The Florida star
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Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: September 28, 1963
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
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System ID: UF00075901:00532
 Related Items
Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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School InsSorvico 13-KO. 2& SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 28, 1963 1 6 CEN .
Bombing Victims Laid To Res Q

Is Rosvmtd r--: ".1 1 ea" FIRE STATION OPEN!

The threat ly angered 'X-

parents of Payne Elementary ;::4j1
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withdraw school their pupils children to won.,s... +oa's r, icon a w.n crwnw wan SU.N.DA y, OCT. 6TI

from the school unless
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bus service was resumed WorriMts Charging! Assault, City's Newest Facility Loca ,
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cane to a happy ending !

I \r Monday when transportation Battery Filtd In St. JohnsST. I DAn ExpaHdUi Are, '';I. ; -

WHS on hand to carry the AUGUSTINE Assault and battery and Dedication ceremoniesfor cated at 25th Stree;,wrrJIII1:

exhibiting deadly warrants were Jacksonville'sNewest wilt .
children to and from a weapon Myrtle Avenue, ;
filed Sept. 19 here by two Jacksonville Fire Station Jo- held on Oct. 6th, at 3

cl MSfS.! klansmen against four local men who were Offers ApologyTo p.m. it was M&etiBced

The protest action oc- beaten, at a nearby Ku Klux Klan rally o n by Mayor Haydon Barns
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cured nearly two weeks September 18. Mrs. COIRS Wednesday.
The four in Wilson and Bessent
klans-- The Fire Station will
ago then parents of the filed charges againstthe
arrested For Name ErrorIt
number--were House an engine companya
Pick t-Dinsmore area were by St. Johns County four local men last has been brought to hook and ladder company

notified that the school Sheriff L.O. Davis and week with Justice of and will be designatedFire
tile attention of the pub-
Peace Marvin Grier.
his deputies after he 18.
bus would be suspendedthe "" "- had received a call to ExeadiOft Due lishers of the Florida Ground was broken for

following week. go to the rally scene. Star that in a story ap. the station Feb. 15. and

This action brought Upon his arrival For Jox Trio pearlng in the Aug. 17 the unit is the first
Sheriff Davis found four new one created since
about series of meet TALLAHASSEE---Three men
a local men severely issue of the Florida Star, 1950. Total cost of the

Ings by the children's ___r h beaten namely Dr. R. convicted of killing a it was erroneously re station including property

parents who became in B. Hayling. advisor to Jacksonville store owner and equipment, is
I ported that Mrs. Goina
censed over the fact that the local NAACP Youth 156000.
!! Council; Clyde Jenkins. during a robbery attemptin was booked on first degree Master of ceremonies at

their children would be James Jackson and James 1960 are slated for murder charges for the dedication will be

forced to walk to and : Hauser. execution, the week of the alleged slaying of Dr. James Greene princi-
The four men were taken pal of James Weldon Johnson -
,fn>school daily along I Oct. 7th, at Raiford State Grant L. Slppio.
to a,local hospital for ..,. ',"., High School. Co- |
\I""'''''' dangerous U.S. 1, many | treatment and arrested Prison. The Florida Star wlshetHo'correct chairmen of the eerecomy
of them talking a dis- I at the scene for assault .. The order calling=> foV ; 'the statement. will be Theodore L. Redding __
miles and battery and later and Joe James. Music
tance of over two the execution and
of Harold report that Mrs.
will be
released on $100 bond provided at the
each way dally. & !. each were Jacksonville Simon, Willie Young and Frances Coins was not arrested James Weldon High School

The parents pointed out Xn..( Y klansmen, DeWitt Springfield Calvin W. Thomas, was nor booked on first Bandand Glee Club.
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1 that on some joints along Lawrence Bessent Attend.
FOLLOWING DELIVERANCE OP TEXT taken from the Holy Scripture, Ihen Jesus came Clarence Wilson and signed by Gov. Farris degree charges. for the axons

the highway, the speed near and saw the city He wept' over it,' three of the four Sunday school pupils Harmond Davis. Bryant. alleged slaying of GrantL. Nat'l Confab i

limit 'was 65-niles-per- victims of the Sunday, Sept. 15th bombing of Sixteenth St. Baptist Church in Their hearing for chang- Slppio. It was another Miss Eartha .
Baby Fowl :
Dour there was an absence Birmingham, Ala. were given their final rest.Top photo left (insetshows ing the sentences to life person, a man bearing the sad Dr. A. Lewis Anderson, I

of school signs and victims. From left'', Carol Denise Addle Mae, Cynthia Dianne and Carol all In Trash Can imprisionment, was declined name of Francis Coins who attended the aaaual convention 1

no school guards stationed of whom were attending Sunday School on the fateful morning. Estimated dam- last December by was so booked and charged. of the National

at dangerous in- age is as yet unknown. Bottom photo shows the children being interred. Rev. Quick work by city police the State Pardon Board. We apologize to Mrs. Bankers' AssociationJoint j

tersections. Ellwanger, a white minister Intoned the scripture. brought about the arrestof Prison officials will fix Goins for the error, convention held
(Photos by Hill's Studio, Birmingham)
It has also been noted_ young un-wed mother the actual day the three which was caumi t ted last week In Atlanta.

that there still remainsan Are of a newborn girl found will be sent to the electric through no mall clou's Intent Keynote speaker was John
Why Miami Officials
absence of school crossing abandoned in a garbage chair. and regret any em- Harvey Wheeler who was iatrodcued a

guards. can.Monday by sanitation'd"l'"rtmentellpl07es. barassment or inconvenience by Cborgia State

Patrolman's. Bullet I Hushing Up Rape Of Girl 15 ? : Gun Mishap the error may Senator Leroy Johnson ,

Adlee Williams, 23. of Kills Youth have caused her during the opening session -
Nets Jail EscapeeJonathan .
By ERIC 0. SIMPSON 734 W. Church St. was ;-'7, * held at Allen Temple

Griffin, 21, Miami citizens will be shocked to learn that a 15-year-old Negro. :identified by police as NAACP Protests Wallace Appearance Here I
whose address is listed "
as girl has reported that she was criminally assaulted by six men
the mother of the child,
that the Jacksonville Branch of
732 I. Church St. isunderg two and four whites. ...".."..............."........ It is reported I
>ing treatment under Negroes and is .charged with an the National Association for the Advancement of I
when this reporter we should investigate tempt to apprehend the .
to commit
attempt first
police guard at the Duval Colored People has protested the September 26 appearance -
sought information from it..That's all I can suspects or to air the

Medical Center for a gunshot the Metro Police Department tell you" Blanton re- case to find out the degree murder. here of Governor George Wallace of Ala-

wound in his left on Aug. 27. he was pi (ed. facts in the nightmarish The young mother confessed bama. The text of the leader reads:
told the case was Will yon tell me the experience the 9 i
to arresting a t-,
thigh. He was shot by an closed that the Medi- name and address of the girl has elated. Honorable Haydon Burns

off-duty policeman when cal Fxaminer reportedhe parents of the girl?" Instead the victim is titers, Detective K.O. Mayor Co HE iss loner

had not found any Blanton shook his head being held in the Youth Helsbeck and L.A. Hamwey 1 Florida
the officer was attempting Jacksonville,
evidence that the girl negatively. There'll bea Hall for delinquents and
that she delivered the
to take him back into had been raped.A hearing on the 23rd. the parents have been "" '. .." .

custody on Test Ashley check with Juvenile (Sept.) You might talk summoned to appear In baby herself at home, and Clifford B. Sheffield, Septeaber 36, 1968

authorities jeilded with the Judge..." And Juvenile Court to answer Placed infant alive, in a 16, of 2136 Lincoln St.,
Street Wednesday.
little information. Negro that was the end of charges of contributingto garbage can in front of Op a Locka, died it: Dear Sir:
Griffin, a city farm Welfare worker Mrs. that. delinquency of their Cloverleaf Hospital witha I
escapee, fled from police Vachti Armbrlster (whomI Finally I located the daughter.The 817 W. Church St. bullet wound in the We, understand that Governor George Wallace -

learned had contact in home of the victim's 15-year-old-girl Gary Solom and George left side of his head. is scheduled to speak in our city OB
custody Monday hile awaiting at 1900 NI 51 who taken from her Police reported that a
the case) informed me parents wx.s Tdtscn, sanitation em- September 28 at the Civic Auditorial The
trial in Municipal she could not discuss it Terrace. A talk with homes by a young Negro reported to poliee- companion was playingwith
previous and referred me to her them revealed that the man she had known reported the gm when It ac- better thinking man of this city feels
Court on a escape
Supervisor PichardDick girl had been 'in that he took her that they found the cryIng cidently went off. that the presence of such an individual is :
charge.Pol ice said Griffin trouble' before In to. a spot behind a baby wrapped in a His companion, whose
( ) Moran. The latter ; not desirable at any time in our community -
had escaped from jail five said he knew nothing fact she had been sent building where four sheet and paper bag when name was not disclosedis
about the reported rapeI to the State School for white men assaulted being held by Juve for his very presence has Inspired
times in the past
year. lifted the lid off
they will
was investigating. Girls and she had given followed by two Negroes, nile authorities and violence where-ever he has'appeared
Detective Seta. P. A.Grnber'aad Moran then took me to birth to a child almost: one of whom was the man the trash receptable in face two charges me for

W.C. Barber Chief probation Officer a year ago. She also bad she left home with. front of lest Church theft of the gun and We need no such symbol in Jacksonville.

said Griffin was recognized Blanton who listened to been the victim of a Citizens in sections of another for the shooting. Tie are requesting that you use every
attack before.It Miami who have beard Street address. Police Indicated that
my story of what I had rape saefe
Patrolman of influence prevent '
by city ounce your
heard and after S onetime is evident that the fragmentary reports of Police were summoned and there were four other '
A.D. Grissom, who was off faintly admitted child may be a delin the alleged rape attack youths in the house at a catastrophic event from occaring here.
Patrolman Johnny Doe
duty; at the time, at about that the case is under quent. But delinquent or are asking why is It the time and witnesses We shudder to envision Jacksonville IB
investigation. notr rape is rape and that this case Is being Freddie Hack took the stated that the other
in the such state of unrest, chaos, and hatred
10 a.* Wednesday; hushed the a
up.They are pointing
'What do you mean there should be a thorough baby girl to the hospital cities of Hosjt-
toO block on Test Ashley 'under investigation'? Investigation and wondering what person or gun at Sheffield snap- as in the case of his own

Street. I asked. "Have any of if necessary a preliminary persons In official In a patrol car. The ping the trigger and gomery, Birmingham and MobilJVery.

the accused men betaken hearing into capacity are Judging mother was taken to Duval laughing when the gun
The detectives said Patrolman into custody and the charges. this case in the privacy' Medical Center, treated went off. trul01K'8,

Grissom shot Griffin of their own offices The shooting occured at
Questioned? But what will shock for childbirth aDd i& Rutledae PearsoaPresident
with a 32 caliber "The girl's story Dade Countalns more Is The reported rape took 1779 NW 152nd Street
sounded so incredible. .. the fact that police officials place since Aug. 23 an4 now being held in the where the boys were baby Jax Branch KAACPL" .
so incredible I thought have made no at- Why all the hush, bosh? ormnty Jail wader charge sitting. !

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PACE: 2 ',' ",:- :: .".::'i i All ))0 FLORID ST Aitp PHPE8S SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 21. U83 : .:r,

THE FLORIDA STAR c'i .'1: Politics As Usual l lBY

i NEWS z. ,,,, ERIC 0. SIMPSON

Published by The Florida Star Publishing Co The political scene in Florida is. to pat

Member of Associated Negro Press"* Ov a'fx >" ji'gffg"1v' l it mildly in a topsy-turvy state. .

'" / .M# The governmental process in the largest

ERIC 0. SIMPSON.............H.* E'itor .- / w. \ ./ ,.1 trv,;,. 4. county. Dade seems to be in a total roses

r: as a result of the Metro type governent .
ALYSON E. WISE...................Km Etittf t ,. with which they have been experimenting

HILDA WOOTEM..C crla iea Maller in recent years. \I'

.x. The big trouble with the Metro type .
MAIN OFFICE & PLANT: : government is that no one' 1

c seems to know where Metro's ,
2323 Moncrief' Road.Phone Elgin 4.6182 .. jurisdiction begins or ends : .

and to complicate matters
; t
Mailing Address: 'JE7 City Manager Reese appearsto

Jacksonville 1 Florida want to run things exact-
P. 0. Box 561, ,
ly his way or not at all. ,

MIAMI OFFICE ..t, '-," ,.,. Then to add pandmonium to SIMPSON IJ 1

i ,, the situation Reese has been waging a
738 NW 3rd Ate. Phone 3111025 / y. ,r cold-war battle-of-nerves diplomacy with

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SUBSCRIPTION RATES -,.:. his threalcs to quit, th a is ore of a

?s disserve to the Dade than it helps.
One Year. $600 Half Year. $4.00 ,
Granted that innovations in government

Mailed to You Anywhere in the United States r iyr + .- take time to get ironed out and running

Subscription payable in Advance 4r smoothly. But it is high time that Dade ,

Send Check or Money Order to: get its government in order because it is

,'S% < costing the tax-payers money--in many j

FLORIDA STAR P. 0. BOX 561 ,a, cases for services they are not getting.On .

Jacksonville 1, Florida 4' the state-wide scene Florida citizens

1A '1 'r1 4 A ': will be faced with voting for or against ,
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7.4 S 5 ;,,, y 't ,. OS three constitutional amendments. They are
u, t follows
Block Sunday Bombing AMENDMENT 1. \

..f .. .. A proposed amendment to Article IV Sections 1
I 2 and 20 of the Constitution of the j

I Stirs Entire Nation STRUCK AGAIN'' IN ALABAMA, FOR ALL THE WORLD TO SEE, MR. PRESIDENT State of Florida providing for the elec-
tion of the Governor Secretary of State

Attorney General Comptroller Treasurer

J Superintendent of Public Instruction and

I The horrible Black Sunday death dealing Commissioner of Agriculture at the 1964 1

church bombing in Birmingham that stirredthe Your Weekly general election for a term of two years '
and thereafter commencing with the general
conscience of the world reverberated election of 1966 for a term of four years

explosively throughout the nation's capi- and providing that the Governor elected at

tal last week. Horoscope Guide the 1964 general election shall be eligi-
ble for re-election to the office the
Echoes of federal concern were heard in
next succeeding term.

the White House where President Kennedy

after getting first hand reports from Negro ly PABLO The ASTROLOGERWHICH A proposed amendment to Article XII of the

leaders named a two man commission to Constitution of the State of Florida by

section to be numbered by the
negotiate a peace between whites and I ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR adding a
Secretary of State, authorizing the issuance -

blacks.It of bonds for capital outlay at institutions -

was heard in the Justice Departmentwhere BUSINESS I LOVE TRAVEL of higher learning, including ::

junior colleges and certain vocational 1
Atty. Gen. Robert Kennedy dispatchedFBI
u- technical schools; pledging certain tax
bomb specialists and investigators to Horn June 22nd thru Oct. 23rd I funds; providing for the use of accumulated
Your poise and other in- Jan..19th-
the scene to aid in the frantic searchfor 21st thru July 22nd surplus to pay for any capital outlay pro -
Born dividual traits endear
As you are definitely
authorized by the Legislature; provid-
the perpetrators of the deed. April 19th The way things are on you to many whose lives loyal and trustworthy, ject providing and dutiesof
ing procedures; powers
It resounded in the halls of Congress the list. Is the way they have been intertwinedwith naturally expect
The persons whose loyalty you the State Board of Education and State
should remain for the But thereare
where many of the nation's legislators and dependabilityhave yours. others to display the Board of Administration.
rest of the month. Your
withstood the test some who put a price same qualities. chile 3.
joined in an indictment of Gov. George mind may be taken up on their friendships and AMENDMENT
of time and life's under this impressionyou A proposed amendment to Article IX of the
Wallace and suggested a national day of vicissitudes should in with interesting hobbiesand attentions which couldbe could reveal your Constitution of the State of Florida'by _"

no be discarded your financial posi- too big a one for you expectations and other the sec-
mourning. way adding a section to be numbered by
t- tion seems satisfactoryin to pay. If you have not information to
even for what may appearto vital that the Outdoor
retary of State providing
J The two-man committee named by the Presi- every respect. But done
yet so, you will not
you the most valid of someone whom you may Recreational Development Council as createdby
to the chasm between there is a grave danger discover; sooner or
. dent to try bridge reasons. Friendshipsthat have had previous cause issue revenue
the 1963 Legislature may
that this state of affairs -
later, that passbook
the white and Negro communities in cannot hold up a to district. Should your bonds revenue certificates or other evi-
may be swept away' showing your savings to
choice of confidant
under few shocks are
Birmingham, consisted of Kenneth C. Royall, by an emotional storm of date is the true friend dences of indebtedness for outdoor rattan
to have been unfortunate -
I not likely to have been prove tion and natural resources conservation and
a native North Carolinian who was Secre- north-while in the first overpowering magnitude.Let that will help you to there is a related facilities providing that the Leg-
no one entice you meet trouble when it ;
tary of the Army and now practices law in place. Make this your into sharing forbidden possibility that you'will islature shall designate the revenue or tax
comes partners not-
be the victim of a
New York and Earl H. Black the former guiding principle and pleasures or putting your r lose their mutual respectand social sources to be deposited in or credited to
you will diminish the betrayal. trust fund for their
the land acquisition
down on what be
money may
West Point football coach. possibility of a breakin affection even thoughthEY' life is stimulated but restric-
falsely described as a differ. payment and many impose
The Presi ?ent"s action was praised by amicable relationsof sure thing. Should you you should avoid the tions.In I
long standing (tst) 3-100-44-18-72-314 company of those whose '
, I seven Negro leaders who mpt ith him later have failed to heed these Duval County, all eyes are on Mayor
A wedding that now takes pastimes and pleasuresdo :
1 admonitions, the first SCORPIO Haydon Burns and Senator John Matthews,
1I to discuss the tense Birmingham situation. with
I place may have a more not meet your
I great impact could be Born Oct. 24th thru since the Florida Supreme Court has ruled
The meeting lasted more than an hour delaying compelling reason behind requirements or high
felt. Nov. 22nd that he could run for the office, despite
it than love alone standards.
Mr. Kennedy's departure for New 840881596841LEO r the fact that was part of the body that ,
be under the
and it could be economic You may .'
9-10-77-18-69-917 voted an increase in pay for the post he
York. (Zed). impression that you have AQUARIUSBorn
seeks to hold.It .
I Significantly after the session the Negro 4-80-"*3-19-4-310 Born July 23rd thru resolved all your problems Jan. 20th thru seems to me that the law states that a
and that all that
22nd Feb. 18th
Aug. member of the legislative group that voteda
leaders drew back from their previous
t remains to be done is to
AURUS Unless you are the one increase could not 'mold" the post
demand. that the President dispatch Federal Born April 20th thru. You may be sitting Sit back and enjoy life. giving the orders in for pay which the raise was voted. Certainly
20thOf pretty or so you believeon bound to be
You are
troops to Birmingham to maintain law and May which case you are not it does nogovernor. t mean Matthews cannot run for .
the 1st. Even though quickly disillusioned
the four quartersthis likely to be unreasonable If by some chance he might win
order. They indicated that they felt the aspects Justify the 'and find yourself faced
is likely to be the you will be expected the big question that will then 00Be up is:
of view that all
mediation should be given a chance. point with a more puzzling
to toe the line. to hold the post?
r most difficult one to is well in your financesand dilemma than could will he be eligible
The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. cope with. You may feelas principal associa- have imagined you to be Fince this is not always The question is not: Can He run? The question -

who spoke for the group said the Presi- if you are sittingon tions rather startling possible. This is the easy for you to da is: Can he hold the post?
top of the world, as under the best of circumstances Meantime, political observers are saying
dent had 'made it clear that the Federal development could changeall day when your behavior
you may very well be. that in the twinklingof should be circumspectand it seems as that Burns will have to get busy mendinghis

Government would not stand idly by and allow But this does not alter an eye. This is the above reproach OJ'when : if you may be the one to fences and putting up some sturdy new

the lives and property and rights of the fact that something day when all precautions you should not fool suffer when you don't. ones if he hopes to carry a good percentage
mysterious is going on Your turn will come and votes.Missing. I
Negro citizens to be trampled." should be taken to safe- yourself into ditching a of Negro
in the camp of your opponents. guard property and your good Job for one that is there already are signs "t
"This is the kind of Federal concern It will not be that it may not be as The Big Point
ideals. It not
high may apt to contain many future -
good news when you allow far off as you fear. You
needed Dr. King said. be a propitious moment disappointments.
yourself to be may be lulled into a In accordance with an old pattern, I
for forms of travel that
the Rev. Fred L.
Another in the group 7-20-88-15-07-728 :
false of
sense securityby
r caught napping (2nd) contain hidden dangers speculation burgeons as to next year'sGOP
Fhuttlesworth. said. "We felt assured by It be time for you some very promising
: may to you and members of the SAGITTARIUSBorn presidential nominee. It is taken
I his statement that he would take all appropriate to abandon unilateral family: circle Nov 23rd thru developments. There are
policies and to join threats to your reputation for granted that the Democrats will
steps to protect the lives of 3-70-55-19-74-375 Dec. 21st
1\\ those who can help you and personal feel- give their winner his second cheese
all citizens." to repel attacks on your VIRGO You start out the month ing of stability whichcan
with enough assurance to become more menacing at the post.
The President's deep personal reaction to integrity or high office Aug. 23rd thru
if or when they Born 22nd see you thrmgh or so when you show open de- It makes for Interesting dise...ioii
the bombing was expressed in a statement Sept. you believe But there .f i sate.
come. and .ent. Has Governor Rockefel
he issued the day after the tragedy He. 2-50-11-13-38-251 Your confidence seems is something in the 7-80331785783 .1 ers following become disillusioned t t
unlimited and the com- background of your life "
said in part PISCES or not? Is Senator Goldwater' C08servatism -
GEMINI ,_ pensation from your that could rise up and _: ? \
"I know I speak on behalf of all 'Americans 21st thru labors apparently better destroy your eQUanImity. Born Feb. 19th thru, an anchor or a bellow Is :

in expressing a deep sense of out- Born June May 21st than satisfactory as you Should you have gotten March= 20thIt the middle-of-the-roadism that led to
turn over the leaf on yourself Involved in an could be that many striking
and grief over the killing of the have allowed Governor Scranton's Roaney's
rage The possibilities for your calendar to mark unconventional adventureor of you Piscians

children yesterday in Birmingham Ala. It the future are very promising off the start of a very something else of a others to sway victory in Michigan what the people

I is regrettable that public disparagement for the Geminians good month But something compromising nature it yonr'jndgement a bit too want or not? Does Governor Scranton alack

who are not afraid of mysterious and disturb- could be exposed and far for your own good. make him '
of law and order has encouraged violence closest of a national image unacceptable
hard work or the hard- ing may creep into your give you plenty of worry Only your mate or

which has fallen on the innocent. ships that they first mind or vicinity giving about until the end of ally should be trusted or. in this age of coMmni-,

"If these cruel and tragic t ents can have .to face. If you yon a new cause for this first quarter. The to act in ycur interestor cation miracles is it easily siitt roat-
start attaching conditions worry. Your personal and people you number among to offer the soundest t
only awaken that city and the state--if to what:,you are financial ties could in your friends or who advice regarding your able?

they can only awaken this entire Nationto -- willing to or not to do. some way pose a problem.The share your affections future and economic pro- So it goes. It is natural and it ?

realization of the folly of racial you are setting up the solution to this may aay also be drawn in to sp cts. You may be involved can be valuable. But it all .!.... ,
main blocks to further 'not be as easily found as everyone' s consternation. far beyond your

injustice and hatred and violence, then progress and economic some may think. (3rd.! 4th). expectations when you the big point. I

it is not too late for all concerned to independence. 4- 0111765491LIBRA 8-10-44-14-74-S14 are in the midst of a Kp fr..dom In your future with t

uni'te in steps toward peaceful progress 6-50- 8-17-eC- 58 CAPRICORNBorn law suit or squabbles U.S. SAVINGS BONDSi'
with Jo-l aws. tt"
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Fashion Show Gateway fleets Legion Seeks c' ;, Schedule Anniversary Fete Sepia i LadiesSchedule i Marriag

Slated Sunday Hew Officers Slate New MembersThe j -;,_ _' __ ,: '... "1< -', __ ., ::; ., .. -J. Tea Licenses p.'

Jacksonville. Post For Oct. 13thThe

By Vogue 60 The Gateway Social and 197 of the American Sepia Ladies Social Edw. S. Bowmen, 1111 W.

In behalf of the anrnal Civic Club during its Legiop is inviting vet- j Club has completed plans 24th St. 23 and Jewel

"Women's Day celebration for their annual anni- Lee Bull. 1154 W. 22nd
recent meeting in the
of all
wars posses -
Vogue 60 will presentan versary tea which will St. .18.Elbert.
home of Mrs. Clara Sin-
*, honorable Postell. SIS
entertaining fashion .ng dis- take place Sunday. Oct.

show Sunday, Sept. 29th gleton, 8141 WaxwingAve. charges from the armed 13 from 4-6 p.m. in A.L. Jefferson St. 42 ad

beginning at 3: 30 p. m. elected its new Lewis YWCA.Featured Emily Gaatt. 515 Jefferson -
services to unite _
in St. James AMF Church with Kw will be RobertC. St. 40.
j Auditorium. slate of officers whichwas the unit. Williams as principalwho Cecil R. Barley.: Atlanta -

followed social will be introducedby Ga 22 and Virginia I.
Participating models by a Membership for 1964 is
xJ Alyson E. Wise. The Scott Laaett
will include J
interlude and the servingof now being accepted. The
Ala. 19.Clayton .
Miss Juanita Prince, Club will make a presentation -
leading hair stylist and a delicious repast. post meets the first and to the Jax Branch Willi.... 619

Elected of the NAACP to Rut ledge W. 4th St. 35 and Annie {
who has studied were: third Fridays at 8 P.JII.
in New York City anda Pearson, President.Mrs. P. Russell, 1111 B r&tt I
Mrs. Clara Singleton, in the Legion Home 2179 E
group of attractive Ruth Paulk will Street. 28. ,
young models who will president; Mrs. Susie Benedict Rd. s Introduce Master of Fdw. T. Sanford 1401 Ii

assist Miss Prince in Ann Carthage, vice presi- Every membership enforces v-q ; Ceremonies Edmund Sneed; Henry St. Mayport. Fla

presentation of. the .. M Mrs. Gloria Holiday will 24 and Sheila L. Parker.
dent; Mrs. E. Cummings, and gives weightto t'
latest in mil a dy' s ANNIVERSARY CELEBRANTSThe La Rosa Ladies Club has completed their second give the welcome address 1992 George St. Atlantic -
ready-to-wear creations. secretaryMrs- Maude Dell the Legion stand in Mrs. Cora Lewis. Beach Fla. 19. :

Allen Clarke will be Hutsontreasurer; Mrs. L its fight to maintain anniversary program which will be observed Sunday Sept. ?9from 4-6 P.M. in response and Mrs. Ruth Gay Grant. 829 W. Daval I

model. He Payne /ME 23rd and Plateau Golden will the St. 55 and Fdith dog-
featured male financial Chapel Church Ets. The club with tl1t largest attendance speak on I
Bailey, sec services to the sick,
is wellknown throughoutthe club's history.The gins. 3215 Phoenix Ave. ,
will receive an attractive award. Members seated from left are: Mrs.
tetary; Mrs. Oca Terrell, disabled in
state having appeared hosl.itals; program's opening 37.
AlvenlCB: McQueen, Mrs. Lillian Wilson, chaplain; Mrs. Lillie Mae Smith, presi-
in the leading chaplainMrs.; Ruby Green, assist widows and or- song will be sung by James B. Wright 5851

churches and auditorium. business and dent; Mrs Catherine Benjamins-assistant secretary; Mrs. /lease Wallace, parliamentarian Mrs. Reatha Paulk. Other Harris Ave. 19 and MaryF.
phans and needy dependents -
Miss Maizie Alvarez and = participants will include Bartley. 1918 Mill
Standing from left: Mrs.JUlie Mae Williams, recording secre
Mrs. Hazel Howard will Mrs. Betty Lipford, re- to obtain pensions : Creek Road, 18.
tary; Mrs. Eppie;: Scott, treasurer; Mrs. manta Sparrow, first vice president;
be the narrators and porter. and compensation for Prayer, Mrs. Annie B. Geo. A. Prime Jr. .

Mrs. Alice Bellamy will Mrs. Sarah Hood, financial secretary; Mrs. Elanor Bowens, Mrs. Leola Graham, Williams; selection, Mrs 1533 W. 6th St. 22/ad,
serve as mistress of Club Plans Event those eligible to receive Reatha Pau lk. selection Joyce Ann Thompson. 'Red-
reporter; .Mrs. Ruby Collins, second vice president; Mrs. Pearlene Smith, Mrs.
ceremonies. the above serves Miss Elizabeth Smith; dick. Fla19..
The Gateway Social and
Other participants will Dorothy; Scott, sinking fund treasurer; and Mrs. Helen Myers, business manager occasion Willie John- Leroy Pelancy Jr. ,

Civic Club is sponsoringa Miami. Fla. 26 and FFM
include Miss Cynthia son; presentation to

Hughes Mrs. Ethel Bracy barbeque party Saturday S. 0 C i all S e.a king the NAACP, Mrs. Orlean J. Davis, 3202 Moeerlef

Mrs. Agnes Walter y p Peacock; selection, Mrs. Rd. 26.Frnest.
Sept. 29 .,!n the .
Willie Motley. Robert Patric Devoe; reading, Brows 239 W.
Rudolph and others. home of.Mrs. Sylvia At last, fall is here! It does not natter that it players Miss Brenda Huey; reading State St. 46 and Marie
;4 .
Mrs. Linda Mitchell, as Bailey 7845 Kings f.oad. was ushered in on the tail of threats of Debra or Members present- included Mildred M. Jackson, Ver- Miss Faulk; collec- Law ton. 239" West State

dean of Hostesses will tion and benediction by Street. 21.
A fabulous prize will as the herald for Edith, because in spite of squallthe mel GJover, Lillian Stuke. Sarah Logan, EugeniH, ; '
appear with Mrs. Fannie Madam A.B. Williams. Arthur P. Jones 1080

Jones and the Brewster be given away and an feeling of being close to nature still exists.It Matthews Julia Wall aceHortense Brewington. Friends, sister organi- Almeda St. 78 and

Mothers. Mrs. Jannie enjoyable time is prom- is Just a matter of time until the hurricane Theora''L Leg&ins.S &. zations and the general Marieta Bryart 1060 1

Crockett is the sponsor will be ... .... .. ..... public are invited. Almeda St. 81.Servicemen's .
ised. The public is in- season past and even between storms we ** ........
and Rev. J.S. Johnson I

host pastor.Mrs. vited.Connoirsseurs. can enjoy the myriad of colors that autumn fea- Dr. I.E. Williams is in New York City for a Party

Alice McIntosh tures. It might be necessary to hike or drive to medical check-up.: He is expected to remain there Servicemen and their guest will be entertained
will be in charge of luring an informal party scheduled for Saturday
Conducting Sept. the outskirts of the city to get a truly beau- for several weeks.
music and prizes which n light. Sept. 28 at 8 p.m. in Arcade Servicemen's

will be awarded to some 28th CookoutFriends t tiAil view of one of fall's portraits, but it will Mrs. Williams accompanied her husband to New J C; Center 743 W. Ashley Street.

of the attendees. and the general be worth it.
York but is expected to return to Jacksonville n EBSBBB HH
Iirbeque Party public are Invited to a ...........................
Saturday. Sept. 29 cook- shortly.
I The Ladies of Knights out which will begin at The Bethune-Benedict football game will be the ttt..tttt.t..tt..t..t..5

Group No. 2 will sponsora 8 p.m. at 1105 W. 12th major attraction the week-end of October 18, but Last Chance!!

barbeque Saturday. St. corner of PayneSt. 1.5 Million In Grants Set For
the Coronation Ball to be held in connection with
Oct. 5 at 2 p.m. at 1410W. under sponsorshipof Brand New 1963 Chevrolets

16th St. Brother J. the Connoirsseurs of the event promises to be the biggest and best Bethune Cookman CollegeDAYTONA

H. Holmes captain arf- Cosmetology BeauticiansUnit ever. The Civic Auditorium will permit guests to BEACH--Bethune-Cookman College may receive CLEARANCE SALEat
nounced. No. 60.

I The general public is An entertainment pro- get a good.view of coronation activities, as wellas an estimated $1.5 million in special cam-
invited gram will be held. provide. ,space for dancers. paign and Ford foundation grants it was announced I

"' I Individuals and organizations interested in par- yesterday. :.55S.. ........................ i
1. Dr. Heald said that THOR CHEVROLET
Initial sources of the
ticipating in the Queen Contest are urged to con-
$1.5 million would bea the grant to help
tact members of the steering committee, Mrs. Iris $50 million campaign strengthen Negro col- I 111 BEACH BLVD, lax. BeachFERRELL

Knox Mrs. Leola Powell and Mrs. Annie Mae Mc- launched at the White leges approved by the

Is it Intosh. House yesterday and a foundation trustees

I properto $15 million grant to 32 will be divided 5
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All members the Southern United colleges Negro Col-in I ... ......,.....................................-....,..................................................................................................m........................................................................,....
were present when Joan Spau]ding entertained -
leges Fund by the Ford
call for Gordon Classy Lassies Bridge Club in its first Foundation.

melting of the season. Bethune-Cookman College DIAMONDSI
by Classy. Lassies' membership roster is comprised president. Dr. I
name Richard esti- ': ': ".:'.:.':.':.':.':.'.:..-.i:..:..:.:.::.::..:..:...
V. Moore ".." ...."......"."...
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in part, of Grace Sykes, Helen ..... ...... ..'....
Toney Dorothy I ................
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? Oliver mated yesterday that :; "."..'"..................................................
in English Pubs Carolyn Washington, Sara Wright., Juanita B-CC could receive as
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Williams, Minnie Gadlin, Alveta Allen Margaret much as $1.5 million as al \'iili: Jllj
a result of the two an-

Mathis, Margaret Starkes, Geneva Henderson, and nouncements. '' "::::::::::::::::::::::f.:::::::::
It's not a matter of being proper. It's ................................
unnecessary. For when, most Englishmen Joan Spaulding, hostess for last week's meeting. President Kennedy gave ................
the $50 million .
ask for Coition's. S.es..seeesott.tt.ttt..t.t campaign's 1 1
gin,they expect to get
all distinctive and (delicate kickoff speechat )
After its dryness -
Leola Powell
and Claudia Burris
were guest play- the White House
flavour have been a part .':':'::::'i::'::'

of English life for 194 years. %;''. ers men Lois Avery entertained Les Elites Bridge explaining that thecampaign's S 1 1
... .. .
:' aim is "to ':::::::a;::
t Americans, however, have .. Club last Friday evening.The 1 1 1 )
help create more trained
been Gordon'sfor
enjoying Durkee Drive home of John and Ruth Parrotprovided educated and qualified r

a somewhat shorter the Negro applicants for L ::::g:'
setting for the enjoyable
span of time. So it is affair. jobs. "

wise(and )to Annie Bell Minatee.president
!, proper spe of the organization, At the same time the
cify Gordon's by name. GO
presided over the business session. $15 million grant to SOLITAIRE
Your first .sip-of a I THREESOME
UNCF colleges by the I
Alvenia Scriven and Marie
Cordon's martini will + McClain were
ationg Feb.sl.nd Md* .nd
Dln7 LLW Ford Foundation was announced Ii, 14K Groom sns.nlbl.. Idol for
tell why it's the big. prize winners. Irma
you LGNDoMDRY Murray, Ann McIntosh, Maxine in New York by D..bl. rsy C..as.sill.

gest selling gin over here GIN Jackson, Vermal McCone, Bernice Henderson, wd Dr. Henry; Heald. foundation AUTHxif mes r/9+1 KJV

as well as in England _.1IW._ ._.yM1_ president.BIRTHS.
and the rest of the world. ... Johnnie H. Mitchell were among members present.
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MOOUCT OF U.$.A.IISTUIBICWMDIY 6100%KOTULSraiT The Lincoln Country; Club was the scene of the

OOTUU/ no cum.so 1t0oF.sotoors wrr en co.iTo.iuioa.1.JL first meeting of Les Gavottes Club. Vtbel Braddock Mr. and Mrs. Elijah

Wells; 1437 E. 23rd V ;: .
i was hosts SSe Street ,1ft
Barbara Robinson and Louvenia Newman were guest Mr. and Mrs. George DINNER RING E' BRIDAL PAIR

i 'Baker; 1824 Wilson St. M&c.d Jl.wmd. fI.ry di.w.sd, I1.bg .
I : .M IS A./s.rv.d qW Ltwiw/ 111 Is IMts1 v.

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Mr. and Mrs. Wallace
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Street; Boy. a1' *. ..!.<*-bv* SAc.ll I. d.al'

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Harris; 4646 MoncriefRd. .
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r Mr. and Mrs. Mathews J Jr
Lampley; 411 Johnson
s Street. ; Boy. OIAMONDR'S
Mr. and Mrsl John L. IIA ORI tRIDALAIR
R.iy dJus..d 111 M.I IA.d d.siz ...-'.
Pinkney 628 W.
Monroe ::
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Street; Boy.
.Mr. and Mrs. Sammie Pay Jvit fl.50 A WmkTh

.. GREEN Richardson; 913 Minnie
&rAMps Street; Boy. r4

Mr. and Mrs. Edward
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t Tripp; 1323 Florida
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Mrs. Berry
; ,. Conv.ni.nt locations
Ulllaes; 7235 Ken MAIN AT MONROE
'" night Dr.; Boy. ELgln 6-8486
... Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel MAIN AT EIGHTHJaehsonuille's !

ftoulhac 5323 Newcomb n s asnFI
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Jones ; 1239 W. 15th Only Jewelry Appliance CenterI

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1\\ .W.-. PresbyterianCNHICR I I ; Cental Woman' Simpson Men St. Augustine Sister Cohen Fountain Chapel PPOIIII OWTUADES

1 MITES To Stoge MissionaryProfran Ceftfcding AnnualFete t Youth Celebrates Presenting Talent AME ChurchMrs. 2122 Mrs.Venus-Mars Mozella Thomas CO nrt. ,

Sunday SundayREV. 10th t BirthdayST. I Show Sept. 30th t L. Daniels, pre- Charlie Bivins. 1036
The United'
Woodlawn West Monroe Street.
Mrs. Bernice Green will sident of the Annie B. :
I Presbyterian Church AUGUSTINE EricR. James Missionary Societyof Mrs. Daisy Reaves, 2041
School at Cleveland and serve as mistress of James of 177 PalmoSt. ; Fountain Chapel AYE .,!' Davis Street.
Woodlawn Roads will begin ceremonies when the ., was the.happy recipient ; Church announced that Oscar Strickland. St.

Sunday, Sept. 29 at of a party honoring b Sunday, Sept. 29 is Augustine.
Central CME
930 a.m. with T.V. women of h.r him on his 10th annual Missionary Day Robert Woods St. Augus

: huger, superintendent Church observe the Missionary birthday last Saturdaywith and she requests that tine.

*Vn charge. All members Sunday, Sept. soire 75 friends at- all members be in attendance Master Eugene Miles Jr. ,

of the church school 29 at 7 p.w. in the tending the event m the a. and bring guests. 1497 West 10th Street. r
from the Juniors through lawn of his home where The public is also in- Mrs. Mary Cowart 5759 \
church auditorium with
the Adult Class are games were played. vited. Sawyer Avenue.

asked to bring their Mrs. A,F.' Frazier as Eric's guests were Sunday School opens at THE RANKING student in James Williams, 127

bibles. All teachers are principal speaker. greeted by his mother, 9:30 a.m. with the his class at Edward South Myrtle Ave.

requested to be on time. Mrs. Poger Plummer and superintendent and Waters College where he Ronald E. Sykes, '1705
I Mrs. Frazier will bt
The Morning worship cousin Miss Jo Ann Clay SISTER R. COHEN teachers in charge. Consecration recently graduated as a West 14th Street.

service begins at 10:55a.m. introduced by Mrs.Jannie who kept the birthday starts at Theology major. Rev. Ben Downing 1537 W.

with the Preparation Cannen. Others taking book. Howard Memorial FirstBorn 11 a.m. Rev. F.W. Jones, George A. Price has Union Street. ,

for Worship, prelude Out of town guests pre: Temple, 1459 11. pastor, requesting that accepted a call to pas- Alfred Mathis, 1757 W.

lighting of part on the program will sent were Rev. and Mrs. Union St. will host a all choirs serve throughout tor at St. Matthew Bap- 16th Street.

candles opening of inclurle: C.L. STOKES T. A. Wright and daughter, the day, along with tist Church. *. 28th and Cleve Burns 3624 Robena

alter bible and the Selection,choir; scrip- The men of Simpson aVon. Rev. Wright is talent show featuringoutstanding the stewardess and Honcrief pH. Rev. Price Street.

I processional. Rev. F. D. Methodist Church will former pastor of the gospel ushers. resides at 62P9 Petti- Mrs. Grace Riley 2527
ture Mrs. Mildred Pear-
Wilson will preach the present their annual family end now residesin groups and individuals Members and friends are ford Drive. Jeanette Street.

sermon. The United and son; prayer, Mrs. Nettie Men's Day observance Gainesville. urged to attend the William Godson 1599
Westminster choirs will Monday night, Sept. nth Rev. R. H. Wilson
service. Swift
Spates; selection, Sunday with the follow- Photographs were taken special 3 p.m. Street.
I support the rite with ing serving as captains. of the guests and ice at 8: 30 0' clock, Sister at 7 p.m. the choirs Mrs. Virginia Harris
Will Lead Annual
C.F. Simmons Jr. at choir; introduction of Samuel Curiton and Lati- cream, cake and confectionaries -' Rosetta Cohen, sponsor will present a 15minutesong I 654 S. Lincoln Court.

the organ. mistress of ceremonies, mer Williams, co cap- and nuts were service. The 7:30 New Bethel RevivalFirst Mrs. Bessie E. Jones,
The United Presbyterian tain. served. Favors were pre- announced. p.m. service will be 1413 Louisiana Street.
Mrs. Mildred Pierce,
youth will meet at 6:00p. Principal speaker for sented by Mrs. H.L Gospel groups and supervised by the youthof New Zion Baptist Thomas Adams 1457

.m. in the Sanctuary of welcome, Mr*. Mary the 11 o'clock morning Twine. Mrs. W.A. Turner, talent who have not already the church"in behalfof Church located at Helena Street.Mrs. .

the church. All youthare Dennis; response, Mrs. service will be Rev. and Mrs. Herman Simmons the Annie B. JamesMissionary Seventh and Davis Sts. Ruthia M. Womack,
asked to attend. been contaeted are 1224 W. 31st Street.
Ledessa Johnson. Charles P. Stokes pas- Happy birthday greeted Society. the Rev. Leroy T. Clayton -
Sunday Sept. 29 at tor of Antioch Baptist the honoree who also invited to appear on the Tuesday's prayer meet- pastor, will hold Lesions Kelsey. 1495 W.
7: 3O.p.m. the Delta Selection, Mrs. Jessie blew at 7:30 25th Street.
out the ing begins p.m.
Church. Augusta Ga. lighted Sister Cohen its annual fall revival
Sigma Theta Sorority Mae Polk; reading: Mrs. Other prominent per- candles.. program class meeting at 8 p.m. October 7-11 Will Byrd 2009 West
will hold its annual Fric received stated Deacon S. V. Choirs will meet for Beaver Street.You .
sons serving on the -
Clemmie Anders; sel- program many use-
I Fall Worship Service in will include: ful gifts and his family Cohen will serve as mass rehearsal Wednesdayat Dort' Have To Go To Town To Get

the Sanctuary of the ection.Mrs. Mary: Neal ey, Thornton W. Everett wishes to express their master of ceremoniesand 7:30 p.m. Love Feast,

Wood 1 am United presby- collection, Mrs. Ann John W. Murrell. Elder appreciation to his many Friday night at 8 0' LOW PRICESOn
terian Church, Clevelandand Robert thoughful friends. Elder Flax HowardIs clock.
Woodlawn Cunnings, Mrs. Fizzle H.M. Barker Carter -
Roads. All
Robert James. Frank host pastor.The Congregations membersare
members are asked to attend Ford; remarks, Mrs. Lois Courtney and others. Sister Thomas urged to visit the
F and bring a friend. public is invited. Your
Tolson, president; remarks Captains are to check Recital SlatedUsher following members who
The public is also in-
and benediction, their respective team are ill: DRUG STORE NEEDSTrade
vited. 'members and see that Board 1 of Grant Districts Plan Mrs. B. Styles and C.
Tuesday, October, 1st W.r. With Your Neighborhood StoreWE
Rev. Flanagan, they have their reports Memorial AME Church.Mrs. Johnson, Arms of Mercy Drug

the United and West pastor. ready. A.B. Marshall president Joint Fete Nursing home 4410 Mon- WILL MELT ANY PRICES ADV. IN YOUR LOCAL PAPBtS.
minster 'choirs will rehearse -
a will present.Sister Fs- crief Road.Modernistic.
Friends and the general
in the Fellowship Calvacade SingersTo We Deliver-We also Fill All Doctor's Prescriptions
public are invited. sie Mae Thomas in recital For Sept. 29th Club
Hall of the church at
Rehearse Friday Rev. J. Reddick is host along with a supporting ,
8-: 00. p.m.Wednesday. pastor. group of singersand District 13 through 36 Dixie Pharmacy
October 2nd Former members and outstanding talent of Second Baptist Completes ProgramThe

the Mid-week prayer ser- those desirous of join- First New lion's Monday night Sept. 30 Church Rev. J.C. Sams Modernistic Social; 1302 Kings Road at Myrtle Avtwe

vice will be conductedin ing the new Calvacade at 8: 30 p. m. in the pastor will hold a joint ,and Savings Club will

the conference room Singers 150-voice choir Cottage PrayerFete church atuiitorium.Appearing anniversary observance celebrate its annual Phones Elgin 5.5 S9l-98

af the' church by Elder are requested to appear on the pro- Sunday September 29 in Musicale-Tea Sunday ------------------------
A. D., Maxey and Deacon for the initial rehearsal the sanctuary of the
Starts MondayFirst gram will be: afternoon Sept. 29 in PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER ANI TEIEPH8HE
Mable Harper at 7:30 p.m Friday night. Deacons Solomon Timmons church at 3 p.m. the home of Mrs. Jessie

On unday October 6th, Sept. 27 at 8 o'clockin New Zion Baptist Levine and Madam Frazier A promising presenta- Myers 123 Oak Street. BILLS AT OUR STilEjou

the Woodlawn, United Brooklyn Missionary Church Seventh and devotions; Mrs. tion is being arrangedfor
Presbyterian Church Baptist Church 2207W. Frazier the occasion. Out-
Davis Sts. will start Quinell intro-
1 School will render a pro 45th St. Prof. F. its cottage prayer ser- ducing Mrs. Ruth Valdez standing civic and religious -
grtmuJn the Sanctuary, of Clifford director personalitieswill
vices Monday as a feA- who will present masterof
church at 7:30 p.m. The announced. ture in connection with ceremonies Willie appear on the pro-
topic under discussion Singers in and around gram. .9nuil d
its Martin '
annual revival ser- ; selections. Excelsior Cordiall'
J will be "What .Church, the Jax area are invitedto vices scheduled Oct. 7 Gospel Singers Chairmen are Deacon / .Are }
School Means To Me." appear with the group Fire Thomas Wilson, generaland .
through the 11th. Heavenly Gospel
iI I This will also be "Pro which are preparing for The prayer services Singers. Mrs. Mary Good Mrs. Alberta J. and Tal t Drive
motion Day.** the first fall calvacade Williams co-chairman: to ge
I ; will be held at noon man. Soul Revivers the
I 1 Have something to say; scheduled for presenta- time Monday through Lattimore Singers Mrs. Program. Mrs. Gertrude New
t .' say it. and stop whenyou've ; tion in Brooklyn MB Friday in the homes! or'the Angelina McBride Henderson Mrs. Alice
) Anderson. Mrs. Rosa L.
done. Church
Sunday. Oct. 20
following Brother Sammy Henderson
: ; Falconal
I Edwards Cleveland Raymond Ford
Monday. Mr. and Mrs. presentation of honoree 1964
I ROYAL ART STUDIO Thomas Graham. 1851 W. Sister Fssie Mae Thomas. and James Moul-
tire. Mrs. Madie Jones FORD
22nd St. ; Tuesday Mr. Hostesses will be: SOVTHSIDE
515 DAVIS STREET secretary: finance Dea-
and Mrs. Hallie Williams Mrs. Mary Simmons Mrs.
con Willie Sanders and
.' Qrd r Now at Reduced Prices 726 Court P. Blodgett Pearline Hayward Mrs. Deacon Curtis P. Smith. 5303 BEACH BLVD.
Homes; Wednesday. Mr. Bessie Ray Mrs. Mae
PHOTO CARDS Pastorial contact; Dea-
and Mrs. A. Wallace Collins Miss Maggie
cons Theodore Johnson,
I ladmtoals-Fwilj 6rodpsClnhsBLACK 928 Madison St. ; Thursday Kellen. Mrs. Claudia
Mr and Mrs Mit- Robert Givens Morgan
Monroe. Mrs. Jessie B. Cummings David Round-
chell Williams.
\ .. Hester Mrs. Margaret tree James Tremble and
\ SEPIATONE Illinois St. ; Friday. Johnson, Mrs. Minnie L. E.J. Houltire.

Mr and Mrs. B.T. Wright Terry Mrs. Alvenice Mrs. GivingTo

Quality PhotographsCHURCHESWEDB1H&SSOCIUS 502 W. 18th Street.Rev. McQueen Mrs. AliceBellaayMrs. '

'i Mary Kirby UndergoSurgery
R.H. Wilson, pastor -
Miss Jenny Lee. Bryant In Pa.Mrs. /
of Bethel Institutional -
Dial EL 41894KEN Baptist Church Mrs. Lua Bell Carter Robert Livings of 830 Cauat
and Miss Corine Young. a
716 Spearing Street
and a national officer. -
The public is invited. 1824 W. kars
will enter Wills Eye
ry.J with the National Baptist -
Rev. T.S. Johnson is
Hospital in Philadelphia
Convention of : uunMn nsrvex
host pastor. Pa..Oct. 5th to undergo
1 America who has con-

ducted evangelistical Fla. Singers Assn. surgery. ,
,4 meetings throughout the She is the wife of Dea- .'-\..-.n..o.'T, ._..____--.,.."_:._\T"_'""It. :::". .'._- __ '-c

nation, will be evangelist Schedules Sunday con Robert Givings, the
for this year'sOct. leader of District 13, Where You See Both Sides of the Meat You Buy
Night i t Musical I e
7-11 revival at Second Baptist Church.
First New Zion. The Florida Singers As- She is a member of the FLA.

Rev. Leroy T. Clayton sociation will present a-* above mentioned! churchand PICNICS
musical featuring out RSALB.
is host pastor.Saturday serves as treasurerof
standing gospel groups the district.
and individual talent
Event Friends may contactMrs.
Sunday night Sept. 29, Livings at 1643

The Riveria Social and; at 9 0' clock in Mt. Avin Street, Philadelphia C

Civic Club are sponsor- Ararat Baptist Church's where she Is 29 25C
Educational Building. *
ing a barn dance and visiting her son M. Gil-
whist party Saturday Featured will be the Ison. .

night, Sept. 28 at 1715W. Starlights Mrs. Mary', Grace Baptist
31st St. Plenty of Goodman, BSA Singers,

i entertainment and refreshments Sonny Rose, Gospel Cru- Plans AppreciationProgram FRESH CAUGHT SLICED OR SLAB ;

are promisedand s seders Voices of

the public is in- Jerusalem and Gateway SundayChoir

vi ted. Singers, respectively. 1 of Grace Bap- MULLET BACON I ILB.

tist Church, E. 21st and '

( ( Jones Eta.. will present '

i,; an appreciation program 00
KNIGHT MAGIC TREFOIL for Mrs. Victoria Breaker 1

PAGEANT Anderson and Deacon Sunday 3.Sept... IOc 3 IBS.

Invites You To Listen To- UK tajttc,I fetay 8f Tfc Girl Sctits #'church 29 at tUldi'8 p.torim.a. in the CHUCK STEAKS PEl L. 49

"HYMN TIME" SUldaySeleliber Mrs.of Breaker choir 1 is and president Dea-- T-BOHE STEAKS PR i. 69c

29th con Anderson is the
church's senior deacon.A 'Ea LI.

: -Starting At -af 3:00 p.m. well rounded pro gran ROUND STEAKS 69
:,= will be presented featuring PEt u.

Mrs. Mary Healy FRESH GROUND CHUCK u/49
L ... ".-9:45 10:00 p.m. PI UC Weke.e 25$ per ptrsoi as guest soloist. m

6:' **.k Nightly Billy E. Beal is program SHOULDER ROAST . . . PEft U. SSe w wael
: Jacksonville Coliseum chairman and

;=13100 WftHC 1400 ( ( organist and Rev B.P. Tfct 1ft Sfefi 01
Brown is boat pastor. 11iP! lIlT TV Clint.. 4j7 J

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Emanuel Assn.The Is Convening. At t West Friendship Mother Midway -
Ministers' and LIVE IN MAIBS
Friendship Baptist secretary; Rev. R.B. AME Church NEW YHK UIIS
\ Deacons' Union and the GUARANTEED
Church, Rev. R.L. Wilson Williams, corresponding THE SPORTS The Senior Missionary N.Y. LIVE-IN
Missionary Society MAID Jobs.
host pastor. secretary; Rev. S.A. Department of Mother $35-$55 wk. To $65 wt.-Jobs Waiting
Auxiliary to the Emanuel f
Other officers Thomas treasurer Rev. Pare Advanced.
in attendance ; Mallory !
Progressive Association. Midway AME Church will Tickets Sent-*** Agey.
in addition to Tony Weal missionary OBSERVER observe Agency, 576 tierrick Rd.,
Missionary rites
Smith, presi-
Rev' W.N.
and Deacon 210 Post Ave-W stbul7 WfComparelil
Revs..Smith and Johnsonare C.R. Smith, .
dent, and Rev. J. W. Sunday Sept. 29th at Lvnbrook N.t.
Johnson moderator are Rev. J.H. Jackson, district superintendent. By ABRAM L. ANDERSCM 11 a.m. with outstanding

vice president;: Deacon youth talent of the
convening Sept. 25th city
K.P Williams * *
through the 29th in West Don Dlckson Quits Robins serving on the program.
Rev. Leroy Young son
of Rev. J. w. Young pas-
Den Dickson, a standout defensive lineman of the
of Mt. Zion
Last Chancel!
Jacksonville Robins has quit in disgust. He states Church Hastings, pre-

SUPERIOR MEATS that the Negro players: on the team are the last sently sophomore a member class of the at Brand New 1963 ChevreWs \\t.

I to be paid In salary, room and board, and miscellaneous Edward Waters College, -

"Where Ton Get 18-Os. to the Pound" exptnses on roag.trips, and the manage- will be principal speake CLEARANCE SALE "

\ 1780 WEST BEAVER STREET VIADUCT,TURN LEFT on the program.The .
sent doesn'.t want to tate them on road trips to
-+ IN -The FARMER'S MARKET annual Women's Day at !
Tennessee and Alabama where they are not permittedto
kickoff viol be observed I
I TURN LEFT AT STEER JtOOM WHEN ENTERING MARKET play. Prom the bench these players, can obtain during the service with THOR CHEVROLET

valuable information about Mrs. H.M. Anderson serving i
plays and players that r

could be used when Alabama and Tennessee come to_ and as Mrs.general Josephine chairman 111 BEACH BLVD., Jai. Black

PICNICSLB. Jacksonville. Thomas as co chairmau.

Bob Hayes, The World's Fastest Human broke a The Junior Choir and
Ushers will serve duringthe
world record by running a semifinal heat of the 11 a.m. service and WHEN YOU ARE ILL

ARMOUR'S LEAN WESTERN 'oo 100-yard dash over the rubberized Macadam track in also at 6:30 p.m.

PORK CHOPS 31'1 9.1 seconds .in the. AAU championship meet in St. Districts Slate I You When Your Seek Doctor The Best Prescribes Doctor

Louis in June. Hayes, who happens to be a good Joint Program Get Experienced Pharmacists) !

football player, is in his last year at PAMU. Districts 13 through 24 .According to Your Doctors ,

Before the 100-yard dash, he and Ray Saddler, a of Second Baptist Church Orders..We Use Only The Beet
will observe their vari- Dr. C. F. Black i
junior Quarter-miler at. Texas Southern had been Proprietor Quality Drugs I
ous anniversaries in a
IT PAYS TO DEAL WITHDAVIS approached by officials of the Southern California joint service Sunday

Striders coached by Chuch Coker, who wanted both afternoon at 3 o'clock. 3 REGISTERED PHARMACISTS TO SERVE YOU -

FURNITURE The program committeehas A COMPLETE LINE OP
to transfer to Los Angeles: State College and, in arranged an excel-

the off-season, run for the Striders. This prac- lent presentstion for Cosmetics Rubber Goods Candies Sundries i

tice of raiding Is unethical. Bob said no as a i
Among those scheduledto
good Rattler would but Saddler said he would entertain appear on the programare
the Idea. Rev. J.L. Hall Mrs. Drug
Adnes Jackson, Mrs. Al-
Over 317,000 loyal fans came to the openings of lie Faye Maxwellneacons
have heat when need it with 1907 KINGS ROAD EL
you 44th National Football League. Seven contests were David Roundtree L.F. .. 3.821&I

A peRFECT/eN PORTABLE HEATERS played. The Green Bay Packers were upset by the Bryant F. Hilton PercyC. I!
Kelly, Albert Harris
Perfection Portable Heaters are the Economical: 10.12 hours improved Chicago Bears 10-7 and the New York R.J.
"old reliables". that have been fur. heat on one gallon. kcro- Thomas Williams,
mashing safe, quick, clean heat Giants came from behind to defeat the Baltimore Moultire Farl West and
Safe: Underwriters' Laboratories
whenever and wherever it was
and H.B. Coleman.
needed since 1888. More than 14 Listed. Colts 37-28. Y. A. Tittle, The BaI Eagle' was in Jospeh
million sold. Have saved thousands Portable: No wires, no The Belle Waters Choir
fuel connections.Ideal full command of the Giants'
offense. Bobby Mitchell -
of lives during floods, storms ca for shops, cabins, and members of a senior
tastrophic add-on rooms farm use. of the Washington Redskins scored on a 99 usher board will serve.

etc. yard and Abe Woodson Deacon Thomas J. Wilson
run tallied on a 103 yard

r i BUY NOW!1 1i kick-off return. 'n1P 44th orening of the NFL saw is the Mrs.general Gertrude chairmanand Henderson A e

many spectacular performances and there is more is chairman of the

1 .' to come. program committee.
t priced as low as

x And the second week of the season was highlightedas APARTMENT FOR RENT

''i $15.95 it : Jimmy Brown wrecked the Dallas Cowboys with 71 Apartment B for rent.

i easy terms and 62 yard. touchdown runs and 232 yards gainedin 4 roans and Bath. !

.........:........ ) '. rushing as he ,led the Cleveland Browns to a $11.50 wkly. call Thurs.fiSundayPO84210
; '
r.; 41-24 National Football League victory the Jw CIMIs -

Varttty of mo4I to who rolled up all but 33 yards of Cle- gout nr.tf M-=
Brown, ,
choose boa cats lJalcOD .Mn ewi rMags -
veland's ground game total, put his two-game .-...,-....., .__..... ors MRS

totals at 394 yards rushing and five touchdowns 48'
f Arthur Ashe Jr. of Richmond, Va., the first Negroto &
i play In a Davis Cup match for the United States TO MEASURE SUITS w

outclassed Orlando Bracammte, 6-1, 6-1, 60 as the "AN EXTREMELY FUNNY ABRASIVE, AND
United States completed a 5-0 tennis sweep over -rrrrronr..su.aw

Venezuela in the Davis Cup American Zone finals In TAILOR "RECOMMENDED WITHOUT RESERVATION
Denver, Colorado.The ,. I Iw
Expert AlterationsDry ro c I'fHT

Los Angeles Dodgers will outlast the red hot cllildr."undll'II yurt of
CleaningOne "5e wlI not be ed"rttedund.r I i
5 Err
OWN St. Louis Cardinals. Sandy Koufax and Perrnnoski any Clrcumstlntes. II
Dar Service
will be the big difference this year. Walt Alston
.l1y.rs Phone EL 3-7210 Shelly Winters R d by DM
. cannot stay with a 1962 repeat performance.

TV alIISTAND Prentice Guatt, the fullback for the St. Louis 612 Broad St. starting Sunday at the i

. Cardinals of the National Football League, remain Jacksonville, Fla.
today in a Dallas hospital, where he was taken III!

after being Injured in last weekend's game with I I

" the Dallas Cowboys. i

< OUatt was carried from the field shortly before BEAVER STREET SEAFOODS i:

the end of the first half.
.. Headquarter for the Fwd and Freshest Seafood Available !

IAWWi! .
Neither Storm Nor Hail Nor Hurricane Bothers Us.W Have

1 Plenty Flinty Fish at Ridiculous Prices_Thi Quality It I ItTJwrtComt I

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young v LOBSTERS Each $119 From 1M Busted o.a III 1M s..u

Imo.Sep- A Few 1 V4 Lb. $139 SMOKED MULLET z.m.5k: i

Lire Maine Lobsters Each SMOKED KING MACKEREL LI. 51c

; H- .. .,... ? 1, yawl L$.sails LOBSTERS LL 6Se: Smoked SPANISH MACKER .u..51c

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top-performing 19' portable! I t- LOBSTER AUIYING now TAILS AHALACtCICOI.A LL 'I" SMOKED SHAD FI'Ll.m LL SIc

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tHlyt Shrtm. IIr"-. lIP o4 seeav. It. IcfoedI lb o..a8ft.
, luepe their pPw eontlllZI -.
Town & Country is the very picture of ..- .... x SHRIf/ rwN NsADttu all DlwLB 4ge PICcL
_I jSm.rtness...sets new highs in Styli and per.rormance :!S 1. .
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Volume control and Illuminated'! Channel. SHRIMP SIZE LB. 19c u'tT
dicator.Hideaway Handle!Top End Tuning. i t, r TURBO CRIB CLAWS fL. 79c
built-in anttnna. Town& Country,world's OCEAN L8.

finest high-performance rush caw cue MIAT, LL ............1.11
portable TV.1rs'Ours for $5.00 .IWI DOLLAR SALE nOM WMm C&AI NUT LL ... ......SI.JJ
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DAINTY unu LOUTH TAILS, LL .......$1.1.
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Parents have as much fun as ...,0tW v..A.tlae# 'fe'Ct+ae..i.-.AR MID 111 ID BASS LL .....................
fun ....... Doeea.4....W Ce.rp InCH UUCJfT rLOUNDH.. U. f.45.
CO youngsters today..and, naturally
includes PepslI Nothing drenches your REFRIGERATED TRUCK FROM BOSTON MASS... 3 US.$1.00

thirst like a cold.Inviting Pepsi. rton rtoxcM
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Beauty Clinic x scores HIT WITH miamians Charges Youth 18 RobbtdBy

Gave WrongInformation QtriNttt

Seven hundred aad :
OPA LOCKA -- Louis
seventy-five dollars was I
Roberts 17, of 14350 NW
taken from the Qreetf: s
22ad Avenue told police
roan ing house 7000 NW
that he had been shot
} f 21st Avenue this week.
.E In.X: by a car load of white
c t.. 4 tr The rooming house
youths, but he later
manager David Ha*+ ptoa.
t told the true story and
r 27 of 1537 NW 51st tit
was charged with giving V
F 1 reported to police that {
false information to
c cr a man came to the door \.
Opa Locka police.It .
and asked for a person
A is reported by Police t
ij ; named Ben who was sup :
Ak s T Chief Hurbert Chas- ,
pose to be in one of the \
tain that Roberts was I
r rooms. He. (Hampton),
hit by a shot from a .22
checked the rooms and ,

by calibre Samuel revolver Smith. 22.held of returned to the door
I '. 'i the subject then pointeda
14181 NW 24th Avenue.
chrom pistol and
.i. ; He (Smith) told police
stated This is stick-
the gun accidentally '
up. The manager then
discharged at his home.
opened the door aad was
i Smith. Roberts.and
ti. .aka followed by 3 other males \
another youth present at
y } and one female; all Ne- !
the h one. said that they
groes. He was then re-
lied about the "car
leived of his billfold
d 6 s load of white boys" ,
taken to an empty room
x z and that they had made
and tied.Each
A It up to cover up the
room was checked, ;
accidental shooting.
the occupants ordered
% Roberts was wounded
:Fax i 8v Fr into the hall where
the left leg and was reported -
valuables and money' were
to be in satisfactory -
r taken totaling $775. An
condition at
: automohile used la the
I Jackson Memorial
robbery was recovered
d that morning by policeat

ix uz Rape Suspects NW 69th Terrace and
21st Court. None of the

Enters Not suspects have been ap-

# 4 Giilty PleasA

A Y .f jury trial has been Help WoNttd
: set for November 12 in

the case of Boast LasterJr. }

? ., 19, of 709 SW Lucy Miami EditionFlorida I

Street, and Reid H. I.
i -: Bryant 21, 1255 SW Star ?:;'

Redland Road, both accused -
of raping a 19 needs
',,' year old South Dade News Men
t housewife.The .
two were charged (who can write)

: with hitting the woman' "
u vr husband over the head Distributors

with a rock and attacking -

her near a rockpit Ad Salesmen
where she and her hus-

:- band were reported commis s io n-dr&*

f parked off Redland Road
y near sr 354th Street in Newsboys Agents

Florida City on July

-: A ( F \ 2pth.Slashing Suspect
't. i H1 f' For 4.

Plead InnocentFour .
'0 ,. .l

w. :1I r YI:4 .,, with assault Negroes with charged intent Ft. Lauderdale

{ \ to commit murder, Columnist

.;, pleaded innocent to the
t Distributors
! charge and a new trial
1 "" date was set for October
I Write for M details

.. 14.Grady Walters. 42. said ,
"r. -:, that he argued with Miami-F a. Star

:; ..1'J Robert Seymour in the
.. 0" x Cutler Fidge Shopping 738 NW Third Ave.

I Center about blockingthe Phone 377-1025 \
Watch This Clows sidewalk.

i Running into EDsey (Sea Pan 11)) NOW APPEARING AT
1 i
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.... Edward Waters
iIf College Dizzy Jones Birdland2nd

A Four Year College

UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE Ave at 7fh St., MiamiAnd


Ys r "CONTINENTALS" Swingiiif Iusdt

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: ; MIRIAM J. 0' 6RHN- F .AUTT CLINT( recently held at the Sir John Hotel Knight Beat, where many Prni4..t Jacksonville 9, Florida

beaut an,: oossetology technicians were present representing both national and local Outstanding Faculty

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clinic presented keen competition between the cosseting beauticians' hair style creations. The Beautiful Surroundings J

;!! judge decision: winners were 1st prize Bernice Brown; Ttwaie Domis end Donald: Peters, 2nd .Bachelor of Science Degree

and 3rd prizes. Both Prrsulan representatives.

i\Top!\ photo: from left N.H. Bonner, NrtionaJ Public Relations Director tor Persul
Beauty Products;

Jerry Brown, Kathy Scott., Bernice Bron.J Mary Moor, Tosanie Dines, Altamaese Robinson, Bill Simons PHYSICAL EDUCATION BUTTER IAU DIZZY JONESM.C.

'".. r.Ella, Concur, Virginia Gollnan, Johnnie Mae Parris, Barbara Bailey: Mary Kate Wilson, Isoleae King ENGLISH BUSINESS EDUCATIONS Extraordinary Sensational Entertainer

Extra Added Attraction
Edwin Williams. Ray UcDuffey, Julia Neal, P.ocbelIf'Reed, Zelenna Payton, Luella Mobley, Evelyn

.Taylor. Luella Clark, Alice Allen SOCIAL, SCIENCE o GEt-I.ERALSCIENCE
and Marvine rf.rtledge. Lower left: Altaaese Robinson and Tonal

Dunis, Beautician and Model. L. right; demonstrators Laura Hillyard and Bill Simmons, Dean of MINOR CONCENTRATIONS TMe

Persulan.. (Al Crawf crd Photos)_ BIOLOGY MATHEMATICSTERMINAL



'..r.. Gladys E. ICtn c.b en, S.W. 170th Terr., Perrine. Henry Tillman 436 NW 6th Infant Hayes of 365 NWUto

Ml 5th Ave. Sept. Sept. W. He is survived street died Sept. 22rd at 8th Street died Sept. 22nd Excellent.. Facilities

19;:;:Survivors are husband, by his parents, Mr. & Mrs. Jackson Memorial Hosp. He She. is survived by herdibber

tus ; and, mother 1 brother 2 sisHenry brothers.A. Patterson; 2 *George* survived Tillman.by a son, .parents.Hayes. Mr. Mrs. James Your Passport to Better Living Starsrl 1

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I! Miamians' Stage Mammouth. Memorial I March

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IN AN IMPRESSIVE display of biracial unity, more

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f 'lr: U ;;7" f than 2.000 mourners age
paraded dam Miami's main thoroughfares last Sunday -

y t ir afternoon in a memorial to the six victims
"t ", .... ,", .=- !
.- ",' .' k killed during a Birmingham church bombing nearlytwo
:; ," ,,
I. weeks ago.Led by Dr. J.O. Brown and religiousand

S t : civic leaders of various denominations, the

I silent mourners proceeded to Greater Bethel AME

Ii i Church to hear Mayor Robert King High, Commissioners I

Joseph DuMond Sidney Areavitz and

1 t .t >r A. other leaders bemoan: the breakdown in racial met -
J .
t munications which resulted in the tragic ojeureaee.

Commissioner Alice Wainright also participated in

.i the March. Rev. Theodore Gibson (Insert) is seen
P ;
addressing marchers.
Al Crawford Photos)

Church Of The Richardson Funeral Home Heroines Observe Annual Fete Miami Deaths

I Funeral services for ,'.. 7j1r '--1' BAIN'S ALBERT
Incarnation Episcopal I FUNERAL HOME I H6USE OF
Wallace Pope of 376 NW .
Mrs. Rosa Scott Wheeler Mrs. Loett DtI1iels, 12015SW
The Sacred Hecrt nmp- 16th Terrace, who died at
ter of. the rpiscopal 112 SW 3rd Court, Home- 217th St. Goulds, wife
his home on Sept. 18,1963. ,
Church Church of the sr-ad died Sept. 13 at the of Rev. A.ft Deniels and
were held Tuesday Sept. '.. .
Incarnation is
sponsoring ,
: family residence. Phe is mother of 3 sons and 5.
their annual fall 24, at Mt. Camel Baptist

concert. Sunday, Sept.- ,_j Church. DA.tJBttfotly. R survived by her husband daughters, died in Chris-
29th at the church. cYr3 and 1 brother. tian Hosp. Sept. 23. Other .
'' officiated. He survived
Ou est :
organist is ..tt....... survivors are Mother, 2
Charles Jones, music by a wife, Mrs. Liz/.ie H. Mrs. Elizabeth Singletonof
instructor at North sister and 1 brother. Services -
Pope and four daughters of 14101 Madison
Dade JrFr; High will be held Sept.
v: School Miami. Richnond HeightsSatur -
1 ,. 28 at 1:36 p.m. at Mora .
day Sept. 14 at the Kt.:
ing Star Sept. Church,
YN Siani Hosp. following a
Princeton.Mrs. .

long period of illness. Jamie Mae Major,

: y Ehe is survived by ber 2465 NW' WOth St. Sept.

I' MYa.'V+ husband, Iamb Singleton, 23. Survivors are her husband -

: .br' Mother, Mrs. Ella Heays 2 sons, 1 daughter,

c 5 sisters aid Ibrother. 4 brothers and 5 sisters.
Funeral service &re set ..............
-- 4. ,.. Sa tu rday. Mrs. Irene )Brow, 094 NW

ANNIVERSARY TEA---The light of the South Council No.. 15. Herione of Jericho held their 17th annual .......... 6th Terr. Hall aad ale.amrivor .

tea Sunday at the Masonic Temple, 941 NW 3rd Avenue. Standing from left to right front row are: Infant Debris Light Kim include 2 9M(
i iRevs.
x Rose Flint, C.H. Hargrett, Millie C. Roll, Faustina Horton, Jinnie Hargrett, Johnnie Mae Hill, < P.ih Wre wa and I.T.
of House No. R .10: South

t Ethel Johnson. "i .E. Rolle, Elvira Lester, Rebecca. ''Wall'I, ec. Rear from left; Lorraine Helber, Estella Dade Labor Cusp Hcestrtid .Brow. 2 davghters, 5 :I

tJf Season Carrie Aranolle, Zeke Brady. Lillirn Dean, 1f.P. Woods ana ? igene Tynes. Sept. 11, 1963 at brothers 5 sister tad a

(STAR photo by Jimmie Satterwhite) the Christian Hosp. Servitors 11'.....
Jf .
Judge Ben Sheppard Installs Hew Providence Christian ProgramSet include her pwients Mr*. Jeanie L *"*J.toeh. i iI I
Mr. & Mrs Leroy Light-
Baptist ChurchMissionary For 5429 SW 2tb St. West J JI
SundayThe I.
YWCA Council OfficersThe burn. Graveside serviceswere
Hollywood Sept. 1\. She
"Christian Fducat -
ion Sunday" is held Tuesday. Sept. is Mrvivtd+ bjr her husband
September meetingof the Council are: to develop The ministers and Deacons -
the nade County Coun- and maintain con- Union will meet at set for this Sunday at 17, at the Paradise Me- Willie; 1 daughter. and 4

cil for Youth was heldon ditions favorable to the Jordan Grove Baptist the Grace Presbyterian nnrial Gardens. POT*. i
Tuesday evening the moral and physical Church 6895 NW 14th
5946 NW 12th
: -:; Sept 17th at the North- welfare of youth; to Avenue. All of the Avenue. Pev. W. F. Savoy 1 I.t ) ) I !
west YFCX Center. Judge further awaken the Dade Pastor. During the morn- i
a ladies are expected to There's No Charge
i service the Church I 'f I IIt's
Ben J. Sheppard was on County citizens to the be present at Saturday t
hand to install the problems of its youth.To morning's Consercratlon Sunday School staff will
newly elected officers. help guide the Coun- be re-dedicated and a
Hour at 8 o'clock.
Jj Officers for the year cil program the follow- Brother Ezekel Farrow fine program is plannedfor Free I i ii i

I i y.a i 1963-64 include: Mrs. ing persons were appointed has been called into the children's work. *'wI

C Mamie V. Gill.vresident; to serve as com- the ministery., Fe will At the evening servicethe

j ai Walter Anders vice pre- mittee chairman: Mrs. preach his trial serron staff will presenta ..11.UV jo .l1lJ 8.1OJ8tI llaa gep8W
\ 0 sident; Mrs. Frances Joshua Wells membership; special program. Iu-
Tuesday evening October as 1Hf1 aoJaieg 1W Jo; see41'fnp
Miller recording secretary Mrs. Marie Price finance 6th Brother Farrow is vitations are extendedto
; Mrs Dorothy Port- Mrs. Elizabeth Espy Curtis all members and g o3 6 H..IJ fftf-ue 11110 1..t3Yfd
':' ,;, also president of the
,.,' > iJ:, .. friends.
!1: lock corresponding sec director of projects NO. 1 choir. 'su '3NJ!! V&UL WIT8OJ QN(

.A iJ = '. .:o:: :.. ;;:,, retary; Vrs! : Marie Price ; Mrs. Clara Love Tickets are on sale for Commendations and great- 1I.1J1Jl1V [ r9slmi2o1d
,. It1" ..' ,, treasurer and Miss Marie holiday parties and Mrs. No. to ful thanks are composed
; .. 'C.q 2 choir's concert
., ;: :...
: + :
"' White chaplain.The Carolyn Holland public to J. D. Daniel superintendent / tiw.taaTuW I81et1bW1 /saop mot.sditmeLe1a
be held at Dade County
THIS BEER is for pleasant living People on the Council is nonsectarian relations.The Auditorium September Harold Hlggs. AH .1&01 tpdsJlo1etkl aL !

go..people who care about quality. .eo for and nonpoliticaland public is urged to 29. and can be purchased chairman of the Anniversary -
let dv12&Io 1 11 pss ttJA ell
National Beer. Have the taste of pleasant living has for its "major support the Dade County :0 I at the church from choir week in November
purpose, the general Council For Youth by mesbers and from Dade Mrs. Ursula Higgs and awl ciag oejeoeM acid
have a National Beer. Premium quality always, welfare of dade and to all committees a embers .
County membership partici- County Auditorium. 'serif MJfP8'' EI sa .K
popular prices everywhere. Youth. The objectives of pation in its efforts. Rememher the sick and and friends who
I are helping to make this RM-LL& aouWd NY Pat AM IlL
those that are grieved
{; .... Im a taste it Picas*! L'nrisg PHONE FR 7.2294 'over lost of their loved celebration a memorable oi.eaaM J.I.ltI .!o peM htI
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success. eoJ1BIU1J.1O1It:>> 'WIIN'IID
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J attended a Presbytery 1'T 1 etA eIcaineT4
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i": Spotlight i t Product t i MIAMI Clifford B. Sheffield, meeting at the Lake .JO .aN 8uTlfeMad i2aaa3wgr
Conference Cen-
Dinners Parties Weddings Pail port* Placid
1 2136 Lincoln St.,0pa &J.IVttO et w, aelg3I
Olwi 1"'jk-iii. i* 8 I-.m. ter. Emphasized at this
.J Of The WeekWMBM. IDet.,sept. 20. Survivors conference was the Importance 1V 1001 DOl ft. -

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Join A & M Student Body Bethune Cookman Children'sHome
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iy' DAITONA BEACH-The sum of $55.748 has been divided

3j 1 j 3 Social Not. look AccredHion Changes'' ..... .., between Bethune-Cbckean College and the Sarah Hunt HAMPTON INSTITUTE

J Va. In effort to
Given Principals an
Talk in the social news 'is centered around the Methodist Children Home
according to the terns get more power and experience -
caning dance Be sponsored by the Illustrious
WHICH WILL .. F. Combs, specialistIn of a former Daytonan will. ................... in the Hi backfield -
J Commandress, the Nobles of the Mystic
Secondary Education, .1. The In the form coach Bea Whaley
\ Shrine and Daughters of Isis at the Dade Street x money to catch a $25. 000 offer -
State Department of Edu- cf government bonds and switched Johney Boykin
Center. This affair is destined to be a most from the Kendall
cation, discussed with cash came from the back to halfback, aad
colorful affair and one of the best during the Fund Chicago.
the principals at the half million dollar the move has been paying
seasons. .The Donkeys and the Princesses of Omar With the $50,000 then
regular monthly meetingnew \ estate left by W.W. off in handsome divi
available Dr. Moore
will get together on Tuesday night September 24
Information on accreditation Marshall, who died In dends.
for a whist party. The community is waiting to see said, two new cottages
of high 1944 in Hardwick, Vt. Len SIIi th,a 200 poundernow
will be built at the
the princesses in their new fez. ...Mrs Mary Baker
schools. i Marshall left his with the sole
home, which is responsibility -
is head of the Princesses. There will be four spon-
estate In the care of sored by the Methodist of the
Charles Wynder. Alpha Phi Omega fraternityprexy classifications for accreditation -
WI:fe,Della N. Marshall, Church. fullback spot resting on
married to Miss
was Carrie Broxton.He standards of "
who acted as trusteeand his broad shoulders has
hails fro; Hampton, Virginia and is a ,high schools throughoutthe Ii
executrix, until Education Offsets respoaded WIth a displayof
student at the University. The bride is state. These are accredited ,

also a student at AfrM. The wedding was with limited : she asked to be released Limitations GJC wild romps up the .:{

held at St. Michael All Angels Fpiscopal deficiencies, accredited- In August. Mrs. middle. The combinationof f

Church. The Rev. Father David H. Brooks warned, accredited and I Marshall now 92. Is Students Told Saith and Boykins a '

presided Vivian Reid and his charmingwife non-accredited. This information | living in Hardwick Vt. 190 pounder himself with j

represented Bethel AMF Church Sunday will also be ..1.- '" "\; i Funds that she kept in ST. PETERSBURG Gibbs good speed, gives the \

School at Edward Haters College. They also listed in the state di- trust are being distributed Junior College studentswere pirates one of the best
to charitableand
visited Jacksonville, and American Beach. rectoryThe Almost every year, one set of freshman twins challenged to con- balanced running attacksin

i Beverly Neyland of American Legion Ora- new standard will educational enter- tinue their education so recent year, accord-

torical contest fame is now at Bennet Col- provide for extensionand poses a problem of identification for Mrs. toeri- prises. that present-day demonstrations ing to the backfield

lege..Little Dary Groomes was given a ryrisicn in: Que C. Briggs freshman counselor in McGuinn Hallat Besides the collegeand for first coach James Griffin

birthday party by his nom and dad..John A. Administrative Supervisory Florida A. ,and M. University. This year how- t orphanages Beach institutions in Pay. class citizenship will Backing up Smith and
ona -
Hannah is on the sick list at Lake City and Instruc- not be in vain.Challenging Boykins are freshman
McGuinn Hall is housing tvo sets of twin, benefitting fromMarshall's
and we understand that Middleton is evr, the
Percy tional PoliciesB. approximatelY Ricky Vaughn and sophomore -

I, not doing so well at the ARM Hospital. .Pr. Program Content one set fraternal twins the other identical the Children'sHome estate include 800 studentsof Ronald Brown, both

Elsie Wallace is on leave from the Uni- C. Fxtended Coordination ..................ee..e..... the six year old in short on heft but light
twins. Society of Florida
versity. Recipient of a fellowship for of Fducational Pro- Lenora and Leila Hobbs twin. and similar institu- stitution was Dr. JohnW. ning fast with good

study at Boston University, . gram in Individual daughters;: of Mr. and Joyce and Jacqueline tions in Vermont. Rembert President. moves. Cary Hughley.

V.'e remind all citizens in the city who schools Mrs. Robert Hobbs of. Jones, daughters of Mr. to Bethune- Speaking to them fer- junior quarterback, is

. have not registered to do so before the D. Reporting Miami (pictured left to and Mrs. Calvin Jones, Bequests vently during the first fighting off a deter-
Cookman College and the
. deadline. LUNCHES right in the rear of the Lake Wales Fla. (shown Sarah Hunt MethodistChildren' assembly of the school mined Bid by Carver High

Parents having pupilsin In frontleft to right), year, he told the attentive product and freshman
will make the
Fla. A & M Dramatic Players Cited special need for photo problem) of identifying are the real look-alikes by s these Home insti-, received students "The- aspirant Donald Futrell.

lunches are to report to Joyce and Jacqueline are Negro is on the thresholdof Both have been impressive -
"which twin"
Hafl I Tours the school schools easy because in temperament, utions yesterday,
Following European, or Lenora wears her alike were $23,000 in government a golden age. It does in passing drills
where pupils are atten- .have similar, shy,
MINNEAPOLIS Him.--(FfUVTribute) wu paid here hair long and Leila But solutionto bonds and $4,874 not indicate success and handling the team
ding and fill out a smiles. a
rather It presents a but Hughley seems to
wears hers in a short, in cash.
recently) \Iy a federal representative! to the Ameri- special application form the problem of iden- challenge." hold the edge with his
bouffant bob. Moreover, Terms of Marshall'.8will .
for this purpose. After tifying them may lie in
can Fducational Theatre Association to the successful Lenora is about two stipulated that He recognized that his executions on rolloutsand
investigations by the the fact that the twins
tour of the Florida, A. and M. University PI ay- school, a decision is inches taller than her Bethune-Cookman's share students and many other defense.
,hardly ever buy clothes should 'be expendedfor college students have The wingback post in
makers, directed by Dr. S. Randolph Edmonds. The reached and given the
alike. actively participated attack
parent. These lunches are the education of ,? (Whaleys winged T.
Five FAMU Grads
Playmakers toured military installations in France limited hy cases for a Agents Discuss some worthy girl who in in demonstrations, and finds freshman Wiley

an J..Germany H trly this year in February March! period of time Receive Doctorates the opinion of the in paying tribute to Henry chomping at the
faculty would not them reminded them bit behind junior Mar-
and April under auspices of the ACT A-USD and the County ProgramsTallahassee
Many Frosh Majoring 'knowledge without opportunity cellus has
Tallahassee, Fla. -- Five otherwise be able to King. Henry

U.S. Department of Defense.The graduates of Florida A. and M. Evaluations of attend" B-CC.. to use it is given a good account of

In Business At t university have received the extension application B-CC's president, Dr. no good, but it is justas his pass catching and
drama county programs
tour of the FAMU 1964 and to serve againas doctoral degree during 1963,
of research through Richard V. Moore, said bad to have opportunity running abilities.
students was cited as one a member of the.Overseas Gibbs Jr. CollegeST. G. W. Conoly FAMU Alumhi
educational and the without knowledge -
programs la st night that Clarence Hinton 210
of the most successful of Touring: Committee.FAMUan secretary revealed this week. of relationships in
college sent abroad PETERSBURG Approximately One of these persons Dr. Improvement Interest on bonds, a- .' pound product of BookerT
groups the extension
a fifth of Henry Finley heads the department county programwere of mounting to about In reviewing the in Norfolk with out-
for entertainment in 1963The high priority topics
Leads the freshmen of economics at FAMU $1,000 a will different aspects of
tribute to the FAMU at Gibbs discussion at the Annual Agents' year go standing offensive and

Junior College plan someform He returned to his positionthis Conference held last week at into a scholarship fund integration he pointed defensive work has dis-
PI ay makers was made by a Class fall after receiving the I
representative of the Officers of a business Ph. D. in economics from the Florida A. and M. university. for such a "worthy to Gibbs Junior Collegeas lodged sophomore William

care er. University of Indiana. Dr. Fin- Agents representing most of girl. No candidatefor one which integratedboth Franklin from his guard
federal government during Tallahassee, Fla. -- Second the counties of the state heard
A total of 83, nearly ley received the A.B. degree the scholarship has its faculty and post.A .
the 27th annual con- Lieutenant Runnett Fields, who Miss Floy Britt outline "Rea-
20 of the 500 from FAMU in 1952. been selected as yet, student body two years of the
ference of the American received his commission in the percent sons for Evaluating the County great part

Fducational Theatre"As'" UnitedStates Army during the freshmen enrolled have Dr. James the B.S.Espy, who from received Extension Program.. he said. ago. He added that other Pirates drills of the

Florida A. and M. university degree Evaluation leads to Dr. Moore also said Negro institutions ,
._. sociation. held August enrolled in the business FAMU in 1920 was awardedthe past week have been directed -
exercises of Miss Britt stated."In
commencement change that the
Hunt home will businesses and organiza-
department according to Ph. D. in education from the at shoring
26,27. and 28t. on the: 20 April 1963, recently achievedthe order to make the right changes, use its S27.874 beousst tions should become so up
of Minnesota. He
campus of the University highest score in his classon Mrs. Chrystelle Stewart University we must be able.to reorganize will the pass defense that
is dean of Edward Waters college good that whites
of Minnesota. the combat proficiency test. department head re-plan renew activitiesof proved somewhat leaky
in Jacksonville Fla. to us for
Lt. Fields scored 492 pointsout Students enrolled in teaching with Improved Pharmacy Classes 'come over the past season. Whaley
Edmonds, professor
Dr. From the of Penn- both
University works
of possible 500 while effort--based on what we have integration
the department from 25 has tried varied oombl-
Dr. Theodore
directorof sylvania, Hunter
of speech and with 147 other ]learned from our findings." '
different places, including B.s. F FAMU 1959. received Attend Symposium ways nationd and says the
the FAMU Playmakers, told
officers in his class, while he "Good program developmentis The students were
in attendance at the the Of- Washington the Ph. D. In chemistry. He essential best locking one has
was was attending Infantry to good evaluation the College s flags
is senior research chemist with Tallahassee Fla. "Better that
meeting and served on ficers Orientation course at D.C. Atlantic City New she pointed out. "This hast IncreasedKnowledge" been with Hughley, King
the Goodyear Rubber Service Through at half-mast as
Fort Benning, Ga. Jersey and Thomasville. Company do with changes in behavIor of the were Boykins and freshman
the important Overseas in Akron Ohio. + is the theme of sorrow for
Upon graduating from the of people--what they know expression James Richardson In ad-
Georgia. annual seminar of the
Dr. Arthur C. pharmacy
Touring Committee of Madry,principal School
Officers' Orientation and feet"4She four
think do.
Infantry of Florida A. and M. university dition to his defensive
"Ninety-five percentof the John E. Ford Elementary -
which he is a member. He course, where he ranked in the emphasized that "people which victims of Birmingham'srecent
schooL Jacksonville School of Pharmacy was halfback post. Richardson -
middle one-third of his class our terminal students evaluation results and
also appeared on a panel accept violence. The
Fla. was awarded the Ph. D. held Tuesday, eptember 24. his
addition to
he attended and was graduatedfrom have been able to gain are more willing to change when
geared to a discussionof from Ohio State university.He The one-day event, geared to flag ritual was suggested -
the Basic Airborne Schoolat employment Mrs. they have had a hand In draw- defensi/e halfback post,
Job opportunities for received the B.S. from exposing FAMU pharmacy students physics instructor -
Fort Benning. Ga. Ing the evaluation plan and by has turned in
graduates in drama and Stewart said. She added FAMU in 1937.Recipient up to the newest and best Richardson
William Love,
A graduate of Campbell High carrying It out. trends in the field and duties at offen-
that several Gibbs JC of the Ed. D. degree setting
headed by Dr. Samuel
school In Beach Lt. those attending the several white
Daytona Among of
c ne
from Teachers' standards of professional performance sive end and returning
Selden of the Universityof Fields Is the son of Mr. and grads are employed at college conference were English M. will begin with faculty members on the
Columbia Dr. An- reg- kickoffs.
university, and
California at Mrs. Arnett Fields of Daytona, Minneapolis Honeywell, drew Robinson was Greene and Miss LeonUne Will istration and coffee hour from College staff. punts
graduatedfrom Mc- Another of hope was
Beach. iams. County; ray
Electronics Communications *
8 to 9 am. All sessions will
Berkeley.The FAMU with the as. degree
FAMU professor was Lt. Fields left the United Industries, the in 1950. He is coordin-- Kinley Jeffers and Miss Elle- be held in the auditorium of Marian, Jackie cast on the pirates ;

States recently for Germany, lene Redd Columbia County; Perry-Paige building on the proving grounds with the
Regional Offices of the ator of science and mathematicsIn
also asked to serve as a Miss VlctorlaM.Simpson.Dade Raise M6,0000
where he has been assignedto FAMU campus. return to practice of
Duval Jacksonville
member of the AETA serve with the 3rd Armored Veterans Administration, county County; Miss Bessie J. Canty Subject of the symposium
Daniel a
nominating committee for Division(Spearhead). and numerous business Fla. Duval County; Russell H. Stephens were "General Operation and NEW YORK (ANPJ-) Concert freshman Money I

1 I firms in addition to European Specialties and Mrs. Ursula H. Will Management in Pharmacy. singer Marian Anderson and scrappy halfback counted

iams Gadsden County; Isaac former baseball star Jackie heavily to augment
schools and on
Hallmark of the House Participants were Joseph
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I------ I funeral homes.As Chandler Jr.,Hamilton County; Awkard, head. Department of Robinson have raised a com- the power in the baek-
Growing your own vegetables Miss SudeUa J. Ford,Hillsbor- bined total of $16,000 to aid
many students are It never .rewarding ai in Psychology FAMU, "Employment field. Money is also a
also William L. Southern
ough County, the NAACP,
early autumn when the garden Procedures! and Employer
I choosing transfer programs Robinson. Jr. and Mrs. Pearl Conference punting and placement
it producing Itt best and the Employee Relations: W.Joe Christian Leadership
I as well as bountiful harvest can be frozen Long Jackson County Robert Weldy, Pharmacist-Appren and other civil rights kicking specialist.

terminal programs. canned or preferred for ute during Bryant, Jr., Jefferson County; tice Relations and Newer organizations the NAACP announced -
I the winter. Richard A. Harts field and Mrs. last week. THE PEOPLE l
Internships; and K. K.Harris,

I FUrita Rifhts Group Told James Iris Mae C. Clark Miller Leon and Miss County De- Jr., division manager, McKesson parties The $16,000 at the was homes raised of as Miss two SPEAK OUT!

and Robbins, Inc., Jacksonville -
loris M.Jones,Madison County; Anderson and Robinson re-

I Mrs. Sarah K. Thomas: and Maintenance, Fla., "Inventory" cently. Among the guests at Fish Baits
I Hiroas Denied OpportuRflas Eugene P. Smith. Marion Membertof both parties were Roy Wilkins For Sale ?

County; Mrs. Leala R. Collins, of FAMU.School NAACP executive secretary,
Pharmacy committee -in
I TALLAHASSEE (ANP--Despite limited advances in Orange County; Mrs. Virginia charge of planning the seminar: and Dr. Martin Luther King Fish Bait: Red Wiggles
--- - - - D. Gardner, Pirellis County Jr., SCLC president.An .
some areas, Negroes in Florida are generally Miss ud1ne Tubbs. P u tu m. were Murphy D. Jenkins, host interracial lawn party (pltrnn $1.80 per
and dean of the school Hurd
Richard 1.. Bradley, } hosted Robinson a this Stamford thousand.
County; by
denied equality of opportunity>> according to a report M. Jones, Jr., Chairman;Mrs. i
Sumter County; and Mrs.Dorothy Conn., home netted a total
Marie L. Best, Mrs. Geraldine !
released last week by the Florida Advisory B. Echols, Vohisla County. of $13.000, while a similar Jones Gardeas 825
Roberts Mrs. Awk-

Tile Iii Tllru 01 WRFI Oornittee to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights. WATCH THIS CLOWN ard, Mrs. Trudie, Battle and affair, Cona at Miss, ranch Anderson's home raised Danbury Floral Street, Tallahassee -

In its report to the commission In Washington the Robert S. Scarborough. $3.000. Florida.

Florida Committee cited evidence of marked in- A.
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; By Prominent, WriterYoung
: Dr. Du Bois Negroes lack the training and qualifi-

cations for available Jobs in government: and priv-

A I5! w __ 4 HEX YORK--Landing Dr. ate industry Louis B. Looaz, a pl'Olt eat Negro
on W. E. 8. DuBois as 'a writer and former college: professor, said todayin '

and q t pioneer in the struggle the Saturday Evening Post. .*................

for t_ :_ for human rights,' the "Even worse, Negro academic preparation,"
students often fail to
e.plo Hh Board of Directors of Lomax said 'aviag won
,Il. show even a desire to
fan Colored People passed a get ahead," he com- at least the legal
,, .a right to ,
'-- i i mented. The "most compete we
x resolution mourning his disturbing" failure of must stage stud ins to .

'v passing in Accra, Ghana, Negro colleges he catch up. study-ins
ia5n t" are the way oat for the
{ on Aug. 27. He was 95 added. 'is the alarm- "
Negro college.
/ ing number of graduateswho
< t : '," years old. Describing studyinsas
t 'I
,; >
:; can not think ,
tional }\. ; The resolution, adoptedat clearly speak properlyor remedial courses to

a f ,, .. '' {<:, the barer quarterly work effectively in correct high school
-j the field
I s"s ,' y they were alleged -
.i"*: :,: meeting here, Sept. 9, to"have mastered to broaden
: called the contributions "Our students on the professional horizons
and w 7 of the 'venerable scholar whole are unresdy for accelerated and expanded -
competition in the courses
'imperishable,' noting. general American Lomax said it is a

i that he was 'the prime marketplace he 'disgrace1' for a Ne-
inspirer, philosopher and emphasized.Lomax gro-college student to
I y graduate with BA de-
y k. a
a n4s father of the Negro pro- pointed out that
group the National Urban gree 'only having
i equal !f s i3 w \ 1 ti t test movement, a founderof League has more job grown sophisticatedabout
I the NAACP, an impassioned openings than qualified his intellectual
I South) \\ 'J Negroes can fill. shortcomings and

y The and eloquent Spokesmen for the Lea- crippled by lack of am
: will spokesman for equal gue and the United Negro bition."

right, a fierce and College Fund, he Another vital step Is
ter, IijJ1 ; overhauling the cur-
uncomprimising foe of added "frankly admit
that this general lack ricula of Negro col-
colonialisr and promoterof of readiness among Ne- leges which Lomax sail
the Pan African Con- gro college students are afflicted by a

the EXHIBIT AT CENTURY OF PROGRESS--Assistant stration on how to male a dress. Bottom right: gresses, and the most will get worse not that liberal' arts concept
"dooms rather
tag id of Labor George L.P. Weavertop left; Mrs. Elizabeth A. LeWD, information clerk in the eminent scholar and his- better.Calling for "crash than dedicates. He

rural White House Associate Press Secretary Andrew Chicago office of Agricultural ,Marketing Service, torian of the Negro race programs.. 'studYins'that also cited the 'burning -
to Hatcherbottom! left, were among the top Govern- Involve both vocational need" for raising
is being presented a certificate of merit by USDA In America and Africa.' academic standards.
officials who visited the U.S. Department of guidance and
s exhibit on the opening day of the Personnel Officer John EL Tromer. Looking on at .

of Negro Progress Exposition in Chicago left is Dr. L.J. Biever, youth adviser of the
and nel.'t McCormick Place last week. Chicago 4-tf er Amos Illinois Agricultural'Extension Service, who is

who emcee for the USDA exhibit program, ,is directing the 4-H activities at the exhibit. Duane

Mr. Weaver through the exhibit; Tommy Nelson, right, information specialist of the .AnI Cordial[ invited

South. and Eddie Marie Reynaud are giving Mr. Federal Extension Service, is in charge of the You

a guided tour. At top right, Jennifer USDA display. to see and Test Drive

,another Chicago 4-11' eris presenting a demon- (USDA Photo)

I people Govt. Grants Ala. State President Scores Clean Pupils Rate !the New
Better Grades
off In FAMU Ford and
rj Harbm lank Address Teachers say that their 1964

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. A stirring ICommitment to' clean pupils are more alert '
forces NEW YORK (ANP) -- Freedon..". by Dr. Levi Watkins, president of Ala- than frumpy ones, so maybe SOUTHSIDE FORD
'Graham Harlem bank with Ne- bama State College Montgomery, former presidentand you can solve the puzzling at
leadership was as- founder of Owen College in Memphis Tenn.. and problems in your schoolwork 5303 BEACH BLVD.
The last week when one-time educational administrator and school more readily if you
dress federal government principal in Parsons Kas.. marked the Opening Convocation approach them with a clean
lem of an interracial of Florida A. and M. University last Friday body. In any event, you
.t permission to go morning in the school's new gymnasium. It was will be more comfortable
with organization the first event to be held in the recently com- and attractive and that : iii_
o pleted $1.000,000 building that 'will house the certainly important -

J can the proposed approval Freedom university's 9\00..1__ .a.L me_ convocation physical. education, facilities.uunuB too!

and Bank was given ,attended by approximately I )
James J. Saxon, the 3.000 studentsf acul-
, t of the CUr- ty and staff
members a
for The Controller check fir $700.00 from I OPEN FOR BUSINESS

I rural longer s the regulator chartered, of or Association the FAMU General waspresentedto Alumni

Dr. George W. Gore.
the the organizers hope to Jr. president of
A to'li Freedom by January.National University, by G. W. '
I Conoly alumni secretary

Vis as is its expected chairman to Charles substituting F. for Wilson.Atty. NEW BRANCH OFFICE '

i Robinson, the .
General H
Alumni Association ,
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baseball player g-:
ST. president. The : -
I is a restaurant money was donated for j.t: } :
Atomic student loans at FAMU.
S. McLaurin an
f' Speaking on the subject
lawyer and
"Commitment to Freedom",
estate broker
Dr. Watkins told his
. be president, '
careers listeners Each gene-
B. Altman, a re-
ment .. ration has needed prep
vice president of
( Bill ration for the future
Merchants Bank of
Shea- and for freedom some
York would be exe-
to more, some less. This
.J wide chief vice executive president of- generation needs more.
perso. There is pressure about ;
us which all, men feel. iu
IMPERIAL SUHBRIES This pressure for free-
f Patent Medicines CosmeticsAll dom is felt in Alabama
tend Florida; it is felt
Leading flair Preparations
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Willis Nuns According To Present Potential Gets

TALLAHASSEE--Coach Jake Gaither of the Florida .
BOSTON -- ( ANP) -- r
OAKLAND, Calif. -- Nsw Ptst
Coach Red Auerbach of (ANP) In two succes- Add University Rattler may: be sitting on a powder
the world champions NEW YORK (ANP) -
sive weeks the
Boston Celtics basketball -, Raiders have knocked Oakland. keg. At east 11p hopes he is. The' powder keg is The appointment of EyreR.

teas is reported off the one-two picks to his '63 edition of the Florida ASM Rattlers. They Saltch. former professional -

highly elated over the take the Eastern Division Play Lincoln University (Mo. ) September 28. F.I a' basketball
-- player. and Negro national
acquisBtion of veteran
lead of the Amen
'We want to be I
tennis champion, to the
star Willie "Th eWhale"
Football league. Two
can this fall/ he Archie
strenghtened. 4. post of public relations
Haul Is by the weeks ago they conquere4the 3
Celtics from the San Houston Oilers, 24- said. 'I hope the Rattlers Williams, Walt Hlghsmitb; / : j : c assistant with the Philip

Francisco warriors re- 13, and last week down are as explosiveas and John D. Kelley are : i'e : Morris cigarette company
was announced here last
cently.It k
ed the Buffolo Bills, 35
is no secret that 17. a powder keg with a the top three centers. week.

the Celtics obtained Raiders head coach and short fuse. Tbe shorterthe Williams and Highsmithare s At Philip Morris, pro-
'f ducer of Marlboro, Par-
of the best
Naalls. one General Manager Al Davis fuse, the better,' juniors, while Kelley
liament Paxton and Alpine -
shooters and cornermenin
has a spirited "new"team
the entire National he added. in ft sophomore. / cigarettes, as wellas
in the bay land. ;; p
Basketball Association, The Raiders give evidence The Rattlers were the According to Coach Gai- the brand that bears

to fill the role of \ the company's name
that they'll be No. 1 small college grid ther, the '63 Rattlersare '
Boston's former Saitch will be a,promotion -
tough all the way in the ? :y vP ?
play maker, Bob COusy. American Football League champions in '62. They better on defense r;): 4Ae specialist.
Goosey retired from professional race. had a 9-0 season record than they are on offense.'We Saltch was a man be r of

basketball at the public relations
Riding on the passingarms but bowed 22-6, to the are: going to pass,
the end of last seasonto staffs of the F and M
of Cotton Davidsonand
become head basket- Jackson State College slot, and use more flan- Schaefer and Carl ings
Tom Flores and the
ball coach at Holy Cross catching of tan stars Tigers in the Orange kers,' he said. J .!l Brewing companies befcre
college. PLANNING FAMU-TSU GRIDCLASSICMembers going to Philip Morris.A .
Art Powell and Bo Blossom Classic.Rattler Jim lullis, a 6-4, 204- The game will be playedIn letic business manager
Auerbach is confident the of native of Bermuda in
Robertson, speedsterfrom
Naulls can fill the big head coach Jake pound, senior quarter- Jacksonville's Gator at FAMU.Standing:Chester the West Indies, Saitch
Comell the
Raiders the Jacksonville Chapterof
assignment. "This deal have served notice to Gaither has high hopesif back, is the key to the Bowl, Saturday night, Cowart (1)Jacksonville; studied at Wilberforce
is to the Florida A&M Uni- and the New
going help us, university
the league that they are 30 November 1963. Plan-
nothing else. Twenty- passing attack Flanker D.C. Collington, sports
said the usually noncommittal versity General Alumni School for Social Research -
no longer the door mat
Celtics coach. seven of the 44 lettermen Alfred Denson is the ning the grid classicwere information director, here.
of the league
anymore. Association met with
The 6',6" 220-round Until this year the from the 162 squadare best receiver on the : Coach Jake Gaither FAMU; Oliver Walker, A & T Prefect
Naulls was obtained in a FAMU officials recentlyin
Raiders had won only returning. The team team. Halfbacks Hayes, (1) FAMU; Monsolee Jacksonville; and G.W.
trade with the Warriorsin three games out of 28. Tallahassee to plant Getting Rows
which the Celtics They have won 77 since lacks experience but hasa Ward, and Felts are good Davis, chairman of the Conoly, executive sec-

shelled out cash and a the league began in larger forward line receivers and will be '!*e" grid classic between Jacksonville group; and retary, FAMU General With ProsSANTA

future Roston draft FAMU and Texas
1960. This they are
year Nathaniel Niles ath-
which Alumni Association.
choice. averages 230 used in the slot posi- MONICA. Calif. -
already five out of Southern University- (ANP) Former ranking
A former UCLA All- seven. pounds from end to end. tions. r

American and twotimeNBA The line Golden Fete Celebrants Hampton Gets heavyweight contender
62 averaged 'We hope to be ex* Eddie Machen of Redding,
All-East selection. Miy ReimfcSi _.
Naulls averaged 19.1 around 215 pounds per plosive in every posi- 8er. Court Coaches Calif. hit the comeback

points per game for six Jones men.The. tion,' reported Coach HAMPTON.! Va. (ANP) trial after a 14-month

years with the New York Cliy F Lee Royster a native absence from the ring
Knickerbockers. The loss of flashy half- Gaither. 'J won' t say Hamptonian. last week 1 ast week with a six.-

I ICnlcks obtained Willie LOS ANGELES (ANP) back Bob Paremore hurt we' 11 have another championship was appointed to replace round knockout over
; at the start of the 1956 A close-circuit teleVision the team in-more ways team, but we Frank Rnty as basketball Ollie Wilson here.

season 'in a trade with rematch between Coach at Hampton insti- Machen who suffered a
then one. *Ie was a 9.3 hare a group of hard
the St. Louis Hawks. The unbeaten Cassius Clay S tute. mental breakdown about

, Knicks gave up playmaker, and Doug Jones of New sprinter who elude working players. Tf that Royster a graduate of a year ago had not

Slater Ma tin to get York, tentatively set tacklers and change his will make us a winner, Florida at Hampton on a fought since he foughtto
Naulls. for Oct. 8, was being year's interim appoint- a draw with hard-

Naulls played with the arranged by matchmaker speed to his advantage. we may be right back on ment while Enty is away hitting Cleveland Williams -

Knicks until last year George Parnassus here Parenore is now with the top.' on leave of absence in Houston, Texas,

when he was traded to last week. St. Louis Cardinals of doing graduate work for July 10. 1962.Williams .

the Warriors., Jones gave Clay a rough Milts' Bears '" .1 a doctorate degree at is currentlythe
Naulls to theCeltics' time and extended him the National Football Indiana university. No. 5 contender.lSMAllIiA .
reported CELEBRATING fifty years at the National Allianceof ... .
over entire 10 = -
Bed -- --
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Showing -

at Babson_.training institute camp last rounds in their first Coach Gaither is expecting Postal Employees' Golden anniversary convention :\ ] ep ti rrr: 1;ti / 1 i I I

week. r.: .' meeting in New York's And SpeedBIRMINGHAM banquet, Ashby G. Smith, president, appropriately -- 1
to make up for
Madison Garden
The Celtics great pivot I'
receives a box: of 50 Phillies
man, Pill Russell, a last March 13. The tha loss of Paremore by With the cigars from .

friend of Naulls, is reportedly talkative Clay had predicted using several quick opening game against the Jim Robinson of Phillies (from left to right)

'""' that he wculd always tough Albany G
alos "de- Frederick Bel en, Assistant Postmaster General and
lighted" over the ac- chill Jones inside of backs. Halfback Bob State Rams of Albany,

quisation of' The three rounds. Hayes, the international Georgia less than ten guest speaker Smith, Robinson, and William Tim

Whale. Present plans are to days away the Golden Jason toastmaster.
sprint champion and .
hold the rematch in the Bears are hitting extra T

THE PEOPLE Sports Arena here with holder of the 9.1 World hard in their daily INDEPENDENT OIL COMPANY every

SPEAK OUT! Los Angeles blocked out record for the hundred scrimmages. TEEM tingling
of the TV coverage.It Coach Knox is still unsure MECHANIC ON DUTYIke ;
yard dash, is the top
was reported that about his quarter-
Joseph -------------------Propri tor time!
.Slrvkls. the boxers have agreedto candidate. back for the openinggame. 11
State and Jeffer.sur: Streets El 6-9432
Sound Service for Ad- ,the bout and the date Hayes returned in top Johnny Wilson, a Pl t fj 'jC n : lff," ) .::.

vertising Dances Ball although the latter was freshman from Brighton ,,. _
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physical condition froma
Games etc. Also Loud still officially not an- High shows great pro-

Speaker Service for nounced last week. summer tour of Europe mise. Bobby Humphrey,

Banquets, Concerts, with the U.r.. /MJ track another freshman from j ':.;;tW: : 7' 1 .!. "
KEEP AMERICA Brighton is ; .: : ;r .." .
Record Hops etc. I working out s
BEAUTIFULIMAGNOLIA and field team. He is . ,
BL 3-5902 SOUND SERVICE I at the quarterback slot.A ; !. "<' > .
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the most Improved run- total of 33 returning t
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lettermen from the
ner on the squad.Hayes dJi:
GARDEN K FIRST DRUG STORE freshman-studded 1962 !
earned two letters in
squad are now big beefy

football and is only a sophomores raring to x

-I Mer Von'sPharmacy junior. charge the enemy. .f .,, r
Headed by senior end 4
Charlie ward senior
and team Captain Ed Mc- .
from ThomasviH'e, Ga., Call the returnees Included z r S .. :, 'Q.r 1r

7':. is competing with Hayes senior end Eugene ey my;,
Underwood-220; Alfred
for the No. 2 right
Cottrell junior hal tback160 *

2735 west Eflgewood AvenueLet halfback slot. Charlieis ; Roland Foster,

elusive and fast. senior fullback-180; r: .
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t Us Fill Year Next PrescriptionWe Charlie Mumford, sophomore ; ; .ti I
Bobby Felts is the :
Pick & Deliver ; Mrs. Phyllis Cook prepares a bedtime
Up -Free
Blood Unit left half- Earnest Jones and BenJamin \ a. snack for Kimberty-eggnog made with t

Wide Ass rtlleut Of ',tNt Medicines back. Gordon, sophomore Carnation (her own recipe Is below). :
The children love cocoa made with
Cosmetics Sundries CMfectisiery The bright spot in the ends-180-181. respec- t Carnation, too-it's so creamy. And
tively; Alvin Richardsonand Carnation is the only milk they drink.'*

Please Dial PO 5-4485 or PO 5-1582 Rattler squad this fall Theodore Kirkland, -Lc rt Even when you add an equal amountof
water Carnation is richer than sweet
is center. 'We have had senior tackles-210-270. *
whole milk.
I.P. Harris, Reg. Pharm.LEARN respectively. .S f rr
problems here for years,' : 1/-SJXA.H sdioah#..'.COJIII'N fIoII" odaP
The Golden Bears are

declared Coach Gaither. expected to be especially r-----'

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Edward B. Cook, production director at Radio Station YYAOK. entertains his son
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A cbong in pace fer MM i Mpprtit MANGROVES ARE BACK 1 undiluted CARNATION
formulas made with Carnation world's leader for infant feeding. I

HADDIE LB. L d 7-* MANGROVEFINNAN SMAP PERS u.. Popular Atlanta disc jockey I II I i Vanilla 1A Nutmeg cup cold water I I(

SHEEPMOSEuSfcYBJJOWTA1L JLAfT RUM 2teLAJECI presents his "Small Combo"They I I Separate egg white from yolk. Beat I
A TRADE u. S yolk and sugar with rotary beater until
light.Add..tel to Carnation then add
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: dynamic personality and an urge to tain small groups at dinner. there is of vaniHa flavorIng I
} JACKSONVILLEIARIER mmmu.. 51tSNeYM L1 semi entertain that just wouldn't go away. always a homemade cake. a frozen I if desired.
Aa a prelaw student at Fisk Univer. dessert or a fabulous pie. I Pour into large I

1111 I*. SIC FJHCT FlIilEa t*. /I oily,he aboconcentrated on dramatics. "Carnation makes such a heavenly I glass and sprin I
COLLEGE INC. Both Mr.and Mrs.Cook are active in cream pie filling," Mrs, Cook volunteers kie with nutmeg. I

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at LARGE SHRIMP 1957 graduate of Louisville General of all. it whips beautifully for homemade fnm CMiMtetf Caw"rr !a
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THOS' ? hungry snarling Tigers of Edward Waters College unrap the lid of their 1963 grid season when 165 Qb., Valdosta Ga.; John Wilson, 3)1, all conference Hb., Lake Tales; James Butler, 203 Hb. .

they stuck up against Claflin (bll ege. Orangeburg, S.C., the team which knocked them out of the SIAC Oelray; Dale Fields 218 end. Lake Tales. Third row frog left: Del raj quartet from left; Jaaes

iI 1 conference title last year. With an impressive line-up of returnees from last year's powerhouse Butler 203, Hb; Charles Miller 187, Hb. Henry Roll, 173. Hb, and J. Kendrlcks, 156. Qb. Backfield -

p, Coach Clifford (Jack). Paul must be rated a leading contender for this year's Southwestern Athletic Coach Alfred Benefield Pb. A.C. Miller, 165, Tallahassee; Qb. Charles Lee 165 VfddMto,

I Conference title 'despite oppositions which is rated to be equally strenghtened by,a host of likely .Ga.; Fb. Otto Strickland: 195. Hawthorne; James Butler. Hb, 203, Delray; G. Charles Holaws, Jai;
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first year prospects. From top left are pictorial shots of numerous Tigers who will most likely Donald Davis c. 270, ThomasTille, Ga,; James White, 220. T., Augusta, Ga.; Robert Taylor, 33S L,
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share. in starring roles this seasonnamely.. Dale Fields 218-pound tackle from Lake Wales; Clarence *Ft. pierce: Capt. Fiery Black, 210 E. Jax; Wills Simmons 201 Hb.. Lake Tales; Charles fewer,

,(Coril laBrown, 250. tackle from Orlando; Charles (Tiger) Holmes, 219, guard, Jax: Co-Capt. Otto 170. Hb. Jax. Fourth row from left: Freddie (Doolie) McDonald, 227 T., Late Tales; James &oodeII,

Strickland 195, FB., Hl\wthorne1illie (Devil) London, 285 E. Woodbine s.- Ga.. George (Rev.) Tome ei Y185, Qb..- Miami; Melvin Elliott.-198.. C.. Jax; Or Capt. Charles Grorer. 170. Hb, Jai DoeclacThcapson Cnu.c)

190. guard Jax. Second row from left: James white, 220 tackle. Augusta, Ga.: Charles (Pox) 133 ::J 225 & Tallahassee; Denald*(Bear) Davis, 270 c., ThomasTille' Ga.Baker's Pkola)

Amer.Foot batt League Ratl Fbofb Il f1t tct A & T, Show Ckcsp Time Of Glint

WATCH THIS CLOW < saw Diego .2 0 01400 31 S3 Coaf emes Kickoff time for the M. Bell. A&T Athletic College. risks
Compare! 41-06-31 Kansas Clty.1 0 11.000 86 34 ,.t1i.
Oakland ., .2 1 0 *** n 5Denver W U 0lXOb T. ft Hr". 2dnrdaod football game betweenthe Director said the shift giving Day November 3.
615 ... tl 79 .2 0 T8 Uat.LUla..2
.89 .0 2 0 .000
; Last Chance 0 OUJOO U 31 A&T College Aggies is being made to allow
j 8 TUB 8CHXDUU5Saturday ugh ,1 0 11. OO S* n JSIMIE'S liTELFlUB
5v : Nlgbi New York...110300 37 59 and Shaw University fans required to work
: hand New 1963 ChevrsMs 1 5 Oakland at New York. Washt>oal 1 0 JW 61 51PbfladtipkiaO Bears, to be played hereon during the day on Saturdays TV IN .aT MOM
Houston at Buffalo. Dallas .VTTo 1 2 1 0 .000 400 45 Si 49 73 Saturday. October 5. to see the openingclash. 741% T. AU.y-JftZPla.
CLEARANCE' SALE 3 9 Sunday WIIt6tw LrafeeeaaeCkdeage has been changed.The For ReservatioM, CalltEI'S

88-12-49 Boston at Denrer. ...1 e tUDe It n game, the opening All other home games L-S-4fi3
Kansas City at SaD Diego. BalUmor* ..1 1 0 00 43Detrott 11 clash for the Aggies and will be played at the
K at 22 100 51 ...1 1 9 .590 33 U SHE
t New York 24. Houston IT. Green Bay,.1 i. 9 J3SJ9 34 JO previously billed as an same stadium beginning
Sometimes he upSometimes Boston 20. Oakland 14 .1 1 fi JSQ9 it 43 afternoon contest, is at 1:30 p.s. The remaining Sin lipiiriifSf
Buffalo 2T, Kansas 27.
k THOR CHEVROLET he's down Qty Lot Anr0 2 0 JJOO 16XbxaesoU ed ,
STANDING OF THE CLUBS SaD 1'ran..0 I 0 .000 34 44ew being shifted to that home schedule includes
He adds subtracts Carters DtrtoUa aruImArB (JLB1f night. The gameis now : Maryland State An KIM
t 711 KACI ..n., I* ft*** He works it all around .-Pt&._ Yefk at i hnde1 h1i.. scheduled for 8:00 p.m., College (Homecoming).
COMING ATTRACTIONS Boston ...W..i U 1 T.O .867 PC fwA 71 43 t *timor o at at Detroit.at Green.Bay. at the Greensboro tar Oct. 19; Tlnston-Salem I*A I hh/iNN. :
New Tout..1 10 .,:wO 38 S3
N9-40-112 .. C2 fi Wtthfrrgfnh. Menorial Stadium.ocaounceaent. State College. Oct. 26;
Houston :1 2 0 .333 SO .
i," Buffalo ...,0 2 1 .000 M 7t L&l ctie a?*Ptttiiorjja.*t Oereland.St. A III"'U.Tho made ... ,Florida-A& CD1 yen1 t,. 145 Fltfiii AHMCIf

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UUKIUM MAH WEBS iAiukbAr SkhEtiilK 28, 1M3 _
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NAROS TUNED N8HSE FIR RENT liter 100 Others to Cknu ire
AND REPAIR Purn-BRm-All Modern '"

Conv. 1154 W. 32nd St. R. S. EVANS3RD
Special Price to Churches
Ql 4-2629 is an old Joke about the cops catching the Fall.

and Music Teachers. .Tax I Barbara Calhoun handled the vocals fir the group..
man with a razor. The accused told the judge that
RUM FOR ,RENT & MAIN. EL 4-8381 El ,131ZuJacksoDYlJe's
warbler who -
Piano Service-309: W. 8th Barbara la a sort of sweet but hot
he'd rather the law catch him with his razor than
Furnished rooms for renton
St. 3558789 or g-14290.REWLT looks goad and sounds good. Most faccromwW lealcr"
the boys in the bottom catch him without his
bus linesPh.3568301 Willie fells is on the send. The big fellow from
PRACTICE razor. This tale tells how Cleve McDowell of the 62 CADILLAC $3695 59 FIN $115Galaxie

PIANOS APARTMENT FOR RENT Mississippi had a date with the knife and the Coupe Dusty Rose-New *
University of Mississippi felt when he was arrested Hardtop-Radio
$100.00 up.Easy terms. Furnished Apartment doctor a couple weeks ago. He is at home con- Tires-Sharp As A Pen
on charges of carrying a gun. A shake- Heater-Automatic
Jax Piano Sales. 309 W. 2 Rooms-2703 Wilcox St. Talescing. The' operation was in the minor classification -
down of his fellow University of Mississippi' 61 PONTIAC $1995
8th St. 3558789. El-50111-Mrs. Thomas and 'Big Daddy' hopes to be back m the Bonnevllli Convertible 60 CHEYR8LET $1515CODyertlbleLlke
students will probably turn up half of the Missis-
set soon. wilbur Wiggins, one of 'Jacksonville'sfinest New.
ippl National Guards arms. Tis funny how the local' I
r.ESOZStiliiUiUSliS, ; ,is also in Brewster. The popular officer 61 CHEVROLET $1995

I WHITE ENAMEL l -- papers barely mentioned it when the Federal lIar- 61 FIRS $1635
i hopes to get back in harness ins few days. V8 H.T. Coupe Straight

i$1.50 valneQQ shells found hand grenades, automatic weapons ,and J r The aggregation from Buster Fbnfsf'Birdland' is Stick-Radio a Heater Oalaxie 500 V8-Rdio,

OUV I r almost everything else in the way of arms at.'the Heater Auto.Air Goad.
fill can appearing every Saturday night at the Armory.
.. U. of Bama. In bold type they called McDowell: a 60 OLDSMOBILE $1795
And The 2nd 1A > Buster says that since the days of the Two Spot
'Gun-Packing Ole Miss Negro' So glad he left his 88 Hardtop Coupe-Radio 59 MERCURY $795
Pint Only | Cn and later the Plans, he has felt the need for a
razor home so, that the Dixie hate rags could not a Heater-Automatic Dbl. I Tagon Real Clean
LIMITED TIME TI Um.IIBUICI2 place where they can have a regular Saturday night II I
have a real field day. Power. Look like new.
;; 123r' hoe-cbwa. Saw The Han1! Douglas of th Yeah' fame I 58 OLBSM8BILE $795
We hear that a prominent minister took on allc "
is the .emcee and man Friday on the show. Chick 59 CHEVROLET $1295 88 Coupe Clean
piers at the Enquire one day this week. Joe
.Ato0owetPike Minor on the organ and the rest of the boys in his V8 iBpala-AotoBfttie Let Year 8M Car
No Bells' P.lnt.! Grant and Dewey emerged as the winner and still
Make the lawn' Payout
group provide the music. Radio 'Heater-New top. "'
,1 chazrps. The good brother made an orderly with- -
It was happy birthday; for Bernice Smith local

drawal. beautician and member of the Vogue Sixty models. -=ReeL gltoo I
"=..:..".:::..-: Gene Gonzalez is passing out cigars. Gene is the R ne3a a
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---..-..--- Berni and friends gathered at the Edgewood
papa of a fine 9 pound, 3 ounce boy. He pitched PROFESSIONAL
Lounge to have a little Dad: cheer.
three balls (girls) before scoring a strike and t
Last week the Fiery Dragons from Douglas Andersonran
coming up with a son. Mother, son and father are
up a gob of points on a helpless Pernandina
7 a doing fine.
1'.00 c....dl.ewuN team. The smart boys told Coach Nat 'Sweetnan'
1 / with 2 .nW Word comes from California that Billy Moore and
wary p
,,hue'". It.; Washington to save soae points until this week.
DISCOUNT NiM. He II", 'I the group he wcrks with taped a sound track to be
\ Looks like the city title wil1 be decided Saturday
used on one of the 'Eleventh Hour' series teevee r
NY NL.Nd night when the Dragons meet the.Blue Devils of New
..d I NIN! sryM shows. Billy is swinging. Downbeat music mag
INTERIOR VINYL LATEX Stanton at the Myrtle Avenue Ball Park. Anderson
carries some nice reviews on Freddy Hlll. The>
eo.opt ud) Gilbert played to "a tie a couple of weeks ago.
2 *4 98 1fb.g, former Jacksonville school teacher is cutting!
$299 If the Dragons: trim New Stanton, barring upsets Ttoortt
sides with Lou Blackburn and Leroy Vlnnegar..
ItM Mh dtetwnt w/J eol purckM 1 and traps set by Stanton Vocational or North-
Also m the music kick. The J-Notes left town.
"My Ne Me s-Ne Spa".'" < western, a Stanton victory in the East-West Classic $11.95SOFT
this week to try antI find the elusive pot of
sloe c.k dto.
awe WWII wry 3 DRIPLESS LATEX will give them the title and a Gilbert victory
.n.e p.rch.NALL gold. The boys will stop in Texas for a seriesof
o barring any .Gilbert losses, will guarantee them a
PURPOSE .. :t.44t
A..r.d. + I. gigs before going on to other places. Hugh
,ollon. Wilson and the Edge wood Lounge set feted them toa
: ; WHITE. look and feel/ well
WHITE t i You'll pretty as as
.61t1 1 The Johnson C. Smith Golden Bulls tamed the
1..4 g..r.rr tdt'rSM boss champagne sip. Drinks and fancy tid bitsto professional in this light-stepping little Red Cross

Ga.a I to $444 J .w 1r..1f.n,au.y with.ddp fi.N. ? 79KEMERSON eat were a U on the house. The guests of honor Tiers of Benedict last week. Benedict will play Professional Shoe. For it's crisp and competent .

$ 88 wrpk.uwinF ( Bethune-Cookman here on the 19th of October. Sponsors with young and carefree fashion airs. And it's endowed ,
get .. responded with some way out sounds. Barbara Calhoun -.
SIM MA d.c*** wary 2 u k.
with that fabulous instant comfort that keeps
of the game plan to make it bigger than ever
is traveling with the group and is doing the hour. t
you going happily through your every busy
female vxals. this yeur.The football game will be forced to share
The Cresendos are still swinging at the Dorado the stage with The 'Genius' Ray. Charles is comingto ELLJAAR ,

6116 NORWOOD AYE. PO 5.2315 on week-ends. The group practices hard each week town. Tell everybody that the main man ofSoulsville 215 LAURA STREET I

4 Hack North el Catewiy Shopping; Center and plans to come forth formally later in the will be here in parses next month. .
ItiUwr tr**<*t weir a wnn.xrM
For the past several days I have been plagued TW product...M coBMCboa wtutovti with TM AmtncM Hrt.
    I LS 3J ,
    with questions from people who want to know the

    true status of 'desegregation' in downtown Jack- Motley Enterprises

    TIRE SPECIAL PRICES sonville. Many folk have friends from places such Edgewood Super Mark.t ,

    Orlando, Daytona and Tampa who plan to attend '

    NATIONALLY FAMOUS the Bethune-Benedict game and the PAMU game. They 2973 EDGEWOOD AYE. I

    4 want to know if they can stay downtown. know Prices Good Fri. Sat. & Sun. j

    CIT' TIRE BRANDS that the NAACP' ers told us that September 5 was Sept. 21. 28, 29 "

    the target date but no one knows for certain. PLENTY OF FROZEN COONS '

    ---- Just what is the situation in Jacksonville is a .. ,

    SUPER SPECIAL GUARANTEEYou question that Mr. Pearson and group should answer AZAR COUNTRY 59*' Fresh

    will never hove 0 doubt not at their meetings but openly and through recognized SAUSAGE OYSTERS 'K.59t .
    UMITED QUANTITIES-FIRST COME FIRST SERVED with a Tire City guarantee. {m:. T
    media so that we will know if its token-
    Slightly SUmUhfd Top Quality,Nylon Tire

    OUR POLICY ism, appeasement or nothing at all. STEWING 25$

    600-13 Tire City will owe you a better HENS '12 oz. can
    650-13 tire deaf,brand for brand. grade On: the subject of NAACP, tie funny how'Hizzonner'was
    i S 95 for grade, any day of thi wt.kor
    700-13 will refund HERSHEY 5 I Ibs.
    promptly.WORKMANSHIP wi your monty so afraid of the NAACP that he did not dare to
    700-14 2 for $x,19

    l 750-14 set up a Negro Division of the Fire Department fbr SUGARwitb 49*
    '" 800-14 TUBE TYPE
    850-14 9 fear they would demonstrate. But, when the same CHICKEN OF THE SEA S5.II'Nff' Kdx

    900-14 BLACK GUARANTEE NAACP asked him about Jobs in City Hall a biracial TUNA 25*
    950-14 TURKEY
    AddXM TV. City guarantees oB merchandise CHUCK
    670-15 tor rvbeleMor to the original purchaser committee and other things, he bad no fear
    710-15 AU 2.1, ogorrat and materials defects in for workmanship the Limit 3 ROAST WINGS
    760-15 / White life orignalty tread based paid.on price This of them and did not comply and made no bones about .

    800-15 Prnr&Add 2.1tW.NwZcm a m' itnationwide.guarantee tornanuroctvrer's* it. Who's fooling whom? TENDER LEAN BRISKET I.. 39$ 3 Iks. $1.00TURKEY

    Jim my Jenkins is back on the set. The popular
    Hotelman worked for a few weeks in New York. He
    4 was helping the 'good neighbor' policy the other FRYERS NECKS

    4 ': GOLD SEAL CHIEF TIre City purchaser guarantees att tres to,the new original or- night because we think that his guest was a fur $1.00TURKEY
    retread for the Me of the tread 16. 23e 5 Iks.
    ogomst an rood hazards exceptthose rin er. HAMBURGER
    noted below. If our k.p.clion -
    TUBElESS BUCK YALl let LINE 4 PLY NYLON shows the- tire has failed
    WHITEWALL. under the terms of the guarantee Elsie 'Urban League' Francis returned from an
    IS8-13 1U3 *... 1vb.ey it win be repaired FREE or

    I5M4 UJ3 .."t.r. "t".glh . 18.77 at low Tire a credit City's toward option the we purchase will aU Urban 'league sumlt meet held recently in Atlanta. 3 Us. $1.00 DRUM STICKSLARGE
    of any other tire from us based
    IOM4 1U5 . 20.77 on unused mileage and the ono-
    t.-y'n: = rjTUBELESS Members of the League's staff who did not attend
    \ 158-14 21.13 ....fer..." . 23.77 readwtor mot purchosi or rood poce.hazard NOTE damage ROE 3 Ms. $1.00
    j .
    . 25.77 comed by fire.- the national meet InCallfronia were breifed on
    I7H5 17J3 ebon cut running while flat
    Tins ass .*...Y'..............we... . 25.77 unbalanced or willful abuse or maonipn.Jwh..b are excepted -I the happenings. TURKEY
    ----. from.rood hazard guar MUllETSIb. pkU
    7S8-15 2U3 ef frimtom fa pgd.rn.w antee.Your receipt must' be produced TAILS
    ::-=:= ... ...... f.***.. Af..p. at time of adjustment. s I
    Add S1H (fir .tt&W'STter.. ... ....... hr It coYsrs 6nj Bar
    yea sit
    --- .... It-. ....,.... .. ....... BEACBN
    hittnl ete ... ......... CUSTOMERSATISFACTION Wo. J. Brandt s Liquid FRESH YARD 23"



    SUPE1LUXTUIEUSS 650-IJ ... ... 2231 Regardless of how fang you keep Till cover tray hair In 10 PLENTY OF FRESH FRUITS & VEtETAILES
    750.14 ........ 27.0'1 your txs-five months or five Ho pack. No'cress.
    ILACKWAUS 100.14 ..... .. JeaI.-Ihese unique to 20 minutes.
    r 600-13 m 8/S5fl4 21.41 S50-14 ......%.. 32.41 or* valid. at Tn jth4 City.area No auonsn othertire Anyone can pot It on IJ'ljou
    151/1C0.131415 111-15 1SJ5 900.14 ........ 35.10 tees your tr'stcMnibfv as thoroughly and at hem*.
    758-14 1L3S TIMS 11.55 f i '760.15 ...... .. 32.41 to you. WILL NOT TDEf HAIR
    l 820-15 .. ... 35.80 dfad.-of these guarantees k
    "ID .U 11.55 7H-15 Mil i to SAVTyVfe money REDDISH

    858-14 Mil I' /p the M yw T.........the. .be...*..,....w.L .Ifs.. tins both and when while you you purchase use them.Th your. It will not rub off. It !nvifed
    ...... .. ..... Is hi CorJiall1
    ADD 1.00 rot WHm ee.fted keeping with TIre months.
    ....... fer .... .... City's stated policy of gMng stay on several }
    tiMiHeetl Mew finny Up te ...........M ii ....., Nit..ih u In buy any Bair .Jd'ro
    iSS Mem .....*o 20% eetefUeelier d.s.M ...... : $ vwttr Shampooing, sea bathing

    Thu.*............n.TfMtod'*. .....4.,Fly e..Nei.> e"Mytoej..... TINe 11% M.1..erJ Sw ..... ...tt........._-. ..0ateMer.... ....".'..;.'f.. ""'. .. __ sun curling permanent or straighteningironnothing waving, to see and Test Drive<<, 3 ieNeu


    TIRE CITY Ton can cover any gray ( 11
    SPECIAL hair no matter how stnb-
    bOrn or how cauled.BLACI pord and


    HERE'S WHAT WE PQ: .a .... N E iM..wq 5301 TOKHBCa IP FORD
    I permanent laying at
    I Nr-1( aIlLUII.U fL\ CAUTION: Use as directed BLVD.
    ; 4W MI ,on label. Colors: Black, BEACH
    Mil Li. JVST HAM* IKAKI.SAlANCI c.... s....--, 40S ILW. 111ft IOS PimMi ..... Dark Brown, Mtdlu Brown 5303
    IOTM FRONT WNCILS SU cat Aw. nz-SCIO ttt-osy
    WEIGHTS INCtU tC.tA price per box $2.50 plus
    l SA
    STfl 1NC ASSmttYCAIH
    UllY m$ ICT AiL WCDONf wia.tt
    IJ 5 K II$ Jt Jftt, FJ.

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