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: October 12, 1963
Frequency: weekly
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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).
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F Trio Condemned To Death Battle To Save Foundlina VOL 13-NO. 28 SATURDAY OCTOBER 12, 1963 15 S

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For Grocer's 1960 Slaying; : ( TIQ

.. .: Appeals. Court To Hear Motion .

Due to a last minute have taken place Mondayat /

stay of execution grantedby 8:30 in Raiford State .e .

a federal court here. prison but their execu- f-

three Jax men who were tion stay was extended ,; TRUCKER SHOOTING'

slated to die in the until Oct. 17 by Federal! :...

electric chair for the Judge Bryan Simpson. .

1960 slaying of a local The defendants defense, V _..96Y.
attorney. Carl Swanson, 4 f **** * * **
grocer during a robbery
attempt.have been granted claimed that voluntary Driver's Shooting, Damaged

if. confessions made by the J( : S Rape Of Minni Negro Girl
Truck FBI Into Cist
trio were inadmissable in Brings

t x state courts since the s By 3 Whites, Ss ]e roes
ai As the result of a tractor-trailer engaged
men had not been allowed'a t*-

defense counsel..thus 2 ,Seen Needing InvestigationBy in interstate commerce being damaged, the

being deprived of their FBI announced this week that is has entered
f constitutional rights by > ERIC 0. SIMPSON
into investigation of the ambush-shot-
p c. The case of a 15-year-old Negro girl allegedly -.
gunning which resulted in the driver being
c\ raped by six men--three whites and
; wounded here on Thursday night Sept.26.
,< three Negroes--took new turns during the -- I.. .. .- .- .- .. ..- .- .. .. .- .. .- ... ...- ..
'S Recuperating from seven
past week when: (1) a circuit Judge reduced
CALVIN F. THOMASa Y shotgun pellets receivedin for treatment.The .
4 c J' the rape charges against the suspects to
8 T w .yMYNAMEDThis his back is Augustus Father of five
motion to have their 'coiit ibuting to delinquency of a minor' ,
1408 W. StateSt. children and a wife said
cases reviewed by the U. Denson,
and (2) a juvenile court Judge ordered the
S. Fifth Court of Ap is the abandoned baby found two weeks ., a veteran trucker
peals in New Orleans it ,ats victim placed in the County Detention Home
S/ ago, outside Miami's Mays High School in Goulds. employed by Tamiami
was announced here for psychiatric treatment and protectionfrom

Wednesday. ) '* ,t' When found, he weighed one pound and 14 ounces and Intimidation. to contributing to the Freightways, located at

the defendants CalvinW. HAROLD SIMON was given little chance to survive. But the little 1214 Pearl St.
Thomas, 22; Willie This is the case that delinquency of a minor.
and Harold not getting a speedy fellow is putting up a fierce fight to live and Denson,* in an exclusive
Young 27. Justice has been draggingher After hearing a psy-
Simon 22. received death hearing by a magistrate doctor say he now shows much greater chance of interview this week, told
following their arrests. feet on, seemed to be chiatrist testify the
living in this cruel world in which he already has the STAR that he had been
winking at and, it would girl is a mentally ill
a S Phone ThreatsEmptta gotten a taste of 'cruelty. He has been named. Kendall psychotic and Metro of- directed to take an empty
appear,apparently giving

Fm"., Jackson-after_ ,the. two hospital to which be ..-,ecdiity. deal to=: -:".!. 'ficers', statement! that. trailer to St. Regis

was 'taken following his discovery-Kendall Hos- \ they did not believe she Paper Co. and to return
The 'girl had reported
Local Schools pital and Jackson Memorial. was forcibly assaulted with a loaded trailer to
being criminally assaulted -

ST. AUGUSTINE Con- Judge Schultz ruled the the Tamiami warehouse.He .
Radio Station Drops Lawsuit on August 23, by
fessions by three white insufficientto stated that he was
six men after she was
girls that they made AUGUSTUS DFNFFN
MIAMI There was every nouncers. returning, on East Port
bomb threats hold the men on rape pots Show Pellets
telephoned WMBM suit lured into a car by a
indication that a fued brought against
'Road West when he heardan
which caused momentary
between two Miami radio Hanna for quit- friend Willie Henry a charges. that he had been employed>
WILLIE YOUNG suspension of classes at
stations is about to The fact, however is explosion, thinking
Negro. But Metro police
five St. Johns County at Tamiami for some 13
sentences for the June break out into a real much of the evidence that that it was a blowout
Schools were announced discounted the victim s and that he at
9 1960 pistolslayingduring battle as Milton F.. Grits- years was
Wednesday by the St. story and called ita was brought out in the tire.
mark. attorney for Service -
an robbery attempt loss to understand the
Johns County School Broadcasters Inc. _.J before Damson said he then felt
death of grocer Eugene closed case with the result Juvenile
board. of station MRM the effects of the pelletsin reason for the iaet de1t.
Arnold Richardson. 44. occurredsome owners that it was not Judge Culbreath which led
The incident
There executions were to hinted taking legal action his back and continuedto Meanwhile, the FBI is
two weeks ago when against station until September 23-- to binding the men over
principals of the involved drive to the,Rock City conducting aa intensive
Dairy Queen. "'AMF. fully a month later-- to the Grand Jury was not
schools said that The fuss IB result of Box Co where county lovestigatloa.
shortly after noon, they that the men named by heard in the habeas corpus -
Negro disc-Jockey 'red police responded to the
Plans Hiring received telephone calls Hanna quitting MBM to PPFD HANNA the girl were brought hearing by Judge SCh- Barriers DropIn
bombs in the call and him first
that placed attorney gave
last Friday -
take recordspinningduties ting but
up before Juvenile Court ultz.
Of NegroesMIAMI schools would explode at with station WAV Grusmark asked The latest turn in the aid. He was later takento St. AvgvstfoST.
2:45 p.m. Ralph Cul- Judge W. R. CUlbreath for
Circuit Judge
which two weeks ago Duval Medical Center
-- Closed for Fire drills were then dismiss the breach On :ase case last Tuesday in
fired most of its white len to a hearing. September
several weeks, due to held and pupils remained personnel and announced anew of contract suit against Culbreath Juvenile court when Judge Ex LiberianOfficial's AUGUSTINE After
30, Judge in a
intermittent picketing away from the buildings the deejay. months of racial strife.
rhythm and blues type
demonstrations by Negro while authorities con- Grusmark hinted that continued hearing bound Culbreath after reviewing climaxed with the brutal
programming utilizing Negro -
groups the Dairy Queen ducted an intensive deejays and an. TMBM would take legal action the men over*to the Dade the gir)' a record and beating at a KB Klux
hire Negro the five Klan rally of for NAACP
will probably search of against WAMK. psychiatric report ordered Wife PassesFOPT
help a company facilities. Classes were County Grand Jury on officials reeeatly, the

spokesman stated Wednes- later resumed after Survives Freak Accident charges of rape and contributing her held in the County MYEPS (ANP) NAACP has scored a series

day. failure to find ex- to the delin- ,Detention Home. The girl Funeral services and of several breakthroughs -

The sotre. located in a plosives. burial were held last in the aatioa's
had been attacked before
predominately Negro area School Supt Douglas quency of a minor. week for Mrs. Luna oldest city.

located at NW 17th Ave. Hartley said the case The three white defendants and gave birth to a child Price. 83. wife of retired Lunch counters at Wool-

and 54th St. was pick- was 'broken when two about 'two years ago. former Liberian worth's and HcCrory's
were identifiedas
eted several timer/last girls--not connectedwith Culbreath pointed out Consul-General Dr. Fred- have been opeaed oa a-

summer by Cu\i 'ROlle. the fhreats--told Billie Griffin, 28, of erick A. Price.Preliminary desegregated baste and

president of the All classmates they knew who 1 Opa Locka Villas; Joseph that he was taking such serviceswere also Del Moaico's res-

Peoples Democratic Club made the calls. action in order to provide held earlier at the taurant. Three Negroes
Neff. 23, of 26 E. 17th
and members of his The three suspects do Corona Congregational have been hired as
the girl with the
group. not attend school and Street, Hialeah and Fa- Church. Corona, Queens clerks and cashiers at

Company Attorney Thomas two of them are already yette Yager, 33, of 3047 psychiatric care she ob- New York. three clothing stores.

5.Tranthea Jr. said that involved with the law NW 100th Street. viously needs and to Mrs. Price who had Deployment applications

another Dairy Queen located an official disclosed.On been visiting in New, are now being circulated
her troD being
at NW 14th Avenue recommendation of Last week, when it protect York with her husbandfor among the city's Negro

and 70th st. has been board attorney David seemed that Justice was molested or intimidated the past month suffered youth.

managed and staffed by Dunham the assistance oy any of the six defendants a fatal heart attack At Fairchild Aircraft
Negroes for several state attorney.sheriffs. about to prevail, des- at the Liberian eight persons have been

years. office and Juvenile department pite some unorthodox now facing Consulate home in Fast upgraded in their positions -

have been advised 5 trial. Elmhurst: and died laterin to work OB airplane -
handling of the case the
Corps OffersOpportunites to take further The child record shows Bronx hospital.The Interiors.
action it Old Gal Justice who mother of six According to a rofort
w u
necessary WILLIE J. JOHNSON, 45, II err!tt Island Pi a., sits delinquency and some
3 i t announced. stands, supposedly blindfolded children Mrs. Price was from NAACP Youth Field

calmly in his automobile awaiting help after he weakness of character well-known in the New Secretary Willie LwWeo
to color, race or I
D. Tne
struck a fence when he lost control of the car. which Bight well be the York area during .the 13- since the beating at the
estimates Cillt
Peace Corps Ky. religion was dealt a year period her husband Klan rally. may white
that it will require at Three-inch diameter length of pipe a part of the reason for her being so Mt
served Liberia'sConsulGeneral have OOM
serious blow. as persons
least 9.000 volunteers T. Pisiyiirtt fence, entered his neck above the left collar-bone easily lured. in New openly in support of
to meet the requests of In what Bight be con-
and emerged in his back above the right shoulder Opinion among Negro> York. NAACP efforts.
host country governments All Schttls. sidered a perfectly legal
in 1964. I blade Police sawed off pipe after 45 minutes and citizens in Miami is that Negro Seeks Public Office
maneuver attorneys for
These needs include: SHELBYVILLE. Ky. -. there IB more to this case 5 .
Johnson, who did not lose consciousness during ordeal -
5,000 teachers. 2.000 (ANP) All Shelby the defendants filed a thm meets the eye: --that OCALA PI a.--(AMP)-P nckney woodbary.defeated
underwent three-hour operation tor xeBoral of
co.munity development County schools will be t writ of habeas corpus and in his try for a City Council: seat in a oeeoial
is lot more to
there a
workers. 700 health work- Integrated on a ''treechoice t pipe. Be was reported in satisfactory condition. candidates
the outcome of the election here on July ISj !I. Bay be among
ers. 600 ,agricultural basis" next fall]l be told. The feeling it k
technicians and 700 and school officials ex-. * * 5 hearing was that Circuit for mayor and two cot tact t posts November S. ;
5' that the entire ass ;
t. skilled tradesmen, tech- pect no.serious problems I Wife->- to.stay-at-home- husband 'All I'm.. a&klng r;-isithat >: Judge George Schultz reduced needs to be thoronghlj r Woodbury- was. the"firsts N legro 5 to,. ,seek aa Ocala city
Bicia&s and professional in carrying out the t
,ers nel. plan. we burn the candle at ONE end' the charges of rape investigated. office in nearly 60 yean'.

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T', "t-1".. FLORIDA STAR" Politics As Usual:;'

Published. by The Florida Star Publishing Co ,:
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A United States Circuit Court of Appeal
*.- '%(ember of Associated Negro Press" It, ,'J.-.
was urged to break new ground in the judl- "' '

'[EMC 'I. SIHFS8N........._..MaMf* Ear ti i cial interpretation of the right of assembly ,.

ALYS8H L WISE..................News EMIr and petition in a case steming*

:.:: NfIA WliTEN.........CircilatiM .MII. .
Virginia. ;
.: : ,. That is a First Amendment right relatively

2323, H.l.-Neacrief Read.....Phone ELii 4-6782 TEACHING j ,: neglected in our jurisprudence, but
Mailing Address: AGAINST ::: one whose meaning should be clear in these

days of non-violent direct mass actionin
P. 0. Box 561, Jacksonville 1, Florida ,
NEGROES ,' "'- support of equal rights for our Negro

MIAMI OFFICE citizens, the American Civil Liberties....

I 738 NW 3rd Ate. Phone 3771125 Union declared in a friend-of-the-court..

brief filed with the court in Baltimore.
lie believe that what the courts ulti-
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F twu* in which the battle for
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.. civil rights will be fought in

Community Cooperation Pays Off the future and on the speed M

About one year ago, the General Manager, with which the battle will SIMPSON

I Al : Kiersey. of Radio Station 170BS approached I: f".c ultimately be won.'

YMCA officials and made a re- The ACLU brief urged the court to hold ,
unconstitutional an ordinance passed by
Quest.they asked permission to join with

the YMCA in spear-heading an advance cam the city of Danville during Negro civil ,. .

paign for funds in order to begin some rights demonstrations last spring and sum-

The ordinance 'regulated' demon-
projects at the YMCA's new ,site on Cleve- Your Weekly mer.

land Road. strations to such an extent that they were

,\ virtually prohibited. It prohibits demon-
In. the spring of this year the stationand

the YMCA faced their first important Horoscope Guide H strations and picketing that were noisy ,

that might promote violenceimpede trafficof
challenge when an anonymous donor offeredthe
pedestrians of vehicles and limited
Association 3000.00 provided an

picketing to the normal day tine hours when
equal sum could be raised. The challengewas

met, thanks to the team work of the By PABLO The ASTROLOGERWHICH businesses were open and to persons more

two organizations and today the first than 18 years old.
fruits of these efforts can be seen at the DAYS FOR 'The question. becomes one as to how the

YMCA. A beautiful all purpose court has constitutional guarantees of freedom of
speech, assembly petition are
been built, and a softball field for the
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kids. against the asserted power of the states

ARIFS -'NCFR 670331873673LITRA the 17th you may per- and their municipalities to provide for
As a result the YMCA's membership has increased Born March 21st thru thru ceive that there couldbe
Born Jt'ce 22nd the health and welfare of their
April 19th ,
as more adults have joined to take You cannot through J"l:' 22nd Born Sept. 23rrl thru. another way to attain -
go Oct. 23rd your major objec citizens, the ACLU brief declared. 'The
advantage of these fine facilities.The life entirely on your
The thought of romanceis The of behavior tives. If you don't expect overriding principle must be the double
as it takes collec- course
big job is still ahead however, but own. a very appealing one, big results too
tive effort to consti- that has been heretofore theconstitutionalrights
but it also lead intoa preferred position of
we feel this is a fine example of coop- can outlined to you shouldbe soon, you should make
ture and maintain mod-
trap for those who are in of all
questionpreferredfirst '
steady progress. Count ,
eration in which corporation followed scrupulously -
a private ern society. Your Quali- inexperienced or not
during his third qua each step forward as a because the language of the Fourteenth '
working with a social agency nas done ties of leadership are fully in control, ,' of their significant victory and
generally recognized. sentimental reactions. ter. The lunar period Amendment is mandatory in its injunotionto -
something worthwhile for our youth.We that starts on the 17th pause long enough to
They will be utilized in
thirty-day period that plan the next advance the states not to make or enforce any
salute Station OBS fcr this fine ways that will serve indicates that atten-
begins on the 17th relates -
tion is focused with your customary cau- law abridging the privileges of immunities I_ _
others without encroach- on you
spirit they have shown and also recom- to the home family tion and
ing on your individual and the outcome de and on your actions. You efficiency. High of citizens, or depriving persons of life,
mend this type of act to other businessesin you cannot afford to create connections would be of
rights or liberties. The sire. It would not do to liberty and property without the processof
the Community. invaluable help when you
cycle that begins on the things wrong impressions, and.
press againstthe you can best do this by possess them. If not itmay law, or denying them the equal pro-
Leaders Hail Strong Staid 17th confirms that associations tide of circum-
are a vital stances or the letterof setting the examples in be about time to tection of the laws. Preferred, once more,
Of President style and in cultural figure ways and means of
Against Racism At UN part of your endeavorsto
the law.as this could acquiring them in the because out of the gamut of protected
pastimes. Continue to
succeed and to find
President John F. Kennedy's impassioned leave you exposed to foster closer personaland least possible time. freedoms that are within the sweep of the
security Continue to some sort of penalty.
appeal for the advancement; of hunan rightsin seek advice from those public relations in 5-100-66-19-32-516 Fourteenth Amendment, the Supreme Court

his speech before the United Nationshas who are old in the 490551721495LEO order to promote what- AQUARIUS has taken those of press, speech and re- *
world's ways. ,ever interests you most.
been hailed around the world. 2-30-44-15-58-234 Born Jan. 20th thru ligion and placed them in an even More exalted -
350221449352T. Born July; 2rd thru Feb. 18thIf
The President cited the determined efforts SCORPIOBorn position.'
.'PUS Aug. 22nd Oct. 24th thru your present businessor
of his Administration to rid America Born April 0tb thruMny : official responsibilities There is no legal prohibition against a'
The pen is mightierthan Nov. 2nrt
of racism and struck a direct blow at 20th the swaor and an The period that is have become too large assembly, or a noisy one, said the

the Union of South Africa when he stated : There are many more idea can conquer new being inaugurated on the irksome you' can look brief. Yet the ordinance presumed to for-
favorable indicationsfor worlds. This is the 17th is one that shouldbe forward to the day when
'We. -"are opposed to apartheid. and all forms the Taureans who are philosophy you should devoted to confident this situation will be bid: 'All assemblies and picketing shall

of human oppression.' truly anxious to satisfy adopt from now on. es- tial matters, intimate reversed. The changing be peaceful and unattended by noise and

their yearnings and who relations and the solu- lunar phase should en-
specially when have
United Nation's delegates from the countries you
boisterousness and there shall
r are not afraid of the, learned, perhaps painfully tion of handicapping courage you to take a be no, '
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of Africa and Asia broke into applause work involved.This shouldbe that the more problems. You must first harder look at what the shouting, clapping or singing of such ,a)_t

.as President Kennedy warned: 'Our a rather productive primitive methods have establish serenity in future holds for you and nature as to disturb the peace and tranquility -
period, but you must also inner self before in what manner you can 'M
been found
sadly want- your
concern' the right of all men to equal '.'
guard against dissipatingtoo ing. The phase that is you can build up the go about changing the of the community. ,
protection under the law--and since human much in ad- selfassuranceto elements that displeaseor the form
energy now beginning is slatedto necessary 'So long as 'speech is principal ,
rights are indivisible, this body cannot ventures or riotous be an intellectual meet the world and frighten you. it is communication of
of human persO
still groups
apparent that the
living. Romance can take one. meaning that its people on equal
stand aside when those rights are abused you
you by surprise. If you should concentrate your terms. Very favorable' key to the whole ques- gathered for the purpose of protesting

and,....;neglected by any member state.'' are among the unwed, mental powers on the 'influences should back tion Is the total of real or imagined wrongs will inevitably

African and Asian newspapers are hailing this state of affairs solution of your pro- you up in anything you your accumulated savingsand produce some 'noise' ,' the brief noted.
may be changed with decide or undertake, other tangible hold-
blems and refrain from especially -
the President for his forthright admission
: Ings. therefore is not prohibition oa
whirlwind rapidity. Thoseof the use of coercive mea- in your social This, ,

of"racial difficulties in .America and for you who have previously sures altogether. You and domestic circles. 8-50-49-12-95-859 noisy assemblies and picketing. It is a

his pledge to use all the coral and legal tied the knot should could be unconquerablewhen 9-40-55-18-26-945 PISCES '
make effort to prohibition on all assemblies.
an recapture -
resources of the Presidency in the struggle you surround your- SAGITTARIU Born Feb. 19th thru r
the glamour that accompanied self with supporterswhose Born Nov. 23rd thru March 20th
,:against< racial and religious intolerance the period' of counsels are worth Dec. 21st Limiting picketing to business hours ef'a

: at home and abroad courtship. their weight in gold.78J881384768 The start of a new phase day would prevent many persons from
Those who have been
may should give yon a freer
The_ section of the speech which brought 210331737213G hesitant to declare for ,hand in the managementof demonstrating, the Civil Liberties DRieR

I the President warm applause from the F M! I N I VIRGO or against you up till your assets and brief pointed out, as would denying the '

world leaders is as follows: Born Jure May 21st 21st thru Born Aug. 23rd thru now' seem better disposedto financial transactions. right to picket to any person leas t&f1.

Sept. 22nd take a acre positive Adopt a stricter savings
But: man does not live by bread alone-- The start of a new lunar stand quite likely in program when you have 18 years old.Attorneys .

and members of this organization are committed phase is always con- phase The thirty-day that begins on lunar the your favor. Your hopes been too free with your who filed the brief for the

sidered Quite importantas land friendships are expenditures and convince '
,by the Charter to promote and res- 17th confirms that you brought to the ACLU were cooperating attor ey Pec
indicating the time being any others who are
pecthunan rights.. Those: rights are shutdown when fresh influences are will have to devote even fore by the start of a. Joined to you to follow Weiss of New York and Fred WeUgal t
greater attention to
,.' when a Protestant 'Church cannot opena operative in whatever your earnings profits new lunar phase Even if your example. It cay be Baltimore, Md. and Melvin, L. Waif, 1ego.
line you are presentlyinterested. you feel shaky Inside time to do some auditingand :
mission, when a Cardinal -forced into sales and purchases. director of the ACLU. .
You will have you should put up a to find out what yon '< _

hiding, or when a crowded church serviceis to consult your heart In- Although quite yon capable generallyare of brave front and convince can do to carry out your OUR PAST THIS WEEKI. ,

bombed. The United States of America stead of your friends to those involved In your good Intentions to build ".,. .
looking after your own October 13 1863--War Department ordered
determine your main pur- affairs that you have assets for future
up your "
opposed to discrimination and persecution interest there ..a'besale
poses. Romance and the nothing to hide You nay security. You could enlistment of Negroes for Civil War Serviced
on.grounds of race and religion anywherein doings of those yon love who are not aboy.tr.ing be somewhat concerned obtain whole-hearted cooperation October 15 1870--The Colored (now Christian '

the world including our own nation. best are rather prominent to sep you up as about an ailment which provided your '
a logical victia. As ) Methodist Episcopal Church was or-
and they may influenceyour you cannot Identify. arguments are convincing
We'are* working' to right the wrongs of our decision to a con- long as you refuse to be 3-20-11-15-59-321 and icpresslve>> enough. ganized in Jackson, Tenn. Name was changedin
talked Into
: country.Keep. siderable extent. Your
own. 1956
'that you cannot see or CAPRICORN The desire to make your
long-range plans shouldnow
verify, they are not apt Born Dec. 22nd thru ark or to draw atten- October 16, 1859--Shcrrard Lewis Leary -
freedom In future with crystallize provided
yew to get very far. Be especially Jan. 19th tics to yourself is the follower of abolitionist John Brown
they have not done so Negro ,
US.: SAVINGS BONDS heretofore. distrustful of With a new lunar period very one that can make
unfamiliar trouble for you.1TOH1S37174. was killed at Harper's Ferry Va. (now
persons off to a -
getting promising
rid C.d. ,ONr.w..t Len et t&E. teMi.i+y.
1-30-22-16-43-132 propositions. start, early on West Virginia). =:


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Annual Event Celebrants .- BIRTHS ..Ladies i -Fall

I SociaIy Speaking r : :Fashions Discussed
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Evans;

1115 Harrison St.; Girl '. :When ladies meet fashion

The West Thirteenth Street home of Henry and ';:; ;; ;' Mr. and Mrs. Tuinous is inevitably a topic

Elizabeth Jasaln provided the setting for the first ,Howard; 612 Florence for conversation. This

eetine of Allegro Bridge, Club. Lois Jones was 'Street; Boy. 'Was the case when recently -
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Mrs. Elsie Archer

guest player. : -a -: King; 1804 W. 33rd St. ; McCall :Pattern Fashion

Top scorers in the bridge session included Genera Faw Girl. Consultant aa f Louise

Henderson, Elizabeth Redding, and Vivian Ingram. :aa Mr. and Mrs. Walter Prothro" of the Public
,Purdy 1701 Garden St. ; Relations
Lucille Clark, Rebecca Martin, Sadie Till is Department
Girl. Pet Milk Conpaay. met
Luther James, Margaret Mitchell, Julia Hazzard, Mr. and Mrs. Charles recently In Los Aqel e ,
and Vivian Manigault were among other members % Roundtree' : 1330 W. 19th. California.. The result
fi Street; Girl. was a thoroughly womanly
Mr. and Mrs. Lester., talk-fest on fall fash-

..e.e..e.e..i..e..e... .1' Norton; 4254 Katanga' ion forecasts with

; Dr. N. ; Girl. plenty of timely tips,
q s= F Mr. and Mrs. CharlieLaw The words! of wisdom will

Maria Yvette is the new addition to the James: L. ; 2018 W. 13th St. ;' be heard on the "?et
: "
Lewis family of 1211 West Tenth Street. She put in SM Girl. Milk Showcase radio
i Mr. and Mrs. .Jo m FIsher -- program- -an interview
her appearance October 2 at Brewster Hospital,
; 2806 Wilson St. ; series scheduled three

tipping the scales at 7 pounds and 10 ounces. : Boy. times weekly on radio

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel stations in 31 major
Both Thelma and her
new daughter are enjoying ex-
I Harris; 2774 Hamilton cities across the oea
cell entfchealtb. LI
-;. : : Cir. ; Girl. try.
F w __ Mr. and Mrs. Freddie The host on the Kt1r-

.' :; i.ee..e.e..e.ee.e..e :; Daniels: 7323 Wilson case" series Sid McCoy -

I r ,Blvd. ; Boy. dubbed the Flsie
Mr. and Mrs. Cornel C. Archer and Louise Pro-
Lois Izzard was guest player when Classy Lassies .e., Lewis; 1552 W. 27th St. ; thro show "strictly for

Bridge Club met recently at 2571 Wisteria Road. Girl. the girls Mrs. Archer

Mr. and Mrs. David predicts great
acceptance -
Juanita Williams was the season's first hostess.
Hodge: 1412 Harper St. ; for the new"sportive"
Geneva Henderson, Dorothy Oliver, and Joan Spaul-
.. ....... t Girl. look this
{ $fa ., -::-"" -
ding victors in the and Mrs. James sweathers and
were bridge session. Mr. fall.Bulky
OFFICERS MEMBERS and guests of the Astronauts Carter, treasurer; Mrs. Beatrice Burroughs, vice
Wiley; 1334 W. 21st St. : rich tweedy fabrics will
Minnie Gadling, Grace SykesMargaret Starkes, Club auspiciously celebrated the president Mrs. Carrie Smith and .
Charity Savings ; Mrs. Sylvia John Girl. be used for both day and

Margaret Mathis and Alveta Allen were among members organization's annual party at Curtis Taylor's jon. Other members are Donell Hall, Leonard Ward Mr. and Mrs. Johnny late day wear. The prac-

prfsent. spacious 'Club Eldorado recently. The evening was and Ulysses Bailey. Guests present wereMrs. Davis; 611 Washington tical hoot, once worn
Street;, Girl. only in inclement weather -
'.., ,'J pleasantly spent with dancing and playing of games, Ophelia Le Nain, Mrs. Katie Hugh, Johnny Haines, on sidewalks
and Mrs. John snowy
?1 ......._......................i. : .. Mr.
: and a sumptuous dinner was served. Members seated if.B.. Hammond, Mrs. Nellie Artimus, Mrs. Beatrice Graham; 7045 Ken Knight will be adopted as Mi-
Drive Girl. lady's trick accessory.
from left are: Mrs. Coles Austin, Mrs. Jettie Milburn, Thomas CUmmings, Mrs. Cleo Cook, Willie ;
Theora Leggins hosted the first meeting of the Mr. and Mrs. Malachi Boots have climbed to
Scott, Mrs. Verna Long, secretary;, Mrs._ Burdell Frank Collier, Mrs. Mattie McGriff, James Cummingsand Johnson; 1019 W. 6th St. astounding heights, with

season for Entre Nous Bridge Club, held in the Bailey, president. Standing from left: Mrs. Minnie Mrs. Lillian Smith. (Royal Art Photo) Boy some even covering the

Mr. and Mrs. James C. knee. Boots also have*
Drive home of Wesley and Frances Johnson.
African Nations5 Victory Smiles! ? APPLICATIONS FOR Lewis; 1211 W. 10th St. ; have gone to extravagant
Vernal Glover and Da isy Gil Hard were guest play
Girl. lengths to appear in the
:ii ers the latter qualifying for guest prize. -. ;'J MARRIAGE LICENSES Mr. and Mrs. John most exquisite fabrics
Plan World ;
Club prizes were presented to Lauretta J. Timmons,. ( Thos. L. Taylor 1055W. Scott; 1733 Everson Ct. ; and furs for day and for
Gky Beaver St. 45 and
Girl. evening wear.
Alctonia:: Seabrodts, and Camilla Thompson. :
Fair ExhibitsNFT Lucille Rigglns. 1056 w. Mr. and Mrs. Randolph )Most exciting of all,
Other participants In the meeting included Ruth Beaver Street 40. Wright; 1424 W. 2nd St.; fall clothes have found

Myers, Doris Bennett, Charlotte Stewart, Mozelle YORK (ANP) At Monroe WcCone, 1130 w. Girl. again the figure of the

least five ,African na 12th St. 71 and Fva Mae Mr. -and Mrs. John Mc- wearer and the feminine
Bruton, Frances Johnson, Elizabeth Jones, and Helen
t'ionsbaye already signed Noisette 2425 Myrtle Clenton; 1631 W. 20th look is back. This trendis

Hart. contracts for pavilions Avenue, 49. Street; Girl. evidenced by longer
In the New York World's John Smith. 1526 West fitted Jackets and full
Mr. and Mrs. Warren
............................ Fair--1964-65. which 22nd St. 22 and Odessa Smith; 3335 Belfort St. sleeves. Skirts sweep to
opens April 22. of next Ivey 717 West Adams St. ; the floor for eveningsat
year. 20. home or on the town
Mr.! and Mrs. Leon.Gonzalez
Josephine Cleveland and Myrtis Thomas were guest Among 26 nations with Frederick M. Paul 1314 whitner St. and they are made of
official pavilions are Kingston. Jamica. 27 and ; ; deep rich pile fabricsin
players when Les Elites r" i11 I
Bridge Club met last Friday 9i Roy.
Sierra Pauline 1566
Guinea. Leone Lewis W. extraordinary colors.To .
*evening at the Lincoln Country Club. -.1' < the Sudan and the 4th Street 19. Mr. and Mrs. Isaiah sum it up. Mrs.
United Arab Republic. Daniel JordanJr. 1439 Smith;. 4811 Tennessee -
Annie Bell Minatec Archer advises that this
president, presided over the :
Morocco! is among 11 privately Madison Street 24 and Street; Girl fall season yon may go
club-sponsored meeting. Mr. end Mrs. Jessie
sponsored pa- Glorian M. Roberts 467'E. "grand lady" in your
Prizes awarded viliong representing 23rd Street Si. Adams; 961 N. Clay Ft. ;
were Myrtis Thomas, guest; .. clothing selection. He-
countries that observeda Clarence P. Prince 626 Boy.
Alvenia Scriven, and Elizabeth Jones. Call pattern guides lead
1961 boycott by 30 CONFIDENT SMILE--Miss Sylvia Hart, who was recently W. Puvnl *t.2C and Mary Mr. and Mrs. Odel the way to the new ele-
Attending the meeting were: Ann McIntosh, Maxine member states of the Helen Montx 626 w. fuyal) Blair; 915 billiard Ft.;
for the creative
selected 'Miss Claw' gance
Tiger by members of Edward Boy.
Jackson Johnnie Mitchell Marie McClain, Irma Bureau of International Street 25. WCHTfln.
Expositions or stayed Waters College's Tiger Claw school publication,
Murray,, and Vernal McOJne.t. .
away for other reasons. feels confident that the local Tigers will claw
The Fair has failed to
............................ win a formal endorsement out a victory, over one-touchdown favorite-Albany BLENDED WHISKY, SI PROOF'li% GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS can SCMENUY DISTILLERS! CO NYC

: .'.; from the bureau State Rams when the two teams face one another Sat-

Margaret Starkes and Vivian Jefferson were guest There are tentative urday night at o'clock in Myrtle Avenue Ball
commitments from private
players when Gems Bridge Club met last Friday groups which include the Park. The Rams were the Southwest Athletic Con -

evening at the ft. Russel Robinsons' Pearce Street African' Union and the ference's 1962 champions and Coach Jack Paul's

home. Malagasy Republic, Tigers were runners-up. Miss Hart is a Jax native.

.. . . . . .. Officials have announced -....
that the "bil Educator Visits MilesDr.
lion-dollar fair" is I

Next week-end will be a big event for Bethune and picking up mernentun despite Edward Brice. Direc- paration must be made

Benedict fm s.This is a special reminder to readersto foreign snubs end tor of U.S. Adult Educa- for training these per-
a slow growth of New tion Branch. Washington sons for new and more
enjoy activities sponsored by the Bethune- York Interest. D.C. was in Birmingham complex skills.

Benedict Classic Committee.The Coronation: ,Ball will Virtually all the for a series of con-
) countries' pavilions ferences
with the
be held at Civic Auditorium and the game, of course Birmingham -
will offer samples of power structure Strictly MetaphysicalThe
-4 will be at the Gator Bowl. BK THERE! -national production concerning the settingup

cultural activities and of an Adult Education :

44 now its Pepsifor entertainment.In Program.Dr. .

-4 Brice a long-time

Redbook friend of Dr. Pitts
I :
those who spent a day on the Miles
"If tbe vibitt world could understand -
bow the non-white bat College Campus bringingthe *
ThinkyoungIll bid hostility trampled into him College uptodateon p

t IllFe for 41 hundred years, then the the new trends in sr4ji _
white world wOllltlh.gi. to adult education.At .
understand the problem they a 12:00 luncheon _
have give us to unravel in the
., .". : given in his honor Dr.
lives of these chilJ- !
.... Brice expounded at great ;
T NOT length on the Importanceof .

.e adult education. He ,
said "education is a \

UKECHIlDREN continuing process infusing -1) IR6aERVE..
our whole lives--
; internationally renowned -
t ., not as a possession but
:.. ;. I Hernia S.F. No-
as a set of guiding
bileo D. D. Ph. D. .
principles which we can the Saint
v founder of
use to solve our problemsof and Pas-
Hernia Seminary
3 K Sr
Our laws don't bind these chil.I I living. It is primarily tor metaphysician of the

+ dren. Our ambitions don't through adequate use First Church of Metaphysical !
7r touch them. And contrary to I of educational processes science Inc. tiAI2EiL3RESERVE

popular opinion, a shiny new that we, both as individuals of Jacksonville Florida

school building wont help I and as groups, offers to the general
rJ them much. can hope to realize our
public a complete con-
They ate "culrurallj deprived -
1 ultimate values and as-
." Their lives densed course in (text-
are so
pirations. We must learn'to
barren of seemingly normal experiences I live. We cannot hopeto book form) of The Phi- '.
that they can't begin losophy of Metaphysical
with the'problems
4 tO"ffctyprvj the simple thing cope healing and the influence "
'. 'w that most of us tike for granted. I of living and to that mind has ...the.life of your party!

.... And,vet,there is hope. maintain a normal place over the physical body
More to the outdeer Be sure to read this for ourselves in this
people are taking surprising of man for the sum of
on the nation's complex age without education -
report worst
life....and taking Pepsi along I schools and the children who serving the old All$10.00 checks postage and paid. Steaks..Sociability..and Schenley turn a part Into something s. it W.Schenley'

Pepel's tparkllng-claan taste li P1'C0 inhabit them. Don't miss ia well as the young/ orders made payable money to puts life in your drinks. Makes them tastier, smoother.. with the biter quality of

never too sugary or sweet OCTOBERREok He further stated that: the First Church of straight whisky mellowed,. 8 full years before blending with grain neutral spirits. -

the unemployment rate Metaphysical Science When you entertain, Serve: Sociable Schenley. : and put life in *your party'!
Think young-say"Pepel I, ptoeeel"i adults la .
among greatly Inc. P 0. Box 9427 ,A .
I ? ..._........N"N4"MNNNN.1..1.i M*.. Mf- .I... mii .e1eN.fr now on sale. at all newsstands Increasing and that >pre Jacksonville 9.. pi a.


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t f Prayer Band Woodliwn Presbyterian Church Program PrincipalsSUNDAY Holy Church Of Fountain Chapel

CHURCH NOTES "." ,.. '" ...... > God
";f'.. ,'<'.:. 'r The Living .
Sets Program :;; JT L,N. PFJP.SCN. SP. zation to follow. May r. 'T;>"- "'" .., "" '. ..., AME Church'
their efforts A. Sabbath School will
.Sunday. October 13. the crown .
Here' Sunday c- with success. open at 10:30 a.m. with Mortgage Day will be
Church School
i begins at y ,
9:30 a.m. with T.V. Huger All men of the churchare Superintendent R.L. observed Riady. Rev. F.
asked to meet immediately w. Jones pastor, announced. -
surerintendent in charge. Coleman in charge of
\ after the Sun- All sewbers are
The Morning Worship ser-
j mon.Both choirs will support day-Morning worship ser- ,. devotions and Deacon urged to give fall cooperation -

the rite in their vice. Business of im- : '. t.r Coleman will be pianist- in svpsort of
portance. ti'I.; the trustees.
regular winter uniforms accompanist. Lesson for
'. Sunday School will
with Mrs. Pudyne Watsonat Tuesday. October 15. Bat
and Westminster the week will be 'Leadership 9:30 with
1 sy {Air the organ. The United both the United aa.

choir will wear black choirs will rehearse in Crises' Superintendent u. rook
in the church atR:00 and teachers in cjrarge.
robes end the Westminster Classes will be instructed -
Consecration service begins -
p.m Wednesday.
choir will wear maroon'
robes. October 16. Flder CharlesL by Deacon COleman at 11 a.a. Rev.

The United Presbyterian James and Deacon Katie sister P. McTier Jones is requesting that
Pictardson will directMidweek all choirs and ushers be
Women are featuring n and Sister A. Stubbs.
at their posts prior to
prayer servicein >; :\t..
'Pew Pally" during the ;e]:"
Morning worship service the ronference room of Elder D. Faulk, pastor the 11:30 a.E. service.

MRS. MYRTIS SHOOTESrA and Mrs. Dannie Ladling the church at 7:30: p.m. will review the lesson. The sernoR will be delivered -

the president of this Sunday. October 20, will by a visiting
\.!!spiritual pineapple organization.who is doinga he known as Laymen Day. Sabbath evening school minister since the pastor -

sir will feature a pro- coirirenc'ab'le job as president The men of the church service begins at 3 p.r. is confined at tone

Braun; Sunday. Oct 13 by will have charge of the with illness.All .
is all
'Piinn's Prayer Band No Morning-Worship service. RECITALISTS---The Tonettes Trio, all of whom are members: of the New Stan- and will continue members who have
members, visitors and
2 _at 3:30: p IT in Vt friends to contribute The public is invited to ton High School Glee Club, and are classed among the top musical talent of the through sundown.YPU failed to pay their Conference -

Herman Club House, 7th generously to this pew attend. city, will be featured during a recital Sunday, Oct.13 in Trinity Baptist begins at 6 p.m. dues to date are
and Johnson Streets. urged to do so immediately -
rally to help in this Masons To HearMarshall Church at 8:30 P.m. The Trio consists of Candice Witherspoon, Anita Carr and with Mrs. Pearl McTierin
Mrs. F. Dunn will be the
drive. Our church is badly -
principal speaker during in need of money to Judge Constance Murry. Other program highlights will be presented by: Henry Lawrence charge. A program in Budget book is still

the program featuring help enuin our kitchen, The Poyal Arch Masons Sandra Roberts, Detra Belcher, New St. James AME Church's Choir 3. Hostesses behalf of the buildingfund open. If menbers failedto
wellknown local people. pay dues in Nay payments -
beautify our church of District comprising will be comprised from members of Gi-Jur-Lees Club and their escorts, namely get underway Wed-
Mrs. Myrtis Shootes is no.nts to
grounds, purchase church Duval County, will observe '
the president of the Joan Davis, Fmily Elliott, Shirley Dent, Lennie Hilliard Lorraine Murry.; Marcia nesday, Oct. 2 at 7:30 $4.on. For those who did.
literature et cetera. 7erubbabel Day

sponsoring organization.The The United Presbyterian Sunday October 13th in Silas, Deloris Witherspoon, Thomas A. Jackson Howard Wright, David Graves, Joe p.m. The Feast and Har- present dues carrying
public is invited. through to November amount -
Women organization is Hill&r Florida. Mc- Allen, Isaiah Ellis, Remus Johnson, Clarence Anderson, James Walker, Bruce vest night service is to *2. 00.
QUIET OAKS srar-}>eadin a financial Near Chapter of Hillard,
Oars squeak' Fix Vm quiet drive Williams, Michael Johnson, Tonettes escorts: Bernard Ducka, Frank Dancy, James scheduled for Oct. 9. On At 7 p.m. the choirs
es a pattern for Peverend T.F. Webb.
.liy ruMjinir n the pin before will offer
instTtinir soap'| into> the lock our other church or Rnl- High Priest is host. Allen. Adrian (Ken) Knight will be master of ceremonies. The public is invited. Oct. 10th, services will vice.Service a gets song underway ser--

House (Photo by Royal Art Studio) be held all day begin-
Served In Georgia at 7:30. Weekly

ning at 10:30 a.m. prayer service begins at
I Metaphysical St. Hermia Seminary Joke Of The Week
7:30: p.m. Tuesday. Class
R :! I''' Prayer and tarry ser-
iII By Alneritta Cross meeting starts at 8 0'
Begins Registration Opens Nov. Fourth vices are slated every
; { COLLECTOR-See here. You clock. Choirs will rehearse -

e uSx. are behind seven weeks, Tuesday night. Bible Wednesday at 7:30
has begun at the Saint Hermia Sani-
on the piano payments. classes are scheduled p.". The president expects -

nary for the 1963-1964 term. PUFCHASFP--The Company all Members since

Curriculum consists of courses in Mental Efficiency advertises 'Tay as you every Friday night from business of importance.

Play' and I can't play 7 until 9 p.m. will be discussed.
the Solar Plexus, General Metaphysics, yet..

IL1T 'rP .. and the Philosophy of Metaphysical Healing. Most Schedule Sundayts Concert

courses may be taken individually by correspondence -

as well as in the class room. Upon satisfactory ) < 1

completion of the entire course, a diplomatttttttttttt

will be issued.
ar's ration persons are to
: Tne Saint: Hermia Seminary -
contact the registrar, }
xi which is an affiliate ,
I or the Metaphysician
s of the First
Hermia S.E. Nobileo at
Church of Metaphysical
the office. 3210 Fdge-
Science. Inc. receivedits
wood Avenue, Vest, Jack-
Charter from the
sonville 9. Florida xs, .
i State of Florida in
Guest residence with t '
i 1959. Upon graduationfrom
private bath, or connect-
the Feminary.branch
: d ing bath is availablefor
schools may be set up by
those that
its graduates under the
physically; or mentally
protection of the
tired. The building is -
1 ir Charter.The. .
___ Colony is located air-conditioned and
centrally h3 ated. For -
on three and a half
reservations callPO
acres of well shaded
s 5-3916. or write The
land which affords
Colony Box 9427, Jack-
pleasant physical recre-
{ sonville 9, Florida.
ation. An undenomina-

tional Chapel is opened

4 daily for mental concen- Church Of Christ 1

tration and meditation;
Written In Heaven
:t spacious libraryclassroom

combination; beautiful -
Activities at the Churchof
dining roo and Christ
Written in CENTRAL CME CHURCH'S auditorium will be the scene of an outstanding
DU.TINGUISlfILFADERnThp late Hon. (Rev.) Williams H. Rogers, a former most iodern+ kitchen to Heaven, 1434 Kings Pd. ,
accommodate daily students musicale Sunday night, Oct. 13th at 8 o'clock when top-ranked Ebneezer
representative in the Georgia Assembly from McIntosh ootY--1902 through Bishop J.C. Blakely
a limited pastor are as follows: Trio will appear in a benefit concert. The Trio's repetoire includes
1907--was the father of Albert Rogers of Jacksonville. The distinguished number of boarding stu-
dents. Sunday School at 10 a.m unique but pleasing arrangements consisting of spirituals, folk songs,
ergyman-statesrran followed in the footsteps of his father, the Hon. with Mrs. Forma McClendonand
The Colony also has classical and semi-classical, all-tine favorites. Shown frog left are:
Amos R. Rogers who served in the Georgia Assembly during an 18781879term. teachers in charge.
facilit ilRhle forte
Rev. Rogers resigned his post in 1907. es.nv Noon day sermon will be Mrs. E.W. Hurley, director-accompanist; Walter Blackman, teeor; John
I weddings, business
luncheons banquets, delivered by the pas- James, second tenor and Powell Stukes bass. The public is invited. Rev.
is also
tor. Sunday
I club meetings which W.C. Flanagan is host pastor.
I 'Trustee Day.
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will accommodate from
1i YPC meets at 6 p.m. n
i 5 to 150 persons. with Mrs. S.M. Brown and OBITUARIES

E Classes are scheduled teachers in charge. Mrs.. Willie Floyd Munford J
P Yet' to begin on November
Dorothy Blakely will 3810 Brick Toad.
4tb.nnrf continue through
,, i oc noNS tosESYE V,.T 4th. For application serve as pianist-ac- Agnew Pay 750 Court
at the rralor '
companist fc Blodgett Homes.
blank end further infor-
+ non
services. Clifford Gills 737 Min- 41114

R. L. C. WilliamsWill Mary Kelly Brown, nie Street.

talented vocalist and Mrs. Mary Duffey 1126

Where You See Both Sides of the Meat You Buy Address Pueen of the National Jackson Street. -

IF YOU DON'T KNOW MEAT KNOW YOUR BUTCHER Club Sunday Youth Department of Mrs. Catherine Pouncy -';

Churches of Christ smith 1465 W. 5th St. : ,

,Repeat A SELL OUT! Written in Heaven will Ned Patterson 1096 W.

be presented in a recital 19th Street.

and will also attempt Gathers 263
JUST RECEIVED -100 of These x
Only to retain her Osceola Street.

.. U.S. GOVT GRADED crown during a 3 p.m. .Mrs. Lula Smith, Issac,

; BABY BEEF program Sunday. Oct. Hasting.Mrs .

l 20th in the church audi- Fstella Magwood,

Cia torium. 1129 Spearing Street.




BABY BEEF L. we tut. wrap Mer Von's

A'o Dealers or Deliveries at These Prices Prominent in local civic

activities Robert L. C. KEN KNIGHT
Williams will be the Phannacy

i.. LB.23c featured speaker Sunday **
when the Sepia Ladies Invites You To Listen To-4

observe their annual 2735 West Edjewoad Aienae

WILSON'S GRADE "A" HBTURKEYSjS program Sunday beginning "HYMN TIME"Starting
afternoon In the A.L. Let Us Fill Yccr Next Prescription

Lewis YWCA.

L!. A native Jaxon. Mr. We Pick Up & Deliver Free S

S Williams was educated in At
Wife Aswteit Of Patent Medicines
the locals schools, attended -
Florida A&M. Ccsictics SBfldries ConfectioneryPlease 9:45 10:00 p.m. ;

LI29C Walker College and the
DePorrest School of Dial PO 5-4485 ox PO 5-1582 Nightly

Fleetrnnics in Chicago.He I.D. Harris Reg. Pharm.

4t served with the u.F. .. 1400 -; WRHC 1400PAGE
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Chkqp Qwfe JM Hew Qwrttrs; Young Star Meets TopFlightersIT I Police Ordered Students In Interracial Colleges

1 Out Of MeetingSELMA Top Nat1! Averages Despite Hairfkaps

Mild Mora Htlp Contributes Ala.--(ANP)---
f Three white policemen, including NEW YORK (ANP--Negro students la inter racial eeiieges

CHICAGO--(ANP)--Chlc go's famous Harris quadruplets last r a state officer, were told perform well DOve the national average overcoming both peer

week moved Into a building bought by their mother's parentsand they were not welcome and preparation and cultural lacks at home

at least will escape the prospect of having adequate shelter asked to leave a voter registration This was reveled last week
reason, compared with" a
during the oncoming of the winter months. ; meeting attended by 800 by Richard L. Plaut, president national average of 40 per cent
in the First of the National Service and
Despite the fact that the Negroes Baptist .
dropouts from all eau 3, Including -
received. She disclosed thata Scholarship Fund for
church here last week. Negro
Harris Quads'----Shawna.
baby food company continuesto the leaders of the Students, In the organization's academic fetkare.
Shannon Sherry and Sheena----
all the formula ; -1 1b fifteenth NSSFNS has helped more
and annual
have received wide publicity supply meeting were suspicious of the report.
9,000 Negro students to
since their birth at Michael baby food the children need, policemen, who left quietly after The findings were based on a
last 30 and a diaper service contributes being ordered out. follow-up o( students who received Interracial colleges
Reese Hospital June ,
Total value of scholarships
contributions, gifts, awards and 300 diapers a week. When the presence of the counseling and financialaid secured or awarded by the
funds which such births usually "We are getting along just policemen was noticed, James from NSSFNS. Over five la $4,300,000in-

bring have been slow coming in. fine right now," she said. "ButI Cildersleeve, a spokesman at per cent of these students had organization awards of Np6,800 to
don't know what Tm going to the meeting approached them scholastic averages of A or A- cluding
Baby-food-producing companies ; this students.
do when it gets cold and I haveto and asked: minus, and more than 50 per year's
that usually stamp their go out and buy snowsuits for "Did I ask gentlemen In?" cent scored B-plus, B, or B- Budgetary support from out-
endorsements and lend financial side especially from
mlnus. sources,
the girls. They replied
to infants of mul-
support corporation corporatefoundations
"Then I must ask you to leave," Included among the honors
tiple births so far have not is
earned Increasing.
: Gildersleeve said, pointing to by these students were
swarmed the Harrises with con- Such are beginning -
tributions. NAACP Rallies To withour the door.comment.The policemen left Woodrow one Rhodes Wilson scholarship fellowshlp.cne, one to organizations consult NSSFNS about -

At one point following the Defend Ala Racists The policemen were Fulbright award, seceral hiring more Negroes.

births, the Harrises were so identified as Bill Averette of 'elections to Phi Beta Kappa

hard-pressed that they were WASHINGTON ANP)--- the sheriffs office, citypolice- and such degrees as cum laude, Claims, Ray Charles'
forced to move in with the :magna or summa cum laude
Ignoring their objections, the man Cotton Nichols and state
parents of Mrs.Delores Harris, from Institutions. Fathered BabyLOS
NAACP last week went to bat } officer Al Downing. eight
19, the quads mother. Also The
report notes that fewer
for eight white Alabama racists ANGELES (ANP)--MiSS
moving Into the $193-a-month charged' with conspiringto Paul Roberson than five per cent of the Sandra Bens, attractive light-
flat of Lawrence Smith Mrs.
NSSFN-aided students
obstruct school deseg- skinned former Los Angeles
Harris' father, was the quads'year
old brother. Mrs.Harris'father regation in Birmingham. Reported ImprovedCHICAGO drew from college for anyClay secretary, last week gave. birth
Joining with the NAACP were to a "beautiful", S 1/2 pound
earns as a Attends
the Justice Department and the she claimed was
ANP--A widely- baby girl
car hop. Mrs. Harris and her (
husband are separated. American Civil Liberties XF traveled Negro doctor and fathered by blind blues singe

cial Meanwhile, appeals for finan- Union.The NAACP contends, and the week publisher that Paul declared Robeson.here famed last Muslim RallyAs Ray There Charles.was no immediate
help to Mrs.
Harris and
and the birth.
Justice Department ACLU All- comment concerning
her children concert singer-actor.
called continue. A fund, agree that the eight, membersof America athlete and scholar ObserverPHILADELPHIS The baby was born twoweeks

theHarriscuadruplets the anti-Negro and anti- honored in East prematurely but both she and
Foundation, has been was an guest
set up. Semitic National States' her mother reported to
Board members Rights Berlin and that his health has ---ANP--- were
include FatherE. party are being denied the rightsof be in "excellent condition"
improved.The Cassius the talkative
C. Gehlen Clay,
Anselm's pastor of St. free speechguaranteed the statement by Dr.Carlton heavyweight contender last by Dr. Robert P.Foster, who
church, which the Harrises Catholic United States Constitution. WAS AN EXCITING WEEK for Little Stevie Wonder the 13-year-old Motor City B. Goodlett publisher of week attended a MBlack"Mus- made the delivery. When she
Among the eight men facingthe was shown the "baby three
attend and the San-Francisco SunReporter lim rally here "as an observerand
were christened. the quads conspiracy charge are two recording sensation, when he held his first high -school press conference at refuted varying reports a guest"--to "listen and hours after its birth Miss Betts

Other board members include of. the party's officers, EdwardR. which time he met and talked with editors of high school newspapers allover from abroad that Robeson had learn" but denied that he exclaimed r "Oh, she's beautiful
Fields and
famous gospel Mahalia Lyons. been 'kidnapped' by elementsof Is a member of the sect head-
singer The others are Gerald Dutton. the metropolitan Detroit It also week in The infant was a subject of
Jackson S.B. Fuller area. was a which Little Stevie, a the Communist Party and ed by Elijah Muhammad of
; ,a million-
22 of Atlanta a party youth controversy even
aire Industrialist; John;eng- ]leader; Ralph Lewandowski, 18. Tamla recording artist whose 'Fingertips' is tops across the United States isolated in East Germany because Chicago.His uttered her first "Bool".
the internationallyfamous denial came when a
Slack editor
and publisher of of Chicago; Jack Cash, 56. of had the honor of had asked him if he had Miss Bens, during her preg-
the Chicago Defender theRev. meeting two Jazz stars of international import, Al Kibbler, baritone gone sour on reporter
William Birmingham; Jesse B. Stoner, communism.Dr. joined the highly natlonaUsticorganization. nancy, filed suit in Los Angeles
president At of the Johnson Church, Feder-former 39, of Atlanta, attorney for former vocalist with the Duke Ellington orchestra, and George Shearing, one of Goodlett said Robeson Clay who usually court claiming the nationally
the party; James K. Warner, famous signer and pianist to
ation of Chicago, and Chauncey 24, of Wllkes-BarrePa.asso- the most respected jazz pianists in the business. While Mr. Hibbler gave Little whom he saw last week, was goes into a long spiel for be the child's father and ask-
Eskridge an unsuccessful an honored guest in East Berlin the benefit of the press corps,
ciator editor of the party's Stevie some fatherly advice, George Shearing introduced the little ing support for herself and
candidate for the council multi- and that, as far as could tell, became monosyllabic, and said
and David the infant.
newspaper, Stanley,
his views communism he didn't care to be bothered.At .
in the on were
last aldermanic elections. 19, and Barnie Carmack, Jr., talented youngster to his faithful dog, Lee, and showed Little Stevie how his Charles has denied that be
unchanged. "He is not there one point Clay half shouted -
Contributions, to the fund 29, both of Birmingham.The is the father of the child. The
totaled $1.300 through last week NAACP said it was forced'to automatic watch operated. All in all it was an exciting week for a very exciting against his will said Good- at one reporter: "Can'tyou case Is to be heard next Jan.
lett, he added that London see I'm here to learn?
Father Gehlen disclosed.
take the unusual action In little 13. The Infant will be more
young man. --Photo ty Sylvester Melvin--
of Don't bother
accounts Robesons me with
Father Gehlen pointed out that favor of the racists becausethe -.. press ques- than three months old! then.
'kidnapping' were not true. tions.
contributions have been most.y of Miss Betts former
rights free
In the $5 and$10 denominations. Negroes to NAACP RefusesTo "He may have been sedatedfor Asked to explain his presenceat secretary
Coach for
speech and to assemble peace- Hampton Assesses an optometry firm, statedin
the trip, from London to the rally attended by more
"What need
we most are some fully and to demonstrate also her suit that she had a
East Berlin, Dr.Goodlett said, than 6,000 persons In the
from business and industry -
pledges hinge on the of the general understanding with
Supp'ortXmas that Robeson has Philadelphia Arena, declared -
adding Clay
Lacina Administred given
to give us a continuing case. Bv Rears Charles that he would supportthe
instructions that he did "I am here as an
he "Edu- - ----- not want :
Income explained. If the convictions, based on child. She said she was
cating these children will take an Alabama state court Injunction HAMPTON INSTITUTE, Va. came after he had, gained recognition BoycottNEW to be disturbed--both at the observer and a guest."Houndedby reluctant to take Charles to

i a lot of money." Contributionsmay barring the group from (ANP)-- Dr.William H.MartlnTdean : for a survey made hospital and at home. questions he shooed off another court because she was fond of

be sent tothe Harris Quad- holding a meeting in Fairfield, of faculty at Hampton Institute three years ago to assess the YORK-ANP-The pro- Regarding Robeson's" health, reporter, telling him"Ifyou him and didn't want the mater-
ruplets Foundation 6045 S. has been appointed educational educational needs of Sierra Dr.Goodlett said have knownof want to Interview somebody
Ala., is permitted to stand, the posed Christmas shopping boy- nity controversy to hurt his
his Illness for the last 31/2 Interview Malcolm X. He'sreally
i Michigan Chicago. NAACP, the Justice Departmentand advisor to the Bureauof Leone, In West Africa, that cott failed to win the supportof career in any way.
expressed the ACLU argue, it would African Affairs of the Dept- resulted in establishment ofa the NAACP last week. years and"his condition is now "got something Importantto However, she added that she
improved. The doctor said he
appreciation for the give Southern segregationist ment of State. rural training Institute at CORE, meanwhile, is polling say. was forced to seek help throughthe
examined Robeson while However Indicated
contributions they haveJidg.s' officials a license for also. He has been granted a year's Kenema, financed by AID but its local branches to decide East Clay by court because Charles'sup-
curbing the free speechand leave of absence by the Hampton staffed by Hampton Institute.Dr. what action it will take. Berlin. his reactions that he was a very port money was slow in coming
Dr who enthusiastic "observer".
Goodlett was in
other of Institute board of trustees and Martin was elected a However, the Southern Chris- In.
Await"COifirmation rights Negroes assumed his governmental post Fellow in the J hn'Dewey Society tian Leadership Conference of Vienna in connection with his __ __ m_____ ____

Senate Group October LDr.Mantn's in 1962 for his literary which Dr. Martin Luther Kingis role representing as head the of World a delegation Council Over 100 Others t te Choose kill

appointment to contribution to the Society'ssixteenth president is ahead
the Bureau of African Affairs annual yearbook, with its the of Peace, said he was contacted -
To Hear "Negro Education InAmerica." boycott.The plans to promote by Mrs.Robeson, who requested R. S. EVANS3RD

WASHINGTONANPThe A&T Cashier Fired Hs has authored about 30 NAACP position was set that he visit them in
Pr.xyGREENSBORO East Berlin Dr. Goodlett] said
educational & MAIN EL 4-8381 EL
recent nomination of two articles in leading for by Roy Wilkins executive he has treated Robeson 48382"lacksoarfile's
for federal N. C. The Over periodicals. .secretary In a letter to Louis pre- '
Negroes judge- Reported viously. Goodlett holds both Most Recommended Dealer"
president of A&T College will Lomas one of the leaders of
ships by President Kennedy, If the MD. degree and the PhD.
confirmed by the Senate, will appear before a U. S. Senate Brando Explains the Writers and Artists for degree in psychology.. 62 CADILLAC $3695
bring the total of Negroes Committee concerned with em- Funds Shortage Justice who first made the proposaL -

4 holding lifetime federal ployment. in the nation. Court Halts
judiciary posts to sevenhigh- Dr Samuel D. Proctor GREENSBORO, N. C. A Rights StandMarlon The professional group, Coupe Dusty Rose

est In United States history. president of the college, has shortage of $4,479.00 in fundsat which is also headed by James Biased TravelNEW New Tires. Shark As A Pea
accepted invitation to A&T was discoveredlast Baldwin, author and Dee
It was announced last week appear College Ruby ORLEANS (ANP)--In
that the President had nomi- before the Subcommittee on week during a routine auditof Brando thinks theNe- the actress,had asked the major a sweeping decision. the 5th
nated Spottswood Robinson III, Employment and Manpower of college books. gro civil rights fight is "the Negro civil rights organizations U.S.Circuit Court of Appealshas 61 PONTIAC $1995Bonneville 1963 IMPERIAL,

Richmond, Va., attorney and the Senate Committee on Labor State Auditor Henry Bridge most burning issue in the U.S.today" to support the boycott ordered a halt to racial Convertible 4 fr hard
former dean of the Howard and Public Welfare at the New Raleigh N. c., said on last and one which will as a protest against the killing segregation in or on transportation ty
Senate Office Building on Friday that Isaiah J. Prince benefit all Americans, not Just of six Negro children--four in
university law school, to be the facilities In Mississippi. fully eppped like new
first Negro judge on the federal Thursday morning, October 17. 37, an assistant cashier, had Negroes, he reveals In an exclusive a church bombing--in Birming- The court Issued Injunctionslast 61 CHEVROLET $1995

district court of the Districtof The Invitation was Issued by admitted taking the school Interview in the October ham on Sept. 15. week forbidding segregation 61 FORD 66959t1okR.Ale

Columbia. Earlier,the Chief Senator Joseph S. Clark of funds. Prince had been fired issue of a national publication. In rejecting that proposal. in any manner, by the use V8 H.T Coupe Strnlcht

Executive nominated A. Leon Pennsylvania a member of the earlier in the week. Brando, who himself has Wilkins asserted that "a gen- of signs or otherwise, on Interstate ft Heater aalasl 900 VB-Radio.

Higginbotham, jr., of Philadel- Committee. Bridge quoted Prince as plunged into forefront of the eral consumer buying strike carriers or In and around
phia a member of the Federal Proctor has been asked to saying the first money was takento Negro struggle for equality would not have any effect directly their terminals and other facil Heater Auto. Air Cond.

Trade Commission: to be a give his views with special cover up an unexplainable$40 rarely submits to press inter- on the Birmingham situ- ities. 60 OLDSMOBILE $1795

U. S. District judge for the reference to educationalprob- error of shortage inhis account, Views--but he talked readilyto ation" because of the The order takes in buses, 88 Hardtop Coupe-Radio 59 MERCURY $1588eaterAato.aLic
Eastern District of lems of Negro youth In regard and he just kept going after an interviewer about why domination of the steel industries trains, and airlines.It .

Pennsylvania. to developing each individual to that.The he joined the civil rights in the Southern city. also ordered similar injunctions Dbl. ". ion Real Clean
funds included struggle, in everything from Wilkins that "each
his suggested
4 Robinson, 47, veteran fighterfor highest employment missing dealing with Jackson
civil potential: producing a skill about $1,900 in checks made picket line appearances to cash person should decide how best bus lines. Power. Looks like new,
rights, was named by city
President Kennedy to the Civil structure which will mesh with out to students paying part of contributions."It is he can react effectively" to the The court overruledU.S.Dist. 58 OLDSH8BHE $795
that benefits
Rights Commission in 196L He the structure of the demand for their tuition through selfhelpwork all of us something," Brando in Birmingham bombing, but he Judge Sidney Mlze of southern 59 FORD $1195 88 Coupe Clean
would succeed the late Judge labor, and building into the on campus. Ebony. says added that "organizationally Mississippi. He had ruled that

James W, Morris. labor force sufficient flexibility Bridges said Prince got the "This is cannot sponsor a nationwide injunctions were not necessary Qalaxle Hardtop-Radio ftHeaterAutomatic let Yow MC.x

The nomination of Higgtn- to ad just to future changesIn students to endorse the checks, democratic fundamentally and humanisticmovement. a Christmas boycott." since the state said It was not Mike UK t tan FapMtFIGHT
but he cashed them Instead of Wilkins said that the
botham, 35-year-old former technology consumption pat- it lOspon enforcing its segregation laws.
them each student's Certainly Is not sors of the 28
Philadelphia NAACP president terns. crediting to Aug. march on
by means localized to the
was sent to Congress on Sept. In the letter. Senator Clark tuition account. Interest." Negro Washington had given "careful --- --

25, by the White House. Upon said the Committee will be Steps have been taken the Continues thought to the problems of sucha
Brando "The
concerned with state auditor explained, to consumer strike"
confirmation, Higginbotham optimal during a 7cV
would succeed J. Cullin Ganey. development of high talent man- credit the misappropriatedchecks Negro because he benefiting is me today meeting Washington recently.He D ISPLAY

who has been elevated to the power and problems of the uneducated to the accounts of the things that need underscoring to be under- said all had agreed that

U. S. Court of ADoeata. and unemployed. students. scored." a "shotgun" boycott would be

In Ebony,Hollywood's highest unfair to many persons "who FREEDOM TA
cannot have any effect on the
paid actor, long considered one situation In Alabama or the .
l I.I of the most controversial South generally." ,
figures in the movie capital
and "a longtime Hollywood enigma _
I ." emerges as "a fighterfor Catholics Appoint .

human dignity and a believer '
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SUPE"R MARKETSCABIN The in racial Negro equality."knows"the meaning Negro To Board R o SEGREGATION

of democracy better than E oE

most Americans," Brando contends -

HOME | WESTERN BAR HUE SIZE "He knows In his exclusive the meaning interview.of the ,professor pharmacologist last week and was college amongthe ; o M ,4 -

23C Bill of Rights and what civil
first be
laymen ever to named -
MEAL rights means. He knows what > to the school board of the

: ji.' .: jSpare RIBS 39* the as it spirit was constitutionally of this country written Is Roman.Chicago.He Catholic. Archdiocese of 1Y

because he has had so Is Dr.Charles Proctor. EASY TO ATTACH TO Give them y'

YITA FOOD APPLE 1QA j I6.JELLY JJP I little think of that it extended his to him. consulting pharmacologist and YOUR CAR OR TRUCK as Gifts to your friends

: - - - - what is really useful knowledge and meanIngful of- visiting associate professor of MOTOR CYCLE WAGON or relatives business associates.

"T 1: FLESH P8IK government about is our infinitely principles of pharmacology Chicago Medical and therapeuticsat college ETC Special izations Quantity and Clubs.Prices to Churches Orfoo-

greater Prominent inchurcheducation-
Bfl 24OZ. iMrtiir 29" than white that of any correspond al and lay affairs. Proctor is OFFICIAL SIZE
I ing
_ _ ROAST the grouPo"At same time Brando also secretary of Catholic :$ HEAVY GAUGE LICENSE PLATE STill
also of Catholic
fe notes "apathy among the Negroes Interracial secretary Council of Chicago tfrjonJA. jJanl&d.

PILLSBURY QQA: : themselves to join this and chairman of the Social Justice POST PAID -----r.- -- ---------- -- -- - ----,

\ movement, this revolution. And Committee of the Lake Please send me ..., FREEDOM TAGS
; -e; os-: everybody, I think should be Meadows Council of Catholic MallYour, .

,, FLOUR r 'Eilra Fancy Red c enlisted thing that in benefits it. It all Is of some-us." Men.both laymen organizations. Freedom Tag '; Post Paid. I enclose. $....... to cover cott. '

I 51t "I. j Appointments to the 22-man Dollar NOW s HAM .. ....-. .. ...- .._ .....--..-... ........ .. ....- ... s

!i APPLES 35"Li.tt tt? board, which Includes U new ADDIfSS .
1 with $5.11 were members, were made by Albert '

1 RcyalOown Cardinal Meyer, archbishop Box919.Gr.Cent.Sta. CITY ZONf STATft
food tr.r : 4 16. bat of Chicago. The new appointees New York 17, N. Y. '"....',;", '

Include four priests, :... .. ..
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Mew Providence Fund Drive Gets Enthusiatic Kickoffs YWCA Starts

M. B. Church Dancing ClassesThe

Northwest YWCA Center -
Brother Charles Wither-
announces the open
will be ordained
spoon ing of its 'little TeenDaahe
into the ministry Sunday sebr
U t t '
,oe Sfttur-
Oct. 13th at 3 p.m.
day. October 19 fr&m
The Missionary SOciety'sfecond
9 a.m. until 12 nooa.
anniversary celebration -
Classes will be offeredin
will be held.
tap. ballet and acrobatic -
Monday Oct. 14th at I
dancing and baton
8 p.'ra. during which
time teenage minister.
'1P rrnvY"'l'' IS i'cei 1II1ef1
Her. Alvin Jones, a mem- ;? >
t for girls and boys free
ber of Mt. Herman Metho- .
f' 3 through 12 years old

stu-dent at North Dade High (L"I only.
School, will deliver the Mrs. Toby IIiss Totey

Poultin. dance last meter -
will be in charge.
She has a wide back-
Then,,you pray rememberthe
sick and those who ground of teaching
"-" dancing and
operating a
are grieving over their -

lost ones. Sister Pena ; >>. i ;ui dance studio in Detroit

Thompson is confined in JI p A; I k : Michigan.The .
}:" schedule will be

Jacksonville Hospital and needs Memorial two .. .RECEIVES BIG BOOST"-Held in downtown Miami' Biscayne Terrace Hotel last Tap 9-10 a.m. ; Rallet

pints of blood. You must Saturday morning the annual United College Fund drive kick-off break 10-11 a.m.and; Acrobatic
Dancing 11-12 Fees
make your donation in
her name. r3'r fast supported by top ranked local citizenry, raised $1.200 with little will be 2.00 monthly"or

Sister Sofronia Morgan .e':effort this year to pave way to an expected increase of funds from loyal 50* per lesson plus
ei YWCA membership for each
recently lost her
supporters. Dr. Richard V. Moore, president of Bethune-Cookman College as class.
mother. Others who recently -
lost loved ones principal speaker most ably sounded the clarion call to meet today's Advance registration

is des ired.Call 6- 42651far
are Brother Willis challenges facing UCF' s member colleges. Other prominent speakers sup-
further information.
Rorey. his mother Sister -
; ported Dr. Moore's pronouncements. At the speaker's table from left are:
Pubie Fnright her
husband. These faithful Mrs. Maud Reid, J. Teltelbaum, S. Weissbeuch, Dr. Moore Garth Reeves, CALL

members need your Michael Sessln Dr. A. Hall. Top pix right: Gerald Stewart, David H.
prayers sympathy and Bahai Assembly Strictly EiitertainiiTby Twelve to seventeen .
Dobbs Mrs. Ellen P. Watts, Ft. Lauderdale; Dr. I.P. Davis, Mrs. Susie year old girls in Miami
WFFKLY ACTIVITIES Of MiamiThe H. 'Doc Clayton Dobbs Mrs. S. Franklin and Jacob Schwartz. Middle row photo from left: will have an opportunity

Usher Boards and choir Bah a' i Assembly of DR. JOHN 0. BROWN CORK; executive partying with Luther L. Brooks Eric 0. Simpson, Mrs. A. Barham and Mrs. William during the week of Oct.
13-19 to participate ina
2 meet at 8 p.m. Monday. Miami announces a new friends and LAVELLE' printery owners Mr. & Mrs. Baker. Middle row right from left: Mrs. K. Seabury, Ft. Lauderdale; Mrs. nationwide teenage enrollment -
Tuesday at 8 p.m..prayer format at their center
JERRY WATKINS in the KNIGHT BFAT. .. .On the other in the Young Wo
Hall Mrs. Brebber Miami
meeting and Bible class; here. AJ. Anna Meyers Beach; Samuel 0. Cohen,
side of the room SHIRLEY CLEMENTSFRANCES GRAY and men's Christian Association. -
Young Matrons and Young Instead of the weekly Goulds; Rev. James C. Rowan, N. Miami Beach and James R. Chambers, Ft. .

Women's Auxiliary meet meetings they are plan- WILHELMINA AUSTIN all sisters-in-law miss few
Lauderdale. Bottom from left Mrs. Bertha Teitelbaum Mrs. Rosa
pix : B. The program is the annual -
Wednesday at 8 p.m. ; ning to hold one meeting sets.. ..Mi ami's largest contributors to the Marchon i
Thursday's meeting at each month. The public Cohen and Mrs. Ida Bpi vak, all of Miami Beach National Y-Teen
Washington a local group of businessmen the Roll Call.Its theRe this
8 will include
p.m. the will be notified in advance -
(STAR photos by AI Crawford)
is, "Y-Tesas Count
Missionary Society and of any changes or FRCNTIFJfcSMEN over $1.000..Remember EAFL CARROLLE __ year
at Home and Abroad" The
Choir 1. The Youth Choir Talent I Plus
meeting dates. the lone Negro to cop enough votes in the last Wafch This Clown broad score of interests
meet Friday at 5:30: p.m.
S commissioner he has and concerns of these
The Male Chorus meets BIRTHS county election now an office :

Saturday at 8 p.m. in the Ingram Building with Earl Carrolle Insurance YWCA young people. Al-
Mr. and Mrs. Neil Garfield ; ro-Hy active Y-Teens
Pev. ( .J. Rurney is
5430 W. 5th Lane. Agency affiliate of the General Insurance Under- will welcome others of
pastor and Sister Claudi:

Wilson is church re- Hialeah. Boy--Gregg. writers of which he is a key man. Says he hasn't t, running into. money their age group during
Mr. and Mrs. Charles -... this week at their
porter. given up politics by a long shot.....See where that ;- -f SEE PAGE 9
Littlefield. 3291 NW _' meetings at the YWCA;_
MARRIAGE 209th Rtreet. Opa Locka. North Dade county school teacher and ED SAUNDERS 1 \ -

LICENSE APPLICATIONS GirlfUzanne.Mr. twosome have gene sour on each other again seem- .: .. .'} ,

Warren P. Walters. Jr. and Mrs. Kenneth .T- ....".....:...." ..i' t tt I
ingly for the last time says Ed.. .SAM and DAVE .t' :
Homestead APB. 19. and Gibson. 3541 NW 208th 3

Cherub A. Norton. 2375 Street Opa Locka. Girl-- planning a month long tour with JACKIE WILSON

NW nist Terrace 17 Nicole Annette.: starts October 25th..Miami Pub. Director LEW

PRICE caring up with new tourist promotions middle
west, southwest and far west...EARL HINES and Company -

seem to be preparing the BUNCH L4NES Opa J a

Dizzy Jones Birdland Locka for opening soon..Reasons for wanting a
...... ry -
pay raise. The prices of STATE AUTO TAGS upped the _

small car "D" to $15.42; plain $23.17; '.. ,
2nd Ave it 7th St. Miimi
$31.29; and WW $39.42. If I can't get the raise .'
Presents Boss, make a Christmas present. It'll be just in .....

time.. ..FREDDn' MANNINGS NASSAU S prominent night
THE MARVELSSinging BEAUTEOUS' HAZEL BROW is a partime to del and dancer

club operator got exclusive rights in FREEPCRT. He
who stands 5'4" tall and measures 34-22-36 is a
takes over the VOODOO CLUB there in November. Pave
.. Miamian whose favorite sport is football however
plans for others..The get-acquainted party at
dancing is her main hobby. (Adaasfoto)
the KVT KEY CLUB by J.T. ffiRRY, a Metro bus driver

of local No. 56, the Invitations were given to

every member and those that weren* t working

Rich ardso a's Funeral Home
showed up in living color..SEE FLORA is in CUBA Sept. 28. was

MPS. WLLIE JOHNSON 901 .Friday, Oct. 4. ServicesNW
H now where s CASTRO..DID YOU KNOV( THAT 87,000 Ne- ;!
2nd Avenue died at held at St. Agnes Frisco-

1 groes wcrk for the POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT Baking hone on Oct. 2. Funeral pal Church. i

it the largest employer of Negroes..Radio Station services will be heldin
the Mt. Zion Baptist
WMBM filed suit against Deejay FRED HANNAH for
Church. Rev F.T. Grahar
quitting and going to the newest change-over for officiating Oct. 8th at
So. Dixie Highway, Oct.

the Negro market W AM E. .. JACKIE R INSON. vice 3:30 p.m. Survivors are L Final rites in Sanders

1 daught, 1 granddaughter i
president of CHOCK# FULL 0' NUTS a new England food villa Ga. Survivors are 4
and 4 great wife son. father. 4
chain was summoned to the New York Commission on grands.
brothers and 3 sisters.

discrimination against WHITES. They are actively . . .
.. . ..
seeking white e.ployees..Her what WELDON ,
x x
..... ,,.... .!!:
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ROOGEAU, Florida field secretary for CORE said on JOSEPH TPECO. 1548 HI'ROBFRT J. HODGES. 7001 ..' ,

62nd Street died Oct. 5. N.w. 15th Ave. Oct. 3. y % _
the train to Washington: flow can you expect to be the VA ....t.,
in Hospital. Mr. 4fiT- ; "
Chapel services Oct. 5, : H'L ". .k&
delivered in segregation by a segregated doctor Treco's body will be burial in Evergreen. His -
BUTTER BALL DIZZY JONES THIS BEER is for pleasant living People on the ?
shipped to Tampa on
go to a segregated school eat in segregated restaurants -. wit Josephine and 2 mm
Wednesday Oct. 9. Rogers go..people who eve about quality. to for
daughters, survive.
M.C. Extraordinary Sesatanal! Entertainer I die and be buried in a segregated cemetery Funeral Home will complete
National: Beer. Have the taste of pleasant living. .
and then go to an integrated HEAVEN arrangements. 1'",
. S S. have a National Beer. Premium quality alwy-s,
Added Attraction '
Extra ABRAHAM CARTER 216 N.w. popular prices everywhere. ::: !

ABel S> Fcaer2l Km 16th Terr. Oct. 4. His "*'

PtIR tIE FR 7-2234 LITTLE CALVIN GORDON who wife a daughter. 3 sons, Hate a taste of Pleasat I'mif i

FOB BETTER PICTURES SEE died Sept. 28. Graveside 3 sisters and 2 brothers,

SAM services were held Oct. survive. Final rites ic:


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DAYERrc.rdi/ 8pn. 1 ML b8 PJB. died Sept. 17, was burled W. 4th Ct. Hialeah. died Of The WeekWMBM

Oct. 3. I Oct. 6. Services Oct. 12

Baby Pidves A Spc&t ty at New Mt. Zion Baptist

Omrch,R ey. R.C. Scl omen.

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( Mr PARTICIPANTS---!Members of Girl Scout Troop 409 who Elizabeth Jones, Youth leader, Lydia Fields, Brenda

t;e4a have been selected to take part in the 36th Con- Turner and Paula Archer.

.wc h ........ vention of the Girl Scout National Council at the Hiss Jones is also serving as an Alternate to the
Miami Beach Convention Hall October 21-25 areshowi National Convention and is a member of the H&stessCbnmittee.
here. : ,
These select members of the Four 0' Niaers are
fr Seated from left are Cadettes: Janie Sconiers,
very grateful for this very wonderful opportunityand
i Leah Simms, Patricia Morning, Shirley McBride and
each look forward to meeting and making new
Seniors: Anna McBride, Patricia Burke, Maurlssie
friends with Girl Scouts and Girl Guides from all
Hammond and Charlotte Powell. Standing from left
over the U.S.A., Puerto Rico Panama and fifteen
is Mrs. Thelma B. Williams, Senior Adviser, with foreign countries. _

Voluntary Hiring Lauded By LBJ o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o -

It is one of the most beautiful coapensatiees of
grading of Negroes in corn-
Based on six-month figures in life that no man can sincerely try to help another I
1962 which showed a definite Panics with government con-
increase in'the hiring and uptracts.. without helping himself.Ralph Waldo Ba rsen
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NEW INTHWS' -The first group of interns Iron Wellons, Oordele; Floria Jackson, Sylvester; and I HEAR THE NEW SOUND

Albany State College, Albany, Ga. who have been Millie Mitchell, Perry, Fla, :

assigned to Jackson Memorial Hospital are seen Lower photo shows Evelyn Adams, Cordele, Ga.; Oc-

here with Miss Ethel Davis, a FAMU graduate, under torene Moore Fisk, Ala.; Betty Pittman Tifton, '

a whom the Juniors will study. From left are Miss Ga.; Joyce Simrson. Albany, Ga.; Marie King, Macon, it from the 5,000 watts ,

Davis, Betty UcKendrick, Albany: Margie Battle, Ga.; Lenay Washington, Waycross, Ga.; Ethel M. Hil- :

Dallas, Ga; Helen Eagle Augusta; Frankie Jennins, Isoan, Cordele, Ga. ,
The students will also receive training at South :
Hagansville; Ruth Bradley, Jacksonville; Ollie I Tower of PowerWAME1260pI
-- Florida Mental Hospital. .. (Al Crawford Photo.

., Youth HoldsHp Farm Store -
Vice Raid Nets Man
A farm Store man. .owe. .
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Charles" Foreman. 63, taken.
Metro rolice that he had For -A" setr the bandit Integrated GroupTwo Rooming

I. been held up by a lone carried a sweater to :
Negro women were :
Negro 16 or 17 years old cover up the weapon a arrested along with House HoldupCity
and S75.00 in cash was double-barreled shotgun. three white women in

what the states at- Police Officer J.

.s torney's office termed a Van Camp was cruising .,:".'.fSAtlRIAY ,'
p'f1'Jf1rfl large scale call girl Sunday evening when a Star.-ing
flde operation in Hialeah.Thewomen
r T young woman+ jumped froma
were charged with
car shouting 'I was
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prostitution. beaten and robbed and : ; ;:
Officers confiscatednames -: v,,",, ....'.'
_t PRESENTS they are shooting now. ; ,....' :
and addresses of The robbery and shooting -"'"
their clients in the occurred at 666 Nw 13th I
! CHUCK = tI 751 raid which took place at Street. _
F. 11th Place.
; When the officer and
Police said that five the returned to
GRISBY woman
telephones were installed the house several per- T I : I

NIGHTLYfine in dimly lit sons reported that they _
rooms. Charged were had been robbed and one
foods Jessie Coney 23. of shot three times.
5529 NW 30th Avenue and The officer questionedthe

Jam Sessions Jane Parker. 31, of 2320N first victim, Fdith
5th Lane. Pialeah.The Prvin. rho stated that

Sviidays white women were Torri she was walking down the
white, 27. Frika steel Street when a dark. four-
8 p.m. to Midnight 27, and Ronnie Feinman door sedan stopped with
24. of 10122 NV 7th
four inside. Two got
Favorite Hostess "MR SOUL" Avenue.
out and said to me.
.,. ::- Exotic French Perfumes "7et in!" She said one ,. .
; AMATUER AND of the men punched'herin JA- f#, : "
Sent to you directly: the eye. threw her in
Brother Ray Burkie e Kin&" Bee Alfanza Mozell)
"1' from Paris, France. One the back seat and said
ii : '$ CELEBRITYNIGHTS set of four (4) famous if she hollered he'd
fragrances only $2.98. kill her. The car then 1",
Two sets (8 bottles) went to the 13th Street
S5.00. This offer is address where the vic-
limited! Rush your order tim says she was tied.
Mondays today! Send you-. checkor blindfolded gauged and T.I; --1

Shirley Batelo money order to: robbed of $13; then was -:- -
Herndon Imrorts left in a room.She freed

14 2017 Owens Street herself, fled through a ,
Comer 79th St. & 17 Ave "I
Tallahassee. FloridaEdward window and hailed a

passing car. : .
Two of the men robbedone

_I Waters College"TIGERS" were which victim fired time and of the the$120.shots four at, L *- ?. --1: _

apparently working in
pairs fled the scene. ;
James Billings. 48.
victim of the shootinggave
1963 FOOTIALL SCHEDULE police two addresses -

: the one on 13th

-i (HOME GAMES) Street another in -
Hallandale. 516 NW 10th Franklin Jordan Lee
: Hicky Fred Haima
,Street. Billings said 2j
i Oct. .15..AI. Stile as he care out of a rest f .

i ; room is a stickup.he was told" He'This went : THE MOST IMPORTANT THINGyou'll .

- Nov. 2.. . S.C. A.... Trade into his pocket to ,give
the bandits
his money
hear will be
(HOMECOMING) when one shot him. He today
then closed the door and "

N IV. 16 . KHtrtll CdkftAH crawled through the

I Heffie{ Myrtle Games'Avenue Will Ball Be Park Played at window.M.4LF sell HELP new Auto and WANTED salesman old Ford .. ON WAM E .'1260 1 "

cars good comm. car
kickoff 8 ... :': ,- P' "
P.M. provided. Mr. Jack Grif-; > ; \ MIAMI
Tickets On Sale At Edward I.fie. ED MORSE FORDS f Hear "Hot Line" Nightly At 11 p. m.

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11 TALLAHASSEE ;.. ; t. .. The biggest event of the week In the Big Bead area

is the Annual meeting of the Greater Florida Conference -

: ORGANIZATIONS Lofighorn Band *. which is convening at the Both el A* Church

... ",,; ::. <:;"i of which the Rev.I.D. Hinson, (candidate for the
Many meetings of organizations held in '. ". '
are being Gels Permanent 1: :. $ "
bishopric in 1964) is pastor. The event began withan

the city, but .e are unable to hear from them con-
Negro Member appreciation ceremony being given for the pastoron
cerning their activities. In fact the Big Bend is
Monday night. Tuesday night, the Mayor and other
about the 'meetingesf in the State of Florida for AUSTIN Texas (ANP) ,
Edwin Guinn of Forth X F a.t city officials extended greetings including the
the groups not to be able to get together and plana
Worth, Texas, last week president of the Chsober of Cooaerce. An HUaated"'l00
real community program. became the first Negroto ______
persons expected to attend the confab which
The Charles Sumner Lodge met at the Pythian Hall. qualify for member-
ship in the University will be presided over by Bishop W.P. Ball assisted -
Chancellor Augustus Robinson, presided. The group
of Texas Longhorn band. by Rev. R.C. Snelling presiding elder.

set up oomaittes for the purpose of raising fundsto although seven others
Planning for the week long conference has bees supervised -
had auditioned with the
erect a new building and sponsor activities .
musical group In the by Mrs. Edna Hurst, Mrs. S.L. Beasly, Mrs.
within the lodge. A feast will be held at the meeting .
past.In ..r. Perkins, Mrs. Hattie Tent, Mrs. Earnstine
on the third Thursday, Knight Carey, and othersare announcing Guinn's !
-- Long, Mrs. Anna Tanner, Alex Walton, Edwin Norwoodand
on the planning mui ttee. The Lodge also announced selection. W.W. Heath.
chairman of the Board of M.H. Thomas.
meeting dates for other lodges meeting in t
regents explained: This is also the occasion for the appointment and
the Hall. They are Trowel Club, 1st and 3rd Sat- "The Longhorn Band has .,

re-appointment of pastors in the conference and
urday; Leon Court 14. 1st and 3rd Wednesday. 4: SO been Integrated for a

long time, but only now many prayers are being uttered for the return of
p.JII.L.W.nmiel Lodge.2nd and 4th Wednesday 7 p.m.
has a Negro qualified
good ministers and the reassignment of some who
Pride of Tallahassee 161, 1st and 3rd Tuesday,7p.m. musically for member-

hanot been successful in developing the res-
S.He Coleman Lodge, econd Thursday, 7 p.It.; Knights ship.

According to band director pective churchE..OTer at Quincy, the Annual Bap-
School Classes-all
Pythias Training Sundays at
Vincent P. DiNino ATTEND AWUAL AGENTS CONFAB AT FAMD--Leaders in the Annual Home Demonstration tist Association will get underway on Wednesday and
4:30 p.m.; Alex H. Walston Lodge 156, 1st and 3rd seven Negroes have audi-
tioned for band member- Agents' conference held recently at Florida A & M University recently are will last through Sunday at the Elizabeth Baptist
Monday 7:30 Charles
p.p. sumner Lodge 124, 1st
ship in the past eight pictured here. In the front row, left to right are: Eugene P. Smith, county Church, Rev. R. Junious is pastor of the church.
end 3rd Thursday, 7:30 p.m. Camp 26, American ftood-
years, but none had agent from Marion county; Mrs. Sarah Thomas, home demonstration agent Marion J.F. Miles will serve as moderator. Among those
man, 4th Monday. 4:30 p.m.TALLAHASSEE _.. shown any particular desire -
to be in the band county: Miss Victoria Simpson, home demonstration agent Dade county; Miss present will be Mrs. Sue C. Holly, state president,
except Guinn. Sudella Ford, home demonstration agent, Hillsborough county; Mrs. Virginia D. and First National Vice President. Mrs. Teopie F.

Earn Cash Selling The FLORIDA STAR Guinn. who checked out Gardner, home demonstration agent. Pinellas county; and Mrs. Bessie Canty,
his uniform and started Morris will be among those representing the City.

home demonstration agent, Duval county. In the back row, left to right, are:
Apply 2017 Owen
or phone 222-3025 practicing last week About 800 ardent supporters are expected to attend.

will march and play with Dr. J.N. Busby, assistant director of Agriclutrral Extension Service, Gaines -
1 aseaisawss.aa.martaam.m.era.0 Other highlights of the area Included the releaseof

the band at upcoming ville; Miss Ann Thompson, assistant to the state home demonstration agent,
Longhorn games this sea- Mrs. Patricia Due from Jail and the inability
Tallahassee; Miss Floy Britt, district home demonstration agent FAMU; end V.ice .
1 son in Memorial Stadium of about 32 others to obtain money for fines, at

and away ; Elkins. 'Ustrict wtent.: FAMU. _
: -- this writing. Reliable sources foretell that the

1 y Supports Children's Drive Boy Scout NewsThe Local Business League will lend a hand in the sup-

port of these youngsters who are fighting for a
Leon Division and the Council is still lookingfor
1 'ITh1 great cause. Notable, is the observation, that
a hopeful who will say he is ping to the Nat-
1 III tctal argument will be presented before the United
ional Jamboree next year at Valley Forge, Pennsyl-
1A States Supreme court in a few days on the issue:
s as that .. asa.a vania. To date, no boy has paid the initial fee of
a tars
tq Whether the U.S. Constitution permits a state to
twenty-five dollars.We dan't understand the actionsof
prosecute individuals for demanding services at
some of our smuts all of whom are anxious to go
STOP FALL/HeN OW privately owned restaurants and other establish-
until time for the trip. We sincerely hope that
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HAIR, ;\ those who plan tc attend will make known their
i HT- Arnette Greene, local Insurance broker wishes to
USE wishes. Word is that the Division will help.
8sther't thank again the many visitors who attended open
4 o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o *
house at his new office in the Hoffman Building
We participated in the advancement program held at .
recently. He would also like to sell some In-
"SAVE IT Trinity Church recently. Twelve cubs were presented
surance.. .. 'Bub' Lewis was in town last week from
their pins by the pastor.
aaa Orlando where he is establishing a Bonding Ale ey...
"-SAVE-IT-i I. t'th t'. sew formula fat rues and ? o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-
8P The Legionnaires met Sunday and discussed plans for
w'm'n-a product deied lo help prevent theI.
lets I of heir! by rf"traying tcafp b.ct.rr..idr Other visits were made to troop 160, where we
the Constitutional Conference which will convene
dandruff trtatmtnt for braking hair, thinItmpUi found the in
boys good spirits, but the scoutmaster
,and athtr thin ipoti-q product d.s gned in the city this year. New members were also discussed -
t. ".t.,. natural oils, giving luttro, btauty anditrtngth 4 was absent. Several scouts in this troop expressed
with James Everett being placed in the
converting shed, tubby, lifoUil hairinto
the desire to attend the National
Jamboree. fact,
; tKo real "W.",.,,'. Crowning Glory" .J chairman slot for 1964. Harvey Wilson moved up to

AT LEADING COSMETIC COUNTERSIf LESLIE UGGAMS, top teen-age singing star relaxes Otis Mallory states that he is definitely going. We.
Oratorical Contest Chairman. Incidently, if aaof
your dealer does not have"SAVE IT, send $1.00 for have no doubts about this scout if he says he is
2 oz. sue. $1.50 for 4 oz. jar. (tax and postage in. between television appearances on NBC-TV Sing Along you vets want to be buried in a National Cemetery,

Esther's eluded to Aids / 50 West 125th Street With Mitch series, with her copy of THE WONDERFUL practically there. there is space for 4,000 gravesites ever at Bar-
Beauty New York 27. N.Y. o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o
TOELD OF CLOTHES'. new picture-fun book of clothing rancas National Cemetery, seven miles southwest of
We also visited Macedonia and found the scouts
customs around the world created by Robert Hall Pensacola. Contact Rufus H. Wilson, manager of the
eager to be advanced. About 15 advance-cents
Clothes in cooperation with the U. S. ccsmittee for were
St. Petersburg Veterans Administration! Regional
The Big i Three On WRFB UNICEF. All profits from the sale of the book benefit picked up and we plan to visit them again on Thursday -
Office..Head of the Local Business League is H.

the United Nations Children's Fund. night for the purpose of teaching the Morse
Knowles. He will take office in January. The group

Code. scouts in other troops visit. The time
St. Rose Baptist ChurchA may met recently and heard reports from Johaay Herndon
will be 7
9' r '? s tv i a p.v. and Steve Beasly on the National Business League

; Convention. Rev. Ray. of Jacksonville was also in
,. host of members and friends of the church attended Big events for the month Include a training session -
attendance. Pe is head of the NU-fay Reseue Association -
the choir anniversary recently held at the conducted by national representatives, the
and a man about town.
church. The Usher Board .meets the 1st Monday after Florida'State University game and Fall Camp. We
1 1-4-1-0 On the Social side: B.B. King Is expeeted to drawa
the first Sunday. must not forget the County Fair and inspection of
big crowd at the Leon Fair Ground, and there will
On.::YourRadio w a .. -w }ice BetLel Baptist Church--------- units. Please consult your troop calendar for the be another big dance on Friday night. With BO game

The Wee Wisdom Juvenile Choir will sing at the dates.
being played this week, both events weald supply
church on October 27. All are invited to attend.
enough activities for the week end. Of _rae, the

The choir is itade; up of young people from the Cosmo will be open, as well as a few other famous

Tallahassee Primitive Baptist Church. Mrs. M. G. Edwards Is the II night spots.

Fla. director. ,Myrtle.Ave. arid Adonis PfibneJacksonville ,. Special note: The Rattler Boosters Clab is dis-

First Season's Tickets Sale appointed over the fact that few Rattler fan have
KUZZIN'S GOSPELAIRES FLORIDA GREEN LOBSTERS not HO&.DING. Lb. 69c purchased Booster automobile tags for 1963. IfeU isa
TIME. Greensboro H.C. Reserved seats at home football TRU.Y AL SHRIMPORAMA SALE* show of bad school spirit and President Speed

KUZZIN'S JAZZARAMA games of the A&T College Aggies are being made available LARGE SHRIMP ta 89c urges that those who desire tags to coat act !him at
this year for the first time.

J.E.GarfIeld. A&T ticket manager. said this week that one MEDIUM SHRIMP u. 59c the Bragg Stadium on Saturday October 19 to wit-
full section on the fifty-yeard line of the north stands at the oa (.... to 10-Uw UN
KUZZIN'S KABARET Greensboro Memorial Stadium, has been set aside for reserved .- .i ness the much talked about encounter between Morris

seat holders. STANDARD OYSTERS % Pt. 60c Pt. $1.15 Brown College of Atlanta and the Rattl era.A sell
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I Fish Baits home for the occasion. The Wolverines will bring a

For Sale SPOTSLb. host by at least two bases and there will be a

Phoit 224-6032 Fish Bait: Red Wiggles I Lb.29C Lb.35C number of cars. A party for the Morris Brews fel-

i GUARANTEES to read your ENTIRE LIFE -past present and future. (pitrnn) $1.80 per lowers will be held in the Freshman Lodge Bail ding

t !She asks no questions, but WILL TELL you what you want to know, thousand. tad Straight Week by Popular Demand from 12 to 8 p.lI...Reaeraber also that Otis Mebfey

sal giving dates and facts of business love, health and family MULLET
Jones Gardens, 829 Is still taking applications and money for the
affairs. Tells you whom you will MARRY and when. If the one

,you love is true, and what to do to be successful. Will unite Floral Street, Talla NO L?* IUT 5 LBS. $1..00 train to the Orange Blossom Classic He wilt. eat

the separated, locate absent friends and relatives, cause happiness hassee. Florida. the Homecoming Case with his receipt book........

r between MAN and WIFE. Make 'up lover's Quarrels. Tellsif Too who have Bade eo many observation will certainly -

sickness or bad luck is natural eneales, evil influence and
r-----------------------I grant that I aa right In making the general
bad luck. Does not tell you to'Dlease yon. BUT will tell the truth. One visit

will repay you for disappointment in all others. I not only read your life I I KUZZIN'S MUSIC BOX I observation that men are divided iato two great

like an open book, but I also help you out df your troubles. Medina and classes: those who predominantly live IB ...?.,.*.
divine healer. : YOUR
those who predominantly live in recoil Nt.... Beta
COME AND SEE why you are so unhappy, why everything seems to go WI'OnrIh7 be 327 North Macomb Street

_ sad and downhearted, sick and worried when you can be helped and everything i GOSPEL BLUES POP JAZZ i have a wrong relation to time. The healthy tedividaal -

made clear by consulting 'THIS GIFTED ADVISER. lives at once both in hope aid la reeol *

EV31TOKE! .welcome. NO MAIL ( ftBED. I sake no house to house calls. She will I LPs I'
45s action, and only thereby-does lift aeqvire true
prove that you can obtain your desires. Everything sacred and confidential. "

Madam-Tina"", is licensed by the State and County. Located permanently in her .I Join KUZZIN'S FAN CLUB! ; and substantial continuity.Fee yo Best week. ..

own l ol .for many years at 2902 S. Monroe St. in Tallahassee Fla Open : Bd 224-4316 and In the mean time please read *p OB the Bond
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Community To Purchase First. Annual's Winners : Sports Scribes Sfeowld

Get Off Listoa's lick

Suns' Baseball ClubIn ft r CHICAGO--ANP--It is this writer's opin-

ion that the nation's sports writers
order to retain a clamored for a Triple.A. brand of baseball of
Triple A baseball team franchise for many years which they and the players .. (whites, for the most part) are having a
under a pattern setup by and when it became a are capable.The field day potshoting Sonny Listoa with

several other cities in reality last year, the Jacksonville Suns i -
i--- underhanded barbs. They really should get
the International League city received a great are offering to the -ji ;- :
interested and public- deal of national general public an opportunity off the man' s back.

spirited sports fans in publicity since the team to buy stockin s sd Hardly a week passes since Listen became

Florida now have an opportunity became the first in the Community Owned Base-
heavyweight boxing champion but that some
to become league's history to wina ball of Jacksonville a
stockholders in the new pennant in its first Inca new organizationThe writer attacks him for virtually no reason

community effort by outing.If cost per share will at all. Many just don t like the man and
being allowed to purchase the team is forcedto be $10. issued by the M
take it out on him in their sports ooluwis
shares in the Jax move its franchise coop any.
Suns' baseball club according from Jacksonville to Buyers of stock in the He is their favorite target.

to Jax Suns another city, it may Jax Suns will therefore Liston is attacked when he airs his views
owner-general manager take many years.if ever, become part of a growing .
and blasted for
'choking up' being
Bob Moduro. for the community tp chain of comcu nity-owned i
Lack of adequate financing secure another repre- baseball clubs which contemptuous when he remains silent. AbsoluteLY
to meet mounting sentative club. seem to be the solutionto
no consideration is given the mea
operational costs has There have been rumorsof the financial pro-
for laboring under his peculiar handicaps,
forced Mr. Moduro to the loss of the Jack- blems of many of today' r

following the patternset sonville International minor league clubs.In real and imagined.Few .

by other league members League franchise to the above mentioned heavyweights, if any have ascendedthe
namely Pochester, another city. And therei cities John Q. and his
Mrs. have pitched in to fistic throne less equipped, educationally
Indianapolis Syracuse s jpT} e--repeat--jome
Buffalo and Little Pock truth in these rumors. lend their support in ,. and as mentally harassed as

all of whom solved financial However nobody connected very concrete fashion by "... -.: Liston. He was foredoomed to contempt by
difficulties by with the management dipping into their pockets "./
the before he climbed into the
giving local supportersan of the SUNS has and laying their press
cash the line. TOP FLIOHTERS---Miss Vernice Turney, Ocean City, N.J. winner of the HOB en' s
opportunity to pur- any desire to leave the on ,ring the first time against the then champ
chase stock in their City of Jacksonville The legion of Suns' amateur division and Emmett Gholson, sen's amateur division winner (bottom Floyd Patterson.

team thus allowing them which has become its supporters are con- photo) received handsome winner's trophies from Bill Jackson, sales representative -
a chance to retain their home and of which they sidered forward looking Admittedly, the fault has been largely
of Schenley Import following successful close of the recent golf
franchise but to also have become very fond. people and all sports Liston' His background of arrests and

receive dividends in They want very much to fans are, urged to make tourney sponsored by the Islanders Golf Club at Asbury Golf and Country Club difficulties with the law made him vul-

shares obtained. stay here and work their their contributions to Nepture, N.J. Bill Morgan (left), president of the sponsoring organization
IVxlnro pointed out that hardest to provide th'e keep the Suns in Jack- nerable to his critics, including the
assisted in the presentations. .
Jacksonville fans local fans with the best sonville. phonies and those with genuine convictions -

J. C.: Caroline .1 Collcfe Football
Extended Coast To Coast .. Heck, these critics didnf want
Baylor ReportedIn :
Takes Bride Bethune-Cookman30------------------Albany 6 him to 'become champion in the first place,

Tip Top CHICAGO--ANP--J.C. Florida Add 14--------------------Benedict 0 as pointed out by sports writer A.S. 'DOc'

Physical Shape Caroline, star Chicago Arkansas AtM: 21------------------Miss. College 0 Young in his book 'The Champ Nobody Wanted:

Bears defensive halfbackand Kentucky State 60---------------Knoxville 0 He'd be a bad example to youngsters, in
o A well-conditioned Elgin former University of Tuskegee Inst. 8--------------------Fisk U. 8 particular, his critics said in trying to

a S4 w Baylor and the Los Illinois great, last week Va. Union 13-------.-------------Md. State 10 block Liston' path to the championshipfight.

Lakers left here .
Angeles became the latest of the Winston Salem 26---------------Elizabeth City 6 .
last week for Hawaii to
three-team famous athletes to take Alcora A&M 29----- ---------Rust College 6 Boxing chiefs and critics alike brushed
begin a
round robin exhibitiontour the matrimonial plunge. Alabama A&M 28--------------------Morehouse 6 aside Sonny's plea that his early environ-

(IM of the "islands" J.e.chose a happy periodto Southern U. 40--------.------------Dillard 0 ment and lack of education contributed
r prior to start of the
National Basketball Association do it, too, The Bears, Claflin 18---------; ---------------Bluefield 7 directly with his former difficulties with
Albert McKee, President of Fidel is, Realty Com
season. with a big assist from Lane 20-------------------------Miss. Ind. 17 the law. And his plea, after he dethroned

pany, 3244 Telegraph Avenue, Oakland, California, Baylor the Laker's Patterson to be 'given chance' to be
Caroline, were riding the Clark 42-------------------------Ft. Valley 6 a a

is. the genial guest of, Sid McCoy, emcee and host bread-and-butter was in top form player in the crest of a, three-game Grabbling 26--------------------Tenn. A&I 14 good titlist has been equally ignored. The
the Pet Milk Showcase radio series heard in :
team's final scrimmagehere winning streak in the Va. State 13----------------.--Howard U. 6 barbs keep flying by those who seemingly
thirty-one cities.INDEPENDENT. week. He dominated -
last newly-born National Football N.a College 25--------------------Morgan St. 20 labor to provoke him into angry outbursts.
first-half play ,
OIL COMPANY and wound up with 38 .,League, season. The N.C. A&T 69--'f----.-----------------'--Shaw 0 Frankly, the man doesn't know what to do.
MECHANIC ON DUTY points to lead his This writer makes no excuses for Listiwi's
Bears were also leadingthe Wiley 37-------------------------Bishop 20

Ike Joseph ----------. -------Pronri tor "Vhites" teammates toa past deeds he '
105-97 victory over NFL s Western .Di vi- Ark AM&N 20--' ---------------Jackson St. 7 wrong or any might gen-

State and Jeff. rur Streets -' El 6-9432. uinely commit. I only ask that the
the "Blues" in the sion. Prarie View 44-------------------Texas Sou. 6 man

intersquad game. Caroline tied the knots Pro Football be given a fair chance in the American

.' with Laverne Dillon, a tradition taking into consideration his
Denver 50-------------------------San Diego 34
Ex Trotter
Dr. P. R. PALMA librarian at his former real handicaps.
Kansas City 28--------------------Houston 7
Gets Va. StateCoaching Alma Mater. It was not -
Acute And Chronic Disiases ,New York 31-----------------------Boston 27 ROYAL ART STUDIO
known whether Carolineand ,
Medical Plus Manuel Corrective Slot Buffalo 12-------------------------Oakland 0
,. his former fiance 515 DAYIS STREET
Healing Philadelphia 24--------------------Dallas 21
Therapies Colonic Irrigations romanced on the Illini
Order Howat Refecel Prices
r during his playing New York 24--------------------Washington 14
Phone EL 3-1940 campus PHOTO GARBS
Chicago 10------------------------Baltimore 3

1120 N. Myrtle Ave h days.Caroline broke the leg- Green Bay 42--------------------Los Angeles 10 IndiYiduats-F aily GrHps-Cteks

Next Door To Dixie I' BLACK & WHITE CBL8R
Pharmacy w Detroit 26--------------------San 'Franc!RCO 3
endary Red Grange's
ground gaining record at St. Louis 56--------------------Minnesota 14 SEPIATONE

You on't Have To Go To Town To Get Illinois. Cleveland 35------------------.--Pittsburgh 23 Quality PhotographsCHURCHESWEMifiSSMIALS
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c LOW PRICESOn Tigers Expected To Defeat Holiday Deinune Classic Alien I

MIR > Dial EL 4-1894

1" to" Albany After Morris UpsetA Set For Nov. 28 -. .,
Your --
L', chastened Edward Waters College eleven began WEST PALM BEACH The t J1HM'S$ } EN-E 1 it 1 r( MON/ A-Nn IIMf.

DRUG STORE NEEDS American Legion. West .
M a heavy drills in preparation for Saturday night's -
t.1 Palm Beach Post 199.will
t_ '' tilt in the Myrtle Avenue Ball Park against the
i Trade With Your Neighborhood Dru, Store PAUL GODWIN sponsor The Gold Coast
Albany State College Raas. Coach Paul and his
IE WIIL MEAT: ANY PRICES ADV. IN YOUR LOCAL PAPJJtS.te ; Classic" Thanksgiving I nfrfri

'eUver-tC' also Fill All Doctor's Prescriptions Paul Godwin former aides are working on Interior line play and the night. November 28. in
basketball captain who Beach Munici-
West Palm i
Tiger passing attack. The
coaching staff pointedout
Just recently returned pal Stadium.
Dixie Pharmacy from an European tour that failure to carry out blocking assignments This is the first time

with the Harlem Globetrotters and tiling in the air attack were major contributing that a college football
1362 Kings Rud It Myrtle Anise has been appointed game has been brought to every
factors in last week's
loss to Morris

Pfcones Elgin 5-5597-98 for basketballcoach his alma College. ....................... turnout this area is and anticipated.a capacity I C ivi: tingling

-N--------N-NMN- mater. Virginia State After the coaches key players ha-ve- him Bethune-Cookman Collegeof time!
PAY Y8UR LIGHT WATER All TELEPHONE College President finished discussing the worried. There are six Daytona Beach will
Robert P. Daniel the Interior linemen on the .
an- scouting reports on oppose Allen University. I
nounced. Albany State-Bethune injured list as of to- Columbia S.C.
Godwin replaces the game the "B" team day.

late Shelton II. Matthews spent the evening running SAVE
victim of a fatal auto Albany; State plays.To .
T accident. He played pro- date the Tiger secondary ,

fessional basketballfor has allowed only

two years.He 4 pass completions out .
will also be swim of 28 tries. One was fora

4 I d ming instructor and all touchdown and the r .
t assistant in student ac- Tiger defenders have 1 .

ilI' tivities. picked off two of the S10 Sl
opponents passes. Coach "-'
WATCH THIS CLOWN Scott chief scout,
pointed out that Lewis
McGee Albany's all conference Fa
LEARN A TRADE 591-12-69 quarterback completed -

!Ii Six Shirt Mtifhs ThatWill 3 9 7 out of 12 :
5 passes attempted in the

i le BENEFICIAL 8 0 half of the Bethune
1 gaae. He completed one

n En E Fir LIFETIME 63-16-3 4 pass for a touchdown.
The coach stated that
JACKSONVILLEIAIIER 23-94-20 the defense Bust be la--

: r Sometimes he m 'UP proved If they are to .llBeef
/ r Sometimes he s down stop McGee who is re-

630 DAVIS ST. at BMVT .:. He adds, subtracts putely the beat passerin -.i>
.. .Re works it all around. the conference.: : $
111% Air Cii.mmtJACXSaRVULE $ its
c- COMUfa ATTRACTIONS .' Head Coach .,jack Paul* at i Bestk
FLIIIBA 7 ;E 60-Y1- 40 stated that injuries to


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JOINS GROWING JACKSONVILLE sorely needed fac- martie. Other program features were given by: Joe H. was unable to attend J when Miami : between

ility for the city's rapidly growing westside sec- James and T.L.
Redoing; Rev. R.A. King invocation '
: interrupted plane schedules. The Ini of the
to Joined public service units here when Dr. H. James
Sunday Greene, master of ceremonies; Second the program was briefly interrupted Fire

Fire Station No. J8. was dedicated during an impressive Ward Councilman
Lem Sharpe; Rev. R.J. Blaine who. residents from 2-C and 2-E, under the sr. Jaaes
ceremony. ,The $156.000 ultra modern
gave the dedication prayer for Bishop W.F. Ball who Isadore Singleton and wearing name pix
located at 25th St. and Myrtle Ave was turned over
had another commitment. Remarks were given by JoeH. vocally ,protested of precinct have
to ,the fire department: by principal speaker Mayor
Commissioner" James Mrs. Willie Griffin. Eric 0. Simpson, who represented on the dedication
Haydon Burns to Fire Chief G.R. Cro-
Negro firemen and then withdrew from
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Srvks Union Community Tip To Teens MAIDS

Shoe Repairing Sound Service for Ad- The college freshman -- Union Progressive
vertising -, Dances. Ball Programs Women'sDay female that is will

Of Any Kind Games etc. Also Loud soon learn that looking ,Assn. Meets Here Oct. Agcy.

Speaker Service for Sunday 'right" on campus The' Union Progressive Baptist Nf
is Oar Only BBSJ'MSS Banquets. Concerts. means looking natural.Roapandwater .
P ecord Hops etc. Women's Day will be will he hosted by Bethlehem Baptist Church i

845 Florida Avenue EL 3-! 02 SOUND, SERVICE celebrated throughoutthe her complexion's best annual session Oct. 16-20, Rev. A. I Store
day Sunday at Union friend because hs avy -- ...........
.: \.; ." IMPERIAL -'SUNDRIES I Community AMR Church. make-up just doesn't go pastor. Officers i I
Beaver & Faverson Sts. with the easy-fitting -,.
Patent Medicines CosmeticsAll present
of which the Rev. N. Mc- convention
Leading Hair PreparationsCor. 1s pastor. Rev. W.B. Murray Central Schedules Rev. S.

BROAD AND ASHLEY EL 4-2159 Sunday School opens at rator; Rev :
Mammoth Harvest
9:45 a.m. with Mrs. InstallationScheduled first vice

There Is ($100.00)) charge.Willie G.Guest Daniels superin-in Sunday Tea SundayThe Rev.vice W.M.

tendent is Mrs. Sadie Pastor. Officersand
OM Hundred Dollars Reward Fedd of Bethlehem.Baptist Installation services for Members of Central W.positor stuckey.;

Church. Guest Rev. Walter B. Murray" will, C.M.E. Church are making '

Offered For The Return Of The Wallet teachers are:Mrs Ernes be held nightly begin- plans for their Mammoth w.j.bert. Perry
tine Cox. Grant Memorial Harvest Tea to be held
ning Oct. 14 and lasting board ;
AMF Church. Class fl; Sunday. October 13th in
Papers Portfolio And LettersOf I. Arline.
Mrs. Rosa L. Ashley. through the 20th in Second' the church auditorium at w.p.
RICHARD DE RIVERA Macedonia Primitive. Bethel Baptist Church, First and Davis Streets. cording

.' Baptist ChurchClass 12;" Mrs. Katye Strickler.
Lost On Broad St. Near Masonic Temple 1546 East Pasco St. Ser- Peoples
Mrs. Annie Paschal. Mt. wellknown fashion designer board
Ararat Baptist.Class 13: vices will begin at 8 p.m. here will serveas

MAIL TO:: RICHARD DE RIYERA Mrs. Mamie Starling. Rev. Eugene Murphy will one of the featured Ga.

Central Baptist Church. soloists.All .
P. 0. BOX 481 Class 14. Mrs. Ernestine serve as master of cere- boards and auxilia- 1st t $

Lewis of Second Baptist monies. On Monday night, ries of the church will
Church will review the Oct 14 the Revs. P. take part and will sponsor MAODN. Ga. 12

No Questions Asked ) lesson. a table. The first
( joseph Peter s Bap-
Morning worship beginsat This Teals one of the be accepted to D

11 a.m. with Call to tist; RCV.A.J. Hughes, St. activities sponsored ern

- Worship by the Pastor of leading up to the celebration the State
and Rev. B.
John Baptist
Southside Rambler the day. Mrs. N. McCray. ; of the Church's not an

Program is as follows: F. Brown, Grace Baptist Anniversary to begin on buy A

Hymn. Midway AMR Choir churches, respectively, Monday night. October dent from
5415 Phillips Highway
11;Prayer.Mrs. Jeanettee 14th and will he the Ghana.
will serve.
Mungin. Second Baptist; 58th anniversary of the Sam Jerry
Scripture Mrs. Marie Tuesday night s principals Church and the first of accepted !'

Gantt. First Corinth will include: the pastor. Pev. w. C. vote at the

Y Baptist; Pecalouge. Mrs. Flanagan. Vineville
Rev. W. Demps,
Rena M. Kenner. Shiloh Ministers ,and Congregations first in
Baptist Church; Mis- Baptist; Rev. J.W. Jones, to share in the desegregate .

sionary Offering Mrs. Mother Midway AWE Church services are: Rev. Champion ship. rida:1"

Juanita Bailey New of New Hope AMF Oni
and Rev. F. Brown, Progressive -
Bethel AMF Church; Solo Church. Pev J, F. John- for

Mrs. Beulah Ramsey, Baptist. son. St Stephen IMF with a

Shiloh Baptist; Hymn. Wednesday night Rev. Church. Pev P.J. Blaine students

Mrs. Annie Paschal. Mt. R.A. King, Payne Chapel St. Paul AMF Church,and recently
Ararat Baptist.Introduction Pev. Joshau Reddick of cer
: AME Church; Rev. W. E.
of SpeakerMrs. Simpson Methodist.The tist school

Beulah Alston. Mt. Young, Tabernacle Bap- public is invited. The

Zion Baptist (Southside) tist Church. American
-. Willie "Bubber" Bell speaker Rev. Mrs. A- Board Plans the .
Thursday nightRev. J.C.
I I manda Anderson. Mt. 7lonAMF trustees
Southside invita- Rogers,Macedonia BaptistRev. to lower ;
wiu daily sem you ( ); Fall TeaA

tion to Joiners. Pev. F.W. Jones, Fountain
Mrs. Anderson; Offering Pretty Hat tea will The pastor
Chapel AtlE Church Rev. S.
64 Model Ramblers Mrs,, Mary Jennings and be sponsored by the Jr. ville
Mrs: Martha Matthews. Andrews, New Mt. Zion Missionary Society of L. Moore

I / St. Paul AMF Church; Baptist Church. Second Baptist Church pedal
Presentation of VisitorsMrs. tee last
Sunday, Oct. 27 from 4
Fssie M. Sullivan ; Friday; night, Rev. H.M. studied the
: until 5:30: p.m. in the
NOW remarks chairman and Trowells, St. Luke Bap- lower auditorium of the
co-chairman;Benediction.Usher year-old *
tist Church; Rev. C.B. church Mrs. Janelle _
Board 12 of West
Wilson publicity chair- !) Brakes
1i. Union Baptist Church are Dailey, First Baptist. man announced. ROOM ,
serving Sunday evening, 3 *
p.m.: Wellknown local designer -
: d Dinner will be servedat For rent

!'l: SPORTS CARSNS the Church immediately Rev. D.B. Barnes, Sweet- Hayes will. Mrs.model Mattie a numberof SALE

following Morning field Baptist: Rev. W.C. her

AUSTIN KEAIEY 3000, SPRITE SIMCA WorshipMINNIE'S. Mitchell, Little Rock tions and original a talent crea-program Music BRISKET

will be presented.
Baptist. Charge given to Piano and .
the church Rev. C.A. the sponsors' presi- 3 Ibs.
741% W. Ashley-JaxFla.
5415 Phillips Hiwiy For Reservations Call Weaver. Charge given to dent chell and is Miss program Ruth chair-Mit- Eugene 1111 WHITE/

1=3 !;-4Q2 5. the pastor Rev. R.L.
_an. The public Is in- Music 1415
Jones. vited. Call ELgin .


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