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The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
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Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
S.W. Harmon
Creation Date:
November 2, 1963


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

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E l Dade Police Gets 'On Ball' When Miami Woman Rep \\ti" tflH1inal Rape Attack

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'One Killed Homes Bullet Raked


1' 'I In Violence Ridden St. Augustine

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- ,'1m Breakdown Of Racial Relations.

ro J 13-M0. 31 SATURDAY NOVEMBER 2, 1963 1'5 CENTS 'Miss Homecoming' And Attendants .

Blamed For Tragic Conditions i


I Yt small hamlet lying in the path of fighting

forct s during Tiorld War II. or IP fact

IJ UNGER STRIKE I during any other conflagration !

in history---and you will have '

,\ a true conditions now prevalentj i
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Jtims) Failt.FrOM HmftrDurm in this, the nation's
Boycott Action Threatened
city. REV. HJIW.U:
U. S. Court Hearing ... .
| To date, failure of city* **** *.s.a. + **
Afwfat 2 Fla. A & M Games
BY Eftli; (t. SIMPSON officials to meet with ington St. destination.

4. MIAMI --- Several HaitiwskeeJoci over In Federal, Strong protest action on tvo' fronts over wfir. protesting Negro groups Sporadic nightly raidsby

Court last week during an immigration hearing to the recent indefinite suspension of too has resulted in: car riding whites into -

r ctermin whether 24 men, women and cMdren: shouldbe Florida /&M students were voiced over the The Oct. 22 almost total Negro resiiteitial areas

given political asylum in this country or weekend by the Jax Brunch of the ..National.Association destruction by Moljotov has resulted in the

allowed to go to other country ...*........... for the dvancer-ent of Colored cocktail fire of the home home of NAiCP Youth Coun

The hunger--fainting government In 1958 fled people ai dra campus group at Florida State ,of an elderly Negro couple cil advisor Dr. R. B.
obviously resulted from from Nassau last month
University to President George ft. Gore .
Hr. and Mrs. JoeIcalhoun home, the Negro
the hunger strike that and arrived here on : F

'22 of the 24 have beenon Sept. 11 at which time president of Florida /'\&M Uni veri ty. MISS BRENDA GRISSETc a Junior from Baldwin, on owned Iltrlen Gardeas Club

since last Saturday. the .......... W.KingIstrent
: U.S. government gave The Jax Bra\h NAACP 279
the vauuted "Miss in title Edward
won HOK scorn {, at fired upon and a
The black Haitians, who him a permit to enter written the allegedly participated in, and
protest, over
have been held at the the country tor permanent Paters College and will be spotlighted along live hand grenade being

Immigration Detention residence. signature of the local protest demonstrations lth' her junior and sophomore attendants, Mrs. four cocktails discovered in a ditch

Station at Opa Locka Benoit is married to an unit's president, Rut- against Tallahassee's : 1 hav-
Frances left and kiss
Ejkes ( ) Betty Curry adjacent to the club.Jn .
since Sept. 15, are appealing American citizen, a Pearsonstated in segregated public facil- T
to be free In white nurse. They are ledge itiesthe the 1 p.m. gala parade Saturday: and the game fea- ing been a seemingly retali-

the United States, cr to living in a hotel on part-'1e feel that an Student Group turing Coach Jack snationally xanked.EWC DR. HAYLING thrown---- atory act, the hone of a

be allowed to go to Miami Beach where this Injustice has been done for Equal Rights at Tigers and undefeated S.C. Area Trade Fchool at with little damage -- at t
white woman located abouta
another country exceptthe reporter interviewed the Florida. State University
and such decision
a was
8'p.m. in Myrtle Avenue Ball Park. Colorful festivities the home of Bungum Robin-
Bahamas or Cuba. leader of Haiti's revolutionary writing President forestated Quarter of a mile fnm
unwisely made for In will, be, 'held on the EWe campus throughout 167 Cault St.
The Haitians fled from movement. Dr. in part. .... '. ; non a Negro section was firwl t
the tyrannical rule of Benoit said there are this day in which we the day. :. (Royal Art photo by: C.J. Simon) son's children are attending -

Haiti' s.dictator. Dr. nearly 10,000 Haitian live. I am sure that you, ."It iM our contention all-white Fuller- into Wednesday night.

Francois Duvaller, and exiles in the Bahamas. ; that the 1 uty_,of a u. Arvertity -Motorist-Makes '. Another NAACP 1 airier.Rev.GoMle .
_. -f'- "rea]ii that- there-Is*'a'*". : .. .-- hOI-Six! -. mes- .YII' IMo""w .roo..' .' -,.. .. --.. .
had been_ ;living In the,, '. :Thus, t'ticial v struggle being: waged' for .Istudents .disciplining J r Amazing Recovery wood EIementar S Eupeokswas struck
B Bahamas. said they are concerned can and often Come' Up Swinging The Oct.. 25 rifle shot on the head and injured by
Fearing: that the Baha- that the 24 here may; be human dignity and the I Metro detectives reinvestigating BEREITT nLAND-ANP-- death of willi*" David
should involve an approach an el ctric ro, -pro(T
cutting motorist
.mians would order them followed to New York and ranking of an American a A 45-year-old

sent back to Haiti where the U.S. by thousandsmore ideal of 'freedom and different' from....-.. and shooting involvingtwo last week was making t. remarkable Kinard, 24, white of bearing lawman during a

they would face death Haitian political that utilized by the South Dade men who at St. Augustine who with non-violent .JeKHistratioi.
,for their act, the group refugees. Justice for all' is more ended up at the Dade recovery a companions was -

fled from the Bahamas Attorneys for the group than just an id al." courts. County Hospital in Ken- local hospital after three by tit NAACP.

In a small boat. They claimed the 24 have the 'Students bliould, we dall. ttree-hour riding through; a Negro Dr. Hayling am1 three
f It is not our intention undergoing n
were picked up Sept. 15 same rights of political feel be disciplined Yd.tbrefp'ect It was reported that :. residential area at 1:30 corv-rfiions were beaten! ata
by the coast Guard vessel refuges as the Cubans to idly stand by Jessie Wilson 26, and. operation for removal ojF with loaded shot -
a.m. a klan rally and the
Good Fortune.Dr. who fJed from Castro. while these two young to infractions of his wife Betty 29, were a length of three-inch
that the at a Goulds bar when fun in the car. leader has 'o+Ml sest'ltJM.
Clement Benoi t, They charge Americans are caused to university regulations, .' diameter pipe that had

former Haiti consul United States is legally suffer agtdnst a systemof not retired and.punihhed Isaac Everett 25, of Resident here are ques- He has appe-Jcd the ouc. -
General, leader of the seeking to send them 21801 SW 114th Court rammed completely
the four men
Haitian revolution move- back to their homeland. living which is not of as if they were in aceurt accidentally stepped on his neck during a freak tioning why viction.

ment and the group'sspokesman In yew of the fact that their maklngHoIIfthey of ]1... Mrs. Wilson's toes anda accident.The chose to drive out of This brief. w** Batien of
started between
said "they some 100.000 Cubans-- are not reinstated :We ask for immediate Wilson fight aid Everett. patient with the unusual their way through the the explosive St. Augustine
did not necessarily want mostly whites--have been
to remain in the United admitted into this country Boon we are suggesting reinstatement of these-t Jessie Both Isaac Wilson Everett, 26, and of constitution and recuperative Negro section when a situation flails' to

States. as political refugees u boycott of your gene to two students and further 22310 SW 117th Avenue ability is Willie direct. route would have! present a favorable picture -

"They want their freedom many are beginning be played here Nov. 30th urge the disciplinary .are in critical condi- J. Johnson. taken then to their Wash to the world and action -
." he said. They did to suspect that
with Texas Southern and a rt1on. at large of North
not want to be held like rank discrimination is 1. committee reconsidertheir

criminals. dictating the action state_ boycott of the cases in the: lightof Police Quickly Nab Xnerica's oldest city
4 /
who broke being taken against the
Dr. Benoit, ,
Orange Blossom Classic. possible offensesagainst 'ihicb is plbMiBg to ( *&ebratel -
with the Duvalier black Haitians.
NAACP throughoutthe university regulations : possi It]..-- its

2 Women Charged state of Floriilu will rather than Negro Rape Suspects quadri**lId al ce] *-'.rr tioo

be notified regarding the County hurt Policies and MIAMI Metro police, in 1965.
I Ballard 36, of 17623 her bedroom when the
'who took several weeksto '
sane judgements. Homestead Ave. and Sam two men ''crashed through Local Man

In Fatal Slayings In its letter .seeking Sincerely yours roundup three whites Coley Jr. 39. 19522 the.-jalousies of a side
and three Negroes accused -
152nd Street. door, although she was Drowns
Police tirst"d lifting of the indefinite Con Callowaj of raping a 15- AccRfaitiy
MIAMI were Jail under decree
The men are being held clad only in a housecoat
busily investigatingmurder murder charges. suspension of Florida President year old Negro girl, in county jail without took her to a Services Sunday

charge againsttwo ENGAGED TO VICTIM A&M students.. Mrs Pa Student Group reversed procedure under bond pending a peace wooded area in Richmond Funeral services for

local women with Steihens Due and for dual Rights unusual circumstanceswhen Justice hearing. Heights by car and assaulted Solomon Travis wfc. accident -
preliminary hearings It s going to be me tricia a Miami white woman -
A homicide detective her.Homicide the
ly feel into
scheduled to be aired or you. .one of us is Rubin xenon for having Death RuledAccidental who reported being Detective
reported the woman St. Johns Qiver and
before local jus- going to die. police criminally attacked resulted -
SheriffExaminations called stating she bad Wally Lapeters reported drowned last Saturday
tices. reports disclosed concerning DtfHty in the Quick arrests -
been raped by the suspects Ballard and Coley were M will feekeU
Mrs. Gloria Reese Pack a 1 oy e r's argu- In autopsy report from of two Negro suspect ,reports revealed.She Quickly arrested follow- ., oa

23, of 250 NW 10th St. ment 'whichieaded'lnthe the Duval County Medical 8. told investigatorsthat ing the woman's: description "* Sunday
told police Civil service examinations Examiner s office this Held on rape-robbery she was alone in of her assailants. at 2 p.
she shot and. fatal stabbing -. to establish an week ruled that a 25- charges are. Henry Lee
.. i.
killed Edward ofArthur eligibility list for year old Jacksonvilleman's
Union OrderedTo A 1 8110.+
Sherman ( U deputy sheriffs was announced death resulting Coffee Inflation
01., Jk-
23, 956 N.W. Manuel of by the Days from a penicillin shot Enroll
TALL} ASSES(ANP)--According to a reliable report well haeral-
4th Avenue in 325 NW 9th County Civil Service was accidental.

her homefollowing Street by Board. Thomas Brown of 1967 W. Negro Apprentices the. ..*rounds. *here,. it is possible for, TRAVIScharge. lions i D

an J.V. Brown his fiancee Minimum educational requirements 17th St. received the I CHICAGO-In what is be- Negroes to be served at some of Tallahassee's .

arg um e n t whom he was to marry, a for appli- penicillin shot from Dr. lieved to be the first normally segregated restaurants--for a price. Reports disclose that
over some Q. R. PACK week hence. The statement cants bust be gradua- H.A. Spearing at his 823 Travis 39. of 1108
money Sherman allegedly was reportedly tion or the equivalent Davis St. office on the court order of Its kind, Police officers r-irt that four Negrr. .s enteredthe Dora St. was IB the

took frog her earlierin Manuel s last. from an accredited high evening of Oct. 17 and a local union here has restaurant of the Parkway Bowling Alley at 9 coajM&y of his slater,

the day.. Held on a second degree school; good physical was pronounced dead on been directed to enroll p.m. last Wednesday. Each sat at the counter and 3rsdiA gaftta YcCl ala sad
The suspect told police murder charge in condition and moral arrival at Duval Medical forthwith thre Negro 'King" Knight who were
Officer Jimmy F. Wilson county Jail is Miss Judy reputation which will be Center shortly after ordered a cup of coffee. The restaurant man.ger fishing fro a pier at

the first lawman to arrive Vivian Brown, 23, of thoroughly investigated. 7 p.m., police reported.Dr. applicants for apprenticeship according to the police report allowed the four 123 Riverside Ave. when

on the scene, that 714 NW 3rd Avenue. Age requirements for Spearing) a naturopath traiiiirg who had to drink the coffee but he charged them 50 cents a he toppled fro the Bier
after she shot Sherman Miss Brown told homicide applicants must be between told police he into the river slaking
previously been rejected cup. Then he called.the police.By .
twice--in the chest and Detective Charles the ages of 25 to asked Brown if he had iaeedUteJy true slfht.

neck with a calibre .22 Shephard that she and 35 and they must be ever had a reaction from soles because of their the tiae officer., arrived ach of the Negroes The body was recovered

revolver she said she Manuel became engagedin bona fide residents of penicillin and had received race. had drunk the coffee paid the 50 cents and de- san two hours after the

then placed the weaponon an argument after he Duval County. a negative reply. 'The three young ten had. .'. drowning hy a city fire-

top of a dresser. told her a furniture Deadline for completed Spearing administeredthe twice been refused. eaTploycent i'.' parted. boat which conducted
Wilson reported being company had phoned him applications will be shot and Brown immediately ....... "'r..... dragging operations.'f' .

unable to find the mur- on the Job lnforminghla. Tuesday Nov. 5 at 5 became unconscious as .iron worker* VOT f YES I I I fc>r Amendment! l
der weapon. that a furniture bill p.m. in Room 411, Duval and died, reports apprentices. **********
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The traI&D was placed. in was in arrears. County Courthouse. disclosed.

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f v3t rr Politics As Usual : _

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Published by The Florida Star Publishing Co r S ,-

Jjfi,-Veober of Associated Negro Press"* : Racial ers ors UiiscmiiIn {

ifliC 8. SIMPS8N.............MaiiEster! :1 \\V\ :;;-'cc ,: ..: Negroes Jobs ScircifyThe :.

1 !.L'fS@N' E. WISE..................News E r"H1LBA ': 'Ak w. g 4aN need of N'etro Americans. and particularly ,

!' WOOTEN.........Ckc !ati.i Maager of Negro Southerners, for irore: and

.i- r i better jobs is underscored by econo Ji?*t

.tri. Vivian 7. Henderson in a sh-rt. study',
2323 Moflcrief f Road..DII ELgil 4-6782 :. ; t '. J J :.c. ;.r-. 4:
: The Economic Flatus of the Negro; In Ttte
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Mailing Address: ,, :
: Nation and .In_ the South, published rec,'My'
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P. 0. Box 561 Jacksonville 1 Florida
'{ TAKING THIS FREEDOM jay the Southern Regional Council.

Ir i Naa Vivian Henderson is professor chai11"

73j -JWr3rd Aye. Phone 3771025 s. of the Department' of Economics

am* Business Administration; at
.. Fisk University. i. r-nrently
:.One Year_ $6.00 Half Year. $4.00 .. Ib L
serving as r visiting professor
Mailed. to You Anywhere in the United States i Q .-
'j ot North Carolina State Collegein

Subscription payable in Advance -

Send Check or Money Order to: Raleigh

Despite gains sade since TTorld7ar SUtPSk"4
II. Dr. Henderson finds "little cause i
1, Florida -
i for optiriisM regarding rapid olmnge: in tho

STAR Urges Voters To Support status of Negroes in the= iar future. "

'Tens ions generated by poor race relations -
Colkft IwiWing AmMdmMt 2 ,
>> n.ic
are not conductive to eeui ;
The future role of the State Junior Col- 'Q gvovt

leges and Universities vill be at stake on CIVIL RIGHTS LEGISLATION WILL HELP. BUT IT CAN'T BE STOPPED growth, Henderson also warns. 'Ch?u

over school desegregation, boycotts to
November 5, for it is during that time that:
achieve eniplo ent opportunity
the voters will have the final sny as to
demonstrations, and picket lines, all are

whether our state-supported institutionswill Your I sirply: and tragically inimical to *lte economic -

be nble to expand in order to keep Weekly
., life of the region. Positive stops
pace with the space age, or will become
toward court] race relations, the full absorption -
stalemated in their presently: overcrowdedconditions. -
of Negroes into the mains!.ream,of
Horoscc GuideBy
p-e the region -- these imperative to leadership -
Of utmost Importance en the Nov. 5 ballot ,
seeking a healthy South.' *
will be College Building/ Issue No.2. A
While the income: of Negro families und
favorable endorsen.. by each voter goingto PABLO The ASTROLOGER
individuals nationally has grown over five
the polls--voting YES--will secure some
times since 1940 it is still 'lit lp.
$75 million in surely needed funds to .relievo WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR
more than one-hair that of American. '\Mte
our state-supported institutJOES from

present Jack of classrooms, .dormitories. BUSINESS LOVE TRAVELARIES families end individuals.

Moreover Dr. Henderson flints out, "in,
1 laboratories anr' other essential buildingsso

the South Negro families have an income of
neccessary to keep pace with rapiiJly increasing -
chance that they will be take exceptional insightand available to you in orderto less than one-half (46ft that of white

college enrollment necessitated by Born March 21st thru just what you have always discernment to get gain your ends. You
families and only one-half the income"
Florida s population explosion. April 19th been looking, for. at the true facts. Thoseof may make considerable

Working at a feverish pact *,o secure passage Unless you are one of Jobv problems, intrigueand you who are especially headway by following non-southern negroes.

the fortunate Arians who concerns over your gifted with a keen these tactics. This fact, says Kencerson! explains "why
of College Amendment Issue
Hullding 2 has unlimited have to with 1-90-33-18-52-193
means or well-being will intuition or excep-
Negroes have stepped up their efforts to
are leading! citizens bandinc! together ur-der,- who has retired on an be figured in your cal- tional reasoning powers CAPRICORN

the Citizens for Florida s Future, the adequate pension you must culations. If some kind will find themselves Born Dec. 22nd thru speed school desegregationwhiclcin large

realize that you have to of a showdown has been making more correct than Jan. 19th part, derives from efforts to secure, a
Florida State Chamber of Commerce and its '
Certain events could
keep on laboring until brewing between you and wrong guesses. There is better breaK economically. "

( local affiliates and thousands of public- your ambitious objectives your domestic or public some: confusion to mis- mislead you into believing ...tlt'
"The proportion of Negro rutin ies with incomes -
have been reached. associates. lead you on these same that you should
spirited citizens and educators throughout
Excellent days when you 5-20-66-13-82-521 days.. proceed now with projects between $4,000 and $0,000 tripled

(he state can make substantial 7-30-77-16-45-736 that were not to be
CANCER between 1941 and 1961, and the nuwber of
The College Building .Aiiendment Issue2 progress in these direc- Born June 22nd thru LIBRA launched until some time
; tions through a promotionor Born Sept. 23rd thru in the near future. The Negro families with incomes of i-ore than
passed in the Legislature 1 1/y an overturning July 22nd
well-placed invest- Oct. 23rd opportunities are there !f tj, 000 grew from 4% to 20: % durint the saga
TTe attraction of
a new
vote. ment are 2nd, 3rd 5th You may have the best according to various
love or an unusual hobby period.But .
IT is? .A civic wrn) OF EACH AND EVERY VCHER( 6th. Opportunities do not. seems to be chance of the month dur- planetary aspects, but
come singly and they may. occupying ing this first quarter there are others of a the Henderson study shows that these
TO SECURE OUR FLORIDA \OUTilS FUTURE BY your mind to the exclu-
range from the familiarto to add to your profitsor more obscure nature, gains occurred between 1940 any 19B4. Since
VOTIWi, (YES) FOR COIMJE BUIU, >1NG AMENDMENT the unexpected. It is everything else. to find a more remunerative warning against trips or
This is unwise as there that tine, the income gap between Negroes
KS-.11 2 ON NOVbMEER 5.LIT 8 EACH AM' EVERY your main concern to are underlying forces occupation.But moves that are premature.
You also encounter and whites has widened."Negroes .
recognize them for what you cannot forget may a
ONE OF US !'AAKE THIS CWt 'RIMARY GQAL AND that may upset your
they really are and not apple cart just when that you can be poor no disappointments regarding are losing ground r' i idly in
PUKPG: : E ON TUESDAY, NOVIluE, :K 5. for what you may wish you matter how much you earn your friends and
believe that the worldis gaining dollar parity with whites," according -
be. of loves ones but they will
them to The danger when you keep on spend-

ewu.s Underestimate Support making a mistake and your oyster. As long ing beyond your means. not be as serious as they to Dr. Hen(I;son, An! "earningsare
as your motivations are
turning potential gains If feel that seem to be on the surf -
you you are increasing for whites at a faster
above reproach, and you pace
For Civil Rights, WUkws Says into actual losses is know that your talents'are not up to the task of ace.8-40-11-14-69-641 than for Negroes "
quite prominent. doing the necessary book-
Efforts of Attorney General Robert F. Ken- real and not illusory -"
8-30-55-17-34-335 keeping to maintain the AQUARIUSBorn With employment among Negroes today twine
you may make inquiries -
nedy to water down the strong civil rights TAURUS as to the possibilities "proper balance, your Jan. 20th thru that of whites and the duration: of unem -

mate or other .associates Feb. 18th
bill approved by a subcommittee of the Born April 20th thru of getting on" ployment lont; r for Negroes than for
may be only too glad to You seem to be filled
indicates' that 20th" with your plans. There
House Judiciary Committee May
1" take this burden off with enthusiasm regard- whites, Dr. Henderson notes that the industries -
are certain deceptions
the Administration has "underestimated the your shoulders. ing your professionaland which have "a declining rate of
You seem to be very lying out of sight. if

depth of feeling of Americaiis over this much under the Influence you do not spot them in 4-60-44-15-84-465 monetary prospects. employment are the industries which have

issue to ilkins executive ot romantic notions good time, this is SCORPIO and the opportunities to "
according Roy bring them to full absorbed: Negroes. 1he?>f. include Mining,
those you cherish or the liable to prove rather Born Oct. 24th thru
secretary of the National ,Association for fruition do not to and
seem manufacturing, construction, where
urge to create somethingthat costly in terms of dol- Nov. 22nd

the Advancement of Colored People. has never been seen lars and cents. The antics of someone be lacking. But what you Negrce:. have found) unskilled uid seal-
may not know is that
Analyzing the objection* raised by the or done before. You can 9-10-88-12-63-918 who seems to be attachedto there are underlying skilled jobs as laborers and oitert+tivea.

take advantajB of favor- your person may be amusing -
Attorney General to the strengthened civil LEO factors that could undermine There has not been a large penetrationby
able vibrations to obtain 23rd thru on the surfacebut
rights measure. Mr. Wiikins recalled that your desireswhatever Born 22ndAn they may also cover your positionand Negroes into the grorth sector of em
Aug. leave holdingthe
in 1950 the House, by a vote of 279 to they may be. You up an ulterior motive. ployment. These industries and occupations
offer or opportunity hag after ell in
126. passed a civil rights bill containingPart may also discuss marriage to add to your holdingsor You had better try and said and done. Obtrin where Negroes have gained in eaploynaefitrepreseitt
but select a date find out before you are
3 which would have given "the Justice for the actual ceremonyso profits may; seem too separated from your cash the an&ers before you the slow growth are&s of the
good to be true.And cocnit yourself in any
Department new authority to act in civil as to insure it com- or something else of probing econo3j; and labor narket.. "
that is exactly what it way bj deeplyand
plete success. There are great value to you. Heed
rights cases. me Republicar vote for could be. If you decideto suing for edvice In discussing the losses to the Btieal
some confusing impediments the advice of your part-
the bill, he pointed out, was 168 and the perhaps due to buy land or a house ner instead of creatingan from tbose who way lno} economy through racial discrimination. B .
have it inspected by the more about certain
I Democratic, 111. previous ties that can- experts who make this issue. The apparently things than you do. Henderson concluded extrapolating fry
not easily be dissolvedand friendly days that are so
"Yet today." the NAACP leader told the their business. The artifices 5-80-44-19-78-584 government estimates, that "the South
which are not stand- unusual and interesting

Temple onuel Brotherhood forum in Wor- ing in the way. Should or subterfugesused may; also be covering-up loses fron. $5 to $) billion annually because -
by those who
chesterNass.'last \>week ".e are told attempts be made to get are certain deceptive factors PISCES of racial discrimination..t.
interested thru
in selling Born Feb. 19th
around such obstacles in much in
that in order to get Republican J1 support for you a bill of goods may that are very March 20th Accordingly the economist warns tlit
an unconventional manner evidence in the planetary
a civil rights bill, this section must be the risk of revelations. be too welldisguisedfor pattern. "rapid adj ustrnent must be merle by tllft

eliminated. 3-70-22-18-78-372 yon to penetrate 6-60-59-13-56-459 There is little doubt South ,if it expects 'to enjoy continue
when yon are lacking in SAGITTARIUSBorn that a vast majority of
"This position is even more astonishingwhen economic
GEMINI experience. The compulsion but progress.
Nov. 23rd thru people is sincere,

we remember that President Kennedy Born May 21st thru to go ahead regard- Dec. 21st it is the minority that The Southern Regional Council IB .* organization -

told a news conference last May that the June 21st less of the rules of You may have discovered is more than likely to of white rind Negro Southerners

There is nothing commonplace common sense or the give you something to
Federal Government was 'without statutory about your job wishes of those who by now that you are not worry about This also formed in 1944 to advance "equal oppor-
getting much in the way
authority' to act in Birmingham. Now that or the life you lead at stand to gain or lose makes it doubly imperative tunity for all the South' people."
i of results through con-

statutory authority has been offered, the home.Any thing can happen along with you. ventional methods. And to learn how to .........................
and probably does shoot- analyze human nature crt
Attorney General has 2-80-33-14-67-283 the chances are that the
formally rejectedit. ing you up to the cloudsone VIRGO picture will not changeone o master the technique forking with a grammar lesson, a trade schoolteacher

." moment and casting Born Aug. 23rd thru iota when you persistin of reading in their eyes asked one of the students, That la Itwfeea

Mr. Wilkins pointed out, also that the you next.Even down in the if you depthsthe are Sept. 22nd following the same what into worcis.they do Opportunities not put- I say 'I lore you, yon lore me, be love ..?' e

House .had-< previously< passed an, FEPC' bill not too certain regardIng There is such a maze of The methods only alternate in the future.choice and deceptions are The youngster thought a moment them replied

which was not ,included! in the bill offered their composition, contradictions in the running a neck-to-neck
seems to be to resort to That' ,of those TV triangles there somebody
you should look into news or in your daily race.
J by the Kennedy' Administration: <.' intrigue or to any of the gets shot.TT .' '
portunities. Trust to environment that It will :;
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Thanksgiving, Fete Planned: ,', _, Surprise Tea Queen, Attendants Sparked Event

'. Scheduled Nov. 10
ht4 '
: By Lily White Lodge

Lily White Lodge 125

; ;; '"" :" r is inviting friends and R
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';:,; .. 'd""... < the general public to a
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.'r._ ,4"'"< -' '.. ....-. ,;? ,..' surprise tea slated for
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?! ,A' Sunday. Nov 10 from 4--
;: : 6 p.m. in Joe H. James

Community Center, 13th r -

tt and Grunthal Sts.

Mrs. Mattie E. Williams
-4 .- \.." chairman and co chairmanMrs. ,,
"' Vera Johnson and ,0 -
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-' : : Mrs. Carrie B. Cunnings; -\t.'

'' Sammy L. Davis, program '

chairman; and Mrs. Mary tt 4 _
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- B. Taylor, public relations _
__ are in charge of :

h a the various committees. >
r Other committee leaders
'J are:

B.L. Terry, finance;

assisted by Mrs. Roti-

anna Johnson Mrs. .' '-. x
Thomsene Dorrell, Mrs.

Vera Johnson and Mrs. < "
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Mary Ford. ArrangementsMrs. .

Mary D. Robinson, '.,
chairman, Mrs. Mildred It !<.>$.'.... .... '-,
r- ; ,. -) Lillian Mrs. ElizabethWest
T !.
: >' and Will R. Warren. .

Refreshment. Mrs. Sarah: CROWING CERQDNY-Miss Delma Swam of Northwestern Miss Fftarn's escort was 1Raec R. Free on. Attendants -

'" : Glenn, chairman; Mrs. (photo right) was crowned 'Miss Classic" for shovm in photo left behind the qut'f'll' reMiss

Oliver Forest and Mrs. 1963 during the recent annual coronationalBall lead
"' 'Yo" Freddie Mae Mitchell, Gilbert; Miss Roslyn Burroughs -
'FOR'BENEFIT of their fellowmen; members of the Lafayette Ladies Civic Anna McWilliams. Ad 1963 during the recent annual Coronation Ball lead-
i Northwestern Miss Lynn Jofeaeofi.: .
-rA lu'b' met recently in Curtis Taylor's Club Eldorado to complete plans sponsors Mrs. Callie ; <<
ding up to this year's.BethuneCooklJan. : BenedictCollege
( Mae Gibbs. chairman; and Miss Juanita Prince.n" 'ell known direc-
for their two annual money raising projects, the Tuberculosis Association Mrs. Mary B. Taylor and annual gridfest nt: the Gator Bowl.Super- :

:< and Cancer Society drives, respectively. The first social event Mrs. M.D. Robinson. tor-fashion model. The affttir was hold in Civic
vising the crowning
ceremony was Gray.
.j. Officers and membersare AudltoriuH. (Royal Art Photos Rj C.J. SllJtQu)
,will be held Thanksgiving night, Nov. 28. Shown seated from left are:

.1. Mrs. I.. Hunter Mrs. G. Joseph, Mrs. M. Marshall and Mrs. .4. Burnett. organizations inviting, sister friends" :' Ward Names BIRTHS I I
Receives Appointment+
Standing: from left: lirs. A. Paschal Mrs. 0. Baylock, Mrs. Moses, Mrs. and the general public .Several New

__ \ to aid in making this Mr. and Mrs. FTdditJ: Har- Beckworth: 1845 W. 22nd TALLAHASSPF -- Secretary -
M. Hfcrnn and Mrs. M. Davis.Other embers are Mrs. Margaret Johnson, Mrs. Street Girl.
the most outstandingevent Staff AppointeesEight rell; 1736 W. 12th St. ; : of State TOIl Adams
i Evelyn Peck, Mrs. Clara Durham, Mrs. Funice Button, Mrs. Naomi Harris ever sponsored by Boy. Mr. and Mrs. Charles today announced the commissioning -

:t.+ and Mrs. Gladys Smith. (STAR photo by Randy: Bosti<5 the organization. executive appointments Mr. and Mrs. Ed Robinson Grant: 1552 W. 26th St. ; of Mrs. Pus-

to the ; 3151 w. 45th St. ; Girl. sell J. Godwin. 1126
Mr. and Mrs.
14> management staff of Boy. Lonnie Brookwood Road, Jackson -
L. Socially Speaking Roberts; 467 E. 23rd
Montgomery Ward's new Mr. and Mrs. James Street ; Boy. ville. Florida as a

Louise Guinyartl tuned them with an info rial: gathering of friends Department Store 5121 Feacher; 44)3 Detaille Mr. and Mrs Charles member of the Board of

Normandy Boulevard, were! Dr. ; Girl. Jones; 1038 Troyan St. Social Welfare District
Hattie Stewart selected her sister Glen's residence last Saturday evening. ;
announced this week by Mr. and Mrs. Odell Ma- Boy No.6. Duval County.
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as the setting when she entertained! Ksrdetteo ** *** *** ** '
Gerald L. Hall Store ree; 317 Orange St. ;

Bridge Club. Lois Avery, Hadassah Bui lard, and Hazel Pink and Ruth Bonner were tuest players at Manager. Boy. __ ROYAL ART STUDIO
Hall named Reuben H. and Otis -
Kntftrjn Robinson: were guest players. the most recent meeting of Classy Lassies Bridge Mrs.
Pugh. Sales Promotion Stevens; 1400 t E. 30th 515 DAVIS STREET

Margaret Wilson was high scorer in the bridge session Club. Mrs. Bonner qualified for guest prize. Manager for the two Street; Boy. ,
Order Now at Refcced Prices
followed by Grace West and Margaret Starkes. Club prizes were awarded to Juanita Williams, Jacksonville stores; C. Mr. and Mrs. Henry !
Wake Sharp Operating PHOTO CARIS
Smith 3077 Woodlawn
Hadassch ;
lard topped the guest scoring list. Margaret Mathis.'
Manager; Charles F. Road'Boy.
Sybil Butler, Mable Jones, Louvenia Solomon, Sarah ...................... ; Individuals-F amily firstsGirtsBLACK
Gribble Store Control-
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
HontLomery, Marie Bryuc, and Gwendolyn Stewart were' Joan spaulding, Carolyn Washington, Margaret ler; James W. Walker. Roberts; 4256 KatangaDr. & WHITE COLOR

among other persons participating in the meeting. Soft Lines Merchandiser; ; Boy. SEPIATINE
Starkes, Grace Sykes, Helen Toney, Dorothy Oliver,
*', L ; .................&..... Edward J. Pfister Hard Mr. and Mrs. L. P.
1 and'Alveta' Allen were among members prewent. Lines Merchandiser; Mrs. Garner; 337 Oak st. Qualify PlwtogripbsCHURCHESWE9AdMiSSlCIAIS

'I 'am happy to report that Gwendolyn Juiu -on Man' Nan Fletcher and Marie McClain were gutct playen M.K. Oxford Personnel Boy.

after Manager and Albert D. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Pitz
gram IH mcuperuting at Bremster Hospital when Keviiu'ttes Bridge Club not last Saturday .
: eve- Bray., Display Manager. '2414 Palafox St. ; Boy Dial EL 4.1894
surgery. '.
) ning. The seen: was the Cleveland Road home of Pugh named Sales Pro- Mr. and Mrs. James

Miss Johnson is a teacher at New Stanton High Sara Lovett. motion Manager, is a

School. Daisy Giiar+?Barbara Harper, Geraldine Hllliard native of Jacksonville.He .

> .....**.*.........*..*.... Joined Wards this FERRELL DIAMONDS
and Saw Lovett ero winnrr.- of club prizes. Marie year after having been

'confined to Brewster Hosptiul In Mrs. L.B. with
Also McClain was the recipient of the guest u ard.B Sears, Roebuck and

Childsl; A rapid recovery is wished for her. '1 Company nine and one

....*se....*...*.. ....... -CC Homecoming Queen' !half years. I I I I' _
t Sharp joined Wards in _
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,Mrs. Annettte C Irani ecu and Mrs. Rubin in KirUJn, ; ; : S i = 1951. He has been assistant _
t '--.. AIs.
toroier teacher r'-o. Iraiah FlocYer Junior High School t\\ store manager mer- S
chandise manager and .'
were among those honored by the DCTA last Thursday store manager in other

evening upon their retirnn-ent\ frun the Public locations prior to his, ._I tt t 'I 't ,

new appointment.
1 school System.
Gribble, named Controller 1 S 1 I 1 / I I I t

Mrs. Kirklin lias sine* entered Bretster Hospital is a native of llc-

and undergone sur try. She is reportedly doing w, Minnville, Tennessee. fSONYV
well. -'. -.- + Prior to his Joining
Wards this he
11 ............f..1. year,
served as Controllerwith ::

:Jesse end Bftrthene Jordan ere recent visitors to k retail another chain. national

Jackwuiville, where they were entertained by
Walker is a native of
and friends. Lt. Jordan left for Germany, Nashville Tennessee. He _

when:: His. Jonli will Join him within a few weeks.Ernestine Joined Ward's in 1955
and received numerous
Jordan, sister of Lt. Jordan enter- i { assigments within the wonderful r ,

company. Prior to his ieces1

: new appointment, he was I +
now its Pepsi operating manager at 1fs.

REKMD: --Miss Delores Jackson of Aluchua.a fresh- Montgomery Ward in West
'Y'om ,t '9
for those who man majoring in Business Administration, reigned Palm Beach.
Pfister Joined the Company -
thinkyoung supreme over tit Homecoming Festivities at in 1950. After par-

Bethune-Ccokman College. ticipating in the com-

Fey panY's management trainIng a f
program he received
several management assignments f _o GUARANTEED AGAINST BREAKAGE


.yrL a stores.
r t' *
Mrs Oxford, named
at an Y
< Personnel Manager _
Joined Ward's this year.

Prior to her new appointment -

4 she served as
x personnel director fora

j w r .w.. large downtown department $1.00 A WKK
I /rt Hottest hot or coldest cold can't hurt this
iI Bray recently joinedthe new cook and serve war! No glaze to scratch
t rntgcrcry rird handle and
or tarnish! Removable chain
organization after serving L cradle provide all-pwrpote convenience front
r'W, 15 years as display 1rs. freezer to stove to tablet

0 0 manager for Sears. Roe-

fI w mother her sister? buck and Company in the
: Her or

I : ; BOTH ENJOY YOUTHfUL NATURAL-LOOKING HAIR COLOR Southern Church Territory PreparesFor vk/

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Whether you want the excitement of a differenthair Nov. 17 Tea
shade or want to rive new life to dull or
Committees of the!I ====-
In the mood for fun these gray hair ..Insist on the bng-luting haircolor: location.
People are Convenient
First Church of Metaphysical Three
in the famous red paclugeGodefroy'aLariouse.
__ days-and part of the fun is Pepsi. Its easy to apply, and complete in Science an MAIN ELgln AT 6-848C
one package-there'a nothing elae to buy.
laying plans for thei::L EIGHTH
And.nothing drenches your thirst PSI-COiA annual Musicale Tel MAIN Elgin: 5-6597

like cold ff .Ji/r 18 LOVELY POINTS
a Inviting Pepsi. cocoas which he held is on scheduled Sunday afternoon t _FIVE a 1n 6-55..16Jocltsonuille's, ?
So think young-say "Pepsi,please!I" .

......-a.-...._.......N'_ ......_IaA__ Oodtfroy Mf9.Company I.AIII6U. .381O OUv'--wCa...... Nov this 17th week, it waannounced Only Jewelry 8 Appliance Center

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II 7th AME District Slates Mammoth Centennial Observance. I

Bishop C.A. Gibbs Will Present Church Of Christ Historic Second Baptist Schedules Joint Event Fountain Chapel

I Several Of Nation's Leading Clergy Written In Heaven ff 1 J AME Church

'D Rev. F. w. Jones pastor -
CHARLESTON S.C. The Bishop and the entire Church of Christ
announced that a
I Seventh Episcopal District are busy making ready Written In Heaven will _
.... Love Feast will be h he Id
for one of the greatest celebration host the 23rd annual t r. _
." F
...., of( ......yI __ Friday night at 8 o'
In the history of the AME Church In Congregation at its 1434 .. ;_
: : : clock in the emt.rn. He
the state of South Carolina, Tuesday Kings Rd. headquartersNov. :rnrr
I is requesting that all
November 5, Jointly with the 5th through the 9th .
'V i<.<..- officers awl members be
meeting of the South Carolina annu- with Senior Bishop C.
I present. Friends are in-
al Conference In Manuel AME Church Poler assisted by BishopJ.

-The Sollowing; ....................-...-.-...-. B. Walker in charge A vited.

in- of the AME Church. Bishop J.C. Blakely, ki Sunday School begins
at 9: 30 a.m. Sand ay with
5 icates the The celebration will host pastor announced.

e- open Tuesday night Nov. Sunday is Pastoral Day .... ,-. ,- -., ". '' Superintendent) Ulysses
A.vents that 5. with a Centennial and the sermon will be .-,.- -, -. ....'" Cook and instructors in
!OP '
GgyBLg are to take Banquet and on Wednesday delivered by the pastor.. charge. Consecration

place. According to information night, a Missionary Board 1 and Choir 1 will ..... *' service will start at

released from Pagent presented by the serve throughout the j 11 a.m. All choir and

the office of Bishop C.A. Missionary Workers of day with Mrs. Dorothy Y.. board members are urged

Gibbs, some of the most the state will be fea- Blakely serving as to be present. Holy Communion -

outstanding church lead- tured. This event will pian1st-accom nist. 4 will be administered -

ers of today will appearon be known as the NIGHT IN YPCW will get underwayat at both major ser-

the few _. vices. All Board, members '
program; a of WHITE. 6 p.m. and evening -- -- ---- -

whom are Dr. J. Irwin After100 O years of existence worship will begin at DUO ANNIVERSARY OBSERVANCE--Dr. J.C. Sams (inset the 11th. Dr. L.S, HcCree (inset right) of St. are being requested to

filler, the president of a serious look 8 o'clock. accompany the pastor
left) will be the host pastor when historic :Second: Petersburg, one of the State's cost prominent ministers
the National Council of will be taken at the Mary Kathy Brown. National during his administering

I Churches in the U.S.A. ; various nepartments of Queen of the Baptist Church observes the institution's 113th and will deliver the message Sunday, Nov. 10th. of Holy Communion to the

Bishop Sherman J,. Greene. the Connection by gene- Youth Department is' a the pastor's 5th anniversaries, respectively, with Wellknora local ministers and their choirs and con- ill and shutin members

Senior Bishop of the AME ral officers and other contestant this year in at 3 p.m.A .
gregations will conduct nightly servic
Church; Bishop H. Thomas connectional representa the national contest to special nightly events programmed Nov. 5th through s. 15 minute SORg ser-

Prim, secretary of the tives. retain her crown. The -- -. vice will precede the

Council of BishopsBishopB.L. ; Friday. November 8, is contest will be held znd Baptist St. Joseph Baptist Assn.To Mrs. Biven Plans 7 p.m. evening worship.The .

Hickman of the destined to be a "RedLetter" Saturday night, Nov. 9. Nov. 4fh t MusicaleMrs. sermon will be delivered -

Thirteenth Episcopal occasion with and the public is invited Completes Joint Be Hosted By. 2nd Bethel Inez Bivens will at 7:30. Congregations -

I District; Dr. Ann Heath, the presidents of the The fourth annual session of the St. Joseph present a 'Night ofMusic" members are

President of the Women'E various colleges of the New Stanton, Dupont Anniversary Plans Gateway Progressive Baptist Association and the at the St. being requested to contact -
ii Missionary Society of AME Church highlightinga Bands Receive Leading ministers, accompanied Women's Home Mission and Educational Convention Stephen AME Church Mon- members regarding

the AME Church and Dr. program of education; will be hosted Nov. 6 through 10th in Second day night Nov. 4 in church attendance. Mem-

R.R. Williams, the first closing out in the eve- Nat I CitationsThe by their choirs Bethel Baptist church Rev. W. B. Murray, host. bene fit for Women' s Day. bers are also requestedto

president and organizerof ning with a musical pro- New Stanton Senior ushers and congregations pastor and Rev. P. Joey moderator. Some of the City's best complete their. budget
gram in which Morris will feature the 113th'anniversary
the Lay Organization High School Band received The preopeningJointsession ****************** talent will appear on payments.Rev. .

s Brown, Edward Waters national distinc- of the church will get under- 5 p. m. the program, featured R.w. jackson pas-
and Allen Uni-
tion with DuPont Highby and the 5th of its pastorat way Wednesday night at Sunday School will solist will be Miss tor of Jerusalem Baptist
Strictly Metaphysical choirs will be
versity ? Richard Bowles in a Second Baptist Church 7:30 o'clock with Second start at 9:30: a.m. with Francis Scrivens and Church (southside) his
featured.One .
recent article publishedin Bethel in charge of the Superintendent H.N. Miss Saundra Roberts. choirs ushers and members -
of the most rewarding Nov.5th the 11th
through ,
,the instrumentalist program. Miss Harriett Moss of Second Bethelin Groups appearing will will conduct ser-

programs of the magazine.Mr. it was announced this Moss will be mistressof charge. Rev. Dr be the Heavenly Echoes, vices at Fountain on
r/ celebration will take Bowles is directorof Rhodes will review the Nov.
,/ ; ceremonies: Arthur Gospel Echoes Biven Wednesday night, l 6
place Saturday Nov. 9, bands at the week.
Uni- Highlighting the nightly Hall Jr. will give the the lesson. Specials. Guest for the at 8 o'clock. This pro-
at noon when awards will versity of Florida and
Deacons J. Leroy and gram is being sponsored
welcome address and Mrs.B. evening will be Columbus
r' be presented to approximately ) is the editor of The events will be the musicale Rhodes will offer A.J. Robinson will lead Smith who will offer by Mrs. Irene Austin to

"" 2000 African Instrumentalist's NBA assist Fountain's annual
> .by Second Baptist'scombined the response. the devotions. Rev. P. several organ selections -
Methodists who have Counter Point Column. In women's Day observance
with Rev. F. Brownas
,, 4 Jt choirs scheduledfor Deacons D.P. Pollardand and Miss Betty
faithfully served the his article dealing with alternate will deliver slated for Sunday Nov
., Willie Golphla will Ann Roynlston who will
'i'y ,AME church consecutively marching band trends in Sunday night, Nov. lead the devotions 'preceding the sermon. Read- be heard in dramatic 10th. The public is in-

for 50 or more years. the SoutheastMr. Bowles 10th with Mrs.C.r.. Vaugbt. Thursday night' ing of letters digestof readings Andrew McCall vited.

The celebration will stated that there is an minutes and enroll- Fountain Chapel AME
F' ", assisted by Charles T. Consecration service.Rev. and the McCall Singers,
come to a close Sunday increasing diversification ment will feature the Church is located at 737
and the Junior Choir of
D. Rhodes will deliver -
.'' with thousands of people in marching styles. Maxwell serving as direc- service. Dinners will Jessie St. (Eastside)
1 : the sermon with St. Stephen will open
: from all sections of the "In Jacksonville for where the public is always -
be served at 1 p.m.
s !84 tors. Rev. Richard Ager ser- the services with a 15
state and beyondgathering example Bill Swor's Du- During the final 2:30 welcome.
,,,; ,.> Noted minister Dr. L.S. ving as alternate following minute song feast.
in Charleston where Pont High School Band
service. Rev. W.A. Mack
The internationally renowned the enrollment. The program will beginproBDlyate OBITUARIESSolomon I
African Methodism had puts on drill exhibi- McCree of St.:;Petersburg and Rev. W.B. Murray -
Hernia S. F. No- -- J f' :and digest program. 8 6 Clock;
its rebirth 100 years tions of several minutes alternate will deliverthe Trltv is.
1 will deliver the messagSJm(1ay the church is locatedon
bileo, o. D. Ph. D. Rev. F.D. Davis with Dora Street.
ago. The speaker for duration in which Missionary sermon. ,
founder of the Saint Rev. Fifth and Davis Sts. ,
W. A. Mack alternate -
Nov. 10th. Anderson
this program will be trained observers can C. Moore, 5758
Hermia Seminary and Pas- will deliver fri- Rev. J.S. Johnson is
the Rt. Rev. H. Thomas detect no flaw; perhaps Climaxing this year's Iris Blvd.
tor metaphysician of the day night's sermon. Dea- TWOMINUTES the pastor. An invita-
Prims. indicating the leader- James W. Wooten 1536
First Church of Metaphysical events will be the con M. Hicks and W.F. tion is extended the
The celebration will ship of this truly remarkable Johnson Street.
Science Inc. Brown will lead public. The Gospel
come to a close Sunday unit, the Thanksgiving night pro- Echoes will be pre- Mrs. Ruby Matthews, Rt.
of Jacksonville Florida votions.
afternoon with a city- precision drill show is gram---Pastor's night--- sented at the First 7, Box 7A. Sweetwater.Mrs. .
offers to the general standard Saturday morning at Larna J. Smith 768
wide chorus presentingthe practice for
public a complete con- which will feature ser- 9:30 the Young Peoples Mini THE BIBLE Corinth Baptist Churchon W. Church street.J .
program. nearly all the other aT COKNIUUf *. STAM PUS.MUAN Duval and I'adison
densed course in (text- bands of the vices conducted under the Program will be in IIiU soamr ihn Andrews, 1030 W.
all denomina- But
People of area.
CHICAGO IV HINDIS Sts. Sunday night No.
book form) of The Phi- charge of youth directorMrs. Church.Mrs. .
tions are cordially invited in contrast, the New combined direction of "PEACF WITH GOD" is 3rd. Rev. W.L. Jones is
losophy of Metaphysical E. Murray. Presi-
Ethel Holmes
attend the Stanton Band in the same
one thing "THE
Rev. R.P. Wilson of dent PEACE pastor Sunday after-
healing and the influence N.A. Moss will give E. First Street.
various programs of the city directed by Kernaa OF GOD" is another. To
his noon from 4 to 6, they
that mind has annual address
Bethel Institutional as Willie D. Smith 1079
McFarlin. does its
Centennial. com- enjoy the latterwe
over the physical body Baptist Church and Rev.C. will Directress Murray will sponsor a friendlytea W. 4th Street.
plex maneuvers from
* a experience the
of man for the sum of S rvkes H.St. Clair and Miss and popularity contest Joe Well. 1219 S. Division -
block band setup and A. Weaver of Day Spring former, for the peace of at the Acorn Street
$10.00 postage paid. Dannett St. Clair to Street.
Sound Service. for Advertising adds
a concert number in
Godruling in our heartsis
All checks and money Dances. Ball form of a dance selection Baptist Church assisted be followed by the an- Community Center. A well Mrs. Carrie R. Bell.",
the result of "peace
orders made payable to Games etc. Also Loud nual election of of- arranged program has 811 W. Union.
all performed with 6y their choirs, boards with
the First God through our been and refreshments -
Church of Speaker Service for ficers. planned Mrs. Mary B. Brown,
devotion to the nuancesof members Lord Jesus Christ "
and congregation
'I will be
Metaphysical science The BUDDel1.
'l Banquets Concerts, musical serving of dinners
expressionand St. Paul declared
s Inc. POBox 9427 R eco rd Hops etc. Rev.C.B. Dailey of First will climax the morning by served following the Mrs. Annie Slaughter
Jacksonville 9. FIn spine-tingling so- divine inspiration' that )rogr a.m.
EL 3-5902 SOUND SERVICE meeting.The Street.
nority. Baptist and Rev. E. R.* "Christ was deliveredfor
session will reconvene '
Simpson of Zion Hope our. offenses and
'- at 2 o'clock.The WHEN YOU ARE ILL
raised '
Baptist will be .in charge Moderator will pre- again for our

it 830 CASSAT of programmed activities. sent his annual address justification"therefore'sand, being that You Seek The Best Doctor

following devotions by When Yflvr Doctor Preferme
A reception will climax Justified by faith. "
1824 W. BEAVER Deacon L. Brooks. The Get Eiperimued Pharmacists
the meeting with Mrs. President's annual address we, who once were at .
enmity with God may enjoy .According to Your IDowtaoJOrders..e
j ILK. Heard, chairman, and will also be
heard. firs.. Mary Moses Dr. C. F. BlackProprietor
Mrs. Leanna Johnson, THROUGH OUR LORD JESUS Quail tar Drugs
SERVE 700a' will respond: Mrs. S.
. co-chairman, in charge of Rice, acknowledgementsof CHRIST"' (Pom.4:25;5: 1).

The result of this
arrangements. visitors with the
I peace with God" is 3 RB68TERED PHARMACIST 10 SBRttS WJ -

Second Baptist's Usher election of officers 'THE PEACE OF GOD. A COMPLETE; LINE OF
preceding adjournment.The .
NOTICE Board members will serve the peace that He givesto ..
PUBLIC Executive Board Cosmetics Rubber Gooife Candle APRBSCRIPTIONS wt
his own amid all the
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NOW IN OPERATIONJacksonville was signally honored this week when the 1

Montgomery; Ward&Company opened its ultra-coclern auto service operations

in the city at 5121 Normandy Bldv.Gerald L. Hall.Ward's Norman Blvd. TO FIT EVERY BOY ,

.Store manager named Marshall A. McKee (left), automotive merchandise

nanager: ; Donald Lanier, assistant to FcKee; TCiJJIan Ely an
rack, auto service managers.: Republic is invited to inspect and to obtain -

service at the new facility Hall stated.

G.S. Instructors Needed Woodlawn Presbyterian'

Soiren Interested in working with girls' groups are icT!
invited to pnrticipated in the Girl Scouts Basic ?* :
Leadership courses scheduled to be held in A.!.. .
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The Church School will
Letl.4 YWCA 582 W. 8th Et. at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 4, '
begin Sunday. November3rd
7, II, and 14, Mrs. J.E. Davis, Girl Ecout district
at 9:30
a.m. \\\\r
j leader, announced. Each instructioral session will T.V. Huger superintendent -
in charge. Children
last until n:30 p.m., Mrs. Davis stated. ...

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tut PerSfJhflVALUE The MorningWorshipservice
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will begin at \\kJ1

LABELS/ Wilson 10:55 a.m.pastor Rev. F.D.will

SET preach the sermon. The ti'z d r ,,.
two choirs will support 4-.' .
i IIRU I. d111I I H. .. '.' n'L .Ii the observance with C. I
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OIINr. ..<>1".I"I: I' '1. 1 ,'' trim ,10 v IOC ,*OM'iK.' E. Simmons. Jr. at the'; .
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rl hlr InLIrcJ "I IIN .iOi' iiIUrxx>k control.
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,nh ..rx1I 1I k imtMhli. summing.. M.iKu> iii Youth and Children activity & r
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Box 2543 P.P.S. POSTPAID WITHJ. Hour will be held' 1 .
TAllahi, Florida FREE GIFT BOX
I Sunday at 6:00 p. m. in. /

the Conference of the

ftLARKS Church.Please be present : ./
f' [
1 to 'support the Youth. : .
: Evening Vespers will be .
conducted at 8:00 p.m. t .' .
This service is both for !

1510 SAN MARCO 1601 UNIVERSITY IN LAKEWOOD Adults and Youth. Mrs.

lakewood Store Open Sun.- 9' a.m.-1 p.m. F.D. Davis plays for the:

Vesper service. We need ..raPAl
CLARK'S TENDER TASlf more adults to work with

j CHOPPED 5 $ the Vesper group. .,

The Westminster choir ; A"
1 1'00 .
: .I.
,il l i SIRLOINS 4 STuOlsBe ; retearse and United Tuesday choir will.Nov. '. : -, ; :

4T 5th at 8:00: p.m. in the i
T to see BIOGRAPHY Wed. Night Channel ( ti r 1
sure every on 4 ,
church. All members are : '. ... r 1
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asked to be present. C.E:
at 7 p.m.-Educational: and Entertaining { ,.
i Simmons.Jr. will serve :

c ci as organist during the ; 'e
month of November. ,wednesday > I

/ I NOV. 13th/t tJer J : HUSKY :

Open Evenings Til 9:00: P.M. I Jas. M. Rousseau and 1
I Deacon Alberta Maxeywill -

1 R. S. EVANS"Jacksonville's I if I Prayer conduct service Mid-week'in the ( 1 tc\ SUM Y 1

Most Recommended Dealer" Conference room of the t (: ,<_< .- .-.""" .. \\\1\ '. _
t 3RD & MAINLet : church at 7:30 p.m. : .1

The men of the church N
Your OLD CAR Make the Down Payment t .
are still working on
4 LOT FULL OF THE : their financial project.

MOST BEAUTIFUL AUTOMOBILESWE r We are asking all to assist .,

HAVE EVER HAD AT ; in making this

drive a success.

1 The North Florida Chap-

University Alumni Association -
I SHOP WHERE. YOU CAN SEE : of Charlotte 0 Heaviest-weight 133/4-oz. cotton denim saddle
THEM ALL! .N.C. will sponsor the

University choir in a pants $

IMPERIAL ;. ....... . . ...$4595 Musical program November Conese proven wash 'n'wear cotton casual -
: 22nd in the FellowshipHall
1 A HEAL HOOTY. of Woodlawn United pants ,
I III 1 POWER Presbyterian Church at Smartly styled diamond belt-loop and side-
60 BUICK ELECTRA 4-DR. HARDTOP .$1795 Cleveland and Woodlawn A .'..'''
ti I r.V' TORY AIR WORTH MOPE' :! tab models
63 CADILLAC 4-DR. HARDTOP. ..... ..$4995 Roads. Adults tickets

I 62 CADILLAC ONE: OWNER ALMOST COUPE NEW ...... ... .... .$3695 will be $1.000 children Choose from most-wanted colors. Slim, regular .
A r.F'AL auv' fifty cents. We are inviting .
63 CHEV. IMPALA FORDOR . .......$2495 and husky sizes for perfect fit.
v... r G.. RADIO HEATER. POWER KTF.EFINO.: all music lovers
(63 CHEV. IMPALA CONVERTIBLE.....$2995 friends and the entire P A I R
ONtY T. } 63 CHH ESYTCK SHIFT.. IMPALA BIO MOTOR 2-DR. HARDTOP ....$2995 public to come and hear of styles or sizes 2 fabulous buys at just $5 for 3 pairs. i 0

62 CHEV. IMPALA 2-DR. HARDTOP...$2295 this great choir on its Hurry in at this sensationally low price they'll sell.
STICK SHIFT. BIO MOTOR tour through Florida.
62 CORVAIR TUDOR . . .. ......$1695STICK out fast! REGULAR 2.49 TO 3.98 EA.
61 CORVAIR MONZA 4-DR .. .. .. ...$1595 St. John Observes .. .
63 FORD FACTORY' GALAXIE AIR. RADIO 500 HEATER 2-DR. HARDTOP.$2795 _. ... ."j --=- ,- :. -" -. - -1 : .

63 FORD FL 500 2-DR. HARDTOP .. .$2395 "Membership Equality BOYS'UNDERWEAR ORLON SWEATERS
H63 ".RAH Day" will be
FORD observedat
CONVERTIBLE, GAL 500' ...$2795
62 FORD FAIRLANE FORDOR .........$1995
Church SundaRev..
62 FORD. CONVERTIBLE COUPE. ... .$2195 J. Hughes, pastor an- 100% COMBED -- ". ". IN SOFT FAMOUS
RA" "t:rn1'11 I If' POWER STFFrjxn r-- ,
61 FORD GAIAXIE 4-DR. V8 ..... .$1695 nounced. All bona fide '
61 FORD T-R1RD COUPE .. ... .$23D5rArrowv r ; '.-
requested to be in ";

61 FORD CONVERTIBLE ._... ... ... .$1695 The Church School will '!".
60 FORD CONVERTIBLE .. .. ........ .$1495 get underway at 9:30 a.'m. ... -P,m.
AUTOMATIC POWER with Mrs. Ella Jones, '
60 FORD 4-DR. RANCH ........$1195 .. :: ; i
V-l AtrfOMATlC uperintendent.and : C ;
; 62 OLDS 98 CONVERTIBLE .........$3195 teachers in charge. The. 297
{ 61 OLDS. DYN. 88 CONVERTIBLE .... $1995 lesson "Christian Worship -
*60 OLDS DYN. 88 2-DR. HARDTOP .. .. .$1595 will be reviewedby .:. c? w .- :
A RF.t."nY' I
58 OLDSMOBILE TUDOR :. ..... .$ 795 Rev. Hughes.Consecration. .r t11< REG. 3.98'a. .
62\ PLYM. BELVEDERE FORDOR ...._$1695 1 '.
AI RADIO MVATER worship v Soft, absorbent .
POWER.JCORTKF.KX: CAR. JICK KEW will be conducted by, 4 O Full cut sizes u 1 i ) Little! gtrls' bulky corcbgont with .1
62 PONTIAC CATAUNA 2-DR. H"TOP. .$2595 the Deacons at 10:45.The .. -
VrMJR.tH., ,LOOP that gro' n-up look, perfect for
62 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX 2-DR. HT.. .$3195 processional by the lo HMtt
TIT}- W\tf. OF THEM AT T' F. Terrific Wards value! Flat ,,, school Of dress,-tErne.
61 PONTIAC BONNEVILLE CONY. CPE.$1995In choirs and ushers will r i .' quality Often' SayHk acrylic' go
--r"IIV' take place at 11:00 a.m. I knit I T shirt I or matching rib AtSt into the water and comet out
+ 63 VALIANT CONVERTIBLE . . ._ .$2195
4 A'-TOMVnr. IMIMO HEATER, POKER STZUUNO. Rev. Hughes will deliver and looking tike new! fofhion coM rand
60 VALIANT FORDOR . . . .. .$ 995 the sermon.At knit briefs. Comfortable crew styCes. In funlongwearing. colors. Saw
4 the Baptist I White.I Sizes /
100 Others to Choose from p.m. now! Sizes 3 to 6X.
Training Union will meet
from 4 to 16.
with Miss Flora Belle

s R. S. EVANS3RD director presiding.

& MAIN Afternoon service and

} "Jacksonville'i Most Recommended Dealer" Fellowship Hour is sche-

EL U381-EL 4-8382 duled for 5 p.m. The I
Lord's Supper will be s

administered by the pastor SALE PRICES. AT 5121. .NORMANDY BLVD. AND PHILIPS. HIWAY PLAZAlEt'

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'Social Security Facts; Scouters Plan Parent Organization Accepted-Boys Get Elected Courier Head

At t All White SchoolBIRM1NGHAMANP Steps Down
QUESTION: I have been working for the state and,
)-- Pitttburg, PA. (ANP)
haven't been covered l\y 'social security for the Two Negro brothers who were Mrs. Robert L. V 111II, for many

Mast 7 yeurs. I worJunder social security about $1Ety swept into the nationalspotlight years the directing MttKof"
4 a few weeks ago when they were The Pittsburgh Courier ,
9* vwi, before going with the state.. MI, fully enrolled at previously all-white Publishing Company last week

Graymone Elementary school announced her retirement,
insured? _
.,. '. w [yx s. 'aN here under federal court orders effective as of Tuesday, Oct. L
ANSWER: If you will be retirement age (65 foramen c and over the objection of Gov. While the annamoemantcaught

George Wallace Alabama, reported employes by Mrprise.
62 f.'r women) before 1981 you .are fully ii, ured. have
last week that they those close to The Courier

QUESTION: My husband has been in prison for? tight been accepted by their class "First Lady" had known for
mates. some time, that she wa contemplating
years. Doesn't that entitle my children to draw They are Dwight and Floyd such a move.

social security? I Armstrong, both six graders. She first came to The Courier -
t- They were among a total of 20 in the fall of 1940.following
ANSMER: No. Benefits are Negro student's that had entered the passing of her late iwbsad,
re- former all-white schools in Attorney Robert L, Vaw.. who
tirement'd1sl1bil1ty, or Birmingham. Mobile and Hunts- had been with the paper since

QUESTION: I pay my maid $20 a week, but she doesn't t ville after Gov. Wallace bad its founding in 1910, as editor
futilely tried to use state troo- and publisher.Mrs. .
want me. to deduct sac!t\l security. Do I have to? pers to bar their enrollment. Vann served as treas-
Dwight and Floyd whose urer of the p.perlAd1 >)18.
ANSWER law to report domestic
:- requires you any
father Is James Armstrong a Upon the death of Ira F. Lewis
help tc *h<'n: $50 or more in cash wages in paid Birmingham barber reportedthat that year, she also assumed

during a regular; calendar quarter. 'It it net a : when they first entered the responsibility of president and
: Graymont; school their class- served as president-treaaurer

matter of choice for either you or the worker. ; mates were hostile toward until last week.
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*t3saw\99umm\umjw\ \ t4 :4&Km39KrLrwKrrtwx<**.Mmtm\immi+ "" m* **fs&ffwai&jii'fii.HHHBBBBHIKW" t-"n ---- the her 23 with
them but that now picturehas During years
Veteran Employe Cited EXPANSION PLANNFI) Officials and Boy Scouts of Troop 170 Parents Auxiliary.Coluabus Butler (left) completely changed. The Courier, as its official

Troop 170, Fellowship Baptist Church 1414 Logan is the.wilt's scoutmaster and Rev. 0. H. Hamilton Dwight has been elected vice head she became an inter
3.'. president of his class,and Floydwas national figure in the business
k St. are requesting parents and interested neigh- io the church's pastor. picked as captain of the civic, social and political w -rkL

borhood adults to meet Monday! night, Nov. 3 at 8 touch

Q' clock Ir. the church to discuss organization of a .(STAR Photo By Randy Bostic) First Triple Citation ,

Confab To Feature Germans JoinT. Gibbs Staffat Bunche Flays

Famed GJC Choir PETFPSBURG -- Two Breslaw. Germany the Race ExtremistsJACKSON

natives of Germany 'onea University of Perugia in
annual convention of the Florida multi-linguist the Italy and the Anglo United Nations UndersecretaryRalph
State Conference of NAACP other a former instruc- German Institute in London J. Bunche stood up here )

Firi-1: i Branches is held in this city tor in a local white England. Mrs. Pre- last week and struck out In
a November 8th. a public Insti- high school, have been vitoli has served in the two directions at "extremists"both 4r
? tution will provide one of the white and colored.
added to the of special
faculty of capacity
M : keynote speakers and its noted On one hand he condemned the
: Gibbs Junior tutor for students majoring -
choir. College
governor of this state RossR. it1r
',1I 'I Gibbs Junior College,located this semester. in languages at Barnett, as a racist and
I' in St.Petersburgwillberepre- Dr. John w. Perabert. Included with him, Alabama ,4
4 sented in this manner when :Gov. George C. Wallace.
.iJt..J't; President of Gibbs
r4 .." "fU- -< mathematics instructor L. O. But he also was highly crit-
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A 't. .:: !" "L. I' Harper appears as a keynote Junior Collegeannouncedthis ical of the Black Muslim deputy
speaker on November 9th. The week that German leader, Malcom X and Con-

CONGF"\1ULATImS--Mrs. Nettie J. I-eapheart (extreme College choir, considered manyas natives Mrs. Angela gressman A. Clayton PowelL ,.. .4. I IINCP.EASI. Ie "
one of Florida's outstanding Maria Previtoli and Mrs. Bunche spoke here as part
Atlanta Life Insurance cashier who
: musical group will sing on Thea Snyder are recent of United Nations Week cere-
was cited recently in honor of 37-continuous yntTs November 8th. monies.Dr. .
Harper will be main speakerfor ... Bunche coupled his attack
of service with the company at Club Eldorado, receives
the convention's annual against racial extremists witha
one of nuRiemus gifts from Mrs. Robie L. Freedom Fund Dinner. He has warning to moderates that
lookson. long been an active participantin A token appeasement of Negro demands -
Raker while Jf.x District Manager M.V. Young
the NAACP and other organi- for civil rights worldno
The honoree was tendered a sumptuous banquet zations dedicated to the elimi- ..LMRS. r suffice.

sponsored by A.L. employees and frit>Jlds. nation of segregation and to The Negro's eagerness for
the mitigation of the effects of :' total equality could lead to bitterness -
(Royal Art Photo by C.J. Simon) segregation.Under r and violence in which

Minister Dies the direction of Sterl- ""lti the whole nation would be injured :} ACTIVITY Michael rtewart. ( left) and
African 135 ing Thomas, the choir will sing ,/ he declared."I .
Has One Mate Following Dropping "The Story oftheSevenSongs", MPS. SNYDER always find it difficult to the Baker twins, Wilson and William will hiulil >
written for the NAACP by understand how a Negro like
Flori presbyteric n North FloridaCouncil's! court of Honor's tnp!' +l-
Left Of 35 Of Slaying ChargeNEW Langston Hughes.The the white supremacists, can '
ORLEANS (ANP) choir has a total of 47 College.Mrs. espouse separation the races. up- ct.ivit1es Wednesday night, Nov. 6th when they
RABAT MoroccoANPAbdelakader )-- students representing nearly : snyder is servingas even for different reasons,"
Ben Bouchalb, a An elderly Baptist pas- half of Florida's countries.. A ; an instructor of he declared, continuing: will receive vaunted Fa fie Scout ;IHI,rds. The event
resident of the Casazannae tor who two years ago recent performance
suburb holds the title.of in Clear-i derman on the regular "I regard Powell's attacksnot wil1 g.>t un.Urui.j at 7:30 t>. lB. i.. St.Paul AYE
beingthe was -ehared in-the fatal water earned tnem much praise. only as stupid and Irresponsible -
oldest citizen of this North They were described by the college level and she is but Church
shooting of a 29yearold as revoltinglyracist.
African country. According to Clearwater Men's Club of Peace PP.EVI'tOLIaddi also serving as special I reject racists and
a passport, the year of his birthis minister collarsed Memorial Church as"one of the ions to the College instructor for the Lan- racism, whoever and wherever i
listed as &3l. making him and died in the passen- outstanding musical of s Communications
groups guage Program sponsored' they are, and whatever their
132 years old. ger terminal of the the state." headed color and vici-
Department by by Gibbs Junior College: as poisonous
In addition he has a recordof Union train station here Branch ,Rickey, former Miss Helen McLean. ous, as evidenced by the Infamous -
for local elementary
35 the first of
marriages Florida Governor
last week. Leroy so-called White Citizens -
which heh entered into when he Collins, the late Eleanor Roose- Mrs. Previtoli the school pupils.Alderman Councils. I deplore
He the. Rev. Alfred
was 17 years old. Now, how- was velt, and Archibald J. Carey multilinguist who can Negroes' embracing, as the
ever, he, only has one wife Charles Moore, 79. who Jr., are a few of the national speak find teach French. Jailed Black Muslims and Adam SEE OUR VARIETIES LISTED BELOW

aged for .him.50 years, who keeps house, formerly pastored the figures who have heard the German Italian and For PicketingST. Powell have done, a black form EYEI POPULAR MI11LET OFFERED FOR THE Stb STRAIGHT WEEKMEDIUM
Antioch Baptist Church. choir sing. English is serving as of the racist virus."
instructor in French and
liam L. Clay a militant Negro Group Seeks
Her educational NOT 20LB. .
German. BUT $1 00
member of the city council, LBS .
BLENDED WHISKY 86 PROOF 65 GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS.O<963 SCHENIE.Y DISTILLERS CO.. N.Y.C. preparation was received. was sentenced to serve 270 Judges' Ouster

days in jail and fined $1,000here
last week for his part BALTIMOREANP YALLERTAIL
Human Relations in the picketing of a bank judge who said people insisting Rushed from West 59CSNAPPER
charged with having a biased on demonstrating for civil I Polm Beoch LB
Post Given NegroSAN employment policy. rights in defiance of law are
Four others were also con- crazy and sent two pickets to; GOLDEN DRUM The "Ell alve'
victed. Include the Rev. a mental hospital for exami-.
former Perkins civil nation, was denounced here last i SHEEPXOSE"
dr. William 1.. Cobb, Charles rights
principal of Emerson Elementary campaigner; Robert B* Curtis, week.
School, assumed his new former chairman of the St. Meanwhile, the two pickets, .. Lb.35C Lb.29C LI. 35C
members of CORE succeeded
duties last week as the city'sfirst Louis Committee of Racial ,

School Department Human Equality; Norman Seay, Demo- in securing writs of their habeas freedom MANGROVE SNAPPER Inn c..1, tub t. .D.Iads. .' t,. 4lc
Relations Officer following con- cratic committeeman of the 26th through corpus.
The David APALACHICOLA"With That T..... ths4u' Ffew.
pickets A. Smith *-
firmation by the Board of Ed- Ward, and Mrs.Charles R.Old-
i. ucation. His appointment was ham, former CORE vice chair- 18 of,Baltimore and Keith C. Kern 27, both SHELL OYSTERS VIA RUSHED TRUCK JEJO MWfK
were released
announced by School Superin- man.
tendent Harold Spears.Dr. Sentenced by Circuit Court from the Spring Frove State FLORIDA GREEN LOBSTERS ITILI. $0Lam0 !.. He

4 Cobb's newly created Judge Michael J. Scott for vio- hospital where they had been TRU.VAL HRUIPORAJ/A SALE .
position Is equivalent In rank lating a court order against ordered confined by Magistrate
and salary to assistant super- interfering with the business of Howard MuhLJr., of Catons- LARGE SHRIMP u. 19c
intendent. the Jefferson Bank & Trust .vllle, Md. Muhl ordered them
Establishment of the positionwas Campany, all were also confined on the strange theory u.
DIMM to 10-tfc.
"Second offenders and .
recommended by the Ad heavily fined. Judge Scon had that
it Hoc Committee of the Board of issued the order. people who deliberately violate
Education last AprlL Dr.Spears the law are insane."
stated thathe had interviewed The two were arrested along
forty applicants for the position. TWO with three other pickets and .0kwf
both here and in other cities. Will Make YouA charged with trespassing, for J4

Dr. Cobb, he said, did not apply Member Of demonstrating against discrimination
for the position. N. A. A C. P. at Yemen's Skating
Join the Freedom Fight! Club in Catonsville.

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Steaks...Sociability...and Schenley turn a party into something special.Schenley in your drinks. Makes them tastier smoother. .with the finer quality of An elegant new look with sulxhied! metal sculpturing and trim at&toadcaet Housei

1 w Q ht whiskys mellowed 8 full years before blending with grain neutral spirits. its the styling thene of the all-new 1964 Icperial. Shown

non y.:1 entertain, Serve Sociable Schenley. and put life in your party!
above are two views of the Groin four-door. The new Imperials -

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20 NAACP Officials Two QualifyFor Educators Hosted By A & M During Recent Conference Govt. UrgedTo Hood Job thtaliAI

Rtskpi Over Firing Va. Guard Defend In Detroit Keels
ti j a
OfficialEAST RICHMOND Va.--ANPj -- M + e Three Attorneys Education, F HK IIDETROITANPJames
Of White _
; 'Two Negro applicants have sue k s f' r1t 'L: WASH ;TON-ANP--Gen. A.
ST. LOUIS ILL. -- cessfully completed examin- Robert F. Kennedy was urgedrecfo.D Hood, one of two Negroes who
(ANPA total of 20 of the ation for enlistment in the Virginia tl7 to intervene In behalf re-integrated the University of
24 members of the executive National Guard although of three white southern Alabama then quit when faced
committee of the East St.Louis none has yet been acceptedIn # y 'f\ tivil right lawyers who face with possible expulsion is job
branch of the NAACP resigned guard units. Adj. Gen. Paul trial in New Orleans and Tallahassee hunting here.
recently in protest over M. Booth said last week. r ,. Fla. The American Living with an anent Mrs.
the firing of a militant white About 10 Negoes have applied Civil Liberties Union which Herman Hughes Hood has. been
youth leader assigned to the for guard membership in the __ made the request, declared that here since September and is
area early this summer. past several months Booth the trials are "reprisals for seeking employment to ftaaaee
James Peace, a 24yearoldwhite said "but only two so far have rrb4I their acting as counsel civil his tuition to a northern uni
paraplegic bad become a passed the tests." rights cases.** versity.
subject of controversy In a fact- Booth said one of the twowho The civil liberties group released Apparently several publicized
tional depute within the branch passed the tests is presentlya x offers of
_ *1 .p a letter sent by its scholarships
after he led militant demonstrations member of -
de failed to materialize.
executive director John J.Pemberton.
here against the His application for enlistment .1 W Jr., to theAttorney Hood. 20. who left the university .-
Jefferson Bank & Trust in the 276th Engineer :
General. It appealed to Kennedy in August on the advice -
without the Battalion here has been held
company allegedly to have the Department of Justice of his doctor, said "the
authorization of the national office up pending release by the Washington -
file friend-of-the-court on me at
or the knowledge of the unit. The applicant recently
briefs in behalf of Tobias Simon pretty bad.
local NAACP. moved to the Richmondarea. e b rlMt aweir a Miami attorney and "In the first place, 1 !anew
His dismissal was announcedby general counsel of the Florida father was dying and in
the national office last week. Enlistment of the second
applicant who faces }knew that
Civil Liberties Union the second place I
A series of what was described with a passing scoreIn trial for of in the focus
t contempt court I was in pubMc ) as
as "disruptive" sit-ins, a Manassas guard unitalsohas Tallahassee and Benjamin E. a marked man who had gone
lie-ins and other forms of pro- been postponed temporarily Smith and Bruce Waltzer. New against tradition. I$couldn't
test were carried out againstthe because of family matters Orleans active with the Louisiana take it.

bank under the sponsor- Booth said. Civil Liberties Union, who "Now that I am rested, I'll
ship of the St. Louis Committee Both Booth and Gov. Albertis "
were arrested on October 4 start all over again, he saW.
of Racial Equality, to press S. Harrison Jr. repeatedly have in a widely-publicized raid for
demands for the hiring of four said applications for guard allegedly violating the state's
more Negroes. membership will be accepted -- Subvorlslve Activities ControlAct. 7 CommunitiesAdd

Miss Evelyn Roberts,president without regard to race, and TOP LEVEL MEETING Problems on how to develop cation. Top right: Ben Durham Jr. assistant Principal ,
of the local NAACP all applicants are given the Stanton Vocational School Jacksonville; E.A. 6,200 VotersNEW
branch said that her group had same physical and mental ex- quality industrial educational programs for Negro
never taken a position in the aminations. Banelhainz, M.D. Tbornburg, area supervisor; R.J. King's Barred Son
dispute between the bank and the youth through supervision and instruction and how I YORK NAACP-sponsored -
Child Nelms coordinator of instructional problems; S.O.
Leaves ,
committee and declared that to achieve 'those goals through placement and fol- Causes Row voter registration
A' Peakes participation in the demonstrations For 11 Days Tanner principal, Northwestern High, Miami and H.J. campaigns this fall in
low-up of students were discussed by Florida State
gave the impression ATLANTA--ANP--Two lay
1 that the NAACP With Sitter Ballard, coordinator of evening school Blake Hich, seven southern cowrani-
was members of the editorial boardof
principals and consultants during! the recent annual ties have added some
Involved in the dispute. Peakeis DETROITANPA.. 26 Tampa. Bottom left: David Dobbs, curriculuu sepcial- the Atlanta Episopal Diocese
confined to a wheel chair year-old mother who had conference of administrators and supervisors at newspaper have resigned 6. 200 new Negro voters
but maneuvers it with ususual abandoned her two minor child ist. Northwestern High Miami; Charles D. Brooks, following a disagreement W.C. Fatten the AseooiaLion's -
Florida ASM University; In top pix left are: Dr.
ability. ren with a baby sitter for 11 principal. New Stanton High, Jacksonville; Thurman deletions from a controversial field secretaryfor
"He wasn't assigned here and days was found guilty in Re C.R. Crump ton, state supervisor Manpower find statement on Lovett School by voter registration
+ had no business here**she said. corder's Court recenily.of: Bail y, M.S. Thomas, E. 4. Bnmelhninz, and Jack Gant, Ralph McGIll. reports
But Gloster Current of New Training state Department of Education Talla-
Another member
contributing to the delinquency principal Lincoln High Palmetto; Bottom right: lay Communities covered by
York, national director of of minors and referred to the hassee; Thurman Bailey; assistant state director of expressed full sympathy with
_ NAACP branches told the press city probation department for Principal figures attending opening session. From the two, but decided to continueon Mr. Patton' survey include -

here that Peake was assigned sentencing on Oct. 24. vocational education; M.S. 'Thomas director .Voc- left: Dr. Walter R. Williams, state director of the editorial staff on the new Georgia--DeKalb
here as a "part-time tempor- Miss Betty Brown who was monthly newspaper Diocese. County 450 Negroes new-
ary summer" representative.He released on $500 personal bond ational-Technical Institute FAMU; Shirley Vurtif, vocational education; Dr. George!'. Gore (host) of Resigning in protest were ly registered; Florida--

said he was hired early in pending the sentencing, was accused principal Pinellas High Clearwater and **..A. Emme- Florida Alf University nd Thuntan Bailey. author Paul Darcy Boles and Orange County. 980;
'the summer to work in Cairo by Mrs. Edith J. Crosby writer--publicist Betsy Fan-
and East St. Louis but bad been the baby sitter, of dumping: her Ihainz, area supervisor of trade and Industrial edu- (FAMU photos h> rillyau) cher. Ocala I, 500; Marion
told that his term of office would two children on her and not Rev. Albert H. Hatch, assis- County 1,961; Mississippi -
expire shortly. bothering to return to inquire Inherited $250,000 Bank PrexyAccused Foster. Mother Of 41 Sons Dies tant rector of St. James Church --Laurel. 220;
While the of Peake and in Marietta, said he to
firing about them for 11 days. Louisiana Baton .
included Rouge
CLEVELAND --(ANP---- Their 4ptionalities -:-
the factional dispute touched off Mrs. Crqsby said Miss Brown Of continue working for the paper.It .
Bootblack Who Death halted the activities of Italian, Bohemian Negro, 200; Tennessee is,
the resignation of the 20 engaged her to baby sit on was he who conducted the
Mrs. France E. Hawkins, Mexican and Puerto Rican. 900.
executive committee member Sept. 9, and left promising to. Faces Jail In Huge ShortageOKEMAH in University hospital here last Born in Columbus Ga. she Interview with McGill publisher -
Albert executive of The Atlanta Constitu During tne s Mr.
Brown return three later. She
week but it did not halt the was married to John W. Haw-
secretary said they came as a said Miss Brown left $15 with Row Over Money Okla. --ANP) legacy which she had built up kins in 1900. The couple cameto tion.McGill atton reports 10,362
result of the refusal of the her to buy food for the childrenand The president .of the padlackedbank over the past 26 years. Cleveland In 1947. Her hus- said at one point in were qualified to vote
CHICAGO --ANP---Though of the all-Negro town of the interview that is
"to ,
s national organization giveus promised topayMrs.Cros- 63 Mrs. Hawkins, the mother of band died in 1952. Five of her was "hy- in Memphis alone.
others accused
direct action may disagree year has been
on Boley pocrisytocontendthatthepri
an opinion for the chores
by baby
sitting also children--four
six children played own daughtersall
on law violations." when she returned. old Lawrence Young is ready counts involving shortages of vately owned and segregated Campaigns in these and
another "mother" role. She married; and one son--
to testify that Inheriting a for- $121.000 discovered early last Lovett School other communities are
was not Episco-
Law Gets However Miss Brown be bane thana was "mother" 41 boys of survive her. The sixth, son,
tune can more a which led to the order pal-related. until registration
failed to return after 11 days, year various races nationalities; Walter, died In 1922. She is continuing
AssistSAN Mrs. Crosby turned the child- blessing. closing the bank. Criticism of the school a rose is closed, Mr.
An four when all but four of whom sited or also survived by nine grand-
Forty years ago Ofuskee County Attorney from its refusal to enroll the
ren over to authorities.
city he wrote her frequently. One such"foster" children; four greatgrandchildren Patton said.
Young, was a Franklin Rahhall filed the five old of Dr. Mar-
ANTONIOANP)-- A Miss Brown was arrested when son William Croone, and 70 foster grand- year son
white businessman eph
local housewife aged 42,wanted she went to the city clinic where met a whose he event charges against M.W. Lee who was with her at her death. children. tin Luther King. .it..s..s..4..s.
Stary partner later appeared before Justiceof
her 38-year-old husband arrested the children were held to Inquire -
on charges of drunkeness about them.Doctors ually became in a fur business. the Peace Edgar Turner, \
When died in 1957 he
Stary pleaded innocent and waived
and threats against her life,
Face named Young as executive of
but police were powerless to ac- preliminary bearing.
commadate her-at first any- Job SuspensionsST. his $250.OOO estate.- Then'- Turner set bonds totaling
Young's troubles began. $26,000 and bound Lee over for
how.When police visited herhome LOUISANP) Two November 15, Young must trial December 9.
in response to her call for help, physicians, one a Haitian and face Judge Bernard Decker for Five of the charges againstLee ii
they told her they could not arrest the other from British Guiana sentencing as a result of a recent allege that false entries
her husband for drinkingIn were gacing suspension here conviction growing out a were made in official bank re-
his own home, and that she last week for refusing to report dispute over the money.In cords.
would have to file a formal com- for duty In the emergency room 1961 Young claimed that Bonds were set at $5,000
plaint against him for threaten of Homer G. Phillips hospital. all but $144 of the estate was on each of the five counts. A
ing her. As a result, according to Dr. gone. Acting Probate Court sixth charge alleges sup-
Just as the ,police were Frank P. Gilmore acting hospital Judge James Cooney sentenced pression and concealment of official -
leaving they saw the husbandhit commissioner the emergency Young to 10 days in County Jail bank records. Bond or QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
the wife in the face. Since room was not manned for contempt of court for failureto that charge was set at 1000.
from 11 Monday to 2 a.m. produce more of the money.
this occurred In their
the husband was arrested presence Tuesday. Yoing! appealed the contempt Negro Loses SPECIALS GOOD THRU SUNDAY AT EDGEWOOD AND AVENUE B
.elation and never has servedthe Mayor's RaceIn

FN the best in values merchandise sentence.In .
filing for bankruptcy, the Albany Ga.
federal government claimed. FRESH PORK SMALL BAR-BE-QUE SIZE
& of Hsi .SEE ALBANY, Ga.-(ANPO---An
appreciation your ess. Young failed to reveal he was .
t. leader who the
integration was
heir to Starys estate or that
he owned a house worth$18,000. first Negro to run for thaofflce

., Ray's Jewelers Leader Wins Mayor was defeated of this SouthwestGeorgiacity in his race for ROAST SPARE RIBS

k 326 MAIN STREET Court Round Slater King 35, leader of the .:i.

In Albany Ga. Albany Movement, lost by a

WCKSWiYlUE 2 FLA. PHONE EL 3.9183r wide margin to white segregationist .
ALBANY, Ga.ANP)- Dr. candidate James V. '
W.G. Anderson an Albany osteopath Davis. However Davis ran

(lacksae ige's Oldest Inlepeident Jewelers] now living and studying ahead of another white 21 37C
medicine in Detroit last week candidate. Edward Jones. The LB. C LB.
won an important round in the winner. Davis, garnered 7,220 ,
government's case against him votes, to 2,547 for King and .i
'M Southside Rambler on a conspiracy charge.U.S. 1,879 for Jones. .;'
Judge J. Robert Elliott King declared, however, that
declared a mistrial In his case his main objective was to VITA FOOD APPLE CHASE &, SANBORNCOFFEE
i 5415 Phillips Highway when an all-white rf & jury awaken Negroes here politi
failed to reach a ve.'t. The cally. "I am really interestedin
case is scheduled to be tried freeing the minds of Negroes
again in April 1964. because many of them feel that .
A' Dr. Anderson former head of no Negro should aspire for
the Albany Movement, which high office" be explained.
sponsored civil rights protests
here last summer was chargedwith Mayor Says .

justice conspiring by helping to to spearheadan obstruct "Attack Enemies..

: Carl economic Smith boycott a local against white Not Friends"BALTIMORE BIG 20 OZ. g l VACUM .

grocer. -(ANPFor i 10 49
Smith contends the boycottwas the first time since Mayor Mc- Y PACKED .
initiated because as a Keldin has been in office. Neg- TUMBLERLIMIT '.

member of a federal grand juryhe roes picketed Qty Hall (
had voted in favor of Baker recently. ONE WITH $5.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER Limit MS with $5.00 or mere ftttI f Kilt

_ County Sheriff L. WarrenJohnson The angry Mayor told Mrs.
in a $125,000 civil rights Juanita Jackson Mitchell a leader -
suit brought the sheriff of the demonstrators .to
by Charles Ware a Negro. The "picket your enemies, not your McKENZIE{ FROZEN GREENS --- Mustn totals Turnips ----- IB oz. ft. 10t
Willie "Bubber" Bell suit was rejected by the juryon friends."
a which Smith served. Mrs. Mitchell is secretaryof

Smith ran a grocer store in the NAACP Legal Redress .:. "*. 29$
HOOD BLEACH --------------------- '- -
liD jlaij sine j w the Negro section of Albany Committee. She said various ,
which 'reportedly did annual Negro groups "want action
business of $90,000. He wentout now" on the desegregation of

64 of business after the boy- facilities serving the public. ,BLUE PLATE MAYONNAISE ----- -""-""-""-: -------- flAir 39$

Model RamblersNOW cott. lobbyist She is Clarence the wife Mitchell of NAACP who "

tssasssssssssssss maintains. Her an son office is a in member Washington. of- PET EVAPORATED MK -----------------:_. ., .. e>'Tau CMS 79C

Cheered By the state legislature. -, #
Nearly 40 persons took part
'; ": '.. .,: > SovietsMOSCOW in the picketing. CENTER CUT WHITE BACON -----------==--=:=y-- LI. 29$

ON DISPLAY" Russia(ANP- Ex Louis Hgr.HH .

Shirley Verrett. received famousAmerican With Tax U. CLUB STEAK { u 69$
soprano a Lien S. GOOD ---------------- --f!. .
SPORTS CARS thunderous ovation in the Bol- Detroit (ANP) An income
shot Theater shortly after she tax Hen of $1.155 has been
sang the title role in the opera leveled against John W. Rox-

;., MBTH IEld.EY", SPITE SIIKASOUTHSIDE .Canned"ience. before a large aud of oborouth ox-heavyweightchamptanJoe, former co-manager FRESH TENDER STRING BEANS ----------------- 2 IK. 25$

Miss Verrett. currently on a Louis, by the Internal Revenue
-. RAMMER UK. tour of Russia sand: in French Service according to a report
'- while the rest of the cast sang the "The Legal News pub- = 3 IK. 25$
l In Russian. la SWEET POTATOES -------------- ------------

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Humble Promotes laxon Is "Miss Fla. A&M' Boy Scout NewsWe

TALlAHASSEE Durward C. Archer

regret very much that M. Haysburth, the representative -
Durward C. Archer of
FAMU Law Instructor Aids U. S. OfficialTo Humble Oil & Refining from the National office could not appear -

Company has been named for our training program. His wife became

In Defeat Of School CaseIn Lecture head of the equipment suddenly ill and he had to return to New Jersey.We .
engineering group at thecompany's
Virginia Business men of the will, however, reschedule the program la the
Bayway Refinery -
city will gather at the near future. ,
University on November Linden New ........,..............
BECKLEY, W. VA.-Atty. Brown H. Payne member Jersey. Humble Oil is }

I of the College of Law at Florida Aril University. 5 for the purpose of the chief domestic affiliate -' "School Night For Scouting,' 'a program designed
participating in a dis-
figured prominently in the recent II v"'- cussion on the subject of Standard OilCotrany to enroll more boys. in the program proved to be a
-' -, (New Jersey).
"Some Aspects of Financing great success among the leaders visiting the
trial of federal court action in A graduate of Howard '
Small Busi-
i which Raleigh County Board of Edu- University Mr. Archer various schools were A.E. Martin and William Oats,
speaker for
has been a senior rt'gineer Nlms Jr. High W.H. Shirley and R. Williams Lincoln -
cation was charged with failure to] the occasion will be a ;
in the Bayway Re- J,
comply with a 1956 order to integrate Small representative Business Adminis-from the finery's mechanical .5: ; N.A. McKinney southrest; John SC<
public schools. PAYNE gineering division? He', Riley, John C. Stephens, Griffin Jr. High; EdwardH.
tration, Washington, D. 1
Payne, who recentlygave ........................ C. is a former member of/ Dose, Lake McBride; N. Saylor, Concord Elementary

up his local pri- with Payne as co-coun- The program will be the engineering facul I \ ; T.T. Lewis Station I end Barrow Hill; W.O.
vate legal practice to sponsored by the A&M ties at Tennessee A&I t.
sel. Mack Raney Jr. William Lee and 7.H. 0)tteR Bead
join the FAMU Collegeof College of Law In cooperation State University Nashville ; ,
Holder of the masterof t
Law as an assistant Laws degree in inter- with the Tal- ,and South Carolina Elementary School and B.F. Holmes, University
professor, claimed his lahassee Business League State College. Orange- High.
nat-lojxal law from National -
children had repeatedlybeen University,Class and will be held In the burg. He is married and ........................
MM Dining Hall at 12:30 lives at 1427 Nelden rya
denied admittanceto
of 1951 Atty. Payne
noon. Road In Teaneck. New Plans have been completed and published for the
white schools closeto
has done work toward
his home and were the master's degree In Purpose of the programis Jersey.Mr.. Archer. has aided MISS FAMU AND ATTENDANTS-Miss Barbara Williams Fall Camporee which mill be held on November 8-0 at.

forced to attend all- patent law.His undergraduate to Impart Informationto the Urban League of (seated) senior music major from Jacksonville, Clear Lake. Checking in time will be 4 p.". FridayNov.
Negro schools. business men and to
The case involving work was done assist them with their Englewood, New Jersey, was recently elected Miss FAMU for 1963-64. Her 8. Campsites will be drawn at registration.
at West Virginia State for several years with
gerrymandering of pupilsin College. problems both economicand the league's career- attendants are Miss Lillian Patricia James, (left), Theme for the camp ill be Autumn BrKtk" .Assign-

the Raleigh County United legal. guidance activitiesfor a junior mathematics major from New ftnyrn teach, ments arc as follows for adults. Registration, N.
scholls has been in the President Johnny Hern-
high school studentsHe
courts since 1954 and Group MeetsMrs. don and presidentelectE.K. and Kiss Sandra M. Stills, a sophomore music major Saylor W.O. Meek and E.H. Debose; Scoutcraft
is a member of the
was reopened at the request Tempie F. Morris Knowles urges all Delta Mu lambda Chapterof from Pensacola.The popular coeds were elected judges, John Fcott. W.H. ShirleyL.W. Neylaad, B.F
of Willard business men and women
Atty. entertained at her homeon the Alpha Phi Alpha prior to Homecoming festivities at Florida A&M Uni Holmes and J. 1. Havgabrook; Inspection Te&m. F.P.
Brown of Charleston and persons interestedin
old Bainbridge Road, business to Fraternity. last week. FAMU photo by Fillyau Lawrence and J..T Swilley; Arrangements and equipment -

Top Stadent members of Group 7 of T.T. Lewis, V. P.Jones and E.H. Debose and
the united Fund. Speakerfor attend.Tallahassee
the occasion was Roundup competfve games A. 3. Martin, V.R. .Jones J. 0.Fyepehn .

Y Tifton Allen, chairman.Mr. ; F.H. Debase, R.I. Williams and T.T. LewiK.

Allen apprized the Funerals over the week-end were relatively high not in agreement with the imprompt speaker and

of the benefits with seven citizens being funeralized. They in.... ,
group of the meeting proceeded with the speaker continuing TALLAHASSEE BOYS WANTED
cluded B. Ward whose funeral
the Fund and what organizations Emory was at to share the merits of the program. We noticed
are bene- Triumph Holiness Church; Mrs. Sarah Hudson, St.} that he did not leave and no doubt was convinced You Earn Cash Selling The FLORIDA STAR

fited. He also discussed Luke Primitive Baptist Church; Mrs. Irene Williams after listening to the scheduled speakers that

s past activities of the East Grove Missionary. Baptist Church; Mrs.- .there are many things that the other race don't Apply 2011 Owen or phone 2223025STOPFAllINSNOW _

group and mentioned that Mary Jones St. Luke Primitive Baptist Church; know about the conditions of the Negro. What wag

they had been able to Mrs. Nattie L. Wills, Pilgrim Rest Missionary by far the best discussion was that offered by .

meet their quota in past Baptist Church and James Hughes who was funera- H. Curtis Mial. Mr. Mial presented a plan for removing !

years that and should lized on Monday at the Philadelphia Primitive the grounds of differences and really get- .

put forth all effortsto Baptist Church. .. An interesting program was ting down to intergroup participation. He statedin HAj IR
sponsored on the A and M Campus on Saturday, the _' \\.3 ,
meet their 1963 brief that groups should set a goal and then USE
subject being "The Role of the Educator in Decreasing -
QU ot a. list the hindering or restraining forces and the 8stkcr'r
Members present expressed Racial Tensions; An Action Program." helping forces. "Emphasis were to be placed on the .r

their desire to Speakers were Thomas J. McLernon, assistant director "Forces in Me" : Forces in the Group and the

AWARDED SCIDLARSHIP cooperate and promised Adult Education, National Education Association Forces in the situation" This was a really good "SAVE IT""SAVIIro

Hosea Brown, a fourth work toward the goal.It ; "A View of Past Present and Future program and we recommend another as soon as convenient -

year pharmacy student at was also decided that Bases for Decreasing Racial Tensions;" Lionel . .. ....
Newsome. professor of Sociology Morehouse Col- I it luh.f'i ..w formulo for M.N surf
Florida A&M University, in-organizational group Mrs. Temple F. morris invited all the members of
women. product d.tig*.d ,. Holp) .."..... tfco
has been awarded a $300 should be formed for the lege, 'Economic and Legal Implications For theEducator' Group 7 of the United Fund to her home for col-
I Ion of heir by destroying sc.lp.
scholarship from the purpose of contributingin ; H. Curtis Mial associate director lation and discussion. It developed out the dis- for brtokmg heir, thin
National Training Laboratories, NEA" Intra-Cul- cussion that what is needed in addition to our ... .
McKesson and Robbins special areas where ." ,1. ,sad othor thin company of Jacksonville.Brown the Fund would not be tural problems; Group Processes and Attitudinal aiding the Fund is an inter-organizational group .. roster natural .rU, givmg 141" ,.. b.awty and
is the son of Mr. able to serve. Chan es' : and Malcomb S. ,Knowles, professor of that will study the needs of the Negro childrenin ttrongtk. convortmg l>ort, ttwbby, Kf.U*. K.!r
bit. tho real I Iw.._,,' Cr. Ga. ."
Present were Mrs. Liz- Adult Boston Closed wt Ug "
and Mrs. Ed Brown. 136 Education. University. group the community and raise funds for the supportof
Central Avenue, Panama zie McMillan represent- discussion on the Educator's Role were entitled"In certain designated projects that would augumentthe AT LEADING COSMETIC COUNTERS

City, Fla. He is a ing the Household of the Educational Institution" "In Other For- United Fund Drive. . It your dealer does not have "SAVE IT" send$1.00 far.
2 oz. size. $1.50 for 4 oz. jar. (tn and postage included
graduate of Rosenwald Ruth; Mrs. Mamie strong. mal and Informal Community Agencies" 'In the The College of Law on the occasion of its Seventh toEsther's

High School in Panama Leon Court 4 of the Family and Autonomous Groups" and "As an Individual" Annual juvenile Court Forum will have as guest Beauty Aids I / 50 Wet 125th StreetNew
City. Qualifications for Calenthe; Mrs. Collier The Symposium was informational and speaker Juvenile Court Judges who will discuss York 27. N.Y.

the McK&R scholarshipare president of Interde- educational and would have been beneficial to the philosophy and operations of a juvenile court. ..

that a recipientmust nominational Ministerial, many ofoour leaders but few attended. Seemingly, All are.members of the Florida courfcil of Juvenile

be at least a sec- Alliance (Women); R.L. the people who should have been there were con- Judges. Featured on the program will be an addressby The Three OR WRFI
Williams, the Sneed- director of the FBI. Big
ond year student with a'B' spiclously absent. A feature of the program was Cartha Deloach. assistant
cumulative averagein Franklin Post; Johnny the reaction of a visitor from mississippi who participating also will be counselors deputy

pharmacy and a resi- Herndon the Tallahassee hearing his state mentioned continually, became sheriffs, visiting tecchers and persons InterestedIn

dent of the state of Business League; Farris berated and requested permission to speak in behalf juvenile delinquency. The two day Forum will _I_ S
Florida. Morris, Pallbearers 8 of the good people in the State of Mississippi. open on Friday at 2 p.m. in the Moot Court Room

and Tifton Allen.I Said he, "The Negro is recognized as an Individual and is open to the public.. .Also convening on theA . tenonmaottml'111mt .r more in the south than in the North. The and M Campus on Friday will be the State Secre-

Negro has a class system stronger than the white taries Association..The Leon County PTA Associa- J'-
: group The South is concerned with the disease tion had only about one hundred and twenty five

rate, marriage, money Negro is spending for cars people present at their meeting at Nims School. 1-4-1-0
I responsible sectional behavior etc..Barriers are, One wonders that happens to the parents and lead-

I created by the so called social revolution When'*" ers on these scheduled events. .... ..
I he finished many rose to question what he said. The Tallahassee Business League welcomes the On Your

One person yelled 'You are not going to let him Roberta's Florist, a new enterprize being
I '
get away with that are you? Time not permittingand established at 320 W. Pershing Street. Mrs. Roberta RadioTallahassee
I feeling that what was said Just might changethe Carr is the owner and"Miss, Louise Lang is

I color of the meeting the moderator politely the designer. .On the sports side, reports are

I passed up the opportunity to permit questions. that the Rattlers lost to Tennessee State in a ,

----- -- -- -'a Suffice to say that most of the participants were .. hard fought game. The score was 1214. Coming up Fla.KUZZIN'S'.
this Saturday will be Central State at Tampa.

r-- -- - -- --------I Fish Baits Following will be A.and T. at Greensboro andSouthern
University at Tallahassee on November 16. GOSPELAIRES
I KUZZIN'S MUSIC BOX I All of these games will be well worth seeing and
For SaleFish it is doubtful whether the mighty Rattlers will
another ?
Macomb Street Bait: Red Wiggle;
327 North
II Joe and Joe held the highest score in that whist
I JAZZ .(pitrun) $1.80 per tournament sponsored by the Donkeys and Princesseson
thousand. Tuesday night. Second was Barnes and Daniel.

45s LPs I The next tournament will be held on November 12
Jones Gardens 825!
in the Pythian Hall on McCbmb Street.Phi .
: Join KUZZIN'S FAN CLUB! : Floral Street Talla-

I Dial Hosts I hassee, Florida. i Delta Kappa Edward Waters College
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SAVE Elected OfficersThe
National Sororityof
Phi Delta Kappa Pi

Jersey Chapter held of Trenton their regular New ::: E s 1963 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE

monthly meeting on Saturday HOME GAMES)
r t.- 44 past in Hoorestown ( :

New Jersey with Mrs.
moo stoat'
Ruth J. Baylor, basileus
presiding.Mrs. : Trade '
Nov. 2. S.C. Area
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chairman for the Dinner

Dance announced that the HOMECOMING
( )
Y Al EENI annual scholarship bene-
t fit would be held at

-. 'p VS ........ Cedar Garden RestaurantIn Nov. 16 . Kittrell College ,
Trenton on' Friday. "II
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',I NOT.Mrs.29 Toney at 6:30.and her committees I All Home Games Will Be Played at

- : unique program are planning for the a Myrtle Avenue Ball Park

,,.Jt. Dinner Dance with a
""0 kickoff p.m.
aYI a ar ni Hawaiian these. ,

rc o vcR> w r D orchestra Moses Garland from New and York his Tickets On Sale. At Edward.;

iBeef at its Best City for that will erening.proTide music* Waters College Business Office

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I Club Stages Semi Formal Dane Party Booker T. Washington Higkligiits

The Booker T. Washington; choral society featuredthe

Music Hour in assembly October 24th. Selectioaa

included "Eternal Life" 'It's a Grand Night

'S for Singh' :;" "Inflam atus" two solos-"One Kiss
s.: .y
; ami "For Your .alone" ; ao instruiirtital selection

by members of the banda piano solo- "Efetrulita ,

and a piano duet "The National Embl.i irarch": .
During the evening, the chorus participated on the

ai United Nations cotillion .t
8 p.m. at the Bayfront

Park Hardshell. Mr. Irvin P.. Schindlvr ias Raster

of ceremonies, and the speaker of the cotillion vas

Mr. Gabriel Heater. The choral group rendered five

selections: "America The Beautiful" "David's

Lamentation" 'Nwpo]ithin Nights" "Judgteat

npy" -spiritua], and II 7rovatore.;
1 .. B.T. Washington tornadoes played a spectacular

football game against Roosevelt of West Pain Beach
{ .. .
at the Miami Stadium, the score m
-I ; ..W of the To TOE-does. Outstanding players were Harold
y nw -j
a : Hires, James' pices, Nathaniel Raj, Arnold P.-rry,
Clyde Prescott and Leroy Holt. The tornadoes will
wa -
s a d go against the Carver High Hornets Novwater 31 ct'.

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nrr -y r
This year the Athletic; Associuiion will elect by

-, popular vote the joutg lady who. will represent our

school us MIss Homecoming.; Ech orgnitl atioit HUB

asked to enter a candidate for Miss Homecoming on

or befort? October r.lst. All numbers: of the Athletic

Association aro prohibited from participating in
the contest. Now, we are caking plantfor the

fF mammoth homeeit ng festivities which will be heldon
4 ; aiY "a November 15th. North Dade Thunderbirds are the

1 is target.

Mr Senior. boys ud: girls took the Stutc Tide Tout ,

October 29th any SOtli-A Beauti'irption Cowaittee,
which is Kponsorml !Jiy members of the faculty, has

been organized for the purpose of beautifying the

campus. -

Re-Cvcluation: tine' is almost here. The visiting
t 3r

Cbmitt will in- at our sdtool Novnl>er lR-:.)). The

.,' student body aiu1 faculty ure preparing to make

I this year's re-evalu.lion period the bent nver.
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.. Patricia Kan 11 IH hiss Athletic Ass eiiitf&B.

". Nora Roberts is runner-up. Barhurn Davits hi the re
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INTRODUCTORY' BAIL Their first public seal-formal last Friday night Lewis, Abe Richardson, Mr. and Mrs. Garth Reeves.Center left: William

week by the Community Improvement Association launched the group into Dennis Williams, Cassandra Hanna James McCall. Center right: Mary! McCoy..

focus during the affair held in the Gu1 stream Room of Bayfront Audi- John and Mary Charles.Dorothy 'lboq>son, Dennis Ibnaldson Florence Sprat- t

torium. Shown in top photo left are: Jesse L. Nash, John Davis Benny tllng. Lower left: Mr. and Mrs. William sutton the Sidney: Yarns. Lower

0' BerrY, Garth Reeves.Prime Farrington, Charles Young, William E. Manker right: Jobn and Lorene Gray.. Larry: and Gwendolyn Waters Jinny D. Carter

Ralph B. Whitex Sr. Top right from left: Archie Lankford, Miss F.sterleneRoyal and sequire A: Co wart Jr. .;

Beat. CruiseThe I Greater Bethel AME Church News I
m New Providence M. B. ChurchThe THIS BEER Is for pleasant living! People oa the
Program Committeeof GREATER BETHEL AME informative and stirring
Crown. the Carver Branch Young and the Toung are always welcome to Presiding Elder P. A. delivery of a masterful go..people who care about qDallt .te far

Cola YMCA Is sponsoring a Matrons Auxilllary will New Providence K. B. ser- Allen delivered the Inspirational address. National Beer. Have the taste of pleaat living;
Boat cruise for be selling dinners in vices. i
November WONEV'S DAT AT BETHEL have a National Beer. Premium qoality always,
29. the kitchen: at the churchon Weekly activities are: during the services last t
the Second Saturdayin Monday is No. 2 Choir and Sunday. His general theme The' women of Bethel have popular prices everywhere. 7

PillE FR 7-2294 November. A call to Senior Usher Board Meet- was "Religion Without chosen Mrs. Andel Mic- ;f
the church will Insure Ing, Tuesday is Prayer Resenation." This marked kens. the wife of Rev. I. hay a tastt tf Phuari liwf :......
FOR BETTER PICTURES -SEE delivery. meeting and Bible Class the last quarter for the C. Mickens. and curriculum .-....
Sick in Jackson Memorial Wednesday is Young Matrons year. Greater Bethel assistant in the '
JOHNSONOF Hospital are Sister Viola and Young Women s will be host, to the Dade County Schools to NATIONAL BEER r
MI Jones. Sister Jessie Anxilllary meeting and South Florida Annual be the morning speakerof
Fourth. Sister Mary Thursday is No. 1 choir Conference in December.The their Women's Day. Spollight f Product
MINERS PARTIES WEMKS PASSPgftTSOpa Young and Deacon David and Missionary Society pastor waa guest The ninety-plus captainsare

1 p.II. to 8 PJLBafey Ruffin: all others whosenames meeting.Rev. speaker for the Men of working unceasingly Of The Week
were not mentioned C.J. Burney is pas- St. Paul AME in Coconut to make this event a memorable -
ictus A SptiaHyIH desires your prayers tor and Sister Claudia Grove last Sunday. Accolades one. The evening
also your visit. Wilson is the reporter. and encomiums are program will feature a WMBMSATURDAY
n.n. lf9 2wNK IMiM f1tfiH Visitors and friends . . still pouring in for bis Music Hour.

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BlancjieCCall: a;;united? The Episcopal Church-

Fund Hlsttict TJfialrman. women of the Church of

for District lArea III, .. \ % :- A 4b the Incarnation 1835
reports,he-r are is preparing NW 54th Street invite
-:for..the--flovember everyone to worship

10 kickoff..Persons for with them on ..tlay+ ,

terested involunteeringto November 3, at 11 a.m.
solicit just one The activities of the
block and residing be : ;;; day will begin with

tween 40th and 54th St. b Choral Mass and Proces-

from 7th Avenue to, 19th sion. There will be Corporate :

Avenue Communion for
PL 9-6383, or-sontact' I 1_ all women of the Church,
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the following captains: Ilu also the Fall Ingather
Mrs. Iona Allen. 635- : ing at this service.

7834; Ezekiel Burrows .. The guest speaker for
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754-9167; Mrs. J.L. .4 ; 1 this occasion will be

Bryant 759-6015; Mrs. x Mrs. M. Athalie. Rang,

W.H. Fuller 634-1263; a F 3 {F owner and manager of the

Mrs. sadie Vincent;, 635- :42 Range Funeral BOB*. She
6293; and Miss Janet is one of the leaders of
Williamson. 757-8897. .fa ab our community a well-

Carver ClassOf t tY known speaker and one
t who gives of her ser-

'49 MeetingGeorge T .1 :.. :. e } vices unselfishly to any
t ..,; occasion.
Washington Car- ;'IF;
After Mass you are wel-
ver Class of '49 will ,
r comed to the Annual State
resume their regular Th

monthly meetings 'start ; : States Coffee.and The the report crowning of
ing Saturday reports Edna November2nd Bap- ..:i of the Queen will culmi-

3 ,. .. 5 nate the activities at
t1ste. .class Secretary. DANCE EVENT pOne of the social vents of the Gair.eyChristina Eve, Puth Police, Iris F. Johnson, Williams, Mr. & Mrs. R.4|'ert Struw and Quentin 3:00 p.m.
This meet will be heldat
the home of Eugene 'rf -wint r season was the Black end Gold Dunce Faydell Phillips, Aelina Pikn.y. Delorps Covin, North, standing;. The lower right scene shows: Frank All of the women of the

SMith, 11535 SW 139th given i l.y the Eqelloc Social and Civic Cub Inc. in Grace Enit.l Jac"u.Jyn Day, Gwendolyn Fullard.In lr. Beckr.ith, Floreddi C. Gaim-y. Hamilton Knove*, church are working hard
to make this affair a
)Heigh Terrace ts. ,Robert Richmond McKay the Starlight: Room of tlin iscayiu Terrace Hotel. ti? upper rJ Ll t. photo are: Mrs. !l1 intin North Jaycelyn r.urroughs, Marian Kt-nry. Evelyn Davis, st ::cess. Sheba Martin is

. is president. Photo at upper left sho> club mers Vivilora P. will hJrl Stirruri, Alice Harrington Mr.' & Mrs. Carl Charlie Williams and Emerson Masn-., stur.riing. president of the Episeo-

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.i :. ; I carried Sun-'ay in the Greater Bethel AME thumb married Saturday in the Church of God in Tirist: ,

The Lride is the dau h1 r of Kr. A. 'rs. 'oral t Coconut Grove. The bride is the daughter of Mrs

iL Ceveaux of 1622 NV 65th The bridegroom is Lula Mae Daniels, 3315 Thomas Avenue, CocoH
the son of Ralph Fyicnette, iG283 SW 17*th Terrac=, Grove. The bri.ljjroom Is>> the son of Mr. Mni.Jaaee
senior Ht FAMU, majoring ii Mathematics and Industrial -
HarrIs Kr., of 3657 Fro Aventi .:. The' rwc.' tioo'fs1-
Alfonzo Mozell Arts. The couple will live in M1 .D'.i. A reception -
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follwtrd the wedding at tlie home of the on of tine bride's parents. The eeti-

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Council On Human Relations Annual Dinner OF ALBERTS Hospital. Funeral ser-

JOHN RANDOLPH COLLINS. vices were held! Saturday
Greater Miami Chapter of the FloriOt council fir
26th at 2 ..
2481 NW 153rd street October p.
t Human i Relations will hold its annual dinner WedntsH October 25. He leaves a . . S

day, Novttiber 6, 7 tI..... in the Terrace.Room of the wife two sisters, one a.FRL RHONE of Peters
brother and numerous Quarters in Goulds,
Biscayne Terrace Hotel on Bi NCI. ne Boulevard.Mrs. .

Florence Williams .... ......... ..........' other relatives. Service Florida Oct. 28th at
Saturday November 2nd Kendall Hospital.Fwwral
Executive Directorin for the annual'dinner
at New Bethel Baptist arrangements at this
letter stated that
a 'Crisis Around the -
Church, Opa Locka. time are
Miami could become Corner.' The special .
another in the . . ... . .
city guest speakers will be:

South filled with turbu- Father Theodore Gibson. MRS. ANNIE BELL COOPER. SALLIE J FAN ETTA CAWHtR.
lance and violence and President of the local 6221 NW 21st Avenue.Oct. three year old daaehter

in an effort to preventout NAACP on. "Public Accommodations 22. Survivors, mother of Mr. and Mrs. he'Andrew -

breaks, the councilhas Ordinance"and and father, a son and a Carter of S4 1 NW

chosen as the topic Paul Anthony speak- daughter, two sisters and 7th Street. Apt. Je,

Grace Presbyterian ing on Integrated Hou- 10 brothers. Final ritesin Oct. 28th at Jack. B

Franklin Jordan Nicky lee Fred Hanna sing.Mr. Aaericus Georgia. Memorial Hospital.

Church ObservesAnniversary Anthony. Field Director . . Funeral Arraagecents
of Southern Regional at this time are i.e*.-

Council which MILTON FREED LOGAN, 2106! plete.

take studys throughoutthe N* 3rd Court. October . . .
: The Grace Presbyterian South for businessesand 24. Graveside servicesat MRS. KATIE ftftlFFTOi ef
sn ANDSHIAWO HEAR THESE Church at NW 14th Avenue
anyone interested in Fvergreen MemorialPark. 201 Popular street la
aid 69th Street will observe -
... its fifteenth anniversary the problems that are His parents M=. Mel G*. died Oct. lt*. '
confronted in the South. at Jackson Memorial
and Mrs. Vasco Logan
..... beginning this
.. _-- Anyone interested in survivors. Ho&p. Funeral services
Sunday, November 3. Sche-
hearing the speakers and . . were held Sat. Oct.
: : '-. ; dule for the week is as attending the dinner maya 19th, 2 p.m. at .........

follows: so by calling Shirley 1468 NW Methodist Church withRev.
Sunday morning is anni- ORASHIA SIM'4GN' S.
I : .. versary and rededication Hollis at FR 1-6645 for 6th Court. October 26. ) Aaroa D. Mall pastor -
service. Sunday reservations before Services Saturday. Nov oft1 clat lac. Oorvivos -

..., is memorial ser- November are 2. at Temple Baptist Jnelad S moss
..!' ':';- vice. Monday is Corona- $4.00 each.Bethel. Church. Rev. 1.A. Thompson 1 daughter-i -law and
pastor. Survivingare several other relativesand

:; .In. Bonded's Studio on 3rd Avenue tion Wednesday Progress"and Choral is Program"Pageantof Program and Appoints sons Bother two, daughters father, two, .frleads.. . . i

Friday is Their anniversary 90 Women'sDay four sisters and two JAMES ELLISON Of 14420

.- Banquet, at the CaptainsContinuing brothers.. .. . Jackson Street in Richmond -
: YMCA. 5770 NW 15th Ave. Heights. PvB ral
and 12 Street : services were held Oct.
The public is invitedto the focus on ALEX SMALL. 22180 SW
., .,- share in any or all of Women's Day activities 122nd Avenue. October 28 22&d at Greater Bethel
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: -- these festivities. The Mrs. Frances T. Gause. Arrangements are incom AME Church with AM. 8.
chairman of the Women's plete. A. Cousin pastor, of-
= church congratulates
w_ ficiating.
.. Harold Higgs. chairman. Day activities, presented 'FUNERAL .............
: .W'AME of the occasion, for his 90 captains their FRANCIS HOMEMRS.
.' fine direction in leading commissions! for the observance VONNIF LEE HUNT. MRS HATTIE LSE WILLS of
: : ; them to this memorable of ,Wo..en's Day 224 NW 13th Street. Oct. Havana. Florida, died at
November 17. 23rd at Jackson Memorial Jackson Memorial 80ap.PA&F .
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27 Dove Fields OpenedStife Surprise Party Honoree s./ Africa< Drops Miles DownsIndustrial

Self From 1964Olympic
By : GMM'::Comniissiofl Games I

TALLAHASSEE Florida hunters will hare an opportunityto
hunt dove on twenty-seven public dove fields during the PRETORIA South Africa By A 7-6 Tilly
-(ANPJ south Africa
1963-64 hunting season. The fields are located In eighteen
with last week virtually eli- BIRMINGHAM -- Once a-
counties and will require a $2.00 daily hunting permit
the exception of fields Jackson.. Franklin and Walton Counties, u a Binated itself from the gain Clarence (Tbuader)

and the Eglin Military Reservation according to A.D. Aldrich: $ 1964 Olympic Games in Byrd brought victory t
director Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission.
.. .. .... Tokyo.It the Golden Bears as be
Public dove fields are located ... .. .e. ri r
in Hernando Polk. Char- the fields located in these did so when its I galloped 55 yards across

lotte, Baker Madison,Alachua, Counties. Special permit for the Minister of Interior. M.I.'s. goal line for

Clay, Suwannee Okaloosa, Clay County-Camp Blanding and fir Senator Jan de Klerk, Miles' only score of
.Santa Rosa Walton, Franklin. the Baker CountyYarborough : a k 1pa declared that the the game.
Jackson. Palm Beach Bro- hunts may be obtained at the
government was standing Miles scored late in
ward, Dade St. Johns, Orange Lake City office only.
Seminole and Marion Counties. Special dove field regulations f '' $ fast on its policy of the second quarterafter

Public dove fields in Jackson and information regarding location L td racial segregation in being hampered all

County on the Apalachee and camps may be obtained -. x sports at home and of the first quarter by
J Wildlife Management Area and by contacting the Com- \ abroad. M. I's stout defensive
the Apalachee Correctional Institute mission's regional offices at
The South African line play. Ollis Pett-
farms will require the Panama City, Lake City,Ocala,
regular $5.00 public hunt- Lakeland and WestPalmBeach. $ ? iS. government s stand was way kicked for the extra

ing permit. Fields located in reiterated after the point and Miles led 7

Franklin and Walton Counties Davis Earns .- 7 International Olympic to 0 until M.I scored

will require a special 3.00 On Committee in the closing late in the fourth
season dove field permit.Fieldson $100,000
session of its four-day quarter. With Miles
Eglin Military Reser-
vation will require a$1.00 dairy Foreign Tour meeting in Baden-Baden leading 7 to 6 M.I.

permit. 2 west Germany, gave the gambled for the two-
Hongf Kong---(ANP)--American -
There is no limit as to the entertainer Sammy T South African delegation point conversion which

number of hunters allowed on Davis, Jr., and his super-, until Dec. 31, 1963 to would have given them

the fields, with the exception'of charged show appeared here obtain a "change of the victory 8 to 7. M.I.
the Clay County fields on last week as part of his fab- in andcompetition"
policy sports tried to around
the Camp Blanding area and ulous $100,000 14-day tour of go
the Yarborough field in Baker. this British-rule territory ". from its Miles' right end. but

County Permits may be obtained Sydney, Australia and Tokyo, ,. .t. ,, government or be barred was stopped cold OB a

at the fields or at any Japan. ., :.t from further Olympic jarring tackle by Benjamin -
of the five Commission regional Sammy's $100,000 salary for .. h Games.
Gordon and
offices. County Judges in the three-city tour Is expense : ( 'kl; ;;J The actions of the IOC
J : !. Clarence .
Jt Franklin, Walton and Jackson free. He was put up in the ""'- '- >'> ,' "'.' 'v .,, 'W .. .. '{. "' tI .. _-.,;, a1'- Byrd.It
t Counties win have permits for swank Hong Kong Hilton hotel HAPPY BIRTHDAY salutations greeted Richard Carterin gifts and the evening was delightfully: spent with and that of the South is believed that
here. African government came Miles would have
en bya
Quits Atlanta U. Davis lived here like a his 1317 Y''. 21st home recently when his f.the playing of games. A sumptuous buffet luncheonwas also after former base- much larger scare had

wealthy, carefree tourist. Atone served. Shown from left nre: Charlie Jones, ball star Jackie Robinson it not been for four
To Join Muslims store, the Taj Mahal he mother, Mrs. Alberta Carter invited a group of
in a statement
bought 44 suits and two dozen Shirley Crawford, the honoree, Mrs. Carter, Chi fumbles which stopped
WASHINGTON (ANP) The close companions to honor him on his birthday. issued in New York,
pairs of slacks. as many potential scoring -
former chairman of the math-
. matics department of Atlanta He also bought blouses of Richard was the recipient of attractive, useful quits Murray" Vincent Hepi( moon Janice Hutchinson, threatened to urge a drives. Outstanding
and Cheryl Ford. (STAR photo by Randy Bostic)
university has taken over as the finest fabrics for his wife boycott by other par- on defense for the
head of the Black Muslim blonde actress Mal Brltt. So' ticipating countries a-
move Cardinal Seeks
RatedIn Golden Bears the
ment here. Impressed was Davis with the WESTCOAST SPORTLIGHTIDS Brown South Africa was 315
gainst unless -
Known Lonnie X. Cross wares at the Taj Mahal he remarked More African Ib. tackle Big (Tiny)
signed the international
Branch fcickey
ANGELES-(ANP)-Shcn A Class wha to
he is a native of Bessemer, : rose
Ala., and was educated at Dun- "I am going to go absolutely Jackie Folinson} : to >. 1946 contract to play at Mon- Lay AuditorsVATICAN Committee 'withdrew the stop several of M.I.'s
Insane here."Then he added, By HimselfCHICAGO credentials of (the)
bar High School here and received CITY (AMP)-- scoring threats.On .
jokingly "I want everything in trealTanada on the AAA farm team of the then South African Olympic
degrees from LincolnPa. -- (ANP) -- African prelates, led by Saturday, the 26th,
s ( .) University. Massa- the arcade shop. No, I'll buy the entire Brooklyn Dodgers, I wonder how much of the future Every time the great Jim 'Laurean Cardinal Rugambwa .Committee. the Golden Bears will
chusetts Institute of Technologyand and. Archbishop Raymond-
The African delegationsin
takes the field
With thelDOOOOheis knock- Brown play Benedict of Columbia -
Cornell university.He he hal forseai. Marie Tchldlmbo of Conadry,
said he joined the cult Ing down for the tour, he could. with the pace-setting Guenea, last week began speak- particular, are firm South Carolina at
afford to. And Davis is Could he" have for) the tin \.l)'.'1', *:* In the in their denunciationand
t- about 18 months ago and. in already Cleveland Browns, he ing out for greater recognitionfor Benedict.

September, resigned his posi- wealthy. World :Series: colored boys und white boys wouldle sets a new National members of their race and stand against South After the Benedict
I tion at Atlanta University to Football against colonialism, at the Second African racial bias in
devote "full time to the truthto THE PEOPLE playing together, and getting along Just dandy? rushing record.League Vatican(Ecumenical)Council sports and in general game win lose or draw
the Golden Bears will be
Mr. Elijah Muhammad in brining about integration here. Kenyan officials -
Baseball was the leader Recently.
6 (founder of the movement." SPEAK OUT! That became possible Cardinal Rugambwa, the hard at work for what
world of and today there including out-
in the
after his 144-yard
Catholic Church's first
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I Ir. is hardly' a telL!! that does not boost of at least rampaging against the ."Black Prince,:' called for the spoken cabinet barred their big game of the
Inclusion of minorities and indirectly Oginga Odinga
MAGNOLIA Philadelphia Eagles recently -
FIRST DRUG .STORE year. That game will pit
one Negro en its roster.Ty an African, among the the lilywhite South
which enabledhim
1 Cobb, previous holder of the:base-st u] ir.g; = to smash the career Council's lay auditors. He said African Olympic delegation the Golden Bears of
be Miles againstthe
the 10 auditors should more where college
j"IijMer I .Von'sPharmacy record that 1u'ld from 1914"until'WanrZ Wills. broke Crushing mark of veteran representative racially. Lay from meet. Wolverines of Morris
Joe Perry of the San auditors Were Authorized by the IOC was Brown Atlanta. Georgia.The .
1t in 1562 witb '1C4' said thatRobinscn couldn'tIt Francisco 49ers. With Pope Paul VI in an unprece- This reportedly neces- game will be playedon

t e in majors because baseball isj=an intimate. the 144 yards Jim.churn- dented action recently. sitated the shift of the ucverber! 2 at Rick-
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well-as/on-thc- # ,ed up in the Brownies wood Field at tee fl. ..
7..t game---IcvolvlDK afJithe(fJejd as. : : specifically demand ,that an Baden: .. ;
J X37-7 assault on the African auditor be appointed, A'capacity crowd is x-
baseball player has to be able to Robinson also
field play---a urged
Eagles his career shot but he left no doubt as to what pected.

2735 West Edgewood Avenue socialize as well as play ball. to 8.390. to clip by 94 he meant. Ail the present auditors that the South African The Morris Brown sqvexl
are white. Sports Association ,
Rob Feller never would haV. ..dre ed. that:,.Jackie yards, perry's previousmark The Cardinal, a learned prelate represented inter- will boast of players
Let Us Fill Your Next PrescriptionWe of 8296. Jim only the from throughout the
applauded 2.500
Robinson would go with 1.lm'l; ; the Basel-all Hal was by nationally by the Non-
needed 50 yards going
1 "Couccll Fathers" attendingthe Jefferson County area.

Pick Up & Deliver Free i of Fame in 1962-Feller lad made the stat I-(:Ilt into the game to tie the session In St. Peter's Basilica Pacial Olympic committeesONROC ...................t.
mark. as he vpted his demand in ( ) be recognized.
Wide Assortment Of Patent Medicines male his entrance organized
1t hen Jackie first excellent Latin.In -, .
t However, it is not inBrown's - -- '
Cosmetics Sundries Confectionery baseball that he would never lake it in major disposition to his speech lashed out ArchbishloTchldlmbo at an Indirect tTA I ;w.1J4J :jfA HED'IP:' : EMON AND liMe J'

, I league baseball becuus: he had "football shoul He must
equal things. form of religious colonialism --- -
Please Dial PO 5-4485 or PO 5-1582 ;
ders" -. whatever these areI thought nt the better them. And that is in church affairs in

I.D. Harris, Reg. Pharm.IIi. exactly what he has done Africa. He accused white missionaries -
Ii time that Fell er ditto t kno* f&IYthing.1.out human representing inter- I1tA
with the career rushing
national Roman Catholic ordersof G
anatoi:y. mark, and will be doing frequently"interfering"with .

\ with it in the weeks diocesan practice by seeking to Teem

f'' ',', \ ,.-, -- ........<"i; tr'.<"'""':':>.'..' t yn.- w t A hence In short in superimpose preconceived and I
1 .
Jiw:.,,,' ":'ir '< .,t 1 every gave from now until unrealistic standards on recently -
.:. established African
the end of the
I l
church life.Africans. everytingling
_i ? cart< .t Ei:74: + 1 National Football League Archbishop Tchl !

\ : season, Brown will be dimbo said, "...went only one TEEM

iii I making gridiron historyanew thing, the pure gospel We

t .< M in that department.But don't want to be colonials of 1 #time

< anyone save save Christ." He .
,' I the stocky hard- -
::: spoke for an unspecified numberof : I
t '" running fullback will be .pi"nitOiKco pj, t.IiAit$ cia.( (](iM: ..iHAJ'S WHf-ff rtc0. '

."> I; : i shooting for still Afterwards African bishops., another African :-__: :--- ._. '_ -- -_ _" _.. __, I

another record. He will prelate, the Most Rev. Abbe

.y e e ; be gunning for the lea- Georges Yaogho of Qua gad on-
football'sindividual gou. Upper Volta said the archbishop's -
gue' a--no. --
sentiments would have
r "4ihI touchdown record the African
wide backing In new
Its of 19 in a single states. iI_

season now held by the AKA's Reinstated _
Packers' Jim
Green Bay
t Taylor. Incidentally.: At t Howard U.

h tF Brown lost the single-
season rushing title to The Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority

Taylor last season afterholding has returned to the campusof
a } Banana pudding for dessert! "My j it for five Howard University after
...-' family raves about this simple recipe." 1 being banned In April 1962. In
Mrs. Johnson admits. "And I know it's I straight years. the wake of charges that chapter
nourishing because I make it with Car t As of last week (after members physically abased ten =
f nation. It's milk for all cooking
my my
the Wagles game! ) Brown pledges.The .
-cocoa and cereals too. Carnation in
the red and white can is the world's I already had 11 touch- chapter was reinstated 10 H

8Qt' favorite brand by far. downs for the six cares days ago.
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I ( 4 to 6 servings) II :
24 to 28 vanilla wafers JI

Three happy healthy little girls keep the'David J. Johnson Jr. home in Baltimore I 1 package vanilla pudding_ -

rinsing with laughter and music. Here they enjoy a comparatively quiet"tea"party I and pie filling mix .. ;'. _

beside their doll house. Left to right: Avis. 1V4 yean; Marchell. 10;,and Dana 3. I 1 cup undiluted : .. \ d _

Whatare these littk girls made of? I 1:cup wafer 1)i ., ;;-.;..'.'!'"" KEN KNIGHT
I 1 to 2 sliced bananas ___

Sugar and spice and everything nice. I line a.1quart casserole.wlth! vanilla LEARN A TRADE
: ..'wafers,'Mix the puddlngJnbt. Cam -
1 = Invites You To Listen To-
tion and water fn a saucepaojCookaccording I In Six Short Months That
4 and plenty of Carnation-the milk with extra Vitamin D I to package directionsPour : .

for sparkling teeth, sturdy bona and glowing good health I I mixture half of Into pudding lined .- I := Will Be BENEFICIAL ., "HYMN TIME"

"When they are good, they are very, of Floe Arts.He is sales supervisor fora I casserole. Top -f.r.1 LIFETIME

very good" declares Mrs Johnson.,. leading Baltimore company. I with banana slices. I ,

"And they often get a reward-banana "All my girls were Carnation babies/" II I Piece wafers remaining on top of I JACKSONVILLEBARIER -Starting At

pudding for dessert! (Recipe at right Mrs. Johnson points out. "The doctorrecommended I pudding. Cover '

MMarcbeH> collects dolls and playiMhe., it-and it's still their favorite I I with remaining I .. COLLEGE INC. 9:45 10:00 p.m.

vWi -and she and Dana are taJdagballet" milk." Even when you add an I pudding mixture. Ep 630 DAVIS ST at Beaver

Mrs.Johnson studied voice: and equal amount of water, Carnation is I Chi7lbeforeserving.L Nightly

mafic at Capitol University.Mr.Johnson richer than sweet whole milk.* ____ 100% iir CsaditiflBed -

studied'Pennsylvania Academy US.D.pi..f Acrfaultan c.a.p..i'}be .t ooh F..d.#8. ./_c.u..w c...... *1Se twat JACKSONVILLE J ", FLORIDA 1400 WRHC 1400r.

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I. EWC's "Fighting Tigers'Prep '"" Face- .Undefeated Scats Saturday I

Foothill Ernie Banks Wit Tigers Triumvirate Homecoming Battle Here Looms I

Northwestern l3.*.****.** *.****..*Campbell 6 Br'mis Down HouseST. As Top Setto Of Season

Jones High School 21"****.**....*.L W. Oilhert 0 LOUIS (ANP) -
The "Fighting Tigers" of Edward Water rolle.e
.. Ernie Banks, slugging
Harris High School 26* ** '* *"Stanton Voc 0
Chicago Cubs first base- will meet the South Carolina Area Trade School
man, stole the show witha SCATS in their annual homecoming football genie
Northwestern 15...........".....*New Stanton 0
masterful stroke of Saturday night at the Myrtle Avenue Ball Park at
witticism at a .20-
Cofcft FovtMl dollars-a-plate honoring .. 8 p.m. The game promises to be one of the most

thrilling of the year .ben the two high scoring
... ..... retiring St. Louis J
Edward Waters 42 **- Albany State 0
another. ........... .......
teams vie
Cardinals star Stan against one
Tennessee State 14........ .. ..*pia A&U 12 Ilisial here last week. '

Louisiana St. .......".....'.....Florida 0 After others had brought, The South Carolina team All ffraer vwwlty ,feet-

Virginia Tech. :31..*......."."Fla.: State U. 23 forth their share of is undefeated and have ball players; _i11 be
laughs with various types
Shaw smith 6 of witticisms Banks scored an average of 33 special LaretiattMe

...... points per garae. The Ed- rave:oming artfrvitie**.
N.C. AT 00)). 60** "* inst n-S&lem 18 strode to the rostrum and
had the audi- Ex-Tigers are as\e immediately teau
want College
Alabama A&U 30******** ** *"** Knoxville 14 HOMECOMING HOSTS --- One of the main reasons for Coach" Jack Paul's Ed-
ence of 1,500 players with Charles
Clark 32....".."..."......"Alabama St. 14 managers and celebrities ward Waters College successful play this bNason--they've lost but one has scored 95 poir.ts in rilliams register, AtMnistretive

Visslssifiii Voc. 65.***...****.Uiss.Industrial: 6 howling with laughter.He gane--is the fine generalship displayed, by their tri team captains shown its last two games. tt t.istPnt by calliHt'

.. ..... read a fictitious will be a toss-up to see
Howard D.C.: 14 *!* "" Fisk Univ. 6 above. Facing undefeated S.C.: Area Trade School here Saturday night at EL 6-334S between thfhour
telegram from the NAACP
Elizabeth City ..................St. Paul, Va. 6 offering 'coDgratulations" 8 o'clock in Myrtle! Avenue Stadium will be Tigers leaders from left.: if the vaunted Tiger defense .r 9 a.BUMid 8 p.m.

.................. which is rated
Virginia St. 13 Hampton 18 to Musial "on Ivery Black, 21 All-Confercice: end from Northwestern; Willie Simmons Gibbs To Attend'

..... ....... your wise and clever decision Wales fifth in the nation among!
Langston 24**** Bishop 8 2>1, All-Conference back from Lake and Charles Grover, 170-back
to retire. smell colleges can stop State Athletic
Grurbling: 62.***.****************Jackson State 16 As it turned out, how- formerly frun, M.W. Gilbert. .

..... ..... ever, the civil rights the Mjl; rolling SCATES.
Prarie View 36 *** Arkansas A&U 21
Protests Assn. MeetST.
organization was not Promoter Tiger Fighter Avenges The SCAT defense till
Texas Southnin 35". *.". **** *"* 1 niley 13
have their hands full
criticizing Muslal's actions PETERSBURG -
.... ..... Liston ForS. Last Yea Loss
St. Augustine 22 ** **Tayetteville 6 'in anyway. Nigerian Govt's t s trying to bald the rambling Junior colleges will be

N.C. College 20*.******.r*.*.***.Uarylwui St. 7 Ernie explained that Afrka BoutJOHANNESBURG LONDON England (ANP) of Jinny Butler the represented at the fall
Tax Lien meeting of the Florida
the abbreviation stood Lightweight boxer John
Morgan St 36*"****** ****** Delaware St. 6 South
"Del Beach Cannon- Junior College Athletic
for the "National and Nigeria (ANP) White of Chicago out- ray
ANP -- ACapetown
Africa ( )
.. .
Mllard 30** ***""* ** *Philander Smith 8 American Association of Association. The meeting
promoter declared World middleweight box- boxed Junior Cassidy of ball" To date thp Del-
\N The implication is scheduled for November -
Norfolk Ptnte 62'*****.**..************Livingstolt 0 Cub Pitching.was that Cubs- last week that he ing champion Dick Tigerof Nigeria to gain an eight rpy flash has scored 11 2nd in St. Petersburg -

MorrtH Brown 2F** *********"**"**AleD (Tie) 26 had completed "four- Lagos last week accused round decision and a-
pitchers are relieved by touchdowns nn.l is twelfthin at Gibbs Junior
Benedict ...... ........ .. .........Miles X2 figure" financial arrangements the Fastern Nigerian venged a loss to the College.
19 the thought that Musial Government of Nigerian earlier this the nation in scorirt
..... .. will.not be around with a London Norman Jackson of GiMe.
Rust 14' "" """ 'r" ""Jarvis 8 any in bout, at the
to reneging on a promise to year a .
England promoter bring small colleges.In
among Junior College the As
longer to batter them. :-: grant him income tax National Sporting Club
heavyweight champion
In a sense Ernie was recent games the sociatinn's president,
FootballNew here last week.
for his
Pro Sonny Liston here to boxa exemption recent said members will dis-
returning a favor successful title In their previous bout Tiger air attack has J..l1 !-
York 33............."*.""*"Clevrland 6 Musial. Stan recently appeared local champion to help second- cuss participation in
against Ameri- Cassfdy won a
Pittsburgh 27****..........."".."Dallas.. 21 as Banks' special boos "non-white sports in can challenger Gene round technical knock- ed. Charles "The Fox" other sports, will select -
South Africa. Lee has tosst-d 9 touchdo a site for the
guest on a program of White when the
34..f.**************"'*Baltiiaore 20 There comment Fullmer. out over
Green Ray was no state basketball Uwrnament. -
the Better Boys Founda- aerials.
Detroit 2&..................""..Minnesota 10 from Liston on the re- Tiger's blast came latter suffered a badly elect officers,
tion in Chicago.
v. after the government had cut eye brow. Coach Parr state that
Chicago l6.........................Pailadelphit 7 Among others paying po rt.Promoter Tiger Shaik assessed him 12,500 However, in the fight many of the injured and select special officials -
for the Associations -
St. Louis 21***"*********"******* -'Washington 7 tribute to Musial was, sal d !"the. idea of pounds (35.000" in income here last week, white players have put on pads .

l ............ Willie Mays San Francisco bringing Liston to South taxes for the Full evaded Cassidy's slug-
Angeles 28******* San Francisco 21 Giants The organization is
LOS centerfielde Africa is to boost our mer fight. The tax bill ging attacks in the mid are get tJ l g inTo

Denver 35....e. ......... .. *Nev York (Tie) 35 Mays credited MUsial with Non-white sport' and was filed against him by early round and then si,I II P e. HeJiMls tI'gridiron .".: going into its third
Buffalo 28***....... '"..........Boston 21 giving him a lesson in added with_ a"twinkle; in the Internal Pevenue proceeded to outbox him fans will get year is composed operation.of most of It
sportsmanship once
his that the exhibi- Division of Fastern from long range with -
Oakland 34..S&n Diego 33 he loaned him a bat to eyes their mourjf's worth thil+ Florida's Negro junior
Nigeria on orders from left
tion venture could be jabs and righthand
Houston 28..'.......*..*....*....**Kansas City 7 help him break a slump, very profitable. the Federal Government counter punches. week. colleges
despite the fact that the .
He disclosed that
Brown Leads Sept. 'BallotingNEW Giants and Cardinals were through 'Al Phillips, the

YORK -- (ANP) locked in competition. London promoter: ,he, was '
Athlete of the Year Paced Nationally: Famous WATCHES; i
Jim Brown, professional award. PiIsoI Jurying to, match' Liston

football's alltime lead- with Willie Kong ana.

Ing ground gainer, last Brown edged Koufax. 130 TtMMtcs In 63 heavyweight champion ofSouth

week moved ahead in to 129.. but outdistanced Vada Pinson, mercury- Africa, who is a at'Money Saving7 Prices I PLUS I 'Budget Pleasing7 I Terms!

another race, when he all other opponents. footed 25-year-old cen Negro.He .

nosed out Sandy Koufax terfielder, completely said Kongwana Is
Uaury Wills the"os dominated the Cincinnati .
Angeles Dodgers willing to meet the world

{r pitcher and world series world's record base-stealing stealer and Reds' offensive department ; champion-, although he-ad FERRELL DIAMONDS offers you 1)jewels,selr wm0 / 6'PRICE
inks wattrpraol
during the 1963 mitted that the South
hero vote in the LOMB
by one shak res stant un ouR
September balloting for Dodger shortstop, won season. African hasn't defendedhis the finest watches with No Cash breakable rnan Your Choice
i sprinlstarntess
the 14th annual S. Pae the Hickok award last The 5-11. 180 pound national title since ? Necessary and you pay while steel case. ss+.f+ a

Hickok "professional year. Pinson had a banner season Sept. 1957. Kongwana said
,, you wear your new
batting 313 in 162 he is "not afraid of them NNO
1 with 204 hits in: Liston and
games ( ). expressed -
652 at bats, scored 96 confidence that ir._ : 117 Jewel ELGIN : ,o

SUPERSPECIAL runs, hit 37 doubles. 14 he. could last at least
triples. 22 homeruns three rounds with Sonny

stole 27 bases and drove 1 Complete
in 106 markers. with 1 .
Vada played in 27

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Take a FULL Year to Pay x
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Club Honors Its Officers .-% i. : THINK I Man!! Woundfid Over MoRty

TO THY CITIZENS OF 3ACKSONVILLECitizens Two men who became Involved in order to stop his advance -
a f '" "**.- M M MaM H MMMMM in an argumentover ,
rax a z .c 'r : Are we going to sit Idly by and let slim money and which resulted Jackson phoned police
away from us all of our wholesome recreation?' in one of the from his home and sur-
"sr. The bowling alley has closed-the baseball club is principals being shot

about to slip away fro, usunless, we keep It here. twice, were later arrested -
i iI and held for Investigation .f
It years to fulfill the desireof
police re-
the fans in Jacksonville who were
ported.The .
clamoring for Triple-A Baseball. Once shooting victim
J-. i
they obtained it, it was an un. re- Isadore Dixon. 33, of s
1292 W. Adams St. told
r.edente-1 success ill the first year.
Y yd police that he and
j The advertisement and fame the ball Johnny Jackson. 1256 W.

I jI club brings to Jacksonville cannot be Puval St. were arguing

measured in dollars and cents. M.S. JOKVr.:, ISADORE DIXON
I Y- Consent:1Jt1y, no effort must 1 1e spared now to keep rendered reports con-

/_ taseball here.Realising. that. once lostJacksonville concluded.
Patrolmen B.W. CutcJiins
t will not have baseball for man} years to come.
and S.R. Lwaa investigated -
s, F _Ir Besides making a contrlUtion to rcr city's econor ',

the baseball club offers wholesome entertainmentfor

our familitts. The outlook far futxnv entertubln .,.;0- Seminole Club

nt that all of our families may enjoy i* very JOHNNY JACKSON

L dim.! Meets Nov. 3-
/ Friday night. Oct. 11
We cry with loud voices about the high rate of over money he reportedlyowes The Seminole Culture
,. Juvenile delin'ii'ncy yet, we do nothing about it. Jackson and that Club will meet Monday

CITED Officers and members of the Blue Shadows Bailey, tounder-buGiness manager: Mrrj Minnie Car- It is a fact that 'little Leaguers are never in Jackson shot him twicein Nov. 3 at 7 p.m. in the

Club recently honored its founder-business manager, ter, treasurer; Mrs. Verna Long, secretary; Mrs. trouble with tie Juvenile withoritjes. ,The professional the left leg. home ,of Mrs. C.G. Williams -
He was treated at Duval 1756 Davis St.
Mrs ML'rdell Bailey, Mrs. Minnie Carter, treasurer, Ida L. Rnith, Mrs. Fliza Green, chaplain; and Mrs. .
bell player is sel lon; in serious, trouble :Medical Center. Members are requestedto
Myra sursley. Standing from left: Donnel1 Hall, that items of food for the
during an entertaining social interlude recently in Jackson reported
with the law. The sport has been kept clean: and
Mrs. Carrie Smith, Millie W. lark, Mrs. Julia Dixon advanced upon him annual Thanksgiving baskets
the home of its president: Mrs. Julia Glover. A well organized. IT IS YOUR CIVIC runt
with his hand in his project and any
tasty repast' was served and gifts were exchanged. Clover, president, and Robert Pausley, social ar- i in Jacksonville in a
As you perhaps knot, going on pocket in a threateningmanner type, item will be grate-
,Members seated front row from left are: Mrs. MurdeJl ranger. (Royal Art Photo by C.J. 'Simon')) city-wide drivo ly the citizens to purchase the and he shot Dixon fully accepted.

stock of the Jacksonville Suns Baseball Club. You .
. Montgomery Ward Opens New Branch Gibbs Advisor Dr. Palma
Auto-Service To Attend are not asked to don.t: For each ?10 offered, a NOW THRU SATURDAY!!

Montgomery Ward's new need. 'Attends t ; Top hare of mock goes to the buyer. It is no more
"We'Ve offering installation Medical Seminar make, in fact there THE GORIEST..BLOODIESTPICTURE
automobile service center : level lt| MeetingST. risky than some investments we
makes "one-stop" service on Ii., \.. Dr. P.R. Palma local-
shareholder !
is considerably less risk.Becono: a now
shopping a reality at seat covers, radios and PETERSBURG physician iho has been
the ,all auto parts and mi- Associated CollegiatePress Don't let your city do\u Don't let your family 5- ",'
company's new for- practicing here since &rCOME
mandy Blvd. Shopping croprecision wheel balancing conducted its 39tb 1950plans to attend the down Don't let the Idle little boy on tile comer .' ,... ,
minor tuneupsand "d nual Conference in down. .... #
Center store opening to- medical seminar slat / z. -
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complete ,shock absorber New York October 17-19 ''it<'' ''" ,._.... r .
day. recreation in the city.Purchase A
for Nov. 7th through the Help keep clean wholesome o' -: ,
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and brake ser- with Gibbs Junior College '
Marshall A. McKee. 9th in Tampa.A share of stock today! ,. ;
McKee says. the '
vice among scores :
Manager of the 14-car practicing physician ,.4.f
The most modern hydraulic colleges represented. services well as those of
center says. "We have since 1923, Dr. palma I have volunteered \fj as
the very latest and and electrical .Representing Gibbs at formerly operated the my staff to assist in the sale of this stock, for I CAN NURSE ON DUTY!
tools the which drew
are meeting
most modern equipment power pro- Palma Health Clinic in
on vided to simplify and than thousand believe that anything that concerns the city as a BUT \\.t\\
YOU \*
hand to provide complete ", Miami.He >
speed Installation. One delegates was student '
whole, certainly concern
service for our Jacksonville is a World War 1 DON'T
is electrical tire publications advisor
area customers." an veteran and belongs to The deadline for the sale of the stock is November TAKE POLICE -
changer simple a Paul Mohr.Headliners.
Backing up McKee are child can operate it. of the several national organi- 15, I *: After this date if the $200O 0.00 COME IT ON I
18 skilled servicemenand zations. I RITZ
that Another machine, in the meeting, held in the needed to purelitse the club and the operation for
an 'inventory ALONE! ? DUTY!
bands of tech- Hotel Yorker included ill besoM
Includes complete lines an expert New 14-Year Old next season :Ins not been raisedthe club
nician, grinds brake Curtiss Ander-
of tires batteries new : to one of the seven cities which are clamoring
tail pipes mufflers, shoes and turns drums to EDit, editor Ladies Home Robbery Suspect for Triple-A Baseball.We STRAND THEATRE
'assure new brake per Journal: John Mack Carter -
fuel pumps, seat, rebuilt covers and engines formance.Not editor. McCall's; Is WoundedA wanted it We have it. Let us keep it! DOUBLE FEATURE STARTING SUNDAY

an auto accessories assortment unlike the familiar Davis Thomas managing 14-year old youth was For your purchose, you :nay call our office,
to meet every drug store soda' fountain editor Saturday Evening wounded Friday night, ,:Vest Stat Street. We 5 PlfUulnlS meet the devil In the flesh!
is an oil bar..' Post. EIr6-CD61!) or drop by 339 .
Oct. 11 by a patrolman An consul story S.c
'*MAIN AND investigating a burglar, nave the necessary forms for jcur purchase. DD TOIH ::!!!=| 'S S

police reported TODAY! ,
OPEN ',- shocking .
FORSYTHFRIDAY Sgt. P, T. Matthews said bobs r a s
Patrolmen J.P Luman andB be shown toAND '
*CEDAR V. Cutchin surprisedfour Marian S. John"-

boys in an apparent Your Volunteer Salesman
burglarly attempt in an

alley behind a W. Bay St. I CAR
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A A PAXON supply Company. LEO'S SHOE REPAIR ut?
Luman fired two warning Have It Reconditioned At O Q eF
CENTER shots and one bullet Shoe RepairingOf I
9 p.m. struck the 14-year old EDDIE BLAND MOTORS =

*ARLINGTON who was treated at Duval Any Kind, Pay As Little As
Medical Center for the
e PLAZA 'wound not believed to be Is Oar Only Business $5.00 Per Month

serious. Matthews stated. 655 W. Adams St.

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in this seasons newest colors val. to $16.99 To '$65 wk.-Jobs luting

210 Post Ave. ; ffestbury.

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LADIES' PANTIES MAID Jobs. $35-$55 wk.

Buy ,them. ..6y: ./the dozen reg. 59$ pr. 4 for$1 Fare agency advanced.Lynbrook.Mallory N.Y. i : SHOWCASEx



S \ 1 Nicely furn. room for
A wonderful selection val. $229 '; rent. For information call

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with. hoods and warm lining val. to' $6.99 HOUSE FOR SALE

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shopping center bus,
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