The Florida star

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The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
S.W. Harmon
Creation Date:
November 9, 1963


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


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

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


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gainst Wool folk,but Just first degree murder and Racial l Politics Believed\

l recently started seeing assault to commit mur- .y Xw ) Armed' Victim Killed "1&

each other again. der. ,*-Tt' Cause Of Budget Aid i Cuts
I'Kif Another victim of Wool-
Aiding; Through Area
folk's shooting was Minister Gets Negro Increased activity on the part of Jffgre

William Maxwell, 29, a .ate. :..
Sf AUGUSTINE --- Goldie Eubanks Sr. candidates running for public office is
it neighbor, who heard the dXr. "- believed to be of the subtle
one reasons
Iddral,.. civil rights leader who has beenCharged
shots and ran up the Appointed To \0 with two others in the Oct. 24eslaYing why Edward Waters College and non-profit

j stairs towards the pair -' agencies serving Negroes were either elia
i of a white man here, was
shouting, "Don't kill
nated or drastically ,cut in .allocated
Hos lg Group _. st' tented to a four months county jail
v that 1 adyl"! Wool folk Q city-aid funds by the City Budget Com

then turned term Wednesday on charges of resistinganofficer mittee. .......................

Maxwell twice f| TAMPA/ Credited with non-violently during a Labor The proposed budget for
demonstration here. *******.****** ving Negroes received
t j in the upper being one of the very Day 1964 originally set up
the following fqads
chest, according few ,Negro leaders to A future pharmacist is Juanita Bradley 304 NW pn Tuesday. St. Johns the fact that the shoot- by the City Commission
)) to police. suppuil recently. elected Fifth St.. Hallandale. who attends Florida A&M Sheriff L. 0. Davis announced ing incident reportly oc- contained $50,000for :
Homicide in- Mayor Nick C. Nuccio, in Tallahassee on a full scholarship from Food that Eubanks, curred shortly after mid- Edward Waters College an .
Hospital ff 6h $6,teE) to
r vestigatorssaid J' during his successful Fair Stores Foundation. The Foundation has dispensed hjs son Goldie Jr.", had night. Edward Waters Collegeand
SI.06;Brewster Hospital
I Wool folk campaign against former nearly a million dollars in scholarships b'e en arrested and a Charged with being an $75 000 for Jack-

fled the scene Incumbent Julian Lane, and aid-to-education grants since it was established charged- with murder int"he.fatal accessory after the fact sonville University.In Isolation Ward, from

and the next WOOLFOLK Rev. George J. Oates in 1953 by Samuel Friedand, founder and slaying of in the murder of Kinardis stating that he was $7,500 to $4.000; and
1 day was reported to be
this week became the chairman of the board of Food Fair: Stores, Inc. William Davis Kinard Chester Hamilton appalled by the curtail.. cuts fro $3, 000 to
headed for Ft. Valley,
ment of funds '
Georgia, the home of first member of his race 24-year old white native also of St. Augustine $1,000 each from Cl ark,
for EWC and
his estranged wife. The to be appointed to the. Miami Deejay's WAHE-thon Who was killed while Va. JUMayor Hay- x White Old fOlks Hee and

arresting officer E.C. Tampa Housing Authority.The riding through a Negro HospitalsLose don Burns con- Orphanage. $3.000 to

Bush of the City of minister's appoint- Closes On World's Record area with timed lit j ,, 1000.

A Miami Homicide Department ment is expected to 'be MIAMI --- At STAR presstime Thursday panions.three com : Bias Suit is shocking r It is still being expressed :-

placed a.Call.. to confirmed by the Com- afternoon. Radio Station WAME' disc Reports trr:; RICHMOND. Va. -- Racial that the proposed -; in local Negro

that ci ty s authorities mission. (jockey, Nicky :Lee had c/om..;> state thathdlding discrimination against budget) areas that ETC and non 1'.tM .

khere'*he'was'picked'upand *- Rev- Oateswb91tpas r s. plead <192r,l1QurJi of {rc)1;;: c".rraw; :. ,.: ,." :... Negro patients and doers to become ef- profits agencies serving :\

held for Miami For St. Luke's African Methodist the clock broadcasting --j 8 ..'-: a'r ,_! AlJ'' w. ; derallyas-;,_'f !etan-:MAYOR BURNS .. __ 1tt

Episcopal Church days 8 hours'reft" ..ofphysical '" F.tJBANKS': ".. ''S"lte(f m ta '' nakes: noprovision t ic,..$--Q. '. tbe'1 ,
shotgun which }
,Marine Academy.Nominations here, is a former pre- relaxation and. corn triggered: off after was. mon practice in eleven for continuity p&.ei.dt .c tt W.t wrathresttlfeitit

siding elder, and Dis- fort. '. bullet_ struck Kinard in a deep south states was of assistance for these *fro. |i...r*. \

Open trict Superintendent of NICKY *...*.............!........... the .head. Kinard died struck down here last most worthy institutions candidates ..... -

the St. Petersburg AME week by the U.S. Fourth of higher learning." tioned political ac-'
The world's continuous plans to continue on some hours later in
district, and outside of
Circuit tivity.
broadcasting recordIs until he reaches a Jacksonville Hospital.One Court of Appeals. Other institutions ser-
Congressman Augustus F. church duties which took

'V Hawkins last week announced him frequently out of 225 hours, hence, if point of extreme ex- of Kinard's com- 2 Negroes Fail 1 .To Appear-
Nicky can manage to haustion. panions told Investiga-
nomina- town during that time,
tions for appointments carry on his continuouswork Friends and other interested ting officers that the I
has resided in Tampa for vigil for the next
11 to the U.S. Merchant Mart persons through foursome were ,returning Court Frees (ClansmenST. l

rine Academy will not more than 30 years. 33 hours, he will have out the nation are from a dove hunt, despite

be received until Jan' The appointee was born gone'beyond the himalayan wishing Nicky Lee God- Gore Answers AUGUSTINE Failure were Dr. R. B. Hayllng. HJing! and Jackson

31, Examinations will be in Lakeland and followedhis summitt of unin- speed in this..a cur- of two prosecuting James Howser, James failed to appear at tee

held on March 7. father's footstepsin terrupted broadcasting. rent space age exploit. A & M's Critics witnessing to appear atTuesday' Jackson and Clyde Jen hearing and Howser i-
Personable Nicky' sWAUE- s hearing a-
Members of the Congressmay his chosen profession detttlfled Bessent one
nominate 10 candi- ,He was also the first thon has excited a wide Tampa Youth'sFatal TALLAHASSEE -- Strongly gainst four Jacksonville Howser testified that of the foursome, as the

Negro to be circle on interested onlookers defending his administration klansmen charged with his three companions ami
( dates each to compete accepted into man who hit him with a
s action in
,' state-wide for the cadet membership of the as he performs ShootingIs suspend- beating four Negroes himself were taken from car jack.Jenkins.
within view of 'round- ing two students for during a Sept. 19 klan
Tampa Ministers Assoc- a a car in the vicinityof unable
vacancies allocated to was to
c his state. iation. the-clock audience from ProtestedTAMPA taking,.part in downtown rally here resulted in U.S. Highway 1 while Identify the other three

l his comfortable pinnacleat protest demonstrations, an acquital for the de- listening to the klan defendants, DeWitt

the Bonded Agency'sstudio --- The Tampa President George'w. Gore fendants. rally public address Springfield Clareae
Support .
Branch NAACP has announced of Florida A&M this week Charged with
located at 3rd system by a carload of Wilson and Haraew Davis,

For City Commission Avenue and 12th St. that it will described why the dis- searched and beaten by armed klansmen who took all of Jacksonville, as

His energy revitalizingdiet seek a thorough investi- ciplinary course was the klan quartet when them to the rally attended members of the group

Jim McVeigh, candidate for the ;Miami City consists of soft gation of a 16-year-old taken. they were reportedly by an estimated which beat then afld St.

Commission, Group 2, Is gaining widespread foods, milk, and soft youth by a Tampa Detec Speaking in .regard" to discovered riding in the 400 persons and beat Johns Judge Charles
support in his bid for election in the drinks. Shoujd he go tive. The shooting took suspended A&M .j vicinity of the rally them.Miami's Mathis dismissed the

coming Nov. 19 primaries. beyond the hitherato place in an Ybor City students Mrs. case.

225 bour barrier: heTroopers alley following an attempt Patricia Ste4 Mixed Couple Case
A recent survey indi- which, in turn
ness vens Due Hi- ,
by the youth anda Career Diplomat
cated than an overwhelming would increase ..
percentage of voters ment and prosperity for NabRiders companion who was emi, and Reu- ; To Get High Court Appeal ,-vr
ben ofi
handcuffed to him, to
representing various all. Lake NEW YORK--(ANP)--Three Florida statutes that
Nifht City
from a Hills-
classes, favored McVeighfor He has pledged he will
Gore mixed couple living together -
brouCOuntDeputy.. said. led to the arrest of a
the important posi- serve all the people, ST. AUGUSTINE -- State *
James Brown, 15, told two were not and wife have been
tion of City Commissioner. PRESI in Miami Beach as man
and has stated he is troopers sent here by
newsmen in Tampa, that definiteaEE '
aware that there is much. Gov. Bryant have charged challenged legal ,action taken last week by the: b
ly suspended for leading
he and Charles James
It was found that Mc- to be done for and some 150 persons with
Harris, the slain youth, protest demonstrations.. NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund.
Veigh's popularity is among the Negro citi- traffic violations in not but instead ""..............*.......
had planned to escape contempt Announcement of the
due to the fact that he
zenry of Miami.As an effort to crackdownan '
for a 'series of Infractions -
because they were afraidto
is regarded as liberal, a deeply religiousman night riders and put a fund's action in behalf ated a crime expressly
of civil and
go before the Juve-
aggressive and a Quali- who believes in stop to racial violence.As .
nile Judge again. He university regulations."It of Dewey McLaughlin and defined in terms of race
fied man capable of Brotherly Love, the the result of shoot-
said that they had been has always been white Connie Hoffman: was which punishes Negroesand
rendering the best ser-
candidate for the Group ing incidents between and still is a policy

vice for the benefit of 2 City Commission post Negroes and whites here told they would be sent of the university to made by Jack Greenbergdirectorcounsel whites who engage in
to the state prison'Ifthey
all citizens.A .
has announced he agrees troopers are halting dismiss students In of the certain conduct together -
were brought before
veteran of World War
that a Negro City Judge automobiles cruising at cases of serious viola-
II and a graduate of theUniversi Juvenile Authoritiesonce fund. but does not forbid
in night for investigation
should be appointed
tion of rules only after
.* *
__ ..". Miami. He also favors of violations County more. every other avenue of The Legal Defense Fund, such conduct engaged in AMBASSADOR Cook.
>' '-. ty of Miami Charles The two youths reportedly U.S. envoy to the Republic -
the employment of a Negro Judge Mathis
... discipline has been ex- which asked to take by Negroes only or
: ;, :+ : Law became engaged : was of Niter, wtfo is
': in the City of Miami said., hausted. Gore continued. E
$ Schoolkc- department) in a series of Incidents the case while the ap- white only: ? presently serving a member -
'\ Veigh hasserved Publicity to Protests Fofcws-, inwjJvint \arlous Following their suspen of the U.S. Delegation -
: crimes
in for (2) Common law marriage -
1 assist planning sion attorneys for the ,p lants were still in
and to the Unite Nations -
as were being broughtto
assistantCity conventions and stimula- Suspension Of the court chargedwith suspended students filed jail, seeks to have theU.s.Slperme is a defense for a will return to
tourist trade.
ting suit in federal court
Attorney McVeigh has proclaimedthat armed robbery; and a Court strike couple charged underFlorida his post in Africa at
Two Students seeking to restrain the
S the end ef the year.
and charge of breaking and
he recognizes the suspension order and down the Florida stat- law, bat was onvail -
has been a need for the employmentof TALLAHASSEE The suspension entering against Brown. 4 ********
asking to be reinstatedto ues. able to appellants
practicingJIM of Patricia The officer
firemen who fired
Negroes as : .
their classes. the Grille is .;vagae
MCVEIGH attorneyand add in city offices and Stephens Due and Ruben the shot Detective The action filed October because Florid prohibit -
successful businessman lemon from Florida A&M George Among those protestingthe and indefinite M applied -
has assured his supporters RodriQUez stated university's and 28 asserts that marriage between Negroes -
in Dade County for that when elected he University has resulted that the firing took to afford w fair

ore than 10 years. will exert every effortto in several student pro- place when the youths State Board of Control use of these laws pro- and whites?
disciplinary warning to afpellsaU or
In his talks with civic end discrimination in test actions and one mass jumped him from a fence suspension vokes three Questions.Is (3) Florida's purported

groups McVeigh has empha- civil service employment rally on campus.rollowlng in an alley at 1816 12th action was the Jaz Branch the Fourteenth Aaend- definition of 'ttfecroaneS standard of cri i *llty
of the NAACP and the stu-
sized the need for many and as he puts it, the suspensions avenue. He stated that for,the court or the
improvements to enable Isee that everybody gets: CORE has taken the youths attacked him dent Group for Equal neat violated where: "white" persons -

Miami to attract busi- a fair shike." Patricia Due on its staff with a board. Rights State nearby Florida (1) 'The State has ere- an essential element of Jury?

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1 NEWS a Politics As Usual


'Published by The Florida Star Publishing Co* :
< A Conference Outlines Plans;
eaber of Associated Negro Press .

__ To Stimulate Negro Businesses
EMC .. S.SII..I.** E* rALYSIN "
'_- Y.rt The American Jewish Conference and $ie
E. .ISE..lIIIs EMIr .,
Urban League of Greater New York anneaeedweek \

IttlA WHIEN.........GirnlatiH Masfif last for a joint program designed:

: MAIN IFFICE & PLANT: t% r'-. : stimulate the development of Negro-w%&d

and-operated businesses in the Metropolitanarea.
2323 Mucrief Road......Pine Elfia 4-8782
F' 4 .

':. Mailing Address: .\ M The program will include formationq a

,p P. 8. Box 5&1. lacks airille -1 Ftori.a I N 1i! yr ; rr credit union to provide loans for qualified

O.. Negro businessmen -- the first
(: such credit union in the coun-
1738 .Ntf 3rd Ave. i.t.3, 6Th w MERIC. / A' try.

; SUBSCRIPTION //uaE 1F Organization of the Inter'j'j

One ,Year. $6.00 Half Year racial Council for Business. I
Mailed to You Anywhere in : Ci Opportunity was announced at a
: '
.. ::1t4a-r .,
\ ':Subscription payable 'in ; L ,HA7RED. news conference at the Overseas Press Club,

*- ,* Send Check or Money a .JIM CRgw' '. 54 West 40th St. The council will enlist

FLORIDA STAR P. 0. BOX '$ TRED BIGOTRY the cooperation and support of educatorsand

Jacksonville 1, ; _: -_ leaders in retailing, banking, and

other fields to give advice and guidance to

.."".'.: ', ';(; Negro businessmen.In .

f. >
"Equal: r '. : ,_' ";.<-_,'- ,.> .;.' ,i\: :;>-.:. a statement of purpose, the Council
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c '' declared
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7 '- .: -, EQUALLY AS GUILTY IN THE EYES OF THE WORLD bile progress in achieving civil rights
Secretary of Labor W.
legislation on the national and local level
unequivocally stated his
is essential for the Negro cOlB 1unity,:;, it
there must be equality of ) '.'
equally important that efforts be ,made
:the nation* s apprenticeship You Weekly I -=4 to strengthen this community econoaicaLly.

tem. < ;
; i
A prime target in such an effort wust ,,be
In order to guarantee the "
the small businessman, who can and should
this goal, the following
Horoscope Guide -' play a key role in the economy of-the Negro
been taken:
1) Establishment of New
At a private luncheon yesterday before the
1 Labor standards aimed
news conference, the plan was explained to
suring equal opportunity ly PA1LO The ASTROLOGERWHICH
some 60 white and Negro businessmen by Albert -

ship 2) ,Announcement system. that ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR C. Lasher of the Metropolitan Councilof

the American Jewish Congress and JohnT.

Department' Bureau of LOVE TRAVEL Patterson of the Urban League of GreaterNew
Training will withhold
York in behalf of the Council's found-
cation of local Ir
ing members.
that do not meet Department ARIFS March be induced to offer sug- 4-90-55-19-73-495 to neglect.Obtain compe- Reaction to the plan was enthusiastic,
21st thru
gestions that you should tent professional guid-
ards:. April 19th heed and follow. LIBRA ance when this offers according to Mr. Lasher. He reported that

3) Establishment ,of a again seem to be 2-60-88-16-62-268 Born Sept. 23rd thru any chance for you to three committees had been formed and that

Committee on Equal crossroads with C h NCi'R: Oct. 23rd rid yourself of all the Interracial Council's programs wouldbe

chance of finding Born June 22nd thru Accept the terms offered negative and handicap-
ticeship and Training factors within launched as soon as the office space
ping you.
pointing to July 22nd to you by those
standing representatives of you should The best thing you can who feel that they have 1-40-77-14-84-147 was found. .

ment, education, minority to reach your de- do during this rather been slighted but who, CAPRICORNBorn Mr. Patterson said the Council s programs )

general public to advice the destination. The doubtful second quarteris ., at the same time, are Dec. 22nd.thru'.. would be divided into three main areas:
to whom you ad- '.to Attend strictly j t+ ftepls&i to be"magnanimous. Jan. 19th '
development, review and 1) Encouraging Negro students to prepare
I your inquiries may the job assigned to you. This could really The fact that you are
effective programs and or be unwilling Follow the practices that impose a sacrifice on sometimes overtaken by for business careers and helping them find

apprenticehsip and other for fear pf com- insure the safety of you, one that you are loneliness does not detract Jobs in the business community.
themselves in one yourself as well as your reluctant to accept, from your prefer-
skill levels. Providing financial advice and other
quiring 2)
another. Your best co-workers from now on but you must place your ence for solitude and

4) Opening of is bound to be through the rest of the future happiness and privacy at frequent in- counseling to Negro businessmen.

centers in the nation's intuition. But if month. You may be enjoy- security first in your tervals. This gives your 3) Organizing a credit union to provide
Se8t1Be1)I refuses to re ing a certain prestige final calculations. body a chance to restore
loans to qualified Negro businessmen.
and manufacturing areas to just now, it would among people in general.If Should you decide to Itself, and your mind

sel youth ,on apprenticeship for you to your dear ones are follow the path of the quiet It requiresto 'Significant Role' in-, Raising Negro Eco-

and to refer interested back rather than not included in this error, you may be con- seek the answers to nomic Level Seen
g forward up category, this would be demning yourself to a the mysteries of exis-
ployers and joint g path. of small comfort (9th, long period of worry and tence. The rank materia- William R. Hudgins. president of the Small

ticeship committees. 10th). tussles with your con- lism of many individualsyou
- Businesses Investment Co. and vice presi-
8-70-99-10-58-S79 science. There are other
know or hear aboutis
5)) .Appointment of four TAURUS LEO indications that your not very conduciveto dent of the Urban League of Greater New

advisors by the Bureau of April 20th thru Born July 23rd thru economic interest will the acceptance of York, told the news conference:

t and Training as a step May 20th Aug. 22nd rather dictate than a practical emotional the views of the reformers 'The Negro businessman has .found it dif-

is assured You will be much more and visionaries.
qualified Negroes and other solution.
ficult to compete equally because of his
the Taureans who secure when you slowdown 2-10-44-13-97-214 5-20-88-10-89-528
about apprenticeship and of remained on the to keep in step SCORPIOBorn AQUARIUSBorn color. He finds it hard to get loans. He

there are in this field of while others with the times. If you Oct. 24th thru Jan. 20th thru finds it hard to Join trade associations.He .

A The four industrial in the thick of try to forge ahead, you Nov. 22nd Feb. 18thDon' finds it hard to get supplier credit.
- Even if it has may be called short inperemptory depression
t give in to -
When it down to
R. Jaymes of San Francisco, 'The Interracial Council for Business
of to fashion by
some you the finer points, you when you have
of New York City, cicera sufficient circumstances as well as cannot do otherwise than received a jolt to your Opportunity offers the promise of changing

and William I. Elrod of to perpetuate a by the people who feel In-
to admit that a steadyand ego or aspirations. this condition, of giving Negro businessmen -
The following of security, this that their interests are remunerative job is stead, utilize the occasion -
} : be considered threatened. Utilize your the surest guarantee to enlarge on and young Negro men and women who wish

k met by local way of life. intellectual energies to against economic dis- your plans and to stirup to enter the business world or start businesses -

meet Labor Dept. of you who are more good advantage planningfor those around you to
I tress. The obligationsthat of their own the opportunity to gain
and willing to the better days have been imposedon join you in a sort of
and federal
justify great odds to satis- which cannot fail to return you by those relatedto personal crusade. You knowledge previously beyond their reaefe and

1) Selection of yearnings for sooner or later. you or for the upkeepof will achieve your pecuniary to be exposed to the hard-won experience of
are bound to Hold on to your optimismand much
termined basis of
on a dependents cannot be other businessmen.
much stormier self-confidence even obtainthe
a sooner when you
shaken off when you expect -
Qualifications should be of it. You may first when those close to you to remain on good unstinting co-opera- "The Urban League of Greater New York is

test, occupationally to topple over the see nothing but calamity terms with your con- tion of your life or confident that with the support and participation -
now occupies the ahead.It may not be wise
requirements and other science. If you have the public of knowledgeable businessmen, educators -
to cordial
you crave and this sever relations 3-60-55-18-72-365
strength and ability,
2) Previously developed ,. is recognized to at home. -- PISCES and community leaders, the Inter
you could find it neces-
for apprenticeship must be e of the hardest 6-80-33-15-54-683 sary to take on additional'assignments Born Feb. 19th thru racial Council for Business Opportunity oar

the first standard. ; to do. VIRGO to March 20thA plaYa significant role in raising the eee-
- Born Aug. 23rd thruSept. 'supplement regular fine businessand
After selections have
3) nomic level of the Negro community.
income. financial aspect is

must be demonstrated. that no May GEMINI 21st thru You will find it a 7-39-22-12-47-732 being counterbalancedby OUR PAST THIS WEEK ___
exists either in the June 21st treat comfort to possess others that are not
SAGITTARIUSBorn considered the least NOT. 4, 1865 -- Wendell Phillips Dabaejr, BOW deceased -
itself or in the sufficient means to acquit -
more Importance to yourself of press- Nov. 23rd thru bit favorable. The (June 3, 1952), was born la ILic lleM.Ya.
program is related. Qualities possessed ing obligations, past; Dec. 21st first indication that was editor and publisher of the Uaioa alweekly

4) there apprentices .r key associates you may have to sacri-
are If
and present. some This is an especially newspaper in Cincinnati.
do to what fice something dear to
you you
restricted pool; as in Virgoans among you are I tin splendid period for Nor. 5, 1873 -- Major John B. Lynch: Hfrnrtanaamfrca .
to be their you in order to
line for a legacy, it creative achievements,
present employees of a firm, This could do success or to enlargeon Mississippi, was elected to offitw. .. was
is propitious for glad ; the direction of youth
standards shall govern to forestall the tidings or developmentsin programs and the pursuit your monetary returns again elected to Congress in 1877. H. liv i:la

the pool and selection for rupture of this connection. Die- of pleasure in general.If is likely to appear. Chicago as a lawyer and died in 1939" st" -
relations, par- There may be a real +
tary or other indiscretions has not been
romance '
NOT. 6, 1861 -- Jefferson Dads was elected pf4 *
In view of the countless during the should be avoided. getting anywhere you trial of your intentions .-'
to 9th loth. 13th of or fortitude. Since dent of.the Confederacy.NOT. -
_' ployaent opportunities The repercussions a can also kindle the
this move to give these off to unknown personal or domestic spark that will set it there is no doubt that 7, 1837 -- Elijah P. LoTejoy. abolitloaiat.was .
will not only you will not be able to _
showdown could have avery
off once again along
fair chance to be to help you to solve severe impact on more exciting path. It have things both ways Bordered by: a mob at Alton Ill.

panding apprenticeship problem but it you as well as on your Is possible that yon you may be risking the NOT. 8, 1861 -- Date of the Masoa-Slicftell affair
also confront yon loss of a valuable pro- "
,federal and state economic resources. This have hidden worries that daring-the Civil War.
by the collaboratorby
a brand new set of tector or
also is another day to
are putting a damper on
vitally important. and tribulations. serving :your material NOT. 9* 1785 -- Lemuel Haynes, soldier aid mini
sake certain that safety: your customary high
persons who truly rules are applied Interests. ster was born. He served as pastor of a white
every- spirits which is some-
(Reprinted fro Los An pIes your interests may where. thing you cannot afford 9-40-88-17-74-448 church in Vermont for nearly 30 yearn.

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COLORFUL-EYE4TS: { SPARK Edward Waters COll ege annual tendants, Mif: Clara Wllkerson (left) and Miss attendants from left are: Geraldine Snail Eleanor
and Joan Holzendorf. In most cases, receivers of

Homecoming which captured citywide attention Carolyn Scaly. Majorettes Carolyn Simmons, Juanita Brown, Mamie Mims and Harriett Moss. Bottom: photo
the least credit for the continue spirit injected

1 with brilliantly programmed events leading up to CUrry Betty Johnson, Lois Carter and little' Claudette left: EWC President and Mrs. W.B. Stewart witnessthe
f throughout the games are the Pep Squad, Martha
and closing. with, the Tigers' smashing upset, last* White. Miss Homecoming Brenda Grissett Jack Paul coached Tigers administer a terrific
Hentson (left), Shirley Patterson and Gloria Hill
Saturday's 51-0 victory over previously unbeat-r (center) is flanked by attendants Frances Bikes beating over their annual foe during the game.
.(Complete Story, Socially Speaking)
South Carolina Area Trade School. Top photo left (left) and Petty Curry. Betty Patt ron (center) Miss Alpha Kappa Psi, Shirley Eannister (center)

captured the vaunted "Miss EWC" this Her is ****************
;year. accompanied attendants Powell
4 Wins fandra Holloway (Miss Omega) center and atF" by Harriett (left)

Socially SpeakingMoss * B 1 R T H S * .

Marriage Mr. and Mrs Davie
John T. Boykin, 1201 Mr. and Mrs. Flozell
LOUISE GUINY.\I0 Mitchell 121 St. Coleman; 714 Pippins St.
Licenses"Isaac Wigmore St. 52 and ; May ;
The betrothal of Miss Iva Elizabeth Baker to as attradants. '
Edith Byrd 1201 Wig- Boy. Boy.Mr.
The Tigers' victory over the South Carolina Area Carter Jr. and Mrs. Ben
William Speakman Smith has been announced by Miss more St. 39. Mr. and Mrs. Lemmie

Baker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Baker, Sr. Trade School Football Team was a fitting climax to 1657 W. 26th St. 29 and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hudson; 1870 Anderson Squaire; 2020 Moncrief
Betty Lue Wilson, Orange Market St. Lane Road; Boy.
1f the Wade; 811 ; ; Boy.
.of 1451, East Twenty-seventh Street. The pros-, celebration. Fans were equally elated over the Park, Fla., 21. Girl. Mr. and Mrs. John Butler 'M r. and Mrs. John

pective bridegroom is the son of ReV. and Mrs."wTliiam victory and proud of the homecoming program 'which James D. Getzen, 3011 Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ellis ; 553 Mahalia Dn ; Rosier; 2560 Orion St. ;

"smith :Jr., 'of-1438' ', "Harrison1 StVeet. contained some, features, usually 4istjnc fve.of; Bennett St. 71 andt 1302 ttiitner St.; Girl;* pin., .. r,Girl... ,
.- .. .. -, .' Carrie Hayes 3011. Ben- and 'Mrs. David Mr. and Mrs. Martin
'' s.;" 1:" ,large universities. Congratulations to all .Mr. "Mrs. Moses Mr. and ,
?tliss Baker.. a 1961 debutante, is" a graduate of persons nett Street 63. Williams; 1021 Madison Scott; 1451 'EL '23rd" St.'; Ferguson; '3757 Old St. \
\.t. -J- f .;.J responsible for the fine display, and especiallyto Ronald D. Singleton Augustine Rd. Girl.
'.Bennett.College, Greensboro, North Carolina,... where Street; Girl. Girl. ;
Dr. W.B. Stewart 2042 Moncrief Rd. 22 Mr.oand Mr. and Mrs. Henry But-
president of the college, for Mrs. Nathaniel Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt
ale majored in-music., She is presently serving as
Marguerite C. Baker, ler; 1429 Franklin St. ,
the spirit of progressiveness that now prevailsat Rodgers; 1536 W. 8th St. Hughes; 949 W. BeaverSt.
Teen-age Program, Director of the A.L. Lewis Branch 2051 Moncrief Rd. 21. BQY. ; Boy. Girl.

ywca. the institution. John Capehart 3321 Ar- Mr. and Mrs. James Williams ,- Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Mr. and Mrs. Raymond

L. H. Hawkinsprincipal of S.C. Area Trade Schoolis disis Rd. 20 and De- ; 3310 Hema Rd. ; Thomas; 5858 BegoniaRd. Sumpter; 2149 W. 39th

c Mr. Smith.' .' ", a graduate. of Florida MM University loris Taylor 1064 Logan Girl. Girl. Street; Girl.ANNOUNCING .
; ( :/; known to everyone in that section as "Broad" ;
is serving" in the. ths.. Air Force at, Pe'rrin Air Street 18. ,
... r "t ,> :__4 # *" *' .... Although' he could, not be present, representativesfrom Robt. L. Thomas, 7930 I

ForceBase/Texas.. '., : ,. Smart Ave. 20 and Es-
i ;;; the school included his wife, Evelyn, a memberof -
1 December, ,;.27 has been set as the date for theMedding tella Mitchell 711
g.,1, :; t the secretarial staff; Eula B. Walkerschoolnurse
:' -r ';:, Arch Street, 20. FERRELL DIAMONDS EXCLUSIVE:

.; .....:"..' .......... '. ; Charles E. Riley, public relations and Shelton a Turner, 6045
+ ..
,. :''''' h placement directro; Timothy Smith, tailoring instructor Dun ire Ave. 22 and
for the sp'ace Age'. the theme KODAK AUTOMATIC
\Yreparution, 'was Shirley Ann Rodriguez, COMPLETE
''" ; Allen L. Munnerlyn of the MechanicalArts
chosen.'by Edward Waters College for its 1963 Homecoming 1518 W. 7th St. 19.

< Pi vision;and coaches Henry Isaac and Sterling John E. Shingles, 83 A OUTFIT
t ,:'celebrated last week-end. A colorful ZOOM MOVIE I all|| 8pieces
R. Langley. Chelsea St., Apt. 4, 19
parade feat ruing attractive floats carrying even Barbara s. Robinson, .
"Miss SCATS" and her attendants provided ad-
more attractive girls reigning as uQuet>ns" of 1473 W. Union St. 20. KODAK Zoom 8 Automatic

ditional charm for parade and game spectators. James R. Johnson, 1470 Camera-
thew various organizations was one of the major 169
Margaret Mobley of Rock HillS.C. has the singular .1. 16th St. 22 and Zoom in for close
events. Brenda Grissett ruled the "Miss Home Harriett 0. Byrd, 1470W.
honor, with Gracie Mae Allen and Lula Mae Glenn as ups or bock for wide12 Months
coming" Court, comprised of funners-up Francena ..' .. 16th St. 18. __ .- T angle views.
1..attendants."i .Johnnie F. Bickers, Jr.

Sykes and Betty Curry. Betty Jean Patterson of ...' ., ............. 737 W. Beaver St. 24 eye sets exposure to pay
Bronson, Florida hold. the coveted title of 'miss T and Emma J. Byrd 2009W. automatically.

Edward Waters College" with colleagues Eleanor Beaver Street, 19.
Duval Hall, newest addition to the Boys' Home on Robt. Lee corey 5334

Brown ttaaie Iflms Geraldine Small, and, Harriet Restlawn Dr. 20 and
Jesse Street, was dedicated last Sunday afternoon.Judge .
t Willie M. Ephron 5536
John E. Santora BROWNIE 310 Movie Projector- -
was principal
M now its Pepsifor _Huowood. Apt. 3, 19. r
Dozell Varner is supervisor of the 1UHU tuUon.
threads itself Shows
It automatically. your
..................... covers Gray Hair _
those who I3 movies brilliantly up to 4 feet wide. _
... j. Brandt a Liquid rl.
Aldonia H. Seabrooks was hostess to the recent

t/jjgkyoung EAU DENNA .,
meeting of Entre Nous Bridge Club, held in her

West Third Street home. Margaret E. Mitchell and
Will cover gray hair In 10
Vivian Ingram were guest players.;
to 20 minutes. No pack. No ')\
; Ruth Broome and Camilla: Thompson: were outstanding. "
M..tCl' ess. Anyone can put it on KODAK

i in the bridge: session. at home.
Pistol Grip-
REDDISH L Movie LightAttaches _TwoSOO-watt
ConsBltatica '
.. It will not rub off it Lams For steady shooting and
I CONSULT DR. SMITH FREE to camera for Provide ideal
,stays on several months. easy handling.
; EiamiaatioB indoor shooting. illuminationKodachrome
Shampooing.sea bathing,

,,1 -,. ... ;, i' Too Will Be Told In Plain Words What the Trouble Is, sun permanent waving,
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; What la Causing It and What Hay Be Done To CorrectIt. II Film roxfew ,_
curling or straightening taw a ::::
I a .. If Too Suffer With: iron-nothing takes it off. Ed Inies-

ARTHRITIS HEADACHES THROAT DISORDERS. You can cover any gray .... ... EnJoyablebook

: 1)) ASTHMA BLOOD PRESSURE sums INFECTIONS hair no matter how stubborn \1 I31 movIemak1OOft.of Reel end Con-
COLDS) full show
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1)I stays BLACK. sharp scenes your very first experts in between shcwini'coll. '



MEN AND WOMEN Permanent Waving tV Alt 8Paeces. . ... . . . .... only

'rr+artlirr. ar. +.. I treat conditions commonly considered surgical CAUTION' : Use as directedon Convenient Terms
without the use of a knife. Modern methods of diagnosis -
Wore people are: taking to the outdoor label. Colors: Black PHONE U..ltod TIme ACT NOW Write, Phone e* ttop .ki of
Brown, Media Brown.Price cLjgin'S
lifa..and taking Pepsi along! ONLT-SQ years successful practice in Jacksonville
per box $2.50 plus
". Papal'a sParkling-clean taste lat P .P..(1 OU HOUJtS 10 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. ---- PHONE EL 4-1181 Federal Tax. FERRELL DIAMONDS

,' aver too ugary or sweet DR. REX SMITH
900 West State Street (Upstairs) DIXIE PHARMACY 1m'
Office Formerly Occupied by Dr. tit
?IpNM.-' ... ..II.r'WM..NYp..141s1_.,..... ..,_ .s..."_.-iw/Yf Lyneker-Opposlte 1305 KBJS Rd. JaL, Fla.

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Twice Daily Healing Revival Services -Slated For Civic Auditorium I

rJI.1 MMwer Mtfwiy Sets AHNHI- Sweetfield Extends Joint Observance, Fountain Chapel Public Invited

w,r t r WOMAN'S Dar OWCMVHK _Swidtay I __ ;: M The AME 22nd annual Church Women's To Worship i WMh

tors, Mrs. A.D. wens,
Day observance will be Holed .EYII..lis''
observatl Mrs. Rosa L.
celebrated Sunday with
Shannon; remarks, chairman -
l 1iiIIIJU activities getting underway -
Hattie M. Henderson, A
with Sunday schoolat
all of Midway; benediction ar .r w
9:30 a.m. with the
Rev. J.W. Jones. L !"
guest superintendent and ;
? participantsfor !

ing the worship 6:30 p.m.will even-Include r teachers Instruction.supervising

1ft : this Efforts year are to being make made the

Mrs. Evelyn West First
__ annual event the most
Baptist; Mrs. Pecola
Hopkins Grant Memorial; : .x' tstanding in the

Mrs. Verdie Elder; L ., history of the church.

General chairman Mrs.L. .
MRS CRUMPLER chorus; Mrs. Sarah Best; TvT: t L._ Daniels and her committee -

L.G.... Jones.;. ...Mrs.
r chairman and REV. PRISBT
Mrs. Gloria T. Crunpler. e. wre com-

\ an instructor in the Mlrs. 4 s a mittees have promisedan ..Here in Person

a Duvul County School System / 19rn outstanding array of Noted evangelist, Key. ;

' : and a prominent HOSTESSES Members of the D.B. Barnes Club of tlnue through Nov. 11. Members shown from left speakers and program Neal Prishy. has arrivedin

t participant in the city's participants for the 11 the city and will
I Sweetfield Baptist Church are one of the .;insti are: Mrs. Viola Tate, president; Mrs. Priscilla
religio-civic circles, tution's a.m. 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. start conducting a Heal-
major organizations; which are aiding in
will be the guest speaker Holsey, Mrs. Rosa Lee Grant, Mrs. Ruby Jones, Mrs. major services. ing Revival beginning

I the 11 making the 52nd anniversary of the church am* the Mattie Pollard Friends and the Sunday for the next
i } during a.m. ser- Mrs. Inell Holsey, Mrs. Lessie general

!' vice during the annuallomen's sixth of Rev. D.B. Barnes, pastor, an outstandingsuccess. public are cordially several weeks in Civic
JohnsonMrs. Mary Lee Brooks and Rev. D.B. Barnes,
Day observance invited to attend all of Auditorium
I The
nightly now
services being conducted
Sunday at Mother Midway pastor, seated. the services.On Sunday s opening service -
by the c1 ty' s major..churches and pastors will Royal
f zd con- ( Art Photo by C.J.Simon) Friday. Nov. 8. will start at 2:30

Fountain Chapel's choirs p.m. and daily services

I MRS. JO mINE THDMAS Sister Cohen Woodlawn Presbyterian Donation Day SetBy OBITUARIESWillie will present a musicaleat will follow scheduledfor

1 .. .Program Co Chairman
10 a.m. and 7:30
Progressive C. Washington 8 p.m. in the church

Theresa Wingard Mrs. Schedules 2 Concerts!. CHURCH .NOTES 822 Leila Street. auditorium. Rev. T.E. p. m. '

Y Ida Armstrong all of Baptists Nov. 19 Shehee presiding elderof Having conducted services -
BY L.N. PEARSON SR. Mrs. Pearl Johnson ,
in some of the
Midway.Mrs. T.V. Huger superinten- BY ALBERTA J. WILLIAMS 1939 W. 2nd Street.Mrs. the East Jacksonville
Laura Powell nation's largest auditoriums -
District will head the
dent of Church School Under the Flossie Do van. 1727
j Payne Chapel; Mrs. Cora '" ..",... leadership of fourth and final con- Rev. Frlsby t
jo will the school E. 19th Street.
open .Mrs. H. B. Miller, the t
tl' Thomas. Little Rock ministered to over 28,
; ference of the year.
All George Washington, Sr.
.-Y 8:30 a.m. Sunday. Missionary Workers of ,
Mrs. Josephine Thomas, 000 persons on one oc-
At this Rev. F. W.
.... members are asked to the progressive Baptist 1532 W. 29th Street.
I expressions, captains' bring bibles. The churchis State-Convention of Solomon Travis, 1108 Jones pastor, is urging casion.
MRS.HATTIE M. HENDrKSON reports remarks. Benediction all chairmen to have Just recently returned
located Dora.Street..
at Clevelandand .
Florida are completing
...General Chairman Rev. J.W. Jones from Jamaica Rev. Pris-
their final reports
Woodlawn Roads. plans to participate in Mrs. Susie Aikens. 115

AMR Church, Rev. J. W. pastor. The Morning Worship the Annual Donation Day, Magnolia Street." ready for final comp la- by's Healing Revival

+ Jones, pastor. service will begin Sun- for Florida Normal Col- Ivan Bean. 308 Stockton tion. The pastor is requesting there broke all previous

Ground Breaking day at 10:55 with Street. that all members records when over 20,000
The 11 a.m. program follows a.m. lege program which wille
: i Rev. F.D. Wilsonpastor, held at the school Mrs. Beatrice W. Davis meet at the church Tuesday persons came to him for

Processional; call to Ceremony PlannedAt bringing the message. site Tuesday November 711 Broad Street. Nov. 12 at 8 p.m. prayer and help.
Rev. Prisby last week 1
worship Mrs. L.G. Jones The United and Westminster 19th beginning at 10 &.m, Mrs. Daisy Clark 1531E. to discuss important t
Union Community was in California where
(Mother Midway); opening choirs will The unified project is 24th Street. business matters.
he spent a brief vaca-
hymn Miss Polly Brooks serve with C.E. SimmonsJr. sponsored by the three Mrs. Altermese Bellemy!
A ground breaking ser- Bolden Aides
tion with his wife and
i of Mt. Zion AME Church: SISTER COHEN at the organ. State Women Conventionsof Atlantic Beach. Fla.
s vice will be conductedfor family following Healing
4 prayer Mrs. Viola Hat- Children and Youth Hour Florida. The Districts Richard Watson, 1014 Schedule
Sister Rosetta Cohen PartyThe Revivals in Los Angeles ,
cher; selection, chorus; the new church edifice has will begin at 6:00 p.m. presidents are Laura Street.
scheduled two concerts San Frmcisco and Dallas,
scripture, Mrs. Carmel A n day. at 3 p.m. at which will take The Junior choir will serving as the chairmenand Maurice E. Singleton Nurses Aides Classof Texas where huge atten-
+ Anderson of New Bethel rehearse at this meet- other workers are Jr., 1415 Grunthal St. Bolden School of
place Nov. 14th and Nov. dances attended his
Union Community A.Yo E.
AME:: decalogue an.d mis- 16th. ing also. The Evening serving as the key wo- Rufus Gardner Jr. Nursing will sponsor a
twice-daily meetings.
sionary offering, Mrs. Church, Beaver and Eav- Vespers will be con- men.A 1236 W. Monroe street. party Saturday night in
The Thursday night His services are
Estelle Jones. Payne ducted beginning at 7:00 program arranged by Mrs. Minnie G. Arnold. the home of Mrs. M.
Nov. 14th program will rendered for people of
Chapel; solo, Miss Ruby p.m. This service is for the leaders of the con- 1488 Steele street. Cole nan 1625 W. 14th
N. McCray,. church be held in the Church all churches and atten-
Cummings, West Union, both Youth and Adults. vention and Dr. R.W. James Arcbbold. 1117 W. Street.
of God in Unity locatedat dees are urged to bring
announcements. Mrs. pastor Rev. Tyus of St. Please come and bring a Puryear the presidentof 5th Street. Tasty dinners will be
12th and Danson Sts. the sick and afflictedto
Geneva White. Shiloh ; friend. the c dlege will be Richard Robinson, 1148W. sold and the public is
Andrews Church along The program will get the Healing Revival.
Baptist. The choirs will rehearse presented. 10th Street. Invited.

J Consecration hymn Mrs. with various other;' *,r with underway, Deacon at S.L 8:30.' Cohenas p.m., Tuesday at 8 asicea:00 II Outstanding religious j Henry Robinson, ..13 '

f Geroge L. Adams, Grant m. All members are civic: and educationalpersonalities Augustine.
guests will be program master of ceremonies
t [ to be present. Wednesday will play Ellen Lumpkin 1628 W.
7Memorial; introductionof at
and Mother Rosa Lee
speaker Miss Geral- participants. Grace sponsor-pastor. November 13th Elder W. important roles and the 3rd Street. [3. l3mE 1
Refreshments will be C. Alexander and Deacon : .
dine Robinson, Ephesus College's chorus will be Mrs. Eloise D. Hazel- .. ".
and the
groups L. .... . ..:
Betty James will direct heard in several selec- .
Seven Day Adventist; served immediately fol- public are invited.On hurst, 2252 W. 45th St.

solo. Miss Ruby Cummings: lowing the ceremony. Saturday night, service Mid-week in the prayer Con- tions. Other soloists Kitt Williams, 1242 W. At last! a shampoo
will also sing. for the 28th Street.
invitations, Mrs. AnnaB. Nov. 16th the Hill
Memorial Sunday School begins at ference room of the occasion.Mrs. Mrs. Janie Bingham, 2513
Byrd Grant ; Sisters of Way cross, Ga. guaranteedto

offering, Mrs. Ruth 9:30 a.m. with the reg- will headline the pro- church Friday at,' November 7:30 p.m. 22nd Susie Holley will Calvin Street. i

Clark. Mt. Ararat; Mrs. ular staff in charge.The gram at First Born at 8:00 p.m. in the be the official presiderand Adult School help
Mrs. Miller, and Mrs
New St.
H.M. Anthony.
Temple 825 W. MonroeSt.
Fellow Hall of the
I James; Mrs. Ann Paschal message for the 11 The program will church the North Annie Betha the president -' Elects OfficersThe lengthen....

Moncrief Baptist; Mrs. a.m. service will be start at 8:30 p.m. Florida Chapter of John- of the Missionary
Senior Class under
Martha Grooms, Grant brought by the pastor Singing groups are invited son C. Smith University and Educational Conven-
tion of West Florid the sponsorship of Miss
Memorial; Mrs. Johnnie to on the
appear Alumni Association and
with Choir 12 and Usher will assist Gwendolyn B. Shelton and
Mrs Holley
and Mrs.
Daniels. fthiloh.
program and the publicis the Music Department of
Evelyn Wells.Introduction. BoardII serving throughout invited. Elder A.L. Woodlawn United Presby- during the major bffsi- Miss Dorothy Jones

sessions.In elected officers for the \
of visi- the day. Hill is host pastor. terian Church will sponsor ness
additions to the 1963-64 school term.
the Johnson C.
workers and friends a Miss Mollie Luse a pro-
Smith University choirin
large number of pastors spective graduate held

a musical program. from various sections the election.The follow-
Tickets will be
830 CASSAT $1.00 o f the state are expected ing officers were elec-
f for adults and students strengthen..
to be in attendance ted:
fifty cents. This choir
1824 W. BEAVER and the general President. Ezra Hayes; f and
will be touring Florida. straighten
presidents the Rev. J vice president, Daniel aSoK
Let us do our bit to" S
t LOCATIONS TOsmt A. Finlayson Rev. A.H. Moody; secretary Gwen- hairbeautifully
make this program a suc
'Parker and the Rev. J.C. dolyn Davis; asst. secretary your
rooFla. cess. A little bit is
Sams are also expectedto Claudzell Alvin;
better than nothing. Do !
be present. business manager Lonera
something, begin in a
Davis; treasure Albert
small ..way.
Church Buckner; chaplain,
Grade "A"FRYERS SMOKED The Church School PreparesFor
Shirley Jones; and reporter -

25 PICNICS 29C superintendent meet with his wishesto school Nov. 17 Tea Donald R. Moore. Satin Soft

staff after close of Committees of the Surprise i Tea

POUND POUND Sunday School. First Church of Meta- SHAMPOONow

physical Science are Scheduled Ho v. 10

ND Church Of Christ laying plans for their you can hare straighter, softer, more m*.af *Ue

/ MULLETuuRD 12 $ annual Musicale Tea By Uly White Lodge hair and, in most cases, without the fox aad bother of hot

us. .. Written In Heaven which is scheduled to combs and messy ItraihtenenJSa,1n !

The-23rd annual Holy be? held on Sunday afternoon Lily White Lodge 125 Soft leave your hair more manageable.. .

BEEF LIVER 3 w. .. Consecration is stillin Nov. 17th it wa? is inviting friends and Eliminates most snarls snags and unruly curb. Beeause

session at the Churchof announced this week. the general public to a Satin Soft's lather Is so rich.and creamy, you'll seed BO

SLAB BACON 3 surprise tea slated for rinse after shampooing.Satin .
us.... Christ Written in The public is cordially extra creme
Heaven, 1434 Kings Rd. Sunday Nov. 10 from 4-- Soft contain no harsh chemical*...A special

HAM SHANKS 3 Bishop J.C. Blakely, Invited. 6 p.m. in Joe H. James blending of protein and ofl-Kke featle

us. .. Host pastor. Community Center, 13th and pure even a child can use Satin Soft Sbampoo. Perfect

HAQI FTC: 2 Saturday will be ob- * and Granthal Sts. for bleached tinted or dyed hair. too.
.. _
.._- ... .. -_. .. reduce the need hot comb
Satin for
Soft or
In STIW TIMI WITH MEATYBRISKET served as Youth Day and proe-
with activities centering WHEN YOU ARE ILL eases...And in some cases, even eKminate them for ,

STEW 3 L.S.. .. around the Department. hair that needs only a light pressing!

AZAR SMOKED COUNTRY Highlight of this event You Seek Joe Best Doctor Satin Soft create Alt hair mind In jua* 15 ails.Ia. .

SAUSAGEKIDNEYS 2. ,:' P .....Leave the rich creamy lather on y..r kilt for
will be the Coronation When Your Doctor PrescribesGet
15 minutes-rinse well-then see and fed the rflffmuui :
PHIC 01 In, during which time the Experienced Pharmacists
For extra curly hair, aa additional mutes k aA yen
6.a ational queen of the .According to Your Doctors need.
... Churches of Christ :
GROUND Written in Heaven willbe C.P. BlackProprietor OrdersiWe Use Only The Try the New Satin Soft Extra Light Halrdrwlnf

BEEF 3""us. crowned. Or. Quality- Drugs Sag complete hair beaoty..h's the crtaaelns wriahlbii hair
.. : oVewIaf that leave jon hair sfflty ash sad oh M easy to.......
MEATY Elder J.B. Jones, Na- ...and all witboot the greasy residae of old
tional Youth Department fashioned pomaoW Satin Soft Extra Light
u. president and Bishop Hairdressing contains a moisture repeBantE
MEATY A COMPLETE LINE OP d* hair heat bloes
Blakely will supervise
Yew Boy both Satin Soft hair-can: products at Mr
activities.Mary Candies -
... $100 Cosmetics Rubber cosmetic coaster today. Satin Soft products '

NECK Clteta lathy Brown first CAILED PCB AND IILIVDmlilly's an uc aditioaaSy varsaJeed to satisfy you.

BONES 11 .... National Youth Depart-

ment queen will be vying .- '- -, ,
with Drug
other contestants to R ,9
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retain her crown. "

Vtteh Ik KM r Star The public is cordially K1XSS IIAB EL 3-8276 Open Dally until 6 p.m.'f art .. .
Kriftt ft* WJU IV Clans! 4 inVited to attend. I 1807 ...

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: : STARTS SUNDAY 2:30 P.M. I Hundreds Flock to i

TWO SERVICES DAILY 10 A.M. AND 7:30 P.M. t See Evangelist HereBy i. I

and ministers alike ..'""""""""" a""a"" """""""""""""I.J. JOvLLARD r -- .
t Many laymen say : Independent City:I Editor I alcohol. If it takes four drinks tomake ::
Women with leg shorter thin you drunk then one drink .
this if one of the most powerful anointFOR ALL i ii } the other, spastie one children and hten I makes you one-fourth drunk. One sip .
with palsy and twisted torsos are taking will affect your mind and hinder yon ::
iitcp to pray for the sick, given in thisgeneration. their miseries today to an evangelic I' from car. pulling." the brakes on your *::
i PEO.PLE I healer in the Veteran Building !
Auditorium at MacDonald and 12th I "Jul because it is legal does not .
a Powerful enough to create! Richmond.The !I make it right There is more beer .
sold today than there is milk. Dntwatch ::
- OF ALL i Rev. Neal FritLy hewn his"miracle I the beer ads on television that .
ruring" rnuade before hundred tell lies word it
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I i CHURCHES i among the curious on hand for the i i ken..Don't lit'Yf'.1i the advertising .
t opening sermon when Mr. Fnsby about beer and whiskey. By pub *
f anointed the pleading crying cripples. I".e sign in .\merica we should be :
i'H ........;" ,.." ,." .....t The Paso Rohlei minister arrived able to put "Beer Kills," or "Liquor .
in town with his attractive wife an Will Send You to the Snake Pit. ::
organist, a ..0nJIt'allerMr.. Bob") At the conclusion of the sermon, .
55 and a brother. His goal To cleanse I :Mr. rruby asks the crippled and ailing ::
NEAL Richmond of its sins to bring stout I to conic forward. He places his .
I : FRISBY repentance of the natives and to heal I hands on affected areas implores Cod .
the lame and the halt. Ito call out the nil and talks sooth* ::
Yesterdays debut had all the thunder II incly to the Patient .
of old-time revival*-arm-Hating, The first woman to receive the .
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fool-stomping amen-shiiuting fervor i I anointment yesterday walked J with a ::
Speechless building to a crescendo of rmoliun. limp up to the ala lie. One leg was .
+ The meeting begin with the sale, shorter llian the oilier. She and her ::
for SO rent each, of Mr. Frisby's mi.I.IIM1I1"d.n. friend look tin .
,i # booklet "Creative Miracles," describing ploringlv into the minister" eyes. .
x: his birth in the East, his move to I Rev. Frisby lifted the leg. He told ::
c- (:Ulifornia, his getting the call to the crowd which now consisted of .
ra preach and his talk with dod when i I all the audience jammed near the pl- *
he got the power. "Creative !Miracles" I pit that the lea had grown. The lady ::
AFTER, : IMUYMt also! carries a warning In those Ret. I i said the I leg had indeed assumed nor .
trilby consider has wandered low far I I Mini length, but that she still had a ::
A men who brings deliverance to God's + r front the straight and narrow. The | pain in the hip. Rev. Frisby told .
q? Twist, say the evangelist, i is also taking the pain In in away, and the woman .
people, REV. FRISBY has tremendous faith its dancer In the portal of Hell. said he had accomplished this miracle ::
Rut it i is drink that receive' the ton. .
God's sick. will ftiMH ,1 After preacher* moil inspired attack. There.. hardly a dry: eye in the ::
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0 f &f"" ,- ,- .N -. FLORIDA STIR PIPERS t.. .. .. SATURDAY NftYEMftER 9, 1113

ir Rail'8,00'0' 4 Rdnney "benibs Nerb Atty. .Aids <:-Cat o l ics' Join -. ( Students l Begin- i ;. f Internships

To Rebuild Prosecution In St. Louis

Bombed ChurchLOS Mormon View M Million Trial Protest Rally j

ANGELEStThe( ) Dictates Policy MINNEAPOLIS, Mlnn.-ANP) St. Louis The Imposing of f/R7
parents and the pastor-ibr one :. .'. -A Negro last week was cast prison sentences of up to a year i :A
of the four victims of the Sept. ,LANSING, Mlch.-ANP-- in a prominent role in the on 19 leaders of St. LouisCORE's Bi4lhlhlli
k 15 bombing of the 16th Street Michigan Gov. George Romney $1.000.000 murder trial of Any fair employment campaign eMM
e Baptist church In Birmingham. T. Eugene Thompson for the at the Jefferson Bank and fir ; > 1 aswfs felt
often mentioned as a possible : sib s#
Ala., last week were the special Republican candidate for President March 6, 1963 slaying of his Trust Co. has resulted in several II =-= -;, ; rwAMIw11 efM
guests at a rally at the Embassy came close to losing his wife. Carol 34. major protest demon- _*"it _
' Auditorium here,where a temper here last week when accused Cast in the role of assistant strations here. a-- w car. a a+f
total of raised _c.c;: Jer
$8.000 was to Prosecut-
by a Negro state sena- Ramsay County On October 28, over LOGO ...r'X --
rebuild the church.
tor of being Influenced by his ing Attorney Is Stephen Maxwell persons marched on City HalL ha--
A crowd of 1,000 persons attended Maxwell and the chief .a 4tIFM
'a -
church's religious philosophy That evening more than 250 .
the rally and contributed William B. Randall $ a-i ,
concerning Negroes. Catholics many of them priests .,
\ 6000. The remaining $2.000 Romney is a member of the presented the state's opening and nuns held a protest rally. -fe t 1 .a dY 1
was contributed by Methodist Mormon church that doesn't arguments in the case before John Dunsford, associate law ,- -
churches In the Los Angeles.The regard Negroes as human be- Hennepin County Judge Rolf professor at St. Louis Univer; T & -
Rev. John H.Cross,pastor Fosseen. ) \ ___ at
ings on an equal basis whites. sity, said the rally was"i public '
I of the bombed Birmingham In an emotional response Opening arguments centered confession that we hayeslnnee -
L church' was the guest speaker.He the governor who was presi- 'on selection of Jurors. But in the pride of- race". Y
I was accompanied his wife. dent of the Detroit Stakedio- Judge Fosseen rejected the The 19 were sentenced by
Mr '*adf Wr :vCUrIstopherMcNalr cese) of the Church of Jesus state's request that the defen- State Circuit Judge Michael t* IJJ a _
I the\j>atetts?of Carole Christ of the Litter Day dant be held in jail for safe- Scott for violating his August
j Denise U on'exof the four Ne- Saints, the states top Mormon keeping for the duration of the 30 injunction against"physical -i '
gro glrlsklll dtinJ e' church before becoming governor trial.. He Is currently free on interference" at the Jefferson ''5t ) e 1a111" f
blast, also took part;In the pro- $100.000 bond. _
said: Bank & Trust Co. Among those I rf a L
gram. "I have never been Taught Mrs.. "Thompson whose life sentenced were Charles Old-
The McNalrs and the Crosses the Inferiority of Negroes,-and was Insured for more than ham former national chairmanof : efef
.,flown,here tn, Delta Air 4
were a 41,000.000 was clubbed and _
j I don't believe in it. I have CORE and Alderman William
.Lines'j&'jIane'Trom Birmingham7 been taught that every personon stabbed to death in her home Clay, a long-time leader-of St. i
: -forwe nlly. Tbey: were last March.
; this earth is a child of: Louis CORE. t r i
met at-ibe 'a1rpon'by; a delegation God and 'thus is entitled to :
; headed' by Mrs. Myrtle full and :
Chatnun.., who,greeted the Me- complete civil rights. Birmingham Justice Shows Many Facesof
Making the challenge to the _
p Haifa:with moist eyes and presented governor was Senator Basil W. BIRMINGHAM (AMP) A Policeman Jack Spivey, 33. _
Mrs.(McNalf with a bou The all-white deliberated Uk
Brown Detroit Democrat. :lie' 15-year prison term was givena Jury LL_ I
quet,04ed sear said his motives were nonpolitical Negro last Week charged with for less than an hour. : _
:-' 1.iCNalr told re- stabbing a Birmingham police Defense attorneys filed noticeof
and that he spoke from the .
po yhatbebadbeeafightingracf Senate floor because It pro- officer during a May 12 riot.. appeaL ji j .I k
; >* red 'aU"lUe" and vided him with a forum. Negro leaders were quick to Spivey Identified Ivory as the ,
t o 'woiilrf continue to do so.His wife Brown said that his Information point out that a white policeman man who stabbed him while he --"" y J "..:\ J"

i gave'an: emphatic, ",No." when came from a recent article who fatally shot a fleeing was trying to quiet a crowd of THIRTY THREE Edward Waters College students have Mobley, Carrie Akins, Ellis Braddy Gwendolyn
asked If she was bitter because in the back and
clear the for
'Negro teenager Negroes way
in Look magazine in which begun their internship for the fall semester. Alfred
Whipple, Benefield. Third row: DorothyMcCray
i of the bombing which took her several months later was exonerated ambulances.The .
a Mormon said, that Negroesare Student teachers have been placed in Duval, Madi-
daughter's,life. banned rioting broke out after Vivian O'Neal, Salena Mons, Francenia
from the
"T at wouldn't solve any- positions and more Important The man, Carl Ivory, 53, the bombing ot a Negro son, Suwannee and Baker counties. Theodore D. CelestineEthel Beasley. Fourth row: Betty Barney,

thing" she said. "ffe 1sorry ments in the church. sacra- was found guilty of assault withIn leader's home and a Negro- mo Jli .. Dans, is Director of the Intersnship Program.The Eugene Grant, Julia Johnson, Betty Burrell, Tiny
for the person who.t did It." ent murder In the stabbing tel. student teachers are (from left to right) Thomas, Mildred Jones, William Robinson. Fifth

1 first row: Gladys Smith,LI Hie Rolle, Bertha rowNorman Williams, Ned Ruffing and Larve Bailey.Not .

:r 7... '.:: h Hall, Jimmie Pearl Harper, Lueva Glee, Jacquelyn shown are: Bertha Williams, Betty Roulhac, aad
; 2:
,< r.: f Lundy Gracie Sanderson. Second row: shelly Gloria Chlsholm.Social.

tR. i i p4 >' ,, :' Modern :decorators. ,are using ,,">:,,,:, f r:.. ", : > "<', :' ,., 99 Northwestern League Prexy Call
> I
'; .._. .',.,.;, Y"'i", :. Security FactsQUESTION
:: y: "': Students Earn For HOY. 12 Meet t.i
'i': mw e;end more : My husband died last year. I remarried
"AR"EA RUGS Honor Roll Honors but my second husband was killed in an autosobile
'* r: ; a
,:. :' '1 Ninety-nine students accident six months later. He was not insured under

::i. >' .. l earned honor roll honors social security. However, my first husband was.
.,. .. during the first six
weeks period at North- When I reach 62 will I be able to draw from his
( e : ;;
western JuniorSeniorHigh account?
; : School. Joseph : ANSWER: Yes,I f a widow remarries and her second hus-

Grooms a 12th grade ", :!
.;11f band dies within a year after their marriage, and
student was the only one M' t ;- ,
H -".., ,,: earning a 4.0 average ,, \' he is not fully insured, she may regain her right

t j according to the official + to any benefits payable from her first husband's

r' :Y < records releasedby }: I' account.

the counselor's of- .
fice in charge of the Jr'.' J..1', "; <<' For the best in values, ntefckartise,

h 1 honor roll. ,
I & appreciation of your business. SEE
Carolyn' L. Brown (7-13) PRANK KINGAn

Frances Hansberry (12-4)
important call meeting -
+i and Patricia Mungin to officials, managers Ray's Jewelers
(8-4) earned 3.8 averages -
1 sponsors aid play-
Janice Paris (8-4) ers of the 12-team Cla- 326 MAIN STREET

Willie Ola Seward .(7-4); rence L. Jackson Base-

and Linda Simmons (9-10) ball League has been issued JACKSONVILLE 1ILL PHONE EL 3.9183Jacksonille's
i : earned 3.7
for Tuesday Nov.
:% ;
,a:." : Betty Ann Battle (7-13) 12 at 7:30 p.m. in Wilder "( Oldest Independeit Jewelers' )
} k Lynwood Calhoun (10-2) Park ,Recreation

Leonard Gardner (8-3) ; Building by Frank King,
Charlie Mae Harris ((8-8)) League president.

Ella P. Lawson (7-16); Others Interested in

\k m M" *, : Wallace Mitchell (7-4); joining the league are CLARKSMEATSHOICE
Larry McDaniel (7-4) ; Invited King said.

Mallnda Seward (7-4); King lauded all those

,r y 'e w'it.N Karen G. Simmons (8-13) affiliated with the Lea- 1510 SAN MARCO 1601 UNIVERSITY IN LAKEWIII

earned and Tetha4 3.6 White (7-4) gue for the successful Lakewood Store Open Sun. 9 a.a.-7 '.11.
averages. close of the 1963 sea-
Breaking the Honor roll son, and will be urging CLARK'S TENDER TASTY
a w down there were three work $
all concerned to CHOPPED 5SIRLOINS
who earned 3.8; three along with the National 1 00
who earned 3.7 ten who 4
; of
Baseball Congress I g
A- :; jt.- 1 Sw earned 3.6; five who Witchita Kansas, during STf

earned 3.5; eight earned each season to give
3.4 six earned 3.3; Be sUre to see BIOGRAPHY every Wed. Nit oa Cbaa&l 4
; local players an opPortunity -
e itht een earned 3.2;
to be scouted and
at 7 p.m.-Educational and BiterUiniflf
t.hree earned 3.1 and. also instructed by major

forty-two eanred 3.0. league scouts.

There were twenty-one 'He also urged participation

honor students in the :-by local league t

twelfth grade seventeenin members in local, dis-

the eleventh grade, trict, state, regional
fourteen in, the tenth and national tourna-
grade, five in the ninth
: grade, twenty-seven In Sports fans will also I
:4 uv fill8 this dramatic role
: ;% the eighth grade ,and be invited to attend

AMtaleA.ItNt.f powca lAOM0 aW 3 .. 1". -J.tJ' > ;. fourteen' in the seventh Tuesday night' meeting.
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It h StmiAY NSYEMBER 9, 1913)Iifi y FLORIDA STAR PIKERS ,i s fill 7

/Ij': State NAACP Branches Plan Honors For St. Augustine 4 -- .

Medic Sentenced I n Abortion Trial Nat'l Lunch Week Observed Officials Thank Public
ASP twice 27 and -... y.,'. ., NAACP To Honor .",,' "'f''' '
TULSA Okla. ( ) on April -- -' '''- : ;.;?
A jury of nine men and 29. The girl said they 'i
i St. Augustine Four eN+6ts
three women last week paid Dr. Bryant $250 on s <
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the first visit for WINTER HAVEN---Four ... ,; ...'
found prominent Tulsa an -.--,. ..1' t ..,.
physician R.C. Bryant abortion. In his testi- ,:.,, ,.,fAJ1 members of the NAACP St. --
guilty of ;the abortionof mony Dr. Bryant denied ;;;
,, 1i Augustine Youth Council
a 16-year-old white this. He said the girl : v"
girl and sentenced him and a young boy who said "::, will be honored at the
r Iu
t to two years in prison. he was her brother asked :.< annual meeting of the
Formal sentencing is set him to help them because NAACP>> Florida State Conference : -

for> November 19. Mean- the girl was ill. Dr. r ,
to"be held here i
while, Bryant is still Bryant said she "was
free on a $1,000 bond. miscarrying." He said Nov. 7-9. '

The is he her a pelvic The awards will prob- .
case expectedto gave
Hall left
be appealed in crimi- examination and con- ably have to be given to
nal Court of Appeals. firmed this. He said he I manager, and C. Wake Sharo, speakingthrough the
their parents, however,
The trial lasted Just found evidence the girl / s k media of the STAR--wish to gratefully thank ta e
two days with over 20 had attempted to induce 9 y as the four youths are
-4 general public for their record-breaking reapoae*
and defense her own abortion.The t f
prosecuting still in jail as a
witnesses called to girl testified she to the grand opening sal e at Montgomery*Ward *
result of their part in
testify, including the had not attempted to induce c IlL company's ultra-modern facility located at 5121
testimony of the attrac- her own abortion.He recent demonstrations in
invitation to the
Normandy Boulevard. An open
tive 16-year-old high said he gave her what that city.
school student. The he termed "first aid"to NATIONAL SCHOOL LUNCH WEEK-Every week throughout the school year an. public to patronize one of the nation's lar..t
'r The two boys and two
state' chief witness stop the bleeding, average 16 million young people in 68,000 schools across the country line stores is being extended. .
testified she and her and after this treatment girls were arrested
up for lunch daily. These students are in Ballou high school, Washington,
;l, boyfriend visited thedoctor's advised her to see another early in this stunner: and GJC Enthrones Fifth Queen
,office on the doctor immediately. D.C. In recognition of the importance of the lunch program President
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19th, 26th, 27th, 28th Dr. Bryant said he Kennedy designated October; National School Lan di Keek. asked to sign a state- "Queens in Wonderland"was On hand to crown the .

L and 29th of April. received $10 for the USM Photo ... ment agreeing to give the theme of Gibbs new queen was last

Dr. Bryant said ,they treatment and examinavisited up their protest, report Junior College's Corona- year' s queen Mine Al-
I his office only tion. Jax NAACP Last Rites Held Gibbs Students tion Ball that was high- letha McKenaie of Sara-

7 .. Delegates Attend For Ex- Fisk Dean to juvenile authorities lighted by the crowningof sota.
E#i AttendCay ConfabST. and
other co-ed
Z s. CHICAGO -- (ANP) an African as Comprising the royal
MeetingThe Funeral services were PETERSBURG The restrictions.When the college's queen. court were high soboel

fI, ; NAACP State meetingis held here last Saturdayfor Annual Tri-State Meetingof they and their Sophomore business stu- queens representing:
-; ; Mrs. Thelma R. Rambo the National Student dent Hilda George of fciddleton Senior High,

( .Y s being held in Winter former dean of women at YWCA held at camp Calvin parents refused to sign, Monrovia, Liberia West Tampa; Blake Senior
i' ; Haven, November 7-9.-The Fisk university who retired Georgia last weekend they were declared juvenile Africa, became the fifth High, Tampa; pinellas

thane of the meeting is last June after was attended by delinquents by queen of Gibbs Junior High Clearwwter; Booker
seven years as associate four representativesfrom College during the annual High Sarasota; Dunbar, f
FREEDOM NOW, and delegates -
professor of English at Gibbs junior Col the courts and are now Coronation Ball Fort Myers; and Gibbs of

from' thfe local Southern universityDeath lege. in correctional insti- held recently in the St. Petersburg.

branch, led by Rutledge came after three Attending the November tutions. ,- T

Pearson, president, are months illness and with- 1-3 meeting were GibbsJC Several speakers are 8.J .WIfAt JtAeR: N-Q\Q.a:;\ ; MON AND 1.1 M'E J
in five months of her representatives: .
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in attendance.Mr. retirement from teaching Presidentof slated
Alice Burgin for the three-
Pinkston, presidentof The wife of Marcus Mil- the Campus YWCA:
day conference Rev. A.
ANOTHER FIRST Leon Booker (left), first Negroto the Deal branch, one ton Rambo retired principal Emma Cooper, treasurerof : Lowry, president of the
become an authorized new-car salesman in Geor- of the "branches which of Douglas High the Campus YWCA; and G
School, Cincinnati, Mrs. faculty sponsors Mrs. Florida State NAACP an-
gia, talks about the 1964 cars with Jack Alwen Tim
has met: with many obstacles Rambo was born in Aus- Rachel Hill and Miss nounced. Included are

Dodge national distribution manager. The 29yearold from their localofficials ton Tex. The couple was Mary Perrin. Rev. F. George Pinkston,

i Booker, salesman for Bill Jones Motors Inc., I married in 1933. College students from president of the Marion
will give thekeynote
She was.on the Fisk Uni- Georgia, Alabama and
Dodge dealer in Augusta, Ga., recently visited the address. versity faculty from Florida attended the County: NAACP branch;Mrs. .TEEM

f t 'Dodge Assembly Plant in Detroit. A car salesman The convention promisesto 1933-36; and at Southern meeting. Workshops were Ruby HurleyNAACP South- :i tingling

since February, he was formerly manager of a bow- 'be one out of which from 1958 to her retire conducted on "The YWCA east regional secretary; .; ; time!
ment. Aside from being Purpose and Campus pro ., .
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)ling fclley. Booker attended South Carolina State and Willie Ludden, NAACP
will come many progressive dean of women at Fisk, gram" and "Better Association PUf Q! 9..JA. ()I K JC.t: :tp( Tjfi.Ts.WHJ 1t$$q.t:: )
College: is a member of Augusta's Tabernacle Bap- ideas for the she was once a trusteeat Financing.1 youth field secretary. .- .- --- .. -
the school,was a mem-
tist Church, where he Is Scoutmaster of thehurch's
1964 year of NAACP work ber of Links, International -
Boy Scout troop. Bill Jones, owner of
in Florida and delegates and also of the
the Augusta dealership, said Booker "is doingan National Association of
from. Jacksonville wilL
outstanding sales Job for us." Colored 'women .*<* III P. .........
(DODGE NEWS PHOTO) give a special report on
Fla. NAACP Surveys .
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E I:Educational Tee Vee's "1.-. :
DR. P. R. PALMA Sunday, Nov. 10, in the J

public meeting to beheld Hiring PoliciesTAMPA
Acute & Chronic Diseases at Bethel r.aptist -- Educational 5U P E f

Institutional Church at television channels in
this state are being RIGHTS RESERVED
<: -Medical, Manual Manipulationand 4:00 p.n''. currently examined by

other Healing Therapies The public is, urged to the NAACP to determinethe

attend this meeting so extent of Negro employment SPECIALS GOOD THRU SUNDAY AT EDGEWOOD AND AVENUE B
ct / \ will help you to Better Health in teaching and
as to become fully aware

1120 N. MYRTLE AVE. EL 3-1940 technical positions.
of future NAACP movements CHUCK
'- .<.: NAACP Field Secretary FANCY GRADE A SLICED
1 '" and actions in Robert W. Saunders reported -.
You Don't Have To Go To Town To Get outlined that one answer
this city as by
.to NAACP inquiries has,
Mr. Pearson. been received thus far" ROAST BACON
; .................... "which is interestingas .
well as revealing.' *

Your Nation's Leaders R. LeRoy Lastin ger
general man zger of WEDU

1' DRUG STORE NEEDS Kickoff AnnualUNCf in Tampa reported that I .

there are no Negro, 'i'. !' 39 4H > "; l
Trade With Your Neigh Unhood Drug, Store DriveN teachers presently employed LB- -.> ; LB_ <.
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HE WILL M1t-T: ANY PRICFS ADV. IN YOU* LOCAL PAPUlS.; : Gifts total- but Negro instruct .. 1''*'' : ',,
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Dixie Negro Colleges Development assist the regular
i Pharmacy television instructors."
; Campaign. Charles G. .
Neither are there any
1362 KillS Real it Myrtk AVMK General Mortimer Foods, chairman.Corporation technicians but he stated FLOUR SUGAR

channel will hire Negro -'
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man of the Campaign, announced -
meet requirements for
PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND TELEPHIME at the New York positions that are open. .
kick-off luncheonat
area, :
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I P Fisk Staffer Challenges FAMUans Retiring Staffer Honor iQ 0tKAMIt IUIAIl TUI U. &uNO"tocrrr

Students On Certain Value TALLAHASSEE -- In recognition THE GRACE OF GOD

the Bible the of God is His loving
TALLAHASSEE "You have been forthright; of her retire- In grace
favor toward fallen Paul has to
the man St. more
ment from positionof
;[ you have done what you consider right and women's counselor in '.ay about grace than any other Bible writer,

proper. All of us take off our hats to the Division of Student 4 I opening every one of his epistles with the declaration -

you." Thus, Miss Mary D. Shane, assistant Welfare at Florida AtM ::. : 'GRACE BE UNTO YOU AND PBACE.*' s
Mrs. Mary Little wonder, for he himself was God's greatest
registrar of Fisk University saluted the Jackson Riley was : deoonstration of salvation by grace.In I Tin.

students of Florida .MM University at the honored, recently at a' '\) 1:13,14, he says: "(I) ,was before a blasphemer,

they and a persecutor and injurious; but I obtained
outset of her vesper message in Lee Hall. luncheon In ',University "'
*............... : Commons. -\ mercy. ..and THE GRACE OF OUR LORD wXS EtCBBDINS

# Auditorium .tlu"The _Joy. of clean Member of a prominent I. ABUNDANT..."

t Speaking on the subject. living, she said inclosing Nashville family. Mrs. After years of service and suffering for Christ,

"Leaces of Gold" "is better, Riley taught English and ,.. _. he declared: "But none of these things rove! Be,
Miss Shane characterized :
than fame;courtesy ranks Home Economics at \,, ., neither count I my life dear unto myself, so
students entering the .
with courage." Tennessee MI state University that I might finish my course with Joy and the

university for the first At the conclusion of and English at NEW COLLEGE QUEEN{ -for Glbbs Junior College, St. Petersburg, is African ministry which I have received of the Lord Jesus,
time 'leaves of
"as her speech Miss Shanewas Virginia Union Uni- co-ed Hilda George of Monrovia, Liberia, West Africa.-The sophomore to testify THE GOSPEL (GOOD NEWS) OF TIC GRACEOF
gold and exhorted
presented a corsageof versity before coming to GOD (Acts 20: 24).
them to remember certain student is shown with her attendants, Jeraldlne Taylor of Palmetto, and
white roses by Dr. J. FAMU in 1950 with her Salvation is wholly by God's grace, not partlyby
values (GJC photo by L.L. Ballard)
important as Gladys Evans of Tampa.
they their col- D. Beck a graduate of husband. Prof. John Wil- man's'worta, for in Rom. 11:6, we read: "...
11 pursue Fisk University and a liam Riley head of the
legiate careers. Yes We All Talk IF IT BE BY GRACE, THEN IT IS NO MORE OF WORKS:
member of the Departmentof History Department.Up Ca pt. Assigned "
"Remember the value of OTHERWISE GRACE IS NO MORE GRACE. And in Roa.
Education at Florida to the time of PHONEMIC SKILL
time" she reminded her an 4:4,5: "...TO HIM THAT WORXETH IS THE FEWARD
"sb To ROTC Unit
AlJd University. injury suffered in a
kci listeners. "Remember the NOT RECKONED OF GRACE. BUT OF DEBT. BUT TO HIM
Appearing on the vesper 'fall several months By Marcus H. Boulware
perseverance with the speaker prior to her retirement TALLAHASSEE Captain
program Children who have articulatory speech defects
the pleasure of working Richard Chandler Jr. of JUSTIFIETH THE UNGODLY HIS FAITH IS OWNTH) FOR
Miss R saM.
were Mrs. Rileypopularly -
the dignity of simplicity (.failure to pronounce certain sounds Columbia S.C. was re righteousness." Thus salvation is "not 0 fworks"
Edwards soprano who known to her co- but "unto works" Eph. 2:8-10).
good (
the of kindness -
power sang 'love is Where You workers as '"Mary J." -- correctlyoften presents a problem to their cently assigned to the
E the importance of Good works is the fruit, not the root.
I United States Army in-
Find it. and Emmett had served 13 in
example the obligation years parents and teachers. at "All have sinned" (Rom. 3:23) but thank God,
i Robinson bass who sang the personnel divisionof structor group
of duty and the wisdom Turn Not O' QIeen" .and Florida A&M. Most parents and teachers try to correct Florida A&M University.He all may be "JUSTIFIED FREELY BY HIS GRACE. THRU
14 ,, of economy." THE REDEMPTION THAT IS IN CHRIST JEBtiS" (Ron.
J 'This May be the Last Happiest when she was the various sound errors on the word level, will serve as an assistant -
She urged the studentsto 3:24).
Time. Accompanists were working in close con-
to "forget the unpleasantness but this cannot be done effectively.The military science and Instructor ,Thus it is God's purpose "that in. the ages to
Norman Choice pianist tact with her charges '
4 forget the peculiarities speech correctfonlst usually focuses *--for freshman come He might Show THE EXCEEDING RICHES OF HIS
and Miss Charlotte E. Mrs. Riley gave her stu-
of our No..' GRACE in His kindness toward us through Christ.
Giles university organ- dents counsel in social attention first on. "the*error scundand thenon cadets.
friends and remember .... of" in His kindness toward us through Christ Jesus"Eph.
only the good." ist.Invocation and bene- financial personal and the syllable, xt' words, ..and .finally on ..................... ( 2:7).
diction were given by health problems. She recalled S 't' '
"Cast out fear .. ." chrrtflH olcn* 4ajj.
pre- \ -
.laes..An d also DC noted tnaonly .
Rev. M.G. Miles acting: this week that it snpuia: &
judice and hesitation; ;' I Foreigners Train At A & M
dean of students; Rev. her work was most grati- one sound should be worked on at the
love largely and hate -
James Hudson.head of the fying "when students r k try.
the bad," the popular same time. __
of Philosophy with their .. .
Department come to you w.
5 ...... S.
Fisk University employee .as s: -
Speech Correction Fourth Edition by .ra. ., 5
and university chaplain problems--when you don't S g611RfY E fa S a ,.f.P;' #.a.R'R +
admonished her audience.
introduced the speaker. have to send for them." Charles Van Riper, is excellent for the

Capitol. City Wedding Principals classroom teacherIt_ should be purchasedfrom #t 14J =
w z Prentice-Hall Inc. Englewood Cliffs,

New Jersey, at $7.95.Precedence .

of Motions

By precedence of motions we mean act or]

right, of being considered before; superio- a r. }

rity; in rank as compared with other mot -
? :

Usually, the privileged motions take pre-

cedence over the subsidiary motions, and
4 ,
the subsidiary motions over the main mo-
o. ;..: --- . "

? tions. Incidental motions take precedenceover AGRICULTURISTS STUDY AT FAMU-Two Ghanaian agriculturists, training to
d main motions. '
become specialists in commercial bast fiber production, recently completed -

., In order that a chairman may .conduct.his
a period of specialized instruction at Florida A4M University
meetings with and correctness he
I \ ., ;1"t under the direction of Dr. C.E. Walker, dean of the School of Agri-
A1 should Memorize the precedence one mo -
{ t' of the
and Home Economics. They are pictured here with members
\\ culture
._" _
over another. But, when in doubt, be
4 BRIDE SHOES OFF HER WEDDING RING-Mrs. Eddie Haugabrook, the former FAMU agriculture faculty with whom they worked during their stay in
should call upon thn; club parliamentari'arfor .
2 ;Miss Vera Idella Bryant of Tallahassee Fla., third from the left shows. an: interpretation of the parliamentaryissue. Tallahassee. From left to right are: E.T. Brooks, L.A. Marshall, Dr.

off her wedding ring to admiring bridesmaids following her recent wed- C.B. "Owens, Robert K. Essiful, EJura-Ashanti, Ghana, a senior tee nieal
in Ghana W.L. Johnson,. Jonas W. t,
ding ceremony. Shown expressing their admiration of the ring are: Miss I officer for the Ministry of Agriculture ;
The precedence philosophy can often be

Morrise Bowels and Mrs. Patsy G. Donaldson, bridesmaids pictured to : used ,as delaying tactics in parliamentary Twum, Accra, Ghana, a senior, technical officer for the Ministry of"Agri-'"...

honor, j culture in Ghana; G.W. Conoly, and W.O. Mack. (Photo by F111yau) '
the left of the bride and her sister Miss Marie Bryant,maid of chicanery.

standing at the bride's delat.I :
parliamentary Inquiry Plays ReviewedBy
Phi Delta Kappa Wright Retains Greens Travel The motion 'Rise ti> Parliamentary. In- FAMU Official The*, Big Three OR WRFI
Dr. Ran-
I Elected Officers Title DistanceTo quiry' is designed to make it possible for TALLAHASSEE
Wresting Longest
The National Sororityof dolph Edmonds, professorof
a member to ask a question about parliamentary Speech and Drama at
Phi Delta Kappa. Pi LOS ANGELES (ANP) Homecoming

Chapter of Trenton. New Bearcat Wright retainedhis law. Florida AtM Universityand
TALLAHASSEE Mr. and director of the
Jersey held their regular heavyweight wrest- For instance, a member might rise and sajfTttster
monthly meeting on Saturday ling crown last week when Mrs. Walter E. Green. FAMU Playmakers recently -
he defeated Count Billy 16166 Wildemere Street. Chairman,I ,rise. to a parliamentary previewed drama-
past in Moorestown ;.. : ""
New Jersey. Varga before an enthusi- Detroitcame the longest inquiry.* This motion*needs,, no second, and tic productions of two
distance to attend the ( Institutions for overseas -
astic crowd of 10.400 at
the chainnan'should
therefore say:
Fish Baits the Olympic Auditorium. recent Homecoming activities touring to Europe. 1-4-1-0 kOp
I Add! 'State inquiry."* : :
In other matches Fred- Florida your These were the productions -

For Sale die Blassie and Don Leo University. The member might say, depending upon what of the AtlantaSpelmanMorehouse -
Accompanied by their Play- Your
jonathon drew with Kin- he wants to know, 'Is the motion debatable? _
G..,Fish Bait: Red Wiggle taro Oki and Mr. Moto; two daughters. Rhonda. ers and the players of _

". .-( pit run) $1.80 per The Destroyer defeated 13. and Bethany. 9, the The chairman might say, depending upon the University of Miami.Dr. RadioTallahassei M

thousand. Hercules Cortez.Red. Bas- Greens combined a trip the case, Yes, this motion is debatable.' Edmonds' previewand
> I to Miami with a stop in evaluation of the
tien won over El Toro;
officer know
If the presiding does not the
for Home- ,
Jones' Gardens 825 Mile Paidousis defeatedVic Tallahassee two institutions' pro-

floral Street Tallahassee I Christy; The Hill- coming at FAMU and answer, he should refer the question to ductions was matte upon Fla.KUZZIN'S.

i Florida. billies defeated Gene visits with relatives of the parliamentarian. Thus the chairman recommendation of direc-
Mrs Green in nearby tors of the American

;1 : TALLAHASSEE BOYS WANTED Midway. Fla. and Day- would say, 'Mr.. Parliamentarian, will you Educational Theatre .Association GOSPELAIRESKUZZIN'S

tona Beach. answer the menter s question?' and at the request -

I You Earn Cash Selling The FLORIDA STAR Green a former FAMU READERS: For &y chart of Notions arrsir.ged. of Dr. Leonard
football tackle known as Leone of Wayne State I JAZZARAMA

Apply 2017 Owen or phone 2r23015HNIIII "Tiny. played with according to cl&sses, and the character- University, Detroit,
the Rattlers in 1943
chairman of the Over-
istics of motions send one dollar to
prior to his inductioninto seas Touring committee
the Army and ser- cover cost of handling to Dr. Marcus H. of AETA.

vice in W.w. II. Mrs. Boulware, Florida A. and M. University, The Atlanta-Spelman-

Green the former Thelma Box 310-A Tallahassee Florida Zip Code Morehouse players groupis
McGill of Detroit was !
directed by Dr. Baldwin -

graduated from FAMU in 3231)7 Burroughs. The group ,

1942 with the A.B. degree Presbyterians To* Raise S5000.000 will present the musical HAIR j V

in Home Economics.The "Jamaica," to overseas .oJ \ .

I : family was en route To Aid i Racial Injustice) VictimsNEW personnel in Europe.The USE Sstket'str

to Miami for the National YORK N.Y.---Cnlttrd Presbyterians will be University of Miami i
Girl Scout Convention f players is directed by

to which Mrs. asked to contribute tcf ja special fund to aid the Dr. Delaar Salem. He, "SAVE IT"

I ...-I!!._. ta w._-----_.-- Green was a delegate. rictics of the nation's struggle for racial jus- like Randolph Edmonds _

......................... is a former presidentof
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... _
r IKUZZIN'S the Southeastern -SAYE4T' II I...... a. /.r 4
A minimum of $500. 000 visory body of the 3.2- Theatre Conference. His "".....-. pre4hKt .......... .. Wp ,,..... ....
1 MUSIC BOX I wlll be sought through million member denomina- also will tour .k..1 .. Ity .......,... IC" k+.t.d..J

e -I a special offering in tio.n. group 4 4",..... ......... f., 1n.kM5 U.i ....
YOUR RECORD HEADQUARTERS : The offering will also Europe. They will pre- .... ....
1 L the denomination's 9.200 ........s4. LLr .p.4p.d..l f..1N
327 North Macomb Street churches on Race Re la- make it possible to sent the musical 'Tan- ....... .t.rSI .a.. slow ......,. ..4 a

i I \ supplement the salaries tastiks." ..f th, .... e w ...... a.bby. ....... Gs.

_1 ::il 3::GOSPEL BLUES POP JAZZ .: tions February Sunday 9. next of United Presbyterian Dr. Edmonds is a memberof !.*. !<* reel**.*.... Cr..w.i.a ....,. i

the overseas Touring COSMETIC) COUNTER
I. proministers
Adoption of the
45s LPs
ii remain In troubled Committee. A member of H your de.l.r fees not NqsAVE IT"s..d$1.00 tar
posal came today may ,.....
must 2 01. stzs. SI.SO for 4 oa. \*r. (\u Nd included
iW the committee pre-
Join KUZZIN'S FAN CLUB! I meeting of the United areas when their congre- toEsther's
; \ will longer view all productions before 50 West 125th Stmt
ation no
;I -:. Decal 2214616 I \, Presbyterian Council General adadequately support them. they leave the coun- Beauty Aids / New York 27. N. Y."r '.

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1Miami\ Baha'i Assembly Practical, i I Nurses Annual I Tea

- f! YWCA i B 0 9 SALES 6.SERVICE .
I '(\ Observes BirthOf I l. \ ON,

I November 12th is the Its Founder MODERN & ANTIQUE ARMS

registration date for
iDe the first session of -
the Baha'is of Greater
the YMCA Wider Horizons Miami will Join millionsof AMMO GUN PARTS REBLUING
Kindergarten, was announced _
bythe Executive believers throughoutthe -EN GRAYING REFINISHING HOLSTERS
world in commemoration
Secretary, Calvin C.
of the 146th anni- PHONE 635-5042 or 634-7762
Kindergarten Pro- versary of the birth of 3420 NW 27 AVENUE
the Founder of their
gram is designed to pre- MIAMI FLORIDA
Faith. .
pare five-year-old chil ___ -
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dren and will for the include first: reading grade- man Donald of Barrett the Hollywood, chair- :: 71 I I 1.1:

_ Baha i Group 'hosts:for
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number readiness, *
F music, dancing arts and the occasion,stated that _-*:: -' ,.
Baha'u' Hah was born on "
crafts games, etc. The
November 12, 1817 in
program Is under the p LanaSHOPS 7
Teheran, Iran, and in P
direction of Mrs. Evelyn 1863 publicly proclaimedthat
Pait and a volunteer
He was the Premised ,,
staff of trained adults: One.

I "Group activity in the
Barrett also stated
f Kindergarten will be one
of the major contributions that there is no clergyor 3 EAST FLAGLER
ritual in the Baha'i
since this will
i World Faith, and that MIAMI FLA. '
afford the children an ;; :
8aba'u' llab' teachingsof '
opportunity to learn to E Ek Ex :
the oneness of God's

work develop with a sense others of and belonging Messengers ness of mankind and the have one-at- I I I 'I .' .

to a group."
tracted believers from
"The program will also
Z every religious, racial
help to prepare them for and national background.The '4 PRE HOLIDAY
life in this complexed
is public is cordially
society and for future .
invited to attend the,
school work said, Mr.
public meeting to be
Hughes. S ALE
held at the First Na- ; ;; ,
: a
There will be limited .Jffit< '''-' '
tional Bank of
Holly- f vF
enrollment on a first wood, Hospitality Room, y P 9Y ,
come, first serve basis. ., .
20th Ave. and Hollywood : i1$1F.ii
For further information. : SATURDAY MONDAY TUESDAY
X Boulevard, at 8 p.m. u
parents oust contact theG. '. ..... ...:. -
# _. a
.W. Carver Branch YMCA ', ,' !1II1r"' -
5770 N.!'. 15th AvenueOX -- KEEP AMERICA w ". ''"'.' '.. ,', '..' ',:"'3

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Open 1 pm, to 8 p.m. SAVE.38C

Baby Pictures A Speciality ON REG. 69C ,

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: ---. .- TOPPERS
THE: LICENSED! PRACTICAL NURSES Club of Miami held aid '
Fulcher, Naomi Johnson, Mai las* Smith, Adeline ,s
its annual tea on the lawn of Range Funeral Home.
Smiley, Lillie P. Dorestt Mary Edwars, Aurori jg.88
Mrs. Canaen L. Ross, R.N.! Director of Nurses and EG. $
Greuves Ethel Fife, Vivian Nelson, Josephine Carr, R
Nurses Education at lit. Sinai Hospital was guest for
Thelma HicksEdna Miles Owens Herbert Winterly,
speaker. Shown here are officnrs,,- members. and. .
guests: (L to B) Mary R. 'Young. Ethel Bledsoe. Arnold Tines and William D. Dickinson. (Bottom .

Marian E. Prom Leulicha Feriall,-JSnJlj; .E,.':;Wright! picture) I.ccnora! Thomas Whelnina Beutley. Inez .

Rose Bud Dickinson, president Magdalene Williams Claudia Gilmore, Mabl'e Alexander, Carrie : All
; Johnson I ,.; $3.99
Robinson, Jessie Herman, Ella Mae Rolle, and Annie
-t Bessie I.. Brunt Leonora Thomas! Ruth Smith, Anna
: Mt Brown. (Miami Florida Star photos by Al Crawford)
: Till man an-I Louise King. (Center "Picture DalseyStrictly

************* Entertainin' ************* i Y' PRICED AT $

t tr with H. "Doc" ClaytonIn X 66Tr

defense of musicians one Dade County school STARK behind JOHNNY'S BAR on the same corner.... vFP
z teacher told another after the narcotic arrest by Cries at JACKSON MEMORIAL HOSPITAL by all the f.D: ; ; 'l
: ,
I Federal agents that, "All musicians were dope ad- swing shift employees on the new three point ''> _
I 7.
dicts." The Barns had to be held back from each lunch system, one half hour, and two quarter F.
other; scenes as though one is married to a musician hours instead of the usual one hour straight.The L "

i and he Is one of the best in the area.. .. complaint is that they can't get to the snack
Hear that SAMMY DAVIS JR. is to headline the bar lunch counter and back to their work floors in NESUITS

Hearts Association' Heart Ball, Dec. 29th at the time if they should eat...The LATTAS RESTAURANT 00
DeIll1v111e....Imagine a fellow telling BEN BROWN in on 79th Street,refusing to serve persons of color,
PARROTTS BAR on 17th Avenue to give him another is finding new ways to spend! tax payers money: with REGULARLY X1252q
I I : t. : drink. Said, Hare to be drunk to go home, I the co-operation of SOME law enforcement officers.

THIS BEER is for pleasant living! People on the can't afford to face my wife sober .. ..The Last week a young white fellow from CORE went in ,99

ORGANZA BEAUTY' LAB on 46th Street giving two free to eat but when the management found out that he .. I
I go..people who care about quality. go for ..
hair styles every month. The latest went to ANNIEMAE ,was a member, they cried COPS. The fellow was v"
National Beer. Have the taste of pleasant living- HANCOCK and JACQUELYN ANTHONY..BOB HAYES, taken to the City Jail but there was nothing he REG.

have a National Beer. Premium quality always, world fastest sprinter, in December 30th ORANGE could be charged with, they then transferred him ; $3.99

popular prices everywhere. BOWL INVITATIONAL track meet, biggest competition to the County, and still he could be charged with SKiRTs

V will be two school mates GRADY SMITH AND JOE WIL nothing was finally released with NO CHARGE. rl' aId SWEA lEIs

Im a tutu if, PkHHt LiiII I : LIAMSthe FAMU speedsters'will hit the cinders Makes me sort of wonder who pays the taxes on

I against GRABBLING. FLORIDA and FLORIDA STATE. The things like this. Maybe. its written off with a 'L $

: meet is only one of the many ORANGE BOWL FESTIVI- free meal every: now-n-then..Hear about KAY KEY 366

NATIONAL IEEISl.lIil TIES. Club on 17th Avenue quiet and cozr.: ...Heard from ,...
r CHARLES MARTIN, Double Deck manager hopes to have the REMARKABLE ROEBIN MITCHELL'S Trio, via Louise '". .y". '" ,N ,
the De Lisa room open by the 22nd its be cut "
5 says the Meastro's wife who tells me they recently :;f<> .
I 1 're rat one, of the best this side of the Bay., Monday the_ an album titled 'Tittle Liza Jane"with a wonderful -
room was closed to inspectors and spectators. He Somebody
'! ., :, :_', Of The Week wants it to be a big surprise..Owners of the arrangement of "You' re Nobody: soon,
this area
THREE PIGS BARBEQUE on 22nd Avenue say. that in Loves You. Should be released
:. three months they have hired and fired approximately about the time of their homecoming around the 14th -

:. .'r WMBM 75 waitresses trying to find the right of this month. They break house at the SMART SET .. .

ones That's hard to believe....Saw BERDINK in Albany N.Y.

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III I. ands School! News Opa Locka.. '" .,- Club Meets ... '
: . '..1 ;.c fJ.::
Booker T. Washington Highlights groups will all Join together for this activity. r ):- i JT :
,:" I :
.A" meeting was called Thursday, Oct. 31, in the November 11th is Parent-Teacher Conference Day... 1'i': '/" "-.
Operation i t, \
auditorium for all presidents of classes and organizations 'Pick-Up" will be sponsored by the r H .. f
Student Council, as another activity to aid in J .
girl and boy counselors, and student !
the beautification of the school, ._ .
carrying -- -
council members. The objective of the meeting was
the program of making Booker "
to help persuade the student body to put forth T. Washington "Not
the Largest, but the Best." ,,' -
more emphasis on Re-Evaluation coming up this ..
b month, Nov. 1820. Booker T. Washington has beenan Nov. 10-16 .
National theme: "Education
"A" rated school and we don't want to break Strengthens the Na-
this record. x .... II .
The lucky contestant chosen "Miss' Homecoming"was Bethune Elementary News "

Elnora Moore,representing the host and hostess The sixth grade classes presented a special
club..The ?t>ruadoes were defeated by a score of "United Nations Program" during last assembly

21-13, by the Carver Hornets at the Miami Stadium, period. They were highly commended for their fine : .
last Saturday, November 2nd. It
was a very lOad'gallle pe performances The sixth grade teachers who worked :-
,and the Tornadoes played well. We are looking so dilligently with these
boys and girls are:
.forward to playing the Mays Rams, Nov. 9, at the Mrs. Elllse Reed, chairman -
Mesdames MelbaJames,
The Sunshine State Duplicate Bridge Club net
"Miami Stadium.The Doris Blount. and Franciel
King and Mr. Willie
United Church Women of Greater Miami observed Wright. !. recently In the home of Harris Williams 1821 NW
World Community Day, Oct. 31, at the Bayforat Park
This is the time of the school year that a 4 152nd Strett: Opa Lock. Refreshments were served.
Auditorium. The Senior Choral Society supplied the
entire entertainment for this event. The chorus special invitation extended to all of our Shown in photo upper left....aretHattie Jackson Belle
parents, former students and
many wonderful friendsthe
rendered several of its popular selections.
"i -- observance of American Education Mumford. Fffie Williams, Mary McCoy Harvey Wil-
Week. Here
the many distinguished guests present we re Mayor
again, the members of the Student Council will liams Florence Young, Ann Packard, Dollie white*
Robert King High, and Mrs. Alice Wainwright, serve as host and hostesses during the week.Thee
county commissioner. schedule is as follows: head La. Jackson James Whitehead, Ora Kill ens,
'I The Girls Senate's annual Cafeteria Drive
began Sunday, November 10th they will visit various Blanche, Calloway, Ethel Crier.MIAMI .
Nov. 4and will continue until Nov. 15. Each class ,churches
,I ; Monday, they will present a program entitled -
starts off with 100 and points are taken off for DEATHS
: "Learning Opportunities For All" the
,conduct and manners. speaker will be Rev. Cousin; Tuesday, there
Perry's Florist has decorated the main. corridor be a HOUSE OF ALBERT sisters 1 brother and a
program "Quality Teaching" with Mrs. AnnaM.
with various types of potted plants, which add a grandchild. Services
Sturmer the TANYA MARIA NELSON 7280
as speaker
; Wednesday,
zest of vitality to the old entrance. This is one CUrriculum" NORTHWEST N.I 21st Ave. Oct. 28, Saturday.N ov.9 at 2 p.m.
;Thursday, 'community YMCA
\ Resources" CENTFRBoxing in First Bapt. Church of
t of the many plans being promoted by the beautification and Friday, "Financial Support". in Christian Hospital.
I Bunche Park with burial
committee.Operation ,
I, is If the public shares some of these activites, it Club For_Boys Parents Mr. and Mrs. in Hallandale.
Clean-Up Saturday, Nov. 9th, Or-
: ganira+t.ions and groups will be on campus to clean would be highly appreciated by the school. Boys 10-14 years 0)e1.e eligible to Join tl!>*" Harvey. .L.. .Nelson.. . FRANCIS FUNERAL HOME

': and poll.b for the beautification of the school. The "Mothers. and Daddies <)ub" got off to a Boxing Cluh for Boys ut the Northwest YVCA+ Center, GEORGE WASHINGTON 1837 MRS. ANNIE L. LEWIS of
''I Gym Boys, Boy and Girl Counselors, and Homeroom grand start with Mrs. C. Sims as chairman. N.W. 3rd Ave. Oct. 30 6540; NW 20th Avenue
F 51CO NW 21st Avenue. The club will begin on Thursday -
sons.November 4th at Jackson
in Lantana Fla. 3
November 14th a.t 4 p.m. for boys in ,the 5th Memorial Hospital. Sur-
4 daughters and 1
HEAR THE WAMETHON and 6th grades. The Junior High Club starts on brother survive. Final vivors include a brother

_ Thursday, November 21st at 4 p.m.' with Father Donald rites in Jacksonville Charles De Boise of Akron -
Ohio and several
) Anthony Rector of tlUt FU-cretl Heart American Fla..
. . other relatives and
Catholic Church as instructor. Memberuhip is required MRS. NETTIE PEARL SCOTT fr i e n d s.

5600 S.W. 19th St., West . . . .
and boys ty register nor at lie Y Cent:r.
I'' Direct From Bonded's 3rd Ave. !StudioWAME126O Hollywood Nov. 1 in .BABY BOY JOWiSON, son of
"Little-- -Teen--. -Dance.. .studio". .- Magnolia Hospital. She Mr. and Mrs. 0.B. JohnIS -
survived by her hus- sbn of 765 West 23rd
Dance classes will begin at 9 a.m. on Saturday,
band Mose
; 4 sons, 6 Street Hialeah October
November 2nd at the Korthwest YVCA Center. Girls daughters father, 2 31st at Mercy Hospital.

and boys, ages 3-12 may attend classes In Tap,
t Watch This Clown
Ballet and) Acrobatic Dancing and Baton. Tbe fet is

_ 50? i..*r lesson or $2.00 (monthly, plus member -hip. SEE PAGE 13
Instructor: iu Mrs. Toby Foul ton, F vo has nitrated a

Dance Studio for,many, years in Detroit.

YWCA 0>-Ed Club -Attention Voters And Frfends

Eddie Wallace, a senior at Northwestern High
,Please Give
School was elected of tlieYWCA Co-Cd: fP

Club last Fntnrday. The Secr.'tar'y-Treasurer is

Helen Hope from Jackson High; School. All JunJ'j JimcVEIGH

and Senior High ScNool! students are invited to join

10,,j"".,( j-i I Iii the club Which will' meet .on the 2nd Saturday of 4 "
jj1 :
each nonth at 4:30 p.m. at the YWCA Center. The :

first project of the group will be a PORT HALL-- ; 1

TON COSTUME DANCE on Saturday, November 9th from

.7-10.P.m.+ Admission -non-ccr.Lers: } ; f-members.< Candidate For L }

_YWCA e. Monthly Book.__R( v1ew__ Miami City Commission

!! Another of the vorks of Author Jace.s Faldwin will Jim McVeigh

be look at on Friday, venter 15tl .-.1 f- p.m. et The SUPPORT You Gave To

the Northwest YWCA Onter. 5100 NW 21Kt. Avenue. The

Brother Ray Burkie "The Kioe gee Alfonzo Mozell '. Mr. Renny 0'Berry.
Pull Lever Number
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If you're a Senior citizm., nan or woman, yours 6A

invii.+'d to a Senior Citlxen Harvest Party, holni:
"All The With
Way McVeigh"Earl
held on Thursday, NovelT,!,*-; 7, at the Northwest

r YftCA Center, 5100 NW 2lRt Avenue. Cone at 11 a.m.

_$3 F_: 3 3Ti and stay until 2 'p.m. There till be Bingo and

prl:'..*; lunch will be served, also. Your ticket of

14 admission is just being a citizen cw* and bring

other fleniors vlth 1OU.CHURCH.


Grace PresbyterianM .-

j now preparing for an every member: canvass J c9
for the third Sunday of the month. Also being pre-
pared is the Thanksgiving Baskets Project. This

project is spear-headed by the Board of Deacons, CarrollWho
need the Interest and support of the whole church.

The public Is Invited to cone out and take part polled 33,000
_ in all of the endeavors the church, which are
Franklin Jordan Nicky Lee Fred Hanna very worth-while. odd Votes in his fine race

Ebnezer Methodist ChurchThe for House of ePresentatrres--

public is invited to attend a Musical Tea at

SEE AND HEAR THESE Ebenezer from 4-6 Methodist p.m. sponsored Church by Sunday the Methodist November Men 10th of, Thank You .,

Ebenezer Methodist Church for the benefit of .'
Woman's Day. A timely program has been planned for Jack Sullivan .
; your enjoyment.

Miami Man, 33 Tiny's Liquor Campaign Manager

Ct ,-
RADIO STARS':1 -, Held For Rape Store RobbedJTillie ."! for "4

: Haze Riser 33, A Tiny's chain Liquor Jim McVeigh (

-,0 .2973 NW 51st Terrace store was robbedof f
,... ifbelng held in the about $400 reports Mack Signed: \

Dade County Jail charged Youngman to police.The fr I

with raping a 31 year operator Youngman, -

In Bonded's Studio! on 3rd Avenue old Police Miami report woman.that Riser 52 men, told entered police the that front two 9cSi&iitii; (

held the victim at knife door, displayed weapons
point at his address and and vaulted the counter 1

and 12 StreetWAME raped her repeatedly. and demanded money. Put 9
The Deputy Medical it in a brown paper bag
Examiner's report revealed and fled down 54th St.

in their examination In .a nine or ten rearold P.S. I Served as Earl's
that the victim was Ford sedan. .

choked Beverly and showed Campaign Earlier This Year
a history of rapes. Pa- GO TOCHURCH : r,
trol car officers Taylor
and Palmer made the ar Paid Pol. Adv. riI
,.. rest. C
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Successfully Staged Annual Program Maxwell House .

Hires Two

Local Women
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Adhering to a policyof

aL equal employment opportunities -

I to all S 1 SscttE
arM Qualified persons the

L local Maxwell House Coffee -

plant recently hired
t two women who have been

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\ MIKORABLK: OCCASSION Officers and members of the managerMrs. Leila Mosely, corresponding secretary; ting dependability for Zenith ownenLightweight .
Royal Palm F.W. Club are still receiving congratulations Mrs. Agnes Hicks corresponding secretary; Mrs.
the past four weeks.
over the overwerling success of their recent Marian P. Glover first vice president; Mrs. Edith
The two employes, Mrs.

annual Fall Tea held at A.L. Lewis YWCA. Pro- 0. Miller, second vice president; Mrs. Lneinda Hen- Lillie sconiers of 619-

'grnn features were highlighted by the Shiloh Baptist derson assistant secretary: Mrs. Nancy Bradford W. 17th St. and Mrs.
Floristine Williams uggotl
Halo Chorus. Mrs. Edith James Mrs. Dengall. Mrs. Sylvia Johnson critic: Mrs. Pauline Brown 1598 W. 32nd St. are Styling

>Miss Marguerite! Horsey Mrs. Wiltut Horrel 1, Mrs. Mrs. Rubye Goodson. Mrs. Arlena Moore Mrs. Fanny both wellknown in the Easy Room-to- '
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>Ruby Gonlon, Mrs. S. Bellamy Mrs. Llln_.Uosely, CharI eSt secretary treasurer; Mrs. Lizzie A. Reeves community's
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Mrs. Gladys Wilson Mrs. Rena Clark Mark Reaver. Mark Reeves. Not shown: Mrs. Bertha Cleveland,, Mrs. Sconiers,,who holds Bif.let features tn America's first
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.Memhr-rK: shown from left are: Charlie Henderson president; Mrs. Gertrude Harrison Mrs. Wary'EalyMrs. r. color. '
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Mrs. Rubye Rlackwbll financial secretary; Mrs. Jenkins. picture stability!

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Dr. E.M.M. While m Bended CIw.teas* Plehire R.. Lcur.A.N
h St. Luke Slates Baptist, Assn.Rev. Reelects Rev. Hill, Class (not plasticX DerkeAod
To Observe Birthday Kass* Intensifies contrast.Ce .
W.M. Hill the
Joint' Fete financial secretary.Mrs. .e. ",.....s.r Tuft*.
pastor of Mt. Calvary Annie L. Cherry, Y There Is no need to reset fine

Beginning Nov. 11 Baptist Church was elec- corresponding. Mrs. : tuning channels., eseh time you chance

ted to his 8th term as Leanna Johnson, chairmanof P urge E..y.ti-. s4 Channel

St. Luke Baptist Church rrM the Moderator: of the finance; J. C. Griffin Number PanelHerlsental

has completed plans for .A East Florida and Bethany chairman of Badge com- meat LI... ty Adjust

their church's 100th X blI Baptist Association, at mittee.Johnnie J. Jones, C.acltJ-"d Quality e.....*

anniversary and the 18th the First New Zion Bap- treasurer; Mrs. Madeline WiLLIAMSa ants,

of its pastor. Rev. M.J. tist Church recently. Judge, religious leader. tonsorial license, is Into..n"l.cabinet.Autocue telescopes

Trowell beginning Monday Others reelected were Serving with the also a wellknown model .
0CT72 Base ""** available
Anight Nov. 11th. Rev. C. T. McCall vice Brotherhood for the new and is an avid bowlingand to msk..ttractw.combination .
In gold
',Wellknown ministers and DR. E.M.M. IHITEJacksonville's moderator; Rev. B.Hi year are: George Walker, sports follower.Miss 514995 colored metal and

their congregations will Angelof Hartley, 2nd vice mode- president; J.H. Francis, Williams' hobbiesin -: on wood 3 ft custom ch....r.deslgtx. '

conduct the nightly ser- Mercy, Dr. Eartha M. rator; Rev. J. D. Hughes, vice president. addition to civic interests BaM-ava extra charge Habitat

vices and the public is M. white will observeher of Palakta Florida,' James Haney, recording consists of

cordially invited. coamunitywide birthday 3rd vice moderator. secretary: Isaac*Jones, bowling, music and swim-

Sunday School opens at party Friday, Nov. w.C. Patterson, general financial secretary; ming.

9:30 a.m. with Deacon 8 from 2--10 p.m. in secretary; Rev. G. W. Isaiah Fields treas- EWC Schedules jAr

--'cWalker'I4ee West, superintendent the historical museum, Mitchell, assistant recording Blackwellr
Rev. urer; f. Education -- WeekObservances M'0.-.lee Pwevw....., \'l...a'" s..tP&i.. w
and teachers In
4850 Moncrief Rd. it secretary; historian; Thomas Dan1 Compactly Styled

charge. Parents are re- was announced Monday.As N.B. Williams, statis- iels, teacher. Full Performance Ftatur

-;, Quested to either bring has occurred in ician. Children's division: Theodore D. Dansby, Portability for Patio

or send their children. other years, Dr. White Rev. L.C. Way corres- Miss Claudine Hall .president chairman of the Depart- Porch," or Dan ;

.. The deacons will be in will host county and ponding secretary; Rev. Miss Evoone Ham ment of Education at '
; Meeel UOOS
charge of the 11 a.m. city officials and other C.L. Culver treasurer;, ilton, vice president; Edward Waters College 'a

service devotions. Rev. prominent citizens representing Rev. E.H. Howell, district Miss Brenda Huryers, announced the observanceof Slim compact,tight- 19'

Trowell, pastor, will the North missionary; Rev.E. recording secretary; American Education weight.West point Choice'any of color !

deliver the sermon. Florida community. R. Simpson, chairman assistant Week, November 10-16. e r Daytona Sand color,. __
I Jerry Dailey, _
of printing; Rev. L.M. secretary; Charlie Hog- The theme Is "Education 1I.WO V.Iis"rtttwajFewer .. ; _

Jones, historian.Rev. strenghtens the Nation!
gard treasurer. Pun Pewr Transfer***
A.J. Hughes, chair At the 11 o'clock chap- delusive Artemstl.'Foic.Back" i
Counselors, Mrs. Mary .
SUPERSPECIAL man of the education el hour on Monday. Nov. ClrsuH
Daniels, Mrs. Essie for excellent picture
board. Senior Women's 11th, students from the stability =sw''ti
Brown Mrs. I.ena.Gearle. ,
S'Stage If AmelrHse-- "
Convention, Mrs. M.L. Department of Educationwill
Mrs. Lizzie Anderson, flee for clearer sound
Johnson, president; Mrs. present a program. brighter picturel
Lillie M. Middle-
Lena George, vice president Mrs. Mrs. Mary Alice Smith, Custom "Perma.Ser*
brooks and E. Hudson. TunlMg.Thereisnoneed
: Mrs. Susie Sandlin instructor in secondary to reset fine t"'I'ac'' '
Due to many of the time you change channels
LIMITED QUANTH1ES-F1RST COME FIRST SERVED of Green Cove Springs, children reaching higher education the program '

2nd vice president: Mrs. coordinator.On "CaMcrtyMut. OveKrty
SUghtlv fUmithtd Terr Qu.lit Nylon! Tlrt age the Youth Conventionwas : CentM"eettClaelease
Annie M. Smith of Jack- Wednesday, November
with DsrteaeiPicture
sonville Beach, 3rd vice 13th, at the 11 o'clock Aless Intensifies .
Mrs. L.H. King, assist- picture contra... ,
: ALL SIZES president; Mrs. Rosa ant general counselor. chapel hour Dr. RichardV.

Mozell, treasurer.Mrs. Moore, the distinguished .c'U17AI..iIII
Beatrice Hawkins, Other missionary workers president of 154 ell metal frame wIth .
wooden handle sad
6O.1J( financial secretary from the various churches Bethune-Cookman College, rollcsstsnL' eesy. ;,,;, I- .

50.13 Mrs. W.M. Hill, recording will also serve as will be the featured (lee.veHabtei at.....*....|

7001370G14( secretary; Mrs. counselors. Willie Jack- speaker.

Mary Washington corresponding son was elected as the

secretary; Mrs. president: Miss Be Ue Group To Observe

750.14 Rixle Cook, editorial Collins, vice president;

100-14 secretary. Mrs. E.M. Miss Linda Ezell recording -

Singleton, pianist. secretary; Miss Nov. 17th i Tea Big-ierun, W................._.. t.o' w....sae
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Re-seated in the Ushers Beverly: Cross, finan- The Lea Coquette with

t Department; Mrs. Mary cial secretary; Miss Charity Club will pre-

9514( K. Heard president: Brenda Collins, treas- sent its annual Coffee Easy Portability ---. -

Mrs. Mable Dun bar, vice Sip Sunday Nov 17th TheAODtSOH s- -
10.15 urer. ...,..U70f '
president; Mack Walker The former Junior Tom-. from 4--6 p.m. in A.L. & > its
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710.15 2nd vice president: Mrs. en's group emerged with Lewis Branch YWCW. Mrs. color of 1 S

7'0.15 Eleanor Jackson, record the Senior Women and a Maggie 0. leI 10m. presi- bony color. 1
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Agnes Jackson, assistant at the Thomas w e ek. "n.c.elod" 23'
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recording secretaryMrs.Viola Baptist Church, Wednesday Principal speaker will farmerCactweJve _

Johnson financial November 20th. The, be Mrs. J.S. Johnson.Mrs. .... '
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Spelman GradIs Official Family Citizens Observe Dedication Ceremony Governor CllstSSegregaJed

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Charged ,;., ., '

Postal Sub SMo
With Fraud
DETROIT'- (ANP- Spell- vw The United States Pest Office

man university graduate, em- rl was lauded last week by a
ployed as a county cue worker U. S. Senator for closing a
was charged here last week with postal sub station In a Georgia
operating a relief check scheme Fa drug store which discriminated -
that overpaid some of her clients against a Negro.

.. but also nened her a f The story was related by
"handsome Profit Sea Harrison A. Williams (D-
Mrs. Dorothy Rutledge 34, N.J.) who said he wrote Ac
a mother of one child and a Post Office Dopartroeat aftera
)( L1 former school teacher, has the Negro constiaeat wrote the
i dubious distinction of being the Senator about Us experiencewhile

> first county employee ever to PI visiting in F1 pray'
be accused of fraud under 4 I r a A II IIr
J Ga.Williams
Michigan's social welfare act said AMfeeey
JI of the 1930s. y r' r Tucker, of Plalnfleld. N. J.
She is accused of distributing said in his letter that when
1.075 in fraudulent claims be entered the drug store to

to five River Rouge welfare purchase stamps, he was told
receptents in order to trick y, to get out by a store clerk.
< wo
them out of some of the money. z Tucker revealed that he had
: % fi
She was to be arraigned before aw. t : made the "mistake" of enter-
River Rouge Municipal "i 3 .rat_ F 4 ing the drug store through a door
Judge George Mlhalu. River y marked for "whites."
Rouge is a suburb of Detroit. After Williams wrote +Post
According to Assistant 4 Office about the incident an
(County) Prosecutor John Mo- 4ar investigation was made.

watt, Mrs. Rutledge. a caseworker In its report to Williams,
with the welfare de- the Post Office said: "Our
partment's Ecorse branch investigation disclosed that Ac
office for four years, admitted lunch counter and soda fountain
the fraud in a formal statement In the premises housing the

station are segregated and the
Five men put the finger on Negroes are discouraged from
Mrs. Rutledge also a former M using the entrance to this area.
laboratory technician and a I "Therefore, the continued
Navy veteran accusing her of jI I operation of a contract postal
relief rolls ... .- i- .
keeping them on the ----- station at this location would

after they hod become ineligible SORELY NEEDED FACILITY OPENED -An over-capacity tendance of Duval s wick. Mrs. Knight receives plaque from Commissioner Fletcher Morgan.. not be consistent with the policy
by obtaining work and receiving ,f the Department"
social security payments.The and Jacksonville's official family plus representative citizenry from Bottom left Home's mixed choir performs under the direction of Joseph The Department added thatit

men were Identified as all walks of life last Sunday attended the dedication ceremony of the Johnson Jr. Rays Home Superintendent Dozell Varner receives keys had been unsuccessful its
Jule Robinson Ben Cltchen. attempts to persuade the store
Elmer Gudger EzellSmith.and expansive new boys Parental building located at 1214 Jessie St. Munici- ", to new facility from Mrs. Knight. Judge Santora is shown addressing owner to make all of his ser-
Sylvester Thomas. All five .. s- vices available to the general
John Santora the 'portion of huge attendance. Other members of the official family
make pal Judge was principal speaker and was introduced by
said they were required to public on an equal basis.

"kickbacks" to Mrs. Rutledge. Duval County Commissioner Bob Harris. Mrs. Madeline Knight, longtime .. : present were: Board members, Mrs Tom Slade, Commissioner Lem Merrittand "Postal officials are to be
from their welfare checks. commanded for their decision
Thomas said that on one occas- chairman of the Boys and Girls parental Home Board was 'delightfully J.M. Lorimer; Capt. Jim Wingate, head of the police department to terminate business dealings

sion Mrs. took back with who consis-
a contractor
Rutledge surprised upon being presented with a Handsome plaque of appreciation! juvenile delinquency department; Isadora Singleton introduction of
his entire check another time tently discriminates in the
all but $10 of another check. from the Boys Home family. In top photo left are Hon.PI etcher Morgan, guestsRev. Sid Reed, Rev. A.J. Hughes, Rev. S.L. Reese, Juvenile Judge operation of a federal facility.
Mowatt said the men will ,. "I am only sorry that the
not be prosecuted because they chairman of the Duval Board of County Commissioners; Raiford Brown Sr., L'amar Winegeart. Program highlights were featured by the'Matthew W. owner could not be persuadedto

were Innocently, victimized and. master of ceremonies; Duval Commissioner Julian Warren State Rep. Tom Gilbert High School Band, soloists Sandra Forehand and Elouise 1'ervin open his facilities to all
because they have cooperatedwith Americans" he noted.
police. He said Mrs. Slade, Duval conniftsioners Lem Merritt, and Bob Harris Dean Robert and Rev. A.J. Hughes. The new facility has 76 sleeping rooms, 11-

Rutledge told him three other Parks of St. Johns Cathedral Mrs. Knight Duval Commissioner
men are involved in the scheme. T.K. classrooms and a large surrounding area recently beautified by the 7 Receive

However Involvement., the men. denied any Ctokes: Peace Justice Dorcas Drake, Board member Mrs. Barbara Hard- Board members. :- (STAR photos by Randy Bostic) Stiff Terms


Toledo Appoints DadFreed U.S. To Help For PicketingST.
Marshall Plan For Negroes Threatens
Ivy :
League Randolph LOUIS --(ANPSeven
I Negro Engineer In House Map Ethiopia persons who took pan In a racial
WASHINGTONANPThe Sought By Red Cross Leader Filibuster i i Over demonstration at the Jefferson

I To Commission Burning Of TotsLOS United States government has a- Negroes TalkathonNEW Bank and Trust Co. three weeks
speakers at the two-day con- Rights
greed to cooperate with the TUSKEGEE, Ala. (ANP- ago were sentenced to Jail and
TOLEDO. OHIO -- (ANP) -- ANGELES (ANP) A government of Ethiopia in map- The president of the National ference, said the thinking of WASHINGTONANP) YORKANPA.. Phi- fined by Circuit Judge MichaelJ.
Stratman Cooke. 43-year-old Jury in. Superior Court last ping that African nation's terrain Red Cross Foundation. In pro- Negro _civil rights leaders is Major Northern and Ivy League lip Randolph president of the Scott last week.
and added
to "now" he
electrical engineer-lawyer was week handed down a verdictof to facilitate the country's posing a "Marshall Plan" for geared : colleges and universities are Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Their sentences ranged from
confirmed last week as a member Negroes to help equip them "We must begin designing a 60 to and their
"not guilty" in a case Involving economic development.The conducting Intensive searchesfor Porters and militant civil rights days a year,
of the City Plan Commission a South Los Angeles man Department of Defense for life in a totally integrated society without ghettos, With- top Negro students to attend leader, last week proposed "a fines were $600 each. Aid.
becoming the first Negrc who faced four counts of mur- announced that under the new America last week implied that out a class of unskilled and their schools. people's filibuster" to counteract William L. Clay has already
honored. der following a fire which agreement the Army Map'Ser- Negro civil rights leaders are unlearned without a group, of The schools which heretofore die threatened filibuster by been sentenced to 270 days in
rio Cooke. who is an associate burned to death four young vice will furnish technicians shortsighted.He people caught in a vicious circle have hand an unwritten policyof Southern Senators over. civil jail and fined 1000.
engineer with the Toledo Edi- children. equipment and administrative is Basil O'Connor who of proverty and desegregation severely limiting Negro enrollment rights in Congress. Taylor Jones and Louis H.
son Co.. will serve a five-year Jimmy Harris 42, was found support to the Imperial Ethio- said in a speech at Tuskegee rank among the most Randolph chairman of the Ford received die heaviest sentences -
term ending in 1968. The plan Innocent in connection with.the pian Mapping Geography Institute. Institute that "none of die group Although O'Connor evident- famous in the Nation. historic Aug. 28 March on one year each.Jones had
commission is considered an blaze which levelled a two- leading the way -- the NAACPor ally was not aware of it.a number They Include Ivy League Washington Indicated that sucha been in Jail and was brought Into -
important policy-setting body. CORE -- have plans for the of Negro civil rights lead- after the
story house last June 23. Together the two countries (Brown Columbia Cornell. project would be carried out court sentencingwas
Cooke was appointed by Mayor future." ers have,been calling on mem- started.
Harris was represented by hope to complete prototype topographic Dartmouth Harvard Univer- by the Committee of Ten that coordinated -
Potter and his A World War n veteran he bers of both races to plan
John appointmentwas Any. George Vaughn. mapping project and a sity of Pennsylvania. Princeton the march.He said the The others and their sentences -
confirmed by City CounciL served with the air force. for the future. But they main- Ian 180
were Grand. days
and thesevenSlsters
photomap series O'Connor, one of several and Yale) committee was still Intact and in :
tain that racial barriers must
Eugene Tournour
Schools (Bernard. Bryn
communication with Its mem-
f also be removed immediately. days; Benjamin L. Goics.a for
Mawr, Mount Holyoke. Smith.
and O'Connor said the domestic Vassar, Wellesley and Radcliffe bers.The committee Randolphsaid mer deputy sheriff,90 days;and
I.! EARNING LEARNING "Marshall Plan" would be ). is developing a roster of Kennety Lee, and Ronald Glenn
1. operated much the same as the 60 days.
The schools are not only urging eminent leaders from churches.
one geared to helping foreign Nine
Negroes to attend, but are Government and labor who will persons sentenced by
nations to recover from World informing Negroes, especiallyin discuss the goals of the civil Judge Scott earlier for their
Girls Can Make War n, but would emphasize. the South, that scholarshipsare movement. part in the original demonstration -
A Money rights
oys the of He
training Negroes. them. Aug. 30 were deededbail
I i available to assist Randolph did not elaborate on
said the nation has the money To prevent competing With the proposed "people's filibuster by the St. Louis Court of
to finance such a plan. Appeals.All .
each other in efforts to get ." but said the'Mmmedi-
Another speaker Dr. Ell qualified Negroes, the schools ate responsibility" of the were accused of contemptof
Ginzberg of Columbia university court in violation of
have collectively sent a repre- American people is to involve Judge
t told the conference that sentative through the South to themselves Scott's Aug. 30 order that per-
"personally" by
Hundreds of Florida Star Newsboys more white persons than Inform local high schools and communicating With Senatorsand mitted picketing at die bank but

.:, ,--, .Negroes are handicapped by a other persons of their inten Representatives on the civil prohibited any interference widi
background of poverty. But its business.
Are EARNING from $1. to $10.00 Week he added. It is the democratic tions.The recruitment representative rights issue.

) tradition to "help those who' Charles E. McCarthy.
And LEARNING to do business. need help." Jr., assistant admissions director ROYAL ART STUDIO I
.The 500 delegates to the conference at Yale declared: "Ne

YOUNGSTERS I If and ,were welcomed by Dr. gro students are discouraged 515 DAVIS STREET
are smart :
a you CH. foSter, Tuskegee president before the fact from applying to
I ,who called for equality of our schools. Order Kw at Retail PricK
want to earn your own money opportunity for all Americans. "Our job is to tell them that
I A tty. O'Connor is also a boardmember admission but alsoscholus1'Jps PHOTO CARTS
not only
this is the to do it. of Tuskegee institute.
way :' are available"he + k.s-ClMs
l iYidlals-F.Mr
:': -.- Pressure Increase added.

PARENTS! Your child may not Number Of Negro Stanford Students IJ. BLACK & WHITE CILIRSEPIATINE

: t need money, but the training gained Actors On Tee Vee

ClUCAGOANPPressure Aid Mississippi Quality PlNMgrapisC8tlRC9ESNEi1NiSSICMiS

\ as a newsboy will help him to be put on sponsors > has broughtan
Increase In the number of Governor Candidate

p successful in later life. Many of the \ Negro performers cast reports. JACKSON, MISS. (ANP) -
Dial EL 4-184
Television or perhaps more -
Four Stanford university students -
most successful men were Newsboys. SJ rightly sponsors of TV shows arrived here last weekto .
are beginning to recognize the take pan in a mock election -
ability of Negroes to make
Negroes not regis-
themselves felt
through militancy -
tered to vote in the November

.- Start A Route Anywhere according by those to who ha views re stud expressed 5 gubernatorial Another ten Stanford election.studentsare

led the trend toward granting 1
'' expected to join them.
: .You Live In Florida _: greater roles to Negro per- The four who arrived are
; t1. Hugh Smith a philosophy senior -
t:; I The greater use of Negro Menlo Park; Fred Goff. a SEE OUR VARIETIES LISTED BELOW

actors in on-c mera rotes junior majoring in history enso raz m .tl JTUWT IK
era rwsui
however does not alter thefact
It'll Fit YII li lisiuss from Bogota. Columbia; Holt
,oat they are still cast Rufiln, a sophomore from MEDIUM MULLET
in the proverbial role of being and Dennis
'-r-1 A Nassau. B. W. L,
always the bride's maid never Sweeney a junior and history HOT 20 BUT 5 $1.00
= FILL OUT THIS COUPON TDAYif *.:: ,; the bride." major from Portland Ore. LB. LiS.

FLORIDA STAR P.O. BOX 561, JACKSONVILLE 1. f ""t -1' There Is still not a single Stanford students have raised
/ show on television headed by a more dun $4000 to help finance YUlEBTJUl

>) Negr9I&ough such great per the mock election campaign from Wtrt 50c
formers like SammyDavis., SNAPPER .
here which is being con- ,
Ossie Davis Lena Home and L
I ducted 150 workers.
others are unquestionably qaa- The Stanford students along GOLDEN
lifted for such roles. DRUM TlM "ElMI1'1
With others from Yale University -
y' The one network television hope to persuade unregistered SPOTS I S.maUIN
t show starring a Negro entertainer mark
Negroes to
I.ADBfESS. SIRBBT ft NUIBai FHCNB NO.I :. Nat (King) Cole lasted mock ballots recording their 3Sc 29c LI.35c
Lb. Lb.
only briefly on NBC in the political sentiments. They estimate -

Send BJ child 20 copies of the Florida. Star on- 1950s.then was The that southerners cry by sponsors would In the mock 100.000 election Negroes will vote t MAlaIM t SUPPER '= =.=. u. 4feAPALACHICOtA

I credit to start hia in business. I .111 pay. the bringoo fc pressure Aaron Henry, a Clarksdale """Wl Tint T..-..**. *..* 'WT.

Florida Star 11* for each copy he sells. Those against products them if they boycotting attempted their to druggist candidate campaigning for as in the a SHELL OYSTERS '1" ..vIft.FWIB .

teat are not sold I will return sad .111 not be present integrated shows or mock election governor called for Negroes ,i SEEN IS1BS mu. ....... It Me
J I repaired to par for unsold copies.if even cast a Negro In a prominent to prepare to vote in die
role. 'l'RU.VAL..8BR1JlPORAJlAB
Nov. 5 general election.
:,- ; But the decision of network Henry said "If 20,000 Neg- LARGE SHRIMP u. *9c

j ,.. F" ',- sponsors to reverse themselves roes cast write-In votes, and
.ieN Gf rear ( & .(JUA N : SHRIMP 69c
I'- _. .i and utilize Negro entertainers die loser loses by 10,000 votes, MEDIUM *
I was,_ ,;alsp ,brcught victory has been won/ ...... II 1MA.UMifNra .
I about through pressure. I

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Sllrlilg EWe Tfers Tipple Famed Sports Writer Attends Homecoming Setto Rattlers 1 Win 540day

S.C. Trade. From lJ. ... .* tab TMPA Recouping from via a 45-yard pass

A fired-up band of Edward Waters College 4 r their previous week' s rifled by aerial specia-

Tigers trounced a previously unbeaten upset-14 tQ<12 at the list Jim.Tullls.

hands of underdog Tenn. The partisan crowd received -
"South Carolina Area Trade School team 51-6 A&I--jake Gaither'snationally an anticipated

> z in their annual homecoming game at the E ranked Rat- thrill when Jackson-

) Myrtle Avenue, Ball Park Saturday night. ___ tlers shoot off a first ville' Robert (Bob)
half lethargy and pouredon
Hares--tbe World's dash
The Tigers were led to their convincingwin _
4r- __ :t the steam to wallop champ--was hit by Jim
: r
the sure-shot passing of Charles _
Central State 54--0 before Tullis for a 44-yard

"Fox" Lee and a set of hard running 10.000 chilled fans scoring sprint.

backs. ..................... ii w during last Saturday Carlton Cooper crossed
___ night's annual Classic the Ohians goal line
fourth in the
Lee tossed four touchdown here. from the 1\9 yard stripe;
among small colleees
passes to give him Paced by 190-pound Charles Suttom Smashed
stopped the Carolinians
13 for the season. The halfback Bobby Felts of over from the one and

South Carolina team came cold. Montgomery at- IL Gainesville Rattlers Dave Daniels recovered a

into' the affray slightly mpte? passes. Alert \ with a 16--0 halftime fumble in the ead zone
Tiger defenders snatched f.
favored They held v I c- .AFyy lead started move like totaling the Rattlers 7
tories over Morris calsine L the FAMUans of old Tft s.

lege. conquerors, of the star Freddie J ones ___ +. during the second half Double extra pointswere

local team. and Payett- made three interceptions; with Felts scoring on an netted on Tullis'
;which gives him a total FIRSTHAND LOOKSEE Internationally famed Pittshi undefeated South Carolina Area Trade
viUe State of the CIAA. 86-yarder. his secondon passed to Alfred Deaaoa.
The SCAT offensive team of nine for the year burg Courier sports columnist Rick Roberts (seated School by a 51-0 schore. In photo (right), Freddie a pass interceptionfrom Jacksonville aad Braeet

had a 33 point per game James Butler scored left) and veteran EWC football scout Kip Green,get Jones 180-pound punt return and defense specia- 37 yards out and Hart. John Brown ran Unmolested -
only once but the total
t average and they were a firsthand look at Coach Jack Paul s Edward his final chore ,pf theSOUTHWEST for the other.
TEf is
of 12 tallies for the list who totaled the most s for the Tigers
led by their all
ference quarterback conseason De- moved the' Tiger Waters Tigers devasting power which was unleashed shown romping through the enemy's defenses. SPORTSCOPE
star up and he is now
last Saturday during their lopsided defeat
wayne Montgomery. ranked fifth in the na- HOUSTON TEXAS-ANP-The Houston Oilers, two-
An indication of things
tions among small col- time champs of the young American Football League
to come was evident when legB scorers. Prep Football Skilled Quarterback Directs

the Tigers struck for and a long time object of scorn from tan Texaas for<
two The Tigers play their Matthew w. Gilbert ....... .... Northwestern 14 A & T Aggies' Running Attack
scores within the
next home game against their policies on racial segregation on seating and
first ten minutes of stanton Vocational 7.. ..Crescent City 0
Kittrell college on GREENSBORO N.C.--Chief architect and technician, '
the the use of Negro players finally made a move toward -
eame. The strong EWC at theE Anderson 39. .Harris High 6 .
November 16 Douglas "
E defense which is rated too in the hot MT College Aggies football scoring getting the Negro fan into their ball park
Myrtle Avenue Northwestern 15. ..New Stanton 0
machine which in six-Saturday engagements has her .
'I' Football rolled up a hefty 248-points, is Cornell Gordon The injury-reeked Oilers placed Swifty Charlie
Coiltf' *
-(ANP)-Don't let that first loss to
the 183-pound Junior, quarterback, from Norfolk
Frazier, the former Texas Southern University track
the St. Louis Hawks upset you the Lakers will :soon Edward Waters 51..8. Carolina Trade 6 .A. ..............**....*.......

begin to Jell--Leroy Ellis is going to provide Florida. A< 54. ... . .. field general hand-off to a couple of star in a starting role as split end against the

not only engineered backs going the buffalo bills .
that extra strength they need at center-I was Miami, Fla. 30. . .. . . .. up recently.The
I attack which has middle tuck the ballon
W smallest man in the AFL, Frazier, answered the
sure glad to hear that Elgin Baylor's knee has com Auburn 19. ... ... . . .. . the Aggies to his hip, walk calmly

pletely healed and he is in top form-According to Florida State 49. . .. .. . t wins in as back as if he is out of call by catching what proved to be the decisive

Chick.. Hearn, the television and radio announcer, Fisk U. 12. .. ...... .. . . .,. starts, but he has the play, break away touchdown pass. It was .A spectacular 80-yarder from
prominently in around end for a long

Jerry West is a lot stronger this season---Of Albany State 2.... .. ....... .. ..... .. scoring. He has tal- gain. He has made two old pro George Blanda and It was described by a

course Rudy LaRusso and Frank Selby are their usual Morgan 23....... ....... ............. 56-points, himself TD' s this year on sucha local sports writer as the first exciting thing the

old reliable selves. Maryland State 19. .. .... .. .. .. .. not a single one" ruse. Oilers have cooked up this season
from a "sneak, He is near perfect with

Dick Barnett according to Hearn has got some St. Augustine 20............... lead his teammates the roll-out option, Frazier who was a member of the United States

great new moves this year-Don Nelson is a newcomer Virginia Union 6. ... ... .. .. scoring.The which has had opposing A.A.U. track team that set a world record 400
'' Norfolk lad also coaches turning gray all
in Russia in college
meters played
to the ranks but I predict he will be well N. Carolina College '20.. ... ;. ;. the Aggies in season. When the ball is 1961 never
football. read where former Villaaova track
known by the end of the season-The only problem Clark 34 . . . . .. . offense, with 88- snapped, not even Gordon But _
knows how the play will A star Frank Budd tried out for football in the
that the Lnkers have to face it seemsis the Boston J.C. Smith 22..... .... .. ....... ... in rushing and 597 pro
in passing and windup. He may lateralto ,: summer of 1962 and won a Job with the Philadelphia
Celtics-at the end of .. .. .j .
the season. Quantico Marines 7 punting with an his speedy halfbacks .
The Los Angeles Rams finally gave Ben Wilson Tuskegee 27 .. ... ... ....... .. ..... of 35.7 yards Ronnie Hart or \Eagles.: So Frazier decided to see if his speed

chance to get off the bench and play, and he pro- Alabama A&M 48...... ........ .. .. kick.A Clifton Matthews favorite, pass (9.6 century) wouldn't earn him a position OB the
fiery competitor, on long to his
ceeded to show them how, its done, in the game with St. Paul's 24;.. . .. .: .. .:. play he works target. Ronnie Francis, Oilers roster.

the Minnesota Vikings recently. Kittrell 16. .. .. ........ .. .... muscle every at end or short to his Not only did flashy. ... Charlie win a berth but he 4'
Nearly 10.000 fans hand last : with the idea halfbacks, but Just as. ,.. in several !exhibition and starred $
were on week to see one ""istarred games :
Morris Brown 41. ... ....... ....... .
the Los Angeles Blades lose scoring. He likes to frequently and Just as m
to the' San' Francisco these '1311 Is" last
Southern La. 29... .. .?. ... but only through dangerously, he may against same season.
Seals by a score of 5 to 2. 'Willie O'Ree, the
Jackson State 34 .. . . .. hard play. He is keep it himself. All three Houston daily newspapers played up
spe dester. really put on a show in the when
game figuring on ways Noted Band Frazier's recent performance and asked Coach Pop

he lost his stick but continued to skate, and Pre Foothill means of outwitting
Gets Bids Ivy to keep the fleet sophomore in the lineup in

using his shoe managed to get the puck in scoring Detroit 45 . .. .. .. .. .San opponent and is the
of team man whom To 2 Games order to destroy Houston's tag as a "three yards
position and was credited with an assist. Minnesota 22... ... .. .. coaches de-
and a cloud of dust" team.

SPORTS SHORTS: Six Negroes were chosen by the Chicago 17 .. .. .. .. .. ... .. ... as the quarter- PETERSBURG, Va. (ANP)
The Frazier could be Just the tonic the Oilers need to
Sporting News for the 1963 National League All- New York 38. .. .. ... .. .... .... ... who "will kill 110-member High-
ou. stepping Virginia State get back to their accustomed first place IB the
Star Team. They were, Bill White, lb: Jim Gilliam, Green Bay 33. .. .. .. .. . .. college marching band
Gordon, extremely fast AFL. And he will definitely put some till customersIn
2b: Tommy Davis, If; Willie Mays, cf; Hank Aaron, Dallas 35... .. .. .... ..... .... .. a Quarterback, will has been invited for
those empty seats at Jeppesen Stadium. The
rf; and Juan Marichal, pitcher---In the American Oakland 10... ...... .. .. .:. .:: ... the "bootleg play" consecutiveyear
occasions fake a to present the stadium was only partly filled last.'k.--_
League there was Elston Howard,c-Paul Lowe of the Buffalo 30. .. . . . .. halftime show at the
Coast WriterIs With the seating problems solved I an sure Houston's -
San Diego Chargers is the American League's leading San Diego 53... .. .. .. ..... .. .. .. Philadelphia Eagles-
tan fans (26,000) saw TSU and Prarie View
ground gainer. Minnesota Vikings foot-
Boston 35.... .... .............. .. .. AppointedTo
ball game at Philadel- game and will begin patronizing Oilers and AFL

Cleveland 23........................ Bowling BoardLOS phia, Dec. 15, the school games here in large numbers.

ANGELES (ANP) athletic department announced .. .
MAGNOLIA GARDEN FIRST DRUG STORE 100 Negro Regulars portion of a dream last week. Bell ReaopointedTo I ..

true recently when The appearance of the : THE".PEOPLE,

h On Pro Football 1tedsk1IUI"V. Juanita Blocker "Marching Troj ana," Court Group SPEAK OUT!
Mer Von'sPharmacy Sentinel GREENSBORO N.C. Dr.:
Professional football has given the s Angeles as the VSC band is
William M. Bell athle-
was accepted called will mark its
more opportunity than any other a member of the Pro- fifth showing in four tic director at A&T College WATCH THIS CLOWN
has been
amine reports in a special roundup in Women' Bowl fears at a National reappointed -
to the five-man. .. 19-82-31 .
issue ............. s Association of Football League game. .
Under the National Collegiate 52-313-85
direction of .
Many of the league'sstars the Browns Athletic Association -
This marked the first -
Dr. F. Nathaniel Gatlin
2135 West Edgewesd AYCHC today--such as ly wound College Division Basket- 1
a Negro woman on the band has
appeared ..."
Jimmy Brown of ..
the Canadian ball Tournament Selection -* 5 -.. .i.i.
West Coast had been twice 3
for.the New York
I ;: Let Us Fill Your Next Cleveland Bra.nsuare he also had
Prescript*! Committee for AreaII.
to this Giants In Yankee Stadium ,
group 0 ..
Negroes Ebony reports.: troubles. the Baltimore Colts and ** ',i-' .-": ;b2' "
-i We Pick Up & Bftiivftr As in this 43-59-::
'FrI.e' recently as 15 years The will enable the Eagles. The appointment of Bell 44

Wide Assortment 'Of ; P It lit Hiikttes ago the Negro was barred candidly Blocker. who has After the EaglesMinnesota arks the sixth straight" : 81 BN90! '-
from pro football. even pro year in which he has
campaigning in the contest the band SoietiBes He- up
Cosmetics SuMries C&tftctiHftry Ebony recounts that ready served on the committee.He "
ranks for more will also ,.appear- In the' Soaetiaes H.* dawn
when the late Tony Mora- was first appointedin
Please Dial PO 5-4485 or PO '5-1582 a decade to parti- annual Liberty Bowl game He adds, .ebtrnctsHe
bito owner of the 1958. William R.
San play May- .
in of the also in Philadelphia.Both vorkftif'all *r..fid
I.P. Harris Reg. Pharra.LEARN Francisco 49ers signed .but won't exclusive many tour- games will be tele- bry. director of athle

,, fullback Joe Perry in tions from vised. tics. Southwestern At COMING ATTRACTIOIB5612N
.1943. rival owner asked
article Memphis is chairman.
why ne had signed a Ne- Here's a

gro. Just then Perry teams in 1 SAY ,I

rambled 63 yards with a Green

pitchout and Morabito Negroes;

wryly remarked: "Any 5

other Questions?" such

Negroes have proved velt .

themselves indispensableto Barnes;

professional footballthe 5

article points out. Dick ( 01) STotw

IN There are also 48 Negroes Pittsburgh

In the three-year Negroes,

3 old 8-team American .

Football League, Ebony death

i A TRADE notes.In the two leagues hole in

there are 56 Negro linemen ,
III Six: Skirt Hulks, That ; 41 offensive halfback y e ar. EI

33 defensive half- Also.
backs and 16 fullbacks. have 8 a

For a LIFETIME'JAC'ISOIIY.ILLE Conspicuously lacking ing such

says Ebony. Is a Negro C.
_ "
Quarterback. Gallaore. s re

; Sandy Stevens was the Brcn leads

_< AKJER COLLEGE INC. best bet to Bake the of 7

i grade a few years back scat
630 DAVIS ST. at Beaver Ebony recalls. After

111% Air Cii.itleaeiJACKS1NYILLE, FLIIIIA honors gaining at All-Aaerlcan Minnesota fro best Bobby knowo Beef at i iJ its Best

Stevens was drafted by. Washington


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CIVIL RIGHTS I ROOMS FOR RENT Spark New Facilit i Duval ChangesDuval Name To Z ale'smany President STRAND

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t."wn. oturr Jewelry stores Duval stores have
II CW A..... ......"" tiwwu lt.tMl. Designates SDdAY&BLM
... ..
r ,..M..k..owMyeM: ..p.M N.iN N N yM IlpTl- War.t10 : lOOKS FOR SALEDisplay formally changed their been redecorated and remodeled STARING

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both Jr. & Sr. sets by Fred Cohanre: Bradenton outlet, of veterans on
Good condition from gional supervisor for closed under former the Veterans Administration -

& DAVIS STS. $17.00 -- $40.00 j the nation's largest retail management was reopened.New dependency and indemnity -
stores added in compensationDIC
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Take Out Food Service Cash and Carry The name became effective Miami. Melbourne and ( ) rolls in Florida
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a tall Florida Lakeland with further will get an increase
Specials Every Day 1502 Lynch BuildingMain t stores including the plans currently under under the terms of two .

Call EL 4-6531 & E. Forsyth Sts. three Jacksonville stores way for additional bills signed into law =, fA

/J a.m. to 5 p.m. : legated at; 34 W Forsyth, Florida units. by the President.One _'I ,

Quick S.ervice. Fine Foods: I( No phone calls. Tj ."j- 1003 park 5 joints and During the past year bill increased the m escr ...
r I .' Cedar Hills Shopping much. Duval stock was basic payment for widows .....u-
; .. sold, but in order to the
receiving DIC from
:: tt speed the stores'*'complete
.. e's acquired the old rate of $112 to '
MECHANIC ON D U T Y.l'f F' .- changeover to exclusive bill StEVE ,IA11E3 RIpWNNcQtlEEM
A / tr-ii j!} chain in December, $120; the second
Ike Joseph ------ ----. -------Proprietor ..*.. "19 52, but continued to Zale Merchandisein increased military pay &AIfO OJ.IRIUIII ,
ATTRACTIVE TRIO Spotlight activities ot ClubElrkrado's time for Christmas
State and Jeffcrtiin Streets El 6-9432 operate under the Duval in General B.J. Gannon cs-
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name until the present VA Officer Jacksonvillesaid.
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IMPERIAL SUNDRIESPatent time. Now the inauguration .
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into Zale's was completed Under DIC. an eligible
Medicines Cosmetics waitresses. Gene Wiite and his seven piece Inter of Duval merchandise.
following the widow received the basic
All- LeacUng Hair PreparationsCor. lude Crchestra provide to day' s popular hi twi th Zale's mushroominggrowth SUNDAY
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Lillie Jackson serving as vocalist. J.c. HolfnjJ to 318 stores can
BROAD AND ASHLFY EL 4-2159 is Since the Zale purchase. of the monthly basic
the sound
technician. be attributed in part to
;i military pay now being !
the acqusition and remodeling -
qMM ,. .< !"A.-. ", + <1", ':"_. of existing received by servicemen '
whose rank and years of
y'y '. }
; tX stores, explained Cohan.In service are the same as \
a city where a jewelry
: those of the deceased
store has been well re-
,. .... '. 'veteran.The .
ceived. Zale's can offer '
> minimum increase is
increased lines of mer-
$8 monthly and when 99ADULTS
chandise at considerable
military pay is added !
customer savings throughthe
the additional amount
firm's overseas buy-
could be as much as Notrecommended
ing offices located in
: 1 i $23. The increase
average .
London. Antwerp Tokyo. for tl>o*
t .t.
IIMERVIcEDEPTSTORE .. is $15. under 18
.;.;. <'' Tel-Aviv and La Chaux-
To avoid a delay in
; du-Fonds. Switzerland. ,
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E L Kitch.& bath.Hot & cold sed lucky charm is given free. You too fiae. be
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$ 4UOR. : or Sing. man. 3546339. LAMAR prayers. Guaranteed results in 3 days.
ROOM FOR RENT Rev. Lamar Guarantees

N E Large furnished room.
All conveniences. Couple To Restore Your Lost Nature.

ra,: only. EL 57275 LUCKY NUMBERS -SURE TO WIN


Used Refrig.. Good ro: d. MOTLEY'S ENTERPRISES

10 lOWR 6 $45.00.JOHNNIE'S 765-0961 HOTEL. Edgewood Super Market .


",tiS /1 741U For Reservations.w. Ashley-Jux. Call Fla. QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED

r H. 5-4025 .' Prices Good Friday,

Saturday & Sunday
AnA/-/ : : ; 565 wk.-Johs Baiting FREE 20ib. TURKEYTO

Tickets Rent- .U Agcy.
210 Post Ave. ; estbury.N. .

lQnK/- e r. "::; Y. SURE TO REGISTER WITH $5.A6 Fill ORDER


I Id MAID Jobs. $35-$55 wk. WHITE BACON $1. MULLET $1.

Fare advanced. Mallor

Agency Lynbrook. N.Y. FIRST CUT 3 ibs. IUBUIUE SHMT LINK


Sound berYl ce for Ad- I.

y vertising Dances Ball -OLD GLORY- _ _

t Lt t Games Speaker etc.Service Also Loud for Pork & Beans TURKEY 3 fe. .

!:f:I P rd Hops Concerts.etc. Spaghetti 12 cans WINGS $J.

EL 39)02&IJND CFI. $1.
Blackeye Peas


FISH $1.
Shoe Repairing 3 tH.

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litb $5.00 food order LEAN WESTERN 3 to.

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SL'.CEI'! 3 Us.


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(pIfsvIoot. 3 Us.DRUMSTICKS.
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Pay As Little As Q/t

5.00 Per Kouiti
655 W. Adams St. MEATY 6 Ibs. EGGSto.

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