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 16, 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
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Situated on the banks of the Indian River, Titusville in Brevard County was settled in 1867 by a former Confederate officer, Henry Theodore Titus, and his wife, Mary Hopkins Titus. The town was incorporated in 1887, by which time it was already famous for its citrus and pineapple crops. The arrival of the Florida East Coast Railroad in 1892 laid the groundwork for a tourist industry as well. The Florida Star and later the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle provide a diary of these developments. The Florida Star was a weekly newspaper published by P.E. Wagner from 1880 to approximately 1882 and later by S.W. Harmon. On November 1, 1912, the newspaper moved from Titusville to Cocoa, Florida. The Florida Star ceased publication around 1917 and was succeeded in turn by the Indian River Star, which operated until 1920. Another Titusville paper, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle began on July 13, 1900, as a continuation of the Indian River Advocate and East Coast Chronicle; the latter had been preceded by both the East Coast Advocate, edited by W.S. Graham, and the Indian River Advocate. In 1920, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle merged with the Indian River Star and was subsequently published under the title of the Star Advocate.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note:
Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note:
Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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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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AKR0018 ( NOTIS )
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33 SATURDAY NOVEMBER 16, 1963 15 CENTS Story InvolvingWhite * * * * *

: 11! University of Miami MusicianMIAMI $2,000 Bond

3 Men

LOOM A Proven False Set Against

.TAILAHASSEE A youth Two OthersST.
IiI told police here last s4A'

Friday that his reportedly AUGUSTINE Bondsof
DUES having been $10,000 each were set

shot by a white man ina Nov. 8 against five Negroes -

car was a hoax. charged with the

P XME Ministers Facing Crossfire * * * * jasper Robinson a 20- s Oct. 25 rifle-slaying ofa

old white mm, it was an-
t year student at
Between Bishop Ball, Laymen Lfcerty City Suicide Shooting Florida A&M informed
police that he was ac- Charged with the rifle

As Annual Conference Hears Terrifies Kindergarten Kids cidently shot by fellow slaying of William David

Church officers and Laymen representing MIAMI -- Oswald Turner well-known kindergarten student Russell Tisdale Kinard are: Goldie Eu-

the Big Five consisting of .New St. Stephen operator took his own life with two t/ 20, and switched identification LL banks Sr. ; Goldie Ru-

St. Paul. Mt. Olive. Mt.Zion and 38 calibre bullets after pumping two shots .&J' cards with Tis- banks Jr. ; Richard Eu-

Grant Memorial AME Churches will seek to into his wife. Thelma last Tuesday afternoon *... dale before being admitted banks. a nephew; Carl

construct stronger lines of communication about dusk. . . to the university Ginn and Harold Jeakins.

between high echelon levels during the The shooting climaxed Johnny Wooden who hospital for treatmentNov. Charged with being accessories -

East Florida annual conference -an argument about money 6.Robinson. to the fact
lives next door was
r of murder with bond seta
Detective Sergeant Bruce had reportedto
here next week an official spokesman for aroused by his young son
the lay leaders stated Thursday.The Berry Investigating of- running into the house police that a car t $2.000 each are

disclosedthat ficer said.ShortlY with two white men in Joyce Green and Chester
source ****** ** >........... shou tinge Daddy, somebody 4+;
there existsatthe made during the annual after returninr it had stopped beside SSSa Hamilton Jr. _
is shooting at the him and a friend and Kinard in possession
present time--discord .conference taking place from taking a bus load
kids next door!" wooden said something about Negroes of a loaded shotgun
among secular and lay Nov. 20th through the of children home. Turner
said he heard one shot-- before shooting was killed while driving
leadership dissatisfaction entered the school
24th in New St. Stephen ,
perhaps the last--as he
him. with three companions
building located at
over present to endeavor once and for UNIVERSITY student John Samuels 18, of
was leaving his houseto
Following his release through a Negro resi-
policies relating to inflated 7168 NW 16th Avenue and
all to lay guidelines be- 1415 NE 121 St. and has been
s investigate his son'scharge. 11 Place N. Miami .
den tial
membership the engaged in a conversa- the hospital.. area.Witnesses
tween opposing forces toward invited by Dr. Fabian Sevitzky, Miami U. directorof
said the
Robinson told police oar
status of Special Appeal tion concerning money
an end of mutual the kindergarten music (left), to play with the university's
and Debt Petireroent ad- with his wife. Finding Tisdale had found the became the object of a

ding that although Bish cooperation and dedi- In the presence of the building door 32 calibre gun on the orchestra in February. A North Dade Senior High hail of gunfire near

Ball has cation. open Wooden rushed in, School graduate Samuels has been studying music Sr'.
op ff.F. refused remaining pupils and A&M campus and while Goldie Eubanks s

to offer an of- Vote Tallies their teachers. Turner and saw both victims" showing it to some students for six years.He is now playing with a 40-piece hose cad a rifle bullet

fj L ijlal statement_ re- _suddenly fired a shot lying on the floor. Tur- tle. gun went off student orchestra and rotates on bass with Mike struck Kinard IB the

gar.!lng. >such,the presiding 60,000 In striking his: w fe.-- 'ShV"' -n r..appecd..m. onla&s, *i*t h e$?mrfl *ent e r i nfc- Moore. ,. Don .McKibben and Sally Lieux, all of whomplay head.He .
lead parts in order to be John
graded. is +
his wife seemed- to be
elders and min-, MississippiJACKSON. fell to the floor with a Robinson & arm. was later taken to a
majoring Social subjects Humanities, Music
inters are believed to bullet wound in her breathing. "I Walked The .gun was turned over Jacksonville hospital
Literature. He lives with his mother, Mrs. Mary R.
be subtly supporting the Miss. Unofficial back. -He then walked up over to her. he said to p lice who are. in: where he died report
Young. Dr. Sevitzky says John's career shows I
I status quo in fear of "Freedom"votes to her and fired another she looked up at me vestigatin. its owner concluded.
cast for Aaron E. and pleaded 'Please '. promise.
higher level reprisals. ship.
shot striking her in the .
In conclusion, the official Henry for governor this head. Turning the pistolon help me:" Wooden said There were no charges Florida's Fair
week totaled some 82.000 the only thing he Burns' Veto Overridden
stated that an or- himself he dis- filed against either of Budget

ganized effort will be ballots. charged one bullet into touched was the telephone the two students.Plaintiffs Exhibit MayBe

Mr. Henry. Mississippi to call ambu- Unanimously Council
his chest and another an By City i Picketed
Judge RefusesTo state lance and the .
NAACP president police. Hit _
into his head Just be-
jn: separate action Tuesday nightthe City TAMPA -- Failure of
and his
is listedas
campaign Mrs. Turner
Vacate manager hind the left ear. Council unanimously overrode Mayor Haydon state
Robert Moses stated As the horrified pupils 'critical by Juveniles JailingAn I Burns/ veto of the 1964 budget thins eliminating authorities to
In Leon Cases that a statewide drive and their instructorsran authorities at Jackson for the time being the restoringof take any action to pro-
attorney for four
would be conducted to Memorial Hospital. aid funds to Edward Waters College and tect Negro citizens who
TALLAHASSEE A city from the building St. Augustine juveniles Jacksonville University. The body later have faced intimidation
register these "Free
judge who refused to Jailed for having taken turned down reconsideration of a previous and violence in St.
dom" voters who thus
4 disqualify himself in a far have been Fire Victim's Accusation Is part in demonstrationsin refusal to take action in annexing 10 Augustine and other

demonstration case involving in becoming unsuccessful quali-- that city Tuesday acres of land planned for a $2.5 million Florida cltfete nay result -

two Negro and filed suit in U.S. Dis- Negro housing and apartment project.As eke
three white persons has fi ed vet ers. The state' s Doubted By AuthoritiesATLANTA trict Court here seekingto a result, $25.000 in...................... the sta itrpi( 's exhibit ting of at '
# set a Nov. 21 trial date have segregation inFlorida' city aid funds will to alleviating an acute the 'orl 's Fair IB
Local law
ments are being chal- officials have
case doubt
for the defendants. s training come January be lost to modern housing shortagein 1964.A .
lenged by the Justice over claims by a white man stating he was seizedby
The demonstrators schools outlawed. EWC and JU will be operating the Negro residentialarea. special
protesting Department in the a group of Negroes and his,plothes being set a- coamltteerepreseBtlDg
Earl M. less than
racial bias in Johnson attorney $50.000
Federal courts.Mr. fire causing him third degree burns over a major its previous Jear'soperating Councilman: Lemuel Sharp NAACP
a downtown white restaurant Henry ran as a portion of his body. . . for the National budget. was sure the Council branches la Florida's

were arrested Nov. write-in candidate in The victim who was 1- able to talk shook his Association for the Advancement Spokesman representingboth would support the meas- largest cities has proposed -

4 and charged with trespassing the election in whichLt. dentified as William head in a negative of Colored races spoke in favor ure. When a bill is defeated that Bales corrective -
and refusing to People here filed the of annexing 10 acres of it cannot be action is take
Gov. Paul B. John- Lanigan. 39, and was manner.
leave the premises.The suit in behalf of four land located on outer reintroduced for six immediately the Florida
son was elected to suc- listed in serious con-
five; Julius Hamilton Negro Enters Juveniles who were con- Moncrief Rd. into the months according to a State NAACP la cooperation -
ceed Gov. Ross R. Bar- dition in Grady Hospital
,. 20, and Willie victed for having taken city in order to allow Council member. with the national
nett. Mr. Henry's votes told police several Ne- New part in the St. Augus- the sponsors, the Churchof will
Pickney. 22. of Florida HampshirePolitical Trio HeldFor organization picket
were not counter of- gro youths seized him
AiM.University; Carol A. tine protest demonstra- God in Christ to be the Florida exhibit.
ficially as the state in a southwest sector tions last able to receive govern-
Lustgarten 19 and RaceNEW July. RobberyMIAMI Repeated appeals to
has no provision for of the city draggedhim ment funds to constructthe
plala iffs. Joan
a Stephen H. Jones. 26. city officials and eewty
write-in candidates. to the rear of a YORK -- The nation' housing project. SPRINGS-An 18-
white students Anderson 16, Willie law
at eaforeeaeat officers
and ignited his political spotlight year-old youth and two -
building s Labor union spokesmantold
Carl Singleton 16
Florida State Universityand Wallace's Speech in St. Aagttstlae
clothes with cigarettes. will soon fall on 1 the Council that men are being held by
Audrey Nell Edwards,
Samuel Shirah Jr. concerning haraseat
Officers said Lanigan New Hampshire after a the annexation measure Metro authorities under
DeFuniak Springs white Goes Unprolested 16. and Samuel White and arrests of demonstrators
made the statement Incoherently New York Negro attorneyand would bring about sorely high bonds. Police said
1 14, were convicted and
field secretary of the have bees
after a Ne- Alabama's Gov. they able to obtaina
k BOSTON -- Despite thesevenyear George needed jobs in addition were
sent to Florida Training
Student Nonviolent Coordinating confession to the ignored. la addition
resident hearing Wallace announced they
ban NAACP gro
Committee. on Schools after having Teens InjuredWhen $780.00 armed robbery of certain juvenile demonstrators -
activity in the State of his screams beat out will enter the New England been charged with tres-
were unsuccessful in the Miami Graded Paper & were declared
the the fire with a coat and state's presidential -
Alabama Boston
J; contacting Gov. Farris called an ambulance. passing in St. Johns AutoOverturns Bag Salvage Company from delinquent HeHH tier
branch of the Associa- primary as inde-
Bryant in seeking his Homicide Detective G.E. County. one of the men who explained would not relinaaisa
tion raised no protest pendents and Gov. NelsonRockefeller When the parents of
aid in the demonstrators' the robbery in their constitutionalright
protest against against the right of who said he four refused to sign a Thrown from their car detail. to protest peacefully -

Tallahassee police ac- 'Alabama Governor George Star Editor would enter under theGOP statement to accept responsibility when it went out of con- The investigation was against racial

tion. .Wallace to speak at Har- label. of the trol on rain-slick U.S. started on Friday, Nov. .

The group' B attorney vard University on Nov. Set To Cover The Negro attorney.Paul children -under rules 1 North last Saturday 8, when Adam ,!Biel; ecki, light of this, the

Simon Tobias of Miami 4. JFK's VisitWhen Zuber. 37. is a Republican. laid down by the court night two teenagers are owner of the Bag Company NAACP "has ae ether
also sought to have City Upholding the right of He is a graduate the youths were then receiving treatment for ; reported to police alternative taw to ...-

Judge John Rudd disqualify free speech. Kenneth I. President Kennedy Brown University and decided comaitted to the state injuries sustained &t that about 12:50 p.m. tinue Its protect hy

himself stating Guscott president of appears in Tampa for the to enter the pri- schools. Duval Medical Center, that day three bandits expanding deaoastratloas -

the Judge was biased. the Boston NAACP. and Florida State Chamber of mary after he foresawthe In his contentions, police reported. entered his office and into the moat effective

Tobias presented a petition Thomas I. Atkins executive Commerce annual convention outgrowth of racial Johnson stated that State Trooper D.W. Lee demanded "all of your areas" Robert

; of disqualifications secretary issueda Monday Nov. eruptions throughout the racial segregation' is said that the accident money." After takingthe W. Saunders HAACP rif d-

against the Jurist. Joint statement questioning 18, Florida Star Editor, nation. practiced at the schools victims Clifford Pat- coney the men fled. da field- secretary,

When Judge Rudd refused the Governor's Eric 0. Simpson: will be By announcing his political '- both In separation of terson, 17, of 2667 W. Shortly after the robbery stated.

the petition Atty. Simon sincerity and asserting: among the nation's top intentions. Zu'- inmates and in the educational Edgewood Ave. and Doris three suspectswere Accidental CM

applied immediately We respect a man' s newsmen covering the ber said he believes the programs.: Sparrow. 4821 Amos St. picked up. Christopher -

to Circuit Judge Ben rift to speak his Bind; event. politicians of both par- The suit also contends said Patterson told him Drayton, 3240 NW Blast WMB*

Willis for an order prohibiting we know however that Representing the Star ties will begin to take that the children are he was driving south on 47th StreetVernon Yant, YOIHI Girl

Rudd from the Governor has nothingnew Papers and Interstate the young Negro seriously. '- being deprived of their U.S. 1 when a car, cut- 1541 NW 54th Street, and

hearing the case. Judge to say We well recall Press Siapson will join constitutional rights as ting in front of him, Mitchell Thomas walker, A young girl was

Willis took the request how the world was the Press corps which Zuber also stated thathe guaranteed under the off the road.Patterson's. 18, of 3245 NW 47th treated at Duval Meaioal

under advisement. thrown into World War win accompany; the presi- would welcome debating 14th Amendent of the car strucka Street. Center Tuesday after

II because the free dential party from Tampato with Gov.. Wallace. U.S. Constitution and road sign and a low Two of the robbers are having been woaaded lathe

Bucks and Ballots are speech of one madman In Miami where the T the court is asked to brick wall in front of a under $5,000 bonds.Drayton shoulder by a shot-

our weapons for first Germany was not counter- President is scheduledto SHOP AT KRESS declare a Florida law motel dining room throw who is charged with gm which vac fired t by a

class citizenship use balanced by saner voices make another ap ing the occupants from two counts of robbery,is 17-year old youth, >police

and spend both wisely AND SAVE $ $ governing as unconstitutional.
elsewhere." bond. reported.
pearance. their car. under $10,000

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Published. by The Florida Star Publishing Co* rte"tg
0' $
<'. Nlember of Associated Negro Press* L4 The President s Committee on Equal Employment -

Opportunity released the napes

ERIC 0. SIMPSON.............MaatH* Erttor of persons who will participate in five
.. panel discussion at the Equal EBploywent+

ALYSON E. WISE..................News EM* :/ .. Opportunity Regional Conference in Los

: 'S Angeles November 14.
.HILDA WOOTEN.........Cifc&lata (
OF EDUCATIONtv7tK About 1,000 persons are expected to at -

lAIN OFFICE & PLANT: FOR THE MAJORITY tend the conference, which will give emphasis -

RIGHTS FORALL' to the problems of minority -
2323 Moncrief 4-6782 / .. OgVIL which have
fJ/ 1/ f AMERICANS .'. \. M1.. groups major
concentrations in the West and

Mailing Address: 4 f/ N" Southwest: Mexican-American,

P. 0. Box 561 Jacksonville 1 Florida $ Negro and OrientalAmerican.Key .
: ,
is representatives have been

MIAMI OFFICE i> invited from Arizona, Cali-

M fornia, Colorado, New Mexico SIMPSON
138 NW 3rd Ate. Phone 3111025 ., ..-. \ 1 and Texas.
The conference is being conducted in Los

SUBSCRIPTION RATES Angeles' Ambassador Hotel under the aus -

'E One Year. $6.00 Half Year. $4.00 pices of the President's Committee, of
which Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson is
Mailed to You Anywhere in the United States Chairman and
i Secretary of Labor W. Willard
1 Subscription payable in Advance I \ \ Wirtz is Vice Chairman.The .

Send Check or Money Order to: 1 goal of the conference, which will

"\ ... have the theme
\ 'Equal Opportunity and
FLORIDA STAR P. 0. BOX 561 '. ... I Economic Growth, is to establish co.-

Jacksonville 1, Florida I"II ., ...;=' municntion: and foster cooperation between

H .. zjp'Wi/ddL. n 1 ., :...-:> Tfi' i\'J. minority group leaders and public offi-

"I, II Y.4 t.J.4: f.1; j' h.. i1 cials, educators employers and unions in
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ARE INSEPARAILEIt's t' ri / : { the development of equal employment opportunity -
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d. in the communities represented.Each .

an old axiom that strangeness is a ((SCE +.M *Xfi;. ; ; .!.;:"'."I't.t.\t tSl. '" &&JP! \*'' of the panels at the conference will
of jealousies misconceptions
producer be moderated by a Federal official fro
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angers and enmities. All of us, human PASSAGE OF CIVIL RIGHTS BILL IS BEST AID TO S'UCH.DUCA't Washington, D.C. or by a public member of

nature being what it is, have a tendancyto the President's Committee.Vice .

think the other fellow. has it better, President Johnson
coamenting on the
one way or another, than we do. participating panelist said:
This is most obvious in the international '
'We are fortunate
very indeed to have
sphere. There, carried to its ultimate YourHoroscope such outstanding citizens as panelistsfor

conclusion, the result can be war, revo-.. Weekly this important meeting. They have

lution, insurrection. And that is one of been selected for their knowledge of their

the reasons why the people-to-people move- field and their position in it and because -

ment--which is government backed but pri- of the interest they have shown in

vately supported and administered--has GuideI working for equal employment opportunity

produced such a wealth of interest and for all Americans. These will be most

support. Within this movement communities, stimulating discussions for the community

organizations and all manner of civic leaders attending this meeting."

groups join with their equivalents over- PABLO The ASTROLOGERWHICH PANEL NO. 1

seas in a broad effort to promote friend- Business and Industry---The action role

ship and understanding.Much of Government contractors Plans for Pro-
the same thing, in principle, can gress Companies, and other business and

be done to advantage within our own national industrial leaders in advancing equal employment -

boundaries. And National FarmCity BUSINESS LOVE TRAVELARIES opportunity their own plants,

Week, which is to be observed during the --.-. --- ,- '-----........-------......----......--........--- .., in relationships with recruitment sources,
November 22-28 period, is a fine exampleof and in cooperation with community and

it. Government efforts toward the correction-
Its purpose is, to quote a release of the Born March 21st thru You will be aided during events of the past and that is being intro- of deficiencies in education, vocational

of the National Farm-City Committee, Inc. April 19th the forthcoming to correct the errors in duced aids in rekindlingthe training and housing.

". .to bring about better understandingof It is perfectly properto thirty-day lunar perioc your thinking. You may hopes that may have PANEL NO. 2
American of life and by a growing interest in find it more edifying to been all but snuffed out
our way an appre- think of today and to Government as an Employer: Federal, State
ciation of the interdependence of urban extract all the pleasuresand creative achievements.You put the interests of during the preceding and Local--The responsibility of -
and rural communities. This is a con- benefits it contains. may find it pro- your own. quarters. Your principalcare ngencies to demonstrate
tinuing program, carried on throughoutthe Bu t when it comes to. fitable to make more You will relish the should be to restore in nondiscriminatory'
practices in
: 4'' exaltation that : a !8\l .
frequent use of'your"talents usually inner .! ;
year, and the Week is its culmination. mortgaging the future forth confidence. pects of 'their'own employment.PANFI .
while fulfill- follows from such ac- as well. The removal of
President Kennedy a proclamation urging e same purposes you NO. 3
observance of the 1963 Week, stressed, in should pause and considerthe ing your daily duties. tions. You may also con- some of your financial The Role of Unions--Implementation: of

effect, that the fact that fewer farm possible consequences.When You and your dear ones sider it judicious to worries would be the union program for Fair Practices and other
workers and fewer acres are needed to feed the many tomorrows are apt to differ regarding your talent more main contributor. Dis- intensified efforts to fight discriminationat
seriously. Do whateveris
and clothe a greatly increased populationis dawn and they do much the running of creet maneuvers or a all levels within the labor movement.
in itself a dominant reason for closer sooner than is generally the home. This should necessary to train confidential tie-up ofa
not be allowed to reacha yourself to utilizeto constructive character PANEL NO. 4
contact between urban and rural citizens.He realized it is comfort- better Education and raising for EaploYlI ntThp. --
asked that all the many government find ing to know that you are pass where it becomes advantage.This provide some of the need for compensatory education
will anc
private agencies concerned cooperate to fully prepared to meet increasingly difficultto of confidence.give Refrain you more from means at your disposal.But occupational training foi the disadvantaged

make the Week a success.To their challenges as wellas find an area you should not under and the effectiveness of
being a bit too out- ciirren
put it simply, the basic purpose of to enjoy their offer- agreement. any condition whatso- programs.
the Week is to have farm people and city ings. You should arriveat 870221334872LEO ever compromise with PANEL NO. 5
people meet and exchange visits so that the same conclusions your higher aims and Effects of Inadequate or Segregated Housing -

each will better understand the needs, yourself when you have a Born July 23rd thru SCORPIOBorn ideals. and Community Facilities--The rela-

wants, problems, and activities of the life of experience behind Aug. 22nd Oct. 24th thru 4-50-33-15-81-493 tionship between housing patterns mid II-

other. In achieving that, a wide range of you. The lunar period that Nov. 22nd AQUARIUS ployment patterns and the ways in which
l is now coming into being You may be fed up with l
lH public meetings, discussions and exhibitsare 7-2Q-8S-15-62-728 Born Jan. 20th thru discriminatory housing practices perpetuate -
indicates days of taking it on the chin so
the TAURUSBorn
scheduled. The cooperation Feb. 18th unequal opportunity in uneaploy -
asked and reckoning. You may have far this month and decide -
is thru
press, radio and television April 20th ment.
to pay up when you have to put in a few You should be happy to
is to 20th
given. Particular emphasis given activities May
followed the path of blows of your own. But note that a new lunar
designed to fit the needs and interests Marriage and its finan- Lincoln Few Appropriate Remarks
of young people. And all the many cial advantages error.By the same token before you do sosingleout phase is holding promiseof

youth groups include Farm-City Week in vide the answer may to sOmeof pro- the;, use of foresight and among your friends a better period in Most of us grow up believing that Presi-
their annual activities. self-restraint should those upon whose loyalty the offing. Your ambi- dent Lincoln made his great speech at
program dilemmas.
your This bring its own rewards. you can rely completely. tions is not being Gettysburg with little or no preparation ;

could prove to be a gam- Excellent days for an You seem to have excel- diminished in the least that on the train he jotted a few notes <*:

ble in other cases where alliance on the material lent opportunities to do but your ability to direct an envelope or a scrap of paper. Many also

MAN AND THE MACHINE there are children froma or Plutonian plane, something highly con- it along more con- believe that newspapers ignored 'Ure
previous union or when .
would have an extraordi- structive regarding your structive lines is defi- speech. : .

the attraction is more nary stabilizing influ- finances living quar- nitely increased. Close These beliefs are explored and exploded

I The President proposal that a commission material. than sentimental. ence on your associa- ters and the members of ranks with the friends in a magazine article, "A Few Appropriate -

be appointed to study the social and economic Make the most of tions and emotional the family circle. if and allies you can Remarks at Gettysburg by ltWBUi-

important encounters or interests. Guard against you are in a positionto trust. Reorganize your honey in an American Legion Magnzin Article
1 effects of automation has been generally new opportunities to put sudden infatuationswhich find or build a new hopes along more practi. condensed in the November Reader s

well received. In the ranks of industry more life or money intoan could be as big a home or to sell property cal levels and set out Digest. Neither belief is correct.

government, and the labor organi- old but going enter- strain on you as it is have no hesitancy in to accomplish what you All who have trouble finding the right
prise. If you decide on started as
getting have formerly decidedto
on your pocketbook. words take comfort in knowing that
zations there is concern over the displacement can
forming a partnership 088135468 rapidly as possible. do. A romance or wed- President Lincoln worked at interval for

of men by machines, and an awarenessof it may be wiser and saf- VIRGO 170118312178SAGITTARIUS ding in your social cir- more than two weeks on the 10 iMortal

the need for imsitive action. er to relegate the financial Born Aug. 23rd thru cles will bring some sentences that he spoke 100 year ago this

responsibilities Sept. 22nd highlights. November 19. He wrote half of them in
The problem is a tough one. The goal is to to someone other than Born Nov. 23rd thru 2-50-99-16-75-259
Steadying forces are Washington, completed a draft the Bight
I make full and constructive Dec. 21stIf
use of the amaz- yourself.
starting to take over before in Gettysburg and finished

ing technology that is developing, and at 2-80-33-14-85-283 enabling you to concen- you have been badly PISCESBorn the next day just before going to the
f hate mauled by unexpected Feb. 19th thru
the same tILe to prevent it from destroying GEMINIBorn your thoughts on battlefield.He .
f May 21st thru more productive occupa- events or reprimands during March 20th changed "this we may in all proprietydo"

4 human v lues. If it is to be reached, a June 21st tion than heretofore. Be' the preceding quar- to the more forceful "it is altogether -

high degree of prepared to settle ters. you may have The phase that is now that hold
statesmanship must be provided You can expect a growing matt fitting and proper we
initiated could
being be
ers to everyone's learned your lesson regarding tliiHf", made changes even he
by all concerned. demand for your one during which do He af
satisfaction including, the valueof your forgetting boor" in 'oar poor
goods or services from spoke,
Management cannot will be
the opened to
ignore eyes
problem and
prudence. It be *
your own, even when this may ower" and adding "under God" fbr a
on possibly
now certain basic facts and
try to sweep it under the rug. Labor unions the start of the yule- involves compromisingwith quite beneficial for you total of 270 words. Of these 190 are .one
realities. This could
# cannot hold tenaciously to ways of doing tide season. Althoughsome your previous posi- to remove yourself from also enable you to trace syllable. He spoke less than five aimites.
the center of attrac-
t tions. The few among you Newspapermen can take pride in the fact
things that science is tension has been the path you should fol-
making obsolete. And who be tion and to start pre-
eased in domesticand may looking fora that an Associated Press reporter stood
your low to acquire influ-
government can't follow the alwaysfutilepath public relations Job or new housing paring yourself for the just in front of Lincoln, borrowed a copy
ential patrons or customers -
of passing more laws and imposing new rather sharp disputes should not pass up any next take round which should and to entrench that he held in his hand and telegraphedthe
leads during these favorable place sometime complete text all over the country.
and the economic may continue to keep yourself in a positionof
stultifying regulations on next month. la the meantime -
days. Relations and little the
big published
them off calance. All prestige and authori Many papers,
life of the nation. the
analyze natureof
differences could be with your loved ones tY.Old friends can offer speech in full the next day.There" .
The material benefits that can stern from swept aside through should also improve the errors for which suggestions that will
you have been responsible -
somewhat when
automation, using the word in the broadest frank discussions. Wed- there has save you much time and
In hssk
ding that are consum- been previous fallingout. and plan your coming energy: that would be required s Ho 4-H !
sense, seem to be practically limitless.We: strategy with a view of should you have
mated on the spur of the not encouraging any start from scratch.., Agricultural production has long been one
like the rest of the world. want and need
accent nay be rued. 6-20-66-14-74-621
in the Soviet
repetitions. If your dear ones are of the sorest spots economy.
then. And, at tho same time, we must remember 5-30-55-12-42-531 LIBRA 3- 0- -18-39-368 not included in this Despite all manner of plans and programs,

that tie machine Dust remain the Born Sept. 23rd thru CAPRICORNBorn category this would be food shortages are the rule rather than
CANCER Oct. 23rd the exception under coaaunisa. One solution -
servant, not the aaster.of wan. Born June 22nd thru Things look rosier. Dec. 22nd thru of small comfort could be to "turn a bunch of American

July 22nti especially when you have Jan. 19th 8-30-55-18-11- 4-H members lose on Russia's faras. '
The new lunar phase
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THE FOURTH ANNUAL presentation of J.W. Johnson Branch YMCA'S Father-Son Banquet drew a record breaking -
the Johnson Branch. Thomas B. Hargrave Jr., executive secretary of the Branch, informed the enthusiastic -
) attendance of 127 persons recently in Susie E. Tolbert Elementary School's cafetorium with Mrs.
I attendees that the Y's generalrprogram is undergoing rapid progressive changes and that the
Aldonia: C. Joyner, principalserving as hostess. Program features were conducted by Rev. F.D. Richardson -
organization's general activities slate is now being supported by the most dedicated workers IB the
principal speaker; Ezekiel W. Bryant, HI-Y advisor and physical director; Julius Jones, program history of the local branch. (Royal Art Studio photos)

secretary, who was assisted by the Y's Gray-Y members and Mrs. Eliza R. Atwater, secretary of t _
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Park Fla.; So i all y S kin g'
Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Jackson Youman 543 Acosta St. ; Boy. son Boy.; Orange C pe a
and Mrs.
Mr. -
;, 1731 Everson St.; Girl.
Mr. and Mrs. Davie* :
: ... J, _
Fossett 132 Magnolia '
Girl. Mr. and Mrs.
Coleman; 714 Pippins St'=
Mr and Mrs. Aaron Turner; 1729 W. 45th St.; Street; Girl. LOUISE GUINYARDNorma
Grant; 1328 Steele St. ; Girl. Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wilso
and Florence
Boy. Mr. and Mrs. Car lest on Cooper; 1007 E. Ashley 20'20 Ruth White and Nan Fletcher were welcomedas Ruth Bonner Gwen Schell

Mr. and Mrs. Izell Fd- Jefferson; 601 Ct. F. ; Street; Boy. Squaire; Moncrief new Kevinettes at a recent meeting of the Vivian Satterwhite, Winona Britt, Carolyn Miller -

mond 2019 Wister St. Girl. Mr. and Mrs. James Townsend Road; Boy. group held in the Illinois Street home of Matthewand Margaret Button and Coatsie Jones we aaeag
; ; Mr. and Mrs. John
Girl. Mr. and Mrs. Julius ; Rt. 8 Box 460; Boy. Eomalee George. other members present.
Jack Rosier; 2560 Orion St. ; Janet Johnson participated in the meeting as Vanorian presented each guest with a token gift.
and Mrs. Elgin
Mr. an d Mrs. Tommy Griffin; 1215 Dora St. ; Mr. Girl.
guest player.
Faculty-Student Group Organizes r4a Dorothy Oliver, Barbara Harper and Daisy Gilliard ..........................

.,,..1 """ { _4. <<'{ >#''''f'; ''''- '' 74'/"" '>.tIj,( .,-t. "" qualified for club prizes. Ann Monroe was the
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: : :.,:..,,: ;., .11 :;{ ( / recipient of consolation prize.

Doris Bennett, Pearl Mackey Geraldine Milliard L. W. Foster, Evelyn Galvin, and 7elm* Johnson male

Sara Lovett and Pauline Davis also
were presentfor
up the list of guest players when Les Elites
the meeting.
Bridge Club DIet last week-end at the Lincoln O&ea-
Essie McCray Silva, former member who is now residing -

in Miami dropped in to chat with the Kevi- try Club. Marin P. McClain was hostess.

Lois Walker, Myrtis Thomas, and Mrs. Poster were

............................. outstanding in the guest category, while Alveeie
Striven, Elizabeth Jones, and Vermal MeGdae. wen
i Vanorian Schell was hostess "when Les Trieze Amies

met recently in the Schell's lovely Jefferson out over other club member*.
9 7 Street home.
Lois Avery, Maxine Jackson, Anne Molatoab, Male
Guest players were: : Norma White, Barbara Harper,
B. Minattt t., Johnnie Mitchell,and InK Murray werepresent
and Ann McIntosh. The latter qualified for the

guest award.Recipients. for the meeting.

of club awards included Doris Jones, ....................


James u. Green Jr. ,

5618 Poitier Dr. 25 and

Ionia Denmark, 5710

RECENT' ORGANIZATION' of a public n-latioi's committee was kick offed at Walker Vocational College with Poitier Dr., 21.
Samuel L. Green 1957 0 0 i 0 t
members of the staff and student body meeting in a get acquainted party in the school auditoriiup.

Joseph Johnson Jr. instructor, was elected chairman and was assisted by Mrs. Julia Walker Brown, Helena St. 54 and HelenB. +

president, antI Mrs. J.T. Lawrence of the facul t).. Seated from left are: Johnny Gore, Carolyn Law- Baker. 1957 Helena St.

rence, Mr. and Mrs. Fort Chairman Johnson J.T. Lawrence Doris Allen. Seocnd row standing from 31.

left: Ronald Moton, Ozzie.White. Harriet Bought, Carolyn Naphier, Anita Jackson Naomi Sass, Theresa ; Ralph E. Hathcock, 1424

Wright, Wynona Pullins, Katherine Johnson, Evelyn Knight, Patricia Fuller, Mary Gaas, Martha Jones, E. 25th St. 37 and Irene yir
1424 E. 25th St. .
Anitii Jones, Cheryl Anderson, Betty Wheeler, Solomon Jenkins. Third row from left: Henrietta Gil-

yard, Delia Peterson Vivian Padgett, Betty Olicer, Florence TarTer Alice Stewart, Ola Black, Isa- 22.

bell Rollins, Oscar Wilcox, Mary Birden, Gladys Brinson Mae Alice Grooms, Lila Daniels, Barbara Clinton Wright. 1241 W.
Monroe St.. 73 and Virne
Kennedy Mary Davis and Frankie Young. (Royal Art Photo by Walter Wright)
McDuffie 1241 W. MonroeSt.

Barrack Members To Meet SaturdayThe 45Lucious

W. Thompson,
regular meeting of officers for the purposeof
1491 Union St. 20 and
I % Gateway Barracks No.3131 dedicating the Bar-
Marilyn J. White 2319
and its Auxiliary, will racks and Auxiliaries' d
Teal Street. 19. fi.t
be held SaturdayNov. 16 flags and charters.
vZ Geo. W. Harris 390
I at 2 Joe James H.
Persons interested in Chelsa St. 21 and Ella
Center, Grunthal at 13th
securing information concerning Mae Keller 705 Jackson

St.An World War 1 vet- Street, 18. thp o
important agenda erans may contact Deputy
Curtis Elam. III, Ferris
discussedwill + c x
topic to be Chief of Staff J.S. Ir- Calif. 20 and Willa Jean
be the coming to
ving.EL 4-3134./ll calls Robertson. Louisville
Jacksonville of state will be returned.
Ky. 20.

I r Arthur J. Standberry
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[ Chicago Ill. 23 and y

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1 Florida Ave. 21. dii1eq

Kelsey Gillard. 5406 RESERLy

e Dakota Dr. 35 and Sue

1 : i Porter, 633 W. Church St.
1 4 23.New StantonIs

1 ___ Observing

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Tff classes at New Stanton ; ,
KEN KNIGHT i Senior High School are <: 'Fl"J:;;;>
making special book talksIn

Invites You To &.. all of the English
L rw Listen To-
classes at the school
.q. Her mother her sister?
t 4' or this week in observance $chenlell

116 lAND BOTH ENJOY YOUTHFUL. NATURAL-LOOKING HAIR COLOR I of This Rational special Book announce-leek" RESERVE'Steaks..Sociability..and ...the life of your party!

Whether you want the excitement of a different 1 ment was made by Mrs.
DANCE PARTY"Nfcltly hair shade or want to give new life to dull or 1 Willie L. Lucas librarian

; gray hair. insist on the long-lasting haircolor I at New Stanton who Schenley turn into something special. Schenley
red a party
in the famous package-Godefroy's
'' Larieuse. It's easy to apply, and complete in also informed the school puts life in your drinks. Makes them tastter smoother .with the finer quality of

: ;,. ;. 11:30: 'til 12:00: one pacbge-there" nothing else to buy. family and coBiunity straight whiskys mellowed 8 full years before blending with grain neutral spirits
that "Book Week" is a
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CHURCH NOTES ." Meets Sunday

By L.N PEAR&N. SR. At t St. Stephen

Church School will begin The Regular monthly program -

Sunday at 9:30 a.m. m = of the Christian

with T.V. Huger, superin- Endeavor Hour is sehed-

tendent in charge. The uled to convene la. the

Morning Worship service beautiful auditor!.. of

will begin at 10:55 a.m. St. Stephens AMB Chfcreh

with Rev. F. D. Wilson on Sunday November 17 at

pastor, delivering the 3 p.m. It will be rraea-

senron. supported by the r bered that the first program -

two choirs with C.E. of this Youth;t Bl

Jr. at the con- I'I'SilllOOns. organization was bead

sole. t here and proved to b* a
Children and Youth Hour wonderful beginaiag.
will begin at 6 p.m. The 1"s Since that time, the

Junior choir will rehearse A program has spoas Bred

at this hour with .t tYk many helpful activities

Mrs. Fred D. Davis at for and by young peeffle

the piano., The Evening of the several ohttrebes

Vespers will begin at to. .. '" and especially the "Allen

7:00 p.m. This serviceis l' ,. Christian Eadeaver

for youth and adults. '< -': Societies whose depart

The two'choirs will rehearse ment sponsors the, pro

Tuesday,November, : t' ,,. .t gram. ,

at 8:00 in .' ... .. ." ',,"',''!!'''J''.' -...
19th p.m. k lw .JllEIi": ... a .1Q mow' 'way Sunday's program will
the church. Wednesday. q.- I RETAINS NATIONAL CROWN Mary Kathy Brown,eight stitution, five ministers were nominated, and feature a dual musical

November 20th Mid-week year old daughter of Mrs. S.M. Brownretained her compliments to the National Youth Department, recital by two of the

prayer service will be JI: crown as National Youth Queen during this year's headed by Elder J.P. Jones for its outstandingsuccess city's finest young

directed by Elder L.N. annual Holy Convocation of the Churches of Christ during this year's projects were given by people, both students of
; Bishop Blakely. In photo right: Bishop Blakely,
(;l hosted at Jax Church of Christ
and Dea- Written in Heaven
.Pearson<< Jr. I Written in Heaven, 1434 Kings Rd.Senior Bishop Bishop J.B. Walker and Mary Kathy are shown at Douglas Anderson High
con Dannie Gadling in / School. Following
J.C. Blakely, host pas tor.Acclaimed the most suc- extreme right flanked by delee&tes. the
the Conference room of cessful convocation in the history of the in- (Royal Art Studio photos ) theme 'No Man Is An.Island.

the church at 7:30 "
p.m. Clarence Anderson -

'Friday, November 22nd. Pentecostal Annual Assembly St. Matthew Mother Midway 2nd Baptist Elder Hines' and Miss Juanita

at 8:00 p.m., the John- Smith will duet such
ambers -
son C. Smith University To Convene Here Nov. 1824Top Prepares Installation For AME Church Climaxes Successful Begins Nov. 17 as "He. 'No Ma
choir will be sponsoredin officials and delegates to the annual As- Sunday will be observedas Joint CelebrationSecond Appreciation Fete is an Island, "Thisis
Musical Recital in sembly of the Installation servicesfor
Pentacostal Church of the First Red Letter Day at My Country" "Some-
the Fellowship Hall of Born will convene here at 1631 W. 23rd St. Nov. Rev. George A. Price Mother Midway AME Church Baptist Church Appreciation servicesfor body Bigger than You and

the church at Clevelandand 18 .through_. the 24th. it was announced this week. will be held nightly be- J by the Stewards since closed one of its finest Elder A. Hines will r' and others.Mr. .

Woodlawn Roads by rutn- Sunday- Director, .. ................ ginning Monday, Nov. 18at this is the last Sunday Anniversary Observances, be held nightly begin- Anderson and Miss

the North Florida Chap- Elder Thomas 7:30 p.m. in St. Matthew ning at 8 o'clock Sun-
McCall. served Friday with Elder before the Annual Conference Monday night, November Smith were recently seen

ter of Johnson C. Smith Evangelist Elder N.J. Marian White and State Baptist Church. Rev. J.W. Jones 11. The week long, ser day night, Nov. 17 at on the Ken Knight Show

University Alumni Association Eutsey Elder Marian Mother Nonee Jackson Services will be con- 'pastor, announced.All vices were inspiring.Each True Holy Temple, 1854W. on T.V. The program will

and the Music WhiteState Mother Nonie urging all women to assist ducted by local churches boards auxiliariesand night prominent 45th St. be narrated by two of

Department of Woodland Jordan Deacon Eddie in making the event ministers and congregations each member who have ministers, and their Elder L.R. Bruno Wil- the couple's close
United Thomas. Sister and will end Sunday liams will direct the
PresbyterianChurch. Thelma outstmding. not paid out their budget congregations shared in friends. program chair-

This Universitywas Jordan Minister Aretha The YPH Union will meet Nov. 24. will be urged to do so the fellowship of the opening night's ser- men Mrs. Jackson and Benton -

organized April 7, Paulk and others will at 6 p.m. with Miss The order of events since this will be the meeting.Rev. vices. He will be accompanied are asking that all

1867. This school will assist in the Assembly Buthean Simpson assistedby follows: |last opportunity to do L.S. McCree of St. by his choirs, groups be present for the

celebrate its centennialin Monday morning at 10 a. m. Deacon Thomas pre- Monday Districts 1, 2 Petersburgh was the boards and congregation opening services to vie

1967. Thus in 4 yearsit Opening services will siding. and Choir 1 of Sweet- so.The pastor, Rev. J. W. guest minister for Sun- members. for Attendwnce honors
,field Baptist, Rev. D. Others in charge of the
will be 100 years. include devotions con- Jones will deliver his day Nov. 10th. and to facilitate removing -
duction New Bethel B. Barnes. Rev. A.J. nightly services throughout -
by Deaconess closing message for the Second Baptist Church any interruptions
Hughes. St. John Bap- the week will include -
Flora B. Williams. Mon AME ChurchThe conference year and he will move back into in the program once
OIITUARIESWillie tist and Rev. C.J. Crosby :
day night's service business sessionof is expecting all membersto normal activity with the arted.
Trinity Baptist.: Monday night, Bishop
Washington. 822 which begins at 8 o'clock the Quarterly Con- be present.The Sunday services for Nov. Honors Set
will Tuesday Districts 3 W.h. Williams from the
Leila Street. feature devotionsin ference which began recently annual Women's Day 17.
charge and 4 and Choir 2 of Eastside; Tuesday ElderR. For Rev., Mrs.J.S.Johnson.
Mrs. Emma Berry, 334 of Deacons featured sermonsby observance was an out-
Bethel Institutional Cox; Wednesday, ElderW.
Earnest Street. Sylvester Edwards and Rev. A.R. Richardson standing success and the Sister CohenSPOn50yin9
Baptist Rev. R.H. Wil- A. Warren; Thursday
Rev. William B. Perry Benjamin. Minister presiding elder. West !pastor wishes to express Friends from throughoutthe
son; Rev. R.L. Wilson Is Elder A. Hawthorn. Elder
27 Jones Street. Aretha Paulk will deliver Jacksonville District sincere thanks to the of- community and members
West Friendship Baptistand A.L. Alexander will be
Charlie Williams. 5222, the' welcome addresaSoloists the election of Brother' ficers, members and many of St. Stephen AME
:: Rev. S.M. Gatson Two Musicales in charge. Friday night
Rita Street. '-- .:' and musical .,.0. 'Jackson as secretaryand friends who cooperated Church will assemble la
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First 'Samuel Baptist f Elder E. W.
: Madrey and
Rev. John H. Jones; "1363 will hIgh- the recording'offinancial so fully toward the New St. Stephen' auditorium -
welcome address, Mrs. F. Elder Aaron Mobley and
Harrison Street. nightly. services reports from event s success. Friday, Nov. 15
E. Holzendorf; appreciation Sunday at 3 p.m. E.
Mrs. Helen Warrington. the various boards.. This year's event was at 8 p.m. to honor Rev.
Mrs.. Florida Neal and her Prayer Band
1075 W. Duval Street The assembly,will con- The presiding Elder held in the Education w- and Mrs. J.S. Johnson
Granger. with singers invited
Rev. Willie L. Evans, vene mornings at 10 a.m. read the scripture from building which will be during an Appreciation
Wednesday Districts 4 from the
602 First Street. and at 8 o' clock for the 4th chapter of St. dedicated to Bishop W. F. Program.
and 6 and Deaconess direct the program.
Mrs. Henrietta Tillman. nightly services. John. Ball during the annual The program's sponsor
Board of Emanuel Bap-
Sunday night's service
Cedar Hill Annex. Tuesday's daily and The officers and mem- conference Nov. 20--24. are expecting a capacity
tist Church Rev S.L.
will close the
nightly devotions will bers were loud in their weeklong attendance Friday night
Other (lull 1773 E.
Badger; Rev. B. F. Addison ORDER OF SERVICE revival with Elder W.
22nd Street.Mrs. be led by Sister Bea- praise to Brother James since for many years,
Sinai Baptistand
Robinson of the Churchof
Florence Williams trice and Deacon Booker Hawkins for the extra- Sunday School will begin Rev. and Mrs. Johnson
Rev. King, St. Paul
God in Christ and his
2064 Dina Street. Williams; Wednesday. ordinary report coming Mrs. A. M. at 9:30 a.m. with S. have been widely recognized -
congregation and choirs
Mrs. Joclia Wellington Mrs. Pearl Johnson and from the Stewards during C. Hart superintendentand as being foremast
welcome Mrs.
will conduct the
1506 Herman Street. Mother Lelia Underwood; which time he gave a aaithie pyles apprecia- teachers supervising vice. ser- among the coaaunity's

Mrs. BeBe: Crutch field. Thursday Deacon Eddie complete summary of the tion. classes. The processionalwill SISTER COHEN 1eaders.
1036._W. 25th Street. Thomas devotions with progress _hich New Bethel Thursday. Districts 7 begin at 10:55 and Sister Rosetta Cohen, r
Senior Bishop Edward has made under the morning worship will
Mrs' Helen Williams 844
and 8 and Deacon Board singer and gospel pro- ROYAL ART STUDIO
Bridier Street. White calling the houseto ership of Rev. C. E. Tos- start at 11 a. m.
Mt. Ararat Baptist Rev. directorwill
., order. ton from his present assignment Stewards and Stewardess gran spon- 515 DAVIS STREET
.****+*.******** Woo en' s Day will be ob to New Bethel. D.J. Graham; Rev. J.M. Board 1 will observe its sor two programs, Sat-

t Bryant. Moncrief Baptist anniversary at 4:30 p.m. urday, Nov. 16 and sun- Order New at Rttari Prices

and Rev. King. St. day Nov. 17 in .FirstBorn
in the church auditorium. PHOTO GARBS
Paul Baptist and Rev. R. Temple, 825 W. Monroe -
The 6 p.m. evening wor-
Scott, welcome. Mrs. St.Elder A.L. Hill, Intfiv lluals-F aily CrllfS-Cl
ship sermon will be delivered -
Granger. Appreciation, host pastor.
by the pastor or COL8RSEPIATSNE
830 CASSAI Clyde Shipp. Saturday nightthe Hill
'an appointee. The Mis-
Friday. District 9, sisters, wellknown young
>sionary Twin Rally will
W. BEAVER Usher Boards 1 and 2, singing trio from Way-
get underway at 7:45 p.m. Quality Ptetefraplis*.
Dayspring Baptist Rev. cross Ga. will be fea- :
The annual meet-
1 report
2 LOCATIONS TO C.A. Weaver; First New tured on the program CHURCHES-WEBMNCS-S4CIALS
ing of the Steward and
Zion. Rev. L.J. Clayton; starting at 8:30 p.m.
SERVE VDU Boards will beheld
An tiocb.Rev. J.J. Jones. The three young ladies Dial EL 4.1M4.nowitPepsi,
Welcome, Mrs. Louise Monday night Nov. and their brother, who
18 at 7:30 p.m.Choirs is their piano-accom-
Hargrove; appreciation

I- rxtuitAT YOUR HEAVY WESTERN BEEF SALE! Deacon Sunday J., at Carter.3 p.m., Rev., Plan panist dren of,Elder are the A.L.chil-Hill. ;r.

LOW THCSI PtlCCS (NOW IN FULL SWING) 2nd BIG WEEK W.M. Hill Mt. Calvary; Sunday Program music Singing lovers groups are and invited -..

Rev. G.T. McCall Mt. Choirs 1 and 2 of Grant to participate on for those who 3 _
UP TO 30c A POUND Vernon; West Union, Rev. __
Memorial AYE, Church are the prograa.On .
A.F. Cummings; Eliza- inviting friends and the Sunday. at 3:30 p.m. think young i
beth, Rev. C.L. Culver
V2 BEEF public to a Musicale and Sister Cohen will spon- '

39 and congregations. Welcome Coffee Sip scheduled for sor another recital in :*: : .
.. B. Miss Wanda Taylor, .
Sunday Nov. 17 in the First Born.Missionary. .
home of Mrs. R.L. Burns W.T. Grant

ARMOUR'S YOUNG NORLINE Polite. 2124 Davis Street. will serve as mistressof

C Fountain Chapel Program highlights will ceremonies for both J JParents

HEN BUY NOW! SAVE 10c LB. AME Church be provided by out- events, and singers and

standing artists in the public are again
Budget Day will be observed I
their respective fields. welcome.
TURKEYS812LB Sunday at Foun- Y

tain Chapel Rev. F. W. =

AVG. Jones,pastor announced. t WHEN YOU ARE ILL
Members are urged to s
You Seek The Best Doctor
Cu* &Wrapped bring their reports up
WHOLE FLORIDA GRADE A to date in order for a When Your Doctor Prescribes

FRESH good report. ". ., _. Get Experienced Phanaacists

C LARGE EGGS Sunday School will begin :.*.' .According to Your Doctors

at 9:30 a. m. All Orders.We Use Only The Best
boards choirs and Dr. C. F. BlackProprietor
PIGS Quality Drugs
zDoz.85c ushers serving Sunday

B. will report prior to the

m. evening worship will A COMPLETE LINE OF

Flo. Grad.NAN SMOKED be preceded by a 15 Cosmetics Rubber Goods Candies Sundries have as much fun asyouflfsters '",
minute song service by '.

PICNICS the choir.WEEKLY -PR CRIPTICftS CAILED FOR AND DELIVERED- today...and, oaritai fun .

FRYERSUND25c! 29cii ACTIVITIES includes Pepsi! Nothing reaches yew PEPiXXAthFnt ; :

FOUND Monday, pre-conference Store .. II
appreciation service in Lilly's Drug like a cW tevtttag Papa.aser = --

the church auditorium. I Thtak ysuRfj say"Peptl, pteaer

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PROGRESS NOTED-Rev. Lan don L. Williams, presi- (photo right), giving the main address during the On the president's right is Elder L.B. Ross, pro renzo Campbell. Photo left shows officer, rank

i dent of Local 1408 International Longshoremen's recent testimonial banquet accorded his three gran chairman; Willie Ross Jr., co-program chairand file members listening to the President's ad- i

Association, AFL--CIO, is shown in backgroundI year administration in Buster Ford's Restaurant. man and Sam Ballard secretary E.Z. Mann and Ladress.. (Royal Art Photos by C.J.Simon).

NAACP Freedom Fund Gains Stanton DepartmentIs Eagle Scout Badges Awarded Colleges Receive s 19 .2 Million Northwestern PTA

Freedom For Americus, Four FeaturedIn To Twin Brothers, Kin Of Pioneerthe NEW YORK -- Gifts totaling ly to better human relations Northwestern's Sets Kov. 18 PTA Meet will

I $19.2 million in America and
i Local PublicationThe Court of Honor of the Cherokee Division, offer members and parents -
Defense Fund attorneys have been made to the
i AIERICUS, GA. --NAACP Legal have done much to in-
North Florida Council, Boy Scouts of America was and evulatioa pro-
Cooperative Educa- United Negro College the American
won release here this week of four youths held in St. Paul AME Church on Wednesday November prove econ- gram relative to the
tion Department of New Development Campaign omy. Dr. Mays said.
11, jailed since August 8th. Three of them faced the Stanton Senior High 6. The highlight of the evening was the awarding Charles G. Mortimer Dr. Mays pointed out organization school
of the Eagle Scout Rmk to Michael Stewart, son of curricula and will arrange -
11 charge of insurrection, a capital offense in this School was featured in Chairman, General Foods that while Negroes are
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis T. Stewart, Sr. and to Wilson for Interested
........................ the current edition of Corporation, and National 10% of the total national -
state. and William Baker, twins of Mr. ,and Mrs. Wilson parents to meet with
The youths had been McDaniel went free. Field News published by Baker. Sr. .................. Chairman of the Campaign population they comprise their children principal
Independent Life and National Jamboree to be announced at the only 3i} % of the
active in the drive to Legal Defense h Fund attorneys Accident Insurance COm- The Court of Honor held at Valley Forge in New York area kick of* collegiate, graduate and and teachers during the
chairman. Attorney EarlM. Monday nightNov. 18
win voting rights and C. B. King of pany and Herald Life Insurance 1964. luncheon at the Hotel professional enrollment.
was assistedby meeting in the school'scaetortuII
Company of this Merit badges and the Hilton.
Albany, Donald Hollo
use of public accomo- Attorney Leory D. THE PEOPLE Mrs. Georgia
city. j ranks of Second Class, Business foundationand
dations of Atlanta, Mrs. Motleyand Clarke; Dr. J. C. Downing Lewis, president an-
for Negro citizens civic leaders heard
of the special First Class, Star and SPEAK OUT!
chairman, Cherokee nounced.
in this tension Michael Meltsner of article was "Blueprint Life were also awarded. Mortimer and Dr. Benjamin .
Division; T.R. Ruther- -
I filled city. New York City, escortedthe for Tomorrow" by Harry ford, District COmmis- participating in the E. Mays Presidentof For the best in values ntercbariise
Meadows, manager. Jack- Court of Honor were L.R. Morehouse College, ,

i Jack Greenberg,Direci youths from Jail. sonville 21-1 as told sioner Advancement; C. E.Chairman Simmons Jr.and Aarons, Assistant Dis- Atlanta, Georgia present & appreciation of your business. SEERay's

tor-Counsel of the Legal to Kit Young. Miss Youngis trict Commissioner: the case forthe $50 mil
UL Offical NamedTo Rev. R.A. King, Pastor
a member of the Joseph Waldron. Camp lion program. Morehouse
Defense Fund which
was Greater Payne Chapel AME
firms' public relationsand Church. Maintenance; Walter Ran- College is one of the
Time StaffNEW
representing the youths 32 Negro Colleges within
publicity division.The dall, Sr. ; M.T. Brown;
4 in four simultaneouscourt YORK--William J. article itself is The inspiritional message H.L. Cheatham, Neighborhood the fund. 326 MAIN STREET
delivered by Rev.
Trent Jr.. head of the the results of a specialone Commissioner; Maxie 'It cannot be denied
actions at the R.J. Blaine, pastor of
United Negro College hour workshop con- Coleman, NeighborhoodCommissioner that these college, JACKSONVILLE 2, FLA. PHONE EL 3-9183
St. Paul AME Church, wasa
time of their release Fund since its foundingin ducted by Mr. Meadows and Eagle though meagerly supported -
challenge to the
here November 1st. made 1944 has been named recently at New Stantonin Scouts to work hard for Scouts Walter Randall, in the years past (Jacksonville's Oldest IndepeRdeM lew&urs)
Assistant Personnel Director the Cooperative Edu- Jr. and James Mason. have contributed mighti
the announcement. success and to live up
.I for Time Inc. it tion Department. The
He said that three- to the ideals of Scout-
a was announced jointly workshop had to do with
Ing and Christianity.The .
_1 judge Federal District today by Time Inc. Pres- the history of insuranceand Eagle Scouts are I
i ident James A.Linen and the principles that
Court sitting in Americus members of Troop 79, St.
UNCF Executive Committee make it work.Students .
,en Joined prosecutionof Paul AWE Church Alexan- I
Chairman Dr. FrederickD. were encouraged der
Stewart Scoutmaster.
the charges of unlawful Patterson.The to ask questions -
Scouts William and Wil-
assembly and Insurrection UNCF executive com- and to seek additional son Baker are sophomoresat

ruling them mittee accepted Mr. questions from Matthew w. Gilbert Su
Trent's resignation with their parents as to the High School and membersof
unconstitutional.Mr. importance of their beginning -
expressions of appreci- the School Band.

Greenberg also authorized ation for his long and insurance pro- Scout Michael Stewart isa QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
grams during the teen
successful leadership.Said
dispatch of sophomore at New Stan-

12000.00 bail bond though Dr. Mr.Patterson Trent: "Al-was years Plans of have their been ton and Senior also plays High in School the SPECIALS GOOD THRU SUNDAY AT EDGEWOOD AND AVENUE B

W money to Constance Baker urged to continue his pleted for the insurance school band. All three

work with the College officials to return to FRESH FLA. GRADE 'A'
Motley, Legal Defense scouts have served on WESTERN CENTER
Fund, the committee understands the school at a later the staff at Camp
Associate Counsel, who date for follow-up
his decision.His pur-
Coacoochee? for the past
was on the scene. new assignment is an two years and are registered /: ) PORK

-4 The students, Donald important and challenging poses.St. Paul for the 6th /. .-" _.
one, as well as an .-
i Harris, John Perdew, indication of the Ameri- Baptist ChurchServices Jags, Tigers (,'i, :-:'.;:. i-r. .( ;'

Raloh Allen and Thomas can business trend toward Nov. 17th will :, -". ..:f.,.'f.') CHOPS

Church PreparesFor high-level appointments open with Sunday schoolat Lure 20, 129Spectators 'I( .- -j.,. ..i.,.',".

Nov. 17 Tea for quali- 9:30 a.m. with Deacon ;:.'" .. -,:.-'.':-)
fied persons regardlessof West, superintendent f f.t't"! ; ,: <
Committees' oi the .'J
\ to _
First Church of race." and teachers in charge. .,'r "
Metaphysical ;
Mr. Trent will join the Devotions under super- t ': 19c
Science are GRAMBLING. La. (SPECIAL) 59c. :
f Time staff on January 1, vision of the deacon LB. LB.
laying plans for their Even if Grambling
annual Vusicale Tea but will continue to as- will start the 11 a.m. to enjoy healthy box

sist the College Fund morning worship. The its
LEO'S SHOE REPAIR office prosperity in
until its Development pastor Rev. M.J. Tro- four remaining home games PURE SIZE1FAB

Shoe Repairing campaign is completed well will preach the Tiger athletic officials

early in 1964.Royal sermon. Choir 2 and are assured of one

.If Any Kind Usher Board 2 wills thing---the gold earned

rv e. in the Southern Uni- LARD

; Is Oar Only Business Crown. At 3 p.m. the fellow- versity game won't turn S

shin service will be
Cola to dross.
145 Florida Avenue directed by the pastor
The Tigers and Jaguars,,
and Rev. W. Demp of lured 20,129 paid specta-
Beulah Baptist Church 55c
along with the choirs tors through the turn- 3 LBJAR 29 ,V
i stiles Saturday night
and ushers in St. Mathew for their annual Joist.

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Visits A & M Dr. WaliacelS-: Retains Public Service Lead
kt Studying t At Boston U. 'f.' ', '.:::::: : ,

2 4 wci BOSTON, Mass.- While ,, t 2; : d k

I serving as a teaching ; 'N.t' -.---.- .. Boy Scout Hews Officials. AtIj' A & M

r fellow at Boston Uni- -:; --- .
rJi '_.._ I
versity in the Educa- .-.. Over 300 scouts attended .
tional Clinic for Ele- the fall camporee fc', ( ,:', ,
: = C'O""
mentary School Teachers. .: : : at Clear Lake. The event

i Dr. Elsie H. Wallace is was a one night and two ,

f' enjoying an uneicelled days affair and Includedall tt

opportunity to for advance activities scouts.arranged The .Y M .
ci work with, apply : drtr
camp fire was arrangedand -:
and observe _
techniqueswhichwill : planned by Macedonia

great- ; Troop and it was an interesting .
I affair with
benefit the
ly *-*
the singing and stunts. --- -
Florida elemen- ........... STUDY AGRICULTURAL PRACTICES Assigned to study
S ENATOR= HONOREDFranklin -- tary school] F The Division regular field crop production practices at Florida A&M

D. Hamilton teachers, with] monthly meeting was held University Jonas W. Twua, Accra Ghana a seaiw

senior at Florida A&M whom she will at Nims School with T.T. technical officer in the Ghana Ministry of Agri-

University, majoring inchemistry work when she culture, left,and Robert K. Essiful. Ejura-Askanti
A&M LEADS UNITED FUND--Shown seated at the desk. Art Adams admin- presiding.
is shown here returns to her] adult Ghana, senior technical officer in the Gtoaaa Mia-
15 scouters at-
t istrative assistant to Leon county United Fund chairman. Worley Brown,
making the presentation position as WAl,ACE* tended. C.H. istry of Agriculture are shown here with Dr. C.B.
I and Dr. George W. (Gore Jr., president of Florida Mil University look Haugabrookwas
\ .of-an, honorary plaque chairman of the Departmentof over the record that proclaims FAMU again the leader' in the annual appointed chairman Owens center member of the faculty of the FAMU
from phi Beta Sigma fraternity Teacher Education at School of Agriculture and Home Ecoaoaics.
I United Fund Campaign. Looking on with pleasure at the fact that the of a nominating committee
to Atty. Leroy A&M University,
constituted to submit
in tile county to make its quota for a
t university was the first agency
t R.4Johnson, first Negro Tallahassee Florida.The the second consecutive year are left to right: John R. NorwoodSr. list of officers to A & M Prexy Underscores Guide LiHsOn
senator in the state of clinic, in which.Dr. serve during the ensuing
members of the United Fund steering
John Haugabrook and J.R.E. Lee Schools Educational Policies
Georgia since Reconstruction Wallace is working year.
committee at Florida A&M University. -.-.---.---.--.-.-
while -- --- -
Days. The son this year on. -- TALLAHASSEE One of the primary functions of an

of' lr. and Mrs. Verdell leave from FAMU on a Institution of higher education, to help students

Hamilton of Quincy, Boston University Tallahassee Round'up achieve perspective--as it educates and trains

young' Hamilton was Fellowship, provides a them--was underscored here last week by Dr. George

graduated from Carter- situation where experi- W. Gore Jr. president of Florida Agricultural aad
....... ............ ... ... '
Parramore High Schoolin enced teachers may engage What we would like to see In our business community .e.s Mechanical University.Dr. .o.sees***

Qjincy and aspires to in laboratory experiences ... .All business men and women members of Gore's statementcame is barely dry on loan

become a doctor. A member in reading as the Tallahassee Business league. The business and MR. BUSINESSMAN FOR 1 9 6 4 .* in the wake of a notes for tuition.To .

of Phi Beta Sigma work toward mas- affiliated deluge of inquiries
t they professional women the business : YOUR PICTURE WILL BE PLACED students and faculty
.fraternity, like Senator ter's or doctoral de- league.. Christmas decorations displayed near letterstelephone calls, members who are confused

: Johnson, he is also a grees.Dr. places where we operate businesses.. .. monthly WHO WILL RIGHT if HERE. charges and countercharges about directions to take
social and educational meeting of all *..* .. *.*
I member of Alpha Kappa Mu Wallace is also businessmen from parents in this era of psycho-

National Honor Society employed at the Boston held in various establishments .. ..some businessmen XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX patrons, alumni and logical conflict he has

th&Chemistry Club theM Institute of Reading becoming more active in the community. .. .. a friends of the Universityregarding also addressed some

e *, s Senate and the where she serves as a business scholarship set up for a deserving' stu COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES: In order to avoid business the basic reminders. And he

Student Government' Congress part-time staff memberLeaders dent ti the community.. .,businessmen sticking fatigue some of the business men are finding t recent indefinite suspension pointed up guideposts

'.: at FAMU.Official together rather than being afraid of competitionand profitable to participate in community activities.Most of two student for alumni who want

) FAMU more business men and women avoid the hazards of them attend church and take an active part. leaders in local civil their alma mater to be

Seek of becoming slaves to their enterprizes and oc- they also register with the scouts; serve on committee rights demonstrations.The positive related to

Probe Of Students k casionally closing shop. .. .Amen ; attend lodge or organization meetings and Florida A&M administrator civil rights phases of

N some participate in politics. s statementis the current social revo-
TALLAHASSEE.Fla.A( NPTallahassee's )-
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx to reply to
I city commissioners many lution in America.Dr. .
recently opened President-elect Knowles Ready to takeover-. xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx facets of the school's Gore pointed out

what observers on the local a. F.SFNATR. conversation with president-elect Knowles reveals publics. He addressed that the University has

r scene say "may turn out to be that he is the man for the job of president of the PROTECTING' YOUR BUSINESS FROM THEFTWe suggest himself to individualsand rules that must be observed -
'a Pandora's box". invite the Police chief to dis-
that the League organizations who
I.. league. He speaks of developing a unique program if universitystatus
The remark "this isn't intended -
4, and working to make the League go. This is the cuss the"probl em at one of their regular meetings.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx protested against the and accreditationare
to be a witch hunt,
followed the city commissioners' type of personality Tallahassee has been looking suspension of the two to be maintained by
for and by-golly we have found him right here in
student demonstration
Vote to seek an Inves- Florida A&M University.
tigation of the activities of our midst. DUES ARE PAYABLE--Your dues of $1.00 The Dokeys and Princesses of Omar are scheduledto leaders. He tried to

Negro and white' students at per month are now due and owing.No rush but please get together on Tuesday night at 8:30 p.m. in clarify issues for omens Week
Florida A&M university and hold it for tlin collector.
Florida State university who Pythina Lodge Building on McComb Street. The affair parents who have expressed Program Observed

have been participating In local xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx will be their bi-monthly whist tournament concern about
civil rights demonstrations.The which lately has been drawing a large number of the school's "teaching November 22nd
eager whist fans. I am told that door prize will
commissioners voted-
to a man, to ask the Leon LF.ADERS Willie =: == === ----- be given and there will be first and second prizesin and those who
of the seventh
County Circuit Court to impanel James demons, left and giving of a worthless checkby and of itself, isa the whist tournament Refreshments will also accused the school of highlight
Annual Women Week
a grand jury to Investi- Donald Rutledge, right, criminal offense; be served..the Pythians are boiling up a testi-
subjecting parents to
the students' activities. at Florida MIl University
gate look over trimester Basic prupose of Florida's law is not to punish monial for [)r. H.M. Efferson. member of the lodge.He .
Their wrath against the stu additional strain of will be the presentation -
dents plans for the 1963-64 the fraudlent obtaining' :money goods "or'ser-: : also serves as Master of Exchequer for the '
was apparently stirred to having to raise moneyfor of the
the boiling point by pamphlets Men's Senate at Florida vices by means of a bad check. Grand Lodge and for the local lodge. Dr. Fffersonhas young
fines when the ink
which A&M. Tallahassee. of worthless -- really been asset to the Order and woman who Integratedthe
were distributed throughout University, Its purpose is "to remedy the issuing : an deservesall
downtown Tallahassee last demons, presidentof checks and the chaos thus created in bankingand the commendations that the brothers could Young Matrons University of Arkansas -

week. The pamphlets circulated give.....Coming will School of Medicine,
the powerful campus business channels. up on November 10-16 be the
,' by students protested Hears Miss FarmerThe Dr. Edith Irby Jones of
fines and organization is a The crime of giving a worthless check is they 43rd Observance of American Education Week. The
jail handedout
by Circuit Judge Ben C. senior majoring in same, regardless of whether the maker program is sponsored by the American Legion Na anniversary of the HOUB ton. Texas; as guest
Willis against demonstration. health and physical 1. Received anything or nothing in exchange; tional Congress of Parents and Teachers and the Young Matrons of Tabernacle speaker du

The leaflets which were education. He is a na- 2. Was offering the check in payment of goods already United States Office of Education.The Missionary Baptist ring en All

__t signed by president of the Flor- tive of palmetto. where consumed or merchandise to be delivered in Federal Government looking for persons to Church was held on Sun- UniversityConvocation

ida A&M university student body he was graduated from the future; serve as Loan Specialists. Job pays from day. The theme for the ( [
i called Willis** court decision a1(4 Lincoln Memorial High 3. Was offering the check in payment of an account $6675 to $9475 per year. Applicants will be gradedon occacison was "Oppor scheduledfor
"mockery. or as a deposit on lay-away. tunity and Respon-
School. He is the son their experience education and training. APplications 9:05 a.
r Making restitution on a worthless check does not sibility" Speaker was
Fish Baits I of Mrs. Bertha demons will be accepted until November 15. m.Frida7.November ,
of Palmetto. Vice president constitute a defense or grounds for dismissal of Persons interested may get application forms or Hiss Mosura Farmer.Others a 22
of the Men s charges brought under Florida's bad check law information from the post office in their area.... on the program were as in the Lee

i- For Sale Senate Rutledge is alsoa It is a criminal offense for any person or firm The Big Bend was really lonely this past week follows; offertory and 'Hall Audi-
FishBait. : Red Wiggles senior. A native of to issue any check knowing at the time that there end. Most of the playmakers and fun lovers treked prayer. Miss Thelma J. A torium.

"3s.* Vpltrun Clearwater, he is the are not sufficient funds on deposit or credit established over to Tampa for the Rattler-Central State tilt Pender; OccasionMiss L. .' .l Baphasis of

( 'Si. ) $1.80 per son of Mrs. Julia Rut- with the bank to pay the check upon pre- which I understand was a good game. The Rattlers Perry; welcome Miss DR. JONES the week-
i sentation. went to redeem themselves and Rora Lee Richardson;history long
thousand. ledge. A psychology ma- on won by a wide program, spear-

Jones Gardens 825 jor, he was graduated xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxNew margln..P. Mrs. Jesenia Min- headed by FAMU women
J from the Florida School The County Fair was very good this year. We 'note or; introduction of students, under the direction I

Floral Street Tallahassee for the Blind at St. businesses in the city include a Florist that the authorities have moved us farther down speaker,Mrs. E.Hargrett of Miss Bdaa M.

Florida. Augustine, Florida. Shop on Pershing Street The Cosmopolitan Res- 'near the cattle.....That Sigma booth turned out to offering Mrs. Starkesand Calhoun Associate Deaa

taurant on Floral and the Hide-away Tavern on Old be a good business. If the brothers could just Mrs.Godwin;response, of Students in Charge

Bainbridge Road.; We would appreciate it from now get together on how It should be operated they Mrs. Eoma Wade; remarks o f women will bec

on,, if the old businesses would send greetings or could really make some money for their organization Mrs. R. Washington Mrs. entered around the I

1 1i flowers to new businesses opening in our city.Of .. Mattie Mob ey and Rev.C. theme "BroadefilBg the

course it would be a swell idea if the new business Wood pastor of the FAUU Women's Vision of
I would sponsor a gala opening program. We will We hope that this issue ax uu si ness news will appeal church. World Affairs

I be happy to render this service if the canagers to yon especially those who are not membersof

will let us know when they plan to cpen. the League. Suffice to say that you should join ..
i I those who are trying to make the business communitya SID P FAlllNeN OW .

I xxzxuxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxSocial better place in which: to do business.

1x Day HAIR :J;;
I Security FactsQUESTION Veterans ".

1J Xmas PlayTo Veterans Day was observed USE Sstker's ., 0

_ -- -....-... .. -- -.. .. : I am a 39-year-old widow with two in the Big Bend
Perform In area on Monday and as
rmt children and have been getting social security :
child will usual only a few members "SAVE IT"SA
since my husband died. My youngest Gibbs ThespiansST.
Tile Big Thru On WRFB be 18 in two years. Will .j checks be cut off of the Post turned out

then? PETERSBURG The for the parade which was

N ANSWER: Yes your checks will stop when your United Churches of about the longest ever is 1.- ..w ,....... for ... .4

youngest child reaches the child is not Greater St. Peters burgh held in the City. Many -.-..-. pN4.d d.a 4 M Wp P""f ....
.... .. Wr by .......,.. ec.1p b. ti. 4sv
then disabled. and the Chamber of Com- were seen loitering ....... .
/ #- t for tr* U f Iwir, FWNwrt
QUESTION: I will be 65 in November. How much work aerse will use Gibbs around or 0>ing fish- ....... orb.e tbss....-. pre cI d.Fi a.4 ntC

do I need to get social security payments? Will Junior College for the ing. Some were seen a- noon ....,.., ... yjvttiy tttwHfJ ke.-y en

ay wife also get payments? presentation of a long. A few diehards and e.,....... c....,.. ...rt, rtfckVy, Noise Imo.
.. ,- ANSWER: You will need 3 1/4 years work credits medieval play highlighting loyal members of the .is.. ... ..... toW....'. Crrwainf I.fy-" t"-

A If your v: fe is 62 she may also get payments. Christmas. Sneed-Pranklln Post AT LEADING COSMETIC COUNTERS :Y

1 i1oII Drama Coach Robert Law- proved that they were If your deafer don not haw"SAVE IT Mud SI...for -
2 ex. *u.. S1.SO for 4 ox. jar. (U and posted* in
-J TALLAHASSEE BOYS WANTED son announced this week worthy of wearing the ctudwttoEsther's '.

_ YNr that students of the uniform and cap by Aids / SOWentl Iln:i.tF
_ Yea Earn Cash Sellaf The FLORIDA STAB College will present participating In the Beauty New tfefk : .

t RaiC Iply! 2017 OweD ei ptoK 222-302 Magi"The Offering at 14 major of shopping the- parade. ..,

centers throughout --- -- -- --- -- -----'
C PersonalU the city on December r--- 'If

20th and 21st. I KUZZIN'S MUSIC BOX 1 "! .

VALUE LABELS/ of lege The five presentation Gibbs that Junior citizens Is Col-me !I YOUR 327 RECORD North Macomb HEADQUARTERS Street I.$-.\..


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.i SATURDAY NOVEMBER, 1 16 1 1963 ; --, ', FLORIDA STAR PAPERS & ACE 7OufstaMTmg

Groups Group To Observe Northwestern's Pearson Wins -T Programmed-- 2nd Baptist Group. KOZY KORNER DON1' tT TRUE YM GAR

a Silted Sunday Nov. 17th t Tea DCTers Hold. State NAACP Final Sunday preparations, Nov. 11 for Slates Nov. 17 Tea 8th & DAVIS STS. Have It RKMttMMtf At

For Fountain Chapel The Les Coquette Officers' ElectionAnnual Presidency the Annual Tea to be The Women's Auxiliaryof Take Out Food Service EDDIE' KAI!! M6T0RS
the Ministers and
Charity Club will pre- presented Sunday. Nov. Pay As Little As
election of officers
Two well known gospel Deacons union of Duval Specials Every Day
sent its annual Coffee WINTER HAVEN -- Rut- 17 from 4 until 6 p.m.
for the
groups. The Sensational Sip Sunday Nov. '17th school year was 1963--64 recently ledge Pearson, president in the First Church of and Adjacent Counties Call EL 4-6531 $5.. Per ftfMtk

Harmonizers of Tallahassee from 4--6 p.m. in A.L. held by the DCTers of of the Jacksonville the Metaphysical s new till sponsor a SeasonalTea 655 W. Adams St.
end the Mighty Trum- Lewis Branch YWCW. ., Mrs. Northwestern Senior Branch NAACP and former auditorium were announcedby Nov. 17. from 4 to Quick Service Fine Foods
High EL 4.1151
peteers of Mobile. Ala., at the Mt. Herman
Maggie 0. Kellom, president state vice president Mrs. Lillian L. 6 p.m.
will be featured in con- Recreation Center.Outstanding .
announced thi <
|was elected Hutcheson and Mrs.:
New officers
cert Sunday night Nov. are talent will
.president Frances T. Johnson,
17 at 8 o'clock in Fountain Eunice Twiggs, president be
Principal speaker will presented. Missionary
f the State chairmen.
Chapel AMP Church. be'Mrs. J.S. Johnson. ; Gloria Hunt, vice [ronferencejof A varied and entertaining workers and friends are CLARKSMEATSHOICE
president; Frances Hans-
Friends and the public Mrs. E. Harper will be Branch program will be invited. Mrs. W.a Luca?
berry secretary;
are invited. mistress of ceremonies* [during the featured under the direc- is chairman and Mrs.
yr.: Mitchell sec-
+t [annual meeting tion of H.A. Preen music Beatrice Hawkins is pre-

.. retary; Margaret Porter jf3 1510 SAN MARCO 1601 UNIVERSITY IN LAKEWMI
DirectionBy treasurer held director at Edward Waters sident of the Auxiliary.
; Geraldine |here last cVlTege who is servingas Lakewood Store Open Sun. 9 a.m.-7 p.m.
chaplain Jacque-
Levy ; Calendar Tea
J. Reddick i weekend. chairman.The .
By line Thomas reporter program CLARK'S" lENDER TASTY
E ARE. TOO AFRAID. Roscoe White, business Pearson defeated public is invitedto Members of Lily White S
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his attend the event and Lodges 217. 218 174 and 00
manager and Leonard Be-
This generation has placed. top value cm luxury. only opponent Rev. Leon those who have not had 166. will present a cal- 1
vard sgt. at arms.Representatives
opportunity to inspect endar Tea Sunday. Nov. S SBe
We.havt.high{ standards in aiipnixiaately every art, for the Lowry of Tampa, former an
incumbent. the church's recently 17 from 4 to 6 p.m. in
a ofluxurious living.' Unfortunately of have District Conventionwhich
rany irk meets once annual- The new state president completed facili- Shiloh Baptist Church.An sure to sec BIOGRAPHY every Wed. Nit on Oiaaael 4

; aiiusce'hls/. opporf imity. *e have Irarned tosucrificr who was elected last ties are cordially invited interesting programis
ly are: Eunice Twiggs Educational and EtaterUiniag
at 7 -
promised. p.m.
;',iinciple.s in oreter to secure Juxurj.f Jacqueline Thomas. year for a two year term to do so.
\ as head of the JaxBranch
Geraldine Levy Leonard "
Bevard and Leonard will continue serving thee r
Scales. Rhonda Mitchelland branches Its Wader.

Leonard Bevard are The regular weekly meeting -

k. .. representatives for the of the Jax, Branch. [3iJ3(
( countywide organization. NAACP will be held Sun
day, Nov. 17 from 4 until
student Presently trainees working in as 5 p.m. in Mt. Zion PRICES GOOD FRIDAY SATURDAY And MONDAY ONLY

WHY IS- AME Church; official
practical positions are:
Rhonda Mitchell a announced. Quantities Limited Shop Early
\ clerk at Kozy Korner; The general public in
addition to regular members
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Prep Football Jamitcan Star Buford Wins Space, Age.., 'Scientist State Commission Lists

:Douglas Anderson 14. .....'-.M rray'12 Sparks CCNY Brace Of TitlesNEW yL r. Hunting Safety 11111.tills

i Stanton 20.. ................. ......Beach High 20 YORK (ANP) -
Parramore 13... .. .... .. ..... ..Lincoln High 0 third baseman Don Buford TALLAHASSEE list of "things to do and re-

M.W. Gilbert '19........... ........Northwestern 13 Soccer Team has added the Most Valuable S member" for Florida hunters was issaed today 'by _

B.T. Washington 14. .. ... ... ... .Hays 13 player award to the A.D. AI eirich, director, Came and Fresh Water FishCommission.

.-.- .- .-.-.. .- .-.. .-.-.-.- .-.- .- .-.- .-.e.s .-.- .-
NEW YORK -- (ANP) -- batting championship of

The complete soccer the InternationalLeague In the Interest of or military-style cart-
player!" He won the bat- safety good sportsmanship ridge or .22 calibre

MECHANIC ON DUTY That is bow soccer ting title after hit- s-. + and staying out of rimfire cartridges while

Coach Harry Karlin of ting 336 for Indianapolis -., ,ry; troublehunters should: hunting or taking deeror
Ike Joseph ---------- ----Proprintor '
City College of New : rr"y iPICTURED Obtain a copy of and bear.

State and Jeffer.snr Streets El 6-9432 refers to Cliff Soas Buford. last week was become familiar with Always check huntingarea

27-year-old Jamaican voted the league's' most the State and Federal for illegal bait

_ star of his team. Soas, valuable ,layer by base- i h hunting rules and regu and never shoot birds

r /IA Karlin readily admitshas ball writers in the circuit r 'I ation s.Always. over baited area.

given the "Beaverd' s 10 cities. Don handle firearmsin Never hunt turkey witha

::1 DISCOUNTPRICES team a real shot in the outdistanced all 'opponents -"*' such a manner that Dog and don t hunt or
for the award, here is Allen Turner research engineer
arm. "w'' you or people are kill a swimming deer.
on the Ford Motor Company Research and Engineering
His closest competitor1 not
As an offensive star endangered. Never carry or use a
staff making a test with an evaporation chamber.
I_ who features a "deadly was Richie Allen Turner received his B.S. degree from the Uni- Obtain the regular gun with a light in the

kick with either foot Arkansas outfielder who versity of Michigan in 1950. He is married and state hunting license woods or on the water

LAY.AWAY NOW FOR CHRISTMAS and a good head shot, received two votes toBuford's lives with his family. (they have a daughter in from a county judge and at night.
23 of a possible Ann Harbor)
Sc-as scores in virtually the special hunt area
-- -- permit in addition to Wildcats 0Nat'l ,
BICYCLES every game his team
20"-24"-26" I 1 a.ys. When he scores WITH SPORTSTHE Tenn. A & I your regular hunting Poll
the team wins. license before enteringany
Boys' or Girls'American "Cliff is the bestforward Has Problems of the wildlife
Charles J. Livingston management been listed for over a
we've had herein areas super-
Mod. five years, Karlin CHICAGO---ANP---Heavyweigbfr.champion Sonny NASHVILLE Tenn. (ANP) vised by the Commission.Buy month as one of the top

REG. $34.50S2999 said of his star adding Liston has been called many, many names, but no Its becoming fashionableit a duck stamp and ten defensive units

"We'd certainly have no one has ever accused him of being a sage. To seems for football write your name in ink among small colleges in

club this year withouthim. Sonny's critics, he is a brute inside the ring teams to field several across face of stamp the nation the rugged

and a bloated, sullen man outside'of' it. players with identical before hunting ducks or Bethlne-Cbokman College

Yet there is a lighter humorous side to the surnames. Wildcats climbed into
Soas, who was born in geese.
Kingston Jamaica but champion of fisticuffs. Underneath his tough ex- West Philadelphia High Respect the property of first place in Total

COLEMAN. STOVE came to the states in terior and in his supposed, fiendish mind flowsa School bas a team with others and always ask Team Defense and also
subtle kind of witticism that sometimes dum- seven Williamses on its holds down the second
1957. has been starringin permission cross-
Two-Burner founds even his craftiest critics. It is the type roster five in the place spot in the nationin
ing fences
soccer virtually all or huntingon
i of witticism typical of'ex-champ Joe Louis during starting lineup. Team Defense
Reg. $1488 his life. He started private lands.
his ring heyday. And Tennessee State
according to official
$17.95 playing at seven. start- Never use full-Jacketed
When Sonny Liston is not being antagonized by University here has come statistics released this
ing early in sports is the press gentry, he carrbe as artful as a come-
JUNGLE HAMMOCK up with the Smith week the National Association -
typical for
most young- dian, and ,just as inventive. But he is not a poet Brown Leads
sters in the West In- Brothers. who may of Intercollegiate .
.. and he doesn't waste words-in long spiels like
Regular$11.95 ,dies. prove Just as potent as Athletics and
Cassius Clay, his gaseous adversary. Sonny'sforte Hickok Award'sVoting
Soas was a soccer star namesakes in the cough- the National Collegiate
UNION HARDWARE SKATES 3.88 is the short Jolting gulp. He surpriseswith
.t..s in high school. After drop business.The Athletic Bureau.
'2.95 banter and thought-provoking remarks when he Sept.
ALUMINUM CHRISTMAS TREES graduation, he joinedthe Smiths, not relatedare These statistics released

SWING SETS WITH SLIDE ,.,. :19.88 Melbourne Cricket is least expected to be funny Chicago Nolan Fletcher and NEW YORK Professional November 1, indi-
In the of showed in
summer 1962Sonny
RACKS '2.95 Club in Kingston and up Joe C. and they are football's all-time cated that in five games
JEEP a:1.95 to sign for his long-sought title fight with
played for its team giving Tigers' Coach leading rusher, Cleve- the Wildcats' opponents
THERMO UNDERSUITS (um, 3.18 Floyd Patterson. He was brooding (and still is)
which won the all-island John Merritt a fit try- land Browns' Jim Brown have tried 231 plays
CAMOUFLAGE SUIT ((2-PC.) 7.90 because Floyd was cutting him in on only 12S4 per
.sum championship, ing to keep up with them nosed out famed Los that have netted 480
SHREDDED PLYFOAM ,.,. <*. i. 49c He was drafted into the cent of the fistic mellon the lowest sum ever' during grid contest. Angeles pitcher Sandy yards or an average of

18" Trainer BIKE with BRAKE s o'19.88:: U.S. Army in 1958 even paid one a, challenger therefore in expected heavyweight him to fight come up history.No with a. This is particularlytrue Koufax and world's 96.0 yards per game.

PUP TENTS-Reg. '6.95 . . .5.95 though he was not an quip of any kind, but Sonny did. when all three are series hero by one vote The Bethune-Cookman Defensive -
American citizen, because playing at the same during the Sept. ballot- unit has been
SLEEPING BAGS-Reg. '8.88..6.88HUNTING he was here on a When a reporter asked him what plans he had for time. Nolan has six ing for the 14th annual very stingy and most

COATS-Reg. '9.88 .'8.88 permanent visa and fighting Patterson Liston replied: "I Just wanta brothers and seven sis- & Rae Hickok "Profes frustrating to the rush-
1960. refree who can count 10" As it turned out
served from 1958 to ters.
TANKER JACKETS-Reg. '5.88 .'4.88 sional Athlete of theYear" ing attempts of the opposition -
During his military ser- that was really all he needed. When Nerritt calls out;, award. in five gases
INSULATED SUITS-Reg. 1 10.95om'8.88 he Later during training someone that he "
vice in Germany captained Hey. Smi ty, they Brown edged Koufax 130 B-CC opponents have made

COLEMAN LANTERN TWO :SI1?,",.,, 14.88 his artilleryunit was holding back his awesome right hand, or that all come running. And to 129 in the monthly 143 rushing attempts for
team and playedon it was juts plain slow. Asked Liston: "Want to
303 BULLETS 762 BULLETS .Ea. lOc referring to the first balloting despite Xou- a net gain of 119 yardsto
get behind it?" The reporter turned down the in-
------------------------ the All-European Army : name of each doesn'tsolve
fax' receiving 36 first give the Wildcatfoesan
I We also rent tents and camping equipment, sell I team which played some vitation.The the situation com-
place votes for 36 average of 23.8 yards
I I boat cushions double deck bunks and make I of the best German ama- other day in Los Angeles, Listen held courtat pletely, because theSmith's
I and repair tarpaulins, drop curtains, boxed I points to Brown's 19 per game. i
1 I covers, boat covers, trailer awnings; mattresses, I II teur teams. another press conference. The atmosphere are an ambitious first markers. Outstanding in defen-

-1 I I 1 1I army goods, blankets, work clothes, rainwear, I I1 I His playing in Germanywas congenial and the champion was in a jovial mood. jealous lot who are anx- Other monthly winnersin sive play have been

_ I foam scout gear, camouflage clothing, etc. I I so impressive that Naturally he was asked about 'Clay. Sonny said he ious for action. If Nolan addition to Brown Charlie Tiny*"' Johnson

# I WE ALSO HAVE NEW I USED FURNITURE I he was offered a contract -, wasn't worrying about that brat. Not a bit. Then gets in the lineup, and Koufax were Cin- 300 lb. Senior 'tackle

I AT DISCOUNT PRICES _.Ir t with a professional on second thought he explained that "The Lip" Joe and Fletcher want cinnati Royals' Oscar from Miami Florida,
team in Frankfurt before might troublesome when they get together in
-"ii Beach Store Open 7 Days Each W..kSMliliBllPM prove in, also. Robertson hockey's Gor- whose agility and speedin
he was released by the ring. Said Sonny: The pride of the mith

die Howe and golf'sJulius spite of his size
the Army. "I think clay might give me trouble.
i He mightrun. clan, however, is Nolan. Boros and Jack gets him in on many
a But Soas decided to re- I got tired feet and tired blood. My blood Described as too smallto Nicklaus who are among tackles.The .

turn to America to ISreal, tired. You, know, a guy cut me on Monday keep in the starting others vying for the Wildcats' next home
study chemical engineering and I didn't bleed until Saturday." Everybody lineup Nolan neverthe-
$10.000 belt. game will be against
427 West Adams Street Phone Elgin 6-0241 at c.C.N.Y. laughed.- But one reporter wasn't satisfied. He less is fast enough and Last year's Hickok Belt Fort Valley State Col-
10135 Beach Blvd Phone RA 4-2662 Coach Karlin is glad he pointed out that Patterson, who is faster than smart enough a football Wills
winner was Maury lege. This will be the
7 did. Clay, tried running and got flattened twice. player to "deliver the Dodgers' world's record last time that B-CC will

goods, when called holding base stealer. play at home this year.
FSU Students .
upon for "special as- ,

;;T:,;;: '-r :::;' i ?S I Denied Scholarship signments" by Merritt.

; : .S Nolan got one of those MAGNOLIA GARDEN K FIRST DRUG STORE
1 '
s Aid t For PicketingTAILAHASfEE special assignment against '

(ANP) Florida ASM Uni-

Veteran observers of versity, which fieldsone pIp1: : Mer Von'sPharmacy

war the Tallahassee scene of the biggest and ;

h. x. were recently specula- roughest lines in col- ;, J

: } ting what "gentle re- lege football recentlyand '.
\ minders" from the came through with

; Florida power structure flying colors.

/ prompted Florida State All Nolan Smith a 5-7
University's action against 167-pound freshman from 2735 West Erffewood ATCHC '

I : ''tp students who have Jackson, Miss. did was

figured in a recent to return four punts fora Let Us Fill Year Hut PresstiiwWe

s- v civil rights demonstration. total of 243 yards,
Pick Up & ielirer Free
including one for 83

: Florida State uni- yards that was the Wide Assortment Of Ptteit Mtfctos
\ ; versity announced in
R winning touchdown in
:1\t {
Cosmetics Sundries Cnfectittefy
Mrs. Phyllis Cook prepares a bedtime Oct. that it had placed Tennessee State's upset -
snack for Kimberly-eggnog made with five white students who
win over the FAMU RAt-
Carnation (her own recipe Is below). took part in a mass tlers. Please Dial PO -4485 or PO 5-1SS2:;
"The children love cocoa made with
demonstration at a local I.D. Harris, Reg. Phara.
Carnation, too-it's so creamy. And The other Smith boys
Carnation is the only milk they drink." movie theater on proba- also contributed to the
Even when you add an equal amountof tion for the remainderof
water.Carnation is richer than sweet
whole milk.* their time at the

.s.DA.HOJM&OO#4."Comportion of Fawtt." university.The .
University of Fla. Edward Waters College"TIGERS"

rrecIpe at Gainesville which ,
I I |LI ------- had two students involved ...'"
I CARNATION I and 'Florida MM .l"
I I University here in
L I HIGH-PROTEIN EGGNOG II Tallahassee where more :

- i- I II (II...X Iwrc glaftful 1 than 100 Negro students :. .
: ,
1 egg participated, still have > (:
N'\ ,'
I -:
1 "" t 1 heaping teaspoon sugar the latter under con- -
Edward B. Cook production director at Radio Station WAOK. entertains his son J 1 small can (%cup; ) chilled I : FINAL HOME GAME
Edward.Jr. l'/i. and daughter Kimberly, 3%, at his turntable. Beth children started undiluted CARNATION I sideration. If'
t on formulas made with Carnation, world's leader for infant feeding. 1 EVAPORATED MILKt. I IVa C At FSU. the five students
were also restricted -

!i Popular Atlanta disc jockey I Vanilla cup cold waterNutmeg I I for the rest to of the the campus cur- Nov. .16 .. .Kittrell College ='

I rent trimester. The.tri-
presents his "Small Combo"They Separate egg white from yolk. Beat mester ends in December
yolk and sugar with rotary beater until I
light Add water to Carnation.then add with the beginning of All Home Games Will Be Played at
:. started on Carnation, stayed on Carnation...the milk with to egg yolk mix the Christmas vaca-
extra Vitamin D for strong bones sound teeth and steady growth. ture. Beat well I tion.
ChilL Beat egg I Myrtle Avenue Ball Park ,
I The Disciplinary COBittee. -
9 How does a law student become a amateur artist-and an artist in the white until fluffy.
radio star? Edward Cook did it with kitchen as welt When the Cooks entertain t I Beat well into ma $ I headed by Dean
i ture. Add a drop
and to small at dinner there is I of Students R.R. ogles
a dynamic personality an urge groups of vanilla flavor I off 8
entertain that just wouldn't go away. always a homemade cake a frozen I I ing if desired. said It was convincedthe kick ,....

As a pro-law student at Fisk University dessert, or a fabulous pie. I I Pour into large experience of these
,lie also.concentrated on dramatics. "Carnation makes such a heavenly and sprin. I \.
I students and the punishment -
Both Mr.and Mrs. Cook are active in cream pie filling." Mrs. Cook volun kie with nutmeg t
little theater groups. Mrs. 'Cook a teens "and such a tender cake. Best I EpjTJrra. of a Jail sentenceor Tickets On Sale ,At Edward

1957 graduate of Louisville General of all, it whips beautifully for home. .Ca.te.he ro.r o etdltK fine handed out by

Hospital. .cr"" .School of Nursing- is an. "-'..,-made' ':": cream. ". and frozen desserts --. !' Willis Circuit"have Court profoundl Judge Ben Waters College Business- Office'PAGE

Affected them.

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.a ;f EWC's Tigers Face Rugged Kittrell Here In Final Home Stand .. .

C..f.r..c. StmiliRis Hi.leOa Reds To EyeGrtchtr Ii Final Home Stand FAMUans Inspects Holland Citri

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'< J'' <" <" ij:, Gym
,"- -m"'ft:{ :? : With Other
Sitvrdoy's GMM Here CmpUlI 5 TALLAHASSEE Membersof i

Once beaten Edward Waters College's Tigers One of the most deter- 7't- the University Com- All A..riclisrp

face a 'spoiler' in their final home mined players Manager munity Council, a town- --
and-gown organization
t stand here Saturday night at Myrtle Avenue Fred Hutchinson will
affiliated with Florida r. )'
Ball Park when they take on perrenially greet at Tampa. Florida .
powerful Kittrell College from Kittrell, when his Cincinnati Reds D A&M University were i.J
tkken on a tour of the
- Lt N.C. The game gets underway at 8 o'clock. start training is a 26-
....' .................... year-old righthand hitting F. new FAMU gymnasium during -
The Jack Paul coached day to the .STAR, Coach the recent October
Tigers ranked sixth Jack Paul said his monthly eeting. Host
the name of Jim Campbell -
1r nationally among the Tigers came.out of the 0.N and hostess of the meet-

nation's small colleges' 51-6 victory over unbeaten Campbell, purchasedfrom ing were Dr. George W.

defensive units, will South Carolina Houston on October Gore Jr. president of h"K

be eyeing anotherSouth- Area Trade School herea 9, has had more than his the University, '!and' Mrs.
eastern Athletic in fine Gore.
Con- fortnight ago
share of misfortunes and
ference title which will physical shape, and although feels that his illluckis The council memberswere

also be pending on the he didn* t appear all behind him now conducted on a tour

outcome of Albany; state overly optimistiche and he will find a per- of the new $1.000.000

final contest.A admitted that he expects manent home in the major R S physical education plantby
win by Albany over Saturday's encounter ; Dr. Oscar A. Moore
leagues with the Cin-
Morris and a victory for to windup in head of the Departmentof NEW YORK -- Dr. Jerome
cinnati Reds.
the Tigers will return victory for his charges.The Physical Education, (Brud) Holland was aexmg
the bunting back to the The six foot 190
usual pre-game and and Alonzo S. Gaither, the famed gridiron
Jax College. pounder has suffered
halftime festivities are s head football coach and greats Baking headlines
In a statement Wednes- through injuries ill-
promised for tne capacity __ athletic director at 25-years ago who were
ness and a near-fatal
expected attendance of FAMU. recently cited .by Sports
Giants accident and has carriedon
Dispel fans who have supportedthe s Facilities of the gym- illustrated during te
where a less deter-
r4 Tigers in splendid TIGERS' HOPEFULS The above trio of Edward Waters College Tigers' nasium include an audi- 1963 Silver Mniversar'AllAmerican
mined person might have
Training Camp fashion during their abandoned his baseball captains are expected to have a capacity attendance of local supporterson torium that seats 4,200 Award

games all season. hand when the Jack Paul coached powerhouse faces perrenially tough persons, plus a 45' by inner.
lias RillorsSANFORDAnswering career.
Campbell, who has suf- rival Kittrell College from North Carolina Saturday at 8 p.m. in Myrtle 826" outdoor swimming The Award states the

a K. C. Star Leads fered broken fingers, Avenue Ball Park. Leaders from left are: All Seac Conference 210poundend pool. honorees were not saluted -

p telegram inquiring about sprained ankles and Ivery (Lucky) Black, Jacksonville: All Conference back, Willie Members of the council for superiority

the racial practices of Nation's Rushers other ailments which Simons, 201, Lake Wales; and Charlie Grover, 170-pound back from Jack- present at the meeting of griditon performance

the May fair Motel and sonville. included: Dr. R.L. but rather for tfcft4r
have sidelined him for
Hotel Inn in Ranford, CHICAGO (ANP) Gale Anderson Dr. W.H. Baker successful p rfonMM 4
parts of the season in -
Florida Mr. Edgar P. Sayers university of Rev. David H. Brooks, in life during the
almost he
every year JC'S Moving
Kansas star took over Rattlers Bomb intervening years. "
Peeley, Treasurer & Attorney played in pro ballfeels Miss Edna M. Calhoun
for the rushing leadership among Two-tine All ri6
r-- ran Fran- that he is still a Dr. H. Manning Efferson.
clsco the nation's 'big college very NationallyIn and Holland played eH rituils stated that Aaron Gaines, Dr.
ball carriers in a week- lucky fellow. AO T 32 U powerful Cornell U. tea
there is no racial dis- .Jim. with his wife, I Sports Mrs. Gore, Mrs. DorothyG.
crimination policy in end report. Georgia and threeyearold Holmes. Dr. James and did not play pro-
practice at the two Sayers. who finished GREENSBORO N.C. -- to Denson for the games Hudson Herman Landers. fessional football.
son, Greg, were ST. PETFRSBURG A few
facilities owned by the fourth last season with Sparkling aerial per- third TD. Rev. M.G. Miles Otis The distinguished Hampton -
driving to their Menlo of Florida's Junior col-
1.125 yards became the Oats caught a Tullis Institute president
coq>any. formances by senior Mobley Mrs. W.R. Perkins -
California home
Park leges can compete in
fourth different ball- for brace of received his BE a&d M6
The telegram sent to quarterback Jim Tullisof passes a Mrs. M.M. Pope
1 after the Houston Buffs events
the Giants by Robert W. carrying pacesetter this of the American Associa- Miami sparked Pla. extra points and world open sports spon- Dan Speed, Rev. C. K. degrees fro Cornell and
sored by the National
Saunders<< NAACP Florida season with 555 yards in A;M Prattlers to a resounding dash champion Bob Hayes Steele and Mrs. MamieJ. his doctorate from tM
tion had lost out in Junior College Athletic
Field Secretary asked if six games. 32--0 win over from Jacksonville aided Strong. University of Pennsylvania. -
the playoffs in Sept. of Association if they de-
the facilities and the Among the leaders in 1961. CIAA powerhouse AiT Col- the winner's cause by The University Com- .

golf course were owned that department were Torn lege during the annual gathering in a Tullis sire. munity Council coope- During his ottttaad4ft
The Campbells had their
by the Giants and if Vaughn Iowa State who affray between the two pass from 32 yards out. Those that are membersof rates with Florida A&M career he has bees
station loaded
segregation was allowed.Mr. was third with 536 yardsin new wagon big clubs here last The slick maneuvering the NJCAA can compete University in a variety squally famed as a. educator
with their
in swimming. golf track
Feel ey' s reply six games; Jim Gray Saturday.The Miami signal caller had of areas that relate to administrator,
ings and about ten miles and field, and tennis.
stated that his "Com University of Toledo Gaithermen broke things going for himself the welfare of students author and leader of
from Tuscon. Mrs. Camp- What is focusing the
pany does not own the swifie with 473 yardsin into the scoring columnin by completing 8 and staff members and young men. He has received -
Mayfair Inn and the six games; and Mike bell took over the the' first period out of 15 passes for a spotlight on national the ongoing of the uni- hany awards for
and Jim held
driving is the fact
Garrett, University of total of 161 yards. competition civic fri bet loss.
Motel and there is no after Carlton Oats of versity. Of particular con
young Greg on his lap as that the state athletic
Southern California Charlie
segregation practiced at Tampa snatched an A&T Teammate interest are the areas
the youngster was aboutto Association the Florida *
414 yards in led the Rattler rushers
either location.:" sophomore pass and sped alltheway -- of housing employmentand Slrvkls
to sleep. A
go in Junior College Athletic
The NAACP has thanked six games. to the one where he with 37 yards recreation involving Sound Service for Ad-
blew ,out ,and the heavily Of the 297 Association, recently
threedaytie -
him for his letter clarifying Gray was in a was knocked out' of -attempts. members of the academic vertising Dance. Ball
lead loaded car went out of gained by the voted to expand its
for the scoring yards
the policy and bounds. Tullis plunged community. Games etc. Also l M Id
touchdowns control. The car turned Rattlers. 151 were sports program to Include -
has asked that they look with eight over the initial marker Speaker Service for
He main- over landed on its top garnered through the participation in Machen Wins
into alleged reports for 48 points. and then slid upside thus ending scoring during Banquets Concerts,
his in airways. AtM racked up track and field golf
that Negroes can only supremacy down for almost seventy the first half. P eco rd Hops etc.
downs to A&T's and tennis. Third BoutIn
returns with 212 20
h use the golf course on punt feet before it stopped. At the beginning of ,EL 3-5902 SOUND PWV1CE
totaled 66 Representatives from
yards in 13 runbacks 6. The Aggies
Mondays. When the car went out the second half, Tullis yards on the ground and eight Junior colleges Comeback

I of control,Jim was holding took command of the 78 via the airways. voted to have inter- WATCH THG CLOWN I

DR. P. R. PALMA i the baby with one situation by hitting collegiate competitionin SACRAMENTO. Calif. -

arm and trying to help Oats for a 30yarderand Pinson Led these events when (NiP) once a cautious

hand to then tossed a 33- fighter not noted for
with his free 10-89-4
; they met on the campus
Acute & Chronic Diseases control the car butcouldn't yard scoring gem to end Reds' rs of Gibbs junior College his punching prowess, 426-13-551

do any good. Al Denson of Jackson- last week. Prior to this Eddie Machen former No.

Medical Manual Manipulation Jim ended up in the ville. Sometime later, year, basketball was the 1 heavyweight contender 6 5

back seat, still holding he completed a 17yarderAllin major sport for the Negro scored his second 0 .4

and other Healing Therapies young Greg. The motor of Junior colleges. straight knockout within 7

will help you to Better Health the car crashed throughthe FacesLivil'gslol Frank Pierce of Gibbs three week when he 3

dashboard and was Junior College commis- stopped Bill McMurray 097-56-42

1120 N. MYRTLE AVE. EL 3-1940 in the front seat. In i sioner of the state in seven round here 319-40-679

All four doors were athletic group, said last week. S.m.Hm.* V.'. .*

e stuck and couldn be Homecoming11COLUMBIA. 1\\ Hampton Junior College Machen currently on s..t..... M'. ft.

: You Don't Have To Go To Town To Get opened but a man in a Ocala Washington the comeback trail after H. dil, ....,....
and of confinement last H. web H eM .......
truck came along S.C. Home- Junior College of Pensa- year

LOW: PRICES pried ,open the doors coming activities at cola and Gibbs Junior in a mental institution.

with a "tool. Over a ,Allen University on Nov. College of St. Petersburg -
thousand dollars damagewas 16 will be centered' :t'4-: ,/ ,:>; ,\ are members of the

On Your done to the car but around the grid battle" ; ,:"' 4 national body and can

miraculously nobody has between Livingstone Col- IDA PIN'S W send athletes to this

,,' DRUG STORE NEEDSTrade so much as a cut or a lege and Allen University CINCINNATI Cincinnati year's national tourna-

With Your Neithhuhood; Drub StoreWILL'HDT ; scratch. Yellow jackets. Reds' centerfielder. ments in the aforemen- tJiTeem
P After a harrowing experience After their fifth game Vada Pinson completely tioned sports.

HEWt -* : ANY PRICES ADV. IN YOU* LOCAL PAPUS.: like that. Jim of the season they are dominated the team's defensive 'Participation in national -

: Peltver-tro' aJso Fill All Doctor's Prt-scriptions feels he can take the still playing well department during basketball and .

baseball injuries in having lost only to. the 1963 season. baseball tournaments has I

Dixie style but feels that all North Carolina College. The 25-year old Memphis blocked because of the
ji Pharmacy born speedster who stands
of this is past him. They have racked up wins college's inability to every
5--11 and scales laD
The righthanded Campbell over South Carolina get into regional and : TEEM
I 1302 Kings Road at Myrtle Avenue who is one of the State, Morris College: pounds, batted .313 in district play-off but tingling
-.. 162 games with 204 hits
n Phones Elgin 5.5591-98 best golfers among the and Fayetteville State in 652 at bats and scor- the national group is #time

baseball players, broke Teachers Collegeandtied moving toward some sort ,
----------- ed 96 runs.He hit 22 -- < -

PAY YOUR, LIGHT, WATER AND TELEPHONE into pro baseball in Morris Brown 26-- homers, 14 triples 37 of solution on this .;pt $i| a. Q@ilW i1 tj ntl( ,"_'I S*** IT',
1955 with Salinas. all. problem" Pierce said. ,
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doubles and drove In 106 -
BILLS AT OUR STORELEARN 695 ManagementArea The queen to reign over markers.

Homecoming activitieswill

r Hunting be Miss Carrie SA ,

Johnson, a Junior trOll

Permits Available Spartanburg, S. C. She tI

f will be accompanied by I A&LUi \ -II
r TALLAHASSEE A totalof Beverly Dozier Georgetown -

i 695 remits are still and Sawallis Toney*

e available for the hun- of Aiken S.C.Attendants. c-r

ters that wish to participate to Hissi s

in the Citrus Allen. Irma Baker Q on ft0 tS

Wildlife Management Area Ridge land, will be Sarah _

eun hunt January 45. Jane Green, Union, and.

The remaining permits Veronica Holland An-

will be issued on a .. ,.. Y

A TRADE first come first served Homecoming activitiesfor

basis according to A.IX Alumni will includes ORN

II Six Short Months That Aldrich director. Game coffee hours 10:00 e.m.,' e TAWP.

o and Fresh Water Fish 2:00 p.m. in the stu-
Will Be BENEFICIAL Commission. a
dent Center, a Social

For a LIFETIME Hunters who wish to hour 4:00 p.m.' --6:00 p.

participate in this a., followed by a dance

?? JACKSONVILLEIARIER special hunt should file 6:00 p.m.--8:00 p.a. 1iJZr

application immediately Allen students have \

II COLLEGE INC. to the Game and Fresh planned a Sadie Hawkins r

Water Pish Commission dance on Friday night anda
I 630 DAVIS! ST. at Beaver Tallahassee Florida. If Homecoming Mixer on
.s. v
111% Air Cti.itiiie regular applications are Saturday night as their Beef at its Best

JACKSmiLLE FLIIIIA not available, hunters contribution to gala

may apply by letter. festivities. .+in'

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1 -u---1.: Irked By >- Negroes IgnoringOf FOR SALE APARTMENT FIR RENT

And I Oil S3 ace Heater.$10.00. 10.00 per week. PO-4TOO.
Friday Saturday Specials 500,000 Unrestricted Homes 765-9961

WASHINGTON -- (ANP) Negro Press last week "if
DOWNTOWN ONLY Uncle Sam is a little irked with seems to me that we have pro- Patent Medicines Cosmetics

KNOWN feeVALUKl, his blacknepbewswhohavebeen vided every ingredient to fill All-Leading Hair Preparations
clamoring to get out of the the Negro's housing pre-
ghettos and into,good housing scription and he refused to takeit Cor. BROAD AND ASHLFY EL 4-2159
In modern unrestricted mid- to better himself. Frankly,
dle-class neighborhoods.The we don't know where to turn
administration feels it next. It wasn't easy getting al] THE MOST ACCLAIMED
GRANTS OWN 7 has broken a big hole in the this done." MOTION PICTURE OF
walls that have traditionally Chicago and St. Louis are
BRANDWOMENS' .. confined Negroes to second- typical examples of how good OUR TIMEI
rate housing at extortionate housing is going begging
' f prices in ghettos.The throughout the nation. .
annoyance is based on Chicago has about 3.000 .
"-'.. '" the fact that only a few Ne- homes available on anon-racial STRAND
:. groes have evinced interest in basis In 17 areas surroundingthe
almost a half million homes city. St. Louis has 2.261
t I t.e"oe' '"
I (f'1: and apartments made availableto going begging. STARTING SUNDAY
thorn by government agencies Even President Kennedy is
1 .4' t on a first-come first-served said to be puzzled by the sit-
A .". : [COTTON DRESSES basis without any racial re- uation. He was reported to
,: .:::::: strictions. have asked Negro leaders: REV. LAMAR
'o-i.v / [ ; All have been put in first class "How come with FHA openIng -
t .... .' /" ( Regularly $299 condition, are located for the more than 200.000 houses HEALER AND ADYISBft
I. d :: ; most part, in suburbs that are and apartments--not many Ne-
i., : P either mixed or all-white and groes are availing themselvesof ADVICE IN AIL AFFAIRS IF LIFE
Sale have been fairly priced. In addition the bargains?"
/J: :, the government has arranged There is a feeling that part Are You Sullering-Sick-
that brokers and fin- of the failure of Negroes to

i, WO'MEN'S ancing companies can be by-., react to these housing opport- Heed Advice u \ '
: FULL FASHIONED 2.33 passed if they refuse to deal unities is due to lack of in-
.. with Negroes. In addition, the formation. While the federal See Rev. Laaar. She has
VA, which has taken the lead, government cannot go out and L I
the God-Given power to
! NYLON HOSE .i 8-square percales ;, j
has authorized a number of Negro beat the drums or launch
heal by Prayer. Guarantees -
J Variety styles real estate brokers to act wholesale advertising cam- t
60 gauge, 15 denlor. First quality 100% Nylons as agents. Practically all are paigns to inform the public about to heal the sick
Button front, zipper
with Solt" sea ms. Lovely styles and shades. '., ready for immediate occupancy. the homes and the ailing.but thereis
size 8& to 11.Sale. front, step-in styles; ?t "I just can't understand it," no pity for those LCK
flattering necklines. =a one official Told the Associated Death TakesMrs. who knot they are in M

I 2 pr- p kg. 64e popular Assorted fashion prints ; P:,,:.; S{ Leaders' Seek Ada L. DukesMrs. hard come to luch see Rev.and Laaar.don't

12 ".0 141'2-24h 40Regularly _".
-0 Ada Lee Dukes,
78$ pkg. Negro BuyersTo wellknown resident who Guaranteed to help or you dea't have to pay

MobilizeNEW resided at 1031 W. Come Today You'll Bless The Day Yw Did
Church St. died
Tuesdayin Open 1 days a week from 8 in tEe morning until 10 at
a local hospital. She
had lived here for the
.t fame
Association for the located in her own hoe is at
U*. MTUM****' .. past 35 years. ROAD
Advancement of Colored 8442 NEW KINGS Hiway No. 1 North
People and other civil She leaves'to mourn Take Honcrief bus no. 36-B to corner of Moacrief sadNi.a7
1 Matthew Dukes husband No. 1 North. Walk 3 blocks North on Hiway 1
rights organizations
r' AND LINED to mobilizethe Mrs. Lula Thomas,mot her; and look for big white sign with cross.
Mrs Viola Gilbert
Negro's considerable REV. LAMAR gives lucky days and lucky hands. bias -

t1 SLACKS purchasing power in the daughter;granddaughters sed lucky charm is given free. You too can be
SVC Mrs. Gladys and Miss
fight for Jobs and freedom healed through the power of the Lord and REV.
\ Rosa Lee. Gilbert city;
NAACP Executive LAJIAR* Guaranteed results in 3
s days.
; Little boys cotton Mrs. Ada Lee Brown,
Secretary Roy Wilkins
e '"- flannel shirt mat told top advertising Cleveland, Ohio. Rev. Lamar Guarantees
i' ches the lining of the Grandsons Silas Walter

MEN'S WIG, t Corduroy Slacks.Plentyof executives 1963 eastern attending conferenceof the David Robert and Harold I i To Restore Your Lost Nature.

\ ;1 : rough and tough Gilbert, city; and a
i r the American Association I LUCKY NUMBERS SURE TO WINMOTLEY'S
wear. Sizes 3 to 7. host of grieving
COTTON TWILL .. I of Advertising friends.
Agencies here Friday
Funeral services will -
rL9'' : Sa e Nov. 8.Moreover. be held Tuesday, Nov. ENTERPRISES
84 oz. twill pants Cuffed bottoms Sale the NAACP
19 at 3 p.m. in St.
Seams and all Strain points arc re- leader said, 'the Negro Paul Church.Visits Edgewood Super Market
inforced. Machine wash, vat dyed. 2prs.TWILL public in 1963 is

Size 29 to 42.Regularly. i- ; more responsive than FriendsBunyan 2973 EDGEWOOD AVENUE

sr \5_____ ever to the call to Butler of West
J I exert economic pressurein Palm Beach has returned
$ 2.99 Regularly $1.99
j pursuit of legitimate home after having spenta Prices Good Friday,
l LI goals and aspirations. few days as house
Negroes are equally responsive guest of his cousin. Mr. Saturday & Sunday

BOYS BOYS P,11 to those pro- and Mrs. George Poolerof
si Plenty of Fresh
r ducts and companieswhich Fairfax St. and Mr.
i indicate in their and Mrs. Julius Poolerin r
: advertisements and policies Floradale and friends.He Coons & Possums

: FLANNEL L \ their desire to reported having a

\ cultivate the Negro very pleasant stay. STREAK-O-LEAN 4 Ibs. LARGE RUE 12 1'lis.'
1 / \ PANTS i market. '
I \ SHIRTS .; r ftilkins was one of four _asthma WHITE BACON $1. MULLET $1.

100% fine cotton twill Carefully Sewn of firm $ rI panelists discussing"The

t pants-Sanforized-Guaran- cotton flannel. Washable i i a Expanding Negro *agony... FRESH MEDIUM doz. FLA. FRESH Hi.
Market and Its Im-
teed. Mash able. Assorted "es
plaids. Size 6 to 16. Or. Guild's
: I 's\\ colors. Size 6 to 18. i i tr. portance--Methods to CIGARETTES Gr.O.*n COMPOUND Mountain. EGGS 39* FRYERS 25$:
Reach It. Others on

i I TtSaIe Sale 990 the panel included JohnH. JOHNNIE'S HOTEL

2 Johnson, president PPF:: TV IN ;'VFPY POOH FRESH PORK SALE TURNIP 2 bunches

Regularly $2,59 Regularly $1.44 Michael Johnson Publications Donovan vice; 741U For reservations.w. Ashley-Jex. Call Fla. PORK HAMS lb. 490 GREENS 49* I

president. Batten Barton H. 5-4025 PORK BACK BONE 49C
Durstine and Os- COLLARS 2 tacta
born; and Robert Liddel, --- PORK( SHOULDERS lb. 39C
Advertising. lu 5fi5 wk -Jobs V sting PORK SIDES SLICED lb. 390

CURTAIN & DRAPES Tickets Rent- !&-If gC7. PORK HEADS 190 FIRST CUT 3s.

NOW2 Price WANTED 210 Post Ave. ;esthur7..
> '
;- '
CAFE or TIERS Reg. 1.99-----J1.00 New Beauty Hollywood Operators Beauty& Barbers ft .. TALL CANS MILK 6 forPORK

CAFE or TIERS Reg. 2.99------$1.50 Barber Lounge-622 W.Ashley LIVE IN MAIDS CARNATION 89HUNT'S $1.00
Call I.S. Anderson at GUARANTEED N.Y. LIVE-I
KNITTED SOFA COVERS Reg. 11.99-$6.00 EL 3-3245 or H. 4-9774 FLA. DUDE 'A'
MAID Jobs. $35-$55 _I:. TOMATO
ADORABLE DOLLS TWIN SPREADS Reg. $3.99----$2.00 APARTMENT FOR RENT Fare advanced. Mallory 14 oz. bottle 3 to 4 Hiavftrace
All furn. 5 rooms
Agency, Lynbrook, N.Y. STEWM J
And Man More Drastic Reducti sonly Kitch. & Bath. Hot & cl d. CATSUP 15*

wtr. Pref. married coup. I 2 for
MEN & WOMEN 18-55
with $3.00 or more order
or sing. man.354-5339.
9.99! UROY ME &: rat HENS $1.19
APARTMENT FOR RENT Prepare For Future Civil

Bdrm. Service Examinations. No BACON 45 SNAPPER STEAK
REMNANTS 431 W. 18th St. 1 *
unfurnished.Kitch. eqp Experience necessary. Good
Hot wtr. Htr. & Space Job possibilities. Call 3 IN.r .
Faoous make pinwale Solid Color,2 to 10 yd length. EL 3-5254.UNIVERSAL FRESH GROUND 3 Ibs.
,. Htr.incl. Apply 1643 l
f Grants has the colors galore to coordinate and ING SERVICE.539 w. 11WN-1 k
Main St. Grocery Store. r BEEF $1.00 FISH $1.00
SHE WALKS'Rooted unite your favorite styles. Machine Washable. Street.
36" to 41f Wide. :I I

hair, long bob.Complete tit' 2 Apt. Rouse 16051607West BEAVER STREET SEAFOODSH
with Nylon """ / 10th
: Corner Tyler
..., ::r
dress in assorted Sole I Live in one apt. & rent for the Finest and: Freshest Seafood Available
colors. Complete with. \ I out other apt. Call for 2677 W. BEAVER _WEST OF McDUFF AVE. CV 8-24H
socks and shoes. '-
.1 2 appointment. Mr. Llpp Neither Storm Nor Hail Nor Hurricane Boken Us.We Have

I 355-959t.-after 6 p... Plenty Plenty Fish at Ridiculous Prices-The Quality It Is Thin
Yds.l EX 8-1520. -Come and Get'em

SMALLDOWN wtS1, I. l THURS.-FRI. & SAT. SPECIALS-OPEN FRI. ty SAT. from 7 A.M. to 7 P.M.

l Regularly 79$ yd.'Charge.;: Modern 3rd Street.House New 1227 roof.E. THE SIZE WlfJ. AMAZE TOO SHRIMP FHfXlfe SIZE LB.JDUBO W'

PAYMENT New Plstr. Newly pntd. !
lit "' pall for appointmentMr. IJtRnp: nXSl REAELESS MEDIUM LB. 49t OCEAN SKIMP U.flUM tint"

Llpp 355-9594 CtAW CIA* MIA I. U. .
WILL 210,0 after 6 p.m. EX 81520. DOLLAR SALE MUM WHIT CZAR MEAT I.. : ......SUf
It"town satiN CLAW Cues riNCftS. ,.. CM .... .."oM
J IOn91htYor d KING MACKIIft flit IB. .............4*.
."..'<, $ CAUCMT MICTKOVT.. It. ...........H.
; ) $vo ; Nicely furn. apt. 3 rms. IITDG..4 LBS. liD SMAFttl, .... .......te. t*. ........ ...
DOtlOF \! :r. MUM WCUCKID OYrrtti. rt. ...,.. ... $t..
.. d6eSlYd ne & bath. O>>Ip}tly. furn SALT WATER BREAM......4 LBS KING Clio CLAMS U-O. f*.. ".. .,., H.

YOUR CHOICE Working Couple. Only &t 3EA0..1 LBS. KING C rt ClAt_.CLAW r Uw.*, to..:. .U.. c- tlq,. .. tl.t*
$14.50 wklj. Also 1 na.furn. AIMTT UTTtl I6imi ..LS. .. u M
BB Hot &: Cld.Wtr. & FRESI CADCBT CRQI..4 LBS. MANGO SMAmtS. U.MtO. :::. ,. .45*

W.T. DOWNTOWN ONLY! t I Kitch. 10.00 wkly. FJ6H..............4 LBS. ""a. SIn cat BIB d4T BAH tLyi1iK., IB. vi ."hPAN .14I

Call EL-39942

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Attend Daughter Elks' FunctionSOCIAL Perine Woman Education Week Daughter Elks' Officials

Observance Set
Kills MateMIAMI

_ In Dade SchoolsThe .
-- A Perrine woman ;
theme for the week-
is held in the Coun-
( : rw long observance of Ame-
ty Jail on first degree
rican Education Week in
murder charges for the
the public schools of
fatal shooting of her
d 4A Dade County, Nov. 10-16
common-law husband,
will be 'EducationStrengthens
Nathaniel Scott.
the Nation;'
Police reported that
it was announced.
Mary Lee Foster 25 of.
M Every year, during the
L 10623 SW 184th St., be- -
week in which Veterans'day .
involved in an
occurs, this special
argument with the victip!
week is held to put the = .
in the presence of a
spotlight on what the
former sweetheart,Willie schools
are doing.
Puth Grace 30, of 18218 National sponsors are :

Homestead Court.Investigation. the National Education

revealed Association, the Ac rican -
Scott and Miss Foster
INTERLUDE Among the large attendance of members and guests who started struggling and Legion, National SUCCESSFUL PRmfrATIQ'-Slown above are members of the official body

enjoyed the recent Social Sip sponsored by the Daughter Elks were, from the young woman produceda Congress of Parents and of the Daughter Elks who sponsored a highly entertaining Social Sip recently
left: Mrs. Catherine Bryant.544L4! NW 14th St.; Joseph Bennett USCG Base Teachers, and the United
.22 cal. pistol, fired in the King O'Hearts. Standing from left are: Daughters Cora In-
_' Miani Beach; Mrs. Bessie Wilkins, 1161 NW 1st St., Mrs. Gloria Chisholm, three times, hitting his Stated Office of Education gram, Sarah Smalley, Maude Glass, Ho wan a Whitehurst, Estelle Pickett,
6040 NW 12th Ave. ; Mrs. Esther Tyler 652 NW 9th St. ; Mrs. Leusynne Loreane Sweeting, Evia Reese, Vera Williams, Verne Gaskin, Marva Swift.
twice, one in the heart.
',: Tyler 544ft NW 14th !t. ; and Mrs. Frances Browne 544ft NW 14th Street. Dr. Joe Hall, superintendent Seated from leftDaughters Flossie RobinsonLytel Boggis, Evelyn Robin

of public son, Catherine Bryant, Marie Huldrow, Maggie Williams, Edna Davis and
1 schools, in announcingthe Alice Lucas.

Tune WAME Home Of The World'sChampion 'this observance annual event, said-is, New ProvidenceSets BIRTHS ,

provided for parents and MIAMI
U- AnniversaryEvent
other citizens to visit

". the schools to see for For SundayChoir Mrs. Annette Galbeau, Girl.
Disc Jockey themselves what's goingon. Girl. _Mrs._Betty_ Jones Leland

: Last year more than No. 1 will cele- Mrs. C.Willingham Boone, "Girl.' .. --

-, 1: 60,000 took advantage brate its second anni- Boy. Mrs." Evelyn M. Bethel.
of this opportunityevenmore versary Sunday. November Mrs. Claudia B. Livingston Boy.

..' ..- : are expected this Boy. M. Grant(
>. .. t4t 17, at 3:00: p.m. Mrs. Marguerite
: year. WEEKLY ANNOUNCEMENTS Mrs. Rachel P. Perry, Boy. ." _
', Included in plans for Workers Girl. Mrs. O'Neal-JJ. Peader-
Willing aux-
: ,: ;
,, c., ,: --s------ ':.' the week is a countywide iliary. .SUnday 4 p.m. Mrs. Ella K. Wright Boy. son, Girl.

1 -, : "..,' kick-off program to be Senior Ushers and choir Mrs. Shirley L. Davis Mrs. Bernice R. Gresham,

if K. ; held on Sunday, November No. 2...Monday 8 p.m. Boy. Girl.

,; 10, from 2:30 to 3:30 p. Bible Class 7:15 p.m. Mrs. Henrietta R. Tay- Mrs. Virley J. Dennis,

m. in all senior high followed by: prayer meet- lor Boy. Girl.

schools in the county Mrs.. Menerva Butler, Boy
( ing at 8:15 p.m. .Tuesdu Mrs. Mary D. Ross
except Miami Central.The Juniors Usher Board Girl. Mrs. Barbara S. Wright,

program, open to the meeting,Wednesday, 5 p.m. Mrs. Willie M. Robinson Girl.

general 'public with no Young Matrons and Y.L A. Girl. Mrs. Mamie B. Curry

; admission charge, will Wednesday. 8 p.m. Mrs. Rubell D. Roberts, Boy.

include selections by The Evangelistic Boy. t Mrs. Johnnie Porter.

elementary, junior and Wednesday. ..8 p.m. Mrs. Olive B. Mercer Boy.

senior high choruses, a Choir No. 1 and Mis- Boy. .. Mrs. Willie M. Mitchell,
violin. and viola choir, sionary Society Thurs Mrs.-Beatrice E. Patter- Girl.

1- __ and an art exhibit of .8 son,' Girl.
day. p.m.
__ Mrs. Carolyn Weston,
9F pupils' work. A brief Junior Choir. Friday Mrs. Elizabeth' C. Far- Girl.

portion of the programto rington, Girl.
8 p.m. Mrs. Sarah Henry, Girl.
be televised to the Red Circle Mrs. Bobbie Jones Boy.
Mrs. Ern eatine Larry,
school audiences via Sunshine Band..Saturday Mrs. Thelma E. Brown, Boy.
Channel 2 will include Girl.
3:30 p.m. Mrs. Ozzie Ritchey, Boy.
remarks by Dr. Hall and Mrs. Ernestine Bryant
lee Male
Nicky L- Mrs. Mae Me0owaa. Girl.
Cliff Mead, commander of Bridges, Girl.
.. 8 p.m. Mrs. Lula Martin, Boy.
Holder of World'sBroadcasting w,M., North Miami American Legion The public is always Mrs. Thora B. Johnson,
Mrs. Rhoda Lowe; Girl.
Record Post No. 67, and an to attend allot Girl.
Mrs. Lena Carter Boy
226 Continuous Hours American flag Presenta- Mrs. Rosabell Humes,
our Mrs. Marilyn Creel, Boy
tion. C.J. Burney is Girl.
Mrs. Barbara Jones
pastor end Mrs. Claudia Mrs. Catherine Brown Girl.

Brother Ray Alfonzo Mozell Hew Mack's Ranch Wilson is reporter. Girl. Mrs. Mazie Billings, Bay
Mrs. Leafy L. Minus,
Mrs. Doris Terry Boy
Manager Plans Our Readers Boy. Mrs. Ruby Starks, Girl.
Mrs. Carrie J. Kettles,,

Youth ProgramVeteran In Miami NE 5-9181 BICYCLES & LAWN MOWERS

' --music orchestra instructor leader ,- REPAIRED

Frank LeGree Sr. who IIAWSI11iS'CYCLE
7' this week was appointed
manager of ultramodernMack '"Let Ut Take Cart of You ?reobfr"

s Ranch, will Intermittently -
3742 N. W. 17th Av..
stage G. A. HAWKINS Miami 41, FlcrWa
special monthly programs

respectively for collegeand

.Y announced high school Wednesday.Mr. studentshe I/ A 2 Z AWARDS

LeGree will officially PERSONABLE Sandy Hall, Christmas gilts
_ assumed mana- Engrave your
an avid reader of the
y gership of the area's weekly edition of the While you wait

newest entertainment- Miami STAR, is manager

____ eatery Friday live night enter-and of the Imperial Hotel, 5191 m m Arrwe
will feature
located'at 50 NW 8th St.
Franklin Jordan Burkie i -1he nn&" Bee Fred Hanna tainment nightly in the PLAZA 1-8161 ;..

club. He stated that Galloways
Blanche Trapbles.Pliflues-Eltcttift Milts
there will be no admis-

sion or cover charges Progress Report

SEE AND HEAR during regular adding entertainment there Increased DailyFrank i I SMITH'S DRUG STORE

will be admission Prescription Specialist(
charged for special at- Martin, news director -

traction. for radio station
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Clubs ana organiutionsare WifBM. has announced that 2 Registered Pharmacists/

invited to make Progress Report" ,

STARS Hack's Ranch their bead- with Blanche Calloway
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UL ProgramIs Our Readers* Annual Women's..Day Celebrants And Attendees .

ProclaimedBy President In Miam \ WI"JIII

The fifth annual Equal

Opportunity Day dinneran -- .. r'I

occasion focusing attention
on positive efforts 3 s x

to insure fair x

r and equal treatment of
all citizens--will be
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held Saturday Nov. 23,
at the Everglades Hotel.

Sponsored locally by the MRS. GENEVA DIXON 1475

Greater Miami Urban Lea- NW 53rd St., divides her SS

- gue. FOD is proclaimed. activities between house- 8
nationally by President hold duties and St. Mark
Kennedy with full sup- AYE Church where she isa sw
devoted member.Carver .
port from Miami Mayor iamianmat

Robert King High. The YMCA
event annually marks the

j Lincoln's anniversary famous of President Gettysburg Plans Boat Nov.CruiseThe 29 ; EVENr-When St.: Paul AME Church observed its 19th annual Women's ?" r! -

Address. Carver Branch YMCA Day celebration last Sunday many ardent church-goers were present for : I
f Guest speaker at the _
s has completed plans for the occasion. Some of those who attended the affair are seen in the ,
dinner will be WhitneyM. -
I its Dreamboat Cruise to photo at top left. In the picture above are seen program participants.
Young Jr., executive be held Friday, November from leftMrs.. Carrie BradswelI.Mrs. Caludia Robinson. Mrs. T.C.Kelly. Hospital Libriarians i .
director of the National FHEE/E t P
29, 1963 8:30 Mrs. Johnnie Pearl Mason and Mrs. Ruth Adams. Members of the Choir are Entertained By StaffersMrs. Roy WilkinsTo boilitMiivmhir thi
Urban League. Formerlythe Can Pier Number Five. of the devoted church
left some
seen in the rear. Shown at bottom tip until tht i.M l l weather roll
dean of Atlanta Uni- Under the direct plan- workers who are past chairman. Among those who served as chairmen of Irene Sheppard. Address around again' If the ky h' your
versity School of Social ning of the Program Com- the various committees were: Mrs. Beatrice Wise, Mrs. Mary Dancy, Miss Christian Hospital Medical i"\r trunk 01 door fnww uphoM .
Work. Young is presently mittee, the outing is Lucille Timmons Mrs. Mattie Jackson. Mrs. Earnestine Robinson. Mrs. Record Librarian, MU StudentsMark your riK..ivtt" hftfctor" in
touching) kt"-
front of (but not
on number of
serving designed to provide entertained members of
an Hazel Wallace, and Mrs. Eunice McGahey.Gibbs Gently blow heat into lock.JUAAA .
the President's youth evening of entertainment *the South Florida Association Clasby, presi-

social and welfare com as they cruise under of Medical dent of the Undergraduate ,.. ....313131.. =- ___=- ___..
j mittees. the norturnal beauty of Grads Record Librarians at Student Governmentat
James WMtchead Greater Miami. YWCA NewsY. their regular monthly the University of
Enrolled In Miami, announced Tues- to EIE
Miami Urban League executive
A special committee has meeting in the con- SIZESJROM
day that Roy Wilkins
director announced been appointed to plan 24 InstitutionsRT MONTHLY BOOK REVIEW ference room at Executive Secretary of
that awards would be presented and conduct the kind of A Christian Hospital Tuesday the NAACP accepted &n
at the dinner to recreation that will be of the The second in the Monthly Book Review Series at afternoon.. invitation to appear us
high percentage
organizations and individuals enjoyed by all in at- 1963 graduates of Gibbs the Northwest YWCA Center will be held on Friday, The topic for discus- guest speaker at the

fostering the tendance. be Nov. 15th at 8 p.m. Another, of the works of Author sion during the meetingwas university Wednesday November -
Junior College can
li cause of brotherhood. Dancing on the deck of James Baldwin- will be studied. 'Tire Next Time", "Insurance and its 20, at 4 p.m.

I Chairman of the EOD the Drerunboat will be a 'found institution in twenty-four located in, a non-fiction book is a slim volume that holds Valye to Patient Hospi- Mr. wilkins will speak

dinner is Mrs. Louis part of the fun-p aclled' dozen states according i e two essays. One is a letter to Baldwin's nephew on tal and Doctor. ", Robert on "The Current Civil BE
Glasser. event. a the 100th Anniversary of the Emancipation Procla Jackson, acting Assis- Rights Situation," including -
of the College's
to findings -
f Members of the FDD committee mation. The second is letter from in his lecture a
According to the Pro- ssay a a tant Administrator at
are Mrs. Eddie gram Committee, arrange- Guidance Department region of the Author's) fertile mind "to all Christian Hospital, question and answer PROPERLY

h Daniels; Mrs. Blanche ments to attend may be American he issues a plea of warning to end theracia.l talked briefly on the period.

,+ Calloway; Mrs. Allen w F. ouson, directorof The Undergraduate Student i FITTED!
made at the Carver Branch nightmare" while there is yet time. subject. A question and
eu Rutchik; Mrs. Maude K. YMCA-5770 N.W. 15th Ave. guidance said nearly Government is com- I
ill Reid; Mrs. Gaitha Martinez or telephone OX 60231. 50 percent of the 1963 NAACP Sets answer period followed. posed entirely of stu- High Heels
After the meeting refreshments -
and Karl Bishopric MEMBER AGENCY UNITED graduates are enrolledin New Voter Bethel Appoints dents who send lettersto
several senior colleges -
president of FUND. people of importance
MarkOcala 90 Women's and the hostess Mrs. Medium Heelsor
BishopricGrccnFieldenInc..advertising Our Readers and some schoolsof Campaign requesting their ser-
Sheppard took several of
nursing. vices. One of their recent -
agency. Flats
recent voter
Day CaptainsContinuing the guests on a tour of
The Greater Miami Urban 10 Miami i M any of the 162 registration campaign Ocala, speakers was, Ben-
the hospital,
League. an agency of the graduates enrolled in Fla., has set a record high in the focus on fifty-bed nett Surf, author and
; Florida A&M University the number of Negroes regis- which has a personnel
United Fund is admini- 1fs' Women's Day activities publisher. JOEL'SSHOES
: and Bethune-Cookman College tered in any single campaign for staff of 65 persons and
stered by an interracial this W.CXPitton NAACP Mrs. Frances T. Gause, Wilkins' appearance
city 20 active.attending
board of men and women :; ;:,- both florida institutions voter registration field secretary -' chairman of the Women'sDay marks the first time a

from all walks of life. ';>'.i but, they has reported. activities, presented physicians. from Negro will appear before
By gathering facts about also enrolled in. The campaign which has been 90 captains their Representatives this group as guest
New Mexico State University underway for the 10 weeks 10 hospitals in the
past speaker. Clasby said,
racial conditions in all commissions for the observance for WOMEN
New Mexico; has succeeded in placing more South Florida area were
"We only have time for
of Women's
of community Day,
Bradley University than 1,600 new voters on the present at the meeting.Mrs. .
living the Urban League rolls. Ocala registrars cred- November 17. six or seven lectureseach
College Sheppard as
Illinois -
; ited the number of school year. I am PHONEFR
achieve a high new
strives ., Tenn. ; Ohio Fesle- ............>, chairman of the member:
to the concentrated' Wilkins
opportunity voters delighted Mr.
of equal
goal College Ohio Capital committee.
for all. yan ; NAACP campaign. ship accepted our invitation.His 9-4831

JERRI receptionist COOPER at nurse--905 NW Franklin University.School Ohio of; Refugees Seek U. S. Co urts Air efit talk to will our cultural be of ben- NORTH

KEEP AMERICA Second Ave., is a highly Technology. Pa ; Andrews ::'< } ,..":. background," he added. 34 MIAMI AYE.
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BEAUTIFUL regarded employe. University, Michigan; 8 ." ; = ': Author, James Baldwinwas

--.-- the University of Fla scheduled to appear Open Mon.
Florida Presbyterian earlier this month but
for some unknown reason,
College; Virginia Union; Canceled the engagement. and Fri. Till 9
and North Carolina A&T o" br
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Woman is like the reed which bends to every i
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breeze, but breaks not in the tempestT
tl photo. Dr. Clement Benoit (left), leader of the PhfMSC

t x i_'_k' ..............Richard Whately revolutionary forces, confers with Florida STAR -3.=< 751 BW 54' Street PL 7-2&I = I,

There is a woman at the ,beginning of all great newsman Larry Batchler (back toward camera) and (after HwS] E
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DEMOCRACY IN ACTION prevailed on all front
recently hen Miami Beach hosted the National Girl

Scout U.S.A. Convention in Miami Convention Hall. A STAR lensman objectively captured the above
scenes during what has been termed one of the most successful annual events in the organization's
history. In top photo left, Mrs. J.E. Davisdistrict
leader from Jacksonville
; Mrs. L.B. Harvey ,
Houston, Tex. Mrs La Veine Jones, Chicago; Mrs Karen Olson, icuj., consul activities
Top croter Leaders ready to leave schedule
1 seminar session From left
]{ : Mrs. Clara Jones Jack eon vU I K
.S 5 5 Mrs. Rose Mary Sokolsky Jacksonville; Mrs. Linda Gaston Kansas; Mrs. J.E.. Davis. Jax Mrs. O. B.
;' wi Kelsey. Ju, and Mrs. Natalie Flaton, Miami. Top right: Yvonne GuUI ement, Senior Scout, presents
copy of the cirl Scout Handbook to Mrs. Charles
G. Culmer of Libertyville. 111..national prttaid IlL
of the Girl Scouts of
America.USA.The special bound handbook consists of the four age levels of Girl
Scouting was presented to Mrs. Culner for regii.fation in the Girl Scout archives. Others from left
taking place in the ceremony are: Brownie I'ona
Cullen Lydis Fields Cadette and Yvonne Guil1 eMf1t,
r a+CA Senior Scout, participated in a session during the Convention.The
girls all
4 4a are from the Miami area.
Center pix left: U.S.'s famed
Astronaut Gordon Cooper is greeted by Mrs. Addie Petro vitch, Cosveation's -

public relations host and other officials. Center photo: Brownies, of ages from seven to
eight! years, presented a sparkling choral
session the seventh in the history of the Cooventioa.
Goiter right: Seniors Brownies
and Cadettes
scan group activities. Bottom
left: A group of Cadettes
present a series of songs illustrating activities from the official handbook
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z Court Reverses King Letter From Jail! Stirs Our Readers

Orangeburge CaseNEW Methodists Race Conference In Miami

CHICAGO (ANP) Dr. Martin Luther King's widely
YORK -- The U.S. published 'tetter from A Birmingham Jail" kicked up w

supreme Court reversalof a row at the Second Methodist Conference on Human Relations
the conviction of 373 here recently.

NAACP young people arrested The Bishop who launchedthe Christian Focial Concerns

I j for demonstra- fus was not presentat with "heading toward a

J J L s tions in Orangeburg. S. the sessions but sent deplorable irresponsibility' -

a Cwas hailed here last .his own letter to protest for a church

week by NAACP Fxecutive what he called "the action agency.

Secretary Roy wilkins as of the conference Actually what the Con-

vindication of the stu- leadership in publicizing ference officials had

dents' right to protest and I take it, approvingthe done was to include

against racial segregation statement and atti- printed copies of "A

Jl='til.t: and other forms of tude of Dr. King:" Letter from a Birmingham
ww 11t"\'S Sl'EiAI. Virginia's Closed Schools Opened Whites Plan I discrimination. Bishop Nolan B. Harmonof Jail' in the delegates'

Talks kr)'+. KHXO thai :"'. ear- The young people, most Charlotte. N.C., who study list which was SYLVESTER GILBBIT
. .. '". that might lank at th Petersburg, Va. (ANP) Seventeen if needed, and that the county Interracial Bank of them members of NA4 attacked the Methodists' circulated among persons 1335 NW 60th St.
wrung tim* with adhctixo tap. Virginia State college will never again be without Service Station
units action had received the
CP at Claflin and expecting to attend the
Tlu big luuk< will ha to >' uiwa students who served as voluntary schools for all children. Operator
teachers at the Prince Ed- The seventeen "ex- BIRMINGHAM (ANP) Because South Carolina State letter from King along conference.

coUPO :H55"8; ** ward Free School have returnedto teachers", juniors, seniors, of the tense racial sit- colleges here were arrested with other religious The dissenting voice of Baby Drewas
' the campus in full agree- and graduate students, aided uation here the announcementlast convicted and leaders who had criti- Bishop Harmon however
ACE MUSIC ment on two points. Prince Edward's Free School week of plans by an interracial sentenced to 30 days cized the Birmingham failed to dampen the DURHAM,, N.C. --(AMP|--
Each says'' that he would return Association officials in Open- group to establish a demonstrationsAstonished. ardor of the group for Anxious to be of some kelp to
bank each in
nation in downtown jail
Birm- or $50.00
7600-HW. Are. _to Prince Edward to teach Ing the unique system. ingham with an interracialstaffwas the Dr. King. He received two their mother who had gone to
fines for participatingin
a nearby grocery store, two
viewed unusual and North Carolina Bishop standing ovations before
-EST 1946 as an peaceful sit-ins at little children, 5 and 3,
PL 9.8581 gatetheir
3& unique development. la shed out at his and after addressing the
Jttce lo L&MU& MILLERSLIQUORS Jim Crow lunch countersin baby slater 20 -momhoid -
According to Oscar Hyde, Methodists colleagues Conference. a bath.
CENTERDEDUCT WHY RISK.. white chairman of the organ- Orangeburg- in 1960. because they had not attempted i.
r Biw-Ujj izing group, the bank is to be A total of 450 studentswas to "ascertainthe -
aa n known as the American National arrested in connec-
Knock Kms : Bank of and will actual situation InBindngham" !
Birmingham tion with these demon- PACIFIC LUMBER
t+t e ee begin operation with $600.000 strations.At or contacted
30% s FREE DELIVERY capital derived from the sale churc'ver there taro l might
Attics ? Ittst of 60,000 shares of stock at the time of the have given a different

Off List Price 01 HE 5-4961 $10 each. Hyde said "prelim trials President Eisenhower picture of the Birmingham &
inary approval" for its establishment was urged by the racial problems.
AIL MUSICAL stns has already been re- NAACP'to act immediately -
He charged the Board of
ceived from
OTMOKDSCitavcz 3535 N.W. 11th Are. Washington. to have the Attorney SUPPLYInc.
INSTRUMENTSIWITH Among the sponsors of the
bank are integration attorney. General join in the de- A & B WINICKAUTO

THIS AD 1(21 1sf tttt St NC 5-laal MIAMI 42, FLORIDA Arthur Shores, and Dr. LH fense." At a news con-
: uu PARKING Raw l t Pitts militantpresidentofllles ference, the President RADIATOR SERVICE

college. had expressed himself .

as being "deeply sympa- COOLING SYSTEM

VARIETY STOP & SHOP MARKET t 'theticwith the effortsof

any group to enjoy SPECIALISTSALL
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DEPARTMENT 31 NW that are guaranteed by MAKES :
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COCONUT GROVE" Robert IAR & LOUNGE I; From Infancy QUICK SERVICE And Fir Timbers

Lanier To Teen Age UJL TElEPHONE
sot N.W. 11th STREET
\ 3035 GRAND AVENUE 138 H. MIAMI AYE. HE 5.5331.8
: Manager 102 N.W. 8th STREET AUTHOR C. BIYINS JR.
TELEPIINE ft 9-0435 3218 H.W. 54th Street

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Food Fair Employs -Some Of Food Fair's-Regro Employees OR The Job .

Grocery Manager Clerk Transportation ExecutiveBERNARD

Over 250 Negroes <:::: :" '!-. :;,k -,, ''

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Top Jobs .._'cv -- -, 2' +

MIAMI FLORIDA James Burgess, procery managerin .f. -- d
one of Food Fair's busiest Miami superaarkets, l' 7'_ : :
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has been with the company for 17 years, and is a : ta
winner of a coveted "E Award'', highest honor '

that the chain bestows on employees fi _
Burgess is one of the ........................ .! 3
substanial number of "Trucker of the Month"award ,.." I/, 'd. ,
Negroes to hurdle the earlier this year. --... ,--.' .
economic color barrier in fflipman, a nine-year employee jS
all areas of the country ,has, like Burgess, ;.; ;#<}

served by the 10-state been honored by, one of

chain. the,company's "E Awards"'

During his years with He lIn' the unique position -
Food Fair, Burgess has
of being a sea-
worked as nifcht crew chief
in Miami Beach and as a going trucker. Two or .... ..,.,f.
stock clerk before he became three times a week, he I. 11-" .

a grocery manager and his truck travel 165 JAMES BURGESS 17 year veteran with Pood Fair JOYCE CARTER, pleasant, personable and capable, is GATSON,former truck driver and dispatcher,
miles 'out to he Stores, is grocery at the lira's one of the growing number of clerks
trainee, and subsequently sea as manager store at Negro in Food now helps Food Fair trucks on the road from ad-
fcijiager. keeps the groceries flowIng 16562 N.I. 27th Ave., Miami. Fair Stores. She is shown at her register in the mini si rat!ve headquarters in Miami working with

Married and the father from Food Fair' s ....*......*..... store at 1051 N.W. 62nd St., Miami. Transportation supervision.
Miami warehouse to the _
of two children, Burgess .
reports that hit rela- Key West store. His route Produce Manager otar Trucker Apprentice

tionship with coworkershas takes him the length of t ....- ...' -., J
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the famed 'highway that ';;i; 'T' -,,,,' ,.. 1T: ',;;";_-:
always been a happyone a m _\,1>." -, {} '
goes to leL"Bernard : .
and that, by _and :
large, customer contacts Gatson startedas J <
a truck driver seven j1 ,+ 3 .,:0-<< t
have been equally pleas .' .-,- "
ant. years ago later became a t o .. .' r''#
"I've encountered an dispatcher and is now in } F -

absolute minumum of trou- charge of transportation 'k \
supervision at Food Fair's : : :x x s
ble because of race," he
bustling trucking head- _
says. "Most customersare ir wk
more interested in quarters at 7000N.W. .32ad i i

the quality of serviceand Ave., Miaai. r -. $ >

merchandise than in Looking back, he. com- x
ments, '-rou' d really be t1
the color of an employed -
'. surpi'1sed--at least was, -
'Store Manager at the tine--at the real rr
Of Burgess t t
and sincere effort the I
SldChaskisconnentod, _
here exerted to
'He is a great asset to people w
.the company. Food Fair is help BO get started ,and -

fortunate to have people become what I amI"!

There are many others; t t.ROBIN .
with the sort of loyaltyand
each has a story of per-
enterprise that Mr. i
sonal achievement and of
Burgess has given to his 5Y s
work." service to the company.

In the Florida East Among them are:
Coast Branch of Food Kenny farris, grocery MARION GREENE began his career as a stevedore before DINARD,' Food Fair trucker, was named LEONARD EARL COHEN is learning to cut it without

Fair which includes 91 manager in Food Fair's becoming a produce manager trainee at Food "Trucker of the'Month" by the Florida Trucking leaving meat on the bone in his job as apprenticemeat

stores between Fort Pierce Cutler_ Ridge store who Fait Supermarket at 8001 N. W. 27th Avenue. Association for his contribution to highway safety cutter at Food Fair supermarket at 1051 N.?.

and Key West, there are has been with the company and service. 62nd Street, Mltinii.Attention .
currently between 250 and I.
for five years rising to
300 Negro employees tanong; Voters And Frtads
the approximate ,500: present position from aclerk's Singing Group Sparks Choir's Event

total pcrso lIt!l. Job: .' tir
Claine Triplett, who a -1 'T : Please Give
The range of positions f"oot :
made the trip from porterto
which they occupy includes -
clerk. to dairy mana
grocery manners, '
ger in three and
grocery and dairy man JimMCVEIGH
now orks at Food Fair at : --
ger traineestransportation *
10 N.E. 44th St. Fort
supervisors, apprentice -
Lauderdal; .
meat cutters, 1
cashiorK:, stock clerks Marion Green, who ___________ \,. Y -_
truckers,warehouse clerks. started out 11 years ago Tw
Jami-s Hurgess is not the as a stevedore, and is

only Negro who has a- now a produce manager r
Candidate For
chievedan enviable record trainee; _
with the Food Fair or- Joyce Carter cashier, J $ ,1
gaui ntion. Rubin Dinard personable and efficient '_ Miami City Commission 7*

and Alex Shipman, both newcomer ',to the "Food : va McVeigh

truckers, have also Fair family" who worksat
brought donor to tin company one of the branch'smost The SUPPORT You Gave To

and Mtn distinctionfor active stores at Xiet

themselves. 1051 N. tr. 62nd Street. I EARL CARROLL

Dinard has logged in 16 Asked for a comment on _
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yearN and many thousandsof Food Fair's attitude toward ; 'Y ; 5 4I s Pull Lever Number
DIU f'S. His record for employment of Negroes :
safety and service won Southern Division ; 6A
for him the Florida Manager Herman Stein said. _
Trucking Association ,. "All The Way With McVftfgh"Earl

PHONE 691-5311

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CHAPEAU DE fEMMES Participants in "PrettyHat chapeau (hat) styles are seen in the second row;
Automatic and Standard TransnissiH Repaired Tea" sponsored last Sunday at Liberty Square from left are Mrs. Carrie Curry Mrs. Louise B.

Motor Job-Brakes-Tone Ups Community Center by Choir No. 2 of Zion Hope Missionary Riley, Mrs. Annie Porter, Mrs. Gertrude Bridgewater -
.. Church are seen here. In the front row Mrs. Zella Cartwright, Mrs. Sylvester Wise*
and Mrs. Aggie Carswell & son. In
6003 N.W. 17th Ave. vII, Florida the Humming Birds singing group which provided the are: Deacon Baldwin and Rev. Paul Freeman.the third row ,
musical entertainment. The ladies who modeled the .'

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