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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 30, 1963


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


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

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University of Florida
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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.​
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I' s 13-NO. 35 SATURDAY NOVEMBER 30, 1963 15 CENTS Colorful Parade/Social Events
Jax Coed Is FAMU QueenWILL

: s q Prelude To Top-Flight Sttto

ASKED ; r. Final plans were announced this week by

'I I\ .MM the J.R.E.for pre-game Lee Alumni festivities Chapter leading of Florida up to

tl the second annual presentation of the Rat-

tlers--Texas 8 p.m. Saturday Southern in gridfest the Gator scheduledfor Bowl.At .

I I 3 MOVE JAX PASTOR ... .. ... .. .. .. ..

>t*ii # a .I rr t promises street 12:30 parade to be p.m.'bigger--which, the is expected to surpass r

: * * * and--better' than ever the '62 season's ini-

//j t. Paul Group will be led by the A&M tial presentation.

Rights, Tax Bills Passage famed Marching 100 and A&M won the cam last

_c "TET Bar Pastor Termed. Memorial To Slain JFT$ its the ROTC line Band.of Includedin partici- year before by over a 26--18 20,GOO score roar-

_ WASHINGTON Highly respected and popular ==c 7 pating floats will be ing fans. The pre-game

President Lyndon B. Johnson told arr" ; Miss FAMU--Miss Barbara show and halftime spec-

From The Pulpit intermittent applauding joint session of. p Williams of Jacksonville tacle was breathtakingwith

House and Senate members and a jam packed and her attendants Miss Dr. William Foster

c Movement To Oust Ball Grows gallery Wednesday that the civil* rightsand Texas Southern and her and his nationally known

a tax-cut bills must be passed and that court, the city high Marching 100 band cap-

There are strong indications that the the Kennedy school's marching bands turing the imaginationof
he would personally support
rumblings at Jacksonville's St. Paul AME to the fullest. * and their school queens.A the attending fans.

Church where the pastor is under fire is program number of local, social Then tooJacksonvll1e's
In asking for immediate dress was the warm ova-
Just the beginning of movemen t to oust 4/_ and fraternal organizations own Robert (Bob) Hayes,
passage of the civil tion given members of __
Bishop W.F. Ball, presiding prelate of the 1'4'-- will be rep- the world fastest dash-
rights billJohnson told the Supreme Court by the ; '
Episcopal District, which em- resented by picturesque van, will again be on'
his attentive audience bi-partisan attendees.The
braces the State of Florida.Members floats. Boy Scouts, Girl hand, and who knows, he

of the Stewards .................... that he spearheaded pas- President also let REIGN HERE SATURDAY Barbara Williams, a Scouts and numerous Just might thrill the
,sage of the civil rights it be known in no uncertain -
and Trustees Boards last senior music major who was recently elected Miss will
other units feature crowd with another TD
until the matter of the
legislation in 1957 and terms that her FAMU will head of the social -
Monday called on Bishop many aspect.tle- dash.
this year's parade which
Ball with resolution signatures is settled.A again in 1960. He called. maintain our military lated to the second annual presentation of the
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spokesman for the St. NMri & & & &
calling for the removal 'k, :!lf might at its present Fla A&M-TSU 'game scheduled here nor Saturday at 8 :

of Rev. R.J. Blnintf xt -4 .... awesome strength and at p.m. in the Gator Bowl. Miss Williams will reign DRIVING ON SUPERHIGHWAYS is rather like playing

pastor of the church A the same time would con- over MM's carpus' activities during the 198364 Russian Roulette. You never know which driver is I

charging that his continuance r stantly seek ways to re academic year. She is the daughter of Mrs. Fment: loaded.WHITEMAN'S' .

&P pastor "is lieve world tensions. Austin of 1731 W. 13th St.
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of said Church." k. Minors FacingCrackdown. I

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ever.ithat tk\e, lshoD Is TRIAL SET
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for the sit .._ 'J
uation which arose at Over LiquorsA

St. Paul and other Bishop !?. F. Ball
churches toowhereby the multi-pronged state- OVER EVERS' DEATH
Paul said that
group wide offensive by the
pastor sought to pay up
Bishop it\e no indication State Beverage Depart- i
the memberships which it
as to whetherhe ment and law enforcement
claimed are in excess of would act on the del- agencies and supportedby * *********** ** *** Segregationist

the actual figure.Blaine egation' request tore-
insists on paying for move Rev. Blaine. It was the Florida Alcoholic Bath House Sales -Vaccinations To Continue-
.Reassuring To Face Trial
Messagefor Industry will begin by
1505 members. indicated that the groupis Hits Road BlockHOT
Immediate erasingof immediately arresting
The St. Paul group determined to keep 27
S'RINGS.ARK.-AT) Jaxons UrgedTo January
racial discriminationand minors under 21 possess-
charges that in order: Rev. Blaine out of the A congressional proposal
intolerance and ing liquor or found to
to for memtership in this Sunday and JACKSON, Miss. -- Cir-
pay that woul authorizethe
excess of 1205 the pas will seek legal means, pledged continued sup- be under its influence sale of world famous Get cuit Judge Leon Ifeadrlck,

tor,ha Viet Nam to West Berlin. this week. -- - -
I of the treasurer, C. A. has been hinted that individuals to circumventa with opposing attorneys
Next to the prolonged State Beverage Depart- federal order requiring Persons who were unableto officials said. here Monday set Jan.
Willis and secretary removed the Bishop's failure to
applause given the President ment Director RichardB. racial integration ran take oral vaccine There are three types 27 for the trial of an
and new' signatures move the pastor from St.
prior to his ad- Keating said Tuesday into a roadblock. here during Duval's mass im- of the polio virus and avowed segregationist
substituted. Paul will result in a
that the statewide pro- last week. munization polio drive Type 1 is said to be the charged with the sniper
In resolution to theBishop Calk
I I a Editor gram to be known as A Washington ruling last Sunday will be most virulent this
slaying of a state NAACP
the Mctards: wed.trusti'vs r earlier this year called
_ charge: Story "Greatest 'Operation Minors"will for desegregation of all given an opportunity to being the reason why it field secretary.Byron .

notice be aimed to curb do so this week it was was the first administgred. De La Beckwitb,
"P1at. without hotels and bathhouses
1 a '63 Rights teenage drinking. announced Wednesday.Type < former marine and
42 a
to said 'C.A. Will in,' to along the row on the -
Fair warning has been 1 Sabin oral vac- It is,alsb recommended sales ,
farm equipment nan
the Trustee Board, Boardof'Stewards MIAMI BF.AOJ.n.A.-ANP) grounds that though privately -
given minorsespeciallyhigh cine will be available i'b followed
that Type has been charged with
or the .Official Miami News editor Wil- owned, they are
school students-- Friday for local stu- by Type III and Type II
Board and without liam C. Baggs chargedin through the printing and on federal property. The dents home for the holidays in the above order and ,
c authority fron. any Official a talk before news- baths are the city's I.
distribution of over at the city health at six--week intervals.
Boardor the cliuich papers in the country, greatest economic asset
the Associated Press has 500.000 pamphlets carry- office. 962 Main Street. (Only one dose of each -
in regularly and annually attract hun-
membership a failed to grasp the fact ing the story by a local On Sunday clinics will type is necessary but I''
called church conference dreds of thousands of !. '. ,
that civil rights "is news source concerningthe be in operation from all three must be taken. \, -

_ Rev. Blaine. pastor of the greatest news story ease in which a visitors.The noon until 4 r.m. at The next mass immuni- '-'

St. Paul A.M.E.. church Rev. R.J. Blaine of 1963. teenager purchased Council Hot expressed Springs City opposition Rutherford, South Jack- zation drive using Type

Jacksonville, Florida. strong move against the "And unless the bomb liquor a short time ago to proposed sonville; Fishweir, III will be held here

unlawfully and illegally. Bishop since there are is dropped in 1964 or in this area.Keating congressional legislation North Shore; San Pablo Jan. 19. Type II willbe

and untruthfully represented several churches in Jack- 1965, civil rights still said he hoped that would authorize Lake Luclna love Grove administered March 1.

to said Barnett sonville as well as will be the greatest the young people of the sale of Bath- Cedar Hills A.L. Lewis According to Dr. Lucien

National Bank ,that said others throughout the story," he said.Bagfs Florida would heed theDepartmen house Row land in ,Hot and Mary McLeod Bethune. Dyrenforth Jax Blood

C.A. Willie has been removed state that are not satisfied stroke ot s= breakfast t' s warning-, Springs National Park.: Persons who failed to Bank medical consultant,

4 as treasurer of with paying for in- fleeting of editors since it is not the intention The' Council approved a take the vaccine last persons who have received MHX3AR W. EVEftS:

said church and that flatfu Memberships.To and members of Sigma of crackdown to resolution saying that Sunday are urged to do Sabin vaccinemay first degree murder in
John A. Watson had been add fire Delta Chi at the Singapore such legislation ".all d the
to the jail youth and to give so Sunday, at any of the donate blood to the high powered rifle
selected as church treasurer -- flame burning in Jacksonville Motel. The break- them criminal records. be detrimental and harm- health
,end they, the said above schools bank. Riper slaying of Medcar
Bishop Ball is fast was part of the Associated Keating did warn, however ful to the welfare and
Evers in the
Blaine and JohnA. yard of
Re R.J.
Watson together with said to have announced Press Managing. ,' that it Is theDepartment' proper operation of Hot Argument EndsJohn In Man's Deathhours Bvers home here on J...
Editors convention here. -
this week that he has s responsibility Springs National Pakr. earlier and later 12.
Henry Singleton, signed The American Negro," halt the illegal C. Morgan,48, 1067
abolished the Social The City Council of the
1 new signature cards Baggs said doesn'treally acts and its will Houston being held met at the Evers. a former World
Action Committee of theME city of Hot Springs and
corner of Ashley War II veteram. had loot
thereby representing forth untruthfully to- Church in Jackson- and picket want with to go CORE out be done. therefore opposes the in city investigations Jail for homicide following -- Davis Sts.Reports been la the forefront of
ville punishable -
which has been Violations are enactment of any such reveal Johnsonwas the
said Barnett National (Congress of Racial E- maximum of six the fatal stab- NAAepMI..tatppi
concerning with United
itself by a legislation in the
four civil
armed with a rights
Bank that they had full Quality and lead in offensive.despite .
and authority the situation at Edward months in jail or a $500 States Congress effecting four board
approval, power demonstrations.! foot, two by having received
Hot Springs National
Waters College when the fine.
to withdraw 'I haven't met 10 Park." with several nails attached eume mss telephone cells

from said bank money or Presiding Prelate attempted Negroes who want social The resolution also to it. Morgan, threatening his life.Record .

deposit herein belonging to maintain control acceptance -- except on Students Football said the Council plannedto was said to have been

to said St. Paul A.M.E.. over the operation their own ability. '!''he7don' contact members of armed with a pocket NAACP
truth of the school.
Church. When in knife.
the Arkansas Congressional
t ask you to take SIll Sues
and in fact they had no Meantime: a hearing for thai home for supper." Tickets DeadlineDeadline delegation to enlist .r During the resumed

such approval, power or two members, Alex Cot- Baggs defended Presi- their aid in defeating fight the accused was Is PrriktMl

authority." trell and A.H. Williams, dent Kennedy's civil for the sale the legislation.The struck on the left side NEW YORK -- A record-

It was understood that on charges of disorderly rights program, contending Florida student tickets for the nine bathhouses on of his head above the breakiftg amber of Mies
check for conduct and disturbing AtM--Texas received
the cashier's that the President the Row are privately eye and also a
lARG14Ybing of NAACP Holiday seals
$2.300 which the pasto1had .public worship: has been knew it would cost Southern: game has been owned but are located on JOIf Sunday c. of Thomas cut on the right hand, this year wee forecast
withdrawn has been continued to Dec. 4, in him votes. set at 5 p.m., Nov. 29. both wounds being reportedly -
government owned prop- Johnson Sr. 49, of 816W. by Miss. Bobbie Branch
returned to the Barnett Justice of the Peace Headquarters for the caused by the
ert7.1be government eladowns Monroe police stated. director of the seals
f National Bank and the Sarah Bryan's court. It Be A GOOD) CITIZEN! ticket sales is Weston s and controls the Witnesses said the two board. here
campaign this
account of the church had been set for last I REGI S1tR: AND \Ott" Service Station Jefferson thermal waters used by men had become engaged 'The victim was stabbed week.r .

i. being held In escrow Monday, Nov. 25. at State Sts. the bathhouses. in an argument several twice in the left chest.

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THE '" STAR : ; : 1
FLORIDA r ji..a d 1 ir.a Politics As UsualBY


Published by The Florida Star Publishing Co' j
: national conference of top businessmen,
member of Associated Negro Press" educators and Negro and white community

leaders from all sections of the country

ERIC 0. SIMPSON............MaafMf Editor will be convened in Washington next spring

ALYSON E. WISE..................News Efttar under the auspices of the Department of coa-
merce, to discuss problems and opportunitiesfor

,HILDA WOOTEM.........CkcglatiflB Manger Negro citizens in American business

Commerce Secretary Luther H. Hodges announ-
MAIN OFFICE & PLANT: ced in an 'Equal Opportunity Day ar addressin

2323 Honcrief Road......Phone Elgin 4.6182 __ __ New York City.
He spoke at the traditional ,
'Equal Opportunity Day din-
Mailing Address: F t jr 'i ner of the National Urban Lea-

P. 0. Box 561 Jacksonville 1 Florida SS gue, celebrated this year on
: the IQOth anniversary of the

;, :_ : : MIAMI OFFICE --j A- .5 Gettysburg Address and the cen- -

t : '738 HW 3rd Ave. Phone 3111025 ?,+.. J %TL,. Proclamation.tennial of the Emancipation SIMPSONThe

-I- dinner was attended by more than 1.400

SUBSCRIPTION RATES in the Grand Ballroom of the Aldorf-Aetoria
I One Year. $6.-0'0 Half Year. 4.00 Hotel. Martin E. Segal, head of Martin E.
Mailed to You Anywhere in the United States .S. Segal and Company, actuarial consultants,
-.a.- -T an an NUL trustee, presided.

Subscription payable in Advance \ Secretary Hodges said the Washington con-
Send Check or Money Order to: ,
ference, as now slated, will be geared pri-

FLORIDA STAR P. 0. BOX 561 lip s marily to dramatize the opening of greater

4 Jacksonville 1, Florida : employment opportunities for Negroes "at
every level of business and industriallife.

ri Y ."

President's Death Greatest Ilow \k Whitney M. Young Jr. NUL executive director -

i also delivered a major address at

To World's Civil Rights Refom 45 h0 r-i: ; -.: S A>r effort the EOD industry ceremonies is making in which today he in hailed seekingout the

CHICAGO--(ANP--The assassination of Pres and securing qualified Negro workers .

ident Kennedy in Dallas last Friday as he But at the same time he cautioned that

rode at the head of a motorcade with Texas REMOVE THE BARRIERS, SO THEY CAN WORK TOGETHER "much more needs to be done."

Gov. Conally stunned angered and saddened Others who spoke at the ceremonies included

Negroes as it die! most other Americans.It Henry Steeger, NUL president, and George

left all of them bewildered as though Meany president of the AFL-C10.

-! suddenly orphaned.In Mr. Steegerin introducing Chairman Segal,
spite of occasional criticism of his Your said:
':civil rights actions and legislative pro- Weekly
'This is the third Equal Opportunity Day
posals the Thirty-fifth president of the.
S dinner he has headed. It also happens to be
United States was held in warm affectionby '.
the most successful dinner in our history."

all Negroes. Guide In response, Mr. Segal then presented a
From the moment he interceded in behalf Horoscope
check for $100,000 from the proceeds of the
'of the jailed Dr. Martin Luther King in
dinner to Mr. Steeger and said:
Georgia when he was campaigning in 1960
"This magnificent sum is, in effect, a
for the presidency, John F. Kennedy was
statement by the people in this room and
regarded by Negroes! as having a sympathy ly PABLO The ASTROLOGER that
the organizations they represent equal
,, for their cause, unmatched by any other
opportunity is no longer a subject to be
president. '
WHICH argued debated it is an essential fact
Since Emancipation, only the late Frank- ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR or ,
of American life.
lin D. Roosevelt appraoched the confidence

of Negroes, large and small, enjoyed by Secretary Hodges emphasized that the Wash-
President Kennedy. ington meeting, date of which has not been

While many believed President Roosevelt's firmed beyond' 'late next spring is being
.. aid business in its efforts to
planned "to

his sensmtive wife, Eleanor, he was neveras Born March 21st thru THINK THAT YOU HAVE IT MATTERS. IT IS IMPORTANTFOR AIMS BUT VERY FEW, IF seek out those who are trained" to fulfillthe
needs which the meeting will
forthright on racial issues as Presi- April! 19th COMING. YOU TO BE AT YOUR ANY, HAVE SUCCEEDED IN manpower on

"We hope it will inspire colleges, uni-
a senator, he showed no indication of WAIT UNTIL, THE LAST BEGIN. WILLINGLY OR NOT, YOU

.the depth of understanding he later acQuired MINUTE TO MAKE YOUR GIFT Born July 23rd thru 9-10-88-12-83-918 WILL HAVE TO TAKE CUSTOMAS versities and business schools to train"
more Negroes for those positions, he
about racial matters. many
Perhaps no President in the history of THE 24th thru said. .. '
the United States with the exception of "Most importantwe hope it will'dramatizeto
---.- DISTANT POINTS. You CAN WITH THE Nov. Negroes and Negro counselling agenciesthat
Abnihnm Lincoln who also assassinated
served in the White House at a time when
FROM WORK 10 GIVE THESE business world, and that it will motivate
racial] issues ere of greater national
MATTERS SOME THOUGHT AND BEEN IN VAIN DESPITE Negroes to qualify themselves for these

utterance, every action by President Ken- DISAPPOINTED WHEN YOUR WHOLE HEART IN YOUR BEST FOOT FORWARDAND YOU. IF YOU ADOPT AN AG- The National Administration' chief spokesman -

nedy on racial matters was under close CHRISTMAS COMES. I IF YOU EVERYTHING YOU DO. YOU PLACE YOUR FAITH IN GRESSIVE ATTITUDE, YOU for business government heartily cow -

scruiti. by the world. ARE GREATLY ATTACHED TO MAY BE INVITING OTHERSTO mended the Urban League's "National Skills
During President Kennedy' administration HAVING DIFFICULTIES WITH YOUR DEAR ONES BUT RECOGNIZE AND COM- RESPOND TO YOU IN Band," currently in full swing in 65 stra-

more than a score of African countries, AVOID SPOILING THEM BY DUE TIME. KIND. tegic industrial centers across the coun-
unknown except to geographers in Lincoln's BEING TOO LAVISH WITH try, through which qualified Negro workers
day, became independent nations and voting YOUR GIFTS AND ATTEN- LEND. TO BORROW OR TO and; prospective employers will be brought

members of the world's greatest international 7-30-88-14-82-738 TIONS. TAKE THE LONG- COMMIT YOURSELF TO AQUARIUSBorn together. He cautioned, though, that there

tribunal, the United Nations. TAURUS RANGE POINT OF VIEW AND LARGE PURCHASES FOR Jan. 20th thru must be "no thought of retreat nor equi-

Their emergence from obscurity and the Born April 20th thru SUPPRESS YOUR URGES TO BUSINESS PURPOSES. FACE Feb. 18th vocation" on the part of business once a

1 sympathy of their black brothers in the May 20thIT SPEND MORE THAN YOU CAN THE FACT THAT YOU MAY YOU MAY BE ASKED TO ASSUME committment to equal job opportunity has


i.itlsde on racial issues of paramount importance FOR ROMANCE TO COME INTO MISTAKEN ILLUSION THAT HOPES AND THAT IT IN BEHALF OF A Hodges also stressed the need to

not only abroad but throughoutthe FULL BLOOM JUST AS IT THERE IS PLENTY MORE TO WILL ONLY HANDICAP YOU FRIEND OR FRATERNAL compensate Negro citizens for the resultsof

Further the world of Kennedy admini- in the Urban League's proposed "Donestic -

stration, was much more alive to racial COMPLETE FINANCIAL IN- WELL AS IN YOUR PERSONAL REGARDING COMMIT YOURSELF ONE WAY Marshall Plan" to close the economic -

persecution and social injustice than at DEPENDENCE. ANY ATTEMPTS AFFAIRS ARE VEER ING TO- J40 DECISIONS VOCATION OR HEALTH OR ANOTHER UNTIL YOU and sociological gap between Negro


Though billed as a non political tour, RECTION. BURDENS THAT THIS MAY employment
CITHER DEPARTMENT MAY 'In developing equal pro-
1 the President's visit to Texas-;was regarded CREATE SITUATIONS AND 4-60-33-18-59-463 OTHERS WHO ARE QUALIFIED IMPOSE ON YOU AND YOUR grams," he said, "we must recognize the

as an effort to unify feuding factions SETBACKS THAT COULD ROCK VIRGO TO ADVISE YOU. POCKETBOOK. THERE ARE results of past discrimination and devise

in the state Democratic organizationand YOU BACK ON YOUR HEELS. Born Aug. 23rd thru MANY INDICATIONS THAT positive means of erasing the handicap imposed -

to boost his chances of re-election 3-90-22-18-78-392 Sept. 22nd 1-90-55-19-75-195 PRIVACY AND SOLITUDE ARE on Negro job applicants.
I Both of these had strong racial overtones. .* Born Nov. 23rd thru
History will undoubtedly confirm that 21st YOU MAY HAVE NOTIONS Dec. 21st CANNOT ALLOW ANYTHING TO STRIKING CONTRASTA
Negroes made greater progress toward their June
t goal of full citizenship under President WHILE GOOD FORTUNE '
than in
Kennedy any other like period of
time. FAVORS ON YOU IN HABITATIONBUT capitalism exists for the profit of a
One wonders how Kennedy's tragic death ABUNDANCE. THERE ARE relatively few people,
will affect the civil rights bill now pen- ADVERSE INFLUENCES COM- MISS THEM BEFORE YOU GRINDING TOGA HALT. ALTHOUGH HAVE SO LITTLE TO EXPECT majority are powerless victims ot. cruel



i One wonders if the policies he institutedcf YOU HAVE NO CONTROL THERE ARE EXCEPTIONAL OF RELATED ACTIVITIES COULD TOUCH YOU DEEPLY. is often very different. And that is cer-

giving Negroes greater prominence in WHATSOEVER OVER CIRCUMSTANCES OPPORTUNITIES FOR GAIN BE GUIDED BY 5-100-99-13-95-519 tainly the case in this instance.One .

government Mill continm? DO NOT KNOWINGLY THROUGH SOUND INVEST- PATIENCE RATHER THAN BY PISCES of the most significant developmentsof

One wonders how this great tragedy will MENTS OR THE ACQUISITIONOF A DESIRE TO SPEED THINGSUP. recent years has been the increase in
UPSET THE PRECARIOUS Born Feb. 19th thru-
affect the programs that were being pushed BALANCE THAT IS KEEPINGYOU VALUABLE PROPERTY. SOME OF YOU SHOULD March 20th the number of American capitilists.If any

under his direction to attain fair employment UP IN THE AIR. 6-40-77-14-98-647 NOW BE HOLDING COMMANDING YOU NO DOUBT HAVE A one doubts that p. few figures should set

opportunities for Negroes, for 5.70-44-16-93-574 LIBRA POSITIONS BUT THIS FAR BETTER UNDERSTANDING his mind at rest. There are well over 17

their right to live, go to school, move Born Sept. 23rd thru ALSO ENTAILS GREAT RE- OF WHAT LIFE IS ALL A- million shareowners in American corpo-

alout, eat and pause overnight with the CANCER SPONSIBILITIES. DO NOT A rations. And everyone of these, whetherhe
Born June 22nd thru
freedom and without inhibitions as other NOT ABUSE YOUR POWER OR owns a few shares or many, is a capi-
Americans. .REBEL AGAINST THOSE WHO talist by any reasonable definition of that
Because of the leadership and support for WITH JUPITER RETURNINGTO OFFENSE IS EXCEPTIONALLY OUTRANK YOU. YOU COULD much-abused word. .
all these ideals provided by President ITS DIRECT MOTION ; f! STRONG., 1 IT WILL NOT HELP GET THE WORST OF ANY TO MOLD THE FUTURE ALONG Another indication of the trend comes
Kennedy, the United States cannot ufford YOU MAY EXPECT GREATER MATTERS TO REFRAIN FROM FRAYS THAT DEVELOP WITH THE LINES THAT ARE from the New York Stock Exchange. Some
to retreat in a highly critical, bighly UNFAVORABLE AFTEREFFECTSON eight billion
sensitive world. PLE WHO OUTRANK YOU. YOUR PEACE OF MIND listed on its Big

But mostly, the answer is up to Lyndon B. THERE MAY HAVE BEEN INSIDE. THERE AND POCKETBOOK. CHANCEIS MATERIALISTIC PURSUITS extraordinary growth. It wasn' until

Johnson, now the 36th President of the MANY A TIME WHEN YOU ARE SIGNS THAT FRANK MORE LIKELY TO FAVOR ARE SELDOM SUFFICIENTTO 1929 that the average nuaber of listed

1 HAVE REMAINED TO YOUR LEGITI- two-billion level wasn't nearlytwo
EXCELLENT CHANCE TO PREVENT THE MORE SERIOUS 7-50-55-15-67-751 spectacular upward surge, therefore, has
December 1, 1869First National EFFORTS
Negro Labor Convention BEND
Washington, D.C. I IT IN
S TRUE, UNLESS YOU MAKE TURMOIL. IF YOU DIS- Born Dec. 22nd thru TOWARD OBTAINING The dramatic increase in the number of on
December 2, 1492-- columbus YOU
discovered the ADEQUATE MEASURE.
Caribbean THE MISTAKE OF REVEALING COVER THAT YOU CANNOT J. 19th who own stock has been given a fortuitous
December 2, 1859-- Famed TO
abolitionist OPPORTUNITY
John Brown THE
FOR ANYONE TO YOUR INHIBITIONS OR IDEAS AS TO HOW The contrast with the so-called "people'ssocialism"

and his Negro co-conspirators--S1ields Green, Dan- ACCEPT.EVEN YOUR CLOSEST SHORT-COMINGS, YOU EVERYBODY SHOULD BEHAVEOR RESTORE FRIENDLINESS IN of the communist world is oae
gerfield Newby sherrard Lewis, Leary and John A. YOUR INTIMATE AND PUBLIC
Copeland--martyred. Osborne P. Anderson (A Voice RELATIONS.
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Pqwlar Model Suit Against Jason Attends Regional ConfabMRS.

''Negro Settled DeputyIs '--iT I srto1


b 924.288 civil rights suit that _ _
3 .fir t Negro filed In federal Dis and Mrs. Albert Mr. and Mrs. ElifaJeaes

trict Court against a former ew Walker 1402 Prince St.; ; 3303 Ardesia Rd.;
Negro deputy sheriff of Jefferson Girl. "Boy.
County was settled'and dismissed Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony
last week.
Jackson; 1913 MeMilliu
Neither side would disclosethe Oree; 1969 Leonard Cir.
amount of the settlement. : : S. ; Girl. Street; Girl.
James Owens Jr.,23.claimed b -r. Mr. sad Mrs. Nathaniel
: Mr. and Mrs. Artis Harvey -
S 'y that L.C.Reynolds arrested him : Brookes; 1725 W. 15th
; 3536 M eM 111i an.
at an Althelmer cafe July 15, Street; Boy.
1961 and tried to get him to Avenue; Boy.
Mr. and Mrs. Freddie
confess to 'participation In Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt
MISS ROSALYN MOORE will : Beaufort; 4125 KatangaDr.
some alleged 1rrl Williams; 1653 Moncrief
join other prominent Owens said that when he refused S. ; Girl.
Village; Boy.
models of the city in to confess Reynolds Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt
Mr. and Mrs. John
displaying the latest'in struck him on the head with a Baker; 651 S. LincolnCt.
hard object and shot him In the Smith; 1528 W. 22nd St.;
Milady's fashions and stomach. :: E Boy. ; Girl.
wigs by Mrs. Charles 0. Mr. and Mrs. Abram
Reynolds said he was attempting Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Sunday at 9 p.m. during Johnson; 1036 w. 23rd
to bet- '
Stop a fight ? J SS l Cornelius; 6752 Rhode
i= the Diana Fashion Show ween Owens and another man St. ; Girl.
island Dr. W. ; Girl.
presentation in Club In the cafe. He said the shott Mr. and Mrs. Willie
ing "resulted from the acts of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Mit-
Eldorado's interludeRoom. Porter; 1556 Ella St. ;
James Owens Jr., In resisting chell; 415 Belfort St.;
Apt. 13; Boy.
arrest. Boy.
(Royal Art Studio Photo) I Mr. and Mrs. Maxie
Mr. and Mrs. Julius

i\ :YES, WE ALL TALK I r a IT'S Bacon; 2626 LarkspurAve. Boy.Colemn; 425 Claude St.;

I ; Boy (Twins).
Oratory ResearchBy Mr. and Mrs. Richcrd
Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Williams
S ,4, : 'i A' Watkins; 1655 W. 34th
Marcus H. Boulware ; ; 6228 WoodlawnCt.
St.; Girl.
t .; Boy.
Personally, I am revising PlY doctoral Mr. and Mrs. Harvey
CALLIE JACKSON (fourth from right, front row ficers shown in top inset are: Mrs. Beulaler B. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Lacount; 1296 W. 31st
study on twentieth century Negro oratory bottom of Beauticians Richardson; 29C1 AntherCt.
photopresident Trichologist Hunter (third from leftAtlanta, Supervisor; Miss St. Girl.

into a book which I hope to get published League Local 38was a recent delegate and demon- Beatrice Latimer, Greenville, S.C. financial sec- .; Girl. Mr. and Mrs. Willie

strator during the 11th annual Regional Conference retary; Mrs. Martha Smith, Wilmington, N.C., recording .Mr. and Mrs. Theodore
the latter part of 1964. I am adding these Pinkney: 1335 W. 9th
of the Southern Atlantic Region National, Beauty secretary and Mrs. Vivian Massey, assistant Williams; 5801 TrustSt. Street Girl.

orators to my history, because of their Culturists' League, Inc. held in Columbia, S.C. supervisor and president of the North Carolina ; Boy. Mr. and; Mrs. Henry T.

leadership roles: Dr. Martin Luther King Region III embraces North Carolina, south Caro- ..._State Association The 1964 convention will be Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Burney; 4523 DetailleDr.
lina, South Carolina, Georgia and Florida. Of- held in Durham, N.C. Williams; 3818 Bethel
Jr. Roy Wilkins and Whitney Young of the .. ; Boy.
Rd. ; Boy.
National WEDDJfcLG: Mr. and Mrs. Sammie
Urban League. BELLS e. Mr. and Mrs. Leandra

/ The written literature carries very little Norman H. Tillman, Jr., Conihe St. 21 and$||ma Lee Anthony, 331 37. Waters; 1122 Steele Ct.; Powell; 4103 Lockhart
1067 'Florida Ave. 21 Gereatha Wiggins 1741 Drive; Boy.
Ernest St. 34. Clinton Girl.
N. Thomas 709
i; on the speechmaking of the NAACP' Roy and Gloria D. Bradford, W. 9th St., 19. Jack C. Owens, 1484 W. Minnie St., 24 and Shir- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mr. and Mrs. Anthony

Wilkins and Whitney Young. I would be happy 1067 Florida Ave. 10. Jimmie Lee Culler, 331 'w26th St., 39 and Lillian ley L. Rucker,709: Minnie Strickland: 845 Birdier Thomas; 1418 GrunthalSt.
Julius Fowler 1674 Mc- Ernest St. 47 and Thei- : .; Boy.
Jones, 1627& Stuart St. Street; Girl.
Street. 20.
if my readers can give me information- or
I r .........
direct my attention to written sources of Call for Budget Terms

infornation. on these two gentlemen. by Phone

Classes of Motions

QUESTION: How many classes of motions do E T GATE CITY ROCKS the Market w; ea6? ..

haveH.P.L.. ,_ .' _'. x:.' ";,,. ... ,
$ ; kri, :,'
ANSWER: The classes of motions are as fol- With This Sensational New <

lows: main motions, subsidiary motions,
privileged motions, incidental motions, and i"

unclassified motions. e "'
Main motions bring questions before the ; :

club for consideration. Subsidiary motions

help to modify the main motion cr get rid'
of it. Privileged motions provide for the

comfort of the members (such as to take a K.:. SOLD NATIONALLY-

_ i recess) Incidental motions are designedto 3 .aw .4W3 p'"p BUILT LOCALLY BY

prevent errors being madeor to correct ., 1 ... ? 5, GATE CITY
4 errors once they are made (for example, "AZ' t i. ; 4,' j f

"? 'Rise ,to Question or Point of Order" ) .
... 4
Unclassified motions are often called .. '
"sPecial main motions" and are designedfor Locations 'y y

special proposals, such as resolutions, 3
to Serve You a'. .
etc. > ,. ,

For my chart of motions, arranged accord- ..

ing to classes and answering six questions FAST FREEDELIVERY

about each motion, please send one dollar

for READERS the cost: For of my handling.pamphlet on group discussion ,//5 dr 7f

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and Miss Bernice Smith will participate with other "
great day!I Gate City Introduces .
well known models in
Diana Fashion Show and wigs
_ this Tuftless, Smooth
displayed by Mr. Charles Sunday at 9 p.m. in Club },
Top, Innerspring Sleep Set, t
Eldorado's Interlude sk
Room. Miss Hattie Devoe will /
matching box springs i of Con, are at $119.95
narrate the event. Eugene White and his Interlude '
_ Orchestra will furnish the music. course, at a sensationally low Gate City's Price$79.98 Zxc.
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'. ;ttt ''"' NOTES

: 11I'III 1N.lZ ;;. I L.N. PEARSON, St. .J.JT.
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E ....... dent of Church seh el.
FAITH VS PRESUMPTION gave His blessed Son to will open Sunday, Dec. I

The Word of God declares die on Calvary's tree ta ; 1st at 9:30 a.m. The

in HEB. 11:6;. that clear our title to ,. Morning Worship service
) "Without faith it is heaven but, alas, instead will begin at 10: 5& a. t

impossible to please of taking Him at rIvw..i_ m. with lighting the '

Hill His Word, thousands turn 1 s candles and opening of "

There is nothing that away from His gracious I 1T ti "v t Altar Bible. Rev.; F. D.
will haunt a man like offer, 'going about to ....tZ" F Wilson pastor will deliver -
the fear that God may establish their own L 4 the sermon. The i
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3 be displeased with him, righteousness.. They rd Jjcj NL ;: two choirs will supportthe

nor any joy comparableto do 'good works" and } 4. service with Miss \

the assurance that He make great sacrifices, RJjI I tL L & Rudyne Watson at the i.i
is pleased. is foolish thinking that a God of x.rrr organ.

however, to suppose that love will surely accept ,, i Rev. Wilson is making
we can please God with their efforts and over- progress by leaps sad

the things we think He look their sins. But t : I 'f bounds. His keen in-

desires. We must give this Is presumption, not 4r _ sight is his outstanding \

Him what He says: He de- faith. How can a just asset. In the process of ,
sires. Thank God, it is God overlook sin? We' building an orgaRiza"I"I"It

not difficult to deter- should thank Him that In ion. man often forgets ;I

mine this, for He tells His matchless love He the ideals and objectives \;.!
( us again and again in Himself paid for our which brought it

his Word that it is sins so that we might be w into being. We get so rl
II faith He desires most free and that salvationis busy setting up the .//

of all. He wants us to "the gift of God, p machinery and keeping it :.'I

trust Him, to take Him obtained by faith alone. I a &r7: L \ going that we overlook r\\

at His Word. -- both purpose and pro
I' The Bible tells us at WILL YOU TAKE GOD AT gress. It is well to :,I

length how God loved us HIS WORD AND TRUST? _Y t a ''h. w __ .-.. .Ii \\"&t. s .a ..z. pause occassionally and 1
in spite of our sin and CHRIST AS YOU SAVIOR APPROXIMATELY one hundred persons attended the Annual Homemakers Mrs. Ruby Herndon, Businesswomen: Mrs. Luella Cummings, Floradale; to ask ourselves whetherwe

Presbyterian Church Purge Discrimination' Achievement Day held recently in the auditorium of the Masonic iKrs. Myrtle H. Jones, Council President; Misses Charlette Washington are building a monu-

Temple, Broad and Duval Streets.The and Linda Simmons. me nt or a movellen t.

NEW YORK, N.Y.-The United Presbyterian Church event sponsored by the Duval County Council: of Home Demonstration Reports of Club activities during 1962-63 ere made by: Mrs. EthelN. Erecting a beautiful

intends to purge itself of any vestiges of racial Clubs culminated the Home Furnishings Workshop.In Peterson, Businesswomen: Mrs. Alice Nelson. Marigolds; Mrs. 'church building or celebrating -

I discrimination in its financinl dealings before keeping with the theme, TODAY' HOME BUILDS TOMORROW*S WORLD' Rosey Lou Neal. Lincoln Villa; Mrs. Mrytle H. Jones. Long Branch; a centennialmay

,,1 J asking "anything of the civil and social structures homemakers from 18 home demonstration clubs exhibited' articles made and Mrs. Cornelia Prime, Pickett. easily become a

........ .. ........ monument instead of
J around us." .... by themselves. Mrs. Catherine C. Williams. Home Demonstration Secretary, was in
This was made clear in Special features of the exhibit were 'Individual Club projects"and charge of the program and Mrs. Loretta D. Williams. Lone Star, in a starting point for the

/ a letter to executives and investing.The a "Food Display" of favorite and unusual recipes. charge of Music. growth and expansion of

i; of denominational agencies policy statement The program featured Demonstration as following: Judges of exhibits were: Mesdames James Alford, C.B. McIntosh an important mOVell-e t.

by the Rev. GayraudE. represents "one of the "Shoe Coloring" Mrs. Florence Sumpter, Magnolia Gardens. Vera Wiles and Georgia Dixon. The congregation of

Wilmore, Jr. executive most Important actions Vake Your Own Hat" Mrs. Maud Dell Hutson, Lincoln 'Villa. Club projects receiving blue ribbons were: Wood lawn has great 1'0-

director of the of the commission, he 'Novelty Angels for Christmas" Mrs. Mary Washington Long Magnolia Gardens Appliqued Table Cloth and Bedspread. tentials. Therefore.

United Presbyterian Commission said. It also serves as Branch. let us dwell in unity
Floradale A Replica of the J. Irving Scott Playground
i on Religion and an "explicit mani- "How to Make Clip Covers" Mrs. Marjorie L. Miles. Special In the club's civic project. work sing and pray to-
Race. festation" of the commission gether for the completion -
Interest Group. BUSINESSWOMEN -- A Display of baked products using the BASIC, MIX.
Wilmore expressed the intention to
hope that church agenciesand fulfill the mandate The hlghlight'of the program was a Report of the 1963 Citizenship which included Raisin Cookies, Oatmeal Cookies Banana Bread. Two- of our great followingour build-

institutions will given to it by the denomination Short Course, held in Washington D.C. by Miss Eleanor Faye Sim- Egg Cake, Orange Bread, Blueberry Muffins Coffee Cake and Cheese ing program leader FranklinD.

adopt a policy state- s 175th Genera mons, former 4-H club member, now Freshman at Florida A&M Uni Biscuits. The cost of these products was compared with the cost of .

ment of the commission ] Assembly, when it versity. Miss Simmons received this honor for outstanding partici- ready-made mixes. Wilson pastor.

relative to hiring, purchasingbuildingrenting- was established last pation in 4-H Club work during the past 10 years. Pine Forest -- A display of Hospital ,Gowns with club flower ap- All district captains.
will meet at 5:00:
Hay In Des MoInes, Iowa. Other program participants were: Mrs. Margaret Bacon, St. Nicholas; pl1qued made for the children's ward of Duval Medical Center. p.m.
Mrs. Oretha Floyd Arlington; Mrs. Alice T. Nelson Marigolds; Sunday Dec. 1st. Chil-

"..w.'A. ... .. __, _.. _,. ,. (pTan photos by Randy Bostic) dren and youth will meet
r ,. ": .
'. :::-::: it._: - Wilkins StatesRights at 6:00 p.m. The junior
Mother Midway A RETURN TO INDOORS Visited Parents choir will rehearse with
Open Evenings Til 9:00: P.M. ,
CrisisST. L GIVE A TASTING PARTY of Mrs. Fred P. Davis also
Ronald Miller, son
R. AME Church at 6:00 p.m. The Fvenin
EVANS Mr. and Mrs. James C.
LOUIS--The civil Vespers will begin at
-Officers and members Miller Jr. of 714 W.
"Jacksonville's Most Recommended rights crisis of todaywas 7:00 p.m. Tuesday, I Dec.
Dealer"3RD 'are rejoicing in the return 8th St. visi ted his
brought on by
3, both choirs will rehearse -
& MAIN U of the pastor Rev. open defiance" of the parents and friends for in the church.

Let Your OLD CAR Make the Down Payment J.W. Jones following U.K.'; Suprene Court anti- two weeks. He will be Mid-week prayer Service
termination of the recent remembered as one of
M LOT FULL OF THE segregation ruling of will be directed in the
annual conference.
May 17, 1954, NAACP Executive the "Royal Impellers"Rock Conference room of the
BEAUTIFUL AUTOMOBILES Sunday's order of ser- Secretary Roy end Roll group.
WE Wednesday, Dec.
HAVE church
vices will begin with Wilkins told members" of During his stay, several
SUCH Sunday School at 9:30 parties were given in 3rd by Rider Grace Risen
LOW the
PRICES St. Louis Bar Association and Deacon Muriel Gold
a.m. Morning services at a dinner his honor. He also appeared -
IF IT'S IN TOWN WE HAVE IT! will start at 11 0' clock meeting here, Nov. 18. as guest soloistof en.He
WHERE YOU CAN SEE who taken but never
THEM ALL! sermon by the pastor.At When that historic de- the annual King gives way last for
4 p.m. the pastor cision was handed down, Edward' Ball.

t LOOK! LOOK!! will administer com- the Negro thought that years but never lives.DEATHS .

: J munion to sick and shut- his "long battle had ...,
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in members. The ACE Lea- been won, the NAACP ;;.?";': ,,:
d' IMrs.
63 Chev. Imp: $2395. ; gue will meet at 5 p.m. leader said. 'His con- H .. ____m_, :' '.mJ I ]n
I Evening service will As the return to fall and winter living approaches are your
,H'Top,R&H,Auto.,Pwr.Steering stitutional rights had spirits cast down at saying a long goodbye to "summer when
;Y open at 6 p.m. with the been r affirmed..but he the Imn is easy?" With just a little thought your social life .
62 CAD. CPE. $3595: sermon to be deliveredby found, he was not yet to can be just as gay and lively as it was this summer.
into the mainstream. Do as the Gourmets do! Give a Tasting Party. Need money Parthenia Austin Call ah an, Florida.
Dusty Rose,New Tires,Sharp as a Pin the pastor or an ap move for church, school, boy scouts or girl scouts? Call the fundraising Johnson 1356 'Florida.Ave. .
pointee. of American life, achieving committee together, draw up an outline of your plans Joseph W. Roberto, 2024
'| 61 T-BIRD $2195Just .; accenting to and you're ready to start selling "Tickets for Tasting". Lewis St.
r :. -. his ability as a free Everybody loves to show off their favorite salad dressingor Monroe Corbitt, 117 S. Mrs. Harriett ViCkI"27
Like a New One-Factory Air Condition. ,; WEE experiment with new ones, so why not plan a Salad Dressing
AMERICA and equal citizen. Tasting. Purchase a variety of vinegar, oils herbs and cheeses. Myrtle Ave. Pasco St.
.ta BEAUTIFUL! Participating in the Prepare at least six different basic dressings. Let guests samplethe Israel Law 1445 W. 10th Mrs. Nettie Rhodes,
1M program with Mr. wilkins various dressings and then top them off with the cheese of
their choice everyone loves Danish Blue. St.James 832= W. tttll St.
'" was John C. Satterfieldof ,Place bowls of different salad ingredients near the dressings Paschal, 3010 N. Mrs. JeARie ReuadtreeCrittfHidu
Yazoo City, Miss., : Tomato wedges sliced cucumbers, torn bite-size piecesof Myrtle.
lettuce. *, 4746 Mefl-
past president of the
At the conclusion of the Tasting, serve a good salad plentyof Mrs. Mattie llae Mitchell crief Rd.Thoaas.
American Bar Associationand warm home-made bread (use a frozen hot roll mix) a big 5860 Harrison St. Jefferson, 996
830 CASSAT adviser to Mississippi bowl of softened creamed butter and an assortment of Danish
Blue Cheese Balls. The richness of the Blue offers a hearty Mrs. Alma Robinson, 754 E. Ashley St.
Gov. Ross Barnett. finale to the social occasion. Spearing St.
Willie Shepard, 419
r (1824 w. BEAVER] Resistance to the Supreme SKOAL! TO DANISH BLUE CHEESE BALLS: Will Flmrons. Box 411, gal fort St.SISTER.
Court ruling, Mr. 1 pound Danish Blue Cheese % teaspoon Sesame seeds
1 LOCATIONS TO H pound cream cheese Corn Flakes crumbs --
Wilkins charged, was
H pound butterS f WCKS N
SERVE YOU generated in Mississippi, u AP MARY

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Feast Sunday: 12 Noon to 5
Sponsors E p.L
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p BIG POULTRY SALE Joseph ----------. -------Pronrintor The Elks Social Club- g ti 3 6220 Phillips Hlmy

will sponsor a feast (Next to Myers Pip a4.
State and Jeffpr.sor Streets El 6-9432
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ON! 12 O'clock at the MEANS 2 Miles South of Phillips
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t Allen ITs Top Students Groups Stage Vets' Picnic i Shelter Under Construction

Day Demonstrations

f y 4s. LOUISVILLE Ky.ANP)--
A group of 20 soldiers from
nearby Fort Knox Army camp '
fashioned their own Veterans '
i G
,. ,
I Day parade here last week by r
picketing LouisvHles main usa
Club In protest against Its jim z. m ii-:

crow policy including separate ,
dJ dances for the races at the .-
r The pickets, who were joined

ii by Louisville students carried
signs reading'Ulm Crow USO."
"Separate and Unequal was
Thrown Out In 1954" and i
"We Can Fight Together. But ass n
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Not Dance Together." They
< ; picketed at the main USO and
marched through the Louisvillebusiness

,'P"I district.
'P"r The drive against jlm crow at

the uses and at the Fort Knox 5 ,
( base Is led soldiers
by two ,; 5.S
FACULTY MEMBERS of Allen University have nominated the following students one a Negro the other white.
to Who's Mio Among Students in American Universities and collegeson They are Ps4 Henry Dale and a
Pfc. Dale both of
the basis of scholastic attainment and other outstanding achieve- Gronemeier
Chicago. They said they decided 55 : r-5 S
ments In 196263. They urtfirst row left to right: Irma Baker.Bidge- upon the picketing after their .
landS.C.; Mary Mosley Young, Norfolk, Va.; Carrie Johnson,Spartanburi," letters to the USO directors
S.C. ; Rosa Lee Washington Charleston, S.C.; Joyce Thompson, Andrews, protesting the segregation z z
S.C.;. second row, left to rightJohn Cunningham, New York: Gwendolyn practices were Ignored. M 1b
Johnson, Greenville, S.C. ; Michael L. Johnson, Columbia, S.C.; Carl Mc- Dale and Gronemeler charged S :

Allister, Columbia. S.C. ; Lutrelle G. Long, New Orleans, La; Elsa Boy- that two separate service clubs > wS

kin, Columbia, S.C., not shown. (John Goodwin photo) are being run In Louisville In .
t order to keep the races apart. -
They further charged that girls CLUB AIDS-Members of the Nasitra Club, a well Branch praised the members of this Club for theij!

Texas U. Lifts Baptists SuggestMinisters I Randolph Urges were taken from the clubs to known civic group, are shown working on a picnic outstanding leadership not only in the YMCA but
dances Fort Knox shelter at the Johnson Branch
separate at YMCA a project
Segregation Ban ActAs '64 ConventionWASHINGTON t by Army buses. They ask the started under W.A. Jones past president of the throughout the unity.Special thanks were given,
to the concrete finisher who donated free time
-- (ANP) -- clubs and dances be Integrated, club Members of the Nasitra club who worked on
AUSTIN Texas (ANP) .- PeacemakersDETROIT A national Negro convention to and that military and charitable the for the project. Namely, Ernest Pierce, Roy Brew,: -
project are: W.A. Jones, past president; Clifford -
r Student Integration leaders here (ANP) -- Witha be held next year following funds no longer be used to sup- and Daniel G. Kelley. Mr. Burney concluded by
Monday (Nov. 11) hailed an his- group of progressive aroused the. political conventions was port segregated sunctlons. Norton, President; Renzer Bell, Bob Gardner saying that it is through such unselfish devotionby
toric ruling of the board of young ministers standing suggested here last week by The two charged that after Harry King and Thomas Bryer. I.H. Burney, II, men who serve others that our YMCA will con-
regents of the University of threateningly over them, the A. Phillip Randolph presidentof their protest were registered, Chairman of the Board of Managertnt of the Johnson tinue to make progress.
I Texas the state's largest Methodist Bishops of the the Brotherhood of SleepingCar "The white USO Club...tried to ,.
school of higher learning,which United States last week used Porters and the American go underground to avoid in- Police Seek Baracial
t opened all campus activities the strongest language they Negro Labor CouncIL tegration." The use of the buses Damita Jo Heads Baptist Group Gro.upUrges .
Including athletics to membersof could Randolph who was the was halted and private cars utilized -
muster as Christians to Cabby's Slayer UL Benefit Show Ministers
all races. to take white Supports IntegrationSAN
denounce an as "absurdity anda "father" ,of the spectacularly girls to Fort
The ruling paves the to Knox. said. WASHINGTON -- (ANP) -- Ala. --
way sin" segregation the successful March On Washington they They said this CHICAGOANPDamita( BIRMINGHAM.
the recruiting of Negroes for churches. also added that Negroes Is In violation of service club Police here last week were Jo nationally famous and dynamic ANTONIO, TEXAS More than lO.OOGresi-
such activities as football,basketball Their statement, agreed upon would have to continue demon- rules and Fort Knox re- seeking two Negro men, said to singing and recordingstar (ANP) -- The Texas Baptist dents of Birmingham have
track, and band, and Is gulations.The be Jin their late 20s who were Executive Board recommendedlast
after a 2 1/2 hour session, stration In the streets for jobs will headline the Chicago notified city officials
expected to lead to eventual seen from cab In week that Texas Baptistsand
brought cheers Instead of jeers and freedom. demonstrations will continue fleeing a Urban League's annual Golden
Integration of athletics In the from approximately 50 aroused Speaking before delegates to the pickets said, unless which the driver' had been slain. Fellowship fund-raising, bene- Christians serve as that they support inter-
Southwest Conference. young Methodist clergymen, the 47th annual convocation of the segregation practices are The victim was James A. fit dinner at the Sherman House "peacemakers In these days of gration demands by Drt
( There was a general feeling some of whom had driven all the School of Religion at Howard halted. Thomas, 38, a chemist employed ,Hotel here Saturday: Nov. 23, racial strife." Martin L. King, Jr.; and
observers that other for about three and half This recommendation from
among a It announced last week.
night from their parishes In university, Randolph explainedthe t he Rev. Fred L.
schools In the conference were Midwest and Eastern states to purpose of the Negro con- years by the Food and Drug The Mercury Recording star the powefful192-memberboard
waiting for Texas to make the make their feelings known to vention would not be to organize Dr. Shaw NamedTo Administration. Thomas drove and former member of "The will go before the 6,000messen- Shuttlesworth. ,
toward the cab his off time. the 78th annual Mayor Albert Boutwell
move in during attending
integration the bishops.The a political party or indorse any Red Caps"singing group Is cur- gers
athletics. group's spokesman the political candidates.He He was found shot dead In his rently appearing at the Living Baptist General Convention of was told that these
The only area In which the Rev. Joseph Buckles, Chicago added, however that Hat'l Body cab by another driver AlbertJ. Room night club here, but will Texas, meeting here. citizens are behind Dr.
1 doors to Integration were not said they came to Detroit "to Presidential nominees of both Collins, 42, who said he came take time out to head up a list. The recommendation came King and Mr. Shuttles
unlocked was in The housing of Impress upon our bishops our parties would be asked to speak CHICAGO-Dr. LeanderJ. across Thomas' cab blocking a of entertainers appearing at the from the denomination's
worth in their drive fora
students. Out W.W. l :1th. deep concern In the matter and that the convention would Shaw Sr. dean of Street near the U.S. Soldiers '$50-per-plate dinner. Christian Life Commission and
board chairman noted that the rbme. He said he not limited to racial re- completely open city.
rather than to bring pressureon present to the Nation the recordof the Graduate School at saw two men, The affair Is designed to was
opening of dormitories and din- them." each candidate on the issueof Florida A&M University about 20, running from the cab. raise $50,000 for the league to lations. It also got Into such This includes ending
Ing halls to all students regardless Although the bishops' state- civil rights. Tallahassee Thomas was shot once in the aid It In carrying on Its pro- topics as politics aid to parc- segregation at hotels,
of race Is subject to ment failed to mention either "We would assess such heart. gram in helping provide equal chall schools and gambling. motels, restaurants, and
a federal court suit, still pend- Mississippi or "the South" by issues as liberalism versus named to membership on Police ruled robbery as the opportunities for Negroes In the In the race relations portion "
ing. He said: the board will name, their action was takenas conservatism and central the program committeeof motive for the killing after fields of housing, employment, which was adopted without any places of recreation, M
abide by the decision of the criticism directed at two government versus state's the Graduate Divisionof Thomas wallet was found Inside education, and health and med- discussion the recommen-. well as faireaploymeBtpractices ,
court when it comes. The court, Methodist churches In Jackson, rights," he said. the Association of the cab. ical care. dation read In part

on the basis of past record Miss., where white and Negro State Universities and ---------- -
Is expected to rule in favor of '"
Integration.In clergy and laity have been jailed School Integration Land-Grant Colleges
on recent Sundays for ,
effect' the' ruling of they during- the '77th :nnnuaLconvention 45l9
attempting to worship as Inte- Brings ChangesDOVER ,
board In favor of Integrating grated groups.As of the organ-

campus activities was a victory their annual conferenceat DeLANP) -- ization which met here ,70, '
for student Integration leaders. A former pupil who was one
the Statler Hilton Hotel, the
They petitioned the boarda 60-plus prelates declared that of the first Negroes to Integrate November 10-13 at the
month ago to lift segregation "we decry on legal as wellas Dover High school after it was Morrison Hotel.Dr. .
barriers in all student activi- Christian grounds the denial desegregated by the U.S. Shaw is a member of

ties on the campus. to any person of any coloror Supreme Court order in 1954,, Phi Delta Kappa National E R R ARECETS
There was no adverse race the right of member- last week returned to the schoolas Honorary Society in Edu-
reaction from white cation and Pi Gamma Mu
students ship or the right to worshipIn a civics and history teacher.
because of the ruling. a Methodist church. He is Marshall Arnall who National Honorary Society

I Dr. Gore SlatedAs I chalked up several firsts ai in the Social Sciences.He QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
Dover High before graduation.He was named by the
Founder'sDay A & M's Symphonic was Dover's first Negro governor of the state of
football player, and become the .
Speaker Band Lauded first of his race to be electedan Florida last Februaryto SPECIALS GOOD THRU SUNDAY AT EDGEWOOD AND AVENUE B \
officer of the school, when membership fora three-
he made the Gov- ,;'!.
DAYTONA BFACH' Found- CHICAGO Ill. -- The was treasurer. year period on
t' ers' Pay sinker! for the Florida AftM University After leaving Dover High, ernor's Committee of CENTER CUT SMALL WESTERN '
Arnall, a handsome, cleancut
ll'htPhi Alpha fraternity Symphonic Band is fea- fellow, went to Delaware State Professionals for relating -

chapter at Rethune- tured in an article in college, a predominantly Negro Public Secondaryand
Cookm.n Culle c. Sunday the LYONS BAND NFTIS & college near here.He graduated Higher Education in PORK BAR-B-QUE SIZE

December 8, will be Dr. KJOS MUSIC NEWS, an from Delaware State and began Florida.
graduate work at Howard un- Other members of the .
f Go agcT.. Gore Jr. pre- international publication -

sldent of Florida A&M edited by Howard H. iversity.Last Oct. 9, he.was formally faculty and admIni-
University, Tallahassee.Dr. Lyons and Neil A. KJos approved by the Dover Boardof strative staff at Florida

Gore will be the associate_ editor. Education as a teacher. He A&M University were : CHOPS SPARE RIBSLB.
guest of Dr. Richard V. is the fifth non-white teacherIn also in attendance here
Moore ,.: president of 'A staff of six instructors charge of biracial classes in at the convention of the
assists Dr. the Dover school district. In Association of state
i Bethune-Cookman during Foster in working with addition to three other Negroes, Universities and Land-
the period of his appearance ,
the members of this fine the district has a teacher of Grant Colleges.
on. the local organization. Spanish who is a Panamanianby 59 35

campus birth. LB.
Arnall, in May 1954.was one Truman Blows Y ;
of more than two dozen Negro
PRESTONE students who applied for trans- Hot Cold On

\ FREE WaxWashwith Supreme fers to Dover Court decision.Hs High after. the QUAKER ROYAL N

assignment to the foot- Rights Issues '

Fill-up Purchase of 15 gals. of Gas or More ball team as a halfback kicked ./ \
up such a furor that many down- DENVER--ANP) -- Former ;
EXPERT TRIM SHOP state Delaware high schools refused President Harry S. Truman FLOUR RICE
to schedule: games with who blows hot and cold on civil

Tops Seat Covers Carpets Dover. Dover was forced to rights Issues according to his ,
compete with teams in near- mood and to whom he Is talkIng -
.Custom Work at Reasonable Prices by New Jersey and Maryland, was both hot and cold last
on in northern Delaware where week.In .

desegregation was less of an Denver during a stopover .5 Ib. PKG. 39 3 LB. PKG. 35
Times lj
Square Car Wash andTrim Shop issue. enroute to Las Vegas Truman

10$ ATLANTIC iLVfc f-HONE IX OS tUAGNCJ said he didn't think Negroesare
Dr. O.A. Garvin being too insistent In
contending for civil rights.Tlflfegestlon .

With Air Force the StTLouls club to was resign proposed from SLICED BACON LB. 39 $ RED ,

CENTER AFB. ALA.- to Truman. St. Louis Mayor
.A GARDfcV S FIRST ERtHi "TORE (Capt. ) Otis A. Garvinof Raymond R. Tucker and County DELICIOUSAPHES
% Lakeland, Flaw an Supervisor Lawrence K. Ross U. S. GOOD CLUB STEAK- < > IB. 65$

alumnus of Florida A&U by the magazine Focus Midwest ,., .
r University Tallahassee in an editoriaL The magazine ; 15'"
Mer Von'sPharmacy Fla. is on active duty challenged the moral right of t"
here and has completedthe community leaders to honor .
orientation course discriminatory practices in"private" ..U. s.- #0 -JWATOES 10 LB. BAG 29$ .
clubs by their 11ti.
mem- -
for officers of the U.S. bership. .

.. Air Force Medical Ser- Truman answered the

vice. editorial at a dinner honoring :
; The son of Mrs. Agnes Sen. Young of Ohio by saying: FRESH COLLARDS GREENS 2 LARGE BUNCHES 25$

2135 West Edgewood Aveaue Hester of 610 W. Fifth .*. If the Northern busy
bodies would stay at home and
street Lakeland Dr.
let Us Fill YMF Next Prescriptiw clean up their own backyards '
Garvin was given instruction the of the 1
rest willobey
3 CANS $
We Pick in specialized its laws. Those South-
Up & Itliver Free
medical subj ects and procedures erners are anxious to do what

Wife Assortiwt Of Fatstt Meiiciies of the USAF Medical the law requires them to do. ,
They want to give equal rightsto
Cesnetics Sirirto ftetil.ery f Service.He Negroes." /
has been reassignedto The Focus magazine. took LIVELY DOG FOOD TALL CAN 5$ /

Please Dial PO 5-4485 or PO 5-1582 Vandenberg AFACalif. Truman up on his challenge by
and will join the staff
I.D. Harris, Reg. Pharm. there to practice "
as a AI1 right let us start In
dentist. OUR backyards." I PIG FEET & NECK BONES LB. 1 10$ fJ'

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Gregory ScoffsAt A & M Departments Spearhead Drive Ex Teacher Gels

Subpoenas j il aYeaatit arcc>* th aat a

DENVER Colo. (ANP) -- (ANP)--Llhd-

Comedian Dick Gregory disclosed say H. White, a former New

c here last week that he 'I York City school teacher and

and U.S. Any. Gen.Robert Ken more recently associate director

nedy were among those sub- of Operation Crossroads

poenaed to appear before Africa has! been named cultural

a Dallas County Ala., grand t !' affairs officer and attache to the

Jury that had tried unsuccessfully U. S. Embassy in Accra.Ghana.

to force seven federal civil White 55, currently in training

rights attorneys to stand triaL in Washington at U8IA headquarters -

Shortly after arriving here is scheduled to leave

foranappearance ai the University for his foreign post in February

of Denver Gregory waveda rr r, & 1964.

piece of paper he said was i Prior to leaving be will return -
the subpoena. He indicated he Y to New York city wherehe

would ignore the summons, r will meet and work with

which he was and r, Ghana UN MiMlon
slid vague !J j"a Chief Quai-
did not mention specific 1 : h ( son-Sackey and atMot the Institute -

charges. .....lf _,_ ; / >; of International Educ
,. .,,., : .
"Referring to the attorney general ';; __ ..Aje-_' ation.
_ Gregory said: # ."' .it For the past two years be was

'"Subpoenas were sent tc ..--. ., associate director of Cross-
everybody. My wife got one, ..e roads Africa a private organization -

Bobby Kennedy go one." .. ,_ .' /<: J ,' ; ,'," beaded by Dr. James H.
'" '
Making light of the subpoenas -- Robinson, which sponsors sum-

in jesting terms Gregory told GIVERS FETED---As section leaders and generous contributors to the William Oats and H.R. Partridge. In photo right. Dr. Ports (second from mer work projects for Am-

reporters that "expected to Florida A&M University United Fund Campaign under the supervision of left) standing; in rear shakes hands with John R. Norwood as he congratulates erican college students in many

be grabbed by the cops as I Norwood for his generous contribution to the Leon County Afridan countries: :
the University business manager, look on, Dr. George W. Gore, Jr. ,
got off the plane (here)." He United Fund campaign. Norwood, head of the University inventory Control Since 1958. he has been

was assured that he was safe president, presents a citation to Benjamin F. Holmes, superintendentof Office, was one of about 30 FAMU employees under the supervision of the associated with that organization !-

from the Alabama grand jury maintenance. Generous givers in the areas headed by H.R.Partridge, business manager H.R. Partridge who received citations for their and has traveled

here. business manager at FAMU! were feted at a dinner in the Orange Room of generous contributions to the United Fund drive.Frank C. Olds, internal extensively in Africa. He visited -
.In the the Dallas Ghana in 1960. '81 and '62.
meantime the University Commons, where special citation scrolls were presentedto auditor in the Office of the Business ,Manager holds the citations as
White said Ghana
County grand Jury received a was one of
strong legal rebuke when the the generous contributors. Shown looking on as Dr. Gore makes the Dr. Gore presents them. Shown seated at the table, from left to right, his favorite countries and he

Fifth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals presentations to Mr. Holmes. are, left to right: Henry Gaines, Cornelius are: Mrs. Gore, Mrs. Barbara G. Starr, secretary to the business manager looked forward to spending at

ruled that the Alabama speed Theodore Rose, Mrs. Barbara Starr, John R. Norwood, Frank Olds and Theodore Rose, assistant to the business manager. least the next two years there.

State Circuit Court which em- .

paneled the grand Jury may not Council Bare Churchs' FailureIn King Record
enforce subpenas Issued for the Dr. King's Wife To Aid Cause Chicago Leaders .

federal mien and other officials. Clear
The appeals court issued a Field Of Civil Rights PHILADELPHIA -- (ANP-- welfare. Slain Alderman's AssistantCHICAGOANP

Mrs. Martin Luther King. Jr., "I'm not one who worriesIn
order drafted the
restraining by Organized religion underwent a painful Up Suit Continued leadership and control
Washington-ANP--( was honored at a reception and the usual sense Mrs. King ) Negro
three-judge court in New analysis of Its delinquent role In race relations last week over the 24th Ward onve described as "the best Democratic
the Greater of the New
Orleans Dallas DETROIT (ANP)--Dr.Martin tea sponsored by a graduate England
forbidding when noted author Louis Lomax declared: Ward in the nation," was assured last week after Mayor
County authorities from tryingto ............ Luther King. Jr., and the Mo- Philadelphia women's divisionof Conservatory of Music.Boston
the "I am deeply moved to see town Records Company here, the American Jewish Con- stated. "I am a realistic wor Richard J. Daley and other party leaders threw their support

arrest Justice officials Depart-the that the church has finally discovered Faith, asking: have cleared up a misunder- gress here last week. rier. I am concerned as any behind the former aide of slain Negro alderman Benjamin
ment men or as the Negro. You might "Have we, particularly In the Lewis for his vacant seat in the city council
result of action. standing regarding a suit filed More than 200 persons wife who works with her hus .
any legal George W. Collins the
U.S. District Daniel H. keep looking because who Catholic group excused our- by the integration leader against attended Sidney B. Dexter band. ward's ..............
Judge that there acting committeeman the
selves are
Thomas of Mobile Ala. knows you might find Jesus. by saying two other recording companies chairman of the Civil Service "I also realize there are Collins needs just 29) signatures -
was few within the Cath- former to Lewis
Lomax. author of the Boot so Negroes secretary was
directed to the restrain- against the districution of unau- Commission welcomed Mrs. many more days of real con- on his aWermanic
serve olic faith that it is therefore not the man cast in the enviable
ing order on Dallas County officials "The Negro Revolt, was just thorized versions of Dr. King's King on behalf of Mayor Tate. cern becaus of his involve- candidate petition which must
? position. and the
one of many laymen and clergy our problem speech during the historic At a press conference priorto ment," she concluded., mayor be filed by Dec. 2. He can get

immediately. attending combined sessions Msgr. Gallagher then sug- March on Washington this sum- the reception. Mrs. King Mrs. King said she was now other pany chieftains are back- that many signatures his
that the Catholic church ing him to run for Lewis'coun-
here of the Episclpal Society gested spoke of working side by side embarking on a series of what cil friends say. by merely placinga
seat in the aldermanic
Maryland for Cultural and Racial Unity should: mer.The misunderstanding arose with her husband In the inte- she termed "Freedom Concerts few telephone calls to a
and the National Catholic Con- Use Parish buildings in urban election on April 14.
when Motown was mistakenly gration movement. I sing my message. This sprinkling of his constituents.
aid Election of Collins to the
Boys ClubsDesegregate I ference for Interracial Justice. centers to Impoverished named as a defendant in the She said she Is a "realisticworrier" way, I can communicate with He already has 2.400 sig-
council In the
rather than sell these predomin-
Another speaker participating Negroes about her husband's "
suit by Dr. King's attorney people. natures on his petition forward
in the critical self-eval- structures so that new roads antly Negro and Demoncratic That
committeeman. is
according to Raymond S. petition
uation of religion was the Rev. can be built.Rights. McCann. Motown's public relations Citations Readied ward is considered a mere not to be filed until Jan. 20.
formality. It is felt
.., Wyatt Tee Walkerexecutive Group chief. commonly So powerful is the 24th Ward
WASHINGTON (ANP) director of the Southern that Collins "won" the council -
McCann informed the that in 1936 it the late
Segregated Boys clubs in Prince seat. when the whois
Christian Leader ship Conference Nation Associated Press last mayor President Franklin D. Roose-
Georges County. (adjacentto chairman of the County Dem-
headed by Dr. Martin
week that his had re velt a lopside majority of 26.112
faced company
Washington. D.C.) are CHICAGO (ANP) --Inter- ocratic Organization and
Luther King, Jr. ceived 974 for Alf M. Lan-
a followup telegram votes to
with the alternative ofintegratIng "If the church is to be a religious and Interracial con- reputedly the most powerful
don the Pre-
the misunder- Republicar.
or closing their doors because witness (for Christ). It must ferences have been formed in King clearing The up had politician in the state, gave him sidential, candidate.
standing. received -
of a Maryland Appeals include 46 cities across the country company his blessing.
a new plank in its plat-
That FDR de-
Court decision last week. form and significant programs of a previous telegramfrom Lewis was also assured the prompted to
on Rev.
The Appeals Court which reversed Walker said Intergration.that would action are underway in 19 of King's lawyer but the regular ward commlttman's job clare afterwards: dial Chicago's
of the Prince plank announced statement then was not clear when 54 in the 24th Ward was "die best Democratic
a ruling .'there is these cities it was precinct captains
say nothing wrong ward in the nation.
Georges Circuit Court told the fcWithJntermarr.'ge." by the Rev. Galen Weaver executive explained.Dr. Y 4 ward approved him to serve on
Club which has 32 units throughout rXEe King's telegram to Mo- a basis
: cleric defined interracial'.- secretaryNational temporary recently.
] CBC To Document
read "Please be
the-County and which uses i rffayjage asthatbetweenwhites"aridfegroes Conference on Religion and town : advised This solid support is believedto

t public school and park facilities and added that the P'race (NCRR). that Motown Record Companywas have been the factor that "Harlem Temper"The

for its activities--it... ..for =) The announcement was basedon not involved in the recent consolidated Collins'position in
right one to choose his marriage suit certain Northern Negro's ,
". may no systematicallyand a comprehensive field report against unauthorized the eyes of party chieftains.
pa rtner is a personal right recordings of the March On feelings and thoughts about himself
habitually" use which should not be abridged by recently completed by NCRR.The .a his leaders and the en-
the basis Washington speech. Shuttlworth CaseIn
facilities on National Conference was
state. The suit named 20th CenturyFox tire civil rights effort told in
of racial descriminatlon. Conference delegates heard formed Immediately after the the actions and words of the
Records and Mr. Maestro Twist
Although the County Boys historic gathering last Januaryin
Rev. Walker exclaim: "If and those organizationswhich
you Records as defendants Motown Negro
Club president. Jack Resnicoff. still have this Chicago of clerical and lay ... have him follow
reservation was erroneously named in the zs MONTGOMERY, Ala. (ANP) seek to
board will faith
stated that
a meeting leaders of the major
there still resides In your In a strange action last week diem are examined on CBS
be held Nov. 26. to decide on in the United States.The suit.Motown
church or communion a pre- groups has recorded and released the Alabama court of Appeals REPORTS: "The Harlem Tem-
further action. Prince George judice that does purpose was to see who organized refused EST
not speak for two album on march to overturn the per, (7:30-8:30 pm ) on
School Supperintendent Wil- Christ." He added that the religion could bring its full speeches One "The con jctioa of Rev. Fred the CBS Television Network.
liam S. Schmidt said he would moral force to bear on eliminating by King. ,
church must lead working for Great March to Freedom"re- Shuttleswortb on a charge of CBS News Correspondent
the orders of the and dis-
carry out the abolition of State miscegenation racial segregation corded in Detroit afterDr.King blocking peeestrial tramc. Harry Reasoner is the

i Court laws. crimination the NCRR became had led what was then thenation's stemming from his arrest in reporter.In .

-.The lower court had dismissed But Negroes were not the only the vehicle for implementingthe Birmingham in 1962. exploring the temper of
the suit which which largest rights FOUR OF A KIND-Four of America's all-time great
was recommendations
ones first indicting and then march of more than 200,000 However on Nov. 6, the the Northern Negro a* die win

brought by three Negro boys urging the church to lead in evolved from the meeting. persons. Is a nationwide best performers Jack Benny Anna Moffo, Count Basie and same court reversed the conviction ter of 1903 approaches the

who had been denied member- changing the moral order of our "These activities clearly Indicate seller. The other is "The Tony Bennett will entertain nationwide televisionand of another minister with broadcast presents divergent

ship in the County Boys Club. Natlona. that religious groups are whom Rev. Shuttlesworth was views ranging from those
Great March On Washington"album. radio audience on Wednesday night December 4
Resnicoff emplained that he The Rt. Rev. Msgr. RaymondJ. trying to assume a full role talking at the time of the arrest. calling for total separation of

personally was doing everythingIn Gallagher secretary of the of leadership In the strugglefor at Annual International Awards Dinner of the Joseph Shuttlesworth was arrested the races to those calling for

his power to have the Prince National Conference Catholic racial justice In Twentieth Politician ToldTo P.KennedyJr. Foundation. Six awards totaling April 4. 1962 while standingwith total integration.

Georges County Boys Club Integrate Charities criticized his own Century America." $225,000 for outstanding leadership in field of a group of other Negroeson Reasoner producer Stephen
Chose Between
but he that
mental retardation will be presented. Canadian a downtown street corner. Fleischman and their camera
the 32 units make their Job Barriers
racial own Banks NAACP Others Prime Minister Lester B. Pearson will also speak. They were ordered to move crews have spent several moods -
policy. Major Broken In under a city ordinance which filming in Harlem, the
One of the units is all GARY Ind.- (ANP--move '
'one is Integrated and the rest Hire Negroes Nashville, Tenn. was underway here last weekto Collins Says Hands TiedIn prohibits traffic on the blocking streets.peoestrial greatest communities.of the Northern They have Negro -

the memberof
are he oust only Negro
:all-white said. NASfrVIL ----- PNashville's ._-- Rev. Shuttlesworth refused to taken scenes of everything from
( )
Ohio ANP the Lake Democratic Radio MenFORT
t He added that the clubs are COLUMBUS ( ) County Upgrading Negro move and he was arrested The middle-class
Insurance to slum living
The three banks large committee because of her '
completely city's major con-
dependent upon park companies banks and a great WORTH Texas.-(ANP)."We have requested that the others obeyed die Older condttioas and have filmed interviews -
Wand school facilities and could have Negro "out front" In their nection with the NAACP. .
number of downtown retail employment agency in Washington D.C. that provides our employees One of diem, the Rev. James With many Harlem's
establishments -
be "wiped out" if denied access down town offices and In two of The ouster move was being
desegregatedtheir send us Negroes qualified for upper echelon positionsIn Phlfer returned later to talk residents. The broadcast Intends

that the to them. He explained also their"Most branches.important"accordingto employment practice Nov. Strong directed, vice against clainnanofGary'sFirst Mrs. Jeanette our industry but they continually pass the buck," Former to Shuttlesworth and was ordered to bring into focus the

County Commissionerscould Florida Governor Collins told the Associated again to move on. conflicts fruatratUm and
1, the Metropolitan Human Re- Leroy Negro
David D. White who and first
District the of
"put us out of our office Atty lations Committee announcedlast Press here last week. ................. However, he continued: talking crises enoounteredbyHarlsns::
(rent free) in the County headed the NAACP committeethat week. her race to serve on the county Collins Is president of the from the agency are office sec- and was arrested on charges of inhabitants both outside their

Service Building and force u s talked with the personnel The businesses committee. National Association. of Broad- retaries.." violating the ordinance and refusing immediate environment and among -

newly desegregated ---------- -- --- -
>" ,to look for someone's garage." managers of many local banks it was added in- Her ouster was demanded "casters, and was in Fort Worth He said there was little his to obey a police officer. themselves.
-X. Meanwhile officials of and building and loan com were In petitions that were being circulated -
> pre-
attending their annual session. organization could do to promote
addition those
viously segregated Boys clubsin panies. "Two building and loan to large utilities manufacturing In Gary changing her Collins saidhewasverymuch his "fair employment"Ideals --- --- --

Alexandria Va (also adjacent companies Buckeys and Dollar firms and with disloyal to the Democratic the
concerned about possibility in the broadcasting Industry
retail which had
some stores
to.Washington) agreedlast Federal have hired Negro adopted similar In the party of upgrading Negroes in since it had no juris- now its Pepsifor
week to drop its policy girls. We are glad to see this a of personnel policy Although Mrs. Strong has the radio industry from the disc diction over the various broad

of segregation and accept some and it follows the pattern we employment sometime been credited withhaving"donea jockey classification. Collins casters.

younger Negro boys. had expected. We will continueour The ago. good job representing the said we want Negroes "in the Collins feels however, thatif thosethinkyoung who

Their decision was reached job of encouraging more announcement was contained (First) district on the Democratic industry as engineers, public adequate approaches are ____
following almost and more Negro youth to applyat in a report to Mayor Beverly State Central Committee -
yearlong, and administrative
Briley from the committee. relations men in made to the problem the pre-
quiet discussions with the non- banks and building and loan The Joseph (Duke) Hill, who and news commentary sentation of qualified Negroesin
Health: and Welfare Council of companies and that of encour report was by was spearheading the
Briley. It covered the six months ouster positions, but all we can get these various avenues much
the National Capital Area. aging these institutions to hire charged that she canncf,*serve
that the special committee has Girls progress can be made. He pro-
them. been functioning. "effectively because of herAACP Wayward mised his cooperation in any

ties Get Jail Term such effort. Louisville Gets
c oar For MotherDETROIT

1 1P (ANP)-A mother 1st Negro Judge

of nine last week was Jailed for
10 days by Traffic and Ordinance -
was -
Judge Andrew C. Wood Negro prosecutor appointed
to the bench here last week
for permitting' two daughters to
J becoming the first
rni violate the curfew law. city's Negro

Mrs. Reed was
1'i ta+ He Is 42 year old J. Earl
i charged with allowing one
t000 tS who will preside
Dearing over
STORr daughter, 18, and another, 15.
the Night Court division of the
to be out at 1:35 a.m. on Sept.
police court.
20. .
The law that children Dearing was appointed by
rAr :: says William
under 17 must be off public G. Colson. recently

streets from midnight until 6 elected judge of the court.

Dealing a Republican, will fin
s.m. on week nights and from i
OEM 6 a vacancy caused by the election:
h. 1 a-m until a.m. Fridaysand
'" .1. STAMPS Saturdays. of a former police court Judgeto

.w, Policewoman Renie Harbis the Circuit Court.

told Judge Wood that the A leader in Negro affairs

woman's division has had 57 here Dealing said he would try

: contacts with Mrs. Reed and to "serve with dignity.I .

her family, including a previous will make every effort to doa

\1 suspended sentence on a good job so as to reflect People are in the mood for fun these

curfew violation the on the credit of the entire com-
mother. against munity," Dearing said. days-and part of the fun Is Pepsi.

Mrs. Reed's children rang- Dearing Is a former president And nothing. drenches your thirst cou.11

ing in from six weeks of the Kentucky chapterof
r 21 cared the NAACP. He was on the like a oeW, l Ntv1 fH Iog P.,..
its .a vt Er to years, are being
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for by relatives, policewomen steering So tWflk yeung-uy"PetI. please, !"
said. Mrs. Reed's husband segregation drives here sev-
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.;' .I Government Explained To Loan Business Structure Men TfflMSSEn LOR'IDA NEWS l Faculty Scores Trio Hit TALLAHASSEE ROUNDUP .

TALLAHASSEE -- "Les The Big Bend area was really a beehive over the
TALLAHASSEE-The over-all structure of financial Ex GJC Student First-Hand
Instruction Trois Artistes a recent weekend. The scene looked more like a !hee
assistance available from the United States government -
talented Florida A&M coming affair than Just another big game for tile
Selected To Attend
4 for any and all pruposes was explained at the University faculty threesome Rattlers. Alumni and friends of the University came

recent 1963 Annual Businessaen1 s Lecture Luncheon, West Berlin ConfabST. i were presented in from within and without the state to witness the
sponsored by the Florida: A&M University: College of
tilt between the home team and Southern
Law. ....{..................... PETERSBURG A Negro their initial concert University
1'' here Thursday which turned out to be not what it waa advertised.The .
college student from
A plaque was presentedto in the Orange Room of .r, November 14.Comprising Rattlers took the foe with ease and though away
Dean Thomas Miller Uni- Florida has been chosenas
the Florida A&M
"Les Trois were looking for the "cats" from Loeisasa to at-
Jenkins of the College versity Commons. one of seven dele- .
Artistes" least score one time, the truth is that only once
of Law tor Johnny Herndon, Mr. Harris stated that gates from the United F. were:
i president of the -Tan a- the federal governmentis States to attend the Charlotte E. Giles and did they get past the mid strip.

"hassee Business Leagueat Mrs. Mary Warren Roberts The Varching 100" was really the main attraction.
desirous of helping 1963 meeting of the
pianists, and Mrs. Rebecca Many ticket buyers admitted that they came especially -
imatic during
a point wherever finance is unavailable International Student -
the luncheon.The occasion .. I IE IS Palter Steele to see the great band in action. Southern
through other Movement for the United
had their band present and the contest between tae
marked the tenth anni-
,J versary of the FAMU COllege sources and that it is Nations.Mac mezzo-soprano. two was one of percision and "playing". The via-
eager to assist worthy James Williams, a Numbers of their pro-
of Law. iting aggregation proved no match for the local

Alan Harris, Chief Investment projects and worthy ap graduate of Gibbs Junior gram Included: Mhen'I band, which as the students claim is about the best
Laid in
am Earth
Division Coun plicants.As College and now a Juniorat in the nation. As usual, the carpet was rolled out
_ result of the lecture Florida Memorial College Henry Purcell; 'Alma
sellor of the Divisionof a Del Core." Antonio Cal- for the visitors and during the evening bourn the
luncheon, litera- was picked to at-
city hummed with festivities, including the alumni
Small Businesses of dora; 'Co si M" All ettl'.'
ture on how to apply and tend the meeting which
the United States Government George Frederick Hmdel dance which featured Bill Dogget and his Combo.As .
for what the will be held in West
Classic time
approach that
we rumors are the
Atlanta, Ga. regional will render and 'Aria Di Polssentalso
government Berlin next month.In .
office was the opposition is still uncertain.Perhaps Coach Galtfeer
assistance was distrib- by Handelallsung
'speaker.He announcing William + will give us a hint this week,In the meantime, res-
by Mrs. Steele
uted. Additional copiesof
selection to the delegation ervations for the Orange Blossom train to Miami in
emphasized the Importance -
this material may be Mrs. Roberts as ac-
of good credit obtained from the Tallahassee Mrs. Alberta G. CDIIpm 1st. building up and we advise that those who

Jackson, coordinator of board the train contact J.O. Mobley at 312 Pershing
and know-how on the part Business League, Miss Giles, at the
the Florida AAUN-CCUlf Street, Tallahassee, for reservations. Those plan
of applicants tor'credit located at 2017 Owens said he will %,*. piano, performed: "Un
Groups, ing to motor should exhibit Rattler Booster
at the luncheon attended street, Tallahassee. STUDENT GETS LESSON Surrounded of a
be able to help the --- by a bevy Sospiro, by Liszt and
r by a capacity audience license tag on their automobile. Tags be ob-
in heavily made-up beauties from Jose Miollna's Chopin's 'Scherzo Op. may
A & M Staffer AAUN and the CCUN
Florida and will helpto "Bailes Espanolesa Frank Nina High School 39, C Sharp Minor." tained from Cornelius speed, c/o Maintenance, AM

Ushers Hold To Represent' give on the international student gets some pointers on make-up and theatrical With Miss Giles as her University, Tallahassee.
Lincoln High won their homecoming tilt before
hair arrangement. Deborah L. Fillyau, shown accompanist Mrs. Steele
.. scene a fine huge crowd that turned out inspite of the cold
Annual Fete FAMU At Cfifih image of the United here, by means of a diagram, how to apply make-up; sang in Part three of weather.
and with the aid of a roll of hair, she was given the program: "A Little
States, of Florida and instructions Among the campus activities over the recent week-
on how to arrange hair attachments. "
''Don' t Look Back"' was of the Deep South.; A talented dancing student, Deborah is Interested Song of Life, Malotte; end, mention (rust. Le wade. of the program in the

the subject of the' ser Williams is serving his in a theatrical career. She is the daughter of Mr. The Cloths of Heaven"Thomas College of Law,which featured as guest speaker, the

mon preached by Rev. .f second year as state Mrs. Ernest Fillyau, Polklnghorne village, Florida F. Dunhlll; and Honorable Alfred R. Taylor of Jacksonville (he is

Jermiah Gee, Sr. to .y chairman of the Collegiate A&M University. 'The Lotus Bloom, the new assistant prosecuting attorney and among

r the Ushers at their a Councils for the John Jacob Niles. the first). Honored were the law students who were

Twenty Seventh Anniversary Ate. t't United Nations. super- Scout NewsNovember Chopin's "Etude Op sworn in as new lawyers on the day before. Namely,

program spon- vised activities on Boy 25, No. 11. and 13811 Edward RogersWest Palm BeachJohn; Due, Jr., Jack-

sored at the St. Rosa campuses of such white ade G Minor, Op. 22, sonville, and Alcee L. Hasting, Orlando. Present
A 25 marked the last appeal for scouts who also by Frederic Chopin
primitive Baptist institutions in Florida also was Hemphill P. Pride who was recently sworn

Church. Explaining the .as Florida Fresbyterim are Interested In attending the National Jamboree were played by Mrs. in before the South Carolina Par.

duties and responsibilities College, Florida'state which will be held next summer at Valley Forge, Roberts., Attending was Attorney Jennings Best and other

of the church work- University, the Uni- Pennsylvania. After thenno applications will be Following the intermission College of Law alumni.Following the game, where

ers, the speaker admonished versity of Florida St. accepted. Our quota is far from being filled. In Mrs. Robertsand the group occupied a box seatthey were entertainedat

the audiencenot MRS. BROWN PetersburgJunior College fact, only three boys have paid their initial registration Miss Giles performeda the home of Dean and Mrs. Thomas Miller Jenkins.

to allow past mistakes SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. Jacksonville, and fee of twenty-five dollars.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx. brilliant duet in the Miss Mae Frances Triplett is engaged. Her fiancee

University of South rendition of Tchaikow- Williams of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis
and misfortunesto The English Departmentof is Curtis W. ran
A troop is in the making at the Ft. Rosa Primitive sky's "Concerto No. 1
prevent them from Florida A&M university Florida. Williams of Jacksonville. She is the daughter of
Baptist Church.A visit to the church Sunday School, B Flat Minor. "
progress in present and Tallahassee, will be Because the West Berlin Mr. rod Mrs. T.R. Triplett of Saxon Street. During ,
revealed that the boys were interested and would be In Part Six of the '
will cost the Education week the University -
future activities.He represented here at the trip SI.000 American sponsored by
happy to have a troop. We talked with Raymond John- Mrs. Steele
also lionized the 53rd Annual Conventionof Florida Memorial Collegeand sang a tribute was paid to Mrs. M.G. Edwards,
son and Jack Johnson. Puccini's "Tu Che Gel by Willie Carl Rogerspresident, Sydeapark Chapter,
Gibbs Junior Collegeare
efforts of Mrs. Mary P. I the National Councilof
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxA Sei cinta (Liu), from Student National Education Association. Mrs. Edwards -
Johnson who had served Teachers of Englishby soliciting funds
for the public advancement ceremony will be held the "Turandot," to accom- was cited for rendering invaluable service as
meeting. Con-
as president from the' Mrs. Maurice Yeldell
tributions from citizens the second week in December and we are requestingthat paniment by Miss Giles. a teacher for a period of thirty-five years. The
inception of the group Brown, member of the
all scoutmasters a board of Review Miss Giles and Mrs. of the "Education Streagh
and others who had department and former throughout the nation sponsor as the theme program was

worked diligently in resident of Newport are welcomed and can be soon as possible so that scouts not advanced this Roberts performed Edvard theme of the program was "Education Strengthens

their efforts to render News, Va.Meeting sent to L.O. Harper year will be advanced on this program. We would appreciate Greig's "Concerto in A the Nation" Guest speaker was W.E. Combs, spe-
it if would practice Christmas Minor, Op. 16." as Part
CCUN sponsor at Gibbs you songs cialist in Secondary Education, State Departmentof
services to the church. Nov. 28 through
and be prepared to present a skit. Seven of the program. Education.
Usher Boards represented 30. the convention headquarters Junior College St.

-. were: Griffin will be in the Petersburg, or Mac James xlxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxChairman
Lewis of the Leon Division that
Chapel, Gethsemane, St. San Francisco Masonic William at Florida Manorial each troop perform at least two community urges projects Dance Group Is Preparing Honors Planned

Mary Primitive Baptist Auditorium with major College, St. Augustine before the end of the year.

Macedonia Primitive meetings. Florida. xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxThis For Two Seasonal Concerts For Rev. Wilswi

Baptist Mt. Zion Primi- is also the time of the year when award com-
Marching 100 To Be Presented TALLAHASSEE/ -Members of the Orchesis Modern Dance
tive Baptist and Foun- On mittees are appointed for the purpose of honoringwho Plans have been completed -
Club of Florida A&M University will be presented in
tain Chapel Church. have contributed to scouting during the year. for the anni-

The group reported that National Tel evTALLAHASSEEAccording ision Dec. 1stS If you have a committeeman or woman in ,your unit two concerts during the next*...two.."weeks."............... versary celebration: in

one member had passed : to an announcement made that you would like to have presented in award The group, directed by honor of the Rev. G.H.

during the year and that this week by Dr. Willi D P. Foster, director of please notify Chairman Lewis.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx. Miss Beverly A. Hills- Sandra Lewis, Pensacola; Wilson which will be
man, will be presented Edward Cook, Palatka;
collections netted during at the St. Peter
bands at Florida A&M Univ rersity, the FAMU Marching
the notice that of scouts Thursday, November 27, Julia (bbb,Inez Washington Primitive
anniversary was Band will be featured Sunday, December 1, on a na- We none our are seen tryingto Baptist Church

sixty four dollars. tional television networkThe show. ................. crash the gate at football games or getting into at 8 p.m. in a concertat Tampa; Patricia on Sunday December at

Appearing on the program trouble around the city. This is a good sign and we the Jones High School Cooper, Quincy; William '3 p.m.

were Deacon Jack program, devoted to Eastern Standard Time. hope that the good conduct will continue. auditorium, Orlando Dennis,Claud a Dueheart, Reverend Goodman will

Johnson, Mrs. Cora Allen the outstanding marching The presentation of the xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxTroop Fla. Sponsors of the recital Delores Higgs, Gwendolyn be the guest speaker.

Melvin Johnson; bands in the country, Florida A&M Marching 161 of Southwest School is planning for a are members of Johnson, Janice Maycock, The Sunday observance

Mrs.. Mary Cunningham, will be shown on the Band will be a five- dinner which will be held at the school next month. the Orlando Alumni Chap Geraldine Monroe. Bar- will climax a two night

Robert Jones, Mrs. Rosa National Broadcasting minute film highlightof This is a money making project and should be triedby ter, Kappa Alpha Psi barb Sargent, Miami affair in which obwehes

B. Richardson, Eddie L Company's "The Sunday the famous FAMU other troops. Fraternity, Inc. JohnW. May J. Dixon Jacquelyn in the city, members and

Robinson and Mrs. Mary'P. Show. with Frank "Marching 100 s" per- xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Butler is president Jones, Lake Wales. organization will Join

Johnson.The Blair as commentator. formance in the Orange Student Organization ToM eel of the chapter, and Pa- Also Janette Ellis in honoring the illustrious -

Rev. H. H. Wilson 'The Sunday show" is Blossom Classic Orange tricia.S. ,Parker is Georgia Roberts Milton: pastor.

is pastor of the church. scheduled for 4 to 5 pfaTkf Bowl Stadium, at Miami, January 22-23 At t Fla. A & M chairmen of concert ar- Frankie Flakes, Pompano Rev. Wilson is widely

shown on the NBC net- : rangements.On Beach; Corrine Johnson known for.Ids ability asa

work program.Dr. TAUAHASSEE--Plans for the fourth Annual Student December 7, at 8 West Palm Beach: Marion minister aDd a speakerwho

Foster, director Leadership Seminar, to be held January 22-23, 1964on p.m. the FAMU dance Jones Brenda Ray Fort has few peers in the

of the band which was the campus of Florida ASM University, are in group will be presentedIn Lauderdale; Ruby Jones city. He has also distinguished -

II recently featured in their final stage,according to an announcement made an annual Christmas Ocala; Samuel Kelly himself aa a
EBONY national concert in the Charles Killer builder of etarcfies for
II magazinea Ihts week by Theodore Nims: Jr., chairman of the Hastings; Charles -
publication, is a native Winter Wood Theatre on Alachua; Delores the congregation that
board of FAMU Pre-Legal
of Kansas City ..._.......:..uuuu................. the Florida AtM campus. Mitchell Tallahassee. he represents.STOPFAuN9NOW .
I Founded by Remus Allen
Kas. He received his Government Association; Among numbers that will
president of the society
I bachelor's degree from the Hon. Scovel Richardson be included in both con-

I the University of Kansas during 1960-61, the Judge, Court of certs are: *The Lonely "
Leadership Seminar
I master's degree from pro- Customs of the United Crowd," "The Drummer .
vides a means by which
Wayne State University, States, sitting in New Boy' 'Designs in H A I
I ;
Junior and Senior high R :1
........ Detroit, and his doc- York; Spottswood Robin- Space," "Twelve Days :.
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torate from Columbia son, former dean Howard of Christmas. "Chil USE
Junior college students 8stlters
University, New York University Collegeof dren Go, and Tfegro I
may: exchange ideas on
Law; Gretchen F. Folk Song."

Iii T.. (0 WRFI leadership skills under Mrs. Marclyn Smith of ii "
.. City.GO the guiding hands of a Jackson, publicity expert AVE IT
recognized leader. of Boston Mass.; the FAMD Department of

Dr. Wllliaa Howard FAMU Health and Physical Education
Sane of the outstanding
CHURCH and authority is in charge of
leaders who have servedas professor fAVWT II ftth**'* ..w ttrmtm for MMl ...dw.p
seminar on African affairs; and public relations for the p.d.c$ ....,.__ is 14 pw .t tl..

consultants Joseph Gibbs, professor dance group whose membership .... .. Wr I.i d..tay1 ...1p b.oai..1

Include: Dr. ira C. of law the FAMU College roster includes ................ ........; .r --...... "b. ....
Royal Gown..Cola. .' Robinson, former chairman ...w..d.'A"1Ai.S.p.dnerd.jg..d
of Law. the following students:
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region. National Student Consultants for the' Waste McBride, Orlando; .h..gsI, ...,.... ...,, .t.44v, W.I... .Iwlr.

1410II forthcoming fourth an- Blanche Alexander, !L..tile reel) ".....'. CNwtaM. Hry.

nual seminar will be announced Riviera Beach; The 1ma "
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Students from the Coleman, Janice DuBose,

Ratio ,Ap,11 2017 OWN or pbaae 222-3025 states of Florida, Xandra DuBose, Mary Harrison Esther's Beauty Aids / SOW t1w6MtSl N.Y tNewYedl27 _

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yl c I BARBERSHIP Operator Willie WED Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gibson who were recently wed are seen at
for an opportunity for
Fuller 834 NW 2nd. leadership experiences, center, flanked by their sponsors in a nuptial event held in the hoc
Avenue. decision-making, recreation -- of Fssau G. Johnson of 5815 NW 12th Ave. The bride is the daughter of
;>- : and fun. Regular Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Weir and the groom is the son of Mrs. A. Johntma,

P 1 a '" meetings are held on the The ceremony was performed by the Reverend I.e. Mickens. The couple reside -
2nd and 4th Saturdays at at 3290 NW 48th Terrace. (Florida Star Photo )

HONORED---Some of the guests who were present at the Hampton House recently 4:30 p.m.
when the All People's Democratic Club made awards to the Miamians ------- -
who participated in the ,historic Civil Rights March are seen here.
Cecil Rolle, founder-president of the organization is in the foreground, y
4Y Tune WAME Home Of The World'sChampion
at rightbeing congratulated by Dr. Clement! Benoit, Haitian revolutionary S
leader. Others in the picture include Mrs. Delores Hawkins, Mrs. ,
Lillie- Booth, Phillip Garrick, Miss Barbara Boney. Benny 0'Berr,. ,
Benjamin Apple Baum, Tbney E. :ForrSst, Ellis UcCants, Crispin S. Fife ,
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guest speaker is shown in' inset. .

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PICKUP & include a friend, Mrs. Hotel in SarasotaFlorida. w
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SERVICE who will attend are:Miss
Boyd died Nov. 25th. :
Olive AlexanderMiss Ida
Survivors include her
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father, Mr. John Vickers
yer, Vrs. Alice Evans,
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*-"-* BETWEEN THE LINESQUR ;:_ -. Here's ::Junior Astronaut With High Hopes

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The almost sudden rise of Martin Luther --' ("5
King to prominent leadership in the Negro .' : ,; .:.,

race in this country is one of this gener- //id ,' ;

ation' s modern miracles.
Jfgt 1
Booker T. Washington rose to leadership ata

time when leadership material +
was scarce, r

and with his passing the consenus was that $ >:T yaal.tE .
+Aa'r {
he was the last of the individual leaders _

among Negroes. z .
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Shortly after the rise of Washington, '

DuBois arrived on the scene and soon made

';,a"-bid, for. the leadership of the race that

posed a division among Negroes that exist #

even today, although the DuBois and Washington -
schools of thought that at one time

seemed. conflicting and contradictory have

merged'" in the common fight for the Negro's *ItIr s

'fuller' emancipation a fight that today isM

:waxing more and sore stubborn.

,Long ago, DuBois went to the great Tus-

:kcgee that Washington through his philosophy -

built, and by this very visit he indi- 2

cated that he and "ashingtunere buryingthe _
< Patsy Ann pixon; a fifth grader at District of Columbia'sBirney
hatchet. From that time on there was Elementary school, holds the Dennis the Menace School
Savings poster designed to promote the sale of U. S. Savings
little or no friction between those titans 4
< Stamps Poster features the Junior Astronaut Certificate, being
as leaders of the struggling Negroes of 4 offered by the Treasury to student stamp buyers, which bears
UH SON the signatures of Secretary Douglas Dillon and the seven
this country.The B d MIAMI
original astronauts certifying that stamp buyers are supportingthe
For Freedom and, Jobs' slogan of the nation's space program. Daughter of Mrs. Louise Dixon,
Vice President, Birney School PTA, Patsy joins the ranks of such
March on Washington was just another way of veteran campaigners for Savings Stamps as Hank Ketcham,
ENTERTAINED---Hospital librarians who were entertained Scott, standing; Lillian Barbiere, Mt. Siani, creator of Dennis, who has been drawing promotion cartoonsfor
saying that the line that so long separatedthe since his WW II discharge and Jay
the Treasury Navy
recently at Christian Hospital by Irs> Robert P. Jackson, Asst. Adm. Christian Hospitaland
North Dennis in the network TV series, who kicked off the
followers of DuBois from those of wash- Irene Sheppard, record librarian at that institution speaker;Sidney Goldin, Mt. Sinai, Myra Moore, ,
Junior Astronaut promotion program at Houston's big Savings
ington has beer erased. When a Washingtonarose are seen here.From left, clockwise are St. Francis, Betty Malone, Miami Heart Inst., Stamp rally last Fall. Both Patsy and Dennis have high hopes
it was not long before a DuBois arose Adele Alvardo, victoria Hospital; Sylvia Logli an- Estelle Oolitz. Miami Heart Inst., Ibrothy Daily, that millions of American youngsters will join them in America's
ni, Doctors, Peggy Price, Doctors, Consuelo Texi- South Miami, Karl Gruber, Cloverleat, and Irene space program by purchasing Savings Bonds with completed
to oppose him--and at times most bitterly. albums. A Junior Astronaut herself, nine- -old Patsy
dor."t. Sinai, Cecile Myer, V.A. Hospital, Thelma Sheppard Christian. stamp year
--- hopes to be a nurse when she grows up and is building financially
Ousted Preacher * toward that goal. She has bought one U. S. Savings
L(J OI(! A Classic WukenJ Pscks ga Phnl V/ilkins; ; Urge KEEP AMERICA, Bond with her stamp savings. and is now hard at work filling
From "JBEAUTIFULilPAULETTE another album I
ParsonageTAMPA -
Segregation Ballots --

your ANP
-- ( ) -- A Nationwide Action
wakfl ywr plans Ar OiV for the.. congregation that MIAMI Stating that WITH
"ousted" its ministerby
"The city is an eyesoreas u. S. SAVINGS BONDSPHONE
holding bootleg ser-
f'r n(( ( < t ( I ",I I IMmAMI far as Florida is
r n,I rjf L.1 vices without his concerned Roy Wil- CHILDREN'S
knowledge went to court.
1-ORIDA kins, executive secre-
last week in an effortto FR 7-2294
tary of the NAACP said SHOP
INCLUDES:Mum bach Natal evict him from the FOR BETTER PICTURES SEE
3 Days- with meals t DtMitre wd here Wednesday that his '
$2500 $. 2 Breakfasts Detail mt Pool parsonage.
2 Nights &. J4 W-yird-!ins Ukct to GamtO3ME Members of the Pente- organization nationwide is con- From InfancyTo
sidering a
ANYTIME FRI DAY, DEC. 13TH-LEAVE ANYTIME SUNDAY, DEC. 15THM.aMaw costal Church of God Teen Age '
---------------- appeal for tourists to
et s fartmest scram I CLASSIC HOUSING COMMITTEE filed suit in circuit
.for tko first time yes tn iijoy s stay boycott St. Augustine.
'_ front Miami beck hotil.0.with AU foulirin for yew plttwrt.: I I[ 1104 NW 3RD AVE. court asking that Elder Describing the racial 138 N. MIAMI AVE. DINNERS PARTIES WEBBING PASSPORTS
Pool oid Ouse,11Iothispr
Bar mi Cockta'J Ugigt, Swiraraiag I
Duiiag loom (MIAMI I 34, FLORIDA General Coleman former "
Irtokfosts ni Dtliii Dmitri. Spotion iir 'situation there as 1 t to 8
CompUtt TELEPHONE FR Open{ pjfl. p.m.
pastor be removed from 9.0435MIAMI
Surroonjiegi. Mail thaA 1|PLEASE SEND RESERVATION
*" C4 = ',copo NOW ni |tt coplotf tfottlls ni Wormotioi. Plea NOW. 1(ICARDS FOR THE 63 CLASSICI church property.He Wilkins FLORDA Baby Pictures A Specialty
to Mpy tna gnattst Gtuic ovor, hi tko style of tko millioMtros.ALSO / I I PACKAGE PLAN TO: was given a 90-day
AVAILAIUi AuofflroiMiotio fBraassxom+ ..g&ttn>SiMtf. I I N4ofF'I r. suspended term and a added, 'We feel that :: ""' ::!. a.E.zoi.JIO"mRaaJOEIlS: ", : ; ; ; 109 N.W. 17th Street Miami, Fterida
.. .... I in appealing to other
i ADDRESS stern warning by Judge
Americans to go there,
[ CITY Bob Johnson.
DEPOSIT ENCLOSED, SEND CONFIRMATION.,;st t STATE it has an obligation to saes
present to visitors a

: : EARNING and LEARNING America semblance is." of wh'at FROM V

_ ce the The situation NAACP leader*in said St. L

't i-) Augustine became "seri
ous', when civil rights
leaders met "uncompromising -
resistance from BE
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Expierts Spark Program Top Leaders Spearhead

- i ---- 1 y .x Successful UL's Equal Hi DOWNTOWN

- F 1 rf Opportunity Day ProgramThe _

__ Urban League of Jacksonville wishes to PUb- ONLY

licly acknowledge its pleasure over the enthusi-

astic response given by: local secondary, businessand

college students to the Equal Opportunity Day

E program After speaking presented with on Tuesday the November t.......19.......... NO PAYMENT DUE

would be given thought.As .
consultants at the end
employment opportunities UNTIL JANUARY 13thFREE
of the program, Lewis J. become available -

Carter Urban League ,
we should evaluate
Executive Director
stated 'that they all 'ourselves to see if we
i 'Eire prepared and quali-
'T indicated that the repartee -
i between the students :fied and if we should FREE

find ourselves not,
: and themselves wasexcellent" .tL,fY

;? 1 tk He further then we should seek silvery
:Indicates that the I'every method that is Service

;second half of the program ''I'available to gain'this

ufaich provided for :preparation.

impersonal conversation |High Court Ponders For .. 1t !

-I. between the consultantsand
t Louisiana Case _
students really
;\ ;,' ; y !
k .. echoed the theme of the WASHINGTON The U.S. I
'l .i program particularlywith Supreme Court was asked Years Iatioi
the presence of
.. today to strike down a
--. ._ i.x.t.r_" _three local employeesof Louisiana law requiring On 3
PANELIfTS; Shown above are the consultants of the recent Equal Opportunity the Naval Air publication of the race, \ -

Day program sponsored by the-Jacksonville Urban League. Frog Station, who were living on nomination papers ox hi

left are: Mrs. Mary L. Botsch. Afro-American Life Insurance Co.: LewisJ. witnesses to the reality the ballot of each Both
Tb i Y
Carter, Executive Secretary Jax UL: R.L. Callendar, Naval Air sta- of job advancement candidate.for public -,.' t I I 01
tion; R.H. Nabh Jr., Inte rnal Revenue Department and Harold Stors, RCA through training offeredin office. Parts
Service Company of Patri ok Air Force Base. Other panelists were Mrs. the 'Government ser- Jack Greenberg, Direc- Pay

Winnie Greenlee, Mrs. Kfithryn Robinson and Louis Hysmith, all from vices.Mr. tor-Counsel of the Legal And I I Dx o

Naval Air Station. Information in regard to the above may be secured by Carter relates Defense Fund, pointedout 0 o ,. Noilliau!

eanineihe Jax Urban Lf'BI.ue.: : EL 64292. __ further 'that the stu- in the brief that E

Girl ScoutsParade dents utilized the activities 'the statute unconstitutionally On Oa

Leader Quits Under Attacks ReportingTime by their con- makes
cern and dedication to racial discrimination Labor 1 This

AnnouncedLeaders understanding and transmitting -,
possible and encouragesthe
CHESTER, PA.ANP) -- )comm1ttee on juvenile delin-
Dr. Nathan V. Plafker, chAir- qu icy, resigned late last week. Girl Scouts the informationthat practice. '
man of the Chester Human Re- Th ity are Negroes. Dr. Plafkeris and Brownies planning on will prove so vitalto (The high court will

lations Council and two mem- white. participating in Satur- their future, but he hear a. half hour of
,bers have resigned as an after- Dr. Plafker said two weeks day noon's Florida AiM-- also wished that more argument from each side 0 0 : (Q) O
math of recent school Inte- '.
that he was
"strongly November20th
ago TSU parade, are requestedto of the adult population Wednesday,
gration demonstrations in unless it is
gal nst integration .0-r Thursday Nov.
would have taken advantage -
Chester. report at Water St.
natural integration. He said
':The others are Stanley thai': "forced Integration is un- by 10:30 a. m. Mrs. J. of this program 21st. AUTOMATIC DEFROSTREFRIGERATOR
Branche, former executive sec whc,tlesome." as lc concerns them

E. Davis scouting execu Teens Set
retary of the Chester branchof This brought the NAACP"? tive stated.Touring also.
the NAACP and new chairman den land that he be fired. The The necessity of gain- Cafe
of the Committee for Free- NAi'vCP said Dr. Plafker had NortheastMrs. Afire
in first hand and
dom Now, a civil rights group, "Ct'F.1cluded his usefulness as an Frances Rawls of g Over Negroes I
and Dr. Felder E. Rouse,Jr., effe tive Instrument in the human authentic information
a physician.Dr. 445 Orange St. left the concerning Job
relations struggle in our oppor- $
Plafker, a dentist, said com munlty. city Saturday to spend tunities should be a JACKSON Miss (ANP) 217
Two white set fir
his resignation submitted to his the holiday with her teen-agers
Announcing resignationDr. in the
first mind .
to a restaurant here last week. ..
Mayor days before Joseph the L. Eyre NAACP several demanded Plafker denied the charge.He daughter and san--in--Iaw every Negro citizen who police said, because the oper- \ .
j laid he "will be more ef-
in While hired ,
Washington. ator Negroes as car hops
aspires obtaining
that the
fire him.
mayor fecti TTC when I speak up for what tnd waitresses.A capacity big 105 I b. freezer capacity
Branche and Dr. Rouse, a is right r without being a mem- there, she will visit first-class citizenship.The -12. ft. ( ,
member of the commission's ber t.jf the council" the White House and sites honest concern of RomonofPs passerby Drive noticed In,flames and nod at Automatic Defrost Refrigerator 'True 0 to 20-( below

of Interest. our working community fled firemen. construction
-. Damage was; New magnetic ooorsDry wall ..
..: .minor.
shelf holds fc gallon milk carton -Tecumsetrunit
Chief of Detectives M. B. Door
Pierce said the two boys were
I arrested a few hours later and I 2.50,

TIRE SPECIAL confessed. -z-a. 40rta

Pierce identified one of the '_:--""
youngsters as, William Carl .
j Henderson, 19. The other, age ."' .. -
16, was not identified.He f'1 e ... : i 30''BIG
said the pair told Detec-

CITY HOLIDAY PRICES Joe tive Rester Sgts. Wesley they slipped Reeves a note and OVENGAS

: under the restaurant door ex-
plaining "You have Negro car
hops and waitresses and

_a Buy 1 get 1 TREE! ALL SIZES GUARANTEE that,"is then why poured we one-halCgal-are burningyou ..

_ Ion of gasoline onto a wall and
You will never hove a doubt

B uy 2 get t 2 FREE, !' LIMITED QUANTITIES with OUR Tire City POLICY guarantee. In set A a it passerby truck afire.and saw called the pair firemen.flee $133LOW

After the blaze was extin-
S Tire City will give you better { 1
tIre deal brand for brand, guished two empty motor *
_ erode for orod.. any day of ell cans were found nearby > }
FamousPENNSYLVANIA l.7JRIVERRftTED, your the week money or promptly.we will refund Pierce said Officers Tommy Ji.:3: x

Schooley and Oliver McAlphine V Delivery
995 WORKMANSHIPGUARANTEE remembered they had noticedtwo :; Y
youngsters buying gas and v Normal
TURNPIKE'PREMIUMTIRES dumping it into oil cans an r
hour earlier.
Tire City guarantee* 01 mercKand -
M to the Anginal ewe Schooley McAlphine and I {.
UP TO 50% STRONGER\ chowr egffm and t moterioi defect: m for work.monthip the. Hinds County Deputy Sheriff Giant 12,00013773 quality
life of the tread based on price ,H. E. Clanton arrested the two .rw
purfhow erignoltv paid Th* ?r-,, Harper Wyman top
Au NYLON FINEST QUALITY '' nationwide w in ooVitwn manufacturer boys at their homes south of' burners

600-13 0 the city. I Low temperature oven
Triple Lifetime 650-13 control
"....-.a" "." 700-13 N ANP Poet Lifetime porcelain finish
..-. ...... Mtsl, ;,i 700-14 E GUARANTEE _
r s. .t :"M.. t Large 2pe. porcelain
= :..... I '
.nr.Ib1 / 750-14 Tir. City LaureateHuff
Ir.... / t guarantee* to theengine I mokeleaa broiler
l.!+r--Uselr4 :: 1
purchaser oil tire
.... 800 14 new
-- -w H .
; ( ; or retread for the life of the Driplets cooking top
&MESRATFO ) y 850-14 t Mod oga '
P .. .
.....*to ymr***,MIA h 1 '. tt. 90014't't eept the e noted b ow. If r Incandescent lighted
=, MMlnni M eW p.> t. R i ho. foiled ni tosctxxtxlws under the term the tire of CHICAGO (ANP)--Death last hackgnard; push buUoa
m/NUM/ 950-14
**- r'1...*.r I' [ Z / the ouorontee, it will be ro> week claimed one of civil rights'unsung switch for hack II Itt
::::. :
.:. .; 670-15 I paired FREE or of Tin Oh/ heroes.
............... .,. option we will allow, a erdt
.....+.,....+..w.......PItt.Ow w- 710-15 C ether trword tire the from purchase of any He was William Henry Huff, i
r I.**fa III III MS.... 71.0-15 unuterf mileooe oM u1 based the en 76, poet laureate of the
"oInal -
800-15 E purchase price. NOTETreadweor Convenient, ...,.
or road Hazard *im.o : Negro a !..*.. wringer
Sllgntly BlemitfieO. Top Quality Nylon Ttr. >, caused by fire. occidrit, noted extradition lawyer. win**in full drd ,. ft.
chain cut running wh,|. flat.unbelciced Can be locked in
or Huff died following a month- arty of C ....wA -..
or unflful obue ere e x. battle with pneumonia In
First time in this area .. eepted. from rood Hazard auor. long
ort ee Your reeeirt mut be Illinois Research HospitaL His
produced at tcne of adiurtment rites were held at Griffin Fun- (

e eral Home on Chicago's south- .r... aa DELUXE
side, where he won distinction
I SATISFACTION as "the poor man's lawyer. WRINGER WASHER
t GUARANTEE Huff was not a civil rights Now**lcn acJemmcaffy d agitator I .
fighter In the sense that we know aassres p.rtset !" ; :
wasnina;of all your
0 TREADWARE R.suordlt1 of How efj vets It today. He walked no picket family doth. $
keco your tim five fintn or .,\ 1
MILE five veofi >h e unioue ouoe"tt lines, mounted no rostum or af 0 MONt
t 20,000!, .' ore valid et Tir c"y. wjek I 11
GUARANTEE Ni oth.r hr. dealer = thnoreo manned no microphone to bellow 2.15 9 9
guo +I-es row .* m the civil rights cause. His

____ NEW NEW NEW :;oughly of fh..e and guarantee favtiraWy* to I* rostrum was the courtroom ah j ri-i
bbe'hwhroyou vt you money other weapon the pen. When 41 1
JETREi'lD i WITH WRAPAROUND c cHa.o your he was not fighting peonagicases 'ri
TREAD twes end while youC"tv"s t/.ra Drain Pomp-tub cap-
Th.. i1 n t .niM1 w.* or trying to prevent the srs tad tie in a jiffy. Wather can
.. UP TO 20*. MORE .SURFACE lee brtt tare tx'l THE -
BEST VALUE :f. : aira wemte. ,
IITTETRACTION Custe-er** *****k Ie..foctieot M ebo some unfortunate fugitives, a.ial. tub. Many r, 1 .,.water faueeta and a drain.
COOLER RIDING-MORE MILEAGE MONEY CAN BUY IOIuted Huff was busy penning the atbu top features. ..,. Top PerformanceasII -
poems, in which be poured cut l seared by aeiled-.ia-olltra.
ALL PRICES PLUS TAX AND EX his and his race's longings for micslon. Smooth. teal

freedom. He cqmposed thous- risUX. 4-ft J New Modena StyUa c-
SPECIA I BALANCINGTIRE CITY ands of poems, hundreds of G U"KIU'O._. ED DuPont Dttloz Swah.

which were released through ., w.'- r
BRAKE ANP. waaI d lie.' t W NOD-Marr IIC Cuten.rI. -
i IDe 5OUTHSIDEAU The doughty little, bespectacled rcar, .......s.UL for -jy mob tylN I If
Wtlltl JUICMMtNT COCtlCYCASTIR. : R.... at [ss.ay 101 N. Motaro uu P...... ..... man with the Infectious .t .PN.e. .,. ., No Installation. Ceeiawqr -
- .1104 W. ..ev S-SS+1 IX '. ste smile and tender bean ? no apecial wuac or piaa b*
CAMBtR. TOK IH. TOC IL 5.7661 __ ,., jwt lei M
we nece ry:
.. AJUSTMtNT, _AU. 4 'i;I WESTSiDE -- T1t1T) : iEW4Qs gained extradition his greatest lawyer. fame Huff as sav-an \ 7'e __ .. iD. Low once cover aJLJ

WHttU. ABJWST HANft MAKt. N.W. liratTl5010 ISO *len o Ave.MfZ ed more than 97 Negroes from -
r tsp -
wway -on
csw Casset Ave. extradition to the South. Many
r INCLU taX IV S.TJ7IftllKU BUDGET TERMS of his clients were escapees
WHf CL aiARINCS.. from peonage and chain gangsin
TIRE CITY STORE TO Dixie, for whom Huff won
t- 111 s. ,........ OPEN AN ACCOUNT the right to remain in the North
and live as free citizens. From
their plight it was obvious be DOWNTOWN ONLYb
Footb'11; wasn't adequately compensated.Huff .
Welcontie Fans came here in 1908 from
---- Oglethorpe County,Ga.

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Invaders From The Southwest Jaxon Is "Miss Fla. A & M' Nat'l Magazine FAMU Star- Meet Here

.; Cites A&M '-'Aft
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4rr ,.":,;. -,' Band Director

i F directing talents of a

former Kansas City
Kansan are highlightedin
y. -
an article in the tsstm ., r c.-
November issue of -
4 Ebony Magazine.

The Best Band in the .ter
r Land, a feature on : R1

yw.y ...a Florida A&M Univarsity>
; .
'_:J.. fabulous." Marching JAWS TULLIS. Florida AIM quarterback from Miami, 4 = "
100. is also a success
3ry' yb f' will
one of the
1 r leading stars in the "Florid
story about Dr. William
"' here November 30th, 8 p.m. in the Oator
w Patrick Footer, head of -
the FAMU Music Depart- Bowl. Among the Jacksonville. players on the Rat-
ment and director of thesmool's tlers team are: Robert HayW. halfback; Calvia '

bands.A Lang, halfback; Charles Sutton halfback and Alfred -

COACH AL DURLEY'S Texas Southern Tigers grid machines have s a long been native of Kansas City Denson

noted for their outstanding linn plug in addition to an ever threatening Kas. Dr. Foster was end.nits Cited
scoring potential. Guards John Thompson (left) and Herbert Broussardare graduated from Northeast
two currwit exponents of the TSU tradition. Thompson, 6' 1" scales :I :, Junior and Summer High Tallahassee -- Leon officials and COM ended -
; County United Fund the University adinis-
215 poun-Ix and hails from Austin Texas. The 230 pound 63" Broussardis : Schools in that city
Chairman Wo r ley Brown.
tration. faculty a&4
a native of Houston, Texas. and received his higher
education at the University ; A staff for its outstanding -
MISS FAMU AND ATTENDANTS--Miss Barbara Williams _
g participation is the
of Kansas. -
Specialist Dr. Gore Attend (seated), a senior music major from Jacksonville, 1963-64 United Fund
Lawrence; Wayne University -
,J 6 ,, F' was elected Miss FAMU for 1963-64. Her attendantsare Detroit; and r Campaign duriag a '
a Prexy's Installation Miss Lillian Patricia James, (left), a junior Columbia University. luncheon given recentlyto
mathematics major from New Smyrna Beach, and Miss
New York City. He is aSon wind up the drive at w
: GREFNCASTLE Ind. -- Sandra V. Stills, a sophomore music major from n FAMU. '
of Mr. and Mrs. William
-> ,..1 Dr. George W. Gore Jr. Pensacol The popular coeds were elected prior Florida AAM 1 University,
;\\1. "'; ,/ president of Florida A&M to Homecoming festivities at Florida A&M Univer- R. Tucker, who
; University, Tallahassee sity. (FAMU photo by Fill au) live at 359 Troup Ave. first agency in the
< county to go "over the
4' Kansas City. Kas.
represented here last his institution weekend- 19 Fla. A & M Students TappedFor Testing Center top in the fund-

raising campaign, reported -
when he returned. to his Who's Who In U.S. CollegesTALLAHASSEE
To Be Setup a total of $'t 612
h Alma
mater DePauw University -
Nineteen students from Florida Its quota was $7. see. =,
as a special A&M University have been selected to appear in TALLAHASSEE -- Florida Leon County also exceeded -
guest during the Inaugu- A&M University has been ;
WARY WINGMAN -- Roland .Rattlurs list when the 1963-64 edition of Tho' s Who Among Students in its quota with a =
ration of Dr. William F. desigpated as a testing
Roars, 6' 3" 230 iu n' two teams clash here American Universities and Colleges, according to presented plaques .to reported total of $151 _
. Kerstetter. new presi- center for the nation-
junior TSU end will be me Saturday night in the dent of PePauw. an announcement made this week by M.H. Miles wide administration of Florida A&M University 308.
of the marked t men on the ator Bowl. Acting Dean of Students at the University. r r
the National Teacher
Examinations on Feb. 15. _


Expect Thousands FLORIDA, A & M

Saturday Nov. SOth GATOR BOWL R '< .... :: )' t
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; ..i J -: 4 t+, ,cre tor of Southwest Texasto Iff J
the midlands of South I
Carolina football fans
Irt TR
4 will invade JaxGator
*Bowl Saturday night

a V 5 Nov. 30th to witness the

.j ? second annual cl assic CLASSIC _

tilt between host
y Florida AIM Rattlers and

c : f.. -: r.x :', a' dougity HoustonTex.representativefrom Texas Saturdn / Nfte Nov. 30 -==

Southern University's

f Tigers. GATOR BOWL ==
i 0 Rattler products from _
Jacksonville are halfback -

.. ..' Bob Hayes, the :
world's fastest human,

'; end fullback Alfred Charles Denson Sutton.and riw
ij ;
." :;'-, Denson is a graduate of
,' New Stantonan Hayes

,;..... and Sutton boll attended
:. MatthewGilbert.Hayes .
recognized na-

-" ELECTRIC COOKING IS CLEAN *. .E'vf' : ', ,- tion-wide star, holds as the a sprint world 1] V1:4

record of 9.1 for the :
Your pots and pans stay clean I I longer andso do 100-yard dash. 1_ irsryINN* ii _

Like Hayes, Denson is

_ Yur; kitchen walls and curtains when you cook on being sought after by
every professional football -
team in America.

ri electric :. < :: He's strong and talented : c
a< -
range sutton is a tough defensive _

also plays player good,offense.but he A-a T :

i aciton i i is contained i Galtl er.who. was named
'-:'.That's because the heating the small college coach

of the year by the American -

j e n t ire I y inside the speedy surface coils i of your Football Coaches : -

Associationhas a record
'. of 153 wins 23 losses,
electric': : i range. and four ties in his 18 G-

.:,... ; years as Rattler coach.

He also received, from

'See your die t.aJ I,er today qnd i join i thes \. |. i i:.t. c- .:,'.;;',0' ..... the Football Writers of
': : America Association an
: '
r J award for his contribution FAMU RATTLERS

clean I fast e lect I d i cfc-ob ofk i n'gjSj; _;i to footlell.F .
7"j Florida Aura Marching
: ; : ;
"100" shares the lime-
light with the football

City i Electric Utilities..... Department team band on Host is occasions.The noted for. TEXAS TIGERSPlus.

j DALLAS L. THOMASCommissioner its precision marchingand
HAYDOH BURNSMayorCommissioner 320 steps per minute FAMU

while marching. "
The first football game FIlarcahy 100"THE

Finance, Parks & Zoo A&M played in Jacksonville -
J. DILLON KENNEDY/ was the Orange
Blossom Classic in 1933, INDEPENDENT LIFE & i.=
.. Utilities Commissioner- against Howard Universityof ACCIDENT INSURANCE CO.
7 Washington.Since that
I;:IOUIS H. liTTER '. CLAUDE SMITH time the Rattlers have :
I Pounded 1920-
CommissionerHiways CommissionerHealthSanitation met Texas College S.C.
State College, Bethune- There Is No Ssistitele FM Life tawimii
Airport Sewers Cookman College and Texas
Southern Universityhere. [I IS11

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Pearl Returns Judge Sentences. Post Office Minister Plea x Senary Becomes

A pair of clean white
Joe LouisTo Rights Turncoat Dept. Orders "Not Guilty"LOS Life MemberNEF gloves makes a woaaa-

His Fans SAVANNA Ga. (AfP" ) ANGELESANP) -- M YORK-DOre Schary, of any age from 3 OB "t-
HELENA Ar (ANP) Two Savannah brotherssay Rev. Timothy M.Chambers.. national chairman of the feel like a lady and
WINDSOR Ontario -- who
A 19-year-old youth
Post office Depart- pastor of the Greater Harvest Anti-Defamation Leagueof therefore look like a
(ANP) Former heavy- said be had been 'duped ment orders for them to Baptist church, in another sur- B'nat B' ri th and celebrated lady. So whether your
weight champion Joe Louis and 'brainwashed into last week switched
Integrate their drug prise move, playwright and white gloves are leather
made a comeback here last participating in a civil his plea of "guilty" to one
store lunch counters producer, has become a .or fabric do suds then
week but it wasn't done count of conspiracy to engageIn
have caused them to give pandering back to "not life member of the Na- out after every wearing.SIM'S .
inside the ring, and he
begged and pleaded with a
up their postal sub- all
guilty" on counts. tional Association for
himself didn't engineerIt. Judge for forgiveness and station contracts. He and Miss Lorraine Jen- the Advancement of Colored -

threw himself on the Clarence Sauers said kins, his church secretary represented People. -- -
Joe was brought back mercy of the court but by Atty. Wesley Russell -
last week he had asked
Winner several awards PAINT
to Windsor, near Detroitby still wound up with a appeared In the court o. L _
singer Pearl Bailey as tougher sentence than the department to can- Judge Kathleen Parker for pro e for his work for improved All)
cel his substation con- barton and sentencing after
intergroup relations -
part of her show at the any of his seven co-
tract within 30 days. having pleaded guilty. They Mr.Schary has BODY SHOPExpert
Elmwood Casino. Pearlie
defendants.One His brother. Joseph were arrested May 13 on con- ;
Mae" and Joe dance and of his codefendantswas spiracy to engage In pandering.As outstanding con-
Sauers, who operates
the result of the changeIn tributions to both the Body RepairingAnd
sing together as part of William Hanse .white.
another; store said he their pleas the case was A movie and theatre world. Painting
the nightclub act. of Pine Bluff,who createda
gave up his contract transferred to Court 100.wherea Life membership in the
Louis is loved and remembered sensation by disclosinghis J Jesse Slits, w*.
earlier this month. He hearing Is set for later this : NAACP costs $500 and isa

warmly both in marriage recently to said he received an month. The prominent pastor RESEARCH SCIENTIST-Miss Joan Foster, research vital part of the Association's I 1516 West ftfe St.
Detroit and Windsor. Ruth Bufflngton a Negro ultimatua frail 'the Post was first arrested In May. and scientist working on Federal government contract workat
Windsor is just across girl. The Hansens civil admitted his guilt during a trial the University of Maryland tests the reaction of financial I Phefte: 355-1484
the Canadian Border from rights: workers. office Department Oct. 9 on the conspiracy charge. pigeons to an electric stimulator of the brain. program.

the Motor City, where. The turncoat rights

Joe once lived. demonstrator is Noah Wishes I
Miss Bailey who also Washington. 19. of Pine r Jax Liquors Extends Best "Florida Classic"

hrd Joe, >n her show out Bluff a "former" field

in Las Vegas, said she secretary of the Student

1J thought his fans here Non-violent Co-ordinating Drive In Liquors On Moncrief Rood

should get a chance to Committee and a studentat Take Your Pick i Of The Finest Places .
see him again. Arkansas AM&N' college. :

'Wh en you're out of He and 31 other personswere To Visit In Jacksonville .", .,.\.;,.""::', J i,.'.,('h')"',....'.!.l.j' ,>.,>' f".:...."" '
circulation, people for arrested for staginga < .> 8 !
get about you, she said. sit-in demonstrationin '., .. .

drug store and .:, '
a tI : ,: : <

NAACP SeeksBill's was restaurant,the only here.white Hansen per- eO :_, While i I I In Jax For The > .,

Passage son in the group.Washington :- .. 4

was one of "FLORIDA CLASSIC"Tropicana

Before Christmas eight defendants who baa

pleaded innocent in $ ? J U
NEW YORK Undismayedby
persistent talk that Municipal Court before Lounge & Package Store

judge D.S. Heslep. They
further action on the
told the Judge that they .' .' ,', .. ,' .
pending civil rights t.;' ::::f._ ,.':Y.{'!! ; ." ',' '3;.., "
would be represented ban ,,"' '
bill is impossible in iii-. ::

r this gress vancement session, the National for of of Colored the'Ad the Con-Association asked National NAACP for a attorney continuance.BodyReelects and .;J<:t:: .. ; ':,' ;: ::1 :::: i .

People has called upon "
its units throughout the r- "
country to see theirRepresentatives ,. J-
Dorothy I. Height who !:
and !, t-
had served as presidentof .. t( ...I! i: -_, _
Senators when ,, t \
they return I ,,{ 1 {, >f" \
.. :
the National Councilof >>' 11.1I,wy ;
home for + "iEro: ,
", "J r : .
Negro Women since / .r i :,:'{ \< 't>;.,
Thanksgiving holiday. 1958 was unanmlously reelected # UtCff'fi ,, : :" 'Ii Located On ffloncrief Between 32nd & 33rd Sts.
In a memorandum to all r :d. .> > ,
during the : ; ,r
sociation local units of Fxecutivc the As- Council- 28th Conven- I '!' .f-1.,1" i '' .. /' .-.; 'r ,-.( Complete Assortment Of Liquors At Poputer Prices

tion held November 13-17
Secretary Roy Wilkins D : .
said: "The hill can Hotel at the here.Statler Hilton. .f'f Plenty Oi Parking Space For Outdoor Enjoyment.

be passed in the House v. 'J$ '
In addition to the -'
before Christmas if
National Council of
enough of us--black and .
Negro Women. Miss Heightis r'I.q 7'A y I j
white--demand its :
pas- -NiW -W
cage. Your Congressmanneeds well known for her / a / / ;/ // / / /

work with the YWCA and ;. -
pressure from his
, for her double rights & unge
constituents to balancethe PRESENTS-- ..
fight which includes 21st and MYRTLE

Washington talk that 'the ,rights of the woman Glorious Entertainment Nightly
there is 'no rush' on
and the Negro.
civil rights.
4 Tel him there is a The Convention theme: Enquire &
rush! ," Mr.tilkins 'The Negro Woman in Lounge Package Store
the Emancipation centu-
urged. 'Ask him to
ry" served as the basis
speak to the House
for discussion as the
leadership of his party a
women discussed the assessment -
and urge that the bill F.
of what had .
be brought out of the
been the contributionof
Rules Committee to the
the Negro woman and
floor for debate and
vote. some) of the things which
had ':to be overcome during 5

Group Plans ( the challenging

1 period.

Stores Drop "American Women A S r .
T ., .r 61 a
Quiet Revolution' was

Govt. Contracts the subject of the ;;r> u

speech by Margaret
NEW YORK Marion H.
Jackson Hickey. Public Affairs
treasurer of ck
Educational Foundationof Editor. Ladies Home C p

the Negro National Women Councilof has Journal the Adds and cry Council member of to + &: :

the to a
Joined the staff of Uni- implement report
the President of the
tours. Inc.. specialistsin
group tours over- United States from the Broadcasting Sat. Nights

Commission on the Statusof
seas, it was announced with
this week. Women.

In her new position The Edgewood Combo

Mrs. Jackson will work

with church groups, sororities APARTMENT FOR RENT 8th and DAVIS the
featuring Gene White at Organ
and other organizations 431 W. 18th St. 1 Bdrm.

in planning unfurnished.Kitch. eqp ,. and
special tours abroad. Hot wtr. Htr. & Space -. ,
Currently Mrs. Jacksonis Htr.incl. Apply 1643 Drive In Liquors On King's Rd. '';:' .."

working seriesof Main St. Grocery store. ....- ., -' .. .' Special Attractions.
on a !-t. -' '''- "" ... ( :t
.. <
eight 29-day, all- .. 1 -,-

expense tours of Europe 'i Mondays ladies Night
and the Holy Land each

costing $995, The tours AND BEAUTY SHOP '- Wednesday High! -

are scheduled to depart
1823 Kertk
March 23. April 27. May
i b Jam SessionimuAY
24. June 21, July 19. Myrtle Aie.

August 16. Sept. 20 and Pta: a 5-9617 Fri. 8 Sat. Ile

Oct. 12.Further.
information CJ. ',McBfta!, .
may. be obtained from Mrs. 9

Jackson at the Tour:

Dep't.of the National < { our

Council of Negro Women WASH 0 MAT

p 1318 Vermont Ave., N.W.. Nightly to p.m.

Washington D.C. 210 Myrtle Are.,

near 13th Street A o Drinks For rice o

T,, .
Bar opens 5 p.m.

of Ernest Singleton thrurTh sac.

Distinction for 1189 1. ,30th St. yU

the well dressed" Mrs. M. Holmes Culler "t
1658 Vest 10th St. 001e EQ6EM

DM Oaf Service Bruce Tobler All Popular Brands At Best Prices F 001 If

ARsratiMS 1402 Rest 16th St. -

1125 Myrtle AtHIe Mrs. Issac Patten (COVEN I EN Tl Y LOCATED) ;- _4 9 -

1916 V. 24th St. : WEST Elii18YEIIE A1 CtfYflA1i1.

kshsaiIe9( FtriM! Mrs. Bernice Carnell I KINGS ROAD AND RUSHING t
1T.35 W. 12th St.






ensaco ears Capture Event Douglas Ai&rsra er sans To Spark Holiday Meet teach Hotels

G.II..II. Student VisitorsPrincipal + -",_ Available To

M1 Chester Co wart and the whole Dou Classic Fans

glas Anderson High School family were on hand to r. : MIAMI BEACH-With loss

d greet the 32 Guatemalan students who are visiting than a month to go, the

Jacksonville under the auspices of "Operation 1963 Orange Blossom

Amigo," an organization designed to improve International looms Just ahead in what

relationships between the United. ,_ will in all probability

States and outh American countries. Lt be one of the greatest

The visit started with, ....................... I 4 in its nore-tban thirty
year history.;

a chapel program which were on hand, among !* ,. On Saturday, December
featured the first annual -
these were: Miss Mabel : 14th the Florida MM

appearance of the Talmadge, Coordinator of N -: University will play
Debating Dragons. The
Language Arts in Duval host once again to the
band, under the direction y n..R
County, and president of rwT most top-rated cfe: al 1 eo ger
of D.W. Roux
the Florida Education for the mythical champ
rendered a medley of
: Association (PEA); Miss ionship of small col-
selections, after which
Wilma Simmons, Coordinator leges in the United
Ii : Barbara Griffith wel- ,
of Social Studies in States. The Orange Bowl
: comed the visitors in
Duval County; Francisco_ in Miami will be the
Spanish. The pledge of
Perez Garcia, escort for
scene for this titanic
or A. allegiance was led by the Guatemalan group;
;( struggle, having had its
Roger Hayes, who also and Irvin Early adviserto .
'. face lifted and a remodeling -
,.. .
gave thoughts for the "-"
Englewood s Student
4., y 5 day. The chorus, under Council. NETTERS of the Johnson Branch YMCA will highlight Thanksgiving holiday Job done in

the direction of Mrs.R. activity here Thursday when they will sponsor an open tourney without time for the affair.
Charles C. No rth,chat r-
regard to age or classification. The drawings will get underway Thurs-
Satterwhite. then
Pirates Eye man of the Classic Housing -
rendered selection. day morning at 8 a.m. and the entry fee has been set at $1.50 per
FIRST LADY' AND QUEENS FETED--Mrs. George W. Coonitteepredicts
Maurice person. Trophies will be awarded winners in the various categories.Some problem this be-
Gore Jr., wife of the President of Florida Mil Jones presi- CIAA SwimChampionship no year
of the members shown above front from left Julius Guin-
dent of the DA Student are, row : cause of room shortageor
University and Miss Faye Boyd of Pensacola,
Council, gave the yard, player--instructor: Fred Schell and Jimmy Walker, player--in- no lodging availableto
+ Florida, ROTC queen for 1963-64 were feted recently
history of the debatingteam. structor. back row from left: Mrs. Mary Lane, Miss Mary; Graham and Mrs. Classic visitors.WithFAMU
be members of the University ROTC cadet
This semester s HAMPTON INSTITUTE HI Mabel N. Steward. The tourney will be played on the Y' s courts and is occupying a fash-
Shown here with the cadet corps' and
corps. queen proposition: "Let us' swim coach Sylvius Moore open to Duval residents. (Royal Art Studio Photo) ioaable, ocean-front
Mrs. Gore* who holds a colonel's commission in hotel asits
begins his 16th at -
resolve that adults year
the FAMU ROTC are: Misses Ernestine and Carolyn are Panthers Ranked Brotherhood Pinpointed By Panel hotel as its headquarters -
the helm of the Pirate
responsible for juvenile
Ladd, both of Pensacola. Both are former FAMU I ROTC

queens (Carolyn in 1960-61 and Ernestine in 1962 delinquency," was explained swimming fortunes witha Third In NAIA During Education Assn. MeetMIAMI along, many the famous other hotels strand

$3), and both are now elementary school teachersin by Arthuree small nucleus of
Pensacola. Wright, who served as. versatile veterans and ATLANTA Clark Col- BEACH-The concept that humanity, regardless have offered their facilities -

'moderator. one of the best looking lege's Panthers and of all kinds of differences, should be a to the people

FAMU Band Sets 1st Out t Of U.S. Tour The affirmative team freshman groups in his their All-Conference brotherhood was highlighted in a panel discussionat who will be coming to
TALLAHASSEE--The precision tooled Florida A&M featured Gloria Johnson recollection.Moore quarterback Elmer Mizon the Social Philosophy Luncheon of the Adult great event.A .

University marching band is being readied for its June Williams. Claude is highly opti- ranked third in team Education of the U.S.A.held here at the Deauville special 'Classic

first appearance outside of the United States, as Holland, and Sarah mistic about the run his passing offense and individual Hotel during the closing day of the recent 13th Weekend Package Plan "

its members practice before dawn and long after sun-, Wharton. Captain and charges will give the passing offensein annual conference of the AEA.. .... .. ... has been set up to offera
-- ------ --- -
set on FAMU's palm-and-pecan-tree-dotted campus. Rebuttler.The six team CIAA field. the latest NAIA list- John Walker Powell v,,0..5'u se f by. .Drgey three-day, two-Bight

........................... negatives team featured Moore coached teams ings. out how the stay at a bargain rate.
--------------------- ----- author philosopher and to point
Arrangements have already turning the evening of Nola Kennedy. have won 2 CIAA Championships The Clarkites, who have visiting professor at AEA Social Philosophy This previously-unheard-
been made in the same day. been five of their of offer Includes a fri-
6 won
Shirley Mitchell, and runner-up the University of Miami committee can carry out
Nassau Bahamas by F."A. In Nassau a dazzling are also listedas day to Sunday lodgingwith
Alfredia Thompson times and undefeated in games served as moderator of a its own statement of

Munnings of the Freddie day's activities will Captain and Rebuttler. duel meet competitionin minth in team total panel which pinpointedthe purpose: 'To focus attention meals(2 full-course

A. Munnings Enterprises, include a parade down Other Debating Club mem- 1960-61. and 6163. defense eleventh in concept in relationto on issues of dinners and 2 full

through the Bain's Bay street the city's bers are: Juanita Smith, William Bracey and Calvin team total offense, and the philosophy under- meaning and value withinour course breakfasts) ,

Travel Agency, for the main thoroughfare and twelfth in team passing pool and ocean swimming,
Sherrie Weston, Elvera Jones are the most lying the work and culture.

transportation of more participation by the Carter, Marva Taylor, experienced and versa- defense. interests of the AEA. Using the diagram .to air-conditioned rooms

than 160 members of the band of the Cat and Rosebud Jolly, and Phyllis tile swimmers on the Clark has passed 105 Other members of the Illustrate the functionof with TV and radio, bar ,

band's personnel to Fiddle ( a nightclub Thomas. Len wood Lee Junior dominated squad. times, completing 68. panel were: Dr. Henry social philosophy lounge, dining room and

NOSSDU on December .15. operated by Freddie A. is adviser to the group. Bracey, Pirate captain, Hixon's individual Alter, program utilization Gnaget pointed out that all other seasonal facilities -

Appearance of FAMU's Munnings) the Police Ringing applause was is a backstroker and Individual record is 87 attemptsand National Educa- 'in the religious of the hotel,

_ "Marching 100' in band, and local artists. heard after each argu- medley competitor 56 completions. His tional Television New aspect of man, we should plus a 50-yard line

Nassau will follow the The Bahamas Beauty ment, proving the acceptance and may be called on passes have given lark York; Dr. Theodore P. learn that brotherly ticket to the genre, all

bond's performances during Pageant will also be a of the guestsand to swim the breast 766 and 885 yards gainedby Gnagey director. South conduct is .ethnic.. for ODe low price. Res-

the 1963 Orange part of the day's pro- stroke while aerials. Orange-Maplewood ervations and con fir-
audience. There was Jones is Adult 'In the education
Blossom Classic the gram, which will be concern about the fact capable of competing in With a three-game School, Maplewood, N.J. ; aspect, it would mean nations are .Bade through

big PAMU-sponsored interspersed with per- that few of the visitors all free style events streak now going for and Dr. John Painter.A that for no reasons the Classic Housing Committee

gridiron spectacular formances by FloridaMM' spoke fluent English. and the individual med- them the Clarkites lost diagram Illustratingthe should we deprive any of c/o Charles

slated for Miami's s 'Marching 100. One of the Guatemalanssaid ley. Both are juniors.In one game last season 'aspects of man, our fellowmen of learn- North, Chairman, at

Orange Bowl on Saturday, Residents of Nassau that because they the middle distance ing opportunities. In 1104 N.W. 3rd Avenue.

I December 14. have FAMU's high regard for understood 'key" words free style events Moore Welcome ccoma anon the political aspect, it Miami Florida.
The Tallahassee bands- and read the emotions has Leon McLaurin and would mean that all our
inasmuch as some of theIslands' Court Finds
men will be transportedto exhibited by the debaters Daniel Brown. McLaurin. fellowmen should beequal

Nassau by Pan Ameri- musicians are and the audience, an Improving butterfly before the law in Gregory Guilty
graduates of the Uni-
can Airways jet. re- they were able to grasp man. may also swim that their civil rights. in
versity. CHICAGO -- (ANP) --
the basic meaning of the event. Brown will see the aesthetic aspect, Comedian Dick Gregory

TASTE WHAT'SHAPPENED TJl LEMON AND LIME entire program. (Maybe duty primarily in the it would mean that we last week was found
this proves that chil- 200 and 500 free style should not use the fine
WHBi guilty in MunicipalCourt
dren understand chil- events. arts as propaganda but ,
of providing 'defacto"
dren no matter what Backing up Bracey In permit them always,
leadership in
barriers separate them. ) the backstroke will be without censorship to
Inciting de I ftstrators
GO Five couples, under Robert Pouche who has be the free expression
to disorder at a south-
tne direction of R. Taylor shown tremendous Improvement of individual creativity. -
side school site last
Teem.TEEM danced a variationof in practice In the scientific
August, by a Judge who
South American dances session. aspect, it would mean
borrowed from civil
making the atmosphereeven Bruce Perkins will that we should not
rights proponents here.
every more congenial. represent the Pirates in secretly hoard to our-
a Gregory was arrested ata
Principal Chester R. the free style sprints. selves any new knowledgeof
tingling 1 1ti site where Willis had
Cowart of DA introduced Unpredictable last sea nature that could
tried to erect 24 of
time! Sam I. Smith, principalof son. Perkins has been benefit or enlighten
these mobile units.
Englewood High hitting consistent timesin gankind!! anywhere.

School, who remarks -
iJ. .' .1 t tit* COMPANY. MAKES ICE-CUAK TEEM--THAT WHY IT S SO GOon gave practice.
for the occasion. Footballer Cary Hughely ROYAL ART STUDIO

(Englewood is serving as will return to handle
host school for the
the diving honors, but

visiting Guatemalans.) because of his football x' .- .: _., Order Haw at IHtced Pikes
i A number of other duties may be slow in
notables and parents getting his timing down i
i for Iris repetoire of FAMUANS TRAVEL IN STYLE---Florida MM University I ln4iyjrluals-F_, IrllfS-ChIH

business manager, H.R. Partridge, looks on as Dr.
Bias fancy dives. BLACK & WHITE C8LDR
: Hiring Dropped Heading the list of George W. Gore, Jr., president, presents keys to

w! freshmen tankmen is Al- to the University1 new bus to driver Tommy L. SEPt A TIN E

COLUMBUS. Ohio -- The vin Gadsden brother of Gaines. The bus which was recently put into operation 4.J QualityCHURCHESWENttKSStClAlS PMlegifJ Ms

NAACP scored another last seasons captain has been named "The Siake by students. _

gain in employment Issac Gadsden. Moore Air-conditioned equipped with an inter-communi- {
cations system and rest room facilities, "The
here when
says that Alvin is proficient -
three major banks hired in so many Snake" allows members of the FAMU sports, music, Dial EL 4-1894

dramatics, or other that it to travelin
groups use
Negro personnel strokes he has not decided -
style and comfort with Gaines, a 14-year em-
front Jobs recently. where he will be i
ploye of FAMU, at the wheel of the big luxurious,
Negroes are now workingin used. Of the other
smooth-riding vehicle.LEARN .
downtown banks and in freshmen Moore says:

two branches. In addi- They add to the potential -

tion, two building and glory of a great

loan companies have team worthy of Championship -
hired "
young Negro women. honors.

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t CLASSIC'S PDES--Jake Gaithers famed Florida A&U Rattlers and Piolt A. Durleys Southern U. Tigers sonville), end: Hansel Tookes (Jacksonville) tackle; head football coach and athletic director Jake

out of lIouston.Texas. renew their bitter rivalry heir Faturday night at 8 o'clock in the Gator Bowl. Gaither; Pete Griffin, head line and defensive and Robert Mungen (Jacksonville), assistant backfield

If last year's drawling 28-18 A4M win was an indication of things to come, then last year's attendance coach. Outstanding members of the invading Tigers' force from the Southwest are frat left Leon

of 20--odd thousand fans is expected to be broken this week. Top photo left shows Rattler Hardy, 240--pound junior tackle from Tuscaloosa. Ala.: Laurence ilcGurdy. 6'5, 280-pound free..ran
co-captains ace passer--quarterback Jim Tullis of Miami (left) and pass catching specialist Alfred
tackle from Okmulg e, Okla.: Halfback Robert Batts 6'0, 190--pound senior from Taylor Texas and
Denson of Jacksmville.Gaither, thE" nation's winningest football coach, lectures some of his charges :
Robert Has son, 6'0, 190- pound senior fullback from San Antonio.
Rattlers coaching staff from left are: Edward l Ogl esby, assistant backfield; Costa Kittles (JackEWC's -
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1963-64 Basketball ScheduleEDWARDS OBC Players, Coaches To Receive Hampton CagersHAMPTON Experienced, But Lacks Heightcage

COLLEGE BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 1963-64 Souvenir Gifts Again This Year INSTITUTE mentor, says the the Pirates with some of
DATE OPPONENT PLAYED AT The Hampton. Institute lack of height may hurt the more timberliketeams
TALLAHASSEE--Players and coaches in the 31st annual Basketball team for 1963 in the CIAA

December Orange Blossom Classic will receive Sovereign and 1964 is long on experience -
.souvenir watches the of'Royal .
gift through courtesy but short -
2 Monday Florida Memorial College Exhibition on
5 Thursday Bethune-Cookman Jacksonvllle Crown Cola Company Columbus, Ga. The disclosurewas height.While the Piratesof
made in a joint announcement by A.S (Jake) t
11 Wednesday Paine Augusta, Ga. interim coach Lee FOOTBALL!
Gaither, athletic director and head football coachat tc
January Royster boast 9 playerswho tt
Florida MM Universityand Charles J. Smith III, have an average of
8 Wednesday SOuth Carolina A.T. Jacksonville RC s director of special market activities.
11 Saturday Florida MemorIal College (Teat) St. Augustine --'.-._..............-....-....-..--. three varsity campaigns FOOTBALL!
The classic is the nations -
under their belts, the
16 Thursday Albany state College Jacksonville premier Negro such a large number of ic
tallest man on the squadis ic
17 Friday Allen University Jacksonville athletic promotionalevent persons.
64 Charles Grant who
3) Monday Albany state College Albany, Ga and attracts 'in Royal Crown cola com- '
is serving as captain in
22 Wednesday Savannah State College Savannah, Gay excess of 42,000 persons pany is a pioneer in the his Junior year. c YOB Can't Afford
field of ethnic marketing -
annually. Host Florida Coach Royster makinghis
i AbU traditionally selects entering the fieldin
To Miss It
debut as a college
WATCH THIS CLOWN as its opponentthe the late thirties.

CLARKS MEATS 14 82 57 steam most that outstanding is availablefor Robbie Offered State Post I The

33-163- 45 the contestoftenwith ALBANY N.Y. (ANP) who also has set other .

9 2 the mythical national Jackie Robinson former marks for his race in .

I Negro champion- Brooklyn Dodger base- sports. He was the first
1 GreatestGrid
to the vic-
ship going
: ball star and now a Negro to enter organized 't
.Lakewood Store Open Sun. 9 a.m.p.m.. I I.CLARK'S 7 : tor. business executive in baseball and the firstto

TENDER TASTYCHOPPED 26IP- 90 RC's presentation will New York City is expected be named to base- T .,. t
be the second consecu- to be named by ball's hallowed Hall of t '/ '!i Show
$ 486-95-613
5 00 tive that the soft
1 year Gov Nelson Rockefeller Fame in 1962.
Sometimes He's up drink firm has given within a month to the The former athlete c' E I
SIRLOINS I STEADfs So. He's down .
He adds, subtracts watches to players and post of chairman of the would replace Melvin L. on the t
coaches at the classic, New York State Athletic .Krulewitch of New York, ( -
He wort..1t.11 around
Be sure to see BIOGRAPHY every fed. Night on Channel 4 having given 103 in Commission.This the present chairman .t l

COMING ATTRACTIONS 1962. The watches willbe is not the first whose three-year appointment fH Turf t

at 7 p.m.-Educational and Entertaining. 40 16 35 inscribed in orange announcement of the proposed won't expire ....
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lettering as follows: appointment of until Jan. I, 1965.
1963 Orrtt.r t rlossomClassicRoyal Robinson to the $20.475 Another position wouldbe t: Jake Gaither'sFAMU

Edward Waters College Crown a year job. However, it found for Krulewitchin

I Cola Company. It is was the first time a Rockefeller. Ad- RATTLERS

II believed that the classic limit of any sort has ministration. *
is the lives in
only Negro been set for the appoints Robinson now *
promotional event in en t. Stamford. O>nn. He must (With Bed Hayes The World's Paste liwaoe
the where New York beforehe
country gift It would be another move tp
I watches are presented to "first" for Robinson. could be appointed.
I! Several weeks ago when vs

I II I WHEN YOU ARE ILL the possibility of the

1 1I I appointment raised*. Robinson was first said i TEXAS
too ..Seek the Best Doctor
.1 he was a great admirerof
.1I I When Your Doctor PrescribesGet and
Gov. Rockefeller l' SOUTHERN S
Experienced Pharmacists pleased to :
would be
1 .According to Your Doctors move his residence to .

: $ i UrdersiTeTJse Only The Best New York State shouldthe t Plus..The FAMU
Dr. C. F.! BlackProprietor '. governor ask him to
S Quality; Drugs do so. Marching Band

BASKETBALL SCHEDULEDec. t Saturday Kite Nov. 30

2 Florida Memorial College; Exiiition A COUPLET LINE OP 8th &DAYIS STS. t Gator Bowl

Cosmetics Rubber Goods Candies Sundries
Dec. 5 Bettane-Cootaai! JacksMville Take Dot Food Service
-PRESCRIPTIONS CAILm FOR AND DELIVEREDLilly's g ON SALE AT: fiesta Motel Cine Road; goal ir-

Dec. 11 Paine Augusta, Ga. Specials Every Day ner 8th sad Davis; fteyno pharmacy Davis *'

-l Store: Ashley Edfewood and Avenue B. ; teeter Port -
-,. 1 1TirkKS. ; Jan. 8 South Car&Iifia A.T. Jacksonville Drug Call EL 4.6531 East Union: Mervoa's pharmacy West B4.ev..i{

S Chicken Sisck-Krrtle_ ft 13th St. Hesatec....
On. Sale At Edward Watas teller Business- Office '- 1907 KINGS ROAD EL 3-8276 toick Service Fine Foods


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_ POIIC. Reports Interracial Council Fast Growing Gate City I Matress Co. Teaching Career I
Negro 4 Others Star
ROMAN/ CHARGED WITH YOUTHS HOLDUP Hits Harassment Adds Quartet To Top Sales Staff Not Enough For ,
All RECORD PLAYER The manager of a con- Having recently reached its 35th year of con- In 'Shock Corridor'HART

James Taylor of 1551W. cern located in the 2000 Tactics By Officials tinuous operation, the Gate City Mattress and Determined Doctor .
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33rd St. reported the block of ff. Beaver St. Carpet Works has since its founding by the late RHODES A ,d' *.'-,* '
less Tuesday of a record said two boys one armed Harassment tactics by A.D. Chambless, experienced a phenomlnal growth IIr GRO PERFORMER HAILED ,'., T.

player and coat valued with a pistolrobbed hia certain Congressmen in in Jax and out of town areas ,and still remains OF THE GREAT TALENT ; ':...<'t':' :,"
at $127.00 police re- of $40.00 >Monday, police the recent subcommittee under the experienced guidance. of the Chambless OF THE LAST 12 >- ..[.1 '.>

ported. reported.The hearings on 'discrimination family. ........................., r: STARRED WITH FOUR ..{
stated that ,
Taylor said he was victim in reverse" constitute The company now has showroom In Jackson- IN "SHOCK :
sleeping and when be woke the pair entered the establishment a threat to any ,four Negro driver-- ville. N ELECTRIFYING DRAMA '

,up the articles were and ordereda continued progress of salesmen on its sales The Company has a WITH SHOCK AND ;f ,
package of cigarettes. I
missing. He said that the equal employment staff and with OVERTONES AND t.I .
When he returned with its recently fleet of over thirty
Emmie Lee Warren was at opportunity progress in opened show room THE RITZ THEATRE. r ::
them, one of the boys
his home before he went industry as well as in located at 55 University HE PORTRAYS A I
held a pistol on him and p-
to sleep.A government Charles R. Boulevard. Gate City ONLY ONE OF HIS RACE -
told him it was a hold- r \
search of the su- Braxton asserted todayat Matress and Carpet Works DESEGREGATED 4'j
the victim said. '
up '
spect's home resulted in' the Equal Employment and showrooms \. WHOSE MIND SNAPS
Taylor's personal papers The pair took $40 off Opportunity workshop at located at 11th and are Wal-now T ; \ MONTHS OF
the victim and after : I.
being found. The record the Convention of the \ ADJUST TO HIS NEW
ordering to lay on ; "
player had been pawned ;.. : : TIONAL SURROUNDINGS.
National Catholic Con-
'.at a Doris St. place of the floor, left the ference for interracial Ft'f ,:: 1'- \ .,' .,. "-' } OTHERS WHO STAR IN I'k' \ .
scene but not before a
witness saw them leavingthe : ;.etJ ... ,
Officers R. Jeffersonand premises. Braxton who is Administrative ,," CONSTANCE TOWERS, waJkB"V'I ; '- _

A. Grisson investigated The manager then drove Assistantto One career in a life- EVANS AND JAMES CORK OOR No. 6
the President of the time is usually par for BRECK is CAST AS A
his car around the area a door into a
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Jr,4 the
in an effort to apprehend National Alliance of course but not for PAPERMAN CAUGHT UP institution's
Dr. Cecil E. Qanville. WEB OF HIS OWN
MAN WOUNDED BY the suspects and latersaw Postal Employees described for women.
UNKNOWN WOMAN them walking along the hearings as ..vh He put aside a career WHO EVENTUALLY does not immediately

John Willie Wright 42, S. Fourth St. He said apparently designed to I I as an educator to launch HE HALLUCINATIONS SEES HIS IN these are sex
423 Caroline St. reported the boys then separatedand intimidate administrators himself on a new career- young girls
B. SKINNER -medicine--because he STRIPPER, AS tllS SI
he was shot ban ran in different di- of I government screenplay when they rush him,
unknown woman last rections. agmcies, rather than to trucks in operation and thought he thus cculd
pen of Samuel wanting to be the
Saturday Police said. ..........*... provide a basis for delivers directly from fulfill a greater needin also produced to reach him he
Wright said 'someone SLASUNQ ENDS legislation. He attributed .. the factory to the home. his native Trinidad.He who .
directed it, was i
the Congressional The firm also operates has invested seven
came to front door DOMESTIC FEUD the Lear:
and called for him to A housewife who was hearings to- the SAMUEL L. FOSTER a rug cleaning service years of study in pur- under Firks banner WATERFRONT

come: outside. He said treated for cuts and pressure of the Postal nut Sts. and 818 W. suit of his medical Sam released by Allied FOR SALE
be insisted that they lacerations Sunday at Clerks' Union officials University BoulevardThe future and expects it RIBAULT RIVER LANE.

come in but the person Duval Medical Center, in defending intrenched Gainesville opera- will be another six or tists.sexual FT. RIBAULT FRNTG. 3

still asked him to go told police her husbandcut discrimination.He tion is supervised' by seven years before he Its WITH COTTAGE ft BOAT
hit the highest key
outside police stated. her during a domestic said that Congressmen A. Do Chan bless Jr. will return to Trinidad A STEAL AT 12000.
Pool and Watson --as a psychiatrist. Breck unwittingly CALL 7712266.
The victim said he argument.Mrs. were Control of the fast
opened the door and the Laura Lee Cain, among those who peppered growing Gate City Works "There is a need for

unknown person fired a :31, of 1043 Grant St. Assistant Postmaster remains in control of psychiatrists, and it

small caliber pistol. said that during the General Richard Murphyon the Chanbless Family is that goal which I set REV. LAMAR

wounding him slightly.. argument, her husband charges of 'dis with Mrs. Mary (A.D. ) for myself when I had HEALER AND ADVISOR
$1,900 cut her on the three crimination in reverse"and Chambless serving as the opportunity to come
middle of her him little to the States to study:
On Your Lot fingers gave opportunity ADVICE IN ALL AFFAIRS 8F LIFE
left hand and also inflicted to set forth he said in his soft
MASONRY 3 BR. l BATH a three inch the facts. Braxton slightly British accent. Are You Suffering-Sick- i3jEj's..
COMP. $65.00 DOWN. $65''
long laceration on her credited Murphy with Dr. Glanville was $ A
face, police reported great personal and political graduated from Howard Need Advice ? a
Call 111-2266 STING (&:: cuii
courage in administering EUGENE University College of
Rev. Luar. She baa 1
the Equal for both the office and Medicine last june--he the God-Given Power to C

Win Ibis 35MM Camera FREE ..DuringI Employment Opportunity home. also pompleted his heal by prayer.' Ouarra-

program. The Gate City Works undergraduate work tees to heal the sickand t
Our Grand Opening Celebratta Sat. No,. 30th| ere--and
Applauding the KennedyAdministration now is
manufactures mattressesand the al11n,.but there :..
-- for bedding products of interning at St. Peter's is no pity for those LUC"

making more progress inner spring and foam Hospital in New Brunswick who know they are in MLA/VS

towards an Equal Oppor- rubber mattress-quilted N.J. "Upon completion hard Inch and don* t -

tunity system than any patterns materials.The of my InternshiP. come to see Rev. Laaar.

previous administration. works also manu- I'd like to com- Guaranteed to help or you dwi't have to pay
Braxton said that factures Sofa Beds Ba- plete my residency in

."i. of white beneficiaries of NATHANIEL KING hama Den Beds. Loungesand the New York area spend Come Today You'll Bless The lay You Did

Q previous discrimination Baby Crib Mattresses. several more years on Open 7 days. a week from 8 in the morning until 10 at
continue to have advantages president. Other family advanced studies in
.. ,W even under the members namely B.D. Victim Reports psychiatry and then return located in her own hone in at
: '- present standards of Chambless operates the to Trinidad." 8442 NEW KINGS ROAD Hmay No. 1 North
.eligibility. factory and J.W. Cham- Being RobbedJoseph His medical studied at
Moncriff bus no. 38-B to comer of ttoacrlef and
tt bless runs the carpet Anderson. 22. Howard were aided by Hlway. No. 1 North Walk 3 blocks North on Hiway 1

of 2013 Johnny Avenues financial assistancefrom and look for big white sign with cross

NOW PLAYING BOTH aid he stopped at a Schenley Indus- REV. LAMAR gives lucky days and lucky hands. byes _
Southside Cafe 'Saturday tries, Inc. sed lucky cbara is given free. You too can be
EMERSON'SPHOTO Thru Sat Nov. 30 RITZ FIRST RUN night to order a "take- "If it were not for healed .through the power of the Lord and RBV.
SUPPLY out" dinner when a man the liquor concern's
TV Rifleman Chuck Connorsm financial assistance I LAKA&'a prayers. Guaranteed results in 3 days.,
him in the
j limped on
Phone 354-3212 1817 N. MYRTLE AVE. 2600 block of Kings might have found it impossible Rev. Lamar Guarantees

PHOTOGRAPHER OF CHILDREN And "FLIPPER" The Happy Porpoise Ave. and threw him to to enroll or

JUST COME IN ft REGISTERs the ground reportss remain in medical To Restore Your lost Nature.

tated. Aool." he admits. LUCKY NUMBERS
\ Anderson said while he
was struggling on the
.., .. ground another man Wi11 Member Make YouA Of

: took his wallet and the N. A. A C. P.. MOTLEY'S ENTERPRISES
two men then fled from Join the Freedom Fight!

Great All the scene. Market

Family Show Movie Guide REASONABLE po 8-4760 2913 EDGEWOOD AVENUE


1 Prices Good Friday
Mantan Morelandin SPJ-4290. Saturday & Sunday


H Robert T. -plus- Coons & Possums r

O P Lone Negro student in a white "ONE ROUND JONES" 2 BO Ffc APTS.-J11.50 W
university who cracked-up under WATER FURNISHED-RESIDENT LEAN WESTERN 5 ibs. MOTLEY'S mim

strain of his ordeal. Now thinks STRAND M6R.-2414 SAN DIEGO RD.- SPECIAL slab sm _

,_ himself to be a white segregationist FL 9-1757. OPPOSITE DOUGLAS OX-TAILS $1.00FRESH
ist Attacks people of his own race.

!: "; But in moments of lucidity pleads HOTEL MEDIUM daze!

Pre Holiday the case for their cause. "ATOM A6EVAMP1RE"SKYVIEW pTrr/TV TN FVFPT POOH'
( Talk w. Ashley-Jax. Fla. EGGS 39
$ 5
Diagnosis: Acute schizophrenia. For Reservations Call. it. $

Sale One of the Shocking CORRIDOR"People you'll meet in"SHOCK "CAPTAIN DRIVE SINBAD"and IN H. 5-4025 FRYER SALE MEA. N.Q/ $

"CRY OF BATTLE"BEAVER Tickets To $65 wk.Johftaltinc FRYERS NECKS lb. 50
210 Post Ave.Westbury. FRYER BACKS lb. 150 C8LLAX 2 tecta
savings galorethroughout N.T.


for the Finest and Freshest Seafood Available
FLA. ttAK 'A
1677 W. BEAVER Beauty Operators ft Barbtr GIZZARDS 2 lbs.49fe
New Hollywood Beauty ft STEWMt 2 to
Neither Storm Nor Hail Nor Hurricane Bothers Us.W. Have Barber Looaje-622 ff.Ashley;
Plenty Plenty Fish at Ridiculous Prices-Th Quality It There Call I.S. Anderson at HOME STYLE COOKED l ft HENS $1.19

-Com. and Get 'tm EL 3-3245 or EL 4-9774
CRACKLINGS 10$ 3 to 4 ft.
the storesale THURS.-FRI. & SAT. SPECIALS OPEN FRI. & SAT. from 7 A.M. to 7 P.M..



stiffs Fridiy JUMBO MAID Jobs. $35-$55 wk. Beicltes NECKS S ftc.WWIS S*
samp nssa: HZATLESS MEDIUM LB. 49* OCEAN fHU1P LB. 98* I Urge
Pare advanced. Mallory

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shop t sivt DOLLAR SALE Puss WMtTf CRAB MEAT "". ..........SOS Agency, Lynbrook. K.J. GREENS 49$
ra>: 1 CADCHT 1ICLLEr....5 LB3.8HKZMPBOAT UACKEtll STIAKS. IB. ...............4SMtSM 3 ft>.
Til !TXKa..4 LBS. $ CAUGHT SMC. TROUT IB. ...........SS. A-1 4 rollsTISSUE
Open Friday 9 p.m. BIB SMAmi. *. .....I.. L*. NICELY I FUR*. APT. 3 RMS. ft
KING CBAB CLAWS, 120.. tk* ............!*.
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MANGO SMAP'I L!. ....................45. &CLD.WTR. & KIT H. 10.00
PAN FISH....4 LBS.' MID. SIZI BID BASS. &.L ...................4Sc wn.Y. CALL EL 3-9942 AFTER $1.25E
HUH CAUCHY nOUNMX LB. .............s. } IEEF $1.00

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