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Material Information

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
November 25, 1961
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
African American newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates:
30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )

Notes

Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
General Note:
Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
Funding:
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00435

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Florida star and news

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Material Information

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
November 25, 1961
Publication Date:
Frequency:
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111Crowds( ;, Attend| Continental's Opening l''' Housewife Had RecoveredFrom Leadership Slum Conditions.n


I .' ( Five Gunshot Wounds
Y eyI r Given Severe CriticismBy
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I :;\ i A 21-year old ,housewife who earlier in the year had recovered Alyson E. Wise

,. ) Ii'; ._. ,,"g --r.f> "' "J,t': from being' shot five times was found stranguled

--,J '''- t.,. ';>:;' to death in 'her* home here early Monday corning. Jax Negro populace came in for a goodly share of
'! .' J J ;"., Found dead in bed* at her bitter criticism for their so-called "complacency"last
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c i' ', = A114/1I ..: ; "F.-\) 941 Madison 'st.' home was Jaxon Held week during the three-day. 22nd annual conferenceof

p, \ ... \ : rt 21-year old Mrs. Annie Ruth the State NAACP Branches. hell. director of the NAACP

: ; .4t. ....' I Jones. Booked in city jail In Shooting During the Thursday night Washington Bureau, Mrs. Ruby

: "' for investigation of homi- church leaders' meeting in ,
;; : -" .. Hurley, the NAACP SOutheas-
.. ..: ';; r 1\,' : ,.',;;:' ;:; cide is Abraham Graham. 26," St. Stephen AME Church, Jax tern Regional director and
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IWI '- t' ; of Lake City.Found ranch president. Rev. J. B.
Rev. Johnson host
.. ; pastor
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/ c .' P. Williams noted that there i'n turn attacked Jackson-

; ', By In-Law \ were only five of some 150 ville's citizenry in general.Mr. .
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L.'i: ,.-'"" Investigating officers'reported ocal ministers in attendance. Mitchell noted that an

m I' that Isaiah White However despite Jax's minus- elementary-junior high school
the dead plus record in the State's
: woman's brother- named after a noted American

i-> .. ,:.v. ... .'. :.,.'. ; :,,.".:, .': _' 'inl.aw.stat.ed went. to. ivil rights offensive by Negro was in a disgraceful
i ;', "f'C':' Mrs. White's home to pickup egro church leaders Jacksonville -
'_ condition. He pointed out
; some books. White said -I honored whenvs.
:" was
; that tar dripping from its
t he had no trouble gaining J. S. Johnson ahd J. .B.
roof there were broken windows -
entrance since the front :
P. Williams were cited for
and no sidewalks. He
foor' was unlocked? heir work with
.. :t.; outstanding also said that he was amazedto
White said he then called the NAACP.
learn that the majority of
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;i Grand Opening: Thousands of sports minded Jaxons of all ages thronged to the three- the woman and receivingno ., :::. \ Jacksonville's Negro resi-

quarter of a million dollar Continental Bowling Lanes. Inc. whose;' grand opening Cere- answer, knocked on her "" I Prayers For dential areas still had sep- j
monies took place last.Saturday at 11 a.m. In top photo ceremony participants await bedroom door. Still receiving -, PreachersFriday
ROY H. LEEKS tic tanks and also added that
the ribBon cutting event.. From left are: Adrian (Ken) Knight master of ceremonies.* ,
no. reply, he sail-: he .
.AWAITS
'
L. I. Alexander ,County, 'Commissioner Ray Greene. Judge Page Haddock. and Dick',Gottlieb. entered, the. room. .,.flbd';< -saw' INVESTIGATIONA night W. W. Law. he' w"as deeply" shocked at

Continental' s president. Others in background are, Manager Taft .Cummings and Miss Ertha '; jaxon is being held resident of the Georgia seeing the unpaved streets

M. M. White' -..who rolled out the first:' ball- -.. (Royal Art i di'o'ni ,t9)) Mrs.pillow Jones over lying her in head.bed witha in connection with the State NAACP and also the roads slum conditions, and

death of a man who was avannah Branch and a back of sewer systems.
Stating that he shook. her shot last Fri-
= 'and fatally ational director of the a For the few who are deeply
Found Guilty' got no response.'hethen day night police re-
Negro Candidate Loses Bid reported the matter to ported. national organization ,I concerned over these conditions -

For Theft At the police. Pauline Black of 312 raised the Jax Youth Councilas and the damning

For City CommissionMiamiKenneth Post Lt. 0. A. Johnson of homi- Davis Street is dead being the Nation's most I criticsm given over community

Post Qffic.Wilmer cide reported that it was and Roy Herschell Leeksof utstanding and in almost the by our national leaders, itsa

Williams 1976 College CircleS. ame breath caustically shameful burden to bear
the Negro candidate for the City first believed the woman had
Commission lost his bid for election polling a disap- -: McIntosh of Mandarin died from natural causes is being held as sus ashed Jaxons for their complete but to the local citizenry/ it

pointing 3,833 votes out of well over 10.000 Negro votesin o'ne"of four, men but an autopsy discI sed pect.Police reported that satisfaction in their is seemingly worth notice---

Williams the City, a of service Miami.,station a charged with the Sept. 7 that she had been stranguled. two men. Clarence J. roles as second class citizens had this been so, we would

(operator ran a poor third to for Tuesday's disastrous de- looting of the local Post At the request of local Perry and Ralph Sher- Rev. J. S. Johnson the have been the recipients of

Mrs. Alice Wainwright who bacle. ffice. was found guilty in authorities Graham was man were riding with literally seconded Mr. Law's praise rather than having

pulled a whopping 13.402 ""Tuesday poor Negro vote federal court Wednesday.Two picked Black when he drove out itrolic denouncements when been the objects of castiga-
Tuesday by Lake
up
proved two things: (1) that Golfair Blvd. and stop-
L., votes followed by Cliff Horne others. David Solomon tie stated that the audience ion.
the Negro politicians 'jiv- City police and brought to ped near 1102 Golfair. .
who drew 5.272 votes to place and
Pinckney. Leroy McKnight hould pray for the Jax
him in a run-off with the top ing and, (2) that the Negro Jacksonville' for questioning. where his estranged
were charged with aiding and Black >reachers with hope that they Negro's Travel
vote-getter. leaders and the various civic Earlier inthe year. Mrs. wife Elinor
groups are not doing the job abetting in the crime and ones was shot five times lives. Black parked his ill join the civil rights ,\

for Many'reasons Williams'are dismal being loss.given t-.IIIt_ .J ........ ...." ',""' \ ... Johnnie Fultcn was accusedof but had recovered from the car across street about ffense in the near future. Plight Cited
C r A the breaking entering 50 yards west of her The denouncements against
They include disunity in the 1roun ds. home and toward it, "
organizational committee and looting along with Mc- reports Jacksonville in general cameo WASHINGTON. D. C. The

campaigning and faulty Intosh. indicate. a climax Sunday afternoon State Department is using
poor and Sherman said
campaing management. The break-in was said to POLICE REPORTSATTEMPTS they perry saw a man come out during the mass rally in St. its influence to get housingand

Political obervers. however have netted the men $49.35in the house and go toward'a Stephen when Clarence Mit- restaurant facilitiesfor

see disinterest on postage stamps blank: car parked across the -* African Diplomats. '"But
the ,part of Miami Negroes money orders and validating : SUICIDE street in front of 1102. Mr. Average U. S/ Citizen

due to lack of political ed- L- stamps. Noami Addie Jane pride They said they then saw Sf. Pete Men who happens to be colored I t
and a strong move-
'ucation The three men pleaded guiltyto 3 1. of 1482 W.. 18th the two men strugglingand and finds himself away frqp
to arouse the people to
ment then heard four
fight for their rights as 4' charges and as government Street Duval Medical was rus.hed Center to shots. The man who came Are SentencedST. home must fend for himself," I

main factors responsible witnesses -' his declared the publisher of Go
the ._ implicated McIntosh last Monday after ,a out of house got in

,. during the hearing before suicide attempt, polic car and started west on PETERSBURG Found Guide To Pleasant Motoring

p 'U. S. District Court reported.Mrs. Golfair. but his car guilty for a seried of Mrs. Marlon H. Jackson.

Mitchell' HitsJFK's Judge 'William A. McRae Jr.- Pride said she had a flat. He stopped burglaries six local men "The plight of the Negro
walked
and' off.
got out
I may'., Sentences were deferred pen and her husband have were sentenced to state Traveler who must jqurney toa
the said.
men
'k been marital
RecordCharging ;: ding a probation department having distant city is too often
prison terms with. the
trouble, and at presenther Black was found lyingin
report on the three men. husband is out of vacant lot. A large seventh being placed ; pro unnecessarily hazardous. Too

town. She. said he called pair of sheers was bation here Tuesday. many Negro drivers stretchway

that the adminis- KENNETH. WILLIAMS. .. ELKS. WillBincl'FQrces her and told her he sticking, in ground in During the hearing before beyond the 300 miles per

tration's social welfare of enlightening or awakening' did not love her any- ground in the crook of Circuit Judge John U. day recommended as a safe

program has been tailoredto the people. < .more. his left arm. The hand Bird. Earl Pierce. 23. days drive by the AAA Auto
Police reported she be le of kitchen knife
discrimination Another great upset came in a received a six months Club because they don't know
preserve tc
and tooka
depressed
--The
mayor's race with Mayor Philadelphia. came was between left arm
of accommodation between
,whenever possible Clarence Robert King High swampinghis threatened split in the ranks large quantity of aspirin and body and the blade five years sentence on two any

Mitchell director of the opponents with a 25.165 of the Improved Benevolent tablets. She was was under the body counts to run concurrently. their home and destinationthat

NAACP's Washington bureau plurality. His closest challenger Protective Order of Elks of taken to Duval Medical investigating officers He was also sentenced to will welcome them. .
the World has brought quick Center for emergency laid. To help alleviate this condition
declared, "It is a disgrace Arthur H. Patten two years for probation
that not a single polled a paltry 5.794 votes.In reaction from Grand baIted treatment by privatetransportation. Leeks was arrested at violation. "GO" was createdin

civil rightslegislation the other City Commission Ruler Hobson Reynolds.A Dr. Duval Medical Center by 1952. It lists most of the
Lapoleon Watkins
,
pieceof._ Gmles said her con- Patrolman George Brad- 23. was
race Dave Kennedy, an aggressive complete investigation
has been ; best hotels motels and guest
sentenced
sup- dition was not serious ley and Sgt. Solomon to two. six
;young man pulledout will be made into the participation -
during the first and that the would be months houses that have a nondiscriminatory -
ported !; front with 15.394 votes of any of the Beaters lest on. He had stab to five year term as
session of the presentjCoqgress. to runner-upper labor candid if the IBPOS of Win released after: ..treat wounds in upper right 'was James Barton.. Jr.. 22. policy. Happily

; .' ate Bill Owens' 6.'52: the forming of a rival 'organization ment. and left are and in "Richard L. Leonard who some of the major hotel

('Speaking here before the The run-off or second primaries which will be Patrolmen H. I-' MCDonald upper part of forehead.He on probation was given chains are now in this
will be held known the United Fraternal and J. J. jeffer. was treated and jWas
Florida State Conference of on Tuesday as similar sentence for one category along with greatly
Nov. 28, but of the Order of Elks of the World. investigated. : brought to city Jail the,I
; improved hotels owned and
.NAACP branches Sunday, Mitchell officers said. All wea- count in addition to his
some 4,500 Negro votes cast Judge Hobson R. Reynolds
: said that manyareas in the first voting not of Philadelphia Grand Exalted i pons were recovered and original sentence. operated by' Negroes.

in the. nation stand to half are expected to be sees Haler'sad Mrs. Nellie turned over to homi- James A. Thomas 30. received 4

benefit, from the $343- in the second COU t. B. Smith of New York City PATRONIZEStar cide. a six months to
Patrolmen I. B. Con-
illloa area redevelopment Grad Daughter Baler issaed three years term FLORIDA STAR
on one
nell. L. B. Bastian, G.
t program aad that many of SAY Ted SAW Iff I joint statements roviag' teat Advertisers ". Bradley Sgt S.feston count and Robert .Johnson EVERY
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take !
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"t i. feftve notorious. record, .wr ... to L. A. Hamvey having no previous recordwas .
action as any.rlte imdiaated
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\:a iifcrimlaatioa, and ._ &' 111 8UBd ad meeeasary to protect tile;. ." ." 3,1-,1 and Lt. E. D. Co'rley. placed on probation for CCIOIm IIQIM'

:Oiriiativa'. ': ".:3'{ : 1 :. .'li iate rity of OH"I..i. ;', .,... l1 v.tieated.. ;:>- four years; on one count.
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f ::.Ia'.,"", '.' THE 'FLORIDA, STAR' "P litics' As Usual" \


Jo is ., NEWS, By ERIC O. SIMPSON \

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Published by The Florida Star Publishing Co.

II \ "Member\of Associated Negro Press" .. .

NEW ORLEANS.La. The Southern Conference

.1 E EHC O. SIMPSON......_............_......................Managing Editor Educational Fund today wired Attorney General

I ALYSON E. WISE......,......-.........._...................._......News Edifoi Robert Kennedy requesting a Federal investigation I

I HILDA WOpTEN" .............:..........................!:Circulation I Manager ,+ of the arrest and imprisonment of the

f Lf t, .. Rev. Maurice McCrackin n"Br wnsville, Tenn. _
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4 MAIN-QFFICE : % S Mr. McuracKin, a presbyterian

2323""Moncrief Road.....!...............-...::........Phone Elgin 4.6782Mailing 4 minister from Cincinnati, Ohio V
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was arrested last week when he

f' .Address went to Fayette and Haywood '
P. O. Box 561 Jacksonville 1 Florida __ !
} ____ Counties in West Tennessee to

I i 642, NT 2nd AVENUE Ii'R 48195 L OR FR,'48105.. ;st r' investigate farmers who have reports registered that Negro to


\ 1 t{ 1y vote are again receiving eviction -

I J..... SUBSCRIPTION ATE .-=- notices ordering them off

I; One Year, $5.00;, Half Year,, $3.00 } Y the land. Brownsville is the county seat of HayIt"
; Mailed To You, Anywhere 'In The United States }.
OONV LUCE \ >- WE APE ANGLO wood County.
I /WE SttONSA -
Subscription Payable In Advance. Send Check or Money Order To:
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I YOUR QEUGlON / WELL DOM'T UKE SUPERIOR RACE-AND
The Cincinnati minister is the treasurer
FLORIDA STAR-P. O.Box 561- 1,FLORIDA of I
a JACKSOHUrE VOOQS is TOBi/h! i YOUR COUOR! HATE ALL NONWHITES!
t 1 Operation Freedom, an organization which was set ;:

THE FLORIDA STAR STANDS FOR: / *** 5 'jl kT lr t up last year with the support of several civil ;

1. City and County Civil Service Jobs roINFEuRIO'aE rights agencies to raised money to help Negroesin

2. Negro Road Patrolmen R! the two Tennessee counties who were victims of

3. Negro Firemen economic reprisals becuase they registered to
WE HATE
4. Mont Negro Police Officers vote. Convicted on a charge 'of 'loi tering, "

5. More Squad Cars fOr Negro Policemen. Mr. McCrackin refused on principle to pay a $50

1 .fine and has been sent to the Haywood County

I .1 Your Grandchildren Forests \Workhouse._

ft:f In its telegram to Attorney General Kennedy,

t t ,the SCEF .said 'In its efforts to protect the
Despite the appearance of a great many so 4 MER .
leA rights of Southern Negroes seeking the vote the
called ,
"new": materials, wood is used in 90 'Qt'r 'OW3
'U. S. Justice Department must also protect the
per cent of the nation's homes. But as a result -
of research, there's a great deal more WHY U.S. RIGHT TO WORLD LEADERSHIP IS QUESTIONED rights of those individuals who seek to help t tr

to be found in a tree than boards. .-: those who register in difficult areas. It is J'

It is esti rated that more than 5,000 different i -. Your Weekly obvious that Mr. McCrackin has committed no ,J:

products are made from forest materials. Wood crime; he simply visited Haywood County in J

i has many hidden faces which are yet only i_ Horoscope Guide : search of information and attempted to befriend ;

partially known. Shredded, cooked and reformed, the Negro voters there. It is unthink- f
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it is made into countless paper products--use- WHICH ARE YOUR'LUCKY DAYS FOR able that in America a man should be arrested

\ti. ful, for everything from handkerchiefs to t IUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL because of this. We feel that the officials of

packaging grand pianos. It is treated chemically Haywood County who took him into custody actedin

\ to produce such things as imitation leather, ti ly PABLO, ASTROLOGER clear violation of his civil rights, and we ;

alcohol, plastics, lacquers, synthetic rubber, urge that you take steps under appropriate I

acetic acid and glycerine for medicines. ARIES' LEO" and Federal statutes to ascertain the facts of this t ,
group
We're along way from knowing the full poten- Born, March..21 to April 19 :Born July 2$ .to. August-23 social life,associations and business, case and" correct the injustice that has been ",1 ,_

tial of wood. Some 25 cent of the contentsof done.
per This is a period of the Be ready to face finances. This month
a busy pro- SCEF also sent a message of support to Mr. Mc-
a log composed of a substance called
-- when vides (
year your affairs are period during the first you better conditionsin
lignin--a.kind of cement that binds the cellsof Crackin at the Haywood County Workhouse and
much entwined with ;a
very your efforts
twenty-three days of this to win
a treetogether. How to use it is still those of others, making it month. Relations with favor and support from pledged its continued cooperation with V:,
largely unknown.The Operation Freedom. j
necessary for you to accent others now assume increased people who can help further
-
forest industries broad Mr. McCrackin is a follower of the philosophy -
through use of its cooperation and make r your major aims. \
Be
importance readyto
,
products, touch every part of the country. The needed compromises where par- meet some of nonviolence and believes in a policy of ,.
ticularly around the time new friends,
central fact about this industry is that it is mutual interests complete non-cooperation with evil. In line witt
'
particularly
are con- of the New Moon. during the
based upon our onlY'renewable natural resource- Coming first this belief, he refused to walk to jail or to
cerned. half
Your
greatest weeks are likely to find of the month
our forest. Timber companies, both large and and the court after his arrest iYi Haywood County
strepgth seems to come you altering some of your again around the beginning rand
small, are vitally concerned with conservation of the next. had to be carried.
through your mate or views and
practices which run the gamut from full utilization opinions, and When asked whether he would plead quilty or ,
allies.
It is, therefore, you ,will desire
to let.
I of the log once it is cut, to reforestation recommended that you rely others know just what 5-80-22-11-92-582 not guilty to the charge, he would only say: I
the broadest you "I am pleading for justice---in f
programs on scale. upon their counsel, efforts think or decide. CAPRICORN Africa, in

Sustained yield logging, developed on private and initiative to a con- Born Dec. 22- to Jan. if!9 Asia, in America, in Cincinnati, in Browns-
ville and '
timberlands, involves cutting no more trees on siderable degree. 8'P11592R21 There is a need for yJU: everywhere. \

an average than can be replaced by new growth VIRGO. to be willing to sidetrack Meantime- in Cincinnati, other Operation Free-

.each year. It has been highly successful so thatwe 710331286713TAURUS porn Aug. 24 to Sept. 23 personal matters in orderto dom officials said Mr. McCrackin's arrest would

are now taking some 25 per cent less wood Coming weeks provide give special attentionto not +deter them in their efforts to start a renewed -
you
a
than growing each Born" good ; duties, responsibilitiesand program of help for West Tennessee
we are year. :April 20 to May 20 chance to bolster farmers
victimized for
The goals of perpetuals forest, offering, both The vitalizing Influenceof earnings, improve or add affairs which can pro- voting. i

commercial and recreational values and full the Sun should now be to belongings, and establish mote your credit and popu- In Haywood County, it is reported that at

utilization of each tree cut, are being well noticeable where your a better budget larity. An interesting and least 30 families have already received notices f

met. Barring government or other outside inter- employment and ,service for yourself. This is a favorable event' or contactcan to get off their land by January 1st and more ;1

ference, your great grandchildren will know the interest are concerned, time of the year when you: bolster your standingon eviction notices are expected soon In Fayette
can seek favors or counsel the 30th. County also, there are reports that there will ;
beauties of wild tree-covered lands as well as bringing you to a chanceto be ,

,the wonders of the thousands of products coming improve security and from influential people in widespread new evictions as soon as the

from them. lay. the foundation for suc- matters concerning your 3-60-33-18-38-363, crops are in.now U,

pocketbook or new financing.The ,
cess and recognition. The AGUARIUS
Merchandising In Transition need to exercise good middle of the month is Born Jan. 20 to Feb. 18 %

marked by aspects which During this portion of the i.
judgment concerning your
'In mid-October about 1,000 leaders of the
call
for curbing outlayfor judgment is lAEP
year your
nation's food industry gathered in Chicago. plans and perspective on
things is called for on the pleasure or avoiding good, and you should be f
The occasion was the 28th annjal meeting of the
risky ventures. able to publicize long
National Association of Food Chains. The theme 25th. your IK Pepsi.
range views and ideas. A
chosen for the conclave was 'Food Merchandi- ..
sing in transitionf. And it's that transition 2-40-55-11-58-245 1-30-66-14-29-136 more optimistic outlook is
LIBRA
which is of direct interest to the consumer. GEMINI Born Sejrt. 24 to Oct. 23 indicated, particularly at far those who l r 'i
the time of
According to one of the industry leaddrs, the Born May 21 to June J9 the Last l,
Affairs of your solar By the time of the New Quarter on the 30th and in
consumer seems to be interested in cut-price thinkyoungr
1 Moon on the 28th, you 'following weeks. There is
.operation fifth house are now empha-
on the one hand while, on the other, should
I she seems to'be demanding added convenience and sized, encouraging you to find yourself some need for you to expect a .

is willing to pay the extra cost. In his words make your primary interest developing an improved out- readjustments in your

'Never has competition cut across the the pursuit of heart's desires look on life, one which program around the 27th. T ,

promotion ofpet.. should bring you greater 29th and 30th and these
traditional lines of retailing as it. does todayHe ,
self-confidence and atten- will be times when it
and free-
projects personal
added tiiat
wnere supermarker I
once completed
tion from others. The best would be well to think
dom. There is now likelyto
with supermarket it
now competes with the
times for
taking the twice before disclosing important -
be considerable
drug ,store, variety store, department store activity
initiative
is the
on 25th matters to others.
and discount house as well. And of linked with recreation you : .
course
,26 th 28th and 30th. ,...
all of these various types of stores compete enjoy, entertainment, and t I
7-40-77-12-25-747 .
vigorously among themselves. So every kind of affairs of children or 4-90-88-16-54-498/

store, as well as the food outlets, also are other loved ones, Transi- PISCES .
Tnrn Feb. 18 to March 20 TY
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in transition. ting aspects on the 27th SCORPIO .
There is now a vitalizing : arI
Who is the principal gainer? That question is show a need for you to I Born Oct. ,24 to Nov. 22_ influence where

I easily answered--the consumer, who reaps the be ready to cope with interfering I your money ,
affairs with others
are involved -
benedits of wider choices, more attractive elements, cross- The Sun's position in ; and this would seem

places to shop, superior service, and pricesas currents, and emotional your solar twelfth ,house to be a good time to take:

low as the conditions of this age permit. people, all of which may until the 2gth shows a care of now in connection

have. vital impact upon definite need for you to
UNEASY LIES THE HEAD with taxes, estate matters, f
your affairs' and pocket- keep out of the limelight I
necessary borrowing or lend-
much You
book. as as possible.
'Uneasy lies the head that wears the crown. f ing.
are now in a position to .
Thus wrote Shakespeare, the greatest liter-
350dd't354 resolve personal problemsif
ary genius of all timer centuries ago. 2-30-44-19-52-234
CANCER you make the effort. Do
The Bard' words certainly must trouble the
y .Bom Jirae 20 to, July 22 everything you can to avoid
'dictators of the present-day world, if they've' The first twentythreedays misunderstandings with I r Science Iriefs

ever read them. -
of this month mark a others and stress or strainin Weed Eaters 1
In our time there have been three absolute
period during which the your private affairs on Insects are used to destroy
dictators of great and warlike nations--Hitler, certain weeds by the U.S. De
Mussolini ,Stalin. Hitler died by his ,own'' hand turn of events will require the 26th and 27th. You partment of Agriculture. Im-
some reorientationon seem able to gain needed ported beetles cleared a half I- 1400 WRHC 1400 T
in a Berlin bunker, and with him died the mistress million acres of weeds in California :
assistance the 27th.
part. Sidetrack.. on '
your
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he married a few hours before his end. and. the. Northwest.. -7ZLTUAs-
personal interests in
Mussolini, with his mistress was ass inated,"
Lung CancerDr.
order to deal with family 6-70-99-17-24-679 ,
KEN KNIGHT :
and the two were strung up by their heels in Joseph Berkson of the 1.:
affairs and domestic con- : AGYI'MRIUSoru.Nov '
Mayo Clinic says medical statisticians I
front bf a shabby service station in an Italian ; lMrrINO'1
ditions. Look for important 23 to Dec..21 may be on the wrong Il '
town. Stalin, so far as we know, died a natural Until the 30th the Sun track ,in trying to link lung "-"k." :.,' KNIGHT TRAIN ;..
events where your base of cancer 'to cigarette smoking. 1.9 PX i=.1 NTOHTLT r
death. But now his successor has ,ordered that solar .
operations, home, property, vitalizes your "I don't think we have found SWEET CHARIOT
his embalmed body be removed from the revered connection between "
eleventh house, where it any smoking #
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and parental interests'are 'IS) 10 t 10a0 UOJfDAT tit VIB3UY .
Lenin Tomb in Red Square in Moscow where it was concerned._ brings events and new" '"There and are lung too cancer many, he complicated said.- BLUES IN 'THE KNIGHT

enshrined. This' is certainly the ultimate in 'developments linked with inter-relationships bound 1030-12 -MONDAY thru SATURDAY

.posthumous disgrace and degradation. 0-77-rl9-78-967 up with .everything.. ".
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: APPLICATIONS FOR
SIARRIAGE LICENSES

.Ii Frank Lucas,"3?. 614 W.Beaver
St., 29 and Vivian E. Ferrell, 614'
By +r Y, W. Beaver St., 20.
jr "rt 4 i Leroy Miller, Jr., 6958 Evergreen
!
I Ave 21 and Flora Burgess*
J Ic ;'r :*:': .""' ,LOUISE G. GUINYAltb ". > :' .:' 771 E. 57th St., 19. .

'' .. ', Carl Rickerson 824 Baker Ave.,
ffa I -', 22 and Irene Trotter. 847 Baker

J1.v .' Ave., 20.Wanzia.
t. Sales 913 Dora St., 23
:
I
j J ..... -"........",.- and Versa L. Simmons, 1723 W.

I ,.)' .. 29th St., 16.
? James T. Leonard Gen. Del.
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'Last the big moment for the Jacksonville
night was ,
( Dinsmore, Fla., 40 and Mariah
I _. Urban. League Guild. It's second annual variety show Johnson. Dinsmore, Fla., 40.

." Fantabulous Frolic" was a'tremendous success. A Lee C. Blakeley, 1688 Hiram
St., 20 and Josephine L. Brad-
detailed account of'the show and.pictures will be ham 1159 W. 21st St; 20.

I featured in next .week,'s edition. James Crawford, 1128 E. 27th
'!'St, 23 and Vineta Black, 1462 E.

\ a 23rd St., 23.

1 James Reddick, 1705 W. 4th St.,
esjissssiii*..s.is.is.ass.i. I It 31 and
: Maggie L. Lewis, 1714 W.
.' 4th St., 26.
t .i. ".; -- %
I, Ester L. Pearson 1533 Pierce
f ft '? Ka b + ,,- .- .' St. Gary, Ind., 19 and Mary L.
H t I The announcement by Mr. and.Mrs. I. H. Burney, II of '. : : Yj: ; .' Brinson, 2105 Danson St., 20.
... .. : .
I I the betrothal and forthcoming marriage of their .. .,. /.t .... '.. --. ... '.;J C'::: L : .

\. daughter, Miriam Cunningham Burney, to Mr. Sturegon '" ,,< ';.:,.t..1&fIj, "';' .,,'' Sometimes

:\ 1 M. Stamps of McMinnville, Tennessee( has created quite ": .......' ,- ':'.1" s-i.if.;..?1 ;'' t BABY NEEDS A

<< 1'a stir in Jacksonville society. It is expected that ZETA All I CAE CLUB---is planning their
annual Fashion Tea
1 showers and pre-nuptial parties for the charming Miss. 6 p.m in the auditorium of Walker Vocational and to be held on November 26, 1961 from 4 until LAXATIVE, TOO
-
I Burney will highlight the Yuletide season. afternoon-of good fellowship is planned. Commercial College, Corner Ninth and Myrtle Avenue. An For over 60 yean mothers hare relied
Birtle Members seated from left to right on gentle"BABY EASE.Pleat
are: Madames
Simmons, Waddell Matthews Billie Wilkerson, Arie Leola Solomon, 'ant tatting easy to give liquid ref e-
Sattenhit Peterson Evelyn D. Florence table. "BABY EASE"
bring
chairml\ll; Annie president pure
.*..****.**..........**.. Bell Lee, Alice Johnson, co-chaiman; lIamie Campbell ; Eva comfort without binding. "BABY
Standing and
left to Mrs '
I right: Madames Alice Bellamy, Leola Coins. EASE" does not contain opiates or
co-chaincan-and Lola Courtney. Verdie Cruise, chairman program committee; Alma Glass strong laxatives. Ask your druggist,
for the special babies laxative,
I "BABY:.EASE."
The spectacular fashion show planned by Zeta Amicae

-I Club, an affiliate of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority; is high .----- --, ---

IJ) on the list of social events occurring this weekend.The Stork bX ..

array of fashionably clad models who will display :Sfafo* Strvfc**

the smart styles include Mesdames Vanetta JhanktgivingZION Oar. 7o a ; 4

1 Clayton Eleanor Littlejohn, Averia Lane, Gladys e6veriesBffiBS t

Smith, .Clara Walker, Azzie Lee Anderson, Barbara J. uaky.\t:: a

Reed, Altamese M. Smith, Sarah Seymour Willie Dean AT BR&WBTE& TABERNACLE Church 1018
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i ells, Adel Pollard, Mattie Hayes and Hazel Argrett; Avery St. between First and ?:kJw

Mrs. Lillian Goolsby daughter; Misses Betty Davis Mr and Mrs. K. D. E ley, Fifth Sts. East, will hold

I and Myra Walker; and, Mr. William Brewington and 131 Park St. Boy. ail-Day services Thanks- Sri

Julian. Walton t Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Gibson giving Day Mother T. Tun son,

2851 San Diego Road a! ybti announced. Friends and the 1': dr
"
.. I Boy. general public planning on
l
.. .. / Iv attending the event will be r
.
i itis isis ** Mr. and Mrs. Willie Lee
served dinners, she stated.
I I Holmes 1765 W. 19th St. .

Boy. ,

Members of Classie Lassies Bridge Club spent an en(1 Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Meets SundayThe

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joyable evening in the home of Mrs. Carolyn Washington. King St. Marys Ga. Girl. CLASSIC BOUND--Conchita' :: i.

(1 Mrs.. Ann Monroe was guest player in the bridge ses- Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Wilson Corvairs SocialCivicClub 1i.Her
Clarke, a beautiful music
sion, which was enhanced by delicious refreshments. 6160 StrawflowerPlace will meet in regular :mother or her sister?
major, and sophomore attendant -
t I't e Mrs. Sara Wright Mrs. Dorothy Olive i, and Mrs. Joan Boy. session Sunday, Nov. 26 at
to "Miss PAMU. BOTH ENJOY YOUTHFUL, NATURAL
I iI I Spaulding were prize .winners for the evening. Mr. and Mrs. William 7 p.m. in the home of Fred OKING HAIR COLOR
of Florida A. and M. Uni-
r Wilson, 1196 W. 13th St. Washington 2316 Moncrief Whether
want the
excitement of
.1 versity, will share the I you a different
Road, William Greene, hair shade, or want to give new life to dull or '

I. 1 ......................... Boy.Mr.. and Mrs. Curtis spotlight during the president, announced. gray hair. insist on the long-lasting haircolor '
J: forthcoming activities in the famous red packageGodeCroy'sLarieuse.
Bones General Delivery Business of importancewill
I of the 29th'Annual Orange be It's easy to apply, and complete in
discussed
Girl. and
Blossom all one package-there's nothing else to buy.
Classic and Fes-
/ The Jefferson Street home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mr. and Mrs. Allen Reed, officers and members are w

Belton Jr. was the setting for a recent meeting of 526 W. Union St. Girl. tival scheduled for urged to be present. The g'4cq'Y 18 LOVELY
December 8-9 in fabulous COLORS .
Les Flours' Whist Club. Mrs. Eunice, Coker was the lone Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Baker. club is soliciting 'for .
Miami. '
guest. 1740 W. 31st St., Boy. new members. Miss Cathe- LARIEUSEe
S
God froy Mfg.Company.3510! Olive St.. St.Lo,,'..Mo.
Mrs, Dorothy Dunlap Mrs. Helen Grimes Mrs. Faye Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Black, rine Salmon, secretary.

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Jflelms, and Miss Estelle Williams were recipients, of 6117 Ardisia Rd. Boy. r -

the lovely prizes. Mr. and Mrs. Hardy Ford, /

Mrs. Ruby Dwight Mrs. Iram Villarin, and Mrs. Cor- 2146 Woodside St. Boy. Sl? : .: '.f4 ro.. :x. ;Cr yl
,. ;
nelia Oree were among other participants in the meet- Mr. and.. Mrs.- Moses. Jones. t G. .S"r,:. :.''Q 'Y',w4'c.4lyY.>. 5rR ,
ss -
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: 1 ing. 1455 Kings Rd. Boy. .:.$;!; ''kxym t; ,;5;
.
Ky'::: u. zt :
.., 'Mr. and Mrs. Felix Ramiu f1N .wd..

Y C7; ,:: .. '. ..-.-. 1328 W. 12th St. Girl. .yY. "4AYyiY ..j'7t >d '.I 24.v
4' ... J.'w. ; j 4.
V ryl
Mr. and Mrs. Howard t :
!f" "
Smith 121 North St.:, Girl.

r. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Trim- ?; Sr'y' r>'f. ;ic; HMy v.SqM

Miss Anna Bell Minatee was guest when Mrs. Edna M. wings, 548 W. 19th St. >; tapRt: ; ;..{ ,.,,.,;.,,,,_
::S} t ?
Bell entertained Bella Donna Bridge Club recently. Boy. ;:r.?r' .y:3.

Mrs. Edythe L. Thompson, Mrs.: Vanette S. Thayer and Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Pres-

.Mrs. Marilyn Macon headed the scoring list. .- sley, 3124 Plateau St. ,

,: Members participating in the meeting, in addition to # y

.1'I prize winners, include Mrs. Hadassah Bullard, Mrs. Boy.Mr.. and Mrs. Jimmie
fk
Geneva' C. Adams Mrs. Kathryn T. Howell Mrs. MargaretS. Powell 1658 W. 24th St. Y: Y't. f. h y

Mathis. Mrs. Audrey W. Kelly, and Mrs. Gralyn II.w Girl.
I v ? ._
Mr. and Mrs. Hosell Atkinson -

j, 1423 W. State St. Rcl

w '-. t .. .a...s.*.si.ssss.issiis.!:: :;":' Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Curtis,

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'. t 2103 Payne St. Boy. Little Michael Claiborne loves Carnation.
Mixed with an.equal amount of water, it's
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hicks,
S still as rich as state standards for whole milk.
\) Note: On Thanksgiving Day let us remember to express 2073 W. 17th St. Boy.

gratitude for the many things -we have to be Mr., and Mrs. ,Elvin Hopkins : xs,' y.ft'ty rI -----'

' I', ,thankful for. 1354 W. 14th st.Girl. I RECIPE: \ .
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0') Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Mcadoo S I .

It .5616 Pansy Lane, Girl. .} :: ___.!_ I Carnation I I

is.eeeesesssssssesssse.es Mr.' and Mrs. Richard Tyson ; 4r 1Ln I I
t I I II
5337 Mays Court, Girl. DOUBLE-QUICK Il
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\ n I BANANA PUDDING I' RI
1
J TMrs.
,
-1 1. Mrs.. Bernice Henderson selected the downstairs club I (Malta 4 to 6 servings)

I r room as,, the setting when she entertained Les Elites Crown I 24'to
I Royal 28 vanilla wafers I
1 J Bridge Club last Wednesday evening.I "
/ Cola 1 package vanilla pudding

ji' Mrs. Charlotte Stewart, guest player Mrs. Elizabeth I and pie filling mix I

J I)I Simmons, and Mrs. Marie McClain were recipients of the I 1 cup undiluted (
'
I, lovely costume jewelry given. as prizes. e Prince Qaibome (right) is a lecturer, clubwoman, hostess,homemaher and CARNATION EVAPORATED MILK
'
1 Mrs. Vernal Me Cone, Hiss Anna B. Minatee, Mrs. Lois motfcer. She is shown demonstrating the whipping qualities of Carnation to I 1 cup water '

t Avery, Mrs. Johnnie M. Mitchell, Mrs. Maxine Jackson YOU Vivian Sutton,Director of Young Women's Activities at Carver House in St Louis. I 1 to 2 sliced bananas
CAN
Mrs. Ann McIntosh and Mrs. Alvenia SCriven were aaong

others. present. Vivacious Jean Claiborne, St. Louis, Missouri i Line a 1-quart casserole'with vanilla I
,- t \ wafers. Mix
the Carnation
pudding mix. I
bridge enthusiasts the t. the gamecauses PAY MORE
for some .
: and water in
a saucepan. Cook
I
The who makes life easier
career girl
them to seek membership in more than one club. w' I according package directions.Pour
(
Consequently, their names appear frequently in this -but: I half of pudding mixture into lined
for 50 thousand homemakers I
'' casserole. with banana slices.
column as high 'scorers in their ,respective groups. Top

*, practice makes .. YOUCANlBUY Place remaining wafers on top of
fe agree perfect.? _
Jean Claiborne} has been a Market tor recommended Carnation for hisforxaula I pudding. Cover with remaining pudding
t 4 mixture. Chill before serving. I II
BETTER : Consultant for the Carnation Com ,of course." I

I ? ,: pany for the past ten years. Mrs..Claiborne conducts dozens of I i iI
i,
I.
regnant She conducts cooking classes, talks cooking demonstrations every year. I.I I I.I

at PTA and dub meetings "1 love to show the smoothness of I I
5* ,---r: ., .... appears ., I II
x.sr I'u'It"1...dry skis MM JM on television,and shows young moth puddings made with Carnation,"she I
.ne tf...... MonIm' r m. Nil.tctK ..4li 1iILAX i. I
body Uto "" )MT se...up for 0* ml of yottf Mtt. WITH A ? 1 I.
nil f.J&II caodiU/ f*'ttp i. with Carnation Evaporated Milk. I.I i
Carnation is the milk that looks .
..My I coMpoMtfctf to mini I ttt .... I I. IL I

.' j .ills.fort" If 1'I'eMf.'i'strttcktrMS flU a nvtdaalntuas fstWg is'yeu M OTHE B8 Goodu'sHEADACHE "I.had plenty? of extra practice with pours and even whips like golden .1: .

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,,' fit>asugs ala biag eM. Is N..NOWaI"PRlENDe. my own 3-year-old' ,Michael His doc 'country cream-at %. the cost!

toe. ,PI en :yssr .
slim v1fA. .......,!m' ....tJ POWDERS kMIL.
: YCIII' Itftf ItIftt. At drag AjGE 'Carnation in:the red and tUhit8 3n is thevxrltfs favorite-brand "
stars nwInM. ;
r a, .t r a Mkt If..u..s.. CGIIPMY-AT1.\I1:1! :. 2 POWDERS 5* Q POWDERS 25* .. ::.,, .-

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S 'Min sfer Group 'i- r

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Y''M''o :Urges Voter's UJIPiIWll'll'i



Church- Nai r ,: rive, _Her. i CHURCH NEWS


, By.. L." N... pearson.fl- *. It was disclosed that_ all a .. }

,Sunday, November 26,church registered voters of Jack-
school will begin in the .
sonville and Duval County \

must re-register by Jan. 31, } A week of Homecoming services will be held at the Mt.

church at 3066 Woodlawn Rd.. 1962, Rev. J. S. Johnson, 6 Sinai Holiness Church 21st and Abbott Streets, which

at 9:00 A.M. under directionof chairman of the civic COBmlttee started last Sunday will terminate Nov. 27. I

the pastor, Rev. FranklinD. of the Interdenominational During this time Elder L. M. Sparks, founder and ,
Wilson.
Ministerial builder of the church will be honored. She was recently
Sunday school will begin in s. i5 ,
the Woodlawn United Presby- Alliance announced.Rev. 4t returned to the church as pastor. t tf

terian church at Lawn and Johnson stated priorto '. b r The program consisted of various ministers and their )

State Streets at 9:30 A.II. that time, all registered I congregations.
t
with T. V. Huger Superintendent voters will receive a

in charge. card which must be filled I r

{ Rev. P. D.. Wilson, pastor, out and returned to the

! who enthusiasm is working, and with preaching earnest office of Supervisor of The WSCS of Simpson Methodist Church and 'ffSCS Circle I

rams that any intelligent Registration.Time wijl observe the 21st anniversary in the church audi-

congregation would apprecir will be saved Rev. ISM torium beginning Nov. 24 at 8 p.m.A ;

ate, will bring the message Johnson said, if the voter program has been arranged for the occasion. The 4'

," at the 11 A.M. with supported goes to the Voter Registration v n by services will close Nov. 26 with an afternoon program. ,

by the church choir. Office and completesthe Dinners will be served following the morning worship. \

Prayer service and the study + The president, mrs. Gertrude Moore has \
information extended
desired invitation
an
; of the Life of Jesus Christ ) 'r1Lrt -
will begin Wednesday even- :before the'deadline.. Persons to the public to. attend. l,

inf at 7:39 R.M. All membersof having a change of' 4i'
{
the church are asked to address since they last

L attend friend. and to also being a registered should also bring Tir i The Pallbearers Societies, associated with Pall-

their cards up to date, he bearers 1
Society of
Sunday 00 America, will observe their 28th \
4 ; November, 26 at 3: :
P.M.. the Every Member Can- added. anniversary Nov. 26 at 3 p.m. in Mt. Ararat Baptist )

vass Committee will begin "Any person failing to Church with Pallbearers Society 17 as host. I

canvassing. All members of register to vote forfeits Presidents of other societies are: Mrs. Hattie
Bryant
the church are requested to their franchise." Rev. Johnson Mrs. Irma Lundy Mrs. Vlara Tillman Mrs. Ella Telfair.!

arrange to be home between continued. He also Mrs. N. Neil and
Mrs. Thelma Ray.
the hours of 3:(TO and 5:00 J'J'y
pointed out that teo
P.M. ,. .... many- J'u
r'"cheap" local politicians'are 1. .
f On Sunday; December 3, con-
gregation will reconvene the f busily trying to get
Rev. Dallas J. Graham a'
member of
Society 17and
meeting that was recessed on ,people to vote by financially -

Wednesday Nov. .15 advising them how to vote ; .. ( pastor of Mt. Ararat Baptist Church will deliver the

Wednesday, Nov., 15. At this He continued that those poli- sermon. The Rev. Mr. Graham will be accompanied. by his

meeting officers were ticians have never made an i choir.

elected and the revised chanter I effort to register peopleto The parade will begin at 2:15 p.m. at Kings Road and
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was presented.Our vote. CITATIONS for outstanding leadership Itf'fBe fieldof civil rights: were awarded a group Myrtle Avenue. All societies have been asked to co-
church annual Fall rally
of interdominational church leaders here last Thursday night week when the Florida operate.
The minister also
has been closed. For this urges
State NAACP branches opened their 22nd annual three-day. conference here in St.Stephen
annual rally, the congre- registered voter to
every AME church. Honorees shown from left; Dr. Edward T. Graham of Miami; Rev. C. K. SteeleSr .
gation was divided into 16 join with all gtoups and a- .; Tallahassee; Rev. W. C. Dobbins, Pensacola; Dr. J. S. Johnson host pastor, Jack-
with 16 captains. Each Choirs Parade will be
groups on presented Nov. 27 at Midway
gencies that are trying to sonville; Jax NAACP Branch president Rev. J.B. F. Williams; Mrs. Julie Wright.
captlan was asked to report register our people Southeastern Director of Youth Councils Atlanta, who made presentations; Dr. A. Leon Tabernacle Baptist Church, 925 North Street in Arlington -

$125.00 from their groups. Lowry, Tampa, state president; Rev. E. C. Tillman, Dayton Beach; Dr. Theodore R. at 8:30 p.m. for the benefit of St. Matthew Chapter

-V. --S--- Gibson, state Vice president and president of the Miami Branch; Dr. David A. Brooks, 143, order of Eastern Star. The program is sponsored by ;

and Rev. W. 0. Wells, Cocoa. Rev. Joseph A. Reddick's award was received by Robert Mrs. Jessie M. Polke.

EVANGELIST Saunders NAACP field secretary. Rev. Reddick had been transferred to Tampa byt Attended I
the banquet the following night. in bottom photo Rev. Dobbins of.Pensacola
: Mrs. Mary Neely will render a musical program Nov. 26
( Rev MOTHER\ROBERTS turns in branch's $5..00 NAACP life membership check to Dr. Lowry center, while Dr.
at 7:30 p.m. in St. Mary's Baptist Church.
8 Gibson, (left) and state treasurer, Mrs. Louise A. Buie of West Palm Beach, look on. I
(photos by Riyal Art Studio) Appearing on the program will be Mrs. Bernice Wrightand
f//\\\\ I
Melvin Grace. Mrs. Badger is
Mary sponsor.

Healer and Advisor- College Prexy ,Union Community Miss M.C; BurneEngagement *s I I,

Is The annual Women's Day will be observed at Friendly
You Suffering-Sick Foretells Future Slates ServicesChoir : 1
Are ; :
Baptist Church Sunday, beginning with the Sunday School .

-Need Advice? At'Gibbs CollegeST. 2 of Community AME Announced Here- !, at 9:30 a.m. I j

PETERSBURG. The Presi- Church celebrates its 12th
See MOTHER ROBERTS She has the God-Given Power dent of a leading universitytold anniversary Sunday Nov. j..

to"Heal. by Prayer. Guarantees to heal the sick and the several hundred Negro 26 with a program smarting k Choir 1 of Greater Macedonia Baptist Church will ob-*

ailing, but there is no pity for those who know theyare Junior College students that at 3 p.m. serve its anniversary 27. Mrs. Della Nealy, presi-

in hard luck and don't come to see MOTHER their generation will emerge The order of events follow: dent, has announced that an interesting program has been ;
gK
ROBERTS Guaranteed to help FREE. from a pattern of living for Processional; selectionby r arranged for the occasion. I

which segregation 'ha choir; invocation by Rev. j
Open Daily and Sundays From 7 a.m. 'til 10 at Night 1!
caused mediocrity to prosp r.' E. Z. Webster; selection by, 1
:
Her address'is 10310 Atlantic Boulevard ,
'You are going to merg Gospel Chorus of St. Paul } r The Dorcas Society of St. Paul Lutheran Church will !
with Indian Head and tho name Mothtr, toborts
took foi+WhIte Sign into the full American Culture AME Church; scripture. Rev. present its annual bazaar Saturday. Various items, I.I I.

.located S MHff from Downtown JacksonvUU on Atlantic Boulevard whether you like it or I A. Z. Russ; welcome Miss ,"""". _i 1 food refreshments, games and fun will be plentiful. II
f
-
Luck Days phon RA 4-7996 not" Dr. S. M. Nabrit, Annette Wilder; response Mr. and Mrs. fsadore Burney, The bazaar will begin at noon and invitations have been \

President of Texas Southern I Miss Vetra Belcher.Mrs. II announce the engagementif extended to the public.
That's on ;j Highway 10, East. The Old Beach Road. their daughter Miriam
University, told students of Theodore R. Oree;
Take Beach Bus 51 to her Door. Gibbs Junior College this hymn; selection by the A andB Cunningham Burney to Spu- 1
,
JACKSONVILLE-FLoRID geon Martin Stamps, Jr. son
J .[week. Male Chorus of St. Paul of Mr. and Mrs. Spurgeon Central Baptist Church will observe Women's Day Sunday

AME Church; offer!' ig se- Martin Stamps of McMinnville, beginning with the Sunday School at 9:30 a. m.

lections by the West Tennessee.The Among those appearing on the program are: Mrs. Corinne

Notice Friendship No.1, EversonSt. bride-elect is a senior Watts Southern Regional Director of the National Bap-
at Fisk University in Nash-
and Mt. Olive Primi- tist Convention Inc. who will be the morning speaker.An .
Announcement ville, Tennessee where she
Special invitation has been extended to the to attend
tive Baptist Choirs, respectively is on the Dean's List and public -

; remarks by Mrs. the alternate senior representative services during the day. ',

When You Need A CAB 0 ,,:. Juanita Greene, host presi- to the Student A t
founderof Council. She is a member of .
INSIST ON THE dent, Mrs. Powell,
: a
Beta Kappa Chi Honorary'
Union Community's choir, as s
Scientific
and J. A. Watson Union Society Societyand The men of Zion Hope Baptist Church will observe their
the Gold Key Honor Socie-
president. Honor annual Men's Day Sunday beginning with the Sunday Schoolat
4Presentations ty and the Gold Key
will be made. Society, and is also the 9:30 a.m. with Deacon J. L. Chatman serving as guest

by Mrs Delores Burns and second national Vice-Pre- superintendent and Deacon Ernest Thomas will review the

Cabs closing remarks by Rev. A. sident of the Delta Sigma lesson. 1
Lincoln
New Deal And : 1
Z. Russ pastor. Theta Sorority. Augustus H. Cox, program chairman has announced

Raleigh R. cox of Monticello will be the speaker for the
n,'
With The Checker Border \ 11 a.m. worship service.At .

All A4.k.s All Me4eI. ; 3:30 p.m. the speaker for the youth program will

Get In And Out With Grace And Dignity 7 AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS I be Robert A. Sewell field executive Cherokee Division i.r

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ADJUSTED' OVERHAULED Boy Scouts of America. r

Ccwnp// Auto Rtpain" 0 /.c/ricc/ Systems ',01. R./i.i_,' BYPU will be conducted at 5:30 p.m. with Deacon Levi

w...., Ja/o.C/.g frofW Ali,.",,.., Daniels in charge. The evening speaker will be Clarence

New Deal & .lincoln Cabs w. w.. A 10.000 MN.C Cunningham.. Deacon of Mt. Ararat Baptist Church and 2nd
..,..C.. w h E.clTn.saisslas
...a yice president of the Cherokee. Division. Boy Scouts of

Built For Your Compfefe/ Comfort And Safety .. MOTOR MART America.
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: .,.::'f. .u.EL 5-6601 1
Bonded And Insured o r)1: aiD & Bearer ;
.. ., I. .........' 1 The Interdenominational Ministers Alliance, known as
:;- i .__,..... n _tI. C'I' "
I "the big chain has announced another in a series of
I mass meetings to be held Nov. 28 in Sweetfield Baptist

JANYILIE, FLORIDA Church Rev. D. B. Barnes is host. '

Special Reduced Rates I GRAY HAIRS need vonfjfMi M mm A program has been arranged for the occasion and. the

members of the Alliance will be accompanied by their
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East Of Cleveland. from i W..L.UQUtD,.... EAU 'DENNAII. congregations. I


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FP Program November unusual eat on the
now ift Pepsi .Adjust-A-.Matlc chair, built for
"',' TAMPA -- The president of the Florida State-Conference secretaries U split in two equal
\ halves, each half responding to
far these of NAACP Branches announced names of persons who will the eight and movement of
i nerved as Honorary and General Chairmen during November .the two "hahes" of the body=
a biological fact that the ordinary
.f who .19 appearance of Dr. Martin Luther' King in Tampa, at chair has never taken
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{. the .Pf-. .Uae.-.1:+ovlv o..VAtI..IMAM? into consideration.Back .

think young :. Dr. R. R. Williams, Sr. into the thousands in Miami in--Dickens'-- -time the

Fyk'f ,''. Grand Master of the Most and Jacksonville Dr. office manager "punished" his
'.' : $ myopic clerk by having him sit
} Worshipful Union Grand Lowry- said. on a high hard, wooden stool.
fj < Lodge PHA Masons, Florida
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.: .. Jones, prominant civic") NOw'S THE TIME TO ORDER
:;;.<.. t tly worker in Tampa has been
d / C 0 1 A L Pocahontas-Briquets
Sec Inside Oar Back Ad Cover ca the of TklS | appointed as-General Chairman I Anthracite-Coke
NO Telephone Directory I ? ; i for the program. fill CITT..WIDt DILlYII1

I MONEY REMANUFACTURED \ : 'He has spoken before, LL SEASONS ICE & FUEL DO. .
II DOWN! 813 NORWOOD AVL 4-'iin
: turn away crowds numbering PHONE PO

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i YEAR--Little Jan Patterson New York City, seems to
A BIG 7
i MONTHSTO TO 24 .. AND be applauding her big year in golf as she admires her SICK ? ? .' ,.
PAY TRANSMISSIONS first golf trophy woo at the United Golfers Association h

.((1 annual tournament at Boston. Alan Kendrix, Washington D. ; : .. .

SERVICE 1-DAY' FOR ANY MAKE C., Joins Jan daughter of Mrs..Myrtle Patterson Out- 5 : ,_._'!.''.'- ?
''I CAR OR TRUCK standing amateur golfer, in the celebration. All trophies
IN STOCK for the Boston tournament were contributed by The Coca- ;"
Cola Company Atlanta Ga. o1i This Outline Shows Clearly r
j l '. FREE : .

I l' TOWING Ligueurs I Replacing Northwestern .Why You May Be Suffering I, i

} Desserts In U. S.

New York As American Women, Presented
EL DR.
44444ALL the world's most weight con COHEN
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scious group, turn in ever Fashion Show
J increasing numbers from a ,
: w score of semi-medicinal pre- On November 3, the New Homemakers Regardless of what.your Ailment is called. No matter how long you
: SOUTHERN patations to keep their cur- of America: of Northwestern I have suffered. .Chiropractic care at the Chiropractic Health Clinicmay

I ves intact, the use of cor- High School presentee help you back to health.
l I dials, instead of concentr- to the student body a fashio
MOTOR EXCHANGE ated sweets, is reportedly program entitle Througl The diseases mentioned below are only a few which are caused by vertebrae
LOOK FOR THE CHECKERBOARD" Increasing beyond all former the Looking Glass to Goo I in the spinal column slipping,slightly and causing nerve pressure.

; : A LLE. FLORIDA 14 WEST UNION records. This smooth Grooming' which was primarily L Slight pressure on nerve at this point may copse headache, epilepsy, Insomnia, 1 r
after dinner sip is even concerned with what to wea pain In the neck, nerroosneai, d<-<,,-fc, or emotional disorders.
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t .. being placed on the menu and when.
!56 ++:nmro..w'mxmrsr wyw{.wxymmv.Y.ofVPl ;Fh. x r A':u' A' Y,? 2. A alight supping of a vertebra causing pressure on nerves In this part of the spine 2
cards of some of the nation. The mistress of Ceremonies, can be the cause of throat trouble, bonitU, pain.In the shoulders and arms, and
: most celebrated restaurants, Sandra Narrators; Theadis thyroid disturbances.
according to survey records. Brown and Andrea Martin alon
5. The arrowhead marked No. S locates the part of the spine wherein pressure onnerves 3
The reason for this, experts with a group of most capabl
wU often cause pain between the shoulder blades, muscular ache of the
have pointed out is participants; Ardella Butler, anna and shoulders, hay fever, allergic conditions, and bronchitis.
the fact that ounce for oun- Janet Wilson, Irma Pierce, 4
ce cordials.are lower in Vcnciel Smith, Sandra Smith, &. Nerve Pressure at this point cause chest pains, functional heart disease asthma.
caloric counts than' any other Theodis Brown, Tansy Taylor, difficult breathing and other rang troubles. .

popullir dessert. For instance Rebecca Groans, James Logan,I 8. Stomach and Over troubles, enlargement of the spleen, and a score of other DoeS
while chocolate pud- Wayne Calhoun Bernard Col big frequently are eaaaed by vertebrae slipping and causing nerve pressure In
ding has a caloric count of lins, Theodore Smiley Her this part of the spine, sometimes so light' as to remain unnoticed by others ex-..
200, a colorful creme de men bert Black and James Wood eept the trained Chiropractor. 6 ?
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{I the frappe is only 112; and vividly fulfilled the idea .. Here we find the cause of many. gall bladder problems, disturbances of upper
1 4,..iV;: while a slice of cocoanut of a well-groomed and appropriately bowels, and ahhigtoa.
layer cake increases the cal, dressed students. 7
1 Kidney problems,skin disease, and arthritis are often caused by nerve pressure In
oric count of a meal by 300, SAY YOU SAW IT IbA spinal openings at this point.
an ounce of blackberry bran- IN THE.F'LO13TDA \
I II I dy will add only 92. I STAB, $. Correction of such troubles as lumbago, low back ache, sacro-illac, slipped disc, 8
L. follow abiropraetio adjustments; at this point.
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*. Why have constipation, rectal troubles, sciatica, when Chiropractic adjustments
*' ;: ....:... "SILVER AND GOLD .HAVE'I NONE, BUT SUCH AS I HAVE at this part of the spine may remove the cause? 9
GIVE I THIS"Let
10. A sit slippage of one or both peMe bone will likewise produce sciatica together -
( .j God Help Solve Your Problems with many disturbance of the bladder and reproductive organs and erampsInlegs. I
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PAGF R \ FLORIDA STAR _. .y.._ SATURDAY, NOVFMBER 2g, 196l1;
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Semester S/of Answer You Seek Tko Bert Doctor

Airport Need When Your Doctor Pmoibfe'

1 ', iiMt1 y tC, For Stpf '62 .-11 Get Experienced PhmaidiSa
MIAMI FLA. Private air- To Fill Your Pmcripttowi. .

TALLAHASSEE Florida A&M planes are getting increased __ According. To YOHT Doctor
wind _
from and
r't University begins operationon protection,, thanks to the develop-weather '-t"..".i.!..,.<:.. ;; prd r*. W. Uu OnlyDr.C.E.BUt

a trimester system of ment of a prefabricated. all- Tiw Best Quality Dra* A*
steel hangar. ,
year-round classes in
The new T-Hangar. designedand Proprietor .
September. 1962. The State manufactured by SeaView

Board of Control approved: Industries Inc. of Miami, uti 3 REGISTERED PHARMACISTS TO SERVE YOUiniys .
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the program for the four galvanized steel sheets covered
state with a white baked enamel DRUG STORE
iii :supported Institutions -
for its walls and roof. :
of higher learning at The company says the enamel '
a meeting held recently.The coating results in keeping the .1907 Kings Road ELgfe 3-8276
interior of the hangars as muchas A COMPLETE LINE OF: ,
projected shift is designed 20 degrees cooler than outside Cosmetics Rubber' Goods Candles Sundries
to make room for the as well as presenting an PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED :
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thousands of additional ,
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full,advantage of. the trimester -

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work on their bachelor
AT KANSAS CITY--Five.of the six persons who represented Florida ft & M University at ACltSCfiVIID-1'URlbA: .
the 71st annual meeting of the American Association of Land-Grant, Colleges and State degrees in three years or t The Firms, Listed Below Throughout This Publication Are Recommended
I Universities, which convened in Kansas City Missouri November 12-15 for its 100th instead of the normal four.

anniversary celebration, were, left to right: Dr. Leander J. Shaw dean, graduate The shift is also expected As'Reputable Establishments. Specializing In Services. And Products

school;.. Dr.? .George. W- Gore, Jr.J president:! ; Dr. 'C, A. Ford, head division of home to save the state 1 -'-,.' -

economics; Dr. C* .E. Walker, dean school of agriculture. and home economics; ; and M.S. 'considerable money in HOTELS MOTELS ROOMS
Thomas, director, vocational-technical institute! Dr. Gore is a member of the asso CLOTHING .

I ciation's Committee on Training for Government Service. *Th e -%sixth A & M delegate was buildings. .

Charles: J. Smith, Ill director; of public relations and t.member of the.association's Board members predictedthe i I FIESTA MOTEL

.. Information Committee. \ !; state-supported junior WENDELL'S CLOTHING
CO.
We Cater To Clientele
I. colleges would go on the Discriminating

Top Leaders Principals Hear, Household Hints trimester system by 1963 SPECIALIZING IN MEN'S APPAREL REASONABLE RATES-DA', WEEK or MONTHAll

and the public' high schools Rooms Air-Conditioned with T-V

Seek Clemency State leader For The Autumn would follow In a fe 1279 Kings Rd- EL 45307i No Extra Cost

I For Jailed Men TALLAHASSEE- -Thomas D. House CleanerIn years. The 1961 Florida PRIVATE BATH WITH TUBS & SHOWERS

Bailey, state superintendentof Legislature decreed that //254 Kings Rd.. on U.S. 1 EL 5.0938
ATLANTA An itinerant public instruction for the the course of her fall, the four'state universities FUEL OILS I

State of Florida, advised housecleaning,' many a home- begin year-round operationsby -,
farm worker; charging principals and supervisorswho maker prefers to ignorethe BYRD & SONS BORY'S MOTEL & RESTAURANT
the fall term of 62.
illegal arrest and deten-
attended the
recently family medicine cabinet. The university system .. FUEL OIL & BOTTLE GAS SERVICE Fine Foods
tion for 10 weeks by a Florida a & M Universit With its assortment of Serving -(.Bring Your Bottle)

Georgia sheriff on com- Principals and Supervisors under the new plan will WE SEILI Clean and Repair .XU MAKES OF. This/ Weeks Spee/a// /-'/? Fried Chicken 75c
jars, tubes and bottles .
plaint of a planter, has Conference to prepare now to it's often left have three terms of from OIL and GAS HeATERR' OPEN 24 HOURS DAILY

authorized the NAACP to meet the problems arisingfrom for a 15 to 16 weeks in length 6334 Restlawn Dr. PO 4-9516-7 7904 Kings Rd. PO 5-9R03
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INDEPENDENT OIL CO.
whatever legal steps" may calendar will be Blue Chip & Charlie Ed. Hotels
problem that I want you cabinet is going to be of
be necessary in his case. to prepare for now is whatwe service it should be keptup arranged so that the KEROSENE HOME DELIVERY |512 BROAD ST. 635V' W. ASHLEY '

In an affidavit filed with are gojng to do with the first trimester of each Mechanic On Duty Ni
to date. Old, and un- EL 4.9493 El 4.9105
the NAACP Georgia state students ho fall in the low- year will close immediately

office here Robert Martin er 61) pejrcontile on the state labeled drugs should be prior to Christmas. JAMES FAULKNER, MechanicIKE .. !

test for high school seniors, thrown away, and the JOSEPH, Proprietor
a roving watermelon clipper the revealpd'! .* cabinet kept stocked with Tailored Taste State and Jefferson Sts. EL 6-9432 JOHNNIE'S ROOMING HOUSEALL
from Naples, Fla. swears tha Simple chemical compounds*
out
fresh
The speal.er .pointed supplies. MODERN CONVENIENCES' '
that reproduce tempting meat
that, following refusal the junior colleges can sc- bottle FUNERAL HOMES
DON'T keep a flavors were reported recentlyto Week
Rooms by Day, Night or
to continue working for home, or"
a at
reeri them out around with the lable mis- the American Chemical So-
farmer who had cheated him 'the.v can be places in vocational << ciety. Future steaks and chops Andrew J. Huff Funeral Home JK27 West Ashley St. EL 5-4025
sing.
will "agreewith may be flavor-controlled.
he was arrested and imprisoned schools. 'I .
whatever is done as long And remember these three 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE
on Aug. 13 by
as we provide something for safety rules: 1) Follow Wrong AnswersA Mary L. Breaker, Mgr. BARBER and BEAUTY SHOPS
British pathologist Dr. R.
Sheriff Hiram E. Cook If
these students,' he stated. dosages exactly 2)'Keep A. Willis,, says "More diagnostic 1337 Davis Street EL 4-6896 or EL 4-689; f
Henry County. Although no Supt. Bailey spoke'on Our medicine away from children mistakes have been madein .. = i I 1 O'Neal's Beauty Salon
charge was ever lodged Responsibility in Executing. lung cancer than in any -
against him, he was not the 1961 Legislation affecting 3) Don't take medicines in other" kind of malignant dis Carter's Funeral Home i j Specialist In Hair Setting-

released until Oct. 2t). :education': to nearly 300 the dark. _u_'_ ease. ;., 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE ]I Styling Cutting Waving Tinting

educator; who attended the FOR APPOINTMENTS CAll
Sammie L. Davis L.F.D.; Manager
conference.; Mrs. Inez O'Neal, Operator
J .. 929 West Beaver Street EL 4-0545. or EL 4-0546
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L ; GROCERIES STYLIST BEAUTY SALON

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1 1'l ftyotf Fancy Citrus Boxes .

Bonded and Licensed Shippers RESTAURANTFOODS

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951 West Ddvis Street EL 3-9268, i 824 W. Beaver EL 4-9583
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IVORY'S BARBECUE
DRUG STORES-
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4- STEAKS, CHICKEN
COSMETICS RUBBER GOODS : '
702 W. Ashley EL 49123MOM'S

CANDIES SUNDRIES I- .
MAKES 'SKIN BLEACHES
Prescriptions; Coiled for and Delivered KITCHENOPEN
24 HOURS 7 DAYS A WEEK
"OLD FASHI'ONED"Manufadur EL 5-8276
1907 Kings Rd.
A COMPLETE DINNER FROM SOt UP

Mr. Louis Ford Mgr.

"1/nt0,,, .MER VON'S PHARMACY 1285 Kings Rd. EL 4-9321 ?Reb..>EL 54220'John
ST. PETERSBURG Reviewing plans for Gibbs Junior .

College's new building program are: from left., JamesA. Free Pick Up and Delivery Service .. Place

.. 6yhrero. dark ipo s Barnes assist. supt. for new construction, Pinellas For All Your: Drug Store Needs. Springleton's ,

perfect base powder 011 County School, I., Whitney Dalzell Jr. architect;, and I. D. HARRIS, RPH., Prop. SPECIALIZING IN FRIED CHICKENand

1 t 11 Dr. John Rembert president of Gibbs JC. ALL .TYPES OF SEA FOODS
8:00 to 11:00 pm.7 Days a week
a.m. '
Open
The program, costing $306,000, will increase the valueof 2619 KING AVE: FL 9.9295

the new structures_ on the campus to more than' one 2735 W. Edgewood Ave.

million dollars. Phones PO 5-1582-PO 5-9267 ROYAL ART STUDIO

irs of Posner's Btrgamot/'Tht Jar with the Slv" (Photo by Ballard)
TELEPHONE
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f of the benefit of Jacksonville Ceach ; ''' '> ''; She SUNDRIES FOUNTAIN SERVICE
savings riding a regularly. ; .." s-" Service Every Thursday pjn.
By riding Jacksonville Coach eliminate the highcoats. ',! ,. .. ;r ,: .. NOTIONS GIFTSLUNCHES
_ t a regularly, yeti : ::: : -' 432 W. UNION ST. EL 4-0269
You pay a relatively inexpensive fare, and 'ye* rife safely a4 'J' -'r-. ; ,.' : PATENT MEDICINES "
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- comfortably te your tle tiaa lIL The sayings .ttlie end el the year.i'; ; :> f <;., '<24511-.Moncrief.. Cor. Etch Dam EL 4-o531 a PO 5-9561 CHERRY'S BAR

will IT to .. :
.. amaze 1". $240. ; $.!,".' f-" .-fo.<,QL"'I-;. & Cocktail'Lounge
': > ", Try saving the Jacksonville Cock "flY1; ., ..:', \- ::*--J.?'"> ?
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FAMU Sets New Prefab Hangars WHEN YOU ABE'ILL

11 Semester S/ato Answer You Seek Tk Beat Doctor
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Airport Need -t I Wt.n Your Doctor Prttolbci
For Sept '62 Get Experienced Pkeaad

; J MIAMI. FLA. Private air- LP -' To Fill Year Pmeripike .
tI TALLAHASSEE Florida A&M planes are getting increased ," J According To Your Doetertprdtrs. I
I T protection from wind and weather ..._
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University begins operationon ,. thanks to the develop- -.f: ..' W. UM Omly ,
ment of "; th Be*' Quality DnI- .AiProprjpior
f I year-round a trimester classes system of in steel hangar a prefabricated' all- Dr. C. E. B1asY

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The new T-Hangar. designedand
September 1962. The State manufactured by SeaView

I Ii Board of Control approved: Industries lizes strong, Inc.corrosion of Miami resistant, uti- :3 REGISTERED. I PHARMACISTS TO, SERVE 70IILILLY'S .

i the program for the four galvanized steel sheets covered
state with a'white baked enamel, DRUG STORE
supported institu-
1 : for its walls and roof. :
tions of higher learning ata .
i The company says the enamel
'n 1907 Kings Road ELgln 3-8276
coating results in keeping the
meeting held ,
i ItI y rL recently.The
interior of the hangars as muchas A COMPLETE LINE OF: ,I
.- : projected shift is designed 20 degrees cooler than out- Cosmetics Rubber Goods Candies Sundries
to make room for the side, as well as presenting an PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVEREDBUSINESS
.extremely attractive appear-
11I. _:I 11- thousands of additional ance. .1
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full,advantagee. of. the tri- ,
; 1 : '+r mester plan can complete DIRECTORY

work their bachelor
AT KANSAS CITY--Fiveof% the six persons who represented Florida R & M University at on AcmrmaxFURlDAI -

the 71st annual meeting of the American Association of Land-Grant Colleges and State degrees in three years or I The FirmsLfisted, Below and Throughout This Publication Are Recommended
I Universities, which convened in Kansas. City Missouri November 12-15 for its 100th instead of the normal four.

anniversary celebration, were, left to right: Dr. Leander' J. Shaw, dean, graduate The shift is also expected Reputable.. Establishments. Specializing In Services. And Products

school;.. Dr.. George- Gore: .. .Jr.., president; Dr. 'C. A. Ford, head division of home to save the state ---..' -

economics; Dr. C, E. Walker, dear school of agriculture and home economics and M.S. I considerable money in HOTELS MOTELS ROOMSMOTEL
Thomas, director, vocational-technical institute! Dr. Gore is a member of the asso CLOTHING
I ciation's Committee on Training for Government Service. -The'':sixth A & M delegate was buildings. .
Board members predictedthe ,
Charles J. Smith 111, director: of public relations and a member of the.association s I FIESTA .
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Information. Committee. \ state-supported junior
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J' WENDELL'S CLOTHING
f '" colleges would go on the CO. We Cater To Discriminating Clientele

Top Leaders Principals. Hear, Household Hints trimester system by 1963 SPECIALIZING IN MEN'S APPAREL REASONABLE RATES-DAN, WEEK or MONTHAll
I schools : Air-Conditioned with T-V
and the public high Rooms

Seek Clemency State Leader ; for The Autumn would follow In a few 1279 Kings Rd- EL 4-5307 No Extra Cost

t For Jailed Men TTALLAHASSEE- -Thomas D. House CleanerIn years. The 1961 Florida PRIVATE BATH WITH TUBS & SHOWERS

Bailey, state superintendentof Legislature decreed that fe54 Kings Rd. on U.S. 1 EL 50938lORY'S -
the course of her fall,. FUEL OILS '
ATLANTA An itinerant public instruction for the the four state universities
State of Florida, advised housecleaning,' many a home- begin year-round operationsby
farm worker; chargin BYRD' & SONS' MOTEL &
principals and supervisorswho maker prefers to ignorethe RESTAURANT
the fall term of 62.
arrest and deten-
,illegal
recently attended the
tion ,for 10 weeks by a Florida a & M Universit family medicine cabinet. The university system FUEL OIL & BOTTLE GAS SERVICE Serving Fine Foods-(.Bring Your Bottle)

Georgia sheriff on com- Principal!? and Supervisors With its assortment of under the new plan will WE SELL{f Clean and Repair .ALL MAKES. OF.. This Weeks Spec/a// /-'/* Fried Chicken 75c
jars, tubes and bottles ,
,
plaint of a planter., has Conference to prepare now to it's often left have three terms of from OIL and GAS HJJATERR OPEN 24 HOURS DAILY

authorized the NAACP to meet the problems arisingfrom for a 15 to 16 weeks in length 6334 Restlawn Dr. PO 4-9516-7 7904 Kings Rd. PO 5-9503
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the high admission poli- rainy day.However \ ,, ..
retain counsel "to take each year. The institu- -.. -
cies of thn state universities if the medicine INDEPENDENT OIL CO.
whatever tional calendar will be Blue Chip & Charlie Ed. Hotels
legal steps"
maybe The problem that I want you cabinet is going to be of

t necessary in his case. to prepare for now is whatwe service, it should be keptup arranged so that the KEROSENE HOME- DELIVERY : 512 BROAD ST. 635'// W. ASHLEYEL
In an affidavit filed with are going to do with the first trimester of each Mechanic On Duty !
to date. Old, and un- 4.9493 EL 4.9105
the NAACP Georgia stat students 10 fall in the low- year will close immediately

office here Robert Martin er 60 pe rc/antile/ on the stat labeled drugs should be prior to Christmas. JAMES FAULKNER, MechanicIKE ; .' !

test for high school seniors, thrown away, and the JOSEPH, Proprietor
a roving watermelon clipper he reveali d-.* cabinet kept stocked with Tailored Taste State and Jefferson Sts. EL 6.9432 I, JOHNNIE'S ROOMING HOUSEALL
from Naples. Fla. swears speai.er out that Simple chemical compounds.
The .pointed fresh supplies. {
MODERN CONVENIENCES'
that reproduce tempting meat
that, following refusal the junior colleges can sc-' DON'T keep a bottle flavors were reported recentlyto .FUNERAL HOMES I Rooms by Day Night i or Week
to continue working for a reeri them out at home, or around with the lable mis- the American Chemical So- I
farmer who had cheated him, 'the can be places in vocational ciety. Future steaks and chops Andrew J. Huff Funeral Home 27 West Ashley St. EL 5-4025
will "agreeirith sing. may be flavor-controlled. I
he was arrested and imprisoned schools. 'I .
whatever is done as long And remember these three 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE
on Aug. 13 by Wrong AnswersA
as we provide something for safety rules: 1) Follow Mary L. Breaker, Mgr. BARBER and BEAUTY SHOPSO'Neal's
British pathologist, Dr. R.
Sheriff Hiram E. Cook of
these students stated. dosages exactly--2) Keep A. Willis, says "More diagnostic 1337 Davis Street EL 4- 896 or EL 4-689,
Henry County. Although no Supt. Bailey spoke'on Our medicine away from children mistakes have been madein .. ( Beauty Salon
charge was ever lodged Responsibility in Executingthe lung cancer than in any -or
affect- 3) Don't take medicines in other kind of malignant dis Carter's Funeral Home i Specialist In Hair Setting-
against him, he was not 1961 Legislation ease." I Il
released until Oct. 20. ing ;Education to nearly 300 the dark. _u_'_ : 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE It l Styling Cutting Waving TintingFOR
educators who attended theconference. APPOINTMENTS CALL
Sammie L. Davis, L.F.D.; Manager ,
Mrs. Inez O'Neal, Operator
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Street EL 4-0545 or EL 4-0546
t 929 West Beaver
i. ..... 1 4. I 1602 W. 15th, St. EL 6.2945

GROCERIES STYLIST BEAUTY SALON L
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d ,4 3t JENNINGS MARKET HAIR STYLING-SCALP TREATMENT-CUTTING

new' its t 1346 DAVIS EL 4.9911 ,
: Groceries and Meats
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Mrs. Christine Brown

!ry __ Fancy Citrus Boxes : .
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Perasfortl'wse/ r Bonded and Licensed Shippers ; RESTAURANTS FOODS

1767 Kings Rd. EL 5-4278
Bu bba's Coffee
wc I Shop
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!who think young t. j ..w' .4 -a rugs- ... ndri s : HOME COOKED FOODS

L : Mrs. Daisy Ford, Prop.
K Inc.
Jerico Pharmacy
OPEN 24 HOURS

We Fill Any Doctor's Prescription 617 West Ashley Street EL 4.9701

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k On PrescriptionPHARMACIST
ON DUTY SOUTHERN HOME COOKING
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1 Hours 8.-00 a.m. to 10:00.p.m.. Daily ; STEAKS, CHOPS & SEAFOODS

951 West Ddvis Street EL 3-9268, '! 824'W. Beaver EL 4-9583
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r LILL Y'S DRUG STORES '
r & RESTAURANT, .
A Complete Line of., ,
STEAKS, CHOPS CHICKEN, SEAFOODS

COSMETICS RUBBER GOODS :702, W. Ashley EL 4.9123MOM'S

CANDIES SUNDRIES -1-' _- .-' .
MAKES14I'SKIN
BLEACHES I
Prescrfp/fons; Called for and Delivered KITCHENOPEN
24 HOURS 7 DAYS A WEEK
"OLD FASHI'ONED"Manufadur
EL 5-8276
Rd.
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jj'r.. Mr. Louis Ford Mgr.

!fltnt. ,dU1 j :.MER VON'S PHARMACY 1285 Kings Rd. EL 4-9321 lIe&.;EL 5.4220SPrin9leton's
ST. PETERSBURG Reviewing plans for Gibbs Junior'College's .

new building program are: from left JamesA. Free Pick Up and Delivery Service > '
Place
John
Lgluem, dark spo spsrac'i Barnes, assist. supt. for new construction, Pinellas For All Your Drug Store Needs ,

bast powdar County School I., Whitney Dalzell Jr. architect; and I. D. HARRIS, RPH., Prop. SPECIALIZING IN FRIED CHICKENand

,Sk1mtonI Dr. John Rembert president of Gibbs JC. ALL .TYPES OF SEA FOODS
11:00 Days a week .
8:00 to p.m.--7
Open a.m.
The program, costing $306,000, will increase the valueof 2619 KING AVE FL 9.9295

the new structures on the campus to more than: one 2735 W. Edgewood Ave. ,.

I million dollars. Phones PO 5-1582-PO 5-9267 ROYAL ART STUDIO
irs of PoW!'s Bergamot/The Jar with tht Star" (Photo by Ballard) .
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TRY SON ;r All Leading Hair Preparations.- MISCELLANEOUS

SAVING THE J,.C ; s s : h ,,COR.BROAD & ASHLEY EL 4-2159
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,} More\ and more people in and around Jacksonville fare taking advantage t : :;,; t.. ", SPIRITUAL ADVISOR

1 y3 r of the savings benefit of riding a Jacksonville Coach regularly. : .I. ,:,'***w r-r>.'- : .j' SUNDRIES FOUNTAIN SERVICE Service Every Thursday p.m.

By riding a Jacksonville Coach regularly eliminate the high ",'r.* ';.', NOTIONS GIFTS LUNCHES
you ti 432 W. UNION ST. EL 4.0269
costs. You pay a relatively inexpensive fare, and. you ride safely and i, '. fi:, ,:; PATENT MEDICINES ..

'ii. comfortably to your destination. The savings at the end of the year ',' ,'. '. 1- Cor..Moncritf 8th Davis EL 4-4531' CHERRY'S BAR
26rls'& PO 5.9561 }
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will amaze you. Up'to$240. .- :.- { & Cocktail
saving the Jacksonville Coach Lounge
Try way today ..' PATRONIZE
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Ii Sports Cummunity Mourns Emmett (Chip) Reed's :Passing I





Popular Recreation Leader

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.r kI Created Top-Level ProgramsBy i C.t .


C. Parham JohnsonThe


whistle hushed the clock watch stopped, lights were F

out gates were closed the game was over "Chip" Reed

,. the familiar figure at the playground, football fields t

;: basketball courts;. tennis courts and the schools had p

gone *

Tired, worn and weary, and
game. The scores might be
in the need of sleep, larger, but the winning

"Chip" closed his eyes isn't the victory. Learningto

f to a peaceful slumber play the game fairly :

Wednesday morning N6v. 15th and squarely on the play'

-/ after more than 30 years ground fits one to play it
i of service with the Jack-
safe in the game of life.

: sonville Recreation-. '-_-.Depart-' The game of life stilled

ment. I. with players who will spike -4:,
\3iip" started his career
runners with cold steel of
with the Recreation Department SS
bitterness and slug with "
at an early age under :
I wild rumors, which'are con-
the direction of Mrs. 1
trary to the rules of 5'
y Florida Dwight. He stayed 3 :
decency, honesty and fair .
with the department and
elevated to, Junior play-was play."Chip". I -: 4ik; '1 ? 7miJ; '::

taught that the '
ground director. After a i:4: i
} pitchers, of selfishness,
period of time he was ele- r
hate, envy, strife and un- -
vated to Senior playground

director and on June 15, sportsman like attitudes 'S !h
: L $I
are always trying to dust
1931, he started a full 'S .
F} : +E VN .
S + : the batter off at the plate f
time career as an employeeof A
: I and use unfair means to
the Recreation Department N
gain a victory. The .. N r
"With malice toward none \' .... -,
thousands of his acquain- '_" .l.:... 4 -
and good will toward .all,"
t .be was a familiar character tances will mourn his Nassau Rest For Yankee Champ--Yankee baseball catcher
passing but in their Elston- Howard and his attractive wife relax in the gar-
; with the youth and adultsin hearts he will live for- dens of the British Colonial Hotel Nassau, Bahamas,

the city. One of the ever. If he had enemies, ,where they were guests for one week. Mr. Howard was tak-
k major principles instilled ing a well earned holiday after the Yankees beat Cincin-
W' they will be afraid to
M: within the youth on the playgrounds nati Reds in the World Series During the 2061 season

was, 'honesty and raise their heads among the Catcher Howard batted .348, to finish second to Norm Cash

..wN fair youth and adults.So Detroit, American League champion.. The Yankee star registered -
play. He was co-
well did he do his 155 hits with 21 home runs.
founder of the Eureka-
job. he was scheduled to be
Lavilla Tennis club. It was WATCH -THIS CLOWN
awarded the
a plaque by
there where
he trained and
teachers and coaches of
and started many tennis I1i'HrIImuronc 4-62-81
c
the Duval County School
aspirants toward their goal.
328-30-287
Sustem for his unselfish
Several times he attended .
devotion to duty, but the
national
tennis
conventionson
i
last whistle blew, the 1 5
in several sections of
stop watch stopped, the 8 5
the country.As CowiMlor
lights went out and the oid Equity Uf Evonfton, in ..
8
a member of the Duval pr % 3
game was ended for dear old"Chip"
: : County Game Officials An appliance without warranty,
and he never received 43 80 06
and dealer
Archer-Marshall Trophy To Morehouse--The Maroon Tigers of Morehouse College were the Association, he was often his award. servicing backing can
winners of The Archer-Marshall Trophy resulting from the Atlanta institution's 14-6 defeat 'seen attired in his white be a poor bargain. If you buy 179-10-884
Authorities at the Jack- carelessly I destroy instruction
of Howard University in Washington. D. C. last weekend. Above Morehouse Captain and stripped shirt uniform
John Smith, left Atlanta, admires trophy being held, from left, by Dr. Frank Forbes, refereeing a football sonville Recreation Depart- books and experiment, you may Sometimes h.'. vp
Morehouse athletic director Moss H. Kendrix Jr. The Coca-Cola Company and Coach gameor ment said they could be eventually waste more of yourfamily's Sematimas ha'i dew
a basketball game. He finances than you will H. adds, subtracts
Robert White, Howard University. The alumni-sponsored trophy honors the memories of was often quoted in saying that H* works It all]( around..
the late Dr. Samuel H. Archer and Dr. Ernest J. Marshall, who were contemporary foot- seen on 'the ten- 'Chip" was one of the save.Look about for the best THIS CLOWNIS
.ball coaches at Morehouse and Howard, respectively, during the first quarter of the nis court instructing. some most highly appliance -
respected values:; Match the purchaseto WATCHING
i century. Dr. Archer later became president of Morehouse while Drl Marshall enteredthe beginner in the fundamentalsof
members of the Recreation your current needs.
medical field and was a successful physician at Kansas City for three decades. the game. His familiar _32-68-5
Player-of-the-game awards in the form of Bulova watches were received by Howard' s station wagon 'was alwaysseen Staff. He rendered a :. -- '-,4..-.-_
E'llsworth Wiggins, right lower photo, and Morehouse' Islii: Coates, 2nd from left, who valuable service and he
earned the honors by the selection of the opposing teams. At extreme left is Freeman parked at some schools'or will be missed. PHOTOGRAPHS FOR

Bussey president of the Washington D. C. Morehouse College Alumni Club, with Mr. at some playground. The one great question

Smith and Mr. Kendrix. flanking football trophy, left and right. Bottlers f9r Coca- 'Chip' taught that now is, upon whose shoulder EVERY OCCASION

Cola at Washington D. C. and Atlanta Ga. annually underwrite the trophies and play- cheating, swindling .and will "Chip Reed's mantle
ers awards for the inter-city classic. Howard is a two time winner of the trophy--19$9 '\f
have
stealing never won aIn fall ? Expert Photography
and 1960. Ceremonies were held at. the Presidential Arms in downtown Washington. e f., Portraits Weddings Banquets

You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get Passport & Identification Phoioc>>
I Wilcox/ "
Silver Gloves Tourney Tony : lr' Photostats & Commercial Work

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LOW PRICESOn -' w" 'l Makes Good 4:1 While You Walt
i. ,:' ., 1; iI j Coloring & Picture Framing..
: __ Let Us Tab A Photo Of You
I CHICAGO Ill.---Tall Tony
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Your Wilcox has the distinction .
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fi. -- ,.?vw 'AMrH- In Natural Color -
of being of the
one AVERY

DRUG STORE NEEDS b few basketball players to AVERY'S PHOTO STUDIO

jump from a college quintet

Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store i and win a berth on the 1674 King* Rd.- Next to EWC Library

WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADVERTISEDIN famous Harlem Globetrotters Pkone EL 4-7895 For Appolntmeate

2: ,r aggregation.Two .
YOUR LOCAL PAPERS years ago the nimble, -- --

ROOSEVELT SALTERS, hard hitting ISO-pounder, and Dan Wa- well-proportioned six/ foot-
den 164. both from the strong Donaldson Air Force Base
eight inch ball hawk bid
WOOD DIllE PHARMACY S.C. Team will show here during the Jacksonville Recrea- to
tion Department's annual Silver Gloves Boxing tournament goodbye Wittenberg

130 KINGS ROAD at MYRTLE' AVENUE scheduled Monday through Wednesday, Nov. 27, 27, 29 at University at Springefield

t PHONES EL.s.asn.8a the Main and Beaver Streets Arena... Both fighters arill' 0. where he had starredin Which word is older
I appear in the Open Division. Entiries are now being r accepted track and basketball, ,
CVo,Deliver We Also FlU AH Doctor' Prescriptions, at the Jax, Recreation Dept., 1245 East Adams. Por. and joined the fabulous

PAY YOUR.LIGHT, WATER AND TELE- all information, call ELgin 4-5674. Trotters as a raw rookie. Gin or

... .(penal dson Air...Force Base Phbttos, ) His ability to snatch

PHONE BILLS AT OUR STORE off the backboards, and Gordon'sILONDOHDRYU? .

Playmobile, With Latest Action consistently good shooting,
won him a place on the .4
Here For Christmas
Equipment team. Now in his second

year, the towering youngster -

/ ': who first won athletic '\.
: .S1
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F fame at Cleveland's East

j ,.- Tech High School is
: .. :" "' .w'.f < 4ttJ. extremely -
1c,, .
_j : proud of the fact

; .. > > that he never had to be
farmed out. ) 6RHs S. ,

"It's like a guy jumping

from college to big league .

baseball, Tony said the D- IS7TiiEc:

Ax other day as he preparedto /

W accompany the Trotterson

a whirlwind tour which

LEARN F includes a stop ,in his

home town of Cleveland. .

; r F itj When you make a team
The Latest Scientific ;: w. -L
like the Trotters without

METHODS t first being farmed out for Cain is years older, but sinceC'ordon's

rOf .. experience, it's hard to
i ... was introducedin
Children who are fascinated by the mechanics of driving: a believe. Here I playing
\ Bartering car now have a chance to take the wheel of an "automobile" with the great players
y engineered especially for them. I read England in 1769, it has been
De Luxe Playmobile.. to the delight "of both boys and girls ve about for years
FLASBARBERCOLLEGE duplicates the dashboard- Designed for action this new Meadowlark Lemon, 'Clarence the world's word
windshield area of the family toy is packed with a complete Wrison. Bobby Milton, for gin.
StreetAt auto. It is the result of a new' array of automatic gadgets that
630 Davis approach to toy design which work on flashlight batteries. Murphy Summons and all the OfST&UO LOCO OH COL 1001 ttOTUl SmiTI QUTUU RCtf QUO.SO PIOOF.coowrj .
Beaver G. I. Approved employs, painstaking researchto The windshield wipers bring others. Sometimes I have MY en co.LTLU I.LttOOOCTOn.U
of
assure an amazing degree exclamations of glee as they
realism. So authentic is the detailing sweep back and forth at the to pinch myself to make
that photographs give flick of a switch. When the
JOOperCHIConditon.J. the illusion of an actual auto- ignition key is turned a sure it isn't all a .i
I mobile rather than a toy. battery-operated electric mot.9r. dream *



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500 Hcrmpfoniaftfe *

t Center Attend N. Game 'TOOTHACHE= Evangelist 1

Hampton Va., Homecoming at Don't suffer needlessly. Get speedy a-
Institute was Mark- lief from! throbbing.'pain of toothache MotherDevineV
Hampton with fiffctctmt ORA-JEk:Pain
Myrtle. Ave.'ia'ndi. Adorns Phone EL 44468 ed by the return of appro- Y goes In seconds Guaranteed.
.1 x er backAII drug Stores.n
-- -- money
: .... ximately 500 alumni from 16 .. : ----
t .kb btu luau eels alto IT
.C".TF I 5 H. .t.k" thla.leef to LLI 49c states and the District of ::1, God Sent Healer and Advisor

C GENUINE FLORIDA LOBSTERS -rH1 IcCOY" Lb. 58. Columbia to the Campus who flocked for one back of All Prayers V and Healings_Free

SPECKLED TROUT ALSO u.' 55c their beggest homecoming 1011. y Are You Suffering; -Sick-Need Advice. .
celebrations Nov.
Hip Flop
CENUINI The crowning of Miss Hampton aa
STEAK 59C FLOUNDERS .... 39 '. Miss Melba Odom a HAMPTONI"OUSE' V That your eyes see. your heart must believe and then

FISH U.OceanvfewSPOTSiJS'. RED CHANNEL on senior Friday from evening.Smithfield, Va., II'rluas your heart will convince you that this is the religious
'
leader you have been looking for. There is no pity for
SOCIAL unIf" IIIKNIGHTXIUB }(TlI
BASS Lb.. 39c .............r.. .Dancing and; ,those, who are suffering and do: not come to be helped.One .
3-5 U. Arc. Entertainment Swimming visit to this religious healer will convince
WILLIAM K. YOUNG Pool and Patio AH Rooms
ST. AUGUSTINE ClassifiedJACKSONVILLE .HELD IN CUSTODYA with Private Tile Bath.CofUo 'you that she is God's Messenger on earth. Mother DeOvine'has
45 Shop and Rttlouranr Con received statue of Saint Theresa
BREADED SHRIMP 2 just a
2* u. ,It,. pr. FLORIDAJolnnie's 23-year-old man was Vfld Oft Hog FREI PARKING
.. ., arrested last Mondayand MIAMI FLA from Montreal Canada. Ton oust touch the statue to be
C2IIt N.W.Mils AVI. ,
npec'i"l 'Now'' charged with assa- 100%Ai CaMi...... healed.
20-24- Hotel .
jSizes E.rk. tun*Cw*"-. tfntf
ult to murder in an attack .
till Xmas ..!26 inr.h All-Modern Conveniences on a white youthon rife for 4w.I- e tt She'll tell your Past Present Future Love, Courtship
e Lightweightspeed North Canal Street Lucky Numbers Lucky Days.MOTHER DEVINE guaranteesto
and .Rooms. *By. ... Day Nite or Week last ,Sunday, police re- TO Help I

middleweightdurability Call HI 6-7596. 741K. West ported. : -Located on the Southside on Old St. Augustine Road.
HAMPTON
HOUSE
t Ashley Street. Held in city jail is .Take Bus No. 37 to 4431 Old $t. Augustine Road./
.Chrome trim! William Kenneth Young, DEPT." 2
of 1404 Powhattan st- 4200 N. W. 27th AVE. BRING THIS ADV. AND RECEIVE READING FOR ,$1.00
; .. Boy'ser tots For. ,. Sale reet. MIAMI, FLORIDA '. -
The victim. Walter -
Girl'sUnwroy'Now !;Pretty Lot 2577 Orion St. OPEN 7 DAYS .ALL DAY SUNDAYS
Sullivan 18, of 2216W.
:Will build ; BE SURE TO SEE : )
new 3-Bd. Rm.' 'is
'x' \ Home $300 dn. or sell Lot being. 16th treated Street at St.now SWINGING AFFAIRS ..
: : H ?:L ',['$ Terms if you like.' Luke's Hospital. His :: OF 1961 CareerTrainingAn

; !Cad Er 4-1208_ condition satisfactory was reportedas this ALSO I I.Institute

OMES1OR SALE week. THE FAMFDMYRTLE .
-SI Holds! i. detdctiveSgts. V
',1 Homicide
JONES TRIO
:Large Home 810 E. Beave Ray Matthews and ,
'St. This Home being sold t('! J. L. Jordan said Young you Qualified: For ,

.28 settle an Estate.A admitted striking Sul- A Better Job I. /
livan in the face witha -. .
Real Buy I heavy lug wrench dur- -E--N';J-OY XAV '
; M& rVREAL' ESTATE' INC ing an argument. IN COMPtJ: tr1 i' ;Do You Want Job''t.
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.prices. Free estimates on
-- Call EL 4-5841 Custom Made Drapes ., Weeks

SURPLUS GOODS .COMPANY WANTED-= '"You've Tried Others -'. ,
HELP-- MALE- i I Now Try Us" 'f. .
ARMY-NAVY GOODS STORE MEN Assemble and Distributein I Call 1-3-3878 For.Appointment

FLORIDA'S OLDEST SURPLUS STORE home spare time new inven- Edward & Randolph Inc .

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TOYS MTABUSNKD 11* tion of ten uses. Write ,
SURPLUS OOODB TARPAULINS HARDWARE CLOTHINO SHOES Northside Recreation Inc. 1757 W. 8th, St. EL 4-2524 To D/ICUSI

427 WEST ADAMS STREET TCLCPHONE: EL 6-O241 Box 918. Brooksville, Fla. ,,
10135 B-cfc-BW. Ph. RA 4-5750 6.0242 -
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-"CKIONVILLE 11. FLORIDA WANTED i I '" I

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BeautY'''Operators & Barbers; THE NEWPREMIER

are wanted to New Hollywood -

Beauty Lounge 622 W. .
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RAND OPE'N.INGPREMIER Ashley St. Call EL 4-9774.' e iiI
{(Mr. porter ; EL 3-3245 Mr.I. .

.. ,S. Anderson. ; I

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*" ". HELP WANTED
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Beaver St. High-Class private sleepin -' V
jobs now waiting in N. -

DISCOUNT CENTERG. maids Y. City; housekeepers or Long Island and for H Discount StoreLocated

cooks with references
S. COREY'SVariety eekly salary to $50 and; ,
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Write V
up. :

Discount Store .Westbury.Domestic.L'Box I.,444 N. Y. '." ; :',.>.. 50 Yards West\0 of Farmer's Market ,-
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Ladies -'" .
Limit-2 r.*
SundayHflMflU '

Pants 98cReg. Thru. at. ', i:" NOW. OPEN FOR BUSINESS

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.10C : '
ADULTS ONLY'UNCOMMONLY '
/ 1324 W. Beaver fit
WHILE THEY LAST BOLDN. -

Y. TIMES 1 These. Prices Good Tues. Nov. 21st thru Sunday, Nov. 26 .

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BOB-B ,PINS Rubber Tips
Fresh FrozenARMOUR'S
SAFETY PINS Florida Grade 'A' #'
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the GRADE A }" ."' .

.COMBS-l0in. 5 f truth 1J t TURKEYS 2 9 A :. : BAKING HENS 29t ,


BALL POINT PENS Plus Q-Hit l lb.._

B uEtaLo HtfDKIKKIKlUf 14 !ib.-18 lb. AVG. lb. .
REG. PRICE 59c: N '. ' ,
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.'' TOYSlOc "' FRESH -_ Hickory CuredSMOKED -V' V

\' ., hoSES PORK :: ... '
: 1\ 45. 3' .8 ,
', 1 ....E. r HAM HAM V V' ,

-.. ROOSEVELT Sunday .. < -,
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thru Tues. lb. .
-- lb. _
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2 HORROR HITS !1i .. SHANK 4 ?-:\
.. #. V OR WHOLE :: : '
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Boys NE Wilson's Grade 'A' .", SPARERIBS ; i. .
,. 100% STRETCH rDEVlt's HM4U 25oIb. ', :

NYLON DUCKS s : V .'.; >../

430 ..... .:!' .... .
sun ""
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SOCKS SKYVIEW Nite .' .:.', ,
S1.088 .. "
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Thru Tues...,' r ." :-;-,<_. ';.<
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4 PAIRS .
$1.00 '" .
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.While They Last Reg. 79c Price .
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USE OUR CHRISTMAS IIWI g r1ulllw IYII/ RBit6E GRAND OPENING CELEBRATION : -

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IAY-A-PLAN "d Audie Murphy in I Week of Nov. 28th thru Dee. 2nd .': F .
"BATTLE AT BLOODT BEACH"
win_ $305 Cash Ik>D: Nit


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