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Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
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Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: November 23, 1963
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What's Happening In The AME Church. Oust Ball Movement r Wi ? .



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Attorneys Appointed VOL 13-NO. 34 SATURDAY NOVEMBER 23, 1963 15 Cl : 1

Assistants On Duval Staffs Say Jax Minister



-Florida Duval County Breakthrough set a_statewide precedent here Took $2,300 Out TRIALSET FOR NEGRO, tt\, ;


last week when two Negro attorneys were appointed

assistants to the County Solicitor'sand _
Bank
Public Defender's staffs, respectively, IllegallyPastor

the impressive swearing in taking place in IN KKK BEATING
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Circuit Court Friday morning Nov. 15.Atty. RUM Out Of Pulpit -

Alfred R. Taylor ** ** *** **. ..* *

ns;)Sworn in as third assistant stltute and for a fifteen After Icing BarredThe
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county solicitorto year period, served as a NAACP Leader Compa.
: Solicitor Edward M. high school long expected revolt against Bishop ,
principal in Bank Freezes May Spurn
' Booth's staff and William F. Ball and-the payment, of budget '
Atty. Mississippi and Florida, .. Slated For Court Hearings
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Leaader money in excess of actual church
J. Shaw Jr. became member-
Offer
an assistant to Public ship flared up in Jacksonville this week Church FundsWhat SaysBuilder ST. AUGUSTINE Two of the four local Negroeswho

Defender T. Edward to a point where an AME minister was run were beaten at a klan rally here last Sept. .

Austin Jr. out of the church followed by the swear will be the outcomeof were scheduled to go on trial in Justice of Peeee

The appointees are well- ing out. of warrants for two church of- the Jacksonville St. ORLANDO A local home Marvin Grier's court Thursday--when toe STAR wrest

known in local legal cir- ficials and the possibility of criminal Paul situation in which construction firm which to press--and another member of the group tea ;

cles. Taylor received his charges being brought against the minis-- the pastor instructed the was suspended by the VA docketed for trial Frlda 1. .

law degree in 1950 from ter and others for illegally drawing Barnett National Bank to after it was found to have Earlier this week, James klansmen who took the

the University of Southern -' money out of the church's bank account. change the authorizedcheck discriminated against a Howser another member of four to the rally where

California. He is a Last Sunday morning ... signers and withdrew Negro buyer, has been the beaten foursome had they were severely beaUa.

graduate of Tuskegee In- pandemonium broke loose ton. $2.300 to meet his budget reinstated by the authority assault charges dismissed Hay ling will be CMIt-

In Jacksonville's St. At a hastily called money payment is anybody but the builder, against him in Justice with assault with a deadly

Paul AME Church and police meeting the officers guess. stated Wednesday, "I One? s court Wednesdaywhen weapon, while his twe remaining
, At the moment it
seems as
were called in to of the church voted. to don't know whether we will two Jax klansmen companions will
though the bank is in the
quell the disturbance reapply for VA and FHA Clarence Wilson and face assault sad battery
v.---- middle, being the victimof
4Y which resulted when Rev. financing." Lawrence Bessentthecomplaintantsfailed charges.

1 R.T. Blaine. pastor of 3 Mitchell circumstances Barnett, as Bank A.W. Norman Hoffman, head of to During a recent bearing.

L.J. Shaw Jr. the church attempted to book-keeper put it. On the House and Home Limited appear in court. Hauling was charged aad
,
firm here, was suspended
prior to serving in the stop a church officer a. other hand, if the bank is Sept. 5 by the VA after a Scheduled for Thursday's convicted wider siaplfe assault -

armed forces during World from reading a report left holding the bag. authorized Negro veteran. Dave P. hearing were James Jacksonand charges.

War II. which called for barringthe sources see the Johnson,principal of Mon- Clyde Jenkins who a-

He is married and the minister from con- possibility of criminal roe High School in Cocoa long with Dr. R.B. Hay ling, Miami Tot

father of three children ducting services.The charges being brought complained the company local NAACP Youth Council

and is a member of St. friction (which against several persons if refused to sell him a advisor and Howser were Shoots Self

Phillip's Episcopal Church. the Florida Star pre- Y it Is proven that the home in Bel-Aire subdivi- riding on U.S. Highway 1 MIAMI What sight bit _

A former assistant law dicted in last: 'Week's" ..' cH&Hflng of the_.signatures sl'n. .,0 '" when they pulled off to aside termed a .i*..Ve .o*.
professor at Florida A&M ,headlines, which read: .was done illegally.; 1 don't**know* *If'we- will road in the vicinityof curred here Wedae".ywhen'

law school, Shaw, native "AME FIGHT LOOMS OVER 3 Mitchell said the bank stay in the building busi- the klan rally and a .. -$ld hay
Virginian, graduated from CHURCH ) stems were reportedly accostedby
DUES. acted in good faith when ness.Hoffman continued."We shot himself is the

A. R. Taylor West Virginia State and back to 1956 when the the pastor of the church have homes for sale a carload of armed head with a pistol, however _

received his law degree General Conference meet- brought in two new officers In Bel-Aire-- subdivl -
', FAMU Law Grads the bullet failed
Warrants
Out
from Howard University. ing In Miami ruled that
BISHOP W.P. BALL whose names were to go on sion of Merritt Island to enter his SkY II.

Pass State Exams tenant He served with as the a first artillery lieu- churches to would cut their be permitted the church s bank account. near Qcoa--butncne with For ChurchmenWarrants Metro police reported.

TALLAHASSEE' -- Three during the Korean conflict mem- v However, it turns out VA or FHA financing. According to a neighbor -
bership dues by 20 per- A church officers claim- 'Sales for the last were issued fort
are four
out of the four 1963 is married and has two Mrs. Lorabelle
graduates of the Florida children. cent. It was found that Ing that the pastor did months were off 66 percentand wo officers of St. Schuler of 2980 NW
the majority of churches we lost a lot of our Paul' AME Church
A&M university Both Booth and Austin not give the bank the charging 26th St.Duaace Faaders
College (especially in Florida) credentials to show key ,personnel." them with disorderly '
of Law, who recently spoke highly of the twoappointees' t proper of 2964 NW 26th St. was
were paying for non- Following the hearing, conduct and ,
submitted to the bar Qualifications that the new signatureswere disturbing alone in his home whea
existent at 1 duly authorized.A the firm was suspended public worship as a re-
examination of Florida, and were supported IP members but a spokesman: said that he shot himself with a
$2.00 per person semi- church spokes tn said sult of last Sundaymornine's caliber
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their commendations by pistol at
were notified on Nov. 5, the suspension also would
annually. the name of Joseph Coppack outburst that about
Judges Harvery Tanzlerand 3:20 p.a.
that they are successful be lifted since it was -
applicants for admis- numerous court attaches Officers of St. Paul the church.secretary should based on a VA finding. brought police squadc The boy mother red

sion. and local attor Church like the officers have appeared on the document. ars racing to thec to Mrs. Sehuler's homes

These students, Edward neys. of Mt. Zion, St. Stephen ;1 .Instead, it is claimed Race Bar hu rch. and called Metro Police

Rodgers of Riviera and Mt. Olive had notified .a' the person who signed A hearing for Alex Cot- who took the boy to
Paper laglaby's it was not authorized to trell and Al Herbert Wil- Jackson
Beach John. Due of Jacksonville the respective pas- Memorial Motal. _-
and Alcee tors that they; would mt do so. The signatures of Causes 'Frat'To liams, St. Paul members .

,Motor pqr for inflated member- C.A. Willis, treasurer and will be held before Jus-
Hastings of Altamonte
McKinley Chambers, sec- tice of the Peace Sarah
Bow OutLOS
ships. .
Springs, were sworn in | YOUR LOCK.
Found The Stewards and Trus- retary were substitutedwith Bryan next Monday, Nov. ''JrnN NOW 4
by the Supreme Court of Gvihy REV. R.J. x
ELAINE
tees, in a resolution those of John Watson 25 at 1 p.m.
Florida on Nov. 15. and ANGELES -- Declaring -
MIAMI advised St. Paula request Rev. Blaine not Henry Singleton, respectively -
Found
guilty of pas-
A reception for these that its national Vote Of Confidence
aggravated assualt in criminal tor that they would pay to conduct the service Given
distinguished graduatesand organization has
court here, Mrs. Alice for 1205 members at last Sunday and asked The church group ,whose ana President
Gore
one of their classmates unwritten ..entlemen'sagreement" By FAMUans
Attorney Hemphill Sanchious, 23, $2. each per half-year, presiding Elder R.A. treasurer is bonded i '

P, Pride II, who has mother of the refusing to pay for Richardson to take said to be holding the from barring Negroes TALLAHASSEE---A standing vote of confi-
membership,
already been admitted to premature baby 1505 members which they charge but they said bank responsible for theirBoney.it the 60-aeaber dence in Dr. George W. Gore Jr.:. president

practice_ in South caro- found in a rain claimed to be inflated. he refused. was learned Thursday Sigma Fraternity Kappa said of Florida University, and the endorse

lina, was held in the soaked paper However Rev. Blaine, The fireworks broke out morning that Barnett the local chapter has ment of a resolution giving a statement of

College of Law on Nov. bag Sept. 23. like many other pastorswho in the church Sunday Bank has frozen paymenton withdrawn basic principles of the University clisjaxed
from the
16. The reception wasofficially will be sen have, allegedlybeentold morning while Alex Cot- the church's bank ac- a meeting the FAMU Faculty Senate Tuesday,

styled tenced Nov.26, to "bring in the trell was giving a report count, despite Bishop national body following November 5. .....*.*.....**......
; Criminal Judge Ball's contention that an emergency session. in peaceful aad legitimate
'Operation 80" to money, or else. to the congregation The resolution. Issued gage
Gene Williams MRS. Rev. Blaine was within his Delta Upsilon Chapter'spresident activity to achieve -
indicate that eighty either insisted that the concerning the bank issue by a Faculty Senate Subcommittee -
percent of the graduatesof stated. SANCHIOUS Bishop s quota be net by and, according to right to have the money prentls Wilson underscores any Just cause
Mrs. accord drawn to his church' Jr. said a telegramwas should not be abridged,
Sanchious pay a
1963 who took bar the church or proceededto witnesses Rev. Blaine the role of the University -
ing to testimony, became obligation. seat to national the Senate urge that all -
to talk
examinations have quali find other means of attempted out as an Institution
engaged in a heated argument Meantime officials were headquarters stating
fied. providing the membership Cottrell. It was then maintained primarily to
According to Atty. Oct. 9 with Mrs. money: demanded. that Al Herbert Williams huddling with Dr. Robert the local chapter felt promote the academic development

Thomas Miller Jenkins, Mary Frances Harris of Members of the Steward moved toward the minister Mance, general: treasurer Xappa Sigma' discriminatory of Its students.
21801 SW 114th Ct. in a Board told the Florida of theAME church who planed membership
dean requesting bin to be Issued. "stateaent
of the PAMU College -
grocery store. into Jacksonville. did requirements were incompatible -
of Law this average The Star they discovered Quiet. The minister of principles by the Faculty -
following day the Rev. Ralph Jackson, president with "pur
that pastor Blaine had started around Senate." the redo
is considerably in excess defendant went to Mrs. running of the AMS Brother moral obligations."
ofvthe national Harris apartment pointeda gone into the Barnett the pulpit with Williamsin hood. lotion is as follows: S

average for the 135approved .32 caliber revolver''at National Bank and instructed pursuit until finally ................................ 'TbVpaculty Senate

law schools In the woman and began pullingthe officials thereto Rev. Blaine fled from sent in Florida.It required increase of being the primary legislative -
the' United remove the Duel of the church. ia body of the University
States. triger.The gun clicked understood that money would result In
Court twice and then fired the the persons authorizedto Meantime other cocaotioas several ministers who their being moved by the composed of administrative -

DtlflysDtdsion bullet Biasing Mrs. Harris, sign the church broke out in the were not given enough Bishop and sent to officials
and duly elected faculty
checks and substitutednew .
disclosed.In church but were soon
reports money to cover the inflation little country churches.
OnSfcIa oaes. With that accomplished Quieted when a riot call members trOll the various
her defense statement of membership There has been much
and
schools colleges unequivocally
Mrs. Sanchious said aha the churchmen brought police squad dug Into their pocketsor talk about conditionsin University persowsl--ad- ;

CISISWASHINGTQN became very angry with Mrs. said, the sum of cars to the scene of secured loans to meet the AiC church..about supports effective the alnlstrative fa .lty,
idea that the
Harris over previous cir $2,300 was withdrawn the church at Myrtle the Increased budget illegal assessments, staff aDd .. --accept r=
of the University -
Despite cumstances and fired Into from the bank. Ave. nd 13th Sts. oney. bullying of ministers operation the above eoa..0t.

urgency on the part of the ground. The nates of C.A. Wil The outburst at St. More outspoken l..enayer and low aorale among rests inextricably as rational Md iaUtll
Mrs. Saachious also facesa lie, treasurer for 15! Paul along with other upon the basic tenets of
ease congressmen awaiting that the ministers the denomination in gent guidelia tor any }
charge of child neglect years, and McKlnleyChambers churches tot law and order. Only within -
refusing
are caught in activity."Pinally.
guidelines the a
on squeeze. Florida. What s going -
On Sept. 23, a premature secretary o an atmosphere of orderliness -
for Inflated the
pay sear While their feaatcafflras
controversial public ac- members are
baby weighing less than on in the AXE church in optimal educational -
the ateward board fo can
coaadations Question, two pounds was found in a berships is being Interpreted refuting to pay. for Increased Florida? benefits be de- its saaport of ,
five years were substituted as what could be the Presidest sad his administrative -
the U. S. Supreme Court paper sack on the steps of membership
put'oft hearing on sit- Mays High School 11700 with those of John the beginning of a ministers fear that TO BE CONTINUED rived. staff in

in cases for at least Hainlln Mill Dr.in Goulds. Watson and Henry Single Bishop Ball Ouster Move- failure to turn in the NEXT WEEK 'lh11 e the rights to en- their eontlaued efforts G

.60 days it was an- to aalataia sound sad ef- -

.d '1 IeedQ. L9t's Mike A Date. Mef YOB !I. Miimi i Fir The ora. e Blossom Classic pal.sralt l10" of the e.f .

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.JtAeE'ZYi1QT ..i i 1 Io .- FLORIDA STAR PAPERS .. 23 1963
v.." ._' '> __ <._ SATURDAY NOVEMBER ,

A THE FLORIDA .f '- k.i.. ::: ... ... : ,, (,i,. :'
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_ ST&RY'.I l" ... : ;':; JUST GtAHCf ACSOSS THE Usual.
'- e .' .1:5 Politics As
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NEWS :v.-- HaM ATTFNTKJN- THINGS ARFNOt
... ",-,-'..":".,;:'. .-:. TOO DAD HERE ATHOMtSTRONG .: BY ERIC 0. SIMPSON

Published by The Florida Star Publishing Co. "v.-. Y .1

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Asst. Labor Secretary Arthur Ckapin
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:. 0. SIMPSON.............Magi* Efitw "- -.' Speaks At Urban League Chrece

;*: nbivvn HYCIII E. WKF fiiwb...................News EMir J iARi. +%r NEW ORLEANS- 'Education--Tbe Negrt a

kNIUA WOGTEN.........CkeilKiiiT IlIIH1N -. -,.' Tool for Economic Advancement During the
; k c Critical 60' s," is very timely and of
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f.; : MJIIN OFFICE & PLANT: '- < .;'f/; great importance to all of us. \
'Tjike all great battles,we have to f1.g""ht
2323 MHCfiif Road.....Plgie Elgii '4>6782 ... ...., on many fronts and the one you selected Tor

"- 1 this program is of primary importance

Hailing Address: T get the education we need, despite all obstacles -

_. '. ,. : so that we are ready. Let usseadour :
P. 0. Box 561 Jacksonville 1 Florida
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-t!' t children into the employment '

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jk MIAMI I OFFICE arena with a chance for
< 4 t ---... survival.

738. NW 3rd Ate. Phone 3771025 ,- 'What a shame, what a wasted
& >* .... : opportunity it is, when the
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'f SUBSCRIPTION RATES .,.: .
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One Year. $6.00 Half Year. $4.00 -::- 1-r'A": : :. ., .' '.- I won't discriminate I'll ?

: ....... ":" look for Negroes for these
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Mailed to You Anywhere in the United States ..: ..,. SIMPSON(
...... jobs, and none are available.

Subscription payable in Advance .' I Tor example, only one out of 100 engineers -
Send Check or Money. Order to: in the United* States is a Negrqwe --

FLORIDA STAR P. 0. BOX 561 ..< ... '" f-"'.::::: ... _. '::;< .: ::,.: ;:?r;;+' have lost a golden opportunity. : 1
llfhat the demonstrate
.. .. "{ are basic facts that
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"- .. i'i.,.. .- ., .>.P.. <. 'l-"" ,.. the need for more education'] a ad ,

-THANKSGIVING ; :: better education? As we in the ripestof -
DAY ;'.:::1f- .' '.;- : :fr : Labor see the picture, education' fox
.
"Dear the people coming home Dear glad faces .J., ., .. -.''". .. 1 .+.r"" j.-. today youth cannot be
overly stated
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song away ,Dear the merry cries, and dear All the '.' ....... ,,,.. ...."_,_.. Ty d' .. .. .41.! i. ,..'." _.....'.._..:'"_."f_.. particularly for Negro boys and girls.For

glad .and happy play. Dear the thanks, toe, thatwe ....::: ?r.t-: ::: < .. ;.' ; ; : ,\:; ;1JJ/' the man who has not completed grade school
give For all of this, THANKSGIVING DAY." ,Q '..;:" ,' ... ; -l'.' :;;1.-r--: ;:: will earn $100,000 less in his lifetime
than the high school graduate the high
written many years ;
This simple verse was
ago by Harriet Prescott Spofford. It tellsof CIVIL RIGHTS BILL AT HOME..DEMOCRACY IN VIETNAM? school graduate will earn $40,000 less

the traditional Thanksgiving--the than the college graduate The youth who

Thanksgiving our grandfathers knew, and completes one of our retraining projects
:" ., will earn as a result, $50,000 sore -in
Ivesimmortalized. en-
that Currier and

gravings. It was, of 'course, a day of rest his lifetime.
Your I "The Negro with an' elementary school .education -
much -- t.
and feasting. But it was more, morea Weekly is likely to have an income of

day of prayer in which gratitude was offered $3,400 while the high school graduate is

for the good things of the past, and ..
likely to have an income of $4,600 and
held out for the future. And it
hope was those with a college degree will probablyearn
-J of affirmation in the existenceof
day Guide
was a
a higher power than man, and of faithin Horoscope 7900. Education does pay off. It is

the workings of'a divine providence.We worth struggling'for, scarificing for.

live now in an infinitely more complicated "Let me make this same point in other
terms. The unemployment rate for workers
tim A sophistication of dubious
Materi ly PABLO The ASTROLOGER between 25 and 54 who have less than a
quality has obscured many values. ,
grade school education is twice as high
nlistic advances of almost incredible di -
as the rate for Yorkers with some college
nenslons have dulled the nerds and wants WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR education. .-
of the spirit. And we live too in a
'Let me give you the same figures but for
world so torn with dissension, covering young Negroes only. One 'out of every 3

every aspect of human affairs, that, to BUSINESS LOVE TRAVELARIES Negro youths with only an eighth grade education -

many, tilt real relevance of Thanksgiving are unemployed compared with one

has been largely lost--the eternal is bur- .. with one out of 6 for the high school grad-

ied under the pressures of the moment. We 8-50-22-19-86-852 ATMOSPHERE OF GAIETY uate and one out of 8 for those with one

have the feast--without remembering and Born March 21st thru CANCERBorn THINGS THAT GRACE YOUR or more years of college. And note that

pondering. the reason for the feast.Pe'rKaps April 19th June 22nd thru 7-30-44-12-54-734 TABLE. THIS WILL LESSEN less than one out of 22 Negroes over 24
this all change. Perhaps this UNLESS YOU ARE ONE OF LIBRA THE CHANCE OF FEELING
may 22nd
July Born years of age with one or more years of
numbers of us will THE FORTUNATE ARIANSWHO Sept. 23rd thru DISTRESSED THAT NIGHTOR
Thanksgiving Day greet SERENITY OF MIND is AS college is unemployed.
observe it in the spirit of our forefathers.Ifsor HAS UNLIMITED MEANSOF Oct. 23rd THE NEXT DAY.
INDISPENSABLE AS ALL, THE
be of thanks THERE is MUCH'TO' BE 'The more education a Negro gets, the
it will truly a day WHO HAS RETIRED ON AN 6-60-33-14-43-683,
OTHER METHODS RECOM-
s for the blessings of the past, broken with ADEQUATE/ PENSION YOU THANKFUL FOR, THAT PAST CAPRICORNBorn nearer his income approaches that of the
have been-.and a day MENDED FOR THE MAINTENANCE white. The Negro elementary school graduate -
troubles as they may MUST REALIZE THAT YOU MISDEEDS SHOULD BE FOR Dec. 22nd thru
in which we will find new courage to meet HAVE TO KEEP ON LABOR OF WELL-BEING. AND GOTTEN AND FORGIVENESS gets only 68 percent of the in.cCMlle
is to Then above all, it IT ALSO IS NECESSARY TO Jan. 19th
whatever come. of the viiite with the sane education; this
ING UNTIL YOUR AMBITIOUS GENEROUSLY GIVEN. MAKE+ BUSINESS
will be a day in which we realize deeply BE PREPARED FOR SUDDEN GOES ON AS increases to '71 percent for the Negro 'high
OBJECTIVES HAVE BEEN A CLEAN BREAST OF WHAT- USUAL BUT NOT EVERYONE'SHEART
another thing our forefathers knew--that, WEATHER AND TEMPERATURE school graduate and to 85 percent for the I
REACHED. THIS IS THE EVER IS TROUBLING YOU, IS IN IT. THE PRO-
CHANGES SO AS TO MINI-
under God, each individual human being Negro college graduate.
AND DEPEND ON THE UNDERSTANDING
TIME TO PLACE
TROUBLE- IZE SPECT OF THE PLEASANT
owes an everlasting debt of duty and responsibility M THE DANGERS OF Keep in mind that these figures are
to his family SOME THOUGHTS ASIDE AND CATCHING COLDS OR OTHER OF THOSE INVOLVED DAYS, AHEAD AND THE based on the situation today. As auto-

TO START THINKING OF THE SEASONAL ILLS ((24TH TO MEET YOU HALF COMPANIONSHIP THAT mation increases, as Jobs become even wore F

- :i. LETTER TO THE EDITOR FESTIVE PERIODS THAT NOW 25TH, 3OTH.YOUR) FRIENDS WAY IN REACHING A NEW BRINGS JOY TO YOUR HEART complex, the relative income of the uneducated -

CROWD fN TO WIND UP AN ARE BOUND TO LIVEN UP BASIS FOR FUTURE UNDER- MAY NOW BE UPPERMOST IN will become lower and their unemployment -

Managing Editor EXCITING AND PRODUCTIVEYEAR. THANKSGIVING DAY CELEBRATION STANDING ((24TH-27TH) YOUR MIND. IT IS BETTER rate will become higher. Thereis

Florida City: .< Star |IF YOU WOULD LIKE THAT YOU SHARE THANKSGIVING DAY PROMISED FOR OTHERS TO COME TO no future for the unskilled, unschooled

TO SHARE YOUR BLESSINGSWITH WITH THEM. BE RESTRAINEDIN TO PROVIDE MUCH YOU THAN TO TRAVEL YOUR- worker. Blue collar Jobs are expected to

Sir: OTHERS YOU SHOULD YOUR APPETITES .WHeN PLEASURE BESIDES THE SELF WHEN THIS CAN BE increase by only 14 percent in the BOas

Will'")'ou please print this open letter of GET BUSY AT ONCE CON YOU KNOW THAT ANY OTHER CUSTOMARY FEAST ARRANGED WITHOUT INCONVENIENCE and these will be mainly skilled Jobs reQUiring -

help'to the public 'at cost to me, payableby TACTING THE PERSONS YOU COURSE EXPOSES YOU TO ESPECIALLY WHEN YOU ARE TO ANYONE ((24TH an educationbut white-collar.

myself or Miss Magie Dunnan 728 Court HAVE IN MIND ((26TH,27TH). DISCOMFORTS. ((28TH) SURROUNDED BY THOSE YOU 25TH.SINCE YOU GENERALLY jobs will increase by 30 percent.

Blodgett Homes.To THANKSGIVING DAY ((28TH) 620881573628LEO LOVE BEST. ARE MORE FARSIGHTEDTHAN 'About one-quarter of a million Negroesare

-ray frirrds in and mound the city of HAS ALL THE SIGNS OF 9-10-77-16-79-917 MOST YOU MAY HAVEA today, attending colleges and universities -

Jacksonville.I. Herbert D. Andrews or Andy BEING AN UNUSUALLY HAPPY Born July 23rd thru SCORPIOBorn SECRET CACHE AT YOUR of whom 100,000 are in the Southor

Andrews of the Lemon Twisters, and other ONE. Aug. 22nd Oct. 24th thru DISPOSAL TO ENTERTAIN the District of Columbia. Negro enrollment -

Ii. various bands, ask you to aid me. I am now, Nov. 22nd YOUR DEAR ONES ROYALLYON in higher education is higher than
5-70-33-16-92-573 WHEN YOU ARE YOUR SUNNY.
as for the past twenty (20) days, located YOU THANKSGIVING DAY. total enrollment in Great Britain or Itaty.and ,
ARE BEING FACED
_ ;'irifthe: Duval County Jail with two (2) TAURUSBorn .SELF AND AS ATTENTIVE TO nearly as high as in West GerMany or
YOUR LOVED ONES AS LEOS WITH THE PROSPECT OF INCREASED 2-100-22-18-81-218 France even though the Negro populationin
charges placed on me by a ten- (10)year-old April 20th thru
IN GENERAL ARE REPUTEDTO EXPENDITURESDURING AQUARIUSBorn America is less than half the population
kid, to whom was welcomed in my home, ate May 20th
BE, YOU CREATE AN THIS LAST QUARTER of of these nations.
J ar. 20th thru' any
N my food received lunch money for school,
MOST OF US HAVE BEEN SO ATMOSPHERE OF WARMTH AND WHICH MAY BE DUE IN Feb. 18thAS 'But the high financial cost of certain
etc; my charges are, and I write them because -
I have nothing to hide. (1)) Aidingto SPOILED BY OVERABUNDANCEOF GAIETY. BE RATHER RESTRAINED PART, TO THE YEARLY THERE SEEMS TO BE types of professional education, such as

the delinquency of a minor by breaking THE THINGS THAT MAKE IN YOUR SPEND THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY. LITTLE CHOICE IT WILL medicine, is a serious obstacle to Negro

and entering charge. ((2)) Crime against nature LIFE COMFORTABLE AND ING ((24TH, 25TH) THE BUT THIS ALSO GIVES THE MAKE THINGS EASIER ALL youth--34 percent of the Negro youth cpa,

and (3) charge by my ex-wife, Ella M. AGREEABLE THAT WE ARE NEXT TWO DAYS SHOULD BE FAMILY A CHANCE: TO GET AROUND TO GO ALONG WITH pared with the 13 percent of white yA .

Andrews of 728 North Court. I say ex-wife, APT TO FORGET TO DISPLAY FILLED WITH AN AIR OF TOGETHER AND AT THE SAME THE DEVELOPMENTS WHEN report financial handicaps as barring'th

divorce decree 3 November, 1963. I ask your THE PROPER AMOUNT OF EXPECTANCY PARTICULARLYWHEN TIME RESOLVE WHATEVER THEY SHAPE UP, AS GRACE- way for graduate and professional *$ ool.

help in visiting-law prayer. I have asked THANKFULNESS TO THE YOU ARE LOOKING DIFFERENCES MAY HAVE A- FULLY AS YOU CAN. ALTHOUGH Part of our efforts jwa.t therefore 'be to

the pastor of my church to visit me here FORCES OF PERSONS RE- FORWARD TO THE VISIT OF RISEN AFTER THE LAST RE- THANKSGIVING DAY get special funds provided for the post -

at the Jail, however, he has failed to do SPONSIBLE. IN OUR DESIRE THOSE WHO ARE CLOSE TO UNION. FRIENDS MAY BE PROMISES TO BE A GRATI- graduate education of. Negro youths,'.they

so. I have written an open letter to First FOR EVEN MORE WE MAY YOUR HEART ((26TH, 27TH). CALLED ON TO SHARE YOUR FYING ONE, THE PREPARA- must study harder sothat. they can. get

New Zion Baptist Churchwhere I was a mem- TEND TO TRESPASS THE YOU ARE NOT APT TO BE BOUNTY OR THEY MAY ALSO TIONS INVOLVED TO MAKE more scholarships. .
BOUNDARIES OF GOOD TASTE BE WILLING TO HAVE YOU "An interesting and significant deVelop-
ber of the Jr. Deacon Board, a member of DISAPPOINTED IN ANY WAYxiN IT SO COULD BE EVEN MORE
Choir 13. Thereby leaving me in doubt as AND PROPER BEHAVIOR THANKSGIVING DAY AS PARTAKE OF THEIR OWN, ENTERTAINING THAN THE ment is the interest of the white studentin

hwhy this church.wherp I accepted Christ ((24TH. 25TH) THERE is THERE SHOULD BE PLENTYOF WHICHEVER SEEMS TO BE EVENT ITSELF. YOU MAY attending colleges which were foraerly

J cannot visit to pray for and with me. AN EXCELLENT OPENING TO EVERYTHING FROM JOY MORE LOGICAL OR PRACTI- DECIDE TO CELEBRATE AT all Negro; Lincoln: University in UL# aEi
MOST OF YOU SCOR- reports more than 500 white 8tit feft ,'
SHOW REVERENCE WHILE WE CAL. acid
To mention my family, my father, David TO ALL THE GOOD THINGSTO HOME. IN WHICH CASE YOUR
West State College ic
Virginia now
Andrews 1114 Pearl St. has visited me on ARE FEASTING AND CELE- EAT ((28TH). TRY NOT P10S WILL HAVE TO BE FAVORITE PEOPLE MAY BE -. Y
split between Negroes awl white : .
two Sundays because of his working days, BRATING DURING THE ANNUAL TO FORGET TO GIVE PATIENT AND FORBEARINGFOR INVITED TO YOUR TABLE. "More barriers are breaking doau&frr.t
THANKSGIVING HOLI- A WHILE LONGER.
but has offered no aide or advice. I receive THANKS. 8-30-55-1 2-835 the first time in bistory, three ou -
a monthly welface check at 1114 PearlSt. DAY ((27TH, 28TH) YOU 190661539196SAGITTARIUS '
4 0r99-l3-89-469 PISCESBarn ing medical schools with sou them{ : -
I was going to use it to get out on SHOULD TURN ATTENTION VIRGO Feb. 19th thin ditions--John Hopkins Duke aladt Y.

bond. This check that is delcared each THEREAFTER TO MORE Born Aug. 23rd thru Born Nov. 23rd thru March 20thIT have admitted Negroes on a co.ptAte
month the 21st 22nd has been lost .SPIRITUAL PURSUITS. Sept. 22ndIT
on or
Dec.. 21stIF OFTEN STRIKES EACH
IS THE UNUSUAL basis. Each of them had won a Nfttlorffcl
for this month or forged by another. I 3-40-55-18-94-345 AND EVERYONE OF US THAT Medical Fellowship."
have a lovely two-bedroom house complete GEMINI FAMILY THAT IS NOT TORN IT WEREN'T FOR THE WE DO NOT ALWAYS HAVE

with living room and kitchen, equipment, Born May 21st ,thru ASUNDER BY STRIFE AND OCCASIONAL STORMS WE
gas stoveand furniture, that I have lost. June 21st DISSENSION AT ONE TIME WOULD HAVE LITTLE CAUSETO AN EXCLUSIVE CHOICE AS YOUR BLOOD IS NEEDED"It's
HOW WE CANOR SHOULD.
TO
I do not say that I am a saint, nor willI WHATEVER A PERSON DOES OR ANOTHER. THAT is WHY BE THANKFUL DURING

say I have done no wrong, but I know as OR DOES NOT DO I OFTEN SUCH DAYS AS THANKS- THE FAIR DAYS. THE SAME CONDUCT OUR PERSONALAND an ill wind that blows nobody

well as God that for 20 days, three tripsto TRACED TO THE DEVELOPMENT GIVING DAY ARE A WELCOME IS TRUE OF HUMAN EXIST- PUBLIC AFFIARS.THISIS good," says an old English proverb taint
TRUE. TO A GREAT EXTENT
court,! know no more than the day I was OF HIS OR HER OPPORTUNITY TO KISS AND ENCE. THE DIFFICULTIESYOU dates back at least to the 16th centvry.
ESPECIALLY FOR YOU
arrested. Where, are all my friends? Where PLANETARY PATTERN. THEREIS MAKE UP. ALTHOUGH TEN- ENCOUNTER IN YOUR PISCIANS WHO ARE IN PRO- We are reminded of this by a, line in an
are the ones that I gave my shoes and NO TURNING I BACK. AND SIONS ARE STILL POWERFUL QUEST FOR LOVE. SUCCESSOR .announcement of the recent toegtinc of the

clothing? Where are the ones who ate my YOU WOULD DO WELL TO THEY SEEM TO HAVE WHATEVER YOUR FESSIONAL OR OFFICIAL American Association of Blood Stacks.

bread? Where are the sick ones that I CONCENTRATE ON THE PRO- LOST MUCH OF THEIR: FOR- PARTICULAR OBJECTIVE MAYBE POSITIONS. INSTEAD OF This valuable organization of hospital
TRYING TO GAIN MORE ATTENTION -
washed and cooked for Mr. & Mrs. Jack- BLEM OF WHERE YOU ARE MER STING.UNDERSTANDINGSCAN ARE THE VERY REASONSWHY and coffiffiunity blood banks is an out-growth,
ALREADY -
sonvilleWhere my friendsThe questionI GOING FROM HERE INSTEADOF EASILY BE REACHED YOU ARE SO ELATED AT THAN YOU remarkably enough, of the terrible Texas
HAVE YOU WOULD
really want to.know is what happened to
LOOKING BACK WITH REGRET WHEN ALL CONCERNED SEE THE MOMENT OF VICTORY City disaster in 1947. The banks which
FIND IT MORE DESIRABLETO
God? The one Rev. Leroy Clayton preachesof
AT YOUR POINT OF EASON AND MODERATE
the ship
((24TH-27TH). BE UNSTINTING SECRET RETREAT cooperated to save lives after
widow's each Sunday.- -Is, ," there no help for. ,the DEPARTURE. THE BONES OF THEIR INFLEXIBLE VIEWS IN YOUR THANKS ON WHERE HAVE YOU A CAN DO AND explosion there felt the need for con-

son. CONTENTION MAY NOT BESO OR ATTITUDES (26TH THANKSGIVING DAY BUT tinual cooperation and forged an organ
Yours kindly DIFFICULT TO ELIMINATE 27TH) CELEBRATIONS ARE THINK AS YOU PLEASE. ization. It now has 3,800 members in every
.- V u. .H..M. ..t I MODERATE IN YOUR SECOND
Herbert D. Andrewsi THEM ENTIRELY. BOUND TO BE HELD VN AN HELPINGS OF THE GOOD 4-70-11-12-29-471 state and 25 foreign countries.r .



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.A' SHIMMY KYEMSER 23, 1963 FLORIDA STAR PAPERS PHEst3__ _

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E. TOLBERT elementary school's annual Child Development Clinic held durintthree days and nights GOOD YEAR'S

last; week In the school auditorium was clamed the most successful in the school's history accordingto _

Mrs. Aldonia C. Joyner, principal. Mrs. Joyner, at the close of the sessions, had high praise for QPoa44

the consultants, school committee and parents for the whole hearted cooperation given by all concerned CLOSE OUT OF ;
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during the program. Participants shown from top photo left are: Mrs. Alice Elwese of the Cancer Society >
; Dr. J.C. Downing Dr. A.E. Girardeau--dentist-! BertIda Garnica, teaching intern and Dr. t's a darling baby ,girl for The Anthon ,-Ore s GE Appliance & TV's

James Wilson, dentist. Dr. H.H. Satter-hite, DDS, examines pupil. Principal Joyner and Dr. Fred Am- ;\orn November 15 at Brewster Hospital. ,,,.
- bruster, optometrist, consult program. Bottonleft: Ray Baxter of the Tuberculosis Association ad- Mom Cornelia "Connie' and Daquita Renise art

dresses audience. pupils welcome guests at exhibit. Consultants from left: Mrs. Leilani Lubeck, nutritionist doing fine at home, 1969 Leonard Court, South. Save Up :
18.8 CU. FT. .
: Mrs. Ethel Kirkland, State Director of Midwives; Miss Emma High tower, director jax Department ............................. ,
of Recreation; R.R. Somberu, State Health Department; Dr. Fred Ambruster; Dr. Girardeau and --= = To so % ; :,:,4
School Nurse, Mrs. L.T. Cutliff. Dr. Girardeau examines pupil. Other consultants Included Mike Hauser = --
Friends of Dr. and Mrs., R.E. Smith will be happ r '
director of Health and Physical Education in the public schools and Dr. James Henderson DDS. Major to know that they are planning their return ti I: Shop Early For :. .
findings from the dentists disclosed that the majority of pupils are in need of dental care. Many
Jacksonville to coincide with the Christmas Holi-
parents received certificates for having attended the three sessions. Principal Joyner and Mrs. Janis

Madry, program chairman, received beautiful corsages from Mrs. Edith Taylor, PTA president, for a days. i, J The Best Bargains, ,
The Smiths, who are on an extended vacation in .
good Job well don n. (STAR photoby Fandy Bostic) m-ii :f. .IJ
reside
at
Washington, D.C. 1921 N. Myrtle Avenue. I -"' : .

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Successful I P.T.A. R.L. Brown School : 10 CU.DIAL $1
Miss Catherine Debra Pittman' and U.S. Air Forc fJ.DEFROST:

Honor RollMrs. Staff Sgt. John Andrew Thomas will recite nuptialvows

I I srromz deliveryMr. 1- Meeting Held Annie Ruth Brown, Church.at 10 a.m. on December 7, -in St. Pius Catholic i .. ,,. 14 tu. UTO 100.'

.
The Arlington Elemen- tfo-ordinator of the Miss Pittman is the daughter of Mr. and'Mrs. HenryB. i FT. DEFROST: '

tary School P.T.A. group sixth grades at the R.L. Fletcher of, this city. She is a graduate of New ONLY ONE AT THIS PRICE
and Mrs; Dan Mitchell Gamble; 810 StonewallSt. met in the auditorium of Brown School has announced Stanton Senior High School, and has studied at Ed- FREEZE'N STORE ICE SERVICE

; 415 Belfort St.; ; Boy. the school at its open- the pupils who ward waters College.S. cu.
SHELVES 1O AUTO
Roy. Mr. and Mrs. Herman in g meeting on Monday attained academic excel- Sgt. Thomas is the son of Mrs. Glennie Lang of SWING OUT FT. DEFROST $248.
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Brooks; 1530 Ella St.; evening October 7 at lence during the first Jacksonville, and he is also a New Stanton grad- 175 LB. FREEZER
.
Bacon; 262P Larkspur Boy. 8 p.m. presided by the six weeks of this school uate. He is stationed at Vandenberg Air Force Base, ,
-NO FROST EVER CU
Aval;;' Boy Twins). Robinson Lovett president Horrace White. term. They are: GwendolynD. California.. MD 479 13 ; $224.
Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Williams Officers elected were: Fields 3.5; Tasker L. S500 Down oFT r. I T
G22B 'Woodlawn ..........................
; Betrothal GivenMr. Mrs. Sara Bryant, press Hannon 3.4;; Sandra E.
ONE AT THIS PRICE*
Ct.; no-. dent Mrs. Vivian Harris Robinson 3.3; John R. 'FILTERFLOWONLY
and Mrs. Samuel The College Gardens home of Mrs. Hortense Wil,
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Dunbar 3.2 James E. ,. .
vice president, Mrs. ; .
Robinson has announcedthe Hams Gray provided the setting for the annual
Richardson; 2901 Anther Ruthie secretary, Newman 3.0; who are
Key WASHER
engagement and approaching meeting of Criterion Matrons, a social and civic ,
Ct.; Girl. Clifford Bartley, trea- students in Miss LucilleE. organization comprised of ladies from ..Jacksonvilleand '
marriage of Low As 55M Down
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony their daughter Trazelle surer, Mrs. Loretta Williams Williams class. Students St. Augustine. Mrs. I.E.. Williams. Mrs. Ruben GE AUTOMATIC ,

Thomas; 1418 Qrunthal Alfrenna. to Albert chairman of pro- in Mrs. Annie R. Brooks, and Mrs. Earl M. Johnson were guests. Up to 36 Months.-

St.; Boy. Lovett. the son of Mrs. gram commit tee, Lawrence Brown's class who attained The group engaged in its major project, which is ", .." :'
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Blossie Mae Lovett of Taylor chaplin Mrs. the honor roll the preparing of a Thanksgiving basket for needy to. Pay -.
Tunsill; 1137 W. 23rd Savannah. Georgia. Thelma Andrews chairman are Janyce E. Hughes families.

street Girl. Vows will be said at of membership committee 3.4; Cedric D. Hudson Mesdames L. McDonald, J. Jones, and L. Calhoun of
Mr. and Mrs. Central Mrs. Nell Hicks 3.6; Pryma J. Walker and Mesdames Sarah Hicks Henrietta
3 p.m. Sunday,Nov. 24th, St. Augustine, DELUX
Peterson; 5616 Minosa at the home of the Coleman historian and 3.4; Ollie R. Leroy Kennon, Blanche Jenkins, Eleanor LittlejohnEttaDeasand i: 12 ,LB. 2-SPEED $148.

CI r. ; Girl bride's maternal grand- Mrs. Sadie Dorsey. director 3.3; Charles B. Dailey Florence Wilson of Jacksonville were among ,K.
Mr. and Mrs. WilliamTrichologists mother, Mrs. PaulineDaniel's of public rela- 3.2; Pamela V. Chambers members present. FILTE R
tions. Joseph Sal ley 3.1; Gwendolyn J. Waye .' $5,00 $10.8.
i i ', 1672 W. 2nd 12 LB.
I Street. introduced all faculty 3.0; and Slater ThorpeJr. ........................... 1 ; DOWN FLOW

members. New faculty 3.0. The studentsin
Meet SundayTrichologists'Beauti Friends are invited as WRINGS?
no invitations are being members are Mrs. Mattie Mrs. Hattie Fowler's Mrs. Hettie Mills has returned to the city after 10 IB. WASHER $99.

sent.. A reception will Cato Allen, primary department class attaining the attending an important meeting of members of Delta
cians League Local 38 follow. Miss Josephine honor roll were Beverly Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. in Washington, D.C. 500

will hold their regular Threadcr ft, librarian J. Underwood 4.0; Elea- Mrs. Mills attended the meeting as a newly appointed 12 LB. WASH LOAD WITH FULL Low :
I Jax Coed Elected nor G. Womack 3.6; DorisA. As J5 DOWN
meeting Sunday beginning and Mrs. Estelle Mat- member of the National Projects Committee .
LINT FILTER HOT WARM
at 3 p.m. with Mrs. Clem- FOREST GROVE: Ore. -, thews Hamilton, music. Wicker 3.5; BeverlyJ. which operates out of Grand Chapter Headquarters in TIME OR All GE Appliance .
mie Jenkins 2042 Lippie Miss Paulette Owens, a Living P.T.A. presidents Stewart 3.1: RalphF. the nation's Capital. The committee is responsiblefor WASH TEMPERATURE WARM
Road. Mrs. Callie JackBon.presldentannounced.- Walker 3.1; CarolynJ. Carry 12 MOB*
junior majoring in Psy- to be honored programming of the sorotity's activities on a I. OR COLD RINSE TEMPERATURE -
will be Mrs. Sadie Dor- Thompson 3.0; and nationwide basis, with emphasis on mental health,
chology, was elected SAVES You $3>. FREE SERVICE '
All members are requested sey and Horrace White. Hurley L. Smoak 3.0. library service, international understanding, com- ,
secretary of the newly :
to be present formed Anti-Discrimina Living principals to be The students attainingthe munity service, and scholarship.Mrs. .
since matters of great honored are Mesdames honor roll in William Mills is president of the Jacksonville Alum-

importance will be dis- University tion League here.at Pacific Willa Ella Akery Harris C. Huggins room nae chapter of Delta. She has announced plans of GE TV & STEROES 19" TV$14L _

cussed. she stated. T Helen G. Roux AldoniaC. were Janis W. Woodard the local projects for its annual Christmas Partyat

Joyner, Adrienna Wes 3.5; Jacquelyn M. Cal- the State Hospital in Macclenny, and for a concentrated AT LOW PRICES .-' ".

now its Pepsifor son. Lucille G. Coleman vin 3.3 and Donna M. effort on school dropouts. *23" TV GE TV $95 '
Lovingood and McCray' 3.1. The students Lo-Boy
B.
Estelle ....................... _
Corine McQueen and attaining the honor ONLY ONE AT THIS PRICE,

thosethinkyoung who James A. Joyner during r oil in Robert L. Coretha Wilson was hostess when Charming Ladies

their FOunders' Day observance Flowers' class were Club met recently at the Eldorado Club. Vivian r-----' 23"TV-tNSLj $270:
to be held on Rudolph B. Ervin 3.0 and Byrd and Sarah Lovett were guest players.The THRECORD .

Y February 3, 1964. Marvin J. Jordan 3.0. Charming Ladies membership roster is coa PLAVfeR

Rev. Wales R. Nesbitt Two other honors were prised of Delphenia M. GreeneErnestine Poole, Lillian -

jr. will give the bestowed upon two sixth Stukes, Mary Cole, Rosa Lee Shannon, Sophye 23'ffTV CDNscLE $185I
Founders' Day address.lEI'S grade students during White, Hortense Brewington, Josephine Cleveland, : .

the November holiday. Clevel Cromartie, Dorothy Dunlap, Margaret Day, and T3
r SHOE REPAIR Beverly Underwood received Vemel Glover. STERO CONSOLE M F
a first prize MAHOGANY
Sloe Repairing award from the Library .............................. CABINET ONE AT THIS PRICE:
Association for submitting $5.00 DOWN

Of Any Kind a prize essay on Elizabeth Simmons Jones invited Marie McClain and 36 MdNTHt TO PAY *

t a recent book review. Daisy Gil Hard to participate in Eatre Non Bridge 5CO Down

Is iir Oily Bs&ess Janis Woodard of the Club s recent meeting. QUAKER ON. HEATERI.HD

.sixth grade received a Lydia Sweet, Doris Bennett, and Theora Leggins FRONT SPEAKER
4stay 145 Florida Aims Second prize award were recipients of club awards.Daisy Gil lard quali- CONTROLS HEATS 5 bans I

S fied for guest prize.

LARKS Caallla Thoapson, Helen Hart, and Aldonia H. Sea- M" Holds Any Gift 1 Only
brooks were among participants. -
$105.00 ;
C MEATSHOICE ............................ til Xmas 'S* 1

Dm
Vernal McCone chose the Eldorado Club for the entertainment ,
IT' of Lea Elites Bridge Club last Friday
1510 SAN MARCO 1607 UNIVERSITY IN LAKEWOODUWM evening. Marie McClaln, Elizabeth SallOnaInaallarray '

< Stare DH Sea. 9 a.m.-1 p.m.CLACK'S ,and Maxine Jackson were among members Being GOOD YEARSERVICE

for club prizes. t
TEXKB TASTY
Peepfo are In the mood for fun theee Leona Bennett was guest player.'

CHOPPED 5 $ 00 Alvenla Striven, Lois Avery, Ann McIntosh, AnnieB. STOREDOWNTOWN. _
toys-and part of the fun Is Pepsi. 1
Minatee, and Johnnie Mitchell were among members -
Aa4 nothing drenches your thirst PSI-COIA SIRLOINS Vn: .
present....N.........................-....
fee[ a cold,Inviting Pepsi
ST.
MONROE
AT
So think young-say"Pepsi pleaee! Ie sore to see BIOGKAFRT every Wed. Hignt on Channel 4 Joshua "Jay Jay" Williams is under the weather. BROAD

....... ., ,. .. We are wishing for bin a speedy return to good OPEN Till 8 Pint El 44471
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_f p ".- ,- : :: FLORIDA S'JAR PAPERS. SATURDAY 88nlltl 23i3- _


s -:_ Weeiawn Prtsbytoria* Famed Choir Appearing Here This Week YOMt.- Ararat Holiness Will Host

PJ 3->>4 iI ";Anniversary S CHURCH MITES i: T :: tilt y ys iil Annual Assembly. StartiM"5 Htv." 28**\* I.

By L.N. PEARSON. S t.
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Pallbearers Lodge No Church School will begin The annual Assembly of Evangel lit Robi.soa"
; the Church of God Power response .hy, the *,st.4.
228. of which Mrs. Marguerite Sunday. November 24 ,
s in Jesus will convene in both from Mrpo\:t. +
Dennis is presi-
at 9:30 a.m. with super- :
Saturday Mighty deV t>-
Mt. Ararat Holiness
dent will observe its intendent T.V. Huger in ,,
x ayy -'> Church 2018 W. 9th St. tioas. The Young Peoftftt
,
second anniversary Friday -
f
charge. The Morning warship
t jo _
"- starting Thursday Nov. program will be r
Nov. 22. at 8 p. m. service will beginat
in Mt. Ararat Educational 28 at 7:30 p.m. and ducted by Mi..i..r '
10:55 with Rev.
a.m.
4 closing Sunday Dec. 1, Roberts and Mle/i*,",
Building.A P. D. Wilson, pastor, Oil
with the Bishop pre- Billingnlea.Jacksoerille.. ,
program will be pre- preaching the sermon : -<
J" ,
sented with Mrs. M. L. supported both choirs siding. :r. 4
by .: _
Sunday. 10 a.>
The nightly slate of
Johnson serving as mis- with C.E. Simmons, Jr.
I e events follows: day School 2oadvc&4 by j
and
tress of ceremonies
at the
Mrs. Everlina Dunn. The Children organ. and Youth Thursday night: devotions -...., Superintendent- f.S.
led by Deacon Williams -. Smith; 11 a.a d1....
sp eaker. Hour will at 6:00 :
begin and Deaconess led by ..... : ;
Participants on the The Junior choir
program include John P.O.will rehearse at this 13i Walthour both of Jack- and Deacon es

Francis Mrs. Reno hour. Mrs. Fred D. Davis sonville. Welcome address consecration .UI

Woods Mrs. Ella Single- will play. The Evening Mother Maggie tion
tonMrs. Bonnie Frazier Hall: response. Evangelist Biihoa..a. d
Vespers will begin at F
1 G. E. Brooks both dinner_ to be r
Mrs Arleatha Tucker
7: 00 .
___ Mrs. Arline Parker. Miss p.m.Tuesday.. November 26, .... of Jacksonville; sermon. 1 p.m.

Ida Bacon and M. T. both choirs will rehearse __ Evangelist Robinson; The Woaenn pro
1 Brown in the FellowshipHall I J.' response Evangelist will start at BBtellJ 2:3Gf: !!

Among those listed to of the church at FRIDAY NIGHT RECITAL The famed Johnson C. Smith University's Choir will be presented here Fridaj r Williams, host pastor. with Mother

appear on the program 8 p.m. Miss Jacqulyne night Nov. 22 at 8 p.m. under sponsorship of the North Florida Chapter of J.C. Smith University Alumni -. Friday night:devotions, son and Sinter RiliP'It.Williams Maflry' :.

are the Southside Female Smith is rehearsing with Association and the music department of Woodlawn United Presbyterian inj sanctuary located a t Deacon M. Dudley and Roseburr. Bishop "">"
Chorus, Mrs. Ira Prince, these choirs and is Cleveland and Woodlawn Rds. The Choir is currently touring Florida's major cities. Mother Chattmon; sermon in charge.

Mr. Rudolph. Mrs. Mollie very helpful to the -

Albritton Mrs. N. R. choirs and church. The Union .. f

Lowe Mrs. L.B. Campbell choirs are in need of
and the duo composed of singers. Wednesday, Nov. Choir To ? 1L
Mrs. Mary Hartsfield and
27, Mid-week prayer ser- 15th
Mrs. Josephine Brown. vice will be directed by -
All members of the Elder J.B. Darby and Choir 2 of

lodge have been requested Deacon Ellen N. Greenein munity AME If

: to meet at Mt. the Conference room observe its
Ararat at 7:30, Friday
versary
of the church_ at 7:30 p.
Nov. ,22 in uniform for t'3
J nu- ;'-r *'. .- : t p.m. in r

.the' 'l 'anniversary. pbservance. No man is old until he auditorium,

-.L U.: .. yesterdays tomor begins rows.living instead in the of the Everson event Sts.Principal LI f ,,\ _.


r'Second": Baptist Robert V. M

K Emanuel Baptist principals

:Announces Services
(-. .., Church Ordination selection
Coo ture Rev. ; I iUW4 _
Baptismal: '! services will Services November 26 selection, f ;
-be.held in Second Baptist
Church, Tuesday night du- Ordination serviceswill Male Chorus; 1' i

":ring. the Prayer of Faith bd held in Emanuel dress, Miss __ ___
*Hour:.-R. .. Jackson as- Baptist Church. Tuesday de r; ;
sisted by others will night. November 26. for speaker 4
Rev. H. Perry. Burls; V f
open the meeting at 7 p.m. I
offering,
'und Joint fellowship ser-
the pastor Rev. J.C.
vices will beheld at Mt. Jones and
iSaas.will administer the
Ararat Baptist Church der; p A
water rites. _
Sunday November 24, at Tommie L. ,, "
:
:. Services for Sunday will
2:30 p.m. The pastor. marks, choir x y :..' r 11 ,'.. .'
,;begin with the Sunday
Rev. S.L. Badger will dent J. A. '
%School"'at 9: 30 ,a.m. with : )
deliver the sermon.Choirand Mrs.
C.'M. Vaught and L. C. Usher Board 2 will benediction. ,. ; :

'Chester. charge. serve.' .r_ ;..:...wq:' _... ............. .....,. r. :.v'T ;
The pastor will, review *.:,:. '. :The male chorus will "
Courtesy of The New York Historical Society.New York City,Robert 1..Stoort C.M <*'oa ,, ...
the lesson 'The Ministryof meet Saturday at 7:30
p.m. Choir 3 will spon- ", ," ..
Reconciliation", and


deliver the major the services.Consecration sermons for. 'den-' .for. tea sor from. 26th SUnday.a 4 Thanksgiving to St.Memorial 6. November P.m. at 1598W. 24. the Society 30th I host Fete No. Thanksgiving Day will be a happier,:;:f




held choir cons.at and deaconesses 10:45Morning usher: u.13:.VillXbe:!_".:: :;, ,,.... Terminate ContestNovember Church Pallbearers 30th America You more meaningful day. ;: < ,;>> l

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worship will can lift i I Yf
24th t Sunday, Nov. ,isfife.
be held at 5: 45 p.m.with your j :- > ,;-, t.
p.m. in ... ; t.w. -.. Q. 'I& :!
Mrs. R.H. Morris- The Baby Contest in r--\V', '
set te a"ntf( AlexanderHeard Alexander Memorial Meth- Church, Mrs. this week )_;4.;_, ; .', 'for a "thank-you visit" to your Church or Synagogue -, .:',.
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inv\charge.: odist Church will term Mathis; ,'.' f "
Rycning service will be inate Sunday November nounced. '

h fDt-7p.m. 24, at 3:00: p.m. A well Choir Plans:- Thanksgiving Services
The Belle Waters Choir The contestants and program is Of Christ Mrs. Bertha Belle To
sponsors are: Michael the public AnniversaryThe Thanksgiving services
and Junior Usher Board
David Brown Mr. & Mrs. Celebrants will be held in Mt. Zion
Celebrate 6th
will serve Sunday and In Heaven AnniversaryM Macedonia Baptist
Kht. David Brown; Kimberly clude office ,I Church Choir II will observe Baptist Church Soata-
,
Tuesday The Sunday: School officers < Michell Harris Mr. & and guests of 4'F. It t Bertha Belle sebum, Willie M. its 54th anniversary ,side, November 28, at

t and Teachers Mrs. Earl Harris and 6.10.14.18.20. be celebrated mother of the African Thompson. Jane Powell, Monday night, November 11 a.m. 1\81'\ Sddi.'Taylor -
Clarence Thomas III, Mr. United Church 1129 Mil- will deliver the
at the Church -
Council will be held Rev. W.C. solos Lucille Buff t, 25, at 8 p.m. at .
-
& Mrs. Clarence ThomasSr.
host pastor. Written in Heav-' nor St., will celebrate Easter Powell Ethel the church. 3 er on.
Friday night at 7
p.m.
her ,
I Rd.. Bish-. i sixth anniversary Buffort Betty Howard,

pastor. beginning Sunday. Nov. Reneth Woods. -\
-j4 will openi 24 at 8:30 p.m. in the Gospel groups: McCall, ii

? with Mrs. S.M. church: -a trli ori um. Golden Gospel. Davis :T

11L 83D charge and Mrs. \ Deacon Willie Steward and Traveling Stars.

) pianist will conduct the devotions Elder Marion Bufort and
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1824 W. YPW and Mrs. Alma Deacon Johnson will head I

4L It 2 LOCATIONS and at 6 Usher p.m. Board welcome Wright will address.give the the Mrs.finance Will committeeand Roseburn FOR THAT

_ SERVE TOO throughout Other program features will serve as mistressof ROOM ADDITION _
I Visitors are will include: ceremonies and sec-

Brother Eddie Belle retary.DEATHS. GARAGE CARPORT lATH ...

I I response; readings. E. .r any renratenaz you may *vA. ran ALTO -N"
= LOAD I I TION. Inc., for a qua.Ut.1do.t &'''ce you can aIHirtI.YMV
HEAVY WESTERN BEEF SALE!
rourtrtzrt Gray Hair take pride in showing your ACTO J d to JFMT ......

tow AT THtSf rucn (NOWN FULL SWING)3rd BIO WEEK *s Liquid I: NOTHING DOWN-UP TO>,7 YEARS TO !AY i

Every' nun on the ACTO team ha* ted at 1nII
SAVE UP TO 20c A POUND DENNA
.
experience is budding We wlB .cheerfully five free advise
COLORER and estimate to assist you in the ftfannfaff of tht wtrkwant. feet

Now gray hair in 10 Lamar Jackson. 1517 W. } :

_ 1/2 BEEF Wf CUT No pack. No Mrs. Ruth Atwater 83-A 34th Street. !

...AND WRAP can put it on Chelsea Street. Thomas Gilmore 2420 So. ACTO CONSTRUCTION, .

_ F.V.4.VrIT THE PREMIER WAY NOTH1KQ / George Davis. 1442 W. Lincoln Ct. 222 South Matte Phone 353.9'
'TORN HAIR 27th Street. Roy T. Thomas, 650 N. t.
ARMOUR'S YOUNG NORLINE RTODISI Rev. Charles Bowman. Lincoln Ct. ..
i5 E. 3rd Street.
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not rub off. it

HENTURKEYS 39 several Booths. Rev.4101 Matthew Moncrief Johnson.Road. BEAVER STREET SEAFOODS

.sea bathing. Henry B. Byrd St. Headquarter tor the Finest and Freshest Seafood Available .
waving Augustine. 2677 W. BEAVER-WEST OF McDUFF AVE. EV -2ft! __

straightening Jessie Dial. 2518 Mon- Neither Storm Nor Hail Nor Hurricane Bothers Us.We H-.' :
8-10=i AVG.
-- -- takes It off. crief Road.Theodore Plenty Plenty Fish at Ridiculous Prices The Quality It IsTbt. ** ,

WHOLE Gtt. HAW any gray Commonwealth Jenkins.Avenue.2052 -Come and Get'em

how stub- THURS.-FRI. b SAT. SPECIALS-OPEN FlU. b SAT. from 7 A.M. to 7 ,..MeI
1 FRESH C BEEFHINDS caused. BLACK Mrs. Elizabeth Hicks
120 Orange Street. ,
I!I THE SIZE WILL AMAZE TOO SIWIP PUIM SIB Lt 'KtJt
;
Mrs. Alberta Richardson
FOR I '
5702 Veron Road. ao
: T PIG J. IlO' UP. Mrs. Beatrice Coachman SIRDP nFm HEAILFS3 KmItnl LL 49' OCLtM aBiIw I La. .l II

F E WITH Callahan. nUN CLAW CAAA MIAT, U.fttSM ............". .n
HEAVY WESTERN Waving Leonard V. Patrick. 1630W. DOLLAR SALE %VMIT( CtAB MIA, U.USM ... .........11 '
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AVG.-WHT 60=
cLAw eau flNCUS. Nr c.. ...'....M
as directed Union. KING MACKUIt STtAKS. IB. .-".........,......
THIFTY BRAND SMOKED Colors Mrs. Rushie B. Stokes. f'Iti3f CAUGHT MDLLEl.t LBS sun WATts CAnttH. Lft.rttSM ..,.. ...........
: Black. $ CAUCMT: sPEC TROUT l,- ... ."...fie
LARGE BAKING ? Median Brown. Oakland Georgia.Mrs. SHRIMPBOAT HUTIMC.-4 LBS. lID SMAmi. ia,. P......... L*. ..'.....' Sle
29 PICNICS MOM WlVCKID orrnu. rt. >. ..... .. .1,18
B.
'
L Moss
box $2.50 pins Fannie SALT lATER BREAM..4 LBS.
HENS I .. KING CIA caws ux>.. !ks '.. ...., He.
Tax 1698 Hiram Street gig CIAS CLAWS .. Ift u.c-, .....
POUND SKEEPEHEAD.. LB5PBEEH C..*...... L... L"I' 10
'n ww...t...wntau Charlie Williams. 5222 DAINTY UTTU toirrta TAIU. LB. ...*. ..II"
PHARMACY Rita Street. CADOIT l tAf..4 LBS. MANGO 1M""'" .
Ml..SIZE aiD ASL u. "t .. '.... ,. 4Se.
"' I **'?*, Mrs. Sarah M. Robinson PAN JPISL .4 LBS. "ISH CAUGHT rtOUMDUt, t... ..4tiT
li lilt
latch Tie Kn KifcM Sliw TY Cfcaiel 1 s Rd. hi:, Fla. 1853 E 22nd Street. .
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Bridge a Club Holds Tourney Congressman"Out Jax Mother Births i Triplets -.: !


Powelled""

t
Powell's Junket


WASHINGTON -- (ANP--- x
An Ohio Congressman made x f "aP ,. w h
r controversial Adam Clayton
s, X Powell look like a picker as f'
a free loading junketeer.Rep. .

iv Wayne Hays returned
from Europe last week from antUexpensepaldbytaxes

$ trip
to which be took three female
d secretaries an Ohio businessman -
F friend the wife of a Senator

and a Negro'Waiter.
: Powell who aroused a storm
Of criticism on a similar junket ..

a took along only two secretaries,
IA one white and the other beauty

contest runner-up.
The colored member of Hays' I

tIL L entourage was ErnestPetinaud,
Jj head waiter of the House of ,

0 Representatives' restaurant.At 1
first Is was reported that
Peticaud, who speaks French T

rKIWl fluently, would serve as a sort
DRIVE BEGINS---Mrs. Ezekiel (Ruth) Smith mother of boy triplets bora -
r of laislon man for die Congress
......- men who officially went abroad Oct. 19 at Duval Medical Center-the third such occurence in Duval medical w

f COMPETITION among experienced players was remarkably Mrs, Vivian Moore. Mrs. Evelyn Calvin to attend a conference of North history, --is shown at Daylight Stores' Moncrief and 21st St. facility .

displayed recently when members of the Ka- Powell Mrs. Rudine Watson Mrs. Lorraine Mrs. Leola Atlantic Treaty Organization. receiving a supply of Carnation Milk which will be furnished the .
Littles, However, later It was explainedthat
babies their formula feeding period. Daylight Groceries is
throughout
perettes Bridge Club and their guests engaged In Miss Marva Davis and hostess Montgomery. Petinaud had "earned his
Seated the first to support the Florida STAR in its current projectto
several spirited rounds in the home of hostess A.R. from left are: Mrs. Leola Powell Mrs Rudine Watson keeps" bussing dishes and waitIng company

Montgomery" 1810 w. 10th St. Prize winners were: Mrs. Evelyn Gal vin. Mrs. Vivian Moore on the Congressional group. relieve the Sniths wherever possible in alleviating additional fiBaa'j
Mrs. Leola Powell first; Mrs. Rudine Watson Mrs. Fleet Alexander. and Hays' group reportedly had a cial problems during the Initial care of Joseph Larry" Jacob Marvin and .,

second; Mrs. Evelyn Calvin third; and Mrs. NarvaDavifl Marian Flower*.Trs. Standing from left: Mrs. good time in Gay Paree and James Daniel Smith. Shown making presentation to Mrs. Smith are Noises fi-

fourth. Mrs. Fleet Alexander won the guest Turner Mrs. Elizabeth Mathye Montgomery; Miss Myrtle Petinaud himself admitted thatit Small assistant store manager and Mayer Cohen advertising and public
awar'd. Meuse Mrs. Lorraine Lit was a wonderful experience. relations director for Daylight Groceries. Organizations and individuals _
Members
present were: Mrs. Marian Flowers ties and Miss Marva Davis.
(Royal Art Photo) Enlisted men manning a poolof wishing to support the project may contact the STAR. The Smiths reside ,
cars and other vehicles made
at 5852 Avenue B. (Royal Art Photo )
available the
. African{ Refused.' Harlem's Schools Births Triplets Attorney Wins gressmen to in Paris touring reported con-that ,

Service By Termed 'Inferior" they calls forsight-seeingandnight-received most of their Nurse Becomes Ghana Wins Major Given-
PHILADELPHIA -- (ANP) Political Wrangle First AwardeeWASHINGTON
Mrs. Harold Henry. 25. wife of clubbing.
Atlanta Cafe NEW YORK -- (ANPA These same servicemen said Festival AwardSAN Munitions Post
a machinist employed at the, With WilkinsPHILADELPHIA (ANP) -- .i..,
Negro educator whose research Philadelphia Naval Roy they doubted that the congressmen The Federal Nursing Service -
Base last
WASHINGTON --(ANP) -- A into the psychological evils of week attended more than one Award FRANCISCO--(ANP)- JOLIET 1'
distinguished African visitor school segregation was a factorIn of gave birth to the first (ANP) session of the conference. S. was presented to Mary The West African nation of Major William E.RJclt&rcH.recently -
who expressed a de= set triplets born here in Cecil B. Moore Harper R.N., Ph.D., asso- Ghana was cited at the Seventh returned from
reportedly the 1954 Supreme Court desegregation 10 Any. ,presidentof Their expenses were met out ciate chief of a one year
sire to"see" how Negroes are decision, last week nearly The years. all the Philadelphia branch of of United States foreign funds. for research Veterans nursing Administration service annual San Francisco Inter- tour of duty In South Vietnam
treated in the United States triplets, boys and the NAACP last week national Film Festival which has been
got came out in opposition to the In emergedas While Powell took along hospital. Montrose assigned as maintops'
his wish last week when .he, transferring of children of pounds ranging 15 weight from three a strongman in organi- charming Miss Corrine Huff, N.Y., at the recent 70th annual, closed here last week for pro- production officer at the JoSet
his white State Department Negro and white middle-class pounds. 11 ounces, to four zational affairs, political issue, the ex-beauty contestant on his of the Association of viding the best complete news- ArsenaL HB formerly lived
born meeting
ounces, were
traveling companion and -two parents to Harlem schools because within nine minutes and apparently came out on top. tour, Hays' group included eight Military of the United reel coverage during the two In Topeka KM. t-t &
at Surgeons
Episco-
Negro Atlantan were thrown out he believes such schoolsto pal HospitaLBoth Rebuked by Wilkins for sup- wives of die congressmen in States, here. weeks of competition. A native of New York City.
of an Atlanta restaurant. be "woefully Inferior." mother and porting Mayor James Tate for addition to wife of the late The award Is "Ghana News Issue No. 99, Major Richards received his -
Abu'B.. Magba Kamara. politician Dr. Kenneth B. Clark pro- reported to be in fine babies condition.However were. reelection Moore an outspokenand Sen. Euste Kefauver of Ken- to a member of given the annually nursing "produced by the Ghana Film as. degree In 1842 from New-
and secretary generalof fessor of psychology at City the babies militant civil rights leader tucky. Included In the Hays'group services of the Industry Corporation was one York university. Upon completion
the Veterans organization of college here took the positionIn placed in were here, refused to back down and also were three female Air Force. Public Army Health Navy Ser-, of 22 entries from countries of training at the Or---
Slerr Leone and a delegate an address at a luncheonof an incubator as a then found his position consolidated secretaries, a business man vice or Veterans Administration judged during the festival. now Is the time for all rood
from that country to the UN the New York Chapter of the precautionary measure. when Tate Was reelectedby friend of the Ohio congressman, for Poland won the No. 1 film dinance Officer Candidate .
was unavailable for commentfollowing American Jewish Committee at a narrow margin. Moore Insists -, and a staff member of the House In outstanding the advancement accomplishment of prize and was awarded the school he was commissioned a
the Incident which occurred the Plaza HoteL Catholic Bishops Tate owes his reelectionto Foreign Affairs Committee.In professional It carriesa festival's Golden Gate Award second lieutenant In 1944. He
Nov. 12. Dr. Clark thus disagreed'with Negroes, In the close con- Its brief trip to Paris, the cash award nursing.of$500. for the movie, "How To Be attended the Armed Forces "
Dr. Bell who stated they were integration leaders who have Urge Civil Rights test with Republican James Mc- Hays group did virtually every- Loud" Special Weapons school inttfff.
Mrs. Harper was born In 1919at =
forced to leave the restaurantby been urging as a means of ad- Dermott. thing Powell's party did. The festival concluded with a His overseas service Includes -
the police under threat of Justing the racial Imbalancein Legislation Support Upon learning that Moore was Members of Hays' delegationput Fort Mitchell Ala. She was presentation ball at the St. tours In Gram Saipaa
arrest, added that they were the schools. Harlemschoolsare supporting Tate's candidacy up In a swank Paris hotel graduated from TuskegeeInsti Francis HoteL More than 600 the Marianne Islands. Korea '.
set upon by a waitress and the virtually all-Negro. The Washington The Catholic Wilkins fired pff a telegram visited night clubs, were tute School of Nursing In 1941 delegates and guests from 13 and Japan. His military decorations -
restaurant owner almost from Harlem district Is populated almost bishops of the United States reminding the Philadelphia squired around Paris, and were and holds B.S. and M.Ed degrees countries, including the United Include the Array
the time they entered. exclusively by Negroesand believe "recent events in the branch president of the leisurely flown there and backto from the University of States attended. Commendation Ribbon Good =_
Their presence so enragedMr. Puerto Ricans. national community have NAACP's "policy of nonparte- the States Minnesota and a PhD. degree Conduct Medal Army Reserve
from St. Louis 1.......*........
Leb the owner, declared Dr. Clark took the positionthat severely tested our bonds of sanshlp. university. and UN Korean medals.
Bell that a scuffle ensured transfers of students will union" but that such testingwill Wilkins' telegram demandedthat
during which Kamara was not affect positively the edu- strengthen them.A Moore retract the endorse-
shoved by Leb.During the slight cation of any child" and would statement in their name, ment.
melee. Bell said Leb unsec- disrupt the education process.He issued this week by the Execu- Moore did nothing of the kind. .
cessfully tried.to take cameras termed the transfer sugges- tive Office of the National He kept right on opposing Mc- .

belonging (o ) mata and Han- tions "unrealistic, irrelevant, Catholic Welfare Conference Dermott, and two other candidates .. .'
cock. emotional and diversionary"and says "the full power of the He also fired back a

One of the waitresses pickedup said they "...do not meet state" should be put behind strongly worded telegram at
a chair, said Bell and was the central problem of Integration civil rights in the broad sense Wilkins, saying:
about to strike Kamara frombe- and the high quality of 'of the phrase: "Your telegram concerningthe )
hind when she was stopped by education to be provided for "A major element of our political action of the Phial- U
the restaurant owner. all children." heritage has been the trans- delphla Branch Is In direct Y I ., lit
In an apparent fit ,of rage. On the other hand Dr. Clark lation of the rights of man contradltion to the resolutions
Leb reportedly called Kamara"a criticized educators for their conferred by God, into civil adopted at our annual conventionin QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED ." ;;;
'
black b------'! and attitudes toward Negro and rights guaranteed by the state. Chicago. I respectfully call .,
threatened to get a gun and Puerto Rican children. He compared The full power of the state is your attention to the Section 12 )

shoot him. He reportedly told the tendency of those expected to protect the human of the Report of our ((19)54 SPECIALS GOOD THRU SUNDAY AT EDGEWOOD AND AVENUE B .'.iiI
the African to "go back where responsible for the education of person in his individual and Annual Convention Resolution i
you dame from. these children to blame the social aspects namely, as at which provides as follows: .
Finally when the police children and their parents for once the beneficiary and the "Reaffirming the Associ- SMOKED WHOLE or GRADE 'A' HENTURKEYS ;':
arrived Bell said they were the pervasive educational retardation architect,of the 'good society" ation's traditionalpoUcy .
told they would be arrested If' with the earlier argument The bishops believe "for- partisanship, we call upon our SHANK HALF
they did no; leave. that Negroes were biolo- getfulness of God" and "pre- branches and members to ;
Bell sent a telegram toSec- gically or Imately Inferior." occupation with the physical" oppose those candidates whose ::
retary of State Dean Rusk pro- Impede solution of the race record and pronouncements do

testing the Incident. ............. problem: not support our civil rights
"The first step in meetingany objectives'."
racial problem is to treat HAMS

aU men and women as persons, GlobetrottersSlate
,._ For Ute best b in values, nerchandise' without reference to patternsof .

& of tatass. difference. But forgetfulness U. S. .ty'- )
aftrociatiio SEE
yoar of God (which is the defect 12-14 Ibs.
.
t of secularism) and pre- '

occupation with the physical Holiday Tour .
I : R.y.s! Jcwtltifs (which is the effect of material- 43 12 Ibs-up 39*.

1 ism) prevent this first step. Chicago ----- The specta- LB. LB. :

I| 326 MAiN STREET cular Harlem Globetr tters will

Detroiter GetsNation's spend the Thanksgiving holiday
season in the mid-west this
.:' JMXSINYIUE 2, FLA. PftNE EL 39183i year opening a nine-game tour BLUE PLATE

First in Chicago Friday, Nov. 22,
i i t.* [Jacksl ile's M st t I lidepiidnt t leI 1 airs] and winding up the whirlwind
New Car Grant jaunt In Detroit on No. 30th.
The fabulous Trotters led by VEGETOLE = -
Meadowlark Lemon basketball's MAYONNAISE
DETROIT -- (ANP) -- A
clown prince are expected -
Looking for m svra cur* Negro who was granted a "new to draw crowdsat __
capacity
car" dealer's franchise the
by each of the nine cities
they
for winter dtatmfwt Chrysler Corporation has
visit with the largest crowds
credited his appointment on the
;' lit tow cHi' far-sightedness of the companyand in expected the opener at the atDetrdf Chicago sOlyin-Stadium 33 39 C

its awareness of the vast Quart CAN
pia in the finals. 3 LB. -
Negro market.He .
Jlmptepuneor Midwest fans will have the
Is Edward Davis, a car
dealer since 1937 when he started Trotters opportunity play to see under the the dazzling direction licit one sill $5.00 or core food order IM 1 one Witt $5.80 v axe .tot tti*
r out on a used-car lot. He
of Coach Inmanjackson
is believed be the I
to only Negro
for the first time. Jackson.oneof

Mfec in the wall with among any 35.000 of the franchise Big Three holders automobile originator the game's of Trotters'greatest,famous is the FARM HOUSE FROZEN FRUIT PIES, Large size 25* ti -


>Hwj forced alt .. Chrysler companies.Vice-president was razzle-dazzle the first pivot star play.of the He APPLE CHERRY PEACH SWEET :;:

tat at f fleer level C.C. Briggs In announcing team's Internationally famous ",

Davis's his qualifications appointment,and praised said "floor Twenty-five show.. Jack U. -S. GOOD RIB STEAK IB.( : 65$ POTATOES

Davis' firm will serve as a years ago XL'- !
was caeof the most famous
outlet for the
"major
players in the game and the

,...You CUI .nd tin mUwy of cold floor dIsc.-. company/"He wealth of super-star of the Trotters. At
brings a new
forts quickly! ,M9y.conftmkaSy and used car sales experience Owner the start Abe of the current season KEBURG LETTUCE J LARGE HEAD 19C

Paa ldr .....bMttno-tMP' with Saperstein turned
The Pipe gtv IRON him Briggs said adding the reins over to "Jack." and .
floor warawr.ctflingi coota-bacauM ft deImrI "...We anticipate that his new be has been
forced air bt at floor...... dealership will be a 750 to 1.000 doing an excellent
Job the boss says. =
Caa be placid! against a waB or fuBy rtcrotrf.FuBy new car volume operations." Back In the days when Jack: SUGAR CURED SMOKED BACON LB. SLICED 39$
Briggs said Davis qualifications
automatic.Low first coat,low .installation was stirring the Globetrotters
cost, low epvatiftfl cost. Safety vtnUd.of court and background "make; usually traveled in an old automobile -
Com la or can tor fug **fcfl -CASY TERMS. him eminently qualified and we
... : or !in a rickety bus. .
,
that he selected
are delighted 1 Today they travel in the finest

L pomfa Jy fIIuJIII! Cfcrysler-PlTmomh.After starting his" used-car style a big usually difference! by"plane. Jack-"Ifs MUELLER'S ELBOW MACARONI 8 02. PXEIB. .. iQG

business In '37 Davis in J9.0.became says
r
IN 9fattt M.to Mauna son. "But I guess it should .
a franchised Studebaker
be that! way. After all,we're 100
'Ie.
r PIttM EL i-NII dealer and continued it until 1 "
war 3 &.cl really big league nay .
1958. He
rt
Aug. was a a' The Globetrotters wiUplay in FRESH PORK ROAST 27$ -
GOOD HOUSEKEEPING president for Floyd Rice Inc., Lansing. Mich., co Thanksgiving .J:
before last week's announce:
: ment of his Chrysler- Day. "Every year,** LB.'I .
GAS CO. Coach Jackson says "we have

1S5S HAINB HV;...ON THt DCFtttSWAY Plymouth Valiant Imperial 1 our Thanksgiving turkey Indifferent a CAIIK HOME MEAL Sis, P.J1S. 25*.
dealership. ,
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--- -:1(.it? Fla. A-''& M--Stu' eats 'Tapped:; ; :;TAlLAHASSEI: : FLORIDA NEWS =t. :Academy Offers Opportunitiesf' ;.


For Who's Who In U.S. Colleges .. .
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TALLAHASSEE--Nineteen students from Florida |tA & M Fetes: Staffer Nat'I Magazine I i r.t1

A&M University have been selected to appear in ; : ... 'N < {_"_ r

1963-64 edition of Who's Who Among Students in Cites A&M "

American Universities and Colleges according toaD

announcement made this week by U.H. Miles Band Director *

Acting Dean of Students at the University. TALLAHASSEE The band '
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directing talents of a

Membership in the organization Jacquelyn Johnson, foods former Kansas City

is limitedto nutrition and institu- Kansan are highlightedin

those students who tional management i and an article in the

I have maintained a cumulative Janes Woodard. history. November issue of

average of 3.0 Ebony Magazine."The. \

t and.have actively par- GJC Hears Best Band in the ,

ticipated in three or Land a feature on

1 more campus organiza- Top Educator Florida A&M.Univarsit1'fabulous *
tions. Students who I Bv "Marching

Have a cumulative ST. PETERSBURG Gibbs "
100, is also a success
average of 2.7 may become Junior College students
'. story about Dr. William
observing American Edu- ; k. -;:-
members. ; .."" .. Patrick Foster head of INTERVIEWS HIGH SCHOOL STUDH1TS--Lt. Aadrew MI le-
Among those selr.ctpflfor I cation Week with a the FAMU Music Depart-
I .. .. i man Jr. recruiter from the United State CoastGuard
the current school special assembly Wednesday it r '1- .. < f ment and director of the Academy of New London Connecticut was a

year areJothan: Callins, heard one of the <: -L-: '>" ,"i. f school's bands.A recent vist.tIto the Florida MM .Universitycampus.
]i. _ _
music Conchita Clarke county's top educational ,. 'S .-;;;., native of Kansas City His primary mission WAS to recruit interested -

I music. Fletcher Gibson, official emphasize the PERSONNEL WORKER HONORED---Mrs. Mary J. Riley recently retired counselor Kas. Dr. Foster was high school seniors and college frwh-

,1 pharmacy. Roosevelt Hol- need for moral and of women at Florida MM: University opens and displays her gifts ata graduated from Northeast men for appointment to the Coast Guard Aoadcay at

lomon. mathematics. spiritual education. luncheon in her honor as co-workers look on. Shown looking on, from Junior and Summer High New London. Connecticut. Shown above is Arttwr E.

Phyllis Johnson ele- Roy Kinnick assistantsuperintendent left to right are Dr. George W. Gore Jr., president of the university: Teele Jr. a senior at Florida MM! UniversityHigh
Schools in that
of instruction Mrs. Edna M. Calhoun associate dean of students in charge of women; city School. 1 .
education Pene- -
mentary
Mrs. George. Gore Jr.; Warren H. Shirley, associate dean of studentsin and received his higher _
lop Jones, psychology for Pinellas
charge of men; and Mrs. Amerique C. Briggs counselor in McGuinn education at the University -
j Willard Watson. Library County Schools told of Kansas YES WE ALL TALK "
Hall. Mrs. Riley formerly lived and taught in Nashville Tenn., and ..
science, Barbara J.11- more than 700 junior Uni-
Richmond Va. Lawrence; Wayne
l college students that SUBSIDIARY MOTIONS "
ams. music. anA
Vern it y. D a t ro it. ..60.. .
the nation can -b e By Marcus H. Boulware ,
Also included are Director Guild At A8 I M Receive At Fla. A &M Columbia University.
Clarence Holmes, political strengthened through New York City. He is a Subsidiary motions are designed to n dify
sc-ience. Marie moral and spiritual Testing Center (change wording of the main motion), enrto
2 Awards From U. S. Department son of Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
values. get rid of the main motion either temporarily -
Alford elementary
t Jj To Be SetupTALLAHASSEE liam R. Tucker who '
education John R. Foxx, Recognizing the limitations received or permanently.
TALLAHASSEE.---Florida A&M University live at 359 Troup Ave. >
-- Florida Examples of subsidiary motion are:
of the school in
pharmacy. Gladys Gary,' two honors this' week through the cumulative efforts Kansas City. Kas. : 11-
religious education; Mr: J' A&M University has been 1) To postpone indefinitely. .
clothing and textiles. of"Dr.-S. Randolph Edmonds, and membersofthe.Department .JJr
Kinnick told, the students Playmakers Guild designated as a testing 2) To amend ,
Franklin Hamilton. of Drama and the I'
that such 4-- training a.......................*.. center for the nation- Staffer Joins 3)) To postpone definitely
chemistry. of FAMU. of 4) To refer to a coaaiittee ".P
Others include: Betty Should begin at home and A Certificate of Esteem serve as a member of the wide administration Week-Long Tour 5) To limit a debate ).
:.then the church should the National Teacher
J| Harden, sociology.- was ,awarded to Dr. Edimportant Central com 6) To call for the previous tSiI
Gwendolyn Marshall, elementary ':step in a build a monds and the Playmakers miteee for the National Examinations on Feb. 15 ST. PETERSBURG Gibbs 7) To lay on the' table .* :s '

education dynamic program of instruction November\ 4, J>y the DeUniversity Theatre. Fes- 1964. Dr. A.A. Abraham. Junior College's Direc- QUESTION:' Can more than one anin, ,n,1.100:
Juliette Saunders,mathematics -. to tridge the partment of Defense; and tival. Director of the Test tor of Placement and Vocational -

Charles "Wynder. gdp between home and the preceding week Dr. presented"in grati- Service Bureau an- Guidance Coun- come before the assembly at one ti.*?--L.P.

nounced. ANSWER Only .one main notion emu be
:
physical education. school. Edmonds wasinvited to tude for the entertain-.,. for the selor.Miss E.E. Perkins .
ment tour of Armed- Applications is one of 30 persons brought before the assembly at one time.
_I II I A & M Hosts School I Secretaries examinations and Bulle-
Forces installations"by tin of Information describing taking part in a READERS: For my parliamentary chart of

the Florida A&M Uni- registration Pharmacy OccupationalTour motions send one dollar' to cover cost of

versity Plnymakers. the be obtained sponsored by handling to Dr. Marcus.H. Boulware. Bqx
procedures may
<'-r a'a 1 Defense Department citation from the Test Florida A&M University. 310-A Florida A&M University Talla-

.. was accompanied bya hassee Fla. Zip code 32307.
Service Bureau, Florida ,
r letter from Cyrus R. ***************

Vance, Secretary of the A&M University. About People
S
Army who stated 'En The wedding bells will the National Jamboree
Accident Ridden TAM Guild
tertainment from home soon ring for Miss Bern- have only until November

_ is extremely popularwith Proved ThaJ "Show Must Go On" ice G. Jenkins an A&M 25 to register with their

our servicemen and graduate. The groom is twenty-five dollars. To
TALLAHASSEE---Faced with the loss of four of
iy women throughout the Austin Wise Jr. son of date, we still have only
their injured in automobile accident
members an
world and is among the Mr. and Mrs. Austin Wise three boys.
he the preceding night members of Florida A&M: University -
most effective qf | Sr. Mrs. Eloise Jenkins
recreational programs s Playmakers Guild proved themselves Fjsh Baits
mother. of Bernice made I
'
/ designed to stimulateand troupers of the highest caliber here lastThurs the announcement.

k b. maintain high moralein day and Friday--and they lived up to the theatre **...*..*** For Sale

the Armed Forces." axiom: "the show must go on."
Seen at the businessmen r
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The occasion was the luncheon was M.G. Edwards Fish Bait: Red Wiggles
nell and Henry Jefferson
Leon Cites i special request per- both and Mrs. A. ausell. She (pftrurf) S1. R6 per
of
Miami had
,..+ formance of the second is president of the National t
been members of thousand
the
A&M OfficialsTallahassee edition of. the Playmakers' Business and Pro-
CONFERENCE PARTICIPANTS Shown here are some of the participants in highly successful original overseas cast fessional WOmen's Organ- Jones gardens 825
the 8th Annual Meeting and First Work Conference of the Florida State -- Leon that barnstormed in
variety show ization. P oral 8tre t, Tallahassee -
Association of School Secretaries which was held at Florida A&M University County United Fund Europe last spring. The .............
'Showtime, which
November 1-2. Mrs. Margaret Akridge, center, was one of the Chairman Uorley Brown toured for two monthsin other two. Geoffery Scouts planning to make Florida.

guest speakers and a consultant for the discussion group on 'Typewriting. presented plaques to Glover_ of New Orleans
Europe last spring
.' Mrs. Akridge is a representative of Educational Services of Florida A&M University and Herbert James of :
under the auspices of _
International Business Machines Inc. Atlanta, Ga. Shown with her officials and commendedthe the American Educational Tallahassee were new PerSDhflVALUEllBElS/

from left to right, front row are: Mrs. Ruth B. Morgan Fernandina University administration Theatre Association the additions to the show.

Beach Miss Mary Brown, Miami Mrs. E. D. Miller Miami Mrs. Josephine faculty and .
; ; ; USO. and the United *. .......... .
Cleveland Jacksonville; Miss Eugenia M. Rackard. Tallahassee; and Mrs. staff for its outstand-
Stptes Department of
Mildred D. Coakley, Fernandina Beach. Second row left to right Mrs. ing participation in the Defense.The State Licenses SET OP x00 _

Elizabeth Harney. Yulee1.; Mrs. Betty boss Miami, Mrs. L. Yvonne Wilson, 1963-64 United Fund quartet of injured SPECIAL SALE! OILY

Tallahassee, and Mrs. Pearl K. Mackey. Jacksonville. Consultants not Campaign during'a students all had leading Issued In I law \1-' mil I/" '.i,..../iur, .l 11'\ ,iLiul, .....as. r..... ? 1, .
'|k'rx''i''IK'J' I lih.l' .r d .of" ,1 n. B kv
shown are: Dr. Lucy Rose Adams, head of the Department of Business at luncheon given recentlyto Mho ,,or.J.I .Mt .' ... .,,', 1 i
roles in the production.Two ....... ,, ,. ..,.. ,
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Florida A&M University; Herman 0. Myers, Division of Finance State Department wind up the drive ,at Alachua CountyALACHUA .,, ,.1.. ,,, ,...rSO! : C
of the Injured men .i-, ,:., '" "'I' ..I.... : _ _
FAMU. "
of Educations Tallahassee; *Tilton Allen, Leon County Public "'# 1
students, Ray rd DunA .11.1'1 1. 9 .I I nI Vs
School System, Tallahassee; and Miss Viola Craig, chairman Ways and Florida A&M UniversfV. COUNTY is now Box 254J F.P.S. POSTPAID WITH

Means Committee, National Association of Educational Secretaries, the first agency in the pair of clean white wet--However. only on a J. KERNDOR Tallahas.ee, Florid FREE GIFT BOX

Washington. D. C.TALLAHASSEE. county to go "over the gloves makes a woman- very limited basis at

r -- top' in the fundraising of.any age from 3 on up- this time. I------tmc sae s 1s 1v eq parpE t.a se e tEis

ill :,, campaign reported feel like a lady, and State Beverage Direc- I _
ilf BOYS WANTED Gibbs Staffer a total of $'t 612 tor Richard B. Keating,
_ therefore look like a
Its.quota was 7500. Thursday approved the I
'
The FLORIDA STAR lady.; So, whether your
T You Earn Cash Selling Leon County also exceeded first club license for I '
Attends ConfabST. white gloves are leatheror
its quota with a the state's
Apply 2011 Owen or phone 2223025SFTOPFAuNQNOW fabric do suds them newest I
reported total of $151 to
r county vote for the
PETERSBURG Among out after every wearing. I ]
the delegates in attendance 308. sale of liquor. I

iii ::: at the Miami meet-

ing of the Adult Educa- Exhibit i Captures Awards For FAMUans I I

HAIR/ tion Association was

Gibbs Junior College's ) -c I
USE Director of Community psis Iq-w emtw-ems- --a -a tsar

Ssttett"SAVE f Services Milton Rooks. tLie

The.meeting was held


IT" at from the November Deauville 13-15 Hotel with The Big Three On W IF IKUZZIN'S

representatives atten-

"SAVI.n" (II Either*! sew formula for mn mmd ing from every state in

w*..._ ....clvct Jiign t. hel lp ,,.,,*.t lhU the nation.
.. .f lair by destroying; ac.lp b.ct..d Two of the featuresof r it tI

d.Mlrvff_ tt......*t for broking ,, ikm the meeting were: a u srattreu
(..,1.! ....d.th.r rlu*.,.,,-,PHllct...si..... panel discussion
r"ON .tu..1 ..Is. .;hi.Ivck... ....ltty ..d on the
..... issues in the more effective -
.th. c* v.HMg dart ttvbby l EfoUt* heir
_.> .. use of tele-
into th* r .1! "W. s Crw if CUry.
vision in general and .
AT LEADING COSMETIC .COUNTERSIf 1-4-1-0
dater. dec not hw"$AVE ?".tnd$1.00 for ETV in particular by 1
2 oz sue $1.50 for 4 02. jar. (U* and postage MV adult educators and a
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clwoXJtoEsther's panel. The Crisis in .j 01 YerRHia
i 50 West 125th street J -
Beauty Aids / New York 27.N.Y.t' Civil Rights."

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\. ..: r-- posted on progress of the 1963-64 Leon County United Pond cispaign and r.i; Ig 2SSH. 11k ;

I KUZZIN'S MUSIC BOX I exhibited in the city's downtown shoppind district, earned a plaque and I

$': YOUR RECORD HEADQUARTERS ; citation for Florida A&U University.A plaque received by H.R.Partridge,

business manager for the maintenance department gave recognition to .
327 North Macomb Street .
; the employees who did the creative art work on the sign and kept car GOSPELAIRESKUZZIN'S

j: GOSPEL BLUES POP JAZZ : paign figures posted and up-to-date throughout the fund raising drive

for the Leon county United Fund.Work on the alga was done by William Sanford -

II ',; 45s LPs I ... Sydney Barrington and Lonnie Anderson. Plaques were also pre JAZZARAMA a x
: sented to Dr. George W. Gore, Jr. president, and J.R.E. Lee, Jr., vice

..,. .: Join KUZZIN'S FAN CLUB! ; presldent.for the University's all-out support of the campaign In which

": 224-1816! FAMU exceeded its goal and was the first agency in the county to raise KUZZIN'S KABARET rz=
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Ireoklyn_ asIMrakd Court, Finds

Balkt. Gregory GuiltyCHICAGO

-- (ANP) ONLY AT GATE CITY
NEW YORK -- (ANP) --
The Brooklyn Academy of Comedian Dick Gregory I I $ Trade In Allowance For Your Old
Music was the setting last week was found
recently for a fine per- guilty in MunicipalCourt O MATTRESS and SPRINGS
formance by the Donald of providing "de i:::
I McKegrle<<:: dance group. He- facto" leadership in .
ti Kayle Is among the fewof Inciting de mnstrators SAVINGS: GAL(' RE -
M 0 N EY
his race successfulin to disorder at a south- .. It. BUY ki ,
-one of the highest of side school site last
the arts with a leading August by a judge who FOR -
Interracial company borrowed from civil 1 11 I

Mr. HcKayle only this rights proponents here. 1. :.. 0 OWN .
year was the recepient Civil rights leaders .
I of the coveted Capezio have accused School
\ Dance Award 'for his Supt. Benjamin C. Willis eS
.
and the city's Board of V 1
translation of deeply )
rooted American folk Education: of fosteringa 'I BUYS
materials into theatre policy of "de facto* I Wf ; OF A
dance which faithfully. segregation in the- LIFETIME!
reflect life in our schools.
\ land. Among other things the
The talented choreographer controversial superin-
1 \ '. was born in New tendent was denounced
+; _York. City and attended and militantly opposedby
\r pity. college, where he Negroes for attempting ,
.
L,began dance study. He to erect mobile
studied classic dance at classroom units for Ne-
11 the New Dance Group gro students in over-
tudio and the Martha crowded areas, insteadof
sham school. He was transferring them to
\warded a scholarship to white schools with w
>'th schools. He studied available classroomspace.
a
tnic dancing withrl
[ and began Gregory was arrested ata
I : professional Primis. career site where Willis had Gate City's Famous
t [1948. tried to erect 24 of HOTEL SPECIAL Ccr'
these mobile units. The
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project was abandoned

KEEP BEAUTIFUL AMERICA! when series Negroes of demonstrations staged a tress I Innerspring FULL or TWIN mat* S 9 5 ELgin .

at the site. SIZE. Made especially
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hotels, o p ts., and
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tory fresh material, S5-3431I
roll edge borden,
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holiday greeting 74 years Mild ft far fats
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BEAUTY CULTURISTS MEMBERS OF THE SUNLIGHT SCHOOL OF BEAUTY CULTURE GRADUATING CLASS WHO RECEIVED THIRD ROW: EVELYN BODIE LULA JONES DOROTHY GLINTON MARY REESE, URA B. BATSON ELLA LISE / ALICE
THEIR DIPLOMAS LAST FRIDAY. NOV. 8 IN EXERCISES HELD AT THE KNIGHT BEAT AUDITORIUM ARE SEEN HERE. IN ALLEN. EDMOND WILLIAMS LOTTIE KINCHEN JOHNNIE MAE HARRIS, ANNIE WILLIAMS EMMA GRACE, ZEL BROWN
THE FIRST ROW, FROM LEFT AREFRANCIS FAIR, JUNAITA JONES BETTY KERR ELOUISE MALDON ROSETTA ROLLE MATTIE CAIN LULA GARDNER, OLA MAE MARTIN LOUISE LATHON, LOUISE CHERRY. FOURTH ROW: HATT/ ADAMS
D.A. JULIUS PRESIDENT; MRS. D.A. JULIUS DEAN; MRS. DOROTHY H. BROWN INSTRUCTOR; MRS ELLA C. MAN- GLADYS ROBINSON. BERNICE HENRY, BETTY BOLLARD CLONTHA O'NEIL ALICE THUSTON, ROCHELLE /ED. IVA

CUR, 1ST VICE PRESIDENT; ALICE WALLACE DOROTHY VAUGHN. TRUSSA DOSS LILLIE C. MARTIN. SECOND ROW: WALLACE, LENORA ANDINDES, ARISTENE POLLACK, ZELENA PAYTON GLORIA HARPER CHERRY HEMPHIL RAYMOND
JOSIE SAMUELS. DOROTHY BLACK FREDDIE WASHINGTON JOHNITA LIGHTBOURNE. FLORENCE CARTWRIGHT LILLIE MCDUFFIE, EVA MAE STIBBINS, ROBBIN LIVINGSTON DOROTHY WILLIAMS. AND CAROLYN COOK.
THOMPSON. MARTHA RAMSEY IRENE TYSON. BARBARA BAILEY. VALERIE CLEY. BETTY GMDtsT. OLA M. GARY


About Our Readers MIAMI Baha'i i Assembly New Providence 2nd /Anniversary I PHONE FR 7-2294 BETTER PICTURES f'f'FOR :7 '


MiamiansMrs. Celebrates CovenantThe The number one choir be rehearsal for choir no.
In Miami BIRTHS JOHNSON
Ann Ferrell of Baha'is of Greater closed their Second Anniversary 1 and Missionary Society ,
,
7155 NW 17 Avenue, left Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Miami will celebrate the program Sunday meeting; Friday Junior 'p

late last week for a return Belleville; 17310 NW Day of the Covenant on evening with a great suc- choir rehearsal will be DINNERS PARTIES WEDDINGS PASSPIITS_
,
cess.Everyone had a glorious -
'.to the campus of 22nd Avenue. Opa Locka. November 27, 8 p.m. at heldSaturday, Crusaders, '
FAMU. at Tallahassee.Mrs. Girl. 43 Star Island Miami time. All of the mem-! Red Circle, Sunshine Band Open 1 pm. to 8 \
.
bers of the church
are
Ferrell, who will Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Por- Beach, Mrs. Toby Emanuel and the Male Chorus will
asked to accompany the Baby Pictures A S If
re-enter the university F ter; 2142 NW 43rd St. ; will speak on 'God's meet.
as.a junior will be resuming Girl. Covenant With Man.' pastor to the Mt. Olive Rev. C.J. Purney.is the 109 N.W. 17th Street i i, FtotoMiami
Baptist Church in Fort
a college career' Mr. and Mrs. Richard Baha'is believe that God pastor and Sister Claudia
Lauderdale, Florida, Sun
that began at this Ellis; 3540 NW 208th renews His covenant with Wilson is the reporter.
day, November 24th. All ? pouLr Y
school in 1961 and was Terrace, Opa Locka,Boy man in every age, and has A
interrupted in 1963. MISS DOROTHY ANDERSON Mr. and Mrs. Joseph given forth His covenant persons attending will GO TOCHURCH
2925 NW 64th St. leave the church immedi-
She will major in Ele- 3664 ,Hibiscus '
Kniseley; through Bah a uf 11 ah,Founder -
Barber ately after morning ser-
mentary Fducation Street. Boy. of the Baha i Faith.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert The public is ,cordially vices. Poultry
The members of New Prov- ,
Griffiths, 2130 NW 44th invited to attend this tt?

Street. Hialeah, Girl. meeting. 1'-. God idence to have are some thankful of their to Royal L IUYYII.!' Egg & Fisn' Co. Inc.

Watch This Clown members who were in the Cola ..
'- hospital, at home; some
PAGE 11 were able to attend ser-
SEE
,, .vices Sunday. They are A & B WIN1CK Wholesale And Retail / _
continuing their prayers
ii for the others who are AUTO RADIATOR SERVICE
say. THEPARRAKEET still on the sick list. Phones ,379-1671

:, A: SHOP Everyone is welcome to COOLING SYSTEM 379-1672 i

a. a.,. attend services at New
COMPLETE LINE Providence M.B. Churchat SPECIALISTSALL
101 N.W. Std STREET MIAMI, FlIRIIA
times.
s BETTER BIRD CAGES OF BIRD SUPPLIESBIRDS all MAKES
Weekly announcements for
BOARDED BIRD CARE the church are as fol- CLEANED AND REPAIRED JIM QUINONES i

I PL. 4-3402 4401 N.W. 7th Avenue lows: REPLACEMENT CHARLES E. LEVY t
Sunday, the willing
MIAMI 37, FLORIDA Workers Club will have RADIATOR CORES --- ---
their weekly meeting;Mon

$ $ day,all usher boards will PICKUP & i DIXIE CHENILL'
tt' ;*s 4 I meet and choir no. 2 will DELIVERY I

t ; f ? t e RM SNAPPY'S DISCOUNT I rehearse: Tuesday, Bible | and Pottery IncorporatedI
I class and Prayer meeting QUICK SERVICE 4699 N.W. 7TH AVE. PHONE PL 4-80))
SHOES I will be held; Wednesday, I
Junior Usher Board Young TELEPHONE I FLORIDA'S FINEST
N.W. 37th St. & 27th Ave. .

Open 'Til 9 p.m.-Sun. 'Til 6 p.m. Matrons Auxiliary, Young and the Women's Evan- NE 5.5331-8 I ROBES s SPREADS s R!

gelistic Auxiliary will 3218 N.W. 54th Street Chenille
DESERT have their weekly meet- I :\ :,
BOOTSPRICE Miami Florida 198 "< 1
ings;Thursday, there will Robes 3ts up ;
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OPEN SUNDAY ii BedspreadsPKE 1 ,

$597 1:00: P.M.. TO 4:00: P.M. 2 FORChildren's 7i

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THIS BEER is far pleasant living People on the WIGS at $ B9 I I' --

go..people who care about quality. .eo for
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FREE Head Block :
National Beer. Have the taste of pleasant living Z

have National Beer. Premium quality always PRICE $.121 =' and Stand with I'I.. ..-

popular prices everywhere. H
Each Purchase II } /
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,Halt i taste if PfexHt lime I :
z: MAKE THAT '
Peacock Bedspreads
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Spotlight Pridyct I
I EYEXft&S Til 9LADIES' ,
5.I"Y's ,Shoes 54ih St. STARLET WIG i tWw $12.91
Of The Week'r
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-Our Readers Miami School' News On Sick List Grace Presbyterian Miami Deaths I

In Miami daughter are his survi survivors. Services at
BEffllWE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Services
Thanksgiving HOUSE OF ALBERTS Chris m Bapt. Church.
American Education Week at Bethune Is vors.
now history.
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1756 NW
The Impressive thoughts brought out from the general This Sunday morning is ROBERT CROSS. FRANCIS FUNERAL Vm

theme, "Education Strengthens the Nation"* .are Every Member Canvass Sunday 2nd Court survived by ZEKE WALTER. 11295 SW CURTIS PERRY STAB of

F still on our minds.The principal, Mr. W.C. Cogdell, y and all members are his wife and .5 sisters. 216th St..GouldsGrave 661 NW 10th St.. Apt. 3.
and the American Education Week Committee, Mesdames Final rites in Crescent side services Nov. 15.
urged to be present at
died at Jackson Memorial
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Fla.CHARL'ES
City
M.R. Edge and Susan B. Williams wish' to express morning worship, to fill .
. . Hasp Remains were sipped -
profound thanks to the many speakers, friends, and out and dedicate the MRS. ELLEN WORTHY, 1411 to Lake City, S.C.
RAY, 4720 NW NW 71st St. Services at
who shared the activities with
parents us.
ter: many pledge cards that will for final rites and
Among our many visitors were: Mrs. Anna Strumer ,. support the church bud- 15th Court, survived by Mt. Camel Bapt. Church. burial. Survivors include -
ASSISTANT warehouse supervisor Director of Elementary Education-Central Districtand get for 1964. his parents 3 brothers She leaves 7 brothersand his wife four
,and bead of receiving Mrs. Helene Volosh a Board member. The Thanksgiving Baskets and 2 sisters. Final many other relati -
brothers 6 sister and
Eagle Army-Navy The Junior Red Cross Drive, under the leadership ri tes in Greenville, ves. ;
Discount Stores. of Mrs. Doris F. Blount is to be commended for IMPROVING--Leroy Wright, will be dedicated this Ala. . a host of other rela-
raising a total amount of $124.36. The committee Sunday morning. . tives and frieads.
popular manager of the Rev. Savvy will be beard PHILLIP WALTON,3153 NW . . .
Wishes thank those students
( to and parents who
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Prtji FIt II ill' : Topps Names FAMU'-TSU Classic Committee BEATIN' THE GUN .
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Stanton Vocational 6.Stanton Senior 6 '63 Rookie '

Douglas Anderson 31...Northwestern 7 67 Bill Brower
Parraaore 25.. FAMU High 6 All-Star CM CHICAGO---(ANP)--This was the year we have been

Rosenwald 18......Howard High 7 ., waiting for since Larry Doby broke late the American -

Gainesville Lincoln 18........Tallahassee Linc. 18 NEW YORK Two Negroes s League jn 1947. A tan player has won the AL
were among the ball- most valuable player award.

c.FHtW players honored at the This .has hppp nnn of the most difficult dis-

annual Topps awards ; / t' tinctions for of to achieve. It
players
Edward Waters 84....... .......... .Kittrell 0 a any our
luncheon t
at the Waldorf- -L was comparatively in the National League.
Florida AiM 37. ........ ... .. Southern 0 easy
Florida State 14.. ... ... .. ......N.C. State Astoria in New York First, there was Jackie Robinson, who woe it ia
North Carolina 27......... ..... .....Uiaoi U. 16 City. The players. Jesse 1949. Then Roy Caapanella bagged it three years
Hampton 33.... .. .. ........... ... .. Tuskegee 28 Gonder of the New York and Willie Mays copped it after his greatest season -

J.C. Smith 20............... ....St. Augustine 2 Mets and Tomny Harper of E'emuE1 'in 1954.Henry Aaron, Ernie Banks, Frank Robinson -

Clark 45 .. .. ... .. .. ..Savannah 8 the Cincinnati Reds, : and finally Maury Wills last seaeoe.
Howard 15.. ... .. ... ...:?.... .. .,.Morehouse 14 were among the ten outstanding Now that Elston Howard the stalwart catcher of
,- the New York Yankees has been wared the
Grambling 34. .. .. ...-. .*.. :. .- ... .. .Wiley 8 first-year ;: league'smost
Tennessee St. 26... ...;,... ... Kentucky St. 14 ballplayers elected to C JL. coveted honors, history for us has bees Bade.

Virginia U. 15. .. ..... .....North Carolina 14 the 1953 Topps Rookie Howard really deserves the accolade.

Knoxville 32. ... . . . .. Lane 8 All-star Team. a "This is the year I'm really hoping to put
Miles 13.. .. ... ... .. .. ... .. .Pt. Valleys The election and luncheon r r t everything together and really have a big season,"

Morgan State 54. .. .. . .. .. .. Shaw 8 are sponsored by the catcher said at the outset of spring training.

Bishop... 28. ... .... ... ... .. .. .. ... ... Rust. 6 Topps Chewing' Gum who Howard had one of his best all-around years at
Initiated the 'S the plate. He batted hit home aid
event in 'ii 28 refs
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Pro FootballNational 1959. "' ) drove in 85 talles. But equally important was his

V Members of the 1963 handling of the crafty Yankee pitching staff, par-
Football League Topps Rookie AllStarTeam ticularly the young southpaw. AI Downing, and his
New York 48s..*.********'San Francisco 14 are: Rusty Staub, r great leadership and take-charge performance on
St. Louis 20** ************Cleveland 14 Houston Colt .45s, First the field."Ever .

Pittsburgh 34***************washingti n 28 Base; Pete Rose. Cincin- PLANNING FAMU-TSU GRID CLASSIC-Members of the Jacksonville Chapter of since I've been in baseball," Howard said
Dallas 27* .** ***** *****'Philadelphia 20 nati Reds. Second Base the Florida A&M University General Alumni Association met with FAMU officials after the MVP award was announced. "I've had one
Los Angeles 28***** ********'Detroit 21 Fete .Ward, Chicago White in Tallahassee to plan the grid classic between FAMU and Texas big ambition. I've always wanted to be No. 1 in
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Chicago 26 Green Bay 7 Sox, Third Base;A1 "e is, Southern University. The game will be played in Jacksonville's Gator catching business.I wasn't cock about it, or any
Baltimore 37************** .Min"esota 24 Chicago White Sox.Short BowlSaturday night, November 30, 1963. Planning the grid classic were: thing like that, but that ambition kept me awing

American Football League stop; Vic Davalillo. Coach Jake Gaither (1), FAMU; Monsolee Davis, chairman of the Jackson Ellie has been a Yankee since 1955. And one distinction
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Kansas City 24 Boston 24 (tie ) Cleveland Indians Outfield ville groupand Nathaniel Niles, athletic business manager at FAMU. he enjoys for that yi ir was a home run. ia
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Diego 23 13 his first world series
; Jimmie Standing Chester Cowart Jacksonville D.C. information appearance.
: (1) Collington sports
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New York Denver 9 Minnesota Twins, Outfield director, FAMU; Oliver Walker, Jacksonville; and G.W. Conoly. And now all baseball has come to acknowledge officially -
; Tommy Harper. executive secretary, FAMU General Alumni Association. his value and competence.

Cincinnati Reds, Out-
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Culp, Philadelphia Phil i In OrderCHICAGO
lies, Right Handed Pitcher -
; Gary Peters, Nat'l RatingThe Hapless Southern 37 0 -- (ANP) --
j i Chicago White Sox, left Gaseous Cassius Clay,
Handed Pitcher. Mighty Edward always looking for a

1 The idea of an All- Waters Fighting Tigers, TALLAHASSEE Fvidence afternoon, resulting in sonvilie) to take an un- publicity angle, found
star Rookie Team was 84-0 winners over Kit- of an earlier in the their ruthless man- relinguished lead for one last week in connection -

conceived by Topps to trell College Saturday, season upset defeat at handling of WAC power- the remainder of the with the order free
v e call attention to the continue to dominate the the hands of Tennessee house Southern U. of contest.In his Army draft board to

young ballplayers who NAIA National Ratings.The State seemingly had the Louisiana to the tune the second canto, report for a pre-lftduc-
are usually overshadowedby Tigers are tied Gaither-coached A&M of 37--0. halfback Bobby Felts tion physical examina-
the publicity given with Florida A&M for Rattlers still smarting This week, the Rattlers scampered 41-yards tion on Nov. 21.
LEARN A TRADE established stars. Because the lead in Team scoring here last Saturday play an annual tuneup through superlative FAMU While his backers
of Topps' close defense. Both elevens game with Bethune--Cook- blocking to up the worried about the prospect
_ In Six Short Months ThatWill
association with base have limited the opposi- Sephi Rates Reds' man's Wildcats before score 14--0 at halftime. that the order
I tion to 20 in Tullis passed to Denson followed by Clay's induction
i Be BENEFICIAL bal}, it was decided points 7 coming to Jacksonvillethe -
that the company would games for an average of Tovar Top Talent following SaturdayNov. for 2 points each on could wreck his

For a LIFETIME underwrite the cost of 2.8 points scored per ( 30) for their both scoring occasions. coming multi-million
the election. The ballot- game. "He' s one of those annual Classic tilt with Felts again score on a fight with champion

: JACKSONVILLEIARIER hich is done with full Edward Waters is secondin rare, exciting players. Texas Southern in the one yard plunge. Ward Sonny Liston, Cassias
scored from the -
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support of organized Team Total Defense, Along with being fast Gator Bowl. reasoned:
COLLEGE INC. baseball, was carriedout the Tigers have per- and daring on the bases, Wily Jake had his Tullis again hit Den- Looks like Uncle Saa

630 DAVIS ST. at Beaver by Topps sports of- mitted opponents 100.2 he's a classy glove man forces primed up for son with an extrapointer wants to missout on the
ticial .who visited. yards a game 41.4 rush- around second base--and Saturday's contest earlyin and Sykes ended the tax money fro 15 mil-
100% Air ConditionedJACKSONVILLE each of the major league ing and 58.8 passing to the fans love him" declared the first quarter--on scoring for the day on lion dollars, don't it?
the play-when a pass from the 2 by WeU'.'he "
FLORIDA arks. remain high in this Phil Seghi Cin- fourth added 1't1at'.8his
category.In cinnati Reds' Farm Di- senior ace passer Jim Tullis. Miller kickedthe (the governaeet's)
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In TourneyLennett individual passing. rector. Tullis (Miami) tossed a extra point. lookout. '

Charles "Fox" Lee the, The astute Seghi was 72-yard scoring gem to You Don' t Have lo Go To Town To Get
LIVE TURKEYS Cain, from Tigers Aden: arm Quar- referring to 23yearoldCesar end Alfred Denson (Jack-

Bessemer, Alabama; terback has tossed 18 Tovar, 5-9 155
LOW
Jacquelyn Bennett from touchdown passes to round Venezuelan second Teachers' Council PRICES
All Poultry & Seafood Dressed Free Louisville Kentucky; rank second in the. baseman now. on the Reds'

and William Gordon of nation in this depart- roster. ; Merged RecentlySARASOTA On Your
Atlanta. ment. Cesar has terrific The Florida
ROOSTERS The Tigers have speed. said Seghi Council of Teachers of DRUG STORE NEEDS,
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for his slight build. conference here Oct. 17- Trade With Your NeigJiUohood) Drat Store

FAT DUCKS & FRYERS Tovar' pray in the 19. marking the mergingof HE WILL MDT: ANY PRICS ADV. IN yor;:. LOCAL PAP1*. I
Social Security Facts Coast League in 1963 was the FCTE (FEA) and
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QUESTION: My father died and I pai all the burial progress he has made. only one affiliate -
Our scouts rate him as a' will serve the Dixie Pharmacy
STANDARD OYSTERS $1.00 pt. expenses since my other: was financially unableto
potential major leaguer,
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IMPERIAL SUNDRIES J. C. Smith, U. Has Rich Heritage I PLUS _
tratr> BU..IT wu imcrEYOTPUOTUO ,
MedicinesCosmetics
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Patent By L.N. Pearson Sr.

Open Evenings'T119:00 P.M. All-Leading Hair Preparations The Johnson C.Smith Uni- a white ministerRev.S.C. 1 Ps+'t .c.L.A S/1
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Cor. BROAJ AND ASHLKY EL 4-2159 versity Choir which appears Alexander who had preachedto r
R. S. EVANS here Friday night the slaves and anothe

in white clergyman W.L.
Woodlawn United Presbyterian v.
"Jacksonville's Recommended Dealer"
Most
Win This 35MM Camera FREE During Church is steepedin Miller, a former slave ,
3RD & MAIN ram r t.{{ u.sr r.rss..u 1 0
a rich heritage which holder, constructed a
Our Grasd Opeiiaz Celebration !IEMERSON'S RAlr4 Tad..4 Ow W P LMM WIT'S A fKTptNI IIIItMTIpYII rrao
Let Your OLD CAR Make the Down Payment had its beginning shortly parochial school for the

LOT FULL OF THE after signing the >Emancipation training of ex-slaves as
jgarar r ar3B: : iir xxxxTmi x
Proclamation.In teachers and ministers.The
MOST BEAUTIFUL AUTOMOBILESWE ;
1865,after the former schools opened their REV. LAMAR
HAVE EVER HAD AT
slaves took a strong standby doors on April 7, 1867.

SUCH LOW PRICESIF stating they would not Col.W. R. Myers donated HEALER AND ADVISOR

i .. ",. 'f worship God from the galleries eight acres of land and
IT'S IN TOWN WE HAVE ITI 'q ADVICE IN ALL AFFAIRS OF LIFE
SHOP WHERE YOU CAN SEE of white churches, two teachers constitutedthe

THEM ALL! faculty. Mrs. Mary
Are You Suffering-Sick-
NAACPMeets De BideD e of Philadelphia, 1C H


LOOK!! LOOK!! :'li gave $1,000 and later Need Advice ? uC A

Here SundayAttorney $900.00 to their upkeep.
t ,tt-- first became See Rev. La&ar. She has C )
$2395 Leander J. The college
|63 Chev. Imp. '
Shaw Jr. will be the known as Biddle University the Go Given Power to E

I V-8,H'Top,R&H.Auto.,Pwr.Steering principal speaker when and was later changed to heal by Prayer. Guarantees E

[62 CAD. CPE. $3595 NAACP the Jax meets Branch Sunday.of Nov.the I.C. Smith Mr. and Universityafter Mrs. J.C. and the to ailing.but heal the there sick \ 4 w.f' J

is for those A1KJr
i Dusty Rose New Tires,Sharp as a Pin 24 at 4 p.m. iq Grant Smith of Pittsburgh gavea no pity MEAIV3
who know they are in
61 T-BIRD $2195 PHOTO SUPPLY Memorial AME Church, total of $702,500 for hard Inch and don't

1817 North Myrtle Are. Clay and Orange Sts. building equipment and come to see Rev. Laaar.Guaranteed .
New One-Factory Air Condition
Just Like a endowment.
The general public as
to help or you don't hive to pay
PHOTOGRAPHER OF CHILDREN well as members and officers Philanthropist Smith

JUST DOME IN $ REGISTER to at- died in 1919.
are urged Come Today You'll Bless The Day You Did
tend. From 1837 until 1963,
Open 7 days a week from 8 in the morning until 10 "at
\ J.C. Smith has had eight
night. FIRST TIUE IN JACKSONVILLE REV. LAMAR.
Elks Social Club presidents. The first located in her own hone is at

three were mite, namely, 8442 NEW KINGS ROAD Hiway No. 1 North
Sponsors Feast Drs. Mattox,W.A. Hollidaj
TIRE SPECIAL Take Honcrief bus no. 36-B to corner of Moacri'ef and

The Elks Social Club and W.F. Johnson.The Hiway NO. l North Walk 3 blocks North *ia'Hitay 1
last five presidentsall -
will sponsor a feast and look for big white sign with cross.

November 30 beginningat Negroes-were: Drs. D. REV. LAMAR gives lucky days and lucky haada.A blessed -

12 O'clock at the J.SandersH. L. McCrorey, lucky chars is given free..Ton too can be
Listen Sr. J.W. Sea-
CITY HOLIDAY PRICES Elks Home 712 W. Duval H. healed through the power of the Lord and REV.
s Street. A variety of brook and the incumb-
Guaranteed results in 3
sea food will be ment R.G. Perry. Dr. Sanders -; LAUAR'a prayers. days.

served. was the first Negro Rev. Lamar Guarantees

president of a college

Buy 1 get 1 FREE! ALL SIZESLIMITED GUARANTEEYou JOHNNIE'S HOTEL the established United States.by whites in To Restore Your Lost Nature.

w ll _'... tav e doubt FPV1. TV IN FVFpy POOM LUCKY NUMBERS SURE TO WINMOTLEY'S
with a Tir City ouorO"ltee.

Buy 2 get 2 FREE! QUANTITIES ..OUR POLICYTv w.Ashley-Jax For FL Reservations.5-4025 Call Fla. Voters Meets League SundayThe

C*v will gv you 0 totttrff
t duel, frond for brand. ENTERPRISES
C'Od for o'od. *ny day of
the wet or w0 "'," refund NEW YORK MAIDSTo Democratic Women
Famous DRIVER RATED your money premotty. $65 wk.-Jobs raiting Educational and Voters Edgewood Super Market

PENNSYLVANIA WORKMANSHIPGUARANTEE Tickets Sent-M&M Agcy. League will meet Sunday r

; 210 Post Ave.Westbury.; Nov. 24 at 4 p.m. The 2973 EDGEWOOD AVENUE

TURNPIKEPREMIUM N.Y. meeting will be held in
.. .,. QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
TIre C'V. au.ront t .1 n the; basement of New Zion
TIRES
ttroM t to tN original our-
e aw opa+tt dfet in work.rnatvriolf Baptist Church, 7th and
UP TO 50% STRONGER! tnOn.h'D and for tM. LIVE IN MAIDS Prices Good Friday,
(bf. nt the treed Mud for pri Davis Street. All members
ruoe"er'9""U., paid. Th-s .
NrirmsS95_ Is m odd'tirn to "...ufOctllrW.. I GUARANTEED N.Y. LIVE-I asked to be present. Saturday & Sunday
nationwideROAD p grant'
ALL NYLON FINEST QUALITY
600.13 0 MAID Jobs. $35-$55 'wk. Plenty of Fresh
650.13 HAZARD
Triple LHitimt CuarantM ,
: N adranced. Mai lor
Fare
..... .... iM..t 700-13 GUARANTEET. ; Acute Asthma
..... I.ww1..b4... .. E Coons & PossumsLEAH
....--- -._" .......--e 700.14 T.. Agency, Ljnbrook, N..Y- Attacks
...,.&.e s. 12 1 I UMa 750-14 C.tr t oren Ne, te. 1'e,. ,.... .. .,.
men
..... ... "a -'C"CIStr tift new ..= MCIUYOrJ' ......
w r--t. 800.14 fer fh. lift eftro4 \ ( c.1Ua.. MI-IMN
.. II" trod the
---. .. an read !..;......reu..I ..,....am-u.0 WESTERN 5 Ihs.MOTLEY'S
Mlordsc"t
850.14 egimit,. WANTEDBewty tN.n.........M..tltw N..1r,..
WID P t"OH nottd bt'ow.' (If .
.....d..,........n.. ....II 900.14 f IN' ,nsoert.n ehowt the t.,. Barbera the..NLt1..1 M5r. M..w SPECIAL M SHI
'fp-.w-...-",..........d.,-- 950.14 R .Ms... fOIled auarextte undir. it th""nH.$ n5 b. re-If Operators) ft .. -a::.kfap.MtM = OX-TAILS $1.00
...-.. ..-,..... .r i 670.15 I t a'PM. FlU .r of Tv.. cnv't New Hollywood ptauty ft BACON 49C
...-...4.1Y. >t-5 We wit allow cndttord
.. 710.15 t", D\MMM eI ernyofwr Barber Loustt-622 f.Ashley
M.1r. -N.b.n.. ... C tire ftep UI tIote4 ..qfyvwd
..
.ra / Ntl y.. 760.15 n,4ea..nd erg 1.8. Anderson at tfoz.
Call
0.Dwrcbatt MEDIUM
_.. ..._1MI.... E Mt ore..tN NOT I FRESH BANANAS
:
800.15 3-3245 or IL 4-9T74
EL
Tnad r o If' oeM kewd darn0 Late 1960 Model
Ida*try I.'rmiiftHt: Toy Quality.Vjrten, Ttr .trn.d by 4... eccld.. .... .OL EGGS 394
COO't.t eorM i. flat. I 54
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wtwh CO' wlifwl ebu t en ... APARTMENT FOR RENT

First time in this area.. = fre Yom, road.,trot haerdpyer.ws+ bt 431 V. 18th St. 1 Bdra. CADILLAC : MEATY H. 10$
predueod tuna. of diut'mtnt. FRYER SALE
unfurnished.Kitch. eqp .
tI r Hot wtr. Htr. ft Space NECK

Je7reulst. CUSTOMER.SATISFACTION Htr.incl. Apply 1643 Felly Loaded FRYERS NECKS lb. 5C TOMESt

Main St. Grocery Store.
\ COLLAR
GUARANTEE FRYER BACKS lb. 15*
:'
a.r.erdIw ef How long you APARTMENT FOR RENT One Owner Car GREENS 39
t. : WARE k...p you t ,{--fiva pOrtth..rtn. $
yNn--fhe ia now CICELY TURN. AFT. 3 RMS FRYER LIVERS lb. 390
t;:
MILE
20,000 rant Or1 valid t Tift
: i' GUARANTEE .No...att tore d..1> n+ r nt ss your tirot O4f 2 lbs.49E
GIZZARDS
ttoorowgNy fund toYorebtr .. WORKING COUPLE. ONLY SI4.9) FRYER
NEW NEW NEW Vied, ttM pinronUMt w "-.xLv. ALV 1 **. FUR*. HOT Mrs. Asker STEWUK 2 f IIr

derred barn .... SAVE you, montyon a COLD WTR. a KITCH. $10.00 It '
you> eurct as. your HOME STYLE COOKED HENS $1.19
toss and wh. tNM.
JETREAD WITH WRAPAROUND TREADS you wo
ms rl M kMCXPtt Wrt$. T.. WKLY. CALL EL-39942 AFTER FL 9-7633 ,

CIty' *tet.4 ttlr oohcy, tx+v of....prrqy 6 P.M. AT NIGHT. CRACKLINGS 10e 3 j ti 4 it.
S TO 20'. MOil TRIAD SURPACIICTTU THE BEST VALUEMONEY Of h wick ,-
TRACTION c.IOtllfoctaM b as--
Nksty .uoarnteed TURKEY SALE
COOLER RIDING-MORI MILEAGE CAN BUY
FRESH MUSTARD or
ALL PRICES PLUS TAX AND EXCHANGE LEARN HOW TO MAKE- "
HECKS( 5 fts. $
TIRE CITY TURNIP 2 Large Beeches

Bangs, Curl-Clusiers, PonyToPdgoBoys //*, trans 3 He. ]

f I I t. DOWNTOWN NORTtmoc SOUTHSIDENwy and Wigltts."Uara GREENS 49CA1 ;


ae..r 11P1 wut t.:: -y Uf 0.0501 N. Mole 1J1\x Pbiaj 1.1110, Trad/NOT MN STIOS 3 ftt.ECAHS3 .
the TAUGHT
EL sale 4 roilsTISSUE
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WE3'SIOE_ r.iLL1un: atU: tn I In B..uty'Schools" Writ.: 29 liB H

SOS N W. tub ISO PM.N. A.. I.
Cjj1 C:MOt.E..r:-..ey JfMtI' 'Ioi.' ....-- ?- : / 1M.
IV .7ITIm
BUDGET TERMS FRESH GROUND 3 Ibs.
wnmfl Et CALL YOUR NEAREST THE HAIR-CRAFT STUDIO
Tau CITY STORI TO $1.25PAlE
.. ......... OPEN AN ACCOUNT 7 SQUTH GRANOY1EW AYE. BEEF $1.00

CM. i-i m .R DAYTONA {EACH. FLORIDA 12011
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