The Florida star

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The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
S.W. Harmon
Creation Date:
August 24, 1963


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


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

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University of Florida
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Copyright Florida star. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.​
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: The legal battles between -

r RIGHTSSATURDAY MARCHERSr "" Jacksonville bondsman -

; Jesse J. Lane and

: ). III e the of Florida Masonic Grand moved Lodge into

** * * * r. another stage when Cir-

.rl .. OH CtpitolBttrws D.II,1I oI Prfest Claims City's UnrestCoMjMrail cuit Judge Frank Flmore

dismissed a suit broughtby
SntdwKws 27th
the Masons chargingLane
.. 1e To Birmingham'sHuman

$30.50 for Round-Trip Fare < .. -d'L-' with unlawful occupancy -
Powder Ke2 t .of an office in

Nunerous Jax ministers have announced intentions the Masonic Temple.
ST. AUGUSTINE Meeting here Friday night. Aug. Dismissal of the suit

to lead. a delegation of Jaxons to the Aug. 28th 16. the Florida Advisory Committee to the U.S. P 45 ;T against Lane a former

civil rights protest march on Washington, 'and a Civil Rights. Commission, .after a lengthy hearing official of the lodge

recommended several remedial steps thus offering
linal appeal to churches, civic clubs and individuals now clears the way. for a
an escape valve to this which
community is currently -
$100.000. damage suit
will be concluded. during a public mass termed a second. Birmingham also the
tI'; which the bondsman has

t *meeting t' Sunday, Aug. 25th at. 4 p.m. in Wood!awn most Conducting segregated the city commit-on Florida's.. East. .. Coast.. filed against the Grand

'United T Church, Wood!awn Drive and Cleveland Road, tee hearing as chairmanwas Father "Louis Mitchel, r Lodge for slander and.
defamation of character.The
I Rutledge Pearson Jax NAACP Branch president an- George Lewis Il-of! Daytona an Episcopal tangle began in

Tallahassee who and executive director
along priest -
E nounced. Dec. 1962 when the Most
with committee members of the Florida .
Special cars for delegates Worshipful Union Grand
.im.II hailing from various sec- Council Human
Hiyts on Rights y
r have been arranged Lodge of Free and Accepted -
tions of the state heard told the Committee that
for the train which will 1L I Masons of Fla. i
SI.k T* testimony from numerous circumstances now pre-
hailed Lane into
leave Jax at 5:30 p.m. Inc. '
t ; people whose varying testimony vailing here are similar SURE DEATH-The little girl running in front of a mail truck to retrieve a bull court charging that he
Wednesday, Aug. 7th, Ir..k Mirks resulted in the to underlying causes
and the round-trip fare Committee making the might have been killed had this not been a posed picture. The purpose is to took advantage of his
which finally eruptedInto
to Washington has been following recommendations massive violence In emphasize to parents the necessity of warning their children not to play near position in the lodge
the rental
reduced to only $30.50, to the U.S. Civil Fights by-passed
mail trucks when they stop to deliver mail. Children do not realize that the agency, and entered intoa
Pearson added.Persons ii Commission in Washington "The white communityin lease agreement for an
mail truck parked alongside the mailbox will move off suddenly. The cast of
: St. Augustine thinks
wishing tosupport office in the Masonic
r I --That the Commission the' Negroes are out,.toeauseltrouble. characters in this make-be1 iew' story are Patrlca Gray, Jidingiphyllis: Simp- .Tell'lat! 4jq JUQad; Pt. ..
) theicivtr! rights'march ... ;
seekiiokhave Governaenttt andrttl 'son' with en officer' of the
I n, running and, Theodore Douglas, mall truck driver.
but who are unableto j sources halt some $350 young demonstrators think. (See Auto Safety on Pages 10 & 11) lodge who was not authorized -

000 in federal funds to the Police Dept isout:' to let such

leave the city for I be used to promote St. Father ]
to get them \Jax Crash Victims Rites eases.
the event are urged to Augustine's Quadricen- Mitchell continued. The corporate charged I

tennial. in 1965. that Lane secured for a 1
4 contribute a round-trip TWO SETS OF JUSTICEDr.
-That Government rental of S10 month ;
con- Scheduled For SaturdayFinal per
local NAACP
faro to the advisor
P.B. Hayling. j
tracts for the local unit an office that ordinari-
L Branch, Pearson con-
of Fairchild Stratos to the NAACP Youth ly rents through It
eluded.Narcotics. Council told of recent rites for two
Corp. be withdrawn until rental agency for S40 aonth.

1 Robert (Bob) Hayes this city ends Intimida- tensions which resultedin young men who were kill- The complaininglodge

BOB HAY world's 100- tion and discriminatory interracial violence ed in an early Saturday, averred that Lane 1
dash practices against Negro when white youth fired ata who was building manager !
yard champion and
group in front of his Aug. 17 morning auto "was wellaware" ;
fr Use HasDoubled John Fennel. holder of employes. of the Temple

the present world's role --That immediate stepsbe home wounding several Negro accident near Moncrief that the lodge

1 taken against the youth gathered there. never granted such a
vault mark will attemptto Rd. will be held Saturday -
break their present International Machinists He added that when the lease and described his

Union of the AFL-C10 to Negroes retaliated in a afternoon. by-passing of the rental
; records Saturday during
make It cease discriminatory similar manner the white obtain the
In Miami ,the Golden AAU track and Services for Raymond agency to
practices against freed by local '
youth were action 'he
field meet at the University Perry Jr. will be held f lease as
MIAMI -- Alarmed over Negroes. authorities while a Negro unconscionableand
of Miami. The ad- knew was
the increase of court --That the t1.S. withhold youth, arrested for In Trinity Baptist against the plain
ission free meet startsat
cases in narcotics which federal funds from the possessing a weapon which Duval and
!Q: a.m.Civil. Church, W. tiff's policy of renting
he says has 'almost State of Florida untilit had not been fired is Jefferson Fts. at 3 p.m. L.f ., only on a month to

doubled." this summer Service release two, minor Ne- now serving a Jail term. month basis. '
C.J. Crosby, pastor
Sun- children taken from and Rev. _
Judge Arthur Massey gro Although city county with attorneys Leaader
day called for tougher Exems Silted their families and sent officials were invitedto officiating. Shaw, D.W. Perkins and

laws and more policemento unjustly to a correc- the hearing none responded RAYMOND FFRPY Jr. RUFUS DANIEL BROWNcar
J will Hill
Rufus Daniel Brown Horace T. representing
Civil Service
The U.S.
in the law's tional institution for
deal en- when chairman
Commission has announceda ,be funeral ized at 4 p.m. occupants of the car police reported. the complaining
forcement. participating in segrega- Lewis call their naves on
driven by Rufus Daniel dead lodge and Frnest D.
new examination for Reported on arrival -
During a check with tion protests. several occassions. in Philadelphia Baptist for
Jackson appearing
lllling positions in the Brown, 21 of SycamoreSt. Duval Medical t
state and local nar- at
Department of Labor'sBureau ANOTHER BIRMINGHAM Funds ReceivedFor Church, Moncrief Rd. and Jesse Lane the case WAS

cotics agents Judge ., were traveling'easton Center were BrownPerry, heard before Judge Pi-
of Rpployment Security Sycamore St. Rev. W.C
Massey found that: Court Fines 12 and
in connectionwith Training Edgewood Ave. at 4:45 and Miss Betty Jean more on July
Additional cocaine supplies Peoples, pastor office
reached the the maintenance of when the car went Kirksey, 20, of Bruns- August'1-
has O Photo a.m. of the
A Federal-State System sere Women. ClerksA iating. At the beginning
Miami market in additionto out of control near Mon- wick, Ga. Another car Jackson pre-
Increased marijuana of Public Fllrlo.mentOffices $34.504 award made According to the Duval

and heroin sales alreadyin and of a Federal RiMIPleading Trie from the U.S. Departmentof County Patrol the four crief Rd. rolled over occupant, Miss Ida Mae sented of evidence the defendant on behalf ,-

existence. State Program of Unem- Health Education and several times, strikinga Smith 28, of Brunswick, i
ployment InsuranceThe guilty before Welfare urder terms of Drowned Girl'shdy but the ease took aa unusual -
Police warn that unless Criminal Judge Hans G. utility pole shearingthe received multiple injuries tarn when before
positions of employment the Manpower Developmentand
something is done immediately Tanzler Jr. three defendants RecoveredAT -
and lifted conclusion presentation
the inflowof service adviser Training Act of 1962 top off the car upon
to stop
paid fines defendant's
($6.675 to $9.475 has been received by the in critical condition of the
narcotic "pushers"will rather than go to Jail LITTLE TALBOT impact. The occupantswere evidence, attorneys for
a year) and social administration local office of the
start contacting adviser for posing for obscene Service thrown from the Wednesday the plaintiff moved fora
State Employment
Dade High School studentIn pictures on May 23. The drowned body of a ao-siit
( $6.675 to $14.565 a here it has been an- Judgement
an expanded market year) are for work In Jack A. Robinson 24. of nounced. 14-year-old Waycross, Three Charged Wi'th Fake Holdup The defense objected and

effort. Washington P. C. and 2011 Alneda St. paid a According to William P. Ga. girl* was recovered 4th Suspect Missing still missing police moved that the court

Addicts are using various cities throughthe $500 fine In lieu of a Kennedy. local manager when it was washed said. "dismiss the cause OBits
forged prescriptions to five months county Jail Quick work by city detectives "
country.The positionof the fund will be used to ashore at Little Talbot Alexander told investigating merits.
obtain morphine, diladid T. Monday resultedin
sentence Miss Mary
social insurance research train 60 unemployed womenas officers that he Judge RUore dismissedthe
and dea erol. Owen. 25. of 1630 W. Island Monday, it was the arrest of three '
'with -
clerks prejudice"
general to case
analyst (56,675to' his brakes
Judge Massey says he fine 'persons who are being applied
17th St. paid a $300
$14 565 a ) is beginning October 7. reported. on and ordered Ute
i feels that the Dade year held on grand larceny avolt hitting a man
and also placed on
located in Washington. was The Employment service Paulette Davis was on charges for an alleged plaintiffs to pay costs.

legislative delegation n.c only. To Qualify six months probation: here is a devislon of the fake laundry truck robbery The next roved of the
should review present Benjamin 34, of an outing with about
applicants must have had Larry Florida Industrial Commission while a search is battle loons when Lane's

laws and propose some pertinent experience.Forsome 2137 Forbes at. paid a. and will chose 50-other teens from being conducted for the iaTHOMAS suit for $MM>. *...
new ones during the $400 fine and was places I
positions appropriate the trainees. The Ouval Friendship Baptist fourth accomplice. cases to circuit ooart

1965 session, adding education may be on a year's probatioi 1 .County School board will Church last Sunday and Jailed were. Billie The date for its bearing i
would confer ..
that be
and developing
substituted for experience for printing supervise the instruc- was swimming in about Alexander. 33. of 1162 has not been set :

with 'several House members Full details the pictures.On tions at 605 N. Ocean five feet of water whena F. 23rd st. driver of a ALEXANDERw. In substance. Lenescoanterelntm
the subject. Bute! Sixth St. and immediately -
oa July 12th. 1
be found in announcement -
may Street. large wave knockedher Cavaliers Cleaners truck chargesthe
1 'But the increase now1a2in Haroldean Parker. 22, of after a secondman
?068.Aprlications The first lass of 20 over the the under- who told police the Grand Lodge with
cocaine and there W Second Street, went to the truck
215 ,
will be. truck robbed In the and maliciously -
will begin Oct. with the tow pulled her out to was wrongfully
aren't enough police with posing for armed with a pistol and
Just charged
accepted until further 16th to
second and third group 1600 block of west driver's intending .
officers assignedto notice by the Board of and selling obscene pictures starting one month each sea. St. and George Thomas demanded the injure. prejndioe hie.. .
narcotics work to to Deputy Sheriff money. \
U.S. Civil Service J.L. Pfeiffer who was during the following two The Negro section of 22, of 1645 W 26th St. Following a lengthy and to bring him into
cope with/the problem Examiners, Department investigating the case months. Kennedy stated. the state owned and A juvenile was also questioning by detec- public scand aad di"-
a county".with i millioni Of Labor, Washington 25. at that tine pleaded IO taken into custody and tives. Alexander admitted repute aad to Injure hU
said. operated park Is locatedat '
i> D.C. Announcements and
guilty on July 12 anc I ValuesTrade the fourth accomplicewho that he and the good mane and refutation

? application forms may be was sentenced to om! With Firms the south end of the participated in the others faked the robbery.police in his ooffBBlty awl hUbusiness
Labor Day .
For obtained Iron the Post
8:30: a.m. robbery is
Ke '8&eal0a II Office year in county jafl. Star Advertisers' Island. stabed.

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/ I Member of Associated Negro Press B. Carey, president of -

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of t-' '... Machine Workers, AFL-CIO, charged thattt;
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.J YIN! IFFKE & PUNT r ,-, Negro membership, than it is to so, label
s the trade union movement because of tie
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( 1s .:_ Speaking a meeting college

< i : mums AHKESS: .,)r1 a students Carey declared that the public

P. I. in 511, Juhiiillle I 1. Fungi moat examine the problem of -
(f' 1J r race relations and economics

SmSCIffllf. RATES .. "
f'f'f'I i, t:{.: when it thinks of civil rightsin
'I One Year. $8.00 Half Year $4.00 1I
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I Hailed to Too Anywhere la the United States '. terms of unions and col-
Subscription parable In Advance I I Ih Ir lege educations.The .

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FLORIDA STAR P.O. BOX 561 IUE president, who is .
.i'r Jacksonville 1. Florida also secretary treasurer of

t ; 0 the AFL-CIO Industrial Union SIMPSON
1 '. Department, was addressing a meeting of
t:1:i ISSUES* ;' GOOD AND lAD v 3f. the American Students Conference, spon-

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sored by the IUD and held at the lillard
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I[ (For' the Associated Negro Press) -- Carey pointed out: "The gap between
: average family earnings for the white '

\ ; I wrote and expressed my - ....
in July
Early t and Negro is widening, not narrowing.Five .

I) fears about a so-called "March on Wash- I years ago, the average white worker

: This was right after the NAACP
) ington. Your Weekly earned about $4.300 a year, and the Negro
l'convention in Chicago when angry elements : : '
about the
$2,500. Today, figures are
had driven, Dr. J.H. Jackson president of .. :
i :: $5.400 and $3,000 respectively."

the National Baptist convention, from the Horoscope Guide : H Recalling the over-all accomplishments

I heckled the Mayorexecutive .
and had rudely
platform of unions in the race relation field,

and Roy Wilkins secretary Carey emphasized:
I of Chicago

: of the National Association for the :.: ly PABLO The ASTROLOGER "1 do not condone or excuse racial dis-

: crimination: by or in any union" but. .
L Advancement of Colored People.I WHICH I ARE YOUR< LUCKY DAYS FORt
"I think, however, that a fair perspec-
under the circumstances ex-
think that BUSINESS LOVE TRAVELARIES tive would show that the bulk of labor

isting then, I had sound doubts about the -j either fought discrimination or have actively -

+ ability to control 100,000 marchers when a CANCER LIBRA CAPRICORNBorn aided" the fight against discrimination -

few thousand in convention could not be March 21st thrr Born June 22nd thru Born Sept. 23rd thru Born Dec. 22nd thru .

U controlled. I felt thai that if subversive April 19th July 22nd Oct. 23rd Jan. 19th These are exciting days and hectic

forcesthe Communists the Ku Klux Klan You often are emotionalin Whatever it is that Although your pocket- struggles and world-changing victorieslie
You may be devoted to your reactions and ex- you have to do. it will book may benefit from Ideal
the American, Nazi Party and other spoilers an old friend and vice perience should have have to be tacd} ed. The you may also have just ahead, Carey said, adding:

; infiltrated the March, lasting damage possibilities taught you that this is constructive line per- bought yourself a lot oi "I, for one,: am deeply proud to be a
not always desirable.The haps the one that is trouble likely to dis-
z could and would be done.. be the cause of a rift in people who get along closest to your heart turb your peace of mind. democratic unionist and I believe that we

I must write today that from what I now other key associations.It bent in this world are should be the one selected This could be the classic have the philosophy and the instrument.
will take great pa- those who rely on their in order to obvi- example that renown repu-
t know the most masterly and skillful plan- tience and diplomacy ofa wits and mental aptitudesand ate subsequent regrets. tation as a topmost administrator in our American labor movement to help

i ninjflifis.*..been -done to protect'this histor- high order to please not on their feelings Those. of you who are you will insure the success. of the struggle: ,and.", to
everybody and offend no- Follow this principle engaged in charitable have to pay it like .
to translate the victories into permanent
ical event from getting out of hand.
Unpredictable situ-
every day during this pursuits will find con everybody else. Watch '! I
Of course, the first aid most favorable ations could develop in last quarter. If you find siderable stimulus. The events closely as they structural achievement.

your vocational milieu, that this is the answerto secret side of your may be very" Instrumentalin
gesture came President 'Kennedy. He
making it quite difficultfor your doubts and pro- nature is also being furthering or Impeding SCHOOL BELLS AGAIN

properly gave the March his blessing. He you to figure just blems you.may well adopt emphasized through unpredictable your over-all plans for I
f where yon stand. Do your this mode of procedurefor events or unusual the future. Yon' can be Everyone's view of summer is different

recognized that Americans regardless of job well contain your the rest of your attachments. You sure to have a most Interesting depending on his responsibilities, opportunities -
feelings and existence.with beneficial
hope for the
their color, had the constitutional rightto best. This also is not results must not go into any- experience if and role in life. Many
thing with your eyes you are voyaging or delving -
the time to place your into the secrets mothers very probably feel it has been
assemble peaceably and seek a redress 570551492571LEO. blindfolded and shouldbe of

health under severe completely aware of nature. long, noisy, busy and hot. But a good
of their grievances. He also saw that the strains or to become the possible
careless with the running Born July 23rd thru whatever do. .7-40-33-15-74-748 many million children and dogs probablyfind
: exercise of this right is bedded in American of mechanical and elec- Aug. 22nd you it hard to believe that three months
trical equipment. 3-90-33-18-47-391 AQUARIUS
tradition. He expressed the sincere could have sped so quickly and that the
2-40-88-17-37-248 Since there is no room SCORPIOBorn Born Jan. 20th thru
hope that he could be in Washington to for error this could Oct. 24th thru Feb. 18th school doors are about to open once again.

greet the marchers and speak to them. TAURUS easily lead to mishapson Nov. 22nd Now that you have The sounds and smells and experiences of
Born April 20th thru the highways or legal' finally adopted a more
As a result the Marchers will be welcomed, controversies. There is Some of the things that energetic and construc- summer vacation are still an important
May 20th have been eluding
one chance to sidestep tive attitude you maybe part of growing up. But there have been
not re trd, by Washington officialdom.The You could be called adverse developments heretofore may be expected held up by other fac-
fall old swimming hole have t
marchers and the organizations they upon to serve your coun- which would be to heed to into tors on which you had not changes--the may

,try or in some other the counsels of your place. while your per- counted. But yon can rely become a concrete-lined chlorinated pool.
represent will have the protection of the capacity which may offer partner or to allow him sonal and vocational on chance to pitch in have
The automobile and airplane vastly
distinction at the her take the interests are favored, ,
to *
you or over when yon need It moat.
4 police and other security forces.They need should be careful to extended the of things that can
cost of your economic conduct of all important you It should provide you scope be. I,
not fear the police nor segregationist mob interests. This could be affairs. If you find an be discreet in your diet with the necessary guarantees seen on a vacation trip.School has changed '
an opportunity in dis- opening to cash in. and or in the expenditureof that all will turn
which exist even in Washington.An guise. You should follow to explore it for everything -., energy. Your friend out as planned. Spend too as the frontiers of man's knowledgehave t
1 are bound to be cutting been pushed back- so rapidly in recent .
the dictates of your con- more that it may whatever la necessary tobrijg'yoar ,
elaborate 'who s Who' of the Marchers in the most unusual
science instead of contain you could not up hopes to fulfilment years. The amount of knowledge that must 3
would be safer
will be in the possession of the organiza- material considerations.The be blamed.But you should ways.: provided that "
for to watch them be packed into the heads of children in
rest of the month also realize that what you this does not strip you
tions white und Negro behind the March from 'afar Instead of ;
seems to be concernedwith comes in easily may go in thelz entirely of assets and grade school and high school has vastly
participating ...
before it begins. A security body of 1,000or your loved ones even faster. antics. other funds that protect increased.

heart Interests and the '150331696153ViRGO your security. 4
more men, under direct control of the talents which may have 830221893632SAGITTARIUS As school bells ring again, let's salute

to 1-60-22-18-37-192 people and those who guide thea
brought renown some our young
'I organizations, will screen every person Born Aug. 23rd thru
Taureans.Unpredictabilityor through ever more complicated fields of ,
joining the parade. the unexpected are the Sept. 22nd Born Nov. 23rd thru
PISCES learning. In the great affairs of nations -
only words that can be You may figure among Dec. 21stIf
There has been talk of each participant used to describe present those who are rebelling Born Feb. 19th thru in science, and in the complicated

events.820551437S25. against conformity but you have finallycome March 20th and worth- '
wearing an identifying. badge which can business of leading a good
yon should devise your : to the realizationthat
cltannels. Whether it is because while lifeour need has never bees greater -
only be obtained through proper GEMINI own way of expressing the more practicaland
of too other obligations -
It. You have nothing to constructive your for concerned, intelligent educated
Credit for this careful planning must go Born May-21st thru gain by joining certain views are, the more or for reasons of f'
and wosen.
health there are Indications men
June 21st groups who are the fruitful will be you
to, among others A. Phillip Randolph of that yon will have
You seem to have two greatest conformists efforts to attain suc-
Roy Wilkins James Farmer Martin Luther courses open to yon. one all as proved by the cess In life. Should you: to allow your spouse or HOW TO SEAT THE HEAT
other partners to assume
that is exceptionally manner in which each and already have reached as t
King and Whitney Young. The leadership the the initiative. You are
daring end one that calls everyone far as you can go in
likely to receive some Want to beat the heat? An article lathe
many white groups is cooperating and there for conservatism. The' aspects same vi.en. dress and this direction you can f
favor the latter behaviorisms as the rest expect to come up again sort of reward or benefit July issue of The Reader's Blgeet
will he hundreds, maybe thousands! of'white but whether you can
and this should be your Put an end to certain unpredictable factors suggests nine ways to do it. Written bar i
marchers.The fixed policy in the face economic problems by that will tax your enjoy it or not would
behind depend greatly on the Williaa R. Vath it is condensed from
of any and all situations getting stoutly a mental powers to keep up

M marching tread and the plea of these The emphasis falls on constructive program with theme ready for judgment in its utilization.yon display The Today s Health. 1

Marchers will be heard around the world your residence and family that will eliminate them anything as that is Just spotlight tuna folly Rule number one, Mr. Vath tells us, is {
pursuits creating plentyof once and for all. The what Is likely to take .
and the March itself will properly take be OB your collaborators to 'peep normal diet' bore
surprises and excite. unusual is likely to place. One promising up your --yo* ;
and do not try to expectto
its place in United States history alongside ment for every one in- more the rule than the feature of occupying a share it with them as much energy working in the heat as ia i
exception but don't let position of prominenceis
the Boston. Tea Party. This is true youngsters volved. Keep in turbulent line for it replace good common the prosperity that unless they specifically the cold. He also states that Heats: I
ask to do '
whether.or not Congress hears or is their own good.3SO2215833S2. sense. it could engender. yon cold if yon like--are recommended te ;

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\ Mr. ,and Mrs. Clinton
Jackson; 1622 W. 19th '

d Street; 807. < FIRESTONE und GATE CITY

Mr. and, Mrs. Maurice, -
;, Williams; 1402 W. 5th !
't Street; Boy. SAVINGS GAlORE I '
Mr. and Mrs. James F. ;
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Singleton; 2000 Palaf- V

_Garden, Apt. 2; Girl: '

Mr.' and Mrs Floyd Simmons ':

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; 1507 English St.;
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Mr. and Mrs. Jessie E.. _

f 'Bellamy:. 734 Ct. E. ;'

,r MRS. ALGERNON B. a Li. Bo,.. .>

I Port Pierce teacher, was Mr. and Mrs. Emory: ) .
"I it installed as new presi; Bailey; 2344 L an tan a' "

dent of the Southeastern Avenue. ; Girl.Mr. .

t, Association, of Walen' aClubs and Mrs. T.C. Felder .
2363 'Brazque Drive; 'Boy. :
Inc. in the !
I Mr. and Mrs. Ulysess .
closing session of the
t' r
22nd Biennial Convention Button; 1536 E: 26th St.; I .. '. j

which was held at Bay- Girl.' '03" (
Solomon Mc '
Mr. and Mrs.
front Auditorium in
I Mlaai.Marriage. Queen; 126 S. '9th St. ; .
Jax. Bch\ Fla.; Girl._ = '
I Mr. and Mrs. Mack "k.", = ;%.{ _.. ,r 91"
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Brooks; 1316 Johnson St.;'

1\\ LicensesMarvin Boy. '. ft .. ,'

Mr. and Mrs. Leonard ;:: :;: :::-; ;:: :::: -...".,
Ii f Chatrield; 5530 Silver-'' ;:: g:: : "' .

I A. Colbert 756!$ dale Ave. ; 'Girl. : .. ',; ;: ::: ;:::-. ... ::;
W. Union St. 21 and = ...::: ;: ........
Mrs. Ezekiel '
Molly''A.' ,Robinson; 756&} Haynes Mr and; 829 Brfdier;St. ;; = :::: :::. ... ;;' ;::; '::-0' ..,, ":: :;; "
W. Union St, 20. \ I
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,I Isaiah Smith, 256 W. Logan ;:: '
and .Mrs. Daniel
) St. '19 and Ellen *A. Mr. ; : "

g,1 I Holl w..,.,! .1563 W; Beaver Mote; '.1304 Franklin' St.'; -- ,"S "1Io. V )IJ
'Boy. 95
Street. 18. TWIHSIZE
Mr. and, Mrs.. Fddie. ev
j Walter L. Douglas. Ocala '" ..
O'Hara; .2531..Calvin St.; : V FOAM SENSATION
s V V V mh.
I ( Fla. 24 and Reba .r: Girl. -' .t

J King 812, ,W., Beaver. St. ,, <
; \HT.' and Mrs; Japes S : ,. .
23. ., Mars S'S roll 39" width; Fom mittrtiibiiutrful
I Jlmmie A. Kohn,' 6152 Ct.Augusta; Girl.< ; 714 Venus ; "':::::: SS' ". I .. with decorator paN ELginFACTORY

i.,I Norse Ave. 20 and Pa- Mr. and Mrs Lavern s;:-. if"' tarn, Sptcitl at onlyFULL

tr Ida, A. Stewart Calhoun; 2173 .W. 40th ss:: .. 9 '. :
Middleburg. Fla. 19. -... .
t Street: Boy. : __ :.#' ,,
Johnnie Cannon, 2311 : ,
Mr. and Mrs. JosephHunter :::?-J" ,- SIZE, DOUBLE MATTRESSFoam
Westmont St, .21 and 5 3431J
; 1197 W. 28th' < specially priced at 2995 exch. .
f Linda .Kl Presley 2641 Street Girl. i
f Mr. and Mrs. ,. Melvin ,
r Milton L. Rice 349
Jones: 2712 Sunny Acre ., .
Belfort St. 23 and Fred- -, / '
I Dr.' N. : Boy.. ; ...- _. -: .L".r.A. ,\J:. '.
d rlcker Elliott 1022 'JA'y: :: .
Mr. and Mrs. Williard i : ,
? Everson St. 19.
Townsel; 2803 Galloway
Maryland 'Jones, 1326 W. = =
Cir. ; Girl.
15th .St. 23 and Blanche .
Mr. and Mrs. James Yancy 4j TO
Cobb, 511 Jefferson St. .
1777 E. 26th St.; Boy. V \ V +
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gillie F. Collins, 1188W. Club Plans V V V YOU PRICES

Church St. 24 and _
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Church: Stk' 21. Plans for the annual Your Choice. 95 .

i Christopher Green., Jr.. ,.
? beach outing, to take
l I 3104 'Breve Dr. 19 and _... : FIRESTONE 100 Pure .xch.
placeon Aug._, 3st werecliscussed .h
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Mary r
l the < FOAM
M during ; .: -! >] RUBBER: 4Vi" Mata "
.fitij-.UB. ; -? '' 'regular beatlng";of'*the: .'. ,
ts *r innerspring mattrtst
r Willie P. Parker. 1756, RiyeraSocial 'and Civic ,... .s". ;d- ;.: '\ .d"' .;,

"t Frances St. 50 and Maybe -* Club which met last 'TWIN SIZE IJEEP ON
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11 J. Taylor, 1756 .. t
Tuesday in the home of ___
\ Prances St., 57:: .
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Milton. :
Milton E. White. Jr. 1657 W. 28th Street.
I 1990 6. College Circle .y Full sixe ,In either of above,only $49.95
Mrs. .
Julia Prater. .
21 and Doretha L. Young- president, presided l/. I BOX SPRINGS SAME PRICE,SAME TRADE IN ALLOWANCE EASY TERMS

I blood. Delray Beach during the. business .ses : I
Pla. 20.Willie ',. 1i..:. ., i
sion. A social interlude ; : : ......-.,
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; N. Robinson Jr. highlighted by the ser- : -::: ,: .. t> '. .: > .
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4 1342 W. 31st St... 21 and ving of' a turkey dinner j .. .. ';' <'.:-.. ..'.' ". : -<;. ,. ,,:\( ......--. .
Linda Sue Howell De- with all of the fixings i ;d fk : .
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Fla.. 20 served by hostess. Mrs '. "Ji ;;::rJ( ,.'..". t
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Sidney COffey. 1354 Mil- '
Mary Milton climaxed the r
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20 and w", '
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I Mae Johnson. 1357 Mll- :;; .1. :
) HonOlee .
nor Ave. 19.
Eddie Pickling.97 Short ., \\s;"" .. .RE.. FIRST TIME EVER OFFERED BY

Derm!' ,Ft. .65 and Pdythe ..-- ,. -<, vr'-. GATE CITY!
Mae Murray. 97 Short A -> '",}" ,
Dennis 'stl.t4.- iJ' fML' 1: ., '" ,4- IIC' INCH. FIRESTONE
j. .
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Joe .W., Vickers, 1456 s V5 >. ;..,..... LATEX FOAM RUBBER MAT. ?
t W. 8th St. 19 and Bar- "," m. ... -';;, TRESS OR Cm Cite fan.wi .
exc h.
barn J. Seay, 1808 Spire "Celebrity"' InntnprinrmattrtM .
in cithtr ,wilted .
Street' 18.Arthur. r .

Hendley, Jr... .' ttiMtM patterns 'r 1't 0 ur

$ 1905 W. 2nd St.20 and i twin tilt .nly ,,

( Betty Jo Green, Tampa '. .
,- :.r.J Factory andShowrooms ,
1 Fla. 19.Jonathan ''

Reid 1120 E. .

7th'St. '23 and Gloria ... tS" ", .' .. Full Size,either of above,only 59.95 '.
F. Taylor,: 1749 Calahan :z

Street, 19Lester :'.:'"":"' ..,
I Outlaw 2125 .. : : '... $;'., :' J'."-<'-.... .J",,; See Your Mattress

Mars'Venus Ct.. 25 and BCPNFLL WILLIAMS; .> -...... {.. '. -: ". : .f ,.._x '".

I Linda L. Kohn 6545 the daughter ot MrR and ,. .-J ; ,: : 'Made..RightBefor. .

Flowers Ave. .. 19. Mrs. Edward Williams Sr. .. ,. ::
Joe Lee Revell. 1085 of nos''w.. 25th St. was -

W. puiral St., 51 and' Re- .11 Yen"a Boy Voyage party '". = .d ;: : : Your Eyes! ; 'I

recently at Edgtewqod _-: :
nana I. Stephens. 1065 ,: :

w. Dtnral St. 32 -LOOng'prior to leaving : -- '',, '.. '. ; -' ; GET IN ON THIS BIG
for Philadelphia.1 Pa. ;
Tyrone Thornton' } KING SIZE BUY OF THE YEAR! .
1325 W. 24th st..20 and *nere, she plans to study : : r C. "' '
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Vaaceil L. Christopher nursing. Many friendswere '

2636, W. Edgewood Ave. on hand to wish' .. ""i Now't T ur eKanee N ern any
18. her a pleasant and successful "'" sleep. like a king M .ur KING '

,stay. .

Vaeafillilg Forest Hill ..Scteol[I. -. '. ,', LED fftclutfe I Kinc Sis* ach. Watch for theannouncement

foam wattrru 2 btx ipriiip of the
Miss Wllletta Z. Dudley Plans Ope* House an/ 12 kga

the daughter' ',r. .pCALA..- The People of -, opening of the
and Mrs. w. p. Dudley of
Florida are invited by .
Atlantic Beach reports largest Bedding
,the staff and studentsat &
f fi having a very Forest Hill. Florida's "

i, pleasant time in Akron. training school. for delinquent ,. N' Headboard Extra, From $'9.9S and Carpet Showroom

Onion where she Is the Negro girls to ,, > in the SoHth .
t guest of relatives and
Annual Open. House on
j frb ads. '
Sunday afternoon. August
She plans to return
home in the near future. 25, for a, tour of .the

i Campus and visits through ,

I the Academic School .' 4 -
building to' see some -"

interesting exhibits according '
Por The Downtown JC.
.seer 8toJa, >Back To School to W. Conrad Dut- Mattri & C&BPET W01KSllth
ton, assistant superintendent -
fltow-Jast Ask Th.. For A
of the Florida
TiokttTBMb r-TJi Seowis School .for Girls &: Walati StI
'IKzt Wedmaday.. = 10*.L Forest Hill la at Lowell

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iar. .'6eor Tickets Free above Ocala on Highway

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FESTIVE OCCASION In typical fashion the Fastside Community Club presented another one of its re- F. Coward J.J. Nixon and H. smart. Third row from left: J.T. Faines. F. Holt. J. Stallings. E. Allen ''i
I nowned" cocktail-buffet-dance parties for members.wives and guests Friday night Aug. 16th in spacious and L. White. Wives and guests seated from left: Mesdames H. CUlpepper R. Brown 1'. Johnson. L. 1
j'). Club Eldorado. Beginning at 8:30 o' clock, the evening Interspersed with dancing following a brief in- Avelihe. J.A. Reeves. A. James and E. Allen. Middle row from left: Mesdames S. Mosely. J. Wilson R. I
I troductory program. Officers and members seated from left
are: Brown Sr. president; H. Cul-
Daniels. L. Bell C. Bostock A. Stallings. H. Gohagen. H. Bartley. and P. George.Third row fran
I pepper. vice president; F.P. Daniels, secretary; J.H. Reeves business manager; L. Avelihe, and H.
I Gobagen. chaplain. Middle row from left; S. Mosely J. Griswold, J. Wilson. J. Thompson. W. Johnson left: E. Fields C.V. Bostlck. E.P. Crosby J. Hillman C. George and M. Hartley.
( Royal Art Studio Photos ) .

Mrs. L. 6. Genwright f Resigns '

Sod i i
I. 11th District Missionary Post

Mrs. Louise G. Genwright. veteran church work Miss Vasceil Lorraine Christopher and Tyrone CPO and Mrs. Eugene Edwards, Jr. of 7111 Ken

leader in the 11th Episcopal District of the David'Thornton chose a morning mass for their nup- Knight Drive, East, are enjoying a visit by Mr. Bridge is 'what s happening' again. Les Uses I

African Methodist Church has res Igned her post as tial vows which were spoken Saturday August 17,, Edwards' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Edwards, Sr. Charmantes Bridge Club has broken the ice with its

1 Director of ,the Young Peoples' Department'of the 1963 in St. Pius Catholic Church. The Edwards Sr. hail from Jersey City, N.J. annual business meeting held last week in tte
district's Women's' Missionary Society it has been Mrs. Thornton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Borne of Alvin and Norma White 1,1

announced. *;?",, v Tookes appointed Christopher, is a graduate of New Stanton Senior ..................................... Officers elected during the meeting included
Since 1938, when she .. High School.Mr Charlotte Bostick, president; Alma Daniels, vice I
the Mrs nenwright to the president; Barbara Walker, secretary; Helen Gregory
was appointed by
Thornton comes from New Orleans, Louisiana Mrs. John H. Bustamante of 1586 West Twenty-sixth ,
Grantto directorship of the assistant secretary; Betty Sessions, trea- I
late Bishop R. A. and is in the U.S. Navy stationed at Mayport. Street had a delightful time entertaining daugh-
surer Xelia Mitchell, reporter and. Norma
Voting Peoples' ; ; White
nepartn -
serve' as a delegateto Miss Sonja Matthews served as the bride's honor ters-in-law Nacny and Joy Bustamante, both of
attend inter- ent of the 11th District parliamentarian.Arnetta 1
attendant. Miss Mary Baker and Miss Consuela Chris Cleveland, Ohio.
national seminar in Men-' Walker will to: hostess to the next meet-
topher, sister of the bride, were bridesmaidsJoel Mrs. John Bustamante is the former Joy Simmons,
phis, Tenn. .' Mrs. nen- Ou July 23, 196-*. Mrs. ing, which will be held August 30th.
Mathis, Roney Singleton, and Preston Gerard daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Simmons, 3324 Davis
Cenwfieht l
wright has worked bn an turned in her
International.national letter of resignation to were ushers. Street. ...................................... ':
Out of town guests included Mrs. Janis Valteau of
and state level in appointed hecorie effective at the Mrs. George Bustaoante (Nancy) extended her va- I
New Orleans mother of the groom; Miss Lowando cation to include a trip to Peurto Rico and King-
capacities. close of the AugtBt 16th' Gamma Rho Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha
Valteau the groom's sister Miss Gloria La Caze Jamacia from which she
; ston Montego Bay, ,
Her assignment during, state meeting& : Sorority Inc. met Tuesday evening at the A.L.
the Memphis meeting was hen Questioned us to aunt of the groom; H.A. Oliver of Washington D.C. ; returned last week-end. She"was accompanied by Lewis Branch YWCA. ,
her -sister-in-law, Miss Elmira Bustamante of Jack- Ruth C. Solomon, basieulus, presided over the meeting
to charta course in her reason for resigning Misses Rose and Sharon Murphyof New York City; II
sonville. in which plans were made for a fall activities
1 leadership training end '1. y ; Mrs. Margaret Oliver and Mrs. Emma Lindsey of
and details completed for the summer party, for .
In eth -for'-thew-.aIlen! CJtI Savannah, Georgia.' ..................................... teenagers. The latter will be held Saturday, 1
Christian Fndeavor and Mr. and Mrs. Thornton are honeymooning in New
August 24, in the Jefferson Street home of Nathaa-
she conducted her assignment < Orleans. Upon return to the city, they will be
Lionel H. 'Billy" Moore flew in from Los Angeles
I iel and Vera Davis. Alma Daniels is chairman of I
so spiritually Ij at home to friendS ate 1325 West TwentyfourthStreet. for a brief visit. He is enjoying a high degree of the Youth Activities Committee. I
that a j .
successfully . . . . .. .. .. success in his affiliation with Dick Thurston and ,
resolution was passedand C. ..........................................
The Four Gents. The group is leaving Los Angeles !
to Bishop Grant
sent Mr. and Mrs. Harold M. Jackson of 5809 Tusk August 28 for a tour that will include Hawaii,
urging that she be appointed Mrs. Hortense Williams-Gray, former Dean of Women 1
Court received congratulations from friends last Japan, and several European countries. A second
a director of at Fisk University has returned to Jacksonville
Tuesday evening on the occasion of their fifth tour is planned that will include Alaska.'Billy' t
Young Peoples activi- for an indefinite stay. ,
wedding anniversary.Mrs. had wonderful news about Edwin 'Tex'
ties. Bishop Grant Mrs. Gray had a leave of absence from the Duval
Jackson is employed in the public school Pleasant, who is playing with Mose Ally son, Willie )
granted the request County Board of Public Instruction. Before going 1
system, while Mr. Jackson is a representative for Sod Jones, and Leroy Henderson. s
Florida connection was to Nashvilleshe was Dean of Girls at Northwestern
the American Tobacco Company. .............................. -......
at long last realizingthe .- .- .- .- .- .-. .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- -. ._._ ._ .._ ._ ._ .. .. .. ._ .Tr.-Rr._ __ ___ High H--: School. s
inspiring results of
this dedicated leader'swork Rev. F. McAdoo : .
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and in December of M

} 1938. Bishop Grant elevated MRS. GENWRIGHTMrs Accepts Call

Mrs. Genwright to Genwright replied, I THIS BEAUTIFUL MODERN GROUP AT I
the position of president 1 have given unstint- To ClevelandPev.

of the Allen Chris- ingly of iry! time and -
tian Fndeavor League Department talent over a long pastor. Ployd of T.St.McAdoo.Paul ONE LOW SALE PRICE!!

of the 11th *'- period of years having Lutheran Church duringthe -

piscopal strict where served the Department of rast four yewrs, has

she remained for five Religious Fducation accepted a call to St.

,1 full years during the administrations Phillips Lutheran churchCleveland

b 1S4S {lie late Etslx p .of seven different Ohio it was tt 1f; Fez

'11th Fpiscopal District announced Thursday.He H e r 'I # Irw H
Hey Kids. bishops'In will conduct his 9. ma
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Get Your Free Pass Tickets the remaining farewell service including $
!, For the downtown 'J.C. years. I would like to the rite of Confirmation f .

Penney 'Store Back To achieve what I have always Sunday., Jug er '....z

School Show-Just Ask 'Then wanted to do without 25th. t--t "

For A Ticte't -Reaeabe r- pressure. I plan to Pastor McAdoo was

The Show is Next Wed reactivate the areh Ann called to Jacksonvillefrom

nesday at 10 a.a.-The Oreene Scholarship Fund Salisbury. N. C*. in

ureatest Show on Earth' for underpriviledged 1P5Q During his stay
here he has been activein
Your Tickets Free At young people in the near
civic and religious -
Downtown JenneiS-. future
,:', < I including the Boy Scouts !x r r I

I NAACP. Jax Interdomi-
I national Ministerial Alliance -

and YMCA Board of

: Management. He is a

graduate of Fmanuel 10 PIECES INCLUDING
Lutheran College.Greens H(
boro. N. C. i t I

Rev. Gerald Ouiriam of !,_

ti Ara Our Redeemer Lutheran -.- 1r INNERSPRING MATTRESS AND lOX SPRINGS j

Church will serve as

vacancy pastor until a 4
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regular pastor is obtained I
beginning Sept. Count The Pices You Get On Easy Terms And No Finance Charges

1 1 and extending throughout Here Is the most ,beautiful Bedroom group you ever saw for such a low price. Now here
the vacancy period."
P Regular church services is exactly whatyou get! Large Triple Dresser, Clearview Mirror, Decorator Style

E will be conducted at Panel Bed Innerspring Mattress, Box Springs and 4 colorful Trays for the Dresser.

I YI 9:00 a.m. and Sunday The Chest and Nite Table available at a small additional charge. Also included is a $18 9
School will begin at
j !: 10:00: am.Hey. lovely Dresser Lamp. ..


Get Your Free Pas Ticket
For The Downtown:: J.C. t
Penney Store Back To
Boots start School Show.Just Ask The

at 9.95 to 75AMcobn..f "" For A Ticket.Ee e.ber- lfts
The Show Is Next Wednesday -
at 10 a.B.-'The
Greatest Show On Earth

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,AMW _5 ,Successful Year Climaxed By Induction Of Members Daisey Bates No Freedom Day To TtUcfstAif. .

"- AiiJt Remarries Male For State Of Va. 28 Match

UNITED NATIONS N.Y.- t NEW YORIC-ANP---Dalsy Gov. Albertls S. Har- Columbia Broadcasting

(ANP)---Prank Yo ntero, Bates was remarriedto rison Jr. has declinedto System will provide a

a Negro specialist on her divorced hus- proclaim as Freedom network telecast of the
African affairs and band L. C. Bates, In
on Day the date of a pro- Aug. 28 'March on
'I housing, last week was t Benton Ark., on July 12 posed civilrightsmarch Washington for jobs aad
named to head r Ar by the Justice of the
new17II e to Washington. "
f ; # V Freedom, In which
; created ,r Peace, Mrs. Bates dis-
U.S. Mission Vr To issue such '
V a pro- more than 260,oeo civil
.I I 1 Services department in V closed here last week. clamation, Harrisonsaid rights demonstrators.

II j United Nations which The couple was divorced would be entire- Negro and white, will

provides aid to UN about a year ago ly inconsistent and at participate.The .
- ( diplomats in Little Rock. Mrs.
particularlythose variance with my viewsin network aaaoaaced
I i from African ii- Bates stated: "I always
opposition to federal last week that It will
;. i states, in adjusting to did and still do love civil rights legislation Interrupt Its regular

1 life in America. I r my husband but we hada and mass demon- program schedule

f. Montero, who received At misunderstanding and strations."I throughout the day; for

the appointment with the were divorced. That is do not regard the live reports from Washington

:, Approval of U.S. Ambassador all cleared up now, we proposed legislation, on the March,

11 (. to the UN, have remarried and are or such demonstrations, and a full-hour CBS

t I. Adlai Stevenson and very happy and it all as In the beat interestof News Special Report
I) will be happened for the best.
on his
the Negro or the will be presented In the
I will work with Mrs. Bates is now
all the most appropriate means evening (7:30-8:3 PM,

111 'delegations accredited s r r c working with the educa- for him to assert his EDT), with Walter Cron-
I I to the assem- .. : :. tional program of the lawful and legitimate klte as aqjyr
yp. _
bly. However, he will voter registration de- demands."
} be of particular as- partment of the Demo- Harrison had been asked Hey Kids I

sistance'to those from cratic National Com- by two Virginia Negro Get Tour Free Pass Ticket

J the newer states. mittee with headquarters( leaders to declare the I Par the Downtown 'J.C

One of Montero's in Washington D.C. day of the proposed I Penny Store Back To School

I' particular functionswill Mr. Bates is a field March--Aug. 28--as -ShowJustak The Par A

be to help those A SUCCESSFUL FIRST YEAR!--Organized Just one year small group consisting of- Fredrick -Harper, Alfred representative for the Freedom Day In honor of Ticket-Reaeaber-Tbe Show

diplomats having difficulty ago, the Progressive Young Men's Club membeniiip: Thompson, Samuel Newman, Wallace Grier, Lamar NAACP. The couple will the march and the Is Next Wednesday at l a.L

finding housing feels that it can look back with pride on the Williams and Wulliam Osborne inducted new members continue to live in Emancipation Proclamation Earth-Tour'The Greatest Tickets Show Prte Oa

because of racial dis- many accomplishments the organization planned end Little Rock Ark. Centennial. At Downtown Peaaeya. ,
crimination. He representing the carouses "of this city, state ,
comes sponsored during its first annum.Successfully cli-
last Sunday afternoon ceremonyat
to the UN with a background and nation during a
; In housing in maxed was a fashion show at Civic Auditoriuma a Brewster Cafeteria. Officers seated from left

New York City. breakfast honoring the 1964 graduates of New are: Charlie Cooper, Ronnie Washington, William
i Stanton Senior High, the High School Bcwl held Osboren, Hilton Gee, Wallace Green,* Lamar Williams
{ Dorsey Presides Samuel Newman and Alfred Thompson. (Standing frog "
weekly at Brewster Hospital Cafeteria, a mass )c\1ooL\ DAY G\n\ :
Over Confab left are: Victor BurtAnthony"Demps, Kent Pearson,
II Gospel
i bowling party sponsored by some fifteen youth
1 I Julian Walton Jr. Henry Deeps William Peterman.Not .
; PITTSBURGH, Pa.-(ANPProf. )-- clubs and a monthly church attendance program -; -- : j-urDY 'H8cr
/ shown are: P.Y.C.'s President Frederick Harper wiTtt
; wherein the P.Y.C. unites with its sister P.Y.W.C V
Thomas A. V
aP .Y.C. Chapter in St.
who is setting up
to worship and li1l31 thanks Jointly. Realizing the
i, internationally famous Petersburg, Jeffery English and Charlie Jones.
gospel s CDI writer, general need for progress song all races, this (Floyd L. Kirkland photo)

presided over the 31st Georgians PetitionFor
Nit'l Convention Negro Policemen
annual session of the Attorney Joins
National Convention of Name Change Added To Jackson,

.J Gospel) Choirs and Choruses 5ell.ctI.1ICHICAOOANPE8r1
Of Kennedy St. Miss. Police Force
t at the Bethesda United White Firms
ALBANY. Ga.ANPBecause Miss.-ANP--
Presbyterian Church, B. JACKSON
of their "aver Shcwulst Allen C. Thompson
( here recently.Some a memberof Mayor
j sion to the policies of President Kennedy's last week snore in five MIAMIANPGeorgeAllen
1500 delegates and
who honoredin
the present national administration Committee policemen duringa was
on Equal Opportunity Negro
from all
visitors over
I at the NAACP
the in Housing, ceremony in City Hall. Tampa
the United States attended regional conference for I
the convention. residents of Kennedy is slated to addressthe Taking the oath of of- by
been the first
"The local committee Blvd. here want to 16th annual convention fice were Ellison having
sented preconventionconcert pre- change the name of their of the National Weathersby, Jr., Charley Negro to graduate from

a which Included street to Murray Hill Association of Real Corrley, James Earl the University FloridaLaw ,t, iJ3
school last week be- IZiiii
) i welcome expressions at Lane. Estate Brokers, inc. Johnson, William Carter
the Soldiers and Sailors' The residents say they here August 2529. and Levaugh Carter. came the first Negro A
H f I attorney to join a white H I1I1tIVI
find it "humiliatingto The association rep- Another Negro, Joe SHOES FOR J SOYS AND GIRLS
Memorial Hall on the
legal firm in the state.
live OD.a street resents Negro real Lewis Land was appointed =
opening tiay'oT the convention. -
named in honor of John estate brokers,builders to the Police Allen, upon graduation, t j tIIfti1 Saddles and Straps and Strollers,
well balanced
F. Kennedy." land developers and Department in June. Joined the U.S. Army and 0 -iHI too. Boots high Boots low,

t program featured was presentedwhich both local A spokesman "said that appraisers in the na Negro leaders, who was Intelligence assigned to branch.the Army :_j j : j ithji_' and Oxfords Sturdy. All in the big.

i residents of 22 of the tion's major urban protested Land's appointment back*to'School assortment
and national stars of
25 households on the communities.. It is the stating that After being informedby o : by Poll-Parrot for boys and girls.
I the convention. two-block street have parent organization of they did not want him a classmate at the Before school bells ring, :

I signed a petition requesting the local Dearborn Real because he was hand University of Fla. that bring them in for new shoes. All so

tt? the Albany city ,Estate Board, Inc. picked, according to the Orr and Gaplan law carefully fitted. All so i '

Royal Crown.j commission to change which is host to the Charles Evers, brotherof firm was considering dependable and well constructed!

H Cola Kennedy Blvd. to Mur- convention. slain MississippiNAACP hiring a Negro attorney,
Allen immediately applied
,1; ray Hill Lane. Under the theme Sec. Megar Evers.
I. ._ _ _. for the job and
"Democracy in Housing! ,
The UluMratMM n( m the term leather
$ was accepted. John B. m this .<]. detente the vppcn unlr-
the convention will Friday Night Outing
1 WHEN Yin ARE IlL Orr, Jr. is a former DUVAL SHOE
t 1 bring to Chicago more The Dorado Social and state representative.They STORE
than 1,000 delegatesand
Savings Club plans an *
I stated 'in George
You Seek The Best Doctor guests from 31 outing to American Beach Allen, we have found a 125 Broad Street

;t II When Your Doctor Prescribes cities. Friday night Aug. 23. top-notch attorney.
r., Get Experienced pharmacists Texas-born Schwulst has '-
-- ..According to Your Doctor's an impressive backgroundin
y J I
t Orders. We use only The both race relationsand V
Dr. C. E, BlackProprietor Best Quality Drugs banking. He is

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I Il 56ft Nat I Primitive h,Mst Confab Cited During Observance. Nat'I Baptist Convention USA I

i1 Is Convening At Ml. Ollive Baptist Convenes Sept. 3 8 In Cleveland .

\ The 56th Annual National Primitive Baptist w CHICAGO---Dr. ,
I :1\I Convention, USA is being held this week in the Mt. president of the National Baptist Convention ,,

i Olive Primitive Baptist Church, Myrtle Avenue at U.S.A. Inc. has issued an official ,

Fourth Street, Rev. J.II. Dixon host minister.- [ i2 : call for its 83rd annual session September I

The convention brings the delegates ministersand P r. t.L 3-8th in Cleveland Ohio.In j
together than 1200
missionary workerswas 1
the call he stated occasion for the encouragement -
delegates from all sections
held on Tuesday
"Much of the ,
convention of racial
of the country and night 8 p.m. in the Mt. '
8 time must be devoted
hatred, conflict and
is providing renewed
Olive primitive Baptist .
Christian fellowship, intellectual to the matter of animosity, and a breeding I
enrichment, freedom and the strugglefor place for political corruption -

religious education and Bahamas Missionpening Civil Rights in keep- and a hiding
ing with the spirit of place for international
wholesome recreation, it s PlannedBy the times and on the occasion criminals who would seek
was announced by the host iw :
t- of the beginning the destruction of the
committee Fathers ; "
Josephite of the 2nd century of the nation's life.
The Sunday School and _
Dr. Jackson has been
Baltimore-The Josephite Sa signing of the Rnancipa-
Training Union Leadership Fathers who minister tion Proclamation by President President of the Conven-
Institute met 5 p.m. chiefly to Negroes in 10 Lincoln." tion since 1953.

Tuesday. The National states and the Districtof ii: He further added 'This
Board of Directors meet- : M. Hey Kids!
Columbia, will open S worthy struggle must not I
ing was held at .6 p.m.on "
their first foreign E be allowed to degenerateinto
August 20Wednesday Get Tour Free Pass Tickets
mission this year, in a rebellion for rebellion -
morning at k. For The D orntovn 'J.C.
the Bahamas. sake, or to become -
10 Rev. P.D. Brant- Penny Store Back To School

ley national president The announcement was a racket without Show-Just Ask The For A
made by Father George F. rhyme or reason, and anWoodlawn
presided over the opening Ticket-Reneaber Show
SS.J., Superior
0 Shea.
session. The keynote Presbyterian is Next le&esdftj at 10*._.
general of the 250-man
speaker was Pev A.J.W. 'The Greatest how On
order of priests and
Warrenpastor. New sardis CHURCH NOTESBY Earth-Your Tickets Free

Church Cleveland Ohio. brothers, whose of legal St. At Downtown PeaneJ's.OUR .
title is Society
The theme of the conven- -mow '
Joseph of the Sacred : I"
tion is The Worldwide 4 \ l
Mission of the Primitive He,". __ ___ The Pairs and Spares,

Baptist Churches. The founder was Father FOR OUTSTANDING SERVICE through the years, Deacon Deacons Board. With 44-years of continous service an organization of the

Various departments of (later Cardinal) Herbert Eugene Mathews (extreme right) and Deacon Thomas Woodlawn Church, will
Deacon Thomas was president of the Church's first
the convention are .hold Vaughan, whose first community Smith (third from left), were awarded handsome sponsor an outing to i
organized choir and is also serving in his 25th Little Talbot
ing sessions in the 'following was in Mill Hill, placques during Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist rsland
year as church clerk. He recently retired from the
locations: General England, in 1866. It was Church's annual Men's Day Observancd. Deacon*. Saturday, August 24th
employ of the Sea Board Railway Co. with more than The bus will leave the
convention Mt. Olive known as St. Joseph'sForeign Mathews was cited for 61-years of faithful dedi-
Primitive Baptist Chtr ch Mission Societyof 30 years service. Deacon Williams (extreme left ) church at Cleveland and
I ; cated and continuous service as an officer of the
Sunday School and Train- Mill Hill.Father madd the presentation with the pastor Rev. J.M. Woodlawn Roads at 10: nLm.
church. He also served for 43 years as Chairman of Adults
Dixon looking on. tickets will a
ing Union Simpson Vaughan had .

odist Church, Kings Road Africa, in mind when, in African United Howards Honors be $1.00 round trip ,
children 50*. The HAT'S OFF
Dr J.D. Bonner McKnights VisitingIn publicis
and Cleveland street; Women' in 1871, he presentedhis ,. Scheduled For
invited.The .
New Mt. Aug.
s Congress
first four newlY
Gets Distinguished Monday Night i t tAn New York CityMrs. Church School will
Olive Baptist Church; ordained priests to Pope Anniversary FeteThe appreciation program begin Sunday August 25. This time it's Jessie
Ushers' Union, Simpson Goff and he drives New
Pius IX. But the Pope program has been Me harry AwardDr. for Elder Flax and Sis- at 9:30 a.m. with T.V. I
Deal Cab
Methodist Church; YoungPeoples' Night. For
the bishops of
knew ter Howard will be held Huger, superintendent in
completed for the 8th
New 'jr 23 he' been driving
Department. S years s -
states had appealed -
United anniversary of African Monday night, Aug. 26 at charge. All children in
Mt. Olive Baptist Church. for priests to work : ;' you to your business I
8 in Elder Howard'sFirst the
p.m. upper grades are
United Church, 1129 4vc
The Sunday School and and social engagements
with the newly emanci- Born Church No.2, asked to bring bibles.
training Union Congress Milnor St. which gets and doing a good job of
pated slaves.In 14S9 W. Union Street. The Morning worship I
Institute is being underway Sunday, Aug. it, too. Jessie has
to the ,
h Program participantswill Service will begin at
25th at 8:30 in the
scheduled each morning at p.m. earned a award
Pope, Father Vaughan include the Travel- 10:55 a.m. Rev. F. D safety :
7 ,a.m. This institute is church auditorium.The for every one of those
leader- changed his plans and follows: !Ing Stars, Gospel Fences Wilson, pastor will deliver I
designed to give program 23 years. That's quite I

ship Instruction to sailed with his four Prayer service, Mrs. Brother Sammie Hinson, the sermon, sup- an achievement.Mr. .
the Dixie Jubilee ported by the United and
ministers, teachers, religious assistants to the Units d Will Roseburr; welcome Singers Goff and his wife i

: workers and all States instead of Africa address, Mrs. Alena Sister Alice Boston Westminster choirs.On Annie Bell own their ,
Bivens Specials, Howard August 27th, the
person interested. Rev. They settled here andover Wright: response home at 5607 Minosa
Specials, Sister Rosetta United and Westminster
Robert H. Frazier is the years broughtmore Victoria Johnson; readings Circle, East. Both
Cohen. EdwardettesSi choirs will rehearse in
Sunday School Congress priests ,from England Mrs. Evelyn Har- daughters, Catherine ad'i i

President and Rev. G.W. man, Elder Roseburr, ne ers. the Fellowship Hall. Annie B are married and i
Mrs. Edith Bridges August 28th, the Mid- I
Gibson is dean of the Accordingly a new com- Geraldine Trapp; solos, Annie B has presented

institute.In munity, the present Jos- Mrs. Lillie Rivers, Mrs. Mrs. Geneva Mack. Sister Mildred McKnlght week prayer service the Goffs with a grand f

the Young People's ephite Fathers, was established -' Dora Swift Elder J.D. Bonner of Ethel Goode Heavenly and daughter, Betty Mc- will be directed by Elder daughter. The Goffs.

Department, workshops, here in 1893. Lewis; the TravelingStra Jacksonville received a Fire Singers, Sunbeam Knight, widow and daughter J.B. Darby and dea- attend the First Baptist I
Gospel Singers. All con Ellen N. Greene in
institutes and practical are mere than 700 ,
placQue from Meharry of the late James Church. Jessie likes
demonstrations are being islands in the Bahamas, Stars, Brother Andrew Medical College at the 'singing groups are in- McKnight, left the city the Conference room. All fishing and hunting but I
vited. Mrs. Inez Bivens members are asked to
held daily affording the which are predominantly McCall, the Davis Sing- close of its June 10th last Friday for New York most of all he likes
for will serve as mistress come and bring a friend.
youth and opportunity ers; remarks Eddie Bell. Commencement. The citation City where they will beAnniversary The Westminster choir having his brother John
Negro Of the 110,000 of ceremonies.The
religious participationand The Dixie Jubilee reads: for his partner. Jessieis
public is invited. directed by Rutledge H.
the sharing of ex- people, about
20,000 are Fol- to be New
Medical proud a
Sing ers with Paul Fountain 'Meharry
Pearson last
Sister Rosetta Cohen is tSg on Sunday,
periences.A Catholic, The Josephltes and a reading by lege presents award to sponsor. ,thrilled a large audi- Deal driver and happyto

welcome program for will take over the miss- Mrs. Louise Steward and Dr. Jeremy D. Bonner 1'.: : ence in the FellowshipHall be able to work with

*Services* ion work on a narrow remarks by Eddie Bell For Fifty Years of Ser- Fountain Chapel of the Woodlanw such a good group of
strip four miles wide
will complete the pro- vice To Mankind 1913- Church. The harmony of men.
t Sound Service for Advertising and 5u miles long knownas AME Church -
1963. r the"* choir was superb and Next time you need a cab
I .- Dances Ball Long Island. It is
Dr. Bonner is receiving Rev. p.W. Jones,pastor, held the audience in -day or night-ask for
Games, etc. Also LoudSpeaker 160 miles southeast of Mrs. Bertha Bell is
announced that Cab 1123 Night and get
chairman and congratulations from his the perfect silence.
I Service for Nassau. program
Bishop Paul
nightly prayer meetings Don't for lighter the Goff brothers.
friends and pray
Mrs. W.M. Roseburr, many patients
Banquets, Concerts, Leonard Hagarty heads th
I including his which began Monday at burdens, but for stronger I
Record Hops etc.El I Nassau diocese which includes secretary. The publicis
7:30 p.m. are being held backs. Be sure to watch our Nil
I 3-5902-SOUND SERVICE .. all the Bahamas invited. wife, Mabel, daughter hour show Sunday rrtwn4n
--- ,, Muriel Beverly and son- nightly week. throughout this Visited Atlanta at 9:30 Ken on KnightNEWKAL Channel.' 4, featuring ;)

in-l a w, James Alexanderfor Mr. and
Mrs. Jerome
The Revival Meeting be- i ,
this Harper of 2029
gins Monday night Aug. TalladegaRd.

: achievement. 26 at 8 o'clock with 1 !: have returned to
Dr. Bonner is a member ; Y&
city after
830 Cassat Rev. Picket, a wellknown I s having
of Mount. Olive AME t e louse guests of Mrs. spent a week in I
1 evangelist and spiritual Atlanta HIS KmnM. Ditlll.4.111
1814 W. Bearer Church's Trustee Board Rosa Gilbert, Mrs. McKnight' Ga.t .
leader who has
connected with appeared -
and is
2 LOCATIONS TO throughout the s mother and al so
SERVE YOU the choirs and other preaching nightly. her grandmother.Mrs. i i iI
activities of the now Its Pepsi
Friends I
i and the general McKnight sings

church. public are Invited and with Choir 2 and her I

=, Anniversary FeteThe each person Is urged to daughter is also a member I Ii i i for: those who

bring a guest. of Abyssinia Baptist

1.u.6& NOTICE the Morning 69th anniversary Band, Star of SUNDAr S SERVICES Church. l I thinkyoung

Lodge No. 267 will be Sunday School will begin Fete

celebrated Sunday, Aug. at 9:30 a.m. with I
: Paul I.awrence
Superintendent U. Cook
25th at 324 Osceola St. ,
at 3 p.m. and instructors in Court No. 175 Heroinesof -.' .

charge. Rev. Jones is Jericho, will observe : -
The chairman is urgingall :
This 1 Is a ONE-SHOT Deal Heavy Western members to be presentand i*'requesting that all its 51st Anniversary I !

Friday night. Aug. 30 at
SAVE lOc PER LB. the public is in- choirs stewardess and .
EE F C vited. There will be ushers to serve during o'clock in Masonic Hall ;: '
913 Jefferson Street.A t
{ Y U. S. Gov'r.Graded PER plenty of refreshments the 11 am. consecration i
45 program is planned and
available., service. The pastor will .. .
deliver the 11:30 clock special invitations are .
HINDS LB. Airman Williams message. being Issued to all mem-

CompletesSpecial Amusical program fea- bers of the Fastern mar-

1 Hind Per Customer-100 Only-While They Last! turing some of the city's Sphinx. Ladies of the

Avg.Wt. 100 Lbs.-Avg. Price 45.00 cut&wrapped free Course best known choirs and Knight Templars and 04Er1W

singers will be held at Daughters of Menrice. The

FINANCE IT THE PREMIER WAY SHEPPARD AFB, Tex.--- H 3 p.m. In the church public-at-large is also

Airman Third Class Car- Invited.
auditorium under the
Nothing Down-No Interest-3 Months to Pay
No Delivery! Come And Get Itl! No Dealers At This Price, Please! trell H. Illliaas of sponsorship of .. Jones, Hew Mt. Olive's
Jacksonville, Fla., has organist.

completed the United Fvening service begins Stone Rally
States Air Force technical at 7 p.m. The chairman r

training course for of the Trustee Board Is Ends SundayThe

T-BONE communications center urging the cooperation stone
rally now In
specialists here. of all class leaders in progress at New Mt.

SIRLOIN SP REB 6gc Airman Williams studied contacting members dad Olive Baptist Church '

11' military communications friends to attend church. under the direction of

ROUND procedures, message services. the Trustee Board, will .

structure and the opera- Rev S. Gaston pastor terminate Sunday, during

49'CLUB tion of teletypewriter of Greater st. Matthew an afterservice.All More people in liking to the outdoor -

CHUCK STEAK ...SAVtIO'L': . . LI. CQulprent used In the Baptist church and con- 21 pledget will be lift..and taking Pepsi along!

SAVE1OCLI. world-wide Air Force gregation will appear in requested to co.plete

STEAK ..... :... .. LB 69' cocsunications systea. an after .service at their payments so that Ptpsl's ipirkllng-clein taste If f PttCOUn (

SAVE 20 LBt The airman, son of Fountain Chapel Sunday all monies collected to never too sugary cr mat

CUBE STEAK . . . .ll. 79'Wltc. Mrs. Lillian I. Williamsof night Aug. 25. The ser- be turned over to the Think HPtpsl )
young ,
1655 ,. Fourth St., vice is being sponsoredby Education Building Fund pl.HlI"H'
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1 IN APPRECIATION for his lifelong contributions to

,.,, 1 the Jacksonville community civic fraternal and

l' j jJ 4 i. religious leader Joe H. James was suitably honored

"t nr last Sunday afternoon when a new $30.000 community

a;, center and adjacent well equipped expansive playground -
J area were dedicated in his honor the new

center to be known as the Joe H. James Community felicitations tendered them but not until they on
the body's felicitations to the sponsors and at- Kids I
Center. The program featured laudatory comments by behalf of the 3-A Community League membership of tendees. Other program participants Included the Hey

iIk. city and county officials and local leaders. The which Mr. James is president presents City Councilman Boys Scouts. Rev. A.J. Hughes invocation; the Get Your Free Pass Tickets

f pew center will be operated under the supervisionof Lemuel Sharp with a handsome placque. presented Ebeneezer Trio accompanied by Mrs. E. M. Hurley; Rev. For The Downtown 'J. C.

the Jax Department of Recreation. Photo (left). by Mrs. Bonnie Frazier in. a sunrise: gesture. Coun- UcCartha C. Wesley prayer of dedication; Joe H.Jame Penney' Store Back To

YOU'LL SEE Mayor Commissioner Haydon Burns and Mr. James con- cilman Sharp was cited for his fine support in expressions of appreciation and Rev. H.N. Carson School Sbow-Just Ask Them

duct the ribbon cutting ceremony while Mrs. Joe H. helping launch the project through. to its comple benediction. William A. (Buster) Ford served as For A Ticket-Reaeaber-

"MR. B" (Hattie) James left and others look on. Pix 2: tion. In photo right, the Hon. Fletcher Morgan master of ceremonies. The Show Is Next Wednesday

.you'll see him all the honoree and Mrs. James acknowledge the many chairman of the Duval County Commissioners brings (STAR Photos By Allen tucks) at 10 a... 'The

) over town driving his Greatest Show On Earth-

) New Deal Cab 145 Day OIITUARIES Mother Midway Mt. Carmel's Daylong Program Of Events Northwestern Sets Your Tickets Free At

like he's been doing Downtown Peaaeys .
f r for the past 20 years. Raymond Perry Jr ; 2137 AM Church Fashion Show Registration Dates
To Feature Fete
i He* s Esley Baker of ff 41st Street CALL MEETING: Rev. J.W. Set For MondayFinal Sunday's Schedule for students Coming Soon
1120 Florida Avenue and Mrs. Lovett L. Stephens; registering in the sev-
Jones, pastor of Mother With Deacon R. McKinnon serving as general chairman ,
he is dependable and 1666 V!. 7th Street. Midway AM E Church is plans have been and Deacon Hose Brooks as co chairman. Sweet- enth through: twelfth grade !.

helpful with driving lbert J. Pavls; 4810 calling upon all member completed for Yt. Carmel field Baptist Church will observe its 23rd annual classes at Northwestern" r--:
JuniorSeniorHigh School
skills that have earned Ave. B. and officers of the church Baptist Church's Fabulous Hens' Day program Sunday with prominent church this semester will be as !
Paulette Davis :
him several safety ; to meet immediately fol- Flare of Fashions which leaders and laymen featuring the daylong events. follows: r"

awards. 1"aycross Georgia. lowing the close of Sun- will be staged Monday Rev. D.B. Barnes is host pastor. Students will registe :."

Mr. Baker really has William T. Slaughter; day morning's service. night, Aug. 26th at 8 0' Heading committees as Erwin and Little Rock Wednesday, August 28th.

something to be proud 2534 Spirea Street.. Business of vital importance clock in the institution's general chairman is Dea Baptist Male Chorus. Eleventh end twelfth

o teethe fine job he's Mrs. Annie Flbert; 1525 will be .discussed auditorium located at 1500 con R. McKinnon. a Boy Scout Archie Grant; grade students will report -

done raising his family. W. 26th Street. and transacted. Harrison Street. veteran member and dea- Joseph Patterson. Rev.R. t 8:30 a. m.; ninth

He has 7 children and 8 Lonnie Anderson; 1324, Rev. F. D. Richardson Scheduled to be narratedby con who has been activein Leander Jo ires. anv tenth> grade studentsat

gfandchildren. Six of Bridier Street. assistant pastor of Grant Mrs. Estelle Williams church Sweet field's Offering Deacons Julius 10:30 a.m.; eighth grade
McKissick and Mrs. Theresa
his sons and daughtersare Ben Bush; 330 F.> Beaver. Memorial AME Church and Mackey, a bevy of models activities for over 35 Bronson. Eddie Simpkins. students at 1:30 p.m. ; LOOK It1t0' S COMING-LOOK

college graduates r-illie J. Range; 717 on outstanding spiritual consisting of adultsteens years. The co chairman Howard Devoe and Willie seventh grade students li} )'S COMING to Jacksonville -

Two daughters: Mrs. Blanche Street. leader will be principal and youngsters will demon- post is held by Deacon Gadson. Remarks DeaconsA. will report Thursday Aug. 30th. for 1

t f// Amanda Bell and Mrs. Lake Mrs. City.Paniel Maggie. M.p. Mack; speaker for the 3 p.m. strate the latest in Mose Brooks. .D. Grant and McKinnon; August 29, at 8:30 a.m. week. .REilSitt..,._KING..___of.._Det...:
spiritual tea being sponsored ninth, tenth
fashions and hairdos. observations Deacon The eighth
{ Mary Jane Hall are W. Mitchell: 928 by the Stewards and eleventh, twelfth graders Your Blessed
of Bethel
|| teachers;. one daughter, Oakley Street. Trustees of the church. The list of beauteous Mayor Bryant have been asked to reportto Friend who has helped
models will Include Institutional Baptist; homerooms.
J,i Mrs. Irene Cestro is a Mrs FllR. 1. Fmlth; 1504 Auxiliary Board 1 will beg. : remarks and their former many to fulfill their

| nurse; one son, Irva is 45th Street the guest board during Mrs. Mary M. Rogers Mrs. ; closing The seventh grade students dreams. I will be at the
the event,Rev. J.W. Jones Betty Jean Neal,the Misses i i Benediction by the pas- will report to the cafe-
i a barber in Miami: his Mrs Jtanj e Rogans; 655 ASTOR MOTS, located at
pastor : Angela and Beverly Hill, I tor. torium.
Esley works in a Pirrin rev J Bright Cleveland Fl.
son pastor announced. Miss Yvonne Rogers, Mrs. a pastor Principal H.H. ArgrettSr. 1111 St.,
.' New York City Post Office Mrs Pudine Pride; _5062 All officers members and Margaret Allen, Misses of Shiloh Baptist ,' has announced that 69198 beginning Friday

|ic ; Jarden Emerson "alcott Street. friends are urged tn at- Veda Lenore and Debra P. ., Church Palat a. first it is essential that all A.M. Aug. 30th for 1

j Baker just graduated Mrs. Itamese! lradtend this outstanding pro- Mackey Miss Maxine Sam- vice president and Moderator students who are to enroll] full week. (This is your

f from'college in June and ford; 818 w. Union St. .gram. pson, Mrs. Vivian Clark of the Union ft at the school report at chance. ) (Visit Rev. _

David Asgill Baker is a Willie ['. Jones; 1627H Douglas, Mrs. Eula Mae James Association will the specified time.To King and settle your

career Navy man. Mr. Steele Street. ORDER OF SERVICES Thornton, Mrs. Bernice be principal during the troubles. ) (A master
Fred Hill; 102? w. 27th 2 3n service.
; H
Mason and Smith. mindreeder).
Baker is a Sunday School opens at Place Your Ad
also belongs to the Street 9:30 a.m. under the supervision Mrs. Lillie Pearl Dob- Other program feature: CALL EL 4-6782 Everybody WelcoaeCUMMINGS'

.\ Young Men' s Social Club Mrs. Topsy Allen; IPin of Brother S.C. son Mrs. Gladys Crapp will be offered by the -------------------

and Mt. Ararat Baptist Harper Street Hart and instructors. Miss Willa Dean WillsUrs. choirs of Fweetfield.

Church. rufus Brown; 1700 Sycamore Morning sermon worship Dorothy Williams, Mrs. I and Tabernacle; John KINDERGARTEN

street. starts at 11 a. ? sermon Rosalyn MooreMiss Carmen Gray; r)eacon Benny Brown

When you need a comfortable Yancy Barrington; 2802 by the pastor. Stewards- Killy, Mrs. Katie Strick- Atty. Leander J. !haw Jr
: 1 cab ride, dial EL Toodland Street. DEACON R. MCKINNON Yrs Evelyn ASS Registrations are being
Trustees spiritual tea at land Mrs. Helen Toney. :L
.Veteran fall
Cab Cunnings, for the
4-1611 and ask for 'Little Grover Marshall; to 6 conducted
A 3 p.m. evening worship Mrs. Tiny Thomas, Mrs. Theme for the annual
145 Day. First thing yoi 2172 7oodside Avenue. Director term, opening Sept. 8th.A .
\ the
6 sermon by Black.
Alberta Stringer; ,p.m. Elexus observance is: 'The will be
1 t: know, you'll see Mr. B. Mrs. limited nuaber
tr. Louise Collins Miss
pas Mrs.
Church where the Latchis
t Ie. 1010 walnut Street. accepted. Children mast
sure to """tch ""ur hK Mrs. Alberta Arvinger; Friends and visitors are Jean Graham Mrs. P. on the Outside. ?n'4r 'have health certificates.
hour show Sunday momtngj welcome.INDEPENDENT Featured
at 9:30 en Channel 4. featuring 1547 Hill Street. Peace. Goodwill toward 'Program consists of art,
"!I Ken Knight models will DC Mrs. Yivan All Men."
Y. Gibs m, formerly of music, story telling, games all supervised by
School will be-
1/1 Tampa Mrs Juanita trained personnel. Large play area-For further ,
NEW DEAL gin at 9:30 a.m. with
KEROSENE HOME DELIVERY Prince, wellknown beautician information Call "!655404.5626 Sou t el Drive,out
Thomas Wiggins of
CAB COMPANY MECHANIC ON DUTYIke and model and Mrs. New Kings Road.AMAZING.
St. Matthew Baptist act-
Joseph ------------------- Proprietor well-
Barbara Brpwn Reed, i
111S CmnlU. Di.IIL 4.1611 Streets El 6-9432 ing as guest superintendent. '
.state and Jefferson known local model and
stylist. Guest teacher in the _

)1 Special attraction will Womens' Class will be

ST- SEA-FOO. D-S be Miss Jacqueline Lawrence Frank Donaldson of New COBBlES
BEAVER of Cleveland, 16-
Bethel AME Hens' Class ...C.: C.o b oc
year old model a recent
teachers will include:
,Headquarters for the Finest and Freshest Seafood Available graduate of Cleveland s Deacons Monroe Patterson -

2677 W. BEAVER-WEST OF McDUFF''AYE!: EV 8-2633 Jon School of Charm. Miss of Friendship; '

e Lawrence tegan her careerat Pobert Bailey.West Union ATTY. LEANDER SHAW .; '<,,,,.,

EAT SEAFOOD-STAY HEALTHY the age of 14. Eugene Sawyer. Bethelhem .. .On Afternoon Program t-- ,,:..
1 The young John B. singleton Elceep "; j
THURSDAY.FRIDAY SATURDAY SPECIALS model is residing with Lucas Alysoc v:. wise l

OPEN FRIDAY fr SATURDAY FROM 7 A.M. TIL7 P.M.SManp' her relatives, Mr. and .+ -r. Deacons J. *. Anderson M

pricM or.'gomg utf but/ 6pYy St Seafoods COT +4 m by'rettgerotld transport from My West, Mrs. J.E. Washington of and HOSP Broo><8. 4 1,n i ,
stoll keeps t.*w pre" d0ws. F M. Dctxtows. hah. 647 W. 17th St. She will t
TNC Sill Will AMAXI YOU 65 and fall Fev. F ti.:.P Simpson first is
FLA. LOBSTERS C model late summer
nlSM MIADWS MIDIU LB vice president of the t"
SHRIMP lt.IARCE 4Sc fashions. iF+ ,, ,
M. VttSM HIADUSS LOBSTERS 75c Proceeds from the affair
SHRIMP SIZE LB. 79c will benefit the renovating ,

public is invited 1
TAILS 1.55 ,I
COOKED STONECRAB Fellowship WeekEnds .: :,

CLAWS_ tgx.Le. 790 49cTtw Friday = I
Rev. rl. ,,:
rah writ t*off the morfcvt eh _Fresh daw CRAB MEAT, Lb. .......$1.15Fresh now for veur hem* freez.r. is inviting friendsto S .

I White CRAB MEAT ..."...IUUOKINGMACKERaSHAKS DOLLAR SALE S share in the final J'/- .,!

Friday night's serviceof ,, J
f l ." 45c FRESH CAUGHT MULLET..4 Lbs. -
I Fellowship week whichis
FlESH WATER CATFISH .........Lb. 4Jc! SHftimQATWHlTlH&.4Lbs.SALT being conductedfev. by REV. R. L. COLLINS : a. ,. ;
Our versatile'
FlESH CAUGHT SPEC. TROUT ....Lb.Bc c F. Felder. .
president .t J
WATER BREAM! .....4 Lbs. Baptist Sid Wllkerson. 'Su.-t -' ;it' "Four Seasons" is so fight you seem. to drift from
,d i MO SHAFFER. GeL Fensacola ..Lb. 55c of the State unday ,,
1. So flexible
S1EFSUEAD 4 Lbs. Antioch Baptist Rev. J. one csnhiat-treod step to yew
............ School and BTU
FRESH SHUCKED( OYSTERS ......PL !9fem nUN CAUCHTMAfFOftT Congressand B. Mitchell. Little Rocl REV. D.B. .umsI : can fold it with a finger. So smart, with ite Molfarso

CRAB CLAWS 12-Or. Pkf. ..... .8cm BLUE FISH ....4 Lbl pastor of Greater Baptist Deacon J. smite Host Pastor look and inch-high stacked heeL And so wM/iierld

11. CRAB CLAWS W: /tt"-r: f1.1B FRESH CW6KT MUM<< ....4lbs. Union .Baptist Church inDeland. Mt. carmel Baptist; amji I Baptist Jacksonville Brotherhood rill be the of with all the caressing ease of CobWeV IWMNM lit

LITTLE LQISTER WUNTttS ......LL $U8 Pate 1 FISH .. ..,. .......4 Lbs. .L. Grays.: Macedonia. main speaker daring the FOUR SEASON+ "?"

f Wm' SHAFFERS .............Lb. IhftI lea MANY UAFOOD OTMtft VAttmtS OtIUlO FRt TO( CHOOSE Of CMAlCt rtOM.AIL HEY Kids Deacons Leroy Smith Little will! 5: V p m. service
and Peter
t >> TRUCKLOAD SALE FRESH CUT STEAK FISH . & . . LB. 59c Get Tour Free Pass Tickets lead in the devotion. Others highlighting the

I BY,FAST REFRIGERATED TRUCK FROM ST. PETERSBURG Por The Downtown 'J.C. Other participants will:L service will include SHOES
Charles T. Williams; Mr. EllHAR RED CROSS
I'i{ LARGE SCALLOPS AFRESH fONK SFIClAl Penney Store Back To Include:
WI ., Fewell Deacon Thomas
School Sh laat Ask ; .
CRABS 7c of COB'
J.w. Jones
SEA 1 LI. PKC. Rev.
S1TAMtD DOZEN Tieket-Reieaber-
\ Por A Raucom; reason Mose An- 215 LAURA STREET
The Show Is Next led nmity Baptist. Sam 1ii1
1, SALMON nun COOCIB Tower CIAS CLAW met nurrsLOtSTIK MAIN lame MGT at 10 ....-.The 'd e son;. final reports
Hams Jr. ....
.. STtAKfMtTOHtU. SHAD RO awarding of prizesand --.r wwac .4 r-- ,
Show On Eartb'Tour .
1 I CUll coo ritUTS MIAY tams BAiHTin Tickets pree At )[!anon; Wendell P. Holm e benediction by the pastor 1\It Mid be II caacfitL w1 Ytr sriM. TIN A.-M.1M/1 W :. I

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: Rattlers Start FAMlPs PrexyIs Induction Celebrants Poor Teaching, Low Qualify listric...,

Reappointed _r _

Drills Au 26th TALLAHASSEE. Gore Jr.,-president Dr. GeorgeW. of -- -If i n. m'"\ Scored By Commencement Speaker,

'; Florida A&M University --., .yt
d I, i TALLAHASSEE -- The in- has been reappointed toa _tat>t '_ r TALLAHASSEE Kentucky educator told a Florida ,
during spring train-
" ; Florida: JttM University second four-year termon .g A. and 1L University summer commencement audience .
ing The guards will pull
*Rattlers, defending small and shuffle. Guards the Board of Controlof ,.. A sett last week that poor teaching, low quality :

! ,college, champions the Southern Regional ..
j struction. and a lack of interest in and
George Bowen and Ruby "
(will report for fall Educational Board by .. f_ 1
Givens are fast and will -' r. for the John Does who drop out of school may ia:1:1
;drills Monday, August Governor Farris Bryant.Dr. : ,
.' fit into the new attack. Jrr causable factors in the dropping out problem
I 26'.v'The-Rattli Bowen is a yearling tors in the dropping out problem facing ;
hold two sessions a day annual meeting of the ;.. -
while Givens is a sophomore tors today.Pr. .
until classes begin on Southern Regional Board if
Fnds Den- Carl M. Hill, presi- jJ
Alfred 4 tive ways to obtain the
September 9. They open which was held In connec-
I here against Lincoln University son. Fhltfield Jenkins tion with the National dent of Kentucky State good life freedom and 11'

Art Robinson'nd Carle- College, Frankfort spoketo Justice for all, in education ,
: on September 28. Governors Conference at

'-*We:.have sought the ton Oate are seasoned the Deauville Hotel on the graduating class in enjoyment, in j
last week at FAMU in Lee
veterans who are ready government--in all areas
agile, mobile and hostile Miami Beach
for the aerial attack. Hall Auditorium.'Too of life. :-
; players for out '63 squad
Denson and Oats are top many: drop out be-
including freshmen..* defensive men. HalfbackBob Gets Top AwardLOS cause they are bored not Grant 1 Awartfee
quipped Gaither
Hayes, the 9.1 world ANGELES (ANP) necessarily because of
i head football coach. "We
record holder, will be Decathlon champion C.K. insufficient ability but
are planning to hit
to the outside and more increase the heart of the Pat- Yang last week was the FAMU PHI DELTA KAPPAS---New members of Epsilon Upsilon Chapter of Phi Delta because they are not ade- 'j

tiers' running attack. recipient of three quately challenged and
Professional Educational
our passing" he Fraternity at Florida A&M University are Richard Hill

added. Halfback Charlie Ward trophies at the UCLA (seated, left), Dr. Edgar Epps, Edward Strickland, A.J. Polk (standing, left). counselled" he said.

=,A few new plays were put will be a tough man to track awards dinner and Earl Gordon. Continuing, he declared: '.
halt. Quarterback Jim 'It is our (educators)

Unique Service Tullis will be the key Receives CitationGETS Leon County School NewsAs own duty and responsibility -

Gets Home LoansNEW to the offense. to replace the I
the 1963-64 School term
approachesnew things \
The men behind the lethargy by
YORK (ANP) Rattlers' success will will be happening and many adjustments will and inspiration. Quality
Negroes and members of t
figure greatly. Plankmen be made by pupils.All teaching can help stem

other minority groups Denson Oats Robinsonand summer, adminis- elementary pupils, this the tide of school drop- "

who have difficulty Jenkins have already trators and teachers school term, between outs. What is called

negotiating home loans been mentioned. Tackle have been analyzing, GriffinRiley and South, quality teaching is based
can turn to nation-
a Emmett Gamble is the most planning, studying and west Schools. Some upon a prepared mind,

wide organization es- .improved player on the revamping program con- pupils now attending or character, enlightenedand

tabflshed to help in tents, methods and assigned to Griffin expressed interest,
1 line and the best line- =
GETS m D GRANT--Charles
such cases according to School will be reas- and the ability to work
to meet -
man In spring training. anticipated Burns
L. a 1957 graduateof
Henry A. Bechtel.representative signed to Riley and with others high
on a
Dave Daniels is back 7 changes. Florida MM University
of the '
Southwest Elementary level.
after sitting out a sea- School officials anticipate Is a Ford Foundation ad-
organization in the Schools, depending upon Addressing his remarksto
son. Owen McKay is headed 6,806 pupilsto ministrative intern with
Northeastern United area or location of the members of the
for another good year. be enrolled in the the New York PhilharmonicHe

States. Johnny Holmes is moving 1 twelve (12) county these pupils!: and their graduating class he told is the founderdirector -
Bechtel is executive accessibility to one of them of the problem of
over from guard where he schools. Enrollments in of the Institute of
secretary in seven these schools. These exercising the responsi-
played as frosh last urban schools will increase Study in the Arts of
northeastern states for shifts are to bility of citizenship--
campaign.The by approximate necessary Chicago. He is the winnerof

the Voluntary Home guards should be F 493 pupils. This increase equalize the pupil- political social, and the Ford Foundation s

Mortgage Credit Program, more stable this season. is due, in part, teacher ratio in the economic. He assertedthat $10.000 grant in symphony
authorized the 4
by Con-
Sam Fitzgerald should said schools. in a world where men
to some change in gradesin orchestra management.
gress in the HousingAct
have a good season.RobertBrown rural schools. BOND ISSUE are determined to be

of 1954. The program is ready and: always ad LAKE MCBRIDE While transfers are free there are varied Principals Groups I
assists In making mort-
dependable. Clarence BARROW HILLBeginning being processed for problems we must as responsible -

gage money available to white has two letters. September pupil accommodations, citizens work i
members of minority ReorganizedDuring \
toward effectively
Charlie Billings is the school administration -
groups who cannot obtain 1963, two of the rural

loans on terms as favor- being carried as a guard, 50-YEAR MEDAL AT FAMU---Mrs. Leola Nixon, schools will discon- is busily preparingto ving. a recent meet- '

able generally but he may be shifted to a native of New Smyrna Beach who now resides in tinue grades 7 and 8. meet the manychal 'Among these'he Ing of the Principal
as are
said "is greater acceptance -
available to others in center in September. California, returned for the commencement exer- Lake McBride in dis- lenging problems CouncilDevurn H. Glean,
of freedom with
an area. Archie Williams is still cises and to get her 50-year Alumni medal at continuing its 7th brought about by Increased % Principal of R. Frank

On a nation-wide basis the top center. Walt Florida A. and M. University recently. She is and 8th grades, will pupil popula- preparedness and re- Nims Junior High School,
We must
since its inception, the Highsmith and John D. shown here with G.W. Conoly, executive-secretary send these pupils to tion, by proposing a was elected Chairman for
work with determinationand
program has placed over Kelly should help make of the FAMU General Alumni Association. Griffin Jr. High School. Bond Issue which will the 1963-64 school term
the position sound. dedication for free- to succeed Fairfield
Barrow Hill School will provide additional
52,000 mortgage loans Sophomore Willie Powell Capt. Robinson Joins Fla. A&M Staff I f f dom and Justice and at Anderson.
for a total of over $554 and serlor Piifus Stephens send its 7th and 8th needed classroom facilities the time--with equal fer- Other elected officersfor

million. Of this total A&M University accord grade pupils to R. Frank for all pupilsof the year are: James
Captain R.
George vor-insist
upon pre-
20 per cent of the loans could reinforce the Robinson of Orlando has ing to an announcementby Nims Jr. High School. Leon County.Mr. and responsi- Tookes, Vice Chairman,
have been for minority quarterback position. Lt. Col. Albert J. This move will make Otis Mobley and Mr. concomi- Mrs. A.C. Howell, Secretary
been to the vital
assigned bility
home buyers. Tullis and Frnie Hart Parker, professor of all schools in the William Thomas have been as freedom and and Mrs. B. G.
United of
States Army Instructor tants
Weems Treasurer.
compose a good military science. He rural el tar-. asked to serve as chair-
The system works this at Florida area em en "
punch group Justice. Membership of the organization
will serve as an assis- The Concord, Raney and and co-chairman,
way: man 'May I say finally thatas con 1ts of Prin-

An applicant contactshis Historical Project Completed tant professor of military Station One schools respectively, of a Lay you seek personal suc- cipals supervisors, and

Regional VHMCP office science and instruc- dropped these junior Citizens Committee to cess which we all desire, County-wide Special

and provides. a cer- tor for sophomore cadets. high grades in priory coordinate efforts for remember we are Involvedin Personnel.

tification that he has Robinson returned from informing the communityon the problems of man- A program of in-service

been unable to obtain the Republic of Vietnamin The demands of pro- the proposed Bond kind. However high we growth will utilize con
June where he servedas
an FHA-Insured or VA- ficiency and the optimum Issue. rise however great the sultantsand specialists

guaranteed loan from at battalion and regimental development of On November 5, 1963, desire to separate our- centered around pro- \
staff regimental
least two local mortgage the "whole child" has freeholders will havean selves from the eternal gramming (present and
senior advisor to the
lenders. The regional made it mandatory that opportunity to votea struggles of this era, projected), techniques,
Army of the Republic of
VHMCP executive secretary ; all children be placedin this issue. All per- the gnawing reality is methods, and materialsfor

then contacts lend- Vietnam.Combat He Infantryman'sBadge was awardedthe school environs sons who are property here. We in truth can upgrading all of the

ing institutions par- in the Republ.ii best suited to providethe owners are to register claim success only as we phases. of the school's

ticipating in the program experiences, activities in this perilous age seek program.
.: between August 26-
Vietnam after being sub-
for the applicant. i
and training and participate in cree-
jected to enemy small September 30, 1963, at
Mortgage money is
which best meet
the office of the County
fire. He
arms previously
available through banks HISTORY OF FAMU PUBLISHED Dr. George W. Gore the demands and needsof

savings insurance and companies loan insti- Jr., (left, is) president presented of a copy Florida of the A. and History M. University of- served in Germany a three-year with tour the society.pupils in a changing Registrar Cole, to,be Miss eligible Hattie The Big Three On W R F I

to vote.
Second Armored Division.He
tutions and other hOft Florida A. and M. University by the authorsJ. With the facilities,
graduated from South At the same time,
mortgage facilities. W. Riley and Dr. Leedell Neyland.; materials and facultiesat
_. Carolina State College in the Appointment vs. the
I-----e-----------.r ROTC 1954. receiving a bache- R. Frank Nims and Election of the County

Comm.anderReceives lor of science degree in Griffin Jr. High Schools Superintendent will be

Citation Industrial education. geared to a junior high voted on. 4TW

it would seem
Captain was a FIRST GRADE
I obvious that pupils in
distinguished military RED1S1RATIONParents
National ROTC Band Association -
the rural areas can receive -
cited Lt. Col. graduate are asked to

Albert J. Parker pro- Regular Army appoint- the necessary register all First 1-4-1-0

f essor of military ment in Oct. 1954. He isa training at these junior Graders who did not

II II science at Florida AtM graduate of the Infantry high school enters. All register in May 1963, at Oi Yonr -= -
pupils from schoolsdiscontinuing
Basic Officers'course
.1t University for his out- the school of their
the Infantry Career these
standing contribution to choice on Thursday, Aad'aT
I grades will be trans- I
h the organization and his course. August 22, 1963 from
--------- -- --- --- Airborne School, and the ported.
country. 8: 3) a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
School located at a A ame.
Ranger of this ,
The tremendous growthin The urgency

'MADAM TINA PALMIST Fort Benning. Ga. He also the northwest sectionof registration cannot be flL

is a graduate of the .
the city will neces- over emphasized.On
Army Language School at
It sitate a shifting of this same date,
PIII.I the Persidio of Monterey.
parents who have pupils KUZZIN'S GOSPELAIRES

I I GUARANTEES: to read your ENTIRE LIFEpast, present and future. TALLAHASSEE BOYS WANTED Just moving in the

: iSle asks no questions, but WILL TELL you what you want to know, county and who will be-

giving dates and facts of business, love, health and family Yon Earn Cash Selling The FLORIDA STAR attending school in Leon KUZZIN'S JAZZARAMA

affairs. Tells you whom you will MARRY and when. If the one County for the first

you love is true, and what to do to be successful. Will unite Apply! 2017 Owen or phone 222-3025 time are to registerthem

the separated, locate absent friends and relatives, cause happiness at the school of KUZZIN'S KABARET

.g between MAN and WIFE. Make up lover's quarrels. Tells MIAMI 0 their choice.

if sickness or bad luck is natural enemies, evil influence and HAMPTON .. .

bad luck. Does not tell you to please you BUT will 'tell the truth. One visit FUSE MOTEL_and VILLAS r-----------------------I

will repay you for disappointment in all others. I not only read your life -: J-F tlyw 3..w.aP I
like '': s.+. r c P M ar ra. a .te mar TM
an open book, but I also help you out of your troubles. Medium and
4th C CttM Umift CHa swr aw ttrrrt
cNwdlM Ian Ur CG.m ttl M d fttf PUUUM

COMB AND SEE why: you are so unhappy, why everything seems to go wrong. Why beAd Drive WEEK-END up f ndjy-4em SPECIAL SurwJjy Afternoon 327 North Macomb Street J

and downhearted, sick and worried when yon can be helped and everything i
3 Days only $n 95M S'
made clear by consulting THIS GIFTED ADVISER.SVKYONE v I ***nm. I .
Nights ""
welcome. NO MAIL ANSWERED. I make no house to house calls. She will _
45s LPs !
that PIMM M 4 M o r, M 1 n tir
prove you can obtain your desires. Everything sacred and confidential.

litchi Tina is licensed by the State and County. Located permanently in her 1 1 Send FAMILY FORNam. ...... ........1 I. : '> -Jan KUZZIN'S FAN CLUB! 'I--\

ova home for many years at 2902 S. Monroe St. in Tallahassee, Fla. Open PLAN Arras Old 2244316nv

daily from 7 E.B. to 9 P.m. and Sundays 1mm 1 P... to 9 p... City+ . wa..J I |
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Gridders Dig Nite Life Miami Hosts Allegedly Takes Shriners I In Miami

Homicide detectives a +
Shriners' Meet

f ', N .. investigation are conductingan into '' I IY' Ik Iv

:,' More than 8,000 delegates and guests from all the Aug. 16th alleged 'j

, Puerto Rico and suicide of an Airforce _
parts of the, country, including
Sergeant at 22270 SF
in attendance at the
Y the Virgin islands were 109th Avenue reports

99th session of the National Supreme Council, disclosed.The .
victim. Sgt. Wendell -
Ancient,Scottish Rite Masons and its auxiliaries ,
Allen 38. was

held in the Hampton House and the Miami City found by Miss Clementine

Auditorium on Aug. 17-23 with Dr. William J. Glasscock who said she

k. Fitzpatrick, Most Powerful Sovereign Grand Com- observed Allen huddledin

a corner with an apparent -
the activities.
mander, directing
in charge, was held on bottle wound on
Assisting Dr. Fitz-
Saturday afternoon.. his temple with a Cal.

Patrick was the Rev. H. 111. Willis Tolliveris .22 pistol lying nearby.

Womack of New York Allen was attached to
B. Grand Deputy Inspector -
Headquarters Squadron31st
Lt. Grand Commander.Dr. General of Technical Fighter

K Julia C. Fitz- Ping reports concluded.
: H x. Peter Ray Grand Councilof '
: > I
aAM R patrick, National Grand Florida, host to the Changes Name _ _

Matron of the National annual sessions. Her- By action of the Boardof HIERARCHY---Mrs. Julia G. Fitzpatrick, National

Grand Chapter OES, has bert Bolen is Grand Trustees, the name Grand Matron of the National Grand Chapter,
TOOCHDOWNERS---Two topflight professional football players who were in Miami of Florida Normal and OES is seen with Dr. William J. Fitzpatrick, Most
Miami'' charge of the Order of Mrs. Isabelle -
recently, took time out from their gridiron endeavors for a visit to s Secretary.r. Industrial Memorial Powerful Sovereign Grand Commander of the National -

entertainment spots. Willie Woods of the Green Bay Packers, leftand John Eastern Star Heroines" Tolliver lathe College at St. Augustinehas supreme Council of Shrir.i'r- as they scanned

Henry Johnson of the Pittsburgh Steelers, third from left,' pre< seen with vivacious of Jericho Court, the host t rand Matron of been changed to the souvenir program for the Shriners 99th-

Mildred Hodges and "Butterball" Milton, right end popular WMBM Col-
Amaranth Court and the Star Grand Florida tional Anniversary meet held in Miami last wee*.
I radio disc Jockey who serves as master of ceremonies at the Miami Birdland, Rising lege.
National Grand Court
Chapter, OES.
Second Avenue and NW 7th Street. (ADAMS rom)
-.- of isis. Members of the Great Stars Introduced To "StarsSTARTIME "

Assisting Dr. Julia C. Nine of the National
Miami i Beauty And Singer Ttys.

MM Woimdri Fitzpatrick will ,be Supreme Council includeDr.

William J. FitzPatrick -
Mrs. Lillian Jefferson, ,4
MIAMI -- A 39-year old Most Powerful
Associate National Grand
man is listed in criti-
Sovereign Grand Com
cal condition in Jackson Matron, OES.

Memorial Hospital after manderIll. Alex Cott-
Among other highlights,
having been accidentlyshot ledge 111. J. E. Misen-
in addition to the
in the chest duringa
V heimer, 111. J.W. Chris-
struggle with an off- .. D memorial services, dedi-
duty police detective tian, 111. George W.Brown .
cated to deceased mem- f"' ci
Sunday Miami police re 111. A. J. John-
ported. : bers, are the Grand

James Scott, 39, was 1 ? Charity Ball held in son.

surprised by Richard ,Mot City Auditorium; the Also included. are' 111.

fett and another man in music contest :directed. "1" _
John H. Burns, Ill.: P. ..
the act of to 'fi
by Mrs. E. Lett Dixon of L. Patton. 'Ill. 'Richard
steal a bicycle from

Moffett' home at 970 sl Buffalo, N. Y. ; educa- H. Dixon, 111. Arthur A.
NW 10th Avenue.Detective meet- Anderson.
tional department
Lt. R.W. 111. Marvin Van Hen-
Fmerson who lives in the I : ing with Mrs. Viola
dricks, of St. Louis,
vicinity, saw Moffett I Payne, of New York,
and the other man' Mo.', is Imperial'potentate G
presiding: Doll Parade,
chasing Fmerson down the of the Imperial
street and Joined the Grand Matrons March, ---An indication of the Grand fashion in which the Miami edition of
Grand Council Ancient -
chase two men when they Sunday servicethe youth the Florida STAR is going over with Miamians and visitors from all parts of the

caught up with aerson. Arabic Order of nation is seen in the picture above. Steve Alimo, talented and handsome en-
program with the Rev.
Fmerson, identifying Nobles of the Mystic tertainment personality, is seen showing famous recording stars The MARVELS
himself, ordered Scott II L. N. Jackson, Detroit,
Shrine.Beautiful a recent edition of the 'STAR' as "Butterball" Milton rotund mm record
H. B. Womack,
to surrender but Scott and Mrs.
instead grabbed for spinner and nite-life programmer at the 'way-out' Birdland gives with the

Fruit continuity about the 'sheet' and relevant incidents.
Emerson s gun the weapon (ADAMS FOTO

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with the bullet entering .z ., i air Deaths

Scott' chest.Oelll Police Holds
';,.d': PAYNE, Gevena of 1326 Survivors: a niece, Mrs.

_IJorRISItIS' RELAXING singer Poy Hamilton takes time out for r NW 5th Ct. Survivors are Ola Mae Daniel of Atlanta -

Over relaxing during an engagement in Miami at Clyde 4f her husband Wyatt and Ga. and other MiamidN After

Kill ens' Knight Beat. His companion who's having a 5 chil dren.

Ricial Issves problem with the beach ball is Sir John Hotel receptionist MOORE Robert James,63, relatives. Fatal SHotlllrr

and part time yodel Mable Fdgecombe. of 749 NW 61st St. He is MAJOR. Carol Ann, 2- ,. ........
OCALA -- Giving as rea- stands 5-5 -. 1 ,
The attractive Star Front Page Beauty
survived by his wife of -
year-old daughter
sons. the heavy strain scales 135 and has measurements of 34-24-28 in 4 Maggie Moore. -1

of dealing with racial those other parts of her anatomy. An enthusiastic jIL 7 Mr. and Mrs. James i :t

problems" veteran Mayor flight golfer who was second runner-up in the, MIlLS Pearl Ann, Mrs., Major of 1346 NW 4th \\

R.C. mining quit his 1962 Miami women's! golf tourney, Mable also enjoys 34, of 1623 NW 1 Ct. (

post this week bowling, reading and sounds-digging. She is survived by her Ave.

Group Culled White Mvslims MOM Eats, mother and father. JORDAN Baby daughter

WALKER Baby, of 5706 of Mir and Mrs. Jordanof
Drinks Self
( DistrilMltu ( NW 22nd Ave. Survivorshis 22200 SW 115th Ave.
20,000 lrce ors To .DeathTAMPA. y
l a mother and father, l
MIAMI -- Local Fla. (ANP) -
police sources reported .
Mr. and Mrs. James Walk fANNIN William of 1366 !
Monday that a group calling itself the International A 29-year-old man crasheda tr" ./ 't
White Muslims of the World dance here last week er.JOHNSON. NW 68th Terrace. He is :.,
Shirley, 16of
distributed some 20,000 circulars here and proceeded to 'drink : --U survived by a sm, Al; 2 .JFTHPO F.HTT
1435 NW 61st St. She is
over the weekend stating it was at war like a pig" and '"dAnCe survived by her mother, daughters Miss Elmira
with the Black Muslims. like a dog" and died as FAMU LASSIE---Petite and lovely Miss MIAMI jethro Kenty
Viola Johnson anda
ra. Fannin and Mrs. Rosa B.
J Police are continuingto a result. Laurastine Deanna Mason, an 18-year-old 28. is being held without -

Investigate the organization ment in Miami is virtu- The man, Billy Sinew Florida A. and M. University sophomore sen. Jones and a sister, > bond for ho.ieideinvestigation

since thereis ally extinct. Spiegel ate drank and danced enjoys a slice of watermelon during the GARDIN, Ecna Mrs. 73. in the
of'814 NW 1st Ct. She is Mrs. Irene Brown. ,
said his
sources re-
presently no informa- himself to death after annual PAMU watermelon cutting in Gibbs Aug. 16th shots slaying -

tion on its Miami mem- vealed.He further stated walking "uniuvitexi" In- Park. Miss Mason is a French major from survived by her son, also several neicesand of CleotfU ".W..

bers nor its base of that the local office to" the president's Miami. Isaac. nephews. 38. police reported.
has closed down and he
operation.The Ball" during the 11th Eliza Mrs. ,-' of Peports reveal that
circulars.acoording believed that the rover annual convention of the Miami Funeral Director BuriedMiami SYMONETTE. Louis B.2. Keaty, who formerly
sent died on account 'of 1976 Nl 5th PI ace.Survivors -
to the police says the Florida Negro Deputy lived with the vlcti j
and year-old son of Mrs.
lack of support from -- (ANP) --Services the age of one graduated
group was formed to Sheriffs Association at for Lovell L. Richardson Jr.. from Bethune Cookman college are her s.n, Nor- went to the 218is sw
Beatrice Shel i
"protect their civil local Negro leadership. the Cuban Hall Patio. 38. owner of Miami's oldest in Daytona Beach. ris Wallacedaughter-in ten n 114th at 1:30 a... and

and economic rights" Detroit To Host Bynam. who a month before Negro funeral home.were held Surviving are his parents. law, 2 grandchildrenand an autooobile accidenton shot the victim in the

against the "totali- was fired iron his last in Greater Bethel African Mr. and Mrs. Lovell 1.. a host of other neck- wi tis a .110 t..*.
Aug. He sur-
Methodist Episcopal O rch. Richardson his widow
tarian Black Muslims." Equal Jobs Confab Job for drunkenness. ; relatives. killing her lataatly
.dies Beatrice social worker
Richardson following a a
The Anti-Defamation collapsed after per- short Illness. He became owner the. Florida. Department:' of BLADES. Harold, of. 700 vived by his mother, police said.
y League of B'nai B' rith B Washington-conference(ANP)-A regional fo raing & strenous of the Richards: Funeral Home Public Welfare;'*son. Lovell NW 4th Ave. Survivors -2' brothers Antonio Xeaty was take into
on equal em-
Arthur Spiegel said the ployment opportunity Is sche- "dirty dog" dance on 15 years ago when Us father. m. 14. and a daughter. Lovita. include 4 daughters, 3 Quiles and Anthony custody .bjr officer* L.

group could be termed a duled to be held in Detroit. the crowded ballroom Lovell Sr., retired. A native 1L :' sons and 1 broth er.STRICILA."fD. Shetonand a 'grand-- Legdia and a. Pitts

"self appointed vigi- Mich.. Aug. 15. it was Announced floor. He was pronounceddead Floridian he came to Miami at Willie G. following their arrivalon

lante" by Vice President Lyndon on arrival at Tampa no ther. the scene.
organization.The * ** Of 50IS N W 17th St.
Johnson last week. -
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make will be purchased this the to be running welL
1 tell you that belts would car seems
save >core than
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LOWER PRICES Seat belts reducethe- severity of 'accidents No wonder then,that most car protection it needs. The remit
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TEENAGCIRS, x99.50 WITH $20.00 DOWN being thrown against the windshield "sag", 'greatly sari aces' front tire wear, helps maintain front-end to hold down consequently,high repair cost
{ and. atl iument; Right.. Cornering; U safer, urrr uith ne\\" front .- purchase oil becomes diluted and.
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BIKES '49.00, WITH $10.00 DOWN pave. .. : ;:.--e 1 that f ol-
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Rates regardless of your age occupation crashes at moderate speed.-This is significant It happens when a car is anywhere from a few monthsto wide variety of No practical way.The motorist
i a year or more old This'"*set* dropi the: front end an inch automotivemerchandise may check the amount in his
marital status or driving record. in-light of the fact that 45 per or more and fouls up all the crankcase, but he cannot gauge
cent of all fatal traffic .accidents occur careful calculations oft h e control products the Monroe available today the condition of the oiL Rather
Call us before you buy or renew! at speedsunder:,:40 :m11 's an hour.. -* automotive engineer who, designed .:Auto Equipment Co.. this combination enables many than guess, it is better to be
the front end parts to shock absoiber and motorists literally to drive a guided by advice.
Bloody facts'I} this? .statement.-* proven
r ; yp fit and work together at normal coil spring unit overcomes I
hard A guide for-
bargain. simple
Swarming over 350 million.juiles. QL.U.J5.. height "front end sag" and the problems ,
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and 120 million drivers. Each of level was to replace the front car, back to normal height and The temptation arises to purchase in summer. Your car's engine ,
coil springs; This is a difficult restores the: front end geome- items at rock will run better, stay cleaner and '
them is capable of behaving"inan' unpredictable costly try. Front alignment is maintained replacement i
lob requiring equipment
tire wear is substan- bottom prices rather than shop last longer. ,
manner.. What the vehicle lacking in most service eta
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the middle lane hell-bent for try to overcome sag that but a,. half-million milesof
g that seemed a good buy in July difference in cost between oil J
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Jj On ThresholdTo Greatness Ala. GOY. Opposes AKA s Launch
Willie Mays Loves Two Outstanding At l.t.s

., White Rights GroupMOBILEANPGov. 5 Point Aid

o 8y His To Integration Plan Join Humble Oil E Compmy

y $90,000 HomeSAN
4 George Wallace last BALTIMORE Md.---Alpha Is an outstanding athlete's competitive spiritan
week said he
was 'dis- equally importtnt asset in the keen *
competition c
xi Kappa Alpha Sorority.Incorporated ,
turbed by the activitiesof FRANCISCO -
(ANP of the business world?
f lights in showing off to has
ABL? a local group A spectacular climb from
friends, is launched Based on the new ca- standing athlete and I
plush and a five-point
poverty to wealth has
kn formed to promote taken Willie Mays, who luxurous. It has gold program with emphasis reers in business of two scholarship award in f I

beaceable..uninterrupt- than carpeting,gold and white. on the total Integrationof Chicago athletes the 1953. That year, he was
earns more 8100.000
ed answer is
public education' yes are
in furniture an All-A ericaB I
and gold the Negro into A- high
a playing centerfield -
the face of court year Lou Brock of the Chicago
ordered -
,. integration. for the San draperies set off against merican life. This objective Cubs and Charles N. school selection In football
a white-walled is in alignment basketball and
Wallace said thegroup' Francisco Giants base- (Deacon) Jones. Big Ten track
i ryK ball team from a rundown draperies with national needs and
NCAA and
s purpose 'in my shack in his native alone cost Mays $3.000 goals. Olympic. track eacon' attended the
4p judgement is the full Birmingham. Ala. to a and the carpeting $25 a Since its founding in Both have recently. University of Iowa and

A integration of the $90.000 goldcarpetedhome square yard. 1908, Alpha Kappa Alpha Joined the sales forceof was the first sophomore
schooks of Moblie and The dining room is done
in San Francisco. has been sensitive to Humble Oil & Refining
k Mobile County. 'He in French provincial and social needs created
A man of high taste by Company, the nation's
further charged ABLE Willie known to million there are three bathroom the changing times, and largest oil refiner and

p ( Alabamians Behind of baseball fans as the and four bedrooms. At has continuously redesigned marketer. Brock is currently ; -
Local Education) with "Say Hey Kid," says whether dining the pattern of its minding his regu-

publicly questioning'my his new. nine-room man- alone. or with friends. program to help meets lar duties in the Chicago ;

f sincerity in the sion is the answer to a Mays uses white, gold- cl1 exigencies through ruh outfield Jones

II I,I matter of the public long-cheerished dream.He :rimmed china plates" mono- the work of its chapters a more recent employeeof

: ARTHUR ASHE. 20-year-old UCLA Junior, and first schools and further, lives alone--but like grammed "WM., A maid located throughout the Humble, is devotinghis

member of his race selected" to play on the U.S. by Implication.has intimated a illlonaire--ln hi caring for the cleaning, United. states and a- full time to his oil

Davis CuP:-team, went all the way. to the semi- that I do- not dream home which was recently cooks his meal. broad. company job When the

finals of the recent Wimbledon championships being oppose violence.' featured in Ebony Other luxuries include Mrs. Julia B. Purnell, Baseball season is over

a defeated by teammate Church MCKinley, the He was joined by Staee v Magazine one color ,and three por- International presi- Brock will rejoin his

j eventual winner, :Ashe1 s only apparent weaknessis Sen. John Tyson and Rep. Willie's hone is located table television sets a dent 'of the Sorority, colleagues selling heat-
glass-walled billiardroom I
his forearm service where he is rapidly making Mylan Engsil, both of in an exclusive announced plans for Ing 011.Brock.
and a liquor closet
improvements. Mobile, in making the section of the city program implementationin broke into the
Gov. Pat Brown of Cali- where Willie keeps an
statement.Mrs. a recent meeting with
Ga. Youth HeldIn fornia is amply supply of drinks to win the NCSA
a neighborwhen cross-
Hoi is Wiseman the Directorate body
Negro Joins Shooting physician's wife who. he is in town. for friends and visitorsHe at headquarters in \ country championship. In

Mays is separated frop himself never touchesthe Chicago. Eschewing the 1956 he was a member of
heads ABLE, said Wal- his wife Margherite. stuff. Mays is still the U.R. Olympic team at
values of a prime d ama
Claimed Accidental
Computer Corp. lace's attacks were the Several month ago, a awaiting the shipment of Melbourne, Australia. He
approach to program accomplishment "-
C3LUMBUS. Ga.-ANP)--- product of misinfor- San Francisco court his pool table. He also -':: : won the Big Ten indoor
she emphasized ,
Cleophas Tyson jr., 17, mation, possibly proved granted Mrs. Mays a. plays that game expertly ,: and outdoor mile and
SANTA MONICA Calif-- president of a local by a 'smear groupl'Our maintainence settlementfor Mays does not thing he the necessityof "5' _: two-mile titles, was the
J (ANP)--Dr. F.A. Coles close cooperationwith
-civi'ri gh ts youth prime concern Mrs. 'herself and their is living extravagantly.In NCAA two-mile winner,and

Jr., has joined the group, has been orderedto Wiseman said, 'is that adopted son Michael $ < fact, he thinks In other organizationsand in 1958 was a member of

I System Development corp- face a grand jury on our children continueto now 4.r'ith spending for the comfortof programs committedto the U.S. team competingin

i oration's planningstaff finest his his home he is maintaining a cooperative Russia
charges resulting from receive the fabulous salary Poland, Hungary -
it was announced accidental. shootingof education our state-and (he is the highest making a sure investmentHe and under- k. London and Greece.In .

last week by SDC director another youth.Recorder's local school systemscan paid player in baseball) said of the home: standing spirit among 4SJJ 1959 he was a member

of planning Saadia Judge T.M. provide in the face and earnings flowing in ''This is somethingI've human beings. of the U.S. Pan American

t M. Schorr.Dr. Flournoy ordered Tyson, of...desegregation.' from advertisement endorsement wanted for a long 'No organization can teeD!; and again in 1960,

Coles will be engaged president of the local or for the time. A home of my own. go ut alone any more a member of the U.S

"in the analysis of youth council of the Gibbs Announces mere mention of hid name Everything came quick than a person or a Cubs line-up regularlythis Olympic team in Pone One

economic environment in and for me at the nation can it alonein year and is makinga
NAACP bound over to the Willie can afford to live easy go of his great thrills was
support of corporate grand jury on chargesof Registration Dates royally. And he does. start and money went these times. We all name for himself as an audience with the

planning activities. shooting at anotherand ST. PETERSBURG opening His home, which he de- right through my hands. need each other, in tryIng one of the most troublesome late Pope John XXIII whena

Prior to joining SDC carrying a pistol activities at Gibbs USO IItll.s to make a contribu- players in the National member of that teaa.
League-- I
Dr. Coles served in a without a license. His Junior College will fea- tion that has real Brock, who attended '

number of significant bond was' set at $750. ture a full three day Negro HeadsRegional li CbrlistoiCHARLESTON. meaning," Mrs. Purnell manager somethat of rival is. to teams the Southern uni versa;lty, Ba ,

government positions dismissed registration, orientation said. ton Pouge Louisiana, hit
Flournoy a S.C.-(Am') when he gets on base, I
with the U.S. Agceny for and testing ses- The program calls for for a respectable 263
charge of discharginga l anything and
Post ---The Charleston USO can happen,
International Develop- establishment
firearm. sion for freshmen Col- (1) of average with 9 homeruns
usually does. Pitchersare
ment and its predecessor lege officials,announce. management committee counseling services for and 35 runs batted in as
Tyson, a leader of worried about his
organizationsthe Inter- The freshmen are expected last week announcedits parents of drop-outs and Cub rookie last year.
anti-segregation demon- WASHINGTON--ANP-- stealing second,or thirdor
national Cooperation Ad- to report to the policy governing for counseling and That' breaking in to
strations here last Secretary of Labor W. the even Tiome. He can
newly integratedclub.
ministrationthe Foreign local college campus tutorial services for the Big Leagues in a
month, was arrested Willard Wirtzlast week take that extra base on
Operation Administrationthe August 28. The registra- weak students and drop- speedy way--the only way
after Henry Oscar Owens, announced the appointment the slightest chance and
National Security tion, orientation, and Under the new policy, outs on the elementary, Lou knows how to perform
'\C, 17, was found shot in ,. of Thomas N. Young ,;'allowing for Integra- even a sandlot youngster
Agnncy, and the Economic testing sessions will extend -; secondary, and college
the rfght'shoulder be- as New York regional tion, the Charleston knows that extra base Hey KidsGet I i
through lefel
August 30. : (2) promotion of
Cooperation Ad- hind a Negro cafe.Owenswas director of the Labor win games.
facility will admit all t
Sophomores will reportto the creative and
ministration.With per- Your Free Pass
released after Department's Bureau of The Jones legend is Tickets
members of the Armed
the campus August 29 arts in
these agenciesDr. treatment at the Columbus Veterans' Reemployment forming op- testimony that the competitive For The Downtown 'J. C, I
for a two-day registration Forces. However, it
Coles has served in Medical Center Rights, covering the will discontinue portunitydeprivedareas spirit and will Peony Store Back To School :
Israel. emergency room. and testing program. states of New York and ; (3) collectionand to win lead to accom Show-Just Ask Thea For A
Classes for all students events both inside
From 1946 through Police quoted witnesses New Jersey.: distribution of sbnent.He's a graduate Tlcket-Reaeaber-The Show I
will and outside the USO
1951 he served in Young becomes the first books, pamphlets and Is Next
a as saying. Tyson took September 3rd. where civilian Junior of Biys Town, Nebraska, Wednesday at 10&...
numteT of educational the Negro to head a Labor other materials by and where he was commissioner 'The Greatest Show On '
pistol from another .
Freshmen are urged to be J J hostesses; are Involved,
about and their
positions at Lincoln department regional Negroes of student governmentand Earth'-Your Tickets Free
youth who was sitting on on the'campus by 9 a.m. and servicemen will not
University, 'lorida A&M office.A accomplishments, and the received the out- At Downtown Penney .
the trunk of a car and Wednesday August 28 in be permitted to bring
College, and Texas writing materials that
began playing with the order that college of- career employee of guests or dates to the i .. &t
Southern University. the not now exist and are
weapon. ficials can make plans ment Federal since 1945 govern-, USO.Added needed to help place the
Younghas '
-. for the annual testing
and his contribu-
TASTE WHAT'S HAPPENED TO LEMON AND LIME I program. W. Frvin Pouson. in veterans'had long experience programs.He brought about by the Negro tions to world societyin II :1
head of the counseling L'.j.-.1
Joined the New York new policy Includes proper perspective; .
services, announces that
for freshmen office of the Veterans jude arts and crafts, (4) support of civil
the tests
tJAITeem will be given to deter- Administration in 1946, sports tornaments rights legislation, organization -

GO mine instructional pro- and as a contact representative talent shows, game of leadership FLORIDA LOBSTERS L,. Me !
nights and discussionS.Diseylend "Superior /fevor to MaiM
grams. assisted training groups, interracial torUty.-tayi local sir towfef :

$40,000 PwseOffend returning servicemen in PromisesTo discussion MANGROVE SNAPPERS u. 4Jo I

exercising their rightsto groups and community- MID. LARCI .

CityBOSTONPromoter services and benefits Hire More planning groups to FANCY FLOUNDER B ffls LB. 4'C !I

every provided by various acts provide a stronger TRU.YAL SHRIMPORAMA SALE

TEEM saa of congress.. Negro EmployesLOS basis for human understanding ,.. ,
tingling Silverman said he has SHRIMP 49: [lb. f45 JL
In 1954. Young trans- ANGELES-ANP- ; (5) study of ISOLD ONLY IN % IB. lOXIO ,

offered heavyweight con- ferred to the Department Following a conference family living, home LARGE SHRIMP 89c

time! tender Cassius Clay $40, s Bureau of Vet- between representatives economy, budgeting and MEDIUM SHRIMP IK

000 to fight Tom Mc- selective buying tech- ,.. 69c
erans' of the Fair Employment -
Reemployment MMMiit to 10 U. Uft
Neeley of Arlington, Rights. Untio his appointment Practices Commissionand niques.

Mass. in a midSeptemberBoston as regional Los Angel est. famous The program will be FAMOUS FORTY-HIttERS MULLET ROW !

3 Garden bout. director, he served in fun spot Disneyland, known as PROJECT AlA,

[ Silverman said he made the Bureau's New York officials of the amuse-' and will involve the YfLLOW TAIL MEMiHifLlET u. 2Ic I
the offer to William office as contact rep- meat park agreed to abilities'_ interestsand SNAmft ... LI. 49 C LAICImm

s Faversham, one of Clay's rEPresentative and reemployment speed up the hiring of talents of the entire FXBH WATIK u. 2tc

managers, but no immedi- rights repre- more Negroes, accordingto membership-- CATFISH ... LI. PUSH rioztK,

ate reply has been forth- senative. a recent report.A 40,000 women.Oinegas FRESH HOC' u. WeSTEAKF1SH .

coming. BVRR provides reec- survey revealed that LARGE RED BASS u. 32c u.5/cmm I

Considered a one-time ployment assistance to out of 2500 workers Endorse
(: heavyweight contender, veterans, reservists only Speckled TROUT u. SAC .32c I
at Disneyland,
McNeeley has been,on the. and national guardsmenwho The 10 U. .u.Me !
52 are Negroes. Rights MarchThe
comeback trial followinghis serve on active II I
conference was the result I
knockout? by Floyd military duty or train. of a litter from Supreme Council of

Patterson the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity -
prominent Negro women s -
had, as a part y
clubs of the city to

_You_ Dod t Have to Go to Town to Get the FtPC. of its Social Action JWI I-
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The FEPC is trying to Program, endorsed the i-
civil rights demonstration
the hiring of
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I UNANIMOUSLY ACCEPTED by the youth! and adults of pansive area bounded by Grunthal and Hurst Sts. leaders. While the program was underway at the plant's many recreational features. Operation of

the community Sunday, was the plush joe H. James which was dedicated during an impressive cereultramodem, air conditioned Center, the ;youth the Center will be supervised by: the Jax Recreation -

Westside Community Center, located on an exmoray participated In by city, county ,and civic of the community were taking advantage of the Department. (STAR photos by Allan Stocks)

Famed Sebring 12 Hour Race Rtsttd IRks EI- Rattler Turns ProFORMER Series Of Double Heiders

Scheduled For March 21, 1964 Rejoins! Cubs : ';i:' ;: . k.. '

SEBRING---Alec Ulmann, race director and or- CHICAGO -- (ANP) -- .Jt. 1 To Feature Final Homtstwd

\ ganizer of the internationally famous Sebring Fmie Banks, Chicago Cub '

12-Hour Endurance Race running here each Spring, slugging first baseman 1"-. ._. '..: :, : -

announced from Paris that Saturday, March 21 returned to the Bruins The last home stand of fare and hotel furnished

1964, would be the official date for the thrill lineup last Sunday after the season is coming up by the Suns.AifeU .

packed annual auto racing classic. A new start- several days of intensive August 23rd thru 30th >t :.2J-Colullbus-6 p.m
ing time has also been set for 12 noon with a examination at with three top teams in Advertisers Annreciation

finish at midnight Saturday, and a supporting Wesley Memorial Hospitaland .. the League. Buffalo NightThe annual WW"

program of qualifying and practice events start- appeared to be in : Indianapolis and Columbus Salute to the fence and

Ing with Monday's registration, March 16, 1964. fine condition, mentally coming into Jacksonville. scorecard advertisers of

Retirements, crashes and and physically. August 23Buffalo7:30 the Jacksonville Baseball
France ,4tn Porsche secondnew
driving stars on the and jaguar third. The team bread-and- a.m.--St. Regis 'Vermo" Park. .. .

road racing circuits of butter player, who is night: A soft ball game August 30--Columbus--
The possibility or ad-
I the world during the 1963 ditional American auto- called "Mr. Slugger"by before the regularly 6 p.m.--Grand finale for

season will change next both fans and fellow schedule game, beginningat final home game of the
motive companies entering
year* s roster of drivers players, Ernie was almost 6:30 p.m. Two teams of season! Lady Boosters of
,the road racing
program on
the immediately rein- St. Regis employees, cap- the Suns, the Sunflowers,
aces of the past an official status has
serted into the line- tained by Adrian Zabala. are celebrating this
giving way to the newer been greatly enhanced by IJ IA
: and up by Cubs Manager Bob Fx Jax Brave and Ted Jiite. Box seat ticketsare
younger stars. Sethe singled handed
efforts Kennedy And Banks showed Forsyth, Ex Minor League being sold by all-
brin&'s fast,toll taking .* the Racing Division of
that he benefited .from Player. "Miss St. Regis' Sunflowers for reduced

fhe- :nt-two-mlle cir- the Ford Motor Company.. A the rest. chosen from the most prices. The Sunflowers _

cult will be the initial deluge of hard-earned Frnie not only moved A lovely of the St. Regis hope to fillup the orange

test of the 1964 road checkered on the lively around the field, ladies will be intro- box seats at the ball

l' racing season. road-racing circuits but he was driving the duced. park.
. i Sebring is still the ovals and ball well.He hit several AugiBt 24Buffalo7:30p.m.
international FLA A & M Rattler Bob Parremore (23), and Bill (Thunder) Thornton of Hurlcr aces
only race road in the 'Suns-Bisons Field
pitches on the nose, although --
rallies throughout the Nebraska, are listening to Intructions from backfield coach Charlie Trippiof
United States awarding he collected only Day Contest U! 11A contest Back !I.
world have brought glory the St. Louis Cardinals, a former All-American halfback from the Universityof Mijors
points toward the one hit in four timesat (other than baseball )
rr-- Ford name, estab- Georgia.'1be two joined the team after aiding in the college All-Stars recent
Challenge bs.. He played in theCubs' between the Suns & The ST. LOUIS -- A big
and for1lshing once again that 20-18 defeat over the Green Bay Packers during the annual game In Chicago. favorite with local fans
Endurance Trophy second game against Bisons, starting at 7 p.m
Manufacturers. This year development of the motor the lowly New An Fgg Tossing Contest since the time he set a

(1963) the Challenge was car for ultimate safety York Mets which the Chiefs Hopefuls Liston Clay Home Run Hitting. Throw- club record of 225-

won by Ferrari at Targaand durability; on the diets won 114. after ing (into a Barrel!). In strikeouts IB 1958, teed

Florio, Sicily; Nurburg- highway is best Proven in dropping the opener to field Drill and A wheel- Sam Jones rejoined the

ring Germany and LeMans the tests of scuh Baling the Wrigleys. 8-1. barrow Blind Man's Bluff! St. Louis Cardinals here
circuits as the famous Banks was sent to the August 25-Buffalo--4 p.m recently.

Hey Kids'I Sebring 12-Hour Ffrlurencei_ hospital for intensive Family Pay at Ball Park-- Fddie Stanky and Clyde

Get Your Free Pass Tickets Race. held here each Spring: examinations after his At present Miami. Whole Family--in grand- King according to
For The Downtown J.C. .
batting average dipped champion Sonny Lis- Without divulging stand--only $1.75. Manager Johnny Keaae.
Penney Store Just Ask Them
to slightly above 100 *F k ton would like a tuneup whether "money talk" Winding up the season vat'tied Jones' perform
For A Ticket-Reieiber-
sneezing per cent during a bat- fight in New York's Madi- had been discussed It with a big smashthelast with the Cards' International -
The Show Is Next Wednesday -
ting slump that extendedfor son Square Garden in was also mentioned that a five games of this League Atlanta

at 10 a.a.- 'The I kayfevtrCI many days. It was December on hometelesion razor company would give series will be all Double Club and were conviced
Greatest Show On Earth
I i even speculated that with plans for meet- the champion at least Headers----which will be that Sad Sam could help
Tour Tickets Free At
Iriel/'tQnealMealwla Ernie might be suffering ing challenger Cassius $300.000 for the home crammed full of excitme/it the Cards during the sea-
Downtown .
Penneys from a recurrence of an Clay in 1964 in order to television defense.In and baseball for all the son's stretch ran

eye ailment which also beat a huge 1963 tax further explanation, fans... Righthander Joees, who

Ceffpleto hospitalized him for rb bite from Uncle sam fol- Liston said 'I had August 26--Indianapolis- is listed as 37-years old

KITCHEN MODERNIZATION) some time two years ago lowing a phone conversa- planned to go to New York 6 p.m.---Beginning a five was cut loose by the

I tion with Garden Match- to talk to Brenner and day series of double- Cards after having been

{ < Direct Factory to You TtRHis Clvb maker Teddy Brenner. promoter Harry Marksonbut headers! Panger Hal's given aa WBCOBdltloaal

. t :, CUSTOM.CABIiETS Garden sources stated now I've decided to Baseball Party RangerH release by the Detroit
that during the conver- meet Brenner some place al popular MC on Tigers.
of f FofBica or Wood Is Organized dation with Liston. else later on." Channel 4 Station WJXT -- Jones then played with

1 Brenner suggested that Liston also disclosedthat Gifts of balloons, loli- Toronto and was later
1k k : :* REFRIGERATORS RANGES At JWJ YMCA Sonny meet the winner of he Is considering a pops and ice cream. PLUS traded to Atlanta with

Dish, Wasters Silts Hoods the Frnie Terrell of Chi possible Furopean exhi- a drawing for many fine the two elate this year.

cago-Doug Jones of New bition tour to keep him- prizes: The grand prizeof Jones bad a 9-4 record
Organization of tennis
club to be known as the York Sept. 20th bout in self in shape before a 3-day trip to Buffalo and a 2.45 PBA IB 84-
ster Junious Buchanan,
PAWING YMCA Tennis Club and. foC 6-7. 276-pound defensive Las Vegas in December starting for a December N.Y. with the suns, innings he allowed M

N9 BtWN PAYHENT-LBW M8NTHLY PAYMENT the purpose of stimu- end. who appeared with match to take place in fight. for some lucky youngster hits. 23 earned ruse 14
and his parents plane .walks and 97 etrlkeoat.
lating the
All Home Improvement Service throughout the city -took of All-Averican Minnesota and Bobby.Michigan Bell :

2154 PHOENIX AVEWE JACXSSNYULL place recently at James State'sFd Budde during : :
Weldon Johnson Branch the recent annual All- ;
Fir Free Estimate TolwffciH 3355-1144 YMCA. star game in Chicago has

Tennis classes for joined the pair during

1; novices and more experienced training with the Kansas

r be held three days weekly
with the dates to be announced * * lJ
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Mer Von'sPhaimacy
Elected as officerswe Wildt TIlls ckwL .

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Mrs. Gwendolyn J. Man ;. a3-24-3 0 -' "

!r :! cram Gillis, president vice president: Mrs. F.; ; .,221-18-64. F 7.v 7.

I Miss Virginia Thomas _' r=: N

2735 Mist EtfiewHd Arm secretary; Miss Mary M.. 5 :, 9 ", '. .,/."...'.A-,, .

Graham, treasurer; Miss 3 2 .:::4
lit 8s FIN YMT Melt PriuriftiMWo Denice Schell, chaplain; ,
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interestedin \ ... :t;, ..
WiN AssiftoHt If atilt MtfciHS All persons Sometimes he' s up \ .. .r t "
becoming members of .1f
SHtrits CnfoctiHW Sometimes he's down C $ Ir
# Cosietics -
the club may contact its He adds, subtracts \

I advisors Julius Guinyard He works it all around
PLEASE Dial PO 5-4485 or PO 5-1582 and Jimmy Walker. Julius GOYER tw
COMING ATTEAC11GS5 Beef at its Best
I. D. Harris Reg. Ph arm. Jones is program direc 42 347 >51
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:: = New Bethel AME ChurchIn Sears Shows Fashions At Edgewood LoungeFASHION PIANO WANTED LEIS SHE REPAIR '

Party Will Pay Cash!
connection with the sit on their pews. Meq Chorus-Mrs. Bryant, CALL S 1-4290JOHNNlfS Shoe Repairing ;j

,annual observance of Wo Please make this an presiding at the organ Of Aiy Kind -< |
outstanding occasion and
<'men' s Day at New Bethel Usher Board 3 under the ROOMING HOUSE Is Our Only a.siess .. ..
V keep in mind that each i JOHNNIE ROOIl -A1l -
AME Church a pew rally direction of Mrs. L.B. 1. M
'I member will be given r Modern Furn-H&C Wtr- 845 Flarida Aveiue : (
'is scheduled for Sunday credit for whatever contribution Hall will serve. A.C.E. Free TV in Every Room x:'

evening at 6 o'clock.The she makes at League ,meets at 5:30 225 East Union Street.
Hey Kids !
chairman of the Program this time in this ef- with Miss Cheryl Gilbert
FOR SALEI! Get Your Free Pass Tickets
Committee has pre .. fort.. president. Evening wor-
r1 3841 Elbert Ave. Lovely For The Downtown 'J.C.
pared.... tor.ihiey. ,. ". 'l' Services Sunday will ship and pew rally 6:00 2 Bedroom Home conveniently Penney Store Back To ,
with a:mSslta: t1,"'progf, an...- located off Ask The :
begin.; with the Sunday School Show-Jost
in Ithlcnf:s.omtdf ,*he : p.m. Ribault Scenic Dr. Space Por A TicketReaeaberThe -
leading. artists. ..'of-j he School 9:30 a.m. with Tuesday 7:30 p.m. 3fe for garden-Total price Show Is Next Wednesday I
city;willies r.e; ard: ,.'The, Cupt. Frank F. Don- Class meeting; Wednesday only $6,950 with $50p at 10 a.a.-'The :
k down) $67.00 oonth. Call Greatest Show On Earth'Your ,
chairman I," "of'';--th. %.r-ir-Women s aldson, in charge. 6:00 p.m. junior choir Today-7710631 Arthur Tickets Free At
Downtown Pesneys J
Day..f Yrs ;Opehelia To- Morning service--11:00 rehersal, 8:00.p.m. No. Lynn Broker. jl
'st onWis1 urging all Women .. I
and o'clock sernon will be ] rehersal. .? IMPERIAL SUNDRIES
s Day Captains
Co-captains togetherwith delivered by the pastor. Thursday/8:00: p.m.. Patent Medicines Cosmetics I I

the women on all Rev. Charles E. Tot son. Choir 2 reherWl.'.' All. Leading Hair Preparations
,,''' .. Cor. BROAD AND ASHLEY EL ',
groups to be presentand Music will be furnished '-..>-
to ask a friend to by New Bethel' *.. ..*:' a 1

Bock To School I Special 1 TERRIFIC IARGAIH
} equipped and now doing nice business i4
+ xVVV
Complete Line Of Notions Simplicity -' HcCall Patterns7'i VV S Blocks from Edward Waters College--1478 Kings

SUMMER CLOSE OUT [[will Road. sell cheap and finance part for responsible
%V PORECA T>T.S--This charming group of young ladies and the [party.
\i Reg. Price Sale Price
lucky young gent were models in tlie;' Forecast of Fashions'a fash- Fl 9-6471 or 356-9002 I

.,.... LINEN. .................... $1.98 .............. ...;-$1.49 ion show held at the swanky Edgewood Lounge last Monday night. In

t VOILE.............,......,..... .98............... .79SATEENS the front row, left are. Lavern Hayes, Sally Rushing, Edwina Thom- STRAND Starting S dayKOOStVELT
pson, Eloise Huston and Julian Walton. In tIle back row in the

... .."- ....:..;:, :,. .:=.,....1.39 ...:...:.: :79 same order are: Wilhelmenia Vaughn, Juanita Prince,Julie Rawles, '
Eula Thompson. I.

DOTTED SWISS..69: The display of fashions featured garments from Sears Department

SPECIAL GROUPS............. ..... 1.39 ". ....................79. Store with narration &y M Sears Fashion Co-ordinator Susan Reid i
(insert), assisted by newspaper columnist Beulah McClellan, lounge

THE YARDSTICK FRABIC SHOP hostess Hattie Devoux and Hugh Wilson, lounge manager. and

5860 NORWOOD AVENUE Adjoining Gateway Center POLICE REPORTS -

I PAD10 SNATCHED ': Free Delivery Free Delivery : I 'I


II EDGEWOOD/J Herman: Third Moore St. ,reported 24, 915P : SHUMAN OF : r '

unge I he was standing on Davis
and Ashley Streets : DUVAL INC. :
Glorious Entertainment Nightly wh en three men approached Hercules VS. Tarzan

\" 'V : TIThe group asking him. remission one of the Building Material "DUEL OF THE TITANS11

to hold Moore's radio,

reports disclosed. The Best for Less -and-
Moore said when he refused -

one of the trio 235 LB. SHUMAN ROOFING ...$e.29 PER SQ. "THE TRIAL OF SGT. RUTLEDGE" ': I
held him while one of 215 LB. ATLAS ROOFING .....$5.40 PER SQ.
the other men took the 15 & 30 FELT..............$1.85 PER ROLL I
radio from.him. Moore. 2x10 SPRUCE ...................$90 PER M. I SKYVIEW Drive In
who told police he couldidentify 2x4 RED CEDAR.........6& PER LIN. FT. I
all three of 1x12 RED CEDAR ....... ..Sb PER LIN.FT. Sunday I
t Starting
the men, gave them suf- %"PREFINISHED MAHOGANY V

spect in the 1500 block I PANELLING ...........$4.50 PER SHEET Sidney Potier And Tony Curtis i il
of w. 6th St., reports %"4x8 CHAMPAGNE WALNUT
3"" UNFINISHED BIRCH ..............$13.95 t
Murray Mae Gordon. 43, NO.2 OAK FLOORING (RED) ....$150 PERM. t "GOLD OF THE SEVEN SAINTS"A
712 W. Duval St. states H" SHEETROCK 4x8-$1.66 PER SHEET, Big Western In Color
she was riding home from 4x10-$2.08 PER SHEET,4x12-$2.50 PER .
a County Tavern with two SHEET .
unknown men who upon .
Big Broadcast reaching town, stoppedand PER 4x10-$1.63 SHEET PER SHEET, 4x12-$2.02 .' OUR GREATEST !

left her on the 1600 2"ROCK WOOL INSULATION 15&23 t
Live Radio Show Directly From The Lounge Block of Morgan Street. WIDTH: ......................$40 PER M. t CHILDREN SHOE
5he said as she startedto ''I 3"ROCK WOOL INSULATION 15&23
.-'" walk hone two WIDTH ......................$4 7 PER Me
.*' Every Saturday Evening From 9:30: 10:00: p.m. of groups 10x100 POLYETHYLENE CLEAR 4 I iE

women approached her MILL .......................$6.00 ROLL I
The Edfcwood! Combo and started beating her. 10x100 POLYETHYLENE CLEAR 6
One of the women cut heron MILL ..................... ..$9.00 ROLL I
the thumb math a METAL ROOFING 5V CRIMP ..$11.00 PER SQ. t
Featuring Gene White at the Organ knife. She was unable to ENTRY LOCK ALUMINUM .............$1.50 I 'MAJORETTE BOOTS $7.99
give a ALL INSIDE LOCKS ...................$1.25 I ,
Weekly Attractions description of 32 & 36 METAL THRESHOLD ......$1.10 EA. j
any of the I
3-0x6-8x1% ENTRY DOOR
3 LIGHTS FLUSH .. ... ......... .$11.50 I *RAIN BOOTS $1.99
Night PM Served To
Cbaapagoe SIDING PAINT ........$2.90 PER GAL. .
TV IN EVERY ROOM OUTSIDE 514 WHITE ....... $3.40 PER GAL. GYM SHOES $1.99 $2.99
First Ladies
Arriving 741K W. Ashley-Jax.Fla.: INSIDE WHITE &COLOR ... $2.90 PER GAL.
Tue.: Soul Night Ail SOB! Music Featuring For Reservations, Call SEMI-GLOSS WHITE&COLOR,$3.76 PER GAL. Complete line Boys & Gkls
EL *>-4Q25 PORCH &DECK .............$4.00 PER GAL.
Hasic Of Ray Charles & The Soul Set FOR RENT

Wed. : Jam Session Featuring "The Sounds" And Completely' turn. apt. 5318 WEST BEAVER ST. r r

"; .. Guests Artists Fully equippedlovelycoonselec.. kit., bath 387-5720 389-8861

.' Fri J&. Sat. : "The Weekend Happenings" hot wtr.-linen-For. Call menOnly. Free Delivery Free Delivery BLACK -
: The Broad after 6 - I AND '
Big p.m.
9:3010: 9:30-10:00: : p.m. _. .. 'I
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Nightly Cocktail Hour :, ,

6 to 8 p.a. $ 77 $ 5V1 00
w 2
2 Drinks For The Price Of 1

Special Interest To $ $ '7OO
"HJiere You Get 1C-Or. to the Pound"

Club, Parties & Birthdays 1780 WEST BEAVER STREET VIADUCT,TURN LEFT Others At 0 2 for


For Reservations.


plIFNY A'pN.tes ARMOUR BOLOGNA .3-Ibs. '
High wila. NB o 1Ilgr. TASTY NECK BONES .10-lbs.' BAY All MAMSenr'we
<- SWEET PIG FEET . 10-lbs.
fq LEAN HOG MAWS .10-lbs.
/ 9 9c TASTY BEEF TRIPE 10lbs.
20 rex
LIouoAS [D6tMyiV WHITE FAT BACK . 9-lbs. S Over
PIG TAILS . 7Ibs. 81 Tke Sm CKIK]
THE OX TAILS . . 5-lbs.

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