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:
September 21, 1963


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


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

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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Copyright Florida star. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.​
Resource Identifier:
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34175599 ( OCLC )
AKR0018 ( NOTIS )
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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by:
Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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r-- of court demonstrations for desegregation -

L Florida AftM President
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George W. Gore calling

rlI11ISlf.. NAACP Grove Children Doily Facing Death f for a halt Tuesday said

i the demonstrations were

t.. At KKK Mlic RallyST. OH Treacherous Trek To SchoolAn 4 'not for the best

interests of our institu-
AUGUSTINF--Special--Although an angry group of parents this week tions or of the stu-
threatened to withdraw their children from 4 i I
* aura of-mystery surrounded circumstances "
i Payne Elementary School unless officials --- I

rotating tc the beating of four local Negroes in charge of the school system transpor The demonstrations, I.
; week-
which started last
and the arrest of four Jacksonville tation service reinstates suspended the x end, participated in by
bus service immediately* r r
klansmen here more than 350 students of
Wednesday night it
was reported Irated over what they the group by having
"lorida A&M and Florida
$ that the FBI had been celled in to term the school system's transit system bus trans-
State univarsities
unprecedented act are port the children to and pro-
assist in the case when the STAR went ton the parents of school from the school at the VICTIMS OF ECONOMY Shown above are a small number of core testing the segregation

r 'ess.; rrrr.rrrrrrrr.rrrr.rrrrrrrrrrrrr r children residing in the rate of eight cents than 200 Payne Elemertary' School children from the Picket policy of a locjal white

p pr In a special interview Picket-Dfnsmore which is daily. Dinsmore area who are forced to face high speed traffic on theatre a&d tirirtrrrest
WftkiRS l.vitM intersected by high U.S. 1 since their bus transportation was suspended Friday of numerous demonstrators

r Thursday morning a speed thoroughfare PEFUS2 OFFFP Sept. 13. their angry parents threaten to withdraw them from by officers of Leon
spokesman for the St. To LetdImnkd 1. However, when the proposition school unless bus service is reinstated ironedately. founty'a sheriffs off -

Augustine branch of theM According to testimony was presentedto (Royal Art Studio Photo ) ice.

............ Group head at.two meeting the parents during a Miami attorney Howard
hejd by the parents this Tuesday night nixon who is representing -
-: MIAMI -- Plans for a
) Tallahassee CORF
week disclosed that it Doesn't Want RevengeMIAMI
.,.., was immediately
civil rights sympathy
children from the age of turned down, since most leader Mrs. Patricia rae i
memorial march for the six upwards are forcedto told Circuit Judge Ben
of the family heads are -- A white youth S* 35th Ave. told police wire cut and bruised in
... four Negro children walk along the high- illls his client and
st In a low income who
Birminghamwere group was wounded Mondayin he and two companionswere the fight.He .
killed in some for distance her ,
: way a group members
: announced'Tuesday of two miles while a and many of them have a biracial gang fight attacked by some 20 (O'Day) said one of
following the
line four and five children outside a drive-in Negro teenagers said they the attackers judge'sorder
R ih- heavy of trafficdst. said .
t --- Dr. R Hayling :. p by"' t t e';-:irom.45- ,.attending school.- -- r**ea t e r p rab a b lyrs e ,**a-<*. walking-to their This is to get-even .for limiting loket1RC''tilR'piokets '
.Four HospitalizedNAACP son. .. pattern in nuwfcer.
Another 'tore"rasing
Father Gibson said the to 65 miles per hour. offer presentedby current parked car when they'be- wh'at" happened In Bir- .

stated that four .march' s services will be The children's only an official revealed racial, tensions came victims of the unprovoked mingham." Dixon concluded that it
that he would when he said was a strange law indeed
(' pathway is the shoulderof contact he did not attack. In stating his stand
local members of the the road. There 'are county officials to have want to prosecute anyonein o' nay was shot In the O'Day stated "I don't which arrested people on

organisation nannly. no crossing guards nor the grass cut along the the case. right hip during the Incident want to contribute to the scene even though

Dr. R.R. Hayling advisor school signs for the shoulders of the highway Kim Q'Day, 18. of 630 and his companionsin any racial trouble." they were under injunction -
r but this also proved to -- but not picketing.
children s protection r.-
to the youth long the entire rout, have little comforting Reward Offered Daylight Employees Defend RegistretlonFovorim
effect to the
councilJames Hauser 1t complaintants -
\ OFFERED ALTERNATIVEOne whose main concernis For Bombed

t Clyde Jenkins and James local leader stated to hace their children Gastcn Home Company's Employment Practices JFK

S. Te'rsonwere'badly l that a school official ride to and from schoolin

beaten at public met with the group and safety, rather than BIRMINGHAM (ANP) Negro employes of Daylight Grocery Co. NEW YORK--An expected
offered to intercede for face death daily on the A.G. Gaston, millionaire comprising some 90 per cent of those employed increase of 500.000

meeting of the Klu Klux high speed thoroughfare. Insurance tycoon and by the coitpany, went on record this Negro registrations In
realtor whose home was week protesting so-called interference
Klan held in a wooded by
R. T.R. GILSON Union Chorees Daylight Fired fire-bombed while Gov. outsiders in their behalf. the South has civil

area some two mils utUU feunday atternoon in George C. Wallace was a public. letter .: ". ._ ._ ._ ._ ._ . rights leaders predicting -

south of this city. Greater Bethel African Workers For Union! Activities opposing court-ordered signed by company personnel *e believe the Pay-
light that President
Methodist Fpiscopal school integration in the employes ; Grocery Company is
I Church on NW Flghth St. Twenty Negroes, members of the Allied Food Birmingham recently t state that they are enJoying good for the *'egroreople Kennedy will pick up

t It was further dis- and Second Avenue. Workers Union were fired by the Daylight Grocery week donated $5,000 to a the many benefitsof and we believethe important voting

closed that Sheriff The march will begin on reward fund for information their employment and Negro people are
Company for wearing a union button and for actively good for the strength In Dixie in
NW 14th St. and will proceed : leading to the arrest that the support of Tayllght

Davis received a tele- down NW Third Ave, supporting the Union, so charged Robert and conviction of local people in their Grocery Company Pe 1964 The I BB!tor's Newsletter -

phone call W0dnes Ackennan, Secretary-Treasurer: of the Allied Food heir
night informing"him Memorial services will responsible for the maintance of good wages, anT community
begin at 5 p.m. and Workers, with headquarters In Jacksonville. bombings of Negro homesin working conditions and J lease come and shop week.

I that something was hap- several speakers represent Ackerman has filed informing him that the the city. opportunity for advance- with the satisfied Nero Since I960, when Negro

at the ir The fund was set up by ment. eWM of 'ryijght '
pening gathering major rights. Union votes provided the margin -
the represented
charges against Daylight a majority Boutwell Grocery "
nrgnnizrtinns Mayor Albert The letter Company.
goes on
When the sheriff arrived :Jizml; by Daylight 0 f victory for Kennedy -
Grocery Jooppny of the Daylight with James 0. Haley as state. 'The confusion
GroceryCommends eo.ran: ;eployes
at the scene, he trustees' chairman] ; In South Carolina
meat around
Beckwiih Sanity with the National Labor department employees our Daylight

reportedly; spotted four Relations Board., Jp- and asking In a letter to Haley Stores has been due to a and Texas upward of

unite. men, the four injured Heariftf Set vestitators from the that the Daylight chain contribution pledging the, Gaston$5,000 denounced has few publicly people. The stated Company that D.C Marchers 250,000 more Negroes

Negroes and their J Misa.--ANP 12th region of the recognize the Union as the bombings they may return to their have registered IB 11
obviously committed as NFW YOPK A resolu-
badly damaged N.L.R.B. are presentlyin Jobs without
car. the bargaining prejudice. Southern states.
The Mississippi Supreme represen- reprisals for civil tion adopted by the New
Fo far, they have
I Sheriff Davis arrestedthe Court has set Oct.14 for. Jacksonville investigating tative.The letter flu they rights activities. fused. re- York City Council has Betw. BOW and election

The home of Gaston was praised 'the leaders of
four men identified the Union's al-
requested that the time IB 1964
for a hearing on whether company Negro
bombed three days after Wilkiss' TrialIs the Fights Marchon
4 as Clarence 0. legs tims. enter into colle6f- leaders at least
Byron; De La Beck with that of integration attorney Washington and the say

Wilson, Dewitt 1. Bust submit to a mental The Union official ive bargaining for bourn Arthur Shores. Postponed participants in the another 266.eAe will 'be

Springfield, Lawrence A. test before being tried charged it all started wages and working conditions Shores home had pre- march and demonstrationat registered for a totalof
viously been bombed Lincoln Memorial for
Bessont and Harmon Davis for the murder of Medgar following his letter to covering these.. During last May's Stag JACKSON. Miss. The their decorum and about 750.000..

all of JacksonvilleThe I. Even, state NAACP I.H.Edwards of Daylight; pD" loyees. s protests against racial trial of NAACP Executive Wilkins discipline In the con- While Kennedy captured
rector. discrimination the home Secretary Roy duct of their entire
I klansmen were Chief Justice Harvey * 'of Rev. A. D. Ring. arrested here on June 1 program.' only 50 to 70 per cent

charged with assaultand McGethee announced the Seeks Defect Of RftMs till brother of Dr. Martin during the height demon of The resolution, adoptedby cf southern Negro votes

Luther King Jr., presi- anti-segregation the
Council in a
battery and were
hearing date after con- stration has been post- in 1989. they foro+e Matting
dent of the Southern unanimous vote on Sept.
t later released on $100 ferring with NEW YORK -- Congressional poned until next month. .
attorneysfor sleight-of-hand tacticsof Christian Leadership 10. noted that the 'As- 9 90 per cent next
bond each. The four foes of the pend- The trial was originally
both aides duringthe past years simply Conference also was semblage was the great year.
ing civil rights legislation scheduled for Sept. 9.
Negroes were taken to will not 'meet the utterly bombed. est gathering for such a
morning. have been put on serious mood of Since 1957 a total of Mr. Wilkins together purpose ever witnessedIn If this habeas, the

the hospital in a The state had asked notice that the NAACP the Negro minority." 20 Negro homes have been with the late Medgar Washington D.C. President amid WB Tennessee
will campaign actively bombed here. No one has Evers. NAACP Mississippi "Despite the huge
the marks a
Sopreo-e Court to resolution
... for the defeat of "any The been apprehended for any field secretary: and Mrs. number of participants. aDd Florida,

Then the STAR went to the matter on its Congressman or Senatorof NAACP departure policy from which previous had of the bombings. Helen filcher was ar- the demonstration was which Richard Nixon

press, the four NAACP docket either rarty who rested while picketing carried out with extraordinary
and attorneys for been to merely submit carried by MM!! martlB
fail* to vote for key * in front of a store on discipline.
members were still receiving Beckwith Joined in provisions of a strong the voting records of Take the city's main street. quiet dignity and un- as well as 'Ie.... North

treats eat at a asking the early hearing civil rights bill." Congressmen and Senators to They were charged with us val decorum, 'the Carolina South Caroling
local hospital. ." .%" A resolution passed at to the membership YQur place restraint of trade and Council said. and Ooorgla. The
the general public.It
meeting of released $1.000 bond.
the quarterly
* "Such demonstration
Evers slain ratified a proposalmade latter were KoBe4y
was during
Board of Directors carries
the NAACP a
The charge
> in the as accomplished, is a
A papier"l7s""oTlllLittle Executive
I integration efforts here here on Sept. 9 by NAACP maximum fine of $10,000 tribute to the responsibility states which .ee political -
Value warned that 'in this Secretary: Foy Wilkins Although the statute on
unless Peace of the leaders of
earlier in the year and = his keynote address at Corps 1 exports have
centennial the.
yearo his charge was
can which the March and to its
print the the Association's
new Beekwlth was arrested 10 tabbed for tarry Colo
Proclama- effect
Emancipation based has been in "
it sees It. .. ... annual convention in a: n ton c:j participants as well.
tion the legislative
days earlier. Chicago last July. for many years the resolution added. water piI.

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;,., 111E 2 : '"T;; i ., FLORIDA STAR R SATURDAY 1H3

1 THE lLRJDA: STAR Politics As Usual
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Star Publishing Co
Published by The Florida ;
Labor unions, employers and government
'Member of Associated Negro Press ',

...... should work together to provide equal job
/ EIIC U. wMn .................. EMIr ,r, opportunity, the head of the Social Action

s Department of the National Catholic Wel-

t 1 NINA W08IEH........CkcilitiM l-ilr
fare Conference said.
; MAIN 9FFICE' & PLANT: 'The ultimate success of the crusadefor

t 2323.liHcrief, : Read......,... ELjii 4-6782 i f { interracial justice'Msgr. '.

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f Maiiiig Address: George C. Higgins said

P.f I.- Tex 561, I Jacksouille 1r 1 Fkrida to .j'.: r will largely depend on the

willingness of labor and

!' 131 NW 3rd Ate. P.eRe 3771025' .' f rI management to adopt and effec- SIMPSON

tively enforce a universal
.., ,
? N L- policy of equal employment opportunity for
OaeYear*,* : .* ..' $600 Half Year $4.00, .

t Mailed! You Anywhere in the United ''States, .f Negro workers in every industry and trade.

Subscription payable in Advance .,. In a sense this is really the master key
Send Check or Money Order to: ,POLL
i to the solution of the total problem of
relations in the United S
race States. t:
Jacksonville I, Florida ;

f. He added that "complete economic justicefor

_TWrtft TkovsMHl liftkrs the Negro is not likely to be achieved

I Thomas Jefferson, as history as so often unless and until there is economic pros-
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proved usually right in most of the -
44 iJ was perity for all our citizens, Negroes and

I things he said. But in 1803 he was wrong IT MUST OVER COME MR. PRESIDENT '
whites alike.
by some 900 years when he estimated that

it would take a thousand years to develop - - -- - --: Msgr. Higgins enumerated a wide range of
1 J! the Louisiana Territory. economic and social problems with which

Rapid communication, transportation, and
You .Weekly I j labor is concerned--collective bargaining,
t mechanization of industry were then undreamed :
labor legislation, automation, unemployment ,
of. And who could have foreseenthe

manner in which the driving energiesof --*'nt said equal employment opportunity i
Horo ;
1 S
a free people would speed the develop cop u "goes to the very heart of race relations' J

ment and use of the scientific, industrial in this country. )

and business innovations that it took to : ly PABLO The ASTROLOGER 1I 1
He made these other points: f
a open a wilderness continent and build a
nation- _in a hurry. WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR : ---1963 has seen crisis and unrelieved I

The United-States was 'a' relatively 'under--_ t tension in race relations; ;

developed' country. Inaddition to guts and : BUSINESS I LOVE TRAVEL : .
= _ ---but this same year most Americans
determination, it took a lot of money to
"enlisted in peaceful crusade of interracial
turn wild land into productive farms andrandies. t
,to build towns,develop industries Born March 21st thru June 22nd thru Born Sept. 23rd thru Some people may resort justice;" ;

and push the railroads through to the April 19th July 22nd Oct. 23rd to devote guile more to time get to you them to ---Negroes still in many occupations are

Pacific Ocean. The time has come when than to your more Important "
whether you think you "last to be hired, first fired:
of cash and credit you may relax and allow interest. This
Adequate supplies from You should not feel un- are Justified or not
'safe and sound' lending institutions did your principal collaborator duly concerned when makes little difference entitles you to the ---Labor and management have barely
to take over the business is not find its privilege of refusing !E
yb decide to
ever you '
J not exist except in the commerical centersof reins. This is especially stride. It will before sever an association. It when you are sharp or scratched the surface". of the total problem !;

L the Northeast-a world away in time,distance true when you risk long giving you a time "could be a mistake intuitive enough to see ; .. '. .
the danger of falling trying to keep up with either way and leave you through them. The pace I
and attitude from the developing victim to a fraudulent slow in your Government well labormanagementshould
it. You can use the' pre in financial straits in seems as as
t frontiers as it moved westward. So banks proposition or maneuver sent lull to develop new one form or another. Besides financial affairs, but
moved with the frontier. (23rd). The rest of'this systems or techniquesthat the unseen ,bonds this is better for you take steps i to protect the rightsof J

last quarter emphasizes will enable you to that are holding you together than engaging in furious"speculations other minorities such as Mexican Arae- 1
/ Banking through most of the 1800' was as collective enterpriseswith expand as rapidly as the will be stronger that can .

adventurous, colorful and often unstableas no one encroachingon others around you when realized possibly bring- eat up years of savings ricans, Puerto Ricans, American Indians '
anyone else's privilege the go-ahead signal is within a few minute.
the country it helped build. There was ing about a reunion
and those of Asian origin.
or territory.There given. It would be an You can take enough time
after an unhappy interlude -
panic and prosperity. And banks grew with of clash of off from business to pay
is danger a to
rror get your You
can save your- Msgr. Higgins outlined changes called for
the communities they served. Some were overwhelming dimensionswhen friends mixed up in your self many heartaches by more attention to the

good and some were bad but the people this rule is not affairs or to try to accelerate trying to determine this family's wants and your in labor unions;
strictly observed by all the pace a- basic truth now and accepting living quarters.
need for money and credit was met, and the parties alike. gainst the resistance of the sacrificesor 7-50-66-12-45-756 (1) An end by a "number of key unions"to

country was built. 8-40-88-13-84-849 present circumstances. concessions that may AQUARIUS the policy of excluding Negroes or eking

Today more than 13,000 commercial banks 8-100-22-19-767812 be demanded of you. Jan. 20th thru
Born it extremely difficult for the to
serve the country's needs. A combinationof TAURUS 910441767914SCORPI.Q Feb. 18th

public regulation and competitive priv- Born April May 20th 20thA thru LEO There are ideas and qualify;

Born July 23rd thru Born Oct. 24th thru Intensified efforts by 'labor leaders
ate management gives them a stability and ideas. If you encourage (2)
Aug. 22nd Nov. 22nd
financing capability undreamed of by their them sufficiently thereis to bring recalcitrant affiliates into !
predecessors. with a vastly enlarged range lust for living and a The principles you have one that may come up
robust constitution do There is more to be lived by, provided they to solve all your doubtsor line;
of activities :; they are more than ever be- not give license to gained through the use conform to the highest dilemmas. Reware of

fore a vital and creative force in the pursuits that tax the of your brain power than human ideals are your strange offers that lead (3) Sincere rank-and-file efforts to
nerves or physical organs through emotional mainstays no matter what
your you to believe that suc-
development of taxpaying enterprise of Curb create an atmosphere of Interracial harmony -
beyond reason. reactions during this anyone says. You seem tc cess or prestige may be
every kind ana size.Foundation enthusiasm somewhat be well of the
your last Quarter. whether aware gained in an unorthodox and good will in factories, officesand
when you sense that you you are out to make .fact and not at all disposed manner because the aspects '

For A Peaceful WorM are dissipating vital money or to acoui re'pro- to see things any reveal that thereis shops and ,
energies faster than perty the 'development other way. But you may something deceptive
Lindbergh's historic 1927 Atlantic cross- they can be restored. A of a sound and workable have to wrestle with lurking in the back- (4) An increasingly active role by Negro

ing took 33 hours end 39 minutes. rather tricky situation plan is a prerequisiteYou temptation or the possibility ground. You should be members of labor unions.He .
should be avoided between should not take all that a few who able to make more accurate -
That seems almost a horse-and-buggy speedin partners and competitors the responsibility on are weak may succumb. evaluations of said employers are required by Chris-

the light of today's 600.mile-an-hour alike. Your your shoulders. Avail Those of you who are people and eventsmakingit
tain moral teaching to be Just in hiring,
international jet transports--to say talents are activatedand yourself of the wisdom under a romantic spellor easier for you to

nothing of payload, comfort, safety, and they should be fur- and experience of allies emotional strain are consolidate your long- promoting and terminating employees. To
ther encouraged by the and counselors to arriveat the ones most susceptible range objectives. \i
dependability. But we're still in avia- praise that emanates the right conclusions to tempting lures 5-30-77-14-56-537 help in this he said: .

tiin's infancy. A few years from now the from those whose Judge- Your failure to do so that are being dangled
(1) Local and national emloyers' associations -
New York-London time will be 2ft hours. ment you respect. could expose you to before your eyes.

2-80-33-16-95-283 quarrels or lawsuits. 4-60-11-15-78-461 PISCESBorn should take a united stand for equal
Cruising speeds will be 1,500 miles an Feb. 19th thru

hour--far beyond the speed of sound. GEMINIBorn 6-20-88-14-72-628 SAGITTARIUSBorn March 20th job opportunity, and

This isn t a Jules Verne dream. Pan May 21st thru VIRGO Nov 23rd thru (2) Employers should cooperate with one
23rd thru Dec. 21st You could be confusedby
June 21st Born Aug.
American World Airways has placed orders
Sept. 22nd 'Instead of eating the magnitude of the another thorough their own associations s to
for such planes, named the Concorde, from There may be a fine opportunity your task or problem facing
I for many to Although you have con- heart cut over soce grief This should not solve the total problem of race reletieas-
a British-French combine. Pan Am receive domestic you
duties and qr problems ,
drop siderable sales resistance to
one of the firsc planes produced, their cares to take the and are not easily tart studying ways and deter you from trying and which they are in a better position te" do
assemble the pieces
and Air France and British Overseas Air- vacation they still have taken in by flimflam means to eliminate them -. i
to find their proper other
than almost any group.
bound to or to live with them.
coming. are artists could be
craft Corporation will receivo the other you place. You are bound to
find life agreeable the victim of a decep- You should take advantage out that legisla-
two. This sequence will be continued of a warn friend get valuable help from Msgr. Higgins pointed
remain at
whether you tive proposition. Yon financialas
until each line has six. solicit the advice sympathizers solve the social aad
home or decide to taste would do well to tightenup ship to well .as moral. Thisis tion alone cannot

Moreover, when a U.S. company decides to the pleasures of travel your budget and to yourself you require back on to the get an asset that cay! be economic problems of high school drop -

produce a supersonic airliner Pan Am and resorts. Be in make any necessary arrangements more precious than anything -
fluenced by your mate or to safeguard right track. This does else yon now have outs, so-called functional illiterates aad
plans to be first in line with an order. not mean that you will
others who share your your savings or Jcint at hand. You cay have to
The potentialities inherent in progressof affections into doing holdings from any en- like what you hear but devote greater attentionto other disadvantaged young people.

this kind stagger the mind--and they the things that bring croachments whatsoever simply:other that choice you may but haYe"'DO to your budget, investments .................................
yon closer together or including your own. It and Joint economic
t confinded to commercial natters. A follow the counsels that-
area contribute to Joy would be interesting for indications
interests. There are the use of pesticides]
controversy over
to be based on The
fast-shrinking world means that nations of living of one and all you to determine whether seem that neglector I

are brought closer and closer together Bat there is such .ou.are in need of additional solid common sense. indolence could pate in agriculture has generated an abundance

thing as "having too training or 1-5 .2-18-29-192 the way for a substantialloss. of heat. Unfortunately there seems to be )i
and that the stage is set for peopre-te- Buch of anything. education. CAPRICORNBorn .

understanding and tolerance on a a,_lack. of. light.. .. "__ ,
people 5-30- 6183S36 3-70-55-19-84-375 Dec. 22nd thru 3-50-88-13-47-353 __ .
yet realized scale. Jan. 19th


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Walker; P.O. Box 102; ;

1' Woodbine, Ga. ; Girl.
Mr. and Mrs. 'Elijah
oj = Williams; 1216 Harrison r4t4/j/

Street; Girl.
: 1
,r ; Mr. and Mrs. George
Wiley; 4518 Washington
Street; Girl.

; Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Tor- ,
rence; 2473 Ellington f
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Ave. ; Boy.

: Mr. and Mrs. :7eke: r
t z
I1M' Stokes; 6433 Lockhart
Drive; Boy. ;
Mr. and Mrs. George
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I Howard; 1859 w. 30th _
Street; Boy. .
I Mr. aid Mrs. Robert
1 r Golden; 1812 Jackson RdI

1 c : Ffa 5 I Atlantic Beach. Fla ;

n Li Girl. tTtiUt i'
Mr. and Mrs. J.w. Den- : ;
: ,
i I
son; 5523 Sunny AcresDr. 4'

; Girl. ... -
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f Mr and Mrs Amos A. F1 -
1t' "'" .:
Judge; 1850 w. 30th "
t'. .-. ----...- .., ... "" _ ..VIII.n" _..:: ..'&,.:I i' st. ;Twins (Boy and Girl) ,

JOIN COLLEGIATE CIRCLE-Five members daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert .

j of Jar1 younger-set left the city Glover; Miss Patricia A. Jones, Lavant Boy. ; 1821 McLean Rd. ; -,

daughter of Mr. and ( -Officers and members of the Modernistic
Mrs. Emanuel
recently for attendance at famed
Mr. and Mrs. Louis. Myers ; Mrs. Oreatha Duggar, Mrs. EssieB.

k' Spellman College, Atlanta, where Hutcheson; Miss Carol Rodle, King Girl; 1937 College Cir. Social and Savings Club compiled plans last SUn- McCloud, Mrs. Ruth Smith. Standing from left

daughter. .of Mr. and Mrs. William day for their Sept. 29th Musicale-Tea scheduledfor
after having completed Freshman Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Mrs. r&llie McCall.Mrs. Mary Riggins, Mrs. FloridaMae

Orientation. ek, have become full- Bodie; .; Miss Jolita McCray, daughterof Jackson; Rt. 7 Box 60; afternoon presentation in the home of Mrs. Brinson, MnJ Pauline Bryant, and Mrs. Gladys

fledged members of the institution s Mr. and Mrs. Rodric Silva and Boy. Jessie Myers, 123 Oak St. Sponsors shown seated Ruff. Other members are Mrs. Louise Brown, Mrs.

Class of 1967. Given a fond ton ftlj ss' Ruth Baety daughter of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. James from left are: Mrs. Fannie Mae Weaver, Mrs. Jessie Clementine Hunter and Mrs. Hicksie Robins cm.

voyage by relatives and friends and Mrs. Ulysies Baety.; The coeds Wiggins; 4039 Katanga t (Royal Art Studio Photo)

were, from left Miss Gayle King, are graduates of New Stanton Senior Dr.Mr.; Girl.and Mrs Arthur Trichologisfs Slate Sunday Fashicn Show APPLICATIONS FOR I

f the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Author High SChool's Clasp of 1963. Similar; 1910 LouisanaSt. 7*. MARRIAGE LICENSESMack
(C.J. Simon .; Boy.I .
Royal Art Studio
F. King; Miss Faye Glover, the I
Robinson, 1310 Chas. L. Bevel. Jr. E I
!1- Cleveland St. 56 and 1064 Troyan St. 18 and !

I I# S cia II S kin Betty J Lloyd 1310 Delores Sampson. 1013F.
0 y pea g Cleveland St 26. 5th St. 17.

Henry F. Whitehurst, Mose W. Graham. 1724 W.
Kathryn Robinson has just returned from a three- and a friend about the city Sunday afternoon and 1625 w. 2nd St. 27 and 29th St., 19 aid CarolynR. I'
week stay in California and a visit to Mexico. f Frances L. Parker 104 Cooper, 2613 Bethel
( evening. Hod' who is as much at home in Jackson-
E. Union St. 27. Road. 17.
She reported an enjoyable visit with her brother, wra
ville in Miami several He and
as spent days 3 Arthur P. Jones 1060 Jerry T. Hughes 1751
Joseph S. Presha of Riverside, California.' Essie are both looking forward to her next 'move'to Almeda St. 78 and b roadway. '57 and Lizzie

Points of interest visited in California included Miami on a permanent basis. 11'1 arieta Bryart. 1060 Mae Mye s, 1963 College
Almeda St 61. Circle 43.
9' Los ...... .
Angeles, p. trip to Disneyland, San .ss******** ***sssss***s.ss1.
Pubin Lee Swain. 4514 Will Davis,736 W. Duval

Francisco. Oakland, Berkley, where...she visited. Sylvester Bossard launched the bridge season for Trenton Dr. S. 32.and ,St... 27 and Barbara J.
the Frances K. Aikins, 761N. Moore 737 W. Duval St. ,
campus of the University of California' Re- the Gems with a party at the Eldorado Club. She
o .t. Miss Betty Jean Jackson Lincoln Court 20. 23.
dando Beach, Marineland (in San Pedro), and San had her sister Evelyn Hughes as guest player. t Pobt Jones Jr. 2119W. Ulice Anderson 1348

Diego's famous zoo. She described her visit 'to Alvenia Scriven and Lois Avery were among high Mrs. Alice Givens tive models will include 1st St. 22 and Rlla Whitner St. 26 and Mary
Mrs. Alice Givens and Mae :Johnson. 727 Baker Lou Taylor 1757 F. 22nd
Tijuana, Mexico as being most interesting.. : ;
0 scorers. Kathryn Robinson qualified for the door wilder Park Recreation Miss Betty Jean Jackson. Ave. 21. : St. 22.
Kathryn is the wife of W. Russell Robinson, and prize.; ,.' ... Center will be the scene Assisting Mrs McWhlte ,

live at of a FashionettaHairstyle will be Miss Rose Tel- .
they 3204 Pearce Street with their. two Lillian.Davis. Geneva Wheeler Marian Walker -,
ectravangza Sun- fair, artists co chairman -

I children.,..Linda..s.s..e.and W. Russell, Jr...a s..a Myrtis Thomas, Marie McClain, Catherine, Jack- day. Sept. 22 startingat and other membersof SAVE NOW !
4 artists chairman the Trichologists.
son, and Zelma Johnson were among others participating p.m
Essie D.Silva was busy chauffering hubby: Roderick Mrs. wilma Mcffhite The event will climax
in the bridge
of the sponsors. Tricho- with a fall tea and 63 MODELCLOSEOUT
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s..s logy Beauticians LocalNo. allied and the
/.. '
wJll ; III '
IIIU 38 announced this general public are !
Saturday, September 21, is 'Round-up Time' for
week. cordially invited
Alpah Kappa Alpha Snort ty. This year's event will
RAY'S JEWELERS Mrs. Callie Jackson,
at 5:00: p.m. in the home of Elizabeth Jasmin, 1411 president of the sponsoring JOHNNIE'S ROOMING'HOUSflJOHNNIE' SOUTHSIDE FORD

will fea- S ROOMS-All
CARAVELLE1 West Thirteenth Street. MA'S BE THERE! group
1' ture many of her ladies' Modern Furn-H&C Wtr- 5303 Beach Blvd.
hats originals hair
Free TV In Every Room
;.. BULOVA i The Steering Committee for the Queen Contest for styling and wig weaving 225 East Union Street, : .: o. 0
the Bethune -Benedict Football Classic is comprised while a bevy of attrac-

A of Mesdames Iris Knox, Leola Powell and Annie Meetings Set o 0 000 0 0 0 0
i Mae McIntosh. Following resumption of

Social Clubs are invited to sponsor contestantsfor the school year regular 0 GRAND OPENING
It QUL1WATCH weekly meetings of Mt.
the event, which will be climaxed with the Ararat Baptist Church'sGirl

I Coronation Ball at Civic Auditorium on October Scouts Troops 249,
318 313 and 226 will be
i 18. Contact members of the steering committee for
held on Tuesdays at 4 -
\ BONL --
application blanks and detailed information. p.m. Mrs. J. E. Davis -

...........................a..... scouting official
$1A95 0
Sept. 22 Fete Sponsors !





111" f..... 0 Chicken, Shrimp or Ham & Fried Rke.....75$.
matted watch "Iut,"' " F'r r j? .
.... prscUlon-leweied] movemsat .
WiUrproot and shock.misttat. ( with all. the delicious ingredients.
$'''n / I
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,% FRIED CHICKEN ..........:$1.00. ;'

O PEP DOG .(New Special) ............ 19t !

__ i i j a 1 Pep Doe with any order of f Ckickei l-,

-/1.4U FRO EE Shrimp I or Ham.' Fried Rice .,. ... :
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ity."... [ t. c All BEEF BURGER ............:...::.:.;::::J9C :::'Y ; ,
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accuracy aril suck and cutFplatWprktt : : :-:.. ;:(., .... .. '...

I1I.W) with talacaulaagltal a tawy took r ,:
and sturdy ,."... MILK' SHAKE ...:.:. t: 25C : ..
EASYCREDIT a,ctl. rrsclslta.Jtwtttd ....$.'..r.. P" .. : .., ....... .. ... '
y wsttrprtsf .*d
; PROGRAM COMPLETED--Officers and embers of Trichology Beauticians Local No. 38 COKE ORANGE GRAPE vv .10 J'
sfetctmlstart.I14JS :
will stage their second annual Fashionetta-Hair Style show and fall tea Sunday, .. .. ..- -
COME IN AND,.SEE .OUR COMPLETE JELE&.IONIr Sept. 22 at i p.a. in Wilder Park Recreation Center. Shown In foreground are:
m INTEREST OR CAftMK CM ACES Mrs.; Callie Jackson (right), founder-president and Mrs. lilma Mcfthlte, artists : RICE .
chairaan. Middle row from left: Mis Rose Tel fair, artists co-chairaan; Yrs.Eddie BOWL' I "

r.RAY'S JEWELERS Lee Brown, Sgt at AnusMrs. Minnie Lee Alexander. Parliamentarian, Back -.- o.

: : r'cw from left: Miss MalT Nealley. Miss Bessie Graham Mrs. Lila Anthony Re f 3219 N. Myrtle Av. :

:_L. 326. .MAIN; STREET cording, Secretary Mrs. Edna Lewis Treasurer and Mrs. Furs Barnes First M9 J .
.... .MIfI-. ...._,_...s..-'. '.,. ... ... -. ... .< Vice President. o ( between 22itf aid 23ri Streets, I JI


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I ;Sw ifiili's' tari 2 CfttratoThe Floridians Attend Summit Confab Fountain Chapel ,WooiitfiCRHICI PfIIItyteriII I

lill -. itr.rS.Rt.ithur 26th i ; AME ChurchSunday KITES

*.r44 -I Ir will be observed By L.N. Pearson Sr'
The fifth ,anniversary of Willie B. Green;response, t 4
as Trustee Day Rev. F.W.
Church School begins
Ush"er Board
2 of Sweet- _
Mrs. Ozetta Oliver; | Jones, pastor announced Sunday &ept. 22 IB the

field Baptist Church will reading, Mr3. Madylene this week. Toodlawa' Baited Preebjrteziaa -

be presented' Thursday I All members are urgedto Church at Cleve-
Judge; selection, servig .
night. Sept. 26 at 8 fulfill their budget land sad WeerfHvB .....
p.B. choir; solo, Mrs. Thoma-
obligations in time for
at 9:30 a.B. with
In the church::auditorium,
m na Wilson; introductionof annual conference. superintendent T.V

Featured during theday's Huger ifi charge.Children
speakerRev.D. Fas

Etr Remarks and benediction. __ 'w Annie James Missionary will be are bibles.requested All teachers to bring end
i Sister groups friends !!lC. Society nay which will officers of the eta re h

and the general publicare get underway during a school are asked to be

J 4 p... program in the on time.

invited. I WtPJ&. church auditorium. Mrs. The Morning Worship

First ChineseDriveIn L. Daniel president is service begins at 10:55
I A 4.. 1
:; ..
: requesting a full atten- a.m. with the pastor, I
Joins 1 n w. '... dance of members and Rev. F.D. Wi\ lsos. bring

Lecal Enterprises 7t friends. Business of ing the message sup-

MRS. RDSIE LFE RANT The dally increasingly 'r. utmost importance will ported by the two choirs

popular Rice Bowl became = be discussed and acted with C.E. SifflBons Jr. at
F Mrs. Fosie Lee Grant
the first enterprise of .". upon. the organ. The United

president announced. Rev. its kind to Join Jax' ..... -J: _.. Sunday school will beginat and Westminster choirs

D.B. Barnes is host pasta expanding business area Qs.IiIQIIIi! :: :.... ... 9:30 a.m. with the will reader a special

when It .....: .1IIIi ii: superintendent and selection featuring MissJacqaelya
I Rev. Barnes will deliver was recently teachers in charge. The 1
opened at 3219 N Myrtle .it1i.n.'L'L'LIii..1a
;, the message. Other program Avenue pastor requests that Sunday at 7:30 p.m. i

I I features will be conducted Popular Chinese and choirs and stewardess attend there will be a Special I i
the 11 a.m. altar
Evening Service. The
American delicacies '(
are j
I .. by: ""' a._ lIIi service. The sermon will of this service
I.* being dally prepared for -- .. purpose
I ..Processional all ushers; its clientele by specIalists l ) '- ;',,--' -_ t .2 ......_..1Ii .. clock.delivered at 11:30 will be to begin equip I I

I I scripture. Brother Howard on a take-out FOUR TOP Florida club at the Center with their Service. Others, left to Blakely, Quincy, seated; Rey. Jones reguests that ping our kitchen.. The t
order basis and the ser- public is invited.On
I'' Simmons: prayer. Rev. vice is both courteousand youth, who spent a week district Extension right. are: District Marion Hart, Bushnell all officers and congregation Tuesday sept. 24th.

( Eugene Murphy: selection, efficient. recently at the National4H Service agents and A.S. Agent Virgil Elkins, and Miss Floy Britt members accompany the United and West
him to Greater Bt Matthew
r fi eld's Choir 2 The official grand open Center in Washingtonare Elernor simnons, Jack- minster choirs will rehearse -
Sweet ; Bacon, left, assistant district home demonstration Baptist Church for a Son-
fag for the popular in the Fellowship
introduction of mistress' rendezvous of fine foodsis shown going over to the Administrator of sonville; Mona Bethel, agent. day night after service Hall of the church at :

f of cerec:oniesMiss Gloriaic scheduled for Sunday. their program activities the Federal Extension MiplI.i; and Leonard (USDA Photo) program. The church is 8:00 p.B. Mr. Simmons

'\ ,. Singleton by Mrs. Gladys Sert. 22. and the management located on Franklin St. will play for rehearsal. ,

is issuing a blanket Rev. R. H. Wilson Districts Plaif* Reassigned Fastside. Wednesday Sept. 25th k
Shannon; occasion, Mrs. invitation to Jaxons. OBITUARIESJesse Annual Women's Pay at Elder Marion Avilhe aDd

ic Velma Anderson. regardless of age and Will i Lead Annual Joint Fete Jackson. 1518 West Fountain will be held Deacon Daisy Blxon will
Nov with
Sunday. conduct Mid-week Prayer
out '
come inspect the
Welcome address, Mrs. 28th Street.
J new facility. New Bethel Revival For Sept. 29thi Mrs L. Daniel, general service IB the Conference
Joseph Johnson 1045 # 1
and J.
,chairman Mrs. room! oft-he
4 First New Zion Baptist District 13 through 36 12th Street. Hudnell. co chairman. church at 7:30 p.m.

f now its Pepsifor Church, located at of Second Baptist Eddie Wllliams.1510Madis n Street Summemlle'sAnnual September 39th. at 4:00

Seventh and Davis Sts. Church. Rev. J.C. Sams. p.m. the Willing Workers
{ those who the Pev. Leroy T. Clayton pastorwill hold a joint Mrs. Julia Owens Bryant, Women'sDay \ will meet in the hone of
1340 W. 23rd Street.
pastor, will hold anniversary observance Is Mrs. Grace Ex son, 1179
think its annual fall revival I James Henry :Bryant 1900
Durkee Drive North. Deacon -
Sunday September 29 in ;
11!. 15th Street. plans have been
October 7-11,
the sanctuary of the Pev. George PriceA Ellen Green will ad-
.. Sarah:; completed for the .annualWomen's
VBWUp. .wU Mrs. Poberts 1456
Pev. R.H.
Wilson dress the
pas- church at 3 1'.m.I'romising RECENT graduate of group.
w. state Ftreet. Day program at
tor of Bethel Institutional
The Delta will
n gnnp A presentation Sorority
I Edward Waters College Sty iberville Baptist
John T. Butts 1635 w.
Baptist Ch.trchwill
is being arrangedfor where he completed a Church. 19th and Mars, conduct it s Annual Fall
Union Street.
1 : be the evangelistfor Worship Service in the
the occasion. Out- course in Theology with which will be observed
Mrs. Lelia Campbell 630
the event. Dr. Wilson -
Sanctuary of Wood lawn
standing civic and religious the highest honors Pev. Court H. Sunday Sept. 22 begin-
a nationally known
personalitieswill A. Price, 6269 United PresbyterianChurch
evangelist has con- Mrs. Julia F. "Pobinson. ning with Sunday School
1/ appear on the pro- Pettiford Drive, was recently at on Sunday, Sept.
9:30 a.m.
,,.F' ducted stings throughout 1746 Calhoun Street 29th at 7:30 p.m. Mem-
gram. recalled to his
'/ ': the.nation. Willie Ferrell, 1034 Guest superintendentand bers and friends are in-
Chairmen are Deacon former pastorate. St.
The theme for the revival Hayward Lane. .. teachers will super- vited.
; .j Thomas Wilson general Matthew Baptist Church Mrs. Lucille JtoerTl458 vise the session and thereview
if \ ; is 'Reaching the
The Lord reigns let
.. and Mrs. Alberta J. West 28th St. and Mon-
4 will be Jointly
I ,, .. Unreached." w. 26th Street.Mrs. the earth rejoice.
'. .' Williams co-chairman: crief Road.
< < A special chorus has Lula Gory, 735 Lafayette conducted by Mrs. JennieJackson ... .'
: Henderson Mrs. Alice I
meeting and will sing Mrs. Vera Davis Miss Pearl A. LaVette. Mrs. Ruth Handy.Fev.
Anderson. Mrs. Rosa L. Marie Urges Unity
nightly under the direc- 908 Ionia Street. "Washington t

tion of Mrs. Lillian Fdwards Cleveland Ray- Sunday Speaker Eddie N. Jackson, 1316 will conduct the 11"A.m. Washington (ANP) "No one i
mond, and James Moul-
morning worship supported man can anything alone.
Saunders the organist- W. 30th Street.
tire. Mrs. Madie Jones by devotionals With these words Bishop S.
director of the church. Mrs. Delores P. Thomas,
{ A? secretary; finance Dea- At Central CME led by Sister Earlie Mae -Dorme Larry of Liberia urged
The service will beginat 1410 F. Grothe Street. American to unite.
con Willie Sanders, and
and Sister Addie
7 p.m. Fach night the Mrs. Vera Davis, a pro- Dan Horne 1962 W. 11th Dorsey "Tau must Join hands together
Deacon Curtis P. Smith.
Mra. Viv inn
deaconesses will be In Street. because ao sporadic attempt can
minent member of the Du-
Pastorial contact Dea- "
; Cherry will be guest solve
I charge of devotions from David Jolmes. 714 Madi- your present problems
cons Theodore Johnson, val County School System soloist. be said J
7 to 7:30 o'clock and
son Street.
a 77 Robert Givens, Morgan will be principal speaker I
:c' the deacons will have
Mrs. Thomasena B. Jones.
Sunday at 11 a.III.'sservices
Cummings. David Round-
I charge from 7:30 to 5814 Begonia Road.
It tree, James Tremble and at Central CME
8 p. m. Church Rev. W.C. Flana- Mrs. Rosa Lee Hart 2220 !
More people are taking to the outdoor E.J. Moultire. SAVENO.l:
The pastor will be in host pastor. Fairfax Street.
Districts from sister- gan.
life..and taking Pepsi alongl charge of the pulpit. churches are invited. The event will highlight Mrs. Ruthia M. Womack I

Pepsi's sparkling-clean taste is PgPSI-COiA. Prior to the revival annual Women's Day 1224 W. 31st Street. : 63 MODELCLOSEOUT

week cottage prayer Former observance supervised by Lucious Kelsey. 1495 W. ,
never too or sweet
I periods will be held in Mrs. Daisy Wallace 25th Street. !

Think young-say"Pepsi, please!1" various homes at noon Here general and Mesdames Will Byrd. 2009 West u' ... ..._ "I t..Na..U M MI."N c...... .......,... .....MM/ceu__ dally. Hosted Myrtis Bradley Shootesand Beaver Street.

Former Jaxons. Miss Myrtle Scott co St. Luke Baptist OUTHSIDE FORD

f Rdythe Fabian of New chairmen

York City and Mrs. Alma Evening worship at 6:45 Church Services

Johnson of Brooklyn N. p.m. will be highlight 5303 leach Blvd.
830 Cassat Sunday's order of ser .
Y. were house guests of with
Mrs. Beatrice Crawford -- .. -.
will begin with : : ; -
their sister Mrs. Luther ,assistant librarian vices -

1824 W. Beaver Williams, of 5857 at Wilder Park Branch Sunday School at 9:30 j
A.M. with Deacon WalkerL. n
Begoada Rd. and their Library main speaker.
l 2 LOCATIONS TO niece Mrs. Leroy BrownSr. Events get underwaywith West and teachers in

SRn goo of 4140 LOckhart Dr. Sunday School at charge.At .
11 a.m. Deacon Rush
recently. 9.: 30 a. t;. with Mrs.
McCloud will lead th,
Accompaning the former Beatrice Copeland guest
resident were Macy Davisof devotions and Choir 1
BY POPULAR DEMAND WE REPEAT East Orange. N.J. and superintendent.Mrs. and Usher Board 1 will
1r.C. Flanagan will
Little Mickle Snapes of: serve during major sen-
preside during the morn-
BIG FREEZER SALE3rd Boston. Mass. vices. Rev. M.J. Trowell
ing service. Others appearing -
The visitors stay was pastor will deliver the
on the program
BIG WEEK made pleasant during a sermon.'
will be the Franklin
round of festive parties. BYPD will open its

SHORT RIBS OF BEEF .. VERY LEAN PER 39C Benny L. Terry Sr. hosted Sisters. The Female meeting at 5:30 p. ..
Chorus under the dIrec-
1 L the guests for three with the president. Mrs. :.4
39c tion of Mrs. Black
CHUCK ROAST .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. m days at American Beach. will serve during Mary all Doris L. Hutchins presiding .. .

Among thos-e attendingwere At 6 P.B. the
RUMP ROAST .. . ..... ... .. .. .. .. PEl LB. Benny L. Terry Jr. events. Women's Day preliminaryKing
The young people, with
of Albany Ga. and Mrs. and Queen winning
Theresa Johnson di-
Williams. Mr. and Mrs. E contestants will be
FLA. GRADE AFRYERS rector, will present
PICNICS Mitchell and son j dned crowned.'
at 3
their program p.m.?
!I the group during dinner. e -

The group then visited

Gainesville where they VHEN YOU ABE ILL
were entertained by Mr.

c and Mrs. Samuel Austin, r
LI. 29 and were later two-days You Seek The Best Doctor j,

25 quest of Mr. and Mrs. then lour Doctor Prescribes

David Bass and at the i Get Experienced Pharmacists
-.. Lb. Johnson Ranch where they -' ..According to Your Doctor's

were also entertained by Orders We Use Only The

Mr. and Mrs. Willie John Dr. C. E. Black Best r Quality DrugsProprietor
i GROUND SLICED OR SLAI son. Invites You To Listen To-


.c; BEEF BACON3L.5. Sept. 21 Fish Fry A COMPLETE LINE OF "HYMN TIME"Starting

The Nightingalo Crusaders Cosmetics Rubber Goods Candies Sundries

Nurses of Bolden' s At

89 3 LbL 1 00 Sept.fry College which 21.are will 8 planning a. fish held a Lilly's Drug Store 9:45- 10:00 p.m.

at 1526 Johnson Street. Nightly

Refreshments will be 1917 KHffiS ROAD EL 3-827S

fate The KM KtifW Sfctw N LIFT TV Ckaul 4 Invited.served and the public Is 1400 WftHC 14.11

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L;l ':\ CtSllltehtist Hebraistic ChibCemplefes Championship Setto Sparks Continental's Program District 7. Sets

I Receives Utefreefellknown PrramFef 7th t Annual Fete

j Junior District 7 of M Mf
, beautician
y Mrs. Callie Jackson recently Annual Tea : A 7SIf Second Baptist Church

returned frog The Modernistic Social : will celebrate its F ..
Chicago Ill. where she and Savings Club will seventh anniversarySunday t ry a.YM
received her BA degree celebrate its annual at 3:30 p.m. in
frog the Institute of Musicale-Tea the Youth Center on

Cosemetology.Mrs. afternoon Sept.Sunday 29 in I/5 Kings Road.

Jackson receiving the hone of Mrs. Jessie ;, : The program follows:
her initial training hers 123 Oak Street. A 3 Hymn; scripture. Benny
4 I from Jones Institute of The program follows: r ; Henderson; selection;

r Cosmetology in 1958 Selections,, prayer in introduction of masterof

joined the State Beauti- song and scripture. Mt. HI1 ceremonies Samuel

cians Association and Moriah AMR Church Choir; Washington by James Ma-

I worked on the clinic welcome. Mrs Fssie B. t. v son; welcome address.
I staff.In ,, 1W..W Jerlyn Vaughn; response.
McCloud and Mrs. Floise
I Florence_ Feed; intro-
Florida 1961.she at the represented national Edmonds; response Mrs. S I rr duction of -speaker Mrs. H. S..1 IS
Richard Wynn; solos. Mrs. Lucille Scott by Hueston
convention in Chicagoan Mary Nealey. Daniel wd xyy x Jackson ; selection. A. O. K.That's .

was a member of the Bryant Sr. Herbert Andrews i Roselyn Burroughs.
I executive committee the opinion of Jack-
selection Mt.
; Selection. Mrs. Alice
sonville folks who have
during the state meetingin
Moriah AMR Church's
Faye Maxwell; presenta-
ridden in Hillard Staper.
Clearwater where she
Choir 3instrumentalsolo. tions of officers and Jr.*s New Deal Cab 1180 Day
served as a consultant.
Mrs. Delores Jack-
members. Bryant;
She is founderpresident for the past 34 years. They
son; collection.Calvin presentation. Mrs. Fva
of Trichologlsts know that H. S. like all
Peddick and Albert Jackson remarks. Mrs.
Bryant; New Deal drivers is dependable
Beauticians Local No. -
1 Emma Lou Adams and
38 and is a member of Friends and the publicare others; benediction. and courteous sad
West 'Jnion Baptist invited will get thea to their appointments -

\ Church. She has con- without fuss and
Lodge OpensMembership
ducted clinics at James First (ftk Gri4slegiR bother.

Weldon Johnson Junior Teaching 'Careers Books Mr. Stamper and his wife
J' High School New Rethel Gloria own their own hose
AMR Church and offers ST. PETERSBURG When Membership books of Ben- at 2546 Minos Circle.

J'' her services to re- school bells began ringing North. They are Dad and Mom
several schools. evolent Association of to five
ligious-civic groups. in children. 4 boys
1 Mrs. Jackson operatestwo several Gibbs Junior America Lodge No. 6 have and 1 girl. The Stamper
local beauty salons College alumni were 1 I been opened to persons family are members of the
iri the city where she among those joining the Moncrief Baptist Church.
specializes in hair teaching profession for interested in joining the H.S. enjoys going bowlingas

styling and other related the first time. b ff organization. S.M. Violet, often as he can and also

phases of herp Recent graduates who ___ likes football games
rofessionExcelsiors began their teaching ji' president announced. Cab fieo Day is the number

Program careers included: Pu- k 41 Regular nonthly meetingsare to ask for next time you

dolph Cook (Morehouse). held on the irst and need the convenience and

Pinellas-Clearwater; : of each comfort of a New Deal Cab.
AflMtil I Fete Sunday Walter Smith. Beverly jrM Mondays
B> l.f. to watch .ur half k.u.
Dixon and Joseph Smith. i : I month at Uoncrief Baptist
The first anniversary show SUB|'Y m fags at 9l0en
r .
Channel 4. teatvi" KtftKmcM.
FAMU grads. Marshall
of the Fxcelsior Gospel Churrt:, 23rd and Witch .
High-Plant City Algie
Singers will be cele- Rev. Scott pastor.Fbr .
i Roosevelt Hilton ,
Rogers. .
rated Sunday at B: 3D ---
and Lubertha Poy- further information ,
I p.m. in Triumph Holiness WINNERS If RDNNERS-UP---The Harris Insurance Co.
Church Third and Franklin ster FAMU grads now ing in the loop's number 2 spot. Varner scored a call Mrs. Emma Watkins, CAB COMPANY
teaching in Tampa; Keglers (top), captured Continental Bowling Lanes' 1ISS Kings; M. Dial It 4-16II
It Streets. beautiful 245 game during the season while Sumner financial secretary.
All groups of the city Bernard Jones Virginia sponsored Big Ten Bowling League chaicpionsiip: by
Union-now at Bartow; Wiles George Harris and Herman Jones contributed
friends and the general defeating the Kelley Panthers in the final nightof I
.I public are invited. Robert Brown (Bethune- high's of 228, 227 and 191 respect!\'ely. Harris
Palmetto; and Karline the summer league sessions. Morris Coppage (not SAVE NOW !
} Willie Martin will serve Miller of FAMU at Insurance champs shown standing with championship
as master of ceremonies shown) fired a league high 240 game while Willie
'riearwater trophy from left are: Clarence Wingate Willie
Lindsey. Eddie Cotton:>> and Clarence ,
Lindsey. Eddie Cotton, Capt. Caesar Grant. Not 63 MODELCLOSEOUT
tributed with strings of 211 198 and 190 res- shown Coppage and Janes Dltx>Runners-up- Pony
pectively. Coppage scored nine strikes during his
Ii Express Team seated from left are: Dozell Varner, !
240 game. James Dubose (not shown) rolled a fine Co-capt. Leo Kill ams. Standing from left: Herman

I .4 605 three game series during the season.Consistent Jones Co-c pt. Sumner Wiles Ernest Brown George
bowling by Pony Express' Dozell Varner Leo Williams Harris. Teams wishing to join the winter leaguemay

register now with Jackie Graves of Fred Sni the
andErnest Brown was responsible for the
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Two Honored Registration Drive Underway. : t

The City of Tallahassee is purging its registrar
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t News Of OrganizationsJACKSON return of cards is Thursday. September 19. If
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Jackson books are also open for persons to register for i
honoring Mrs. Lula Mae George was elected head of the Arabian Temple of
the first time. F
L : Cooper anti Mrs. Litseaa the Dramatic Order, knights of Omar and serving as scribe Leon County is conducting re-registration which 4-

: Ross. Mrs. Queen Thomas will be Eddie Lee Jones. Vivian C. Reid will serve as trea-/' ''began August 26. Deadline for re-registration is
1 served-as hostess. 1-4-1-0
r Those attending were: surer and Leroy Osbourne who formerly served as head of the October 5. The county re-registration is for pro-
perty owners or free-holders. During the period
Curtis Donaldson De- temple will to the
move up position of Venerable Shiek.
before October 5. persons may also register for On Your
wilt Cooper. Louise -,
'1 '- Thomas. 7ora Mae Butler. The group plans to sponsor a whist party on Tuesday night the first time. PLACE--County Court House.Registeror -

Francis Howard Letta September 24. The affair will be given in cooperation with re-register by October 5 in order to vote Nov. RadioTallahassee
45 on the following: (1) Election of three school
F Howard. Eddie Lee web- the Princesses and be held in
will the Pythian Hall on Me trustees. (2) The ten mill levy for school taxes. I
ster. Cleotha Randolph. Comb Street. (3) The proposal to authorize the Leon County ,
t; t: Catharine Howard Alice School Board to appoint the School Superintendent. '

t Jean Donaldson Joseph s s; s i t t s .' (4) The Staee Capital Outlay Bond Program for Edu- Via.KUZZIN'S. I
Lowe. Wilbert G*vin. :; ..
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Loie Webster.Fteve; Reid. "' : : .
I Rotnie Lee
Tilman. Josephine'Gavln Serrial Livingston serve officer for the Sneed-Franklin

j i Sylvester Hicks.. Perlie Post of the American Legion Presented the local county veterans TALLAHASSEE BOYS WANTED KUZZIN'S JAZZARAMAKUZZIN'S
Hicks. Verdelle Lewis
r I Catharine Johnson.' service officer to the Post. The speaker spoke on vete You Earn Cash Selling The FLORIDA STAR

Liettie Mae Miller. Hank rans pensions and benefits. He will appear again at the first KABARET

.'1, .. Jackson. Neather Bell meeting in October.The Apply 2017 Owen or phone 222-3025
I Ferrell John Butler.
), James Gavin* Johnny Post is conducting an extensive membership campaign whichis

Thomas Alexander Wilson designed to enrolled at least one hundred members. Chairman -
t Joe Louis Slater.
of the drive is Jaires Everett. Veterans
J Betty Gene Thomas. Ross desiring to Join

t J Mae McBride Charles may contact him at the Three Duces Drive-In on Eugenia Street.
1 I Greene Ross Lee Boone .
m\\i Willie Harris. Carl An- '
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drews. Juanfck Anderson.

I i Horace Gavin. Culley PYTHIANSThe
Rollins Frank Gavin.
.c f Charles Sumner Lodge in their
s. John Butler. illie Jackson meeting set up committees

:} Richard ,Gavin to provide activities for the order which is a unit
i Willie Thomas. Sylvester t4r
erf the Grand -
Lodge Knights of Pythias. Jurisdiction of
r\ Butler. King navid Howard
r. Fddie Lee.1feston\ :!, Florida. Heading the committees is E.A. Pottsdaraer who will'

'h I' and George Lester serve as public relation director.

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l University students. A warm welcome has been extended daily to Steve Beasley, P.O. Box 212 or call ip :4
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St. Mary Primitive
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p season with 'a Pew Rally which was sponsored by the Copy deadline is Mondays at 5 p.m. t

i Mary Allen Board'. Mrs. M. G. Edwards is presidentof
1962 Miss Fountain
Chapel Runnerup
the group .Dr. M. C. Williams was guest

speaker for Men's Day out at Lloyd on SUnday. ,
4 Men' s Pay was also held at the Mt. Zion Church on

., Saxon Street.. . will be held at the st. Michael Fpiscopal Church wt

i RIder Joseph Franklin will be guest speaker at

services to be held at the First Institutional 4 NOW YOU CAN LEARN /j

L Baptist Church on Sunday. .Rev. Flush Herndon of ,
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Hack Muslims Membership! i Negro Talent Girl ... : =t' : /<-, As Baptists' Stress RcgistratioN

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j'Ft LOS ANGELES (AMP) -The Black Muslims here strongly There was speculation here last 4 Dallas--ANP)-Delegates to delegates and friends was a
denied last week that a fanatical 26-year-old ex-Marine who week as to whether National the 83rd annual session of the speech by Texas Governor John
I chopped off the heads of his wife and two children was a Broadcasting Company was National Baptist Convention of Connally."No .

I, member of their cult as he claimed. boosting Its "talent find"Miss America pledged to promote single issue is so em-
I The slayer is Melvin E.Jackson pemer and his wife had quarreled Ena Hartman 24, of Pine Bluff, r voter registration in"hard- bedded in American thinking today -

,, an unemployed carpenter, repeatedly over his InterestIn Ark., for a film role groom-- pressed areas." as the issue of voting rights,
who was arrested and charged the Black Muslim sect. Ing her for a leading role on tI The Rev. C. W. Black chair- economic rights and educational

f J with the and murders their of and his wife, Jackson said his wife "did one of Its network programs.The F- L 4 j man of the social justice commission rights" Governor Campy told
Evet son daugh-
not believe In the Muslim be- speculation was raised presented the recom- the convention
ter. Miles, 4, and Kim. 2 1/2. liefs. That made her my enemy. After the network flew the attractive p. mendation to the delegates,who "But as vital as we imow1, hes<

Mrs. Jackson was pregnant. She doesn't bring children up dancer and drama represent three million mem- economic and educational opportunities -
,'d I- During a dispute over Muslim the way black people believe trainee to Hollywood for a tour bers in 11.000 congregations.In to be, he Mid, t

teachings,Jackson admittedhe they should. of Introductions to film chiefs. rr'r f I r his plea for passage of the "we cannot overlook another
\ \ .seized a meat cleaver and Jackson later admitted how- NBC said It would not standIn see r : recommendation, the Rev. basic problem: The moral
chopped off the heads of his ever, that he was not a memberof Miss Hartman's way should Black said, "The Welfare of our stability of our people."
.J wife and the children. Then he the Black Muslim sect.Negroes she get a chance to do motion country Is being threatened by Connally spoke at the first

sat calmly and leafed through picture work. NBC however, n ata e.r w the Irresponsible action of night session of the organi
Muslim literature without has renewed her contract for southern congressmen to kill or zation.

( either bothering to report the Seek another year. weaken civil tights measures He told clergymen among the

murders or removing the Two years ago, signed Miss proposed by President Ken- 5.000 delegates they were best
i* bodies. Police kicked the door Hartman to a 'talent develop- nedy." qualified to deal with the pro-
down to enter the house and Posts On ment" contract. She was the The chairman pointed out that blem of moral stability.

t, arrest Jackson, after they had first Negro signed by the net- STUDENTS -Leonard Jackson and Tcrrence Preston (center), are shown Negroes will obtain their full Religion alone can not solve
been alerted by relatives of School birds work for such a role. The net- rights when they can exercise all of our social problems.Con
with their parents as they tre being greeted by Gibbs Junior Oolle instructor
The relativeshad
'Ii the young mother. work then tutored her In sing- ; their right to elect public officials nally said. "Religion alone can-

f', been unable to contact her. Dumas, Ark. --(ANP)--E. J. ing, dancing and drama. Now Miss Berline Brandon The two freshmen baseball stars at Jacksonville's New who are friendly to the not win the victory over atheistic -

4! However Minister John'X, Nelson 73, a Negro, has filed NBC feels that Miss Hartman Negro's aims. communism, but it gives us
speaking for Muslimshere.. for a five year term on the Is ready for her debut.However Stanton High School, enrolled in the St. Petersburg, Fla- institution last week Rev. Black who is pastor of the launching pad. so to speak.

t denied that Jackson was a member Dumas School Board,but he may what nature her "debut" would fGJC photo by Ba11ard: Mr. Zion First Baptist church of for the conquest we seek"
of the sect, saying he never be disqualified as a condidate. take was not explained. San Antonio, also suggested that "Heavy is there responsibility -
heard of the man.Minister John Each candidate's petition Grant Tinker vicepresidentof Leader Dies Court Kills Priest Critizes churches take special col- of all churchmen regard-

also. denounced the crime,statIng must be signed by 20 eligible NBC Television network programs lections in January to provide less of denomination or creed
1 that "no Muslim Is ever voters. Only 18 of the signatures said Miss Hartman was From Suicide Biased Seating Schools FailureSt. funds for the promotion of the to foster and develop the restraints -

Involved in anything of that on Nelson's petition have flown here so she could be Introduced voter registration activity.To of morality in our people -
nature." been Desha Philadelphia -- ANPr-26- In Louis--(ANP)--A promi- he
accepted by County to all motion pictureand ( Virginia illustrate the need of sucha concluded.
-f(t When police approached election officials. Theothertwonames television producers Invol- year-old woman who was a leader nent Catholic educator,the Rev. collection, the Rev. Black declared
\ Jackson, he was sitting in a were not on the Desha ved with the network's shows. and organizer of NAACP- Richmond Va.--(ANP)-The John L. McKenzie, SJ., bibli- "the percentage of

I[ rocker and holding a picture County poll tax list, but a check He said also that she would sponsored demonstrations over Virginia Supreme Court threw cal history professor at Chicago's the registered Negroes of voting Ex Morgan
), of Elijah Muhammad, national has still to be made of the Lincoln be presented to "key peopleat job discrimination at a con- out state laws requiring segre- Loyola university, in a age in 11 states in the South falls
I, leader of the Muslim sect. County and Drew county the film studios." Film struction site here last May dieda gated seating last week. It ordered speech here last week criti- far beneath that which will be
The headless bodies of Mrs. poll tax lists. Parts of both tests would be Included Tinker reported suicide victim last segregation ended at cized Catholic schools for not required to achieve our objectives Prexy Dies
Jackson and her son. and her counties are In the Dumas said. week. Richmond's baseball field and teaching students the practical .
daughter were sprawled in poolsof School She Black who Civic'Auditorium.. facts of interracial justice. Baltimore -- (ANPDr..
District In addition to her and was Beverly In Mississippi he said there
singing Oliver
blood on the floor and a "A question of the constitutionality Addressing teachers of Dwight Wendell Holmes
Nelson's only opponent Is dancing Miss Hartman has donea was described by Cecil Moore, St. were 5.3 percent registeredvoters 85
year-old educator died
blood-spattered meat cleaver Mrs. H. A. Rands the firstwoman lot of work as aphotographer'smodeL president of the Philadelphia of the two Virginia Sta- Louis Catholic schools Father Texas 27 percent, and week Johns
lay beside Jackson's chair, detectives tutes..must be determined according McKenzIe stated Hopkins Hospital
to run for the School Board chapter of the NAACP as a pointedly: Tennessee 45.8 percent. here
said.Investigators. at Dumas. Another candidatehad "fallen heoine in the fight for to the pronouncementsof "Many Catholic school grad- The minister pointed out to finded for he had been con-
said the car- filed, but withdrew after desegregation." the (United States) Supreme uates have memorized catech- the delegates, who accepted his a week.
Nelson entered the race. Court Upholds Moore said Miss Black's Court" the state court said In isms (the books on the teachingsof suggestion, that the funds col- Dr. Holmes, president-
emeritus of
Teacher i sSuitaias Nelson Is the fourth Negro to "unfortunate demise is linked to sending the case back to a lower the faith) and developed reli lected would not be sufficient to had been Morgan State college -
file for school board positionIn College Firings the culmination of all frustra- court,here. It directed the lower gins exercises, but seem to conduct an all-out drive but three HI health for
Southeast Arkansas this year. tions and tensions built up in court: to issue orders prohibiting have no way to deal with would be confined to "hard- ported.weeks, relatives re-

One Negro filed for a posi- Negro citizens In their eternal racial segregation at both bigotry." pressed areas."
Frankfort -- ANP--A The
Ky., ( educator who beaded
tion on the Dermott School struggle to achieve the status facilities. These students develop the Delegates at the convention
1 La. State Law Federal court jury has found for Morgan from 1937 to 194,
Parker Field attitude Father
Board, one filed for a term on the defendants in a $600.000 of full American cltizenshlp.1tHe was desegre- McKenzIe went adopted recommendations urgIng earned his as. degree from
New Orleans-ANP-Another) the Eudora School Board and at suit from further described her as gated voluntarily this summer on, that the church solves all members to write their con Howard and took the
damage stemming master'sand
41 I one of Louisiana's laws aimed at Snow Lake (Des a County),Wil- student expulsions and teacher having been "one of the most for baseball. It Is the home of problems and makes all deci- gressmen to support civil rights doctor's degrees from Columbia -

4 maintaining the status quo in lie Hall, a .Negro, Is running dismissals at the predominantly faithful andhard-workingmem- the Richmond Vees in die International sions. legislation. They also com- .
racial segregation is being attacked for re-election to a five-year Negro State bers in the (NAACP) organi- League. "Without a church state- mended President Kennedy for During his administration
Kentucky CollegeIn at
The Virginia court said that ment," the said .
zation. priest
term. "grad- his stand civil
f In court Last week 1960. on rights. the once Methodist Church-con
I Mrs. Subil Mortal teacher In The panel, which included one The badly-decomposed bodyof Richmond Baseball Inc.,lessee uates often become passive and Dr. C. D. Pettaway of Little nected school Dr. Holmes was
the New Orleans public schools, Judge Refuses. Negro, deliberated 35 minutes Miss Black,telephone opera- of Parker Field and Musical accept the prevailing attitudesof Rock, Ark., was elected to his responsible for the growth of
i filed suit In effort to have before returning a decision that tor was found in her "bachelor Celebrities Inc., and lessees of the community. fourth term as president. Vice its enrollment from gilt in

declared unconstitutional a law Picketing Ban there was no conspiracy on the girl" apartment. the auditorium had segregated Father McKenzie maintainsthat presidents re-elected were the 1939 to 1,266 in the 47-48
which prohibits any teacher part of college official to vio- Officials at the Medical Ex- the seating because of the state students must be taught to Rev. J. C.Sams Jacksonville., school year.

t from belonging to an organization Scolds Owner late the civil rights of 10 expelled aminer's Office said death was statute. think creatively, particularly ,Fla., and the Rev. B. O. Byrdof As the sixth president of the.
caused by an overdose of multiple The city of Richmond owns concerning the meaning of Los .
which champions or condones Angeles.One
students and discharged be
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (ANP) two was also respon-
both facilities but does not Christian love In Interracial af
racial Integration. The A judge here last week refused Instructors. depressant drugs taken of the highlights of the sible for comparable growthIn
school authorities have already several days before her body operate them. fairs. convention that attracted 11,000
1 die request of a The 12 plaintiffs were among its physical plant.
di -------------
swvered.A .
in the outlawd the was
placed groups restaurant owner to ban 14 persons lorcea from me college -
| NAACP, the Urban League, the Negroes who are picketing his three years agoaftercampus suicide note, addressed to
National Education Association business, and then scolded the demonstrations that culmi- Miss Black's mother Mrs.
and other such groups. businessman for bringing the nated In a fire destroying the Rachel Black, was found near

J Mrs. Mortal admits that she matter to court. college gymnasium. the body. It.said: Nationally Famous WATCHESat'Money
is a member of some of the out- Circuit Court Judge John Federal Judge H. Church "God forgives"-- here'shoping
will also.
";+ lawed organizations and stands Hereford told Roba Ques- Ford, In charging the jury,said you
P in fear of losing her position of the White the rights Involved were the
senberry operator Ellington Slates
in the public schools. Pantry restaurant, in essence, right to,have notice of the Saving' Prices PLUS 'Budget Pleasing7 Terms!
the wife of Ernest J. '
Any. that he didn't have a legal legto charges preferred against those
Mortal, who Is president of the stand on, statewise or other- dismissed; the right of being afforded Six ConcertsNEW I
local NAACP and Is the daughterof wise. a reasonable chance to be
Dr. C. C. Hay dell,prominent DELHI (ANP)--Duke Ellington -
"Quessenberryhas no right heard, and the right of petitionor
\ FERRELL DIAMONDS 23 jewels itlf4f -wind' 0
physician and surgeon and Judge Hereford said In deliverIng redress for grievances. internationallyknownAmerican offers you wtttrprojhockrttltUnt. rtktCE
} president of a local insurance the tongue lashing on civil Only three of the 15 defen- Negro composer and un- OUR lOw
bandleader, will play In six the finest watches with No Cash breakable mil*. .- Choice
company. rights "to come into a court dants were called to testify. ttiinlitt Y our
All members of school boards of law and ask me to protect They were Dr. Rufus. Atwood, major Indian cities this month. /? Necessary and you pay whileyou tprlnc steel cm. $54.14 94
In Louisiana and all officials of His appearance here comeson *
him (fn doing something the former president of the college;
the state education department Supreme Court of the United Mendell P. 'Butler, Kentucky the heels of the successful .. wear your new watch !

i; of administration are white and States says Is improper when superintendent of Public In- 18-day run of his mammoth -... NO MONEY DOW
|L openly support racial segre- done by a government body." struction chairman of the college's work. "My People" which wasa r 117 i I sT zs
feature of Jowei ELGIN ::
attraction the Cen-
jf gatlon. Hereford is a state judge. board of regents by vir
11 A teacher in Plaquemlne.W. Attorneys representing tue of his office, and Msgr. tury of Negro Progress Exposition '
:i W. Harleaux principal of an Quessenberry had asked Judge Joseph A. O'Dwyer of Frank- In ChIcago Illinois. CALENDAR WATCHwith ci

elementary school, has already Hereford to Issue an order fort, a member of the board of Ellington and his world- > Complete ; -
been threatened with loss of his curtailing demonstrations that regents. famous orchestra are expectedto 1 fi0ifl0P WSrUTLtA

Job because of his activities in are being staged In an effortto arrive in Delhi September Famous P ***" v WATCHBANO / .T
t racial demonstrations in that Integrate service at the Oldest College 21, after completing a tour of

,4 city. The law was enacted in restaurant. But the judge indicated the Middle East. They will play ,. You Don'r Have to Baby this Watch! = _
I 1958 by the Louisiana state legIslature that such action by him Admits Negro engagemens in New Delhi, nhlwns -. -
; and one of the few hate would be Illegal because die Bombay Calcutta Madras lUMJtiOUSOlM OUR LOW Ptici .. A' ,' d' ia 'aseT
I't: laws still on the books. restaurant Is licensed Florience Ala. (ANP) With- Bombay and Bangalore.The ISianl > SHOCK IBSTANT :: :,',: ,1: '
r I out any Interference from racist band Is scheduled to + .' S MtSSS pl $ J) "I r: a ,"_ pa',
Gov. C. Wallace, racial SWtff StCONO HAND j&I&40'MrWATUKSBTANT J{ te"!atc.sacee'
George .
give three concerts In thecapl- = p"s ,'1 t ,' et 71TURNn
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barriers fell at Alabama'soldest tal, Delhi and two each at Bom g EXPANSION SAND -- Jew's $54.14
chartered college with bay Calcutta Madras .' NO MONEY DOWN $1.00 WEEK -

i SAVE NOW the court-ordered enrollment Hyderabad and Bangalore.In Self winding water 2 yGan a
of Wendell M. Gunn at addition to the three concerts OfeGf f fAtSB .ShatkdlASaC! ;" a 'd r. :AreT
the Florence State aralsE4.,! it A = ,r ': Ere
College.In e NO MOHEYIN
Delhi will have a lec i4,,qp cMrcat dui. i'putt; =
63 MODELCLOSEOUT an apparent attempt to ture-demonstration by the jazz lQ.f4 C sp.l4 / -

prevent Negro trouble transfer, the student 20yearold was- maestro concerts on are September scheduled take The Take a FULL Year t Pay ___ _--_- f .!i

i registered for classes at the
place at Vigyan BhAvanDe1hi'smost = ;
lO -year-old Institution just modern auditorium.The ;
before dark.Florence. qJJlf World's onlyElectronic .
"Duke's" tour of India ACCUTRON f7
State was the third ends with the concert at Calcutta 111
\t Alabama Negroes college this year to under admit October, scheduled 27. to take place b y BULOVA i\ Wrmelace _-_ t t I

Federal court orders. In June
None of America's folk White electronic timepiece I I
5303 Beach Blvd. two University of Alabama In time by the
< Keeps constantvibrations
music has as fans here Stainless steel 3
many ..
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Tuscaloosa, and another enter- oFo tuning fork
II as jazz and the capital has case, Waterproof -- I
ed the university's extension __ activated electronically.
been eagerly awaiting the Ellington Sweep-second hand, hay It doesn't tick OUt LOW retch I

tour for the last few Alligator strap. f't, hums.GUARANTEED. -= Your Choice : Many the greatest here rate of con-Ellington OUR LOW $13750' 'f u; .' F =t 0 $43.94 !i

temporary jazz creators and his PRICE I'' T 99.9977 I
14-piece: orchestra Is considered i ACCURATE -- "iioo DOWN ,
to be the most creative !
jazz ensemble $2jT5 A WEEK on your wrist -
There Is hardly a jazz group -
here that does not Include Ellington -

N1ARKgTSt compositions in its i
gUPER repertory. RA VE LL -_ Lady's TIMEXCavaftina '

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d uct o I _
a Pro
UCLA Seeks NEV ER IiEfO RE! Such _- -- N.wesf hhn.e idea, ( ,eee. _, '
Dtessed & Dram Pr.cision-ttw.Ud : yv w Kk to mach y*w 'Yr>v -
shirt- + : : e.ed er rfrtss. Speck rts!*> ,1,' '
BAKERITE Negro ApplicantsLOS lux u ry. 17 r
ace-racy : tent with w br*.liablmointprinj. -.
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250Ifc. t sJ
I ANGELES (ANP) The Your Choice -- y 5 ceiN 1

University of California at Los alto eZ 'e OUKLOW -
3 I6. to Angeles win launch a drive to [aw -

l LiqR IN witi" 55.00 order enroll more Negro students in reKS NO akOti'f DOYlN C ,r MICI ? ..
I graduate and professional at st/ "awew" --= NO MONEY DOWN "Charge It

{I WESSON B. S. bl 1 schools, according to an announcement -
190 Franklin The search Our LOW lu ova Prices EVEN Include Tax !
OIL Potatoesput win begin with undergraduate
students already enrolled at

1 10 Ib.MAIATMA bag UCLA.The recruiting will eventually

extend to high schools and junior T; ats J -

f FRESH and state colleges In the hopeof

helping capable studeas. e .a ThrM Con wei.ref t
ROAST Graduate fellowships are available y w MM wircl e mlrt MAIN AT MONROE
; Pork RICE at UCLA but none are a WATCH BAND Elfin 6-8486

; 'JQI. specifically designated for For Her Fer Him MAIN AT EIGHTHachsonuille's d
students Dr. Marcus cuM s
Negro $7.95 $4.95 FIVE P INTS
""'" McBroom, president of L.A.Panhellenlc .
250 3 ft. nek*' Council (eight Negro J et a.p Ch..R It"
: sororities and fratenities) = Only Jewelry 5 Appliance CenterI

I It Is helping In the search.

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protest demonstrations past week at Leon theatres by students of t

Florida AtM and Florida
MAKE, US AN OFFER! State University have "

WE CAN FINANCE WITH LITTLEOR resulted in the arrest '
NO of several hundred vi w

Atlantic Motors Inc. students.
I left shows
Top photo yam:
2418 ATLANTIC BLVD. FL 9.0530 student sing-in at local

CHRYSLER PLYM. VALIANTNO jail protesting arrestsand N nisr ..JwI

MONEY DOWN segregation incarecerations at white and
53 BUICK 4-dr. Sedan $100 Florida State Theatre. TLk

57 MERCURY $195 Top right: leon Sheriff Lf Ue M
53 CHEV. ca a _
Convcrtable $100 Bill Joyce (hands on

57 VOLKSWAGEN $795 knees) warns student

59 SIMICA 4-dr. Sed. $295 leader. Bottoa photo:
60 VAUXHALL Leader Alton White
WAGON $595 y ,
leads pray-in at county
HUGHES CARSWELL (ste.e Beasley Photos)__ an3 a

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Your foil time Chrysler-Plymouth .Valiant WITCH TIflS ClOWN \

salesman. Working for Atlantic Motors Inc., lkI Court Refuses To Remove Pickets At Daylight StoresPicket t

selling New & Used Cars

Call me, FL 9-O53O I ..... IItI 14111See J- lines were established in front of employees.
J the Daylight Grocery Stores in Jacksonville (2) That the company reinstate all 20 of
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Res. Ph. EL
following the company's discharge of 20 discharged employees with full seniority H I
young Negro union members for wearing rights restored and pay for lost time as <

'. their union. buttons, says Robert Ackerman, a result of the illegal discharge.
".. Union Secretary.On (3) That the company be ordered to bar-

SUPERIOR MEATS On Friday, September 6, picket lines were gain with the Allied Food Workers for a
} established at each of the company' s .9 contract upon .deirand by the union. t' -
That the government issue an injunction '
(4) ;
stores operated in Jacksonville.s _
"Where Yen Get 16- z. fe the Pu>+d" against the company restraining
The Daylight Grocery chain, in an effort
the union, them from any other unfair labor practiceacts.
to break up following a request
-* IN The FARMER'S MARKET for recognition by Allied Food Workers .

I NO ONE "UNDERSELLS" SUPERIOR! MEATSFolks District'tlnion 433, fired 20 of its em On Thursday night, September -12, Circuit
Court Judge Elmore refused to issue an
Superior Meats it very grateful to the wonderful people of lax and r ployees.The .
Dural County for their warm and sincere patronage end with your continued Allied Food Corkers has filed charges injunction to renove the union picketsfrora -
support we wilt always sell you the best of meats at the lowest prices toFloridan. in front of the Daylight stores.
with the National
Thank You against the company H .
Joe Cory Labor Relations Board asking: He further refused the cospany* s request ,
Open 7 Days 7 A.M. teFRISH P.M. owner b Mgr. to stop union pickets from distributing
(1) That the company be ordered to recognize .,
FLORIDA MAD 'A' the Allied Food Workers as the bar- leaflets telling their side of ;the story j
C gaining representative of the company s to the public.

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in In the group are: Ira Lawrence, Mrs. Illinois Saith, Mrs.

Coaxuu, Mrs. Will{ f! M. Moore, Mrs. Eddie Lee Smith,

I Mae Knowles, Mrs. Vivian Brown Mrs. Thelma McDonald Mrs.

: Reed, T. Savage and Alfronia Kenon.

Calvin C. Hughes 'YM' Director Grace Presbyterian$ i

Church Planning

Launches Massive Club Program Rev. W.P. Savoy pastor
of Grace Presbyterian
YMCA of Greater into trouble if for no Church 6P95 NW 14th
:! Is launching a mas-
other than to
reason Ave. announced this week
club program through- escape from sheer boredom that plans are going forward -
t Dade County that ," "*e feel that the for the anniversary
involve thousands of YMCA can rid them of their celebration.A .
: and girls of all boredom by providing constructive number sorters who
groups, was announced activi-
group have entered as contestant -
by the Carver Branch ties and a sense of belonging -
; a report that they
: \ Director Calvin which is so are receiving excellent
HJghes.rhe vitally. important; and at support from the community
club program is the same time, meet their and members of
led to provide young individual needs through
the anniversary co.ltte -
experiences that various recreational,
e have expressed their
help them to develop spiritual and e cationa1PrDP'ams.
gratitude to members ad
1 principles and ."
friend for their co-
be able to the
"We know that we are operation.
and responsi- faced with a tremendous Sunday, flept 22, has
of Christian challenge, but we plan toceet been slated for youth
l in their own said Mr. Hughes.
It, activities with the youth
end in community of the church
The program calls * * havingcharge
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; leader their and leisure the group time There's No Charge T

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11 RNHH iIi...... PW.i Vn %...H Husband Wife Drug Store OperatorsWiltred New Providence Missionary Baptist Church Choir PIlls fecitf i

'. Of MM, WumUM DMfhttr t.r .

Homicide. officers. Hew to Georgia this week to -
to pick ,up a Miami man;. who Sled.across the state
r B
;" linn after al ledgedly',killing a local ran and
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wounding his own t Q-year-old daughter in tie ; '

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Bun-fin. s e.ee5.e 1
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Fatal-victim of theshoot'ing guilt_ Homicide investigators -
is Willie Lee flew to Georgia

J arses. 35. of 2141 NW where he is being heldon U

68th Street and the a first degree'murder

wounded girl Is Linda chargeWMWM.
Gary daughter of Lucius

"'McArthur Gary of-2344 NW ax
I 71st Lane Arrested

Police investigators reported -
< that last Sunday For Killing I Mot

James was talking to
A. Gibson and ,his wife Mrs. Eleanor B. Gibson.The couple 'operates
Gary's wife Betty on the III talons Act

porch 'when!: Gary appeared Eddie's Drugs at 801 NW Third Ave.. which compares with the best from the
A Young Miami woman: according -
atTthe front. door. As standpoint of lay-out ar ell as stock. A FAMU graduate, Doctor Gibson dispenses
to Metro police
far as could he deter- has confessed to the his prescriptions with efficiency and a soothing touch of courtesy.
mined no words were
fatal jealousy shooting
alleged M IN RECITAL--Shown here is the Nutber
passed but Gary is 2 Choir of New Providence Missionary
of' her common-law husband
to have fired on last Sunday. Sept. 15. Baptist Church NW 7th Court & 63rd Streets who will be In concert, Sunday
James with a .22 calibrePistol
Police arrested Ann September 29, at the Dade.OJunty Audi torlull', 2:30 to 5: ro p.m. in an effort to
White. 35. of 5250 NW 1
raise funds to purchase a Hammond organ for the church. ..
26th Ave. and booked her
on a charge of first degree aJl John H. Myrick Bishop To Visit EpiscopaliansOn
murder in the kill- t
Sunday Sept. 22.the clock service
ing of Prnest Burns of Funeral
Director fifteenth Sunday MING EVENT
the same address.
Trinity, the Rt. Heart Chap
According to police re Dies In Miami
James Duncan the Fpiscopal
ports. Burns was shot
Bishop of the Diocese Church of the
twice with a .22 calibre
South Florida will is
bullets which hit him In SPOR-
v his annual visitation annual fall
J their
the left chest and left
hand. the Church of the Sunday. Sept.
I 54th 0'W the church.
The victim was sittingin nation. 1835 NW at

killing the latter an automobile in front Bishop Duncan will organist is

instantly and woundingthe of the 26th Ave. address 1 in attendance at Jones music

child around the talking to another woman J FOOD MECCA--Chef Robert Belcher, seated at cash register is the operator of the. VJ ; 8 o'clock Solemn at North Hade .

right eye.Information. when his mate. Ann White E Mass and will High School -and
Panous Chef restaurant at 832 NW Second Ave which serves the most delicate '
was received allegedly shot him. 1 the rites of Holy at the Incarna-

I from relative Burns died in the auto. iiettiry needs of visitors to Miami. Awaiting the call for service are wait .........- firmation at the 11 .

that Gary had fled to resses Dorothy Brown and Clara Taylor who add a healthy serving of charm to ', r r
Douglaf. Ga. and County WATCH THIS CLOWN Help Wanted
their efficient service.
Sheriff Julian Fears was .. Miami EditionFlorida
advised by the homocide

unit of the Public Safety a Star

Department of his whereabouts needs

When found ond arrestedin running into money News Men

Broxton. Ga. he said Funeral services were (who can write)
he war. going to give him- (See Page 11)] held for John H. Myrick
self up and admitted ""-- wellknown Funeral Direc-
Ad Salesmen
tor in Dade County for

SID pFAL/NNOW 4 r t many Bethel years, AMR at the Church.Greater Newsboys Agents coNisaion-drnr

HAIR Wednesday September18th ALSO NEEDED

at 2 p.m. The Rev. .
aa .
USE S. A. Cousin officiating.Mr. For Ft. Lauderdale

Ssther's"SAVE r r '* C Myrick died Sept.
12th at a local hospital -Columnist Distributors ,

in Broward County

IT"ZSAVEa1" The well known directorfor Write for full details f
DUAL TRIBUTF--This picture of Coleman's Gulf Service Station at 276 NW 5th
many years was employed -
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Street, corner of Third Xve. is a tribute to its operator, R. C.. Coleman who I by the Frances Miami-Fla. Star
i is Esther's new formula for men and
W_._. product designed to help prevent the brought a combination of good business principles and giving satisfaction has Street.Funeral Home on NW 7th 138NW Third Ave. Phone 377-1825 I
.... of hair by" scalp bacteria; end
J_____._..__...____ f._.r ._.._.___1.1._m.... hair n., thin _built a thriving two-station business. i
temples. ,ou ether thin spot*-a product designed .
to restore natural Oils, giving has',., .beauty and MiamiHOUSE Deaths18th
.. l and LEARNING
strength converting short stubby kfelttt hair : EARNING I

into the real "Woman's Crowning GlorAT ,.- OF ALBERT at Greater Bethel .

John 0. Mays, 360 NW A.M.F. Church, Rev. S.?.
have"SAVE IT",send$1.00 for
If your dealer does not \
2 oz sue $1.50 for 4 oz. jar. (tax and postage in Boys & Girls Cain Mali Money
to 6th St.Jackson f. Hosp. Cousin' pastor, offi-
Esther's Beauty Aids / 50 New West York 125th 27.N.Y.Street Sept. 15. Survivors/' Include elating. Known survivorsare f

his wife, mother, his wife, Mrs. Mazie .
2brotheis and 1 sister. Myrick; 1 son, Ralph,
Edward Waters College e.**eee :: Hundreds of Florida Star Newsboys j jJ
Myrick; 1 daughter, Mrs."., ::.
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Willie L. James 2141 -" '
Clifford McKenzie; 1 ,
A Four Year College Ate EARNING from $1. to 10.00 Week /:
NW 68th St., Sept. 15. sister, Mrs. Aln Lii- ; >

UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE Survivors include his t1 eton>and several! other r And LEARNING to do business. j

wife daughter, mother relative YOUNGSTERS! I you are smart and
....5...555.. rte e55eRoby 1 !
1 sisterand 5 brothers.

e..e Girl Sharp of 1212 want to earn your own money

Sylvester Williams, NW 1st Place died "pt. this is the way to do it. .

5950 SW 67th St.. So. 13th at Jackson Memorial
PARENTS! Your child may not 1
Miami, Sept. 9. Survivors Hospital. Graveside '

include: his services were heldThurs- need money, but the training gainedas

wife mother 2 daughters day Sept. 19th. will him be {
a newsboy help to I'
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3 sons, 3 sisters Richardson Funeral Home

.and 4 brothers. Fred Douglas Archie successful in later. life. Many of the

w 267 NW 6th St. died at most successful men were Newsboys. :,--.... ..,..
Mrs. Catherine 0. M ? 1 1 !
Jackson M. Hospital on ... ,
-Jones 1228 NW 67th St.. ht
FOUNDED 1866 Sept. 8, 1963. Services
Dr. B. Stewart
President Jacksonville 9, Florida Sept. 9. Survivors include held Monday, at Chapel Start A Route Anywhere ,.

her husband, 1 .
Outstanding Faculty Rev.Jackson: officiated.He You Live In Florida :--
sisters and
daughter, 4
leaves a wife, Mrs. s.
3 brothers.eeeeeeee.eeeee.
Beautiful Surroundings W.M.Archie. brothers 'OJ.

We'll( Put Yon IB Business
Bachelor of Science Degree Hen IY Archie of Fara- ,
Mrs. Vary F. Daniels..
mont, Carolina; Cl p.JlOn; .

V:; MAJOR CONCENTRATIONS Sept. 9. Survivors include Archie New York City; FILL: OUT THIS COUPON TODAY ,

her husband 1 FLORIDA STAR 738 NW 3rd Ave., Miami, Fla. .
Miss Bessie
one cousin
daughter her parents,
Houston, Washington,
.- < 'BUSINESS EDUCATION 2 brothers and others. ..
,- .--. -- ............ I MINOR*' S FIRST NAME LAST NAME r
S 555 555 5555.
Kiss Lynne ;;J mson,2310Rutl

SOCIAL SCIENCE GENERAL SCIENCE and St., Opa Locka. Mrs. Mirian GeorgunEyoonettee I ADE ESS. STREET &: NUMBER PHONE NO. {. .

Survivors include her
: of 1733 NW x j
father, step-father,
BIOLOGY MATHEMATICS of the Florida Star on
5th Place; Sept. 11, Send ay child 20 copies
TERMINAL COURSES andt2 sisters. I credit to start him In business. I will pay the
j 963,In Jackson M. Hosp.
sells. Those
Florida Star 11* for each copy
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". Negro Players Reported Plentiful LIVING WITH SPORTS Season's Premier

As Pro Grid Season Gets Underway ,
: ; By Charles J. Livingston I
CHICAGO--ANP--With tan talent as abundant ., "

perhaps the National ,CHICAGO (A1'tP--Some 32 years ago two
I ( more so) as ever, Football '
nostalgia was heavy as they reminiscencedand
ambitious writers hard at workon
League got under way last week (Sept. 14)--with, young were .t
the staff of the Hampton institute chatted enthusiastically.Waters f.r
13 other teems the
seeking to unseat two-time and Brockenbury are as proficientat

champions, the Green Bay Packers. ............ newspaper 'The Script. They didn't gabbing as they are with the typewriter.Both .

The Packers, one of the know it then; but through hard work, talent have talked and worked themselvesinto

cltssiest and cost rower. attempts He also has hustle and big dealing both were destined. many ideal and profitable situations.

fu football teams -ever been'utilized on punt to go far in journalism. Waters who knows newspaper work "inside

"'" returns. Adderly the One made it big pushing a pencil, handing* out' has "covered" practically every
put together, has .tan
players in prominentroles. former Michigan State out tough news assignments ordering people*-, type of assignment in the newspaper field.

- f< halfback performs kick- And in his
: 4 around and overworking himself. wandering, talking has aided
Defensively. ,
t. .. off returning chores. The other former Hampton scribe made his.. him immeasurably. Enoc is a fine after
Willie: wood. and, Herb
x:: t Howard Williams.a former nam-e in sports In the process, however dinner speaker. He is also a connoisseurof

Adderly are secondary he, too, managed to overwork himself.The .
Howard University star fine food, and a judge of good liquor. .
aces, and 7111ie" Davis two ex-Hamptonites are' Enoc g.c.aters, ,
most likely will be used Brock' s" appetite for the 'fri voli-
is one of the most editor=in-chief of the Associated Negro
as specialist: 'on kickoff ties" of life is just as large. He does

under-rated defensiveends. Press and former executive editor ( for
punt runbacks and
all the after dinner speaking for himself.
Coach: Vince Lon- _.Oo'\' _
punting units. several years) of the Chicago Daily Defender -
bardi 'also is convertinghis A few years ago 'Brock"calked himself NEK YORK, N.Y.--Arthur Godfrey Lena Home Jon-

The Detroit Lions, regarded newspaper and L. I. Brockenbury a into a deal with the then newly trans-
athan Winters and Malcolm Muggeridge will be
first draft choice- as the Packers' member of the staff of the Los Angles Sen- planted Los Angeles Dodgers. Now he
guestt. on The Jack Paar Program' Friday Sept.
Dave Robinson, the All- strongest contenders for tinel and AMP s West Coast correspondent.When travels around--as a baseball writerwithboth
20 then the full-hour color series starts its
American from Penn Ftate
lest*rn Division honors, Waters left the Hampton campus he the Dodgers and the Los Angeles
second season on NBC-TV (10. p.m. NYT).
into a linetacker.
has picked backfield turned over the Script to 'Brock." But Angels.As .
The premiere will mark
Elijah Pit s. the forn- he left a note in his typewriter reading, newsmen, Waters hasn't slewed up yet. Muggeridge. a former
strength in Larry Fer- s initial tele- editor of the British

er star from Philander guson, the former Iowa "Give 'Brock' hell. They did. But "Brock's" insatiable thirst for news cast with Jack Paar. as magazine Punch had appeared -

Smith College. may see Since their Hampton days much water has and work almost got the best of him. While 'well' as Miss Home's often with Parron
who take
captain, might first 'Jack Paar Program' "Tonight" but his
more .action than ever passed under the bridge for both men. traveling with the Angeles last season he. *
over as team's chief appearance. Sept. 20 date will be
12-fore. Used mainly as In the passing years, Waters worked his suffered a stroke in Detroit and was Winters a favorite his first engagement on

a spot player in his open field running way to the top Defender's staff after hospitalized for nearly six months. guest of Paar on his Paar' s Friday show.

threat,and Ollie Matson.once' going off to war as a news correspondent.He formerTonight" Jose Melts continuesas
first two seasons with 1 never knew I had so many wonderful
one of the most also established a reputation with the 0 series and last seasonon music director of
Green,. Bay, Pitts will friends he said after he salutedby
feared runners in the was the new prime-time the 1963-64 programs.The .
fairer sex, which worked well to his advantage -
probably be used anytime fellow scribes and friends at a testi- program.has been signed series is producedby
league. Matson was acquired in his work."Brock" 10
'tbe' newspaper for appearances Paar with Paul Orr
Packers need monial dinner in Los Angeles last fall.
from Los Angelesin for during 1963-64 on the and Paul w. Keyes and
went into journalism pay
speed in the back field. Brock" had just about willed himself to Friday series., directed by Hal Gurnee.

I I Another offensive possibility a trade. after first building a profitable, personal recovery. The man is in the pink again

is Bob Jeter, ,' SlatedTALLAHASSFE business. He followed the famous admonition and has his nose to the grindstone again. Beale St. Mayor Dies Quietly
"Go West Young Man, and settled 'Brock' borrows Water's phrase when he Memphis--(ANP)-- The man It was Thornton, who died at
the former Iowa star who could claim partial credit his home here last week at the
refers to the people he takes to task in
A in Los Angeles where the Sentinel soon
who has spent two seasons r- regular for the birth of the"Memphis age of 90, who brought W. C.
business meeting of recognized his enormous capacity for hard his "Westcoast Sportlight" column. "I Blues" and the "The St. Louis Handy, the Immortalcoroposer,

in the Canadian the Game and Fresh Water give'em hell he says. Blues",Is dead. here from his native Alabama in

Leugue. Jeter is being' Fish Commission will be work. He Is Matthew Thornton, Sr., 1906 to serve as Instructor and
held in the Casablanca The two ex-Hampton cronies had a lively How much .alike in news outlook can twoHair.ptonians unofficial "Mayor of Beale leader of the Knights Pythias
used as a flanker. He Street" since 1934, and a MemphIs band organized by Thornton.A .
Hotel. Miami Beach beginning reunion at ANP headquarters last week. The get? legend. large crowd Including a
has speed to burn
at 9:00 a.m. the
number of people from
flood the onetime Sou- Friday, September 20, Game RegulationsGet Distillers' Staffers Hold Sales Confab entertainment world, thronged

thern California Quarterback according to A. D. Aldrich ; funeral rites for Thornton last

director. Hew Look week. He had many friends
is a kickoff spe both the and the
is among high
The meeting site "
cialist and might be TALLAHASSEE A New lowly of both races.
located on the Ocean at Look" has been addedto Thornton organized the
used in spot field goal 63rd Street Miami the 4
1963-64 summaries .o. Knights of Pythias and several
Beach. Interested sportsmen of hunting regu- other bands In Memphis. How- I

.and general publicare lations, now being distributed ever In 1906 he decided he
Strvkfs' invited to attendthe by County needed help in teaching his inexperienced I I

Sound Service for Advertising meeting. musicians, so he I
Judges and authorized
wrote to the Alabama A & M i
Danctefo4BaLiit; .,..... sub-agents. f r i, Normal Institute at Normal for a :
Games, etc. Also Loud
Q Hunters should benefit music Instructor. The college

-- Speaker Service for Crown.1 from the efforts to recommended Handy. I j

Banquets Concerts Royal streamline and simplify Thornton therefore brought

Re cord Hops etc. Cote summaries of laws Handy. to Memphis. Launching
/ him musical that
upon a career
El] 3-5902-SOUND SERVICE published by the Game
was to make him wealthy and
and Fresh Water Fish immortal.It .
Commission, accordingto : was then that the late

A.D. Aldrich. director ; Handy, the famed Father of die
SAVE NOW > Blues," began writing his immortal -

music the widen
"In redrafting the y ; songs
; reflected, mostly blues form,
63 MODELCLOSEOUT old-style' summaries, )/Hj' the Joys, sadness and sufferingsof

we have attempted to Negroes.
'r' "
make the rules laws .- Handy and Thornton were

and license structuremore working together when W. C.

easily readablefor t penned the immortalsongc"St.,

SQUTHSIDE FORD the sportsmen and ".,,->-, ,<<,'-, : <" ,., 4 Blues Louis "Blues"originally and the"Memphis"Crump
still retain the .t
neces- ;':";,''".'' I Blues," after the late, power-
sary accuracy of legal "'. :''" ; '" """ <' Jl ful political boss.

5303 Beach Blvd. terms" Aldrich seated. ,,,,,'",,, :,; :,, 1 By special penaiMion,
"We are interested in ., Thornton worked as a delivery
giving our sportsmenthis messenger at the Post Office

improved information .
to make their 1 Romping Bronc'

favorite sport simplerand
MAGNOLIA' GARDEN'S FIRST DRUG STORE?' also reduce unin- ..... AL FRAZIFR. one of Jax' I
tentional violationsof LFTINGTON, K.Y.--National Distillers men relax outstanding representatives -
dent in of state sales. Shown here
charge open
the law brlHfly during the seminars meetings and tours of in play-for-ra !
J Mer Von'sPharmacy Enrolls are: (left to right) Beverly Carter (Chicago), ranks, is expecting to '
GJC the Blue Grass country comprising the 196 4 worldwide have another

Largest Frosh biennial sales conference held here recently. Frank Smith (Los Angeles) Herb Nash (New York) as flanker outstandingyear back

t. Host was Emmet J. Flemming. (center) .vice presi- and Oliver C. Johnson ( Englewood, N.J. ). with theDenv'r Bronct ..
Class In HistoryST.
T17.t The former Fla. AAM star

PETFRSBUKG The Unions MergeIn Airforce Snubbed, Nation's Non nit e Job Picture t has been getting rave

largest freshman classin Research Says notices from the na- J
2735 West Edgewood Avenue the history of six Opens Own School Worsening, tion's press during.tfce
year old Gibbs Junior Chicago CHICAGO (ANP) If the job situation in Chicago Is typicalof teas's current eIIJtion *-
the nation -- and there's no reason to believe it isn't-- i
Beach s.c.ANP)-
Let Us Fill Your Next PrescriptionWe College enrolled this CHICAGO (ANP)A major note The Myrtle newly constructed gram- then It's bad. games series. :
fall. Officials of the for harmony was struck last
Pick Up & Deliver Free week amid the discordant tunes mar school on the Myrtle Beach An Urban League research : ROYAL ART STUDIO
College reported a Air Force Base opened its doors expert, last week painted a .
freshman class of 500. of a heated controversy over on an Integrated basis lastweekas very gloomy picture of the pre- -
Wide Assortment Of Patent Medicines efforts to merge the nation's 515 BAYIS STIEET ;
What swelled the ranks over 600 students showed up sent job situation in Chicagofor

Cosmetics Sundries Confectioner of the freshmen according musicians largest and local wealthiest(No. 10))white and for classes.An Negroes and his projectionof Order How at ReftceJ Price
J' 1 Air Force spokesman said the future offers no hope of
to AdmissionDean the and richest Negro
largest that"it is the policy of the U.S. improvement under present PHOTO CARBSlitivifoals
PLEASE 'Dial PO 5-4485 or PO 5-1582 C.B. Keene was local (No. 208) here when the all phases circumstances. '
the fact that the president of International Fed- Air Force to operate ( Faaffjf Gmfc CMc
of life basis "Negro unemployment = ;
I. D. Harris, Reg. Pharm. eration of Musicians orderedthe on an :
freshmen enrolled from and several Negro students are Chicago In the early 1960'sis 'j
effective BLACK &
to become WHITE CillRSEPIAT8HE
40 different countiesin merger attending) the new on-base basically unchanged: from the!
March 1954.
situation reported in 1950. The
Florida. Out-of- schooL"
The could the
move trigger
The school is under the direction relative position of the poorer
state students came end of 38 other aU-Negro locals
You Don' t Have lo Go to Town to Get the nation. 'ofPrincipalE.H.Cooper Negroes has even declined," Quality Photographs
.from Alabama Georgia throughout
said Harold Baron
Dr. co-
Red Saunders last March 20 of Chadbourne N.C. A faculty
North Carolina. New
led more than 100 membersof of 21 teachers are staffing the director of research.He .
LOW PRICES York. Washington. D.C. Local 208, headed by Harry eight grades at the schooL The said that if"discouraged I CHUaCKES-WEBBIHGS-SBCIALS

Pennsylvania and Detroit Gray, on a march on the downtown school serves dependent child- workerSare included In tabulations Dial EL 41H4.IS
aichigan. office of Local W. whose ren of Air Force personnel living of the jobless, unem-

On Your Keene said the students president Is Barney Richards. in the Woodland Park hous- ployment among non-white _
males In 1960 and .
came from the following They were accepted Into the ingarca, an integrated,on-base at present -

DRUG STORE NEEDSTrade 'Florida counties: Fs- Local, and the move touched homing development. may be. over 16 percent In .: S E$M&PW: 'APP.EH Q.TO,ttMON AND 11M c "
off a bftter fued between the Except for first-graders and Chicago.Dr. .- .
With. Your Neighborhood cambia Walton Jackson presidents of the two locals. new arrivals in the area, most Baron said that prospects
Drug Store Gadsden Madison. of the students have transferredfrom for Improvement are "dim"and
,. Kenin in Issuing the merger
ADV. IN YOUR LOCAL PAPERS. warned"unemployment
Franklin, Columbia. order, emphatically stated his two community schools, .
We Del ,ere Also Pill All Doctors' In Chicago will reach
Prescriptions Bradford. Alachaa Clay. support for it. but It remains Socastee Elementary School and
catastrophic proportions by
to see if the move will be Lakewood Elementary SchooL
Putnam. Nassau. Duval carried out., Just ordering the The transfers have necessitated 1970 unless some basic changes ,,
Dixie Pharmacy St. Johns. Marion. Citrus merger isn't enough Saunders, combining the elementary are Instituted In economic ''TeemTEEMs"

Lake. He man do. head of the Chicago Musicians grades of both these schools at policy.
"The future locks bleak inn
Sumter, OrangeOsceola, for Harmonious Integration Lakewood School with Socastee<<
1312 Kitf Riri at Myrte Aunt Brevard. Pasco. Pinel- stated last week. serving as a Junior High SchooL deed. Metropolitan Chicago,,
the suffers
like nation becauseof
.'. las. Hil1sborouch,Polk, "Such a thing Just won't hap- Horry County: Superintendent of the slow increase of jo s.JOHNNIE'S ,
Yves EL 5-55S7-H Indian River Highlands pen," he added"Somebody has Education T. W. Anderson said,
got to bring Local 208 and however that the decline In student [ J HOTEL-
--- Sarasota.
St. Lacie
Local 10 together. Ifs quite enrollment at the county.schools

PAY YHHt. LIi1T WATER All TELEPHKE. Manatee, Desota Pals obvious that the two locals has not worked any FREE TV IN EVERY ROOM .. .
Beach. Collier Bro- aren't going to merge on their hardship on either school or 741!* W. Ashley-Jax.Fit. '
ILLS AT m STill caused drastic f fEM ( r'J:: ; i -'t', nu: !t!. tH ::
ward Dade, Monroe own. The parent body must any change In For Reservations Call k: ;;.;IJ. "N'Ny-jU
t&keactlaa." teacher structure. ,
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' : DirectionWhen Attorney's Home Bombed Second Time THE WEEK IN RECORDS

'I CHICAGO---(AliP)--A new and interesting LP by
we compare this vast universe with all its I
ace trumpetist Miles Davis, featuring a amber of
various segments and categories with that part
topflight modern Jazz Interpretations of old and
which we see when we look out our window, it is ,
Ii nev tunes, head the Jazz fare this week. Judging
easy to realize that very little can be seen from I
I ti = I strictly from the musical content, I'd say the
our window; yet many of us Insist on living as
t album is another potential best seller for Miles,
t 'i $ :
though there are no important factors in living inthe t $
r, and the Columbia Record Companywhich released it,
; world beyond that which we observe from our
..* Here are the details rf week's review:
'window Many of us have a way of training oureyes '
'SEVEN STEPS TO HEAVEN :Columbia Ip (2051). :
to see..only those things and places and eye n
persons Personnel: Davis, trumpet: George Cbleaaa, tenor
whichjcan be'.Tlewed from ournndow' .
-- I Iy saxophone; Vic Pleldman or Herbie Haacock, piano
r ;
Even the use of, modern communication, : radio, newspaper -

!; television- *' etc., is of no avial to thoseof I Ron Carter bass; Frank Butler or Anthony Williams -

drums. Tunes: Basin Street Blues ; 'Seven
us who haw trained our eyes and ears to see and
Steps to Heaven' ; 'I Fall in Love Too Easily; So
bear only those 'voices' and contents which we
11' Near So Par ; 'Baby, Worf t You Please Come Hose?
have viewed from out 'window' .
Sameness has become a diet to many of us. I ","
-**.. To say that M.D. is a outstanding born man is to
heard a one arm prisoner sing once, 'I ben down so
tC be guilty of the understatement of the year. The
long till down don't worry me. After we have
man who puts as much skillful twist into his play-

done one thing for so long, certainly it is not a
ing as the question mark pose he assumes
worry to continue to do it. But I think that it isa C
physically at the microphone is a Jazz genius
convenient time to become worried when we have
whose playing is quite unlike that of any other
learned to something so well until it ceases to
trumpetists, past and present..Those who have
worry us. It is time to move further. It is time
xe swooned to his 'Bye, Bye Blackbird rendition,
to try something else. It is time to use your past

should get nearly as big a thrill out of his
experiences in a greater task. I remember well i
S y ... .!. 'Joshua' interpretations really prove M.D.s
when I learned to count to ten and say my 'ABC? s' -
INTIMIDATION---Arthur Shores, rigfit, veteran NAACP chief counsel for Negro children seeking school amazing facilities for fashioning new masterpieces
but I did not remain there because it did not
Legal Defense Fund attorney, describes bomb
damintegration in Huntsville, Birmingham Mobile and
from old tunes..This album resulted from two
worry me to say them or count to ten. I used the age to his Birmingham, Ala. home to Constance Macon County. Legal Defense Fund attorneys are

'ABC s' to make words and the ten to Bake hundredsand Baker Motley, left. Mr. Shores' home has been waging a running legal fight with Alabama GOT. sessions held this spring in Los Angeles and New

so on. bombed twice during recent weeks. Mrs. Motley, George C. Wallace. York City, although the transition is smooth

associate counsel of the Legal Defense Fund, is (Hill Photo) enough to give the impression of a singl continuous -
Some year ago a man in my home community in a

remote section moved to a large city. He had hearda Negro Heads Montgomery Ward session.
Of' Throughout the entire recording, M.D.'s classic
Final Year For VetsBegins
radio betbre and had even owned a model T Ford. Prep SchoolS Opens New Store Schooling
low-register phrasings and inflections are oat-
His world was a 'big one. It was all but 'com JACKSONVILLE The If
S I dent Council standing. He plays with'both: warmth and soulful-
plete'. Although he had heard a radio before, he full-line Montgomery This Month VA StatesThe I
SPOKANE Wash. Jane Ward retail department ness. Always imaginative, his improvisation and
did not believe that they were real. To him, it E. Elliott athlete and
store located in the interpretation are the highpoints of this .
last full year of schooling for Florida vet-
only represented 'city slickers' who beat honest Junior Red Cross worker, Normandy Shopping Center
has been elected presi- 5121 erans taking education courses under He also gets tremendous backing from his sideman,
Normandy Blvd. is
people out of their money. His children enrolledin
dent by the student body scheduled to open Oct. the Korean Gi Bill begins this September, the Veterans especially Feldman and< Williams.

school and some Joined the chorus and, later of Gonzaga Prep School. 30, Keith A. Brooks, Administration said.

their chorus was scheduled, to broadcast. They' invited Jim is a Negro who not metropolitan district When this school year

only is accepted by general manager, announced -
their father to listen to them. He gave fellow-students but has today. ends, only a half year

them his point of view and forgot the broadcast. been recognized by them Brooks appointed GeraldL. of schooling will stillbe

It so happened that he was near a radio when they for qualities of leader- Hall manager of the obtainable under the
ship. He is pleasantlyand new store. .

broadcasted and heard his daughter's.. ,. voice leading ", gently persuasive.He The new JacksonvilleWard program. Courses start- SUPER MARKETSQUANTITY

a solo part. His response was, 'This must be real busies himself in store will ''be a ing in September, 1964,

many areas--football, one-level building with
after all/ mist come to a close on RIGHTS RESERVED
basketball track Junior approximately 113.000 sq
Those' of us who live on different social, eco- Red Cross and Catholic ft. of floor space, including January 31, 1965. THESE PRICES GOOD THRU SUNDAY AT EDGEWOOD AND AVE. B

nomic, cultural or any other level must be able to spiritual activity. an outdoor and Congress has set this
f During the summer he seasonal sales anda
see and communicate on other levels in this small: area cut-off date for the : :i PUBLIC NOTICEDaylight
"* served ,as junior counse- 14-car automobile service -
world lor and edited the year- center. Korean readjustment pro-
New Given Jaxons J5* and Grocery Co. AGAIN Invites the 20 Em-
Duty book of summer camp ac- Approximately 200 employees gram of education

LACKLAND AFB. Tex. tivities. At Boys Stateat will staff the f ployees that claim to have been fired, to RETURNTO
to Homestead AFB Pla. -training for veterans
Tacoma he was elected new store. Paved parkingfor THEIR JOBS.
Two Jacksonville. Fla., .
for training and duty as ,
men have received traina warehousing specia- mayor of his city. Between more than 800 cars without serviceconnected Daylight Grocery Co. states that these employees

ing and duty assignments list. Airman Ferguson j sin school and summer will be provided. disabilities. The law WERE NOT FIRED, and to show Daylight's good
projects, he worked in
Hall the new store
United States Air a 1963 graduate of-Mat Seattle.Jim joined Mont- gives no authority to faith, the company publicly promises that each .of
Force following Job completion specialties of school thew W. Gilbert High follows closely the gomery Ward in 1943. the VA to extend these these employees may return to their jobs without

civil rights demonstrations Prior to his prejudice or ill feeling.
their basic military Airman Hugh Randall Jr. new appointment benefits beyond these
training here. ; he said he h'e was the THREE OF THESE 20 PEOPLE have returned to
son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh dates, B.J. fiannon, Officer -
thought the march on District
Airman Tourgee A. Fer- Randall of 2023 Woodside Washington ""marvelous Florid Merchandise their jobs and are permanent employees.The .

guson Jr... son of Mrs. Ave. will attend the but there was too much and Sales He Pro- in. Charge, VA Office Company WILL WELCOME THE RETURN

Dorothy L. Davis of 611 technical: training talking and not enough motion Manager. has OF THE REMAINING
served the in Jacksonville,
company ex
Washington St. will
go course.INDEPENDENT demonstrating. The cli-
three prior stores JOBS.
max came when the intethe !

OIL I CO. gra ti on p s o p le met with manager* plained.

MECHANIC KEROSENE HOME ON DELIVERY DUTY about the President.Mr.Chinese Wilkins'And Communists replyto what An Open Letter From The Employees Of DaylightTO

Ike Joseph ------------------- Proprietor 1

State and Jefferson Streets El 6-9432 ? Fasn't that some-

He anticipates a busy Be the employees of'Daylight
year, hoping to irrrnve Grocery COMpany sincerely believe that the company treats us fairly with good
wages, working condition s and opportunity for advancement.. We wish tO On record
his B-minus average but interference go as bitterly protecting tne
Comparell! by outsiders in our behalf.
with a sense of humor

and a balanced set of .At least 90% of the employees of Daylight Grocery Company are Negro employees. If the undersigned' employees
Last Chancel!!
values and looks are to enjoy the benefits
forward of their
Many : employment, they must have the support of the Negro People of Jack
to the medical profession sonville. If the People Do Not In n YTi M: I
Brand New 1963 Chevrolet shop Stores- There will Be_No Benefits And N4) Jobs Por The :

: M gnLEmIQ gees_Q.LDa.vli ht GrocerY Comnanz. ,
"I thought of West i

CLEARANCE SALE point, but my grade The confusion around our Daylight Grocery Stores has been due to a very few ,people. The company has mibliclv

point isn't high enough. stated that they may return to their jobs without prejudice. So far they have refused.

at What I really want Is to \fe believe the
? Daylight Grocery Company is Good for
the Negro People and we believe the
be People
a doctor. for the are Good ;
Grocery Con p an y. We urge you to help our "*. PLEASE COME AND SHOP

Dizzy Refused Respectfully submitted and signed by the following personnel of DAYLIGHT GROCERY COMPANY I

111 BEACH BLVD., la. leach Later Gets Service i
Theas D. Johnson Gerald
Calloway Marvin T. Black Ruth M. Simmons Mrs. Hannah Bryant I

CHICAGO (ANP) Wanda OuztsG. Eddie Kinsey Charles Small George Davis J. C. Blooot

Jazz trumpetist Dizzy L. Smiley! Richard Madison Cecil R. James Clarence StamperW.D. Mrs. Jewell jfeyg I

Gillespie used a civil James Reliford Clifford Smith Otis Wright Wright Lonnie Griffin I
Over 100 Others to Cheese trill rights technique of his Anson Geo. MitchellMrs. Israel Kight Mrs. Lillian Wilson
H. L. Nash Mrs. Theloa Bel via !
own that enabled him to Birthel Eagle Barbara Ann Rodds Mrs. Geraldine Hilton :
'James F. Harris Miss Lillie Mae Johnson
get a haircut from a Major Brooks Vernellin Hart WilsonS. Philip Museotello
R. S. EVANS Roland Wilson Louis D. Bennett
downtown "white" bar- Joseph Kirkland T. Pyke Jr. Pel' r W. Stanley
Nathaniel S. Lewis Deacon Isaac Carnes
ber shop that had refused Lonie Will Haggs Dollie Andrews Annu (ae Gray
3RD & lAIN"JacksitYiJe's him service here. Lillie Mae Smith Henry Squire Jackson III
-.. Claude Sharpe Sr. Hosea Small R.E. J eister
Rayford McKinnonMrs. Otis J. Davis
Most RecMiMtel Inter After arriving in Frank E. Wright Willie T. Elliott Joseph Hillis
Chicago to fill a playing Harold Jackson Clarence Yates Sylvester White Viretta RobinsonMrs. Willis Kirkland

: EL, 4.8381 EL 48382 date at the London Andrew Gilley'Nathaniel Mary: Ellen Davis Edward Duncan Mildred Perry Hosier Lee Curry

House Theatrerestaurant Brooks III Russell COllin Torrence Davis Miss Frances Sanders Anie Sloan

Let Your OLD CAR Gillespie walked Sandy Todd Mary Alice Hargrave Hollis R. Craddock Earl; B. Granger George Harper

Make the 62 Monzo$1695 into the C&C Barber Johnny Peterson Clarence Berman Elijah Holmes Enoch Brooks Joe Vickers

Down Payment- shop in the "Loop" Henry Pate Sr. Jesse MartinJohnny Bernice Milliner Robert L. Francis Calvin Jackson

61 T-BffiD. 6 ont.aowavuu $3595 for a haircut. He sat Frank Dodds Smith Sarah Howard Charles Brown O'Neil Stripling

Acroar tat comma* zv. for five hours, but the Jesse Sharpe Marvin B. Alton Laura Gee Mrs. Eleanor Hobbs Lonnie Will Hews

$2695 63 Olds. $3395 barbers ignored him James McCall Homer Brannon:; Frank Collins George Harper Mrs. Henrietta Wincate

fmKTWr- completely Luther Bryant Paul Courson Shirley Bennett Bernie Erwin Mrs. Verga Young;
Gillespie walked out J. W. CoxA. Mrs. Jessie Glass
Eleanor Hillis
Willie James Williams Ava Hebard .
62 Buick $2695 61 Pont $1995 and promptly announced Jesse S. Chase Walter L. Duke. .' Violet McLerd L. McGregor Jessie Hendrick ,
p OCT. COIfnaT. BOMKTOLX myTlrPTT'g. that he woaldc
get a William Holmes Essie Gardner Jack W. May III Bertha L. Kelly Samel Carswell \,

59IMPA1A 61 Chev S1995 haircut until a Loop Roscoe C. Wilson Juanita 0. Sharpe Winifred Jeansonne Bertis M. Lee Rosa Lee Lawrence
SPOILT COUPE.'_ ', m ** fr-"'_6h+ shop accommodates him. Forrest Siith j
iyfc Randolph Hicks Pearly Taylo'rMoses Inga Baroch 1 Leroy Kolston I

5-1295 '60 Olds $1795 However, after, the the followingweek Mayor's James Parker Daniel V. J. Dixon Odessa Brown J. L. Hill :

IZOErr-soar JTTOP. Commission on Human Relations Clarence E. Lang Clarence Young Beatrice RayG. Willie L. Collins Sr. Mary L. Byrd

6iS&S 62 Chev. $2195 -had contactedthe Tom MortsTheodore Eleanor Tribune H. Guest Marion Edward Willis Si r.Bula Taylor

Jones Christine Brewster Bill Ouzts Wilson Ellis Robert Tremble
.to vILnIga owner of the barbershop
m. P art Diz' returned and Adolphus Bettis Jr. Robert D. Carson Charles Parker Charles Kuntz Ross J. Jones

orcoKr..vrevr 52195 60 Volks. $1095 tot his baircut--- Walter Andrews Rossie Wells Richard Bell Marion Lee Jackson Mendina Z. Hopkins '

promptly. George McDougall Curtis Alexander QueenIe Robinson

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, ". --cI.I"I '.--:- -- s JOINING HANDS together in providing wholesome receation Boney, assisted by Mr. Crompton presents certificates of merit

during this summer at J.I.E. Scott playground were parents, from County Commission Lem Kern of District 3,to the champs.

patrons, civic and business leaders who assisted the Duval Center's parents, patrons and supporters shown from left are:

I F Recreation Department's launching of additional play areas in Mrs. Celestine Stukes, volunteer assistant director Charles

3 growing sections of the community. In top photo left, John M. Byrd; Mrs. Viola Hagans, Mr. Crompton Henry Roberts, Mrs.

Pappas, Local businessman-d-nor.turns over handsome leg Altamese Roberts and James Jenkins. Bottom photo: Scanning

r trophy to volunteer Center director Thomas Crompton Jr. who Center's daily program from left are: Charles Byrd, Isadore

r f h< in turn presented it to the Panthers, 1963 champions of the Singleton, John M. Pappas.Mr. Boney, Alyson Wise and Thomas

\'- Floradale-Magnolia Midget Softball League, while Tommy Boney Crompton.
rIi Duval County Recreation director looks on. In center pix Mr. (C.J. Simon's Royal Art Photos'

Ii i :ir 13 Negroes' Tapped All Americans Billy I Beal ;Joins I

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I f --w' ,",,,,..,.'. ;".';.,:;",,,)' RADNOR Pa. Twelve and Bob from Cleveland Marv Woodson, Indiana Bobby Bell, his fellow IWO 111111

r : Negro players from as Ohio. halfback from Hatties- tackle, who was namedto School Divisions
: many colleges were The coaches associa- Miss. whose versatility the coaches All-

among 59 gridiron stars tion,. which has a membership as a runner,blocker, America team. Wellknown organist and
nanBd 1963 All-America ; of more than tackler, punter and Junior Coffey,Washington pianist, Billy E. Beal
I" I favorites today by the 500 will pick the 74th placement kicker won fullback from Dim- will conduct music
classes organ
American Football' annual All-America team him an All-Big 10 slot mitt, Tex., who scored
: : 1 piano at New stantonand
Association. fb'r
a viewing 1963 last season. eight touchdowns and

The gilt-edge rosterwas Eastman Kodak slow- Mel Renfro, speedy averaged 5.9 yards per I Douglas evening Anderson'sadult divisions,

announced in the motion game films. The Oregon halfback from carry in 1962. Junior, it announced this
current Issue (Sept. 21) final choices will be Portland, Ore. whose a junior, was nominated week.was

r of TV Guide magazine by announced exclusivelyin 78 points last year although he suffered a 1 Person wishing further
woody Hayes association the Nov. 30 issue of ranked ninth in the
|t i Colltft Moms Stir's Dtith Jo* lOlls Hits president and head TV Guide. nation. fractured drill.leg in a preseason information contact are Dr.requestedto Andrew

I coach at Ohio State The other 10 playersare Paul Warfield, giftedand
__ Wally Florence.
rI GRAMBLING LA. Coaches said he per- Show CirelliFor The nominees includedtwo Pur 1 1due's Robinson, principal of
: durable Ohio State
gritty guard from
(SPECIALThe formed like an affronted I New Stanton Senior High
Brownswillo'thewisp Roy Jefferson, Utah halfback from Warren,
Grambling;; College campus rhino in exhi- Fast Orange N.J., who SChool's adult division.
i' 2nd Tint Willie, a halfback end from ComptonCalif. Ohio, who averaged 6.4 was voted the Boilermakers' -
tunned last "
was bition with the
who led National who snared 17 aerialsfor
yards and
per carry .
week over the untimely Kansas City Chiefs LAS VEGAS Nev. -- outstanding tit",
champion Southern Cali- 336 yards and three caught eight passes for lineman of the : "
death of Stone Fdward (ANP) Former heavy- ) year ;,,',
fornia in rushing last touchdowns: in 1962. "'"
"He was always in a 189 yards and two last season. "
Johnson, x-Tiger foot weight boxing championJoe
ball and track star hurry, track coach Tom Louis launched his season with 555 yards, Gala Sayers, Kansas touchdowns last season. Tom Vaughn, bone- a
Pilliams recalls. "His and Bob. a granite-hard halfback fr om Om ah am. Carl Filer giant crushing Iowa State
The first reaction was second career as a
death is a deep per- guard who figures pro- Neb., who ranked thirdin Minnesota tackle from fullback from Troy,Ohio
of disbelief.Coaches
one song-and-dance nan
sonal loss to me." minently in Nebraska'sbid the nation in rushing Winston-Salem N. C. who blasted opposition
were speechless, and here last
11 Coach Eddie Robinson for the Big 8 title last season with whose 1962 brilliancewas lines at a clip c qf
the spirit of former at a Las
said Stone was this year. Willie hails 1,125 yards as a sopho overshadowed onlyby nearly six yards per
teammates sagged" ,"visib-- Vegas night club. from Long BeachT alif. in 1962.Beatin' .
more. the peerless play of carry _
thoroughly at hdme In: -
ly. : t. Louis, 49: skipped overa -, ':
I Johnson 23, died, in a, track or football luminous rope while -! ,
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Witchita, Kan. Sept. 8 uniform. Professional wearing luminous boxing The Gun :,,: '- ':'
from injuries suffered football would have shoes to the tune of ::, <

:x' in an exhibition game been an avocation anda live music. Lovely show By Bill Bower WANT TO MEET
vocation for him.
between Kansas City and girls danced beside him
Houston 'H i s death is a as he skipped. LEROY COLEMAN ?

He was labled one of tragedy for the entire Some years ago, Louis CHICAGO--(ANP)--Tin Frown is a night club singer.He flitted 92 yards against the Washington Redskinswith
the bright new stars in Grambling College embarked on a similar Well you can if you dialFL
also is a halfback on the Philadelphia Eagles. a kickoff and 99 yards against the St. Louis
family., 4-1611 and ask for Cab
the American Football stage career, but the
League. venture was short- While he Is welk known about the Philadelphia night Cardinals with a missed field goal. 123 Day." LeRoy's only been

,rr 1 i ved. club circuit for his vocal artistry, Brown has BrOwn played college football at Ball State, driving his New Deal cab
One Jovial criticism, for a month now and ham't
came from 'Slapsie firmly established himself as one of the most ex- Hunde Ind., and is the only player from his alma really had the pleasure of

.r Maxie" Rosenbloom, citing runners in the National Football League. mater ever to make! the big ]eague in pro football.He meeting many of you. He'd
N'wl like to make acquaintance -
o former light heavy- Two years ago, Brown was a spot perforaer for the has a tw-word explanation for his speed on your
weight boxing champion, and hopes that yotf11
Eagles ntrnlng back kickoffs, returning punts and the gridiron.
who was a ringsider for ask for him next time you
.' W'j Joe club performancelast occasionally getting into u 'play front scrimmage. ,1 pNanic. He adds: need a cab.

: week. Asked Maxie: But Just season, Ted Dean, who had starred the two 'Honest, I panic when I hear footsteps, fearing. Mr. Cole&en makes his hone
r' "How Joe at 1426 Illinois Street and
can sing on
previous for the Eagles, was Injured in the
years .
Key He doesn't even I might be caught from behind. Fear seems to give is a member of the Baptist
... first game of the season., He p1ayednomore in 1962.
a talk on key. the extra urge." faith. He says his nick-
,' Louis replied that'his His ill luck proved to be Pean' good fortune.Tim Brown thought he had fumbled himself out of the none is 'The Poller" but
night club stint "pays took over and ripped of 2,306 yards in rushes, NFL. He was picked as the 20th draft choice of didn't say; why Basketball
LEARN A TRADE well and it's a job." is LeP 1's favorite sport
the Packersin
And the Green Bay Packers and played for
and there t
Joe is scheduled to kick returns pass receptions. wasn
and he's an old hand at the
tour the night club 199. He fuuMed a couple of punts and Acquiredthe
In Six Short Months That a dull yard among them. sport himself. He also enjoys -

circuit tag of "bad hands." Coach Vince Lombard ProFootball.Cab .
NOT tie Eagles are cooking up more devilment for
Will Be BENEFICIALFor 123 Day is the member
Dodftrs' DivisWtils cast him afrift. The Eagles signed him as a free
at the throttle. He
the opposition, with Brown I and LeRoy Coleman is the
a LIFETIMEJACKSONVILLE agent in 1960. There was never a better bargain.
i will be on the business end of run-pass option. name. Remember them next
Brown was awarded the Harry Merrill award as the time you dial tt. 4-1611.
I This will make him more dangerous and tte opposi-
outstanding Eagle of 1962 by the PhiladelphiaSports .. .
tion more wary. t t f t. witch *wr kH ..
IARIER COLLEGE INC. Dodgers star, Willie Writers' Football Club. Coach Nick Skorich .h.w Sv.4fy iwrfof* .t 9tMCh
There' is no doubt that Brown has the speed to .. **..l 4, fcttvruig ICC.
1 630 DAVIS ST. at Beaver Davis, 23 last week was said he earned the distinction Ij hard work and K w Kt.
throw fear in the heart of any: secondary. Once he
100% Air CoBditioaed married in Los Angeles desire. The conch thinks Brown has no.t,ere nearly NEW DEAL
has maneuvering room, he s the devil to catch. This
J JACKSONVILLE I( FL8RIBAGetter Superior Court to dancer was proved by a 105-yard touchdown return of a filled bis potential. That' why other NFL teams CAB COMPANY

Jeanna Limyou 25. Superior kickoff against the Cleveland Browns two years are likely to find him in their hair often this I us KMEs ... D<.i L.4-1'"

Judge Charles A. ago. It won for the Eagles, 27 to 20. Timmy season.
1ooi! I I11iI"
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I I. ceremony.! LEO'S ,SHOE REPAIR 4t

: Mvrfle AY*, and Adams Phone EL 4-1468 The couple met a year Shoe Repairing

ago at a party. Davis i

STANDARD OYSTERS Vi Pt. 60c Pt. $1.15 plans to spend his honvoon -

SELECT OYSTERS . .:. Pint $1.30 at the World seriesin Is Our Only Basinsss

KING MACKEREL STEAKS . .Lt,>. 49c New York, according ': 845 Florida AveiseWMTUsCbwi ',.
Shell lah & Bond DeptMM : to a statement to the sooCstOILtSI

c... ..... 11.0..ft*.$1.00 COCKTAIL LUMP .....U.. $1.1J press. This is the first I .

CCAW CRAB MIAT U. f 1.10 CONCH MIAT ........Ik .4.. carriage for the star .
WMM .... 0fc ....* U. f UI
HAKAUOrt- MAIN LONER rtezm t*. centerfielder and the 3& 11 96

LOCTfR.... fr..TAIU 0..u .*. KING CIAI rt's u.M"l second for Miss Ll&you. 121-12-48 -

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A..M Lar. Thornton Chalices 3 r

L A change: fci eon far the|add MANGROVES ARE BACK! SAN FRANCISCO (ANP) o 7 I
Battling for a crask_ at 9 ,
4 """ y. II
HADDIE I LB. 691 SNAPPERS u.4h the light heavyweighttitle \ ,- '
LACK held by Willie 64 85 29

'r SHEEPNGSEu.3fcYRIOWTAIL DRUM u. Pastrono challenger of Wayne New Orleans.Thorn- 533 80 482 I

STfCIAL MULLET N*20. ROW ft..... ton last Saturday night Sometimes he's up I!
SNAPPER U.M* M*ft. R i
Sometimes.he's down
t M9fMMii T 5 ,1 1LAftfit scored an impressive : n
PUWWATfft He adds, subtracts !i
unanimous 10-round decision -
II TFIIM 4h Jose Venno He works it all around j ovt l
as u. I MILLET TNI MOU9AY U.2ICPM 'after twice over flooring the C CHIN0. ATTEACUCXR Beef at i iIt its Best

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I. CHIPS OFF THE BLOCKS ItJlyBTJU" torksM WtsvDecorfttd Mother Midway AME Church New MuwiN HMM

Baptismal rites will be son, general chairman Easier To OpuCoffeCaONSak

Ah chile but there was some good down home sounds trying Hampton for the first time. Emerson and administered Sunday at Mrs. Josephine Thomas;

with a modern beat at the Edgevood Lounge the Wendell have big shoes to fill. Both boys dads For DDiyRaymond 11 a. .. Rev. J..!. co-chairman are heading

night. The popular 'J-Notes' locked instrumentswith were big Men about the campus at Hampton seyears Jones, pastorannounced. the committees.'

members of Victor Reid's 'Royal Panamanians'. ago. Wendell, Senior blew a hot trumpet in the Rev Jones will baptize Joseph Cony era, chair- In answer to popular

The 'Royal'group consists of three boys from Jazz band. Young Wendell also toots a mean horn. little Angle Louise Hen man and Mrs.Louise King demand by homemakers,

Kingston-town In Jamaica and three sons of Panamawe Betty RichardsonDonna Alexander and other'qpet- derson to the Lord. co-chairman are super- Maxwell House Coffee, a

( don' t mean West Florida). The visitors pro- classmen will leave around the middle of the month. Choir 3 and Usher Board visors of the second annual Division of General

vide music aboard the luxury cruise ship Arzieta Orchids to toungineu: Parsons of the Driver Ed a 2 wig serve during major Ed Robinson Day Rods, has BOW come oat ,

which plies the waters between Miami and the Department of the public schools. He did such a services. comi ttees. with a brand new ,.....-
v.Jones is
Islands. She is here for repairs. The sounds splendid job then he was assigned to the main of- The program fellows: packed 'FlavorTight'can
that choirs ushers and
emanating from the bandstand almost caused a fice of the Driver's Ed department that the director -. Opening selection, that opens with any
the congregation accompany -
home can opener I No more )
riot. There were some Lounge regulars asleep in was prompted to assign several other Negro choirs and congregation;

their favorite corner. The lilting sounds of San instructors to the main cffice staff. him for after- invocation and scrip- struggling with a ley and

Francisco and other Eugene White standards had morning service at .winding strip that say
Waved goodbye to Millie Tucker the former reg- tures Rev. J.W. Jones,
Jerusalem Baptist Churchat
lulled them to tore bye' and lo they were awakenedto go haywire. After the
istrar at Edward Waters. Millie accepted a post pastorSelection, choirs
12:30 noon to conduct
the strange sound of good music. can is opened you just
at Bennet CoN ege. Former college prof Jimmy welcome address; response -
service for Mrs. Lillian -
Margery Sanders of the Lounge staff is on wheels. throw away the metal top
Graves is home again. He is trying to teach el ; solos. Leroy Holmes -
Borkson Manning.
New faces are in some spots. Mary Wynn is at the and re-seal it with a
hombres in the public schools 'Espanola' We wish ..Vivid Memories ANNUAL DATEd S.C. Hart. R.L.
Tropicanna along with Ann Jones. new "Flavor-Tight plastic -
him luck in his venture. He needs it because theycan't Raymond Borkson.manager Robinson Day will be Rudolph; reading; Al.
several of the insurance companies top that maps on to
We hear that
of Ray Jewelers on Main
is the mother
speak English. Maybe Spanish celebrated at and phonso Burney;selection,
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downtown are hiring Negro office help. Wonder vfaen St. will have lifelong p.m. protect the oo-ffed s
tongue for some of those persons who can't learnto choirs; remarks chair-
memories of that historic all choirs and ushers
will the city fathers relent and let some of the freshness.
talk. day which took are requested to serve man and co-chairman;

colored tax-payers' offspring 'featherbedaround f Jacksonville rated place June 6, 1944 the Prayer Band
Freddie Hill, crmer boy, during the program. remarks and benediction.
Hall. The wall surrounding city and day- that allied might
City some nice reviews in Ttownbeat the music mag. He turned its awesome power Evening service at 6 Rev. Jones.Wilkins. Programs Event'
doesn' have dent in it.
Jobs a
county made some sides with sane of the. big names In the in the direction of the p.m. will be: short but
Dunn's Praying Band No.
kittle Fox' es shoe shine stand on enemy on France'sbe
business. timely the pastor 2 ,are sponsoring a fish
carries of the finest cigars you can aches.
Myrtle some
For TV Show fry Saturday. Sept. 28
When the folk went to Washington only Abner Borkson, a radio opera- stated.A .
find. Name your cigar and Polite will come up with at 5 p.m. at the hose of
Stripling sat down with his senator and had a chat tor with headquarters, fifth Sunday 6:30 NEW YORK--NAACP Ezecutiv
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Walker,
Also back the set is Japhus Baker. Stillon
one. on 4th Infantry Division,
Senator Holland made mention of Stripling visitto p.m. program with many Secretary Roy Wilkins is 1316 w. State Street.
the business kick Solomon Weston is moving dispatched the first
There will be an ample
scheduled for
his regular newsletter. Wonder ho wmany Negro message that the land- outstanding persons appearanceon
into a new spot soon. Watch for the opening of his supply of refreshments.
residents of his district did Congressnan Charlie Ings were a success upon featured will kickoff the ABC network tele- On Oct. 13, the band
Union and Broad Gulf Station. order of Brig. General
Bennett pull when he made his survey on civil events leading to annual vision program, "Youth will sponsor a Spiritual
Much of the rumbling like thunder you hear comes Theodore Roosevelt, son Pineapple Sip at Mt.
rights etc? He had announced his conclusions of former president of Women' s Day. Wants To Know' Sunday,
from members of the Dival County Teacher dropping Herman Club house located -
almost before we heard about the poll. the United States. Mrs. Mettle Mae AnderMrs. Sept. 29. at Seventh and
their 'package: plan.' Increase in dues was given
And Veteran EmployesRHCENTLT Johnson Streets.
A Promotion
by many as their reason for 'wanting out' while
New officers of the
others spoke of the lack of a direct action pro u organization are:

Mrs. Myrtis B. flbootes,
president; Wilbur Jones,
Essie McCray sent daughter Jolita off to Spell man vice president; Mrs

seeking knowledge. Emerson Bryan. Jr.. Wendell Daisy Walker, recording
secretary; Mrs. L. Up son
Holmes Jr. and Pat Tillman are among those en-
U financial secretary;
di Mrs. Amanda Blue, trea-

surer; Mrs. Jane Jackson

sick committee chairman,
and Mrs. Evelane Dunn

Chancel! spiritual advisor.

Brand New 1963 Chevrolet r ROOM fIR RENT

o hs3"fr Furnished rooms for rest
on bus 11nea-Ph. -35&8301
at .f 4

5 Acute, Asthma

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Baruch, personnel director. In photoCompany' Wow Ids' : l .biw.n
from Mrs. Inga .
:: PRO IX)TED to. the personnel staff In Day light.Grocery assignment 1:....p6q nlteYed.c .,.n.'Jfwt......
711! BEACH BLVD., Jax. Beach left are veteran warehouse employes. From left are: Major a p t.r..wd..f Ne.Nnd..hatr.l.e..r inae.No
main oB.:
officeMiss Jessie Glass
8 M. seatedwhormerly Y r to L..tfw. $ w
... ..staJee ..*.III
Brooks Joseph Kirkland and Hotter Lee Clark df.4E.I iUd'.crn.a
worked in the chain's meat department, is shown receiving CUMVtu r CMBpovad.
( Royal Art Studio Photos)

Essie M. Thoma: Newspaper Help Wanted

r"T3DDDQDEDir- rfsjcr? Now at Haverty'sTHE In Sept. 23 Recital Man or Woman Long Time Resident I

Outstanding gospel groups For lei Area Experi.cnl or Kits

fend individuals will sup-

'; SALES TEAM port Mrs. Essie Mae Thomas News Men

\ ., '. during her recital Photographer Librarian Proof Reader !

\\L,... < :t..::. slated for Monday night, Young Man Drim's LicMCi.

WITHd < ; Sept. 23 at 8 d clock, in
if faRtvtnna :' : : > Florida Star
Emory Memorial AME
ilaiugtr car_ 111uww ,r J.j. '\ :- Apply 13th & Mcncrief Mwday 3: p.ffl.Motley ..
ApU.Me ,
Church, Clay and OrangeSts.

+ : EXPERIENCE I ,. .. 5 "' Rev. T.S. Johnson, 1 lacksHYle

:Q host pastor.
.}...o((;.. '. Enterprises

Qualities--he must' beconrteous for Rent: Couple Edgewood Super Market
To best serve his easterners, a good salesman needs many Lg. Room
suet be experience only. all conveniences;
follow-up he
he must be Interested in service and nice neighborhood. ANNIVERSARY SALE

and have a complete knowledgeof his merchandise. r H 57275LIVE 2913 EDSEWOOW AYE. :

Prices Good Fri Sat. & Son.
HALL Wtndall Gift MM! HMmcvr.e customer--and they are vastly GUARANTEED N.Y. LIVE-IN Sept. 20, 21, & 22 _
........ Their courtesy a I interest is apparent to every -
The Only u T* The Tom PAID $35-155 wk.
has served on the teat for 3 Jobs. fRESH : t
experienced in their various fields (the 'rookie' Fare Advanced. Mallory.1 SMOKED $1.00

years, the 'veteran for 22 years.) Agency, SJ8 Merrick Rd., J SAUSAGE 3 its. LARD [MEAL or

Lvnhmok, NOT- 1 39 GRITS

The team is now in one of the finest downtown shopping locations In Jacksonville MEATY '
floor 3 16. )Jar 5 Its. 29
-tte Haverty Building in the heart of the retail area; with unexcelled NEW YORK MAIDSTo NECK BONES

space for comfortable shopping with unlimited parking nearby. HERSHEY 5 to.SUGAR.
$65 wk.-Joba Waiting 10 lb. 99$ 49

the Souths LARGEST Tickets Sent-MAM Agcy. *
Standing to hind the team is the great mass of Havertys

noted for dependability, for honest prices' 210 Post A.weltbul7 NT STREAK-O-IEAH WHITE with J5.M ,Itti wfcr"
-since 1885 a name
J. R.dim"JONES Jim HASTING hose furai 'eera- I

.e"rvis )las.,., and outstanding values. .4"h VARIETY STORE BACON $1.00 BEACON lUKE

.. Excellent opportunity 3 lit. BLEACH WINGS

ilr % This great sales team. ,is..:now. at your, service--at RAVEXTTs. for minima investment

5' & -,. s ".. .."*:*..r..{-.,'".* Sincerely. Swafford Agency Realtor TENDER LEAH BRISKET 34 QAl29 3 $1.00

359-7717 STEW $1.00

o 2 apts. for rent-up and

b K down stairshot sad cold FIRST CUTPORK I. 25$ 5w. $1.00TURKEY
wtr. No sal.chldrn.

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