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:
October 26, 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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AKR0018 ( NOTIS )
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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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Drivers Before Meeting DeathBy Jaxon At Computer-Center ItMEMBERSHIP


CALLAHAN -- It is the confirmed opinionof

many STAR readers that Willie Lee Brown E.v

Jr.might have been living today had he '
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taken the easy way out, but being the .

deeply dedicated person which he proved to v'

be, Mr. Brown sacrificed his life in order * * * AMI Laymen Balk OH Pay (

that others might live ........ ........ File
s Suspended Collegians
On Saturday morning at town, the truck strucka For Inflated Membership

11:30 o'clock, grieving pickup truck and then Injuction Against State, A & M J A<::KS VIU.E -

relatives, friends and careened into a car before TALLAHASSEE -- State Civil Liberties As hurric&i.p. 'Ginny' hovered around

others to whom Willie striking a service a e Union attorneys Thursday filed a temporary 1 Florida this week a new sturm was gaining

restraining order in U.S. District Court tile AMR Church in this urea
has become a symbol of station pump a tre- force in new
seeking to enjoin the'state Board of Control -
indoaitablei, courage,will mendous blow, shearingit Fla. A&M University and its president aver such worrisoire matters as churchesjaying

gather during graveside from its foundation.When Dr. George W. Gore from continuing ] for inflated memberships and illegal -

an indefinite suspension against two A&M assessments. iitttitittiii*"titt
services here to pay the truck came toa
i students charged with having participatedin Bishop Ball also reputedly -
last respects to a hero. halt, Willie Lee Brown FACES COMPUTER -- The specter of automa- f civil rights demonstrations her In a resolution signedby "We will

When the Rev. L. Jones Jr. was dead, tion doesn't bother Mrs. Miriam Burney Disciplinary action re- i . i . trustees of St. Stephen said,

Starrs. She is the first graduate studentto sulting in indefinite with contempt of court. AfJ E Church of oaly ask that txwI. nlai-
Intones the final scriptural enroll in Washington State University'snew
1 suspension from class ster will revolt wo
passages, there information science program and is Jacksonville it is charged .
study was levied by the
seen feeding electronic tape into a com- that "without the Collars for or fnwmcpber ..- .
will be no sounding of C d university disciplinary
puter. Croup against Mrs.. .t knowledge or withoritj as you :.+eve dear
the taps nor the usual Mrs. Stamps, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. -' ",
Stevens Due.23. heretofore. We are not
rattle of musketry which I.H. Burney of 1187 West 10th Street, and Rubin 25 of the officers and mett.bers' -
Kenon. ,
Jacksonville Fla. is Phi Beta asking for any iHeri.sein
a Kappa both A&M students.The the mesabc-r+.hip on
burial of
signifies a !( graduate of Fisk University in mathe- the budget. . '
two student leaders the books was increased
soldier. But the ex -;: matics. Her husband, David is a graduate '
had previously been The reprint of the program
student in social science. I IS from 575 to 788 which :
ploits of 'Willie
one fined $1,000 each by
(' shows that'JUjQlHilled
Brown Jr. will have entered Woman Faces iCircuit Judge Ben Willis places a total membership
Woman Claims
WILLIF L. BROWN JR. |for allegedly having led obligation of : "I an therefore
the pages of local
ft tons of spilled pulp- .Ray Charles I ShopliftingCharges mass student demonstra- 53,152 on the church. asking that the Presid-

.history...i rFnMwffi-along.***with...J1'I ofttold I1i::woodw. ,,:: .' + t .tf pnsagainst. a downtownIwhittrtheatre i fituring.tthp; rate..Qt....,rikFl ;)::11 nilOIJ\:1.- F
,tales of other Fathered Daughter Here; following ... T ** _- <.Jf
While fire from then -which they were charged liMPoS. four Collars peFyearper "tto' the Lames. as w%] 1as

brave Callahan men. TAMPA Fla. (ANP) A woman and her male },; PATRICIA DUE Ministers'
pump was being extingu- Local Bar member. the on
-a WARNS PEDH.H: In the second paternitysuit companion are being held .; At nearby Florida State .i j
ished at the station, filed against him J" Rev. J.S. Johnson IK your respective dlntrints -
petit larceny charges '
According. to Nassau on Owner RobbedMIAMI University, five white
volunteers freed the this year nationally following their recent students were placed on pastor of the c%+urch. to suhrtcribe for

County Deputy Sheriff couple from the pickup famous blind singer Pay arrest for allegedly Johnny-Williams. 37, of probation for the remainder Trustees anti Stewarc'sof as many of the papersas
Jim Sawyer, 23, his was accused of having taken $5.70 in of their college
2310 NW 61st Street reported ."
at least 14 Jacksonville they can.
truck and they were being the father of a articles from a So. Mc- careers while similar
brother Nathaniel Brown, 12-year-old girl born to Duff Ave. to police that churches have The paper the Bifhoi
taken to a Jacksonville grocery police two men held him up as action against 22 A&M
about 25, and truck Hospital.The a Tampa woman in 1948. reported. he was leaving his home, students who had taken Joined in the protest was referring f to are the

driver Edward! Lee Thomas car with the. four The suit which asked Facing investigation of part in the collegians
that Charles be orderedto taking approximately which has the support of ChriHtian Recorder, tf.;
charges are Elizabeth biracial demonstrationswas
20, of Callahan, were driven $200 dollars. the Commission Social
passengers by make support paymentsfor Frances Thompson. 47. of instituted by' the on AMe: ReYie..50; Voiceof
Williams told a Star
riding in a big truck Edward Graham of Fern- the child to the 1491 w. union St. and reporter that be closed respective college of- Action of the .WE Edu- )Missions $3.50; Jour

loaded with ubout 30.000 andina Beach. None of plaintiff in a manner Benjamin Franklin, 31. his bar. Johnny's Bar on ficials. cation Bept. nal of Religious Foki-
consistent with his
1495 Morgan Ft.
poult's of pulpwood Friday the passengers were injured earnings, was filed by A witness told policehe 62nd Street about 12:45 Rights Group It is pointed out that cation %1.00;*Ht! TfeBen' a
p.m. left there going
Oct. 18 when tilt but the car was Mrs. Louise Green in saw the pair enter barmaid the General Conference Missionary Magazine,
home with the
Circuit Court Here. Mrs. Calls St Aug.
brakes failed incline the store, take a grocery held in Miami
on an extensively damaged. Mary Sni th, whom he was of 1956 $2.50.
Greene lives in a Tampa cart and start down the
about five blocks Nathaniel Brown was area known as Progress aisles. He said the man to take to her resi- "Worst City" decreed that churches Ball is also credited

from the in t.+section of taken to Brewster Hospital Village. took several articlesand n : with inflated memberships with saying: 'The
Charles is reportedlya them in thewoman's : WASHINGTON -- Citing
U.S. 301, and U.S.. 1. where he is listedin millionaire.The pocketbook whichwas I what its terms worsening were to. be given Special Appeal sad frtfct

When .Thomas tried to I racial relations in St. reducti't/. .
fair condition. Truck papers were servedon laying in the cart. p percentage Retirement Is a pair mt
t Augustine the Florida
reduce the vehicle's driver,Edward Lee Thomas Charles whose real F.W. Cawley investi- St. Stephen was givenK the program of tie funeral
I State Advisory Committee
a -
name is Ray Charles
speed by shifting to a gated. .
4 reductJot' of 75 in
was not injured. Robinson, at the Sheraton on Civil Rights called Church. Thin .itM+y

_I lower gear, v the transmission Deputy Sheriff Jim Tampa Motor Inn when he Pistol Carrier upon The U.S. Civil 1959 and another 75 reduction should be Ii y... OB avoltmtray

gave way unde arrived here for a sing- ,..,... Rights Commission to begin -
Sawyer summed up Brown' Throws Case ..-J In 1960,reducing- basis. ..'
the treundous load, Ing engagement at Fort ,." hearings in the na-
exploits briefly': He Homer Hesterly' Armory. ; tion's oldest city.In its membership from The Commission OR
sending the truck speeding -
Into MistrialST.
would have to be a hero. Charles' reaction to the J its report released 788 to 638 and paid for Social Actii has efe.r-

toward Callahan's suit was not immediately' AUGUSTINE A justice ,: : iI'd last Saturday to the Jus-
I'm sure of it. Brown'sactions \ the adjusted roll in ged that evidence is
crowded downtown thor- explained.The of peace hearing 7..7. .f .{ tice Department, the state
did save other suit by Mrs Green filed against Clyde Jenkins JOHNNY WILLIAMSGun committee also urged the 1961. available whirl reveals

oughfare. people from injury and follows a similar one one of four Negroes Missflres Department to investigate St. Stephen'! that ministers are receiving -
Willie Lee who was filed in Los Angeles beaten severely during a dence. He went into his stepped up activities of
possible death. trustees have
seated next to the right earlier this year' by' klan rally here Sept. 18 house to change into a the Ku Klux Klan in the coBwUBi cation

Ntfro Clerical Miss Shirley' Betts, in came to a sensationalhalt sweater and when he came State of Florida. agreed to pay] trOll leaser ..* .. of
door stepped out on the
which she charged Wednesday when a out. a lone man was walk- Consisting of 12 persons for the 638
the churcii la si j
running board and began Worker Hired Charles was the father spectator was found to be ing toward his car like headed by George Lewis II

shouting to driversand WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. of her unborn child. The armed with a pistol. he was drunk. of Tallahassee the committee nerbershipjrhlch they says of money ar. heiag requested -

(ANP) -- Miss Shirley' child has since been Arrested and booked on When Williams got to which held a pUb- in the BOM of

pedestrians as the Trotman 25. began work born. charges of concealing a the car. the man accosted lic hearing in St. Augustine Inflated] .
the Ma hop.It
truck sped forward. last week as clerk- in both instances, it deadly weapon and assault him and said. on Aug. 16. has been have resolved EISHOP BALL

typist' serving the west was pointed cut that and battery' was Ronald :"Hold it'At that closely following events point .et tint set
Florida Highway Patrol- that "we the officers
Palm Beach City, Commis Charles was contributingto McClain. 21. of St. time Williams said he there since that time itew a* roll calls,
man L.T: 'Haley, who was of the reported the local situation rill not be responsible
the support whipped out his gun. a
sion. Augustine who accordingto
walk-iBs ....... salaryetc.
about .ti'make .a left Miss Trjotaan is a children under unofficial Deputy Sheriff Gay 25 automatic, and the has remained turbu- for the Inflated roll <|f
_ agreement.Charles robber backed across the lent since that time. .,in tile ......T: pre -
turn off US 301 onto graduate of Roosevelt Rezroad. had a calibre 788.
High School and Florida however, has denied 32 pistol concealed in street stumbled and Included In the commit Issued by' seated! are contrary to
A reprint
US 1, heard Brown'swarning A&M University and also fathering Miss Betts' his raincoat.The fell. tee's report were examples Church Discipline a4

shout, "Look studied data processing child.In incident occurred Williams said that he"opened" of harsh treatment the Social Action Commission .

her suit, filed by levied against St. Augustine should not be paid.A .
him bIt
out--no brakes. He at Dade Junior College. during the trial of up on shows that Bishop .
She is the first Negroto Atty.' Harold A. Jackson Clyde Jenkins, one of the his gun snapped and a Negro citizenrysuch "; spoke..B for the
quickly backed his car of Tampa. Mrs. Green didn't as the confinement 'If.F. Ball made the
work at City Hall in four Negroes who was go off. Another
CSA said the hopes
froa the truck's path. other than a Janitorial asked that the court beaten during the klan man. then hollered to a of Negro youth in correctional following statements

Justice of Peace Prank capacity. order Charles to: "pay aeeting. Jenkins had been companion: "Shoot! What institutions,absence at the Official Annual that other churches

City ,\Manager Frank Law- temporary' and permanent" charged with assault by' are you waiting on?" of lines of communication of throughict Florida a4

Shatter who witnessedthe ler who* confirmed the support to the plaintiff two of the four Jacksonville A shot was fired from between the Conference Program the Alffi eaMMctSoB will

entire incident said hiring said it was notbased for the support of their klansmen scheduled behind and the one that races and harsh treatment the Eleventh Episcopal

''Haley backed, up real on race but on minor child consistent to face trial in November was on the ground got of Juvenile demon District of the AMEThurcfc Join IB t>
hr qualifications and with his earnings; pro- on assault and battery up with his revolver in stratorsthe likes of against luxation for IB.

quick. If Brown hadn' special talents for the duce a copy of his Income charges filed against by his hand. Williams reported which has had no parallel :
fluted membership
been waving that trooper ob. ;, return for the year the St. Johns County the men made him In the nation "e are asking that

.' 1962: post a performance lay face down uaaathorix.fad s....fa..ta.
sheriffs office then toot
would have really gottenit Mis a Trotman formerlywas over the Ladlesl Ladlesl! each pastor will bring
,. bond with this court to his wallet and
instructor Negroes beatings. money. THE
employed as
in increase in membership rater
right in the side." in business educa- insure said payments set McClain's bond was set They both fled on foot. Save On Shoes 1 I II

Plunging its way into'.. tion at Lincoln High. by' the court. at S500 .*s*..*.*..*......* Get Coupon On Page 10. and conversions..*' SPEAK OUT!


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THE i 'FLORIDA STAR : Politics As Usual '

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Published by The Florida Star Publishing Co. .r .
Atty. Gen 's Aid Sought
*Member of Associated Negro Press"
_, In Rights Attorneys Trials )

EMC I. SWUM..._.-Haape EtittrALYSIN
Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy was

E. WISE_Km EMIr ':. urged last week to intervene in behalf of

MUA WMIEN........GfCiHtiM Mae3pr r i .} three white southern civil rights lawyerswho

ALL r / face trial in New Orleans and Talla-
w hassee, Florida. The American Civil Lib-
2323 Hiicriif Read......Pkw Elgii 46782Mailiig
erties Union, which made the request, declared -

Address: that the trials are "reprisals for

Jacksoirillc 1 'Florida their acting as counsel in civil rights
P. 0. all 561, .
( cases."
The civil liberties group released a let-

738 NW 3rd Ate._Phone 3771025; I :or l ',' Jp ( $ !Jfl I ter sent by its executive director *

John de J. Pemberton
SUBSCRIPTION RATES '"";. :. ., .}.,
f'! Jr. to the Attorney General.It .
One Year 6.00 Half Year $4.00 I \ : ,
to to have
:Mailed to You Anywhere in the United States ,. .. appealed Kennedy
ot '
Subscription payable in Advance the Department of Justice file

Send Check or Money Order to: : friend-of-the-court briefs in

561 ; behalf of Tobias Simon, a Miami
Jacksonville I, Florida r':*,': : ; : attorney and general counsel of SIMPSON

','.:.W.r the Florida Civil Liberties Union, who was

Futon Of ".II .r EdvcctioR : triedand publicly censured by a Tallahassee

'. ': :< *., : court and Benjamin E. Smith and Bruce Wal-
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Htafts On NovMftWr 5th Vote IT, ** C_ !i;<* ** <.'l'j&0; *?** .: : .
-';YkJ 'r : ; .'- ,.' tzer Orleans lawyers active with the
-'" .- -.,.')"':,"'" ._..g5aSBS6ffiii8!: iJPA'SS -: Q.7 WyS I New
Citizens of Florida take a decisive step THE CIVIL I RIGHTS BILL HOW Louisiana Civil Liberties Union, who were

leading to the future of the state when in widelypublicized -
arrested on October 4 a

they go to the polls to vote on the Col- I raid for allegedly violating the
lege Building Amendment Issue No. 2 to
state's Subversive Activities Control Act.

determine whether there will be a bond uii'miiiiij III The .ACLU, emphazing the bar s responsibility

q issue to secure funds in the amount of to provide counsel for civil rights

$75 million for building facilities at defendants, reminded the Attorney Generalof

Junior Colleges and Universities under the statements of officials of the Department 1
II GuideQ
state control. Horoscope of Justice intervene legally in

State institutions of higher learning the Simon, Smith and tfaltzer cases, the

have reached the saturation point and un Attorney General was asked to speak out

less this bond issue passes many residentsof iy PABLO The ASTROLOGER personally, and to bring the issue to the

Florida will be unable to attend Col- attention of the American Bar Association's

leges and Universities in the state be. ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR recently organized c-iyil rights co&aittee

cause of lack of classrooms, dormitories, and the Lawjer s committee for Civil Rights

laboratories and other essential buildings BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL under Law created last summer following

necessary for the expanding college ,population ., President Kenned meeting with the

of Florida.To ARIES life. Stresses and ten- LIBRA nation's leading attorneys to enlist their
bring these vital facts to the votersin Born March 21st thru sions show late in month. Born, Sept. 23rd thru support in resolving the racial crisis.
April 19th Those who have gone at a Oct. 23rd
Florida a voluntary organization of You need fast pace and neglected Born Dec. 22nd thru The ACLU letter noted that Simon who was
restraint and Property questions must
outstanding persons,Ci tizens For Florida's common sense. Many will strength might collapsefrom be considered carefully. Jan. 19thA appeared for the Florida CLU in the Tallahassee -

Future is spearheading a drive for the "tell tales out of fatigue. otherwise you will find sudden burst of activity Municipal Court in a dozen trials

passing of this Amendment.. Norman E. school." Much under- 2-. 2-70-33-18-91-273' that by the end of the on the part of hundreds, of civil rights ,demonstrators -
ground maneuvering seems ,CANCER, month you have lost friends will prove ex .
Jones, Negro public relations" consultantof to be: taking place Born_ June. 22nd thru .something. through care- citing. since it could had been charged with contWptby 1'

Tangy ID .'St. Petersburg! he/: beer! traveling either In business or --. ..J July: : 22nd_ lessness., Also beware of however bring a prohibitive Municipal Judge John A. Rudd 'on thecompletely 1

throughout the state, contacting community with Important matters Wait for end of month possessions in your drain on your unfounded charge of failing to
surrounding your per- home. Lock things up. finances don't go overboard -
before trying to deal
leaders the cities
major soliciting sonal life. You have appeal with a loved one. Some- Take, special precau- on the counsels of appear on behalf of n young girl arrestedin

their aid in support of the college and Influence where one in your life who tions. Be vigilant with yco" friends. There is a a civil rights demonstrs tion. When

building amendment.The you least expect it. You has caused a problem may things you own. Don't lift in the subconsciousthat
will be a strong power let distractions upset a gives a drive to Simon could not appear on the particular ,
be even more difficultto
State Chamber of Commerce and
Florida over others. But you handle. But you will needed concentration.You your own desires. The date set for trial last June, he tried unsuccessfully -

many other organizations are working in might be loath to use find that patience pays might have started, energetic projects that to obtain another attorney and
Further this extraordinary au- something for your own are being planned will
the interest of this Amendment. off. Be careful not to
thority. Try to be con- surface future or benefit. This have obstacles in the when he couldn't, he called Judge Rudd to
information and literature can be obtained structive in giving pearances. You may dis-ap- should be continued way of fulfillment. Keepin see if the case could be continued, a routine

from any local Chamber of Commerce in the orders. Wait for end o* cover that much more is whether it be a study or mind that with gigan- legal procedure. Judge Rurfd refused.
month before travel o. Job hunt to be com- tic and unusual plans
in back-
.state. going on
special missions. In tht ground than might seem pleted. But if you are there are bound to be Subsequentlya Legal Aid Society attorneywas

This Amendment passed by the Legislature last week a cycle extremely possible. In reverse this too easily thrown off extraordinary complica- appointed, but Judge Rudd refused to

by an overwhelming vote must be approved good for faraway leans. that someone balance, you lose time tions. This does not
the to represent the
h allow appointed' : lawyer
interests and luck. such
begins to dawn. mean thingsare
by the voters of Florida on Nov. 5th by care for you more thanthey
Impossible. r :'fer. ant a+lid put the trial off. On Sept-
show, or in mattersof 9-20-55-1R-78-935
voting YES. 5-30-88-13-74-538 career, you may be SCORPIO 5-70-33-14-66-573 ember 19, 82 days after the original trial

LOOKING FOR A CAREER ? Born April TAURUS 20th thru valued more than you Born Oct. '24th thru AQUARIUS Jan. 20th thru date Judge Rudd issued an order holding
realize. : Born
Are you a young person looking for a Career May .20th Nov. 22nd Feb. 18th Simon in contempt "even though"' the ACLU
l 8-50-77-14-65-657 You hold key to
? If so, you would do well to consider Do more listening than LEO other's destiny. This New chances to shine letter said, 'Simon was never retained and

food distribution. speaking. What others Born July 23rd thru will affect each of you may frighten you. When never agreed to appear' .
have to say will be of others expect leaderships -
)i That s the point of a leaflet recently peculiar value in your Aug. 22nd differently. But a might have Turning to the Faith and Taltzer canes!
Your home is the centerof strange series of events you
issued by the National Association of Food life. in fact you nay particular excitement. puts you in power that inner qualms about measuring the ACLU pointed to heir activity in the

Chains. It goes on to list the Jobs and outbursts witness some of tantrums or This could be good or bad you may not realize. up. Do not dele- Louisiana Civil Liberties Union's Legal

training that the food industry offers. The surprise you.feelingsthat Reserve according to the individual lou may have important gate tasks responsibility through fear. Committee, whose members have participatedin
life. But it Information that
list is a long one, including buyingmer- Judgment. Control means that you must apply will alter another's even though it may mean a large number of cases involving exclusion -

chandising, transportation, engineering, your. No own words accordingly. be special care to relations status. Temper and passion troubles.During the end of Negroes from Juries, lack of ef-
one can sure the month be cautious
accounting, law, industrial relations, man- of another's effect on with others. Tremendous is high, needs of about signing At fective counselhotel desegregation aad desegregation -
conflicts with those you governing. That means a papers.
ufacturing, and so on. destiny. This is a warn this time yon might be of courthouse rest room facil
love bes.t. This can be a letting off of 'steam
On top of that, the booklet emphasizes, Ing that Just when yoi parent or someone in your that does not injure.Butit distracted and inclinedto ities.
think yon have your own
the industry offers excellent opportunitiesfor life whom you value. But does not mean utter let some important
"ducks in arrested because of their
a row, someone matter ride. Finish They were connection -
the basic differences of docility. Speak frankly
advancement good regular income interesting may push over your what
opinion should be solved and confess irritation, things. Complete with tbe Southern Conference Educational -

work, and a high degree of job carefully laid plans. before the month is over .but don't break up anyone you Intend to seal or Fund, Inc. the president of which
You are advised to guard legalize. attentionto
security.There's plenty of room"upstairs"for against outside inter- perhaps it is a good ;, else's life through future Pay prestige. is the Reverend Fred L. ShuttleHVorth of
thing that this cycle. anger. Yon are in a your :
people with the right ambitions, aptitudes ference at this time. You
will bring out into the. cycle when private life 7-30-99-15-59-739 Birmingham, a close associate of the ,Reverend -
can gain but
and skills--the manager of a modern should choose them wise open what might have fes- is dynamic, too. You PISCES Martin Luther King. .State and adty

hh supermarket, for Instance, is one of the iy. tered. could be flattered by Born Feb. 19th thru police in New Orleans,acting the reqtteet
one who admires. March 20th
best paid men in the community. Regular 7-10-66-12-82-716 4-60-22-19-38-462 of the Louisiana Joint Legislative e .<-

training programs are provided to prepare GEMINI VIRGO >" 2-100-44-16-63-214 Take advantage df enthusiasm tee, on Un-American Activities, staged raids
Born 23rd SAGITTARIUSBorn initiative -
Aug. thru energy
employees for better jobs. Any food chain Born May 21st thru on the SCEP offices, the law offices of
Sept. 22nd Nov. 23rd thru While the planets
can point to top executives who started as June 21st Studies and information Dec. 21st favor action, get things Smith and Waltzer and their homes. The

clerks, general superintendents who began Love and flirtation un- will be lucky. Especiallyyou Friendships prove loyal done Especially If firm specific charge against then was criminal

ont he freight dock, and department heads ier excellent auspicies might be stimulatedto and helpful. You can strong words and masterful conspiracyalleging that they had knowinglyand
Is needed
Those of yon young in do some research on aroject. count on those you have planning
who were once mail boys. don t hesitate. Wisdom willfully participated in the ranage-
spirit should take advantage >> what yon discover aided In the past. Now
What is true of these food chains is true of the early portion -. ought to be illumi others, will play a seems to be with you. ment of a subversive organization, of which

of the chains operating in other retail of the month and nating. You* might even strongly constructive Also side.the You law could Is on have your to they were members kept books, records and
frisk about a bit. A come: across an idea that role. Especially In employment -
fields---drugs, variety goods, hardware, stand up for yourself. files of such an organization and stored
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r SOd* SpeakingBy Complete Fashion O Rama Plans Bethune Trustees. DedicateProxy's

x Residence; New Building

WIFE-WIifrAP.D .x I FI DATTONA BEACH The mid-week assembly at Betfetae-
The past week-end saw Jacksonville's population 5 _
Cookman College this week featured a special
decreased by the scores, of loyal FAMUans who went
program by the Trustees of the College. The program -
to Tallahassee Jtr Ho,.ecomlng activities. However
was pres&ted in conjunction with the a&wal

the decrease was offset by the hundred of persons
fall meeting of the Board, and included groundbreaking

arriving here for the Third annual Bethune-Bene-
for a new classroom building end dedication -

dict Classic. of the President's residence.The ...........
Both Jacksonville and Tallahassee ere alive with.

principle speaker of.. to all young people re-
social events and the t tiw /
many preceding following? J
the program was The Hon- card e5S of their race."
orable Hobson Reynolds; ,
In Jacksonville, Ray Charles' concert at the Phi Kappa
member of the Board of
Coliseum was scheduled in such a manner that (m Sorority Slates
Trustees and Grand Ri-
trons were able to leave there ard make the Coronation Jax Forum Event
alter Ruler of the Independent -
Rail at Civic Auditorium. < ,
It was announced this

....................... Benevolent
\ Order of the Elks of the week that the Alpha
Geneva and Johnny Wheeler motored to Tampa this
i World. Gamma Chapter of Phi
week-end, after taking in the Bethune-Bccedict
Kappa Sororitywill
The Hon. Mr. HobsonwithMrs.
football game of course.

....................... Rattle I. James, of hold a forum at

Jacksonville, Florida, Walker VooatiosaJ College -
Kappa Alpha Psi's First AmuiyJ "Snack and Chat"
,.. representing the Daugh Myrtle ATe At
session at Brewster Cafeteria was highly success- A SPECTACULAR showing of the latest in Milady's fall-winter
fashions will be the theme of the Ninth Street, Sunday,
ters of the Elks, pre-
ful. total school seniors received
A of 46 high
Fashion--O--Rama Sunday, Oct. 27 at 8 p.m. under the auspices of the Benevolettes, the auxiliary to sented to Bethune-Cookman Oct. 27 beginning at
information about the local Kappa Scholarship,
the Jacksonville Police Benevolent Association in Ephesus Junior Academy, 2810 Edge wood Avenue.' 4 P.m.
plus a brief history of the Fraternity.PmgriiB College a check for$1.000
Models will include: Mrs.. J. Seldon, Mrs. S. Sullivan, Mrs. T.L. Mayes, Mrs. Virginia Waldon Mrs. The forum which has
which was part of $10.000
participants for the event were: J.A.
Charles Scriven, !Miss Jenifer Jackson, Miss Patricia Barber, Mrs. Doris Young, and Mrs. Cathy presentation in the
Joyiier, Maxie Wilson, ft ester Co wart, R.L. Mitch- that theorganlzation
l't'.u. The fashions will be furnished by .the downtown Diana Shop, Mrs. Ethel Davenport Bannister, 1963 series is being
ell, George H. Williams, and R.L. Knight who raised this year in their
f fashion-coordinator. Members of the sponsoring organization shown from left are: Mrs. (.. Jones, Mrs. conducted in cooperationwith
ftfrved as master of cer on1es. annual meeting in Boston.
A. HarI ey, Mrs. H. Solomon, Mrs. R. George, Mrs. M. Jackson, Mrs. G. Edward Mrs. C. Hickson, Mrs. J. the NAACP as part'of
......................... President Richard V.Moore
Doe, Mrs. D. Young, Mrs. R. Jenkins, Mrs. S. Washington, Mrs. L. Mayes, Mrs. R. Taylor, Mrs. N. the sorority's par-l
t Phi Beta Sigma's announcement of its Southern received the check for
Massey, Mrs. B. Kendall, Mrs. E. Seldon, Mrs. C. Bradley, Mrs. E. Barton, Mrs. J. Harris, Mrs. M. ticlpation in civil
j Regional Conference to be held here in April was Bethune-Cookman College.In .
Newsom Mrs. C. Scriven, Mrs. S. Weston and Mrs. F. Jefferson. The popular Tonnettes will appear on. rights endeavors and
pleasantly receive! Jazons are aware of the many his speech Mr. Hobson
1. the musical portion of the program. civic intiroveaefit ef-

sociftl events the conference will Inspire praised Mrs. Mary Hccloud
BIRTHS New Stanton Band Joyce M. Anderson WEDDING BELLSAPPLICATION forts.
Delegates are expected fro: Alabama, Florida, Bethune for the work that

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph To Perform AtGators t FOR she did in the areas of '
Wins Title MANAGE
I Georgia, Louisiana, and Mississippi. Top LICENSE Church Prepares

Henry F. Jenkins, Jr., vice president of Nu Beta 4926 Rhode Island Dr.; HomecomingThe Attractive Joyce Marie Leroy Way, 1503 E. 26th education and for human For
Boy. Nov. 17 Tea
St.. 24 and Luella Spencer -
Sigma: Chapter presided over the recent meeting Mr. and Mrs. Ulysess New Stanton senior Anderson was named 1128 E. 23rd St. rights throughout the Committees of the
i High School band will "Miss Stanton of 1963-
that precer! the announcement. Pr. J. Irving E. Adams; 726 Ct. J. ; Girl. world. First Church of Metaphysical -
Mr. appear and perform in 64 Thursday of last week 21.Calvin
and Mrs. James Boyd Science
Roberson 984 W. are
Scott IB president of Sigma's local graduate the University of by a majority of stu- llrs. Bethune" the
5760 Paris Avenue; Girl. Ashley St., 26 and Bernice laying plans for their
Florida's annual Home- dents, who voted in the forcer Philadelphia Judge Musicale
.chapter. Mr. and Mrs. Hardy Brown. Miami Fla.. annual Tea

..........*...*...... Evans ; IOCS W. 28th coming Festivities Fri- annual elections at New 31. said.Planted, long ago, which is scheduled to
Street: Boy. day of this week in Stanton Senior High Willie be held on Sunday after-

DoriH Scott unfit Norma Bland were Guest players Gainesville.The School for this purpose. J. Clements the seed of equality, and noon, Nov. it
Mr. and 17th
Mrs. james 1926 West 12th St. 20 was
when Bernic Henderson entertained Elites band received a Janice Wesley and Jo- Bethune-Cookman announced this
Les Christian; 1923 W. 20th and Madelean Rose Lee College week.
formal invitation from lita Simmons named
were I The public
Club last The Lincoln Street; Boy. Williams 1310 W. 20th is invitedto
Bridge Friday evening. was the first of our
Florida Blue Key Honor the eleventh and tenth
Mr. and Mrs. James Mc- street 30.Earnest attend the event and
Country Club provided the setting for the meeting. Daniel; 1560 W. 6th Fraternity of the Uni- grade attendants, respectively Alexander, 915 colleges to open its to also inspect the recently -

Guest and members received lovely gifts from the Street; Girl. versity of Florida to in the same Baker Ave., 20 and Betty doors to the opportunities constructed facilities -
participate in the home- contest. This special
hostess, in addition to prizes. Irma Murray quali- Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Jean Graham, 914 Baker of learning offered. at the West
coming parade and the release was made by Fdgewood
Mahone; 2119 BaldwinSt. 17. Avenue locale.
fied for top club prize,followed by Vernal McCone. university's traditional Miss L.E. Solomon, dean Avenue
Girl. Alfonso L. JonesCalla-
"Gator otowl." In a of girls at the school,
Maxine Jackson was awarded the door prize. Mr. and Mrs. Jessie han, Fla. 25 and Sadie
special letter to K.D. who stated that this was MAGNOLIA GARDEN' K FIRST DRUG STORE
Ann McIntosh, Lois Avery, Johnnie Mitchell, Annie Mitchell; 6360 Toni McFarlin Sr. band director another tense contestbut Bradley, Callahan, Fla. ..... 'If( ;;
Avenue; Boy. 18.
B.Mine tee,Elizabeth Simons ,Alvenla Scriven. at New Stanton, each winner received "
Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel
Vernel W. Clemons
Howard J"; Margo lis. band enough votes to .Mer
and Marie McClain were among other members pre- Edwards; 1824 W. 20th chairman for the 1963 determined winners without -. Tampa, Fla., 23 and Ann

sent. Street: Girl. homecoming at the Uni- any questions or Wright. 2003 W. 4th Ft .

......................A Mr. and Mrs. Price varsity of Florida doubts as to the students' 21.
Phillips; 4156 Katanga Roosevelt Bartell Jr. ,
choice In each
stated that "Your band
The Smart Set Bridge Club enjoyed the rare treat Dr. S.: Girl. category. 1036 Eaverson St. 21 i ..
has been most highly I
of dining at the Eldorado after an exciting bridge Mr. and Mrs. Robert recommended by our advisors Joyce Anderson can be and Novella Weston, 1026W.

Blackshear; 1722 Brew- 8th St. 18.
session in the Moncrjof Road home of Joan Epauldiog. ster Road Girl. as one of the remembered for her suc- 2135 West Edgewood A ewe
; Wiley Flood Jr., 1315
best of Florida's fine cessful bid for the role
Hortfise Gray was hostek.o. Helen Toney, Edna Mr. and Mrs. Howard Spearing St. 22 and
bands." of "Miss Tenth Grade Let Us Fill Your Next Prescriftta
Bell and Stazzle Hudson Gregg; 1753 Tyler St. ; Dollie Jean Brown, 1903W.
were guest players. The band first appeared Attendant" during her .
Boy. freshman She is 4th Street, 18. We Pick Up & Deliver Free
Eden: Toney was top scorer among guest. Elizabeth Mr. and Mrs. Tommy and'performed at the
the daughter of Mr. and. Edw. Harmon, 629 W.
Downing and Nellyvonne Russell qualified for club Maultsby; 1104 Hart St.; University of Florida Church St., 31 and Gena Wide Assortment Of Patent Meliciies
Mrs. John A. Gary Anderson -
Girl. in 1960 in the Institu-
prizes. tion's homecoming parade and a member of the Mae Thompson, 1971 W. Cosmetics Sundries CHfectfeiery
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Howard
2nd St. 20.Roosevelt.
Gloria Brooks and Lois Izzard were among participants 744 Barnett St. ; Girl. and gator growl and pas 12-5 homeroom. Since attending A. James, Please Dial PO 5-4485 or PO 5-1582
received an invitationeach New Stanton she
in the meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar year after its appearance Has participated in the 2125 Mars St. 25 and I.D. Harris, Reg. Pharm.ItRiEll .

...................... Turner; 6707 VirginiaCt. followingNew Homemakersof Jewel Lee Bradley '2125

; Boy. America National Mars.St. 24. ,
Geraldine Hilliard was hostess hen Kevinettes Mr. and Mrs. John Williams Magnolia AreaOrganization '
Honor Society, and recently -
Bridge Club met recently at the Lincoln Country ; 6109 Strawflower she was elected O\AMOKDS
Sets \
Place; Boy.Hampton.
Club. Nan Fletcher nnd Mae Bell Braddock were as treasurer for the

Oct. 30 Meeting senior class of '64. She 3 Great
guest players. Alumni
is a member of Saint ,.l1M AT
C The group used this meeting for an unofficial Officers, members and Pius Catholic Church and MA1H AT 8th
Meets SundayThe residents of the area
!Tareel 1" shower for Essie McCray Silva who has are urged to attend an plans to enter collegeupon 'PARK STREET

graduation in June.
since Joined her husband in Miami. Each member Jacksonville Chapterof important meeting of
Janice Wesley the '
the National Hampton
the Magnolia Area Improvement -
presented a gift to the honoree.
Alumni Association will daughter of Mrs. !.

meet at the home of Mrs. scheduled for Organization Wednesday Wesley is a member of 1 DIAMOND

Doris marching and symphonic
Sewell. 4288 Mc-
Oct. 30 at 8 in the

now its Pepsifor Daniel Drive, Sunday Witsell residence p.m. 2403 band, parliamentarian of ELGIN
Oct. 27 at 5:30 p.m. Lantana Avenue. the Les Petite Trelze- 1

ADDles Club. She .is
The local is a
group pre-
The of the Advertl/ed.
purpose Complete' with Nationally
those who sently planning for the member of the 11-5
meeting will be to setup
appearance in Jacksonville homeroom. C.J"I) TWlsr.O-flEX
petitions for improvement MADE '
f/yJpJirng Jollta Theodora Simmons '
of the famed Hampton 1N }
of streets in the WATCHBAND

Institute Choir. Magnolia area. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tw. .f H..'s P...I '_eva"' '''.'. ELGIN and
Charles E. Simmons Jr., laa" '. I ..*. .
cpfinri, -_t-ij* .. A!.* *..the T. S ttin arytOKf
is a product of the r.t.d A d.r. d bL.. .H4 Lsbi.P 0.... Welch."E.G .

1 e(1 1eed Cehte/f I Isaiah Blocker Junior Ps.'. cos. N \J COMPARE ;-_-c.... 0. .

High School where she .

j, was in the marching I 3 Fiery I.. @ .

i MIrtle e, and Adams __ 4.14 J band. She is an advance GenuineDIAMONDS ) ,er ........ '
iI piano pupil of Mrs.
I x f'h Etxr Popular MaUtt Rttimu 1
Evelyn Squires
tar Oa 4lh Straight Wed .
19 JEYVELSaDwsr ,
The young ladies will be
crowned during the homecoming -

:: game on Nov. 7. 1 -
IUT 5 $1 00 1
: D.r.P.w.rM.i..p "
Id CAUGHT IN THI EngagementAnnounced I.j



r GOLDEN DRUM SPANISH Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Complete with Speidel $4L

SPOTS 1tlCKIEL Robinson announced the -,.........- ....1rete4 ... ,
I I n roa tonnto approaching marriage of -

Lk 350 u.29c ;LB.35CSAUR'S their daughter Barbara :7 Q i a NO MONEY D OWN

Annette to John E. 1 ------c-, Pay Just $1,00 A

Shingles the son of I y_.. __ ......... WEEK

CWttEAfAlACHICOtA ,.... ':? +.u. 29e Mr. and Mrs. Dan Danielsthe i .,
-W* ,..T.. ... I.n.... vows to be exchanged :.:: ,;<: 0'3 :": 1
People are In the mood for fun there BUYI
runu"ac fi50IWHtt Sunday. Nov. 3. at 3 p.m. : WAYS

day*-and part of the fun is Papal in Howard's Memorial Mail
BIUN GIE I tMSItS ..,u ...... LL lie Holiness Order by
And nothing drenches your thirst .PSI-COiA Church. 1459 W. '' Person MAIN AT MOM RDtr
*TRU.VAL 8HR1MPORAMA SALE Cbicn Street. ShoP 1ft =

like a cold Inviting Pepsi ... LARGE SHRIMP Friends and relativesare j order by p pll@ ? MAIM AT ..oozr +
&a 89c ., > *
u..rnD VIVK rEtf j &jUEti&"
So think young-say"Pepsi pleasiryOMM. MEDIUM SHRIMP 1 invited. A reception 1+ Hu.aY-su,nY ..Bjan e- !: sBBHBIHB"

..'----"..-.-.......-- ....".....1..M.. ......... ..... &'. 69c will follow. ; : : :' achf onoille's Only leaver 6 Apphonce Center


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Master Of Ceremonies w..... Presbyterian Queen's Crowning Feat ur' Anniversary Program Rev.. A.J. Hughes Featured

$ J
.rtiir' __ EventRev.
: Artist For Sunday
; BY L.N. PEARSON. SR. ., ; ., ,< :: .

w The North Florida Chap- h' .,> -". """ .. A.J. Hughes, pastor of St. Joan Baptist 4

ter of Johnson C. Smith J Church and an outstanding baritone singer, will

University Alumni Association _____
be guest artist Sunday Oct. 38 at 8 P.M. when-
41 Charlotte N.

: M C., will sponsor a musical Usher Board 1 of Second Baptist Church observesits

t( program in the Wood- 60th anniversary program in the church aadi-

lam United Presbyterian torium. 0000.$

Church at Cleveland and recognized.
Recognized as one of
Woodlawn Roads November The Junior Usher Board
the talented ministersin
22nd at 8 p. .. in the will simultaneously observe .
the State,Rev. Hughes
Fellowship Hall of the i4 its anniversary- .
E rf1j1 appeared as guest
Church. ,. ; soloist throughout long with the SeniorREV.

Down through the years x
POPULAR businessman- Georgia and Florida.He
with Biddle
civic leader WillieR. Universitynow is director of UL-
Johnson C. Smith
Motley will serve as music for the East
University from 1867 to ti
raster of ceremonies Florida and Bethany Baptist -
1963 is approaching
Friday night Oct. 25th Association and the as
Centennial. This college n
when Mrs. Rovena Hughes aa Progressive Baptist
has been spreading q 4ih
sponsors a talent pro- State Convention.
truths and pointing men
gram in behalf of New Others to be featured "S
to God for practicallyone
St. James AME Church during the program include -
hundred years.E-
Choir 3's anniversary.The r Mrs. Jannie Dil-
rasing lore of ignorance. % a
program gets under- lard, Mrs. Margie Janel
and need.Implanting deep
way at 8 o'clock and children's Mrs. Agnes Jackson and -
within her ,
the public is Invited. Miss Cynthia Kendrick.The -ii Y ..
hearts, sound principles,.
Belle Water Choir
enabling them to lead IMPRESSIVE.EVENT-flfaite Rose Chapter 149 of the Order of Eastern Star observed its 10th anniversary Sunday,
t Hew St. James Slates under the direction of HDGHEB _

their, fellowmen to Oct. 13th during a highly successful program which ruminated with Lady Dessie Lee Dent (right foreground), Charles T. Maxwell will Board.
On Parade better ways of life. She. Mrs. Virginia Burns is
Talent has withstood her trials being crowned Queen of White Rose by Grand Royal Matron Hanna B. Miller supervising the crowning ceremony. also render several
numbers. Mrs. M. K. Heard serving as program
"Talent on Parade. and has grown despitethe Principals shown from left are: Ladies Lottie Hodge. Zelline Long Bertha Lee nozier, Mattie Mae Everett, the president will be chairman and Mrs. Maria i

featuring wellknown ebhs'and flows of Eula Mae Williams, Alberta Rhodes, Anna R. Byrd. Ann Alexander) 1hy; Matron !Rosa EMozelle the Grand-Royal honored for services Jenkins is heading the;

talent of the city will life's unsteady tide Matron and the honoree. The event took place at tLe organization's hall, Jefferson and Orange Sts. rendered during her long decorations group.Sister '
be presented Friday Through long enduring church boards and the
___ (Royal Art Studio Photo) term in her public ser- i
night Oct. 25 at years she still has .. vice capacity All other public is invited.Fountain .

in New stood a guiding tower, 1st Observes Men's Slates
8 P.O. St. James Timothy_ Day Guest Soloist 2nd Baptist officers will also be '
AME church in behalf of our Alma Mater. .
First Timothy Baptist offering. Guest usher Joint ObservanceJohn Central Baptist t i Chapel I
Choir 3 anniversary Mrs. The Church School will .

Rovena Hughes, sponsor begin at 9:30 Sunday Church celebrates annual will be from First Co- A. Payne, general Women To Observe, AME ChurchRev.

announced.Mrs. with T.V. Huger, superintendent Men's Day Sunday beginningwith rinth. chairman, and Mrs. Emma Annual Day

Genieve Crockett in charge. He is Feather co chairman, F.W. Jones, pastor,
Sunday School and Rev. Smith will intro-
The lomen of Central
will preside. Program urging all children to are heading the. committee is reminding members

features will include: bring bibles. The Morning with varied activities duce Master of ceremonies which is completing Baptist Church are now that the budget book is

Opening selection by worship service being programmed throughout Johnny Shaw; wel coming ad ,plans for Second Baptist's113.anniversary making plans for the open for those having

Friendship Baptist will begin at 10:55 a.m. dressDeacon Louis Nelson and the 1963 Annual Women's Day delinquent Conference I

Church Youth Choir 3, Rev. F.D. Wilson, pastor the day. Municipal fifth of its pastor Dr. Program. Many prominent accounts. He requeststhat

Mrs. J. Primus, super- will bring the Judge John A.Santora will' Other program highlightswill J.C. Sams which will be leaders of the communityand all accounts due

visorprayer.. Rev. Re- message. Both choirs be presented by Deacon held Nov. 34d throughthe city hate been extended -
give the principal address be paid before the next
mus Smith, pastor of will support the rite L.B. Bowman Jackson, 11th. Invitations to Conference.Sick .
Friendship Baptist; with Mrs. Rudyne Watsonat during the 11 ara. Theme for this year's participate on the pro- and shut-
scripture, Rev. B.L. the organ. service. Willing Workers Gospel observance is, "A Militant gram. The Central Family ins who would welcome

Davis, pastor of New St. Youth and Children Hour At 9:30 a.m. Sunday Chorus, Willie Mobley CORNELIUS SMITH JR. Church in a Crusial is looking forward to a visitors are sister B.T.ler .

James; selection New will ,be held at 6 p.m. School will get underway Allen Bannister, Julius will be guest soloist Society, and "Forward great day.Sponsor. and Brother Tye
St. James Youth Choir. Fvening Vesper will be Sunday night at 7:30 with Christ. ", sheets have

Mrs. Harry Mae Anthony held at 7:00 p.m. Mrs. with the following ser- Ingram, Deacon Melvin T. p.m. during the evening Prominent religiouscivic been distributed among Johnson both of whom are I
confined in of
supervisor. Fred D. Davis will be ving: Deacon Jason Barr, Brown, Frederick Sherard. program of First Timothy leaders will fea- the members for the Mercy Nursing Home Arms, 4410

Introduction of masterof at the piano. Tuesday, guest superintendent; Baptist Church annual ture the nightly services benefit of the Program. :
Rev. Smith will offer remarks Moncrlef Road.
ceremonies. Willie R. October 29 both choirs Alvin Brinkleyassistant, Men's Day observance. He which will get underwaywith Anyone who would like to Madame M. Wright and

Motley by Mrs. Genieve will rehearse in the and benediction. is a member of the a musicale presentedby be a sponsor may contactany
and Allen Johnson, sec- Prayer Band 12 will con- 1
Crockett: selection Fellowship'Hall of the retary. J.F. Workman Jr., Post- faculty of Payne Elementary the combined choirs member of Central.Mrs. duct services in the

chorus; reading Mrs. church at 8:00 p.m. School and attends under the direction of Janie Griffith is
of Jacksonville of Church Sunday Oct. 27
'Alberta Latimore; solo Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. Teachers will be:Deacons master Shiloh Metropolitan Bap- Mrs. G.C. Vaught assistedby chairman; Mrs. Annie L.
at 3 This event is
Frankie Mae Harris; solo October 30 RIder C.F. Emory Howard, Willie F. the local postal distri: tist Church. Charles T. MaxwellNov. Wilson. co-chairman and being p.m.sponsored Mrs.

Delphine Cherry; solo, Simons Jr. and Deacon will' be the main speakeron 3rd at 7 p.m. Rev. R. Leander Jones is
Smith,; Johnny Shaw, Albert OBITUARIESMrs. Irene Austlnaad is being
Mickey Goodman; selec Mildred Pearson will On Monday night, PayneChapel pastor for the day.A .

tion.Overstreet Singers; direct/prayer service Brinkley, J.A.! the f .3",',P.Ift.,",,!,.". program.Other Catherine Brown, AMR Church with cordial invitation is presented in behalf';of

reading Doris Robinson; in the Conference room BrooksMarion S. Johnson, participants will 2022 Thomas Court. its pastor Rev. R.A. xtended to the publicto the annual Women s Day
reading, Barbara Robinson. of the church. include: Adrian (Ken) Leondias Foster. 720 King and St. John Baptist attend any and all
E.L. Wilson Deacon Freddie
Sunday Trustee Day
The entire membershipof Ford Lane. Church with Rev. A.J. activities scheduled by
Neal, Brother'Cawl e, Knight of WRHC, Deacons at Fountain and Rev.
Selection. Lattimore the church and friends Miss Jeanette Webb, 256 Hughes pastor, will have these committees. Watch

Singers; offering, Mrs.. moan the death of Rev. Ellis, Reviewer, John W. Louis Nelson, James Boa- Copeland Street. charge of services. W.K. the papers'for further Jones is urging all mea-

crockett Mr: Motley, and F.D. Wilson's father Anderson and Albert Brinkley man, P.J. Jenkins, Rev. Elder Thomas Brown, 1967 Harper will be guest announcements. bers to complete their

Mrs. Luvenia Hopkins; introduction of W. 17th Street. assigned tasks. SundaySchool I
who passed South Caro- soloist.
Jack R. Johnson, Deacons
at 9:3-0
address. Rev. Coleman; lina early Tuesday morning Mrs. Annie L. Montgomery, Tuesday night, Mt. Cal- Church Of Christ begins

solos Delores Goldson, October 21. The guests.MORNING WORSHIP\ J.F. Brown, DOSS StriplingJoe 441 W. Kings St. St vary, Little Rock and a.m. with the superin-

Flouise Murvia, Gloria church extends sincere At 11 a.*. Deacons Leroy PierceW.D. Crawford. Augustine.Mrs. West Friendship Baptist Written In Heaven tendent charge.and instructorsin

Mitchell Donald Bar- sympathy to the entire Rachel Brock, 524 Churches will supervisethe
ringer; oration, 4-year Wilson family. Lookforan Mallory,Edgar Sims and S. Lucious Lewis, Albert Jefferson Street. prograor along with Sunday will be observedas All choirs, stewardessand

old Randy Mathis and opportunity to do a Williams will lead the Taylor, T.C. Crawford, Paul Walker 320 Chelsea Rev. W.C. Mitchell, and Youth Day during ser- ushers will serve
vices at the Church of throughout the day. The
other youth talent; kind deed, to say a kind devotions. This will be Cartrell Sims Deacon Street. Rev. R.L. Wilson. Mrs.
in Heaven -
Christ choirs will conduct a
Closing remarks, Mrs. word, to help the less Willie Brown,Jr. P.O. Estelle M. Hamilton will ;
Benediction followed by the processional Joseph. Bishop J.C. Blakelypastor 15-minute song serviceat
Hughes, fortunate. Above all bea Box 477 Callahan.Mrs. be the soloist.

Rev. Davis. living example. led by the Willing Guest deacons will be Laura Mae Jones. Wednesday night; First announced. 7 p.m.Prayer .
Sunday School will open, meeting will begin -
John Grier and Henry Wil- 4503 Moncrief Road. Corinth,Rev. R.L. Jones;
IMPERIAL SUNDRIES workers Gospel Chorus of at 10 a.m. with Mrs. S. at 7:30 p.m. Tues
Mrs. Margaret Senters, Emanuel
Baptist Pev.
First Corinth. Rev.R.L. liams. Guests will be the V Brown in charge. The. day. Class meeting will
) Patent Medicines Cosmetics : 20 Bernard St. St. S.L. Badger will be in.
i Enith will lead the re- Male Chorus from Mt. Augustine.Mrs. charge. Maxie W. Wil- pastor will deliver the beheld at 8 0' cloek. -
All-Leading Hair Preparations noontime message. Visi- The choir presidentshave
'sponsive reading, mission Vernon and guest ushers Georgia Porter, liams will serve as
tors are always welcome. set Wednesday at
I 1211 F. 30th street. soloist.
will be representativesfrom The church is locatedat 7 p.B. for choirs
Mrs. Mattie Wilson 2077 Thursday night; Shiloh
1434 Kings Road. rehearsal.
New Mt. Olive. Baldwin Street. Baptist Rev. A.B. Coleman -

Speaker for the 7:30p.I\. Mrs. Minnie Zanders 1125 ; Friendly Baptist.

830 CASSAT evening worship will be Grant Street. Rev. B.P. Hartley and .. --

Mrs. Lizzie Underwood Antioch Baptist, Rev.
1824 W. BEAVER Attorney"Earl M. Johnsonwho 909 E. Union Street.Mrs. J.J. Jones will direct

will be introduced by Florrie Everett 718 activities. The Frazier
2inCATIONS TO.sEin .
Rev. Smith}Others serving Fverson Street. Sisters will be featured

goo Frank Thornton. 726 also.
I I on the program will include Market Street. Friday nignt: Mt.

Deacons A.L.Holmes, Gregory Allen, 1100 Ararat Baptist. Rev. D.

Simpson and Charlie Steele Street. J. Graham; St. Thomas

J.R. Otis Jones, 806 Dewitt Baptist Rev. W.C. Neal,

$ DOLLAR DAYSARE Cooper, guests; Dr. H. Street. pastors will conduct

James Greene Master of Nemo Ellison 816 W. Joint services.On .

Union Street. Sunday Rev. S. S.
Ceremonies; Rev. R.L.
James Leroy, Jr., Springfield IfcRae of St. Petersburgwill
HERE AGAIN Smith, Deacon Leroy Sal- Missouri. be guest minister.

let,Deacon James Prashee.SOlo.on Ton Collins. 1126 E. Dayspring Baptist Rev.

Small Allen 24th Street. C.A. Weaver; First Baptist -
/ I
I IT'S PORK TIME C.B. Daileyand 1
Frank Re*. James Green, 5932
Fred Henry,
Thomas, Rev. E.R.
Zion Hope
Diamond Street.
FRESH CAUGHT Simmons will have chargeof
Cooper, Jaaes Simpson
.Mrs. Ella Hobbs, 3000 E.
12 $ the pastor* s program
MULLET us. .. Deacons Henry Mincy, ant Ohio Street. I
Nov. 11th.
Jerry Thompson, 1313 Lee .Monday I +
PORK CHOPS 3 us. .. General Chairman Moses Street. House Of God

SMOKED Smith Jr.Independent. '.Robert Wilson. 8124
Women Complete
SLAB BACON 3 n.Conducting Pipitt St., Dinsaore.
us .
Ronald Williams 1416 E. Annual Program

MEATY ,* Is 31st street.

3 Membership Drive Mrs. Annie High tower, Final plans for the KEN KNIGHT
us. .... annual Women's Day program ___
Meeting on the first 215 Madison Street.
to be observed SUn-

HASLETS 3 us. ... and third Mondaysofeach Everett Daniel McKlnnon. day. Oct. 27 have been _
729 North Street. Invites You To Listen .
month at 8 o'clock, completed for daylong To-
the Independent Bene- Scout Trp. 110 activities at the Houseof

BRISKET STEW 3 us. ... volent Association of Schedules ,Open God. 1853 W. 27th St., ff"HYMN TIME"

America, Rev. C.L. Culver host
RY 4 Elder J.M. Tarver. _
grand Meeting Nov.
SAUSAGE pastor.
2 us. ... -- has opened Its books Official and parents Committees under the .t

during ltaannnal Scout Troop 170 -Starting At 7 ra
membership )f Boy direction of Mrs. Lilly : ....
:' ", drive which is of Fellowship Baptist
KIDNEYS Mae sutton, general
6 us. .. .. open to the general -church are urgently re- chairman and Mrs. Mattie 9:45 1OOO p.m. t.
public. quested to attend a most
L. Williams co-chairman
PORK Persons interested in 'i ,ortant Meeting Monday Nightly
have invited friends and
BRAINS ,*, .... U' :securing memberships cay night, Nov. 4 at 8 p.m..
the public to appear on

Watoi TM KM KwM .-Skn h IIXT TV Ckwl l 4 ELgin call 63581.S. M. Violet Church.In Fellowship 1414 IDem Baptist Bt. the Dro&r. 1400 WIHC 1400I _

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: S ecurity4V Y AtttMl Meeting Oratory Research .

: By Marcus H. Boulware .
Gibbs Junior College was
one of several Institu- Personally, I am revising ny doctoral

tions represented at the tt ft& s' study on twentieth century Negro oratory
Port Lauderdale Pla. ,
into a book which I hope to get publishedthe
meeting of the Florida
Council for the Social tF latter part of 1964. I am adding these

Studies. ; orators to my history, because of their
i "Developing Economic
Competency' was the ; leadership roles: Dr. Martin Luther King

theme of the meeting Jr. Roy Wilkins and Whitney Young of the

which was the seventh National Urban League.
state-wide clinic of
The written literature carries very littleon
,, the group held October
-r 18-19 in Port Lauder- the speechmaking of the NAACP' Roy
dale's Escape Hotel.RepresentatiTes Wilkins and Whitney Young. I would be happy

': : QUESTIONSAND from Florida' elementary were- if my readers can give me information or

junior high,senior direct my attention to written sources of
high schools and
: HEALTH OFFICER AT FAMb--The chief: of the Program Planning and Analysis information on these two gentleaen.
junior colleges.
'.QUESTION: I own a business. Are my business expenses Delegates discussed Division of Hospitals, U.S. Public Health Services, Washington, D.C., Particularly am I interested in platform

"' Included in the $1200 I am allowed to economics in the curri- Edgar N. Duncan, was the principal speaker during a recent Pharmacy; demi- delivery, voice qualities, gestures, elo-
culum, and economics in
make while drawing benefitsor are they deductible specific disciplines. nar held at Florida A&M University.: Pictured here with Duncan are the quence, and persuasive appeal of the speakers. -

? I Keynote speaker for the School of Pharmacy; dean and participants in the FAMU Pharmacy Seminar. .

ANSWER: You include in the $1200 annual earnings' two-day meeting was Dr. Left to right are: Robert S. Scarborough, associate professor in the I am happy to say that oratory will existas
ll.L. Frankel. directorof
only the net income from your business. To arrive the Joint Council for School of Pharmacy; Chief Duncan, Washington, D.C.; Joseph Awkard head, long as there is a cause to advance. And

at the net income, you deduct your total Economic Education. His FAMU Department of Psychology: W. Joe Weldy, chief agent, Board of Phar- the press simply prepares for the orator a

expenses from your total income. subject was, 'Looking macy for the state of Florida; Murphy D. Jenkins, dean, FAMU School of better informed audience.
QUESTION: I am a farmer. I had $4800 gross income forward in Economics
Education.' Pharmacy; and Homer Humphrey; a fifth year pharmacy student. READERS: For my public speaking pamphlet,
but my expenses were so high I lost $105. How _
send a self-addressed, stamped business eRvelope -
much social security do I have to report? If I
Applicants State NAACP Confab Host to Dr. Marcus H. BoulwareBox 310-A,
do have to report? If I choosemay I pay no less ,
Florida A&M University, Tallahassee, Fla. ,
than $1200.ANSWER NeededII' WINTER HAVE*-The 24th Annual Session for the
Zip Code 32307.
: You have the choice of reporting either Branches of NAACP in Florida will be held in Winter -
:: :
$1200 or nothing for social security. .. .,,, ,:. Haven, November 7 through 9, it was announcedby
QUESTION: I am 44 and worked under social 1 the Rev. Joel E. Atkins, president of the host
,security about 10 years before I had to quit in branch! of the Conference. You Seek She Best Doctor
1956 because of heart trouble. Is it true thata ':\troAST An elaborate program is being planned for the then Your Doctor Prescribe
Get Experienced Pharmacists
new law has been passed that lets a disabled delegates with emphasis being placed on voter reg- '
: r .According to Your Doctors
person draw disability payments at any age? rt. istration for the entire period of 1964. "We expect -
Use Only The Best
ANSWER: Yes, a person any age up to 65 may get to have the largest attendance in the historyof Dr. C.F. BlackProprietor Quality Drugs .

disability payments. 'the State Conference Rev. Atkins said. His

Enrollment Record statement WitS based on the tremendous increase of
NAACP membership in the state and the temper of A COMPLETE LINE OF
GAMING LA. (SPECIAL)-Grambling College has '
I NAACP activity in all cities during the Summer
Cosmetics Rubber Goods Candles Swrdriee
an 'enrollment of 3,225 students for the fall se- a :
mester. Registrar W.L. Garner announced Thursday.The .
The winter Haven Branch is preparing to acoonodate
enrollment figure is the highest in the
school's history. the many guests. Working with the Branch is the Drug Store

'Youth council which is reported to be one of the
More 'than 300 students were turned away because
most active in the State of Florida.
dormitory and classroom facilities were unavail GUARD--LTJG Andrew L. of -

able. of South Boston, Virginia advises DelaceyCox r

Students represent 25 states and a number of son of Mr. and Mrs. James Cox of 29

foreign countries. t Underwood Place, Washington, D.C."of the

Grumbling: a full-tine enrollment,of 3,050 last procedures :for: making application .tp qoni-
fall. pete for appointment as Cadet, United

States Coast Guard. Lt. Holeman is in

.LEO'S SHOE REPAIR Tallahassee, and adjacent areas screening TS

Shoe Repairing AcuJt Asthma' high school grads and Fla A&M students Su 9AARK

4C this week. (Coast Guard Photo)
Of I Any Kind I Now yMd SpccUlUt Moodily,Co lo aioovory chia' i..hok.fcy QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED ,'.
: .
t MpUt r liq**d.o(utant.u.www.n.ea..d.W. ..
_l loi er "WeoSSJl"I tfmcflor irrtlvo Ex Rattler's Quick Thinking
Is Oar Only Easiness In rwtortaf ourre WttUc. NowvolUMo
without*r *criptio* AM yowrdru
.*tt tor Dr,OulM'.Ora Mw-t *iCUuvtM SPECIALS GOOD ;
845 Florida Aveooe or ComjotuM. Saves Lad From DrowningTALLAHASSEE AVENUE B ,< .

Fla.--For his quick thinking in applying ,
YOUR FUTURE artificial respiration to a small boy who

WITH fell into a motel swimming pool and was submerged CHUCK SUGAR CURED

u. S. SAVINGS BONDS for nearly a minute, a Florida A&U University HICKORY SMOKED

student and former Rattler football team member,

LARKS has been rewarded__although the child's parentswere ROAST BACON

C MEATS so excited that they didn't get around to HOICE S thanking the hero of the incident. "."....
Horace Saall 24, a senior child's life.According .

1510 SAN MARCO 1607 UNIVERSITY IN LAKEWOOD majoring in physical to Snail, the $ :
education at FAMU, is a LB. 39 SIIccd39 .
LattwooJ Store Open Sun. 9 a.m.-7 p.m. little boy's father r
part-time employe at the
CZARS TENDER TASTf jumped into the pool and

$ Holiday Inn motel where pulled him out. Then the _
CHOPPED 5 00 ,..
the Incident occurred.
father wrapped the childin

SIRLOINS STaVs Recently he received a towels, but he didn't / .Ii";
United States Savings know how to give him ,$a:
Be sure to see BIOGRAPHY every led. Night oa Channel 4 :<5
bond the
from manager -

at 7 p.*.-Educational aDd Bitertalnlng Keith Henderson, artificial Snail: grabbed respiration.the child

action -
':w::. from his father s arms
that saved a two-
and started him
: Open Evenings Til 9:00 P.M. reviving
and-a-half year old 'I used the back
:; RS.EVANS"Jacksonville's and the arm lift,' said -

--', Most Recommended Dealer" It covers Gray Hair the FAMU student who 10 LB. 29 5 LB. PKG.35 C j
Wm J. Brandt' s Liquid BAG
.. 3RD & MAIN EAU DENNA plans to become a physical -_,
Let Your OLD CAR Make the Down Payment therapist when he i

Will coyer gray hair in 10 I >
MOST BEAUTIFUL The little maTed
to 20 minutes. No pack. Hoess.
Anyone can pat it on ; and then he started

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IF IT'S IN TOWN WE HAVE CTl RECOIffl started crying and hollering -
'". --JSHOP WHERE YOU CAN SEE ,' It will not rub off. it DEI-MONTE
i' THEM ALL! tf stays on several Boaths. and I knew he TOMATO CATSUP ----: ------------- .14 p. 15$

59 FORD GALAXE ..$995 'flM Shampooing, sea bathing was going to live.'

>a-**,KAB.AUTOMATIC. awn, permanent waving FARMHOUSE FROZEN FRUIT PIES 25*
Two weeks later, Ren- --- ---------.; LARGE SIZE
M.59 CHEV. CONVERTffil .$995 curling or straighteningironnothing
takes it oft- derson presented a savings -
63 IMPERIAL"; $4595 ,loa hair can BO matter corer how any stubborn Ira. I bond to Small.It ARGO SWEET PEAS -----------.---. 2-1 # 383 CANS 25$

or how caused.BLACK

Almost New stays ELACX.ICKUUUUL. FOR Mall was had the saved second a person time ROYAl RICE --------------------------- 5 te.. MI. '51$
63 Chev. Imp. $2495 TOUCHING' CP
'V-8, -Dr.,R&H Auto.,Pwr.Steering Permanent Waving
Small, who 25
lives at JIM -
directed DANDY GRITS -i-u/ni. $
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62 CAD. CPE, $3695, oa Dark label.Brown Colors Mediu; Black.Brown. I 542 Osceola street in

Dub+Rose. ,New Tlreg,Smrp. a Pisa Price per box $2.50 plat! Tallahassee, is the son ARGO 4& u. CAI 25$
Federal Tax PINEAPPLE JUICE -- --------- ----
J 61 T-BIRD $2395 I I DIXIE PHARMAcY of Mr. and Mrs. Enoch ,

JuatLike&New Siren Small of 1545 Steele
-= 1 1315 lilts Rd. ruN Fit ,Street, Jacksonville. RED DELECIOUS APPLES _________________ .4 LI. m 35C

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Meeting Claimed Successful Bethel Appoints Om

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90 Women's ,)#it'it rA- s, e

Day CaptainsContinuing ,

the focus on ,

rrc, E Women s Day activities, t d'i

Mrs. Prances T. Cause,
chairman of the Women's
Day activities, presented -

90 captains their .

commissions for the observance .: : 1

'; "'. of Women's Day
t. ..
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1b November 17.
Each captain has been
4 f.,
i 1f given ten Bethelites to

f? -I contact and as an added
-, .
Incentive for the cap- ; '

p tains offered, tour to those prizes reach-are ;:; :i '? :,, : J ? L :_ : :,;__,.

PRAT MEETING: : Held at the spacious home of C. Sullivan Culver 4513 NW
Ing the highest goal.

Trips to Nassau, all-ex- 33rd Court. Members of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity shown here. Seated

x penses paid and one-way from left are Brothers Oswald Edwards Arthur Coverson Robbie Moons
trips are offered. The
winner will be the Pol mark; Kennedy A. Mum ford, Lewis R. Blake Kelly C. Williams and
crowned "Mrs. Greater Frank "Flaps" Jones; standing: C. Sullivan Culver James Wright, C.

Bethel AME"PRESIDING Crosby, Henry Denle s, L. Leo Jenkins Donald Hollis, Robert Seniors

.. ..
ELDER HFRF John Sweeting, Walter Anders Fred Mo rely. I.C. McCaskill, S.L. Cleare ,

The last Quarterly COn- Samuel L. Johnson, Allen C. Williams and J.E. Hart.

ference for the year The chapter meets every two weeks in a different brother's home.
4 3k
were held October 25
Al Crawford Photo)
b ti In the lower auditoriumof -

the church at 7:30 ********************* DADE DEATHSwere ......................
p.m. at which time pre-

siding Elder P.A. Allen HOUSE OF ALBERTSJames held at Shiloh Memorial Hospital died

will be in charge. The
L. Terrell, 3029 Bapt. Church, Homestead, October 17. Funeral W
pastor is asking all
members to be present: N? 55th St. Or.t. 13. Ctt. 17 with final rites services erd held October -

and all Boards and Clubs Survivors include mother in Dawson, Ga. She is 22. Mrs. Sapp is

'JH4; I :J'" ,si.\z. are expected to bring and 3 brothers. Final survived by 1 daughter, survived by three niect:
written reports.
\ rites In Monticello 5 sons, 1 sister and Rosalie Sweeting, Ruth
VERSARY SUNDAY Fla. many more.Luther Frederick,Rosalie Brady,

x .f d dto ac" The 35th Anniversaryof ........... .....*......* and one stepsonRooker
.i< I
<' the Sunday School
: '';; Mrs. Sylvia; C. Harris, Cochran, 16501 T. Sapp of Jacksonville,
f will be observed Oct.
2"1. during regular 3121 NW 42nd St.. Oct. NW 17th PI., Opa Locka, Florida.Mrs. .

church school service of Oct. 11. Survivors are ............
13. A daughter, son,
which Robert L. Stokesis 5 sons, 5 daughters 1
mother and father, sur- Cornelia Wright,
superintendent.The .
occasion marks the vive. Final rites in sister and 1 brother. 3254 NW 50th Street,
MEETING SUCCESSFUL--lit. Olive Baptist Church Ushers Union held their annual meeting with David
.20th anniversary of Birmingham Al a- Services and burial in lied at Jackson Memorial

Hudson, the guest speaker. His subject was 'Let US Unite and Pull Together.' Top photo shows friends adult classes in the ............. Thomasville Ga.
Hospital on October 18,
and members of the union. 1 Bottom photo from left front row: Alice Phillips, Lucy Renbert, Gladys upper auditorium. A 555555.SSS.*
highlight of the day Krs.! Hattie Gordon, at 3 p.r. Funeral ser -
Tolbert, Vernell Smith, Bessie Brown, Ellen Rolec, Betty Clenont, Sherry D. Rembert and Gussie
will be the wedding of 1741 NT' 1st Ct., Oct. Mrs. Bessie Mae Davis, vices were held at the

Wright, Top row are:rhtard:: M. Johnson, Myles Holmer, David Hudson, president; James ewis, Frank Ralph Symonette Jr. 20. She leaves 3 sons .166 NW 11th St. Oct. Ut.Sinai Baptist Church.
following the morning
Kitkins, Joseph Swan and Eugene Yates. TO bottom photo are Uniou officers.
sisters 15. Surviving
service. Symonette is a 3 daughters, 2 are 4 Mrs. Wright is survived

(MIAMI STAR photo by Jimmie Satterwhite) typical Sunday schooler, and children
2 brothers 7 grand- parents, 5 by one daughter, four
having been reared in
children. Final ritesto brothers. Services at sons, two grandftugJitera

Dade County Public Schools the roll church days. Ralph from cradle'is the be conducted Oct. St. Luke Bapt. Church and other relatives and

son of Mrs. Naomi Ward Estil S.C. with burin in Evergreen friends.
27 in ,
The county-wide election on school millage for
_ :i Symonette and grandsonof . . RICHARDSON'SFUNERAL
support and operation of the public schools of
Mrs. Carrie B. Ward, Mrs. Pel]ft Robinson, HOMEMrs. Working For Ethtcaftofl

.Dade County will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 5, 1963. ardent members of the
363 NW 15th St., Oct. Jensie Fapp; 307
Sunday School.ON .
Citizens will vote on a ten-mill tax for operatingthe
11. Funeral services NW 11th Street, Jackson
4 \ schools for the next two years. It is the same
w : COUSINLast First Polio In A Year
: ten mills that was approved in the elections of Sunday, the pastor

xz 1955, 1957, 1959, and 1961; it is not a new or Rev. S.A. Cousin, chose e
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additional tax levy. 'Spiritual Restora-
tion" for the sermon IIi
The State Constitution requires that this elec-
theme. Guests during
y I
tion be held every two years la odd-numbered years day included: Mrs. De- #

lores Riley, Port Lauderdale -
and prescribes the method of voting and wordingof i
Mr. and Mrs. J. -
the ballot. Thus, t voter who wishes to vote Rj Chisholm Ocala; Mrs. L- '; J I

.on this question may either vote for the 10 millsor Coreatha Rogers Niagara

Falls Mrs. Bessie Knight
if he favors a different mill age he may raise ;
w oaf I Sanford. PCLIO VICTIM(: On September 28, young Cathe- AT WORK -- Norman F.
r .ta 1 the slide and write In the millage desired:'the law Jones public relations
The Cousin Bishop
rine Stanley was admitted into Jackson Memorial
does not provide for a NO vote on this question.The Club extends an Invita- consultant Is working
tion to the entire community Hospital, the first paralytic polio victim in Dade with Citizens For

millage which is approved in this election is to join in the County in one year. Two year old Catherine was Fl orlda' s Future
drive to make Rev. Cousinone throughout the state In
for use of the schools during fiscal years 1964-65 Children's the
transferred Hospital for interest
of the Bishops in to Variety of the College -

and 1965-66. The money raised by this levy Is used 1964. treatment where doctors report. she is now out of Building AaesKfejeot,
No. subject to the
to help pay salaries of teachers and other employees Woodson condition.AL approval -
Dr. L. H. the respirator and in fair of Florida voters

to buy supplies and materials, and to pay Attends SeminarTALLAHASSEE ( CRAWPQtD PHOTO) pn Nov. 5th.

\ other operating eiyenses of the schools. A citi-
.q -- Dr.
zen Day vote if he has resided In the state for Leroy H. Woodson head

r one year and in Dade County for six months. of the Department of Edward Waters College ..

f Foreign Languages at
If he has registered and pays real or personal
Florida A&M University,

taxes. was a participant In a "TIGERS"T

Renewal of the ten-mill tax represents almost! panel discussion during T

i the recent three-day
one-fourth of the total money needed to operatethe 1963 FOOTBALL
conference of the Modern SCHEDULE

schools for the next two years! Foreign Language section '"

., Generally, voters will vote at the regular pol- ofthe Florida Education (HOME GAMES)
Association held October-
ling places in each precinct: however.lists of the
THIS BEER is tor pleasant living! People on the '* 10. 11. 12. at Florida -
I places to vote will be published. Polls are open State University In
go..people who care about quality..eo for. Niv. 2. S.C. Area
from 7 a.*, urtil 7 p.n. Tallahassee.Title . Trade >....
National Beer. Have the taste of pleasant living of the panel discussion -
11;' All persons who are qualified to vote are urged
lye a National Beer. Premium quality always was 'structure
to do so.PIHE Progress In French." (IGMECGHIKG)
popular prices everywhere.
V. Members of the pmel. in

Hers a taste if Heacait UtilI FR 7-2234 addition to Dr. Woodson. Nov. 16 Kittrcll College
FOR were: Dr. Albert Valdman
of Indiana University

NATIONAL lEE I Miss Veronica Pull an of All Hone Ganes Will Be Played at!

: JOHNSON Gainesville Pla. and

Karl Pond of the University Myrtle Areas Ball Park

Spoflifht i t Product of Mini.
Dr. Woodson also repre- kick-off 8 ,...
Of The WeekWMBM Ope 1 PL I m8 piBafcf sented PAlm at the con- Ii.

Tickets On Sale AI Edward
Ficfives A Sped ty ference banquet heldPrldQ' I
October 11. at

1 109 N.W. lift Strut Mia i. FIB the Tallahassee Dining i Waters College Business Office

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New ProvidenceM. Boa AssemblyHonorable '

B. Church John B. Orr
Jr.. former state representative '
On Sunday Oct. 27th,
will speak
the members of New Pro-
at a united Nations Day I
vidence will observe
Observance sponsored by :
Baptism services. They
the Baba' is of Greater I
are asking all candi-
dates Gusty Miami to be held Saturday "
to be .present at
October 26 at 8:30 !
10 o clock and to bringa '
change of clothing.The p.m., at 43 Star Island
rite will take Miami Beach.
place in the regular 11a.m. Donald Bariett, HollY-
services.On 1 wood attorney, will be
Monday night Oct. 11 t- the Baha'i speaker, and

28th, the members are to Mrs. Toby Faaauel will
accompany the pastor to be chairman. The theme
___ for this observance will
the Greater New Bethel j ; J :_

Baptist lurch, to rend- ___ be "United Nations-Our"
er services at which Moral Challenge.
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time Choir 2 and the ANNUAL TEA given by the Sweethearts of Roses Mrs. Juanita Coleman, Mrs. Issac Saunders, :Hiss man and Miss Mary P. Williams.Guests of the The Miami-Dade Junior

Senior Ushers will be Civics Club at the home of Mrs Rosetta Wells, Eleanor SUi th, Miss Iona Turner, Miss Marie Price, Sweethearts were Mrs. J. WellsMiss Lillian College Dr. Chorus Donald Butter-directedby
in charge of the
vi cess ser- 1942 NW 65th Street, Sunday, highlighted the Miss Nancy Green, Miss Clara Love, president; Miss Henry Miss Ola Carter Miss Sallie Mae Curry, worth will perform and

Ill members include: afternoon affair with the attendance of many Gertrude Perkins, Mrs. Ossie Rogers Miss Mary L. Miss Berlia Mae Jones, Miss Martha Clarett and refreshments will be

Sister Ceacer is in embers and friends. Club members shown here are: \'l1Hams. Miss Rosetta Wells. Hiss Meloneel Good- Kiss Edith Nenkirk. cordially served._ .. The invited public to is
Christian Hospital, -

Sister Christian Viola HospitalRoom Jones North Dad B.T. Washington High SchoolA Grace Presbyterian WomenGrace sored Slate by the Tea women of Beat CruiseThe attend.Walch This Clows ,

25 Sister Mary Young is High News Church is sponsoring a the church. Everyone who Program Committeeof
full program of Intramural Sports is now in .
in Jackson Memorial Pre-Anniversary Tea this attends will no doubtbe the Carver Branch a
HospitalRoom 3208, Sis- "Time Out For Ginger"a proc $.- at.BTW. These, activities.provide students Sunday afternoon from 4 delighted by the YMCA is sponsoring a f,.'
ter Jessie Fourth is in comedy by Ronald Alex- the opportunity to challenge the members of their to 6 p.m. This wonderful festivities and fellow- Boat cruise for November I
ander has been selectedas SEE PAGE 9
Jackson Memorial Hospital occasion will be span- ship. 29.
the initial seasonal grade level and each section in these games. This n _n_ _
Room 3310 Sister
Lortha Screen is in production for the North program is provided for all grades 7-12 and all "
Dade High School Thespians HEAR THE
Jackson Memorial Hospi- homerooms will have an opportunity to participate. SOUND ;
of Opa Locka it was
tal Room 3308. these and
announced by Charles D. the activities are volleyball, touch football -
all others whose names
were not listed desire Wyche. principal. The (for boys), Softball, basketball, and various
play will be presented on .. the
from watt
your prayers and visits. Thursday. November 7 at games. Under the sponsorship of the Physical Edu-; 5,000
J Friends and visitorsare
8:15 p.m. in the school cation Department these activites are held daily.
always welcome to .
attend services. Rev. C. auditorium. Who will serve as Miss Homecoming this year? This :4. S
Time Out for Ginger"
J.Sister Burney Claudia is pastor Wilsonis and will be directed by year a new method will be used in selecting Miss Tower of Power

the reporter. James Randolph with the Homecoming. Organizations will select one young

Blanche CallowayHeads assistance of Mrs. Al- lady in 10-12 as a candidate to represent that
bertha Carroll. Leroy
Hew ProgramA Daniels will design the organization. Members of the Athletic Association

new WMBM service fea- set. Mrs. Betty Smileyand are not eligible_ and napes submitted must agree tc ON

turing Blanche Calloway Mrs. Evergreen Murphy run. The deadline for selecting candidates it WAME1.260 I YOUR
will serve as Make-up Ar-
will be presented four
tist and W'ardrob Mistress October 31. RADIO
tines daily Monday
respectively. brought to the BTW family after the
1 through Friday'at 8 a:m. Joy was .- .. I
12 noon. '4 p.m. and 8 Reservations may be obtained Mighty Tornadoes defeated the Blue Devils of
by contacting TeeS. rI
p.m. Greer, Jr. at North stanton High (Jacksonville) 27-7. Samuel Higgswas Starring r
This program is -
to appeal to Dade High School, tele- selected by the coaches as the outstanding

people and their children phone NA 1-0536. Admis- player. Overwhelmed by the splendid game played ,
sion for student advance ,! ,
order to
tickets are $.50. Adult Mrs. Glori Ala B. Robinson, MrsDorothy Evens, Miss i
them informed
on important -
issues. tickets are $1.00. All Jacqueline Tooks and Mrs. Rose Anderson donated
tickets are $1.00 on the '
Comments from listeners a crate or apples to the entire football team.The
i of the i
will be appreciated by night performance.
both Blanche Callowayand The public is cordially Tornadoes will be in action again Friday, October

radio station WMBM.' invited to attend. 25, when they meet Roosevelt High of West Palm _

-- Beach.Game time is 8:00 p.m. at the Miami Stadium.
Thirty-two young ladies were added to the Girl

Counselors this year. This marks the first time liii

Dizzy Jones Birdland the Counselors' membership has been this large .

The group has decided upon definite acitivities for

the school.....October 18-20, BTW was represented

2nd Ave at 7th St., Mimi at the Junior Red Cross Camp. Students in attend-

ance reported an enjoyable time and the opportunity -

Presents to engage t in many activities of leadership' .....

ii '.*. THE MARVELS United Fund--Red Cross Packets were distributedin

Singing Sensations homerooms Tuesday, Every student was asked to
Brother Ray Burkie '-Ibe UD.gI" Bee Alfonzo Mozell
make a donation from his personal fund forthe.

occasion. No student Is to ask anyone for assist-

ance with his packet....Now is the tli>e to get

ready for American Education Week..... a special

'observance will be held at BTW November 10 at

2:00 p.m. Mrs. liable D. Glover is the coordinatorfor

Area L....Bethsheba pean, Reporter.

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Extra Added Attraction Miami : .
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SAil t Miami Harlem Square Harlem Garden

rJ Liberty City American Furniture ft TV
H. .Coconut Grove Billie Rollers Music Center ON
Goulds Club Downbeat

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NEWSBoy ...-
,. : : A sell cat host of ardent Rattler supporters and

' Morris Brown fans jaaed Braggs Stadium to witnessone

Scout Dr. fare Attend -....((111
News ,'- of the best homecoming games staged by the

Prexys hsfaUifiofi )- :
\> Rattlers in some years. The At!an tans seeking

By POWELL BADEN GREENCASTLE Ind. :.: ., !r:.J their first victory of the season proved as many

Adult leaders in the Division are urged to at- Dr. George W. Gore Jr., ? -i expected no match for the mighty Rattlers who
president of Florida MM +A. iLc
tend the training to be held
session* October 28- took the victory 66-0.
University Tallahassee,
29. Tt is expected to be e fruitful program and represented his institution Despite the poor showing of the adversary the

the sponsors are hopeful that scout leaders will here last weekend __ fans had a good time meeting old acquaintances and:
when he returned to his
be present. Emphasis will be placed on the cub Alma mater DePauw University rJi Just plain letting down their hats.EveryboiJy;, seemingly

scouting program. as a special was happy and at tikes very few seemed to be

Scout Stevens doesn't know it yet but his father guest during the inauguration i watching the game. "The Georgians had not defeated
of Dr. William E.
who is ,one of the best neighborhood commissioners the Rattlers since 1951 and with the reputationof
Kerstetter, new presi- Y.
has stated that he just Bight let him attend the dent of DePanw. n E f the Rattlers no one had an inkling that Morris

National Jamboree. As part of the inaugural Brown had a chance, especially after their loss to
ceremony, an aca-
Speaking of the Jamboree. Scouts who plan to attend demic procession was Bethune-Cookman and their young coach ".SrutE"Powell"
FAMU WOMEN'S CONGRESS-Members of the Florida A&if University Women's
should pay their initial fee as soon as con- conducted in which who doubtless, could match the skill of
marched all alumni of Congress:: recently elected officers of the organization shown here with
venient. We only have a quota of 60 boys and head coach Galtlier and who has thus fur piloted t
DePauw who are university Miss Edna M. Calhoun. the University's dean of women. Seated in front
places for 9 boys in our Division. The date for presidents. Dr. his team to second place berth among the small
with Miss Calhoun is Miss Chrisita Davis
president of the Ifomen's Con-
the National Jamboree is July 12-26, 1964. The Gore, marching in the con eges.

procession, was assignedhis gress for 1963-64. Standing behind them
train will leave Thomasvllle, Georgia on July 12, left to right, are: Lillian Yet, it was a good day. Not a cloud appeared in
position on the
returning July 25. The total fee is $205. A fee of basis of the date when Patricia James, New Smyrna Beach, recording secretary; Karen Buggs, Jacksonville the sky and all came dressed in their array of

$25 l's due now, and payable at the scout office. Florida AtM Universitywas treasurer; Phyllis Johnson, Miami, first vice president: and colors to celebrate homecoming.Parties and socials

This fee is not refundable should the applicant founded.The Geneva Knowles, Deerfield Beach, chaplain. Miss Davis is from Ft. Pierce. galore were held during the evening and a goodly
Inauguration of Dr.
decide not to attend. Payment of the reoainder is Kerstetter as Depauw's Dr. H. E. Finley Recent Appointment Tampan ElectedTo number attended the Alumni Ball. Practically all

as follows: December 1, $60; March l, $60 and June newest president, was TALLAHASSEE -- Dr of the beautiful homes were crowded with friends
marked by a brilliantarray Receives Doctorate Charles U. Smith head Editorship
J, $60. .""',. ,. and well-wishers. Over at Freshman Lodge, the
of ceremonies on of Department of Soci-
We have had only three scouts In the history of Saturday.October 12. The 1it'1--; : '% ology at Florida A&M f ant Morris Brown alumni and friends gathert"(., and even

our Division to attend a National Jamboree and we academic procession included University was recently they had a good time. Coach Powell attended the
college presi- named to membership on
are anxious to send several, boys this year.Chances affair and no one seemed to be dismayed over the
dents or their representatives the Florida Advisory

are that the council will help to finance the way from leading Planning Council on loss. In fact, the conversations were centered

of all deserving boys. institutions of higher Mental Health.At around supporting the team by helping to find
education throughout the the first meetingof

,United States. Ijj" the council follow- ; prospects for next season.

ing his confirmation by This week the Rattlers meet Tennessee A and I at

:..: ORGANIZATIONSThe Bill i Doggett Set the governor of the Nashville. This team defeated Morris Brown and Just
state, he was electedto _

organizations are meeting frequently, and For Nov. 16 FAMU serve on the organi- v might offer some competition for the Rattlers. At

1i zation's steering com- least, they had enouth scouts in the stadium to
atleast they are .giving the members somewhere to Alumni Dance mittee. TALLAHAsSEE Fla. -
watch the This be a test for the
go. What a pity, we can't get a list of their TALLAHASSEE -- The Fla. A&M Dean (FAMU) Miss Ruby Lee game. game may

meeting dates and programs in order that we might Florida A&M University Dr. Henry Eugene Finley To Join'Study Thompson an 18-year old Rattlers. If not, we will see you in Tampa at a

Alumni Association will associate professor and senior English major game with Central State on November 2.... .....
print a schedule and there won't much
be so OVEr-
Team To
benefit chairman of the IndiaDr. from Tampa has been
sponsor a dance Depart- The honorable Leroy Johnson gave a good account
lapping. Last week, I had four meetings in one featuring Bill Doggettand ment of Economics at elected editor of the
of himself on Thursday night in the Lee Audi-
night ....The Seventh Annual PTA Workshop will be his Hammond Organ Florida ASM University PAMUAN Florida A&M University -
Group In Tallahassee was forded the Ph.D. student news- torium. The audience was composed of people from
at Nims Junior High School on Saturday morning
Saturday evening degree in Economics at paper. the city and one wonders what happened to the
beginning at 8:30 p.m. a fine program has been November 16. the 1963 Summer School Scheduled to graduatein
0. many students who should have been inspired to see
June. 1964 Miss
planned..Arnette Greene, local insurance agent The famed Bill Doggett commencement at the Uni-
Hammond organ stylist, versity of Indiana Thompson was graduatedfrom this young man who really represents the ambitionof
met with the Association of Business and Profes-
Middleton Senior
will appear with vocal- Bloomington, Ind. His VS modern youth. The event was dubbed "Community
sional Women....Some one should advise this groupto ists Betty St. Clair and area of specialization High School, Tampa and
Awakening CruHde" and spearheaded by Father
entered the Tallahassee
serve as an auxiliary to the Business League... Billy Garner at the Leon .as Economic Theory and
County Fair Ground fol- Money and Banking.He institution in 1961. She David H. Brooks and Samuel A. Hunter.There is nose
The beautiful secretaries serving in the various
is the daughter of Mrs.
lowing the FAMU graduated from FAMU
versus doubt to whether this alone will do
as program
schools will meet on the campus, Nov.t-2. At the Southern University game 'with 'greatest distinc- Addie Thompson of 1109

same time, the Seventh Annual Juvenile Court Law Officers of the FAMU tion"'in 1952 and earned Harrison Street Tampa. the job, but it was a grand effort and the leadersare

and Procedure General Alumni Associa- the II.B.A. degree from Recipient of the most to be complimented on this endeavor and those
Forum will convene in the CollegeLaw.
tion, the Indiana University in Outstanding Freshman
Six Judges will appear on the program including affair are sponsoring;Atty. CharlesF. 1957 and the M.A. degree Melvin 0. Alston, Award during her fresh- that they contemplate for the future. Let us get

the Assistant Director of the Federal Wilson Pensacola from the same in- dean of the School of man year at FAMU, Miss together; again soon. Who knows, one day the citizens -

president G.W. stitution in 1959. Education at Florida AtM Thompson has a cumula- and
; Conoly just might aiaken find themselves twenty
Bureau of Investigation. Any program discussion on has been in-
Tallahassee executive Among research projects tive average of 3.5. Active -
Juvenile delinquency should be well attended. You secretary; Willis Murray that he has completedwas vited to be a member of in student affairs five years behind the times.On .

a team of 15 American she is a member of the the social side it has been announced that
Miami first
are invited..The community is making plans for vice presi- one titled "Some
dent; Herman W. Landers. Aspects of Indian Economic university deans and Alpha Kappa Alpha) sorority Miss Daisy M. Williams is engaged to marry Willie
the North Florida Fair which will make its annual presidents who will the
Tallahassee second vice Planning." From Baptist
t debut about November 29. The only booth manned by president; Mrs. Sue K. 1952 to 1956. Dr. Finley study in depth India's Union and serves as a J. McKinney, an Army Sergeant. She is the daughterof

Russell served in the U.S. Institutions which pre- justice of the Student Mrs. Oscar Williams, a graduate of Linooln High
people of color will be handled by the Sigma.... FAMU. recording Army,
pare teachers.A Honor Court. She is alsoa
Persons looking for something to do are Invitedto secretary; Mrs. T. I. being stationed part of native of Norfolk. class representativeto School and the A and M University. We will remember -
Lang Tallahassee trea- the time in Alaska. He
visit the Dade Street Center and adults de- surer; Dr. Carrleaae G. attained the rank of Va. and currently a the Student Govern- her as a product of the American LelioDpJ"OlI'am

member of the National ment Association memberof for people-----Also is Miss
first lieutenant young engager
Marquess FAMU. record-
siring to better their education are urged to attend -
Committee to the Literary Guild
Miles FAMU. chaplain; his separation from the Doris sneed, daughter of Mrs. Lily Soeed Will lass.
the Lincoln High Evening School. service. the Peace Corps. Dr. and a pledgee of Alpha
E.E. Carr, FAMU,sergeant
Alston has accepted the Kappa Mu. National Honor She is en instructor at the Griffin School and a
Prior to
at-arms; H.E. Tookes, coming to FAMU
FAMO, publicity directorand to teach in 1959. he invitation to go on the Society. graduate of A and H. Her spouse to be will be

SID Atty. Alphonso McGee taught at Indiana University study tour scheduled During her years as an Shady, Richardson. Ill, also an Army Sergeant Our
f or the month of underclassman. Miss
PFAHt/ivQNOW FAMO. parliamentarian. and at Indiana c
.t Central College Indian- November and sponsored Thompson was SGA repre- best wishes to both of these young ladles who exemplify -
Officers Election sentative for both her
., apolis. by the American Association the best type of womanhood In our city. .. ..
j freshman and 4
of Colleges for sophomore
USE The son of Mrs. Alma
Sstker's"SAVE Is Held By Wade and the Rev. GeraldE. Teacher Education. The classes, associate Justice -

a Finley of Palm Beach. tour has as its purpose of the honor court The Big Three OR WRF1
Women* Club member of the Student
s Dr. Finley is a memberof the broadening of the
IT"SA the American Economic participants' under- Handbook committee anda
Members of the Florida Association and is standing of the demands member of the FAMUAN
active -
A&M University Faculty in Alpha Phi placed on hlgneo educa- and RATTLER (yearbook) -
..... .... Women's Alpha -
k ErtWc *ww for m4 Club recently tion in this country for staffs. F :
fraternity. A tennis and -
.m- prefectUM iaig..d t. hip prevent tk.* held their monthly meet- hobbies include
.! ...;, fcytr ........r.. .tp h.ct.ri. ." ing in the golf livesat promoting international Her
< 4.-' <.....t for br..kig4 tfcU* 535 Palm Beach St. understanding and assisting writing poetry, reading
SAVE if ed"t.....tki..p 1s pn4Mt dsip.d Lodge on campus. Tallahassee and his India in its debating, and conversing Rsii_
t. rmtr. MtvrcJ .ih, ..*. ........ fc..wty .n4 New officers of the hometown address is 805 educational development., In Spanish, which she
.'"*..... ** v.rtia| tX.". .tv"" ,.. Ii'...ti hair club are: Mrs. Blanche 19th Street, West Palm Dr. M.D. Williams dean speaks rather fluently, 1410Oi
Ut. lU reel *WiM.'i Crvwmbs CUry. Mlchens, president; Miss of the School of Educa- with her friends. The

AT LEADING COSMETIC COUNTERS Sandra Williams, vice Beach.Woman Called tion at Tennessee A&I versatile coed plays the -

If your dtater docs not have"SAVE IT,send$1.00 for president; Miss Lonnye State University Nashville trombone and 'loves Your
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Wildcats 24-16 Defeat Star's Life Chronicled Hayes; 3 TDs

I. .. Over Tigers Cops 3rd ClassicGATOR Paces A & M's

BOWL -- In a workhorse Cecil Mc- 13 for another score.

similar fashion which Clendon plunged over for Perkins passed to Sammy Homecoming Win

has given their supporters the second TD to bring Cromer for the extra.

goose-pimples during the score to 12-0. points. Benedict 16.
TALLAR/lSSEE--ibrlc 1 100-yard dash cheapion Robert
*the past two years. Tigers' signal caller Bethune 12.
Coach Cy McClairen's Nathaniel Perkins fired The Wildcats' Harvin Hayes 3 TDs set th e pace for Florida A&M's 66-0

Bethune-Cookman Wildcats up his club on a 6-yarol grabbed a punt and onslaught over hapl >ss Morris Brown during their
gamely staged a come- flip to little Ben Wesley scampered for 22 and 5 a
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annual homecoming hen last Saturday. ...... .. ..
from-behind more on two attempts be-
battle to to BC s 42 and hit
outscore rival Benedict Wesley again on an all- fore 'old faithful' Mc- The far-superi. for pay dirt.

24-16 in the third annual the way-sprint. BC-12. Clendon tore through Gaitber-coached Rattlt rs The Rattlers first

Classic played last Benedict. from the 23 to setup the scored their touchdow ns score came via a 19yardTullis

4 Saturday night here. The Tigers added 2 more third TD. Bethune 18, from nearly every cat )- to D BSO& pass.

And with the climax of points when they nailed Benedict 16. gory in the book including .,- Hayes three scoring gems
their third Another 22-yard punt intercepte d followed. Fred Miller
setto. the Sheffield trying to pass
Wildcats' victory skein from his end zone. return was ade by, end w passes passes fumble sand Intercepted a Morris

remains Intact. Now fired up. the visi-, Jerry Simmons'to his own : : via power plays. Brown pass to score un-

The Wildcats continuedto tors continued their onslaught 48 and Harvin iced the Romping Bob snagged a i molested. Tullls passedto

dominate the play when their own contest by going all- 27-yard pass from home- Robinson for a score

when the visitor's Chandler returned 0 the-way on the next play towner Jim Tullis for and halfback Bobby Felts

punter received a poor kickoff to the Wildcats. to bring the final his first tally. His scored on 50 and 87

snap from center, fumbled 23, then knifed 10-yards score. .Bethune 24. second came on the 62 yard spurts. Tullls also

with the Cats recoveringon through the defenses. Benedict 16. year burst and the* scored for the 10.

the enemy's 5. BC/ s Perkins burst from the t..f.f........... final was a 3-yard slasJti Grabbling Preps

Mil SkrttdFor Negroes Stir Hunters Urged To Pistons Drop In Defense

Top Study Game Laws -;,;: Walter Dukes ; Of Cage Crown

NEW YORK Former major if. Once one of the bin The Graabline Tigers ran
hunters are reminded to a +w 'L
league star Jackie Robinson stars of the National
study the 1963-64 hunt- i through their first week
will become chief of FRANCISCO (ANP) I\ "" ..,; ><. #. Basketball Association .
ing regulations and to < ,
the New York State Athletic Negro center Stan Max ; ;'''.'.''* '/ l1ig' Walter Dukes, o f basketball practicew

Commission, the Associated -' well led the attack for check their hunting <. ,' former Seton Hall All; ith Coach Fred Hobdy
fields before "
Negro Press the Los Angeles Blades I American last week wai 3
native or migratory pi 'edicting
game '
learned. authorativelylast as the Blades rallied to released on waivers b:: j.the
birds and animals. A ww: title chase in
week.. The Job pays defeat the San Francisco : Detroit Pistons. fi ttibg
few minutes of study and "
$20. 475 a year. Seals 3 goals to 2. in GARNERS ANOTHER TIRST-A recent one-hour NBC---TV Special titled *'A Dukes who was once on e tht ; Southwestern AthleticCon
After Gov. Nelson Rocke- the opening game of the checking can prevent of the leading rebound, feratce.
embarrassment later, according Man fUDed Mays centered around the San Francisco Giants' centerfie1der
feller held a conference Western Hockey League's ers in the NBA, did no: t 'anbling is the de-
with Jackie, a source season here last week. to A.D. Aldrich Willie Mays is still getting raves from sports experts and fans who witnessed report to the Pistons
director. ,Game and FreshWater '\i font ling league champion
close to the governor's After rifling a shot the spectacular's showing. Termed by many baseball men as the training camp thillfall.
mansion reported that the' past Seals goalie Bob Fish Commission.Each but Hobdy claiM that he
greatest all-around player in the history of the game the presentation
two, discussed the subject -. Perreault late in the season a number of Walt had been wit) i is m Inns the potential
second hunters violate the chronicled Mays' major league career from the time he broke in during the the pistons since ,
of Robinson taking quarter to tie 1957;
the at wildlife regulations and 1951 season and was, named "Rookie of the Yearto his last game of the when for early contention.The .
,over the chairmanship of. score 2-all Max- they acquired hit ain
the commission toward the well came up with a game are apprehended by the current season.Nigerians. a straight playelr: Tigers were riddledby

end of this year from winning assist with only Florida Wildlife Of- deal with the t.4 ell gra 'duatioa and it will
Gen. Melvin L. Kriele- 19 minutes and 21 sec- ficers. Some violationsare Get Football ScoresPrep Minneapolis Lakern in
requlx 'e special potions
intentional, while
witch. onds remaining on the exchange for La.rrj
The report stated that clock. He passed to Norm others may be victims of Top U.S. Pilot Faust. of magi c to find replacements -
the governor has reQuested Johnson who poked the not being familiar with He had b is best season : tor All-American

Republican of- puck pass Perreault for the hunting regulations.Dove WASHINGTON One of Howard 25. .. .. . .. .. .. .. .. Stanton 12 with the Pistons in ,
Hex-shell west fc t Calhoun -
ficials in his administration -. the deciding goal. hunters should be the 'winningest track Parramore 18. ... ... .. .. .... .. Northwestern 15 1 95 9 60. when he.,.
to find a new Also figuring largelyin careful: to see that coaches in American high averaged 15.2 points: Tc wale Rowens andJbbby

Job for Gen. Krielewitchso the Blades victorywas their fields meet the schools Marshall Lincoln 6. . . .. .. .. .. ..Central 0 per game and.snared 883 Ric (s.

that Jackie a Rocke- their other tan star standard established by "Datey" Brown left FAliU 36. .. ..... .. ... . .. .Rosenwald 20 rebounds. His best rebounding -

feller .booster, may take Canadian-born Willie state .and es.Aldrich federal game'agenci the U.S. last week for Jones 85..|. ... .. ... .... .....Campbell St<0 season '.as in Hobdy a. units that the
over the boxing Job. O'Ree. who was particu- Nigeria where he will 1960-61 when he snared Tigers are sot earmarked

'The governor himself is larly impressive on the said that dove organize track and field Douglas Anderson 27..Ftanton Voc. 0 1.028. for a bay e-not season.

said to be anxious to fast break. and other migratory game events for the Western

have, Robinson in his of.- The Seals are trying to birds may be taken regional government of CoHtft Football Tigers Set Record

ficial family. Rockefeller land O'Ree via the trade during the open. season that ,West African jia- s.. *.
'reportedly feels route, and his playing over standing crops, tion. 'Edward e Waters53.r : v ': :... .. ... .. ... ... Vorhees 0'

that Robinson's' high here last week showed flooded standing crops, Brown took a one ,.ear's Bethu 1e-Cookman 24.. .. ..... ... ... .Benedict 16 DBIMAP%. s. C.--Edward Haters freebai m'Q arter-

prestige would give a why. He skated and flooded harvested croplands leave of absence from Florida A&M 66. ... .. .. .. .Morris Rrown 0
boost to boxing currently grain crops his coaching duties at back, Charles Lee Fox. se' t a record fox games between
passed well throughoutthe shucked Florida State U. 0...... ..... ..Miss. Southern 0
under attack in game. properly on the Plainfield N.j. High EWC and Vorhees Col loge last Sati Jrday when

this state. field where grown or School at the requestof Florida U. 21 .. ... .. .. .. .,.Vanderbilt 0 he
hit a team-mate
with a Ix-touchdown passes to
grains found scattered the U.S. State De- W. Va. State 20.. ... .. .. ... .. ... ...-Bluefield 0
Dr. P. R. PALM solely as the result of partment. He will be pace the Tigers to a 5S 1-0 win over Vorhees.

:normal agricultural J.c. Smith 43....... ........... ...Delaware St. J4
stationed in Ibadan. one Ranked sixth in the nat ;ion by the Nt \IC, theTigers'
Acute and Chronic Diseases planting or harvesting. of the largest cities in N. C. MT 25 ........ ..... .. .. ..Maryland St. it
field general scored a TD himsel 'f OB an
Medical I plus Manuel I 'Corrective t i Migratory game birds Africa.He Virginia Union 22.. .. .. ........ Winston-Salem 14
may not be taken by the is the third Ameri- optional play. He hit Jan yes Butler witl 1 three
r Healing Therapies Colonic Irrigations aid of baiting.or huntedon Shaw 13. .. .:. .. . .. Elizabeth City 8
can track and field scoring gems Dale Fields scored OB a F 'ox 30-

or over any baited representative to go to Dillard 20. .. . .. .. .. .. Alabama St. R
Phone EL 3-1940 area. yarder and all SEAC end Iv! ery Black gat'hei red ina

Nigeria under the Ameri- Morgan State 53. .. .. . .. Howard. D.C. 8
35-yard Fox flipper to scot
totters Loud can specialist programof e.
1120 N. Myrtle AveNext the State Depart Southern U. 17. .. .. .. ... Jackson State 16

Door To Dixie PharmacyYou State's New ment. Albany State 43. . .. . .. Livingstone 6 INDEPENDENT OIL COMPANY

The Nigerian governmenthad Tenn. State 16._. ......... ... ..;. Central St. 7
Om't Have To Go To Town To Get Safety Lows requested an Ameri- MECHANIC () l IS DUTY
Rust 14. . . . . .. .. Lane 8
can coach for each of .
Ike Joseph ----------- -- ------Proprintor
its three major regionsto Prarie View 28. .. .. .. .. .. .. ._.Grambling 7
: LOW PRICES fishermen and State and Jefferson; Streets El 6-943 2
boaters may look forwardto assist in organizingIts Tex. Southern 38... .. .. .. ...Alcom A&M 22
athletic programs. --I
v--; more active enforce-

... On Your ment of the boating Norman Two white Lumian coaches(stationed, Pro FootballCleveland ..f $J: :WH4 p 1I t M N A D UMGO
safety laws Florida'srivers
'DRUG STORE NEEDS, lakes and in Enngu) and David

Youngblade (in Lagos) 37. .... .. ..... .....Philadelphia 7
Trade With Your Neighhoitood Drug Store streams as personnel of
tY > the Game and Fresh Water preceded Brown to Pittsburgh 38 ... ... .. .... .. .. Washington 27
Fish Commission completean Baltimore 25. . .. . . .,Detroit 21
Brown has been
,'f we Deliver-To also Fill All Doctor's Prescriptions enforcement training a
teacher and head track New York 37 .. . .. ... .. ... ..Dallas 21 Tee
program sponsored by the mTEElliRf

;:': Dixie Pharmacy Florida Boating Council. coach at the Plainfield San Francisco 20.... .. ... .. ....... .. Chicago 14
High School since 1954.
T..- According to the Coa- In 1958-59 his teams won Green Bay 30. .. .. . .. .. .St. Louis 7

.% 1362 Kins in it t Myrtle ',NIl Blsslon 0.s E.assistant Frye selected director -- 17 trophies and placed Los Angeles 27.,. .. ..... .:.. ..... .Minnesota 24

*#..: Phoais ELiii 5-5597-98 officers from the second in cross-country. Boston 40.. .. .. . .. .. ... .Denver 21

,t ._____ Commission's five regions championships.Last Houston 28. ..... ... .. ... .. ... ..Buffalo 14 ,
year his teams won

PAY YIII LIGHT, WATEE AM TEIEPH8KE are attending the the national interscholastic Oakland 49..... ...... ... .... .. ... ..New York 26 I -
training school and will ,
: BILLS AT III STilE serve as instructors for indoor cham San Diego 38..:. ... .....*. .....Kansas City 17 I."
pionship.A .
other personnel on a regional s
and statewide graduate of Virginia
State College (1940 B. SAYf
level. Student officers rr
A.), Brown received his
are receiving instructions -
aster's from ColumbiaIn
in all phasesof
1947. He has com-
the boat safety laws.
i pleted work on a doc-
boat registration and
torate's degree at New
Federal boating, laws.
York University with
Frye said. We feel
the exception of writing
that an accelerated program
his tbeHs.WATCH .
of boating safety '

education and law enforcement -
'; on the more

remote inland waters 5 -19-57 .

LEARN A TRADE will help reduce boating 33 &151& giJ
; accidents 'and promote a

li Six Shut Malls That safer boating record for 1 0 : k

Florida. Many of 5 2 \ -

Will It IEMEFKIAL Florida's inland watersare .
unavailable to all 8 s

Fir i LIFETIME to all but the smaller It-a-Ii

JACKSONVILLERAilER boats with Halted 28807
; 37 \iz
horsepower motors. In
> 8oB.tiM.s He's mp
COLLEGE INC. many instances it is SOBttiB H.. down m
these smaller boats that '
Be adds, aabtractafit "
x630 DAVIS ST. at Bav r contribute heavily to
aroeadCOMIX9 1.
Air Ciilitiui* boating accidents because ,
1IIX of Inadequate -ATTUCTIOXS Beef at its Best

JICISII1ILLE FlIIIIA safety equipment." I' 13-57-44


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]1. ,: J f Sweetfield Choir Sorority To Cite Program PrincipalMINISTER Mt. Zion Nurses Aides Muskate TM MansofnpfeW

,, Observes 51st AME Church Elect OfficersThe At# SwetiiU

SI"jlOONK i ::: Anniversary MondayWith NAACP SundayAlpha -Southside- Nurses Aid Class of Sweetfield Baptist Cavrcfa
) participants Gamma Chapter of b &. Bolden School elected will be the scene of a
UNDER Ii4 ;rJ. representing some of the Phi Delta'Iappa has com- Allen Christian Endeavor officers recently for
Musical e-Tea iaiday -
16 AbMITIED l'11q city's major churches. pleted plans for their League will celebrate ACE the 1963-64 term.
Choir 1 of Sweetfield Sunday. Oct. 27 annual League Day Sunday in Mt. The new slate includes: in the MHtttoriM of

I Baptist Church will observe forum which Is scheduled Zion AME Church (South- Mrs. !(.L. Williams the churck Rev. B. B.

its 51st anniversary to begin at 4 P.O. at side). president; J. Porter,
Monday, Oct. 21 Walker's College.The tI Services will begin with vice president; Miss E.- Barnes, pater.
at 8 p.m. in the church presentation this Sunday School at 9:30 a. Coleman, secretary; Miss. The program follows:
auditorium. j .a. with the current officers J. Patterson finance
year is being held in I Opening hy-; acriptw*.
Participating choirs cooperation with the in charge. secretary; Mrs. G. Coleman -
will I Morning worship is Brother Howard 8ii.>ocia-
Include: Macedonia Jax Branch of the NAACP treasurer; Mrs. E.
Dayspring Evergreen, under the theme 'The scheduled to begin at Holliman, business vocatiOB, Rev. JiiM Bee ...,.-
Redeem Fmanuel, Palmer Revolution of 1963." 11 a.m. with the Youth manager; Mrs. J. Sapp,
phy; sea ectiOlt; latrodaotioa -
Grove, Little Rock. Mrs. and its impact upon the Choir of New St. James assistant manager; Mrs.A. .
"ILOOD NDRSI SON Juanita Alexander will educational, religious AME Church participating Ray, chaplain and of Bistreee of eere-
W. Coleman of
DU TY ALSO Introduce Mrs. Ella Jones social and economic life First Born Church of the In the processional.. Mrs A.M. Hughes, re moniesMrs. aNte J.BolMy
The service schedule
AMBOLJJCE "JACK THE Mistress of ceremoniesand in relation to peoples Living God. assistant to follows: : porter. -- by Miss Doaaie Laefcriatet;

FEAST"STM NG BY RIPPER"i i will the be welcome given by address Mrs. moral Panelists responsibilities.will be Mrs. Rider Flax Howard, pastor Call to worship. Edward St. Luke BaptistChurch welcome address Miss
will give short f
a Brooks selection,
Novel Williams. A.R. Annie Mae McIntosh, brief address ; hymnal Services Willie E. Nelseer.
Clark Jr. will offer the Friday Linda Harris; prayer
counselor at Darnell- night Oct. 25 during the Response, J Miss frreedolyn
STRAND St Charles Merritt: selection -
Brtmg Swidayuf1aj1 response.Rev. Cookman
; 'Talent Scout" programat Sunday's services will
D.B. Barnes pastor Girardeau, Rev. E. choir; announcements Watson; siei ectl08, ofcoir
New St. James AME Juanita Smith open with Sunday Schoolat
will serve as host. J. Rivers, pastor of Mrs.
Church. Mrs. Rovena Dinner will be served 9:30 a.m. with Deacon 2 SweetfiJdreadi&g
M-G-I N. APARTMENT FOR RENT Rbeneezer Methodist .Hughes is sponsor Rev. following morning wor- Walker West Sr..superin Jessie Starks; selection,

D { 1HS Nicely furs ,p t. for :'Church who will serveas *B.L. Davis is host pas- ship. tendent and teachersin serving choir>> ; solo, Mrs.
moderator and Soror
T' tor. Jacqueline Baxter and charge.The .
working couple. No Annette Girardeau Viola Tate; offering,
Clarence Anderson will a.m. worship
children. $10-$15 wkly. NAACP" "Mother of the Precinct 42-B preside over the ACE service will be precededby Deacon Frank Bellay;

EL 3-0942 after 6 p.m.DON'fT Year. Voters League League meeting at 5 p.m. devotions under supervision selection, Choir 3; pre -
fir A musical program will At 7 p.m., Juanita Smith of the deacons -
: FRNdIEAVALON( TRADE YOUR CAR also be presented.The Meets Oct. 28 and Clarence Anderson Rev. M.J. Trowell sentatloas, Mrs., Pris-

Chapter held its Precinct 42-B's pastor will deliver the cilla Holsey remark,
Voters will be presented in ;
HARIETTE HARTLEY LLOYD BOf( jflERli 3RIN THATCHER. Have It Reconditioned At October meeting in the League will hold its their 'Command Performance'recital message. Deacon W.o. Sinclair
home of Soror
PLUS EDDIE BLAND MOTORS Maggie regular monthly session in

RAY Carter following closeof MondayOct. 28 at 8 p.m. which they will performa OLD RALEIGH IS BACK AGAIN !
Pay As Little As an active business in Philadelphia Baptist dnet. _Talente' !!jyoung

$5.00 Per Month sessionA Church, Rev. R.I. Nor- pianist William TaylorJr. ..IA1t.4 '. 'Tf"v
"THE MAN WITH THE spirited discussion. : q.. LA_' < ;1 ,
man president, an- will be their ac- t.... '"it: tN'i.9., -
t. 655 W. Adams St. concerning the recent nounced.
X RAlf EYES" j demonstration companist. )Iii lies
EL 4.1151 by the All Precinct..members Barbara DeVeaux and June
NAACP ensued and the and those wishing to secure Williams will co-narrate_

I organization was com- membership in the the program.'!he program's
BEflVI-R STREET: SEAFOODS mended for the efficientand League are urged to at- .theme is, "No Man is an-
orderly manner un- tend. Mrs. Rosanna Island."
Headgu !larter for t :the Finest and Freshest Seafood Available derwhich the demonstration Quarterman is League. re Featured soloists will
2677 W. BEA HR _WES T OF McDUFF AVE. EV 8-2635 was carried out.A porter. be Anita Carr and Cathe-

Neither 5 norm Nor I Mail Nor Hurricane Bothers Us.We Have letter of apprecia- rine Ifosley and guests ..-.

Plenty Pie nty Fish at Ridiculous Prices-The Quality It Is There II donation tion along with a Annual Program artists will be the out-. Yes..By Public Demand....RALEIGH WAOilNWON
-Come and Get'em was sent to standing Tonnettes Trio.
I the organization. District 11 and 28 of With 35 years of Dry Cleaning Experience....
Recital hostesses will
THURS.-FRI 1t SAT. SPECIALS-OPEN FRI & SAT. from 7 A.M. to 7 P.M. Zion Hope Baptist Church Is now located at Jax Cleaners & Laaadry
Address Labels Joyce Grant Sherrie
will observe their joint Weston, Delorls Fulton 1108 Broad Street El 58975RALEIGH'
THE ST OK WILL AMAZE TOO SHRIMP FRYING SIZE LB. 79* j BF MO DPR N! personalize anniversary Tuesday Oct.
Barbara Fulton, Lynette
JUMBO your letters and pack- 29 in the church audit -
Paulin, Judy McClain, Leaves Your clothes without odor a with lasers...
SHRIMP with La- a
FRESH ages personal .
MEDIU II LB. 49* OCEAN SHRIMP LB. 98* a ri u m Sylvia Williams and .
bels. Saves time for Individual A program featuring FREE PICKUP & DII.IVftRYJAX :
TftlSH ClAW CfcAB MEAT, Lb......>>.ID j Vivian McCrary.
DOI .LAR SALE FRESH WHITE CRAB MEAT U. ..,........JJJJHH I or business wellknown, gospel singing
ClAW CRAB NNGERS. P.r C.. ......$1JO mailings. Has many uses. groups and individualswill Sewing Circle CLEANERS AND LAUNDRY
IRfH WATER CATFISH. l1. ...............49. About V x 1" in size. be presented. SundayOne 1108 BROAD ST. EL 5-1375
II ........., Program
SHRIMPBOAT 1HITINQ..4 I JLBS. $ FRESH CAUGHT SMC. TROUT LB .55c Name, address, city and
RED SNAPPER Ge.., L& ............5SeSALT AnnouncementMrs.
of the city's
..,........... state on gummed label
WATEJ .& BREAM.......4 LBS.
............ ,
KING CRAB CLAWS. 12-Os. '11_ I9 500 for only 5P*. Send Irene Baggs is inviting oldest organizations
SHE&EHE4D.............4; LBS. Li KING Cwi CRAB.Hi.r CLAWS*r Las, .In Ik 10 Ik...:.Gray. .Nana.... ..$1.10 coin or $1 for 1000 to:: all Girl Scouts the Pansy Blossoms Sew- Southside Rambler
FRESH CA ,DCHT OR011..4 LBS. 11 DAINTY LITTLE LOBSTER TAILS. IB .......$1.1 J. Herndon; Box 2543 and Brownies to be ing Circle, will observe -
Ii MEO. SIZE RED BASS IB. .... ..............4S. W.A.S. Dept. 3 Tallahassee guests at the annual its 46th anniversary -
PAN PIe J.e1'x' FRESH CAUCHT FLOUNDER LI..4$< Florida Women's Day program SUn- Sunday, Oct. 27 5415 Phillips Highway

day, Oct. 27 at 3 p.m. in St. John Baptist
in St. Paul AME Church. .Church. Oakley and Bear-
din Streets.

$65 wk.-Jobs Waiting FREE TV IN EVERY ROOM
Tickets Sent-M&M Agcy. 741Ji} W. Ashley-Jax. Fla.

210 Post Ave.Westbury. For Reservations, Call


Furnish Room for Singleman Royal Crown.
$7.50 wkly. Call '
354-5339. Cola

Sound Service for Ad-
vertising Dances. Ball LIVE IN MAIDS Willie "Bubber" B.II
Games, etc. Also Loud

Speaker Service for MAID Jobs. $35-$55 wk. will gla4iy sane nil

Banquets, Conceits, Fare advanced. Mallory
R eco rd Hops etc.

EL 3-5902 SOUND SERVICE Agency,-Lynbrqok, N.Y. 64-: Model, RamblersNOW .



Business is Order Now at Reduced Prices

Indiyidaals-F amil, Groups-Clubs





Dial EL 4.1894 5415 Phillips Hiwoy

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Be .Sure to Clip Coupon Below: ., -

Proofl!!: Smart Women Know Where to Shop-Save! MOTLEY ENTERPRISES

Edgewood Super Market

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OF ANY with $5.00 food order 19

:j fl ROAST 49t I.. HortJm Ham Alaska 0. S. 8 1 WDHE PORK! SALE
f SHEET UPEM! 1 to. 39C 16 I .

( 225 LAURA ST. One Coupon TANGERINES 29C vttk $5.00 f foal order TURKEY ... MCI-s

Per Pair f .

STEAK lb. 69C
I MIX Yip TURKEY 7 is. SllUtIBS k

....-- j APPLES 39$ t Ibbat 12 OL Bex 5C TAILS $1.00 SUES De t.

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