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RALPOH. N. Cs SATURDAY, JANUARY U, IM4
~ STAY THE EVIL HAND!
Ex-Mayor Enloe Makes
Bid For A Senate Seat
William G. Enloe, 61. former City
Councilman and mayor of Raleigh,
who reUrtdj-from the council •In
1963, announced last Friday that
he would seek a seat In the State
Senate. Her* are excerpts from his
announcement:
“Ha' mg made a study of the
political aspects in our District,
and after discussing the possibility
of my candidacy for the State Se
nate with many of my friends
throughout th District, I have de
rided to become a candidate for
this office, subject to the Demo
cratic Primary next May.
“My record is well-known as a
Raleigh Councilman for the pest
ten years, end as mayor during six
of those years My candidacy for
the Senate a baaed on that record,
with but one excepton. If elected.
1 shall be serving all the people of
Wakf and Chatham Counties in
tend of just the people Os Hnlcigh.
Aiuiottfii my experience in
city government in Raleigh
waa a severe teat of judgment
-and understanding, I have
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It. Frank Ellis Ricilvti
Mu ty a I of Om a h.a.A wa r d
2rt**nughtT^ls?ulHS*^l*lT!!s«ta^!^!Hs!s
. "WASHINGTON D.C. VS. Navy UwUrnnt Frank xl JUUa,
(ascond from last) who lost hi* leg* In an aircraft accident la
2666 and courageously rehabilitated himaaif In a aueotoaful effort
to ratum to actlvo military duty, waa presented th* Mutual rt
Omaha public service award in Washington recently.
BB* award, emulating' of
B.W and a plaque, waa ap-
MWftd by the company'* board
«f dtractor* during a *«rtu of
•Mfttlnga bald In lh« naUon’a
Preaentatlon waa mad*
by Dr. Charles W. Mayo (left)
«t Rochester, Minn, and Lt.
Out (ret) Jama* H. DooUttls,
vmXW (aecood from right).
Both a rift Mutual of Omaha
bftard member* and member* of
tbft company 1 * aararda com-
Mlttec.
In thft citation, Y.jr. skutt,
(right) chairman of th« board
and president of Mutual of
Omaha, paid tribute to Lt Kilts,
who waa critically injured when
he refused to ball out of Ms
crippled jet fighter until he
guided the aircraft away from
a populated area near Print
Kuna, Calif.
"we are presenting this
award to Lt Kill*," Skutt aid.
"for this Instinctive heroic
maneuver which resulted In the
less of both Mgs; for hi* •elf
motivation in restoring hi* Use
so, da to hft uaeful to btmaelf,
hi* famlfy, aad the community;
and Ms contribution a* a symbol
of encouragement to every per
son whose life may he affected
by sens stcloisas or Injury."
Maj. Oen. (rat.) Melvin J.
Mess, chairman of ths President
found the challengee of pub*
Hies brought corresponding
compenaatlona and rich re
wards of personal satisfac
tion. I believe the experience I
have gained makes me better
qualified to serve a* State
Senator.
“I am deeply grateful to all
thoee who have supported me In
my previous campaigns and to all
those who have so graciously and
generously offered their support
during my forthcoming campaign
for the Btats Senate.’’
EVERS’ ALLEGED
KILLER TO BE
TRIED MONDAY
JACKSON. Mias. (ANF) The
trial of Byron de la Beckwith, ac
cused assess!n of M«d<*s«- W V«——
NAACP field secretary for the State
of Mississippi, is now achaduled to
open here. Jan. 27.
The trial date waa aft by Circuit
Judge Leon Hendrich on Nov. 25,
following the return of the accus
ed man to Hinds County jail here.
At that Urn*, District Attorney Bill
Waller asked that |2 trial day* be
set aside for the cdse.
livers was shot In the beck
from ambush on ths night as
June 12 as he was about to en
ter his home after attending an
NAACP rally in the city. Taken
to the University Hospital In
Jackson, he died within an
hour. The NAACF promptly of
fered a reward of *lo.oo* for
the arrest and costvietlon of hla
■layer. Other organisations, in
cluding the City of Jtckaon, al
so offorod rewards.
On Juno 24, FBI Investigations
led to the arrest of Beckwith who
was indicted and charged with the
murder. Subjected to psychiatric
teats, he was adjudged mentally
competent to stand trial.
DRIVE SAFELY!
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of th« United gtfttftft Cbmmlttftft
on Employment of the Physi
cally Handicapped and ft mem
ber or the board of director* for
Mutual of OinSha, cited Lt.
Kills as an inspiration to all
men everywhere.
"Kill* to proof." he arid, "that
from both an ftoonomlc and a
sociological standpoint. rahabtit
tation holds great promts* In
the Bering of dollar* and lives.'*
Bills nays that he looks upon
Ms handicap as. a "challenge."
He bven hemes some day to be
Accepted at A U.S. astronaut.
Bills’ courAg* and self-deter
mination were beet exemplified
by Ms refusal to take any peln
kilting drugs during the first
few days following hi* Injuries.
In Ms own words. "I can stand
anything for awhlto."
A* Mutual of Omaha awards
program was eatablishSd to rec
ognise outstanding contribu
tiona to public health, safety
aad security. Other military
personnel who have received
recognition from the oompeay
Include Air Force colonel John
Paul Stapp and. Air Farce
Colonel Samuel W. Tyson.
Guest speaker at the dinner
meeting was lien. Curtis B.
LftMay Air Force chief of staff
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MOTHER’S MARCH
BEGINS HERE
(COWTOnjKD FROM PACE 1)
Mrs. Lillian Freeman, 8. Tarboro
Road; Mrs. Sylvester Hilliard, E.
Ckbama 8t; Mrs. Dorothy Thom
as, Rochester Haights; and Mrs. J.
D. Hinton, Rocky Quarry Rd.
Thaaa snpdahhs need tbs halp
and support wfevery mother in
each neighborhood. The day
daaignated far tko mate “Moth
er's Mareh" it Tneeday. January
Mth. R you doaire to march
wMfe tea mothers, please con
tort Mia. Dorothy Thomas, TE
4-6661 or Mrs. J. D. Hinton, TE
66666, chairman and co-chair
man, respectively. If you can
art marah, leave your porch
light burning to lot them know
you want to make a contribu
tion.
The final report will be made
on the night of tea March, January
21 between 7:20 And 12:00 o'clock
at tea Wachovia Bank At Trust Co.
in Ctenaron Village. All volunteer
worker are invited to come out
during reporting time and sip cof
fee and eat donuts.
LOCAL YMCA
JOINS NATL
OBSERVANCE
„ (CONTINUED FROM PAD? 1)
tea city Sunday with bullet tea
teat have boon famished by
tea YMCA without charge. Pas
tern have bean Invited to speak
briefly an the new emphasis as
tea YMCA to tea mailer as im
proving human relatlene
throughout the United States.
Raleigh's ministers will be the
guests of the YMCA on Monday,
January 27, at noon with a special
religious service and a fellowship
hour.
C. C. Smith, Jr„ retired dis
trict manager of the North Car
olina Mutual Life Insurance
Ce„ will bo honored at a mem
bership reception at the "Y” an
Tuesday, Jan. 2S, at 8 p.m.
A plaque of appreciation of four
year'* work on the YMCA's Board
of Management will be presented.
On Wednesday evening,'January
29, a banquet honoring employees
of Carolina Trailways will be held.
"Youth Night” will be observed
on Friday night, January 31, with
a party, sponsored by the H-Y and
TH-Hi-Y Youth Clubs.
LOCALSTUDENT
VICTIM OF
DRUNK DRIVER
(CONTINUED PROM PAGB 1)
Woke County Jailer A. J. Proeacher
lata Tuesday night. The death ve
hicle waa reportedly owned by
Jamel W. Preston, also of Ft. Bragg
. uui bmag n uuu iic, ms par*
lei 'j, Mr. and M;_. Dtl...— ,
t\v> sisters, Misses Regelyn and
Eleanor Wilder; and one brother.
Leonard Wilder, all of the home:
and hla grandmother, Mrs. Eliza
beth Wilson of this city.
TWO BOUND
OVER IN ABC
STORE BREAK-IN
(CONTINUED PROM PAGE i)
gal whiskey ware found in tha
auto.
Magistrate Brooks Pool*, after a
hearing FYlday, bound the two men
ovir for trial.
James Burnette, Wake County's
ABC Enforcement Chief, who was
aldad by Kelly and Wake Deputy
Sheriff Lonnie Covert, called all of
the Waka County towns having
ABC stores to have them check
for possible break-in*.
Within minutes, a call came
that WendsU'a store was miss
»flve esses of whiskey. En
waa gained through a roar
door and an interior door.
The three men arrested said that
thoy had “found" the whiskey
which was in th* automobile.
Four of th* cases of whiskey
were found in the car at Apex, and
* fifth caao at Williams’ horn* on
Rock Quarry Road.
McClain, who also has * long
police record, and Boot were
charged with brooking, enter
ing, larceny and receiving, pos-
Bermuda Profile
Year-Round Paradise
From the balcony, a view of coral sands and sparkling sea
... the feel of a warm and tropical sun. In the distance, the
•onnd of a calypso band. Small wonder that Bermuda—only
an hour-and-a-half from the i
U.B. by jet-la on* of America’s
favorite year-roUnd vacation
toad*.
Key word for Bermuda to
remoiilie. The capita) city,
Hamilton, maintains its old
world charm right alongside
modern shop* and facilities. A
buggy rije in the clty-"wUh
your ewoetheart by your side
. - as they »ay In a native
calypAo tong-to a must for
every visitor.
W star to never more then •
mile away from any spot on the
island . . . and there** every
kind es fishing available. Some
hotels, like the Blbow Beach
Surf Club, have private beaches
and pools for their vacationer*.
Rooms At the Blbow Boach
combine the heat features of
living room, bedroom, and out
door terrace. There are also
Lanai suite* and more secluded
•urftide cottages. Guest* can
eat breakfast and luncheon on
an open terrseft . . . enjoy
sightly entertainment in the
session of burglary tools, trans
porting tax-paid whiskey and
carrying a concealed weapon.
They were believed to have been
“casing Apex at the time of their
arrest
The cases are expected to be
tried during this term of Superior
Court.
FRIENDS OF
SHAW MEET
AT YMCA
(CONTINUED PROM PAGE I)
JTervay, and Vernon Malone,
former president of the Shaw A
lumni Club here.
ROBBERY NETS
LITTLE CASH
AT ACME REALTY
(CONTINUED PROM PAGB I)
ley, separating the two businesses.
The building’s janitor and a post
man also saw him and all 3 gave
chase. The robber waa last seen
leaping a fence in the direction of
E. Morgan Street.
Also in the office at tee time of
the Stick-up was Mrs. Emaattna J.
Lane, clerk-typist of the firm, who
was at another desk, using an add
ing machine.
Police are still searching for the
man, who is reported to weigh a
bout 140 pounds.
A safe at Acme was stolen about
two weeks ago. It was recovered,
however.
ACCUSES GOV.
OF ‘HYPOCRISY’
IN CHAPEL HILL
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
that Governor Sanford had paid
close attention to the racial situ
ation in Chapel Hill and had spok
en strongly on it
“Bui, “Dunn added,” where
was he (Sanford) when the de
monstrators wero beaten In
Enfield and Wllllsmston last
year. Why didn’t he use hie
leadership then to ensure tea
right* of those citizens to air
their grievance.”
The remark* by Dunn were the
first made by Integration leaders
here since Sanford's statement
early last week criticizing CORE.
CORE leaders, led by James
Farmer, national director, who
spoke here recently, promised
Chapel Hill would be the focal
point of their protest work if the
city's Board of Aldermen rejected
a proposed public accommodations
act. Th* ordinance was voted down
last Monday night, but a compro
mise committee was substituted to
hear grievances.
Nine Negroes and three whites
were jailed Saturday here during
*x Jvr.4* s*s 4.45 C i UIKC OttpUl l*
mr«nf - ■ *'■ ’’JV'.. ..
BISHOP NICHOLS’
TRIAL SET MON.
(CONTINUED PROM PAGE I)
misappropriated the funds during
1954, 1955 and 1956.
The church claims the fund*
were “appropriated to his oWn use
by several devices,” and “were not
used for Christan purposes.” *
“We know he got the funds, but
the church didn't get them,” a
spokesman said.
Bishop Nichols was Indicted
as a fugitive without prelimi
nary hearing, and was eventu
ally surrendered by his counsel
In 1958.
Meanwhile, Nichols has under
gone three church trials.
A church hearing with a bishop
presiding and with a bishop as Jury
foreman first adjudged him guilty.
He appealed to his Episcopal’s
judicial counsel which reversed the
church trial court by a 7-6 vote.
The church then contended the
judicial counsel was legally formed
in that it included one man not to
be seated. It was claimed an alter
nate served instead of a principal
who was present and ready to act.
The vote would have been 7-6
itipporiing the church trial verdict
if the proper person had been seat
ed. It was claimed.
But In turn, the quadrennial
council of the general conference
which meets every four year* upset
chic supper club.
Among the extras the hotel
offers: midnight picnics on the
bench, tennis lessons, an 13-
hoie golf course, and English
hlcytlcs-courtosy of the house.
Many a visiting "explorer*
ride* a bicycle to the nearby
limestone caves filled with pink
and whit* sand and uniquelv
shaped stalagmite*. Strangely
enough one of the raves has an
almo'i perfect bust of Skak+-
•pcorc ’
It's discoveries like thi< that
make Bermuda the complete
island paradise for Americans
of every age.
his acquittal ift 1900, ruled ba wm
guilty and suspended him as a
bishop.
WOMAN HELD
IN CUTTING
(comas nuns pass q
face and hands, and that hat wean
100 and ISO stitchea war* required
to close her wounds.
Fettee effteen arrested Mto
Mary lesidell (Mater) Bridges.
32, es #l4 l-l E. Darla Street
and charred her with assault
with a deadly weepsa (a
knife). Miss Brldgae was stfll to
jail here Tuesday ulght to Ueu
es a «lot band.
The cutting Incident la said to
have followed an argument and
took place in “The Bottom," a pop
ular name for the area of Davie
Street between 8. Haywood and
Alston Streets.
Authcritles at the local police
department believe the entire alter
cation was a direct result of drink
ing as both women were allegedly
under .the influence of alcohol when
officers arrived on the scene and
tooth have previous records of liq
uor violations.
Miss Bridges is believed to ha
a native es the Gamer area,
and Is knewu to have sHandsf
Garner Coosoildsted Behest at
ene time.
The sutures taken to the face and
on the hand of the victim ware
listed by Wake Memorial Hoepital
as costing $20.79.
Trial for Mias Bridgm is stated
for Wednesday of this week in Ra
leigh's City Court with Judga &
Pretlowe Win borne presiding. ‘
SNCC WORKER
ASKS KENNEDY
TO DEFEND HIM
HATTIESBURG, Miss.—A white
New York man Jailed here has
asked Attorney General Robert T.
Kennedy to coma to Hattiesburg
to defend him.
Oscar Chase, 29, of Queens, New
York, asked Kennedy in a tele
gram from the Jail to ooma to Hat
tiesburg to defend him.
Chase, a worker far the Stu
dent Nonviolent Coordinating
Committee, was arrested when
he entered the Negro waiting
room in a Hattiesburg bus sta
tion. He was charged with
“breach es the pease" and "va
grancy." Attorney General
Kennedy Is now a Malaysia
and no word was available from
hie office as to Ms plans to de
fend Chase.
A 1903 graduate of Yale Law
School Chase has been doing legal
research for SNCC. He was in Hat
tiesburg to gather information on
the case of Theroo Lynd, Forrest
suxrlelw T *’7* * JITZ Z ZT.
convicted of failinr to ob-j '
eral court order, compelling him to
cease discriminating against pros
pective Negro voters. The United
States Supreme Court refused to
review his case es January 6, 1964.
In Atlanta, John Lewis,
• chairman es SNCC. asked At
torney General Kennedy to set
> to free toe young righto weak
er. Other telegrams were net
to Senators Jacob JsvHo and
Kenneth Keating. BepubUeaas
of New York, and to Oengraae
man Edward Bmsntkal es
QVMOSe
Another rights worker Jailed In
Hattiesburg for “possession es nar
cotics” and two traffic violations,
has Indicated he will stay behind
bare also. SNCC workers Peter
Stoner, 23, of Berlin. Pennsylvania,
fined $4 90 on each of the traffic
caacs Tuesday, January 14, after the
“narcotics" charge was dropped,
said he will stay in JaU because
“I am tired of Hattiesburg police
harassing vote workers"
CARL ROWAN
MAKES HISTORY
(COWTIHUUD nM PAOS n
Rowan, a native of Ravenecroft.
Tbnn., uuu one of the first 15 Ne
groes commissioned bi the U. 8.
Navy.
He holds a bachelor’s degree In
mettwnwttos from OtoerUn Col
lege. Ohio: and raoelved the mas
ter's degree in journalism a* the
University of Minnesota in 1948.
As a newspaperman he redbived
a' number of awards aa a writer
for the Minneapolis Tribune.
Sorority News
AKA’S MEET AND DINE AT
SAW CAFETERIA
The Alpha Theta Omega Chap
ter of the Afeha Kappa Afeha fto
rocity sent downtown Bor thstr
monthly muring last Saturday
evening. The eosne wm the SdsW
Cafeteria where the members
held an Important meeting, fol
lowed by dehetooe dinners.
DELTAS LUNCH AND TALK
BUSINESS
The Raleigh chapter of the Del
ta Sigma Theta Suwrity lunched
and held a business semi on In the
Cellar, located In the Hamlin
Drug Store building.
BUT FROM CAROLINIAN
ADVERTISERS
Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association
Official Basketball Standings
JANUARY It, IM4
League Games _, W L Rating A't Gnu. ff T
MARYLAND STATE COLLEGE 4 0 25 00 3 5
DELAWARE STATE COUJBQR 4 1 21.00 0 1
A. A T. COLLEGE 5 1 20.83 6 2
J C SMITH UNIVERSITY 5 1 20 83 6 3
SHAW UNIVERSITY 8 1 30 33 8 3
• WINSTON-SALEM STATE 8 0 30 00 13 1
NORFOLK STATE COLLROB 4 3 13.38 7 3
MORGAN STATE COLLEGE 3 3 17 DO 3 3
SECOND DIVISION
SAINT PAUL’S OOUJDGE 3 3 IS.S7 3 4
NORTH CAROLINA COLJUBO* 3 3 13.00 3 4
HAMPTON INSTITUTE 4 4 15.00 S 5
HOWARD UNIVERSITY 3 4 13.33 4 <
VA UNION UNIVERSITY 3 4 13.33 3 0
ELIZABETH CITY BTATB 3 8 13.73 3 8
FAYETTEVILLE STATE 1 • 11.43 1 «
ST. AUGUSTINE'S COUJBOR I 6 11.43 l <
VIRGINIA STATE COLLROB -K" 3 1100 1 11
LIVINGBTONB COLLROB 0 4 10 00 1 5
* Ineligible for Visitation and Tournament Championship
The following association failed to provide official
statistics for the week ending January 11. 1304: Johnson C. Smith.
Morgan State Collage Delaware State College and Norfolk State CoL
legeP. R. Leaer to fttatistirian.
Death Os
Prowler Is
* Justified'
A
BY J.R HARDEN
TARBORO An Edgecombe
County coroner* jury ruled as
“juafifiaUa homicide” tee rifle
slaying on Friday, January 17. of
Jeam “Knot" Cherry, By Isaac L.
Calhoun when he allegedly discov
ered Curry crawling in Us bare
feet in tee f-sihonn home Awh«»
tee night
The 24-year-old Cherry was a
tenner tenant on tee Calhoun farm
and reportedly was en a probation
from a previous conviction of
breaking and entering tee same
Calhoun home about a year ago.
Investigation of the ctrcam
staacee rt tee killing was con
tented hyJMgmowbo County
Deputy CL C. Pries, who re
fsrtad take daeamed lived e
. cram tato read from tee Oat
houn resident where he wae
creeping" through the home of
his white landlord on U. 8.
Highway ft on fete. J.
Calhoun reported he "awoke
about 4:30 in tee morning ‘to see a
form crawling on its hands and
knees’ into my bedroom and back
out into tee hall.” Calhoun said he
grabbed a .22-caliber rifle and ask
ed wild it was, whereupon tee
“form” dashed into the bathroom
and dosed the door.
When Calhoun ordered the man
to coma out of the bathroom, be
said the man came out hollering
“Don't shoot Ike, It’s me”, but kept
coming toward him; so Ike shot
After being shot through the chest
the burglar ran several feet and
fell dead besides his shoes,
lie office to be more inspir
ing than demanding, because
obligations and responsibil-
BISHOP POPE
BUYS HUGE
CHURCH HERE
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1)
rooms situated throughout the
annex.
Included In the sale was a 9-
room house, once occupied by the
pastor of tbe First Vanguard
1
■ .-E KPl*!'-
- OHIANDO** I
. (Ur\
\a CITY \
V. MIAMI J
L ■
1 lY la located
hall -, ee Orlando and
the Cape Kennedy Spot* Cen
ter, will supply living (pan for
150,60* amldat Florkto’s grow-
New Space-Age •
City Rising |
In Florida
T'.are’a a new city rising In
Central Florida. A city that will
cover 30 square miles, have
150,000 residents and feature
all-elec trie living.
Rocket City is tee newly
planned billion dollar urban/
suburban complex now rising
between Orlando and the Cape
Kennedy Space Center. It’s fill
ing the gap by providing land
and housing for the people who
will be working the 300,000 new
■pace-age-created Jobs expected
In this area batwean now and
1670.
Within eight years, 68,000 j
will be living at Rocket City in
15,000 all-electric homes and
6,000 all-electric apartments in
the 7,000 acre "central city",
i The new community will be
erected by several builders
under tee supervision of Rocket
City’s developer, AU-State De- >
velopment Corporation of
i Miami. - .
All dwellings win be built to
' Gold Medallion standards to
mane aura that each resident
baa today's moat modern ap
pliances phis adequate wiring
to handle electrical oonvoni
eneoa rt tea future.
Tha first homes, already tartt
hr Am Craft Homes of Fort
! Meyers have the totoat Hot
point electric range. |rta|e
I itopoear. dtataweaber ana wator
heater and O-B boating and air
land waa first
offered for sale last year and
sales quickly soared to over
$1 mlmon per ’month indicating
that tee project Will certainly
ranch its goal of 06,000 people
within seven years.
PRESENT. CHURCH Shown above is the Mount Sinai
Saints at God Holy Church, located at 1719 Pender Street.
White Section Welcome Liston
MIAMI FLA—(ANP)—“I’m de
lighted teat Sonny Liston is mov
ing into the neighborhood, and 1
want to go on record saying so,”
Lester Nelson of Miami was quoted
Presbyterian Church, which sold
It to the Salvation Army In 1956.
The house la located next door to
tbe church.
‘Too much room” waa the rea
sons given by bote of the previous
factions for wanting to move out
of tbe well-kept building.
• Bishop Pope told this writer in
an interview Monday that she ex
pects to have tee edifice filled,
especially since tbe annual con
vocation will meet here once each
year in the future and the Union
meets every three months
AUTHOR OF MANUAL
Bishop Pope is the author of the
Manual of the Mount Sinai Saints
of God Holy Church. The work
waa copyrighted in Washington
recently and she has a certificate
of the act.
BISHOP ALSTON ASSISTANT
Elder E. A Alston, former
pastor of the Providence Holy
Church, corner of S. Blood
worth St. and Bledsoe Ave.
has has been associated with
Pishop Pope for approximate
ly three month*. He was re
cently elevated to bishop In
the holy faith and will work
. closely with Bishop Pope In
all phases of the ehureb.
The Southern District Union of
Mount Sinai met shortly after
Christmas In 1963 and ftw
uire* days at the church on Pon
der Street.
Convocations of the church
hare been held in Roxbury. Maas.,
where the Rev. M. M. Miles is
minister of the Mount Sinai Tab
ernacle Holy Church. Inc., In New
Jersey, and in Raleigh.
Education makes a people easy
to govern, but Impossible to en
to lead, but difficult to drive; easy
slave.
DRIVE SAFELY!
GO TO
CHURCH
SUNDAY!
SECURE YOUR
SECURITY
WITH
OS. SAVINGS
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Fresh Fryers- -whole lb. 27c
Pig Tails lb. 15c
Streak O Lean Meat lb. 27c
HOLMES
Flat Sardines— Small Fish 5 cans 49c
Large She
Tide Washing Powder pkg. 29c
Good Chuck Roast lb. 39c
Coffee Shop Pure Coffee lb. 57c
SWIFTS
Prem Lunch Meat 12 oz. can 2 for 79c
TaH Cam
Pet or Carnation Milk 2 for 29c
ARMOUR’S
Crescent Bacon lb. 35c or 3 lbs. 99c
White Lace Toilet Tissue 4 rolls 27c
Opan Friday Ntgtit Unto ■ F. M.
HORTON’S CASH STORE
1413-17 SO. SAUNDERS ST. g. c
as saying last week. Nelson had Juat
learned that tee world’* heavy
weight boxng champion has rented
a house in the “white” section, a
block away from him. Liston will
live in the house until hla Feb. 25
title fight with talkative Cassius
Clay of Louisville.
To prove that he meant what he
said, Nelson called Accountant Nor
man Green, ower of the house, who
had rented it through Mrs. Martha
M. Louis, wife of ex-heavyweight
champion Joe Louis, and attorney
for Liston, to express his approval.
“I don’t believe in all this riding
horses, wearing sheets and burning
crosses,” Nelaon declared. He said
some neighbor* had telephoned him
when the news was made public
and asked him to attend an emer
gency meeting to consider “the
problem.”
“1 told them to drop dead,” Nel
son said.
Located juat five minute* from
Liston’s Tropical Park training
camp, the three-bedroom home —
with closed pool—will house the
champ and hla entourage until after
the fight with Clay in Miami
Beach.
Liston was expected to move ir
on or before January 18. Clay is
already in training on the Beach.
UUgy 'JOHN PEYTON
SAFEGUARD CHILDREN'S
• 'TEETH
For years, harassed parents
have been worrying about the
State of Johnny’s teeth, and
with good reason. Half of all
two-year old* have one or more
decayed teeth; half of all first -
gradera haVe three or more.
That'* tha situation if. they
haven't been drinking fluori
dated water. If they have, as
research with hundreds of thoi -
sands of children shows, tooth
decay can be reduced by ts
much as 75 per cent.
The American Medical and
American Den-
tal As so ci a-In John Do*
tmquaii-FdENTISTIQA
fiedly endorse BW.
fluoridation: Yet IlUjTj l/e * 1
a majority o f ”7 A**W’ v*
the 20,000 U.S.
communities '•■ 'JHtaM
with public wa- , r (|
ter supplies are ( A L
Without it A I gfSE
"What, then, rifel I Wm
can parents living in these areas
do if they want to safeguard
their children’s teeth with fluo
ride? Fortunately, individual
protection through dental
treatments or fluoride supple
ments—is available. Now, since
most physicians recommend vit
amin supplements for pregnant
women and young children, vit
amin-fluoride combinations like
Adefior, have been developed
for use in unfluoridated areas.
For free booklet on family
fluoride protection, write to
John Peyton, Room 914, 842
Madison Avenue, New York IT,
N. Y.
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