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Title:
Florida star
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Florida star news
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
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The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
September 16, 1967
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
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30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )

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Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
General Note:
Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
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Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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School Desegrofitioa Order

The question of the Duval County School compliance with ,.-::. FEDERAL JURY

0. August 22 federal court order seems beaded for a dramatic WASHUKjTUN, D.C/-'The OJ.Defeat*Dspart eDt 1IIDOIIIICeII. H'
showdown as this week Dinral School Board voted the arrest of two VJ.Army sergeants on charges that they conspired },

to appeal the order exile NAACP education committee Chairman with Soviet officials to deliver film and other national ........... .:b......... fI,
cnnounced action will be pursued to force compliance defense information to R zsla. The Pentagon Identified the arrested -
with the order. But a more significant development is that men as Sgt. Leonard J. Safford Qeft) of Chlllum Mary Earl Johnson Adiro Cliytei Powell Stays Schlitz Irewery
at least two groups are planning mass demonstrations to ''shown and Sgt. VUyises Defense of Neptune, N.J. The duo Is
dramatize the school board's, failure to desegregate arc In Department of photos.Browi .
Duval's schools. To Seek Office Silent While la Wishiiftoi II Milwivkee, I


during The board's a six-hour decision meeting came last Pupil placement officer Robert hp Hold $14,000 Stolen CityWide Is Boycott TargetThe :

.Tuesday which beard emotional Yarn said Forest Hills WASHINGTON, D.C-MaIi Clayton Powell self-exiled and-

pleas by Harden and a flare 'school being ocercrowed because -. OBWitt Jewelry Taker Earl M. Johnson, local Negro unsealed congressman from Harlem, came back to Wash Schllts Brewing Company
up bdtween School Superintendent of the minority trasfer It li Virataf attorney who madetwopre- ington, refused to answer any leading questions and, in has come under the hammer of
Jab.Bryant and bourd mem- provision but be admitted vious unsuccessful attempts tosecure other words, remained completely silent as to anything he MIlwaukee; mutant and fighting -
ber Ned. P..searcJ.Th. also was overcrowed before h lit Theft public office announcedlast said to the Federal Grand Jury which called him out of marchers. The Youth group
four members (Harden, this provision went into effect. Mirylind homed week that he is Intendsto exile.. of the NAACP coted this week

Charles Bassett, Martinez, and The board voted to table a motion Burglars and ransacked Mrs Albert the Bryant run for the at-larga Croup The ex-congressman: did manage seat he was forced to "vacate. for a "selective buying campaign 'I:
Eugene Sties) voted to appealthe by Harden to prevent ALEXANDRIA, VA.aap Brown Mr.1580 23 rd Tuesday morning S seat on the'newly created. to smile and remind many He later filed a suit claiming aganist the hugh com
order displte the fact that minority race transfers to schools Internationally known Black Power and took about $14,000 In consolidated city council thai .'It's always a pleasure that the house more was unconstitutional. -
school board attorney Elliot which are overcrowd militant was arrested of Be is the first Dml Metro to be in D.C." But, he refusedto < More than 2000 persons were
Adams advised the board that and. to !transfer these pupils Wednesday and Jailed without cash woman's$2,000 worth suit valued JewLyand at .-" answer certain quest ions As be left the court room Powell Js(. march their this week, J
there would have to be a"a back. to.their or &iJlalllChool bond to await extradition tot a., which should "go tQ my law- simply said he had no ta- Church oq the north side. Wl"ght -
.factual basis" to reopen the' to bring the overcrowd school "ahteateMar7Lod.NlleIsis 1 afr r ?yps." I vPowell swera to .question.- The' h I\\lf 'i hundred cane tram o4tSig.s .

ease,. adding that.it had been- back to normal capacity in Alexandria took Brown Mays the burglary was discovered unseated last year,iniplte of the court's grand Jury'remarked -, .tfetie. they carried: raid, ,
' tried before but the request'' t to .Richmond City,Jail 100 "he's excused. He can '
However, later in the meetIng by Mrs Albert Bryant of appeals, bas not been "Sock It To Me, Black Power
wa* turn down., miles south of Alexandria. anywhere he wants to. NAACP should defiance
the board voted 5-2 to when she' returned from the able ,to regain his seat in con go members
He also pointed out that"an Brown's lawyer accused the officers In certain sections of the laws
fires" where he beaded the powerful of Schlity because, they
Brown school where
adopt a student transfer Richard T. '
policy
appeal would have to be filed of legal kidnaping. \considered In the Inquisition
Is distributor
'. House and.Education said, It the largest -
which '
denies the Mrs.
transfer she is a teacher Bryant
with the UjSJHstrlct Court of However at the two-hour ; f Committee in government The maximum penalty would be$70, .of any brewerJinthec1tJ.
of pupils to schools outside according to her husband ,
Appeals of which Judge Simpson their attendance areas which questioning the leader the came, to !bis pool room at Deaver trek to the Bahamas came attar OOQ and 22 years, in prison. We are going to hit them in the
-who Issued the order-is reading a book bearing title until fair
in we
various difficulties government pocketbook ger
and told him ,
are overcrowed. Voting aganist: and Myrtle
member. "The Thoughts of Chairman the
cried marchers
affairs and marital housing,
the motion .
of
were WlkorSearcy. thlevery.
Tie dispute over the desegregation Mao." Civil Dick Gregory -
figure
life Rights
In what amounts to calling on the According> to Bryant, the money ,
order to reports
came after According news warned ananlst brick-
baord members to defy floe court represented !his life's savings. ATTORNEY' : KAKL JOHNSON
Mrs. Charles Baits, representing Black Power leader will be kept The ex-lawmaker was accom- throwing. He saud suce perpetrators -
order Harden said he boxe. In which not presently holding office: toannounce
hoped Strong .
a group of parents of In jail at east October I when pained by three lawerc, coder should be picked up by
beard member would have under for seat under the
be the
more kept money were a
children attending Forest Hills a court in Alexandria will acton lag noted Edward Bennett Williams the police. However the comedian -
intestinal fortitude and under ;consolidated .nweum nL
than to suc-: and refrigerator a new
Elementary writ of habeas corpus foremost in criminal law
Schoolcompaio- !bis remained the whites that
Comb* to any type of bed. The strongbox under the Earl M. Johnson l local Negro .
ed that the school becoming pressure By mistake Virginia State attorney who made two The lawyers refused comment. a being nonviolent is no obligation
Increasingly :crowed be- whether it be a federal Judge took Brown to the state the refrigerator contalnedabout previous Also lawyer
over Police: unsuccessful attempts tosecure Justice department viw ; if s a favor If white America -
increasingly over crowed because -, or federal with forces. He penitentiary In Richmond. He 110,000 according to the vic public office announced was present along with Herbert P dosen't come around

Negor pupils are transferring to pleaded vote board members was removed by order of the tims.A of last week that be is ,Intends Edelherts, chief of the division real soon, we might withdraw
aganist asking team to through Job burglarizing
there under a provl-, state corrections director,Williams on fraud. '
to for the oir favor;
run at-large Group
here to
aloe la the court order that come afraid unJes.rou are X. Cunningham, and taken was done, according BryantEverything 5''I seat on the newly created rA w Father Jaues E. Groppl, the
the tenders will was emptied ran
permits children in a' school bold Judge to the Richmond Jail.Brown consolidated city council.He On March 1 of this year Powell white priest who stands as advisor -
where their race is in the majority you in contempt.He was not a convicted felon said seckedW 38-caliber pistol" Is the first Ravel Negro was denied !his seat In con- tote NAACP Youth Council -
to transfer to a school said he wants to "keep the commissioner. Brown's was listed amongthe losses. not presently holding office to cre... It was then that the investigation said "Victory here 11 a,fe-
where their race in in a min, the school of this county. In a lawyer were expected to appeal The thieves torn moulding from announce for a teat under the of !Ms personal affairs { tory for every black and white
local
ority. lay board. to the United States Court the front door, cut the screen, new consolidated government.Both bgan. He was charged 1 around the country.'*
of appeals Alexandria Thurs and forced the back door. Mrs Mary Singleton and with using funds for personal Tin Rev Groppl continued

Denoistratiois Will Spotlight day. Neighbors remembers seeing Mrs Sallye Maths who were travel, talslfyingtransportation .. .. 'There Is nothing the whire man
two m. n .' in white overalls --- ---'- -
Other events Involving Brown elected go Ward 2 and 3 respectively vouchers, filing false reports ADAM CLAYTON POWELLBut needs more than a black power -
DeedsBy Included the death of a Negro who were seen walking through : under the old government on the amount of United States because until the white,
Dml School 1 Board's Dirty in East St. Louis during a the yard, one, carrying a tool- have Indicated they will held foreign currency used Powell's troubles have not man can look at a black man

ERIC 0. SIMIGONTo disturbance involving 150 per- run In tier new districts. while abroad, wrongfully and been altogether in the area of as completely equal, be cannot
sons. Brown bas spoken there box.Wls.I..1111 Johnson's announcement said: wilfully appropriating public lawmaking Only recently the look at a black man and see his

say that the shenanigans of the Duval County School Board in a few hours before. The 18- In announcing my intention to funds'by having !his wife serve latest. Mrs. PowelLn native barter
old Roosevelt Young was as a .congressional employed Puerto Rican, filed! suit for divorce During an 13 mile march yesterday -
stalling on complying with the school desegregation order Is year qualify for the Group 5 seat
shot while fleeing from policeman Receives Hrfh when she really performed no and requested custody of througtherpredomiantly
simply ridiculous is putting it mildly.is nauseating. It is con- on the City Council of the new
templble. it Is said. On July 26Enron consolidated government I have such duties. A fine of $40,000was the child, Adam. Just this week Polish poutirbide,. white beefier

the U.s. Supreme Court ordered that the nation's federally was arrested on a technical Election Post in mind assuming the responsibility sugguested without unseating Mrs. Powellservedaltmunyde- attacked the marchers with
supported schools be stripped of segregation since 1954 but charge at the Washington that rests on me be- was suggested by the In- mands on the suave politician fists and missiles, forcing the
allowed some time to accomplish such desegregation smoothly National Airport and was WASHING tON, D.C -Cora L. calve of my role as an architect vesttfating committee However asking $1,500 alimony a month (00 demonstrators to sprint to
and peacefully. But now,in the year 1967,after numerous, mostly brought to Alexandria. Charges Rice, prsident of the Prince and advocate of the new the House turned the idea for herself and her child. Recently sanctuary
fruitless appeals, we find the Dun County School Board, were men dropped In Maryland, Georg's County chapter of the government My Information an down and continued Us chal- the court extended permission Tea persons ere arrested and
guided by bigotry, still stalling on enforcing the desegregation He was also indicted by, NAACP was names this weekto understanding of the new char' legne. In April Powell was reelected to Powell to visit ids it last five, Includlngapolice-
order. Dorchester County, Maryland a clerk's position with the ter and municipal structure in special runoff to the son man, were hurt

No one can deny that the Negro citizens of Duval County have for allegedly Inciting a rolt County Election Board. should be useful at and after '
not been patient in this matter os school desgregatlon..as we which cause $25,000 damage. Mrs. Rice wbo Democratic the time of transition.Additionally Repro CoUese lied Goal!_ Set At '35,000Florida's I
have been in all matters relating to nclal problems But our 'The Black Power leader wanhadd Election: Board member Ger- It has become Increasingly
patience is worn Detroit recently where ard F. Devlin said took thepsoe difficult for me to decline this
ilov: long does school board chairman M.C. Harden think a tnrong adm we as a favor to us." candidacy in view of an unusual ,
that kegroes in this community are going to sit down quietly and marquee of a theater. Several Earlier this summer, the NAACP number of people, from all
permit him to make a mockery of thi law while be deprives them weeks ago the l leader was In urged the County to recruit across the county who impor-
of the rights to which they are entitled under the law? Jacksonville and shared a plat Negroes for more Jobs tune me to rllD.Cll'llk..1.
'The antics of Mr. Harden and Company in toying with the destinies form with Govenor Kirk of Flo specifically: Including E1ect1oDBoard : t iu l u '
'
of our children leave Negroes no other alternative than rida. The govenor came downIn Posts.
to seek methods-other than the courts-to dramatize the school a surprise viaL No incidents Mrs. Rice, a Democrats, was 'L
board's refusal to comply with the desegregation order Kirk of Florida. Tbe- named unanimously bj the three
The delaying action which the School Board has employed for '1* a surprise) visit. No Incidents members Board as one of four
several years has reached such a point of frustration that It were reported wither part-time clerks performing a Goes OB
seems that there is nothlg left to do but embark upon a series white Brown was here or after five-year caucus of the toting X'i: IAIaS

of mass demonstrations to bring the spotlight upon this disgraceful he left. rools. 1
"Comedy of Errors" which the School Board has been The others are Roberta Faber Fir list _
enacting for many seasons now SHUT of Bowie 1 also a Democrat,andHaxel -
Martin Joaa Beck., both Stokely Carmichael, one cite

Tampa Coaple Left SI93OOt ",la Esflfe JACKSON, JlJSS.-MPI-The 1I pu Rep Black Power militants,bas goo* _
wheels of Justice grind slowlyIn The Boas members of to Algiers on a tour sponsored .
TAMPA, FLA.-The late Mrs. Mississippi.: More thanyears the board, Lucille Potts and by the socialist government of '1 A
Leah Harris Doyle and Timothy Jear.1IO when bit while riding" after,three civil rights workeswere Robert M.Woodslde, yesterday that Country He has questioned __
Doyle, according to a news a biscycle. Mrs. Doyle engaged! slain near Philadelphia dropped a civil salt! they bad the reported seizure of American .
bicycle Mrs. Doyle dies earl filed aganist the County to force installation by Algeria; lie ;.- -
release, have left a possible total ier. Miss. in 1964, II white men -
of 1193,000 in their estate. Probating of the estate Is win go.no trial Oct. 9 OB charges the hiring of Mrs. Martin bad Just arrived from Hanoi quota for the 1MT Negro College Drive Is ftfi.009.! Dml County's quota bas
Only recently $41,000 in cash In process. Nine sisters now and of conspiracy In the deads and. Mrs. Beck. where be spoke aganist American been set at J35.000. Dr. Richard V.Moore, President of Bethuae Cookman College, above
were discovered.The brothers of Doyle nave entered of Andrew Goodman, Michael b. Rice ran unsuccessfully Imperialism. Prior to mat left Is the State Director for this year's drive Mr. James Cameron, center Secretary: of
Schwerner and JamesChaoey. for the Democratic nomination Carmichael made a Journey to Stores is Central co-charlman I
late Mrs. Doyle engaged claims The Rev Mr. Newman the Wmn-Cixle Foundation Chairman. Mr. ULBuroey, :
In real estate and, it is thought bas retained as attorney who Among those to be to the Maryland House of Deleptea Cuba. Carmichael was invitadto atilt right Is President cf the Afro-American Life Insurance: Company of Jacksonville.
disposed of some property. will closely check relationships' .tried in the courtroom of UjS. from Prince George's Syria at the end of !his Age- They win supervise{ the work of the SO volunteers In the county who will solicit for the national -
.
Jut
was killed about two year rids stay
Doyle as claimed. **** golf of$5,250,000.

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THE FLORIDA NEWS STAR J To Be Equal ]



M YOUNG JK.
WHITNEY
Published by the Florida Star PubllsNnfcCompanyMEMBER $ : BV
The Urban Coalition at IU recent meeting In I.Washington
DC called for the creation of 1 million new Jobs t '8nIftbt
dtsastroua unemploJDIebt In big city ghettos. Since the
Urban Coal1t1on 1&rmade up of the cream of the nation

bUSinesS. civic affairs, city governments,
NEGRO P TIONAI. and civil rights, Its can for Jobs la a significant new de, .

rs 1.4w Fi :- a number d way there Jobs could be created

First ande most important is public employ.meat. .

Our schools, hospitals parks and other public intl.tndlans .
ERIC 0. SIMPSON -- Mni ii| Editor art badly understaffed By creating new Jobs ute
nurses aides another po& noun the urnemSoVedwuld -
get meaningful Jobs which! ,enable pro-
IILDA I08TEN -- Circilitiu Miiifir fesslooal staffs of these Institutions to do

their own Jobs more effectively j
The important thing about such Jobs Is I

2323 iia.erief Road ,Pkni Elfli 4-8712 that they aren't "make-work" projects.
They are desperately needed If the essential II

Mail ag Address services -'merlcanjepeJIII upon are
to function effectively. Lest year, the Na-

P.O. In 599! Jicksmilli, Flirldf 32201 tional Commission on Technology Auto I
which
'mation and Economic Progress, on
1? I serve found that the nation could create over S million
MIAMI OFFICE c such Job. in public services ranging from urban develop>>
) ? meat to rural conservation
5011 NV 7th Ail. Phone 151.3819 + Another way In which minority groups could move Into bet.
ter Jobs Is for industry to reexamine its hiring practices
'I- Many business hire people who are overqualified for the
RATES
SUBSCRIPTION
i r' available Jobs. Many office Jobs require college diploma
One Year, $8.00 Half year. $4.00 when a high school education.will do Just as well.

Mailed to You Anywhere in the United states (). .. Shortly after the Arab-Isrell war, I saw a special television *
Subscription payable in advance O program analyzing the conflict. The TV reporter said
Send Check or Money Order to: that Isrel won because of the skill of her air force, and then
FLORIDA STAR P.O. BOX 599 be pointed out that Isreal requires only high school education
jackionvllTe 1, Florida for Its pilots, while the US Air Force demands a college de
gree. He asked the program's expert guest, General SXJL,
Marshall why the U.S. had such a requirement for Its pilots.
DOING HIS DUTY, HE EXPECTS CONGRESS TO DO THE SAME! The General Just shrugged and said he'd been trying to figure
U.S. Cfcarity Mast Start At Howe that out for years
Small countries like Isreal can't afford absurdly Ugh requirements
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it I -- -- because they Just don't have that many college
has been our contention for years that
graduates. Well, we don't either. We aren't going to end poverty
the United States, If It doesn't watch out I II and find Jobs for the million poor..white and Negro

Is going to spread Itself financially too I viiJiiiiif until employers take a more realistic attitude in their hiring -

thin. We must begin to make better use of ; standards
our money vAeesg92flnAfwL: ; .' :;';v Courtiandt S. Gross director and chairman of the financial
committee of the Lockheed Aircraft
Corporation, told the
>MiM 9e t/duc ion 1rt what we give to "
t"PtQftt, i :. I Ih.w National Urban League'sSmnual conference last manta:...
foreign countries as aid will start us on :: perhaps business' should be thinking In some areas of Job

the right road. Now the next step is tore- Horoscope Guide I It simplification to provide opportunity of entry to many who

slove the Vietnam War which is costing us I cannot now avail themselves of it because we demand too much.
$25 billion each Perhaps we should take another look at our Job requirements,
year. :**** ; **** I II at what we really mean by a qualified person. De we really
The nation's leaders must face up to the need a college graduate..or even a high school graduateor -
facts that we are a much poorer nation thanwe I By PABLO, The ASTROLOGER I II II five or ten years of experience

think especially when we compare with "One of the surprising things we are learning that thereis
what it was right after World War II. I a world of ability and talent among the underprlviledge.
WHICH I II II ability that lies dormant because of low training or low mo-
In I ARE YOUR
1948 this country had a national debt LUCKY DAYS FOR tivation .
perhaps
or more accurately expressed, no opportunity
of $352 billion, while today the natio- I to develop it."

nal debt is $331 billion.. In 1948 we had This is the kind of sophisticated: thinking which. many of

$25 billion In goid in Fort Knox 'owed $7 I BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL I our top business leaders are doing today. They are aware,
billion of Industry's responsibility to create work for all, and they
abroad. 'Presently we have $l3bi'llion .
are trying to strip any.the tangle of dlscrlmlnatorv practices -
in gold and owe $30' billion abroad. -------------------------------- which keep Negroes and other minorities from an equal
Internationally our "giving" potentiall) chance at good Jobs.-
has decreased sharply arid It is time some ARIES CANCER LIBRA CAPRICORN They have their work cut out. It isn't easy to reverse 100

of these countries produce themselves into BORN MARCH2MAPRU BORN DEC. years of.discrimination, but this summer.proved that it has;
BORN JUNE BORN SEPT. to be done. Business will have to redefine Us hiring standards

outs.p .osperi, Y. Must'Jthey" fprever I r Jive onhand- 19th 22nd ULYU22odJust i 23rd OCT. 23rdThe 22id IAN 191k.. develop new:and 'more accurate tests which don't
?
)
< screen out minority workers, and expand its training efforts
With all of the poverty i n this countryand Find out, Should there be a moment's her. with the Wonders never cease. While to help qualify for skilled Jobs. '

the plight of the disadvantage !an\- problem created by health or conform the customsand Full Moon establishing a critical Capricornians may be used to
swer is plain Indeed: employment developments, principles that more or point In intimate affairs, surprises, there always seemsto
tharity should start there should be aa unexcelled: less regulate thebellefsandbehavior what is to be, will be. The be a new one in store It THE URBAN LEAGUE STORYBy
at home.
win have could have to do
opening to discover Its exact of neighbors to moral as well as physical support -, something
be followed, if wishing to live with Joint economic affairs
nature this week. The advisability of a mate or loyal partner
The Challenge Of! Voter Regis rl< by national and International
standing No matter how much
and in the Those
to
brought home on the 16th. Get days come
The Civil
Rights movement to be its
appears stymied by ownsuccess.
events. While
this
various individuals differ occasion
busy as soon U it Is feasibleto may 'who are enmeshed in some sort may
Most of the traditional
For many years Negroes have been citizensin get In touch with the person with others over Issues that of emotional attachment would a bit of worrying on your part, The is objectives have been achieved
local state, and national governments.: best qualified to deal with individual -' they deem vital to their Interests be well advised to make a there really seems to be no not all legislation of the United now States on the books. In most though certainly
Negroes are beginning to enjoy
it be the need for tt. Those who
may better are
clean should the circumstances
In
circumstances the' break
They have citiicized their governments for, part of prudence not to revealIt. ingenious flexible and quick something like equality before the law And yet we seem to bean
event that there is wait so indicate. WbJIeone'
a lack of opportunity participate in some the far away as ever from having solved the problem of race.
the Cancer on
natives trigger
are now quite may even extract -
log, In volved, there would be We may be his or her
Not because the
body of politics. legislative victories are unimportant. Far
inclined to unexpected
harbor thoughts that advantages.Be
need cannot the
no resorting to worry to own, one disregard
We have purchased property :and we have pass away the time may be termed advanced. They rights and privileges of others rather secretive for you never from it. But because Negroes sun find their position In American
.may be so much so, that few know who Is going to spill the Life Intolerable and Justifiably so the push toward equality
taken who be
it. i
a greater interest in securing'an education may sharing ..
2.60.55.11.429'TAURUS others are gifted or enlightened i>beans, deliberately or Inadvertently. of opportunity under law (and that has been tin
No longer can we be referred to as enough to keep up with, 9.80.68.19.624 I I.SCOIPrO' major thrust of the Civil Rights movement)hM
untrained electorate because our illiteracy let alone understand you. 1401719.631.AQUARIUS been based on the Impliclty assumption mat
rate has equality of opportunity was gained comet approximating
been significantly reduced, But 3-80-22-15-975
.
equality of results would follow. I
'these alone are not enough to give us status hasn't nor is it likely to.Of all civil rights leaders :
as first class citizens.We BORN APRIL BORN OCT. Whitney Young was the first and the most

must also register and vote. And we have, LEO BORN JAN Insistent to say that equality of results Is impos- _
now a great opportunity to do this than ever 20th MAY 20th. 24th NOV nit sale In a competitive society unless people! enter the competition
before in lives. Should you tell? Those 'raur- BORN JULY 20tk FEB. 181k on roughly equal terms. And the hard but inescapable
our' May we add that we Bans who are unmarried, and Be contained., The air Is electrically fact is that all too many Negroes are inferior; it is simply
are happy that Negroes are getting J more interested ready to change their minds 13rd.-AU6. 22ni charged and this could You're In the groove. Put all to recognized an inescapable tact: 350 years of brutallzatlon,

in the power of the ballot V o r regarding Its supposed advantages take chance. There Is set some Scorpio natives off on thoughts of whatever has.hap.'pened humiliation, and exclusion to say nothing of poverty-have taken
instance, note what happened in Mississippi may discover that the your an emotional spree It is not behind you. Gird yourae and continue to take,aheavy toll.How could It be otherwise?
;"recently. moment is at hand There will a culminaUoapoIntbeingreach. always good to Jump at conclusions for a fresh start in any direction .A lesser people would not have survived at alL
'ed for decision
calling a prompt ,
be nothing ordinary about the during such times for that looks good. Disagreements No Me has been more courageous In facing up to that fact
In that
; voting let us elect the man who repre- way romance makes it appearance winbrlngsome gain. one Is not always aware u to hould, by now, have been than Whitney Young If all discrimination were to stop Imme
sents what we desire most, in good government nor in the manner which Marriage for may do the same where this Is going to. lead. settled and a more cooperative diately he argued four years ago In his book entitled TO BE
If a situation arises in which there It operates. Friends, membersof not thing some unmarried intent Leos.but Scorpios in particular, must attitude tatroducted to take their EQUAL the position of most Negroes would not change:; they
necessarily by
is little be especially watchful over the place. One ofthe first would not achieve true equality "The '
choice then do not cast anyvote the family, and economic .by the force of circumstances dondltions reason, to use his
'considerations doings of children and the type' for future own words, "is that the 'dlscrlmtatton:
for there will be some positions are bound to It is natural for all humans to harmonyleathorough gap caused by more
open 'upon come into the picture and pose be of company they keep. It would understanding regarding the I than three centuries with a handicap that will not automatically -,
'which a citizen can vote. some questions that are most the somewhat future what concerned with all over the ,be for their protection and not I, spending and management of slip from his shoulders u discrimination laws and pratices

Remember that our political participation difficult to answer And there dark clouds, obscuring our hori- for the purpose of restrlctinr'their money and other valuable u-'. ,are abandoned...The Scars "he wrote, ..do uIst..The Negro,
:pan make good government( better may be something from the cons but there seems to belittle liberties His hard enough sets. There is no doubt about t the If be falls to recognize his deprivation or acts u though It
,
,deep recesses of the past, or a that can ISoto clri're to counteract the influences to i fact that the old reckless ways ;doesn't exist Is gunny of stjpid chauvinism An the white
family obligation that could them anyone The best attitude which teen-agers are exposed' ,are out and that a new sense of person who Ignores this reality or acts u though it doesn't exist
'alienate the object of genuine away. : through the mediums of print, ( tcOl1omJ frugality and responsibility is guttity of dishonesty"
.
The Ballot
A Good 'to Is the that advocate
adopt ,
; 'Sign Is Mississippi affection.. living each day one for what it has IT, radio, and a hundred and Is In. To put it In my own terms, there is not ODe, but two "Negro
one other sources. 4.50.16.18.873: problems." There Is a white man's
6-10-44-19-975' to offer and let the tomorrow Negro Problem and a
The recent participating of Negroes in the take care of Itself. 5-70-44-17-567 hoped.Negro Problem. Both are more Intractable than any of. us'bad,

voting in Mississippi is a good sign. There e90.88.13.513VIRGO

was little evidence of'mass or the. ,socalled' GEMINI PISCES ,

block voting SAGITTA'RIDS 'THIS WEEK IN NEGRO
Colored citizens were dividedon the candi- BORN MAT BORN NOV.23rd BORN FEB. HISTORY

dates for whom they wished to cast their 21st JUNE '21st BORN AUG. 19th MAR. 20tk September 10, R. .
LRepnesentatlveIn
DEC. 21s
Congress
'votes. But what is more important Is t h e You're getting there. Witha 23rd SEPT. 22id : (; If s a grand feeling. Something from Mississippi during Reconstruction was born. .,
fact that in have to:'.
Mississippi black people that have achieved
yon ,
a' Many
Irs
,
little bit of luck encouragedby high point. may
:been arouse to voting participation.{ a n.d. the valiant endeavors, per. It could be'..J..." While toe's' find themselves at the highest in connection with your workday September H, 1959 Buses desegrdgated In Atlanta, Ga: ',:''i;

;they voted by preference than by t h e 1 r 'sonally contributed, it could first Impulse is to answer"no" point In careers,professions or duties or a very hush-hush '
project, may have reached the September 12, 1748 Prince Hall, father cf Free
to
:.race, very well happen that this sign proposals marriage or public esteem. Tblalaaposltion Masonry among
otherwise it be more to aVlrgoatfs held point where it reflects to personal Negroes In North America, was taro
By more participation in' can achieve its ends by the may that must be with the greatest
politics on t h Or be
e glory.
ultimate you may
18th. A family or housing mat. advantage of modesty and reserve to
local level it will ,no longer be necessary ter may be settled to the general consider answering in the affirmative. disarm would-be detractors It marrying someone where both September 13, 1866 Dr. Alain LeRoy Locke autborphl108opller -, ;
to block votes to get .Negro into office. satisfaction although, it This could be the certainly will be aa interesting carried on gainful endeavors. was born. He died In 1954. :
This Is what our minorities must aim for. is possible that not everyone way to establish a real home phase with a few ewe to far- This could turn out to be the
will and to provide for the security and In thw great suprlse of the periodto
be one hundred per cent strange places September M, 1939 Jackie Robinson !
of those love as wenas cline everyone but the participating the first Negro to be' ;
In agreement. Some you of duty u wen u for plar :
persons This Gautorniaa ? *"*" entered
parties. should
who frequent social or club for yourself The more solitude pleasure. A certain Job or honor render Los Angelestai a freshman. t1n1Y1rs1ty of i I
'circles are bound to see everything that can b* arranged, the that seemed positive and then the possbfllty> of working !
through dark-colored euier lit will be for yon to was withdrawn, should once Jointly the future more rather
litter doesn throw itself litter thai less promising. Ambition, .
away; doesn't glasses. It would be foolioh to obtain contact with intuitive more make an appearance now
do likewise, no matterhowcon- powers and to absorb their to r good. Hart no doubts about too, is belngsharpenedtoakeen September 15, 1963 The Rev. W. I, Tsyla .arpnlNr. *
just happen. People cause it-and only pastor
Grace
people
win Memorial
edge and this stir natives of CIIarcJa
of God '
vincing their arguments may'.soundj ;iinessage. 1U value, not only for the present 'Imo Christ, Los An- 5
this! sign to do something conCrete -: ; dIed. :
can.. prevent it. "People" means, you. but for many days tOeomI.I about building up earning'power.

Keep America Beautiful. 'Y .9.60.66.15.906 7 M 9918'.OU; 60 .. II .,1' September 16, 1889 dwude A. Barnett, famder-dlrect a. As-' -
$ .60 -IS -18 -181, sedated Negro Press, born at Sanford, Via '


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Stewardess YWCA's leadership SptiurYoug Rites Soleaaiicd Councilwoman Speaks Kiss Margie tine lie i

Club NotesLINCOLN ,
Confab Is Sept. 23 Before League Voters Weds Jtftes Bloat


The A. L. Lewis Branch cube MlM Marti Llnette,daughter
CMC CLUB 8:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs. YWCA, Young Women's ChristIan Councilwoman Mary L. Sin of Mr and Mrs.this King, and
TO MEET Gertrude Moore of 923 Palmetto Association: will bold Its gletoo will be the keynote speaker Mr. James B.Bloat,son at Mrs.
Street. 1967 leadership training day at Saturday September 29, at Reatha MM Blont, were married -
e wfll meet in' the Mt Marian in the home of Miss Patsy Johnson : ber 23. Mrs. William G. Lock- Florida Voters League. I n c., church with the Rev. J.C.
I Baptist Church Monday Bight, '.e wood will be the keynote speaker .at Holidaylnn in Fort iauder- Suns, pastor officiating.
i, September 18th, at I pja. and will discuss the Alms dale The bride choose a street-
- City Councilman Sanders will .e. and Objectives of the YWCA Dr. Von D. Mlzell 1s general length dress of silk organza
be the guest speaker GOSPEL EXPRESSTO 196770. Chairman of the two day meet- and Chartllly lace. The bridal -

t .e..e. MEET SATURDAYAll .' A special bus will leave the g Ing. The meeting of the 29th veil was attached to a crown'
: ,'r.. YWCA at 9 a.m.Workshops : will feature workshop sessions of lace petals and sequins.She
- SEMI-CIVIC CLUB officers and members of "s be held on Public Affairs, Leadership panel discussion and presentations carried a bouquet of carnations
by special consultants.The and orchids lace
Development, ProgramPriorities roses, on a
TO HOLD MEETING the Gospel Express are asked to
get-acquainted dance will
and World Responsibility. Bible.
meet in the home of Mrs IDes
International aspects of l be at the Elk's Rest Friday Miss Barbara Jean, sister of
Saturday
Bivlns 1311 Fairfax St on
,
Tb.Seml-CIYICClubwlllmeet at 8.30 the YWCA will be given by Miss night. A cocktail hour will follow the bride, was maid of honor,
on Monday night at I p.m., la The president: p.m., Rev. R. L. 11 Jean Flless,Executive Director the Saturday business ses Her dress was likewise, of
the home of Mrs. Alice Swain, Lambert, has stated that business who hu recently returnedfrom sic i. organza and Chantilly lace.&lnk
2363 Edgewood Avenue. lace bow. Mr. Author Daniels
of importance will be dis a World Travel Study Tour.The
The Bible verse for the week cussed sessions on the Island begin at Meeting Scheduled ,was best man.
begins with "N". BARBARA BROWN 10 a.m. The wedding reception was at
.
Mrs. Elenor Small is the pre Program participants are: the home of the bride's Godmother.Mrs. -
sident. Miss Barbara Brown, Bethune -AH Girl Scouts and Leaders
Mrs. Sula Wells committee Myrtle Majors,
CAMEUA LADIES CLUB ,
Cookman graduate in social arc asked to meet at St Paul 7720 New Kings Road.
. PLANS MEET science: twice chosen Campus chairman, Mrs.GeorgeJenklns, AME Church of September 18.
Mrs. Charles Mitchell Mrs.
Q Queen and member of the Alpha This call is extended to members
. Camella win Dennis Alexander Mrs.Raleigh Girl Stoats To
The Ladles Club ,
FIRST FALL Kappa Alpha Sorlty, Is nowa of 293, 261,279 and 234.
meet on Tuesday night, Sept. James Mrs. James B. Brooks, -* Brownies
MEETING SLATED steward on an airline. Miss will meet on Sep Hold
. 19th in the homed Mr.and Mrs. Brown, who planned to study at Mrs. Gilbert Griffin, Mrs Anthony In a late summer wedding at at 7 p.m. recently when Mr. tember 18 from 4 to 6 to begin MeetingThe

,' The Coronation Gordon Circle Henry Garrison, 1533 W. 15th the UniversityotCaworntnye- Klnnoo.Mrs. Shirley, Mrs. W.C.Stanley H. Matthews Freater Payne AYE Church, Spencer father d. the bride work for the fall. Any girl Cadettes, Girl ScouU,will
wQIhold their first meeting St. at 8 p.m. calved an application for the Job Mrs. Barbara Joyce Spencer escorted her to the altar. wanting to be a member is wel meet at IItA.raratBeptlstcbur-
Mrs. .
1 ,of the fall on Tuesday night, The previous meeting was held at fair sponsored by the Miami McKlnleyGeirtTlghtMrs.J. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Spencer Mrs Spencer was wearing come. The meeting will be held, ch on Monday September 18,
Marine Miss Jean
,September 21st, at 8 p.m., IB in the home of Mrs.Ethel Walk Urban League. The stewardess Mess Mrs.Fisher Robert Baker ct lea 25th 1 Jacksonville a short wedding gown' of Venice In the Girl Scout Room. Mrs. at 4 p.m. The leaders are I I
i the youth center,29th and Chase er with Mrs. Altamease Hayes was born in Bradenton and attended Mrs. FredaA.DlxoqMrs.Ben- and Mr. Robert Othello Young lace over silk net. TJ* Irene Baggs Is leader. asking, all to be on time.
Avenue. serving as co-hostess. school In Daytona Beach son of Mr.t Mrs. Fred Young, Peaif-de-sole empire r bodice
1 Mrs. Bessie Allen and Mrs. There were a number of includ guest before matriculating at Ne- Mac J.and WillIams Mrs. Phillip Mrs.Attack.Cora IZUSperatog Street, Jacksonville was of the creation accentuatedby Golfer Surer tar life
1 at the last club meeting
lace bateau neck-
. Beulah Austin will serve as co- tnune. ,, their troth with theRe t scalloped I
hostess. Homestead Caroline Manlual of ,. RJUUng pastor of the Use and lace cattlal lilly sleeves. -
The president Mrs. Crissle Peon. Mrs Ophelia Club church, officiating! The A-Una skirt carried
Cosmetology
Byrd !has all members to be Fedrick, New York City, Stanton LPN The cereoranles took place u attachment of semi-wattesu
Remiss
Aretha Johnson Mrs.
Mrs. ,
panel and matching roses.
present will as be business discussed of Importance Broem, Mrs Eura Bond Plans River TripThe Sets HeelingStanton The bride chose a headpiece '11 Lrm I
and MRS. Eddie L.Brown of the WEDDING of satin cabbage rose, to which -f

city ; Vocational High's LPN was secured tiered veil of Imported
CONNOISSEURS OF Cosmetology Alumnae Association will hold
BELLS material. Mrs. Spencer:
sass ass.CHRISTIAN will meet on Friday, its muntnly meetng Thursday, carried a bouquet of white car.
LINCOLNVILLAHOMEMAKERS
September at 8.00: p.m. at the September 21, at the home of nations.
TO MEET CLUB home of Mrs. C.Jones, 1732 Mrs. Marie Taylor 1653 West Haley Billy Conner,2237Place--
Miss Delores DJouglas: was
Harden
da St 18 and Carolyn
Seminary at which time members Seventh. All members are urged ,
The regular moody meeting The twelve Christaln club will will, complete plans for to be present New members 1519 Swan St., 17. maid honor.Bridesmaid were t
the Homemakers of Lincoln- observe their ltd anniversary Deborah Merely, Miss Rose
fInd cruise down will be welcome also. Mr.Es- l
Villa will hold their meeting In beginning Monday night,Sept. the September St. John River. Travelers tells Wilson is presidentMrs. Milton Sylvester Jones, 1537, Young, Miss Betty Jo James, ,
the
the home of Mrs. Davis, 4501 18th thru 22nd, at the Mt. Arrat will leave at 9 p.m. on the Ruth Winters 1s secretary andMrs. W. 7th St. 24 and liens Williams of Jacksonville and MlssClau- I
Moncrlef Rd., Tuesday night at Holiness Church. cruise. Julia Reid Is Reporter. 548 W.,19th St., 24. die Jeam Manigault. Tavares, I,'
8 p.m. All churches and prayer bandaprocrammedwWleaddevot1oo. Fla. Miss Patrice Manning was I
Mrs. Essie Mae Mason will The meeting time of the group Charles Evans Sykes, 1650 W. flower girl. Miss Gertrude L.BtJ.pbJ.. Miss Styles played!in the Three
la 8 p.m. instead of 11 a.m. Del Rios HlYeCelebr.iion The best man wu Mr. FredC. steal education instructor at I
serve U hostess. al services each night beginning 28th St., 20 and Emily Joetta Ring Charity Golf Tournament I
Mrs. Maud Dell Huston is the at 8 p.m. All members are asked to at Goerge, 5403 Bunch Dr.,17. Young Jr. father of the Wlllla m M.Ralnes school and in Montlcello N.Y. and
president of the social group The anniversary will close on tend. groom. Ushers were Mr. Williams president of the Ladles of the placed 2nd, playing out of the
Sunday night September 24th, On September 28, Thursday James Jerome King, 1195 W. APoweIlUr.Ervin Nor Links Golf Club went on a summer first flight
. at the Holy churnc of Living God at 8 p.m. the Daughters of Sp. The Del Rio Ladles Club will 13th St., 45 and Rose Lee Page man, Mr. Lawwcc Callahan and golfing tour and was quite After being sucessful this '
hnlx will present Mr. C. S1m. celebrate their sixteenth Mr. Julius Demps, aU of Jacksonville ucessfuL Miss Is looking '
14th and Criminal Sts.Rev.Wilbur anniversary 931 W. Beaver St., 39. summer Styles
NEIGHDORHOCDIMPROVE- Burgress, pastor of the Ju- mons of the Civil Service Board Sunday, September 17, Master Kenneth Blue The tour carried to Spain, forward to going to Free- I '
MENT CLUB SLATE MEET speaker. at the Masonic Temple, in the home of Mrs.IneiFelldon John Elvis Wright, 1893 W.5th was ringbearer. The newlyweds touring Madrid, Torremollnas port, Grand Bahamas next sum '
Minister E.M.Mack is the advisor 913 Jefferson, at 8 p.m. All 2052 West 12th, from4to6p.m. St., 21 and Ethel Jean Campbell, will reside in the Panama Canal Malaga, and Granada, with the mer. .
The Neighborhood Improve for the Christian club. 'are Invited. 189S W. 5th St., 18. Zone. Pepsi-International! Golf Tour.. ***** >** J

ment Club will meet at St. Jo
seph Baptist! Church located In Brother Dwfel Hwlso Hoaord James Milton Way., 743

the 500 block of West Dewdrop Visitors From Ohio Houseton St, 27 and MoeellaCanady ,
St, September 30th, 3 p.m.' By Prince Hall MasoNic Family 743 Houston St., 19. Old Taylor( Presents: Ingenious Americans

The findings and final results .
from the previous City Commissioners Are Guests The Prince Hall Masonic Fam illy! honored Bro Daniel Hud- Herbert Todd Young 1071 W. 1'\-\ i sir-7; T
as well u the 31st St., 63 and Mule Victoria l if> > 1
son in an appreciation Program no Monday night at their: Hall '
State, Board of Health will I be> 'Of Mrs. Cherry on JeffersonStreet Dorsey, 1071 W. 31st St., .49. : ,
discussed the
by president,
Morris Felix. The,hall was packed for the Bro. Hudson from the Grand Lawson Lenor Cook, 65S8 Ml-
Late summer ,visitors Jacksonville occasion. A short program was .master Ill W.C.Jenklns, of nosa C1rcleWl8andJ.cquelyn : \
. were the Rev.and Mrs. rendered featuring the Voicesof winter Park, Grand Secretary Selene Ponder Z'747S1IIlDJ Acre 131/,
John A.DeVeaux, Sr. They were ,ZIon, Bro. Joseph Butler Ill. Wj5.Johnson of So.Jacksonville Dr., 18.Alvln. '
'
accompanied by their daughterMrs. and other talent. Grand Treasurer Re,. '' ,C "
ROYAL COURT Leanora Brown and her Jerry Terrell was the speaker Royal Grand Matron Lady H.B. Leonard Jones, 737 Pip : r eip'Krby6
AND LILY WHITE sons, Orlando Vernon, Jr., and for the occasion and he praia. Miller of Jacksonville.Na- pin St., 20 and Murria Mae Wallace "
LODGE 173 SET MEETING Allen. ed Bro. Hudson for his very polean Broward, son cia Florida 727 W. Union ,St., 17. ''' i i '
A brief, but plesant stay was fine leadership. Governor represeal'ng the ..
The Royal Court Order 173 enjoyed at the .home ,of their Congradulatlons were sent to City Government A lette .fr: *n Leroy Rogers,Jr., 531 W.State ,' -!' '>. /,' >
Will meet In the lower unit of Godmother Mrs. Colder Cher ', -jt
judge John E.: l Stantoi*. St., 29 and Olivia Jamison Me- ';
Grant Memorial Church at.7 Among Everett Groomes Also presented were Grand are, 330 W. let St., 31. I' : : \ "
p.m., on Monday night. the activities enjoyed Lodge and Supreme Council: ;.
Following the meeting 7 p.m. by the Ohlo-ans were tu even- members Rev. M.C.Wesley of :. .'
the Lily White 173 wUlhold their tag at the WJXSweets home Gets Top Jacksonville and the Dsltrlce Columbus Parker, l341 H art ;

meeting at 8 p.m., in the same and the Mt Zlon A.M.E.Church Award Deputy of the Jacksonville District : St., 34 and Coralene Moore,906 .
unit. Sunday School Plnic at Gold Hospital and his wife m. and Mrs Jefferson St., 28.
head State Park. John. E. Bradford N ,
*";"
.sese..e FashioneHesCelebratesFirst Evert William Grooms,former Following the program, which Raymond Wilkerson Fullwood )
teacher at Matthew Gllbet was presided over by Brs. Andrew
LADIES CLUB SLATE ,8002 Baymar St.,26 and Rosetta { "
FALL MEETING Anniversary and Stanton schools, has been A. Rice, a repast was' Jones, 8002 Baymar St., 21. '
'
admitted, by the American College served In all it was a good tribute ,
The Queens- Illinois Ladies The 'Fashlonette Host-Host, of Hospital Administratorsto to a gnat male Willie Engrain, Jr., 1038 West Y.f" <;' N '
Club will hold their first fan ess club win celebrate its first the status of nominee. All members of this area Lodges Duval St., 21 and Bernice Lee f

meeting, Saturday, September anniversary Sunday Septem*:r Groomes, with residence at chapters and courts present Jenkins, 1039 ,. .. 'tfJ "
16, at 7:30 p.m. 17, in the annex of the Mt Ara-i 1130 14th,. is a staff associate and absent urged to be Jenkins, 1038 W. Duval St., 2L ,! ,', .. ill ?ds
This meeting wfll be held in the rat Baptist Church at 8.30 p.m. of the Rochester Regional Health present and Sunday Sept.24. j7 in *It'iH

home of Mrs. Ethel Balwln, on Bishop>> Julian Brown will be and Hospital Council Bro. Bradford, In making this Calvin Seth McFarland. 3915.
,Plateau Sl.i. among the guest speakers. This Important announcementcame announcement stated that important Stuart St.,'a2 and Mary Alice Dr. Daniel Hale Williams (0858-1931))
..*..* Others participants will be the from the office of Peter guest would b e prep Johnson, 1813 W. 14th St., 20.
SERVICE SOCIAL Celestial Gospel Singers, Mrs* B.Terexlo at the thirty- sent at that time
AND SAVINGS
CLUB TO MEET Mary Goodman, The Voices of third convocation of the College Bro. Hudson, the Honoree is THos. Norflsl 10McQuadeSt..
Faith, Mrs. B.WlIilams, Elder, in Orchestra Hall in Chi the worshipful master of Eureka 24 and Constance Vernlta
The Service andSoclalSavlngs Most Davis and Choirs No. cago. Groomes becomes one Lodge 151, and at present Thomas, 1411 Grotto St., 23. > He performed the first
Club win meet Friday night at 8 and 48. of some 7,000 honorees, primarily Is serving u president of the.
T, I administrators In Masonic Club. He is a deacon
top
Ralph Leon Stephens, 1568 W. '
personnel in the hospitals of and an usher at the West Union 8th St., 24 and Betty Jean Brown successful heart op ration..

American and'Canada.'t Baptist Church. 2008 .Palatal St., Apt 1, 20.

On a cold, windy night in 1893, a gether enough money for an education,
: Abraham wmiamson,1365 Davis man was rushed to Chicago's Provident Dan put himself through a local acad
Need Church CJubt : St., 29 and Ida Aoretta Mur Hospital with a knife wound a fraction
ray, 1489 Croth St. 24. of an Inch from hit heart.. From Wisconsin he went to Chicago
On duty was the hospital's and with the help of a prominent family,
Or Wedding Pictures 'Ernest Paul Williams, 6301 founder, Dr. Dan William young Dan Williams entered Northwelternadministering
Have heard? Moncrlef Rd. 24 and Mildred the usual sedatives and Medical School. He graduated In 1883
you Haywood, 7922 Johnson St., 19. prayers, Dr. Williams summoned six of and opened an office on Chicago's
(ALL FOB APPOINTMENTS( IE( Will COME TO T9wITI his colleagues to help him make history. Southside.
Larry Victor Williams, 1306 It was a long shot. X-rays, "sulphur- In 1891, Williams founded the Provi
Powha tan St., 19 and Carolyn drugs,blood transfusion-today surgical dent Hospital; the first infirmary open
,;. III SERVICE II SPECIAL CRAKES Elaine Waters, 1422 Johnson necessities-were little known medical to all patients and physicians, regardless
St tools at the rime. Yet, with great skill, of race or creed.
SoNitklij DW. .t.... Dr. Williams performed the impossible: From ChicagoWilliams was called to
Willie Klrtsey 299 Woodlawn the first successful heart operation. And Washington to reorganize and head the

'. run riciiitsHI Are, 19 and Ira Dean Young the patient lived. Freedmen's Hospital,.then operated by
/ 4' J124DaneseStl8. Had it been any other1 hospital or any the Federal government. He organized

LOUNGE other surgeon, the: man might have died Freedmen's Into departments, collected
j EDGEWOOD CIKMitC Eugene Alonso Holder. Bronx within the hour. "Sewed up the human a staff(twenty specialists and created

N.Y. 23 and Angela* Horrlclne heart", headlined a Chicago newspaper the beginnings of a nursing school.
HIT NMIIR Mitchell, 1526 W. 6U1 St, 2U That hospital operating room was a Under William's administration, this
long way from the small (tame house 'once primitive institution housed in i\f.\
: Henry Harris Griffin, St. Augustine outside Pittsburgh,where Dan was born. pre-Clvil War buildings soon becameBy
'Ye* Wca't Believe Year Ears!! tan in 'mm"COLOR [ Fla., 24 and Carrie the time he was twelve, his father the forerunner of our modern hospital.

Bell Procter...74 3. 6th StSt had died and his mother had deserted. Every time another heart operation
Jan Beach ,&lot U. So, Dan took to the road and settled 'saves life, It is a living tribute to"ne of
OR
4; in Wisconsin as a barber. Scraping tothe truly great "[[lienlou. Americana"
Henry Martin. 4220 Bessie

,.. : Cir. W. 41 and Helen Washing OLD TAYLOR
BUCK & WHITEPHONE ton, 711 W.. Church St 48. ,KN1UCKYSTRAKnT lOUaIION' .

teN UCKY STRAIGHTSOUtwN WHlsm$ ,,,PlOOf.tHe OlDTAnOi DISTUUYCOJtANKrttlatduISvIttr.sr.!

@ BUY U.S. Would you Iii;. to own this handsome sculptured bust o( Dr. D. H. Williams? It's V tall, mode of
TODAY antique bronze cart stone, and carries the complete Williams story. It costs $5.00 (which Is what It
coils w). Send check or money order tot Old Taylor, Box 4863.Grand Central 1 Sea.No Y.. No Y. 10017. ,

BOB SMITH :7H4200; SAVING BONDS







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CHURCHES ANNOUNCE CELEBRATIONS AND ANNIVERSARIES FOR SUNDAY


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Croat LsriI Sign ltd Fr year Sit* New Redeem His Rev. C.S. Toston

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Motorcade'
''fttit Joint Program Heads

On Sunday, September 17, following -
CHURCREWSJacksavlll
\ The New Redeem Church will the U a.m. service of

\ celebrate a Joint anniversarywith the Ut Zion AkLE. Church,
Districts 3, 4, 5, and IParticipants Beaver and Newman Streets,
me
on programwill
Rev! Charles STostonpas
,the
have for many aDd.'ariecl Mozell Serkln
Churches planned be Mrs,
tor, will head a motorcade of
acUYitiew.for the coming week end. Anniversaries, teas Mrs. Julia Hasting\ Mrs. Bride .members and friends to Bran

singing contests and special addresses are among tbe manr maa Sykes, Mrs. Edith Hill, wrick, Ga., where they will
featured events. Mrs. Jessie Ward, Mrs. Re- In the dedication
Notable among scheduled affairs will be the 3p.m. celebration desa Dunson, Miss Wllbemlnafilneth participate .
Shiloh Church the
of the ,
,
of District 3,4,6 and a of the New Redeemed Baptist and Mrs.'Alma Walter. pastor
6t*hlch Is the Rev E.C.
This win bring together a will nuke
church. meeting many young Mrs Ruth Chapman Til'1 All of those goingwill
interested work of the church.In Deacon Clinton
people Inghe the presentation.
meet at the Mt. Zion Church .
the morning service of the church the pastor, the Rev. James will supervise the '
leave
In order to at 1
EJ.Norman will deliver the sermon The Rev Mr. Morman offering. Remarks win beroade p m.
Brunswick Is 70
Sunday. ntttei
will also preach at night. Musical units wlllsing througout by leaders of the districts.Urs.
from Jacksonville
1 the day. Claudyeal Alvin will present
AC
Summervllle Church Mars Street and 20th Street The St. Stephen Church
Baptist ttte mistress of ceremonies, the
I has planned a glal Men's and Women's Day for, Sunday. Distinguished Mrs Johnnie Mae Simpson.Mrs Johnson with Its pastor will also make Rev.JjJ.the
speakers and guest from the area will participate Ftroence Brown and Mrs. ,
with the
This Joint celebration Is expected to bring large numbers to Emma Blandlnf will be featured 'journey motorcade.
Johnson
Rev. Mr. will
the church. Mrs. Ella Rich Perry will be guest speaker for la a duet, and a reading will The preach
the sermon of dedication
the occasion.. be oresented by Mrs Edith Hill
AU services will be in charge of leader of the church. Sunday Choirs 1 2 and 3 will serve The choirs of St. Stephen
,
school at SummervlUe will begin at 9:30 a.m. with Mrs. the day. The district will sing. The public Is Invited

G.T.Stephens serving as superintendent, assisted by her staff. leaders during will be present during to make this trip. Refreshments ,

The guest superintendent will be Mrs., Louise Richardson. ID e day. The Rev EJJIorman will be served
Miss Janis Lawerence will be guest secretary the school. is meeting Is The fourth quarterly conference
Guest reviewers of the lesson will be Mrs.Alveta Williams pastor. Prayer of Mt. Zion will be held
.
Deacon C. Ellis, Mrs. Corlne Waters, Mrs Green. Guest reviewers k '- % J 011 TuelSay; Friday, September 15 at 7:30:

of the lesson will be Mrs. Zenovlle Stripling. Remarks -. p.m.. Presiding Elder T.E. be-
will come from Mrs. R.TjStephen The pastor Rev. Grant Memorial AYt, Dr.: A.::Reddlekputehu purchased lea, Gawp LtavOk; .&rr, Mn.Uaon A. Sato, tern House Of God bee win be In charge The Rev.

UBoyd, pastor, will give the benediction. new land for a church and an educational unit as a part tary of the Trustee Board, Robert T. Moore of Trustee Board Charles S. Toston, pastor ofMt

In the morning service at Summervllle, with the ladles in, of Its expansion program. The Rev Mr. Reddick In the above No.l, J. L. Preston, Chairman of the Finance Committee and Host Bostonetls Zion, request that all board

charge, Mrs. B.L.Boyd will preside as pastor. Devotional*' picture is seen completely purchase details for the land, In Attorney Ollff. Otis Williams, Vice-chairman of the Trustee To and clubs make their reportsat

will be In charge of Mrs. Debris Bright and Mrs. Delores the office of Attorney Ambrose. Others In the picture are, Board No.1 and James Holmes, Trustee Board Nol were present Mrs. Alice Boston and the Bos- that time. Sunday school at

Chisal, A guest choir will present music. Others taking part, at the signing of the pact,but aje not shown in the picture. tonetts will hold their anniversary the church begins at 9:30. The,

will be Mrs. Pleas Remarks will come form Mrs. Mildred celebration In the House Rev. Shebee will also speak at

Lrlmson; chairman and from Mrs. Cora Leonard, cochairman New Bethel AlEWOIII.'S of (Jod, 1725 West 28th Sunday the morning service

Man. Cora Leonard wll serve as mistress of ceremonies Enter Stan SMUfff fiadtelMenbtrs September 17, at 8:30 p.m. Elder
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and will be Introduced by Mrs. Ruth Rush. u Mose Davis Is pastor. Yarick Memorial To

The men 'will be In charge of the evening service The Day Is The Community Prayer Band

Rev. Mr. Boyd will preside. Deacons rani CampebU and! o and Elder Davis win take charge
Hear District Head
Spence will ead the devotionals. Other participants will be slG OH October 29 of devotional The Rev Paul

Rev. Coney, Deacon Robert Newman, the Rev. Mr. Kirkland a p Fountain will serve as masterof The Rev W. L. Souder, Presiding .
Deacon Ben Savage. The Rev H.T.Overbtreet will be the Women's Day at the New Bet ceremonies and the Rev Mrs. Elder of the Jacksonville

principal speaker. Others participating are Deacon Jessie. hel African Episcopal Church. Amanda Anderson will give the District of the AME Zion

Brown, Deacon James Byrd, Deacon Jones. :Third and Tyler streets, will occasion Church will conduct his last
At First Corinth Baptist Church the Rev Alvin Jones,; I be celebrated on Sunday Oct. Hostesses will be Mrs. Annie Quarterly conference at Varick

pastor, will deliver sermons In the morning and evening obet 29, 1967. The Rev.E Jones Edmondson, Mrs. Thelma Edward Memorial AME: Zion Church

services. The church choir will participate during the day. pastor, and his secretariat, Mrs. Marie Toomer, Sunday September 17.
.
Communion be feature of the.services at 3:45: p.m.with krve prepared an Imposing Mrs Vernell Taylor, Mrs. Lnclnda On Sunday, September 24, the
the pastor and officials of the church In charge Alvlng Jones Heads of activities which In- Dent and Mrs. Ann Mc- women of the church will hold

serves as organist of the church. No service will be held at Uudes: prominent citizens of Neil a Calendar Tea, for the benefit .

night. Jacksonville, musical organizations Groups and solllsts appearing of Women's Day. Sunday

and participation by o- are: Voices of Unity, Traveling School will begin at 9:30: with
TABERNACLE BAPTIST INSTITUTIONALThe fliers in the work of the church. Stars, Nathaniel Jackson and the Superintendent, W.JJohn
The Rev. Mr. Jones has emphasized the Celestial Excdslors.Soutb-
Missionary Society will meet on Thursday night at 1:30 "beautiflcation son la charge Teh lesson topic -
as Andrew MoCall :
enaires Evangelist
p.m. In the home of Mrs. Bessie Robinson, 1028 Grant St. L the of the will be reviewed by the
one of primary goals and the McCall Singers
,
+ Rev. AJ. Warren
Sunday services will get underway with Sunday School beginning women' pastor.
celebration. Speaking the Soul Revivers Miss Christine
at 9:30: a.m. with Superintendent C.A.Laurence la The evening service Is held
woked toward the
I day, pre- Williams Mrs. Amanda
,
j charge. from e:30 to 7:30. The pastor
praration of a program which Collins The Gospel Echoes
has named this "The
Morning worship scheduled for U a.m. will be musical Hour of
of
will stress the
Importance Mrs. Alice Phillips and the
program uncolored "by"(iri:Carrie B.PInkney. All colors sacb observances within the Specialettes.Other Power" Friends are invited.

d the church will participate In this program. Usher board church. the Harris Prayer and class meeting wilt
1 groups are be held on Tuesdays at '1:30.
3 will serve. will of It. John*. Chapter Ho. 154 of the Order otthe ..tats Har spoMond a musical Co-Chairman of this celebration Singers, Miss Earline Wil lane Choir No.1 rehearses Wednesdays ..
Tae afternoon at S .
chlor meet 30
youth Wednesday : p m. recital and tea recently featuring Mrs Arronla soloist at Peter's will be Mrs.Beatrice Zeig- Mrs. Julia Robinson, Jerome
\ McIntyre gospel St. and the Youth For Christ
for rehersal. Prayer meeting will follow the youth chlor's ,
AME Church, The Rev. R. Wallace Is pastor.. In the picture, from right to left and seatedare ler and Mrs. OWe Mae Williams thomas and the ThomasSingers group meets OD Satrudays at
rehearsal at 7:30
: p.m. ; Mrs Arlene Matton Mrs. Ruff dynamic workers at New Mrs. Ruth Fedd, Mrs Rosetta I
: Gladys Mrs Bertha
Teachers meeting Is scheduled for each Saturday afternoon Kelly, Mrs. G. Wallace, Worthy 130.: !
8 Matron, Rev. R.Wallace. Worthy Patron, Mrs. Maggie HInton and Mrs Eddie L. Sams. Bethel Cohen, Mrs. Sadie Mitchell,the
p.m. Standing from right to left are Mrs. Dorotyh Green, Mrs. VaclUe Ford, Mrs. Battle Ben. On September Saturday,the Gospel Shorus of Fernandlan, Union ProgressivePlans
Antioch t. John Baplisti net, Mrs Barbara Wallace Mrs. Eloise Parish and Mrs Hazel Shaw.-PHOTO BY BOB Young People will be incharge the Singing Wonders and Sadie
Baptist SMITH. of a dinner. On September 23, Mitchell, the Gospel Chorus -

i Will Hear Singer Saturday, another dinner will be of Fernandlan, the Singing MeetThe
enjoyed. The Kick-off dinner, Wonders and Samual Hen. Sunday

Women In Meet The St. John Baptist Church, Pastors In Singing Youth Society Will Friendship BaptistHears by the Elijah Jones Club, will son Other groups are welcome Rev Jake
(the Rev A J JIuees pastor will be on October 8 at the church. to participate. Ray, pastorof

The annual Women's Day of present Mrs. Agnes Bell Isreal This dinner will be followedla.ter Union Progressive Church,

Antloch Baptist Church will be to a musical recital Sunday Boat At St. Peter'sThe Meet September 23 Guest Pastor by a candy sale, an apron Guest Speikoi Septmeber has announced 24 all that districts on Sunday win,
night September 17, at 8:30 ,
Sunday, September 24. The e- The Friendship Baptist Church project and by a closing dinneron
observe their
vent will be handled by the ladta the church auditorium, 740 Reddlck-for-Blshop Club The Youth Educational: Society congregation will hear a sermon October 21, Thursday, at the anniversary
The Rev Mr. will
Ray speak.
los of the church and Ivlted Brldter. of the Grant Memorial AME with about 100 members, by the Rev Homer Walker of the church. ,
guests The Sunday School will Mrs. Israel U a member of Church will feature, Sunday meets every second and fourth St. Matthew Baptist Church On September 24 "Operation- to his congregation Sunday

begin at 9:30: a.m., with Mrs the church and Is also* mem' .night September 24, a Singing Saturdays in the educational Sunday morning, September 17,. Church Related" will give visitors morning 'at U ajn. Deacons
Eliza Atwater as guest super- her of District f No 2 and sere contest between the Rev. W. building of Mt. Ararat Baptist at 11 a.m. Following the ser and friends as well as AJ. Robinson and L.B.Brooks
,
Intendent. Mrs Carolyn Bur- yes In Choir No- *. M.T. Merit, pastor of the May, 'Church, at 5 p.m. mon the pastor, the Rev. Mr. civic leaders, a n opportunity will lead the devotional service

ney will review the lesson.The program lists, among o- port Florida, AME Church and This group has as coordinator Smith will observe the rites of to witness special feature of .Choirs will serve through
Chef offerings ::Just As I am", the Rev Richard Wallace out the day. In the Sunday sc-
The principal speaker for the pastor Stuart Washington. Sandra baptism. Dec. Nathaniel Prime the church. This will take place
morning service will be Mrs "Come' Ye Disconsolate of the St. Peter's AME Needam Is president, Harriet will assist the pastor.In at 11 a.m. The Rev Mr. Jones knot, beginning at 9:30 the les-

.Rosa Stephen. Mrs. Gertrude The Rev A.J.Hugbes, Tie, "- Church of Jacksonville. Fund Deddes vice president andShlr- the Sunday School the considers this program apt and eon. topic) ; "Faith in Gods Providence" -*

Cochran is chairman for the &Baptlst Church Trio, Mrs. will be raised the Interest of ley Cbrlspen, secretary. The topic, "Journey Rome"general time, In as much as It relatesto will be d1scpssed-

day. The Rev. J.J. Jones is the Thomasena Wilson Owens and 'the prelate's campaign for bishop group lists members from 15 will be reviewed by Deacon the Involvement thecburch Mt. Troy AME

pastor. The Church Is located The Bell Singers will be present to 25 years of age and Is Inte Arthur Brown while Deacon In a miasma of activities.
,
,at 513 Odessa. The program has been Dr. Reddick, In a visit to the. grated Members are classed Leroy Little will review the Prominent guest speakers will A Women Plan
\planned in the Interest of the Florlad Star, spoke of plans for u Prestlage Member: Honorable subject "Acting On Faith In A talk on Negro Business JebOpportunlty. m
** 'II. District's Contest for namingMrs running for the Bishopric In the
Members and Regular Mem Crisis" At ( The Religious Press, Fatter Bowie October MeetThe
8:3thepastor'wUJ)
District No. 2. 1968 General Conference of the .
bers. Committees lead In the operation deliver the The Laity, Seli-Help and Voter
I AME Church Only this week of the Society. The the sermon Mrs.sermon Rovena Following Hughes: Registration The Rev Jones Father Richard Bowles, pis- Women of the Mt. Zion

the minister and a committee, Society Is open for new members will celebrate her first anniversary will speak on "Give Ye Them tor of the Church of the Holy AME Church have virtually,
WRITE WRHC representing the church, consummated complete plans for the Women'1Day
TODAYWin of singing at the church. Eat. Spirt, will address the congregation
plans for the purchase On Monday night September At this same morning servicethe of the Allen Chapel AME celebration of October 29.

of new property for the Philadelphia Baptist' 18, the Usher Board, No.l will music elll be directed by Church\ Sunday evening September Members have been asked to

$25.00 For Your Church Educational Building and the Tuesday night features the Mr. PJ.WUlalmsandMrs.Er- 24, according to the pledge to the support of the

new Church Building, at Flag Women prayer meeting The Pastor's ,ma Bryant, director and organist Rev. J.W Jones, pastor. event.
In AnniversarWomen's I Aa Autum Tea will be
and sponsored
Klngsroad. The property Is
respectively of the Frank'
Board will
Cut out the coupon below'I and 179 feet by 17S feet and costs In Day will be celebrated ythe morning service meet, with following Mrs. Lwllliams Chorus. This busy Citywide Deaconess on September M at 344

excess of $1 ,OOO. at the Philadelphia Baptist L. Collins as president. 0 listing of activities leading to west 17th as part of a finance

write your question then mail The fourth quarterly conference Church Sunday, September September 25 the Willing Work n October 29 Is sponsored by the raising drive' Mrs. Maragret
of the District' will be observed 17. Services will be held ers celebrate their fourth Publicity Committee. MrsC.V. Board Has MeetingThe Grlswold 1s general chairman

to radio Sunday ,The Rev F.D. throughout the day. Ladies will Mrs. Wilson Is year. Morehead is chair man of eveuts' of the event. All are Invited.ILESSINU.
station WRHC P. 0. president. The City-Wide Deaconess will
Richardson
Jr., will preach at be In charge. TheSundaySchoolwill Mrs. A.M.Willalns is co-di
Rev. R. Smith Is
pastor of the meet September 17 at Bethlehem
both services. The Rev F.D. iLESSllSSI
open at 9:30.Other services church rector. The public Is Invited. !
Box 2467 Richardson, Sr., will speak at 'win be at U 3:30 Baptist Chuch: ,6th and Madison '
Jacksonville Fla. : p.m., Streets. The public Is In'ited. f Them born with the gift.
expected the 643 to service.make their Clubs reportsat are and 6:30 p.m. The Rev J.W. West Side Union Allen Chapel Has to come and enjoy these ser :Rev. Roosevelt Franklin of Ma-

Johnson Is pastor.Mrs.Dorothy con, Georgia. It Is
PHONE 389-1111 vices. through God
: the evening service. Amos J. Johsnon Is chairman for the that J can all evil ;
remove
conditions
U:3: ''RUCTIONS: The WRHC "Mail Box" will attempt to'get Rose will be In charge of theSunday day. The church Is located on Holds Revival 63rd Anniversary irrEa-M-1- some questions you may

an a .a sec to any question you may have on any subject, such School, along with his Moncrief Road The public Is The 63rd anniversary of the f1 wish to know.
'as schools rents taxes staff. invited to attend an services. Hoar SundayThe
,. city and county government and f o Allen Chapel AME Church wit '
on. ,.. ." 00 YOU NEED: MONltf!; ?
Revival Hour
of the '
feature the apperance of the <'I '
Write your questions below and mail at Your B MY SICKNESS'N.\rtJRW
once. question
Friendly West Side Union will beheld Rev Richard Bowles, pastor of ,
and the answer, along with your name and address will be WHEN YOU ME U Sunday, September 17, In the Church of the Holy Spirt .' CAN' MY HUSBAND STOP!
broadcast
from time to time on WRHC, so please print your the Mt Vernon Baptist Church Sunday, September 17, at 3:30: BRAND NEW M DRINKING?
mime and address. Write as often as you like and UsteoJor You seek Tbe Best Doc- prince and Whltner Streets.The p.m., according to an announcement CAN' UY LOVE ONES BE RETURNED -

"OUI answer onWRHC,1400onyour radiC\ your total community itor, when Your Doctor Rev G. T. McCall Is the host made by the RevJ.W. : 1967 VWSEDAN ': ?
station the
on air Z4 haws a day.
Prescribes. Get Experienced pastor. Jones, pastor. :
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For the best question each week during this mailloe. Radio! Pharmacists Devotions will be conducted by The Rev Mr. Bowles, an outstanding :, They call me the (Rootman)
KQUESTKJN wW award I23><>0 to the church *Jour eboice II Deacon Leroy MoUon. The speaker, will bring an But I am only a servant of God.

IS: According to Your :: Chorus Class will furnish music Interesting message. He will be. s1696si Because God U the answer'to'

Doctor's Orders let and lead the song service Intorduced: by Commander Fred : i *U life's problems. I am the

Use Only The Bes't. Deacon Alback !Is president d Schanze, head of the Navy Exchange DIUVHID IN |lAX King of all Day Prophets.Send,

Quality. lilt union.! Department. ""Pkt' 1M s...s, III l.. for ny special selected BUMverses. ,/
Drugs.'C. To
E. BLACK. Propriitoi The R@v. Mr. Jones states that .. DAYS. be readonSPECIAlJ
Fellowship Baptist the services of the week han @
3 Registered rJ Send self-addressed .
Pharmacists stamp.
To serve been successful. Another service
You
... .....A..A .. .... will be Catlin- ed envelope and $2.00 for Bible
LEA.SE PRINT COMPLETE LINE Op. .... People Meet Friday, September i verses and '
Cosmetics Rubber Goods Young 15, at 8 p.m. The Rev.H.I ., spiritual Messages.
MY NAME!: l3MY Candles sundries YOB win
I, Sunday School begins at 9:30a H.Wright. pastor of Evergreen Griffin :,.' by return malL receive Bible verses.

ADDB.ESS. rS- PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED m. The Youth Department i Baptist will speak 'along with ., .'Send TO:

if ay question Is Judged best, please send 329.00 to the church FOR AND DELIVEREDLilly's will be In cnargeTlM MemberS the Rev. G.M.Gatson, pastor : .. Volkswagen Her. Roosevelt Franklin

of my choice, which is ____ of Myrtle Lodge No. 136 will be of the First Samuel Baptist INC 630 Morrow Avenue
Drag Store guests In the morning service Church. Choirs and usher board M
I Many Georgia 31301
The Rev. G. H.Hamilton is pas will assist.Free barbequew will } EAST 3th,,Sf. 3'3'IS0 9
tor. The church Is located at be serve at the close of the afternoon 354-909)
(PRCIT KAifZ A ISM paid 353.127:1: I
Mm OF UXAt CHURCH) Kiis ", 1414 Logan near Burnett St. service t fps in all cue wert.
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SUNDAY, SERTEBER 16, 196 STUB PIPERS PACE 'Ii



- Youth Group Plan To Mf. Bevel Has CtttBfiti Mitt Day


Wonon's Day '

Meet AI Ml. Oli"Th'rep1armoothlJyoutllact ...
OB September 17 .r."

The annual women's day celebration -
ivity "Christian EndeavorHour" at Mt. Bethel Baptist!
villconvene Sunday Church S673 Anderson will
September 17th, at lit. Olive be Sunday September 17. Mrs
AME Church on Franklin St? Pasty Johnson will be guest
a p.m. speaker in the morning services -
Youth president Miss W.Jack- which begins at 11 a.o.
son announced that the Interest Mrs. Jessie M. Polke will be,
shown la the last monthly meeting -
guest soloist In the same ser-<
discussion was overwhelming vice the Mt Baptist Cho-i
so the theme for this month irlwWs1ng. I t
will be "The Effects of the Riots Mrs.S.L.Badgr will speak at,
Over the U.s. Do Our Ecooomy 3 p.m. Mrs. Jessie Walker will,
and Churches. preside at this service. Guest i
An invitation Is extended to soloist will be Mrs.Angela McBride -
youth groups of all faiths to and the visiting St. Matthew -
participate. Baptist Choir will sing.
Again there Is much enthusIasm The Sunday School will begin at,
wer the attendance banner 9:30 am., with Mrs.Rosa Gibbs
so a 11 participating In charge. Mrs. Ida Scott will be
churches have been urged to be guest superintendent Hel-

present and on time en Lawrence will be guest pre- +
viewer and Mrs.S. B. Klncnea
SI. Joseph Methodist wit serve as guest reviewer.
Youth Hour begins 6p.m.The V
feature of this hour Is "fcktt."
His 82nd Anniveissry Pastor for the day will be Mrs.
Rattle Thomas. L.
Cahirman for the day is Mrs. .
Methodist Church '
St. Joseph J
Jessie and Spear ing streets will Willie Neta Crummell, Co- Toe Church of Christ Written in Heaven celebrated la the center while, at Us left, stands t.7 Amos Barring,
obIerveits'1&btJ-secondanni. chairman Mrs. Jessie Walker annual men's day Sunday September 10, with principal speak'ers pastor of the Church of God In Christ, and guest speaker in
and Chairman of the Youth Department and toe afternoon. A part of Elder Darring's Is
versary with services Sunday guests taking part during the day in all services. congregation
September 17. The Rev. W.M. Miss Lynda Sommon. The above picture shows the pastor, Elder Thomas Brown, .sho'WIIlII the picture. .
The Rev.S. A. Thomas is 4 N
Superintendent of the pas- at Ir::
Ferguson,
tor of the church.Usher's .
North Florida of the Florida District Annual Conference Holds QaarterlY Meet' Union tqrtlst Mrs. Hufhes Has

Conference of the Methodist Unioi
Church win be guest speakerat A
U Lm. Chores PleasPrograsa Auiversary Of s. titan.:w o'K
The church school will openat His Celebration ;
1:45. with Mrs. Doris M.Green : ":':. '. Gospel Staifej
The Southside's Usher's Union
in The .
superintendent charge. ; "
public Is cordially Invited to attend held their anniversary on last :" : West Union Baptist Church's On Sunday night at 8 p.m.
Monday night with many of the ,; at the Friendship Baptist JacksonvilleHousewives
all se:Aces. The Rev. ,:; : Gospel Chorus will celebratethe
Golden Smith is pastor. city's churches appearing on : 18th annlverary of Its Church, Mrs. Rovena Hughes

program.The A( founding with a program Sunday will celebrateherf1rstann1ver- Say: .
devotional s ervlces was as a gospel singer. A program
.: night! September 20, at 8 p.m. sary
ReY. LE. Taylor Is lead by Deacon Joshph Thomas The program varied and in- has been prepared featuring
and two guest choirs led the ", teresting will presnet leaders outstanding and well-:
procession.The : ..'11I. < In the church and guest of the (known persons in civic, rell-'
Cornerstone Speaker mistress ofceremonywas chorus. The Rev.A.F..Cumminlwll1 Pout and musical areas.
Rev. E. E.Taylor pastor of St. Introduced by Mrs. Mozell .J' read the Scriptures and "With flamelessELECTRIC
Paul Baptist Church will be the Jones lnthepersosofMrs.Bartmr'a .1 pray. Mrs. M. Cummlng will.
speaker for the corner stone Baldwin. <: present the mistress of cere-
service to be held, September monies, Mrs Elsie Thomas,
24th, at 2:30 p.m., at the East St. Peter's Church The Zion Hope Serving Color
ern Star-Heroine of Jericho will sing. Mrs. deal Ray will
Temple Crusade. deliver the welcome address,
Ladles of the Golden Circle, Has Anniversaries with the response comlngfrom
are Daughters of Isis have been Mrs. Lucille Shine. Other singing
St Peter's AME Church will Elder T.EJShehee, prelate will also deliver me HOUSE
asked to please attend the cer Presiding ; groups will be the Mt.Cal-
emony. hold tow anniversaries one the shown above will preside over sermon Sunday morning at U vary Male Chorus and the West
Brother Fredrick D. Jordan, fourth, for the pastor and on the Fourth Quarterly Confer- a.m. at the church. Later the Union Trio. Na NaltitS.
Sr., IS the Wroshipful Master the twenty second for the ch- ence of the Africlan Methodist congregation, friends and religious Mrs. Lucenla McKlnnon will
and Lester McClinton, Is the urch. The services will run Episopal Church at the Mi Zlon workers will Journey to sing, and.Miss B. Mallory will HEATING
program chairman. from September 18th through AILS Church Friday night.Sept- Brunswick, Ga., for the dedication give a reading. The memorial
'the week. The public Is Invited. ember 15. The Rev. Charles service of the Shiloh Chur will be In charge of Deacon
S.Toston pastor stated that the ch there. Mack Moore, Jr. and the offering -
will be taken by Cleve- .ROVENA HUGHES .
I YI rl I I I !yt land Clinch. Remarks will come Your home

from President Cleophas Bals- Special guest who have been
'BOb ltt/8 I den. Closing remarks will be invited to participate are: Ma-
i I given by the Rev.Mr.Cummlng. yor Hans Tamer, mayor of
Jacksonville Sheriff Dale Car-, STAYSCLEANER"
say Mr. Willie Western, Mrs.
ANNOUNCES CHURCHNOTES Ethel Banister]_Mr.Willie Mot
ley. Ifr, and Mrs./ Clipper and
Mrs. Maud Dell Huston. Other
quests not listed, will be prer
sented by Mrs.Wlllla F.Lamar.
The Early Morning club will
yale
open the program Mrs Leona
MT OLIVE PRIMITIVE
Daniels will be presented as
M BAPTIST CHURCH mistress of ceremonies by Mrs Such cleanliness and comfort are
. I Sunday services for Mt.0- Jennie Selections possible because Flameless Electric
llve Primitive Baptist will begin will be given by the Friendship .
with Sunday school at Sao: Baptist Choir, Mrs Vivian House Heating creates even,
a.m. Superintendent, Mrs.A.M. Williams will read the efficient heat without combustionNo
GRANDOPENING M ti"I Frailer will be In charge. Scriptures. Mrs.Elizabeth Primes
Morning worship Is scheduled will glen the welcome address By.Products of Combustion

'for n a.m. with Rev. J.M. with the response coming .. No Fuel Grime or
Dixon bringing the f message. from Mrs. Maggie AJOrk Dust Pile UpBefore
Prayer meeting will begin at land. Mrs. Lavanla Collins will
SEPT. STH 7.30 p.m. on Tuesday night emphasize the Importance of the Buying Any Heating
occasion in her remarks and
THRU ST LUKE BAPTISTThe Mrs. Ida.Scott will give a ead-. Plant, Talk Over Modern

OCT. 2NDOF church and pastor will ing. The offertory will also be Electric Heat With Us or Your
hold a fellowship meet with New presented by the Bap.
I Jerusalem Baptist church on .Faith, Chlor 2 of Emanual Electric or Heating Contractor
tist Church and the Glbbs Chapel -
,
Sunday afternoon at 3 p.m. Choir '
OUR NEW STORE and ueherbaardlwlllsene. Chlor. Mrs. Ethel Bannis
Sunday school will begin at ter will sing, as well as Mrs. *
9.30 p.m. wlrh the superlnted- Edith Jones. Hostesses for the
4943 dent and teachers In charge. occasion will be from the Usher
Morning service has been set Borad of Friendship Baptist
for 11 a.m. with the deacons ud the usher board of Grant
Memorial AME: Church. Refreshments TheNEWLqW
of
BEACH charge devotional service.
will be served following -
Choir and
usher board 2 will
serve and the pastor Rev. M. the affair. The Rev.Re- Rates
e
BOULEVARD J.TroweU will deliver the mes- mIlS Smith is pastor of theChur-: Heating _
sage. ch. Which is located on New
Kings Road at u.sJ
BRING THE KIDS Will Give You. .

FIRST BORN TEMPLE New Mt. Olive Sets
A i "SKIPPERED"JhLiP Sunday'Ii pastoral day. Sun
day school will be at 10 a.m.
V kI OF CHANNEL 12 TV Deacon McQueen is superintendent Communion Service
The morning worship begins
SAT. 24p.M.PRIZES at 11:15 a.m. and will be Holy communion service has:
preceded by devotions by the been set for (:30 p.m. Sunday
deacons. The joint baptism will evening at New Mt. Olive
I p ii be at 1.30 p.m. At 6 p.m. the with Rev. WJ..Glanton and officers
Lord's Supper will be held. in charge.
:Washing of the feet win also Sunday school will begin at
REFRESHMENTS take place. The church Is located 9:30 a.m. with the superintendent -
w AND NHTY OJ at 129 West Monroe. and teachers In charge.
Register 0 Will Morning worship is scheduled
ENTERTAINMENT MT. TABOR BAPTBTCHURCH for 11 a.m. with the devotional
DURING!"INnl'' 'Baptismal rites will be admin- service be lad by members of
A New Hammond CUIIUTIONChoose
Organ istered at the 11 a.m. service. the deacons board.
The lesson topic will be reviewed The deaconess board will meetat

AL from lowrey. KImball, KawaI and Story & VC by the pastor the Rev. S p.m. with the president
pECI p RYSAI H.T.Overstreet At the morning presiding.
Clark pianos. Only 25 down. LOW MONTHLY
service the choir will also Choir and usher board 1 will
TERMS. N be consecreated. At 3 p.m. serve throughout the day.
WY Deaconess Board I win meet Weekly activities include
/ P/q and will celebrate Its 49th an- prayer meeting set for Tuesday -
oNEY 0 niversary. The Rev. George night 7:30 p.m. followed
owRNy / / / Cherry will speak. The BTU by Bible study.
A
hbpN a, +ry will begin at 5.30.Deacon Paul Choir 2 will meet on Wednesday
Bleu Is president The evening night at 7.30 p.m. and-
eve worship begin 7 p.m. Choir 1 choir 1 will meet on Thursday
NEW LOCATION will sing with Mrs. Etta M. night at the same time.
4943 Singleton la charge. Usher Board On Friday night the gospel I
BEACH BLVD. Ho.. 3 will serve throug- chorus will meet at 7:30 p.m.
out the day. The church is located and on Saturday 4:00: p.m. the
OPEN 9..m.t.9.m. 359-4012 at 1451 Mt Herm at youth choir 3 will meet for rtberal. -

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wardrobe? powder cm make a bathroom Meat Ball Snacks made with tbd aid of a favorite pantry shelf For the ham, choose a boned
ink look like a rainbow! Wherever ''staple rolled oats Tender ground beef combines with the oats canned variety and have your
Here's how It works: and flavorrulc A T
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meat man do the slicing\ his
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sleep In the nightshirt, which avrL you apply your make-up 'tasty cheese sauce replaces the more common tomato sauce
machine.
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has a teeny bikini below.Then, __ -.- / at a dresser or lavatory as the dunking substance. And the sauce I* a snap to make. ham together with bit of
come morning, pop on the pantsuit "Le smoking" I la In Black apread two or three Kleenex Start with condensed cheese soup for the base, add seasonings white string and place a in a A
plus Its dandy necktie,and Watch plaid,Quilted at the collar tissues before you open the and beat. ahallow pan. Follow baking directions -
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each discover
floating powder They're alto guest C
currently the favorite fashion makes the entire "wardrobe"In with a marmalade or jam to
Snacks ate Presto! A new star of the bullet snack table is bora.1
handy for wiping brushes used
of the prettiest girls in Paris. easy-care cotton. flavor and glaze.
with that powder, and clean GALA MEAT BALL SNACKS Vegetable dishes are much
up consist of carefully foldingthe Makes 4 dozen easier to prepare thut day 'i
tissues and throwing them since so many frozen vtgttabletart
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BY MARTHA BRANDT .. Q.White flibjaet stockings are 4 oats (quick Cheddar cheese soupS other foodt.For balance,Birds
Some colon we now us all t.Use Color'Themes for Your .fa," but they don't look like old fashioned, I tablespoons milk: Eyt French Green Beam with
the time were not possible Rooms: You dont have to be nock with my brown loafer uncooked) I teaspoons Worcestershire SavMed Mtuhroomt are the ba
.just a few short year ego head of state to have a "blue What kind of shoe ibould I }v. cop milk since visor this vegetable eatterole:
The real history' of actually room", a "green room" or wear with then and where cs> I tablespoons minced 1 teaspoon onion Juice For your party of twelve,make
making color dates back to' whatever other color appeal' they be won? onion J4 teaspoon.. in 'ded two casseroles,
1858, when a chemist was lookIng to you. But If you decide to accentuate A. You're right! White' In i teaspoons sail. -- Party Green Bean Carole No. R-246
for another chemical and a color,using different but ao are all the pastel For meat ball .,.were Ingredients\ Shape to 1 package ((9 ox.) French Sixes 12-18
came up with a synthetic shades of that color along textured hoae. Wear them form 48 meat balls using about 1 tablespoon meat mixture for green bean with sante'ed
mauve or purple color. Although with white or beige to set off anywhere each. Melt S tablespoons shortening In large skillet. Add meat mushrooms
he dldnt leap up and, the color can give a memorable you would wear stockings balls; pantry about 15 minute, turning frequently Drain on \ chestnuts SMART cutaway lines for a three button suit with gently rolled!
1/2 diced water
say "Ha" I've started a new effect. But a* you discovered,. absorbent paper. cup industry the fact was he had: I.'Use Color u a Trademark they don't go well with loafer For sauce combine Ingredients; heat thoroughly. To serve 2 tablespoon water f jacket hemline. A suit to wear for every occasion and season
the dye Industry. No,:we dont mean go into the They look best with low fat- \Insert a toothpick In each meat ball. Dip meat balls into 1 tablespoon butter For woolens, heavy silks, textured cottons. any
Here are some suggestions, dye I business but let the heeled shoes with definitely hot sauce 1 can (10.11201.) condenaed
from the Textile Dye Institute, dye work for you. For In- rounded or squared toe If I PINEAPPLE BEANS cream of celery soup Price $1.00 R-246 is available in sizes 12, 14, 18, 18 Size
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1. Get Out of a "Color Rut". wear It, too. It will t tablespoons salad oil 1 ran (I 1/. os) pineapple mushrooms in a 1-1/2-quart
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Delight the family by serving
alrwt 1 ni lillq pan ,
savory Stuffed Chicken and {
II1St.IIIIIIAltlllll':: mummy Spicy Cream Sauce. Carnation 1
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Mitt makes the
Evaporated
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stuffing eztra-molct
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sauce creamy-smooth. Carnation
ht Inw m tn.: can help yon with all your

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( 11Ionr.nr...". ;, 1 teaspoon oregano
P 1 tablttpoon poppy seeds
I tablespoon sesame seeds|

:" /t teaspoon salt

..1 ) Vi teaspoon pepper
... 'I 1 cup chicken bouillon
d' .
,... 3V& to 4 pound frying or
v''" '. .-r- I. ftJ t roasting chicken
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Melted butter

/4 cup (5-ounce! can) r 4rs.a
, Home Economist Assists Yocag KonemakersIR drained sliced water
chestnuts
deelred.'I
V4 cup finely chopped onion

J IR The Art Of EcoRomical Food PreparationMobile V4 celery cup coarsely chopped .

err e.nl.rr.e e.
V4 cup finely chopped
green
Alabama and Johnson City; Tennessee. Bristol, Virginia, Albany, Georgia Portland pepper Good old soul food
Oregon and Milwaukee, Wisconsin. V4 cup melted butter M pizza pie.
Countless high school and college students,home economists and homaker groups of these and 1 tablespoon flour soul food dlahea
other communities are the wiser because Rattle McSwaln has been there. % cup (smell can) undiluted recipe featured here
Mrs. McSwaln, widely known field home, economist with the National Live Stock and Meat C Evaporated eggs, The BOM on I Ings and t
milk.
Board, Is a graduate Tuskegee Institute, where she took her masters degree In home econ- kation your cooking same--main
omics. In her 11 years u a touring teacher with the Meat Board, she has given more than makes meat loaves ,
2,500 meat cookery demonstration programs and bas traveled at least a Quarter of a million And It whips just like
miles. chiffon desserts. l'
Flexibility,versatility and mobility can best delcrl1)e the work of Mrs. ,McSwaln: Putting
fiveto) ten programs a week and preparing at least five recipes at each demonstration may (

seem arduous to the homemaker, but, toMrs.McSwalneach time she steps before an audienceIt H cup hominy grits !
Is a new challenge and opportunity. 1 teaspoon nil J
IVi
In telling the meat and nutrition story, Mrs. McSwaln Is especially Interested In reaching try cups cups (water large can) I
young people with correct Information on the subject. She works directly with student groups undiluted !
and also..stresses the Impportance of child and teen-age nutrition In her programs bribe evaporated milk
people closest to them parents and teachers.: And with good reason, too. Estimates are Mix together grits ;
that ISO per cent of the total population) will be under 20 years of age In the next decade. ually stir in water,
Santo water ebwtmtt otoon
Good eating! habits learned early In life, claims the food demonstrator, carry over Into ad- over boiling water, ;
celery and In the from heat blend
usually remalikwlth them In adult green pepper move ;
The develop years
ult eating patternsthey younger
years.
1/2 cup butter. Add flour and egg yolks; gradually
life and, In turn, will set the example for their children. What youngpeoplelearn today will to lukewarm. Beat egg' '
Carnation. Heat until smooth
not only affect their own lives but the lives of the next generation, Mrs. McSwaln believes. into cooled mixture \ \ ;: :: 1
economics two at and thickened,itlrrlne constantly. souffle dish. Bake In :
An expert in meat know-how, Mrs. McSwaln taught college home years :
MH lightly with remaining until knife Inserted In
Lorman Mississippi and one at Grambling College, Grambling, Lou-
Alcorn College, year
dry Ingredients and bouillon with melted butter, If
isiana, before Joining the Meat Board In Chicago. Everyone of her programs Is sure to Include -' 4 servings
Stuff chicken truss.Roast .
U.htlylDll
menu planning, meat, selection, freezing and storing, plus a complete description of In an open pan In a stow

the many meat cookery methods. oven (SU F.) for about S hours j '
to Mrs. McSwaln. She reviews various cooking proceduresand '
Practicality Is thekey, according Baste occasionally with melted "YOUR 'DOLlAR
relates how each one Is best suited to certain cuts of meat-beef, veal, lamb, or pork. butter. Bake extra dressing In '
She pointed out that some beef cuts can be cooked by a dry heat method, either roasting or :
a well-buttered, covered,.baking
while other cuts like an arm or a blade pot-roast must be BUYS MORE
broiling, suchas a sirloin steak, dish for the last hour of 1 / ,
braised to produce the best flavor and palatablllty, she says. a
Serve chlcUrf
roasting time. :
A significant example of findings that come out of continuing research has todo with a pork YOUR
AT
with Cream
Spicy Sauce. / BANNER
cookery study conducted at Iowa State University. Scientist there found that a pork loin Ii ,

roast may be cooked to an Internal temperature of 170 degrees F. rather than\ the previously SPICY CREAK SAUCE; Com- ;
.
recommended 183 degrees F. Advantages of this lower Internal temperature, says Mrs. : FOOD STORE"DIXIE
bine I tablespoons flour, 1/4 SPECIALS GOOD
McSwaln, Include less loss of natural Juices; therefore less shrinkage.! Less time Is needed teaspoon salt 1 'tir- QUANTITY '
less spattering Inside the oven, with no teaspoon poppy RESERVED THROUGH SATURDAY,
,tor cooking, too. And with reduced beat comes seeds, 1 teaspoon sesame seeds RIGHTS
explanation needed for this advantage. and Sit teaspoon Stir Inj .
has been sage. -
she
Mc3waWrmat-ardent fans. In some schools "
Teachers are some of Mrs:
to I tablespoons melted butter
called ,.upon to share her wealth of meat cookery knowledge with high school c1rlu"ry.. until mixture Is, smooth. Slow I j CRYSTALS '.;w' I ,

During the summer, ihcTuskegee native works with scholl lunch personnel ami. others undiluted ly add 1 Carnation 2/S cups large can) LIMIT ONE PLEASE. WITH js.co
Evaporated
Involved In quantity food service. She has. many tips on selecting and purchasing Interested meat In In Milk. Cook and stir over low' OR MORE FOOD ORDER ,5 (I. BAG 39I11IGAR C
omntlty' and how to serve It attractively And, of course everyone Is always hea t until smooth and thick .
simplifying work, be It in the.kitchen or on the serving line. Mrs.. McSwaln never neglects ened. Serve Immediately with

these sometimes troublesome, but always present aspects of quantity food service. Chicken and Dressing. Makes .
Because of her knowledge of the subject andner reputation as" an effective demonstrator,' about I {
>In school lunches at the cups. SHORTENING
she was called on to present a special program on meat products
annual convention of the American School Food Service Association a few years back.


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Sammy Davis Jr. now intone .; :; September, 13TALLAHASSEEFAMU
PII' 4 of communication is the
I
don There he made his first Charles, tops in music, told 'Jbe dance is definitely a means ,
"KldsShouU '1 ,,, opinion of versatile Katherine Dunham, one of the world's<
here that
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"Salt and Pe- newsmen )
Lrltish:
picture
} tka, teacherl
per," has made all the headlines ( not use LSD."Just off the plane- '' '.. ... .. Florida AIM University opens IIS I leading choreographers, archeologist, writer and '
been many times interviewed here for a concert, the singer for the fall term Sunday September "" ,dancing.
,
"" Miss Dunham at time a professor on the faculty
present
'and has been follow- pianist told Junkies to "Give F' 17m 1967 with a seven day and culto-
dance
of a mld-westera university, is heading a
admirers and it Up. orientation period for new stu
everywhere by .
.ral which 1s designed to bring out the best in young
Charles said be quit the drug program
well wishers who, It seems, dents. FAMU will Join other
children in the where she is serving Children are engaging
bit and feels better He said, .. Institutions area
Just wnat to be around when in the State Univerity to
in the of the arts and are exposed
don't know the answer to performance
"I
be passes by. .. system of Florida Ingoing _
< Dunham
culture Miss .
Whether at theSheppertonStu- the problem, but one of the on the quarter system of says ---- scripts for use of television
dios or at Alvaros restaurant' sad songs in this world is that operation this fall. Prior toga A reduction delinquency foreign countries. She was chO'
the actor, described as a bun- when you say'don't' it makes / log on the trimester system in 4 4sA be a result of such courses,the regnipher for the play"The Bible
dill nf encrrv I* always on the people want to do it. 1962, FAMU has been on the semester artist said. In addition to that, directly by John Housto.
go, seemingly tireless. Davis,. system. !\ "-, children will be able to express and;taught the famous actress

approaching 41 years, however, Prose Of Sigma The FAMU faculty will bold themselves better through Ava Gardner to dance. She alit,
said he will have to cut down Is conferences September 16 through songs, rtythmlc exercises and
BIG MAN for a 'bit jot -
his pace. But, he finds the September 19 and the new :;,, the study of primitive art and
Gamma RhoThe Franklin P. Ollivierre, 33 year
small discotheque of Alvards'Cameram students are expected to report .. music.
-old native of Bedfod, Mass., .
i. The teacher is working with
a'on new national president of who is credited with aiding the at September 17. Registration .
the seat at for all new students will be held \ three groups, 7 to 1,12 to 15
Shepperton's say the biggest the Sigma Gamma Rho Sororityis sucess of the Chicago Federal September 20 and the dormitories and IS to 20. They are encou- .
problem Is getting Davis to remain DR. L.A.Williams of Wash- Executive Board in improving will be opened.. tori '. .\:. \ raged to looking forward to directing -
D.C. Dr. Williams was .
still long enough to ger ington-, -* _. .'", --"t relationships between mana- returning students the same day their own shows Upon .
: .
:
in focus. A reviewer In Lon gement and the public in such Returning students will register completion ci the courses they .

don says It took four hours to critical areas a s equal employment September 21-22, and graduate ......... present somewhat of a final .. .
get enough fo an article, but opportunities and urban students will register 23. performance.Miss t '
.Isq.f wed to For ,
God what be be. one thing, he's lost U6 ,
problems. An alumnus of Dunham a graduate of
the effort was rewarding. The Rattlers will play their "
Davis, a personal friend and Boston university, with a mas first home football game of the pounds In less than a year, etch is a spectacular changeIn the University of Pennsylvaniaand '
Itself. For another he has color TV seta than he : .
co-actor with Peter lAwford ter's degree from Michigan State 23 more a former fellowship student : '
season September
Ollivierre has a staff of Saturday, knows what to do with. And he has terribly flat feet. of the school spentmuch, '. ',
is acting In this play, "Saltan aganlst South Carolina State same ,. :
d Pepper", written by Law- 29 which conducts research, College Bulldogs from Orange-. God, of course what he's called by his Intimate friends. You time in Egypt and other areas, I I"i. .:" ;...!. '..... .' .'
ford and /is playing the part of correspondence and filing, for burg at 9:30: p.m. in Bragg Sta probably knwo him as the inimitable Godfrey Cambridge, where she made efforts to cor- : '..... ... '..?.;;\\, .
Charles Salt. LawfordlsChrls- CFEB's .various committees. dium. popular actorcomedian who began his show business career relate and record findings: on .J' );jf"
topher Peper. Both are nightclub His position is that of asslsi as a professional laugher in television audiences. the ancient art of dancing. r-'

owners In Soho and become tant to CFEB board charlman Despite Godfrey's mounting getting a Purple Heart." With a long career on the stage
Involved in a series of funny Arnold J. Rauen. (NPI Photo) Governor sucess as both a nighclub per- The Supreme Court: "Pm glad the artist first appeared as a
incidents. Filming of the play Wallace'sChildren former and movie personality 'to see the Supreme Court has dancer with the Chicago Opera KATHERINE DUNHAMdid
caused so much confusion In the Shriners GiveScholarships the really big thing in his life finally made interracla marriages 'Company but since 1943, she the choreography for "Peg
area that police made the group Integrate these days is his diet. lega. I'm certain thai has bad( her own cultural arts featuring Eartha Kltt.
"But don't think having lose school in New York Her
move elsewhere. mulattoes across the country Cltr, Upon her return from Rome,
But Davis continues as the 116 pounds doesn't have Its bad were reassured when they beard first professional appearance'was Miss Dunhan, is spite of add
-...- MONTGOMERY, ALA -Peggy side," he vys. "I finished a in New York with
the
virtually indefatiguable actor, At ConventionCLEVELAND. the news, too." City Titles at the university this
elecM at the recent conclave Wallace 17, and George Wallace ,
movie tleled 'The Predient'eAnalyst' Federal Theather
Miss
often longing to be back on the Negor crime: "Our soul bro Project. world traveler finds time for
scene and always aware of the in Detroit. The new president OIUOFlfteeLhundred Jr. 15 children of Gover and since I was so thers should move away from Dunhan, 1940 made her debut horseback riding cooking uA
fact that he must always give is an associate profess of So- or more delegates recently nor Lurleen Wallace andGeorge big they made me apresent of that violent kind of crime and in "Cabin in the Sky painting She has,even time oat
the best, enjoy the admiration cUl Sciences at Howard University converged on the city of Sr., are enrolled in the inte- the wardrobe 1 wore in the film get intl that white collar typeof Although the dance has her ,to be honored as Chevalier of
of thousands! and rely, Cleveland where they held the grated Lanier High school here "The only problem was that mass thievery The middle forte, Miss Dunham has chosen the Haitian Legion of Honor
I 7th Annual Imperial Council The youngest Wallace girl, Jinie as I continued to loose weightthe class whites have been stealing u a second interest books, and Merit and baS, been clued
Convention and the 56th Annual Lee, six, is a student in the clothes didn't fit so I for but they know the writing of articles, and
years, by the Fraternity of Honorary
I Imperial Court Session private St. James Methodist gave them back to Paromount how to make It profitableandnot short stories.addition to that, Women
of
1.017 the of
I rHpOX. PHUNK OM 1.OlelI of the Ancient Egyptian Arabic Church school. Studios. I wonder If that makes get caught." she has produced numerous University
I "'A UviNa, .iKvict fat THI LIVINO order of Nobles of the Mystic Peggy is a senior and George, me an Indian receiver? Hippies: "They're basicallya Chicago.
Shrine. Jr., a sophomore in the integrated Another gift Godfrey receivedfor white, middle class manifes -
RANGE FUNERAL HOME The Lodge has Jurisdiction school Of the more than apperances in other films tation. It's quite disconcerting :

B727 N. W. 17TH AVINUBM : over 172 shrines through the 40,000 studants in the Montgo including" Silent Treatment to go shopping in Beverly Hills f r it- CoAUTO -;n, 'Icmmm.: (Litli k s
country, in the Bahamas and mery system, some 500 Negroes "The Biggest Bundle ofThem '
ATHAUIK "NANOC' : N. PArnien' < ANO6WNM also has Armed Forces Temple are in formerly white schools AU," "The Busy Body," Bye see realize a barefoot white boy and [ INSURANCE SERVICE U-COWf,
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| /..H.$.... Oir' '.OT..'. PUNIHAk BU MANAAlft OI'' Shrinedom has placed strong chers. Five white teachers have shows, "The Monkees" and Pat Black determination N.W.7thAVI&SS"'IT!: ,
emphasis of gifts to Institutions also been assigned to formerlyall Boone Show." simple: If I'm not for men:,"IP who r.... c mall _:..Ia'WIUfIlU1.JO.III. .

The Cestisaatsl CM PresentsMiami's Negro schools. One of the less publicizedfacts will be? And If not now, then
about Godfrey is that he's when' I

Announcing The Grind Opening Of as accomplished writer, having And how does Godfrey maintain
recently completed a book titled '
his steady flow of material? -
"Put Downs and Put Ons." Ann'sShopping-
.JJatl/ "I do my own writing,"he says.
Jun, He's also contributed to the Some of it taken from tapes
i script of an upcoming movie 1 all of shows I
& tape my so
Wigs Wigiets
WIG FASHIONS "Pardon Me. Sir, Is My Eye won't loose any new material.
Hurting Your Elbow?" Other stuff is gleaned from Center

No Money "The marvelous thing about everyday experiences.
Switches
& being a comedian, whether as a That's why Pll drive places
writer or a performer," notes rather than take a plave sometimes -
Down 1.25 God, "is that when you get mad Maybe something Interesting
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No. 1 Soil Orchestra '.T. Kmt comes
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as recently from the "think sessions" he Groceries'Meats'VegetablesBEER
< Department SUn lywood. His somments from his puts himself through in his home

9 E. Ruler; DIner ceasing dialogue. study room.Whatever .
FRANK WILLIAMS & THEROCKETTES On the war: "Recently, whena the sorce, Godfrey
lall Florid'
GJ. met a Viet Cong In the MacAuthur Cambridge bas mo-

Plane 377-3865 bush! he yelled 'the devil with ved the American publuc as no I WINE TO 60 "
featuring'Little Ho Chi MIn'. The Viet Cong other comedian has. Fellow comedian
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Studies Medical Clay CHter Eaters Jewish Leaders Say ..mAid t They Led Him AwiyMILWAUKEE ALTAR CALL


.1 By EMORY G.DAYS D. D.
DRUHAM, N.Cr-to a recent Ghettoes By NEGRO PRESS INT1iRNAT1ONALSOMETHING'S
Build Hate
study of pregnant women in
Piedmont and eastern sections HAPPENING
of the state, the Duke Medical

Center found t! percent ot toe WASHINGTON D.Cj Ghetto dwellers, National Jewish Under massive oppression, to* faithful and committed; finda
women craved for a mouthful Leaders tear, may be developing stronger anti-Semitic way to Ira
of clay Instead of dill pickles( attitudes. According 't is a recent release, "There is evidence wa,to survive order to preserve that in which. they believe.
and ice cream. that ghetto anger has been directed toward Tends, Tie Negro slaves in pre-Civll War days,committed to the hoped
But the practice Is dangerousand as a class, and that black nationalists whose influence freedom, and with the bdp of abolitionist whites, cooperated
can cause severe anemia, among Negroes seems to be growing are supplying. the la establishing the Underground Railraod.
:e: said Dr. Roy Parker, chairman Impetus for anti-Semitism." There were no puffing engines or gleaming steel rails,but I
of the Duke obstetrics( and gynecology The Anti-Defamation League of Bnal IPrlto, when Interviewed there was a rlout ot escape open to toe daring and fiatoful. I
department. did not place too much belief In this suggestion, For 250 years, the early Christian Churchill Rome was virtually -
Parker said it is unknown why however ffnai Berlin has written its regional offices, ask an underground movement with its secret ceremonies I
pregnant women eat clay. The ing that they do some research on the matter and submit and assemblies after dark la secluded seetings. They were

practice, known as geophagla, full reports there to. forced underground by the power of an oppressive Roman gov
flourishes throughout the South Oscar Cohen, nation program director d the League, has ernment.
and in other parts of the world. requested the American( Psychological Association to study A quarter century ago, the activities of toe andergroung moved
He compared the compulsive the attldtudes of Negroes toward Jews, through one of Us ment in Europe of those trying to escape the wrath of Hitler and
clay eater to a chain smokeror panels. Some importance: was attached tp the matter when, his anti-Semitism made thrilling stories heroism and daring.

an alcoholic. in Chicago recently, a "new conference" spoke out, not Again, as !in all similar situations, the spirit of freedom WILL
White clay is considered a aganW SvidlUsm, but aganist "imperlallstlce Zionism." find a way toescape oppressions-will find a route toward mean-
delicacy by most ot the women, There were, among those who came to the conference some tngful; fulfillment for life.

but they eat both white and red who expressed dislike of Jewry and Zionism. However,: f And now in our time, there is another underground movement,
III clay. The clay holes are found their remarks were made, more or less in private. According more aptly labled by a prominent Roman Catholic layman as
In secluded rural spots near to reports, the Student Non 'Violent Coordinating the "underground church.

()0 I. railroads bed and rivers or Committee printed a newsletter condemning Zionism and toe "underground church." DonaU J.Thorman, publisher, National

t creeks. Israel. Catholic Reporter,Kansas City,Mo.,has written abotu this
Many of the women told Duke James Baldwin, Internationally known writer, and author new phenomenon in Overview, published by toe Thomas More
4w physicians they eat their fill Harry Golden withdrew iron SNCC following the newsletter.At Association, Chicago
of clay during their first trip the power conference in Newark there were strongly Thorman asserts that the "underground chord growing In
to the source, whose location expressed anti-Judaism attitudes, particularly in the private : Catholicism because toe offlcialchurchhasbeenslowto reform
they guard closely, meetings. Itself. Catholics who have lost faito in toe"church as authoritative

Some have been eeen eating "Jewish a name according to .ome"pYlD to the Jews teacher" and who find no relevance: fortheir faith under the
marble-site hUla:: of clay while drive. Some pamphlets, in Detroit, distributed following oppressive weight of the institutionalized churchflnd escape to

waiting for an appointment at the rolls, bored the title "Goldberg the Lanlord." Jews a more meaningful faith< in the underground church.

Duke during the study. in many cities, have moved from the dwellings in which Such groups include: priests, nuns, laymen Protestants,Jews,
Dr. Parker said most of the they lived and have moved elsewhere: but have retained other believers, agnostics and atheists brought together in awareness -
clay eaters were between !0 owershlp of their apartment; buildings.! However, little or and challenged to serve people and their causes.
and 30 years old, usually Negro no effort has been put forth to keep the rented-to-Negroes Groups are reported to have "Euchartetlc happenings"where

women from poverty backgrounds dwelling in condition.Mr. / -Rev. James Groppl!, advisor of Milwaukee1 NAACP Youth Council, who they read the Bible, hod discussions and try to achieve real
of, who cIa11 eat one to two Cohen emphasised that, before the riots the attitudesof has led open-housing marches on the city's south side, was marched off to Jail late August communion, man with man. The wirier says this kind of celebration
ounces clay ,. he felt that is being increasingly regarded u the "true celebration
However ,
anti-Semitic. ,
not other demonstrator
Most of them are from Negroes were SI, for violating an ordinance prohibiting demonstrations at night. Many "
super- the of the Eucharist.
Jews were more or less placed in the same category were arrested. (UK TELEPHOTO)
stitlious families. They have whites, because of color. One official too, stated that The spirit of freedom under any kind ot oppression-racial
been told by their mothers that
religlous.polltical( a viable self-pre
"Some Jews unscrupulous.
eating clay will keep their baby The University are ot California is now publishing a book Young Woman:Robbed through underground movements. This is meaningful revolution. .

from being blrtomarked; thatit which it is said on to show that Negroes are less anti- .
goes
( relieves nervous tensions; Semitic than anti-whites and are also less anti-Semitic than While Going To WorkA World News Digest The loud voices! in today's Black Revolution would be better
and that It contains Iron. gentiles The survey shows that Negroes perfer Jews to Non- silenced and replaced by outlet, man-to-man, secret, underground
The opposite 1* true, Dr. Jewish whites.A young woman was strong activity committed to freedom. If s high time for w. Underground
Parker said the study found. Detroit Anti-Defamation League official, Richard Loben- armed of her purse and contents BETTER JAIL THAN.. Altar.Alabama .
K Iron in clay becomes a fillet thaL reports that anti-Semitism ,was not a great factor In while waiting to catch a PRETORIA -(NPI)-Emulating the late and "original" sit-in
I in the stomach absorbing proponent-Mahatma Gandhi-tfana Sits, former president,
Lobenthal continued
Mr the of Dora
the recent Detroit disturbances. bus on corner
iron from food. saying that the problem cannot be proben to the depth because and Park Streets. 'l'rIUllVWInd1aD Congress, entered prison to begin serving his Governor Easiness Maaager
h third sentence last week for refusing move out of the home he
of the nature. However, be did say, that an effort is Miss Eleanor Elaine Man-
7ls being made to check those who have been an who remain aram, 23,1212 Dora St.,related has occupied for the put 37 years.The area in which his homeis Says "Play Dixie"
located has now been reserved for whites only. Sita went to
1t unscrupulous their deal that she was standing on the
jail rather than pay a $280 fine. He served similar terms I n
111 corner of Dora and Park St., MONTGOMERY, ALA.-NPI-
sit PresMeBt JoJissoa Wilts waiting on a bus, when a many 1963, and 1965.LANGUAGE The Confederate flag..symbol 1 t

1 I I Alcorn College she described to authorities, of Southern slavery..must be
LAW
Units as being approximately SO- at the football ot
ttd More Negroes In Gwrd KUALA LUMPt1R-NPI-I'NaJay spoken here" became the flown games
years-old, six-feet tall, wore 'all stat..I\IRIOrtedcoUeeeland\
For rule of the law in Malayasia lastweek, when the language lawmaking
Braves Set
7 a uniform shirt and dark universities according to are-
It that National Guard- green ,
appears President Lyndon B. Johnson Malay the official tongue of the country went into ef-
f pants, grabbed her and forced solution by Lurleen B.
men throughout the country are through a directive ot recent fect. Two days later, police had to use tear gas to break up demonstrations signed
Season her against the wall of a build Wallace.
receiving, or will receive, date, has, though his suggestions Wianteg In Penang against toe law.
- ,log AH colleges must also play
training in controlling urban
implemented a
programfor
Miss Manaram, said the suspect "Dlxle"along with AliUma's
disorders. The final phase roll control by the National 'LORJrWCIr SS.Npl.CoaebMarino GO HOME
then ran his arm her and the national an
up state
of military tactics to be employed guard. Among the first recommendations H. Casern's 1967 edition dress. The victim related that ZINJ1BAR, South Arabia-(NPI)-For a change it was"Enllsh- song
by National Guards dispatched made home in the South Arabian State of Fadhll last week them.
was one of the Alcorn College Br- the man go ,
she grabbed suspect by While the anthems are being
into riot areas would, that the recruitment former general of The new business manager at
Negroes pee! win not take a back slat arm and with his free had the when Qatan Aahabi/3-year-old secretary the Confederate
be fire power designed to produce ,be stepped up.. "'" to anyone. her and the National Liberation Front, came out of four years of exile. played, American Grambling College, Grambling
should
'e .casualties. Whether the 1 'General Trockmartay'commender These young warriors are get suspect grabbed purse His first words "were a demand that Britain immediately surrender and state flags La., Paul King is a strong advocate -
from the
President has been appraised of the Detroit troops ting ready to embark on another ran scene. all power to toe NLF in the 17-state South Arabian be raised for getting the most out
As of the report toe suspectwas The resolution Is not a matter .
of this turn in the implementation labelled the Michigan Guardsmen rough and tough SWAC season Federation, and get out of the country. of, financial resources while
of his directive has not u "triger happy"a still being sought bjr police of law, but it will l have a meeting the demands for service
with 25 returninllettrmen
authorities. force on colleges dependent
binding
been learned. AWARDEELOS and greater effectiveness- j
cluding: two highly touted sophomore
state for funds.
I toe
-- quarterbacks.The ANGELES- Catholic Priest
I -. offensive line spearheaded award, presented by the Improved Benevolent Protextive Order lege.
by Co-captians Willie Bank ot Elks of the World (IBPOEW), Bahamas Premier Lynden 0.
'tJI and Ken Tillage should be as. Heads Wise. Drive Plndllng, picked up his award during the Elks meeting recently.The I 1

good or better than that of last award, cited him for "most distinguished service rendered SEAFOOD
season. MILWAUKEE, Wiss-Hegroes humanity." While in Los Angeles, the premier alsocarrled out CENTER

I The Braves lost their entire were arrested by toe scores some official business, in his role as Minister for Tourism and 144 H. MYRTLI AE
starting offensive backfield last after police armed with rifles Development, at the local Bahamalan tourist office. -- =

season because of graduation, and riot clubs stormed open SPANISH MACKEREL
l Q'CS5J presenting a big question mark housing demonstration being M.P. DIESKINGSTON Truk.a,, otk., se.Jow'e Jove. C
,.. for Coach Casern. held In a burned out freedom Jamaica -{(NPI)-The ranks ot Jamaican politicians 3 9
J 1'\ The defensive unit will be a bouse. were thinned again last week when B. B. Coke, Minister NORFOLK SPOTS

') ..... veteran group with great speed The demonstration 'was held in of Parliament and a former PNP (People's National Party) .lVIii"pees '" tf.MIXED .
and maneuverability.All-SWAC defiance of state of emergency SPEAKER OF THE House, died after a brief illness. A to)
J .....E:) James Williams, Jow Owens order Issued by Mayor Henry school teacher, he entered politics under the PNP banner over PAN FISH

.. and Roy.Welch will lead the way. W. Mater. Mater forbade 20 years: ago.Negro 1'ro4 ., air roast ...,..,
oV) The season started early for demonstrations and open occupancy

-- the Braves with the first game marches into white NAACP Fights tines rA'I',wasr ooesrMULLET.
oS
0 being played Saturday, Septem neighborhoods had triggered Homed

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:: Waco, Texas. night! in the tear gassing of For /Gee edd.-os,. onl'.

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Louisiana TV Nation
Gets Father James E. Groppl!, the S.CXThe
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+' tj : his followers being delayed by war and other things, .a step closer to a Federal Skis-on hoes As Irta
A six-month, "start up"grant WMON-TV finally began operations court showdown here in its $2 35 box
hauled away and later declared, SOLD IN s u. lOX ONLY D
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areas for work and will in be antipoverty spent with Mayor priest Mater, denounced a udictator"The police by state a building International at toe foot Trade ot Canal Mart controversial During a pre-tial lotion hearing grants last act. OULrcitur DEVIL srsoua CRABS rACIC 28e...

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f Inc. This announcement toe porch of the building next special programs.Selected NAACP and Justice Department ,It fO'fll.__
was made by Jess e M. for the directorship to IUbmUbr1efs '
of to Freedom House u police lawyers 117 Sept. SHELL OYSTERS ... 5'0YOliOWE
MerreD Jr. acting director
arrested on of his top aides, was O.C.W. Taylor, veteran 20, sad the state 30 days there
Office of
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'uQ Prentice McKlnney, who had newspaper man, retired public after.
g a toe Office of Economic Opportunity been standing beside him. school programist, and, for 23
located in Atlanta. Some of those arrested years, a fixture at WNOE radio.
direct or were '
) The local executive members of the black-bereted .
will be named later. Jacksonville : "commandoes" As producer: d special pro-
of
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youth
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Special Bear Hauling "Tips On Baseball" DsrcAer Curses "Tournament Winner" News From TSieRattlers'


Permit To Be Sold .
Cubs Hard Lsck
LAKE ClTY-SpecUl bear hun ; DenTALLAHASSEE

Wag p.r m I b which will autho CHICAGO, ILL/ The bljques- ;:i'' P '
rise the sportsman to participate to around Bruins' town is,where "
In the special bear hunts would the Bobs be today If Ken FLA,-FAMU)-After one week of pratlce,
conducted within boundaries Holtxman had been available to ; Florida A&M University's head coach A.8. GaIther Is pleas
of the Osceoia! Forest, September them all season long? .'t. .:.,4 Ii ed but not satisfied with the Rattler praline seasons. Post'
It through October 1, are Holtzman, who went into the f; ., I '" Ore aspects Include the attitude and the_ .P>rlcal con-
now m tale at the Lake City army last May after scorjngflve ',1;".' .. duos of 95% of the Team. Negative pects) Include a fewlinemen
Regional Office of the Came r' victories without a defeat, has 1.... ; ,d, '. .'\", ', '_, who are slightly overweight and timing on blocking
and Fresh Water Fish Commis been making weekend appearances w.' ;> ;" assignments
elm According to Major Robert since the end of his bask li".j; "Our timing Is a little off, days Coach GaIther, but thats:
Brantlynortheast regional training. ; ... to be expected In the first week of pratlce, we should Iron
I
manager for Commission, The Cubs have won everytlme ,,. 'i 1 out our weight and timing problems before the first game."
the cost of toer permit Is $5.00 Holtzman pitched for them and t : '!!: 1 Some of the Rattler linemen are being switched around
', .
and will serve u the paRsoort 1'w when this does happen Leo Du- N Pia JJ'i'J.' ...",.. ,".", ,,",' players designated as offensive are working out on defense
to special-bear bunting entertain. rocher their manager, curses' and (defensive linemen are getting a taste of offense' ; Her-
meat In the Osceola Forest hapless luck.of the Cubs. Mrs. Maxino meares W bass On man Jackson,. 210 pound end from Miami has earned three
without requirement of the public i The stylish southpaw has had letters as a defensive end, but so far he has played more at
management area stamp.A ; J three passes in tile last four the offensive tight end spot in prance Sharon Stalhrorm MO
prehunt study of the bear situation weekends and has recordered Recent European Golfing TourMrs. pound offensive guard Is also seeing it both ways.
In the forest Indicates a three victories in as many Carlmon:Jones, leading candidate for the strong side,offensive -
more prospective'season expected starts including a 6-$ decision Maxine Meares, 1734 Campus Street, Has Just returned .tackle actions do not mean that any racial changes are
for the bonterdnetodrl- over New York on September I, to the city after completing: a golfing tour which in the making.

er conditions over that of last Lacuna from the film, "Tips On Baseball," shows Willie The victory gave the Cubs a dou- took Her to Spain, :Paris, and London. According to Coach GaIther, "Because of the lack of depth
year and better road conditions. Mays demonstrating the batter's grip to a group of bltJ-lwader sweep which mov- In l our offensive and defensive line from tackle to tackle,
Interested sportsmen are urg- admiring fans. The 16 mm film was produced by The Co ed them into second place in the Mrs. Hears, competed In the I Meares again. This tournamentwas some of our linemen may be called on for either a defensiveor
ed to purchase tile special per- ca-Cola Company and reveals some of the strategy which National League, U 1/2 games 5th International Golf Tournament held at Miami Springs offensive slot, and if we i have to make a move that way
mit soon as possible to give made Mays one of the game's all-time greats. behind St. Louis, at the Club De. Campo, Country Club, Miami Florida we want them to be ready."
the Commission an estimated Where we could be U we had golf course, In Madrid, Spain The hot putting Jaxon, also blue Chip status on a football team Is a rare commodity, but
expectancy of tile mounting nine more victories? I'll tell ,July 1025. She was a 2nd place was a second place winner, in the Florida A&M Rattlers, although lacking depth in many po-
honitng pressure.. **** **** Eagle.Eyed Scout yon where we'd be, we'd Jackie winner,Robinson playing In the 2nd flight. 17th UGA National Golf tourn- sltoos, can. boast of quite a few blue chippers on the offensive -
be fighting for the pennant exBrooklynDodger ment and defensive teams. Blue Chip status is reserved for
THAT IN SPORTSWhen Don't give me any of those fool- great presented Mrs. Miss Gertrude Styles, 1572 W. those players who can achieve It because of their ability on
THIS N' ish arguments that other guys Meares with her trophy.On 30th St. was on tour and also the gridiron. It Is a tacit bestowal of respect and admiration
Praise Pro SigneesKANSAS have won some of the games August 7-16, Mrs Mears, a winner In the competition. by the coaches and players to those members of the squaro
the Smith twins Norland and Noland stand side by placed 1st while in the
playing
Holtxman would have won. I'd who have earned through their pertromance since they'vebeen
side people never have any trouble deciding which is the CITY, KANSUoyd have their victories and Boltsman's first flight, In! the Three Ring Rattlers.Starting .
football has BaJantine Charity tournament Coach M emU Trims
player. Wells, an eagle-eyed scout golf -
too,. with the defensive line, one player stands out, he's
Norland born 20 minutes earlier Is 5-foot-ll and 190 That
pounds. signed many Negro College pro- tourney was held "
"That's the way Los Angeles good and the Rattlers know it. They call him "The Monster,
Noland Is 5-61/4,154 pounds. propects and is particularly it would be when the at the Laurel Country Club, teats Just what he Is when he grabs an opponent who unfortunately -
"When we're together Noland >le always tIIlJ1k he'. selec- figures Sackett Lake Montecello '61 Fn Football Squad
"peq his N.
says pleased to note that Dodgers lost Sandy Koufax, happens to be running with the bay.< and he crabs
the football player. lions, from Negro colleges, continued Durocher. "They figured Y. After"Just one week pratlce, them often. Rudolph "monster" Sims, a 250 pound defensive
But they're wrong. And if Hank Stram's right,the Kansas City have figuratively 'Iced the Chi :Placing another first while Coach went
so and so would pick up John A.Merritt through guard- has been a blue chipper since his freshman season.
Chiefs have added another weapon to their arsenal as they open efs 1967 cake. few wins here and this other guy playing In the first flight, of a his final selection for A former all state tackle from Blake High School in Tam-
defense of their American Football League championship on a about. Noland Smith Scotch Foresome
Raving there.Butit was Mrs. Tennessee State University's55man
would get some more pa, be Is considered by many pro-scouts as a cinch for the big
four-game weekend program. matchless ex-Tenn. Kick-off didn't work out that way did it? Quarterback Search varsity sqvard that W111 time. Although be weighs 250 pounds Sims can still run 40
The.Chiefs open at Houston Saturday night while Boston Is and punt return specialist and .
"With Kootaxtheywmtbepensent open September 15 on the West yard dash In less than five seconds.
at San Diego. Sunday, New York is at Buffalo and Denver at Willie LanIer who was voted last year Without him, Coast aganlst San Diego State Playing next to Sims at the o1! er-defenslve." guard slot is
PracticeGREENSBORONCA
Oakland. the Most Valuable :Player of the they're in eighth place. Highlights College. Richard Ford, 222 pound senior from Boca Raton He learned
And the first man to touch the ball for the Chiefs as the 1967regular Athletic
Central Intercollegiate "Hottzman means as much: to fruitful "We'll have 77 men on the pro Blue Chip status last lear when his players voted him defensive -
season rolls Into high gear could well be Noland Smith. Asscottation, last season.WeUs Koufax old to the Dod- gram but 2Z of them will be red- 'linemen of !'
The little guy Stram hopes will give the Chiefs a game-breaker has chided one NFL scout."I us as \ search for a starting quarterback the year Fast and rugged,Ford and Sims
on kickoff and punt returns.So told you they (Smlthand Lanier gers. has been the highlight of sbirted this year,"Merrltt ex- will make Rattler opponents think twice before.running the
tar Strain has been and the Smith's too-small detractors till nrwninr week. of fmthallpractice orutheir middle.
right Out
) would be stars.
pro at ALT State DJverlity. F pigskin campaignthis Three lettermen who aptly fit the famous btt1endjecUve.
For the Noland Seen As ,
wrong. during pre-season games, of sight Is the word for both Coffin
the merrlttmen start "Hostile mobile
year, and agile" return to the safety and defensive
returned 10 for 256 touch
punts yards, Including a 72-yard 'em. We killed the Bears and with 28 returning lettermen halfback
down run and brought back nine kickoffs for 359 yards including Coach Plggott has been disheartened positions.
Rams In
are looking to do the from
a 99-yard touchdown Jaunt against the NFI/s Chicago Friday at Los Angeles. Tough MSU Foe when he learned that last year's undefeated Leading the group Is Major Hazelton, (-1, 135 pound gazelle
on team that Includes all-every- who the hundred
,Bears. ten Junior Craig Sills, who started runs yard dash 9.6. Hazelton led all Rattlers
Wells then listed the key
But that's what Stram anticipated when be spotted Noland at Chiefs he discovered on cam- Mich. at the post last year, and half bcuys quarterback Eldridge Rattler rotal to 14. A member of the famous Rattler 440 and
Tennessee State."I EAST LANSING, back Mike Johnson of Richmond Dickey, and both offensive and 880 relay team, Hazelton is considered by pro scbouts asa
pus, respectelvely, at Negro Coach Duffy Daugherty was a defensive lines. Last season
has been declared scholastically cinch for the big time*
actually went down to Tennessee State with the names of Otis
Colleges. They are Tay- Bill Yeoman
happy man to see Dickey: was the team's most
three players," Stram explains. "I watched them carefully lor ((Prairie View), Willie Lan- come to Michigan State's cam- Ineligible. honored athlete. He was picked as the outstanding freshman back in his first
but the player who impressed me most was not one of the Ier (Morgan State), Qoster RIchardson with clubs Instead cia Pip Quickly decided to make season,, and has been earning honors ever since. Last year
three but Coach pus golf slgnalcallers of sophomore "This early opening game he was voted the outstanding defensive back by his teammates
Noland. John Merritt told me he had been (Jackson State), Em- football -
telling people about Noland but they were afraid because of his met Thomas (Bishop, Texas squad of rugged looking Merl Code of Seneca, S.C., and stepped up things at pratlce and coaches* and be was selected to the first team on the All
players.Yoeman faster than we would ordinarily
size." junior Willie :Pearson of Winston Southern In tercolleglate Athletic Conference squar. He is a
College), Willie Mitchell, Flet- you see, coaches the Merritt confessed. "Yet
Salem. At week's leading candidate this season for All-Amerlcan
endPig-
Stram honors.
wasn't. Smith was. But only about getting drafted."I cher Smith and Noland Smith of Houston
strong University got was elated with the results out big disadvantage has been :Playing next to Hazeltm is a former High School teamate who
was afraid because of size that I wouldn't be drafted
my
(Tenn. State), Gene Thomas team which visits he re
football the cool weather for this time
says Noland. "But there was no doubt in my mind that I could AIM) Andy Rice and Bobby 23 to play "These two kinds will do the janks as the second fastest Rattler on the iquard. Nathaniel
mate it. I.was Just worried they wouldn't give me a chance." Hall (Texas Souther University on Septermber MlchlganState eleven Job if they don't get hurt/'sald fo year. It has not allowed' us James of Bartow, (-1 and 19.5 pounds, James is also the most
to In condition wbIcbas
Daugberty's
Plggott. "Both of them have get top \ vicious tackler In thedevensive backfleld. A rugged competitor -
), Ceasar Belser (Arkansas in the Spartans' first attempt accounted for a nuo1b r'or
a naturalness you don't find In who gets a bigger kick out of making a tackle than running
A.M.IN.) and George KIDney to remain unbeaten three many boys switched from some annoying injuries. with the ball desp1t.belne able to do a 9.5 hundred.
(fey). straight years.Someone other position to quarterback., Giving a quick appraslal of the The surest tackier, of the three Is Eddie Cooper who holds

Martini ? Although college the selectee average,can good be Invited Yoeman to a Actually, ,both boys played teas prance progress mer- down the safety slot. 6-1, 185 pounds, Cooper not as fast as
Negro Michigan State Alumni Day.At quarterback In high school and ritt revealed, "our offensive Hazelton and James, but he makes up for it with quick moves
signed for five thousanddoUar.lOme first Inert vaf BoTootbaU talk backfIeld is In real good shape
Pearson played some asafreshman and a keen mack for diagnosing: play.He's always where the
of them bring very high because Yoeman had made many at A4T. Before pratlce started,we were ball is, and he's not to slow either, since be runs a 9.8 hun-
prices. Pete Barnes was paid friends in has seven years here Code and Pearson are both concerned about depth. our dred.
a reported$143,000 by the Houston as Duffy's line coach and knows good students, hard workers, starter Leroy Motton and Wayne FAMlfs defensive backfield Ed Oglesby rates the defensive
Olivers and of course the
the MS system well. Reese Setbacks and Joe
:
and eager Competitors. secondary among the best he has evercoacbed "These guys
sum of $90,000 comprised the Yoeman comes this way when "I don't care who gets the Cooper, Flanker replaced the operate on pride, says Oglesby, and you can add Otis,Collier
<'; monetary figure for BobBayes'signature he can, but when be took over starting role," said Code and loss of Gene Bowen, Bill Tucker linebacker, to that list. We don't have too much depth but
on Dallas Cowboy pa the Houston Cougar he took over and Nolan Smith but during -
engineering; mathematics ma- 4 Turning to the offense, John Eason,220 pound end from Oca-:
per. a loser. jor, "but I Just want to play spring pratice after Reese Ia set quietly on the Rattler bench for two years,but made so
somewhere." and company- we looked mighty much noise last season, he probably will never see the bence
k r :Pressing Code and Pearson thin again. Eason was the key man In the Rattlers' offense last season -
f 'LOW COST'Face for the quarterback slot may We were fortunate in pickingup and chances are be'H be the key man this year, since
be Jerry Turner, a freshman, the most sought after Albert Coach GaIther plans to do more passing this season than in
from Pittsburgh ScbenleytUgh! Davis and Clarence Loveas past years.

Lifting Of Your Hone School. running backs plus David John caught 30 passes last season for 588 yards and seven
"he's not a runner yet like Davis, Flankerbackf rom out touchdowns, most of his receptions came at crucial points
.....----.. the other two boys are"sald first year personneV'Merrlt In the ball game like the 44 yard touchdown pass he caught
"YOUR HOME IS OUR CONCENT Plggott, but he can pass very beamed. The Alcoa High School aganIst Bethune Cookman last season to bring the Rattlers
well." Prep Products--The Davis Bro from behind and
put them la fron to stay. He ranked 12th
'Roof, 'Carports, Torches The other bright spot in the then-have brightened our offensive in the nation In putting last year with 43 punts for 1994 yards

Aggie training camp has been picture. for a 43.3 average, and was selected the Pittsburgh Cour-
Dens And General Room 'the showing of several fresh- "Asa pass receiver," offensive ier.All-Amerlcan team. .
men. We have found at least Coach Alvin Coleman con- In offensive backfield, Hubert Clam, 180 pounder from Savannah
six freshmen lineman who are fessed, "D vld Davis will see G a. was key man last season. Gina led the Rattlers
\ f4 Additions Are Our Speciahies ready to play/'said PlggottPlggott a lot of action .this season in rushing 303 yards in 63 carries for a 4.5 average He was
l ,* announced the appointment Right now be is pushing Co- 'selected as the back of the year by teammates, Robert Lam-

We Will Finance Up To of former AAT star Wy- per for the starting slot." kin, 220 pound fullback from New York City, took aver tdt'the
lie Harris Jr.of Charlotte,N.C. IJFVe bad about 10 minutes of Injured Preston Johnson last season and now has decided
as an assistant line coach. controlled scrimmage yesterday that he wants to remain. An excellent Mocker and rasher
7 Years Harris was center on AtPs ," Merritt offered'and Lampkins will be hard to move. ,

1959 championship team. He Dickey's timing was a little' off., Three sophomores practically earned Blue Chip status last
CALL 398-5987 served as an officer In the 82nd You know he missed the first season in their first years. If they can escape the sophmore
I Airborne Division and later coached four pratke days which gave Jinx they should make it in this year. den Edwards, half
Capitol Construction Co. football, baseball andba- us a chance to get a lot of work' back from St. Petersburg, Melvin Rogers,210pound defensive
skerball at Chatman High In out of other quarterbacks like end, and Horace Lovett, 220 pound offensive tackle from Savannah -
Make it perfect. nearby Slier City. His two-year Jerome Whklbee! and Bob Shan- Ca. All three are labeled as potential stars by Rat-

football record there was 14-2-2 jion." .tler coaches. .. _

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Denver Seems Destined To Be Respected Among AFL Opponents This Season .




Mete Oliver Answers Alston's Billy Williams Given troBtos look Stronger As

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The 67 Grid Season Wears On

Coll With A Hot Bat And Glove Rest PrescriptionCHICAGO DENVER, COLOCenver Broncos General Manager-Coach

HAS ANGELES ILLr-itanager, Leo Lou Saban has done a remarkable Job in
CAUFNate Oliver wielding bat Which Durocber of the Cuba is a hard I turning.the Broncos
lOOmed his average to ,312. has 'created! an qltn-lDd-shut driving manager who demands !! into real, threat. In the Amerlcal Football League competition.
case ci one ci the be became the head man
major Dodger cbaIleDge'for 1968-the shortstop all-out hustle from his men. Sine No. 4 draft! pick next year for
po&1Uoo. here December 19 he has
on ,
But, paradoxical as It may .Behrman. Sykes was signed M
The Job Is wide open and Oliver was placed In a cast." sound, he also is a strong. transformed one of the world'sworst a free agent
has closed stance enoughto Oliver thinks it was during this advocate of red R professional football Then three days before the

make him a candidate after unfortunate period he Vcame a As a matter of fact, be believes teams Into a red-hot Item. Minnesoat game, Saban gave the
his first serious try at the spotan major league titter. that the way baseball 1 r Early this spring, Sab Dhard- Broncos help where it was most
opportunity which cane when Ill was magnetised. by a Van- tears down the strength and' ly could find alum willing to desperately needed and always

the hard-playing Ducky Scho- couver infielder, some 15 pounds energy of Its star players by play t pre-season game. Less has been at quarterback
field was injured. lighter than himself who having them induldgein long than two months later, before He paid through the nose win
It looks as though the newest was leading the Coast League pre-game workouts in beat of the official start of the AFL the Broncos' No. 1 draft choices

Dodger surprise Is about to escape with an average of .500. the summer 1s "downright silly. season everyone who Is anyone in 1968 and 1969 to get quarterback
from his eight-year sentence His name was John Donaldson ." among the pros wants a preseason Steve Tensl from the $an'

In the minors, much of currently playing second base Since the pace of the Cuts I game with the Broncos .Diego Chargers
which' he spent on a shuttle to for the Athletics. slowed down, Leo the Lion has next year.The Tens!, the formerFlorlda
Spokane. "I figured if that little guy applied the idea of more rest- 4 Detroit Llons-and the Minnesota State star, bad been backupC(1Iaterbact

This spring he was uncertain could do It, so could I, said on a general basis u well u '. Vikings are definitely to John Had at San
unsigned and unwanted and, because the 165 pound Oliver. one individual case. And It has interested. So are the Dallas Diego ever since be came Into
be had beencut$1,000and "I closed my stance like he teen successful both instan- Cowboys, the Pittsburgh Steel. the league three seasons ago
assigned outright to Spokane, did, and It accomplished three ces. \ ers and even an AFL Eastern "We paid dearly for this boy
he phoned a reporter and anno- things for mcuttlng down my Durocher tried one rest idea Division team, which won't be Saban saldwbeji announced the
unced his retirement strikeouts, preventing me from for the full team that probably: on the Broncos' 1968 home trade August 14. "But we need-
"Until the last day,before I falling away from inside pitches is as old as baseball Itself Floyd Little sod Lou 8abuu..N( 44 could transform basement Broncos info delight of Denver. schedule, wants to play the ed someone with experience and
was to report to Vero Beach, and helping me to hit the opposite when be canceled batting pia- *** ****. *** Broncos in a pre-season game: felt he could step in and belp is

recalled Oliver "I had quit field. lice and allowed the playersto In Denver. right away.
baseball. :'TII.' closed stance made mea relax an hour longer at the As the worlds knows,the Bron Tensl, the 8-11, tlspoundbdonddid

;. ..- Ir major league hitter, Oliver hotel before the team bus left Pore Honey Supplies Renters Lose Bengals Earl Wilson cos' sudden and unexpected rtse Just that With only three,
; from the
,< ; said for the ball parkS to popularity stems pratice sessions under his belt
Oliver signed to a St. fact they were the first AFL
j was
in his
basic
and six playsetched
Paul contract by LeonHamJIton Strength For Cepeda 8ensy Johnsoa First''20 Game Winner team to'defeat an NFL foe. mind, he came off the bench to
for a $22,5000 bonus in Then, proving was no fluke
to their
'_ [II 1959 out of St. Petersburg' ST. LOUIS MO-Orlando Ce- TALLAHASSEETight end DETROIT Earl: Wilson got so they did It twice in succession. lead the Broncos. upset

Glbbs High School, where be peda, fortified with pure honey Benny Johnson will be lost to close last year without makingIt Playing before dellvloas.\. of the Vikings.He 54 and 40 to
In Puerto Rico turned all his the Rattlers for approximately that he's not letting himself threw passes
starred In football, track and hometown fans, the Broncos wide end Eric Crabtree to set
basketball, in addition to baseball strength loose on his former three to four weeks because cia get carried away over the overpowered the Lions 13-7, on touchdowns
both Denver over
,"which team he captained. employers, the Giants,this sea knee Injury suffered during, :hence to become a 20-game August !S I then came back to up defensive back EdSharochman.
winner for the .
Tigers.But
i son. practice. ,beat the Vikings, 14-9, on August is
"A lawyer friend of mine.,Santa Headcoacb Jake Galtber said In a recent game pitched 18.Both. Principal! Bronco owner
i Gerald Phlpps.He saved the
Twhs All-Stir Isaac, got the specials honey the Hallandale Junior sustaineda against Kansas City, Wilson games were won the hard J.
for
franchise
Bronco
o'If: from the mountains back home torn knee cartilage during slammed a tie-breaking two- way--with good old-fashioned tottering
I and'sent me five pint.,"Cepeda practice and will probably have run homer and became the ma- hard-hitting football. Denver when It was on the verge

Rookie Is lick said. "I take a big drink before to undergo an operation. jor-leagues' first 20-game win- Football fanatics around the of being moved In 1965.

,, -, each game When Santos was Johnson, was praised by ner as Detroit downed the A's, country sat up and read the fine
,I TWIN CITIES, Minn,-Minnesota visiting me around the All-Star, Galther as one of their best 6-3. print again "what glvei in Den Fall Under
Poets
All-Star rookie Rod Carew Billy Williams Game, he "ouced that hutired blocking men on the Rattlers' Wilson's win was a climax ver?

spent two weeks "climbing He did it !In Philadelphia Au- So be got me the honey and I squad.He to sweeping a double header First and foremost, there is
mountains" while on active duty gust 20 and the Cubs explodedfor haven't been tired since." said leading candidates to and moved them Into a virtual Saban and his staff of assistants Gibson's Coabick
with the VS. Marine Reserves 14 hits and a 6.1 victory Cepeda who hit a modest ..289aganlst replace the injured Johnson are thre-way tie for first place in who are "down in the dirt with
"We learned to come straight behind Ken Holt num. Batting San Franciso last season Alonzo Gilbert, recently the American League the players" when they coach NEW YORK-Maklng his first
down the sides of cliffs 100 pratice was called off again Improved that mark to .419 switched from quarterback Detroit won the opener 8-5 as and teach. start since July 15 when he
feet high or more,"said Carew. August 22 and once more the this year when he went 7 for 10 Herman Jackson, who has Eddie Mathews drove In three The Broncos excellent draft suffered a broken right leg)
"It was hard. But after you got Cubs broke loose, for 13 hits In the final series earned three letters as a defensive runs with a pair of homers, picks, mixed with a couple of Bob Gibson, received credit
110I' _"__" the swing of it.. actually It was and a 6-1 win sbehlnd Joe Nle. Most Important is the fact that end.Johnson giving him 507 for his career. good trades, provided a good for his 11th victory this season,
Nat Oliver"I fun. kro Cepeda blasted home the decl4- played behind Rattlers Wilson, 20-10, hit his fourth nucleus to go with a few out- beating the Mets, 9-2.
"If no conditioner for base- However the rest program Du Ing run of runs In five of the 11 team captain Andre White last homer off reliever Paul Lin- standing holdovers from last In recording his eleventh victory -
wasn't on the Dodger roster ball, though! When I started taking rocher devised for one of his Cardinal wins over the Giants season. White is now with the bald, 5-8 with one on the year's 4-10 team. this season, Gibson yielded -
and I Just wanted tochucklt all." batting practice after star players, Billy Williams, this year. One of his favorite Denver Broncos of the American seventh Inning of the nightcap, Satan went to Buffalo's taxi eight bits and two r\l1ll.,
Not only that but Nate had gone coming back, my timing was Is something entirely new. victim was Gaylord Perry,who Football League snapping a 2-2 tie the FlgCTS squad and came up with center'' walked one and struck out four.
through the draft,unwanted by 19 way off." Durocoher isn't pulling Williams was 0-5 against the Birds u he" had achieved on Lennie Green's Dave Behrman, the Bill's No. The ttreballlng right-hander
other clubs, as well as his own. Carew also went on five-mile out of the lineup. He's pitched one tough luck game after first homer of the season In the 1 draft choice in 1963, and safety -, pitched five innings before being -
"I guess I would have takena hikes up hills While ha was resting him before the game another. fifth. Gene Sykes. Both are start,,. relieved by Jaster.

Job "offered me as a car sale- gone, the Twins won 12 and Instead of his star hitting that Cepeda did pass some d his **** ers. All it cost was Denver's ****
man, Oliver said, "but then lost four. And Rod took plentyof now is threatening Richie Ash- damage around, however After
the Dodgers offered to restore kidding. burn's major league record for leaving Candlestick Park,
my $1,000 if I did well. So I reported "The guys were telling me we ourflelders. he helped the Birds take two

to the Spokene Club InFlorJda. would start losing after I got The Cub skipper hat excused out of four at Los Angeles witha
". .
r I back,'" &e silt; And the Twins Williams, for the time being, key home raisin one game and ,
It was a dismal spring for the at Detroithis from all praise and
lost a double-header pre-game an RBI single In a ftve-rUIIIn-
little Infielder especially the first night back In uniform. has ordered him to stay away ningof a 6-l wls
day the big club broke camp. He's me only Twin batting.300. from the ball park until about Who
Not only,were the Dodgers departing 45 minutes from game time got more miles

, without him, but he had Phillies Excnte Durocher, of course ms more Watch
broken an ankle on the previous concerned with the daytime

day games, when the sun is hot and This Clown
"They treated It as a sprain, Triple Play AI Home
enervating, than be was about
Pee Wee related. "I openedthe the night contests. 54 31 22
Coast League season and PHIIADELPHAI. Pa. -The gallon than Enco
When Billy comes out late for per
played three weeks before the Phillies executed the first these games, Leo wants him to 77 41 94
In Connie Mack
triple play seen
break discovered. The ankleForzer
don his uniform, (leisurely,
1 I
Stadium In more than nine yearsto

.. Gator help them win the second of catch loosen and up then a little get set by for playing the fa' &
their double-header with the 2
The first two Bil- ( Gulf
days
game Extra No Nox
Nets August 15.
Cot By Oilers With the Phillies leading 3-1, ly was 6for10.on the. rest routine, be 0' 1 1f3
was ,
in the second Inning, Greg
Seven 11
HOUBitX.; playerswere Obviously an important fac- 51
Gossen and Tommy Reynolds
cut by the Houston Oilers
tor in Durocher's prescriptionfor
of the American' Football singled off Grant Jackson, to that llstlessfeelinf 28 422 62
weary,
and them was put Met runners at first and Mobil
League Florida among halfback Allan second. was Billy's consecutivegamestreak. Sometimes He's Up,Sometimes Premium
former
Trammel. Phil Llnz then hit a hard He's Down, He Adds,Subtracts,
On August 23, Williams extended ,
grounder to third where Richie He workds it all around.
The others cut were defensive his streak to (23 consecutive -,,
back Theo Villa from Southern Alien fielded the ball, steppedon
the bag and threw to secorl games, Just 71 short, 10-51-50
California, fullback Dennis of Ashburn'f record d 694 for
from Louisiana College baseman Cookie Rojas, who relayed -
Duncan outfielder established while Flite Fuel
an \ Phillips
the ball to first baseman
offensive guard George
with the Phillies between July COMING ATTRACTIONS
Bill White to nip Line.
Buffalo
with
Flint, formerly 18, 1950, and September 26,1954 ,
The Phillies executed three
and Oakland, defensive end according to One For The Book $0-100-212
Allen from West Tens triple plays in 1964 to set a
George by the SporthagNews.
defensive back Micky, National League record, but published
State
,
Sutton from Auburn and place- all three were in road games. Boston Given Boost MAN'S DAYSNUMBERED Sunoco 260
Super
kicker Tommy Brooker. The triple play against the
Brooker had been trying for Mets was the first executed ,
the placeklcklng Job vacated by the Phil ies or their opponents On Santiago's Report "
In since ."Kan's Days are Numbered.
Blanda now with Philadelphia
by Oakland.George ,' June 28,1958.VETERANS. CAMBRIDGE Masi.-Jose Health and Fortune Can Be

,. Santiago Injured by a fly ball Yours When You Know Torn) Shell" and Texaco
Lucky Days.
last week, gave the Boston Red ,

Sons a reason to be Jubilant Lucky Colors, etc
when his Z-ny report came Send $2.00 for your

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