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Title:
Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
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English
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The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
September 23, 1967
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weekly
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African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates:
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- .
Funding:
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Material Information

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
September 23, 1967
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
African American newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates:
30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )

Notes

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- .
Funding:
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00478

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wr&' Houses 1 Fernandinan Support New } ,three-judge The salt also court;equt be' ,..Jv,..t,., \" J
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dIate convened to deternuie the

For iRswwte. Housing Plan s ;.,' '. constitutionality of a 1965 Florida ,
law which authorises the
Abe&c'iTwarrant. Issued In Macon firing of certain teachers
Killed In ActionThe
Ca, charged Jacksonville. Negro leaders In Dade County "without any comparison of

man with using maUled traveling have given their approval to ... their qualifications with those
Interstate to promote' war In Vietnam has claimed tte lives of three more young plans of the Miami Housing .. .,.',. '.' '0'1 s of other faculty member..'..
manage, establish/ and carryon Negro residents of theDuval Nassau area. Authority for using 147 acresIn I schools art con M(* t.d.
the unlawful actlclty of the bear of the Negro area r.';,',: :'hi'!\ !. Attorneys represu.,i.a the seven -
arson since December 1965. Marine Lance CpL Toney Nel- of the Peck High School Class of for a new housing site. r dR'y ,(I:1NJ.i: .. teacher ut Robert UCarttr -
Henry Hall, 35, if <4915< Mon- son Jr., who lived at 5623 Sil- 1965 served u honorary pallbearers Emphasis was placed on the :,;\! :'i', :. ,:: ,', NAACP general counsel;
crlef Road was arrested Wednesday verdale Ave., dies Thursdaynear and attendants. need for good designing. The Tlchard Bellman! NAACP assistant -
at his home by ageats Quang TrI, Vietnam, from Funeral services for Lance' leaders felt that the buildings :" legal counsel and Earl
I of Investigation. He was charged injuries received battle while Cp!. Alvin Culllns, who died\ should be scattered about,and '- M.Johnson NAACP Florida
with traveling interstate serving with the Sad Battalion, Sept 7 from wounds received that room should be allewedfor' \ legal counsel
setting tire to property he broo* in battle near Quang Trl, Vietnam ample space,, landscaping and .lM: -
ght and insured! order to collect will be heldSaturdiy at public recreational facilities:
InsuranceThe They also asked that provision .. .i. Jox Women
4. p.m. In St. Peter's AME: ,. III
FederalgrandJurr, Indictment Church R. v. Rl.cha.r4Wallac. be made for social services so ,.. '. _
returned Sept. 15 specifically will perform the rites that the area"does not becomea .. ... ,: Outwits Would
charges that Hall acquired "new slum
CpL Culllns was born in Jacksonville -
certain property and obtained and The Authority will build low .
was a graduate of le Attaker
fire Insurance oa It,then aid moderate Income units,W1tIa
later travjledjnd hired other the help of the government This s
'to' ttaYt1J.its; ; ,3preuli to I .offer bat bee)made possible by.' !. Jacksonville woman charged'
,j UPwaCllar t het.Q..ft1'ocpt) c ceadhItd for Mayor of Cul Indium
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st t tire to, the property. Kt thirCea; /i reCet,8d1h4.n\ idlcendorwrnddtotVk4Pu ..that a manwlkedepbebindhr. .
..1 def Dade-COunt''/ e'stdmof MhBmpphrty it t fuDd-raising tai' 4
would me Department
later claims with and assualted her with a knife
Insurance: companies to collect .. { df Housing and Urban Development ceptlon for listener'} to Washington.;, The,VlcJ. President.served u honorary chairman: .of the ,u' abe pass Jlet ev to work:

l for damage and lou'' on beaded by Haley &:Ilge, '_. event, .,In the 'early lIIotD1nc"l hours.'
the property be has cause to Among: speakers at the Miami lllss Gloria Jackson 989 W,
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lie burned, the Indictment char I : ,' meeting were Planning Director Ashley St., told police authrol-;
ges. iiI\ .. '. "\,". Dudley Kinds; Miami Commissioner Vice ;, 'Ilcas ties that u she was going to
,
Hie FBI said Hall was arrested ; : AthaUo Range; Hun President work in the 800 block of Bails -
on the charges back In Ju- 'I ter Moss housing expert; Elizabeth Street., a Negro man came
tly this year under an indictment CPU TONEY NELSON Vlrrlck and Daniel !Ka- Nome Negro up behind her and placed a knife
form a fderal grand jury 3rd Marine Division.. vanaugh of the Miami Authority Speaks Ups\ For'' on her neck and made her walkto
In Georgia He was released CpL Nelson was born In Jack- Rev. Theodore Gibson, James CW.t. the 900 block oa w. Devil St.
on a $1,500 bond.Accord1nr'to coiville: and was a 1965 graduate Cbatmuo Benard Dyer, Tali- -------- Miss Jackson related that when
the local FBI of Matthew W..Gilbert High madje Fair, Carl Carrol and i" they reached Duval St. the suspect -
branch, Hall Is now free 'on .School. Neal Adams, civil rights and Negro Candidate made her get into a car.

his own reconnaissance, under _'Surviving\ are his mother,Mrs. community leaders. The car was described to authorities -
:the same bond posted in July. Gladys Nelson; his father,Ton' According to Sofge bids will u being a 1963 or M
Hall '. trial Is scheduled to ,ey Nelson Sr..;.four sisters, be received from private enterprises President Hubert wnpbr.ychaU.nred ceptlon for Hatcher In Washing Chevrolet, Cret bottom and a
come up in federal court durIng Carolyn Diane, Eleanor and CPL. ALVIN CULLDB within the next few the citizens of Gary, ,ton, Vice Preisuont Humphreysaid white top.
the October term, in Albany Jacqueline Nelson; a grandmother -' weeks for the building at 50 Indiana to judge the city's Negro be became interested in the In continuing her story, the
Georgia, Agent Watson Mrs. Juross Jackson; and 'New Stanton High School, class two houses on two and one half candidate for Richard .Gary mayoralty race because 0( victim said when they reached
; said. a grandfather, Herbert G.'Neleon of 1965 and W lived 31st with St.! lit parents acres of land. Hatcher., on the basis of his I a moralprlnclple. The race has Forsyth and Jefferson Sts. she
at 842 ,
all of Jacksonville.' Albert The site memtloned here Is merit, experience, record, 'been made a principle by some Jumped out of the car.According:
; Innocence Protest Funeral arrangements will be Surviving are his father 111'1.' Mercedes between the Seaboard Railroad 'character andhls willingness to people because of their opposition to Miss Jackson the suspect
CulUns; mother tracks Northwest Third avenue and to Mr. Hatcher for didn't bother to follow her but
announced by Holmes and West serve, not on the basis of superficial
Wins 'Prison Release Funeral Home, CulUns; three brothers and Al- 14th and t2nd streets. About false premises.Speaking reasons, the Vice Presidensald. continued east on Forsyth St.
Vincent D., Robin G.,
forty percent has beencleared. at The victim said she then returned
James Bernard Miller, who all of a fund-raising re- J
Smith Culllns,
poonso More
south
Acreage, home and called
the -
Dick Hatcher the Democratic police
HO TO PI-lree43m won -
was died In Guang Trl Vietnam ,
Jacksonville;. a sister, Sharon of 17th street will be cleared
just around the corner at last September C,was burled Thursday E. Culllns of Jacksonville, Fla.Ills this fall and bids will'apID Jdge GoodingDkMisses primary, and hewonhUMU reporting the Incident. She '
n also said she would recognized
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for Willie Gilbert a 34 MAU square, tne vice President -
year- In Fernandlna Beach, with Grandpatents, Mr.and Mrs.. be made. The Authority stressed
the 1
old] who spent M Bald He won It on his suspectlfshesawhimagai4Mitt
prisoner
yearsj Rev. Randy Hezekiah, official
Grady Cooper. that this b1JGlf '
plan into being because H. r.jqlT Jackson described the
behind bars because of The record, because'.or his voter
a murder

j ise, assisted by Rev. G. C. Interment will be In Memorial of the '
; confession he was forced Bradley. Burial was In t be Cemetery by Dallas Graham displacement' of appeal, because: what he Is. Hugh A. Frost, 40 year old suspect as being 33-40 years old .a
Negroes by expresseay and urban + tive-feet six-inches tall 150-
to_sign __ Family plot In Bosqua Bella funeral director.. renewal arflvtfla. .....*. and what he stands for. And It sociologist has been chosen ,
Federal Judge John V. Single, Cemetery under the direction -- ---- ----- -- SsH. OEJ Brown Is the dutyof the Democratic as the official )Republican candidate 160 pounds, wore green long
' ton ruled on July 31 that Gil of Ruff and Battles Funeral New York Teacher Partyleaders and workers to for /mayor in Youngstown sleeve slip over shirt, beige-
Negro ,Is
bert's conviction In 1953 was Home. Circuit Court James Marion back their candidate, particularly Chide 19(7 election cam- paints heavy mustache bush
Ii'bued on a coerced confession Pvt. Miller was born and repro. W. Goodlng recently threw out when they have a chance: I paign. Frost is a native of Young hair cut and medium brown

.* the state to give '.- "''-..ri ,,,;;--v': Freed Of 'StwlMt's, Charge of court a suit brought by Warren to make national history, a town and a'graduate of muftI complexion.
bhqa.otrial or release him \ I. H. Folks, staunch segregationist : chance to elect a well-qualifled I ton" College III Blufflon Ohio.He ,
, wittaLI O days. .}.., BALDWIN N. Y.Iaurlei;McNetlJ, only Negro teacher against Hap Brown, young' man u the first of his 'was 4 ten-letter man Incol1 1 War 1 'Bl lies Treatment
Having hardly any case aga- the suburban Baldwin High School, was acquitted by the local whomie charged with encouraging race to be duly elected mayor of lego. Married and the father of
DIst him except his"confession board of education of all charges oat be fondled a 16 year- ariot and cxtrlbuting to large American city., three boys, Frost previously In Japan Protested
rvSlate offlcals decided to let him : old white girl student, Susan Scbaffner. the delinquency of minors.Folks work with the Cuyagoga Coun-
fo tree. Gilbert was in the Harris Cheers came from the audience when Board President.1IeDt had based his suit on remarks; Marshall Irowi ty Court and Junevlle Detention NEW YQRK-NPIMnantl-pc-;
County Rehabilitation center C. Band made the announcement that McNeil was not guilty mada br Brown 1n- AUGUST Home. Since 1955 be has been verty official has protested" the,
'
awaiting transfer to the Jester .. ,....i." and would return,to his schoolroom. The scene was touching Durkee Field.. Rites, Will ReHeld executive director of the MeGutfey -* treatment of half-Negro, war,
Unit of the Texas Department ;. with many- embracing the teacher and,shaking his bands. Folks could not get a warrant Centre, me apre-school babies"\ In Japan.
of Corrections, where he will : McNeill, who had 'been suspended present against Brown In an affidavit ,program John H.Young, director of public -
complete his pre-release pro- pending the outcome and Denlscn Ray, attorney for Mc- filed 00 August: 22 before Judge Twuliy formation, 'HAHTOU-ACT
yam was, therefore, not on the payroll Nelll, stated that the Negro bad Gordon; A. Duncan Hetbenask-. Marshall L.Brown, St, for Dr. Ring May told a group of visiting Jaoaa
Gilbert, 1953,confessed that he will receive all back pay established himself in the com- ed Judge;Goodlng to. comple a Jacksonville real ese teachers thatnewas"scboc ,
bad clubbed Mrs. Ruth McCaa- JAMES MILLER He was luspeodeclJul., 25.. munity and bad no reason to Judge Dancaa to Issue a yqr- estate many years broken, died earlier ked and w0UD proaemsmnat
Iud the ofa flower The teacher was accused by "**" Iriag Marches of the adjustment
during robbery ared In Fernandlna Beach and commit such an act. McNeill rent for Brown's arrest this week, after a long Illness.A
shop) in Houston. His partner lived la this community until be Miss Schaffner, student In the was lauded by John Fallon, Judge Goodlng, upon refusal, native of North Carolina, Negro-fathered "war babies"were
Maurice Sampson then entered the Armed service In school of molesting her while chalrmanof the science department cited a law which says that an Brown had lived In Jacksonvllfor South facing la Japan.Sosiethlng
19, was said to have shot her January of this year. she! worked in his teacher's office. as a"master teacher." Indiviuual Is not authorized to. 50 years. At the time of Us AgahATLANTA must be done for them, he said.
In the head U she lay on the He was a member of First McNeil), upon acquittal, Football Coach Cesareo said be prosecute mandamus 'proceedings -. death his home was at 2313 Jeanette Citing the current Japanese
floor. Baptist Church and was a graduate said "I cannot express In words ''saw McNeill In front of the to compel a judge to Issue street. He was a veteran of --Dr. MartinLtdhet economic expansion to the
Sampson was sentenced to death of Peck: High School In the support!have received from school at the time she (the student a warrant in a criminal cue. World War 1 a member of the Klox Jr., may brine Ms United States Young told the
in the electric chair, Gilbert the Class of 1965. At the time the Baldwin community/; Band ) made charges that the The existence of & probable Boy Scout's advisory board demonstrations back south.::. !teachers that Japan might lose
was given a 99 year prison sentence. of his death be was on patrol said, "It was more bell for you' faked incident occurred.. cause rests upon the discretionof The Rosary will be said Monday -' ter, concentrating on Nothern j jcotes. Negro American support unless
than us (the school board But I the "war babies" were treated
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duty senrlr: j with the U.B.I4arIDe the judge cr magistrate, .
at 8 p.m. In the Huff Fun- i
A year later, Sampson died in Corps In Company 1, 3rd remember we went through"bellloo. NAACP Checks On Judge Goodlng concluded If be eral Home ChapeL Funeral ser- Dr. King was thinking of hold- 1 better la Japan."There
the electric chal, long before Battalion. 5th Marines, and had '??* decides negativeJudge Good- : are IS million black
In demonstrations in Atlanta
vices will be Tuesday at 10a.m.In (
the UJ.Supreme Court's ruling been /itenam since July %9. 'Baldwin Is a suburb of New Mississippi Voting log, said, then he, the magistrate St. Plus Church with the on behalf of better Jobs,schools I people in the United States who
invalidating confessions asa Survivors Include his mother, York, with a populatio of lithe cannot be forced Into com- Rev. Meldoo Elwoodomcla.t1Dr.Burial housing, and police protection: i but year" spent more than $20
billion. Young said. "Art the
basis for murder convictions. Mrs Emma Miller,Fernandlna more than 35,000. Miss plalnce.
WOCOVTLLE He to be disturbed
MISSNP1)Thelocal will be In Memorial ce- was reported -
In prison, Gilbert continued to Beach; sister Miss Corliss Schaffner's charges were National Association for Folks' petition, then, was dismissed metery. by a statement mad J people of Japan aware that they
protest hIs lDDocellC'-ao then Miller, a student at Miami Dade .brought by Henry C. Ducker with predulce. He can- "NAACP are risking the loss of the friendship
the Advancement: of Colored The late Mr. Brown Is sur-' by Dr. A.MJavls Atlanta cf the black people of
be was transferred several Junior College grandmother superintendent of schools. Mc not file an amended petition but, I
people wants Negroes on the vied by his wldow.llr.. Thel- president, that Mayor Nan
times. Finally, be wrote to Mrs. Hattie Miler, Fernandlna NeW attributed the presentation Wilkinson County Election if be persist,could appeal Judge ma Brown, a son Marshall Allen Jr., with "nothing but America by rejecting" these in-
t fortunate ?/
the federal court la Houston Beach. of to the fact that in ofrsprlDc'.nrltu.
charges Goodinfs ruling the District
and
Commission Charles Ems, Brown, Jr., a foster son Walter talk excuses.Whether
which took his Pallbearers membersof he had Miss Court of of Young said, most
up case. were given Scbafmer a NAACP Appeal Tallahassee. Dr. will
Field Directors for the Reynolds a granddaughtet, King bring
American Negroes bare an affinity -
When released, Gilbert wants the OS Marine Corps;members low grade. He requestedthatthe In Mississippi has charged that At Yale University Brown was Miss Angela gown and a dan-. his I marches back to .Atlanta "bora of brotherhood and
to help Us mother, Mrs.Mattte of the Peck High School Class hearing be open to the public. elections were rigged Insever- refuted a speaking date becuase. ghter in law, Mrw. WUhemina will depend largely!onhow much color,of skin for the people, .of
Gilbert the US Marine Corps.Members More than 600 persons were al counties be asked for $1,000. Brown, all of Jacksonville. staff be has available. fapaD;

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city, took time out recently for a special Florida Star photo don Annie Mae pies ins Ma i1e Clam on, A.bertaWll) ms, est Jacksonville groups However, these smiling ladles found Mrs. JohnSpincer, Mrs. Vivian Gamble, Mrs.Clydell Thomson -
I 'by APaul Crawford This: enthusiastic group met fnthe home Mack Edna ,. Dorthel Montgomeryt time for a special photo for the Star. Names of Beautician, Mrs. Va. M.Jones, Mrs Alice Freeman, Mrs. Bernice
t Viola Flournoy seated, from left to right are: Miss J.Erooklns, Mrs. Bessie Rhodes, Mrs Gertrude Crawford, Mrs Thelma Whaley, Mrs. I
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M"IM ff.PTO The District Laymen Brotherhood
I AgendaThe of East Florida and Bethlehem -
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\. : .i Friendly Westslde Chlors regular fellowship meetingSunday -
A a'e AMEll/CAN/ MOTORS NEW SPORTS CAR flJ TWICE THE : Union will bold Its mass re- afternoon, at 3:30 p.m, In
rival meeting Sunday, September the home of Mr.and Mrs.ArthurL.
I 24th, At 2:30( p.m. In the Bravo, 1598 W. 28th St.
f \ J BUYING POWER FOR main unit of the New Mt. Olive All presidents, officers and
Missionary Baptist Church, 14 members of local brotherhoodsare'
f THE SAME LOW MONTHLY 20 Brady Street, with the gos- urged to attend this meet-
t ) per chorus of Philadelphia Bap- ing.
J"i J- WITH WARDS tist Church, Mrs. Alberta Latl- Rev. W. U. HllllstheModera
more and the Lattlmore Gospel tor and Brother Sam M. Davis
-all singers, combined usher boards is the state's president.
;> ) < NEW CHARD TERMS
of New Mount Olive and Mrs. A cordlallnvitnftonle extendedto
YOUNG ADULTS f WIN ONE OF 9 CARS,. / Ruby BStewartinchargeMrs. the public.Th .
GET! CREDIT MANY ADDITIONAL PRIZES! / la.k how CHARG-o/f/ now enable you to onoy more of .yx'; Rose Lambert, Mrs.Helen Eel
z, WARDS R9"'"at.ny W.ri. IUI.1I .r C.I.t..e.re / the thins you want-with no itraln an your buJa.tl lamy and Mrs. Betty Williamsare Golden Dream Social andSavings
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requested to please meet
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'; .. No delay, no money ,'(. / wH.f. ,..hllt"'"4 by law .J' with Mrs Catherine WSykes, day night, September 25th, at 8
23rd at
Saturday September ,
\ 7. ,down, no co-siynen W p.m. In the home of Mr, Dan
4tJ 645: In the main unit of the
: required! your obililto Montford 3303 St.
Gladys
7. Mount Bethel Baptist Church,
pay li your Gist reerence. 1. i'' 5637 Anderson Street for a All members are asked to be
Come Iff now!I. ,, ,.: '. business conference. The Frl-1 present as business of Importance -
will be discussed.
rnoneysaveri: "endlyWestslde Union Male chorus -
: win meet for rehearsa 1 at .
; j Mt. Bethel at 8 p.m. with Mrs. District No. 2 of the Little Rock
Thomas Dow and Mr. James Baptist Church will meet Sun- .
Harcye in charge The male day afternoon at 3 p.m. at the
chorus will worship as the Serving home of Mr. and Mrs. W.Robinson -
group at Zion Hope Baptist 1313 Harrison.Businessof
church, 1198 West ChurchSt. Importance will be discussed,
17 ., Tuesday September 26th at District No. 2 will sell dinnersthe
7:45; p.m. I
5 eCla S Hie chiors Union anmal thus-
MX .ff .... ....lel Baa;. 994 emnfae teal extrevaganza entitled"sing* Society No.
....larlf SVl ..). traUli math ./.... Chior Of Chlros Sing" will he 118 will meet Monday nightat
thick cotton fill CMe held Sunday October 29th at 6:45 730 In the Mount Olive
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tuy Jn solidi: ?;proper*74e p.m in the main unit of Mount Prlmltelve Baptist Church,
or tr>.., 88Ie. .) sues. Olive Baptist Church,1319 North in the basement. The Church'
is located at 4th and
Myrtle.
.. .. .. yrtle, with Mrs.StewartMrs Catherine All members are urged to be
Ruby
DAYS ONLY YA t Sykes, Mrs
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\ .5 l t tN ,i' #. ?.,. Sale ends Saturday-Sept.'23 ; P.Long The union's In charge.next Quarterly

; I/55 l: :'t 5... ; 'S .-,' A f..tvrele. .........-.... "tIt Aeuui.erl.ry C.l"br.tlesex b business will be held meeting December and banquet 13th The. 198 Delia will Campbell meet Thursday ChapterNo. at

..J II' In the main auditorium ofMt. the Temple 410 Broad St. ate
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Completion a pleasant profitable afternoon expressed : plans 'lUlU'. Strongly : "" hostess Mary ; Christine Bell,
I by the smiles on the faces of these members and of a civic nature, this club has been quite effective In the Gates, Mattle Dunbar, Queen Eather James,Alice Williams and Small, Anette MacDonald, Bessie Hicks, Ruby Washington I
officers of the Semi-Civic Club: This fine group met recently community. Members in the first picture, from left to right Fannie Reeves. In the second picture are: Mines. Juanita and Dorothy Gilmore
at the home of Mrs. Alice Swann, 2363 Edgewood and make are: Mmes. Ruth Burroughs, Marlon Bellamy, Leola Burns, Shields, Henrietta Clevelands, Arabelle Baker, Alice Swann.
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StiRtoi Senior Big 'BrolhersEYenlTook Auxiliary To Yelsi Wrifht. kirser Merry JH Let Club To Lily White 211 His NEW LOCATION I


I Gredaete, Cited Many To BeadThe i Meets On 23rd Sponsor Grid TripThe Annual Tea Sunday a.f .

"Lot Club" of Jacksonville Lily White 211 will have the
little Brothers, as well as The Ladles Auxiliary to Gate- -
the Big Brothers,enjoyed a successful way Barracks 3131 Veterans of .is sponsoring a weekend annual Tea Sunday. Devotional "
and exciting outing recently World War I. Will Meet Satur- 'trip to the Florida AAM-Tenn- services will be led by Mr. .;

at theGold Head Beach day at 2 p.m. at the Joseph H.! eessee Ail football game 1 n Washington Warthen. Miss Ste-
state Patk. The festivities included James Center. Nashville, Tennessee on October ward will introduce the mistress -

baseball, swimming hula The Resident: Mrs. Elnorato 21, 1967. A chartered bus of ceremonies, Mrs. 1 ,nMiss
hooping, gmes barbeque- be present at this special: will take you there and bring Bettyt Pittman.1'hlwelcome ad-
and and other YOU back. dress will come from Mrs.
log quelng recre- meeting Along with all chair- .1
ations. mens committee. All persons interested, please Pearlie Moore. The Mercyettes
Everything ran smoothly because Refreshments will be servedby contact Ira (Fox) Carswell as will sing during the service also -
soon as possible in order to A reading will be
given
of the efforts and care- the buddies of the barracks.We 2 2t by
secure hotel reservations. Reservations Miss Delores Brown, and Mrs
ful of James
planning Bryant are in the full swing of our
John Hardwick and other mem- building drive; come and hear t have to be made by Catherine McVey' will sing.Mr. : Elizabeth: Ma.on-H-'g
bers of our Big BrotherOrganleatlon. our reports at this meeting. October I, 1967. sL.B.Hall will present the prln- stylist" now located at
The Books You can contact Mr. Carswell cipar speqker. Rev. Mrs. Vivian Spencer's Wig Shop, C13 W.
are now for 1967
open at 764-9873 or 2732 Sunny Acres Williams. Mrs. St. In the Clara White
The Brothers extended thanksto 68 membership dues. Don't delay 1r ; Georgia Ashley I
the mothers who contributed get your cards Don't 'S.1 Drive, North. M.Wilson and Mrs. Albert Mou- ,Mission Bldg. 1 am glad to be
now.
toward a llgtful event. Any for get the shut-in and sick. ; Get those reservations in as. rie will take the offering. The of service in styling your wigs
soon as possible. A deposit can president, Mrs. EJohasonwiil Phone 354-9188 for pickup :
Leroy B. Polite.'a; 1962 graduate one Interested in being a Big nans for our Armlstlc Day. again.
of Stanton Senior High Brother should call Dr. Cla- Celebration of Nov. Uhavebell.! be made, make closing remarks. and delivery.

School, recently received the rence L. McNair, 768-2811 or completed each member Is ask
Bachelor of Science degree contact the main office at 88 to be a booster of our program Americans
from Florida A&M Universityat 66 Lem Turner Road.Kaperettes Special Information will be Old Taylor' Presents: Ingenious I

Tallahassee. brought to the body by the Com- ts b
Polite is the son of Mr and maader JJS.Irvlng Sr. w .
Mrs. Leroy Polite of 1912 Pull.. .BrfdgfMeels'
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man' 'Court and tn*'grandsonof :",- .' i ,
Mrs.; Mamie Polite. '.Salufday ''ABOUTPEOPLE Ytlk'!&. ""f'.".Iprrx; t! p r" oK: v,," '. .. .
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He is now residing in Atlanta, '
where he is employed. His wife The Kaperettes Bridge 'Club ; < .

and daughter are there also. wil 1 meet Saturday night in x
Slated the home of Mrs. Marlon Wes- '4 '. ('
Meeting '
ton, 2207 Spires. The following ; .
District Deputy HjJimmons.is Mrs. Lorraine Littles Mrs. v .,.,.r4l1'I. \' ,
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calling all Master Masonsof Mattie
upon Montgomery, Mrs. Marion -
Duval and adjacent counties Flowers, Mrs. Nellie Har- dent Dr. of R. Leande r Jones Presi- Miss Jeanette Wright daughter of Mr.and irrt.Eddie Wright / .r

working under the protection of ris, Mrs. Sheltie Williams, Brotherhood the Baptist Ministers was married on August 26, at 7 p.m. to Mr, Clanton Edward .
the Most Worshipful Grand Lodge Miss Marva Davis and Miss buval of Jacksonville, Klnson, con of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Klnson, at the. home of
and ,
adjacent counties ..
to meet Sunday, for the layIng Queen E.Jenklns. Miss Jenkinsis Director of Christian Educationfor ,the the bride. The Rev. B.F.Brown officiated. fl' .

of the cornerstone. president. the state of Florida has returned Shown above, the couple is cutting the wedding cake.-.Emerson's i 4. i v

Most Illustrious L.R.Bradey, to the city having attended Photo ,3. Ui \
Grand Master, will preside.TheRev. HLLP SMOKEr PREVENT S ...
the National Baptist Conven- 'fR'
J.Taylor, pastor of St. POKJiSr: FIR1S; / y,l' ti.
tion in Denver Colorado. WEDDING A.I. Lewis Branch t
Paul Baptist, wlU be the speak- 'Put GUI() ..LL M.VTCL .S' Enraute to Denver, Dr. Jones !/ 'N'

er. visited friends in Dallas.Texas BELLS YWCA Plan Activities ,1 t" t ?5 (J 0'
and upon his return trips he ,
visited relatives and friendsin Clarence Peeples, 1168 W. 31st The close of September finds ,. ..y ". 0
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Atlanta, Georgia and BellegJade St. 28 and Vernetta Value Lane clubs, committees and inter- d:. < .
Florida. 1655 W. 24th St. 34 : '
est groups Jumping with acti t.f.
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16./&IID1JPlI-( He reported enjoyahlestayln villas at the A.L.Lewis Branch r' ;. "< : jI !Lst j: i
Hollywood, Florida also, while Roy Lee Barnett, 503 S. 1st YWCA. t'l '; 'J,
: visiting his sister and brother. Fla. 21 and Carolyn 2 '
ave.Jax Beach The weeks schedule is as Fol- ,.rtI .
in law Mr. tMrs Robert Willlams. Janice Davis 508 S. 1st lows Monday, September 25, v. .......""""" tiabDreDaniel foIliIo ..' J
: Ave. Jax. Beach Fla 17. the Karate Class will meet at f 7 in itnn

+'I-J' 7:30 P.M. Tuesday September
'y r1J) Master Masons Dave Jones, 1056 W. 8th St. 61 26, the Washington Heights: Decentralized Hale Williams (1858.1931)
'-::! and Ola Mae Glover,1045 Davis group will meet aj!

,,;, Confer DegreesThe St. 48.Clinton. 8:00 p.m. Wednesday, September i : 1
27, the Blue Triangle Clubat
Nathaniel Thomas,366 4 00 the Les Juenes
; p.m.
Master Masons of Duval Chelsa, St. 28 and! Shirlene sFllles Club meets at 5:00: p.m. He performed the first
County will meet Saturday, ept- Fryer, 371 Spruce St. 22. and the Southslde Decentralized
ember 30, at 7.30 in their quarterly -
district meeting as Masonic -, Willie McKlnnie Middleton. 13 group will meetat8:00p.m.: successful heart operation.
ursday September 28 the Teen
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410 Broad Street
Temple, 81 Prince St. 65 and Lena Mae
utute's The Master's ettes Club meet at 5:00: p.m.
degree will be 1381 Prince St.
conferred on a class of candi Burroughs, the Olivia H.Baldwin club will On I cold windy night In 1893, a tether enough money for an education.
"DIAMOND" DRESS dates. All are Worshipful Mas Robert Marshall Sampson 1013E. meet at 00p.m.: .and the Karate man was rushed! to Chicago's Provident Dan put himself through a local acad-'
Is her Class will meet at 7:30: Hospital with knife wound a fractionof
I best for the Master's degree only' 5th St. 22 and Gladys Evelyn pjn. a emy.From
transitionalfriendit Worshipful Masters E.Pearce Persons participating in these an inch from his heart. Wisconsin he went to Chicago,
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1219 St. 21
J.Hamllton and F.D Jordan, Sr. Canady Pippin groups are asked please be on On duty was the hospital's young and with the help of a prominent family,
time. (founder Dr. Dan Williams. Instead of Dan Williams entered Northwestern
will be in charge. Davis 939 West
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looks Iso
always Tyrone ,
administering the usual sedatives and Medical School graduated in 1883
crisp In this 27th St. 22 and Virginia Taft Jeeaette WrightAnd prayers, Dr. Williams summoned six of and opened an office on Chicago's

Jacquard-woven 417MagaretSt.20. his colleagues to help him make history. Southside.In .

cotton. Feelswonderfully BUY U.S. Anthony McDanIel 960 BroadSt. It was a long shot. Xrays.ulphur.* 189)) Williams founded the Provident -

t 24, and Monzell Williams C. Ktasoa drugs blood transuslon-teiday surgical Hospital thj first infirmary open
Comfortable too, 1343 Mt. Herman St. 17. necessities-were little known medical to all patients and.physicians, regardless
with tunic top SAVING BONDSWHEN tools at the time. Yet, with great skill, of race or creed. .j

floating breezily Tommie Lee Willis, 7669 Din- Pledge, Troth Dr. Williams performed the impossible: From ChicagoWilliams was called to
And Washington and head the
kle Ave. 20 and Qorlda Ann the first successful heart operation. to reorganize
the
over stalk/ the patient lived. Freedmen's Hospital, then operated by
Johnson 7025 Moncrief Extension
little skirt. Shady YOUR 18.Albert. tiseven) o'clock: wedding on August Had it been any other hospital or any the Federal government. He organized
green or brown 26 Joined in holy matrimony other surgeon the man might have died Freedmen's into departments, collected

with matching cord SKIN CRIES... Cook Jr. 2151 Run St. Miss Jeanettee Wright, within the hour. "Sewed up the human a staf of twenty specialists, and created
Vim. Sizes 6 to 16. 21 and Bobble Jean McCray, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Eddie heart", headlined a Chicago newspaper. the beginnings of a nursing school.
1327 W. 23rd St. 19. Wright, and Mr.Clanton Edward That hospital operating room was a Under William's administration, this
2600 HE/PI Klnson, son of Mr. and Mrs long way from the small flame house once primitive institution housed in act\

Fred Carter, Newark, N.Y. 26 Morris KInIon,with the Rev. B. outside Pittsburgh where Dan was born. pre-Civil War buildings, soon becamethe
and Mary NellFinney,6021 Pat- F. Brown officiating.The By the time he was twelve his father forerunner of Our modern hospital.
Vu. font have It live with are terson St. 18. bride was resplendant in had died and his mother had deserted. Every Vrie' another heart operation
Wit awful.'f miner SKIN' skin SUCCESS"Irritation. *LMI*'S Frank Nelson Jr. 2736 Flori- and taffeta. The brldalvell was Wisconsin as a barber. Scraping to- the truly great "Ingenious Americans"
OINTMENT to attached to a crown of seed
Wit -rt-tn w.r mlllitm (tt tail dale Dr. 19 and Phlllls Louise
kittMt rrtltf pearl. The bride curled Bibleon TAYLORKENTUCKY
wean thtir tklntrlit OLD
THE "htlp. .. tits Inttrnilltn. King, 309 Broad St. 20
which orchids.
.lit'.",.. skin msd catl.n ..... were STRAIGHT BOUKBON
ht ,, rt. The maid of honor was Miss
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twt,, n.I. ytur I.Ip 't'lKIH :. und nuptials a reception: was held.. antique bronze cart stone, and carries the complete Williams story. It costs $5.00 (which Is what It
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Mt. Bethel Baptist i Church Women's Day was a big success mlttee workers made the day on one of the greatest In Mt.- -Mrs. MattIe- Miller, Mrs CJ.WlUlams. Miss Angela McBride and Miss Lynda Simmons. In the other picture Is a groupof

The picture above attests to that for, at the closing of the celebration Bethel's history Mrs. Willie Nega Crummell was Chairman. Mrs. S.L.Badger, Mrs. Hattie Thomas, Mrs Ethel the enthusiastic women who came to witness the ceremonies -

I more than $2,900 had been raised.An impressive Mrs. Jessie Mae Walker, Co-Chairman, is second from the Champion, Mrs Minnie Holliman, Mrs. Jessie M. Walker and Join In.FLORIDASiAR. .
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and effective roster of participants guest speakers and com- right. Others left to right, members. of the official setup, are PhOiO BY PAUL A.


RaisedAt Asbury Men 12 Christian Mt. Sinai EndsWomen's

$2,900 On TV SuadlL CHURCH
Club Founding Event
Hold
Bethel AnniversaryAll
Mt.

Day CHURCEWS Ends On SundayThe "Hymn Time

Woman's MeetThe Twelve Christian Club NOTES Mrs. Alice Burrogh will be
Asbury Methodist presented In "HYMN TIME",
Church will will terminate their 2nd anniv-
women of Mt. Bethel Baptist I
October 8th in the Mt
celebrate Men's Day Dunday, celebration on Sunday Sunday ,
Church eclipsed previous ersary !
UNION PROGRESSIVE This
Church at7.
records for fund raising when, September 4, with services MACEDONIA P.uMUlVE JAPTIST CHURCH night. Sept 24th at S p.m., In BAPTIST Sinai Baptist conclude, the Wo-
throughout the da v.In the morn- the Holy Church of the Living; service.will
annual women'sday
at their recent '
Sunday school at 9:39 with the
'Ing service the Rei.W,L.Boothof Deaconess Board No. 1 will a tea
program they reported $2, sponsor spiritual on Oct God. superintendent and teachers in men's Day activities of the
900 as their contribution to the- Folkston Georgia,will speak.. ober 8, from 4 to 6 p.m. In the home of Deacon and Mrs. Mrs. Bertha Moore will serveas The lesson will Church
charge. topic
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church's effort for the year. In the fellowship hour at 3:30 the Rea Cambric: 2267 Calvin Street. The 12 hour prayer band mistress of cememonles be reviewed by the pastor or Sunday School with Mrs. W.D.
According to officials of the Re/ernds Willie of As bur y will have charge of devotions Mrs. l Nelson; will be the! speak. and Rev. Wilbert Burgess will his appointee. In the morning Lucas Supt. will have a guess

program, the total may exceed Church Llmbrick, J, B. Young ere Mrs. M.Cambrlc. sponsor. The Rev R.w.Calnious is pas be the speaker for the occas- service at U a.m. Deacons Superintendent and teachers in
43,000. and Walter Llmbrick of S haw tor. The church Is [located at Forest and Run. Others services charge. The morning worship
ion.Others Major Hicks and Oats will be
The ladies chose as their theme AME Zion will be with the Rev. are the Sunday school at 930am.: and regular servicesat scheduled to appear on in charge of decotlons. The will feature Mrs.Angeline Russ

for the day "Let your Walter Llmbrick speaklng.Miss: 11 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. the program are: The Gospel Rev Otho Montogomery will of Tampa Florida as speaker

light so shine that men may see Ronnie Williams of West SECO 'D 3E'FUEL BAPTIST "JRCI Trotters, Mrs. Julia Robinsonand preach. Choir No. 3 :and Usher The soloist will be Mrs. Cassandra -
your good works and glorlgy Friendship Baptist will sing. Mrs. Vivian Cherry Board 3 will serve throughoutthe Neal Jackson.Music sill
your Father which is in hea At 7.30: the Rev. Walter MarshalL The weekly prayer meeting will be held Thursday. All are The club's leader, Minister day. The evning service begins be furnished by the Women's

ven. REV JJ5.JOHNSON 'John associate pastor of St. asked to be present on Friday. The pastor also requests E, M. Mack has extended a at 6 p.m. Prayer meeting chorus with Mrs. Cathrine Sy-
The services were highlight Baptist, will speak. Brother Butler to be present in order to plan for Dual Day. cordial invitation to the pub- is every Tuesday nnnniliil kes in charge of music Youth
ed by the presence of outsatnd- The Rev. J.S. Johnson, pastorof In the Sunday School, the guest Chior No. 2 rehearses at the church after morning service. lic to witness the closing of a is every Tuesday night Rev. hour will be presented at 3 p.m.

ing guest speakers,visitors wd St. Stephen's AME Church, superintendent will be Deacon The morning service begins at 11 a.m. with Miss Mercer at great celebration JiheRay: Jr. P.stor.TABERNACLE with Miss Doretha Wile ox Chair
musicians. In the Morning ser will be guest speaker From Johnson Barr of Mt Tabor. the console. Sunday School will be at 9:30: with Homer St. man assisted by Mrs. Juanita

vice Mrs. Johnson was guest Sunday, October 1, through Friday Guest teachers will be Geor- Clair, superintendent, in charge. A youth's day progrm will Bethlehem Plans Priester, and Mrs. W.D.Lucas.
speaker. Mrs Johnson of Corinth :, October 6.The topics chosen ger Peterson, St. Paul AME be presented in the morning service. The pastor is asking BAPTISTINSTITUTIONAL Officers for the day ar: Mrs.

Baptist was Introducedby by the cleric are: Monday, McKenny Fl?, and Benjamin all members to make their reprots on Dual Day drive which, Dun I ObservanceThe Ruby F. Ilerdon, Chairman ,
Mrs. Aleen Read of Mt. Mo- "God In the Beginning," Gen Griffln of St. Matthew AME will terminate the second Sunday In' Pctober, or Sunday, Sunday school will begin at Mrs Frankie Whitfield, secretary
rlah AME Church. In the even- esis 1 and 1; Tuesday, "T b e The Rev. Walter Llmbrlc is October 8. Rev. Williams H. Llpthot, pastor. Eethlehem Baptist Church 9:30: with Superintendent C. Mrs. Gannle Reevestrea-
ing service Mrs. C.I.W'Jliams Family Altar Genesis 12 1 to pastor. The church is locatedat Sunday School will observe their A } Miss Chairman
First and Almeida FELLOWSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH-4414 Logan Street. Lawerence in charge. The surer, Betty Bailey, -
Sunday
presented the guest speaker 9, Wednesday, "A Journey By streets. School is at 9:30. service is 48th anniversary andtheseventhfor lesson will be reviewed:by Mrs. of Ushers and Mrs Lucille -
Morning at
Emanuel3aptist [ 11.30: a.m. The mes-
Mrs. S.L.Badger of : Faith First Corinthians 5 to the superintendent Deacon
will be delivered the Junta: Wynn teacher. At Ham Mote, Chairman of program
: Church. Miss Beverly 7 "The One and sage by pastor or a visiting minister Eugene Sawyer, Sunday afternoon -
; Thursday Only Antioch the Rev. W.E.Younjj, Committee, assisted by
Baptist BTU Is at 5:30. Women's Day will be celebrated Oct pas-
McNair was guest speaker for Way," St. John 14, 6; and Fri- ober 22. Rev G.H.Hamllton pastor Sunday, 3 p.m., in the church'sauditorium. tor will preach. All youth choirs Mrs Mary Harper, and Mrs.
the Youth Group at 6 p.m. Miss day, "The Power of the Holy and usher board 4 will Marilyn Jones, Souvenla Book
Mc 'alt a memner of the Phi- Spirit;; Acts 1, 8. The Sunday Women MT SALEM BAPTIST Promotion excercises will serve All youth choirs will committee; Mrs.. Addle Ruff
Celebrate CHURCH
ladelphiaBaptist1 Churchy was will be delivered at .. also be heldand the Miss Florida .
message Sunday School a!':30 with Superlndent Jack ; meet Tuesday afternoon at 5 Williams,' Mrs, Bessie Carter
Green
Intorduced by Miss Portia Spe 6.55: a.m. All other messageswill The annual women's flfy;pro The lesson topic will be reviewed by the pastor, Rev m charge W.O. Tayna Urillo contestant; for rehearsal. Prayer meeting Mrs. Wlnnona Sampler Mrs
ights. be delivered beginning at gram has been set for Sunday Rogers. Morning devotion at Miss Alabama, Barbara Whaley is Wednesday afternoon. The Florencd R. Irvin, Mrs. WIno-
A large of ladies worked 6 25. The Rev Johnson In 11 a.m. with Deacon Jack contestant will terminate dur-
group : a
24th with W.E. Small
September beginning Green and Eugene Calhoun in Chior Young and the Willing ra Mrs. Bertha Ayers
No. 2
charge and Usher
bard the past to bring visit tothe Florida Star said ing the celebration.:
year Sunday School at 9:30: a.m. Board No. 1 will The his Worker s clubs will meet Sun- Mrs. Suxanna Boredeaux Re-
thle program to a victorious the church is within $50,000 of serve. pastor or appointee will bring, The pjollc is extended acord-
The hour will Is the
morning worship the lay afternoon 3:30 in the homeof verned V.J.Thompson
Evening devotions at
message. .On
are 6pm Monday night
conclusion. Mis. Willie Neta its invitation to attend the event.
llquldlng indebted-
$25,000 at 11 with Mrs Rosa Mrs Laura
begin a.m. Chior 3 rehearses Prayer is with L Fannie,9 9 West pastor. _
meeting Tuesday,along f-
Crummell was general Chair- nedd. This decrease has been
Stephens programmed as the DuvaL
ble Study. The annual Women's Is October
Day 22.
man and was ably assisted by handled within the List seven speaker. The program also I
Mrs Jessie WalkerCoChair- years. The church Is located calls for the Varlck Memorla LITTLE ROCK BAPTIST Fountain AME Has IN KEMORIUM
man. Other major officials ofr at Davis and Fifth Streets church trio.Afternoon. NEW REDEEM BAPTIST

the day were: Mrs. Hattie Tho- Primitive Baptist Church; ,with services will find

mas, Pastor for the Day, Mrs. mrs. A, M. Frailer, superintendent the youth department in chargeof in Sunday charge.School The Is lesson at 9:30:will, with be reviewed superintendent by the Mrs.pastor.Jenkins The Appreciation TeaAn Sunday school Is at 9:33.with
Evelyn Simmons Secretary and teachers in charge
proceedings. Deacon J. H, Washington In
morning service opens at 11 a.m. with deacons in
Mrs. Mary Barney, Treasurerand Dixon will be the charge. appreciation service has ,
Rev. J. M. According to the general BTU will be at 5:30 with tie charge. The lesson will be reviewed
Dunbar
president Mrs. in
been
Mrs. Mary Helen Bellamy morning speaker,Sunday morning chairman Mrs. Gertrud Coc- set for Sunday evening,
the
i charge. This will be followed by the evening service, at 7 7 by pastor, Rec. E.I.
Committees handled
Musician p.m. honoring Mrs. Leona
hran, evening worship will begin Norman. worship at
p.m. Chlor ao 3 and Chior 4 will serve thoughout the day. Daniels in Morning
program, advertising, courtesy All members are remindedthat at 6 p.m. Mrs. Cochran Is The message will be delivered by the the Fountain Cha 11 a.m. with the deacon In charge -
pastor or an appointee.
stearlng, beautification, music, prayer meeting Is srhed- being assisted by Mrs LaVo- The weekly prayer meeting is Tuesday Night. The pel church's auditorium. Devotion Chior and Usherl!
fiance, publicity, tags, refreshments uled to begin at 7.30 p.m. on nla Graham A cordla invita- will meet Wednesday at 7 p.m.with the pastor In chrge.teachers Chiors Mrs. Eartha McGowan will will serve throughout the diy
and serve as mistress
of
worship.In Tuesday night. tion has been extended to the 1 and 2 war met Thursday night at T30.: ceremony with Mrs. Fannie Jackson in
the
the Sunday well as is
School as public. program carried
charge of musk District 1 will
as In other guest speaker out According to the
groups, program
FIRST BORN TEMPLEThe meet at 3 p.m.at the church.

More and than teachers 200 sponsored were present.supported Good Shepherd'sDual Macedonia To First Born Temple, 825 West Monroe, will celebrate listed Mrs. Thelma Mrs Carrie McNeil Lockett will serveas and Evening worship Is at 6 p.m.

't the efforts of these la- Youth Day Sunday. Elder Levi Smith is presiding elder and guest soloist. Both sermons for the day will

dies. The pastor of the Churchis I Have Pew RallySepteMber will speak. Elder A.H111 is pastor. The speaker for the occasion be delivered by the pastor,Rev.
Rev S.A.Thotnas. Day SundayGood Services in the Sunday School begin at 10 a.m. with Deacon will be Mrs. Pasty Johnson and E.IJJorrain.

Shepard Baptist Church M, McQueen in charge. The morning srvlce will be at she will be Introduced by Mrs In loving Memory of our darling
Friendship Church will celebrate Dual Day onSun- 24The 1L15 a.ra. with devotions led by the deaconds. The princi- Allene Reed.Schefuled IN MEMORIUMIn sister, Alouemicher Mack

day, September 24. The Sun Senior Missionary Society pal speaker for the service will be Elder S.VJJohen, Jr. to make the presentations who departed this life one yearago -
The YPCW will open at 5:30: p.m. with Mrs. Maragett John- to the honoree loving memory of my wife,
will
day School will open! at 945.: of the Macedonia Baptist be today, September 22, 1966..
Musical Is Sunday At 11 a.m. the Women's Department Church will present the annual son as president At 8 p.m. the evening worship begins. The Mrs. Ablate Shuhee. mother andgrandmotfcerMamleFrazler "A precious one from us is
Rev. EjSermons will who departed this life
deliver
will be in charge.The songfest with a pew rally headed the message The public has been cordially Sept. 22 1966. Memories gone, a voice we love Is still,
Friendship Baptist church l Rev Mrs. Laney, pastor of the by the young people of the Invited to attend thle event honoring treasures, no one can steal JJeath are a place In our hearts is vacant
be the seen of an Association Lion of Judah Holiness Chur- church on Sunday, September Mrs. Daniel for he, came'and and never can be filled. Sadly
Musical Sunday, September 24, ch, will be the guest speaker.At 24, at 3 p.m. in the church. St. Stephen's Mt. Moriah Women's faithful service. memoriesiangersUU.Binged carried you away but missed Signed i Kettle Mae
your -
at 3:30 p.m. The church Is located 3 p.m. the men will be in Appearing on the program will McCutchen,Dodid Mae Petersonand
on New King's Road The charge. The Rev H.L.Overst- be Mrs. Florence Brown, Mrs New Bethel AME children: George and Frazier, husband, family
Rev. Remus Smith Is pastor. street pastor of Mt. Tabor Emma Blanding, Mrs. Bessie Women's Day Day Is In October grandcl ildren.

The affair will benefit the wo Baptist ,will deliver the sermon Merchant, Mrs. Bernice Bryant
men's department of the Sun- The Rev. Alex Garvln Is host Deacon Clarence Jarrell, Dea- On October Annual Women's Lists Women'sDay
day School Committee of the pastor Miss C. Hall is Chair- con James Melton, Deacon Ri- October 22 Day will be observed at Mt Need Church Club

union. A unique program has man for the womenMrs Maylor chard King, Mrs Annie E.OWens Moriah: AME Church. Officials ,
been planned. Mrs. Cornelia Woolen is co-chairman. The Miss Glorlda Jean Garvln, Plans for Women's Day at St. for the occasion are: Mrs.Cla-

Prime is chairman: Mrs. Ida Rev Alex Garvin !pastor.,The Miss Barabara Geddis, Miss Stephen's AME got off to a big ra Jackson, General Chairman ProgramThe Or Wedding Pictures
King Is co-chairman. church Is located at 1722 west Dian Matbls, Mrs Catherne start recently when the Rev Mrs Essie MJtye, CoChairman .

29th St.Female., Thompson and Mri.M.L.Polite., JJS.Johnson, pastor, and the Mrs. Carolyn Caswell, New Bethel AME Church
Mt Moriah AME Those heading the pews are; largs committee of chairmanand Program Chairman, Mrs. De- of.which the Rev. EJones is CALL FOR APPOINTMENTS, WE WILL COME TO m
lores JJacLson music committee -
co-chairmen met to set up ,
GUI Hammons, Lena Metton pastor has setaserlesofecentsand
Promotes Students Chorus Tyrone Merchant, Donald Flan- an effective agenda. Mrs. Velma Bannerman activities to benefit Women's -
wife of the pastor will be Pastor WITH NO SEEYICE OR SPECIAL
At this meeting omen were CHARGES
UGUIU Moriah AME Church der, Dlan Mathis, Gloria Gar: dayculmlnatlng on Oct
For The
wDl hold 'omltlonalexercisel vin, Shirley Ball, Linda Thom elected and divided into two Day. ober 29.
for the Sunday School at 9:30 Of Zion HopeCel..r.tes pson, Lomax Butler, James H. groups, the Northern States and The women will sponsor a dinner The purpose will be campaign
sale at the church Friday
on
a.m. All are Invited to attend Williams, Nathanel Singleton the Southern states. Mrs. Geneva fund raising to liquidate the church -
October The
Mrs. Nettle: Jennings, Youth Mayben Simpson Derese Camp- Wheeler I is chairman of 29. pulpit Indetedness and to givea FAMILY PICTURES
Supervisor, has secured table bell,.Earnest Jones and L.Blue Jhe Northen States, Mrs, Zeno Aid Board will meet Sunday, "beautiflcatlon new look." to
and napkins and clothes, which Zion Hope Baptist Church's Program Charlmeo are Mrs. bra Genwright Is -chairman.. with Mrs. Carrie Merledys, this edifice located at Third 1 I' .
Female Chorus will celebratethe The Chairman of tw Southern 724 Lula Street. Mrs Lemo- NEW
the youth are selling for the Emma Malton and Mrs. Edith and Tyler streets,Jacksonville COVERAGE
16th yearof founding Tues states Is Miss Charles e4ter.Splcer. ra Reddick is president The
Women's Day effort. Dinners Lewis Mrs. Rude Cook is President The Joy andprivlledge of women
26 at Mamie Taylor is. Rev J.C.Bannerman Is pastor,
day night, September Mrs.
The Rev in the '
will be sold all day Friday at J.C.Rogesis sharing their taleats' to
BABY PICTURES
the church Mrs. Star Alberta 8 p.m. with a gala program. pastor secretary.On honor and glory ofGod Is the

Rev.Reid J.C.Eannernun Is In charge of Is orders pastor Outstanding help make talent this even will a appeartl successful Emanuel Baptist be Mrs.the Steering Sadie Gillis committee Chairman will Tabernacle Singers goal.Meetings and planning groupsare ::1 "LOW LOW PRICES

one. and co-cbalrmanEarthMcCow- under the leadership of the
Mrs. Barbara Baldwin will be Has AnniversaryEmanuel an, Mamie Taylor and UcVella Chairman of Women's Day,Mrs
Pallbearers Have presented as Mistress of Ceremonies Baptist Church has pauline, appointed to the Public Have Anniversary Willie mae Jones, Cochairman COLOR OR

by Mrs. H.L.Herod of planned, for October 2, a anniversary Relations committee are: Mrs. The Tabernacle Jubilee Singers Mrs Beatric Zeigler and
Meet Mt. Zion. Others Invited to participate Janie Vee Crockett, Mrs. Ines Mrs. Ollle Mae Williams The
Anniversary program, to be held of Holy Tabernacle Assembly -
are: Friendly Westslde in the church auditorium at 8 Blvins and Miss Malinda Wilson of Lord Jesse No. 1 following activities have been : 'iJILACK & WHITE
Sunlight 'an(bearer Male Chorus, Chiors 1 and 2 of Music will be In charge of
59wIllcc9 p.m. All choirs of the city are- will observe their eight anniversary planned and promise to be unique -
lebrate their 16th Springhill, Mt. Olive P.Male Mrs. Eunice Lee and Mrs.Daisy features Dinner
anniversarybeen invited to share to the celebration Sunday September 24, : September -
on October 8th Tr1n1ty Baptist Chorus, Varlck Memorial Trio Mrs. Senior Choir 1 Wallace. at the church. :Singers are Invited 23 at the church; Kick Off
Cdnrc AU 2; p.m. and St. Stephen's AME male will be crowned Mrs.R.Lacy Sunday, October 8, from 4 to6 for this "night of music Dinner, Elijah Jones Club,Oct PHONE TODAY
earer socletyhi4lj MJKMVVarkk. Memorial Trio President p.m. The Diana Shop will be ober 8. at the church, Candy
MB Mrs. Eloulse Thomas Bishop>> R.LJones la pas
city have invited to soar St.Stephens AME Male Chorus. guest dlsplayer. Sale Apron project and Din-
In the is program chairman and tor Deacon Willie J.Morgan ; BOB SMITH 7683200PICE
celebration the Rev S.L.Badger Is pastor. It manager. ner October at the church



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The uniformed groups wen above art members at<< the First founding at the church recently. The second year of the
<< president -,
I .Vew Mt. Zion Baptist Church's Usher Board t. This active Mr. Eddie Arnold was also observed. In the first pastor Clarence Mrs &ssie Mae Mapp fcUe; Arnold president, loung Mrs Betty Reed Mrs. Elizabeth I
aggressive hied the Thomas Mrs. Lee McGee lint.
group 28th anniversary program of Its Mary Adams and Mrs Jessie Beulab ,
picture are seen the Rev. C.C.Srown: dynamic leader and ester. In the back on the same picture are Mrs. Georgia also Harris, Mrs. Sarah Erown. Mrs fielma A. Kemp f
_a_fMHMwc. of the [coupe, Is not Suow.' In the other nie.
First New Zion Greater ''.e.rv vtsuum rom outer cnurcnes. -
Payne AME Dual
Day Yarick Women'slCalendar Honored For Service

Ushers CelebrateThe Schedule For October 22 Tea & ,nMfttl&Deacon \. Operation Church Related To

twenty-eight anniversary Dual Day will be celebrated the Greater Payen AME Chur ,' .'
observance of usher borad 2 of ch, 1230 East 23rd all day Sunday September 24, according ,," .J Be Discussed By Panelist ,
First New Zlon Baptist Churchwas to the Rev Raymong! A.King pastor on a visit to the Sunday 4 To 6 \ ,
office
of i' \
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held on September 13th. the Florida Star ; !}'.". The New Bethel : Church Wrd and tyler, will presenta

A well prepared !address was Dual Day Is a day on which the men and the women The Rev. A. J. Warren pastor Li <<\',' service Sunday morning, September 24, entitled"Operation
extended to the body by Miss Er. with services alternating the cooperate of Varlck Memorial AME "ti"lo/ -..,.> > Church -Related", emphaslng various areas in the church
nestine young people also participate. which should be brought to the attention of all church workers
NjS.Lcwe Zion
serving the Mrs. announces Mrs. E.M. -
as Myra D.King will be pastor for the day. In the morn- ?) #.: .
mistress of ceremonies. Ing services ehich begins at 11 Stephens, chairman of the Ways '
a.m. Mrs. Emma :(fJt'
A well prepared program was the ShUns Baptist Church will G.King of and Means Committee will : The Rev. Elijah Jones pastor of the church women of the
rendered with Mrs. NjS.Lowe opening hymn will be led give the call to worship. The sponsor a Calendar Tea Sunday 4Tr church, and members have set Me program In action so thatit
by Mrs. Thelma .B.Mltchell of It
serving the mistress St. 24 in will terminate with the annual Women's Day on October
as
remonies. Macedonia aptlst. Singleton auditorium from 4 to 6 p.m., 29,.Sunday .'ft_"_ _.It.....,.._. '''a a"".':..
The welcome address was extended The comnlne for the benefit_ onn__ of__ Wnmon_.___ Operation Church-Reiateoac ,"V."VU w wwMusic "uW"1Ie
Men's and Wo Mrs. Cynthia King will make for Sunday will be under
to the body by Miss Er. men's Day. cording to Mrs. A.B.Wlllaims
chorus will
nestine Washington Mrs.Annle sing The the offering appeal. Participating The Wesconnett Choir will Chairman of PublicityandMhs the direction of Mr. P.J.W11- '
Mae Jenkins and Mr. Williams with Scripture Mrs. Malanle reading will follow, in the offering will be Mrs. serve for the occasion and the C.B.Morehead Co-chairman Hams and Mrs. Erma Bryant. \
Jones of New
Prince Smith. Bethel AME Mary Lou Flander, Mrs. Beverly FasMonettes Hostess Club will Is designed to explore posslbllitis Dr. J.LE.Scott will discuss
Mrs. Jessie Hester made the: Mrs. Modena serving.Cor tress Following will take Porter, Mrs Mary Carter also serve. Tables will be represented within the church program Negro Buslnee, Dr. Scott is in d L
presentation during the ceremonies the missionary Mrs. Rosa M.Akins. Visitors for each month of the, for projectsperbapsnotemphasized the division Secondary Education -
Announcements
to the offering. will be acknowledge by All members which In the city of Jacksonville. "
various deserving will be made year. are expectedto in year past projects -
by
members. Mrs. Mrs. Lillian Gish Davis. Remarks cooperate with their 2000. I are most Important now. .
Nancy
Carter. This
Guest usher board\ was board be followed will will come from Mrs Regular service will begin with Editor Eric Simpson editorof Mrs. Helen Hawkins is Chairman
Z from Second Baptist church Jessie M Polk by of a Mt.solo Zion by Mrs.Methodist Sarah Bryant General Chairman the Sunday School at 9:30: with .. << the Florida Star Newspaperwill of Women's Day for, Sunday

and usher board 2 of Mt. Sinai church The A spelcal closing number the superintendent W. J. Johnson discuss, in the morning October 29. Mrs. Willie
Baptist church served. morning'sconsecration will come from the Guest In charge. The lesson review service at 11 a.m., the Religious Mae Jones Is Chairman of the
The event was attented and enJoyed by Mrs. Sphla hymn Cook of will St.be James led Club entitled "The Incomparable will be given by the pas y Press and the Secular General Committee for tteday.
both splrtitually and pro- AME. Mrs. Eliza Ladles". The Rev King- Press This area which is not
gram wisely. Wise, a Jacksonville Rich-Perry, teacher will close the service with be tor.Morning worship begins at all together new, has been considered Bethel Plans AnnualWomen's

member of theWest Union Rap nediction.In 11 a.m., with choir 2 :and the In times past but, the
tint, principal the afternoon the young junior ushers leading the processional. church and its leaders have discovered
speaker for
the Day
Mt. Olive Youth, To service, will be Introduced by people will take charge. The The Rev. Warren U* the printed word
Mrs. Pearl Hudson service begins at 3 p.m. The will deliver the morning mes- Is invaluable. The annual Women's Day of
Take Worthy Chairman will be Dee Dempseyand subject "How To Catch Councilwoman Sally M.Mathis
Charge SundayThe Matron of the Order of Eastern saee. Bethel Baptist Church will be
Star Mrs. Jessie M.Polk will he speaker Mrs. Beverly Fish". of Jacksonville will spend some observed Sunday,September 24.
youth department will be sing. Rev. King will extend the Perils The annual Missionaries Melvin Bwen, of Mt.Ararat Baptist Church is shown time on Equal Opportunity and Programs will be presented
in complete charge of Sunday invitation to discipleship and At. 8 p.m. the men of the church Candlelight Service will be held the receiving a plaque from the Rev. Dallas J.Graham, pastor of '''Voter Registration.Mrs. throughout the day. All are Invited
services at New Mt. Olive throughout will be incharge. at 7.30, Rev. Tony Nell, church for 19 years of meritorious service to. the church Gladys Vaught President to be present.
the day. Order Of Worship Mrs Bryant will be assisted.as speaker. Music will be furnish. FLORIDA STAR PHOTO by Bob Smith of the National Baptist Mrs. Winifreda Randal Is
Sunday school will begin at Co-Chairman by Mrs. Rosa ed by choir No. 1 with Mrs. Convention America, the Wo- chairman.

9:30 am. with the youth superintendent Announced Pastor Mills. Vernon E. King Is A. Malnor at the piano, All 'Rev.,, mens' Division will present Plans have been for big services t,,
Miss, Gennle. Taylor 'J By chairman for men and Ooh D. members are' asked (to be prey. :* Hezetjah. Baptist Pr8Syeil, thoughts on Laity and Self Help throughout the day I Other,
ana teacners in cnargv.-rut Rev. B. J. Williams, pastor lesson's topic will be reviewedby Mt. Olive A.M.E. Church announces Prayer and class meeting will ..
the pastor Rev W.L.GIanton. the order of service for Dr. Reddick Church be held on Tuesday at 7.30 WHEN YOU ARE ILL
Holds Y
choir RevivalThe
Morning worship Is set for September 24th. 1 will rehearse on Wednesday
11 a.m and devotional service Sunday School will begin at the at 730.: After rehearsal Rev.R.Hezeklah In a visitto you Seek The Best Doe-
vii be conducted by the deacons usual time with Mr.Paul Owens they will go to Colosslan Bap the Florida Star, made the itor when Your Doctor
board. The message will Superintendent In charge. Will Go To DaytonaGrant tist Church to participate In the following announcements the feU 'PrescrIbes.
be delivered by the pastor. Call to worship at 11-00 a.m., Memorial AME: Church. anniversary of Choir No. L church: Sunday School 9 a.m., J fit Get Experienced ,
The West side Chiors Union with Rev B. J. Williams In till celebrate Youth Day begin The Youth for Christ will meeton Morning Worship 11a.m.Prayer Pharmacists
will convene at the church beginning charge. The B. 3. Williams ning with the Sunday School at Saturday at 3,30p.m.; Meeting 7am. According to Y r u r II

at 3 p.m. Chorus will sing. The Junior 9::30 Mr. Bernard Reed Is *** The church Is winding'up, today Doctor's Orders we .
Evening service has been set Ushers will serve. superintendent t h e Sunday a great Revival Service. Use Only The Best
for 6.30 p.m. Chlor and Usher A.C.E. League will begin at the School. The Rev S. L. Badger evangelist Quality Drugs.

board 3 will serve throughoutthe usual hour with Miss Linda Dr. Reddick, pastor, will In Trial Sermon of Emanuel Baptist of Jacksonville C. E. BLACK, proprietor
Pbelps, President in charge. was guest
day. preach at the 10:45: service on -preacher.
The church ana pastor will At 5:00 p.m.,the Parent-Youth the' subject, "The Journey" The Lord's Supper is given i Registered Pharmacists

worship with the Royal Tabernacle Organization will .meet. The All members, with the pastor, each Sunday morning. The Gospel 4 ... .. .. .A COMPLETE LINE OF To..Serve..._ ...You.. .
Baptist church in an after group will discuss Thttrgood will leave Grant Memorial at 1 Chorus rehearses Mondaysat Cosmetics
service on Sunday night. Marshall Supreme Court Jus 5 p.m.Sunday for Daytona Beaciuhere 7 p.m. On Wednesday Choir i Rubber Goods Candles sun \
Weekly activities will follow tice. The electionof officers and they will render a ser-. No 1 rehearses and on Thursday dries
the usual schedule for the coming plans for the Fellowship Service vice atAllen Chapel pastoredby Choir No. 2 rehearses.The 'PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVEREDLilly's -'
will be held after the discussionof the community is Invited to all
week Rev. J. W. Burroughs, ser- -- --- --'--- I
the topic for the day. All are welcome.Greater vices. All citizens who are Interested INDIANAPOLISDr. James Store
.--.i--: .' m *", Plans will also be discussedfor in having an outlet for Charles Sams pastor of the Drug
the MissTeen.ageMTOUcf the FlorldaStar should call Rev. Second Baptist Church of Jacksonville e
: : Campaign, scheduled for SundayOrtnhfr BethanyHas t Hezeklah at 261-S379. Fla., is now President 1901 Kinis Road 353-8279
90. 1087_ of the National Baptist
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"0 Candidates are Miss Denise r ,Church Of God Convention of America. -The -f '
.. Edwards sponsored by Mrs. Gospel SingThe Rev. Sams succeeded, upon
BRAND NEW U Surlesteen Mahoney; M1 s s Hears SingersThe election' the Rev D.C. Petta- WRITE WRHC TODAY
Franchlta Paul sponsored by Greater Bethany Baptist way who retired during the II
: Holy Church of The Living
: 1967 VWSEDAN Mrs. Mary Mitchell;Miss Anise Church will present a "GospelIn God will present the organization's 87th annual
Gospel
Tutson, sponsored by Mrs.LU- Songs Revival" on Sunday meet. Dr. Pettaway had also

... : lie Williams and Miss Jackie evening Landon L.WUIlams at 8 p.m. with Rev. 24 Crusaders,_ai 8:30 Sunday p.m.. In September the church served as-- rn.nroglHont.__... .fnr__ 1ft ow Win $25.00 For Your Church
serving as
'169850 Harold Waddell, sponsored b y M r. the narrator. auditorium. This group will years.Dr. Sams :Cut the :
Kennerly. before the election out below r
present new and old selections. coupon did
HARRIS
Candidates for Queen are Mrs. Some of the guest artists to DEACON The church also will had served as vice-president ; ,
DELIVERED IN |lAX PrlscllU Jones M r s. W 11- appear on the program are Deacon Edward W. Harris of worshipat for 10 years. Membership In write'
the Church of God In your question then
-v ers tht *arty ./ M. helmenla Baldwin,Mrs.FrancesD. Mr. and Mrs Anderson Rush St. Thomas Baptist Church, Elder G. Bennett Unity Women' the national organization Is mail t
Price and Mr. and Mrs William Cherry Moncrief at 15th will pastor. estimated at
Mrs. MattIe C; deliver three and one- ,
Campbell. Jr., the Wonderful Little Mer- his trial sermon Sunday, the church Day will Mrs be Amanda observed Collins at- half million Dr. Pettaway will j| to radio station, WRHC, P. 0.
The Royal House of<< Windsor cernetts, the Hearaldles, Mt. September 24, at 7 p.m., according receive an honorarium of t
: Catlin- : will present Mrs. Alice Bur- Bethel Male Chorus Mt. Sana to the pastor, Rev the day.will The serve church as pastor Is located for $2,500. More than 4,000 delegates ; Box 2467
coughs as a feature attraction Male CkwM Voicds of Zion W.C. NeaL at 1993 Yulee St attended the convention. : Jacksonville, Fla..
: Griffin for all lovers of Gospel Sing. The Beto::itts andthe Harris Deacon Harris Is a trustee
ing, Sunday night, September Slngefs. and leader of District No. 21 I PHONE: 380.1111
24, at 7.00 The public Is cordially Invl- t SISTER -
: p.m. BESSIE
Volkswagen This attraction will be followed ted to attend this gospel in song I uS "RUCTIONS The WRHC "Mall Box" will attempt to get
INC by the termination of the Royal event. I .FREE.CAKDLE WITH EVERY EEADtt'G"She :a'I:1It' : I an c. s rer to any question you may have on any subject such
Second Adult as schools
Class rents taxes
city and
IZ50 EAST 8th ST e Baby Contest sponsored b y ....... I on. county government and so
J54-9093 w the House of Windsor led by Day Spring To Host will read your pnHro Hfo-rac*.Dresent and Write
\ Mrs. MattIe C. Campbell candidate Starting future. She asks no questions but "''ill tell you I your questions below and mail at once; Your question
,rii.E, ..US) .. .. for Queen's Day Honors, what you want to know, giving date and facts of broadcast answer, along with! your name and address will be
lAnnnal Women's Meet Sept. 29 B P.M. business, love, health and family atf 1rs. :: from time to time on WRHC so please print your
cone and address. Write-as often as like and
help
PllEEAASSEE Remember you find lost art. TELL you whom you will you Ustenjoriyou'
I The sixth-fourth annual ses- *, Hospital Aide Class !Imarry and when. U the one you love is true, what I station' \ answer WRHC,1400 on your radio< your total community
,don The Deadline For .' to the Union St.James Missionary Cashier'. SalesClerk locate absent friends and relatives and cause Station For the best question each week during this mailing, Radio
I Baptist Association will happiness between man and wife. Make up WRHC will award $23.00 to the church of your choice.
; Church & Social News fl" vene with the Dayspring Pap Kindergarten Teachers' Aide lover's quarrels. Tells,1/slctoessor bad luck is| I Ml" QUESTION: ;

! list church, October, 4-8. Rev. I-* .Plano Voice Theory .natural enemines, evil Influence and bad luck. Does not tell,
Is Tuesday 4 P.M. CJ.Watklns Is the moderatorThe to please you, but will tell the truth.One visit will repay you
forj
y theme of this session will Band And Orchestra Insf (disappointments in ail others. I not only read your life like an,: ,1.a" .:, + ;.A U' ; &.. r
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be "The Never Changing Chr ;open book, but I also help you out of your TROUBLES. Come I '
Bring News To 1st In an Ever Changing World Bolden's College and see why you are so unhappy when everything seems to g o .
.and "He Is Just the Same To wrong. WHY be sad and downhearted,sick and worried when you I'I,.+' ,
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2323 Moncrief Rd. Cor. day" has been chosen as the can be helped and everything made clear by consulting. Tins, '
13lh St. theme song. 1116 V. 20th Street GIFTED MEDIUM! Everybody welcome. NO MAIL ANSWERED. PLEASE PRINT

Mrs. C J.Williams the president .I make no house calls. Don't mistake the address, SISTER MY NAME IS
Notices Must Be ,"'Mail By Monday Noon of the women's department Registrar 356-6(65& BESSIE is located north of Callahan on U.s. M. 1/2 mile from MY .
ADDRESS EIf
and bas'asked that all 'City of CALLAHAN, Florida. Phone 879-2250. -
YOUR COOPERATION IS 'NEEDED affiliated churches cooperate John H. BoUeq WATCH FOR HER SIGN IN FRONT OF HOUSE my question is Judged best, please send $25.00 to the church
in making this session OIlY of 'BJS.M5.ECS.President 'Across the Street from SPORTSMAN MOTEL 'of my choice, which Is .

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ReflectsAitean -< ,' .1"D ,JiJ.( f ': .:1r successful, ret enjoy interest
YOUR BUDGET t< ., .i. ing unusual foods. The Borden
GUIDE I Kitchen looked to Italian cuisine
Color i I I for this eminently low-cost,
TO MEAL Bart'squick bread that I ada I > low-calorie Stuffed Egg-Cot-
PLANNING
mirrors the golden beauty of I tage Cheese Bake sauced with
aotuu. Enriched corn meal tomato and more cottage
I' 'MAAA AA ad* Interesting texture and T F1't cheese, and capped with stripsof
tUUMttre flavor to this tempt anchovy.
ta| Orange-Apricot: Bread. To lisic
,jpfcaslte the rich fruit flavor
Pineapple Swiss SteakI the Juice sad crated peel of an IL Tomato-Cattail Slice

orange I\IPl and!chopped dried (Make t caps)
apf tcots are cooked together. Italian 0
1 ((1-lb.l-os ) can ..
This mixture is added to the i peeled tomatoes,or Rice Council Photo

( t I t I tCP try Ingredients sod shortening.URANGE.APRICOT with: the milk, t ,__ H d 1 canned!(8-oz.) can tomatoes tomato paste, Chicken Fresh and tomatoes Rice,Mexicans green pepper its south, onion-of-the and.border chill flavor powder live
PLUS 3 water
1 cans This is the kind of main dish to cook In and serve from your
DREAD 1111 teaspoon Wller'.ln.tantminced prettiest casserole. Brown the chicken in the casserole or cook It
Makes 1 loaf onion and the vegetables In a separate skillet before transferring themto
1/2 salt
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I neilukt-slzed juice orange -ii teaspoon the caue.ole.1ben put with the remaining Ingredients In the
i/l 1/4 teaspoon pepper baking dish,cover tightly (using foil if the casserole doesn't havea
CIII'upr 1 bay leaf cover),pop Into a moderate oven and forget It for half an hour.
I ci*flMly-cut dried apricots 1 tablespoon sugar Even though you might be tempted to peek Into the casserole
I I/I cops sifted all-purpose flour t 1 teaspoon oregano during cooking, it Is strongly recommended that you do not.
./C (is? enriched corn meal 1 pound Borden'a large or "Dont peek" la a standard sdmonltloo in all rice cookery In-
d p small curd creamed structlons, and the reason Is simple. Rice cooks to its best when
.''f...spoons baking powder cottage chsssi steamed not boiled and when the cover of the saucepan or
1 tesspooi salt tt casserole is lifted, steam escapes and the rice has less chance of
lea milk -i iNext turning into tender and separate grains.
11w. tattG ;; rtes'' To add to the Mexican theme, serve with a guacamole salad,

.I/I.* Belted or liquid'fanaWtala Meta by C.rnetlen Ce -- honeydew salt sticks and and watermelon.for dessert, wedges of fresh melon cantaloup,

r time you have a' eookout In the backyard or park, CHICKEN AND RICE MEXICANA
try Deluxe Hamburger) made extra juicy by adding vel- 1/-pound frying chicken, y4 cup minced parsley
vetized evaporated milk to the meat mixture. Other easy-to- to 1 uncooked rice
Ptncapplt Growers Association salted and peppered cup
Photo e prepare recipes using evaporated milk are available in
Count on canned pineapple' golden goodness to Cooking with ,' taste S cups chicken broth
give Swiss steak a a new cookbook 1 Issued -
a new twist. Easy does It, just add onion soup mix to syrup i. by Carnation Company, Illustrated in color, the 48- I tablespoons butter or I tomatoes, cut In eighths
tfrttiwd from pineapple and pour over the browned (teak. The book contains 15 reoin for main dishes, sauces, soups margarine V/t teaspoons salt
I full lever develops u It slowly simmers and there will be and desserts. Those *hcr What copies! of Cooking until plenty or gravy to serve over noodles or other go-along Add the ( Surprising Different shoUId[ send twenty-flve cents in coin yt cup minced green pepper 1 teaspoon chill powder
pin apps titan and. touches of green pepper and fresh tomato \ to: Carnation Company; pepartment DS-8, Los Angeles, Brown chicken pieces in butter melted in skillet; remove
Jut M SO before serving Delicious of course, and pineapple 'nude ,t + r California, 90019. C,*" In a medium-site saucepan chicken to sheet pan. Add onions, green pepper and parsley.
DEL***.MAMBURGERSKahe4 blend wen tomatoes, tomato Cook until onion Is tender.Add rice broth, tomatoes and season.
PINEAPPLE SWISS STEAK SAVOY well and heat to boiling Place chicken pieces on top.
(>> ... paste, water, and seasonings. Ing Stir
servings) lid Reduce heat, and simmer for 30
I haeuajusa* lour Water medium- Cover with a tightly fitting
Place over
I........ paprika 1 envelope dry onion soup Vi cup chopped rash pippir V, cup (small can) undiluted low heat saucepan cover and simmer minutes, or until liquid Is absorbed; or bake at 350 degrees for
2 ;
tablespoons chopped ersteare
]/ teusven sell mix evaporated milk 30 minutes I
slices of OrangeAsjrfcot teaspoon butler 14 salt 30 minutes, stirring occasion- Makes I servings.
4 oboe posfMb fcoiKfess top round 1 tablespoon cornstarch Bread with cream J. cup Italian style teaseae '/, to .9..na n pepper ally. Gradually blend in cottage
Inches
Cllllewt thick
) Thin greea pepper rings tfcsMM co serve with hot tea or bread crumbs 1 pound ground chuck cheese; cook an additional 5
I I (taMespomts I...... ./shortening ounce) can Small tomato wedges code oa t brisk afternoon.! Saute green pepper an .....,pIe "!eel Sandwiches made from this de- Combine with bread crumbs, evaporated milk salt and Cool, then refrigerate In a tight- I sandwiches
Ueioes bread will provide welcome pepper Add ground chuck and mix well; form {into 4 to epatties. until needed. 1 boneless lamb
Mix flour, closed container pound stew
1
paprika and salt and rub Into both sides of steak, Broil about 4 inches from source of heat, about 5 ly cup tarrafon vinegar
Brown luch box variety meat, cut Into ** Inch
in hot shortening in heavy skillet. To syrup drained from too. minutes per side 1 medium onion, sliced !
pineapple add water to make I'/t cups Combine with onion Crtte orange peel. Squeeze STUFFED E GG-COTTAGE 1 clove garlic, crushed squares
soup mix and pour over steak Cover tightly Bake in moderately 07if*; measure 1/4 cup juice CAKE: Carefully shell 8 hard ? cherry tomatoes
lot oven U'1S degrees P) IVi hours or until tender. Top with 1 tablespoon olive ell 12 canned whole mushrooms
Add water If make
( to
pineapple slices; mix cornstarch with 2 necessary cooked eggs; cut In half length-
tablespoons water. Stir Olive MM Potato Salad I teaspoon salt V cup butter, softened
*ito pan liquid Simmer until clear and thickened. Garnish I/I cap liquid.) Combine peel, wise. Remove yolks; set whites M teaspoon T.
IteM and pineapple with green pepper rings and tomato wedgM. pet, sugar and apricots small aside In a small mixing bowl Vt teaspoon pepper crumbled:
ttikei to I servings. aorapan. Simmer S to 7 mln- 4 cup canned pitted CalUer (%, cup thinly sliced radishes mash yolks with a fork. Blendin /' teaspoon basil enriched hot dog bone
**..*. or until thick and bubbly. Nee ripe elites ((4 cup thinly sliced green 1 cup cottage cheese; spoon 1 bay leaf split and toasted
Coffee Carnival a.cool 20 minutes y I cups mayonnaise cold mashed fotateea !4 onion teaspoon salt mixture Jntp t egg whites. Arrange Combine vinegar,onion garlic olive oil, salt pepper, basil and
Heat oven to moderateJ73( F,) 1 cup / teaspoon filled egg halves in an. bay leaf In saucepan; bring to boll. Remove from heat; cool to
tablespoon vtotfav peppery
% me funk-cooking tapioca: t cup. brewed decaffeinated tiff together flour, corn meal, cup finely chapped eetert S s thin carrot sticks ungreased 10x6xl-l/2-lnch bakiiig lukewarm Stir In lamb cubes Cover and refrigerate to 4 hours,
yt cap water coffee and stirring occasionally. Remove lamb from marinade, drain
taxing powder salt Into
Vi ewe auger 1 teaspoon vanilla Reserve S ripe olives; cut remainder In wedges Combine potatoes dish. Pour 1 cup Basle To- thoroughly on absorbent paper. For each kabob, arrange lamb,
yt ....,.... aril 1 cup heavy cream, whipped bowl Combine milk, eggs and with mayonnaise and vtoagif. Mix In ripe olive wedges, celery, mato-Cottage Cheese Sauco a- tomatoes and mushrooms alternately on skewer Broil In preheated .
yt sup! seedless raisins shortMlng. Add milk mixture radishes, onions, alt and pepper Spoon Into paper cups; chill round an over eggs. If desired broiler or grill 4 to S minutes,or until lamb Is done. Meanwhile .
and apricot mixture to dry Ingredients Stand carrot sticks u/rlgltt Sa salads; top with ripe olives. Garnish tops of with blend together butter and rosemary. Butter buna Place
Combine tapioca and water In saucepan; mix well. Let stand stir until well blend with parsley, as ai..tf... Makes S servings garnish eggs kabob between bun halves; remove skewer and close. Serve hot.
I minute. Add sugar, salt, raisins, and coffee Place over medium Pour; Into 8-1/2 .U Instant mashed potawee are used, prepare aa package directs anchovy fillets. Cover dish with. Sandwiches. suit a million purposes and any pocketbook.
neat and cook until mixture comes to a full boll, stirring con ed. greased for 4 servings, reducing DqMd by one-fourth. aluminum foil. Bake In a moderate They're a wise choice for a well.balanced diet, too, for enriched
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BY LIZ GO/AK .

r c'EMININE Be of good cheer don't
despair oould be described
as cardinal rule In decanting
your home The reason U that
you can do wonders with the

furnishings you already have.
There are very few person
who can atari out fresh with
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flustine le fashion pattern : Ic- And today, manufacturersoffer

::1lI ttdmtmJ %wAVERS many the aid novice In planning decorator her In

By Martha Brandt EH teriors.
It la Important to rememberthat
iJ' ,, tinier Tips
r + the lour walla are the
"' Elbow grease baa now gone largest most dominate feature
f 4 q .uYY '(' : out of style thanks to the Increase In the room. It* up to you to
In the number of area make them represent you your
1'; I I( k '"A aol housecleaning products F. family your way of life.
; old last year Latest surveys Wallcoverings are the excuV ;
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how that more than 183 million log new way to personalise
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4(, 4 1 7UUt- pray form fountf their way history has there been such a
1..4. Into your cleaning closet and varied selection of wallcover .
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Coconut custard pie has a standing reputation using sprays from the Aerosol Never before in history have
Division Chemical Specialties wallcoverings been so maintenance -
as a beautiful, delicate des- Manufacturers Association: >4FMte free .10 easy to
1. Cleaning Your Cleaning hang so easy to remove !If
sert. Add to its and text-
great appearance Closet: Empty containers take redecorating la have
and time and So taking For wallcoverings been
ure a flavoring of California sherry up space. v
+:Inventory Is as good at home Improved' radically by modern
you have a new, winning combination. as It Is In a store It will technology. There are thick,
'how you what you have and velvety flocks which not only
Sherry acquires its characteristic carmel what need replacing.! by Gxeeeee Ce Impart unusual richness to

4 r ; ., flavor by the special way it is made. Heat 2 Mobilise: Sounds like a sound walls but level.help There reduce the
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tI carmelizes the natural grape sugar in the just basle organising of cleaning buffet table at parties, showers or company dinners. Ittastes pop art design for those with
from good, too. The llght-as-a-cloud dessert was developedIn psychedelic Ust**. There are
products spraysto
& wine. As z result, Sherry is an excellent sponges.. Put the sprays and the test kitchen of Carnation Company. It combines perky stripes, checks paisley
j' for foods used in other producta used every day orange juice, unflavored gelatine, eggs and velvetlzed evaporated and medallion for those who
flavoring judicious on the shell easiest to reach milk. The evaporated milk first is whipped Into billow- enjoy scale and harmony In
ing mounds and folded into the gelatine I mixture to give thedessert their surroundings. There are
amounts so that it blends with other food 3. Do Your Homework: No, simulated animal _
"' Its creaminess end airy light texture.A versatile cooking skins
;A; ;t 1.. flavors. were work.' not We joking mean about learn house-about 'ingredient evaporated milk has many use. It make ebra, leopard and tiger to
give the den
soups and sauces creamier and meat loaves juicier. or family room
Popular as it is in cooking, Sherry findsas those products .you use. Including the exotic flavor of an African
aerosol Read the label
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much greater acceptance as an appetizeror on the sprays you are flocked oils, metallic and embossed
,. about to use and, If It's a
BAVARIAN patterns of depth and
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(Makes 8 to 8 servings)
sweetness. California produces several ,reread the label. Find out If most Intlme moods.
it's to be shaken, tilted, and 1 envelope undavored gelatine V4 teaspoon vanilla A practical colorful booklet
I types of Sherry in great abundance.The I about how far It should beheld \ cup (small can) undilutedrelvetlsed ha been prepared by the
.ug"'r
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STAR PAPERS SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 23, 1917 -




THE FLORIDA NEWS ,, STAR ,- ..,. J Im Be Equal. I II


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.' ".. .Pr.,WHITNEY M.. YQUNG !H.
Published by the Florida Star Pub" Mng Company \' i: .

ACTIOH rs tLOVuENCij nears VIETNAM OBSERVATIONS?
Of mCOHOBtHTAPeHORg .
MEMBER LEARNED THAN THWfAKS.
-.- I recently returned from a trip to Vietnam u a member of
the Presidential Commission to observe the elections there.

!NEGRO P RNATIONAT:; There were 22 d us-senators, governors and businessmen,
churchmen and pub
civic leaders, beads of veterans group's
Ushers. Our Job was simply to observe elections, not make

,judgements on the war.
The balloting seemed fair to me,' and it was carried outunder
ERIC 0. SIMPSON -- Miiiiin Editor great handicaps largely Illiterate'population, war
conditions, and Viet Cong terrorism. I think our presence
.helped insure an honest election and I think that the idea
IILIA IOOTEK --. Circilitiii Miiifir 'of a team at observers has application here at home.
A team of independent observes for example, could help
insure fair elections in parts of the U.$. where Negro citizens

2323 Moncrief Roil Phm Elii 4 >S782Miiliif b ar e either openly prevented from .
voting or covertly InttmUated Into casting
their ballots for local bosses. While I was i
Address 'abroad, Mississippi held its primary elections -
and I wish team of observers were
a II
,.1. in 599 lichinillt, Florida 32201 present there.

In some counties: with clear Negro maJorities
MIAMI OFFICE Negro candidates lost to white incumbent -
sheriffs and mayors. While many

Sin Nff 7tk Ai|. Pose 751-3879 negroes would vote for candidates d white
power structure for various reasons, such a clean sweep
looks suspicious. Grand has already been charged. I have
SUBSCRIPTION RATES
then
strong enough to campaign ana von tor canwaales woes
One Year $6.00 Half Year $4. 00 Jobs may be endangered or their families threatened.
Mailed to You Anywhere In the united states Here is an example of a situation where independent observers ,
Subscription payable in advance could perform a service. U we are willing to for-
Send Check or Money Order to: E ter democracy 8,000 miles from home, we should take similar
FLOR'IDA STAR P.O. BOX 599 steps In part of our own nation whcih have little expereace -

Jacksonville. I.. Florida .. with democracy.
9I \ Although much d my time in Vietnam was taken up with
observer duties, I spent as much time as I could with the

\ "LET'S PUT OUR HANDS TO THE HELM most dynamic, articulate and dedicated group of Americans
to be found anywhere in the world--the Negro GPs who are
'serving there far out of proportion to their numbers.
Wi Cm not Ignore Teachers Any Longer AND BRING OUR OWN SHIP IN11 I told them of a new Urban League program which grew out

t d my Journey to Vietnam last year. Our new Veterans Affairs -
Office will help returning GPs find tl*Jobs and homes
Blazing -- --- ---- ----------------- ---
across the front pages of our and special services they need to make smooth transition
metropolitan 'I to civilian life Because of many Negro soldiers frind that
newspapers
are' teacher sancti I II there is more equality in the armed forces, the program
ons, rumors of strikers, aid starts work before their
.t( occurrence of dlscourge comes up.
mass resignations since the products of I YOUR Weekly I II They were glad to hear d this new program, especially
teaching are intagible I I II since they are determined to have the rewards of citizenship -
the public has not as well as the sacrifices Although they are far from
valued their efforts to .any' great degree. I home, they are well-Inform about race relations this summer -
A greatly disturbed I Few could understand the riots. These are men who
public is not sure how Guide know what fire power is and they know you doll throuw
it should
regard the boldness'ot present- Horoscope beer cans at tanks or rip apart your own home. But they

day teachers, but it is fast learning that understand the' frustrations which! led to the.. rolls and they
** I II are angered the lack of real
the instructors of the nation's schools ** :. any progress toward closing -
area the racial
gap.
new breed. The opening of public schools I By PABLO, The ASTROLOGER I II II One soldier told me that the war he was fighting In Viet-

in various cities and communities I,, nam was only one of America's wars. "The other war, he
throughout said "Is the one aganlst poverty and racism at home I
the nation has been spoiled by teacher- I wouldn't mind out I
WHICH being here if knew that my family
striking interruptions. I ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR II the States was getting a fair break, but those guys in Con-

I gress wouldn't wven pass a bill aganlst rats."
Significant is the fact that the end is no I I Another GI in Saigon also sounded the "two war"theme,

yet in sight, for teachers are determined I and heIr no doubt which was more important. "I think we
to get their whole loaf and lust due. BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL Ii I could continue what we are doing here, and also get equal
opportunity at home. But if a choice has to be made,"he
Those persons 'who look with: disfavor wwww_ww w said, "then the welfare of family and at home
upon -wwiwwwwARIES --------- --- wwwww- my my city:
teacher strikes .. has to come first"
think that .. *" ""
money should not :: w '
be., the bickering CAh fER': r U8RH "CAPRICORNBORN "Although 'some were pretty angry about the blackiash! this I
point. Maybe not, there summer, others kept their sense of humor. I remember a
are other contributing factors to the dis- BORN MARCH11thAPRIL BORN JUNE BORN SEPT. DEC. medic in Slagon telling me that eh couldn't understand "folks

content of teachers. For instance 23rd OCT. 23rd ,22nd JAN. 19th back home who don't want me to live next door to them even
we refer 19lb 22nd JULY 22nd though their wounded son dldm't complain when I brought my
to what some call the proprietory attitude Forward march. The past is medical bag into his fox hole and integrated it til I could
of school Get on with it. Everything You're on terra firms.The ear*' Follow the leader. The good past and only the future counts. get him to a hospital.
,boards and educational administrators should be going to you pie- ller weeks of the month may now fortune of being someone who But If yon can extract some-
;. sure right through the end of be taken as so much more wa- is born leaser andconstrucstlve<: thing from previous experience.
Teachers feel that they should be your month. Knowledge and experlence -- ter over the dam. The groundwork minded to boot is one that should -- In order to ease coming pro- We Challence Some Of Sreb' s ReportNo
assigned gained In the past for greater efficency at be appreciated by the Li- press, by all means do so with
to the main Job of teaching and are demand' could make master strategist workor more power for thosein brans who are so blessed. If' out hesitancy Family security -

ing better working conditions of many of the SID! Aries.Cru- authority is now firmly laid not among this group, it may and personal peace of mind
classrooms qutside of sades of a personal nature. Irs now the responsibility d be the the proper moment to are the rewards that are coming doubt most of our readers have bee.v
and a greater part in running. that may have failed short of this sign to cast away any re.. do some quick thinking regarding to the steady and hard- reading the recent report by the Southern
the schools. their goals .In days gone by malning Inhibitions and to letdown the possibility of changing working Caprlcornians who Regional
Since there is widespread discontent may now be taked up again"and to business with all the this status. There are signs have never fllnced in the face Education Board to the effect
among/ that the whole future would of duty. The present task is- that '
directed to their chosen organizational or administrative "Negro university and college d e .-'
public school teachers,. it would appear destinations. And if romance skills that can be mustered greatly benefit from strong and to plan the next step that will grees are hollow ; '
symbols because of the
that both communities that have or have not shows up along the way, the unmarried Those who have been looking winding associations andclosely take you higher up the ladder '
take just as wll may welcome for new houslngor trying todis- knit family. If believing that of success. One of the prim inadequate preparation of their students.One .
been affected should proper steps well it as the one thing that pose of old property should take you are among some who haveno cipal rungs would be the accumulation newspaper said that "this blunt pol-
in advance to avoid future trouble.One may have been sorely lacking advantage of rare opportunltos prospects in this direction, of substantial cash
proposal to accomplish a great unanimity in existence to the present. that now crop up.Here appears make it one's business to intensify and tangible resources. emic against the level of teaching'in traditional -

. between school board and teachers 9 50 88 IS > 908 to be some chance to make hay. your social life or to Join 5.60.44.13.678' Negro units of higher educationwas
while the sun shines! clubs and study groups
\\1 would be the establishment of a teacher- TAURUSBORN 1-30-99-16-043 5704411567SCORPIO AQUARIUS based upon a 12-month' study conductedby .

representative plan to the School Board's the SREB.

policy-making g body. APRIL LEO BORN IAN The report went in to say that their educational -

While this would be a more constructiveap- 20th MAY 20th BORN JULY BORN OCT. 20th FEB. 18th programs of 194 institutions do ;

proach to solving the problem, hundreds of not match their predoninantly white counterparts
Is ,
Wind things up. Outside of a ,23rd-AUG 22ndIt's 24th NOV. {2nd Build loUdlY. Whether it a
school boards will give to teachers some of trace here and there of inner perception. Those who are house or a way of life that is I n admission standards. breadth
Keep plugging It stands to reason being built, It pays to make the depth of curriculum, qualtiy of instructi.on
their demands to stave off strikes this concerns, which could easily be gifted with exceptional percep, -
wiped out, this sign may look live powers should suffer no that those who strive the foundation as strong as human or preparation of students for 'employ-
reluctant attitude'could be replaced easilyby I hardest will collect the most make it. And
forward to a much more fulfilling fears from any source what Ingenuity can ment. .I
will find a more' Is If not immediately in due course the same may be said of all the
one in which teachers period It's an ideal moment The reason simply that members -
The possibility of obtain- other parts which should be It is our belief that the : was t
educational to make economic, investment of this sign are certain, report
role in the total
satisfying
and security programas Instead of simply hoping, that ing better compensation maybe tough enough to withstand winds to point up the fact that states should t
picture. sound as the determinationwith older and wiser heads all over I open during the passage of the of adversity. This may be slow
last quarter. Natives of this and tedious process, but genlnely stop putting 'chicken-feed' appropriations
School boards ehlcb everything Is customarily fie world will prevail and helpto -
may postpone attacking this sign like to build since this And when two
backed up. Those who preserve a stable society worth-while. into the budgets of Institut-
problem with vigorous force but sooner o r are engaged In commerce,homebuilding and Its highest values.The days is a natural bent, but the Incentive ,people bend their Intelligenceand ions and Negro'
later they must act with vigor and discret- and gainful occupation to think on a broad scale, in to do so is being actl- aptitudes toward the same give them some real money .t 0 .,
In gene al should make all the behalf of kinsfolk, the neighborhood vited all the more by fine plan- ends, the achievements will be compensate for their lack of financialsupport '
,ion. ,.tary influences Whether it Isone's counted two or more-fold.'
headwa; that can be managed. and self in particular in the past and
even to this
home ,
own a career or very,
Let's Really Fight Poverty 3 80 IZ -15 -.975 are last forward quarter motion adds a,more during pro-the' development of character is a S-80-S3-11.18 day.
matter that
rasing note in connection with each Scorpio will Unfortunately, the press and other
news
have to decide for him or her-
In our' travels, we noticed a sticker GEMINI vitigj.finances and professional acti-' self. media twisted the facts< and gave the wrong-

reading, et's fight the Ameri- PISCES impression '
poverty 8-90-88-13-513 4- 50 6618.876SAGITTARIUS especially with reference of ,
can way-go to work. BORN MAY VIRGO BORN FEB. SREB'S findings. J

We are afraid that the general. public 21st JUNE 21st BORN AUG. NOV. 19th MAR. 20th In closing, we need only say that if Negro'
BORN '
have got use to depending upon .state welfare You can come out. Those who ,.education is really inferior Jn all o'f J
which has sapped it of all itsin may have been a bit shy or reserve 23rd -' SEPT. 22id. 23rd DEC. 21stIt's $;very one wants more. There the
due to any cause what Find"out how. This promisesto are so many tempting thins to predominantly-Negro institutions of higher, ...
,
dividual stamina and resource. This very soever, should now sea the way be the most constructiveweek time to settle. Many have buy interesting places: to see, education, this is, all the more reason why1' .
fact makes it difficult for men tp find clear to emerge into full elpreslvene. of the month for the Vlrgonans patterned to knock around the and plesuers to be extracted they should be
.. Llbrans once who are as busy asbees world instead of fixing your- from modern day life that Pos-. supported more sumptously
can
jobs when there are none. They are not the 'selves in one locality. While dana than ,
more play a mor assetlverole Attended to home building, investment no more than others from today ever before.
kind who reasons. "if it is impossible I'll wherever they find themselvesand tax, Insurance and security this is perhaps desirable during different signs, can be blamedfor If the educational
matter with the aid of the the eirtiei'year,there comea wishing to take part. But programs are inferior
"
do it. "If no Jobs available I'll the and sentiments -
are express hopes
time when even this roving most cost as the report indicates
that may have been top experts In thse fields, when things money a great reflection upon
find one.Welfare. pent up far too long Ingenl- this is necessary. Whatever sign may be casting about for amount of it, and this may be state politleans and boards of education

takes! away a man's incentive .t ,Q ity is being backed by an imaginative settled now is likely to remain,for the right place when it can forcing many individuals to start -. for higher learning should them to;
cause
feel safety anchored. This
terms of .
mind. Writers in part- so fur u long as you decide. may thinking saving
support himself and his own family. Welfare cular opportunity to do their And this may be the big chanceto mean getting married for some rather than spending There is bow their heads in shame for the ham they: "

subsistence is fast becoming a way of life best and must original works arrange for a refuj q where or formerly any kind of home a llkeihood that some may be have imposed upon a minority group.
and loving tie that will endure driven to the expediency of goIng .
in this country Centainly have few All Cemlnlans, in varied walks "exclusively,This would be ideal
we a Among the first steps to betaken into business for selves
of life should benefit in keeping for writers, artist researcher* Litter dpesn't throw '*
men who have the ability to overcome whatever with their particular circumstances and all others who an inter* may be the formation of While It Is a truism that not itself away; litter'ioesn'tJust 0\

obstacles happen to' get in t h e way! and activities. It will ested In higher mind pursuits new friendships and club affiliations. -' everybody can succeed, there happen. People cause Jt-and only people*, '\
be for the are many who stand Just u
It even good
simply be a matter d taking may !
This fras once a prime factor in making our things in stride more material minded persons. good a chance as any to do so. cap prevent it. "People1 means you. "*

nation what it is today. 10 -44 -19 .'97$' I 60 55 n 419 1-40-77-19-631 Q.jtO- 66-19- 824 Keep America Beautiful.


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A. Philip Randolph Says Riots Are Based On Discrimination 1 JI 1


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Leader Says Teen-Agers NeedEfbcitfoB '; r"-'.
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A. Philip!Randolph the 'Itean of QvU Rights",internationally :

known for Us activity in the.civil: right movements was in
Jacksonville last week and, in his remarks as OM of the principal .
seekers at a banquet honoring Samuel Harper said, "The-
key question confronting the Negro today is economic security
and strength The Negro has to catch up in the technologicaland IIIIij _________
industrial revolution now going 011. We are not pre- _____ (1A
pared to fit in it now"

"Teen-agers/ the )leader ment and Industry. Randolph

"follow RaP Brown and again, In 1958 and 1959, headed -
Stokely Carmichael,' because marches In Washington
they feel they are the only ones A huge march was led ty the
preaching a doctrine of hope rights leader In 1963 and he said,
and that !is -burn up every caused the ultimate enactment
thing." of the 1964 Civil Rights Act
ni
As to militancy, Randolph emphasized and of bills In 1965. He spoke
that be is nomilltant, commendably d President
because no Issue, political or Johnson's efforts "He", said
economic "has been settled by Randolph, "has done more for
violence." He felt that Brown the Negro than any other president

and Carmichael are"irrespon including .Abraham Lin
sible civil rights militants."As coln.
he continued he pointed out that Only last week Randolph was
Brown and Carmichael "don't part of the teachers' strike in
cause the riots, but, they can New York City As one of the 1
start them." Oppression of the -ArL-CIO. he slid, he felt be' I Ie

Negro over the years is the should participate;. The Union _
prime factor in these dis has a clause giving teachers r

turbances be said. This is accentuated support. Randolph said the. .', ( '''

by lack of jobs poor strike there was purposed to '....', -. 'I' ,. .; J"",J.I'lt, .!"'01.''I:..
call attention to poor school --.- record treakJacxXTFreshmea from-tt- states ...nit-- 'Toe trebmu cr .P..,..above .has Just

conditions. Bethune-Cookman College this week This number pushedUon sessions which Include.'Placement ;
l Randolph set up residence in the total population past the 1,000 mark for the second conUon; Physical Examinations; and a Tour of comp1eteclWIeIia--1
New York In 192/J. He becamea secutive Beach.

full-time employee of,the year. ---- ---_._- -.. .
Pullman Company as a sleeping

porter. Instrumental in Democrats Gte Governors Your Social A
organising the Brotherhood of StopResolitioNs World =
Sleeping Car Porters, he, in
1925, became president of the Political Rise OR Security

national and remains '0. He
is a vice-president of the AFL- In Negro Ranks letter Schools Your social security tax dollar =
CIO. is buying'lifetime protection News
Randolph's father was founder Democratic Presidents LydonB. This is income protection
of the New Hope AME Church Johnson, John F. Kennedy !ASHYILLE N. C.Governor. that Insures a monthly income to
Davis and 17th Streets. Harry Truman and FranklinD. Lester Maddox of Ceroglaand you family at retirement OUTWARD BOUND
Harper was honored at the Roosevelt have been cited Governor Paul Johnson, of Equally important is thatit BROKEN HILL ZamMa-NPI)

Mayflower with Randolph as by the National Democratic Mississippi successfully blocked inures a montly Income to "Outward Bound" not the sole
edocatlonel low
opportunities, one of the principal speakers Committee for their efforts in any sympathy expressed in you' and your family during your province of the United States,
and
wages alum-type housing. the field of civil rights. the Southern Govenors'Confer-
for his service with the Jacksonville working years. This income for Zambia has an ambitious
Randolph guest of the local The committee in a recent ences for higher education for
local for 25 as into effect if the
years protection goes program in operation,sponsored -
Brotherhood of Sleeping Car
president. His career with the release brought to the foresome Negroes However the\ confer- breadwinner becomes disabled Jointly by the government
Porters was born in Crescent oat the appointments made ence stopped a show down on
Pullman Company started In or dies. Where the youngworker Northern Breweries and the
City Fla., and went from Jacksonville 1918. by these national leaders. states rights by killing had good pay this prtectton Rhodesia Selection Trust. The
about 1920.He has taken More than 400 Negroes have Middox's proposal less fed
Randolph, before his departure can easily amount over $50,000in
part four marches in Wash- was honored at a meetIng won and bold now significant eral control of public schools benefits to the family. school seniorntigirls fromhigh

of the chair car attendants elective offices in 32 states as At the conference a resolution Before you cancel your Insurance over the country on a three-
Segregation if continued, win and train porters of the Seaboard Democrats. Negeos are on the was passed urging the because of this vast week course at Mulungushldam,
simply lengthen the riot move- Coast Line. Democratic NatlonalCommlttee the courts and citizens "to sum of money, better stop and 42 miles east of Broken Hill,
ment, said Randolph. He asked and on DemoCratic/ state and work and end riots. think. Social Security benefits for their first experience in
one question, "How can you county doramlttee! throughout The tw o southern governorstook and
not meant were never rock-climbing
are map-reading
build a nation witting a nation." National Red Cross
the nation.All advantage of a conferencerule
meant, to replace all the income first -aid treatment and bush
He eliminated the term "Black of the six Negroes electedto requiring unanimous ap
lost because d the death or illness trekking
Power" by saying that when we Names Negro To JobWASHING'roNNPIErtc the House of Representive proval. Maddox was Joined on of one of the working members -
consider power we speak of are Negroes. Twenty Negroes the second ballot by Johnson. ; of the family These beneifits PROBES EQUALITY
economic power. have been elected to states as The two leaders chose this time to abase JOHANNESBURGNPI) -
A. are designed give you
The eminent leader Is basically legislatures In theSouth. All as opportune for rejecting suggestions'by ;
-
: of protection you have the A three-man commission from
interested in the furtherance 1965 of Shaw ,
Harding graduate
a are Negroes. Southern' Regional additional
responsibility of taking the International Olympic committee -
of education for the Ne- unI er.ltJf Raleigh!;'' JJ.CI:..Has Lucius Aueronmoc, Education Bjardfo.r' improve- protect week to ...
steps Jo fully : .y'' dLL-'
have' '
He tech ?
gro. they must been appointed program assistant rat, Is the first Negro elected ment in Necro- tateclcol1ege' yourself and your family. The investigate South.bat ama I
better Jobs and bettet housing. the national staff of Red '
on as a sheriff! and servesin and Diversities. with
'type and amount of protectionis teur sports situation, a
He said that -
teenagers are Cross the
Youth. toruing
Tuekegee. Alabama. Charles Evers The
business.
entirely view to considering re-
mostl responsible for these Harding will assist in develop The committee points out that slums of Washington, D.C.ear- your
only advice I can give is that you admission of the country to the
upheavals and they are' ing volunteer Red. Cross programs the rise in Negro pratlclpatlon' Her this week, said "The NeIfd. seriously think about building IOC. Spedlflc task of the commission SWITCHSAVINGS'
mostly out of money schooling among students in Junior has been through the Democratic position in Washington Is an insurance Investment or savings is to ascertain whether
and working and, therefore and sonlor high schools. party. There are now worse than situation In Western plan. When building this sportsmen of all races have an
are Idle troublemakers. He to th Red Cross Evers
came e was
140 Negroes Democrats electedto Mississippi.
Plan do not forget the coverageyou equal opportunity to be selected
In 1941 the President d the from years as a high school state legislatures and more on tour with Willie J.Hardy have with Social Security for participation on South
Brotherhood of Sleeping Car teacher in Wilson, N.C. where than twice than many in muni- local civil rights advocate. He Our office, at 400 W. Bay Africa's Olympic Games teams. TO
Porters came into prominence he taught history civics and cipal Jobs. is field secretary for the National St, is open from 9:00: to 4:30on
when he headed a march on vocational education, and serve Only recently President John- Assocaltlon for the Ad. weekdays and open from REPLACEMENT

Washington The President the as assistant coach of the sc- son named former Solicitor vancement of colored peoplein 9:00 to noon on Saturdays. JAIPUR India-{(NPI)- The
late Franklin DelanoRoosevelt, hool's athletic and debating state of Mississippi.
General Thurgood Marshall t o the "Iron Horse" has finally replaced -
suggested calling off the march teams. At Shaw, he served as the Supreme Court and Cahrles The leader was In Washington Urban League Ebony the desert'ship on the
because of possible violence vice-president of BetaRhochater Washington to the Mayorshlp of In an effort to reach president 72-mile run from Pokaran to
The President heeoing Randolph's Alpha\ Phi Alpha fraternity.. and Attorney
the District of Columbia. T he Johnson Jalsalmer deep In the Thar
,
advice brought out a He also studied at North Carolina Civil Rights Acts of 19:17: 1959, General Clark on the matterof Plan Fashion Event desert and only 60 miles from
proclamation calling for the State University, Raleigh 1964 and 1965: brought to the elections in 'Jsslsslppl. the Pakistani border. Until recently -
end discrimination govern and Duke University Durham. headlines of all papers the While on th tour he say referral NEW ,ORK.4P1)-'ire( Nation only camel trains were

importance of equality for the Sheets for Washing-; al Urban League Guild,' in cooperation used as public transports between When lTOTAL
Negro, Ionian on welfare who according with Ebony magazine the two towns you go e
'LOW COST'Face to an official in charge will sponsor the 1967 Ebony
Illinois Political msut wait for relief. Evers Fashion Fair in the Grand Ballroom NEW COLLEGE
said Negores in Mississippi of the New York Hilton GANGTOK Slkklm--(NPI -
Lifting Of Your HOMe Hassle Hits Youth have been "robbed." and that 1'otel, Sunday October L This Himalyan princedom currently -

for that reason, be had come The fair to benefit the Urban the scene of battle between -
"YOUR NOME IS OUR CONCERN"[ hassle CHICAGO-NPO-A is ( political to Washington.The League will have the theme -: India and China,has plansto
hoidonc bach
project leaders said!, that after "Fashion Rebellion '67. construct its first college.
'Roof which would teach southslde the ecent election there all Mrs. More Moon is guild No site has been sleeted for ELECTRIC
Torches
) 'Carports teen gang members how U
1. and hold get those Negores who held Jobs chairman. Co-chairman: are the campus as yet but aerial
Jobs. lost them. Knowledge of this Mrs Rodman C.Rockfeller unf
survey Is to be made of the
Deos And General Room The 927,000m program, federally was denied in the capital. He Mrs. James Jones various terrains suitable for
funded, is to be run by said he would not return to Mrs John Johnson wife of the proposed educational In-

I Additions Are Our Specialties which the Woodlawn received its Organization federal grant Mississippi until the officials Ebony's" publisher is fair di- stitution.
saw him. rector.
directly from the Office of Eco- New LOW Rates

' :We Will Finance Up To mic Opportunity la Washington, FEUDIN'STATE ACAPULCO Mexico04P1)As (
cal Committee Urban
on Opportunity
i quiet as it is kept an Dill Give You.
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I' 7 YearsCALL added attraction for this Jet-

BLESSINGS. ILESSING Religion And Race set resort is its proximity to
an area which might be termedthe
338-598! with" the
The man born gift. wild, wild west. Just a

: Rev. Roosevelt Franklin of Ma- 'PATERSON, N.J. {(NPO-:rtie summer of fun and learning few miles away in the bins
Capitol Construction Co. It is God
con, Georgia through of Guerrero State gun law
2,000 Negro and Puterto Rican chlldi: :en of Paterson' inner
that | can remove all evil con city almost didn't happen, because of lack of funds. A group reigns supreme and family
ditions, some questions may Cahtolic banded together feuds are an everyday oc-
of 35 Protestant andRoman clergyman
You Dolt Hare Ti Ge Ti Tin Ti Cit wish to know. to form the Inner City Committee for Action )INCCA) last currence. Guerrero with its 1l

DO YOU NEED MONEY? March, but were almost defeated at the start for lack of money population of 920,000 is sup-
Undaunted by CEO's statement that no funds were available, posed to average about 2,500:
NATURAL
SICKNESS ?
B MY
LOW the group solicited and received some $20,000 from local "gun deaths" a year. t
PRICES CAN MY HUSBAND STOP
.
DRINKING? businessmen and churbces, but hardly enough to meet a 0

CAN MY LOVE ONES BE RETURNED $84,000 budget, But the program went on anyway-and OEO Kentucky Lawmaker
? finally found the funds needed to make the program a reality.

DRUG' STORE NEEDS Speaks In IllinoisCIUCAGO.CtPIlcenneth 1
They call me the '(Rootman)
trade With Your. N e Ie b b or II 00 d Drugstore ,But I am only a servant of God. TEMPLE ARIZ.-(NPI>-- ll-out emphasis on development
WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADV. IN YOUR LOCAL Because God is the answer to of Indian education, ministries and leadership Is to be undertaken -' Hall
PAPERS. We deliver We alos fill all Doctors Prescriptions all life's problems I am the by the Cook Christain Training school and iuterebomlnatlonal state representative fromEastSt.
King of all Day Prophets. Seat: school for its student body. Expected expansion Louis, 111. addressed recent
Bible will Include full-time college students to part-time high school -
for my special selected City Council meeting In
verses To be read onSPECIAL students mission workers in the Indian, ministry field, the Windy City after being Introduced -
Dixie and such as those Involved In government
Pharmacy DAYS. special students to the Council by Ma-
educational Director of the school Is
; Send self-addressed, stamp sponsored programs. yor Richard JJ9aley.
and % for Bible Alonso Spang, a Nothern Cheyenne while his associate for
ed envelope $ .00 Hall 1s the first Negro In the
program is the Rev Cecil Crobett, of mixed Nil Perce and
verses and spiritual Messages. last 30 to represent East
a years
; 1302 Read At
KillS Myrtle Choct Indian .
You will lecelve Bible verses ow bacqrouncl.INDIANAPOLlSNPlAfter St. Louis in the state legislature. 1

by return maU. spending 10 years at the beta He Is a Democrat.
I Send TO: While In Hall visited
t Pious Elfii 5 5537 38 Chicago
Rev. Roosevelt Franklin of the National Baptist Convention of American, Dr. CD.Pettyaway with Ike Sims and Russell R.
630 Morrow Avenue Little Rock resigned from the presidency last DeBow administrative assistant -
'rfl| PAY YOUR LIGHT WATER AND, Macon, Georgia 31301 week at the 87th annual convention administration. Ele- to the mayor. Sims and
ted to succeed him was J.c. ama. pastor of Second Baptist ,DeBow were Hall's classmates
. I In all church Jacksonville Fin.. who served for the past
specialize case work at Llncold High School, East
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Wiglets b WIG FASHIONS giant WVON io Chicago for a and night club entertainment '
number of weeks has been announced will assume a larger role than L. I -
by Rory Bourke, national ever on the Miami Beach scene ,
Switches No Money p
& product manager for Fontana during the approaching winter. _
Records. It still U too early for detailson

Down M.25 Pei Week The tune, "Someday Baby"by plays and dlne-dance shows, V (
Diane Cunningham, has been yet summer business and every
rush-releasACIlnto! national distribution prospect for another big influxof
by Fontana sun-seekers In the coming
Miss Cunningham, a native months have moved the entrepreneurs -
II Tko W.T. Grant of Detroit who now lives in Into a mood of expansive -
Store the Windy City, has been sing ootlmlsm
Dtpartntit ing since she was a youngsterin Last year's ."Best! off Broad-
9 E. Hitler grade school. "Someday way" bill at Studio 1 may be i iM.Ia'
., Baby," which already has met moved Into larger quarters,
KNOWN ion VAIUES: Miami i, Florida with enthusiastic acclaim, is although! this Is not definite.The ')# %
PIOBO 377.3865 her first recording. Miami Actors Company will .et;1, .e ( ,+
I have a new home in the 350
I seat,theater In the forte :Towers ..
apartmentcomplexonAltonRoad.
DOWNTOWN STORE The Ring will resume etife r I
shows at the University of Mia / x
and November offerings -
mi. October
FRIDAY SATURDAY are expected in all
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The Greater Miami Philharmonic
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VALUES opens November Sin Miami
NOWNf.OR Beach auditorium with the
first evening at Dade Dounty
audltoulum. The final In this
l'I I series is April 9. The Miami frt. I .I rrl
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1 oOFF November will 19.hold the auditorium recently bald Miss Watts Beauty Pagent weren't the least bit'growls, the patchwork creature received eleven big kisses I
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THIS COUPON IS GOOD FOR culminating the WPA theatre 3733706 Johnnie Aaa'sShoppiag=
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project of production MIAMI| FLORIDA| 33128
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" will be given a new productionand size 14

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I Virginia Union Panthers And Morgan State Set For Big Gridiron Season


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By. TaD Schools Over- -- Motion a Working Hard '67 Season j


GREENSBORO N.C.-Football Is no Joke to MPs Elvln For New Year Old Letteraon

Bethea. On the contrary, it's all business. "This year Is the

I one that really counts for my team and me," said Bethea, BALTIMORE- The thunderous The 1967 VUU football team

a senior, as the Aggies stepped up their drills for a September growl still roars through has 22 returning lettermen from

23 opener against national small-college power Tennessee out the nation The Golden last year's team that was 4-4

State. Bears Morgan State can be overall. This year's team will

the CIAA team. The 21 year old '' beard twice dally in Hughes sport four All-CIAA selections..
Should Bethea ((6-5 255)
big ll
Bethea. the oldest of nine children Stadium In preparation for Its They Include center Horace

need inspiration, he's teams alreadygot have wants to play pro ball and upcoming grid foes The Banks Moore split end Herman

it. Several pro pursue a career In physical led team has been undefeated Lewis for the second time Defensive
him at the of their "most
top therapy. Y two consecutive years and is end Donald Patterson,
wanted" list for this
recent season, Asked about his team's possibilities T trying for a third clean sweep. and repeater at Linebacker

and a Illustrated pre-seasoo rates poll for this season, he yr/ k Glum Coach Banks at a recent Jesse Chavls a massive 6'3",
Sports
by
Bethea as one of the nation'stop said: "We're shaping up pretty news conference stated that he 250 pound terror.
interior linemen Everybody seems to want to wished his team could play Tie Panthers are well-armed

go and the freshmen have been : 500 percentage ball. "There at the quarterback post with two_
But the rather unassuming
Bethea, doesn't need thrive on especlaUy Impressive are many vacant spots that must sophomores William Clark and.:
be filled," pondered the Bear George Grant, Clark, a 6.3.
all of the fanfare about his foot _
i : mentor. Furthermore he notes 198 pounder. Is scheduled to be
ball He has a builtin Alcorn Routs : :
prowess. ? that the Bears have six seniors the No. 1 signal-caller. This-
Inspiration ,
: that last has made It
were graduated, year development
"I have been la this football
too long slad Bathes Paul Quinn By and their Important vancan- possible to shift last year's
thing ,
ctes will be hard to fill:: Earl quarterback Willie Spence to the"
native of Trenton N.J. "it
a 101-0 Score Mayo James Philips Willie defensive backfield Herman
has been goal sinceI
my every : 4v Lanler, Wade Johnson, Robert Lewis and irvin Mallory the top
can remember and I still
WACO TexasNPIWhatcertainly A Wade, and Clarence Thomas.. top pass receivers last year:
love 1L"Back r
has to be a record Evidently, spring practice has with 26 catches and 14 catchesrespectively
[
InTrenton'iCentrallUghSchool score in college gridiron confrontation
supported his observation are returning;.
he wanted to play end. "
occurred recently Banks cites no relief In the The running game features last
The coach took one look at the
when Alcorn AIM College's
backfield "We have only one year's leading rusher fullback'
240 pound freshman and moved Braves scored 15 touchdownsto
All-CIAA
backfield with any experience: John Newman, an
him to fullback scalp the Paul Quinn College John at half mention who
.t- u' 1tIM Fuqua right ,George honorable averag-1
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It was Bethea's speed and Tigers by a score 101-0.. It's really not how;; far you march:It Is rather how you d'Presidential t Physical Fitness Award Dade h;;Sere Nock at left half, Will Brooksis ed 4.1 yards per rush, andlrrln

and"size necessary to do a good The debacle occurred In march. These youngsters, students in Dorsey Junior High the biggest winner in the nation with Dorsey collecting 347 our fullback and Daryl Johnson Mallory who averaged 3.""

job says Bert Piggott, M'i"s Baylor University Stadium, of Washington, D.C., are stepping it off and went on to win' of the 5,680 awards distributed through the nation. calls the signals If any yards per rush .

successful coach. before a sparse crowd watchIng one of these boys get hurt we Fred Cheeks a 6-3,193 pound

"I started playing offensiveand the Tigers play host to the Two-A-Day Practice Sessions will be In bad shape" halfback from Germany who
defensive tackle at
MT.
Braves. r Games And Location When asked about the team's was voted the top high-school
said Bethea "but Coach Piggott
It turned out that the Braves freshman Banks football In the European"Theater
prospects, player
I could pull for blocking Held At Bethene Cookman
t thought could do no wrong as they Being September 23 stated, "It.is very difficult for of Operations by the
than :
I assignments faster '
scored six touchdowns
on
pass ............. a freshman to learn our system "Stars and! Strlpes"Newspaperheads
I anyone else, so he moved me plays, eight on running plays The Bethune Cookman College wildcats have been trimmed Bethune-Cookman vs. Morris Brown at Atlanta
to guard." and one on an 85 yard kick- according to Jack McClalren Headcoach. Howard vs. Virginia State...............at Virginia State In such a short time Our a classy list of freshmen

1\ Bethea played nearly 60 Virginia vs. Howard....-.............-at Virginia State first game is against North They included guard
off return. McClairen has kept a prospective All-Conference Carolina College in Durhamon Anthony Castellano, defensive''
minutes every game last sea Stars of the onslaught, halfback schedule since 240
Berry a pounder September 30th and they are halfback Bernard Bradley and1Ugh
son when be was picked on the Dock Mosley and end Walter with two-a-daypratlce September 30: .
a Junior, Is playing deter- 'always tough. We have to end John Zavlerauka.
Bethune-Cookman State.. ............ got
Albany at
All-NAIA team as well as on vs. Daytona
Coburn
I'' led all scorers and night classes on ball and refuse to be Howard vs. St. Paul.......................-.... at Howard get ready now and hope that The forward walls will feature
with three touchdowns each. and fundamentals Jack said some of the freshmen will catchup the like of 6.1, 220 pounder

i football Scores-Sept. 15 Mosley scampered 8,22 and said "The way things are The defensive unit will be led October 7 by the third or fourth game" Moore guard Wilbur Jackson.

85 yards for scores, while ing up, I think it Is site Henry Still, 270 pound Geo : 201 and tackles
f Bethune-Cookman--------------------............. pounds, ;
Alabama A .M 13 Open
Coburn collected from will be
that the Wildcats
Souther 22 Marvin Weeks, 34 passes yards, Clarence the top contenders In the is Giant"a pro-prospect.from Columbus. Virginia State vs. Shaw University_......_...-at Virginia Ernie Bonks Is Vernon Everette Pettus Ellis 6.4.6-4,230 260pounds pounds,,'

j Florida A&M 43 Tollivor for 30 and 17 Conference this session McClalren seems to be stocked Manuel Lopes 6.3. 235
pounds
Jackson S. 19 October 14: On Way To Big
Wiley 1 12 yards The massacre began early in anxiously agonist awaiting Morris our the recelnglnv department. Bethune vs. West Virginia State...............-.-at Howard and Donald Patterson 6.4, 25a:

game dald, "I have about seven .............._..... pounds.
Arkansas AIMGrambling 34 first the Braves Ca Bethune vs. Allen University at Daytona
the quarter as College in Atlanta Year
receivers this In the As Batter '
year ................
13 unleased their mighthy offense. have always been tough Howard vs. West Virginia State -at Howard Denver Has Been
and flanker positions ..................
Tuskegee 9 Paul Quinn's fans watched help this year I think the In the defensive backfield, the Virginia State vs. N.C. College at Durham Ernie Banks, the 38 year-old

Texas So. 16 lessly, hoping for a belated be exciting because we are Alvin Jacksonville veteran of the Chicago Cubs, Help To Oaklanders::

Allen U.Prairie. 0 rally but the tenacious defense played them on their October 21: is on his way to having one of
Sylvewter Davis Pompano. Bethune-Cookman Alabama AIM..........at Normal the best of tile OAKLAND, 'CALlt-Denvef'
View 0 refused to give In as the defensive grounds In two years". vs. ,Ala. years career.
Bishop 0 team Intercepted eight Grlsby a .ttular First year men expected to fi- Howard vs. Fisk University..................at Fisk Univ. His best year was in 1958 never has been a factor In thfAFL's '

Miss. Valley State 0 passes and limited Paul Quinn's was the top 220 man on the strongly are: Johnny in theWlldcats Orr, a 305 Virginia State vs, Hampton...................-at Hampton when he hit forty-seven home contributed title races, to but Oakland's It's certainly ,

Alcorn A4M 0 offensive team.to 157 yards. team last spring. Allan from Miami, is also runs and batted In one hundred lot. '
October 28: twenty-none to become the :
the 1967 also runs
Captain a a cench to win a spot. Bethune vs. South Carolina State............at Orangeburg National League's Most Valuable Willie Brown, a 6.3 corner'
Is to
64 BUICK WILDCAT $1695 man, expected the future I expect him to Howard vs. Hampton...........................at Howard Player back acquired from Deaver tot
John Knight at halfback.
Aid CONDITIONED. shown much Larry Little. H e is Virginia State vs. Va. Union..... -..-.........at Virginia However, taht year the Chlca.gOI reserve tackle Rex Mlrich, has'performed !
improvement, '
up well and can be used ,. :, brilliantly In ,
earlY
Cubs finished;deep in the ,,
65 T-BIRDSUPERCLEAN.$2595; said. Completely '
middle guard'or a tackle" r "tould
November 4: cellar fighting desperately to play be the fifth stand-(
AIR' CONDITIONED LOADED 'from a shoulder injury he said The other first year out provided by the Broncos.

66 BUICK RIVIERA $3595 warM'lert and has proven Wilson to Is be a a is Lemar Hardway, a line Howard Bethune-Cookman----------------------------------vs. Livingston..................-.......at Howard Open escape the year last that place.the This Cubs may finish be Last year, the Raiders swapped

FACTORY WARRANTY LOADED. WITH EQUIPMENT,MAO. veteran.runner from Carver High Sc Virginia State vs.Norfolk State....................at Norfolk high In the first division, fight Archie Matsos for Hewitt
WHEEL AIM CONDITIONED year In Atlanta Georgia He Dixon. Matsos
has tetlredfrom"football
67 FORD LTD V-8HTOP. $3395 McClairen also had 41201'a from Belle Glade ing for their first pennant in
I Willie Benjamin a 186 November 11: over twenty years while Dixon, shiftedto

CONDITIONED.RADIO 1 NEAT FACTORY AUTOMATIC WARRANTY POWER, VINYL STEERING ROOF. Alit veteran from Belle, Glade Alfred Haywood, halfback Bethune-Cookman ................................ Open Bankes is nine years older running back, sometimes

65 Ford V-8 2-Door .$1795 Among the offensive place kicker from Matthew Howard V5, Morehouse.........................-at Howard now an, as ballplayers go, be mistakes himself for BronkoNagurski.
Hardtop Gilbert
: High
i iri Schoole.Jack- ........ .. .
RAN POWER ITEERINO solid contenders Include Virginia State vs, N.C. College- at VirglniaState is an old man. But ern

68 Pontiac. Bonneville i Coupe .$2995 Albert Wright and James is an old man. But Ernie has ..
AIR COND FACTORY II H'TOP; VINYL ROOP
November 18: often said that "man is old
67 Rambler Rebel 770 .. . .$2695 !ry Wright junior Cuban an I
.
Virginia State .. ... ..... .
VI, AUTOMATIC 'RAM. POWER STEER* POWER lUKE 'Lauderdale seems to have Player vs. Morgan State- it Baltimore as he feels". His current batting L-
AIR CONO.. FACTORY WARRANTY. statistics bear out this r
67 Chevrolet ed the confidence to make
{DOOR H,TOP Impala V I, AUTOMATIC' : MH: "PACT.: 'WARRANTY,?, $2505 iI i- Helps Indians Richard Petty Sets New Racing homespun philosophy

I 67 Plymouth Sport Fury . .$3295 To date he has hit more home
} ':vr 0.r.ni1: AND LIKE NEW WITH runs than he hit all last sea 1
TOIY t 4 "
Record, that's the term Record
In The Southern
67 Valiant Signet, Air Cord . .$2'ifl5 in baseball lingo for a man 500 son. He is not Just hitting for
POWER ITEERINO/ AUTO TRANS FACTORY WARRANTY DAYTONA BEACH FLA set distance his average Is over L'
ahead and gets things Wchard Petty a new race
: 65 Chevrolet Impala V-8 .... ...... ....$1995OR. HAIR goes like Cuban Luis Ti. record In the Southern 500 at ,300 mark and be is secondon
ATOP, a man Darlington on Labor Day and
the club in batted In
65 Mustang, Radio, Heater..,....i...'.$1395'I .e. d Keeps Hair In spite of the heat, Tlant is nlan's Jim hardie win of the Miami (Fla.) News rode the North Carol- with over seventy.runs
,
63 Plymouth Wagon .... ..... ... .. .$1195 Neat and gogetter. However Tlant, in a poll, to victory In the Pure Oil Racing Panel of Experts The Chicago Cubs have a bet
.VI AUTOMATIC: POWEIlITEUINO. AIM CONDITIONED NTfl interview, says he likes 60-
ter club uI-I
65 Chevrolet Impala V-8 ... . ..$995 iii' All Day wheather Twenty-eight Panelists liked tlonal than It did in 1958 .. '
a. ...
Speedway That
'I AIR CONDITIONED XXX CLEAN. Nov. 2526. year Banks was the whole --kk,1-- ....

1 57 Chevrolet .. .$150 58 Buick .. .. ...$195 Dreulni New Improved". MURRAY'S. I record almost for, on most August strikeouts 22,tied Petty to Hardie'sest1mateolhis take the stock car cla- Five 1966 chamolons already ball club If you went to seethe WILLIS! BROWN

: kinky, hard'\lo- "narr. ; sic, but have earned sufficient division Cubs play, you went because In 1965, Al Davis was quick to.,
\ OVER 100 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM combed'in ih. morning look hair keeps.that. a night game. He almost tied winning speed was closest to the al points to guarantee Invitations : you wanted to see them lose pick up Ike Lassiter after his
nil Feller'srecordandKoufax's
day 423m.p.h.
1
guaranteed Gel ... mark. Petty averaged 130. to the America!Road ; the most wills in
a 9-lnnlng
MURRAY'S 1oyy.C and Hardie predictedhe's of
S.EVANS3rd day. On ... ai : : a Champions, generally recognized see if Ernie Banks was for 6-7,272 joins with Ben David

druiandcoomol. ...,... it average 130.487 m.p.h.Don as the World Series of real. This year attendance in son, another reject. In one of
the
Ic counters put over Angels with a Films
.very O'Reilly Dynamic sports car
who,.. V 'ATW competition Chicago is better than it has football's: most fearful upfront
& MAINEL He recorded Ks through 7 Dearborn, Mich., won second The top six finishers in each been in thirty years And fans monster duos Another erst,
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URGE and struck out Mich-
SIZE
a and
saC with at Petty
a
place
guess class in each
of the SCCA'sseven
while Lionel
SMALL SIZE 250 .; ;::: are coming to see the club win Bronco Taylor 1
4-8381 OPEN TILL 9:30 P.M. EL 4.8382i expense.the first two and one- an average speed 130.487 m.p. geographical divisions They cheer all the players now, shows more moves than scared,

MURRAY'S SUPERIOR PRODUCTS h.In are invited to the ARRC, with but the biggest cheers are for rabbit, an ability that has made
451 Ciirlittl Diliilt MIEN. months of the season Tian third place was George Engel the top three getting preference. banks. He is the fans' favorite
I .: was the most consistent pitcher. editor of American Rod. SCCA officials predict that no after all, it not very often a :in AFL history And a fifth

--- ding magazine New York City. fewer than 350,drivers will be man hit t a home run and a 1 Deaver import, Jerry Sturm,

Engel saw Petty coming In firstat seen in action on the Speedway's father says to his ten year old 'one of the Fighting mini's''

VETERANSTHE an average speed of 130.118 swift and demanding road courses son, "Isaw him to the same thing I I toughest, has bolstered the.,

m.p.h. before you were born. ,1 Raiders' offensive line -
i Two of the 77 national known Dan Parkinson, La Canada,

experts who cast ballots In the Calif, won two titles iol9C6-D

poll tied for fourth position sedan and H sports racing and
BARBER
JACKSONVILLE COLLEGE INC. SEAFOOD CENTER
They were Tom Einstein, leads both classes in the Southern

Have heard? Greensboro (N.C ) News, and Pacific division. He'llbe 144 N, MYRTLE AVE.
you Bob LosAngeles .. .
Thomas Tim at Daytona with his Flat A- A -
es. Both men picked Petty to brat and his Abarth 1000. 'IIIDAY'S DAILY DOUELI

Of 630 DAVIS ST., Is Now Taking average 130.000 miles per hour Michigan has two champions SPANISH MACKEREL

for the 500 miles race. who'll try for two in a row In AO RPer mho br 4 a aa.pee NIgR 39c :
The Pure Oil Panelist dr.nn butterMIXED
next November. They are Bill Knoch ,
will have a go at the 500 mile Ann Arbor, and Dick Hull,Lan PAN FISH ;

Something new at... Applications For Its at Charlotte on Oct. 15 and sing. Knoch won the H produce I'roduCfl'al our local beechrF J
close out the season of forecasting tiob last year but silt lied to .J II 1

with a guess at the outcome G production this year and is LAear. ran,wn'l' COAST ,
and speed of the 500 at well ahead of his field Hull I
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California to Bu.I\ 4 from Oeeonara.
Pennsylvania
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sports car drivers are beaded The rivalry theSCCA's
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I Coach Jake Gaither Gives FAMU Rattlers ""New Look" And Plans More Passing

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Features '1 Fcnaatioa With 'tohha Morton Pal t t. ---. Tops As Corner back

Recreation Dept: To I L Sports Parade I IB

More Throwing This Season taiels j Into Lead

TALLAHASSEE of the Florida Hold Checker Toarnty NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL
Fla. The 1967 version Over The Tigers
MM University Rattlers will bare a slightly new look with TURNING ORGANIZER
feature of the
Checkers win be
some of the tame old problems. For the first time since Bulla Morton, Wycliffe Natha- Jacksonville Recreation Department rmLA.DELPHlA.-NP1)-Heavyweight boxing champion Mu-
AJS. Caliber took over the head coaching Job, the Rattlers niel Morton, belted the game- when on September hammad All (Clay) told a cheering throng last week that he
plan to do more passing than running. The 1966 season wag tying double and then slid a- intends to organize American's "black people from coast to
White Commu-
29! at the Earth
the first time In FAVU football recorded history that a JakeGalther round Bill Freehan to bring 743 the coast.." He also told the audience of 900 that he "gave up
Center AUef
,
team gained more yards by way of passing than they home the run which gave the nity Flr.tAnnualBarber.bopChecker $10 million to be able to talk to you,"' obviously referring to his
gained rushing. faltering Angles a 3-2 victory championship win beheld legal difficulties for refusing to permit himself to be drafted
The new look will include the clocked at 9.5 in the hundred over Detroit in a oldsummerscramble at 6 into the Army.
addition of t the I formation in yard dash. at Anaheim, California. beginning will be pjn.permittedto
Adults
the Rattler offensive plans.The Joe Williams, a senior from Briefly, in those words, w only the contest. The recreation LEADS AL BATTERS
:I formation, plus the increased Lawnside, N.J., referred to as Is a description of what happen- enjoy Department emphasizes BAL nMORE-NPl-Frant Robinson,star Baltimore Orioles
emphasis on passing will meana "Jumping Joe" by his teammates ed to make Earl Wilson, Tiger .f. that the decision to sponsor slugging outfielder, appears to be closing In on his second
more wide open type brand of plays safety on defense standwout, throw his glove to this effort stems from the straight American league batting title, despite the fact that be
football for 1967. "We're going when it time for the other team the ground and walk, without of the almost was sidelined by an Injury for a prolonged period this season.
to move the ball around, says to punt. Coach Gaither ranks much enthuism, Into the Tiger popularity barbershop.game Each parti- Last season Robinson was the Al triple treat champion, winning
Galther, and we will throw more him as the finest punt return drugout in the California City. every must represent his bar- the home run, RBIandbattlngtltles.ashe the Orioles to the
this year than wedld last year." ers he's coached on the Rattler Morton, swing normally aga- cipant league's pennant.
Coach Gaither also cites consistency squad. In 1965, Joe was the nlst a lefthander It is said, bershop. willbeawardedtothe.
as one of his major most valuable player in the might not make the Hall of Fame \ first Trophies three winners. Application TOUGH SCHEDULE
problems in 67. "Last year we Orange Blossom Classic. He but his swinging Just such as blanks be secured at DOVER, DeL-NPI-I>elaware State College will pay a
were seesaw team,literally up scored the Rattlers only-touch this helps keep the record stria- the Recreation can Department's of rugged nine-game, home-and-away football schedule, beginning -
one week and down the next. down that night when be took ght. He has to take over for antis flee 101 East Adams or at the on Sept. 16, at Indiana State. Delaware's home foes will
However, the last three games, a kickoff and scampered 83 Jose Carienal the ninth inning Earth, White Center.Grambling Include the traditionally tough Morgan State and Maryland State
we displayed remarkable poise yards for a touchdown and stand in some what for 4r : Colleges, as well as Howard University.
and confidence.! I can only hope Turn to the line, and you turn Relchardf bat.
that it will carry over to the up the problems how to replace This 34-year soft-spoken, Adds Two INSTRUCTOR
coming season." (The Rattlers four letter tackle Donald Smith batter has as pleasing philo ATLANTA->-Star center fielder Willie Mays of the
defeated Bethune-Cookman(37- (now with the Denver Broncos) sophy. He simply accepts what San Francisco Giants Is being featured in a sports film titled
13)), Texas Southern (41-12) and and all conference end Andre the situation dictates.'mmpaid To Athletic Stall "Tips on Baseball," which, among other things, casts him In
Alabama AIM ((43-26)) in their White (also with Denver).Carl- to play," says Morton. Morton the role of a batting instructor. The 16-mra film was producedby
last three games last season. moo Jones, Junior from Tallahassee spoke reminiscently also for CRAMELL+GLA-Thirty three the Coca Cola Company.
Strong points for 67 will be heads the list of returning there were time ehen hitting persons have been addod to the
punting and kickoff and punt offensive tackles. hitting was not so sweet" He faculty of the Grambling Uni- TOUGH SEASON
returns John Eason, A11J Sharon Stallwortb of Plant City has not been rewarded for the The Boston chose recently LUA.Mitchell, shown aboVe versity. DAYTONA BEACH, Fla.NPIThe Tigers of Bethune-
American end from Ocala rank Is the only senior tackle re- years he spent with the Detroit picked in the draft of football players across the country Among the new members are Cookman College are going through intensive football drills
ed 12th in the nation last year turning. Alvin Logan of Thomson Tigers. The Tigers allow Babe Parilll, quarterback said that "Mitchell will be the best Achlbald H.Morrow, health and daily in preparation to what Coach Jack McClalren predictswill
for a ..5 average. Close behind Ga., and Charles Hender ed him a .287 In 1961, but he cornerback in the league." The AFL's leading scorer Cap- physical education, Mrs. Mon- ba! a rough "on the.road" 1967 season. The Tigers, who
is Preston Johnson,senior son of Ft. Pierce round out the played poly 77 games. The '62 peletti, said, "he has everything to be great-speed ,safety tel Morrow and physical edu- finished last season with a 5-2 won-Iost record, will play all
fullback from Boston, Mass., offensive tackles.The entire offense season he played 90 games and aggressiveness and ability. cation.7P.M.'til .- but two of their games on the road this year.
who was injured most of last could depend on how In 1963 played six.Bubb. .
season. Robert Lampkln,senior these tackles come through.r,
from St. Albans, N.Y., who took Walter Spicer of Savannah,
over from Johnson and did so Ga., and Zeke Sims of Ocala e 11I 1
well. Johnson will have to work head the list of offensive guards. LYNCH-DAVIDSON !
hard to get his Job back. Glen And Jimmy McCaskiU of Tallahassee -
Edwards, last year's freshmen will be at center backed at Union
sensation from St. Peters up by Willie Kelly of Ft.
burg will push Eugene Milton of Lauderdale and Clarence Smithof
Ocala (latest man on the team Columbus, Ohio. '
(9.S in 100) for the number Defensively, the Rattlers will
one flanker position. miss Freddie Woodson (now c l u. SNEAK PREVIEW..of the
When you add Samuel Anderson with the Miami Dolphins) at Inv
of Miami, James Long of tackle and Ben Davis at guard
Tallahassee, Andrew Greene of but two freshmen stars from
Miami and Henry Scott ob Mel- last year could take up the
bourne, the ground game looks slack. They are Melvin Rogersof I Official ShowingFrldiySifurdiySundijf
pretty strong. A dark horse in St. Petersburg and Freddie 1968 FORD
the Rattler ground attack couldbe Lovett of Savannah Ga. Lovett NEW
John Rolle of Miami.A was the second leading scoreron .
speedster, and an excellent the team last season. He
broken field runner,Rolle could kicked 23 extra points and
easily move into one of either threefield goals for 32 points See New '68 Ford at
halfback or flanker position. Rudolph Sims of Tampa, and Starting Tonight THURSDAY Lynch-Davidson.
Split end could be one of the Richard Ford of Boca Raton, ,

will bold down the first string .__. _. ..
strong positions depending on ... ... ., "w .tIII
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Junior Melvin Jones of Jacksonville guard positions. Sims Is all \ < '" "I' ; I
and sophomore Alfreddle -conference guard who bas been Morton '
Sykes of Tallahassee* Heading playing .first string since, his, .i Therefore, the batter, when he ? ,
the list is Eason, a 6'2" 220' freshman Mtson. Gerald Whiteof went to Angels, was apart of a I/ .
pound speedster who runs the Tampa could see action at minor league transaction. Last ,
100 yard dash in 9.8. Last season defensive guard of tackle, year he played a large role ; J
Eason caught 33 passes (Gerald is the brother of Andree la getting Seattle to a Pacific Large Searchlights Will Lead the Way.. -
for 588 yards and seven touch- White). Coast League pennant. $ :(9.
downs. Jones and Sykes have In the defensive backfield, Hall tried the game, 22. Ka-
outstanding potential as pass three of the best deep men in llne misplayed the bounce.Morton All Roads Lead to Our New Car Showroom TOIlINo-I. b.I/AI. .... M 'elO.I
receivers, if they come through small college football returnto was on this with one out.
they could take some of the give the Rattlers one of the The infield drew in. Skowron
pressure off Eason. best defensive backfields Coach p.'.aided to the shortstop, Oy- HOGAN & UNION Invited
Benny Johnson, Junior from Gaither has had in a long time. ter. Morton was on this with STS.-Everybody
Hallandale should get the tight Nathaniel James and Major f'It out. The infield drew in
end spot. Johnson was the third llazelton of Bartov and Eddie Morton was under the throw.
leading pass receiver of the Cooper from Plant City inter- "I slid past Morton and caughtthe DISCOVER LYNCH-DAVIDSON-. *
team with nine receptions 93 cepted 15 passes between them plate with my hand, "said FORD COUNTRY
yards. Herman Jackson, senior last season. All three men run Morton." FREETV
from Miami, will play more da- the 100 yard dash in less than And so, Bubba Morton goes on
fense than offense, but will probabl 10 seconds and Hazelton and and probably will succeed each .
/ back up Johnson on of James have been clocked at day, simply because he listens ? MUSTANG ..k. a h.pr p.h,1. 'eM' /
fense.In 9.S. well and esponds.However with
the defensive backfield, The first obstacle the Florida two years under his belt at rIa IIn o ,
three Rattlers have been hauling AIM Rattlers will face during Howard University, he hopes to Given with each
down enemy passes for the last pre-game practice Is time. enter public relations and some _.
three years. Leading the group "There Just Isn't enought Ii it," allied field, when be leaces this ;, NEW I
is Major Hatelton, a 190 pound says headcoach Jake Galther, career. r
gazelle who runs the hundred "We don't plan to waste any." '68 FORD
yard dash in 9.7. Rookie of The Rattlers are on the practice Watch .
the year in his freshman seas- field before the sun rises Sold Ordered
or
say defensive back of the year and are there after the sun This ClownIS1450
I last season, and named to the goes down. They bit the turf *
.
first team on the all SIAC at 6 o'clock: every morning for ... 111 L TD-QtoIot, l'-.. .........
I squad last season. Last year he two hours, return at 4 p.m.i I 1 E Enjoy
I picked off seven enemy passes for two more hours, and windup 'BI9231I
to lead the Rattlers that department each practice: session with r MUSIC by the r
and run his three an hour under the lights recently '5 f :
year total to 12. installed at Bragg Stadium DIXIE LAND BAND-

Joining Hatelton In the backfield 8 to 9. 1 3 *
I are Eddie Cooper and Nathaniel Other than the time obstacle, 1 ? FREE DOOR PRIZES-

I pounds from James.Plant Cooper City,plays 185 about Galther's his offensive concerned line mostly from .: Refreshments will be qerved

safety, a spot usually reservedfor tackle to tackle. 15 81 59 bf : *
FREE ORCHIDSfor
that the
a sure tackler with speedto The three night games Rattlers 43 52 25 'ee n............WIleN.......Ie..s a",,..w.
burn, Cooper ranks high in both Florida AIM University the ladies-while they last
categories. He runs the hundred will play at home will 'Sometimes He's Up,SometimesHe's .N : I'--;:ks .
In 9.8 and last year against begin at 7.30 p.m. The Rattlers Down, He Adds,Subtracts, I EXCLUSIVE SNEAK PREVIEWTONIGHTThursday7P.M.'til ;i
Tennessee State interceptedfour open up their home night stand He workdi it all arouid.: Y
passes to run his total to on Sept. 23 against South Caro- ?
six for the season. James is line State College. Southern
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the most vicious tackler of the University and BethuneCookman 33 99 Ollicial Showing Friday-Saturday-Sunday
three. A teammate of Hazetton follow on Nov. 11 andl8 re of the NEW '63 FORDS
in high school, be now plays spectively. The only home day COMING ATTRACTIONS YaP- .
opposite Hatelton at the defensive game will be on Oct. 14, when
halfback slot. He's also FAMU meets Morris Brown 24 11 91MAN'S

the fastest of the three. This College for homecoming. Game LYNCHDAVIDSONHOGAN ...,.. ...... ....K>. CM.,M<* <" M( foot Minify'LunchDavldion
past track season, James was time is ZOO p.m. DAYS.HUMBERED .


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I Golfers PlM Metfag IaN Winners Charles Watts
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VALPARAISO, Fla.-Charles
:James AME Church Sunday,
T. Watts,.son of Mn. Ruby Lee
September 24, at 11 a.m. The
I Re,. HD.Harris pastor. Ch. Watts of 1272 W. Z2ndSL,Jacksonville *
aIo 1 of New St. James still Fla.,baa been promoted
to airman second class in!B>e
present in numbers. Usher Board -
1 of Mt. Moriah AME will U.s. Air Force. .
r be among the visitors. The v.. Airman Watts Is a Jet air
a her Board 1 of New St. James craft mechanic at EgUa AFB.,I
will aoso serve. Fla. He Is a member of the Air
Froce Systems Command,
f a Mrs. Leona Daniels will preside
j in the morning service after which develops scientific concepts
..."" the processional DaldLe. and operationalsrstems'
The JacksonvUle, Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Ptt Maternity will give the prayer of conse- such u new aircraft, missilesand
Inc. recently announced that their 1967 Scholarship cration. Mrs. Leona Daniels space boosters and operates
Winners have entered college. The four young men above are will give the responsive read- launching tracking; and
those winners. From left to right they are Eddie Faulk, John Ing. Mrs. Bessie Love will lead recovery facilities for the na-
Carrington, Darby, Willie it Cowan and Lonnie LJtevis.Faul a while Mrs.Mary Fulmore will' tion's many space program.
second runnerup, received$200.He Is attending Florida Junior give the Invocation. The scripture The airman is a graudati of
College In Jackson, Is a graduate of the Eugne J.Butler High reading will be given by New Stanton High School
h t I School and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie L.FauIk St. Darby Mrs Ruby BUckwell. Mrs.
/ Darby t second runnerup receiving $200 is a freshman at Pearl Kellum will read the! HELP WANTED
6 r.' as Morehouse, Atlanta He Is t graduate of New Stanton High; decalogue. Mrs Roberta Howard
Darby is the son of Mrs. Muriel B.Golden and John BJJarby, will tab the offering. Announcements Shoe Shine Boy Needed Must
Is- D seems to be William Snenman Ehrood J. Banks James R. Holmes John be Exper. Apply 537 W. Bay St.
"When Better Golf Played We'll Play Sr. Leon Davis received a $300 scholarship. Cowan received -' will come from Mrs.
reflected on the faces pf Jacksonville Golfers above These e. Rutledge, Cornell Dunlap, James Burrls, Al C. Joyner Dr. $500 u First Place Winner. He is a freshman at Florida Elolsed Edmonds. Mrs Rovena
are members of the Jacksonville Amateur Golfer's Guild Daniel Lauray and Leroy B. Jackson. Their September meeting State University. He attended William M.Raines High School Hughes will sing and Mrs Alberta
NEWS REPORTER
From left to right they are: William Lucas, P. J. Jenkins was at the Elks auditorium. Cowan Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Madison 0, Cowan. LonnIe Reid will lead a hyhm.
blah White, Antonio Lewis George McClellan S. C. Dorsey STAR PHOTO BY-A, PAUL CRAWFORD Davis on the right a graduate Mathew Gilbert High School The speaker Mrs. S.L.Badger Some experienceGood
received $300 and Is enrolled at Florida AIM University. His wife of the Rer. Solomon Badger starting salary
ii CALENDAR EVENTS parents are Mr. and Mrs. Lenard Davis. pastor of Emanuel Baptist Advancement. Croup
I'@ will deliver the keynote ,Ins:Apply: FLORIDA
211 TO SPONSOR TEA SWEETFIELD BAPTISTThe Gospel Program Set Edward Waters adcc::. Mrs. Badger will be STAR, 2.323 Moohlef Rd..
Lily White Lodge 211 will A building fund rally Is sched presented by Mrs. Estelle
OWN A BRAND NEW sponsor a musical tea on Sunuled throughout the day a t Freeman.
day afternoon beginning at 4 p. Sweetfield Sunday according tom For Saturday NightThe Schedules Nine Other participants will be.Mrs HELP WANTED

in the Independence Church the pastor Rev. D. B. Barnes. Gospel Express will ren Sylvia Brwon solo and Mrs, MAIDS N. Y. SLEEP-IN JOBS,
BRICK HOME! of God. Sunday School will begin at 9.30 der a program Saturday night, Ethel D. Bannister, Altar CAll salaries to $63 fare advanced.
The president, Mrs. E.John a.ra. with the superiatendentsndson September 23rd at the True Football louts to prayer. The Rer.H.D.Harris Rush references phoneatimber.\
t 3 BEDROOMS 1&2 BATHROOMS CLOSE TO MODERN support has this asked all members to teachers In charge. Church, of Cod In Unity at 8:30 In a recent press release the will give the Invitation to disclpleshlp. ABLE MAIDS AGENCY, 163 N.
program Morning devotion is scheduled p.m. Athletic Staff of Edward Waters Obervatlon will come MAIN FREE PORT. N. Y
SCHOOLS AND LARGE SHOPPING CENTER. SELECT SPIRITUAL TEA SET to begin at 11 a.m. with devotion. The Elder E. Simmons will be College announced the football from Mrs Susie Scott Mrs.
,'I' being led by the deacons. the main speaker. schedule for, the season. 0 n Rebecca Thompson will present
FOR SUNDAY
YOUR OWN MODEL OR PLANS, lET'US HELP YOU The Twelfth Hour Prayer Band At 5:30 p.m. evening worship Singing groups to appear are September 23 Edward Waters' the visitors.At '
will begin A cordial invitation the Blvins Specials meets S Miss Lerotha Karris -sfiSER AUTOMATIC
Traveling Morris Bol p.m.
BUY;YOUR HOME IN BEAUTIFUL LINCOLN ESTATES. will sponsor a spiritual tea Sun iege a t
has been extendedto the .
1 4 public Stars, Sister Alice Boston and Deland. Other dates are: Sept. will present the mistress of
September 24th In
day p.m., to attend the various se the Bostonetts Mrs. Elouise ceremonies Miss Geraldine
the Prince hall building 913 their ember 30, Edward Waters versus CONSOLE MODELSE
,
Jefferson Street. Dlstrlc 7 will observe Cohen, Minister Young,Voices Wiley atthe'Gatorlowland Reed. Other participants on the
Madame Clara Nelson and 7th anniversary on the third of Jerusalem and many other October 7 Edward Waters Vs. program will be: Union Gospel t' NG MACHINE. A-4 Shape.
Prophet Joseph E. Nelson will Sunday In October, at 3 p.m. In leading groups In the city and Savannah state: at Savannah. On Singers, Miss Anita Carr Zlg Zags. Sold new for over
be the speakers.A the church's auultorlum. vicinity. October 14 the team will battle solo Mill Leslie Wyche read. $300. MUST SACRIFICE. Just
cordial Invitation has been Albany State College, in Jacksonville ing Candice Witherspoon solo pay balance $64. or assume
t ti extended to the public. First Born Church On October 21 Edward Joan Baldwin reading, Miss $2 weekly payments. Call Credit -
i Waters will fight here against Marvin Thompson, instrumental manager. Phone 353-1946.
Ends Twelfth YearThe Mississippi State. On October solo, Miss Maxine Thompson anytime. Will deliver. No obligation.
I 28 the team goes to Birmingham principal speaker will be. .
T di Hlghnoon Prayer Band will for sprint with Miles Memorial Intorduced by Miss Jackquelyn
I P3 observe the end of their twelfth G. Sermon, Mrs. Ann flagons
year on Sunday afternoon at 3 November 4 is an open date. will makr remarks. Miss Marvin .
p.m., In the church's auditor The school will Journey to Thompson will be In charge MOTEL
I \ ium. Frankfort, Ky., for the game a. The service will be close with SUMMER; RATES.
I !! The speaker chosen for the occasion gainst Kentucky State. And on remarks and benediction by the !
is Minister E. Sermon. November 18, We. t Liberty Rev A.D.Harris, pastor. 12 roams. Private bath $5.00
The motto of the group I. State College will come to Jacksonville 18 rooms. SemIprivate$4.00-
II "Prayer Will Change,Things." for a game. 1/2 day and truckers w $3.00
All prayer bands In and around HELP WANTED ft or I persons)
the city have been invited to help EDGEWOOD MOTOR COURT
Eastern Starts Meet MUST DO 30 W.P.M. ACCURATELY -;
make the event one t o be remembered INTEGRATED
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Gospel Crusaders will, 913 Jefferson Thursday That's Mel I have the Amas,
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tI render a program at G I b b s September 28, at 8 p.m. The FOR NEW Ins superior tonic tablets, pep
l Chapel AME Church Sunday Worthy Matron Lady B.Mose- UP TO $15 WEEK for all the things you want todo.
24th at 6 la, is asking all members to be 'Box of 30, $1.00. Satisfaction
: September p.m.
Dekel present on time in order topre. Top lobs NOWI Best homes in guaranteed or Money back Nor
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pastor and Mrs. A. Edwards Is 8. .ferences. FREE GIFT
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