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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 30, 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

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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
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issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00479

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Florida star and news

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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 30, 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:
UF00028362:00479

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A 'Crisis Meeting on education problems which have virtually 2IJaxonsiGoTGnSCPTEBJCI) ; itriabE a rll t ors

led to an educational crisis In the area, has been called ._ .
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and set for Monday night In the Jacksonville Council chambers -- -- -- -
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Some definite program must be established, it Is said. Therefore -
the Duval County delegation will be asked to listen to' I

groups In aneUortto come up with something worthwhile to present ; 7 JAX NEGROESSEEKING

to In the November.state legislature when its next meeting is held, possibly


Corei n has be!"e ,ressed.. Sc:jool integration is Ue p.-.- .

bout the mass resignation of blem facing Duval County at theghat I
teachers It is e/pected t moment. The South Florida "P" 'V -

Superintendent I s a Brant School Desegregation Concult- MRS.SALLYK B.,MATHS MOUbKVKLT WILLIAMS

school: superintendent, and M ing Center of Miami Unlver- OFFICES
C. Harden, chairman, and pro-, slty has been asked to aid In the
minent eltiiens will take part Implementation pfogramsfor
Both the Florida Educational I I,, integrating under the Federal J "
Association and the Duval Teac,, laws. *#### .
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hers' Association have re- The Miami center, beaded by '
presentation. According to Bla Dr. Michael Stoles will attempt, Grand Jury Brutality SeenIn
lock, answere are Important. to show the school board ways r 4 Negroes Opposing

The meeting is public for complying with the court or'di Indicts Two
>r of recent date, handed down Breaking Of


C. by Following Judge Simpson the order of Judge Releases OneTwo Each Other In Janitor's Neck

Barefoot Child Simpson Board Chairman M.C.

Harden and members Martinet men have been indicted by

Baker, A. Eugene Stokes and Shl the Duval County grand Jury on A Janitor at Duval Medical Cen-

Stage RobberyAn Charles Bassett stood firmly two separate ..econd.oocree''murder Council Races ter who was badly roughed lip> bya
against compliance S t o k e s charges,onetavolvinga security guard last Sunday is

eleven-year-old child rob- right-about-faced this week into knife slaying, the other Involving ** still in the same hospital in a
robbed a laundry located at asking for assistance. Dr.Gor- "
fatal resulting serious condition suffering
a bludgeoning groin
SSJ3 iloncrief Rd., late last don Foster will assist the Miami Eric 0.
ERNEST NEWMAN from an argumentFrank Simpson Running For a broken neck.
.
Saturday afternoon while the unit for Duval County Bo t II sew U. muwftcmkms1m
J. Smith, 29 years old, The local dally press reportedthe
operator w outside making stokes and Foster are serving was accused of the knife slay* Incident Ina casual manner

a phone call. on a special committee! appointed leg of Henry Smith, Jr., 39, Civil Service Board, Group 7 saying !the victim suffered the In-
Mrs.. Mattie Lue Taylor, operator by Governor.. ,Claude Kirk ,
..,M I relation, who lived at 730 .. hirtes "scufOlmr with a policemen
of 'Taylor's Laundry'According to Stokes --It would k "
Court D. Smith's address was I and security offices.
told authorities she was talk- be against the law to bus children ..atltly 'given as 744 1/2 West Ashley, Driye For Funds ;And Volueieers'Started Witnesses say M yearold Marie .
ing on the phone and saw the past a school to segregate
investigators in the case reported Young of 631 Court F. was beat
child enter the laundry He entered them, and it wouldbejustu unfair that, on August 28, bna'tavern To Aid Election Of EditorThe en by security guard George F.
on pretense of checking to bus them past schools: to at 739 Ashley, the two Maost and Patrolman FJC.Hobbs

the time. desegregate them.. Smiths engaged in an argument.In who evicted the Janitor from the
The victim said she couldn'tsee ..
the robber from the phone Crime Of Larceny the heat of the dispute Henry election to fill the offices under the new consolidated hospital
Smith .was stabbed in the abdomen Young who has worked at the
\ government has brought some new if Dot historic '
booth and that he stayed Inside developments -
jwlth
a knife. hospital for several was
bunting
years
only a few minutes before com DanesOfficer in so far as the Negro community is concerned
Staged' During _
.- '" Henry Smith died in a hospital The elections reported to have been seen walkIng -
ing out. G.W.Carmlcheal was j EARL JpI11VSON on August 17. mark the coming first time that Negro will of the Jaxons who recall his efforts down a hallway toward Hollo-
Mrs Taylor said on returning 26 address over the and the Clinic with The
Spencer Christopher, candidates have years way a woman.
inside the called out to New Stanton High opposed each
buildingebefoundthe $ School to investigate a case of SEEKING OFFlCES-Mrs. Sallye B. Mathis, Councilwoman 2346 Westmont Street, other for the same post..Thlsoccurred service he has rendered t o light and meter checker for the
and following missing: 25.00: larceny during a victory dance for the old Third Ward who Is seeking re-election to what .was charges with beating t o. when Roosevelt Williams churches, clubs organisations building made the report to Maust
watch with
leather Elgin gold caliber a being held In the gymnasium on will be City Council District 8 Is shown at top left with heropponent death with an automobile Jack, a trustee In the local and other groups will give him and Maust set out to find him.
revolver strap serial; a number.22 last Saturday night. Roosevelt Williams a trustee of the Longshoreman's Maurice L. Brown, 45, of 1640 branch International Long some financial. wellas. work Maust told police officers he I
unknown Union. ArlethaRoad. ing support found Young, who was off duty,
shoreman's Union qualified
like and a tear gas gun shaped Accoring dance to was witnesses being held a victory in In the second row Is Rev. Earnest Newman who is opposing It was reported that Christopher the new City Council District for 8 He said all be needs is enough In a room with a bottle of wine,

a pistol or revolver the high school and Oscar Taylor for City Council District 7., At right Is Eric 0.< and Brown became embroiled against Mrs Sallye B. Mathis people to give aone-dollarcon- a 22 caliber revolver and in unidentified -
The loss estimated gym ,
'170.00.The was around approximately 11:30 p.m.the receipts Simpson who Is running for Civil Service Board Group 7., In an argument in a local tavern one of the first two women elected tribution to the Eric O.Simpson woman.A .
child tad been counted and Third Row: Charles Simmons a present member of the Civil on September 1, at night Jo office la! Jacksonville! Campaign Fund and as many number of witnesses, some of
was described as placed on the table tn a cash box Service Board who Is running in Group 4 but not !in opposition Brown was struck on the head and one of the first three people as possible to volunteer them visitors in the hospital
being approximately eleven to Simpson. (Sim;'sun and S:Justus are running In two separate with the automobile Jack and hold elected offices. their services day or night some of them workers in the hospital .
to
4 (cigar box) near the west door of Negroes
yearold, ft. 8 to ( Inches
:talL tIIeum. groups.) At right is Earl Johnson wellkuown attorney who is died the following because cIa The other case Is that of Oscar tell a differ nt story. They
dark complexion, wearIng running at-large for City Council Group 5. fractured skull.In Taylor who qualified for seeAnother reported that Young was beaten
a dirty white shirt, blue another decision the Grand without and
Just cause virtuallytossed
Council District 7 and found
Jeans and barefoot Jury absolved of any crime Lo- City runner who is now out of the hospital,whereas
from Rev. Ernest
Governor Boycott Of 68 opposition wellknown to the public Is Earl
May Name ther G. Stevenson, who had been Nowaian.Mrsi it appeared to many,a worker
Juniors ChosenFor suspected of the fatal bludgeonIng who Johnson a Jacksonville attorney .at the hospital would have been
Mary Singleton won a
who previously ran for the now
Olympics Seen of another man on September taken to hospital authorities for
city council seat under the old
S. The Jury returned a no- abandoned County Commission ,disciplinary measures arrest
Brilliance Negro To Big PostA true bill Stevenson had been a government landslide and earlier was this among year the by and the House of Representatives. Young left the hospital in a taxi

As PossibilityNegro held by a Justice of the peace for and the first i .but was taken back later for treat-
first Negroes :
__-__ ... ,_.... grand Jury inquiry into the fatal has becomethe Johnson set a new record for meat of pains caused by broken
elected
Negro stands the chance of athletes the women now coralllng votes at-large for ;
may boycott bludgeoning of Walter Frankle !
I being named u head of the Florida I i Olympics, to be held in Mexico Sweatt, 48, known also as Frank first woman and the first the House of Representatives Several witnesses have expressed -

State Planning Commission City next year, because of the Sweatt of 429 East Duval Street Negro to run without opposi But like Simpson, heneverthej. the feeling that an Investigation -
r and thus to a treatment have received in tion. Since no Republican has less lost
$19,500 Job they Sweatt died from wounds on the should be made into
: according to a recent passed re I the past from white contenders, head after having been struck qualified against Mrs. Singleton In announcing his candidacy for he t case which has been deemed
to Tommie Smith she is virtually elected except the City Council Group S seat ,
lease. Gov Claude Kirk it according over the head by a frying pan. inwarranted brutality.
was said afar tms weec:i.- world-rpcord-holdlng sprinter Sweatf skull was fractured. a write-in candidate comes Johnson, who has been the lawyer

quested names of Negroes from from San Jose State College 111CalUornia. This argument took place in up with a majority. In many of the DuvalSchool Gunman Takes 200

United States Senator Edard I Stevenson's home, 506 Washington integration suits said: ra
Uhltfhetd Stripling' Brooke, Massachusetts Republican 1 Smith, ten-time record holder is sold.Following neeTossing "In announcing my Intentionto From' Mini Market a
!
The National Merit Scholar- and Negro. Those recommended in sprints and relays, saJd.1t"very these actions these qualify for the Group 8 seat '
have splendid records to his hat In the political on the City Council of the new
discouraging compete Indictments turned to A lone gun-welldlngbandlt.de
ship Corporation has named two were over ,
and experience plannlng with white athletes.On the track ring for the fourth time consolidated government I have
Matthew Gilbert &hjuniors ac- Circuit Judge William 1.Dur- scribed: as being a Negro man
as "commened High candi- cording to (flit governor. [ you're Tommie Smith, the fastest den, who, in turn, ordered the the Is Eric FLORIDA 0. Simpson STAR., editor of in mind assuming the responsibility robbed a Jackson Mimi Market .
t GOVMOT Kirk..reeMtirretmCLAUOK man in the world, but off It cases certified to criminal that rests on me because located 'on east 21st St.
dates" for 1967 tai 1964, a of t the
--- ---- Regarded as one pioneers
scholarship according to P.L. you are Just another N-,>" court, for disposition.. Olbeshandling of my role as an architect last Sunday morning accordingto
in and the effort
JOSHUA RILLMAN politics
and advocate of the
H. added "If the Negro athletes the cases were Nathan n e w police reports
Parsons counselor at
guidance Governor Kirk did however I walk out of the among Negroes to s e e k elective government. My Information an time
the school. ; Olympic, Schevitx and Frank, Scruby, assistants The clerk on duty at the
One of the scholars is Vincent say, I have checked their resumes I the United States is going to to State Attorney W1Illam office, Simpson Is running understanding of the new charter of the robbery gave his name
and they all have fine I hurt. We athletes for Civil Service Board and municipal structure Wil-
4640
Whitehead of Mr. and as Negro area A. Hallowes.Dtjvol as Irvin Hunter, of
MRS. W.Whitenead., son backgrounds.A I corps of power in the sprints, group 7, a post he sought (but should be useful at and after the llamsburg Ave. Mr.Hunter said
Johnny short while before leavingthe I long Jump and hurdles" County in different group) in 1962, but time of transition Additionally, the bandit entered premises
other ;
.Is George Stripling cartof the gpvedor lost, despite setting a record tor it has become increasingly difficult
Mr. and Mrs. George; StriplIng'7hese W country contacted Recently the United BlackStu-! and wass looke around in the
brilliant ; Brooke 'Thesejaetdare) dents for Action agreed to proposals Gets $25,000A Countywide vote for me to delclne this stationery department of the
are young students men "' being throughly checked. by the San Jose admlnls-. Simpson, who has edited and candidacy in view of unusual store. Later he came up to
throughout among the nation 3,000 who have This tnoolntment In,the State ration( to put anendtodlscrim- federal antipoverty grant of published the FLORIDA STAR number of people, from all the counter and asked for change

received this honor as standouts of Florida will be In line wlffl nation! In social groups,housing $25,000 has been given toDuval for over 15 years, has, through. across the county,who Importune for a dollar. '

in the field of studying.The ... other appointments of the state, and athletics. Smith and a teammate County. The announcement was his editorials and confrontations me to run." At this point related the victim .
next step in the contest which might be called flrst.OUy LeeEvansaidtheywere made by Ralph A. Phelps, Jr., fought for equality Justice The only other'office holders the man reached under his
;.will be competition in the Nat. last week In Chicago a Negro ipproacbed by"Negro leaders" Southeast Regional Director of and improvements In the community who are without opposition are shirt and pulled out a .32 caliber
,1 Achivements woman became a supervisor at. rho suggested that they con- the Office of Economic Opportunity Mayor Hans Tanzler and Municipal revolver pistol.
a matter settled Scholarship the XIRK a salary of 330,000 per)! year tide r the boycott. The two at- Atlanta, Georgia He stated that he was runningonce Judge John Santera.Incumbent Hunter said as the gunman
by com-
mittee There ed from Europe set 09 a pubs Several days ago Charles WashI I Metes would not name the lead- This is a six-month start-up more because he feels that flashed the silver plated gun
finalists
on were
candidates lie opinion bath Jacksonville inton was appointed Mayor of
originally mentioned 37,000 of According to reports' Joshua Washington at a large,aJar). Last July a boycott was $ug. Opportunities Industrialization has been enlarged to seven mone,. According to the victim
sideration.as deserving con Efflman, politician, asked the This week President Lyndon B. rested: at a sationalcmterence Center, be used by the members, at least two should be Civil Service Board he was tole to band overall

Both these candidates have averages Govenoragreelng to the suggestion Johnson nominated Damon J. c if black power in Newark New OIC to developto fully its administrative Negroes who can serve the Interests Member Charles Simmons who the money from the cash

of 1.13. They enteredthe also stressed that be Keith, 45 of Derolt for a Jbeochshipas 'use). Dick Gregory led the practices, community of the total community. was the first of his race to be register plus the floor safe.
was in the field for a Negro Federal Judge suggestion: and Industrial He added that be was his failure
competition through tests because of the strip relations a performance named tc aa appointive office After taking ne money which
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with the school's endorsement. planner. the EasternDlstrtctofMlchlgas ling of Cassius Clay as world reporting system, a to win previously was largely before It was made an electiveone amounted to approximately
Winners will get scholarships- Three Negroes ar being considered 'IbIs anticipated appointment in h eavyweigbt champion boxer. curriculum and in-service due to the fact that he had no Is seeking election for the suspect fled eastOfficer

wards from to according to reports., the state of Florida will make Evans, too, has tied one world training program and to com financial! packers: and therefore second time In Group $2200fIsta
ranging 3250 Earlier, the office of Govenor the appointee the highest paid plete due financed his own campaign with
3V500 record and shares ,with Smith necessary paperworkfor bavice.presldentof JACHftonwaaassitedIn
per
years .
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updB i the needs of the depending%ndeht.f Kirk would reveal no informs.tlom. government employee, Negro three world relay records held an HEW skill training contract his Umlted funds. the Afro-American Insurance the investigation by the evidence "
The jobp.yaalpgt .500. in the state. toy the ,college., Simpson said he hopes some Company.' : Technician and, car 40.




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The Camella Ladles Club, pr imlnent the busy life of Jackson- Annie Bell Hartiog, President, Dale Stamps, Annie Murry, Leila W 1Uam, Maybell Jenkins and PearlJefferson.. Mrs.
vWe,.has scheduled for Sunday', October 29, an Annual Tea, In Gussle Rucker, Ruby D. Williams, Eddie 1.. Williams, Bonnie .Ruby Garrison will be hostess at the tea. Mrs. Mildred Gill- Calendar
the YWCA, from 4 to 6 p.m. These ladles, who seem to enjoyy Frazier and Loralne Johnson. Continuing, in the second lams will be co-hostess.
doing something In a social wa'; are, from left to right, In the picture, from left to right are: Mmes. Ruby Garrison, Lois FLORIDA STAR PHOTO By A. Pau CrawfordYHCA

picture to the left: Mmes Louise Graham, Ethel Walker, Hagans. Estella Lee, Mildred GUllams, Margaret Costello, Event,



AWNINGS Playhouse Homed Meetings Eiecutive Honored FALL TEAgggw
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Scheduled -ian8lra srsadtra rrsarstatlr+ crsrveta'rsselxa a tarmsrwssMr ettWaiwar I District 3 of St. Luke BaptisM
snasttsrwaasasMnpnwlattrtea rpas yamwalnrsrrarsalpntt ar4 as lesle aerehMOes I ChurchwlBsponsorafallteaeSunday !
Langston HughesNEW anatrr r" tsmrse+wevrr mm e tessrve rrswwe Mast r per srrrWal a snags texssw eeaaae I afternoon beginning at
N eP 'are* ':MS1
BUY DIRECT BLUE LIGHT SOCIAL +lar' 'wsa evewN rW" sav"9ltmalia ne w t p.m., in the home of Deacon am

MANUSACTUAteIC c.o. LOCAL YOKIWU ofOroadway CLUB TO MEET cia. r wrR Mseo55res Mrs. Walter Simmons, 936 E
UNIDINCLOSUI playhouse the Greenwich News The Slue Light Social Club s rtr' a Union St..

PATIO COVII( Laagston Huges poet playwright will meet on Monday night,Oct THE 6OSTONETTSI .
CA.POATsO of his outstanding ober 9th at 8 'tanS '
In memory p.m. .
COMMI.CIALMAAQUIIS Mrs Alice Boston and the BosI
AND contribution to field of poetry This meeting has been scheduled I
CANOPIIlALI andplaywrlghtlng., to meet in the home of I lonette vlll give a program
( $ a IIPAII$ Stella Holt producer at the Mrs. Battle Stewart,631 OrangeSt. i' Monday night, September 25,
at 8 at the First Born
theater for IS years, Initiated All members are asked to be p.m.
I Temple, 825.West Monroe. Elder -
A. the change to honor the unforgettable present as business of Importance fo
i Hilt Is pastor. Singers o)
playwright who dIed' will be discussed.ST. A I
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\ the city are Invited to participate -
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i | Mrs. Rosetta Cohen,
LUKE'S DISTRICT sponsor.
2 TO MEET
HOSTS TODEACOKESS20AM
District 2 of St. Luke Baptist '
Mr. and Mrs. Cambric
Philips Hiwaj Plaza Churcb will meet Sunday afternoon 4 v'T hosts to Deaconess Board will tx
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at 4 p.m., in the home of
1 at the of October 8
meeting ,
Mr. and Mrs.Cahrles Freeman,
5121 Normandy Blvd. 1 at their home, 2267 Calvin. The
1576 W. 24th Street.
OUTCOME RYWARD j 4 'y'' I ,,12 hour Prayer Eajid will have
All
memlrs'arf.askedtobr
'Gateway( Shopping Center! present !as business, : of Importance tts4)A) charge of devotions. Mrs. Nelsons -
will be; the speaker. Mrs.
will be discussed Mrs. M.
Stills is fli\ a president of the( M. Cambric sponsor; Rev
.Galnlous minister
This group. 5SS'V

MRS.COKEN IN CONCERT

Week ANVETS NO. 93 ,y. Rosetta Cohen, gospel singer
4'S in convert
will be
Anvets Post No. 93 will meet Tti A' A presented
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Sunday, October 1, at 7, p.m. at ', Kme 'OEM -r' Sunday October ,
-- ol God in Unity, Twelfth art
OnlySEPT. the Grand Lodge Knights of Fby- .
thlas Hall, 1040 Broad Street. '{' linaIUIIUD ot me Johnson tinneD IMC recently Urtpihartj! ; outgoing vice president, Mrs. Eleanor Reid, secretary Danson.
i held an appreciation party for out-going Branch Executive, Miss Shirley McCoy assistant Mrs.
All members are Invited to at ; secretary; Vannle
Norman T. Urquhart andhls wife, Jacqueline, at the branch KEN KNIGHT GUEST
tend. W.Claton Is adjutant. Warner, treasurer, and Mrs. Gladys Bryant, program chair
OCT.1 1 111A.M. building. The club has been In operation for the past two years man. Other members are: Mrs. Eliza Atwater, Mrs. Marsha Alice Alegree President of the

8P.M.BIG and is on its way toward national affiliation as a 'Y service Dean, Mrs Alverla Davis and Mrs. Blllye Avery. New Forum '67 Club will be
Anniversaries Planned club Jor women members of the 'Y. Mrs. Deborah Freeman BOB SM1T -PHOTO guest on the Ken Knight Show

currently serves as president of the club, Mrs. Jacqueline- .. on October 1.
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S BEAUTIFULPHOTOGRAPHIC plans toward celebrating their JU Announces HoneMakiag Their lisfeess J I
Monday
16th anniversary on
night, October 16th, at Mt.Olive
Of ConcertsThe
\ PORTRAIT Primitive Baptist Church, 8 p. Schedule

J Student Governmeat Association
,ct OF YOUR m.Mrs.. Mattle L.King Is the president of Jacksonville University
and has extended a cordial has announced a schedule

CHILD invitation to the public. of concerts for the fall. Among

those appearing will be Jose
The Christian Coramu.iltySav: White, Jr. Saturday, September
: 8" X 10"OIL ing Club will celebrate the seventh 30, and Dlonne Wurlck Thursday

anniversary on Sunday, November 9.
October 8, In the Joe James, White was recently named by
Criminal and Hurst Place, near Billboard Poll of College and
Thirteenth. Hours are 4 p.m.to Universities as one of the most

6 p.m. popular campus attractions la
I'' A unique program has been his field In the United States.
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SEPTEMBER 30, 1K7 STAR PAPERS PACE 3 ,


Morris College Practical Nurses : Alumnae Meet WEDDING


Enrollment Now .... BELLS '
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F(';;;: Levon Stokes, 343 E'm! SL, 20
100 .
Students ..fl It -t and Mattie La Verne Smothers,
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SINTER, S.C-Worrla College Willie James Idlett, 2177 West ,
a Negro Baptist! Collect 1/ 40m SL, 32 and Dorothy Jeaa
here, opened Its doors to more I Crumbley, 2177 W. 40th St., 21. --
thin 700 students this fall and I, ,. It4
dedicated In excess of one million Root Lee Cosby, 62 W.Dural

dollars In building facili ft, 31 and Dorothy Mae McCrty, .
ties. 1133 Lee St. 19.
Governor Robert E. McNair, Freddie lames Felder, 1130 ,
of the State of South Carolina Ralnia St. 20 and Mandy Ruth 1"1"

was dedlcatorial! scheduled ceremonlesSunday to speak at the Smith, 1516 Pearce St., 18.

a.fterDOOIIlast. Dr. O.R.Reuben r Edw. James Taylor, 507 W. -
president of the school,, spoke of a Beaver St, 42 and Minnie Lee
these two building as a part of Smith, 2104 Caljon Rd., 32. i :
a ten-year expansion program.A .

women's residence hall anda Joe Bossard, 1347 Frances St.
dining room have already! been 25 and Mary Lee S.11,134IFrances .
dedicated\ future! plans, according St., 25. I SmSNUN"
to the educator,will In- II I
elude a laboratory school for Walter Byard, 3839 Freeman

elementary education, chapel, Rd., 24 and Gloria Jean Ishmael,
learning resource center,additional 804 W. Monroe St., 20.
men's and women's residence -
balls and the renovation B I SR James McWilllams, 1406 Powhattan -
of old residence halls and the A St., 19 Christine Fie- I II

academic building. noy, 1737 W. 29th St., 16.
Morris College Is owned and \\ "
controlled by the Negro Baptist
Educational and Missionary ?' James Herman Simpo, 4106
Convention of South Carolina Victor St., 26 and Shirley Au
It Is accredited by the State Kitchen, 4017 Bolt Ave26.

Department of Education the y1 n
Veterans' Administration and Thomas Burton, 1512 Kings
the Federal Government Department Rd. 35 and Myrtle Mayes, 1512

for student loans.It Kings Road40.
is also engaged In a self- IWi1S[
study as thefirst step toward Robt: Lee Jackson,1771 Cleve- \
accreditation by the Southern land St, Apt 1, Si and Frances
Association of Colleges and ..,- Delores Monroe, 1169 Frances

Schools.f St., 21.WUl1am.
: "From its beginning Morris
College has been a center for Practical nursing Is the chosen vocatlonof the smiling group of Mrs Catherine Jonas, Mrs. Marie Taylor, Mrs. Esthella Wilson George Pough,, 1630W.

training ministers and teachersfor ladles seen above. This Is the alumnae group of the Dual County Mrs. Hun Cherry, Mrs. Shirley McGee and Mrs. Julia 24th St., 20 and Gladys Den-
the churches and schools of Stanton Vocational School Practical Nursing. Left to right, Reid. Mrs. Taylor, president, resides at 1653 West 7th Street. son, 911 Madison St., 18.
the State: and the nation" Dr. they Ire Mrs. Worthy Gilmore,chaplain;Mrs.Ruth H. Winner "11111ilItl1till'f
Reuben said. "Many young Anthony Cowan, 5538 Ertha Dr.

people of limited means and CoNyers-Meyers Joined II Malrinony Cosmetology Meeting 19 and Emily Elaine Nelson
privileges have received the 1541 Dot St., 19.Oldest .

benefits of a higher education [e ......" ._ .'.,. Slated Oct 8
Morris College." Nuptials Held
"Morris makes not only this '
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The state Inspector and BuildingThe
r pre-
educational contribution to I
South Carolina,but Is equivalentto At St. Thomas t sident of the Orange Blossom Milton House Museum Is
an Industry which pours more ,rll Cosmetology Association 123, the oldest cement building in the \
than $3,000,000 annually into the Mrs Cathlcan Ross has urged United States; It was a fatten
A late afternoon at w all license to -
local economy/ Dr. Reuben wedding M cosmetologist used by slaves escaping on the
pointed out. St. Thomas Baptist Church meet with her Sunday, October: Underground railway.
A conert by the U.s. 9th Air Joined In holy matrimony Miss 8, at 1 pm.: at the YWCA.

Force Eand, Shaw Air Force Cheryl Denise Conyers and Mr. The state's proposal will be 5 1 Community Cub '
Base will William H. Meyers, with the discussed with the body and a \
precede the ceremonies 'I
which Rev. W.C. Neil, pastor of the vote will be taken to accept or
will be openedwith
The 5-1
a formal academic church, officiating. refuse. CommanityClubWilLiam )\ .... .
proces beautiful will be Green president, will, ,ln' \ -
The bride wore a Mr. Cliatman present '1 '., I I"IAT
sion. Dr. Reuben will Introduce
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Its meeting of October 3 aT \:
gown of silk peau de sole and to Informatively on how the .
governor McNair, and a number ...
lace. The veil was attached to beautician can work again.It Boween Memorial AME Church h. 101.
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other college local. and "'
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make an analysis of the candl- WIt ....... ..,'
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a pearls Importance
crown every .It'' "'"
state dignitaries will participate dn'ea'seeking office under the tM.m.d.l ..,,.'....... .
sequins. A bouquet of carnations one be on time because the
on the progl'fJD.Sc.oi.rly. and orchids, accentuatedthe t .building has to be vacated by consolidated form of JacksonV
ensemble.Mr. t, ty T 2:30 p.m. rifle This will enable the dobjo ; '
Conyers, father of the, : inform the people of the community m'OI' '' -
-- -- bride, gave her away Miss Patricia Housewives League, as to who la running and ,

I Gunday was maid of honor whom they should support.An .
and Mr. Aaron Hall was best To Hold MeetingThe attempt will be made to IYITIMI .
have all of the CINT/AL..,. .. w.... '
man. Mr. George Smith was the Jacksonville Housewives Negro candidates .... /M .M.11nwhIrn I .
usher League will hold their first seeking office present w.",_......ir. ....,..". '" ,.,,1,
Miss Gundy chose a pink linen .r meeting following a 2 months ThIs cui'ing will bgjcln at 8 tIll ....t.

gown on empire lines, with sequins vacation in the home of Mrs. p.mj according. to the president. r
and seed pearls matchIng Arthur Williams, 1151 W. .24th William Green" Business! o I
bead piece. Miss Goody Street. much importance will be discussed -

carried a bouquet of carnationsand I The meeting Is scheduled for, The church Is locatedat

roses. ,..' Wednesday night October 4th,at Eleventh and Pullman. All .
The bride is the daughter of ':30 p.m. are Invited. Mrs. E. May is WALLANIL.nib ...NIAtIAS..... ...........nilM"1.a ..
All members have !been urged I Ito secretary. ...lH Md1.M Md.nil, ,
Mr. and Earl .
Mrs. Simmons. pill" .. .
A Saturday afternoon wedding, at the St. Thomas Bpatlst .. .;. a f1A t"
be present u business of
Mr. Is the
Meyers of Mr.
son
Church Joined In holy matrimony Miss Cherryl Denise Conyersand
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and Mrs. Sam At vital importance will be on the
Meyers. the Mr..William.H. Meyers,with the Rev.W.C. Neal officiating. FAMU Sfidnl.
wedding the mother of the bride agenda.
chose a silk organza dress with Iii)

___nnn_ a ther matching of the head groom piece.was The attiredIn mo- Mrs. Hatcher Up With People Musical Is 4 :

a latest tashlnable creation. .
The smiling young lady Is Miss Guests were: Mr 1 Mrs. John Honored For More CI.LIMO'. w CA'U..... V,"easi1NNrun5 .. .....
Willie Lena Austin Becoming International ....
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of Mr. and Mrs. W. WUipple, daughter, Townsend, Miss Altamese Weaver ._.....,,..". ",wlOIII._,,,..I'II ........

1477 Grothe Street and the niece Mrs. Marion Gundy, Mr. Civic WorkMrs.
of Mr. and Mrs. James Cone. ,Bob Jones,Mr.and Mrs.George "Up With People" Is neither a book nor a gons. "Up With A

,,i Miss Austin, who has a bache- Chandler, Miss SandraStevens, Oreatha Hatcher Supervisor People" Is really aa idea, one without equal in America or, fot
Miss Mae Mitchell, Mr t Mrs. that matter anywhere else. It is really combination of talent
lor's degree, is now at Atlanta of the Missionaries of ,
University where she plans to Jimmy Brown, Mr. and Mrs. the AME Church of the Florida an Integrated, moving, type production,replete with the pro- ja.A"OAIID
receive her master's degree. H.C. McCloud, Mr. and Mrs. and Bahama Conference known per setting, rammed lull of energetic, patriotic young people. !
Following graduation from the Milton, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Johnson Students are from 38 states and 19 foreign climes.
as the eleventh district, was
Mr. Wilbert Orlando
Fayson,
university Miss Austin accordIng
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to Mrs. Whipple, who visited Mr. and Mrs. Gerald given an award recently by the Walt Disney called this epic itlons." Still others contend thatIt .
Duval of the
County Chapter
the FLORIDA STAR, she Daniels, Mr. and Mrs. James "the happiest, most hard-hit represents a kind of effort to
Oliver Mrs. Claudia Harris American Cancer Society, during order out of chaos.
will matriculate at Cornell Un- ting way of saying what America rlng
special services In the Redwood
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Mrs. Matthews This effort launched at the
iversity, Ithaca, New York. Dorothy and Is all about. There are 28 was
daughter Mr. James Gamble Room of the exclusive Moral Re-Armament Demonstration -
original: fast-paced songs which ASK YOUR ELECTRICALOR
Green Turtle restaurant o n .
Evelyn and Mary Williams. have entranced listeners from For Modernizing America
READ THE FLORIDA STAR PHOTO by Bob Phillips Highway.The Tokyo to Caraccu. Choreography in Sugust of 1965.tt was seen -- ---" -.
wife/( Bishop C.E. Hatc- Miss Clara S.D. Vhfels HEATING CONTRACTORJacksonville
in
Smith then by two million persons,
Is excellent. The music
-EJOR'' A STAR her, presiding prelate of the .has been preparek by experts In live presentatlonsand by an est daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.L.
--- eleventh district, Mrs. Hatcher imated 200 million on tele- Whipple, 1477 Grothe has returned I
received particular citationfor harmony andpattern making. to FAMU where she is
Songs such as "Which A- vision. One hundred slxty-o n e
efforts In funds Way an upperclassman. She IsalHI
soliciting
Need Club merican?' "What senators espoused the cause.In
Church Color Is
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from the Aflrcan Methodist graduate of the New Stantoa,
addition have been
Episcopal Churches during the God's Skin?", "Is FreedomReally appearances High School Miss WhIpple has 4I
academies air
made at military ,
Free? are on the extensive Just returned from a vacation
Annual! Cancer Drive.
force bases and else where.
Or Weddiag Pictures Recently also, Mrs. Hatcher list of melodies. in California. The young lady is l 1I
Unusual is the tact that these I
was honroed by the mayor of Naturally, with the plaudits a member of the St. Paul AMI I
hay sacrificedtime
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Key West, Florida during her given the group go certain cri young people Church, where she has t taken a*
FAIL FOR APPOINTMENTS, WE WILL COME TO YOU tour of the city and was the ticisms. Some say it is revolt led personal, money, and plans have!in order cancel-to active part inSunday School,She
principal speaker at Bethel against cyn1cism. Some say is also a member of the Youth

Eli NO SERVICE OR SPECIAL CHARGES ame Mr. Britt church Davis there..Is pastor.' The"Rev. !is there"diluting is moral the relativism country's which trad- duce participate.seems a dynamic to be But"We,young the aim theme Americato to pro of Choir.Mr Miss and Mrs.Whlpple James the Cone.niece I


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II United Presbyterians Plan Strategy On Church And Tensions I ISl.



. Paul I 1 Baptist's Cornerstone Layisg Black Power Racism And

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,\, Recruitment Are Stressed "
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WASHTNGTOM D,C<-The United Presbyterian Commission on
Religion and Race beld andsponsoreda conference recently here fC
._- and placed strong emphasis Church and Urban Ten-
and
lions Strategy for the fall winter was Included in the
planning'of the historic conference onlocaland national bases.
Those Involved came from about 25 communities throughout the

nation.Noted among speakers was the Rev Andrew Young of the
Southern Christian Leadership Conference who made the keynote
I presentation. DR. Nathan Wright chairman of the Black I
Power Conference the Rev.Calvin Marshall,African Methodist
i. Ii j Episcopal Zion minister the Robert Hoppe of Detroitthe )Rev
:; ......., John McDowell of the National Council of Churcbei Department
speakers discusslngsuch: subjects as :;
f ., I' of Social Justice were
white and black denominations mobilizing of white suburban r

Ir 1L churchmen, and new directions In race relations and urban programs : .
1 In the national council.
The Presbyterian Commissionaside The Church has been urged to

from the convention, has promote the establishment of a r:
released a memo on major activities one-million dollar fund to help :
of the connection from alleviate the crisis confrontIng -

its office, 475 Riverside Drive, American cities. This --
New York. thought from the Rev. Kenneth
G. height general secretary of
the Board of National Missions.

,CHURCH lie suggests thatmoneyberalsed -
through local, regional and
,national agencies and that the
connection Join with other
$ -1II
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entation of the program. Dr.
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WAYMEN CHAPELThe be used to provide a flexible
i :::1 ':' St. Paul Eaptlst Church on Moncrief the R!'v. W.C.Neal :annual Men's Day observance fund mobile enough in administration -

pasta, '.ras (lie scene of tie cornerstone layuij for tIle new for Wayman Chapel AME to be used In such
"" building last Sunday The impressive ceremony was witnessed Church will be held on Sunday cities as Detroit, Newark and
i by many. In the top picture are shown many of the members of Oct. throughout the day at the other riot-torn parts of the
ii i the St. John Grand Lodge the lower picture the Rev E.E. Lillian Saunders Community nation."
Taylor Is delivering the dedication.p.rmon.1n the center frontis Center.
Grand Master Frederick D. Jordan Sr. Officer of the Day. Attorney Earl M. Johnson will "The Christian church today,
At the tar right Is seen Samuel A.Boldon, Grand Junior Warden be the speaker at the U a.m., yours andmlne and all other de-
At'the far left is Walter L.Lowden, Grand Senior War- service and :Rev R. W. Jackson nominations! stands In the midst&
dent, Lester McClendon, DJstlct Deputy,Is also in the picture. will deliver the sermon at of henna deprivation as a 3
r Also shown center left is the Grand Marshall, Lester A. Anderson the 7:30 p.m., worship hour 'sounding brass and a tinkling> I
The Grand Master of District 1 of the Master Masons Otis Robinson is the chairman cymbal Wa have been caught indisposition 5
is Henry Simmons, not, seen in the picture. and Gilbert Wright is the Co- because we have
chairman. lowed preservation of the al-I
stitutional church to
d I II Ir Mr. And Mrs. Glen M. Steele BAY SPRING TOne more important than human j.

? annual Women's District need?...Hence, in the midst of,s
Union St. watt In the midst of poverty,;
Surprised Birthday GuestsThe Convention of th e
Barnes aptist Ass:c c ltn will racism dope addiction: ,the disintegration -
with the Day Spring of home and families 1:
gracious president of the Friday afternoon Bananaga convene
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and in the midst of the soaring-
I Club and her husband Mr. t Mrs Glen M. Steele, of 1236 baptist Church beginning Octo-
North fifty-ninth Stree, Philadelphia Pennsylvania, who'sbirthday's ber 4 thru 8th, Rov. C. A. rise of mental illness we have j,
Glen's September, and Margaret's September 16 Weaver Is th e host pastor. like the priest and '
L.it were the recipients of a gala Surprise Birthday Party, Saturday The meet will get under way ed on and beheld Levite.loot-I
of the human
i evening, September 16,1967; In their comfortable, lovelyLnome. with the local program on Wednesday have
night at 7:30 p.m,, pre- we passed
: keep a secret,"challengewith -- eeeded by board meets gs for side. ;:

an RSVP from the sponsors the men beginning at 3 p.m.,
Seventh Day Adventists Are her sisters and dear pals, and the women at 5 pjn.
MODERN BUSINESS Trlxie T. C. Fisher,Mrs. Miu- The theme for the session Is Bishop 5.P. Pawling
: ";he lever Christ In *
dean Bracey Mr, and M r I. Changing
NEEDS.TRAINED"OFFICE". = : r 1 ::Strong Believers ,In Morals. .'..; '1> James, l and ,Miss Emma, an Ever Changing World" Hebrew To Receive Degree
: Williamson, Professional Caterers -", 13:8: and the theme song
: Ii,I! Hie Seventh" De.y Adventist 'early J 'nineteenth Century"t !* of Pleasantville, N e w chosen "he Is Just The Same Bishop M. C. H. Cooper, the
PERSONNEL it* itinerant Increased t h t
Churc.h' "
I [ la certainly among the more and more important did Jersey planned the perfect par- Today. president of Cooper's Academy
ThouufKh ef .xnlltntUck Ijmost phenomena n o 11 tie ty. Realizing the risk, all guest that
It NEW MT. OLIVE announces onSundayOctober -
seem to them that the ap
peYln'oM/ Ili [alp Mp coming
tIna /a of tt.irnd p opl<. 1kOraed Insofar a growth II con- -'f the Christ was Imminent were requested to meet In cars, Rev. W.L,Glanton a young min 1st at 3:00: p,m.,lntheaudllorlura -
die/ RECISTEq : ;of any of the leading de- an on the Carol Parlc side of the \
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I.Ine/drlrw ere fe ipfebookkn / NOyy ', event to be expected The Advent ister of this city has been cal- of the Apostolic Churchof
iaMiV tKhncltnt MIBM toypunch FA1L TERN/ FOR ';AdVentlsl Dominations,Church, the also world.takes The of Christ in ether words, block. At the appointed time, led as pastor of the New Mt. God in Christ 2023 Benedict
a no the sings was give. Thirty or Road the
aptraton nd Account* Is an Important event. Olive Laptist Church and will Bishop S. P.Rawllngs
MIA, MM aid wenwn wllk M+. nbd.l ;ia kward stand on the Bible EARTH
a more guests matched WHITE
o apr ikllli un pick *ndchoN Pax ... So, in 1863, the Seventh Day'Adventist across begin his official duties on Sin- of Lexington Ky. will receivethe
the lob they w nt. a fh'"+a.nt/ Yyles' of living and social service Church came into be- the street to the house. When Party" by Paul Lawrence Dun- day Oct. 1st. degree of Bachelor of Sacred,
e The Seventh Day Advent- mr. Steele opened the door bar It well
was .
recited.
Theology.The
services will
rro/ne Sunday beglowitilSunda
DAY OR EVENINGCLASSES let t Church ing. By 1900 the church had
fsM K places strong em'phasts more than 75,000 members. thirty or more voices echoed During the course of celebrating School at 9:30' a.ra. with public is cordially invitedto
STATI APMOVIB a Ai.y,,,I Pyn.b on' education, morals, Calvinism and other denomin- the traldltlonal "Happy Birthday over the telephone, came the superintendent !in charge. attend this program.Persons
ne ,..ethics, and the like ations were dead or had stop Song Steetes.Their which startled both birthday greetings, from two The lesson will be reviewed by appearing on this occasion will
WALKER COMMERCIAL COLLEGE :This denomination, whose ped along the way. But Adventism >? the sisters, of th Steele's. Mr. the pastor. be: Bishop M.C.H.Cooper,Dean
1132 Myrtl.Flion '. A".".. M P. 0 a.w 4935 members are constantly concerned grew. Its area of act evening guests were a Stanley of Brldgevllle, D e 1- Members of the deacon board R. Leander Jones 'Dr. W. E.
156-1415 that Jesus might return:. sister-in-law, Mrs. Frances aware, and Mr and Mn. Theodore Young and the Reverend T.
If M mw r, ull 765-0004 ivity grew. Now there are will lead devotion during morn R.
became a In the Alfred Wen-
growing entity Bryant and Mr.
F. Redding Jacksonville Lee.
churches all over the world ing worship scheduled to beginat
solas, whowas posted to keep the Florida. Numerous telegrams, U a.m.Evening Bishop Cooper also announcesthat
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Steels. at home.Mrs.Fisher and gifts, cards and on Monday October 9th
currency were worship Is set for :30 at
kr -=- I'I Mr.; Willlamsson eftteredflrst received. p.m. The pastor will deliver 6:00 p.m. the Cooper's Institute
assisting Dr. Eartha M. M. The out of town, gusts were both sermons during the day. ;will open its doors to all Christ
White, 90 year-old "Angel of as follows: Dr. Eartha MM ian workers who are Interested
Mercy," returning to Jackson White, Jacksonvllle,F lor 1 d a,, FIRST CORINTH BAPTIST I!In the further development of
ville, Florida, after having at- Mr. and Mrs.James Williamson Sunda y school will begin at t(their ability to face the obligations -
tedned the National Business Pleasantville New Jersey Mr. 9,4 a.m. The morning service t of their work. The follow
League Convention. In Atlantic and Mrs. Jasper Cogar, New begins at 1115.: The evening I ing persons will constitute the
'City, New Jersey Castle, Delaware, Mrs. Helen service will be at 6:45. The I acuity[ for the Institute Bishop
ANASSET aaen guest was Jubilant"Iltll' Hotter, Atlanta City New Jersey Rev. W.L.Jones, pastor, will I H C.H. Cooper, Dean R. Lean-
laughter and Jou as Mrs,Steele Mrs. Sadl Locke, Atlantic speak at both services c ter Jones and Dr. W. E.Young.
threw kisses to everyone. Mrs. City New Jersey.Philadelphlans. .

William Settles had charge of ., Mr. and .
Mrs.
the autograph book, Mr. Settles William Johnseh, Eugene Lam Mt. Zion AME Is 102 Years

: : the cocktails, while Mrs James bert, WiniamSettlesTownsend,
Williamson prepared the table. ,Johnson, Perry Van Deuce Old. Anniversary PlannedMt.
J
.,' Mr. Williamson and Mr. Wen- Mrs., :Wal'er Kell;, Claude Da-
sofas unloaded the delectable vis. Henry Patel) Cbra, Zion AME Chuch Southslde, 3811 St. Augustine Road,
AS, repass from the cars via the Belle Garners Maudean T.Brace will be the scene of the one-hundred second anniversary of
side entrance, to the beautiful /, Mable Buncombe Agnes its founding and the third year of the pastor Rev Corneluls
table. 'E. Jenkins.These .
Jones Frances
Bryant, Clara
b Mrs. Fisher,acting mistress Phillips Josephine Green,Helen two historical observances will be Sunday October 1.
ASSESSOR of ceremonies, introduced Dr. B. Williams, Ethel N. Reed, at 7 1 p.m., with The Rev. Fred Williams, pastor of Seetwater
,f Eartha MM. White. She spokeon Florence Brooks Mr. Alfred Baptist and the Rev. H.L. Herod,pastor of the Mr. Zion Baptist
her life's acheivements In Wensolas Mr. George Coles Church as guests. The stewards of the church will be In charge. f
ITJicn Sob Mallard became County social work, the Orphanage Mr. John A. Roberts On Monday night at 8 p.m.,the Methodist the Rev. W. Smith

Assessor, he initialed a program allow.Tn'roil/ : Bob Mallard rmJerdaml that Nursing Home, Historic Mu- ]Ut Calvary Baptist Church,the is pastor,will be among guests,'I'
seum Recreational
Center for ]Rev. William IUU pastor,11'111 be
ing you to appeal jour assevment putting a monetary value on your pro youth, the building recently donated NEGRO IN HISTORY a guest u well as the Rev E.E. as will Beach First and Baptist the,Rev.Jacksonville H.H.

directly if you,felt unfair. fen a difficult thi"*', H< scoffs to Jacksonville for use for to a the period city of of Seven Negroes of Dartmouth, I the Taylor Rev.and Bryant St. Paul, St.BapUstand Mary's Wrlghtjastor, and St. James

lIe ran edeertlsementi in the xi lefairulthjo,, that is uhy h. '',a* 010/> ,time. She is on the Executive Mass., Including Paul Cuffe end Baptist Church The trustees Baptist Sunbeam, Rev. Mobley'
his brother John pastor. Usher Boards No.l and
Board of the National Business protested on !
papers, offering you the opportunity of. pven.you this privilege of direct appeal League and a charter member February 10, 1780 In a petition No. Z will be sponsors.

meeting with the appraisers to discuss it "' d ',. since Booker Washington or- to the revolutionary legislatureof On Thursday night at 8 p.m.)
poised it. Our next their state, aglnsta the fact Jerusalem Baptist will be present -
fully. Then KefP the door P"n :lffP ';, f participantwas that the Rev ,
your property again was ur'n"", Mr.James Williamson,who they were subjected to R.W. Jackson
", looked at i1 another appraiser there sfM.ment fait elect Bob Mallard did a reading, entitled, "The 'taxation without the right to pastorJBt. Andrews AME 0 f
Jacksonville
vote. Beach will be a
could be no unfairness. 1/. an "" ,'ef,Assessor and the kind 'i guest, the Rev. William Robin-
a d
At a result of hit "open door" policy, i mon tro trill male Consolidation KNOW YOUR DISTRICTS 2 son will pastor.besprasors Choirs No.1 and No.,

mon7asessmentswere adjusted. .a ork.ELECT ajIio
Friday right will feature as
'" + And Precints 71.I guest Grant Memorial AME,Dr.

: A.J. Reddick, pastor, Payne,
BOB Chapel AME, Rev Ra.
New Maps For (

2E x Chapel AME, Rev. R. A. King
a f d pastor, St. Stephen's AME,Rev.,
The New Consolidated 1JJS. Johnson,pastor andSt.Paul.
MALLAR n Ul M in charge: ." ame, rev. A.C. Chandler pas'

? On Tuesday, October 3, t h t tor. The Pulpit Aid Board and'
City Of Jacksonville Church of God in Christ, with Deaconesses Board will
the Rev.J.Williams pastor,will serve. The services conclude'
; FOR SALE be present. Others will be the Sunday, October 8, at 11 a.m.,
ASS' SSOR Rev. D. Johnson, Bethel Baptist with a program.The church was
Church, Southslde and Rev organized In 1865 the first pas'
P.rl PdittarlhaaGe.ent Roberts Wash-0-Hal Clude Jenkins, New Mt. Olive tor being Rev.R.f>.Lewis,bro
Baptist. Stewardess BoardNo.l ther of the late A.L. Lewis,one
md No.2 win be In of the founders of fteAmerican
2210 charge.
Myrtle In. Near 13th St. On Wednesday night, at I p.m. life insurance Company.

lumbers of the Mr. Moriah

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I Among tbmanldngdnggronnpsaffordedbythe city of Jacksonville Recently this well-known aggrwpUosceWsatedfselgtdeeatb to th e left above are shown the president. Deacon CleophusBalxden at the right the Gospel Chorus Is presenting one there U one with many year.of service, the Gospel Chorus anniversary with a gala, star.studded program. In the picture officers and a large group of the chorus members numbers. The pastor is the Rev A. F. Cummings
of.the West Union Baptist Church FLORIDA STAR PHOTO By-A. Paul Crawford


1 _i---: CoBBBnity Leaders Address Church Seminar St. Stephen's Listed Models Hats Mildred Bradham '

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Bishop E.C. Hafcher, presiding Bishop of the Florida: Confer MT. Zion AME Church, corner
r ence eleventh district of the African Methodist Episcopal, of Newman and Beaver Streets,
Churches of Florida and the Bahamas, will open the first of a will observe "Greek Letter
series of eight conferences on Tuesday, October 3, at Bethel Day" onSunday October 8 at the
T AME Church, Tallahassee, the Rev ID. Blazon pastor. U o'clock service. The speakerfor
The Conference Branch Missionary meeting of the Greater this occasion is Mrs. Mildred .
Florida Conference will be held Tuesday from 0 a.m. to S p.m. Bfadham, Grand Baslleus
with the Mrs. Oreatha T. Hatcher Episcopal Supervisor, in of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Mew
j charge.At Bradham has traveled extensively -
. 7:30 p.m., Bishop Hatchei Bishop; Greater Florida! Annual and will bring a wealthof
: win present the Rev J.O.Morris Conference-October 3-8, 1987 experience and informationto
i 'I In the annual sermon to tht Bethel AME Church 206 West Inspire the audience.
iI i conference. 0 n Wtdnesdaj, Virginia St., Tallahassee.Fla. All of the Sororities of the city
I : morning following organization Rev.IJD.Hlnson 224-5570. will be represented on the pro-

: of the Conference the dec:., ence-October 10.15, 1967AUeD gram.
; 'Uon of delegates to the General ChapelAME Church 500 N.Gull. This is the first of the Inspirational

Conference will begin and continue brand St., PeDsacola,FIa.Rey. Mrs MaRieK1r1&DclwlJlmOd. services leading up to
n I through\ the afternoon. YB. Bruce Ph. 438-6004. el hats on October 15, at St. Women's Day
--'-":':' Orlando Florida Conference- Stephen's AME Church, as a The Program Committee with
October 17-22, 1967, Bethel A. part of the extensive 1 plans for Mrs Lillian G, Small as chairman -
; 4S1 M.E. Church 1030 N. Dakota Women's Day on October 22 assisted by Mesdames
Ave., LakelandlFla.Rev. R.J the Diana Shops will furnish Lois Roberts, Evelyn B. Wells,
T N w, } Elaine, Ph. 686-9424. gowns for fashion models for Vera Davis and Charlotte
r Yi i ....1. Central Florida Conference October 8. The Rev. JJS. Johnson Stewart are working untiringly
1 v tune church, 715 South Mag Is the pastor. to make this an eventful day.

,; ;t noun, Ocala, Fla. Rev. S, Andrews

\i'i: ;W i Pb Florida 629-6767.Conference- WRITE
) tampa WRHC TODAYWin
".',''\','\'' '.; .' :,ii.tt November 7-12, 1967 Allen
; ''-.' .4 "' r temple AME Church, 1112 ScottSt.
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1 :i' :' Tampa Fla. Rev. H.M
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Operation Church-Related : "f.. :' Nelson, Ph. 2292015. $25.00 For Your Church


a theme New discussed Bethel AME by panelistsat Church, : .. ,.. ..i. :. 'ember East Florida 14-19,1967 Conterence-Nov-, St Stephens Cut out the coupon below and
: '" AME Church 913; W. 5th St.,
all of whom related their messages W.
from formerly unrelated '!J; Johnson Jacksonville, Pb.,3558680.Fla., Rev. JjS. write your question, then mailto .
designed
areas into a general pattern
to bring church workers South Florida ConferenceNovember radio station WRHC ,
close to civic and business life. On Wednesday evening, known Zl.28,198'lPliyuCha. 0.
The program itself was in tribute as the "Night In Wbite",. the Del AME Church, 1370 Sixth St..
to the late Rutledge Pear. Conference Missionaries of the west Palm Beach, Fin.,Rev.T. Box 2467 Jacksonville'
S. Johnson Ph. Fla.
8328265.
will ,
Society
son. Panelists were Dr. J.I.E. Branch Missionary ,
Scott, Division of Education,' present a service,' with Mrs. Bahama Islands Conference-
PHONE
November 30-December 389-1111
The missionary 3,1967 :
Duval County, Eric Simpson, Katcher presiding. Eleuthera
editor of the Florida Star,Mrs. sermon willbe delivered Rev. T.W. Culraer. uS RUCTIONS: The WRIIC "Mall Box" will attempt to ret ..

Sallye B. Maws,Councilwoman\ Women Dayplanned an a. sver to any question you may have on any subject, such
and former Jacksonville teacher a. schools, rents, taxes, city and county government and so
and Mrs. Gladys Vaught, on
Vice-President of the National U GreaferNew Hope Write your questions below and mall at once. Your question

Baptist Convention women's Annual Women's Day Celebration and the answer, alone with Jour Dame and address will be
auxiliary. Dr. Scott spoke on will be observed at the broadcast from time to time on WRKC, so please print your
Negro Greater New Hope AME Church, cr.me and address, Write u often II IOU like and Usteo.tor
THE Star discussed the press 17th I Davis Streets, Rev. Z.L. you: answtr 011 WRHC,1400 on your radlCyour total community
Religious and Secular. Counellwoman Pastor Sunday October .tIlUon, on the air Zt hours a day.
Tyrus
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Maws spent some 15 1967 For the best question each week during this mailing Radio
time on Equal Opportunity and 1 program for this event has SrSmSc will award I25l to the church of your choice.
Mrs. m
Voter Registration. :
been planned throughout the day.
Gladys Vaught, prominent Speaker: Mrs. Inca Johnson;
t churchwoman, considered Laity Guest Soloist, Miss Allle Faye
and Self Help. The Star editorIs will
maxwell. Mrs. Z. L. Tyrus
shown above u he spoke.
J.W. The preside u "Pastor For The
by the Rev Young
Seated at the far left is Mrs.Willie .
Rev H. H. Zelgler will deliver Day
Mae Jones General
the educational sermon, and The Grant Memorial Trio, of
Chairman of the clay Seated
AME Church
president Selmo Bradley president Grant Memorial
of the Greater Florida will be presented at the 6:30: PLEASE PRINT
Chairman of the day. Second MY NAME B -
Conference's LayOrgaclxaUon p.m. service in a Musical Recital
from the right is the Rev E. .
be facbar&eofthelaymen"
Jones, pastor of the church and will Saturday. Mrs. Elnora Grant,Chairman; MY ADDRESS IS- -
meeting
second from the right is Mrs. Presiding on elders of the Greater Mrs Everllna Wiggins cochairman !1' my question judged best, please send 325.00 to the church
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A.B. Williams In the other picture Florida Conference are the ; Mrs. Mary C. Walk of my choice, which is

are shown members of the Reverends R. C.Snelllngs, U>. er Program Chairman. T 11 epuk0
church and guests Is Invited to share with
Ford, W.P. Jenkins, A.L.Ben-
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(PRINT NAME t NAME OF LOCAL:
nett, IW.DupontandC.T.Slkes.1 them in what promises to be CHURCH
Faith Singers Plan Bishop! Katcher: wlU deliver the enjoyable.
BLESSINGS! BLESSINGS ordination sermon OIl Sunday

The man born with the gift.R CHURCH NEWS Program For Sunday and will read the appointment
T. Roosevelt Franklin of Ma- following the Battle of music at
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eon, Georgia It Is through God MT. Z10.1 AME The Faith Chester Singers will 430.: with an ALL NEW ZIGZAG compact
that I can remove all evil conditions The Ways andMeans Committee of) Mt. Zion AME will serve give a program onSunday night Bishop Hatcher wlllopen other
some questions you may dinners Sunday following morning worship beginning at 12.30 Oco conferences as follows : DIAL-A-STITCH
wish to know p.m. This committee is chaired by Mr. Margret Glswold. October 1, at 8:30: at the African Eleventh Episcopal District,Rt.
On Sunday October 8, Mrs Lillian Small will present all United' Church Mrs. Bettha Rev. E.C. Hatcher, Presiding ONLY!
DO YOU NEED MONEY? sororities of Jacksonville In an Inspiring splrltualserVice at u Belle is sponsor. ;. .
B MY SICKNESS NATURAL? a.m. I

CAM MY HUSBAND STOP Mrs. Ophelia Toston wlllpresent a musical and dramatic! program WHEN YOU ARE ILL $ r"e
DRINKING? on the third Sunday, October 15, at 7 p.m. :
CAN MY LOVE ONES BE RETURNED : On thefourth Sunday at U a.m., Mrs. Beverly Williams, Miss You Seek The Best Doc fJ
? youth in serving Christianity music by Mrs. Celestine Nicks SAVE '/2 NOW IAIr
itor when Your Doctor
and Miss Elinor Williams.On They call me the (Rootman) the fourth Sunday night Miss Detphlne Thomas will belo Prescribes. Get Experienced '5* '5*,
But I am only a servant of God. charge of a fourm. An interesting topic will be discussed.The Pharmacists II
Because God is the answer to public is cordially invited to attend all of the events According to Y 0 II rDoctor's ww
all life* problems. I am the scheduled for the month in October. orders we- 1 fMRtAtTL
King of all Day Prophets. Send P 9Ut4D1iMAPPUQucs
for my special selected Bible GRANT MEMORIA AME Use Only The Best I
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verses To tx read onSPECIAIJ Church throughout the day, beginning with Sunday School Quality Drugs. D'coralorD
DAYS. at 9:30: a.m. with Brother A.VJRose, superintendent, officers C. E. BLACK Proprietor: br .
Send aeeu-addressed, stamped and teachers in charge. BUTTON HOLES CALL -
envelope and 12.00 for Bible Morning worhslp hour will begin at 10:45 a.m. with the pastor 3 Registered Pharmacists TO serve YOUA SEWS BU(10N( $
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You Till receive Bible verses "That Which Is Still Certain" Cosmetics Rubber G90ds Candles sun !eMdtM1=tMMMrAM1
by return mail. Evening worship Is scheduled to begin at 6:45 p.m. with the dries. $ Till HOMEDEMONSTRATION
Send TO: pastor again speaking. His theme "ChrlstalnSlgns and II FOR JUST $1 MORE
Rev Roosevelt Franklin Sumbols." PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED- You get this handsome cabinet WITHIN SO MILES
630 Morrow Avenue Holy Communion win be administered throughout the day.

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THE FLORIDA STAR inn 1' THE URBAN LEAGUE STORYBy

CLANZEL tROWN. Jr.

NEWS We proposed in the article last week that the core of the "}Ie.
'ouesuuncsaruINruanarro; pops Problem lies in the lack of a sense of community. V,
Published by the Florida Star Pub''' -ing Company SC61 hwvL1 S AIMLYATAy ,1 propose further that the major thrust of the civil rights move
t \ t 7' ments must be directed toward solutions, ofthis problem.
.. psrANAror rQn Y 4 The reasons are understandable and persuasive. In, part c:1n1:
< .u... .._ mnv..m..nt riav inoed as a reaction a-
MEMBER ti ,y M1 19 faaAPoiv
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ganist what DuBois; and others considered
?" the accomodatlon and "Uncle Toralsm" of
f Booker T.Washington.! Given the public hum!-
'
x
NEGRO
Pi
: Itatton-the abolition of segregation and the I
OIVAe" establishments of civllrlghts- had to be given
\ t top priority. Presisely because the decisive ..:
'" ..>.t in ,h. hl '... r4 thA IlIIQTO American
1. -
ERIC 0 SIMPSON -- Miiiiii E.itirIILDA r. '''i was his Inequality before the law, he bad DO
i ir choice but to make equality before the law his first ami

I Thus, the resons were inescapable u wellas understandable.,
lUlU --.Circilitiu MiiifirM r. i 4I But the results are interllectually and socially devllitatlng.
$ 1y'1y'I Becausd Negroes had no choice but to live in ann-Negfo nelgH-
$" .. ; attend aT-Negro shcooIs, Join all-Negro churches
AIM and Subs, Negro leaders became trapped into a rhetoric and
2323 tfoncrief Road Elfii 48712Milliil f1'r' rah a logic whose basic premise was that any all-Negro institutioa

U.nss ffr! ; Is per se degrading. They found themselves, therefore, unable
; to argue simultaneously aganlst Jim Crow and for the impr*
r" Wi ra f ) tance of Improving the Negro community. The result, in turn
,.1. BII 599! Ji.ksii.illi: Funds :32281Si
has been that too many Negroes, trapped into the ghetto, be-
t' JW," / 1 y came convinced that their leaders,far from trytag help them
MIAMI ''OFFICE .'' : F i were merely trying to escape from being balck. The were andare
,
; .
\r' wrong. But the fact that they are wrong It irrelevent. Tie
5011 HI 7th All. Phone 151.30191x' gap between the civil rights leader and the randk and rile
trapped in the ghetto became-and remalns-dangerously wide
*,,' i $ The .questions that Negroes must face now-for only Negroes'

SUBSCRIPTION RATES ? '&:: can find or develop the answers-is what do Negroes really mean
One Year $6.00Halt Year $4.0b'Mailed by intergratlon? Does it imply the disapperance of the Negro
to You Anywhere $n the United States community and the alWIegro churches, fraternal orders, and
Subscription payable In advance. / other institutions? Does it require the redistribution Negro -
Send check or Money Order to: population more to less evenly throutbout the white community
FLORIDA STAR P.O., BOX 599 ? Or is integration compatible with the perpetuation of a
distinctly Negro community perpetuation desirable or simply
Jacksonville; ,. Florida
,
Inevitable? What attributes of the Negro community important
to preserve Should Negroes who move into previously

Why Not Become An Audiologist t?, "HONE ARE SO BLIND, AS THOSE WHO WON'T SEE"i all-white all-Negro neighborhoods neighborhood be necessarily coup-adulated a ghetto or ?condemned Is an a11-Negro ?[san .

neighborhood school necessarily inferior?

Since the 1950', Negroes have been tilling The ansers are by no means obvious; they require a careful
----------------------- -- ------ thinking through of what It means to a Negro in the United States
the
up unemployment line's-because theylack and cfthe ways in which Negroes can best relate to whites

ed labor and professional skills. And there an to each other. The thinking through Is long overdue. Because
i achievement of integration always seemed to so taw awar, Negroes -
seems to be no let up itl! this direction: : 1 \ YOUR Weekly 1 have given too little throught to what they actually mean by

Are our high school counselors graduates I j the term-to what kind of relationships they really want with
f whites and Important with other Negroes.
.0 walk into the sunlight of equally ,
the new freedom,, I What we have just begun to understand about American society *
by, laboring at good-paying Jobs and profess is that it is dominated by the existence of shiny defined

ions? Wl' Vn;:"/ 'i Guide ethnic groups. Despite the fact that I've been using the term
Our students I Horoscope loosely, there is no "WUte American" There are only white
already know about teaching J Americans who define their position in american life at least

medicine, denistry lei: theology, and: '* *.* .*.? .. I in part through their membership in ethnic and religious groups,
small businesses. I This is not to suggest any easy paralleles between the experi-
But we want to call their : } By PABLO The ASTROLOGER I: ence of Negroes and of ghe various Europeans ethnic groups
attention to a comparatively new'car.eerwnichl\ I I There are parallels but there are Important differences u

became more prominent since World ffarfjii\ I II 'js well. It is infinitely harder for white Americans to accept the
The tact of color than it was for their father or grandfather to accept
profession grew out' of ,the need to r e- WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS' FOR the fact of ethnic differences. And It is vastly harder for

habilitate soldiers who:were made hard, o f 'I.i .' .1 Negro Americans to come to grips with their Negroness than,
hearing and deaf aswar casualities. Besides, say, for Italian-Americans to come to grips with their

,public schools in the larger cities increased : ,::1' BUSINESS.LOVE, TRAVEL say, for Italian-Americans to come to grips with their Italian-
their activities in educating the J ness. (The violent feelings that surround the terms "Negro
deaf, at _. _______ ___ ____ __________ v.. "Black" are proof enough of then) For Negroes are both
public : ------------ -
expense fAn ,.4> more of an ethnic group and less: on the one hand, their color

audiologist test hearing,. diagnose and ARIES CAKCER. LIBRA CAPRICORN makes Negroes far more identifiable than any other ethnic
evaluate hearing problems '. BORN B.C.( group; on the other hand Negroes lack the common historyand
; prescribes '. BORN SEPT.
hf'ar--
BORJTMARCH BORN J JUNE cultural traditions which members of in ethnic group slurs
ing aids, recommends deskjear trainers; ,tea- 23rd OCT. '23rd 22nd JAN. 19th by virtue of having brought them to this country.

chers speecl reading (llpreading) ) an4 counsels 21tb iP lL 19th, 22nd JULY 22nd Achievement. The building up, But that is the point: Negro-Americans were deliberately separated -
Sturdiness. The constructive of a stable home and family from their histoy and their old world Institutions by
those with hearing *;defects concerning Pf ojoct. Yd'are now well fa-' Connection. Cancerlans with views and deeds of a close ally life is the ideal objective of whites who kenw that the best way totes: ? Negroes enslaved by
their future vocationalc!careers. voted to plan,,ahead since: ; las connections In high places are best guaranties of a secure 'many. Eenefit comes In the latejeois. whites who knew that the best way to keep Negroes enslaved was
*. the surest way to get aheadUt1liz I should not, be hesitant about future of life. Banish contrary to prevent of
Jobs are available in way : Pay no heed to cynics any sense Negro community And so, to a degree
public schools* large administrative quaw.esto ; calling on them. It often Is th- ideas. The constructive who cannot see any good In unlike that of any other group, Negroes must create the sense
industrial plants, the firmed Forces, Veterans the full. This 1 Is not apt tcbe >I rought confldentail jalings. that traty ideas. It is natural to be anyone or anything. You seldom of community that alone can provide idenlty that alone can clove
Administration medical the right day for significant; t: Important advances are made restless and lpprehensive since make a mistake wjien evaluating that part of the Negro's ."Negro Problem" that is immune to
school speech of decision. You nave 1 I
; moves Second thoughts appear to be, this creates the forces that fin the trends. You are white intervention.
and hearing clinics, community and more guing' Ater tomorrow ain o' worthless and should not be allowed deter For the
mined overwhelming
agency ally add up to progress. Thlnk- to uphold status and I probability is that during this genera
speech and hearing centers, and private It the meantime :takfltntis ers, to negate previous de- it over Step up efforts for self- presage and are l1kelytosPJre tion, at least, most Negroes will live most of their lives with
pra- ie 'tJie
ctice.An could ( .way to achjevepui cisions. Carry out orginal plans bettermeit through education, no etort to Increase them.One other Negros, I.E. In predominantly Negro communities This
poses j to promote the'causaof > without wavering. A little block travel or grooming. They pro major building stone is a solid is so. I submit, for two reasons. One is the enduring racism
audiologst with thedoctroal: degree can life true love Going alone thrcugh: here and a slight objection there vide the ingredients for attracting economy and sound management of white society which now accepts the idea of Negroes workIng -
can be as retarding some are not enough to stop you in Jupiter indicates and eating next to whites but which still .
success resists
command from or obtaining other pro' some-
$15,000 to.$25,000 in bid i < as It is beneficial tor
ni
other.Cio the mlddleofanythingGoodre* te ton.! A times through to violence
chosen goals A partner can quiet days is well sometimes through flight--the idea
dustries each year, $9000 to $18,000.a n be by little feelings; As there seems to turns promised.Stop and survey furnish wisdom. Since there is stiUed to exploration of of Negroes living next door to them. The other reason, equally
nualy as a college teacher,, and from come the lined op for today,'vel- the ground you wtiU have toco- little likelihood of anything important future activities and prospects Important, is that if the experience of other ethnic groups is
$7,500 chance to clear: up>> ver. This is to find at all
necessary together relevantand
with the if the
experience of
coming up today, tackle person who other ethnic groups
to $14,000 yearly in tl' public schools,,. A old or neglected* chores' the shortest distance to main and wind up neglected chores, shares them with you. Is al relevant--and If the current mood of the ghetto Is more
big name in the field 8-10-99.14-220 objective Be methodical in than a passing whim-.a substantial
can, name bis terms '-' of all under tak 7.90.77.14.244AQUARIUS proportion of Negroes communities
salary. W ,,7K I.f 1.50.96.13.943 ings. Most other ethnic groups,after all,have chosen a sub
; t 5.40.53.17.200 stantial measure of self-segregation.
The training is rigorous and demanding The TAURUSBORN', LEO And so the unanswered question- to some extent,the unasked
trainee must be good iii anatomy < APRIL question is whether Negroes can develop a sense of community
physiology, 'V BORN JULY SCORPIO BORN JAN and of identity on some basis other tham implacable hatred d
physics of sound and e ctricitYmathematicsl everything that is white. The
answer must be
if
2011 -.; MAY 20th yes our titles
like algegebra and trigonometry, and statis- 23rd-AU6.) 22nd BORN OCT. 20th FEB. 18th are survive--If our Nation is to survive.
Solution It should be
a case Solution Older and wiser
tical mathematics. Some knowledge.., in electrical of all's well that ends well today Assurance. All contact with 24th NOV -22nd heads prevail and all should! be

engineering wouldn'- 'hurj.; But sharp differences may friends the world, loved Is a ones great andmen aid for of Calling Some who have to be sweetness adlight from then on Teacher Race Poll Questioned
croo uo tonlicht When financial
In the special field, the student must'take' .Merest: are discussed I. Don't those with high hope for them- on duty today should not regret The only thing that counts: is Wallace's
have to be Governor Lurleen
being partlcle.Costs s contantion that
courses i n audiology.*ispeec pathology, let chance Inceigle you Into tak- seleves. Learn all you can.Lend that tact when the returns instinct are considered first of inland then
and suffer no generous. The building a recent poll of Alabama parents showed a
risks nothing you'll
v' Ing even if someone: dear
phonetics, articulation J and voice pathology, acts Its losses. Borrow nothing andyou'll rises. Do not accept t offers that other factors. There always is
as mouthpiece.firm before room for compromise or working large preference for teachers of their own
psychology of deafness heaing aids evaluation Gainful endeavors realestate have debts. This chalks entail outlays of cash you
out alternatives. Two
time to scrutinize per race to teach their children came under
and have more
,, and 'auditory transactions or the search for up to greater security peace sons be when
prescription can as one
training they
and Know all angles before
new job shoulid pan out as ex- of mind. Your mind should be them. share the same beliefs faith fire from a federal judge.
lipreading, and delayed [language\ of the deaf pected. But you must not under at Its keenest madng: it pos committing usually can yourself.You rely on. Instinctsto and major purposes in life.Much, The judged wondered whether the poll prov-
en and mentally retarded, etc. s sell or oversell skills. Believein sible to engage in profitable when can be learned from allies, but
guidance
trading.Th provide right ed anything and so do
we.
or
yourself This is the sort of buying, selling
Most of all the person must, have drive,
dependability, and stick-to-it, ness, 'And,yet worries could spoil It lor you. and secrecy necessaryto questions have that up enter the mind. gather Find out exactly where Judge court to support governor'
all : : If bored you can dig up Inter- protect gains.. Make your- you differ and getto work at contea*
can succeed if they; want to. pasttlmes to pass the hour pie self scrace so as to elude anyone It's always good to obtain our once to remove cause A satisfactory tion that this was what ,parents wanted.
to have
One is amazed that so few Negroes enter this santly. ,-' trying to cut in on your side views. You appear We know full well that
formula should be no
matter
1 Old obligation shouldbe all the information or data required what the
fortune.
",e ld. { to start perfecting long found this evening poll showed, such
3-90-88-13.680 met when when presented. a proposed law was i U
Of the predominantly Negro colleges andun-, ,HfcTGEMINI r 7.70.99.15.974VIRGO range plans 6.80.88.15.73E conflict with the federal laws which order

iversities offering programs in the field of 4 60 53 19 iOO ed the desegregation of school facilities. '

hearing and speech, theylare Grambling 'College BORN- 'MAY SAGITTARIUSBORN PISCES Taxpayers let legislators and governors 'use

Southern University; Florida A'Y, University BORN AUG. NOt BORN FEB. the government's funds passing laws that"
21st, ilONE
Hampton, Hampton Institute, South Coostructlveness.: The 21st 23rd SEPT. 22nd 23rd DEC. 21st 19th MAR. 20th they know are illegal in the, first place, Re.
Carolina State Collegeland! Tennessee StateA person call, if you please
Establishment. who
,, you esteem or trust most among Those Fo dness. The vllling- Goal. A bright new goal may the old tricks pulledby
& I University ,iw senior acquaintances, is one the have made earnest efforts in ness of others to use underhand appear in themldneaven challenging the Southern states following the magnanim-
The latter named institution is presently who knows.Ask and you shall and past to Improve housing ed methods is not likely to raise you to make a stab at ous 1954 Supreme Court decision.
find. Dolnt thing without plan economic conditions can them in your eyes.Flay fair and It. It would tie well
moving into a new facility in the Graduate or preparations Is surest way expect finest results. Judge square or not at all. What you and energies to ,wujtpitithe If the citizens want subterfuges and'

Building where coursesJrTro t h undergraduateand to get nowhere. In any event, meets is sometimes erroneous have bean wishing in relationto one to deflect you troin purposeonce willing to pay for what their lav.m are-
yo tit be more efficient tomor- when there are too many peo- associations or worldly interest you have made your de ers'are'
graduate will be offered. row Decisions can wait It often ple talking and giving uMc may now come to pass. cision. Those who try may do doing we suggest to the legislatorst o; g o
Race is no barrier to becoming an audiologist Is when someone says it Walt until alone to figure thingsout. Expect loyalty from loved ones. so for personal benefit. You ahead and play around twittling ;
$K*, can't be done that yon feel com This should be an unusually There Is not much likely to happen have many advantages, besides thumbs. "
pilled to prove it can. A com interesting and active day with to disturb serenity today outstanding skills,' too proced
blaatlon of logic ingenuity aM both good and bad news taking ?ou could 'M interested Th "a fearlessly to a chosen destlna- THIS WEEK IN NEGRO HISTORY
turns. Handle monetary mat special TV show tonight Ifs with
versatility provides correct tlonSpend money restraint.
Make Your formula. There may have been ters without any aid from any wiser to go to the top when Those with connections win find Sept. 28,1951 of Dr.the Ralph United J. Bunche appointed undersecretary
Nations.
body or in secrecy, when nec- information related the
enough excitement yesterday to requiring to road smooth. Pause In order -
29.1784 African
First
Sept. lodge of Tree
hold you over for toeay, Attendto essary. Frequent the friends investments, tax matters, or to obtain a breather or a Masons establish
details or' chores that need 1 who lift spirits rather than those curity. Be insistent avoid vi.tal fresh outlook. There is BO reason ed Hall in the United States at Boston, with Prince
Vote Count who depress. It may be selfish ohe as leader.
doing.9.90.44.W.700". questions why you and dear should,
but it's essential. Sept.,30.1893 Booker T. Washington wedded for third Urn
94999.14.798 3.30.32.18.545 five up pleasurers.. His bride was Miss Maggie James Murray.
.8.60.55.19.389 Fisk (Nashville) university graduate.P1 .



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'."the.W. National School !I Lunch Week Will Be October 8 to 15 D vcl Couity Negro College



cove.lea I cull) President Johnson Gives Vincent S. Dawkins Receives Commendation Medal Slanlon, Vocational Find Drive Helps 33 SchoolsThe

Duval County United Negro College Fund drive received

Proclamation For Schools Cited By Air Force Plans HomecomingThe an enthuslastrlc sendoff when, recently plans were completed
educatloal
for "advancing and accelerating opportunities -
This year nearly 20 milliou chlldren-more than ever beforewill NORTON AIR FORCE BASE, Homecoming Committee for disadvantaged ,outh" by more than 30 prominent
.. be served low cost or free lunches under the Na. CALIF,Vincent S. Dawkins, of Stanton Vocational of which civic and business leaders of Jacksonville, in the con-
I tional School Lunch Program, More than 71.000 elementary son of Mr. and Mrs Ralph 'Mrs F.P.McGee is chairman, ferenct room of a local newspaper.This .
a bas set Ifs annual homecoming
and secondary schools take part In the program.In Dawkins, Sr. 7024 Ken Knight festivities beginning with the year's chairman is James that it endeavors to raise the
recognition of the value and the achievements of the National Drive East, Jacksonville, recently Coronation of Miss Vocational Cameron. Secretary oft theWlnn_ critical ten-percent of the bud
1.xQ School Lunch Program President Lyndon B.Johnson has received the United States shcools.
October 5, 8.00 p.m. in the Dixie Stores Foundation. Mr. gets of there 33
proclaimed the week of October 8, 1961 as National School Air Force CommendationMedal school auditorium. Candidatesfor Cameron announced than the
!able Lunch Week. The theme for this year's observance ls"School at Norton AFB, Califor Miss Junior Duvftl County Campaign will to
Lunches Teaches Good food Habits." During National school nia. l MlssSophmore,
ilnulgh. ModelOn
!, Miss Senior Miss Homecoming conducted by 50 volunteers who Fashion
lunch week, schools in every part of the nation will feature Airman Dawkins distinguished Mrs. Vocational, and Miss Vocational will solicit $35,000 as part ofthft
chew special activities centered around the schoollunchroom. himself by meritorious serviceas ( goal
have been selected \
sad Throughout these activities, the educational and nutritional a food specialist in Blnh by d $nattnnal00preanlsaUonfs,
the various homerooms
and
utloonble aspects of the school lunch will be emphasized. Thuy AM, Vietnam. He was-, I .... I .. The campaign Is being opened
will be elected
by popular vote
>>
therefore, cited for his out. simultaneously in 250 communities
"
Now In its twenty-first year work for the health and well- standing professional skin and I September 25. All winners except In the nation.Money raised
props- the Program remains an effective being of the Nation's children. initiative. I H'J : Miss Vocational! will be by the drive will be used to

.1 be. example of how Federal Over the past several yearswe Dawkins Is not at Norton with .1;: j .; ;/ ', ",' .notified immediately after t h e assist S3 Independent,fully-ac
votes have
State and local agencies can have Invested more than $1 the Military Clrllft Command been tallied, me credited, predonlmantly Negro
:e billion to bring school lunch which provides global airlift, Airman First Class Vincent SJJawklns son of Mr. and winner of the Miss Vocational Colleges These schools cur-
Dawkins 7024 Ken Drive E. Jacksonville contest will be revealed at the R; pJL
Adult Checker and nutritional programs to the air rescue, aeromedlcal aero- Mrs. Ralph Knight rently enroll 34,601students and
, 1rile children of our cities. medical evacuation,air weather is shown above after he received the United States coronation. serve all American youth with-
Air Force commendation Medal at Norton AFB Calif. He is The candidate for the following
The also makes ,
Program good and air photographic and geodetic out regard to race, color or
vide Club To Be helping to concer farm pro services for the United States now at Norton with the Military Airlift Command. Colonel titles are: Miss Sophmore, Brenda creed,
rOil ducts into meals for children forces. William FStewart, Base Commander, presents and pins the Davis, SaraCroomer, Mon
mean Organized Here many of whom might otherwise A graduate of the New Stanton Medal-.Photo Special to Florida Star. airs Cobb, Marilyn Goodrich, Chairman Camerson said"the
egro support of this community -
have gone hungary. High School Airman Dawkins Lillie Collier and Velma Cook generous
, aadNe. AU adults) checker! players are This year, in addition, about also attend the Big Bend Community Miss Junior, Smell Zelner, Is absolutely essential'If
invited to Salena Murtay, Joan Peay, and these schools are to continue
a special meeting at 100,000 children selected College of Moses Lake
mg.ofa the Earths While Community hools will be serve breakfast Washington Colonel William F. Mary Kinsey; Miss Senior, Ja- their dynamic progress to improve -

Center Saturday at 8 p.m. The In shcool under a pilot program Stewart Air Base Commander, New YMCA Held ckquellne Holloman, Dora Butler education programs and Friday, October 6, at St.
nplynor.. purpose of the meeting is to authorized by the Child Nutrition ,made the award.Edward. "' __'=_tIo-.:: _-__ LCp' pr Carol .Collier, Gloria Ro provide scholarship aid for" Paul AME Church at I p.m. the
,, nearly 19,000 needy students
: organized a city-wide checker Act of 1966. be"tsOllM1Is Homecoming annual Fashion Exquisite will to
usl li club. There are still 9 million child Waters Evelyn Menter, Linda Mitchell Dr. Richard V.Moore, State presented for the benefit of Women's
I? ( Vloletta Miller Lydia Stevens Director of the Fund, and President .
. During a meeting at the Center ren attending schools which .. Day. Among models ap
of
BeUmne Cookroan.
recently the following per have no school lunch program. Mr. Vocational Robert William pearing will be Mrs. Ethel Spear
.Ne..M sons expressed an interest in That number Includes one mil.. Lawerence Iszard Riley De- College, Daytona Beach.. indicated in the picture above,and Eyvet-
organizing such a club: Hubert, lion poor children who should Fall Semester nard. Robert Rivers, and Miss; that Bethune -Cookman, te room: Kyung George and
orient
3taites E.Eryant: Nathaniel FSmlth, be receiving lunch at little or no Vocational, Paula Robersonj thepartlcipatlngcoUeges Stephany Henderson. Tickets ,
! Edward Wright, Garfield Maddox coast. Thus, while deserved recognition Viola Johnson, Barbara Jordan, is aiding more than 100 students may be secured at St. Paul and

1l13eNe. and Samuel LJ\ose.) being given our progress Gets Underway end Mary Sampson.Congressman fro, m more Duval than County$50,000, woo 1 to financial recelve at Bob's Record Shop. The pu-
we cannot be wholly satIsfied lie Is Invited.
Civil Service aid.
1 by until these needy young Edward Waters College began- Bennett I.H.
Burney co-chairman of
4'lth people are also being assisted. its fall semester 'ondarys ,
Lists New JobsThe then campaign President of the
In of the value and U. S.
recognition ember 11, according to college Lists Academy Exams. Afro-American Life Insurance Buy
Civil Service Commission achievements of the School officials, New faculty membersare Jacksonville .
1arm Compnay, point.
has announced that applications Lunch Program, the Congressby from the Unlversitu of ""iE US. Rep. Charles E. Bennettof ed out that the Fund the first Bonds
Il1t. are being accepted for the following a Joint resolution of October Mississippi, Howard, Minnesota Jacksonville has announcedthat education chest in America and Sayings
occupations: ,,9, 1962, has designated the seven and from Ragdad, Iraq. Oscar the competitive Civil Ser-
'ast
1. Audlologlst-Speech Pathologist -day period' ginn1ng on the J. Edwards will director vice examination for those interested -
'[p' grades CS-7 through G- second Sunday of October in fo students. He informer Dade BI In applying for an appointment SISTER BESSIE'
12, at entrance salary ratesof each year as National School County school system Counse to the U.s. Military EVERY HEADING
riu $6,451 to $12,064 'per year. Lunch Week, and has requestedthe lor. Academy U.s. Naval Academy, tREE.CANDCE: WITH
Positions to be filled are in President issue annually A former faculty members, U.s. Air Force Academy and
the various Federal agencies in a proclamation callinf for the Mrs. Dorothy CAlther, returnsto U.S. Merchant Marine Academy She will read your entire life-fast,present and
u. the Washington, D.C., metro for the obsercance of that week. the social science department will be held on Saturday, November future. She asks no questions but will tell you j
for politan area and in Veterans Now, therefore, I Lyndon B. Mrs. Brilla Stevens will serve 4,1967.Bennett what you want to know, giving date and facts of :
all, Administration installations Johnson, President the United as supervisor of interns. > said that all legal re- business, love, health and family affairs. Will!
elr throughout the UJ5. and in States of America,. call upon The college opens its 1967 sweats of the Third Congressional help you find lost art. TELL you whom you will t
Puerto Rico.Applcants the people of the United Statesto football season'by entertainingPaul District (Duval County) ,marry and when. If the one you love Is true, what J,
lJI.TO will be examined observe the week beginning Q-i'rm College in theGa- who will be at least age 17 and to do to to successful.Will reunite the separated,
:roth on their education and experi Oct. 8, 1961 as National School tor Bowl Saturday. Coach Martin : ,not over age 22 at the time of locate absent friends and relatives, and cause
1 ence without taking a written Lunch Week with ceremoniesand has a squad of 78 including iil entry In July 1967 are eligible. happiness between man and wife. Make up -
taeclc {I test. activities designed to Increase 56 veterans. Osborne Long- Application should be made to lover's quarrels. Tells sickness or bad luck is IHarft Mnatural
2. Computer Technician and public understanding worth, quarterback, John Mc. l him at 352 Federal Building, enemines, evil influence and bad luck. Does not tell
'rt Computer Operator, grades GS- awareness of the significance of Claln, linebacker, and Willie Jacksonville on or before Oct. to please you but will tell the truth.One visit will repay you for;
rle. I I through' C6-9, at entrance the National School Lunch Pro.. Wright fullback, have return to ober I, 1961, in order that pro disappointments in all others I not only read your life like an
salary rates'of $5,331 to $7, gram to the child, to the home, the roster. .-- per arrangements can be made open book but 1 also help you out of your TROUBLES. Com
.
696 per year. Most of the to the farm, to Industry, and The balace of the football schedule Norman T. Urquhart is showncongrarulatug Lawrence V. for those who wish to take this and see why you are so unhappy, when everything seems to g o
1 Jobs to be filled from this to the Nation. follows: September 23, Jones,newly appointed Branch Exectuvle of the Johnson Branch examination. wrong. WHY be sad and downhearted,sick and worried when you.
by exam are In Federal agenciesIn In witness whereof, I have Morris: September 30 Wiley; ymca. )Jones comes to the 'Y' posltlonwith a ten-year .background Congressman Bennett said that can be helped and everything made clear by consulting. TllSGIFTED
ascc the Washington, D.C., area. hereunto set my hand this Ocotber 7, Savannah State; Oct. In the school system. A native of this city, Jones, is a there will be two vacancies at MEDIUM! Everybody welcome. NO MAIL ANSWERED.I .
but a few positions in foreign thirtieth day of August in the 14 Albany State ; Ocotober 21, member of Tabernacle Baptist Church, Kappa Alpha Pst Fraternity the Military Academy; one vacancy make no house calls. Don't mistake the address, SISTER.
58 countries and in other partsof year of our Lord nineteen hun Mississippi Valley; Octber- and ;active in numerous civic endeavors. at the Naval Academy;two BESSIE is located north of Callahan on U.s. 'I 1, 1/2 mile froiq

veto the United States may be dred and sixty-seven, and of 23 Miles Memorial; November Urquhart, former Branch Executive, has accepted posltlonof vacancies at the Air Force Academy City,of CALLAHAN, Florida. Phone 8792250. HOUSE
filled where no appropriate examination the Independence of the United 11 Kentucky State November Branch Executive-BrooklandPark Branch YMCA, Richmond, ; and eight nominations to WATCH FOR HER SIGN IN FRONT OF
has been announced. States of America the one hun 18 West Liberty State. Virginia. the Merchant Marine Academy Across the Street from SPORTSMAN MOTEL
1. No written test Is dren and ninety-second. to be Open dally 8 a.m. to 10 p.m., Including Sundays
required. ** ** FLORIDA STAR PHOTO by; BOB SMITH made as a result of this
!IIi Applicants will be examined r examination :TUB CLIPPING ENTITLES YOU TO A $5 READING for .$2

on education and experience.
II 3. Illustrator, grades CS-5
<. through GS-12, at entrance sal-
',. aries of $5,331 to $10,927 per
& year. This examination will be
IF used to fill Jobs principally In .
'BIT"'C' ; '.*' fft .
the metropolitan Washington, i : ,
.
9a ,'!
''Se D.C., area, but may be used r < f ?. '
to fill a few positions in other ,

,I.. ," parts overseas of the where United no appropriateexam States wd SATURDAY SPECIAL! i .J f a t' /

exists.Applicants .
d will not requiredto

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t be rated on experience, train :
s ing, and samples of their work j:4
NOTE: The exams listed above
will be open until further notice.
:. The exams listed below seven-pc. ,
," will close October 5, 1967, g
meaning that applications must v
be postmarked or received before living
I midnight October 5.
4. Maritime Safety Speclllst, '
1 grades CS-9 and GS-H, at en,:
trance salaries of $7,698 to room i
$9,221! per year. Positions to .t'
be filled from this examination
are in the Bureau: of Labor
Standards, U.S. Department of
Labor, and are located throughout e Wm
the United States.
Candidates will be examined on
r the basis of experience and $169
training. No written test is required.

1 d,
5. Mediator, grades CS-11 and a '
1 GS-12 at entrance salaries of n f

. $9,221! and $10,927 per year. TODAY-9 TO 5:30
This exam will be used to fill
'departmental positions in the
i National Mediation Board,
.. SOFA MATCHING THREE TABlES "
CHAIR
Washington, D.C. While headquartered -, ,
in Washington, per- TWO LAMPS-ALL FOR ONE LOW PRICE! '

sons appointed as Mediators wft"na
, will be required to perform a took again! it'* hard to believe that such a dramatic .'ei _, a +
considerable amount of travel. room grouping can b* your at such a low price but ifs a c s- y ,"'
No written test Is required.A true! The massive sofa and 'large, comfortablo chair aro vp- a 4 4
preliminary review of each holstered with nylon frieze in your choice of Mvoal imart ti ,r r ,t '
candidate's training and experience decorator color The look lint of two matching stop tables v+ n
will be made. After this and long coffee table are highlighted by rich walnut finish .' ,
review, applicants will be notified two smart lamp odd the finishing touch to this group Pr j f I, ? '
1 as to whether they meet < < truly outilandmg 'in qualify, design and value! ,
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the basic requirements for a

specific grade. As vacancies FREE PARKING EASY TERMS FREE DELIVERY
occur, the qualifications oft
those who meet the basic requirements
will be evaluated in I $, ,, :
relation to specif positions to A
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be filled and the ,tames of the unninqnam's
best qualified candidates will
be referred for / onslderation. '
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on many different forms Junior Mtu ttiqufttt,
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or an amateur theatri
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kt : : : or play director you" party last Saturday. By the time wear shoes that are cut a little r
foes I have your com all the rutsts bad arrived I higher on the side. When your
:or fellow thespians gath fell Ilk* a jacll.la-tbe.boL .. It feet look smaller you'll\ find that
at your" home. always necessary to stand wbta you think of them that way
evening meetings and re an older person enters the and you won't stumble over

i ,when you will refreshments want to serve are room? them! Jr. Z&1
that la not only quick A. You were right to stand as Q. My clothes look so dull
s:1b the guests entered. Even when and drab. Everything hat's .taatyle
:: as you're not a hostess, it's polite BOW Is bright colored.
: r : r Coffee is .- stand to an older
: to greet per How can I bring my wardrobe
wel son when one enters the room. up to date without spending a
espe Remain standing until he is lot of money?
when It i '>l'I. seated, unless his attention is
In ex diverted after an introduction A Mix things up a bit) Color
Kaleidoscope-patterned pure wools explode with drink or greeting And when you'revililina combinations create the latest
I. color and spontaneity of design in an endless I drinks a friend, rise when his fashion look. So, to bring last
because
printA for day and eveningwear. Instant Maxwell they House com mother or father enters the year's clothes up ,to date, separate
"Tha Scene Shifters,"in v rftatllo D' Wool" georgette, with ice cream and fruits room. Of course, there's no your matching outfits and
new editions of weight- plisse, sheer soft a two-In-one refresh need to stand each time if the wear tops from one outfit with
lens "Naked Wool" are fresh wools, aleck, supple dessert and coffee. same person keeps going in and skirts or slacks from another
frco-whccling color-atruck mcsh-hke leno Instead of a green skirt with a
clothes net to go meticulously hand-crochetlooks. .' Hawaiian Coffee out.Q.. green sweater, try it with a red, tr\
I have big feet Every time .
any-place, anywhere -
any-time deftly printed on airy blue or gold one. Instead of a
I'm at school dance I'm
this drink in email a ,
with design and polka-dot blouse with a solid Y n
tides of popularity you can use punch cups .afraid III stumble over them. ,
In-ruRhlng liantly defined to color skirt, combine it with a
for print and pattern in fluid silhouette or demitaase cups. If your I just dont know what to do. striped or plaid skirt. You'll ( j .
faahlon stir up refreshing; foil to solid monotony.Pattern don't hold either, use Can you think of anything? find clothes arent so dull, '
your
waves of color, in styles for interest glasses A. You can do what'models after all! c';
traas oceanie travel as well as and Instant quality
tags, dots do. They know how to make
for new nifrht-wamfcrlnjr, dinner I waves, plays optical Far
water large feet look smaller with ( mart tntvurt lo yourfitHlioin
theatre and at-home wools. follows the long, .
chilled pineapple juice their shoes Light and bright etc ttttint, itiqtutti
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Refined! constructions and innovations of art nouveau, goes coffee ice cream,softened colored shoes will make your eed hasty, weiteor the free
formal I'ernlan
in weave have"Naked pro bursts into vibrant pineapple chunks feet look larger than they are booklet, "Art You l. The :
duced whlupcrlight ( al) Dark ones will minimize their Knouif" seed four tutu tnttJJrtil
cherries (optional) size and attract less attention.If lo KimbirlyCUrkCorp. )
I BIG GAME instant coffee In your feet are long, wear Box JJ1-P,Ntnuh, WU.M9374 .
Stir in pineapple juice shoes with a strap across the )
cream Serve in punch
Send) niirwlf"n a safari this fall! ply or elax>rately lo suit with minted pineapple
"lliR game hunting hal heroine lug A reproduction of an and maraschino cher Patio Potato Salad R.271 I/
i name decoration and any room lain is lest set lIfT by a caned speared on stirrers or
(Makes 6 to 8 servings)
i on a lively sense of arKrnlnrc with looking frame Makes 4-2/3
.. cups or 9 8 cups (about 6 medium) 1 tablespoon bacon fat or Sixes '2.20Nl'w
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lirarskm wisher elephant or out
a run So wt on a
cubed butter
cooked peeled
a fake fur led! or soda throw for faOuon and fun!
potatoesVu 1 tablespoon flour diets with! slenderizing; prinerM lines in the bodice
To rumpleIr the picture, wall pictures on your walls arc "Gaming" Table iKO-plece
trophies arc a mud' But, sincemounted port to far off lands cup chopped green 1*/ teaspoons salt accented by labs at the hip-lmr. The stand-way neckline is most
water Iniflalo heads are Ml Kilimanjaro, the entertainment may pepper 1 teaspoon paprika effective with itt center front buttons and tab interest. Attractive
."arrr,lack, fur framed pit mm thai !ics, or Alaskan foremost in your mind / cup chopped onion V4 teaspoon cayenne pepper in wool, silk or linen.
transport you to the African veld. give (he room a roman during friends the gather evening at; how your 1 cup crumbled(about fried 10 slices bacon) 1'/ cups undiluted! Carnation Price OO-R-271 is available in sixes 12.14,16.18,20. Size
The Picture and Frame Institutesuggests your pretend safari table Evaporated Milk of 44 inch fabric. Standard measurementsfor
the popularity of Vi cup vinegar 14 lake 2% yards body
I pit C'IIIII'I of wildlife hung seeing. Fishermen Mill Asst.'P has Increased much 1 cup ((4 ounces) shredded
ao size 14 are: Bunt 34, Waist 26, !Hips I 36.
aiming your name clean| and totems is l big game in the family usually has at process: American cheese ; ,
for the most realistic "safe deed, if your favorite one favorite. At your next
safari' A tour of |print and picture chides a lake or the ask each couple I to Combine potatoes, green pepper, onion, bacon and vine Send One Dollar for pattern, plus 5 cents for postage, in cash ur
dealers is iiirr in turn up just the on your walls Kill lake : their favorite I game gar Melt bacon fat or butter in saucepan Stir In flour check. No Stamps. For First.Class mailing, send 15 cents extra. Add
right beast fierce or friendly. year round : When guests and games and seasonings. Gradually add Carnation, stirring over One Dollar if you wish NEW AUSTINE LA MAR PATTERN BOOK
,have each
trained arc widely available Scouting for framed group
at pictures department, Riftariety "big game" room select a game to play. low heat until thickened. Add cheese Stir until melted. #complete selection of High Fashion designs including ALL
stores or picture and frame shops' .acUenture your ituclf!, now the course of the eve Add to potato mixture. Toss lightly until blended. Serve bcat. ellen. Send to AUSTINE LA MAR Fashion Pattern (name of
in a range of ,pni C'rl. armed with decorating plan to circulate the Immediately with your! favorite meat balls, sliced baked your newspaper), Box 1615 C.P.O., New York N.Y. 10001. Print
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FRESH VEGETABLES ARE OURBUDGBrNING


I HARVEST TIME TREAT Boo! Brisket! Roast With y


Harvest time equation: An abundance The expert cook hOWl that the TO EAML "
of green and golden fresh secret to delicious vegetable dishes Potatoes And Onion Gravy "A'

vegetable plus eronoqpcal price ii In proper "&IOning. For variety, --- I-w mr aeo AAA AA Ash,
equal good eating for the entire try (tangy lemon juiqe,using. !he bot :
family tied variety .

And to take advantage of the Since bottled lemon juice ti reconstituted Creamed And I
Shrimp Eggs
plentiful crop, here are tome.helpful you ran alwayi be surer Ii
tipi on how to buy and prepare ,( in strength. and, uniformity And __ i
fresh vegetables it'i perfect for ralt>ri ountera and
thine trying to preserve their wantlinei -
Buy them in teawndo not buy .
vegetable that are old, weathered,
The handy plastic "lilting"
moldy or bruited, und<'rripe or overripe
tquecie lemons are ideal for those
There u no saving'in thif Cau "
liflower should be while and firm, who wish to add their own lemon sus I '"--1

with no bli'miihri. Leafy vegetable Juice to vegetable, right at the table 1vtt
should be criip Peas and beam They can be ai much a part of .
your table letting ai sugar and tall y'aJ'A' ,
should have a crisp| pod, Buy vegetable r+t
of medium lire and regular Here it one recipe for an intrigue ,
lhapeWaih, ing vegetable dish, called Lemony
Skillet Salad, a quick and unusual
all fresh vegetable. even method of preparation
if they look clean A vegetable brush
i. almost a neeeuily Many vegetable LEMONY SKILLET SALAD w r

!, particularly of the bud, head 1 10-ctinc* pac o,. bronco HIM w, ,,,tllsa .n
and fruit type, should he immersed
beam,tooted4cupshr.ddedcabb.g. ,
in old salt water for one.half hour --. -
before rooking This' freshens the Brisket beef ii a thrifty, tasty cut that all meat, no waste.
fiber and drive out any insects that 2 cups grated carrot You add the good eating of (arm-fresh mealy Russet potatoes; Yr
have taken refuge ID crcvicei. './0 cup butttrU carrots and onion I'IVand you have a delicious, satisfying dinner
.
Be sure to select the
newly harvested Russet potatoes from
K.oUmon Imbed Lemon Juice
In Clicking vegetables, baking i. cup Washington State famous farms because this choice variety ingrown
the belt method to preserve vitamins Salt and popper to taste In mineral.rich lava soil that lends extra flavor and the
and mineral Waterless cooking u Important energy-building nutrients you want your family to
Melt butter in ikillct
a heavy .r Lenten meals need not be dreary. Today supermarket shelves
enjoy. Washington describe these Russets '
next no minerals are lust and thelens Add growers all purpose, tti
'' vegetables, putting cabbage on excellent for baking boiling or roasting and In are tilled with canned and frozen convenience food Items With a
0'il.min. U almost ai low ai appetizing cesty
nutiidt of skillet, then Carroll, with salads little Ingenuity and forethought, they ran be trannlormed and Incorporated
in baking limai in renter Cook until lender Into delectable! dishes Whether you are a meat-once a-
Boiling dues the moil damage to Add Realx-mon hotttid lemon juice S to I large Washington I taps, salt day person or not, you welcome a change In the pare of mid.
egetablei and should Iw used least and uaioningi This will servo 6 Russet" potatoes ft tip pepper "No-r-akeCake":: Instant Pudding Icebox Cake Inter menleCreamed ) .
"ft.n. to 8. U to U small carrots tbnps. cooking oU **** Creamy Instant Filling Shrimp and Eggs In such a change of pare The horse-
I/i to tt> Ibs brisket of beef j medium large onion. When you know folks are coming, It'. time to bake a cake. radish adds ting, the parsley adds color and a subtle hint of flavor,.
Mae. paprika Ise either canned frozen cooked Fold and
or shrimp eggs shrimp
yt cup water
I Sauce-Able' Chlcke'-; S tb pl. flour For a summertime treat serve Instant Pudding Icebox Cake, Into the slppy white sauce, then turn Into a greased baking dish
Supper a great "no-bake cake" Idea Instant and the
Peel pudding new for Top with a crisp halo of buttered corn flake crumbs and pop Into the.
leave potatoes and cut Into halves lengthwise Peel carrots and ten whipped t topping make it a cinch to prepare oven for about 25 minutes
whole.Measure Set aside I In cold water Blend flour, paprika, salt and Released by general Goods Kitchens Add a crunchy cole slaw, and some chilled canned fruit and
pepper. tbsp and set aside. Dust meat with remaining
seasoned flour and brown well on all sides( In cooking oil Remove General Food Products used: Birds Eye Cool whip non-Dairy rookies, and you have a truly easy Lenten meal

skins from onions and cut Into thin rounds Add onions and water whipped topping Jell-o Instant Pudding. CREAMED SHRIMP AND EGOS
to meat. Cover tightly, and bake In moderate oven (350T) 2Vi Courtesy of )Urds Eye Cool W;Ip Ken-Dairy Whipped Topping
hours. Arrange potatoes cut side down around roast. Cover and and Jell-o Instant Pudding." J/j cup butttr or margarine 2 cups coarsely chopped,
bake for 20 mine Then add carrots and cover Bake additional / cup flour cooked cleaned shrimp
20 mine or until vegetables test tender-crlap. Remove meat, PARTY RAISIN MERINGUES 2 cups milk 2 tablespoons chopped parsley
potatoes and carrots to serving platter. Stir In reserved tablespoon 1 teaspoon sin/'t '/i cup Kellogn Corn Flake
seasoned flour Into Juices and onions In bottom of pan S egg white* (V teanpoon vanilla 54 teaspoon pepper Crumbs (packaged corn
and cook over medium heat until thickened. Serve gravy with /t< teaspoon salt 1 cup quick cooking oats 2 teaspoons grated horseradish flake crumbs)
sliced meat and potatoes Makes 6 to 8 generous servings J/j cup sugar 1 cup flaked coconut 4 hard-cooked eggs, coarsely 2 tablespoons butter or

1 cup California seedless rice Melt butter; stir In flour, Add milk slowly, stirring constantly
Saucy Pineapple Pork Chops raisins Cook until thickened, stirring occasionally. Stir In salt, pepper and
Beat egg whites with salt until stiff; gradually beat In sugars. horceradlsh Fold In eggs, shrimp and parsley. Spread In greased
Fold In remaining Ingredients Drop by teaspoonfuls onto unglazed 10 x Inch baking dish or shallow casserole Combine Corn Flake
<< paper on baking sheet Bake in slow oven (300 degrees F) Crumbs and melted butter Sprinkle over shrimp mixture Bake In
30 to 35 minutes Remove from paper with spatula at once Makes moderate oven ((350 F.) about 25 minutes or until thoroughly
t i r 3 dozen meringues heated Serve at one. Yield: ( servings"YOUR


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movable feast. Egg.washed and lightly coated with realt-std- e1D BUYS MORE
peppered pancake mix, Sauce.able Supper a
beautiful brown Carry It out to the porch or patiowhere a ; v e
tangy tomato-green pepper sauce watt in a warmer, and you AT YOUR BANKER
have the mainstay of a memorably delicious Informal dinner, I
Sauce Individual servings to satisfy Individual tastes. Serve
with French fried potatoes and a platter of cooked, chilled t FOOD STORE"THROUGH
vegetables topped with your favorite dressing For dessert! try QUANTITY SPECIALS GOOD
melon .? filled.with fresh fruit sherbet icopps O'i",/+rt islet SATURDAY
'<, ''Make* "4'serVIng*'I.! ,'."'.'.* ,,me, 'flu! :1! '," RIGHTS RESERVED

BAKED CHICKEN: SAUCE:

1 egg /t cup chopped anion SWIFT PREMIUM SLICEDBACON
1 tablespoon water t tablespoons butter or

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teaspoon sugar pork chop dinner There no need to brown the chops Simply
Dash
pepper l teaspoon dry mustard arrange them In a baking dish and cover with the flavorful pineapple
melted butteror
t tablespoons sauce As they bake the chops become moist and tender
margarine Each Is gaily topped with a perky slice of canned pineapple. --
Heat oven to moderate (350F). For baked chicken combine They're' delicious to serve with noodles '

egg and water. Dip chicken pieces in egg wash. Combine pancake 1 (pound 4/f-ounce) can 1 'finely chopped onion BASKET
mix salt and pepper in paper bag Shake chicken, a few pieces pineapple slices | large loin pork chop.
at a time, in bag until piece are well coated. Place chicken in Orange juice flinch thick) :
greased baking pan; brush with butter Bake In preheated oven >4 cup sherry i GG'Sm DOZ. 39
teaspoon salt
(350P) about itt hour or until tender beef
1 (lOJ/-ounce) can Ill CTNS.
For sauce, saute' onion and green pepper in butter Add broth teaspoon thyme
remaining ingredient; simmer about 20 minutes, stirring occa: S UWenpoon lemon Juice cup "d currant jelly
sionally. Serve over baked chicken. tablespoon corn.Urchpepper
". 1 finely chopped green .
1 tablespoons water
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I ,'JI'j' Combine drained from with ;
syrup pineapple orange Juice sherry
Picturesque Luncheon Begins broth lemon Juice, green pepper and onion. Arrange chops In
J 13x9x2.Inch baking dish Sprinkle with salt and thyme Pour
liquid around chops Bake uncovered In hot oven (425 degrees F).
With Chive Cottage Cheese 50 minute.. Break up jelly with fork and stir Into pan liquid. SHORTENING HI. CAN 49cLIMIT
Turn chops and bake 10 minutes longer, Combine cornstarch
Picturesque Is the word for a tomato and hard cooked egg with water and blend Into pan liquid. Top each chop with pine
luncheon menu that begins with For a change of pace spoon apple slice, arrange remaining slices'around meat Continue
mounds of Chive Cottage some Chive Cottage: Cheese over .
creamy about
baking 10'mlnutes until chops are fork tender and gravy Is
Cheese on a bed of crisp leaf lettuce hot, precooked broccoli and broil thickened Makes 6
servings
garnished with pretty red until bubbly. Or add '/. cup to any ONE PLEASE WITH $$5.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER

radish roses basic muffin recipe and bake In MEAL BRIGHTENER ,SOUP STARTERTry
To keep calories low and eye the usual manner.
appeal high, this Is served with Chive Cottage Cheese ls IdealIn For a quick refresher which adds three tricks with canned
dark graham rolls and colorful an open faced sandwich on rye appeal to family meals, pop a soup: LIMIT ONE PLEASE WITH J5.00
Tomato Stacks, made with slices rye .or. pumpernickel, garnished c olorful paper dynner\ napkin into I Hat eanntd FA B 49 C
of juicy red tomato, hard cooked with anchovy filets It's also good i he empty glut at each placeietting with tomato 111 coup teaipooii OR MORE FOOD ORDER
memory -
for fresh tomatoes
egg and stuffed green olive u a stuffing or Tram} new Kleenex dinner napkins to a eat. GIANT SIZE
Complete In nutritive value and as an accompaniment to fresh i il p ,avocado green with royal bluer '
wedge I Heat canned black beat
moderate In calorie content. pear .red soup
Chive Cottage Cheese Is an all California Prune Huffed with' s tan> orange placeman. Try Per wlthatutalletpooxioicooking /
Chive Cottage Cheese make an '' blue double layer dinner nap. ,
season dish. And the subtle, onion. ihtrry
like flavor of the chopped chives interesting,> ;variation for this pop: *ins with a while tablecloth, or aorru I Add 1ft
contrast deliciously with the fresh .,ular appetiser .t< a Chinese_red tablecloth or' to cock can of protesttheen vegetable 4 TO ,
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II MIAMI BEACH, Fla.--Preparatioa '- /'

of some 20,000 acres t\Jjf,. \0
Over the ;.,,
for winter tomatoes on \
mainland ft few miles south oi ;

Miami Beach be&1Jllln Septe {

I ber. If all goes well, farmer f( .
MiamiMIAMI expect IobarYlltupto8OOOooa: x '

bushels! during the season thai

E extends until April. .
BEACH,Fla.-.In 1912

an Indiana millionaire arrived MIAMI BEACH, Fla.-Otca '1
more or less by chance tor a slonally swimmers find small l lI 1
vacation In the little town of octopuses stranded along the lI I

Miami on Biscayne Bay. more remote South Florida I

An active, Imaginative, sue beaches. Although general!; I

la cessful, restless and young more urban services of all I
Carl G.Fisher foundSouth '
man,
Florida a pleasant place for a kinds.
Many Ideas are being con \ H
winter holiday and intriguing la
sidered.! There's the project
1 its development posslbllltes.
only on paper as yet, of build-
Fisher discovered the fishingwas
tar a whole new beach. This
great and a half-completed contemplates
pumping in sand
wooden bridge leading from some eastward of the famed ocean-

I& offshore islands variously front hotel row. It entails
called Miami Beach and Ocean
the moving of millions of tons
Beach toward the mainland.He .
.aa ,
of sand, at a cost of millions
found the bridge was a pro-
,of dollars truly a Fisher-size
ject of John S, Collins, who was undertaking

farming on the Islands and City officials would like to "
IH3
needed a better way of transporting see a major marina built, alon In an wnthuslastoc 19 year old welder went oat! and

1 r his crops to the main- with a cruise-ship port. A bought i shiny new electric guitar, an amplifier, a year's I
land than barges and a tugboat. ,monorail system for fast and simply of guitar picks and extra strings, and drove his toneighbors -
He learned two other things: easy getting about within the dsaap-lir to distraction as he set out to teach
Kitchen has made his muchberaldedintruci into televlsoa -
Dan lar bill, and climbed aboard an that Collins hadrun out of money uuse.? IU piay.Wes .
I and his 'image as predlceted. Is certainly different East-bound freight Duke Ellington Is to complete his bridge and that city Is under study. Work already Montgomery did not know
scans and their
has begun to more emphasized displeasure
other black actor currently In a regular role on the
from any Once in New York, be decidedto Collins and some associates that he not only could masterthe
than double the site of the by calling the police,
tube. keep going all the way to Lon- Guest Artist OR believes their Islands could be 16,000-seat Convention hall. Instrument and go on to more than once. In fact my
don and at the London Aca- become the of
study resort.Within the
"Shorty. developed as a king Jazz gui
Ifs not a Sidney PolUer or Fifty years ago Miami Beach! wife complained\ as loudly as
But It is the other Don Mitchell demy, but be was offered a role two Fisher had
years,
Morris Bill vista of
Gret or Cosby type was a pleasant mostly tar.However anyone else.
image to be sure But what about who spawned the character captured In another production of "The Telephone HourA plunged into a new business. He coconut palms interrupted bya ,behlndthe genius audiences "One night when my wife made
MltcheUHowdoeethe onTV screens; the quietly Blacks" with James Earl Jone was building a city that would thrill to In nightclubsand
the real Don slightly taller building here her usual trip to the door of
crlnlcaL, suavely "cool," Lou Gossett, Cllcily Tyson, become a winter playground. concert halls lie the strlpt
flesh and blood person stack and there. Wonder what it will the back room where I had all
roots Roscoe Lee Brown RaymondSt. full-hour of Duke Ellington used form of land forward simplicity and the '
oriented and 10 nonsense profile He every
up to the celluloid counterpart? be 50 years from now? my equipment, she stood on the
Is There young black man. Jacques and Bobby Dean Hooks will be presented on the moving equipment available- warm persoanlity of a self-
The answer simple: other side of the door and said
are two Don Mitchells: each It wu the other Don who setout "Of that group," recalls Don, "Bell Telephone Hour" color- dredges, draglines, barges, taught and self-made man.In an In no uncertain terms for me to
quite dlstloce, yer thoroughly hopping trains across country "everyone has made it pretty cast of "On the Road with Duke tractors, men, mules and even Grabbling Band Has interview he revealed Insight quiet down. Instead of turning

compatible with the other. and gained the experience, well. Lou had been doing TV Ellington" Friday, Oct. 13 ((10- elephants. Within 10 years be Into the man behind the guitar down the volume of the amplifier -

The first Is the: bgight young Insight and )just plain\ hard knock roles recently, Bobby got the 11 p.m. NYT)). The program will and a few others had about 3 'TV Commitments and the footlights."I I Just put down the pick
Texan who left Houston as a and point blank realities which role in 'N.Y.P.D. and Clrcily, be an Informal study of the 68- seven and a half square milesof was 19, had Just gotten married and strummed the guitar
teenager and Journeyed to Los became fooder for the TV Imagehe Ray and Roscoe appeared with year-old composerconductormusician usable land .- the city of Conrad Hutchinson, Jr director and was working as a wel- with my thumb.. She said that
the Burtons in "The in rehearsal in of the 110 piece Grumbling. der In Indianapolis when I de-
Angeles, where he entered Los so realistically enacts. recently performance Miami Beach. was great and I've used
Angeles City College and be* Don had Just finished his first Comedians'." at a recording session There were two causewaysto Band whose frequent podium ceded to buy a guitar," recalls thumb ever since;. my
basketball play, a lead role In"The Blacks Despite the fact that Don was and in moments of relaxation. the mainland and water mains apperances national TV have Wes. "I'd always admired the How
All-City does he
came an react to
he with Ivan Dixon,James Edwards acting, his room and :board: In and power lines from the main- given the college a packaged sounds it made. I figured It being
.layer. Trophies won are the receiver of such a
Joel Fluellen and Bob Do-iul, N.Y. were slightly less than The cameramen spent several video Image has announced three wouldn't be to hard to learn to great

still This on Is display the same there.Dun who enJoys when Doquln told :Mm of the actIng plush. In fact state Don,"1 had months with Ellington and his land.About the only problem Fishtr more network appearances.. play it. Besides, f>'iadseveral ": ? ? No It isn't that at all.

strong, warm family ties opportunities In New York. some of the finest addresses in orchestra this past spring and didn't have in his planning for his vibrant' gro.usi.this falL friends whoplcked) &'Vat it." A gift is something handed to.

with his sister, June, aGerman Genuinely excited, Don fllleda the city, but the truth was that I summer as he toured the Mid- was a lack of space. In those Grambling has accepted TV "What did my wifethlnklf the I had to work hard to bea
yOU
and French teacher back home duffle bag with what clothes he waa speeplng on the roofs of west in a series of one-night days there was plenty of oceanfront -, dates for haMtime shows on ,Idea? Well to say the least, M
guitarist hands
and his grandnoother Mrs.Annette had copies of novels by James these fabulous places." stands, worked on a new com- for swimming and plenty Nov "S,' Nov 25 and Dec.6. she' 'didn't'quite approve--and ed thumb swelled]| shoulder cramp.
Baldwin and He also slept in and position and occasion The high-stepping musicians, she like it less as time my
Thompson, whom he calls Richard Wright, subways on reminisced of room for hotels,homes,apartment wore ached I had countless
plays by Lerol Jones,a five dol- later roomed with both Lou Gos- about his family and buildings, streets, golf who captured and converted audience on. But I figured this way: I headaches as I splitting
sett and Bobby Hooks Fut this background. He also will be courses, parks, polo fields and with their quickness and wanted the guitar for my own plouged my way
I wearily untold
I kind of living got old fast andDon shown accepting honorary degrees tennis coasts variety of cadences while proving amusement, my money's worth of trial and through hours
Johnnie Ann's = "was soon on another freight of Doctor of Music from Were Fisher alive today he equally eloquent In both for the day, I simply put It ." error mostly error. -

headed back to the coast. Yale University and Morgan would have seen his fondest Jazz and serious Idioms, will in the corner. .We* hlt-and' miss
Back in L.A., the dry heat and State College (Baltimore, Md.). smog moved Don to arch his He will be seen with the late (would see that the realization appearances In theCotton were too busy too teach me any was tact
that he has
learned
Shopping Center thumb again and take to the high Billy Strayhorn, composer and 'of his greatest hopes are beginning Bowl In Dallas, the Sugar Bowl techniques. I didn't really wantto music not never to read
way In the direction of Houston.It arranger, who died during the to force new buildingsand in New Orleans, and the NCAA Impose on them anyway. Besides memorized one note.He has

wasn't long before a white man making of this special program. new planning with the sponsored Pecan Bowl in abilene I never hadany! Intentions chord and virtually he's every
picked him up and tried to talk Such favorite pieces by Ellington shortage of space the major Texas. of becoming big time or famous. that key his played and
explains
bin into spending the night in a as "Traffic Jam," "Mood problem. Fisher's successors Last January, Gramtling and All I had to do was look at the him ear is what
trailer camp. tydlgo," "Sophisticated Lady" now are grappling with this the university of Arizona provided competition and realize that. guides throng a sone or in

"But I managed get out of the and "Satin Doll" among many question.To super bands for the Super No, I bad no thoughts of becoming .trumentalllumber.
2994 N.W. 46th St. "No teach
one can how
to the woods along the highway. others will be heard on the program comprehend these growing BowL a professional."So you to
play (the technical
I starved off the road and kept as they were rehearsed pains it must be understood Nlelson television rating later I Just went into the back Then and mechanical

out of sight. Later ,1 saw the and performed during the tour ,(( here now are S70 hotels nearly disclosed that the Super room and started plucking and wind aspects. you have to

Groceries Meafs I the same car-.this time with "On the Road with Duke Elling 3,000 apratment building and Bowl attracted a Cm-NBC twanging away. Naturally, at* school up un-learning of music all Berkeley
Vegetables instruction
four hooded men Inslted with ton" was produced by Robert some 8,000 homes on the seven audience of 65 million people, first the sounds were something This
shotguns--searching for me. I Drew Associates, with Mike and a half square miles of land largest ever for a sporting less than melodic to everyone, produces Inhibitions, because -

When 'he finally arrived in Jackson as producer.The that compose the city. Four event else, although I was proud as a taught yon respect and It's what hard you'vebeen to

Houston, tired and weak, Dondired "Bell Telephone Hour" causeways lead to the main- Earlier, Grumbling\ perform peacock. However, my neighbors agsnlst that. go
:
not mention his ordeal will start Its 1967-68 season land ed for NFL regular season didn't share my enthu-
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TO 60
with a program titled "The games and for the 1964 Amer-
for fear of
heightening his family. :
Many Faces of Romeo and Football League championship
Instead, he rested and took ,
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I NAACP Launches All-Out Drive For 200,000 Members For 1967 NAACP Lmdis s C I


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Judge Gives Philadoiphia :, AREA : Speaks Local Businessman At Luncheon Milwaukee Is Builder Gets Contract Voter CowpslpCHARLESTON


Branch Power To Add Units : Still Scene 'l', :
SERVICEMEN SLUG-LOCAL BUSINESSMEN : rr: S. C, -A massive I

yeas NEW YORIC-h nationwide an tIl-out effort to meet and( surpass last 1.-------- .1 "I'm going a to curve throw," you said businessmen the Of MarchingMILWAUKEE South campaign Carolln's to 190,000 re-register Negro

membership of more than Glos-
ter B. Current director of branches and Meld 440,000 administration, speaker at Friday's Bethune- WE With the 'voters and add 40,000 B t w
DevelopmentFund
of the National Association for the Advancement Cookman College end of this week rotts in Milwaukee rks registrations hasbeenannounc-
of Colored
at the Daytona
luncheon into 15 ed here by tb>National Association -
People, recently named a will have gone
seven-person
campaign committee "But rememberthat
to recruit some 200,000 members between Plaza Hotel. days or more of disturbance. for the Advancement of Colored
now and Dec 31. a curve can be turned Into
We National"Office also released Marchers are still defying the People.
a number of activities raise
in which the organization has taken a home run. U you can Common Council's refusal to According to W. C. Patton
an active Interest, In Jan. 1 1969 donations -
lically, by ,
NAACP field director for
widely scattered areas of the country. fund of adopt an open housing ordiance registration -
The tempory Injunction restraining the National Association to the development At the head of these marches and voting, there lea

for the Advancement of Colored People from establishing $150,000 will match, my threebrothersandI It with our check are members of the Youth Council potential Negro vote in the state

multiple branches in the City of Phlldelphla was dissolved for $100,000" of the National AssociationFor of 350000.
by order of Judge the Advancement of Colored The NAACPoldestandlarcest
Josepg A.Brust of the New York State These words came at the conclusion -
Supreme Court. First department.. last n__ week of the talk by James E. People active civil rights organisation
Under this That they mean business is in America, also has voter registration -
ruling, published York City on August 2 before .Davis, Jacksonville, national evidence a nationwide drives under way in
by coy-
Sept 22, the NAACP Is free to CURMBLE KERRY chairman of the B-C( Development '
the Committee on Branches of N. cott declared aganist the Joseph suchstates as Louisiana, Olio,
proceed with implementation of Fund and chairman of the
the Association's national board Schllti Btewlng Companythe Michigan and Texas.
its multiple branch program In tltutlon required a hearing.before board of directors of Winn- city's largest brewery.The Mr. Patton noted that voter education -

Phlldelphla, Robert L.Carter the full board. The com- Dixie Stores, Inc., beginning a bear manufacture was chosen is a contlnuingprogrim
NAACP general and field administration mittee rejected this contentionand 10 year campaign to raise from
solely because of its slte.mar- of the NAACP and said that it is
promptly notified proceded with the hearing. $7 million to $10 million for expansion ch officials said. important tohavepersons relate
the NAACP field office Philadelphia Moore withdrew. The committee of the college. "
The boycott called by the "bread and butter with ballots.
,
and the officers of local About 100 B-CC trustees local
re-affirmed the multiple Midwest NAACP, will at first He said if a person is to live a
units in the city to resume or* businessmen and educators and
branch and recommend ,
program affect the Midwest, then go full andabundant life he shouldbe
ganlzatlon additional branches to the full board tha implementation Volusla County and Daytona nationwide according to mar- participant la government

Cecil B.Noore,president of the of the plan be resumed Beach Area officials attendedthe ch officals, who were deter- The drive is being conducted

former citywide Philadelphia In Phlldelphla.The board luncheon meeting, presided mine that concrete gains of "' "i' this year in the state because
branch, sought to prevent implementation approved this recommendation. over by J. Saxton Lloyd, B-CC their demonstrations.They MILLEDGEVILLE; GA.t Lincoln Jones, a local builder, has South Carolina law requires re-

in Phildelphia of Mean while Moore sought a trustee and local developmentfund recalled Dr. Martin Lu- been authorized by Secretary of Agriculture Orville Freeman, registration every 10 years.Mr. .,

a plan adopted by the NAACPin contempt citation aganist the i.. chairman.The ther King's open housing mar- to develop 40 new modernized apartmelltsand Individual homes Patton said the campaign
1965 to establish local unitson Association for allegedly vio- meeting opened with the the line southeast would be aided
ches in Chicago which resulted In a coummunlty near Dekalb-Hemrycounty by some 10,000
a nelghborhoodbasislnlarge lating the Court's order of July WILSON BOBBIE singing of "Cantate, Domino", in a summit conference with of Atlanta. The project will be financed witi private loans insured volunteers throughout thestate.

cities. Such branches have been 7, in that the hearing was not "Ezekiel Saw the Wheel", and civic leaders, a series of agreements by the United States Department of AgrlculturethroughIts lie said the non-partisan effort
established In New York, Los held before the full board. "The Big Fat Goose", by the and little action. Farmers Home Administration.Religion would Include organizations

Angeles Detroit, Chicago The Court ruled' The fact that School BetbuCborale, directed by Thom They dtdn'I, want the same thing other than the NAACP such as

Houston, Dallas and other metropolitan -' the Board of Directors acted Georgia Boy Demps. The Invocation was to happen in Milwaukee Girding civic, social, religious, labor,
areas. through Its duly constitued com- made by Dr. Uburn Moseley, business and fraternal
for an all-ott fight, civil groups.
Falling to secure a permanent mittee, rather than by committee Rape Suspect, Also Seabreeze United Church.Dr. rights leaders kept their And Race Some of the NAACP participants

injunction in Phlldelphla Moore of thw hole, did not contra- John 0. Gross, Nashville, marches frompltting whites a- In the campaign will Include -

filed suit in New York City, vene the dsclslon< or consttture Accused Of Murder vice chairman of the BCCboard ganlst Negroes by encouraging A.W. Holman, director of

site of the Association's national grounds for issuance of the con- of trustees, spoke briefly Interracial participation. CHICAGO -(NPIM'Labor.relations means race.relations," .the campaign; J. Arthur Brown,

office last June.A temporaryorder tempt order requested. CAINSV1LLE, GA.-WUlle Samuel on "Why We Are Here," out- Marching at the head of the- declared the Most Rev. Aloyslus J. Wyclslo, auxiliary of the former state president Rev I.

was Issued by the courton "The motion Is denied, and Rivers, 18 years of age a lining the importance of education ling were the Rev. James Gro- Roman Catholic archdiocese of Chicago, during the 23rd annual DeQulncey Newman, state field

July 7 enjoining the NAACP the cross motion todisslove the native of GainsvUle, has been for young people in today's pl, White'Roman Catholic priest Labor Day Pontifical low mass sponsored by the Catholic Council director; and numerous other

from establishing other branches temoorarv Inlunctlon granted. charged with assault with Intent World, especially Negro young NAACP Youth Council advisor on Working We. "Unless we get to the very heart of the .civil rights leaders
in PUldelphta..until a In GtO/e, tali.-Sj.uo. 30J delegates to murder a University people. He spoke of the role Be- and comedian Dick Gregory problem of equal employment opportunity which obviously goes

hearting Is afforded the Phila returned receaJy to !tU of Florida coed who was found thune-Cookman has fulfilled According to Sidney Fin- to the very heart of the overall problem of race relations-this BUY
delphia chapter.. in Asilomar Grounds the In preparing could be the of U.S.
accordancewith Conference burled in a shallow grave through years oil ley, NAACP quadstate director year no return, he added.
the constitution of the National here for the annual conference near athe Lincoln High School young men and women to take many whites are among the hun -
association for the Ad- of the brances of the National here. The body was identified their rightful place in society,I dred of Mllqaukeans participa- HUMAN RELATIONS U SAVING RONDSI

vancement'' of Colred People. Association for the Advance as that of Mrs. Carol E.Per- and of the responsibility of the ting In the marches. I
Sich a hearing was held In ment of Colored People in the sons. community for furthering t h e "At least 800 people from out CLEVELAND-(NPI)-A Human relations university,designed

New York on August 2 before Association's nine-states West Rivers earlier in the week work of the college. of town are here, and there are to bring together leaders and representatives of all ethnlcgroupswhite :

the Commi'tea on Branches of Caost Region, Sept. 22-24. was in the Columbus Ga. Jail Davis emphasized the neces- more on the way, he added and Negro-for frank discussions of thler needs and

hearting Is afforded the Philadelphia Charging that segregation and but Lieutenatn Ronald Stanley sity for strong local support If The Milwaukee marches have objectives, as well as their differences and feelings about one.

chapter., in accordancewith other forms of discrimination chief Incestigator and States'l'Attorney the national campaign is to be a turned out to be th e biggest another, debuted on the local scene on Sept. 1, under the Ford

the constitution of the National continue throughtout the public Mack Futch were'to, success. He states th interracial demonstrations since Foundation-supported program called Project Bridge. The un-, HAIR POMADE
and private sectors of community to gainsvllle today to bring- success. He states his belief James Meredith's match Iverslty consists of a training team with five full time members Keeps Hair
association for the Ad- life in Coahoma Coun back him tor triaL that at least 30 percent of all through Mississippi. They con who are a part of the program Jointly operated by the National Neat and

vancement of Colored People. !ty, of which Clarksdale< is the The Jailed man is also suspected contributions to private educa- trasts sharply with the racial Catholic Conference for the Interracial Justice, Chicago, and ._ Weff-Groomed
Such a hearing washeldinNewFirM seat. of rap of a second tion in Florida should goto pre exclusivlsra of the recent Black the American Council for Nationalities Service New York ,. .D.{, All Day
institutions.
girl In the same ares where dominantly Negro Power conference in Newark RACIAL Niw, Improvtd MURRAY' Hair
Cookman CRISISHERAKLION
Mrs. Persons' body was found Calling Bethune- and the "Black Caucus"at Dnulni I Pomade work wonders on
Ex-Prisoners
Hires 400 the best kinky, .rd.t.n. hilr.
College "one of managed | Applied
There Is also suspicion of as- the National Conference on In Hit momlni, h.ir kle" lull
sult with Intent to murder of Negro colleges the Southeast -, New Politics. Crete-(NPI}-The World Council of Churches' combtd look lU d.r. SiiUrwUaalurtntacd '

And Plans' Homes And Schools a Donaldsonvllle, Ga.j>ostman. and in the Nation,"be call central committee meeting recently adopted statement on. .MURRAY. Ott today 7', 1"_ .ilk
The trial has been scheduled led for wholehearted support world racial crisis, which expressed "grave concern' over, On ul'* Mdrui "

,COLUMBIA, S.'c: <-NPI)-A local firm has done what 'some for the November dxket, unless from the community in the development Business TechnigueUsed continuing injustice and increasing organized or spontaneous counltn ind t MiiMt-'iry -..- ; ,

said was ""impossible" has put 400persons work, many there is a change in present fund campaign.Kentuckian .violence, hatred and fear...which result from it," The statement whtn.URGI. IIbRRAY'"

of them rural illiterates, most of them former prisoners.The plans. In Vote Project celled upon Christians and churches, "to oppose actively SIZE I4 eSMUISIHH MURR9'S;

thriving nine-year old Congree Iron and Steel companyhas Details of the gruesome crime Is perpetuation of the myth of racial superiority, to help w.-'r"
RICHMOND, Va.-J'The average change social sturctures and laws that perpetuate racial in'
been
credited by Agriculture Secretary Orville Freeman have come to light. The nude I MURRAY WICKeR: fROODCTI CO4H ,
with helping stem Negro migration to Northern cities. of the Flrolda student was in a American is very gimmick justice, to use the churches' economic pressures toward this cmmit. iitnit, eta. 4im
But even more it is giving new hope to local people who lack- shallow grave. Officers believe Convention Head conscious. This consciousness end and to stamp out all foimsof discrimination evidenced In

ed the educational skills to compete for good Jobs and others tjat a 22 caliber bullet, lodge has been developed by big bus- the church and Crhlstlan community."

who Couldn't find employment because, ____ of,_ thetrcrlminalback- in her skull, might have caused iness. We believe it can work for
grounds. the death. The body was so decomposed RICHMOND, KY/-The Rev. J. us," said John M. Brooks, dir- ECONOMIC PLAN Second Adult Class
T.Ballew, Richmond, was ele-
ector of the National Association
Eighty per cnet of the firm's 4,250 a year, many still live in that identificationwas cted moderator for the Southern
for the Ad/ancment of Colored WASI@1GTON-NPI-Establlshment( of nationaleconomic
made after officers a
only -
employees are Negroes. Many thedwtcul- was
schacks because of
Ohio Kentucky Presdesti- bank that will utilize funds Starting
People's voter registration from government and private sources
found clothes of the
has the
women Joined production Inflnding loans for new homes
ty narian Baptist Church at their to provide the
drive. capltalto Negro community below market rates
lines. Promotions bas- murdered coed. ,
are Humble Oil
Mean while the Sept. 29 8 P.M.
In the convention. Supporting Mr. Brooks' "big has been advocated by the National Committee of Negro Churchmen .
ed solely on ability. and Refindlng companies refin- Mrs. Persons was grad-
The minister is pastor of the The
Frank Threatt the uate school interning In business" concept, E.L. Slade, proposed Economic Development bank is seen a s ''
W. com- ery at Baytown, Yes is seek- psy- Lanchaster Presldentinarlan S' Hospital Aida! Class
"making the
of the Richmond possible creation of foundations
I president design
community to
-
pany's president said an"eco- to cology. Alachua deputies sought
to better Jobs veteran
ing open Baptist Church. He Is a grad- and "
build decent
nomic and sociological miracle employees by offering her after her dlsapperance on 'NAACP, has Joined forces with housing, give financial support for the Cashier SalesClerk
rate of Richmond High School improvement of education
Is, underway in the area. them courses technical read- July 22. From Ohio, she was another civic-minded organiza in Negro schools and colleges, as *
and attended Wilberforce University 'well
as establishing businesses Kindergarten Teachers' Aide
tion-Crusade for Voters-to new and industries
The annual wage of Negro last seen alive on July 27.Con- .

heads of families In the area ing.Many of the employees had no cern was high when Mrs. Per- Acting. as president of the sponsor a Freedom. Contest in Job Discrimination *'.Piano!>> Voice Theory

has Jumped from $600 to$3,400 trouble radign magazines or sons tailed to keep several ap- Richnond NAACP, Ballew was which a total of $425 In cash NAACP Director Band And Orchestra lI sl'.Boldel's

now. There Is no longer the des news papers, but found it hard pointsments and when her iban- instrumental in the employment will be awarded to registered Charged In

perate need to go to Nothern to grasp materials used im high abandoned car was found on a of more Negores in Richmond voters Receives CheckNEW Memphis

cities to find Jobs. level positions at the refinery. parking lot.Alachui factories and led the fight for "We decided to use big busi- YORK-Atty.Theodore R. WASHINGTON- They're right at home availa- started Sheriff Joseph Crevasses ness promotion methods to add
So classes have been
have
the defeat of some of the pro- Rutledge, a probation officer In jor Memphis companies
ble at Congaree to anyone phy with special emphasis on read- says evidence may pro segregationists in the past elee- flavor to our" voter education I the New York State Supreme been UJS.Eimal Employment 1816 W. 20th Street
Brooks told
sically able to do the work of ve that Rivers abducted a student program, Mr.
ing technical matter. Many
tlon in Madison commission the
County Opportunity
'I Court Joined a select list of ,
contest
newsmen when the was
to the General Hospital
according Threatt. nurse on -
the students areveteranNegro- He bitterly attacked the Richmond than active civil NAACP accused the Memphis
launched Sept 8. "We anticipate I more 22,000 Retistrar 3566465John
The teel March 22
firm
ehlch makes and Latin American workers at groupnds on .
Police Force for their
the involvement of at least I rights supporters, Sept, 14, Molding company; Hungerford
Her that she ha
Joists, grossed $7 million last testimony was
the refinery eagerly seekingtomove
for the Inc. Southern Bell
alleged brutality past 'when he presented a $500check ; Telephone
with In 'been assualted the LOGO block workers In our pilot H. Bolden
year sales all 50 states. first-class near same ,
into Job as
several stated that the and Kroger Baking
years, |1 to the executive director of the company,
ills annual pryroll is more than craftmen. Lincoln High School spot and ,project. VII BJS.MJS.EDS.>>
State Human Rights Commission :National Association for the Advancement corwany of violating Title .
$L'I wait 10 minutes before The contest, whlchls open to ,
million. warned to
Eastman Kodak company in In reopening one of the, of Colored People of the 1964 Civil Rights Law. President Directors
fhreatt has even more ambl- Rochester N.Y.was doing a sU leaving. A rape warrantwas persons already registered and
j''tlous to be Issued said the of cases. to those who register prior to Mr. Rutledge, a .member of prohibiting job disc rlmIn.
plans. He has asked the milar Job with trainees and ap- Bellew is married and the a- the Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity
hoer the Oct 7 deadline, offers an ,
Agriculture
secretary for $) pretices. ther of
a lour
I ':1 and a graduate of the Fordham
dividend the entbusi-
million said it had employedmore The mysterious dlaapperance attractive ,
loan to build a steel plant The trim Law School
:that would provide Jobs for another than 150 applicants to fill on July 22. From Ohio, she was satin Mr. Slade declared to reporters 'University the check to NAACP,presented Executive -

600 persons. He plans to its special training programs The mysterlousdlsappearance James Kemp Elected Director Roy Wilkins
use crushed automobiles since February while tilling 70 of the women brought about a flU you'reregistered"hesaid"not .
J as raw 'thus becoming alife member of
skilled roundtheclock check by local onlywill you be respected :
material openings for Its regular
In to To National BoardNEW and have a say In your govern- 'the nation's oldest and largest
and be hopes to get loans through trades apprentice classes.In detectives an effort civil 2's
and education solve the mystery. Rivers had meat-fcut you"Ill also be eUgi- rights group.
federal Its training
agencies to
help YORK James H.Kemp The NAACP more than
22,000
'finance Kodak seekingto stayed with his mother and ble to win some hard cash.
several residential sub programs, was several weeksaf- a prominent labor official and More than 25,000 contest tick 1 fully paid life members in the
grandmothe
divisions for Negro Workers .In help Job applicants qualify member of the DRools Fair ets have been printed to match organization which numbers a
the area. for the technical work it offers. ter the murder.
iatlonwld of 440 company
I empolyment Practices Com the registration goal. Tickets membership ,
Although employees average $ I I mission has been elected to the are distributed free of charge '300.
alllam1.Saa 6 In accepting the check Mr. e
to registered voters at the ,
J foe Doa't Hare To Go lo Town To Get 60-member Board of Directors i, NAACP and Crusade for Voters '(Wilkins praised Atty. Rutledge

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Chargers' Safety Finds Solution I Green Bay Seen Red Birds' Ace Two Tampa Negro Youth See



To Strengthen! His LegsFew As Super To Open Series For Integrated Athletics

Bowl Favorite St.LOUS-Manager Red
things are certain the world of pro football. But two Schoendlenst of the St Louis
things likely to be on the list concern Kenny Graham, the hard LOS ANGELES Calif..-Of the Cardinals has Indicated. that For Florida School Teams
hitting San Diego safety who probably will dislocate his shoulder five best teams In football this bx righthander Bob Gibson probably -
Sunday against the Houston Oilers and heave the ball Into the year, four are members of the : win be the starting pitcher TAMPA, Fla._.Two Negro high school students today asked the
stands If he scores another touchdown. WesterDCoDtereoceaDd for the National League UJS. District Court here to enjoin Florida white and Negro at-
these four three are stackedIn mDelations from segregated competitions
Graham will get an opporplace.. of champions In the first game of heltlc sponsoring
tunlty to do both when the Only two things concern Graham the Wesf new Coastal Division. the World Series between junlon and senior high school teams.It .

Chargers, coming off a bye, --his legs and being in the After the Cardinals returned Is the first suit of Its der the twoassoclationstomeet!
get back Into action againstthe right j>lace. They are Baltimore Los Angeles Thursday to St Louis from the kind filed by the NAACP Legal together and plan athletic schedules

Oilers In one of four gameson "The legs, knees and anklesare and San Francisco.On 4 ,t a7 road trip on which they won the Defense and Educational Fund, along Integrated lines
a full American Football the Important things" Graham theeveotprot'esslonalfcotball's tie, Schoendlenst told news Inc. (LDF)*, whose attorneys Joining Mr. Creenberginthls
League program. In the others, explains. "If you hurt 48th season, that's the rrMAMI men: serve as the legal arm of the suit are LDF attorneys James
Kansas City Is at Miami, Boston your knee you can't walk; if preliminary assessment by a "Gibby has been throwing will entire civil rights movement M. Nabrit HI and Leroy Clark
at Buffalo and New York at you hurtyourankleyoucan'tmove' Western wrloer, of course. and be has the experience." "Segregated public school of New York City; James B.
Although the NFL has divided Sanderlin of St Petersburg,
Denver. As for other series starters, athletic games are a common
Graham a 6-fold, 195 So Graham found the sihitlon Itself four ways this year In order Schoendlenst said "After Gibson practice in the entire South," Fla.* and Tobias Simon and Alfred

pounder who gets the assign- to strengthening his legs provide maximum nationwide I don't know." said LDF Director Counsel Fetaberg of Miami.

ment of covering the bulky tight by walking 15 miles every day Interest in four pennant Gibson, who has won three Jack Greenberg "This suit "It Is a statewide suit to integrate -
ends In the league, scored a during the off season. races, Green Day may spoil one starts since returning to t b e alms to change that picture. athletics and extracurricular

touchdown In the Chargers' "When I was a child I soldpapers show. The world champions squad following a broken leg,Is Taking discrimination out of activities In the
favorite in the West'snew
opening 28-14 victory over Boston on the beach In Santa an oddson Central Division. ? b t scheduled to pitch again Sat. sports will be a strong force' state," said Sanderlin.

racing 68 thlydlcon- Monica," says Graham, "and And In the two new Eastern .urday In St Louis against At. In promoting Integration gen Earlier this year both Blake
Interception -- the I was in the sand barefooted all ianta. Schoendlenst said he erally." and Middleton were declined
secutive season In which he has day. I never realized how good sections, Dallas and Cleveland $ o planned to use Gibson often In The LDF suit was filed against admission to the Western Conference
scored for the Chargers' it was for me.. This Is the first are heavily farored. 'fw3 the final days of the season"be the Florida High School which may no longer
He proceeded to throw the time I've tried walking like I The only race you can count on d cause we want to get him as Activities Association, the exist after this season.
ball into the stands. He also did when I was a kid and.the 15 will shortly develop in Hal.timore's strong as possible. white organization, and the Sanderlin claimed that a Negro
division where the two
dislocated shoulder twice. miles each day from the house A zO-game winner In the two Florida Inter Scholastic Athletic High School may be allowed
California teams have joined the
But neither theballheavtngnorthe to the beach really strengthenedmy previous seasons, Gibson won Association, its Negro to be a ember of the'
Colts co-favorites.
shoulderdlslocatlons legs" as two of the four games the Caridlnals counterpart. State high school activities

either Graham or the Chargers is fur belnr 10 the rlllht Dlace. took from the New York These defendants the LDF association, yet on the local
"1 wish," says Chargers' Graham feels you don't have to Muhammad All. Yankees In the 1964 series. attorneys said, "by the provisions level be forced to play In a
coach and general manager,Sid gamble to make Interceptions!' I of their charters, forbid Negro conference He claims

Oilman, "we'd lose 100 foot "The basic defense is called Boxing Club Looks athletic competition with that Is the case with Middleton
balls. Graham's a hitter, a In the huddle" he explains. Turns Orgailzer non-members of their respective and Blake.

great He's competitor.such a competitor" that Houston Cougars P: Ii.ADELPl'1A-NPO-Mul.am Touted u the biggest active player in football, Bob (Big Man) Good In First Outing 'Said ajhlbtlc provisions associations.," the LDF schools Nearly were two admitted dozen Negro to the
he with trick shoulder Pointer, 18 rips the scales at the 447-pound figure And he'sonly
plays a mad Alt told a cheering throng The Ashley Street Athletic club maintains, "result In the exclusion FHSAA this year.
that often pops out. It did of 900 people that he "gave up a high school player-lor Santa Barbars, Calif., High team of Negro schools from Some Western Conference
boxing was Impressive
twice during the Boston game Trounce MSU 31-1 $10 million to be able to talk School Happily: viewing the 447 pounds (that's without pads) in their first very boxing match white athletic leagues and con- schools have scheduled both
which is carried sld-foot
by "only" a and one-half
one Inch
and Graham calmly removed "
to you, obviously referring to last Friday at the preden- tests, and vice versa. Negro schools for games this
himself the dressing room and EAST LANSING MICR TJJS; his legal diffifultles resulting frame, is line coach Mike Moropoulos.Redskins' tlal Insurance company. The plaintiffs in this action year and Robinson and King

had the trainer pop It back in ltlUSu4: Cougar i went Into theii from his refusal to be Inducted The Team participated In the are David G. Walker, Jr. and both opened their seasons

contest aganlst the mighty Spar Into the Army.He Rookie Fallback Gets event sponosred by the Prudential his father, David W. Walker against the Negro teams.
'BOWLING tans as underdogs but blasted also told the crowd that Insurance company recreation and Anthony C. Harris and his
Michigan's win streak to rib- he intended to organize Ameri club. mother, Theresa Roberts : Ld Gf
IS A'BALL bons. ca's black people from to coastto Staring Nod From Coach Doll All participants received awards Young Walker attends Mid-

Led t)>y sophomore quaeterback coast." and was given a steak dleton High School Tampa and '
Woodall, wi o fired touchdownsof WASHINGTON Washington Redskins have promoted No.l dinner following the match. In Is a football player there. Mr. F (

RAIN OR 77 and yards and speedster Maryland Drops Back dract choke Ray McDonald to the starting fullback slot in the first bowl, Donald King woo Harris attends Blake High BY BOB BRItWSTEa
Warren %lv'c rea,who streaked and effort to get their offense rolling a decision over James Davis, School in Tampa and also plays I Ym.ryO.'k.r O.U.d.....,..

SHINE 59 yards /or one Cougar Outside D.CjStadlum, in the pocket," Jurgensen shouted to 147 Ibs. Skeet Redding defeated football for his school.
touchdowns. For Missing DrillsSenior tensity of the mid-afternoon McDonald after the catch Gray Jackson 135 Ibs. Glen Their suit, a class action, KEEP MOVING
The victory was Sie:: second heat, McDonald slumped aganlst "One of the hardest things to Kleckley a student of Eugene Is done In "behlaf of themselves The old paraphrased idea that
Ernie second
straight this season for Houston lorain for his white Mustand and slammed get used to is running pass Butler defeated Jim Pullen of and all Negro Junior and been ash are worked where to you death.find 'em"folk.hat
Mary Most
leading: ground gainer
SHERWOOD coached by Bill Yeoman a land last season,has been drop his right fist into the palmof routes. They and cut over the Bishop Kenney ISOlbs.Alrorle- senior high school students'who tree with the adage; many
one tine assistant of Duffy ped from the team for missing hu left hand. center. U .Fervusoo defeated James attend schools belonging promptly Ignore It once they fet
LANES ) Daugherty. practice the last three days. "I will be the best fullback In "For awhile I thought I was to :Burton 155 Ibs. Morris Reeves to the Florida Inter-Scholastic In a boat When you lee a guy
The Spartans were a forlon to ten from Association the Negro flailing the lame area for a long
"lie's off coach Lob Ward this league," he said. Then he run eight yards Florida A.A.M. Champion last Athletic .
period without
shadow of the hulking team said laughed. "Talk Is cheap. I know' where I lined up, but if s supposed season won a split decision over group. any 'encouragement
765.1111 after by the bit,
yesterday Torain
''i which swept to Big Ten titles ,I still have a'lot to learn". to be from the line of James Rumph 14'l1b. The LDF suit specifically Ing you re wltneaa
the missed his fifth: practice drill I neelect-anallne'l b a 11 I c
past two seasons, lost only of the About 45 minutes earlier McDonald scrimmage. A professional fighters pre- asks the District Court to: center tenant
In the Rose Bowl in 1965 and Terrapins' two-a-day "I'll be much more relaxednow dult a preliminary and permanent
Dennle
sessions. learned that the Redskins were Rlggs Tim instead' of waiting for flah to
se-"I'MOONEICIIT battled Notre Dame to a 10-10 had planned to give him tha t I know the coaches Ford, Pete Downing, and Jack decree enjoining defendants I com to you, go looking for them,
According to
I SATURDAY MITE tie last season In a contest billed Torain one player, every chance to become the best have confidence In me," McDonald Spikes. from prohibiting Integrated I urges the fishing department at
i. left
; as the game of the century. the Monday before afternoon the start of fullback In the league.The position said Julius Gulnyard, coach of the ,Inter scholastic competitions I Mercury outboard Fleh. are notvtnly
practice distributed,
Is his to have and to hold. Ashley street boxing club said 1 ; "Order each association : throughout
because of the lake or river,
overly critical NBC Will they not, and time
65PONTIACCATALINA.$2195, attitude of some assistants In promoting the No 1 draft Carry the team perkormed well, com | to amend Its charter to" allow spent looking pay off bttttr
I DOCK HARDTOP, AIR CONDITIONED particularly offensive backfield,' choice to a startling role,offensive I derlng the short time the team Integrated activities; "Or than: just a-ittln'.

67CAMARO . $2395AUTOMATIC coach Tom Stel ::1eder. backfield coach Don Doll Possibly Three Games has been organized.The '
ftlH, FACTORY WARRANTY. said he was merely conforming:' All of the American League team was accompanied by ,THIS N' THAT IN SPORTSThe

64 BUICK WILDCAT $1695 to"Sixty the obvious.thousand people saw pennant Ted Sox Minnesota contenders--Twins Boston Chi A.U.Charles boxing BJlogers chaurman Florida abd director A. 10,000,000th fan to see an American football! League

AIR CONDITIONED game in will walk through the turnstiles at Buffalo
what we saw Sunday aganlst the cago White Sox and Detroit Tigers of AteleUcs for the person
65 T-BIRDSUPERCLEAN.$2595 Egales," Doll said. "He won will be In action Jacksonville Recratlon Dept Sunday. .
Saturday
Fan No. 10,000,000 will be recognized at a halftime -
AIR CONDITIONED LOADED. the starting job In that game. 30 the presentation
Sept.
final weekend of ****** during which he will recleve gifts from the AFL
66 BUICK RIVIERA . $3595 His effort was great It will be the regular baseball season, ,
better." the Buffalo Bills and various sponsors of AFL telecasts
f ACTOKV WITH EQUIPMENT MAO and the NBC Television Net
I' WHEEII AIN CONDITIONEDED Aganlst the Eagles, McDonald work's Raines Top Boiler on the NBC Television Network

I 66 CADILLAC SED DEVILLE $4595 gained 47 yards in eight carries ball" series"Major will League be preparedto Bass- With three weeks of the AFL's eighth season gone, 9,979,537fans

LOADED, AND.LIE'VNEW ONE mv limos MILE' '. and caught one pass for 12 yardsNo colorcast nationally a simultaneous have been at AFL games since the league's formation
In 1960. bat means that the 10 million figure will be hit
65 Ford V.8 2-Doo1r Hardtop "" .$1995 other Redskil runner gain trlpleheader covek- In Son Valley 2-0
as soon as fans the turnstiles.
20,463 more through
HIM POWER ITEERIN9, AIR CONDITIONED ed more than 20 yards. ing their at approximately pass
66 Pontiac Bonneville Cause . .$2995 The majority offensive decl-, 215: games NYT. The Vikings of Raines defeated With Buffalo the first game to start next Sunday, and a crowdof
AIR COUP, FACTORY w M'TOP. VINYL Ron to p.m. some 40,000 expected for the Bills meeting with the Boston
67 Rambler Rebel 770 . . .$2595 be reached Don said, is The Sept. 30 American Lea a determined Butler elevea 2-0 Patriots
AUTOMATIC. RIH, rANWu. POWER IRAKE. finding a rUnnlngu ate for McDonald gue schedule Includes the following In Sun Valley on last Fri the presentation will be made there.
! AAA COND. FACTORY : The following will be given fan No. 10,000,000:
67 Chevrolet Impala . . .$2593 -----r There is no clear leader tehree games: day nightIt -An ill for two to the AFL
expense paid trip Championship -
4 DOOR H''TOP V I, AUTOMATIC, ELM, PACT WARRANTY. ERNIE TOR.VIV' among the other running Minnesota Twins- oston Red was a tlt-for-tat tpye battle
66 Volkswagen . . .$1393 backs Sox from Boston's all the with both teams game In the city of the Western Division tltllst, by the
, missed five drills Fenway way
P114. American Football the
League, 10,000,000th fan and his
"Now It's McDonald at Fullback Park showing a strong defensive
67 Valiant Air Cond. .
tT Signet!, $2593rpwe guest flying via TWA Airlines
AUTO. TRANS. FACTORY WARRANTY Seme of his teammates were and no comment at halfback Washington SenatorsChicagoWhite game.
" 64 Ford Y4E ... .. .. .. .. .. .$1095 waiting t on him outside the ," said Doll. Nobody Is out Sox, from Chicago's Tiger Raines managed to trap the Season tickets for the winner and one guest to all 1968
n I RADIO MFATf dressing room, the player said, of contention at half back Doll Falcons Guedel Buffalo home games, by the Bills.A .
quarterback
Stadium.;
64 Chevrolet V-8 .. .. .. .$U93
Impala but be failed to -- color television set, by RCA
t DOOR H'TOP, appear. said Not Steve Thurlow, who California Angels-Detroit Tigers Murray In the end tone, being
j 59 Cadillac .$695 62 Ford .. .. .$593I In his sophomore year,Torain lost the fullback job to McDonald from Detroit's TigerSta- led by Andrew Calhoun for thw QUICKIE QUOTE: Boston's rookie cornerback Leroy Mitchell
led Maryland In rushing 'with and not flanker Bobby Mit dlum. two point play. on why he wears white shoes:
I OVER 100 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM 370 yards, and he finished second chell. The for contending teams are Butler threatened In the second "AU the backs and wide receivers at Texas Southern were

I In ground gaining last During the two-hour practicethe currently engaged In the closest period moving the ball almost given white shoes by the coach. I brought them along when I

S.EVANS3rd season with 259 yards. lIe Redskin concentrated, race in American League history paydlrt only to have the forward reported to the Patriots. I didn't know they gave you shoes'

also averaged 21 yards on five mainly on their passing game, as the season goes Into Itss progress snuffed by an inter
kickoff returns last season. probably McDonald's weakest final few'dais Which team laces cepted pass on the two yard SWITCH Dave Crayson, Oaklsmd's All-AFL cornerback
f & MAIN Watd said sophomore Paul area. Us best effort was driving the National League ChampionSt line on Raines, by Tony Hayes. was shifted to safety against the Boston Patriots--and .immediately -
Fitzpatrick the top rusher on one-handed catch of a 25- Louis Cardinals In the world Butler again attempted to get stated a preference for the position.

EL 4-8381 OPEN TILL 9:30: p.M. EL 4-8382 the freshman team last fall, yard pass from Sonny Jurgensen. Series may possibly be determine I on the Scoreboard In the third "There's more action," Graysoo explains. "You're on
would replace Torain. national 1 via a field goal Eugene every play. At the corner you're Isolated and sometime If elt'
on the NBC colorcast attempt by
"Put that other hand In your i Frailer but the try was.. play's' a run your man moves three steps off the line and that's
short. n. it. bats not the way It Is at safety.

t As ,a resultes of outstanding "You get a chance to tackle more at safety-stick your head
In there You're also free more Jou'reoot always
defensive responsiblefor
VETERANSTHE play In the final two
quarters displayed by both schools Just" one man, so you have a better opportunity to inter-
cept.
the score ended 2-0 with
y R the Vikings on tap>> '" Crayson did Intercept once against the Patriots, returning

pP JACKSONVILLE BARBER COLLEGE Bobby Sapp 270 lb., 6-5 tac. 22 yards
INC
: kle from Butler and Morris Mc-' "When I got" more nerve," says Crayson, Til go fo even

Farland of the Falcons led the more passes

defensive play.Wrestling.
ODDITY: The Boston Patriots have yet to attempt field

Of 630 DAVIS ST., Is Now Taking goal this season.MIAMI'S .

Clinic To RECORD-BREAKERS: The Miami Dolphins broke or
tied 23 of their own Individual and club records In defeating

\' Applications For Us Meet Next Wed Denver Among In the their record-breakers opener. Bob Crlese, rookie quarter

.4iVeteran back from, Purdue, and Abner Haynes, veteran running back
f ,I Ken Brust, navy pilot at Cecil Haynes gained the most yards rushing In Miami history

It I Class. Field, will be In charge of (151 yards In 12 carries), had the longest run ((65 yards)
"t thw wrestling clinic at the Earths and the best average ((12.5 a carry). Crlese made 12 of 19

,I 71 iBw White Community Center,
I, I Wednesday, Oct. 4, at 5 p.m. "tempts for a 63.2 completion percentage, also" the best In
He will be assisted by wrest. the Dolphin's record book.
w I rt > .'. 'S.L The Size Of Our Claasses ling promoter Don Curtis of One of Griese's two touchdown passes went to fullback Sam

L Jacksonville Price, who had been practicing his pass catching at training
14 1J t'41 frr'1il Brust Is an all-round athlete, camp late Into the night, or u late u linebacker Wahoo Mc-

Is Limited Law. having participate In football DanIel, who had the room next door, would allow."I .
'WPimsd' By track and havelng captained the kept a football with me In my room, Price explains
; I 1 I Great Neck Ugh schoolwrest- "I fooled around with It all the time--tossing It up and down

I' ling In Long bland. He Is a with my hands and bouncing off the wall and catching until

( to the Enroll Now To Be"J' Sure Of Place. graduate of BuckneU university Wahoo would about 'Cut out that banging'

Smooth Canadian Lewlsburg, Pa While at Buck.
r nell Brust won honors In.
Seagram's V.O, whrestllng and was captain of MORE EXPERIENCE Sunday was George Blanda's 40th
the team in his senior year. 1 birthday' and Oakland Coach John Ranch sent him la to
CMWM Wllt IUM Of ruche WUIU IU>U>i(HI MI NOW,ftMMN MHIIUM COMfWT IV tL He Is the
quarterback club
assigned to attack Squard- late In the game against Boston
ron Thirty-six at Ce!U Field. ., Asked why he had sent In Blanda, Ranch laughed and said
CALL. 355-9874 "It gives him some experience."
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I Bills Newest Field Goal Kicker Gets Off On Right Foot With 51-Yarder I



Soiifcen Gets New Talent Used In Rattlers Appear :,Mike Mercer Adds Scoring Pestk


Ned Of '"Jury"For Final Home Stand Strong Early To Bills Offensive Power I

ST. LOWS With the pennant TALLAHASSEEHalfback Hubert II
"Placeklcking," says Mlker Mercer, "1s a mental thing"
67 Title already a sure thing for the Red Cain plus an alert and
,
Birds, Manager Bed Scboenlllenst. rugged Rattler defense prove- And by that, oddly enough Mercer means just one thing-
BATON ROUGE, La.-
nervy Jury of pre-season talent and announced that a 21 Carolina State Bulldogs last wasn't kicking the ban
pickers who tagged Southern year pld Kansas lad will be Saturday night as FAMU trounced way I wanted to. U was a
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University to wID the 196'lSoutb- used to spell the regular start- S.C. tate 250.It I of getting my leg In
western Athletic Conference ers in preparation for the World eas the second straight shut ."
Football title got the first Inkling Series. out for the Rattlers and their ': .'. training schedule
of the folly or wisdom of Schoendlenst said that he nominated first Unit playing under the light different than Booth's,"
their choice when the Jaguri the 2l-ytar old Mike in Bragg Stadium. Ginn was the explains. "He gets
opened the season Saturday Torres, a 6-6 210-pound pitcher Rattler workhorse as be carried i i as he goes along We
night against Texas Southern.The from Topeka Kan., to the ball 11 times for 108 bad to wait before making
burden of proof was handle mound duties apnlst tile yard and three touchdowns in I U j to see and give each
squarely on the shoulders of Braves in the final home stand. the first halt Gina was the ball chance.
the Jaguar gridders who had to Torres was brought up by the carrier on every ground play may have been getting
open the case for the early-bird Cardinals in an effort to give except: six. last one. He had ben cut
know-it-ans and build It, using their pitchers a rest He holds The 188 pound speeder nut through at picked up by the
a team which tumbled 20-14 a 10-10 record at Tulsa in the and around the highly regarded 14 traded to Kansas City
last year's first game. Pacific Coast League.The Bulldog line averging q> : then re-acquired.
Saturday's encounter marked champion Cardinals returned better than six yard per carry. '. kicking in the fourth
the opening of SWAC play for home at 1:30 .. from Scoring on two and three yard i decided It," says Cole
both teams and was the fist the road trip where they won the plunges In the first quarter anda I "H kicked a couple of
consecutive time that Southern pennant against the Philadelphia 28 yard gallop In the third ones, and that was It."
launched season activity against Phillies.Schoendienst.
period. good ones were 44 and
the Texas Tigers, said that ace Bob The Rattler defense set up the i against the Phila
Southern went into the game Gibson would be hit starter for first three scores as RudolphSim Eagles but the best
with the upper hand In winning toe world series opender.Mots' and Roger Finale Reco- the was the 51-yarder against
over the playing span which vered four Sour South Carolina r : :ip 43 .
started in 1948. The Jaguars fumbles during the game. to was the longest of his ca
have won 13 times have dropped Manager State won the toss and received i
.- '-.-......;:: and quickly showed Col
five tilts to the Tigers and two R.C.Camble took the kickoff 17 confidence in his new
ties have been registered. but couldn't find the handle MIKE GARRETT Kansas City's Explosive Runner .

Jaguar bead coach Bob Smith Avoids The AxeNEW with Fennle recovering at the '' know" said Mercer,

has distinguished himself In the Bulldog three. Rattler fullback Grabbling WI ISSeISOI'S Former Yankr '. the longest one Pve
SWAC coaching rants by guiding YORK- Wes West- Robert Lampkin was held for no made. If s also the long
his teams to a two-season 12- rum, overwraught by the"men gain, but Glnn broke off tackle the one anyone's ever let me
6-2 record, something to crow tal and physical strain" of losing for the score Openei Ace To ReturnTo
about in the company he moves games and waiting to find The Bulldog fumbled agaon
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out whether the ax would tall, on the first play from scrim LORMAN MISS.Grabbling
In.But the mentor headed Into his resigned as manager of the New mage following the kickoff.Rat- ; College seemed almost intent on Baseball to
third year at the helm of York Mets. tler quarterback Elroy boot- suicide with costly mistakes In NEW YORK N. Y,Tot he M.
Southern University football unable Harry (The Hat) Walker firedas legged for 14 yards around right the second halt Satruday night surprise of practically no one,, Watch
to count Texas Southern Pittsburgh Pirate skipper end. Gina picked up five.A pass Aa but still launched its season WMtey Ford will return to the
among his conquests. A 14-14 earlier this season, became a interference was called as),Mor successfully on a pair of early Yankees next season as first This Clown1291B5
tie in 1965 is as close .as he leading candidate to succeed rand threw In end Bone to John. touchdowns' to defeat Alcorn base coach replacing Loren
has come. Westrum who has been offered Eason to move the ball to the five A4M. 13-7. Babe who will become :roving''
Southern's usual blue-gold in- a Job in the Wets' front office. Gina took it over on the third It was not the kind o conquestthat ambasador.
tra-squad battle which has pre Other possible successors to play for his second TO of the caused dancing in the streetas -, .- night."I 51-33 2!
ceded the opening game was Westrum are Bill Yirdon,man- game both teams were ragged and he
Junked this year, and preps age of the club's Jacksonville Early in the second quarter rarely demonstrated the poten- v6 ;l'
were staged under controlled team In the International Lea- Melvin Rogers set up a Lovett tial to explode. the
circumstances rather than the gue Sam Mete, deposed manager field goal after blocking a bulldog Alcorn scored 101 points in 'i 4 5I
actual game conditions which of the Mlnesota Twins, and punt and recovering on the walloping Paul Quinn in its initial I 3.
have prevailed in the past. Meta Coach Yogi Berra. 42. Morrand picked up a big start, but the Tiger shutoff -
The Jaguar gridders didn't The Mets have always like Gil first down on a keeper to the their offense when it count- 27 64 11
just cruise through the motions Hodges but his contract a. 33. ed, forced mistakes and prov-
because the drills were con- Washington manager runs until Clan raced for six more,Mor ed that a smlllar holocaust could 35-98-32
trolled. Coach Smith cardeda next year and he already said rand hit end Herman Jackson not happen against a more for-
full slate of activities and he Intend to honor It. with a quick pass to the 15.Af- midable foe.Gramb11ng. ''fir I one He's Sometimes
the gridders were a spiritedlots Coach Salty Parker was given ter an Incomplete pass and atwo took early controlof one Down, He Adds,Subtracts
as they worked on the take| of running the team yard lost. Lovett kicked from the action and pounded aheadto it all around.

smothlng out the defense and offense from the field for the remainder the 12 yard to give the Rattlersan a quick touchdown
with the coaching staff of the 'season, with the und 18-0 lead. ....... SIeIIe'rmmlt- 1m Charlie Joiner a bouncy flanker -' B5-56-15:
taking a hard, critical look at erstanding it was purely an lnterlm -. The Rattlers took the second J.IM: worked himself free In the
the exhibition, appointment. half kickoff and staged another end tone for a 30-yarx scoring OR COMING ATTRACTIONS.
,long drive A hand from James Harris.Harris ,
"We cut out the ,blue-gold 'MetS P one pass Kansas City Beefedup pass
game'' this 'year because it's :surprise'"Westrum:esldentPng' .Detlnety <,'"reeepttori'bjf'Jackson from Mo- compiled torn JIXijOSsIne : 100-1l-312
'' s
too risky' confessed Coach his rand put the ball on the '28. Offensive Punch aerial statistics.Thedaztl-: j.
Smith. "We can't afford any for explained tome and reasons Gina then broke through wouldbe ing Junior angled 12 of 29 passes DAYS'NUMBERED '
injuries. We're not that well resigning tackles and scampered 28 BUFFALO N. Y. -- When on target for 195 yards. in
stocked In talent." #* etflored the possibility of yards for the final TO. you lose only three games in Grambllng needed time to get ,.
The Jaguars opened in the remaining" in li? Mets organ FAMU is now 2-0 for the season a season, you don't make untracked for its next TO, but
SWAC battle with Texas hello Devia slid"Since his S.C.State 0-I.The Rattlers many changes.The lost some of it ebullience after .
Southern bolstered by two returning decision took me by sunrise, are idel this week. They travel Chiefs didn't. But they Charlie Burkina found a super- : Days are NuL Lered."
all-league Elections I was unable to Immediately to Normal, Alabama on Oct- added plenty ammunition. highway into the erntzone one Whitey Ford and Fortune Can Be
from last year-co-captain Alfred fer him a specific posIOon.'hBraves .ober to meet last year's Grange Kaycee has a phenomenal new 26-yard scamper. In an unprecedented ear 1 y. When You Know Your.
Beauchamp at defensiveend tOlossoms Classic opponents place-kicker, rookie JanStene-1 Alcorn stuck back In the third move, the Yankees announcedthe Days
and quarterback O.E. Alabama AAM. rud of Montana State, and a kick period after a discouragingstart makeup of their 1968 coach- Lucky Colors etc.
Williams Hints New The YardstickFAMU 'returner who scares the wits and rolled 65-yards for Its Ing staff at a press congerence Send $2.00 for your
Beauchamp who prepped at FAMUState out of the opposition, bantam-' score Roy Cain rambled 35- on August 3U Usually such announcements on Horoscope Guide for,
Scotlandvllle High School also weight Noland Smith of Ten yards with a screen pass to era aren't made until
counts his selection to the Skipper Next Seasoh nessee State. fireworks the short-run mel- midwinter but there was a rea the ,SEPTEMBER
NAIL defensive, all-American First DoWIII 13 4 Three other rookies--defensive odrama. son. ,
first team. ATLANTA, Ga.-ta luncheon Rushing Yardage 17t 23 lineman Gene Trosch The Tigers racked up 317 yards "There have been so many ''I In the blank below
In the :0-14 loss to the Tigers honoring the 1967 Braves held Passing yardage 145 32 (Miami Fla.) and linebackers in total offense while limiting rumors and so much speculation by to and
last year, Williams had a good recently it was all but certain passes Attempted 19 13 Willie Lanier(North Carolina the Braves'to 12 yards rushingand about WMtey, Elston How- 45 1171 ZODIAC Post Office,
day. He passed for both touch that Manager Billy Hitchcock pasSel Completed 13 3 A&1') and Jim Lynch (Notre 159 yards passing ard and Mickey Mantle that we 37 Jacksonville Fla.
downs scored by the Jaguars' won't be returning at the helm' Intercepted by 0 I Dame) give the Chiefs some decided to settle the whole thing ._
completing 17 of 33 passes next ..eason.It Punts 83 8 needed depth. Tigers Lose Pitcher' right away" General ManagerLee ,'
Punt Average 25.S 38 Better than rookies however MacPball slad. "Nowthere and -----
thrown good for 186 yards with was made quite clear that OF BIRTH
end Elmo Maples' on the receiving Hitchcock would not be retained Fumbles Lost I t is experience.This won't be any more rumors"
end of the scoring heave. when his name was not mentioned Yards pnalized 95 44 year, Mike Carrett has J I For Rest Of Season, the Mo. JPaySATURDAY ..
r
Maples is among the top returnees 'by President William C.Bar- We Na 1 halfba c k ape t 11
himself.: e't DETROIT In the torrid drive
There's little doubt tholomay or Paul Richards at Score by quartersFAMU to Last year, at
for the American League
pennant
that be will be the favorite of a luncheon.The 15-3-7-0-25 until around mldseasonhehadtoshare
0-0-0-0-0 it with Bert Coan. the Detroit Tigers have
Williams and his stablemate Braves tOO Club had given
lost of their starting pitchers -
Willie Johnson who is back to Hitchcock a vote of condldence And Pete Beathard, the super one e C I
playing status after a year's In a signed citation from club Scoring Summaries sub, is Just about the best out of the rotation It was
the team last
announced by
absence. members but neither Bartholo- No.2 quarterback in the league.
The leading scorer last year may nor Richards Braves'vice FAMU-Glnn 3 run (Lovett Kick! He played as much, if not more, week.
Maples caught ten scoring president* charge baseball FANU-Glnn 1 run Riley run) than Len Dawson in the preseason Starting pitcher Denny McLaln
dislocated two toes in his left
total of mentioned the FAMU-Lovett 22 yard FG; games.
rolled up a manager's
passes
Willie M1tcbel.who took much foot in an accident at his home.It .
410 yards in grabs for the name. is known that he will be lost
First Round Final d the blame for Green
season, and it might be significant There has been wide speculation Bay'spassing to the team for at least one week
that his top effort was for more than a month that' success in the Super
against Texas Southern when Lumen Harris would be named I lout I Ito Set For Oct. 28 Bowl, is a far sounder defensive ,and season.possibly for the rest of the

he hauled in nine flips from replace Hitchcock when the player now. .
LOS ANGELES-Two times "Anyone who doesn't think "He was sitting down at home
Williams for 105 yards. season ends. of tow and his foot went to
1 I heavy weight champion Mitchell is a good coroerback tuesday /
world Floyd Patterson will is crazy," said Buffalo Coach sleep" said Manager Mayo
SEAFOO'D' ,CENTER meet Jerry Quarry in the final Joe Collier Smith. "When he stood up, his
bout of the first round elimination The Chiefs also came up with ankle rolled out 'from under
144 N. MYRTLE AVE. PH EL4.146a Saturday afternoon,Oct.28. an affective new formation: The him" y
The flight will televised nationally tlghtend I. Tight end Fred McLaln knocked out in his last
SLIM ICING SACS THE DAILY DOUIU and blacked out within Arbanas lines up with the running four saris, has won 17 games
SPANISH D1AOi EREL a 150-mile radius of the Los back sin the new setup for Detroit but hasn't recorded

No Pen wAnl aoned i servid with bear 39c Angeles area. It will be shownon giving AFL defenses an additional a victory since Aug. 29 when he
closed circuit televison at headache. beat California 42.
MIXED PAN FISHrr04..eI 'the Los Angeles Sports Arena. .' "I was planning on going with
Patterson, the only man ever ,. WHEN ASKED J: why he had not three starters the rest of the t
at oar/ocR beachN ever to regain the heavyweighttitle brushed his teeth the confused way anyway," Smith said. The : :"

chaos.7AT. WllltCOAltMULLET and Quarrr..a local boy. ,boy explainedcan't! My bat team has 10 games left In the Y
fought to a draw at the Los Angeles tery It dead." Catholic Digest- American League pennant race.

.LI. 35c Memorial Coliseum ear-
Tina socal.eda0Nseems.AwAed lier this year.Rams AUTO INSURANCE:
/row 0o
NORFOLK.SPOTS". : ,LI. 39c Gabriel 25.00: Down, '59.00 Per Month.No .

GINUINI fLORIDALOBSTERS Convicted In L.A.

. .Lb_ $1.10 LOS ANGELES-Tae Los Angeles -
Rams' quarterback Roman Interest Or Finance
FRESH FILET OF STEAK Lb. 79c Gabriel was ordered topay Charges

P.IIN $125 fine or spend 15 days In

FLOUNDER . Lb. 49c county Jail for duroken driving FREE
SR-22
Filings ,
CLAW.." ....., charges.
FANCY LIVING S 1 00 WHIT. DUST Municipal Judge Hazen L.Matthews -

CRABS '' DOZ. LUMP ....:: sLoe: said be was "reluctant"to
convict the 27-year-old player ROBERT TRAVIS
SuLICeuv SPECIAL PACK but could let "cwrlook the

DEVIL.CRABS 28c _, 1 breathalyser test" taken by the I Associates Inc. ,.
Isaac WIXI.WHITE ,
I athlete which Indicates high alcohol C'C
SHRIMP::= L/ 89c I consumption. e S e eL
SINUOUS' TANGY A'ALACH'COL4 Gabriel of Granada Hills, W E. 8th Street Room 10, Collier Bldg. 354-7897
SHELL OYSTERS .. '5S0sI 1 Cant, indicated he would pay U83 Edgewood Avenue S. 389-3483

the: fine. 6483 Roosevelt Blvd. C.). 388-358.1




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UK fl STAB PAPERS SATURDAY SEPTEMBER( 39,Jl1



I Urges CommonSense: ....(.'. : Ford Foundation A & T Stale Flans 'L Scala' Stephens Margie' Black Have Birthdays' I


I Big HomecomingGREENSBORO _
Leroy Wilson, former minister .: Gives $300,000 II
:
>
now a counselor In maritaland .
N. JUT
-
domestic problems In the 'leMAIDS., 1; I For Education State University !has completed I

stats of Florida, has presented I plans for one of the most Impressive M
what he bas chosen to call a t r
; Homecoming week.' u, .., I ', Ae*' .
'treatise on Common Sense In -. ST. LOUIS M0r-Twenty-- ends ever staged by the Institution. A' *
otccoh sioo.r .
cwr Mtlqoal areas .
Negro students from throucnout "{''qiqnar 4
r JI the nation are beginning work although the .u T o.Mar1an4 A

here In a pioneering graduate State football game on Saturday -? 4't IN ,,4F ,"' y

FOR NEW YORK program designed to prepare Octover 14, will highlight
r them for careers In business the four-day celebration, a

UP TO $75 WEEK management. other activities have been plan-1 asa
The program, first of its kind ned for visiting alumni.
Best homes Inf.Y.
Top Jobs NewJersey.NOW Friendly in the nation Is being operatedby Events win get underway
City
amiltes. Fare sent, rush re Washington University in St. Thursday, October 12, at 8p.m.when .
I ferences. FREE GIFT Lohls, the University of Wisconsin ., Miss Pat Mobley o t

MISS DIXIE AGENCY in Madison and Indiana Greensboro will be crowned

300 W.4Q St. N.Y.C. Dept. 211TOOTHACHE University In Indianapolis "Mist AAT" In Charles Moor

f The program was developedafter Gymnasium on the campus.The

professors from the three annual pep rally and bonfire

schools discovered that of 13- will be staged on Friday even f k

DM't'Mffw (lour, Cal OM-JEl toothKh,, In iKcwIi Nmut 000 graudate business studentsin Ing on the University's practice & ,
you | onwin't lout UnW ran CM."erw the nation, not more than 50w.r. football field. ) a.I
:: '
; ONA JEL Roc
mlllloni 40-utt
dontld do ee
anaoMOd br anonr dw N .. Negroes. Objective of the TheAlumnt Breakfast win beheld A
Ilete. AA pbemudit: ter ; program is to help promote In- Saturday at 8 &.111, In the 0 4r'

ora.jel' '..,.,.) tergration through bringing newly-opened Bed Carpet n /t f"r rr
more Negroes into the main. Room plush dining facility.

I lit is a former pastor of the US MonpipnNo" I1AM7 stream of American business A Homecoming parade, complete I

New Jerusalem Baptist Churchof life. with more than a mile of ,

Newark N.J.,former moderator Twenty-five corporations contributed floats, marching bands and i4t 4.rl .

to the program. Their campus beauties will get under, d

Convention of New Jersey, former SINGER AUTOMATIC donations were matched on a way at 10 a.mSaturday. A pre '
one-for-one basis bya$300OOO. game show featuring A&Ti 140 t
Florida Principal of th?! F T tt
state School for the blind CONSOLE MODEL challenge grant from the Ford piece Marching Aggies will beheld

: Foundation at 1 p.m.,half an hour priorto

HAVING A PROBLEM SEWING MACHINE. Shape. The students are working toward the football game.
Zlg Zags. Sold new for over master's dlgree.lnbusl. The Annual Homecoming Boll r 4agA

$300. MUST SACRIFICE. Just ness administration. They have Is scheduled for Saturday at S

EVERY DAY OF pay balance $64. or assume bean chosen from among several p.m., in Moore Gymnasium. ...

$2 weekly payments. Call Cre hundred Negrocollege The consludlng activity will be

YOUR LIFE dit manager. Phone 353-1946, duates who had made inquiries the annual ALUMNI WorshlpSer "HAPPY BIRTHDAY" Sonia And NAACP's Roy WilkinsOn

Many seem smaller once the/ anytime. Win deliver. No obli about the program. Those accepted vice in Harrison Auditorium on

are understood. Let me try to gation. received their undergraduate Sunday, October 15, at 11 a.m. Vacation

help you with your Personal degrees in such subjects The Rev. Sampson Bute, who Margie Entertain, Brief

,I Problems. Confidential AirMail MOTEL. u mathematics, political graduated from ALT In 1952, ,KEY TiOiiX-Roy Wilkins, executive
postage to this country science, engineering, sociology will be the speaker.Episcopal Many happy young people came director of the National
philosophy and business admin out recently to the horaeof Mrs
25? SUMMER RATES' Association for the Advancement *
istration. Most were honor students Barbara Rosier for a special
12 Private bath $5.0C Confab of Colored People, and
OMEGA rooms, occasion. That occaslonwasthe
and all were active In various
his wife sailed for Europe,Sept.
18 rooms. SemiprivateW.OO student during celebrating of the tenth birthday
i I Dept FSN 1/2 day and truckers $3.00 organizations 14 aboard the liner Queen Eli
Box 29 Muizenburg C.P. their undergraduate yearsEach Will Aid of Mrs. Rosler'sdaughterSoniaStephens zabeth.
4 0 or 2 persons) student will receive$25- Negroes and the thirteenth ,
South Africa has
Mr. Wilkins, who headed"the
EDGEWOOD MOTOR COURT 00 a year plus $500 a year for 9 14 birthday of Margie Black daughter NAACP-the nation's oldest

INTEGRATED each detpendent up to a max- Aid to the ghettoes of dUos of Mr. and Mrs Joshua civil
and largest rights organization
UNFURN. APTS. lum of two. Teh fellowships will was voted upon and approved Black.
5911UJS. 1,Cor.Edje wood Ave. tt rT -since 1955, gave his
312 E. Beaver St. 3 Rms. Phone.7640003Always Open' be renewed for the second year the general church convention in Seattle of the + The honorees received many wife, Amanda, the vacation trip
f Ellscopal A lovely gifts fromthosewhocame
$32.00 Mo. upon successful completion o ./ as anniversary present.
the first year. Professor Sterling after considerable deliberationfrom to 2560 Orion Street. Among
254 Copeland 3 Rms. v'.y Mrs. Wilkins is assistant deputy
ISABELLA OF PARIS
Houseof
Both the
i Schoen of Washington University the floor. ,those present were: Margaret
$35.00 Mo. rt commissioner of the Department
1134 Harrison St. 4 Rrai. That's Mel I have the Amazing director of t b e pro- Bishops and the House of Delegates $ Freeman, Shirley Shannon, of Social Services in

I $40,00 Mo. superior tonic tablets, pep gram, said it is hope that other were anxious to have the Morrlsseen Mann, Carolyn New York City.

3-1517 Illinois St. 4 Rms. for all the things you want to do. universities! will holn the pro pros and cons weighed before .Shingle Deborah Joyce Baker, The Internationa Illy known civll -

$52.00 Mo. 'Box of 30, $1.00. Satisfaction gram. Next year from 40 to 50 the end of the 10-day meeting. Lasand Lome, Gary Cobb, Kim rights leaser and his wife

1259 Jefferson 5 Rms. guaranteed or Money back. For students will be accepted. Controversial Issues concerned M Renee Denise Nichols, plan to spend two weeks abroad
', Men and Women.P. Vietnam, conscientious objectors ,WtUle James Nichols, Michael
$54.00 Mo. The date of departure marked
and aid to Negro slum 4 Phillips Williams Wanda
1514 McCunlhee St 4 Rms. Ref rixerstgf rolls the couple's 38 an
wedding
$57.00 Mo. 0. Cox 230, Dept S. I Individual areas..The bishops debated on a Brown, Tina Brown, Kimberlie

706 Minnie St. 4 Rms. molded clads 8 resolution recognizing "ethical Diane Threadcraft, Elvira Denise niversary.
Gary Indiana ; Sherbet with and moral considerations,other r Rosier, Valerie Lynette
$45.00 Mo. '
'
i fruit, coffee than religious as reasons for ? ; Stephens Angela Stephens
1233 1/2 W. Monroe! 8 Rms. ,
objection to United States military -- -- _JANC ; Cherye Brown Joshua Black
,
$45.00 Mo. ,
FOR MEN AND WOMEN service; IH Coed
Angela Pllock and Brenda Grabbling
931 W. 27th S!. 4 Rms. I

,, $60.00 Mo. OF All AGES I WANTED Under the presiding nine bishop'surban millions I Goodrich Homes For Pollock.
UNFURN.KOUSE Take NewIMPROVED MATURE crisis program { Compdny Erected Others were: Gall Shepard, Chosen As Miss
i would be expended by the Jacqueline Wilcox, Patricia Ann
I 8857,8867,8829 Phillips Hlway ,TABLETS for that tired run Go-Go-Girls. Apply State It three and one-half million Wilcox, Diane Thomas,Nathan- America"The
3 Houses L 4 Acres $50 Mo. Gives $3,000 To Low Income Families "Tan
FUKN. HOUSE: down feeling that keeps you from I Pearl Liquors. 401 W. State St. members in a battle against I ell Thomas, Jr., Andre Bernard
;enjoying life. racial injustice in large cities. Thomas week-long activities of
Debra Wilcox
3r Barnett 3 Rms. $45 Mo. NORTH CLUFPORT Miss,
f ; ;00 Tablets $3.00,200; Tablets However, these questions are College EffortThe Lynda Murray, Raymond the third annual: "Tan America
FOLAND & HIGBEE The here
t 15.00. $1.00 deposits on analyzed by the House of Deputies Turnkey project as Randolph, Wanda Brown,Cherl1 Pageant" terminated t the Dallas -
JOB WANTED
Realtors mentioned Weaverof
Robert C.
t c.o.d.'s. of th church. Constantly by Brown,, Debra Bell and Altorla Memorial auditorium recently -
354-8435 317 W. Forsyth EMPIRE PRODUCTS 1 SALES B. F. Goodrich Company, Health Education and Welfare
FEMALE Into the air was thrown the Bell!, Venessa Gall Williams, with 20-year-oldClaudta
Dept. FS, 5937 N. Broad Nay question of Vietnam. Akron, Ohio has announced a wiD be anew pllol program Gregory Arnold Gregory Cobb, Reynolds, Mamou Louisiana,
t ( A MONEYMIRACLE TOO Trained Dental Assistant or its contri- for low-income families.
Chicago ILL. 60626 grant of $3,000 as and Rich; Lucas, 10, Geneva crowned as "Miss Tan America.
Trainee Dr. Asst. Trained or million to The development of this area
buted more than $6 "
The winner
new was
CAN COME TO YOU J trainee. Part or full time. Ph. South Carolina assist educational institutions, was Initiated by the National 4 a.d..1p'! crowned by Delores Evans, of

HELP WANTED 356-3357' for Interview. hospitals farm organizations, Council of Negro Women It will
,
Join this new Prosperity Tucson, Arizona, Miss Tan A-
Movement I Write today for free' Textile Mills youth groups and welfare apndes. consist of 200 detached three,

Information. An Udlvldual-You NEWS REPORTERTrainee HELP WANTEDShoe This year,the fund wWJl'ant four, and five-bedroom homes Negro CompaniesKey
/ Hire colleges and universities and will contain center for day
-may be energized magnetlz-1' Negroes merica of 1966. Miss Reynolds
ed and ;jolarlzod; to attract the Must be good In Shine Boy Needed Must $186,000 for operating funds and care, recreation, meetings and Slum Cleaning '!s a senior mathematics majorat

flow of money.Properly magne- English. Use Type be Exper. Apply 537 W. Bay St. RIDGEVILLE S.CThe Na- $28,000 for capital funds under community services. Grambllng College where

:tired, any human being can sum-' writer Apply: FLORIDA tional Association fo the Advancement its aid to education programs. "This will be the most constructive LOS ANGELES-Golden State she Is a member of Dells Slgm

' ,mon a Money Miracle.Write for STAR, 2323 Moncrlef Rd of Colored People far-reaching role Mutual and North Carolina Mutual Theta Sorority, Beta Kappa CM
'I has called for a swift and that the National Council of Negro
f details about this new Pro- Life Insurance Companiesare Honor Society and Alpha Kappa
through Investigation state Says Georgians Women has undertaken In its
sperity Movement Write TO- CIRCULATION MAN BARBER WANTED by playing a key role In the $1 l Mu Honor Society. She is
and Federal officials of the concern for family life, said
billion slum clearance program also on the Student Union Board
Distribute NewspapersFull 'attack by some 150 fir et- Dr. Dorothy I. Presidentof
i 03ADIA.TS Time or Part Time Need master barber to take Are Trying To Height, announced by the nation's life and has been elected to "Who's
white handful of NCNW. "I
other
swinging a
on urge organizations
MONEY MAGNET Must have car over old established shop.Apply Insurance companies.The Who Among American Colleges
,
Negro students at football to consider
INFORMATION in wrltting.10 c/o J.C.Fla.Star. a very care association represents 95 a.'d! Universities"
Apply: gajns!!!.Je.ld! at( (the newly Integrated fully the role they can play in Claudia
I >9204 S:Commerical Avenue FLORIDA STAR2323MoncriefRd. Starve Negroes per cent of all the life insurance won the title of "Miss norm
Harleyvllle-Sldgevffle bringing together people, programs
Chicago, Illlonis 60617 companies In the U.S. Louisiana" before competing
School GA.-An official of and Interest cross
ATLANTA
Each company win underwritea in th national finals.
Garage Sale About 16 Negroes, Including 'the state of Georla has lashed all lines in our society
children, were assualted b y out at some counties which\ business c o c i ai ,
IffjI new and better housing in five feet six Inches tall, has
AIM ESTATESOWN
the white mob when the Negroes be says are definitely trying ethnic, racial and economic.
Boys, Women's clothingironer walked toward their automobile "By combining these interests high-risk proverty areas black eyes, measures 36-

guitar, pillows, jewelry; at the end of the game to "starve out" unskilled Negroes ,we are achieving a result that "Of course, we along with 24 1/2 36, and weights 130
sewing machine, short drapes,, Aug. 31."Grown. William H.Burson, director other Negro firms have been po/jnds. jShe is the
the whole to be daughter
country seems ,
A BRAND NEW electric mower, odds and ends. white men set of Family andChlldren doing this for years," said a .<| Mr. and Mrs. &
upon the and
seeking
7785 Miller Oaks Dr., West. and Services, and appointee of GOT. pride dignity spokesman for Golden State t Mutual. nolds, 1104 St., Mamou, LA7uls-
beat Negro chlldren..The Maddox "There's definite of the individual and his confidence "As far back as Ue Laid
OH 7700 S. San Jose. Saturday says, iana. After completing graduate
BRICK HOME! 10-3 p.m.NEWS. children six Included some as young attitude In some areas ci this In his own worth," she 19208, Golden State was making 'studies, Claudia's goal Is to
as year old. Also, they said
other
state to starve these people out loans in areasshunned by work In Industry or with the
smached car windows and ransacked 'not starve them to death but The NCNW Program Directorfor .
to companies."We
in the '
government
3 BEDROOMS l12 BATHROOMS ClOSE TO MODERN cars 'In which Negro into relocating to cities. Mississippi Mrs. Units had to do this. It was our space pro-

SCHOOLS AND LARGE MOPPING CENTER. SELECT REPORTER children rode to the game." This is the first time In modern Z. Blackwell. Ifie blood. So we have much gram.During the semi-finals com
the
Some experience Rev. I.DeQulencey Newman The Harrison Civic Action Committee -
times, according to news more experience in risk select- petitions Claudia made
an
YOUR OWN MODEL OR PLANS, LET US HELP YOU Good starting salary NAACP state field director, releases, that such a pointed headed by Dr. Gilbert ion." showing, finishing first excellent
Advancement. Group saifl in telegrams jo (;qT. Robert R. Mason will select the families
conclusion has been reachedby The GSM spokesman said the in (the swim suit
BUY YOURHOMrJN. BEAUTIFUL' LINCOLN ESTATES. Ins.,Apply: FLORIDA McNair and Uj5.Attorney so important anofflciaLSuch best suited for home ownership company will probably will exceed tying for first in competition the evening

17kt STAR. 2323 Moncrlef Rd. General Ramsey Clark. an attitude of thinking has been and train them! in their the quota assigned to it, grown competition, and placing
*
Sheriff Carl Knigh, who was voiced by civil rights leaders future role as home owners but said the extent of participation tblr I in talent. She played a

attacked.by white when triedto from time to time. has not yet been deter flute solo in the talent compe

HELP WANTEDMUST halt the violence, said no Burson says that he will makeit mined. tition.

arrests had been made. a point to see that Georgia President R.W.E. Jones
7130Rfchrdson Rd. 765-1685 DO SO W.PX ACCUR Rev. Newman said that several Negroes get a fairer share in Luther Rice College of,
Grambllng College advised
ATELY, GOOD [IN ENGLISH!. of the Negro teen-agers had ,the apportionment %f good ir officials that Grambllngis pageant *

SPELLING 1 received hospital tretment for the future. He spoke of the inadequacy In
i Open Maryland extending a full
t Apply: FLORIDA STAR, 2323 Injuries. He also reproted that of diets on the part Collis Brown scholarshipto
4 Miss Reynolds for the
: remainder -
i'S ,Moncrief Road, Jacksonville arrest of the assailants. Rev. of many and he surther stated
of her education at the
Florida. Newman Alexnadrla Va.-The Luther
called for the arrest ,
he has persuaded we coun-
per
I and conviction of those who attacked -- tes to Joint in the food stamp Hawed DirectorNEW Rice College, first unit of the college.
International University
65 : the students. of the state. Baptist
e' ONLY MONTH HELP WANTED There were no Negro athletes program The official remarked that the got started here recently JACKSONVILLE

I MAIDS, N. Y.SLEEP-IN JOBS, on either of the teams playing argument offered l 4 that"If 70Lfeed YORK .. In the Franconla, Baptist t
-* (NPI) .
..: INSIDE CITY LIMITS SAYEON salaries to $65, fare advanced. the first football game of the them, they won't work," Callls N. Brown, former staff Church. This happened after SHIPYARDS
Rush references phoneiumber. season at the the Maryland Baptist Collegeleft
I predominantly Acutally,according to Burson, :writer for the Carolina Times
UTILITIES. FHA ?ABLE MAIDS MENCY,163 N. white high school Dorchester little the Baptist Convention of Immediately
"there Is really so wort. newspaper, Durham, N.C., is
MAIN FREE__PORT N. Y, County. Maryland. Requires I
.. FINANCING 'LOW DOWN Uachanizatlon has supplanted the new director of communityand The first class of the new
e 'human: labor One-horse farms Intergr'oup relations for the
Includes students from WELDERS
school
PAYMENT! ,have disappeared.Now,with ute national Congress of Racial '
LITTLE GOLD MINE FiR RIGHT BUSINESSMAN |tle or no work, thousands have Equality (CORE). Hong Kong, Japan, Panama students.,
and sevens Negro
\ 3 BEDROOMS CARPORTI! been reduced to the bare core The appointment of Brown; The faculty I. qualified. A PIPE .fITTERS

MODERN INTERGRATED MOTEL AND RESTAURANT of living. a native of Durham and a 1963 liberal arts curriculum Including

'FOR SALE DUE TO SERIOUS ILLNESS One reason for this oeculla graduate of North Carolina col a Bible course has been FIRST CLASS
GRAND PARKSALES attitude, said Mr. Bursonmlght lege's law school SHEET METALMECHANICS
I I 14 Spacious ohlts was announced offered. Tuition Is $900 per
with TV
Phones, W. W. Carpet A. C. and lie in the militant splraganlst{ by Floyd B.McKlsslck The school hopes for aeredltatlon

Central Hiat.'l:1aboraii: own 'i. living guarters.40 seat restaurant -' 'helping, injection prejuflce.rttureverposslble.Glascock, CORE'S national director. year. u a Junior College.

OFFICE AT DIVISION I 20TH ST. UP,. complete. Neat. prosperous Negro area at D 0 r t b city : Brown formerly served asa Already leading schools have

limits. 1/3 down ($35,000)) remainder, financed at S %. WW County, with' 20 per cent of the vice president and field secretary offered letters of recognition of APPLY
PHONE 354-6746 FOR DETAILS accept trade for don JXlymeDf. Reply P.O.Box 8142. .tacksoo- 2700 population Negro refusedthe for the NAACPlnNorta who later SOUTIISIDE DIVISION
wills, Fia. 12208. credits for thos may coon Cf HINOKICKI AVS.
stamp program Carolina and Florida.
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