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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:
October 21, 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:
UF00028362:00482

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Preceded by:
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:
October 21, 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:
UF00028362:00482

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news


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Persons, University d Florida posed body was found in a according to police reports. ., 'of the Commission. Samuel J.

Lyndon B. Johnson added another graduate student, entered, earlier shallow grave. Identificationwas The suspects identified MAlonzo Simmons is Director of the ...
well known Negro Judge to this week, a plea of insanity almost impossible,but per McQueen, of 637 Court Field Services Division.
a growing list nominations after indictment by a sonal effects aided in the naming F and Alvin Holsey, of 637 f'Mr. Williams' knowledge of Pt PERSEVERANCE 0. Simpson, Florida Star editor, left, announced that he Is using
has made, making the Johnson grand Jury. Circuit Court of the victim. She bad been Franklin St., reportedly entered Federal programs and experience this means to urge his many friends and readers throughout Jacksonville and the Beachesto
administration a standout in the Judge C.' AdUns, Jr., beard thrown Into a shallow grave, the building cI C.M. in human relations go out and vote on Tuesday, October 24. He said Tuesday's elections is one of the most 1
list of nominations based on ability the plea and appointed two unmarked. Shaw funeral home by climbing matters will be of particular important in the history of Jacksonville, since it is the first districted voting the city has
and not at color. psychiatrists to establish.com Suspicions pointed to Rivers. a rear wall and the rear stairs. value to the Commission in had in 20 years

John Douglas Fauntleroy, 47, petence or incompetence of th Although he presented various Felix Simmons, 67, a witness its studies of civil rights programs Simpson, a candidate. for Civil Service Board, Group 7 said he is running on his record
I* the latest one who will be sanity, after indictment by a ruses and tried to prove his to the Incident told authorities in metropolitan centers of community service, his ability and record of dependability He regrets not being able
named to the Juvenile Court of grand Jury. Circuit Court innoncence he was arralnged l, the twoburgularsenteredarear '" ," Taylor said Williams to contact all of his friends but expressed his gratitude to the Jhousands-of Just plain people
the District of Columbia. Judge C. Adkins, Jr., heard charged with the crime, and door once they were upstairs. will maintain an office in the who have pledged their support in his election He said be is grateful also to the ministerial
Fauntleroy, was born Washington the plea and appointed two placed under guard in Jail. The Re continued his story by saying -, U.s. Court of Appeals and Post groups, labor organizations, clubs and fraternal organisations who have promised to give
is a graduate of Terrel psychiatrists to establish com' sensational cue made headlines they took a typewriter and Office Building, 7th and Mission him their vote o'
Law School, having done his undergraduate peteace or incompetence of the across the country. an adding machine valued at I Streets in San Francisco, The candidate is seen as he accepted the Jacksonville Urban League's 1966 award for
work American youth as to trial and also The victim was shot, once, $200.00. ; Taylor added. "outstanding service" Other recipients seen with him are Mrs. Constance Cason, the J
And Rutgers Universities. declared Rivers Insolvent Public through the back of the head. As the robbers were leaving A native of Montgomery, Ala., then president of the Duval Teachers Assn.. and Mrs. Francis Euwell, Urban League
He lea member of the D. C.; Defender R.A. Green was The nude,body was along with the premises, they were reported Williams Is a graduate of More-' member.
Democratic Council Committee appointed as his attorney. clothing and an empty purse. as being seen by Simmons house College in Atlanta Ga.,

juufhas been active In public Last month two charges of I Following the deed Rivers went According to Mr. lie received the Master's degrees '

... affairs has four Jbe-bwyerJ children. marriedand .attempt against ,young>-t6:.rape Rivers Were u a suspect f1Ie4 ,".:JostaytDouldsvllke relatives. Revelation ,brought Pa..willi ,Simmons were 'Ji 1-Utne both the workers young.Jrwn tod ai'New tl.JlubnoJ York.AlmbOWratlmfor University and I I. ,Hattaal Leaders.. WHI' \', ,. ", ", I"qr.tWI.i I \ '

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in two other cases. A was awarded the DoctorciPubUcAdminstraUon : I
Judgeship President, Johnson third charge, alleging rape dan apprehension on federal see Police about getting work to do. Degree from Seek Solution For, Kiefs Mksta' Of..
stated that
unproved his own precedent- charges on August 29. reports the ,
Alachua: General Hospital the University d Southern
shattering record of judicial appointments nurse Is still pending.> The serial numbers d the article California in 1966. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., civil rights leader and Nobel EdacatfoR;'
of Negroes to theJudiciary nurse was attacked near where reported stolen were not avail Peace Prize recipient will testify Monday October 23, when
In October last year Mrs. Persons' body was found. Jealous Siifor able the National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders resumes INDIANAPOLIS Indiana I n d .-school-The
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Negroes to the Judiciary one Common-
Gainesville by the County King is scheduled to appear happened, and what can be doneto integrated education" Federal
day, more than all the Republican
Presidents Sheriffs department from teats Woman Monday afternoon, during the prevent such outbreaks District Court Judge Call J.
Combinedthroughout
Columbus, Ca. There he was Connection. With Mate's Death first of two days of closed again. Holder ruled In 94-page decision
our history. held by federal authorities and A Jacksonville woman was meetings to be conducted bythe'II In addition to Kerner, Commission handeddovnhererecently -
;Among the Negroes appointees faces accusation of attempting assaulted and beaten about the Homicide investigators are seeking the whereabouts of aloes! member panel which is beaded members are: Mayor

to the federal bench in the Democratic to rob a postal employee. After face by a man she identified Jar maD In connection with the death of his commonlawwife by Governor Otto Kerner of John V. Lindsay of New York The ruling, regarded as highly

administration are: Defender Green, within five u her boyfriend whom she reportedly to have died of :cirrhosis of the liver and Illinois, chairman. VIce-Chalrman; SenatorsFred significant in the struggle to
Judge James B. Parsons Judge U.s. days as allotted, has made appropriate hadn't seen for eight years. softening of the brain, according to the department.A Also scheduled to appear Monday Harris D-Okla..) and Ed- eliminate defacto schoolsegre-

District A. Leon Court Hlgjlnbotham, Chicago., U. S., motions the young In relating her story to police check of police reports revalued turned' to the city Jail'and are Mayor Sam Monty of ward W. Brooke- .),Representatives ration, was in response toa suit
Court Philadelphia. criminal will be returned to authorities, Mrs. Beatrice that Emily King 37 Los Angeles; Berkeley G. Bur- William filed last May I by the NAACPin
District Robinson Federal Custody in Georgia, Jackson, of 1039 W. Union said who lived at 1063 W. DuvalSt. charged with fighting. reU, President of the National man (D-Callt) and M. Kokomo, lot, seeking the

Judge U.s. Court Spottswood.Of Appeay W.,Washington for what may be a December her boy friend William Davis ., with her common-law husband City day court at convened which time the following Baker- Business League; Dr. Kenneth McCullocb (R-Ohio); I.W. AbeL closing of a ghetto school and an
Wade McCreeU. trial. came to her house and knock Clifford Baker died, In McFarland, former school President of the United Steel injuctlon restraining the school
D.District C. Judge Court Detroit. Mrs. Persons' disappearance; ed on her door. When she opened DMC, August 30, tnlhad; been,And the deceased woman were superintendent of Topeka, Workers; Charles B. Thornton, board from building two new
S. Baker, Motley the finding of her car, and her the front door Davis refused written off as a natural death.' tried for fighting, according Kansas, and representatives of President and chairman of the school which, the NAACPcon-
Judge Constance New York., failure to keep certain: & IOlnt-' t o come In the house, According to Investigator J. to the report flied with the the National Assoclaton of Board of Litton Industries,Inc., tended, were destined to be-
Court
UJS. District police department and were
Judge William Benson Bryant.. accusing her of having another M. Beck, there has been some fined $25.00 each,for the of- Manufacturers and the U.s. Roy Wilkins Executive Direc- come racially ed.
US District Court,Washington Pawnbroker Stops man blldde. conflict in determining the real fense. Chamber of Commerce. tor of the NAACP) Katherine Judge Holder ordered the closing
The victim said after Davis, cause of death of Mrs. King, George Meany, President of Graham Peden; Commissioner of the 88 per cent Negro
D. c, Further check of the police '
L. Watson, US.. an elderly man of 74-years, as it was learned she was an went the AFL-CIO, and other representatives of Commerce of Kentucky: and school but refused to enjoin the
James revealed Mrs. King
Judge Would
Be report
New York.. Collectors refused to enter the house she alchol c. He said the cue goes of that labor organization Police Chief Herbert Jenkins construction: of the new schools
Customs Court, to DMC 22 for treat-
Robinson US. closed the door. Later, she back to August 3, with Patrol August have been invited of Atlanta. Merle McCurdy, on on the understanding that the
Judge Aubrey ment of in the neck and
D. The alertness of a pawn broker continued, the suspect went to men Pat S. Washington and C, pains t o appear Tuesday. The leave from his post u US. school board Intends to maintain
District Court, Washington, was the key to the recovery of the back door knocking and Sullivan were sent to the residence was released but,returned later National Association d Real Attorney in Cleveland U CeDEstate them a* Integrated Institution
C. Judge Richard B. Atkinson, the same day about 6:30 p.m., ... .. -
an Impact wrench valued at she opened the front door of the deceased and -" --- ... UOder-thia.ruling,it wlllbepossible
d.c. court of General SesIOIII, !In the head.
$600.00, stolen from the George complaining pains
again Baker to investigate a fight r to return to the court in
:.Washington, D.C.Justice Thur- Scbuman Tire Co., early last Records! show that she was
Associate Just-, Mrs. Jackson said the man Officers Sullivan and .Wash tilt advent that segregation results -
Marshall, afternoon. treated her return toDMC
good .Friday refused to enter and she locked ington reported that the upon from the construction of
,fight '
:ice, US.Supreme Court,Washington Joe Prager, of the Broad St., and was released again. The
the door once more. Davis had taken place on the second the new schools.In .
: D.C.'NAACP. Auction City Pawn Shop said next time she returned, Clifford
,
then porceeded to knock the floor of the dwelling oq their plain language.Judge Holder
Alexander Baker broughther
the reportedly
NatioRal Jimmy prime glass panel out of the door and arrival they found Baker and :set forth the obligation of the ,
suspect and two other and 'she was complaining
men reached Inside and let hlmseU Mrs. King in the room with school board to maintain anon-
into the shop approximately of pains in the head.
came severe
lot o the house while she was lacerations of the head. segregated system. "The mission -
3 and told him This visit terminated in Mrs.King .
Offto Moves p.m., In tilt back room of ber house. During the course of their of the board d trustee* of
they wanted to the wrench being admitted where she
pawn
:'' Once Inside the house Mrs. Investigation they found an yt a school under Article vm of
NatJooalOffJce Prager said before he too stayed until her expiration at '
NEWYORIC-Tne" ;
Jackson told Investigating officers argument had developed between the Indiana Constitution, lilt
the wrench he noticed it 10.43. 30. She was
of die {rational Association was : on .August
R. George and M. L. Mrs. King and her com- laws of the Indiana GenerarAscembly -
:for the Advancement Colored marked u belonging to theearp 'pronounced dead by Dr. Aranjo
Massey that Davis threatened mon-law husband in which implementing tilt constitutional -
-(; Scbuman Tire Ce of and the sent to the
People is now located at 1790 her body was
life. After the suspect bad Baker was accused of going mandate and the
Broadway, New YorS!, N Y. 1319 W. Bearer St. made his threat she got her with another woman. The deceased morgue laws of the United States, into I,
According to the report of the Investigator Beck said the
10019. gun a .22 caliber pistor and'' reportedly hit Baker provide an Integrated eo- I
The Broadway address fifth investigating officer, J.Harrl- State Attorney's office is pushIng -. i I'
fired it six times toward the in the bead with a spray gun, cation," be said. f'"If
'for the Association since!the! original gulp Prager notified him at assailant.
office was opened down Jan Loan and he answered the According to the report of of his head and Baker retaliated Mrs. King's death, because of Bankers Association are and will help conduct the inquiry. fulfills this concept, then they
,town at 20 Vesey Street In 1910. call at Auction City. Upon his investigating officers Davis was with a glass gallon Jug. Mrs. the conflicting reports pertaining -, expected to send representatives : are warranted in adopting the
In announcing the latest more, arrival Jimmy Alexander was not to the cause. Beck said, to the morning meeting.:
affected by the shots fired King Is aid to have received concept If it does not In anyone
Executive Director Roy Wllklns arrested and is now in the city at him by the victim. He assaulted :laceration on the left side of Homicide investigators are attempting The session will mark the Mm The Commission also announced or more of tilt segments
said that it Is "dictated by correct to locate Clifford and 15th days of private bearings appointments of Stanley -
Jail.A Mrs. Jackson and beat 1 her head resulting from tilt of its school system, they are )
and prospective expansion warrant was signed by an her about the face instead of 1 blow. Baker for further questioningand by the Commlsion, which P. Hebert u Deputy Director not fulfilling theralsslon and are
of program and staff." The office employer d Schuman Tire Co., hearing ber plea for him to The report continued to their only lead is that be was appointed In July by President of Investigations and warranted In adopting somehy-
will occupy the 10th and at Judge Poppell's office on the Although, the victim said 1 1be both were taken to DMC say for :had moved from 1063 W. Duval Johnson to determinewhat Lawrence: A. Still u Deputy orld method of districting that

11th floors for a total of 16,000 13th of October, Officer did finally stop beating and I treatment of their wounds and out southside, probably closer happened in the disturbances Director of Information for the would provide the necessary results
square feet, he said. Harrison said. to his Job. of last summer, 'tI'hllt Commission. "
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Tn Orchid Ladies dab Ia4 ON it fte mtttaadlnc fan social, ture. Three group worked together to pot UN tea over u a Jones, Minnie Williams and Beatrice Baacmn. IB the center ,ir.7 Ur.. Berael Ford Miss Jean Davis, Miss AltftmttM
events, the Orchid Ladies Fan ,Te*. According to those who success. Group No. Pi members, in the tu left Picture are, picture, from left are: Mmes Annie White, Essie Mae Clark- Weaver, Miss Gloria Raines, Miss Mildred Edward, Miss
Annie M. Thomas.
I attended, th1a fete is one not to to. missed and one that shouldbe from the left:: Mmes. Mabel Davis, Agnes Brown,Grille Bat- son, Gussie Bannister, Georgia Lewis, Anna Laurie Black, Juanita White, Mrs James Smalley and Mrs. of the club. I
on the agenda of every one who likes hospitality and cul son, Rosalee Balkcom, TJ. Walker, Llnnlo Sutton, Inca Ora Lee Ludd and Dessle McCraty. In the picture on the right t Mrs. George Lewis is the STAR progressive Photos By president A. Paul Crawford.



Winner And Runner Up Ararat Choir White Rose THE VOICE OF ZION I

Baby's Day was a big daj'at This special: feature, by the ment were FrancisJacbbswullam -
MOVE AHEAD WITHED tile Union Progressive Baptist No. 1 Views Social And Rev. A. J. Warren, pastor of Brown, Peter Williams,
Association's contest recently. Varlck Memorial AME Zion Abraham Thompson,June Scott,
Many tots were registered.Two LOIS History Savings Has Tea Church 1323 West 9th St., Is Samuel Pastier, t Thomas
won. The smiling little ladyat a comprehensive precis of the Miller, James Varick and
THE ONLY the top is smiling because growth of the great Zion Con- William Hamilton They hireda
of her victory. The name is Choir No. I of lit.Ararat Baptist foe Rosebud Ladles Social nection. The article will be housed on Cross Street, between -
Mirroca Jones, of the Sunshine Church celebrated the and Svlngs Club will observe In three parts. This is entitled Mulberry and Orange
Band, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. forty-eighth anniversary on their 20th anniversary'tele* "Our History." The sub- Streets which formerly was a
QUALIFIED CANDIDATE j1.S I Jones._Cherylene Rogers: ,_ 'October u at 8 p.m. tithe main bratloa on Sunday October 22, sequent installments will be stable, and was occupied by
auditorium o f the church. The at the St. James AME Church. called "The Varick Meeting", William Miller as a cabinet
+ n theme was "Love Ye One An-,, There has been prepared a and "the Holy Catholic; maker's shop, which house they
..other. The principal! speaker musical program for the enJoyment Church." fitted up with seats, pulpit and
was Rev. SL. Badger, pastor, of the public. .
You the people have voted for a new gov ,+ of the Emanuel Baptist Church. Mrs E. Melton and Mrs. Into house they held prayer
yf Rev. Badger was introduced by.]/ Ronnie Singleton will share the afternoon
mnt'aTax Sunday
have choice. bo meetings on
a you
ernment. Now
you Rev. D. J. Graham, Mt. Ara- duties as mistress of cere in the interval of Divine service
Assessor with over'20 years of Real rat's pastor, the Rev. Graham. monies. among the white brethren -
Estate EXPERIENCE. or a man with 20 years Mrs. Mildred Thomas is president Mrs. Maude Stewart has been between afternoon and
POLITICAL. experience? Ed Phikips knows the of the choir It was organized programed to bring the welcome evening service, and held also
fair and equal value of your property. in 1919, in October, and address to the listing preaching and exhorting meetIngs -
chose Mrs. Clara Milton for the church people.Programmed. on Wednesday nights by
ED PHILIPS president. Other presidentshave as guest soloistis such of their colored brethrenas
been Mrs.Annie Harrison, Miss Gloria Garvln. Many were licensed to preach
Assessor .w Mrs. Willie Tanner Mrs.Myrtle more outstanding church people
Tax and exhort. Thellcensedpreac-
Curry, Mrs.BeufahRichardson ; will appear on the program to sOUR hers and one exhorter among
Mrs. Viola Johnson, Mrs. help make this event a success.A this founding group officiated
Sarah Anderson. cordial invitation has been
"-- u they had opportunity.They .
MERROCA JONESin extended to the public. : continued In this way
the lower picture, Ii pleased Racialist
'-;- until 1799 when the number of
with her position the contest, St. HISTORY colored members of the Metho-,
Stephen
Methodist
In 1796 the African
V.OTE that of runner-up. Cherylene
Michael James Humphrey dist Episcopal Church of Nevi
Zion Church was
representing the Matron's De-< of Mrs Mary E. Humphrey, Episcopal
York City increased As the
partment, is the daughter of Jacksonville, and of Mr. Sylvester Baptist Has founded New York City. This seats in the church among the
out of the
Mr. and Mrs H. organization grew
Rogers.Among
FOR Humphrey of Clewiston, dissatisfaction of white members were limited,
known
others taking part was Lisa Fla. will be featured a two- well
they began to think about builda -
'ED Michelle Burton, daughter of piano number Sunday afternoon, Odd ProgramSt. tile the blacks John over Street discriminationin Methodist house of worship for them-
Mr._and Mrs._Burton Red,_ October 29, at the New Stanton selves, and to form themselves
Stephen Baptist, 4201 Al- Church
Into a body corporate, separate
Christopher Rush
meda Street, the Rev. B.F. Bishop
from the white church according -'
Addison pastor, has planneda states that: "When the colored
to the privilege granted
Church Renovation for Sun- members of the Methodist Episcopal
VOTE AGAINST THE OLD GANGI! day, October 29, at 3 p.m. church became Increased, to religious societies by the
laws of the state of New York.
Mrs. Mattie King is chairman and feeling a desire for the
..;;;;." ... Paid Political Adv. Mrs. Hattie Forman is co- privilege of holding meetings Afterwards they called meetIngs -
: chairman and Colleen} CU IJ-) of their own, where they might made decisions for progress -
..'i 4J, t' """ I ingham is reporter : have an opportunity to exercise -, and appointed nine trus-
their spiritual gifts among tees to attend the business of

i EIYr themselves, and thereby be getting up a house of worship.The .

more useful one to the other, first church was erectedin
1
: .t" CHERYLENE ROGERS Allen ChapelAllen a few of the most intelligent October, 1800, a frame buildIng. -
35 by 43 feet on property
of brethren obtained per-
our
Circle St. Matthews
Department
; Chapel AME's Wo-
the trustees
purchased by on
L ; ', Eastside. The High School, at 4 p.m., as a mission from Bishop Francis
.f' \ (.IiI. Baptist mne's Day will be Sunday the corner of Church and Leon-
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to hold meetings by
1 .l Jii! ,. contest took place in the Acorn feature of the twenty-fourth October 29. The chair man will Asbury ard Sts. and was dedicated
: ''I! piano pupils recital of Mn. themselves, in the Intervals ,
Club House.
Street Community
be Mrs. Alvater Calvin. The
hoursof for the House of God,and named
Evelyn Squires Foy. Young of the regular preaching
'ff. Top Photo by EMERSON co-chairman will be Mri..Willie the African Methodist EpiscopalZion
white brethren in the
is our ,
Humphrey a member of the
Ii ; ; Mt. Ararat Unit In.Tea' 'St. Plsus Catholic Church and I located Mae Shlggs.at 1529 The Swan churchis St., best manner they could. Church.
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I ) Usher Board No. 3 of Mt. Ararat is a sixth grade student' in the ; The,nine leaders of this move-
: : Baptist Church will'have $t. ,Pius School
: :i a .
spiritual tea Sunday in the home
,' : of Mrs Ella Porter, 1347 West Zephyr White All BRICK( HOMES
,'i" : 10th Street. Mrs. Griffin will be

the speaker. The public Is in- Rev Feather
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vited. Mrs. Irene Williams Is

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"111': Rosa Dicks; 1776 West ring on September ceremony 4.was Mrs.perfomed Wheeleris WIT II. 100, MIlES Of' J'
5th, will entertain the Ladles
well known, a member of
of Leisure October
23.
on Mrs.
Very fete men, have/ ever been greens Alice Anderson will be the co- the Second Baptist Church and
,Spiritual Advisor of the Seventh
honor "of being/ selected to lellllIel' hostess. Mrs. Mattie L. King Hour Prayer Band.She is alsoa
Is president Mrs. L.M. Fow-
minister of
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SATURDAY OCTOBER 21, 1S67 STAR PAPERS DARE 3L L


I ____ Leading Church ladies Aid Speakers Highlight", Anniversaries I

n I Wedding Bells


Horace Scoft, Jr.,'am West Raiding Coolege Uattlson,
,'fi1r b h N Virginia Ave, 18 and Them KM Olinois ',Si, 24 and ,
RoMbell Banks, 6826 Rhote Island Katherine Taylor, 1748 Spires i
Drive, E., 16. '
f St.,19: ;;
Sammlo Newton Rattls., 1420
','I Harper St., 60 and Sataf i Lee Jotur Arthur Jackson, 1H9 W,
\N, Moore 1420 Harper St.-,5,9., Beaver St.,fluid Lois Gwendo
Arthur Lewis Mcintyre,: 729 lyn ,Green, 1751 W. 20th St.,

: ,Blanche St., 56 and Wlnnonnta ZOo
.Orange, 729 Blanche St,44.
WI.1U.'Edw. Taylor, 3116 Davis
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','. It Solomon David Sheffield, 912 Sfc, 18 aid LydlaLee Ponder'89
? s as Duval St., 25 and Virginia Ann Margaret t,st.. 17.
Patterson, 912 Duval SU, 23.
Herbert Sanderson, Jr., $25Dellwood
Geary Niles Jefferson, 1122 W.
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Thousand of women, local(, national, state, came to Jacb : ; ;wffl guide the ship at state of these anniversaries/ over the weekend. We presents 13th St., 22 and Rose Jeanette'IWaml Ave. 35 and Foals
Dellwood
erous Women's Day Celebration planned for the local : Memorial AME ladles, leaders, for October 22, Sunday: Mrs Laura Rose, chair- 2429 Dab, St., 23, Mae%Crawford, 325
lawyers, doctors, councllwomen, prominent civic workers, Lucius Kennedy, co-chairman.: Mrs. Brilla T, Stephens, Edward Waters Col- Ave., %6.
ers, etc., all will take part In these annuals. Jacksonville, speaker. We present: Allen.,Chapel AME leaders for October 29: Mrs. H Jake PlantSffls,52W..BeaverSt. .K1lUaD' 361 Broward
I The ladles in the picture above represent an integer tt Calvin, chairman and Mrs Willie Mae Sbiggs, co-chairman. The charming lady- ., 41 and Lowreath Zeigler, Tom Jr., Murray
tain and encourage the church life of the city, not only far right we present; Mrs. Annette"),{. Espy, Principal of the Forrest Park Ele- 952 W. Beaver St., 32. St, It and Patricia Diana -
through the impressiens that such programs can have on School, who will be the morning speaker at Central Baptist Church on October 2523 OrIonSt., 16.
EMERSON PHOT (J.Z,3,6)) Ellis t2.ert Jones. Jr.. 1249
Samuel Jackson, Jr,, 1424 E.
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Grant St. 21 and Eddie Mae
....._ 22nd St.,22 and Geraldine Mari-
Ladles Club To --- bid Ladles Seek Third Year As Royalty Brown, 1023 Jessie St., 22. lyn Smith, 1558 Swift St., ZOo

Hold fall Tea IG1 B ] .. .r" '

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The'Cattleya Monsa Ladles ,Birthday
Club will, sponsor their annual
tall tea Sunday October 22, OWNES of Sharon Bible Club iMEES
from <4< to 6 p.m., in the YWCA, Christmas is In the air. Sunday afternoon at I [ 5'
located at 582 W. 8th Street. a meeting for Saturday. Mrs. << the home of Mrs
Mrs. Eddie Lee Williams and lin, will be hostess. Names 1814 W. 13th
Mrs Dorothy C. Kennerly will will also be completed. All -- _..... I
serve as chairman and cochairman Melton is reporter. has asked an
respectively. to please be present 54 WEST FORSYTH j jFANTASTIC
Person appearing on the program of importance will
that has been prepared 946 Kings Road, November : .
are: Mrs. Viney Ford, Mrs. has been planned. News has Alexander Is the Ali'lii7W j'JLrT r
Ola Jackson, Miss Sheila High- Headquarters in Washington. =
tower, Mrs. Elizabeth Austin, feliz, will speak. Felix, 507 : .
Mrs. Feolia Cllark, Mrs. Julia secretary Belle has an-
Webb, Mrs. Dorothy Jackson, Gospel Crusaders
Timothy Sinclair, Mrs. Ellenor a musical program
McBride, Mrs. Eva Jordan, WHITE ROSE ORDER United Church
Mrs. Callie Cohn,, Mrs. Mamie Group No. 149 will meet Tl Sunday beginning
Jackson, Mr. John Henry Hall, 913 Jefferson Street. All .
Gripper, Mrs. Lillian Farley, sent and on time Lady Rosa is invited and re-
Mrs. Dorothy Kennedy, Mrs. business of Importance to will be served at
Leona Harris, Mrs. Jannle of the program.
Cannon, Mrs. Gene Hawkinsand
Mrs. Mildred Brown.

Other participants are Louise Mrs. Mr, James GOLDEN Sparrow DREAM, 3130 Nations AJr
Mildred Carrier, Mrs. t' I
the next meeting on October
Hargrove Mrs Irene Grant,
Mrs. Alma Ezell. present. James Sparrow, ; At Ehenezei
Mrs. Williams also announcedthat WIG SALE

The Blue Shadows,Hostess Oa Suede
Club, Mt.Ararat Baptist Church ,
usher board 1 will be honored The Epicures meet at 8 p.m i
Carrie Adams,57 59 Sawyer Social Relations
guests.A the letter O. Miss Inez of ICS Mrs V.B.
cordial invitation has been
extended to the public. time! Nations will Tea sponsor Sunday, HALF PRICEy
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at Ebeneter Metho :
NIGHTINGALE from <4< to 6 p.m.
World War I Veterans! The club will worship with 'Choir of the
October 22, at the morning sing Mrs. Mary
To Meet On Saturday guest of Mrs. Mazelle Smith will be the w
Friends
speaker. are
be with Mr and Mrs. Geroge
attend.' Mrs. HJ.,
World War r ''Veterans'of OWENS L president;; Rev. E., ,.,4
Gateway Barracks 3131 will pastor Mrs. E. \1
The Ladles will meet 3 J y
hold their meeting on Satur Mary Lue Flanders, 3424 is corresponding and "h
day, beginning at 2 p.m. secretary.
The commander has urged that COMMUNITY ;4 ; r
.all members be present as '
business of vital Importance The next meeting will be Of Saxon
will be discussed during this Mrs Annie Raines and Mrs.
session. the floral contributions Plush Affair
According to the Vets leader Others who participated and "
final plans for the Armistice Mrs John Will Brown, and of Saxony spon-
Day celebration will be under- will be October 25. The last '
Royal Tea Sunday,
taken also. It is also Parker 2022 West 16th
expectedthat 8, at Buster Ford's fJ"
all trustees be present :1'b' The elaborate
with some report pertaining to PANSY BLOSSOM five beautiful tables
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the new home for 3131. The Circle celebrates their white, purple and Mrs. Gladys Robinson and Mrs P.E. Wise are running fir the
The 1968 new membershipdrive ,29, at St. John's Baptist were: Mrs. 'third consecutive year for the titles of Queen and Princess 1
Is now underway. tendance will receive. a prize.Good Mrs. Eva M. respectively of the Mount Olive African Methodist Episcopal ) .4,
Queen Aklns,Mrs. Church. The crowing will be Sunday night, October 29, at Mt.
Mrs. Maggie Olive The speaker for the morning Women's Day service will
and Mrs. Alberta be Mrs. Hortense W. Gray. Mrs/Ablate Shehee, wile crl; the
Government Starts With Informed presiding elder, will give the call to worship. ,
L. STAR Photo By*A. Paul Crawford.
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Parade Grand Worthy 'Mafron, Makes Masonic Call '
1.HUMAN
: HAIR
The Grand wormy Matron is honor of the Grand Master' ;
calling all Worthy Matrons, Ill. Rudolph Bradley of the .f' '.
1 For Svnday Worthy Patrons, Associate Patrons ,Most Worshipful! Union Gram
Associate Matrons, Deputies 'Lodge of Florida P.H.A.Dr. .. e
\\ : and members of the C.B. Nelson Daniels Is
Florida and Bethany
I \ 'Unionwllf have Order d the Eastern Star to the Grand Worthy Matron,state : ]1990rVyREG.

tL 22.parade All ushers on Sunday are, 'and take an banquet active to part be in the held parade at z., of protection Florlra of working the Most under Worshipful the- ," :: [,

Ip.m., October 21st. ,
r meet at 1:45: at 36th Union Grand Lodge. '
This event will be given In. '
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your opportunity 22-ln, the Bond ever to come 1.; w \
who are offering themselves for public Temple, 1944 20th, '
win be g, out ofKentucky. 0.0
the Primary Election October 24. Many Participants .
Mae Thomas, Mrs. SALE
will have booths in the exhibition Hall Banister, Mrs Mary REG. 19"
public starting at 3 PAV All At.Large Mrs. Camilla Jack- \

be presented from the stage of the Sugars, The

PM., following opening remarks by Choir and Mini

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Duval Couny Democratic Executive of Leisure Social r
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as a public service. Mrs. King Is Y 14 WET rOMTTN
of St.Stephens Bap fflnBulK 5 opts MONDAY
AL GREEN and His Orchestra / The Rev. B J. I" '
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I Steele Avenue Church Of God Women To Hear Noted Speakers Sunday I





Midway Baptist New St. Janes SIM! Memorial-AME Wooers- DIY leaders ---.... -..- North Carolinian

Church To Host Finishes Plans

New Saint James AME Church EL Roster With

Wo.'s Prograss will observe Women's Day Sun Shares

day, October 29, with the morn.
Midway Baptist Tabernacle's Mist
log congregation bearing
Women's Day will be Sunday, Clotee Philyaw Prldgen as the ,

October 22, with gala programs speaker according to zrI Two More Floridans
all day. Mrs. Fannie Bradfordwill an amuwncementfromtheofficeof -

be the morning speaker. the pastor, Rev.AD.Harris.A tr
Mrs. Jessie Mae Polk will be special feature will be the 7 A The, Church of Ged!, Steele and Blue, will celebrate Women's

guest solist. Mrs. Ruby Karlel Youth Hour at 4 p.m. Miss Meredith Day,Sunday, October 82, with big services throughout the day.
and Mrs. Ruby Harris will be In Perry will preside. Mrs. Lois B. Kinney of Greensboro, N. C. will speak In the

charge of devotions.Mrs. Bruce Smith of the Anderson morning. Miss Joyce Jordan teacher in the Eugene Butler
Jane Boyd will be guest High School will be the principal 1 Jmdor-Senior High School and Mrs. Annie Bell Wheeler of the
superintendent of the Sunday speaker. The Blue Triangle Le ; Daytona Beach Church of God, will also highlight the services

School. Mrs. Geneva Andersonwill Glrsl will sing. They are stud 1] speakers. Jordan.
be guest teacher.The young ents of the George Washington Bishop>> Roosevelt Hustle is Others participating are:Mrs.

people will be In charge at 3 Carver Elementary School pastor. There will be many Ruby Lee Dixon, Moncrief Baptist '
p.m. Miss Sandra E. Polk will, Mrs. P.A. Horne and the North j guests and teachers. Among ; Mrs. CampeU, Moncrtef
be guest soloist Miss Connie western String Ensemble will them will be Guest Superintendent Baptist, offering;,Mrs Ethel P.
Wilkins will be mistress of, appear. Miss Arena Miles and Mrs. Julia Cain, Secretary McClinton, youth counselor
ceremonies. Ebenezer Baptist Miss Linda Merriweather will Mrs. Margaret Tee, de Mrs. Ruth Spiny Is general

Church of Gainesville will be sing also. partmentalsuperlntendentMissPrlsd chairman. y
represented by its choir. A At 7 p.m. a musical program Ia Westbrooks. The gen Evening participants will be:
mll lcal has been set for 6pm. will be given.Sunday School will & eral review will be by Miss Mrs Estelle Blake and Mrs.
The Summerville Baptist be at 9:30 with Mrs.Eloulse Edmonds Settle Ruth Smith Ophelia Herring, Mrs. Clara
Church choir will be guest Mrs., as superintendent. Visiting teachers wlilbe:Mrs. Jenkins, Miss Doris Medlock,
Alethla Coney will be guest So- Participants In the morning Rcode Carter, Day Springs; True Vine Fire; Baptist Holiness
lolst. Mrs. Estella James will service will be: Mrs. A. D., Mrs. Arletha B. Moore, Zion Church Choir; Mrs. Martha *
be pastor for the day. Harris, Mrs. A.C. Chandler, Hope Baptist; Mrs. Leila Sla- Raines, Mrs. Ophelia Green
Mrs. Janle Jenkins, Mrs.Claudine mon, St. Thomas Baptist; Mrs. solo; Mrs. Lucile Washington,
IN MEMORIAM I IIn Williams, Mrs. Ruth Watson Marion F. Lewis, Mt. Ararat; Mrs. Clara Jenkins, Mt.Ararat
Mrs. Willie Lee Smith. Mrs. Melonia Shernon, Mrs. and Mrs. Emma Walking, St.
Miss Rose Prldgen, Mrs.Willie Clarice Bradwell, Day Springs; Matthews Baptist and Mrs.
Lee Smith, Mrs. Carrie B. Mrs. Sophia Mason, Church of Tommye Wilder, Union Community

Grayer, Mrs Barbara A. Frailer -Grant Memorial AME's Women's Day Celebration centers Mrs. E. H. Morgan; Mrs.: Willie Mae Hart.' On the third, from God, Fernandlna; Mrs. Maggie AME Church, offering;

Mrs. Willie Mae Hart, around a large group of aggressive women, each a leader in left, we see: Mrs. Gertrude Ball, Mrs. Celestine Jacobs, L. Wilson, St. Matthews, Miss Mrs. Lillian Belton, Miss Al-
Mrs. Walter Tucker,Mrs.Edith a particular area. Shown above, left to right, front row, Mrs. Beulah Stebbins, Mrs. E. Cross, Mrs. Freddie Jamison, barbara L.Smith,Church of the tamese Williams, Simpson Methodist
Toston, Mrs. Virginia C. Martin are: Mrs. Reba Christopher, Mrs. Maude Milner, Mrs. Lottie 4th Mrs. Alvernlce McQueen Mrs. Lucille Brown and Miss Living God Pillar and Ground of Mrs. Inez Howar, visitors
Mrs. Lynette Braggs, Cochairman Mae Rose, Mrs. Lucious Kennedy, Mrs. Elizabeth DuBose and Truly Graham. Mrs. Rose is chairman, Mrs. Kennedy co- Truth; Mrs. Ophelia Green, ; Mrs. Gloria Tonsil fin.
Mrs. Hattie Perry, Mrs. E.M. Hopkins. In the second row, from left, are: Mrs. chairman PHOTO BY EMERSON. Church of God. CaJlahan.: Mrs. ,ances; Baptist Holiness Church,
Chairman, Mrs. Eva Guyton, Gussie Mims. Mrs. R. M. Johnson. Mrs. Ernestine Stephens, Guy' Matthews; Mrs. ,Mildred.Mrs. McGehee, Mrs. Ella He-

General Coordinator. Benjamin, Mrs. Willie Mae La- .
Vett, Mrs. Hazel Tisdale, True
Mt. SilL Biptisl t Leaders Vine Fire Baptist; Mrs. Marie stle.Make
_.. .__ CHURCH NEWS Boston Philadelphia Baptist; Your
Mrs Louise Griffin and Mrs.

f Sarah Hunt.Participants.
GRACE BAPTIST
in the morning
Sunday School at 9:30 am. Mrs. Victoria Breaker, assistant Vote
service at 11
beginning a.m.
superintendent, will be in chargejhe mornlngworship begins ,
will be Mrs. Ella B. Nestle
at 11 a.m Deacon Herman Goggins and Deacon Douglas : ,
Wiley will be in charge of devotions. The Rev. B. F, Brown will ,pastor for the day; the Church CountNEB
of God Senior Choir,Mrs.Nelie
Y '
t r deliver the message or will be represented by an alternate.
and Bessie
Mrs. Phelps
; Prayer will be I 8 will make Dlggs ;
usual.
meeting as Groups through
of Dean J. )
loving memory Mrs. Edna F. Frazier Church
,
tsed their reports on October 22. Church Address: 1552 East 26th. % ADULT CLASSES L
JJ. Epperson, whop away ,of God in Christ; Mrs. Alvalon
Rev. Benjamin F. Brown
pastor.
one year ago toda/, October C rom a rtle Presbyterian
19, 1967. The one wh< wax very FeeeeeeC Church, organist;Mrs.Ethel M. -Starting Nov. 13, 8 P.M:
dear to us, God C1 y knows Murry, Bethel Baptist Institutional -
how much we m Rev. Alfred L. Heeker, pastor in charge. Services will begin '
Signed: Church of God, Excelsior
Mrs. Janle B. F1| :*rju wife; When Mt. Sinai 3apui't Church held it;Annual Women's Day recently three ladles played at 10 a.m. Brother Earnest Huff and Brother Gerald Jack Gospel Singers. KINDERGARTEN TEACHERSAIDS

Miss Olivia C. In ', fckhild; prominent parts, but were assisted by many other women. Mrs. Ruby T. Herndon, top son will be in charge. The morning worship is at 1130.: Broker The offering will be supervised -
Mrs. A'berta' H. IF, slsterln left, was chairman. Mrs. Elizabeth Crawford, center, led the prayer, as a guest from Alfred Hooker, minister in charge, will deliver the ser by Mrs. Mary Green, First *
.la\'. First Corinthian Baptist. Mrs. Nora Anderson, right, was a cochairman.STAR mon. The young and Adult Bible study hour begins at 6 p.m. Baptist Mrs. Joan D. Spauld- PIA1JO-VOICE-THEORY
PHOTO Bv, A. Paul Crawford. At 7 the service On at 7:30 ; BAND AND ORCHESTRA
regular Thursdays
p.m. opens. ing, St. Plus Catholic Church; ,
General Bible Study 1$ featured. All are invited INSTRUMENTS-GUITARADEN'S
You Mrs. Muril D. Golden, Presbyterian
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Victoria Toms '
,United Chvrch ,Of Christ :.'w f .4 ***.**** .*, r* w +I'V'' *.fljwJ ; Mrs. H. .. COLLEGE
\ The* Best Doer Mrs., Rosa Lee Dlxon, Pentecostal -
FIRST HORN TEMPLE Church of God Mrs. 1816 W. 20th Street
;
v len Your Doctor Aid For More Than 300 Negroes Sunday School opens at 10 a.m. with Elder Levl Smith presiding Cynthia King, Mt. Zion Baptist; Registrar 356-6465
Prescribes. Get Ex- ; Deacon M. McQueen is superintendent. The morning Mrs. Jeanette Boggs Philadelphia
( NEW ORLEANS, .-The United Church of Christ plans to fohn H. Bolden, BJ5., M$., EDjS
The will lead the
i ,rlenced Pharmacists worship will be at 11:15: a.m. young people>> Baptist; Mrs. Catherine
w."orJlng to Yournoator'a help more than 300 "unqualified" Negro students to attend Mevotlons. At 4 p.m. the Choir will celebrate the Sixth Anniver McGehee; Miss Martha Williams ......__.President-Director. .
and universities the Rev. Charles E. Cobb
its 32 colleges .
sary. Mrs. Rosetta Colven Is president. The YPCW will meet St. Matthews Baptist, so
Orders. vert the Committee for Racial Justice
executive coordinator of
at S:30. Mrs. Margaret Johnson is president. Evening worshipis loist.
e Only The Best Now of the United Church, announced here today, will The church J
at 8 p.m. The pastor;or an appointee, serve. Mrs. Viola Albrltten will introduce MEMORIAM
( Mllty l ugs Mr. Cobb said that the students indifference of parents. They Is located at 82S West Monroe. Presiding Elder A. Hill will be the speaker, Mrs LoisB.
C. E. BLACK. Proprietor selected will be those will be recruited from urban present Friday night, tonight, to hold a meeting. All are expected Kinney of Greensboro,North
who would not go to college and rural areas throughout the to be present. Carolina. Miss Martha Williams
..tdstr ed Pharmacists To Serve You In
because of poor grades high
COMPLETE LINE OFCodm .. ... ... school!, poor counseling, lack country social by and ministers civil rights, teachersand workers ......,. altar will prayer be guest will come soloist.from The

:: L : Rubber Goods Candles sun- of money, low motivation and he said. UNION; PROGRESSIVE BAPTIST CHURCH Mrs. Nestle Observations will

dri Mr. Cobb said that each of the Rev. Jake Ray, Jr., pastor. Address, 613 Pippin Street. Mrs come from Mrs. Teresa P.
IN MEMORIAM I leorala Miller reporter.Sunday School at 9:30 with the superintendent
ft, IONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED'Lilly's ,thirty-two schools related to the Donald of St. Matthews Baptist.
and teachers in charge The lesson topic will be reviewed
United Church of Christ will Mrs. Inca Howard will acknowledge -
by the pastor. At 11 a.m. Deacon Major Hicks and Lon. the visitors.
be asked to accept ten studentsand
Drug Store provide tutors, counseling ale Brooks will be charge of devotions.Choir No.3 along with The young people will meet at
the ushers At 3 all districts and boards will
art and other assistance, "We hope, will serve. p.m. 3 p.m. Mrs. Barbara Fields is
1907 Kings Road. 353-8279' to see each of the students celebrate their anniversaries. All choirs will serve. Tuesday general chairman. Othershelp-)
through from beginning to end," night is prayer meeting night.Thursday night Choir Nol will re- ing will be Miss Hazel Stanton,
there hearse. The public is Invited. Juanita Pickens Pearl Mitchell
be said. "Although
may 'yar 'ti

DO YOU IELIEVE ...... IUCK ? be initial rough spots, we feel ........ exander, JosephhNeYatesEar- 3
that the program can be academically ,
MT. TABOR BAPTIST lene Smith Gloria Mitchell ,'
acceptable and sociologically ""
t Rev. H.T. Overstreet, pastor. Services begin with the Sunday Gwendolyn Turner, Juanlta
In
desirable. School at 9:30. Deacon Jason Barr 1'111 preside. The pastor will loving memory of the
BISHOP CHARLESAMERICA' Cobb called the project a significant review the:lesson. At 10:45: consecration will be featured. The Herrings, Pearl Wright, Sher- late Mrs. Hazel Lewis who
red McGehee. Miss Jordan will
step in preparing Negro departed this life October
r1. morning worship begins at 11 a.m. The pastor and The Rev. ,
youths for an age of automationand > choir union speak. 20, 1964, 3 years ago today.
be In
associate will cbarge..The
Cherry
George ,
Also Mrs. Barbara Fields
"If do not ,
Your
cybernetics. we acts of love
tender
at 3 The BTU will be headed by Deacon ,your
will be a feature p.m.
Mrs. Laverne Johnson Miss
GREATEST take direct action to remedy care will never
be
at 7 Choir No,Sand forgotten
Paul Behn. The evening woshlp begins p.m.
educational deficienciesthen Gwendolyn Turner, The Voicesof
past down through the
Usher Board No.l will serve throughout the day. years
SPIRITUALISTt the potential of Negroes Faith, Miss Hazel Stanton, 0 how we miss you We must
HAS ,, can never he achelved," he salsa The Gsopel Ensemble, Holy confess. We loved you Hazel,
said. Temple Church of God Christ, but'God loved
So, if you have PROBLEMS of any < you best.
Miss Deborah Ann
Wilson
live a MORE ABUNDANT LIFE OF BETTER HEALTH;, Y "When we look at the small SWEETFIELD BAPTIST CHURCH Signed
GREATER PROSPERITY, TRUE HAPPINESSplease don't number of Negroes in the 42, Rev D.B. Barnes pastor. Dedicatory services will be held Mrs. Dorothy Sibley will present Mose Lewis, husband Mrs.
In memory of the late English educational institutions relatedto the speaker, Miss Joyce Julia Evans
let another minute slip away a GirardeauSrwhopassed all day. Outstanding ministers will speak. The Rev. A.B. mother.
the United Church of Christ
the Rev. A.F. Cummungs Mayor Tansler,and others
Coleman ,
IMPORTANT. away October 23, 1964. Beloved In all ,
and to extent
a larger
to your wife and childrenyou will participate. Mrs D.B. Barnes wiliest the ribbon at 3 p.m.
the universities and colleges
.Please Bring A Friend That Needs Help gave your deepest love, in the country, It is sheer Mrs. Gertrude Barnes chairman publicity.Church address: Need ChurchCub)

I Guarantee You God's Richest BlessingsIT affection, and devotion. We nonsense to say we are doing L/f% Harrison, Street, East Jacksonville.Fla. ,.

A PLEASURE TO WELCOME YOU AT' you miss you stiU.so_ Father much. We in love thy all An that important we can."goal of the proJect ..NOTICEThe Or Wedding Pictures'CALL

gracious keeping leave we ) is to get predominantly

2339 BROOKLYN RD. 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. now thy servant sleeping. white schools to drop>> their deadline for all Church News Is Tuesday noon of each
Signed: "middle class standards" for week. AU chairmen of publicity should follow this schedule. FOR APPOINTMENTS' WE[ Will COME TO Y01JBITH

CALL 165 3366 Mrs. Annette Girardeau wife. admission, Mr. Cobb said. Information on affairs already clearly defined should be broughtto
APPOINTMENT
FOR and children.
l the office or mailed to Post Office Box 599 as. soon as pos NO SERVICE OR SPECIAL CHARGES

Deceased sible. The address of the church, the name of the pastor and

the name of the Publicity Chairman are all important. Please
Elect Include such.MODERN.
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fAMILY.PICTURES '

Morgga BUSINESS ,

NEEDS fef NEW CPVERA6E

TRAINED .OFFICE
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16 Years Law CARD'OF THANKSThe' new kllli c* pick md ,
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family of the late PJjC, LACK ft WHITE
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PracticeAbility Curtis Mitchell wishes ,to Di> Y 0* IVININC TrN.a .. .-

thank you for your klndnsta, cussnITATf :

.: Eiperiu t Judgement ,for cards.Signed flowers:, telegrams r AmOVTDWALKER COMMERCIAL COLLEGE PHONE TODAY

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I Councilwoman Singleton Will Address St. Stephen's AME Women Sunday I



Yoaag People. Will TakeOver St. Matthews. AME To Lay Cornerstone St. Peter AME Tabernacle Duel United Cforch .. I

Meet Is Sunday

AfternooR Service The deacons, deaconesses and Has Negro Scrft I
Will Hear Boy trustees of Tabernacle Baptist
Councilwoman Miry E. Singleton, former teacher In the Jack- Ttrorch will meet Jointly In NEW YORK, N. -The Rev I'I

.sonvllle School Ssystem, prominent civic worker and citizen, Preach Sasday .heir anniversary on Sunday, Joseph H. Evans, of Chicago. ... .
;:-will open the Women Day Celebration at St.Stephen' AME October 22, at 3 p.m. Illinois, toot office October 1 Las '
services at the church will be preceded by the Sunday School, and Lee, R v. R. Wallace, pastor of First Timothy Baptist, will of Christ.
at 9:30. I.ts. Singleton li a member<< the St. Km.Cathode has cheduled Important ser speak. Leaders In the effort Mr. Evans, formerly minister
Church the speaker will be Introduced by Mrs. Vera Davisof vices for Sunday October 22, are: Leona James, President of the Church of the Good Shepherd -
Mt. Zion AME Church. ME Church Mrs.Mary J.Jones and Sunday October 29. of the Deaconess Board No. 1; Chicago the first Negro
Many other outstanding Individuals will take the missionary offer. On October 22 Little Minister Carrie Brown, President of to be elected to a top office of
musicians, teachers, Ing. Announcements will be Larry Boston and the Bostonettes Deaconess Board No. 2,Oliver any peredominatly: white de
Sunday School and missionary made by Mrs. Jean P. LlptreJ will be presented In a Seabrooks, chairman of trustee nomination. About two per cent
I workers, young people and pro of Mt. Olive AME Church.Mrs. musical recital In the evening board.The Rev W.E.Young, of the denomination's two-
lament citizens, have been Mable D. Jones will lead the y I IM Larry Is twelve years of age pastor. million members are Negro,
scheduled In order to make this hymn singing. The pastor the and Is called the "Wonder". -
day at St. Steplu n's great ODD Rev. JS. Johnson will extend On October 22 at 3 p.m., the PLLEEAASSEE RememberThe
'la Its annals.. the Invitation to those who want Rev W.R. Rosier of Mt. Bethel ., i
'to Join. The morning offeringwill Baptist will speak. These services -
be directed by Mrs. GraceY. TT are being sponsored by Deadline! For \
Brown, Mrs. Angela Joyner, m Mrs. C. Wallace for the benefit I
Church & Social News
Mrs. Catherine Williams and of Women's Day, listed for
Miss Juanlta RaIford. October 29 Otherprojectshave
Visitors will be welcomed been planned also. Is
Miss Charlesetta Splier.by The cornerstone of the St. Matthews' AME Church, will be laid Sunday October 22, at Mrs. Martha Roberts will be Tuesday Noon J '
3 p.m., with the Rev. W.F. Foster of the South Jar District as guest. The t ev. J.W. Jones the principal speaker on
Greetings for special guests will lead the hymns and the The Rev. Z.L. will Introduce the the
s wr will be extended by Mrs. Virginia prayer. Tvrus speaker, October 29. Two Prayer Bands Bring News To w,,,
Martin Rev. A.C. Chandler. The Rev. JJJ. Johnson pastor will extend Invitation. Acknowlege- will conduct the devotional ser '
Day Springs Baptist meats will come from the Rev. C.E. Jenkins. Deputy H. Simmons of the Master Vasons will
vices. Distinguished guests
t Church, and Zenebia remarks Gen-will of Duval County will make remarks. Others speaking will be the Rev. Eugene Mobley. be the Security Guards and their 2323 Moncricf Rd. Cor. 13th St.,
be made Mrs. >
by Choir No. 2 of St. Matthews win participate with Mrs. Mary Black as musician. Dinner Wives' I,
Auxiliary.Mrs.
wrlght.The Young People will be In will be served in the evening following the laying of the cornerstone. The public Is Invited Ida Slmmons-Cuslon and Notices Must Be Mail By Monday Noon
Photo Emerson Studio,
By
charge at 4 p.m. Mrs Barbara Wallace are the
At 7 pjn. the services will -- chairman and co-chairman re YOUR COOPERATION 1$ NEEDED '
close out with another enthusiastic Divine Day At Tabernacle Baptist Units In Same MeetThe spectively. Mrs. Cornelia C, \1
program. Mrs. J.S. Wallace will serve as Pastor SO WE CAN SERVF YOU
,- '. -- Johnson will lead thecall to worghip. Second BaptistSecond Missionary Society will be In charge services throughout of the Day. '
MART SINGLETON Mrs. Erma Muldrew ol the day at Holy Tabernacle Church on Sunday, Bishop R.
Mt. Calvary will lead the openIng Baptist Church's L. Jones Is the pastor.
Mrs.: Geneva Wheeler Is Central hymn. The invocation will Divine Day Services will be Bible ichool Is scheduled to begin at 10 a.m., with superintendent WOOLWORTH'S
Chairman ( the Mrs. Mary A. Smith and teachers In charge .
or day. come from Mrs. Delphlna M. Sunday October 22, will begin
JS. Johnson will lead the morning Following Bible school, morning worship will begin at ll:30a.m.
Carter of: Day Springs. Mrs. with the Sunday School at 9:30a.m. :
call to worship. The opening Ruth E. White of First New ., L.C. Chester, assistedby ,
hymn will be led by Mrs. UPU Is set for 9 p.m., with Mrs. Wlthrel Woody In charge .
Zion Baptist will read the scrip, the assistant general and At
Frances C. Jones, Mt Zion tures. Mrs. Alice Baity of Central departmental superintendents, At ( p.m., the Adult choir has been asked to please meet I '
Mrs. Llllie D. Hair will come CME willleadthe TeDeum. will be In charge. The pastor, with the directress, Mrs. Lydia Diggs
. from St. Stephen's Baptist to The missionary offering will betaken the Rev. J.C. Sams, win review The Sunbeam Singer will render a musical program at 8 p.m. !
-f lead the Invocation. The oc- by Mrs. Lillian King of the lesson and deliver the Along with this outstanding group, other singing groups of Shoes the ,j
i caslon,will be Indicated by Mrs. St. Plus Catholic. The guest sermon for the morning wor- th e city will appear on this program which is sponsored jor family .
Andrenna Nickerson of Shlloh soloist will be Mrs. Mae Dean ship. by Mrs. Lydia Diggs.
On at 8 Bible Hour will be
Metropolitan Baptist Church. Flager. Consecration rites for the deacons Tuesday night beginning p.m Study
Soloists will be Mrs. Vivian Announcements will be made deaconess, the choir and held at the church.
Copeland Day Springs Baptist Beginning at ( pm., on Friday night regular confession DOWNTOWN STORE ONLY
by Miss Jacqueline Madry.Mrs. the ushers will be held at 10:45:
Church and others. In t h service will be held it was announced by the church's reporter.
e and
Sarah B. Seymore Mrs. a.m. The morning worship begins -
morning the scripture will be Thelma Maxwell will take the at 11 a.m. The Baptist 300 HOGAN ST.
read by Miss Grace Brown,Eb- offering. Mrs. Geneva Wheeler Training Union will conveneat Union Community Women CelebrateUnion
enezer ME Church, with the decalogue will announce visitors.The Rev. 5:45 p.m. Mrs. R.H. Morris J
reading coming from J.S. Johnson pastor,will extend sette will be in charge The Community AME Church intendent of the Sunday School
Mrs. Florida Cave Ebenezer will celebrate Women's Day and will be assisted by several
make Important
closing greetings, evening worship begins at 7p.m.
Sunday October 29.Mrs. Para-
School
remarks, and give the The Prayer of Faith Hour Sunday teachers l'
Mrs. BradhoM benediction. II r s. Genevieve is every Tuesday at 7 p.m. The :'dine Smith of St: Paul AME Rev. N. McCray Is pastor, ,
General will be the morning speaker Mrs. Willie Daniels chairmanfor
Crockett Is Reporterfor Sunday officers and teachers' J
Mrs. Arty Brown of Mt. Zion the day, Mrs. Tommie Lee
the Church The Rev. J.S. council meets Fridays at 7 ,
Will AddressSt.
AME: will be soloist. Wilder is co-chairman Mrs.
; Johnson Is pastor. The church p.m. Mrs. Alberta Williams guest I l-
Mrs. Dora Lee Jenkins of Mt. A.B. Houston, reporter. I ;
is at 913 West 5th Street. is Church Reporter.
Paul Meet Zion AME will be guest super .J

Rev. Wiltons Praises Rev. Wilson \
Mrs. Mildred Bradham,Grand First bra __ ____
Basiteus of the Zeta Phi Beta j
of Jason
Sorority supervisor
social workers, world traveler, temple' ChforIn q rQN j1
lecturer and prominent cltlien, a
will keynote the women' day I
services atSt.Paul AME Sunday' AiRfversiryFirst //1
morning, October 22, when she .
brings the openlnf principal id- Born Temple's Choir
dress of the day to the church.
the
No. 1 will be celebrating '
Mrs. Bradham, a native of Atlanta second anniversary of Its + 1
Georgia now resides In founding on Sunday, October ,MI
.Jacksovnllle and is employedwith I
22, at 3:30 p.m. :
the Public Welfare Depart
Among listed participants will '1 '
ment as supervisor of social be: The Gospel TraytlJngStars,
s.99f x .
workers. Along with numerous 1
Sister Ella Louise Cohen, The u
social and civic affiliations
other
Voice of the United '
Choir of the :
: Mrs. Bradham holds office
-
Memorial
Choir No. lot Howard .
International Grand 1
; as
The Voices of Jerusalem, The
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Miss Jacquelyn Smith will be Rosetta Cohen Is president Friendship Baptist Church, its members, officers and friends, took time out to pay tribute --
guest soloist for the morning Elder A. Bill te pastor. during a week-long service, to the Rev. Richard L. Wllsen, Sr., minister, for his
worship, Mrs. Davenport Other organisations partici- having served fourteen years, as well is for the reminiscence of the M years of the church
pating will be: New Hope Male Itself. In the picture above the Rev. Union Williams of '
Is
Bannister will be featured dur pastor Bethany Baptist, speaking 1 a3I
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"Sermon of Songs." 3, First Corinth Chorus No. with the minister speaking are Rev D. J. Graham, Mt. Ararat, Rev W.C. Veal, St. Thomas
Sunday School will begin pro- 2, Church of God in Christ Baptist, John T, Banks Rev. Williams Is seated to the far right of the picture.A. .

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.Nellie Reed and Virginia Harper
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NEWS ,
By WHITNEY M. YOUNG JR

Published by the Florida Star Pub'1' tag'Company THE FLIGHT FROM RESPONSIBILITY.


One of the most publicized aspects of the current sceneIs
MEMBfc'RNEfiRO the "hlppt" movement. The sight of thousands of young

people, most of them from middle-class homes, dropping
out of society for a life of bohemian irresponsibility la
PRE SStMEERNATTONAL wedely reported and discussed
A popular explanation of the movement is that. they are
P rejecting the values of their middle-class pa. I
I''I rents. I wonder In some ways they want ,

ERIC 0. SIMPSON -- Miia.ii Editir no Integrated part of and politics.without While overt they prejudice are superby them- I I:

selves, they say they don't care about the

HILDA WOOTFN -- Circilitin Maiifir l ,x a ,rk ful Negro's social efforts action. doesn't to secure concern equality them.Meaning j jHow

does this differ from their parents' attitudes? They
too reject Involvement In society's problems. They too, includtne -
2323 kfoncrief Road Pkin Ell is 4-8782 many who say they are "liberal", have abandoned
meaningful efforts to Join with Negroes to secure a better

Mailing Addriss ii society. So in this respect at least, both the hippies and their
p middle-class parents don't want to become Involved in the

P.O. BII 589 Jichmlllt, Flirldi 32201 world around them. The hippies "drop out"; their parents
Just turn their backs.
One hippie told a reporter: "When this many people decide
MIAMI OFFICE a society is worthless, it's something to think about. He
should have said: "When so many people decldf) a societyis
1018 NV 7th An. Phone 7513879SUBSCRIPTION t Efl 4 worthless, they should work to change it into,something
RATES ljI better, rather than running away from it."
If s too bad these youngster don't share the idealism and
k'Ip
One Year Half Year $5.00 ,) ( r f
$8.00 f courage of the thousands of young men and women who also
Mailed to You Anywhere in the United States turn their backs on middle-class values, or lack of them,
Subscription payable In advance to work in the slums and ghettos of our nation to help war

Send Check or Money Order to: I ly on poverty. It Is disturbing that they don't get a tenth of the
publicity given to the hippies.In .
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fact the whole war on poverty effort is under attack from
Jacksonville, 1, Florida .k citizens seeking to escape from responsibility
Some of the things I've heard about the anti-poverty effort
sound very much like excuses not to support it. One such
comment I've heard is that the war on poverty doesn't matter
Which Way To Racial Peace? A BLACK COMMUNITY DOES'NT HAVE TO BE A GHETTO! because riots occurred In cities like Detroit,'which got all
the federal money it wanted.
There was a time when the crux of the n www..wwwwtw-www------------- ---, I don't know how that idea got around, but nothing could be
I : further from the truth The Office of
Economic
Opportunity,
racl .1 problem existed in the South,
which administers the war on poverty, said that Detroit
but this is true no more. Fact 'of the matter 1 only got M percent of the funds it asked for.Some big cities
there has been more racial distrubance 1 YOUR WeeklyHOROSCOPE J got even less; New York only got a tenth ofits needs.

In cities and regions outside of the South I've also heard stories about all the anti-poverty workers
.. t who are supposed to have taken part in riots. But the facts
than within it. .
are that only six anti-poverty workers in the whole country
No longer can the North or the West point 1 r, GUIDE were arrested That's probably less than the total numberof
,the finger at the segregationist South. The. 1 I policemen charged with misconduct during the riots.

problem is presently national often flaming The people making such charges don't seem to want any-
into to notice the I 1 1I thing to be done to cure the&lckness of poverty and racism.
upon Jeast provocation.
1I If you wanted to be nice could call of
I, By PABLO The ASTROLOGER you some them "back-
The main question now is what can be doneto I lashers"but In my book, "backlash" is Just a nice word for

resolve the racial problems of national 'I racial bigotry.
proportions? So we have two groups which won't help responsible people
It is analytic to seek for the causes 1 I WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR reform society. The solid, respectable citizens who take
-I refuge In apathy or in the rationalization of their prejudices,
,which have been numerous. A sense of rejection S
: a p and t their sons an d daughters who reject their parents but
fear, and inferiority have been givenas I rebeffin such a way that they most resemble them.
a probable etiology by clinical psychol I S All eI this goes against the traditional picture of the American
ogists. This may be the cause, but it is no BUSINESS LOVE' "'7" TRAVEL I as the man who sees problems as things to be solved and

exucse lor breaking' the law and destroying 1 rI overcome, not run away from nor resisted. Fortunately, the
ranks of those who ar e concerned about our
country are
property I 110._ I growing. Many people who
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Nonetheless, if, the afore-memtioned causes Involved In the fight against racism. They see the
exist and it is proved that they, do contribute ARIES riots as a call to action to end the tragic conditions in the

disorder," then it becomes the duty CANCER LIBRA. CAPRICORN ghetto, not as events to Juslfy "backlash".

of society in general to,, initiate ways and JORHMARCH' J* 'h'Bo' t.t.JUNrI +... .-'Mr;: *;-.., BORN SEPT. ,
means of eliminating the precipitating and 21th APRIL uth /; ; .23rd' OCT. 23rd\ ,22id '.' JAN 19(11'( out the best In Americans of all political creeds and opinions.

maintaining causes. 22nd JULY 22nd. Don't fad apart. The urge to We are all In the same boat, and we can work together to
This newspaper propose two avenues by Find solid ground. Keep your If s radio-active. In the event Let it go by. Nobody pays blow one's top is at its strongeston keep It afloat, or we can separately dive off into fantasiesor
which the problem may be corrected. two feet firmly planted on the that no attention has been paidto much attention to what any- the 17th, 18th. This is the bitterness, and watch It sink
First the..emnlover.must assume his shire ground on the 18th. Any formsof slightest omens or certain body says, or how it said, if moment to be calm and to call
responsioility rashness or recklessness warning signal in workaday you make up your mind not it
when
of the ,1.>y giving any man a quits anyone seemsto
should be avoded on this day milieus, a crisis, showdownor to respond in kind.It is common
be
job in line with his capabilities regard- of the Full Moon, which also a rather explosive event knowledge that many words are ready to overly use any aggressive means to,get or THE URIAH LEAGUE STORY
les.of his race. This will require courageto ;imposes a strain on key relationships may be expected to shake one uttered in moments of anger the better of any situation.Losing
enact when confronted by age-old tradi- Arlans whose duties out of his or her complacency and that we would give almost a battle does not Indicate CLANZEL moWN
bring them close to dangerous Whatever It is that anything to retract them when JR.
tions of what kind of jobs are proper for occurs, It that you are out of commission
elements of any description certainly will not be anything the dust has settled. One of not
colored people and whites. by a long shot It may
bad better see to it commonplace Also .,"un disputes those days when the unexpectedcan that
The other line of approach is the exerciseof that Uey and their co-workers with co-workers, neighbors flare up to excite neighbors simply mean to better more time strategy is The Urban League in its attempt to serve as a resource
plan
common politeness, minus condecension, bYj/ observe all safety regulations to members of the family relatives, or anyone else necessary and to obtain overwhelming agency to the community In the area of housing, has the
the white citizen toward the Negro. The the letter A more peaceful en- group or anybody with whom with whom Ubrans come In power for the next encounter following responsibilities:
simple use of words and expressions as. viriiEtenl may be enjoyed after sharing certain economic. Interests contact. Rumor monger and malicious which may take place as earlyas 1. Consultation with National, State and local housing au-
the 19th and right on through Once these gossipers then be thorlties, builders, lenders and real estate developers on
may
"Please1 Thank you" and 'You' re wen, days are all the 23rd. Everything might
till Cle end of the month. This safely behind, proceed with the hard at work tearing reputations to be well housing needs of the disadvantaged families our community,
seem
'me" golngextremely
come" and 'Pardon will go a long! wU: be a period when constructive next step to start putting order or whatever comes to hand to this day. and slum clearance and relocation.
way. work should reach a In the home, life, or whatever shreds. 2. To help citizens to become more knowledgeable about.

Dr. Charlotte Hawkins Brown, founder and peak, and material interests may have been unduly disturbed. 7 70 77 l'i 1'l7SCOiPIO 8.90-33-15814 their role and responsibility in the field of housing
first principal of palmer Memorial Institute will prosper accordingly I 3. To provide direct counseling to low Income families,
1.10. U12nr' 'i i AQUARIUS and to assist these families by helping them to find a better
t Sedalia N.C. made addresses on the;, 1.40.17-18-903 .. low rent housing

subject "The Negro and the Social Graces.' LEO BORN IAN We also feel that housing: Is possibly the one area of con-

Once, in an address over radio "Wings Over TAURUS BORN OCT. cern that little or no progress -is being made'
Jordan" program, she made the point that BORN JULY ..20th FEB. 18tb to help the low Income level families In our

whenever Negroes appear In large numbers BORN APRIL 24th HOY 42id.. The sparks are flying Aquarians cities. Statistics on sub-standard housing and
23rd.IUGJ' 22nd(; are reaching what maybethe Income, show that of the 200,000 people who(; 1
common politeness would help to go a long 20th MAY 20th Budge not an inch. The risks' Dodge the Issue. The day is most critical part of the live in the city, 30 % of them live in sub-

way. One more hurdle. The events about which natives of your sign especially fraught with danger month. Put the brakes on spending standard housing This Indicates a need for
It won't hurt white people to use the last of the previous quarter may be were warned previously have for the Scorpios who allow speeding talking and every the following houslnz programs:
: name of Negroes preceded by 'Mr. ," 'ikjrs' leading to the grand climax that not lost their potency. In fact, themselves to be maneuveredinto thing else that threatens to Low -Rent Public Housing: Provides for 60,000 low-rent
or "Miss" This would help the Negro to is pinpointed by the Full Moon they may even have gained in making a definite com get out of control including one- public housing units a year-240,000 in four years-with aa
and other planetary indications. strength and, reached a point mitment.1b1salsolsaclawIlentemper. self Once everything has calmed estimated 35,000 a year to be new construction, 15,000 to
sustain his personal and self respect. It Once sfely over this period, where they are becoming explosive. may rage and the words down, start testing the wind be bought and rehabilitated U necessary from existing housing,
would eliminate- the Incorrect "Yes man," Thoreau may settle down to a Break off unconventional that cut friendship.'may be again with the purpose of remalnlng and 10,000 units to leased for low-rent use from private
and "Yes ', sun.." routine of hard work,exemplary situations that are undermining uttered The emotional tension on a course that may owners. The Act modifies the public housing program to
White people must meet the Negro half way; behavior and the restoration of happiness or financial U intense and this can lead to be considered safe in any and permit the use of existing housing including leased units.
trust and affection.This will not stability while your will powerIs situations that cannot be ended all respects. Put new life in the The Act also takes it possible for a teunt in a detachedor
in the matter of relations.
race Negroes, be done overnight but with patience being strengthened by Incontrovertible without paying a rather stiff spirit of cooperation and be semi-detached dwelling to enter into a contract: to buy
too, nave a very great part in this ,kild"ol! ) and farsighted planning facts You",can penalty in cash or In well-Ding. firm In determination to make the dwelling.
approach, for a man or woman must act in si* chances of turning the course be sure of being held to pro- Scorpios who have provided a it the keystone of all future F8A MODERATE-INCOME HOUSING: This successful 1961
manner which deserves recognition and re of events in one's own favor mises, even those made in a cushion to soften any such Impacts ambitious and economic operation program to provide housing at below-market Interest rates
are quite promising Younger weaker moment, especiallywhen well ahead of time, will for low and moderate Income families is continues, and the
spect. Taureans may consider the possibility they have been put down in find It much easier to bounce maximum Interest rate 1s reduced to S percent to assure lower
of studying abroad to writing back and swing the pendulumback .6.- 60 S3 -17 62* rents. Support for such FHA-lnsured mortgage is continued
round out education and to aid In their favor through the Federal National Mortgage Association.
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Civil Rights In gaining the experience that 2-60.S5-19.S98. 'PISCES DIRECT LOANS, HOUSING FOR THE ELDERLY AND THE
Is invaluable In We. 50 aa .11 19 HANDICAPPED: This active program for non-profit housing
VIRGO BORN FEB. for the elderly and handicapped of moderate means is extended
S RoundUpAPPEAL .680.88-19-31:1: ,_ with an additional $150,000,000 authorization, and the maximum
BORN AUG. UCITTUlu'IOU 19th MAR. 20th interest rate Is reduced to 3 percent

GEMINI 23rd SEPT In They're real. Give all the
1lit
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ALEXANDRIA, Va. (NPO-Lawjreri for black power leader : respect due them to apprehensions
H. Rap Brown are planning to appeal a Judge's denial BORN rut The time is uuw. Be more 13rd DEC., 21st that may seise you on
of apetltlon to avoid extradition to Maryland for prosecution than vigilant during the first ICs the acid The the 17th, 18th. The elementsthat MAKEYOUR
test
21st JOKE two days for there is Sag -
on charges of starting a riot. Judge Franklin P. Backus 21st. no tell tarlans who can go through the are now fusing could short-
Alexandria Corporatloa court, had denied a petition for a Blame one right one. Those fag where trouble will start. first few days of this vital circuit your personal or Joint\
i writ of habeas corpus. Brown remained free on bond while who may have chosen to ignore Anything that escapes observation third Quarter will have passed financial operations with rather
his lawyers planned their appeal to the Virginia Supreme the signs previously revealed could compel drawing the test with flying colors painful consequences. Once you
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find themselves on reserves to make up for provided are over this hurdle
Court of appeals. may now rightin you can
that they have not for
the middle of an explosive the lapse or to remedy )any Instant an really get' down to businessand .- '
HARROWINGPIKEYILLE family or partnership situation.If damage that ensues. Once relinquished control return to t productive and YOTE5
over emotions This also Is
K,.-(NPQ-A Jiarrowln* story of Imprison there Is anyone among ac* having passed this point, yir- time when strict supervisionover a profit-making period tt could
ment for a "crime federal courts do not recognise has qualntances who could aid in goons can look forward ,to avery the activities of teenagers be invaluable to obtain the
been told by Al McSurely, an organizer for Southern Conference quenching the flames of contention Interesting period having under one's cart: be friendly cooperation of an who
to do may
I Education Fund McSurely who was arrested along do not wait until too with talents, Io'lngre- deemed advisable. The :,desirability have had to go through the same
,I with his pregnant vile and two other SCEF workers, sadld long to make an appeal for latlonshJps: domestic affllla.tlons of resuming the ordeals, for this will hasten
' ; all Us mall was stopped, and his eonrersaUons, even with ua1sta ce. For Ceminlans who and the economy In fen climb to the highest pinnacles and facfltfcte the task of one S
'I his attorney, were eavesdropped. "Anyone who is coming to have successfully cleared this eraL Something specially when you are figuring and all. Some of yon nay be,
among
a new place to organize the people should spend at least hurdle, there is each to loot bean warming is apt to occur those who..have not lost their considering marriage as a .!
I week in the local Jail," to said. Sedition charges against forward to during.ibe .balance'3f co the Mrd. Any VUgoeae-who' feottag, to metM of oMalateg advantages : COUNT
on0.10U18.783 ,
tall in love .dearl'1ndIeated
the four SCEF workers were struck down by a federal court the month. will not find it bard that oeeId not be bad otter : ..
to guess what bit them. 1 l lJ Bat'don't nil !
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,, Grant AME's Rav. SIM WillA..r.ss Mt. 511.1'res.gs I Ir.
They Were At The Coronation
Unit -.!Hlu!! Ciiol Hmlt Will Wear CrOWL

j tea Attended Eisl

... II ProgramMrs.

By Big Number Florida Ccifii Josephine P. Jones will
present "Songs of Yesteryear"
Grant Memorial AME celebrated Rev J.C. Sams, pastor of the Hi the ML Sinai Baptist Church
with a Women's Day Second Baptist Church, will be Sunday, October 22, at 1 p.m.
Tea recently oo new land purchased the principal speaker for V* The church Is located at 1551
by the church for a new Mission Hour and closing services Lee Street.
building Dr. A.J.Reddick,pastor tt the Seventy-fourth Annual The combined choirs and ptk1 1
Mrs. Clara L. Reddick, Session of the East Florida Josephine B. Loon, Mary Helen ''f
co-chairman: and Mrs.Frances and Bethany convening Association Bellamy and Cass W. Shoots, rI +
J. Moore, slang with all of.fleers now' with L- Jr., will participate. Mrs. r
and members, chose the St. Matthews Baptist k Wtnena Sumpter will preside.
this unique method of bring to .Church, Moncrief and 28th Sts. Deacon A.W. Wilkins church
the tore Importance of new The minister will speak at 2:30: ehalrmaa. Usher Boards No. 1,
church facilities. They felt that p.m. oo Sunday October 22. 2 an* 3 win serve.McCall .
the new land should not be The alternate for Rev. Sams Recently, everybody at Daysprtegs Baptist Church, was putting
left but should be used before will be Rev. B.H. Hartley, Second Singers To for a contestant for the one he or she hoped would win.
buildings are constructed.This Moderator of the Associa Since there can be only one queen that queen this year will I
tea, unique, was sponsored tion. The combined choirs of Give Sunday SingThe be Miss Barbara Norton, standing in the center above. Miss I
by more than 300.Donate Second Baptist and ushers will Emily Wright did the crowning. Many took part in the contest.
Berrlnger was well receivedIn serve. McCall Singers will render The queen surrounded by her retinue workers She will
a reading "They Said It The Sunday School will have a musical Sunday, October preside over the area. A. Paul Crawford Photos
Couldn't Be Done" Further as It guest leader W.G. Patterson + i 22, at the Morlah Baptist Church
plans will be ;, President of the District 1953 9th Street, at 8 p.m.
announced by Dr I Yn Doi't Han Ti Go To Tom To ell
Those appearing"will be, as
Reddick, who Is also a candidate Sunday School convention
for the bishopric of the lie will direct a Model Sunday kmT S guests of the McCalls, The
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AME Connection. Dr, Reddick School and will be assisted by Sunbeam Singers, Robert Prater -
has Just returned from Tallahassee the local superintendent.At ; The South land Singers, LOW PRICES
,* the scene of one of the 11 a.m.. the Rev. W.M.HID, Mrs. Thelma Edwards, The
annual conference meets. moderator of the association Tompkins Singers, the St.Mark
will deliver his annual sermon. ,Spirituals, The Epstone Singers .
IMiV Zion AME The Rev. G.A. Price host pas. Prominent persons at the Coronation at Dayspring Baptist Church are seen above. From' and other s. Many other have DRUG STORE NEEDS
tor, will assist the vice- 'left they are: Mrs. H.B. Miller, Dr. Susie C. Honey, Mrs C.I. Williams, Mrs. M.L. Johnson been Invited. Mrs. Essle Mae
moderators with the order of Bethany Association president, Mrs. E. M. Norton, Mrs. A. G. Bradley and Mrs. N.W Thomas win also appear. Mrs. trade With Your 8 e Ie b b 0 r boo d DrugstoreWE
Church Plans service. The choirs of Mt.Calvary Weaver. A. Paul Crawford Photos. Paugh is sponsor. The Rev. A. WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADV. IN YOUR LOCAL i
Missionary Baptist Church M Greer is castor.Vorick PJ VEIlS. We deliver We aloe nil all Doctors Prescriptions.

Youth Action will will also sing.be The In service.church's ushers Mt. Salem Baptist SetsWomen's Plans Seasonal Tea I

"Youth In Action" is the The District Ushers' Union The Ways and Means Committee ot Varlck Memorial AME Dixie j
theme for the lit. Zion AME will form their annual paradeat Day For Sunday Zion Church will sponsor a "Seasonal Tea" Sunday In the aud- Pharmacy
201 East Beaver St., for Sun 2 p.m. Mrs. Heard, Mrs itorium from 4 to 6 for the benefit Women's Day, October 29.
day, October 22. Panelist will Leanna Johnson state president Mt. Salem Baptist's Women's Day will be Sun& Participants Services will begin with the Sunday School at 9:30: with W.
be Mrs. Beverly S. Williams, and Mrs. Mable Dunbar, In the Sunday School activities win be: Guest Superintendent 'J. Johnson, superintendent, In charge. The lesson review will 1302 Kings Road At Myrtle
Miss Margaret Wilson Mrs. district- vice president will Mrs Addle Hayes; Secretary Miss Ruth Seawright; be given by the pastor, the Rev. A.J. Warren.
Mary Barnett Mitchell Mrs. head the procession. Mrs. Alberta Reviewer, Mrs. Janie Johnson. Teachers will be Mrs. Wll- Morning worship begins at 11 o'clock with Choir 2 and the l'
Celestine Nix and Miss Evelyn Williams Is church re- bemis D. Easton Mrs. Akin Ray, Mrs. Earnestlne Coz. Junior ushers leading the processional. The Rev. Warren win Phones Ellis 5-5597-98
Williams. All will speak In the porter. In the morning service, at u Van Ellis and Mrs. Henrietta deliver the morning message. Evening worship, known as the
morning service. The principal a.m., Mrs. Ells Perry will be Wllbert. The treasurer will be "Hour of Power" will begin at 6:30.: All members are expected PAY \
speaker will be Rev.Alvin Primitive Bapt.Chuck guest speaker. Miss Sandra Mrs. Rosa Lee Nelson. Mr.C. to support the services throughout the day. YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND
Jones, a student at Edward Washington will addres the, Sampson Is Official Chairman' Prayer and class meeting will be held oo Tuesday at 7:30
Waters College. young people In the afternoon. of Publicity. with Brother E. Johnson in charge. Choir 1 will rehearse on TELEPHONE BILLS AT OUR STORE
Sunday evening at 7:30: p.m., Women's Other participants in t b e The Youth for Christ will meet Saturday at 3:30.
will feature other outstanding morning will be:Mrs.Elisabeth
leaden The Steering Com- Green, Mrs. Carrie Burgess,
mittee of the Women's Day Day Is Sunday The Mt. Canaan Baptist Choir;;
+ units will present another mrs. W.O. Rogers, Mrs. Lillian -
forum. Those appearing will Friendship Primitive Baptist Motley, Mrs. Freeman
be Councilwomai Sallye Mat- Church's annual Women's Day Brown Mrs. Marine Dallas,
his, Councllwoman( Mary will be Sunday, October 22, Mrs Arletha Madrlck, Mrs.
Singleton, Constance Cason throughout the day. The Rev Elsie Thomas,Mrs.Viola Johnson 0S 0
Dr. John J. Fisher, Charles H. Robinson will serve as pas Mrs. Angellne McBride, i I
E. Simmons, Jr., and W.G. tor. Mrs. Leaster Smith 1* mrs. W.O. Rogers, Mrs. Tere-, TIRSTLINE
Bunch. Bill Grove will serveas chairman, and Mrs. Julia Williams tha Curtis Mrs. Ophelia Pearson -,
moderator. "What Price Is cochairman.An : and Mrs. Elvira South.
Freedom" will be the theme. Inspirational service has Youth program partlcpants
On Sunday, October 29, Dr. been planned by Mrs.Geraldine will be: Mrs Inei Scott presiding .
t Alma A. Pook of Pittsburgh, Eagle, program chairman. Mrs. ; Miss Beverly McNair; NYLON CORD
Pa., will be the speaker. Dr. Easter McPherson will assist spatter; Miss Sandra Washing: .C we
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Polk is the daughter of the lie morning speaker will be ton, guest soloist. Choir No.2 ay n
late Mrs. A.L. Anderson, Mrs. Cythera King, Instructorin of Mt. Salem will serve. A unIque 111
founder of the Mt. Zlon's Wo the Duval County Public program has been planned. 30 $;
j men's Day. School System. At a p.m. Mrs. Tony Neal win
Guests soloist win ,be Mrs. preside Mrs. H.B. Walker will
Wallace of the St. Joseph Baptist -, lead devotion' ,assisted by Mrs.
'Make; Church and the Frailer Harriet Dolse.: Mrs Pearllne
Sisters of Mt. Olivet Primitive Wallace will deliver the welcome -
Baptist Church. with the response coming
Mrs. Gloria Wilcox Is chairman from Mrs. Sarah Jones. The
Your Vote of the youth department guest soloist win be Mrs Dorothy
Mrs. Barbara Ware will assist. Johnson The Voice ctZloo
They will preside at the 3p.m., Chorus will sing. "Excerpts of It4-I5 J J.r.gularly
Count service The public Is Invited to God's Trombone" will come 13.26
attend. from Mrs. Erna Odom.
Mrs. Catherine Sampson Is
I I. chairman for the day. Mrs.
Tony Neal will be co-chairman.:
Consolidation requires Mrs. Delores Bright is program 18.4
chairman, with Mrs. Maxine 6 R
young men with drive, Dallas as co-chairman.: Mrs. 600/650x13 lubelenblackwall
and Gertrude Calhoun will be sec _! .
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,retary. Chairman of the Finance plus 1.80 Federal Tax

proven experience.ELECT I Committee will be Mrs. Felda Fits mOlt model Corvalr, Chewy, Darts
Johnson, assisted by Mrs.Mary w S r Falcon Falrlane Valiant Comet Olds.
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Cut out the coupon below and visiting young people.Deacon ;:r'; 1:! Plymouth, Studebaker, Rambler
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; your questions below once. question A. BRAKE OVERHAUL
a pentecostal gospel recital
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block win be at the piano.Rer.
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The Excelsior Gospel Singers 3. turn end true "charge It"with no money down. .
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Procedures .1 j grooming aiMf Uer.....

Moil teem have some complexion 1Q.. Help!I have unruly, bail. For a start, try thin feet: Stand about,
Whether it's an occa. I barefoot, with your
robletni How caa keep
> like eyebrows. ,
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t tl tonal blemish or an abundance of them swat and shapely? eighteen inches apart and
trouble.It'1 a common characteristic I your toes, turn to one side .
or nearly all teens And, Inevitably, A. Tame those wild brow bend your knees Lower yourself
km problems occur Just at the time P I with a rich cream or petroleum to a low titling position,
are mOlt eager to look your belt I Jelly applied liberally before .will on the balls of your feet
you Happily there .is more help for bedtime.. Remove visible cream Repeat 10 times alternating
akin problems today than ever \I' the next morning with a Kleenex sides. Until you begin to see
xfore en Teens today are big on bath. tissue and if they still show results, slay with neutral toned
and cleanliness is the first step signs of getting out of line, adda stockings and small,light-weight
in rig complexion control! recent Seventeen little cosmetic /fixative. Regu' patterns for the most flattering.
magaxme survey showed that I lIT effort will train brows into .
teenage girls bathe an average of 10 the gentle arch you seek. For look.Q.. Belts are back, but mywaistline
l brows, strsy
that won t i 711 shaping remove
ttmei a week I But even doesnt make a very
problems hairs from the under side only. Should I stick
prevent all complexion good showing. .
Frequent face washing is one of Thsfs putting your best brow to tents and shires

the secrets: to a smooth complexion.. forward! A. Belts are big fashion news
That means washing morning midday ,, Q. Each year when school this fall but not all of them
and before bed at night. But starts I resolve not to bite my at the waist Try loose
are worn
scrubbing anout. .
and
rubbing and
harsh norcentrals
i fingernails any snore minimizea
line to
belts at the hip
Wash gently for belt ; on keeping my lands
rs, : : full waist. Belts worn high!
: Lather hands or a clean Her I hi
your looking nice. am
relUItl.l above the waist, adorn coats as
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cloth: and gently muuge n t school'again sod my Mails lookas be
.. +... well as dresses and might a
face for at least ,.
on your "" i I ; -- -"- --- bad as even What's the tunf belted
t ties Be sure your hands are clean or .wwrtaf Djf recipes in her spare time helped brim Mrs. Helen I.W. Johnson, Dallas, happy solution There's a
4 b. dirt and germs will be traniferredfrom Texas, a bagful of memorle4nd an expense-paid trip to Los Angeles for PWsbary'r11th A. Alast There is no cure, style for everyone this 'eart]
hands to face. Bake-Off. "You can do It, tool" she tells a group of her students at Bishop College; except for you to really decidethat hands Q. Ifs a tradition la oar

An antibacterial soap containing left to right: Janqulet Fields, Wlllalene Starts, Roberta Matcher: and Mrs.Johnson. Bake- and you then want set out attractive to get them. school to decorate the Inside of
hexichlorophene such ai Dial adds Off finalists will complete In Dallas Feb. 19-20 for$45,000 In prime. Entry period closes your locker but rm stuck fora
a
a germ-fighting adjunct to cleanting Oct. 31. ,_... .' _.. r Reserve for an hour one night Remove new Idea Mod of my friends
week manicure.
broken-out skindpi your plea) to paste vp pictures but
This boon to
Windows old nail polish, shape rd like to do something differ.
against possible Looks !In on
infection protect and you leaves an invisible Beauty ._ __.._u.. ..__._..._,, nails with an emery board, soak at Any Ideas
this fingers in warm sudsy water A. What a fun ideal! For an
film skin to insure
on protection
your
and dry with a soft Kleenex locker it
attention getting paper
between waihmgi.
paper towel. (Always keep a with Marvalon adhesive backed
A sure-fire fare washing goes Into paper towel on the table top vinyl covering. Choose any
the hair line all around (hair is a where you work to soak up wild and
bright color or pattern
source of oil and complexion trouble spills). Gently push cuticle backas mix or match coordinating plain
) and includes the neck, Rinse you clean and dry under and designed paper. Cut it to
your face with warm water then your nails. Carefully apply alight
its
stick it change position
fit. on
cool water before patting dry. colored polish if you wish if you make a mistake.
about and /finish with hand lotion.
Use common sense eating When the school year is over
No. R-241 the right foods and getting sufficient 0 When you see how nice your peel It off. No damage is done
I avoid irritation to hands look after several weeksof
and
reit, any
Siiei lose and there's no paste to be removed -
your skin Then relax and enjoy this routine you will have Couldnt be easier and,
the slccvdrss\ draped sheath features soft yourself, for your skin problems will an additional incentive to slop funlCorduroy!
UOK1LYoiing\ Slim Imp,bail dress Is ,scoop necked probably fade away-in your sight 'nail biting! more
hVirt
ami
1 folds ln'l bodice for tomfort. Idcnl for crepe silk prints and others! Q: Colored and. tenured Matt Matte
and (filterippcred Boxy stockings are the rage where I

mat jersey or lightweight faille.available In sizes 10 12 14, 16 18. Wear Clothes To NEW YORK (CFN-A world of beauty opens up for the When made of a lustrous, rich live, but they look less had Stylish Table Setting
Price 8114.241 Ix falwli, Standard foody measurenifiiN Suit The Job homemaker when! she turns her imagination loose on the fabric such as moire the effect great OB my plump Ie,.. How Women who like novel table settings -
Wo I 11 takes ;1',4'lIfttN' nf 41 Iwh for apeclaliniform windows in her home. is nothing short of elegant.A caa I trim my legs down Diet. can use colorful, machine-
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for size! 14 urt>:: Hunt 3-1. Waist 20,'liips 38. Many,jobs overalls, or other a workothes. Exciting high fashion fabrics The, Is Roman currently shade very for popular example patterned roller shade is big .._'t do a thing for my washable corduroy to make placemats

cash or ChooM these for comfort,, made of Celanese fibers mako for both style and practical. marvelous for dressing up windows problem -a thrifty use for leftover
Send One Dollar (for pattern,plus 5 cents for po.tageln Add afety, and washabillty. It possible to transform a room ity. It is essentially a highly or masking wail areas A. Stick to that diet if you home-sewing fabrics.To .
check No Stamps. For Fir!t.aam mailing, send 15 cents extra. Start every day with clean work by the of restyling decorative version of a roller better left unseen. It takes have a tendency to overweight, give these mats a decorative
One Dollar if wish NEW AUSTINE LA MAR PATTERN BOOK other Grimy and oily dirt makes the window treatment. shade. There is a special flat very little equipment to make ,- and if it Is a sensible diet edge without a bulky hem, adjust
you selection of High Fashion designs including ALLheeilen wear out faster so get The four beguiling ways with tape available to simplify the a roller spring staple gun recommended by a doctor Then a tig-tag machine attachment to
#complete LA MAR Fashion Pattern, (name of clothes as can. windows shown here, are not making. I tightly woven fabric to prevent begin exercising those legs.: 'a satin-stitch and s w about a
AUSTINE waahed as seon you
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,, \'NNING Vegetables Hive Perseiilftfes HOW TO MAKE A CHINESE OMELETTE cooMnff
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f A.A hintsCARNATION
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A J.. \ your tepetablesr" is in age-old exhortatlao by mothers

I" around the eountry.irioosurprlsethatmostos'M growing IT' HOME SERVICE DIRECTOR
regarded assorted greens with little love and less respect

Corn Bread Comes To Veal Buffet However, vegetables turn delicious personalities and need b Mr+hby.'q' When brisk fall winds begin to blow, warm family
only a little TLC (Tender Loving Care) to bring out their best appetites with Rancher's Old Time Favorite' The

+,, sides hearty beef stew packs extra punch because titers) is
In the vegetable world (the price goes not to the biggest and
Carnation Evaporated Milk in the JITlt'ar-
creamy
.the oldest but to the smallest and
youngest the socalled"fancy"
kY nation helps make your cooking better Ute it ofun.RANCHER'S .
vegetables, Tae sweet taste and crisp texture of the -.- ---
Yy a baby vegetables is one reason why they are enjoyed by gourmets '
all over the world.

There is no substitution for quality when it comes to
vegetables One reason that Belgian canned fancy vegetables
are so highly priced by epicures is the typically Belgian i
technique of cultivating the prime specimens, picking them
while they are still very )young tender, and flavorful Tiny

peas, baby carrots, young aspargus, baby lima beans, little
brussels sprouts are popular

In America, most homemakers give vegetables a raw deal.
They 're either undercooked or overdrowned. The best way
to bring out the hidden, subtle flavor of canned vegetables is Lovers of Chinese food nay that egg Too yunf is "ho-chih"!That
by first draining off half the liquid. Then they should be simmered means that it is "delirious.'' It's easy to make this popular dilll
r slowly in the remaining liquid until it is reduced by one at home If you follow this quick seasoning trick suggested by The ,
halt A careful choice of seasoning, a light-handed approach Lipton Kitchens. Try Turkey Noodle Foo Yunf for dinner: use
when adding them will assure a number of tasty variations. an envelope of the new turkey noodle soup mix to give the ome.
-- w -11'2I- Little lettes extra food taut*. The convenient soup mix adds delicate
Paprika-spiced! Hungarian cooking Inspires this easy, tasty peas, for instance, take on a gourmet personality if seasonings to the eggs, fives depth of flavor that'delicious, and
buffet Veal Paprika and Parsley Corn Bread is a delicious two- a pinch of mint, a touch of onion and a sprinkle of ground acts as a marvelous tinder for the shrimp.celery and scallions.
part entree your family will I love. Alongside, serve pepper, pepper are added with culinary care Youll agree that "ho-chih" la the very word for this dish
onion and lettuce salad with I oil and vinegar dre .,Tnen top > While fine vegetables plainly cooked are delicious, the real
TURKEY NOODLE FOO YUNG
rich, black coffee with whipped cream to out the "
carry Hungarian fun comes in "fanclfying. The chefs at the famous Brussels OLD TIME FAVORITE
motif Restaurant in New York, acknowledged by gourmet authorities 1 envelope (I ys ox.) 1 sup chopped,cooked shrimp
Veal
Paprika And Pantry Corn Bread (Makes 8 to 10 servings)
Make 8 Mrvtttg* to be among the finest eating places in the world, suggest turkey noodle soup mix 'A tap tilted aralllonsVt
"DUC treatments fur really stop-and-take-notlce vegetable sap wilier 1 teaspoon soy manes 1 4 pound ((1-Inch thick) top 1,4 cup tell l
Veil Paprika: Corn Bread: dlrttes. ",i top silvered celery 6 eats slightly beaten round steak 3-4 medium raw carrot
H cup all-purpose' flour One 12-ox. pkg. Flako .. ... Cooking oil 1 Carnation
24 teaspoons salt Corn Muffin Mix .. '--- .: cup undiluted 1 cup wtttr
W teaspoon white 1 Evaporated Milk 2 cups (1-poynd can) small
2 Ib. cubed veal (%pepper inch ft egg cup milk "J. .x.. : I In medium saucepan,bring water' to a boil. Reduce heat;stir In V4 cup flour whole onion
cubes) 3 tablespoons chopped turkey noodle soup mix. Simmer 2 minutes,stirring once; remove Vt teaspoon celery seed Ontoo liquid plus water to
.1 tablespoons] shortening parsley from heat; let stand.To cooled soup mixture, add celery,shrimp, mkt'u.p
1
.3 small onions, cut in sixths scallions, soy sauce and eggs; mix well. teaspoon paprika 1/ cups ("'/-oune. can)
Itt cups water In large skillet heat oil. Using'/ cup measure for each ome V4 teaspoon salt cream or celery soup
4 teaspoons paprika .i..J. I. lette drop mixture into hot oil. Cook folding outer edges of ome 3 a teaspoon pepper
) cup dairy sour cream .cJ. .. lette toward center to retain round hope As each omelette is set,
For veal paprika, combine flour, salt and pepper. 7 ... 4J turn to brown other side. Drain. Makes omelettes.. Cut steak into 1 inch cubes Dip pieces In 1/3 cup Carnation.
i in flour mixture; brown in shortening over medium :1'7oiJ: ', Coat with a mixture of flour, celery seed, paprika, salt and
minutes; stir occasionally. Stir in onions; brown 6 minutes .. '< ..ti1I SMOKE PORK BIT Will SPICY SAUERKRAUT pepper. Brown in oil in large skillet. Pare carrots and cut
longer. Add water; stir in paprika. Cover: simmer 60 minutesor > .... : ',
until tender: ; stir occasionally l Blond In sour cream; heat l.< .. .. .. ... .' ::1'.:,' ( ) ;,.., 1 ((2-1/2 Iba..) smoked pork 1-1/3 cup.None Such ready into 2-inch long, thin strips. Add carrots and water to meatin
but do not boll. butt to-UM mince meat Cover and simmer 45 minutes or until tender. Place
thoroughly, .' ', pan.
V .7;; ;, : ,\, :. ,,
For corn bread, empty contents' of package Into bowl. Add ,> -1#(.,." ', ". ,. ,., .,". 2 (U Ib. ll-oi.) cans 1 small onion,sliced meat and carrots in a quart casserole, round or rectangu
egg, milk snot parsley Blend only until I dry ingredients arethoroughly ,. ... ', :'.., .i. J .,:.. '.\;.''" ;,.';;".",:\iloij \;;,,;),:'.,' : sauerkraut,well drained lar Drain onions. Save liquid. Combine the onlon-water
moistened. (Ratter should be slightly I lumpy.) Pour 1I \i"I" : ( Cover pork butt with cold bring to boil. Reduce heat
}. : I : :, JJI\; ; caJln mixture, celery soup and remaining 2/3 cup Carnation.
Into greased 8-Inch square| baking pan. Bake in preheated hot : and simmer for 1 hour sauerkraut in buttered
oven (400'F.) 20 to 25 minutes. \ 2-1/2 quart casserole. Mix in the mince meat and sliced onion. Heat to boiling and pour over meat and carrotit Top with
To serve, cut corn bread) in 4 pieces split horizontally!! and Remove pork butt from water. Slice into medium-thick slices and onions and your favorite dumplings. Bake uncovered: in a
place on broiler rack. Broil until golden brown. Place each piece ) arrange over sauerkraut mixture. Cover casserole. Bake in a hot oven (423'F.) 23 to 30 minutes. Serve imr'llately,
on a serving plate. Top with warm veal paprika; sprinkle with moderate (350''''.) oven 40-45 minutes or until meat and sauerkraut -
k tender.
lH1IIr ALL FIRED UP A really spectacular way to serve vegetables! are -

Next Tine You Serve H is with a recipe like Belgian baby Carrots Flambees. Syrup
>n
orange Juice, and brandy blend tastefully with the tender little t' "YOUR DOLLAR
carrots-glazing them to perfection This dish is a sweet ac-
This New GarnishCRANBERRY
Try commpaniment to pork and poultry entrees.As BUYS MORE

PEARS '--
a sweet companion to pork or poultry dishes, try making I
sR Belgian Baby Carrots Flaml e$. The syrup, fresh orange AT YOUR BANNER
Juice, and brandy, that are the sauce's basic ingredients,
blend perfectly and give the tender little carrots a succulent
FOOD.STORE.y'
glaie. Since the ..brandy is "flammable", you can serve it SPECIALS GOOD ,
all fired"Up'tot' i ( QUANTITY : I' : '''''
really spectacular effect.'Here's floW to SATURDAY ; ; .
THROUGH
make it, RIGHTS RESERVED

a CARROT MORNAY
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1 can Belgian baby carrots
I 1 tablespoon butterI

tablespoon Golden Syrup
1 teaspoon fresh orange Juice. SUGAR 39'
1/4 cup brandy.In ; 5. if.:

a deep skillet, beat the butter, syrup, and orange Juice. .:
Add the carrots and saute for five minutes. Add the brandy .
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allow to heat and then ignite, shaking the pan gently until PLEASE. \
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ORDERNIGER'S
the flames die down. Serve with roast pork, duck or chicken. LIMIT .FOOD ,

,! Another arresting suggestion of what to do with Belgian -
baby carrots is Carrots ttornay. This recipe is for a tasty.

'v' casserole comprised of melted cheeses, thin ham slices, '
tr.d the little carrots, of course. ICs a wonderful buffet ,
._m __"_". .... ...+a3 m .ww+ xF_ table dish; not only does it appeal to the eye, but pleasesthe I
That "good old standby" for easy dinners, baked ham, will have palate as well. Here are the easy steps necessary to make'! COFFEE LIMIT ONE W/ 5.00 48c
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Ham and pears are among the happiest meat-fruit combinations. I
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y boiled ham for a delectable accompaniment to waffles or pancakes.Fill Sauce Moray
a chilled pear half with ham and celery salad and serve u first '
course. Toss crescent-shaped slices shredded western Iceberg lettuce SAUCE KORNAY "***-
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and slaw.ham slivers, with creamy blue cheese dressing for. a hearty lettuce 1 tablespoon butter TIDE GIANT tilE

California has produced OM of the best and biggest crops 'of 1 tablespoon flour
Bartlett pears In many years. Enjoy them, not only with ham and 3/4 cup milk
other favorite foods, but simply.eaten out of hand, t/3 cup grated Swiss cheese

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.. Drain carrots, wrap In ham slices, place in buttered casserole. -
I fresh California BarUetl pears Dash salt .
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1 cup canned whole berry S tablespoons melted butter at 350 in oven for 15 minutes finish under broiler to brown .
cranberry sauce YOGI CHOICE OF TIDE OR
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1 teaspoon grated orange rind. 69
Baked ham4
Asparagus usually served with a Hollandaise sauce is a CIEER
>/ cup orange Juice delicious companion to almost any variety of meet. Now IANT SIZE

Pare, naive and core pears; place cavity-sides up In baking dish. yon can try a new vaerslon of this popular topping, Sauce I/ OR MORE FOOO ORDER .
Mix all remaining Ingredients except ham; spoon Into pear halves;
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suggested by at the Brussels Restaurant.
pour liquid over and around pear Cover dish tightly! and bake In
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I Moon Over Miami I Jackie Files Soft Wilsoa On Negro Cowboys Were



Bad Publicity Actual CharactersWho
I MIAMI BEACH, Fla.-Wlth Christmas Just two months
my, Miami Beach offers a pre-Hollday with all the accoutrements -
NEW YORK- Brunswick recording ever heard of Negro cowboy?
i of summer Joined by a growing list of this star Jackie Wilson A decade ago this would have been a valid question, but thanksto

subtropical city's winter entertainment features. last week revealed plans to file a brilliant book by two USC professors titled "The Negro

f. Next to appear on theseasonalscene aside form concerts,theater a double suit against Associated Cowboys" and its widespread publicity In both the white and
will be the winter concert and municipal programs. Press for a story released by Negro press, the long-buried facts regarding the black: man's
I series The Greater Miami Fishing is another popular> all- them that definitely Identified part In the settling of the West are finally receiving national
, Philharmonic will five the first year diversion, along with aim u thepersonur.stedbere prominence.
f of 10 concerts in Miami Beach sightseeing. Boats and guides on a charge of possession of It isn't surprising, then, that we've seen a rash of black cowboys -

: auditorium on November 5, an for Gulf Stream trolling light narcotics. portrayed on our television and move screens. .
all-orchestral progra. James tackle sport are to be foundat Conferring with his press Sidney roiuer played a rancy- lag even the briefest.look at
Oliver Buswell IV, violinist, docks along the bayfront. secretary, Harry Dale, president Dang cowboy in "Duel his potpourri background. He's
will fie guest star with the of the Lee Dale Associates, Wo." Don Mitchell recently been a stage manager, electrician -
Philharmonic at Its second appearance Wilson has'decided to sue for appeared on "The Vir house manager, set designer -

November 20, and equal space In the publicationsthat ginian" as a member of an outlaw Janitor, gas station attendant -
Rudolph Flrkusny, pianist, on Beach'Shorts printed the wire service gang Sammy Davis, Jr., Is and cement mixer.
tie Dec. 3 program. story. reportedly one of the fastest He even owned two art galleries -
i"fce Miami Beach Symphonyopens According to Dale, the guns in show business. -one in Los Angelestheother
It series lathe auditorium 34-year-old singer does not use And now, on October 31st,Bernie in Beverly Hills. In addition -
November 19,presents it Sjcon-l N narcotics: was not In New Yorkat Hamilton (brother of Jazz for the past eleven years
concert December 10. the time ofhls alleged arrest, great Chico Hamilton) has been he's eratedaCbristmanstree'

Thoroughbred! racing cones MIAMI BEACH, Fla.-One of v t and feels the release was highly teamed with Henry,Fonda and lot on Sunset Blvd., in Hollywood -
back to '."Topical Park NO"em- the rarest birds In the United damaging to his professionalcareer. Sal Mineo as a good cowboy who, .

ber 21. States Is the Everglades kite. At: j happens to be on the wrongslde An unusual background for a
C.eyhound racing currently is Naturalists believe no more e "We are cerUln that several of the law in "Stranger On The cowboy.As .
belrg conducted at the West than a dozen are alive In their ff4er newspapers used the Associated Run." an actor, however,his first
Flagler Kennel Club, returnsIn habitat west of this coastal Press release," said Dale.
January to the Miami Beach resort city. The kites have been "And much emphasis Is
Kennel Club.Football hard hit by the drainage of generally placed: on the arrestof
!sID mid-season,with large tracts In the Everglades an entertainer In connection -
remaining home games for the because the hawk-like birds with narcotics

University of Miami including feed only on large fresh water t'I' "Jackie Wilson was Chicago
Auburn October 27, Georgia snails that are disappearingwith at the time of the story release
Tech, November 10,Notre Dame the water and we know that demandinga
November 24 and Florida, retraction will result In a
December 2. The American r5ie one-loch story buried In the

Football League Dolphins meet classified section of news- T

Buffalo here November 26, San Few visitors to Miami Beach papers. t aab
Diego December 10, Boston have ever heard of and few "We feel that since headlineswere
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December 17 and Houston charter boat skippers here ever used to villlfy our client's
,, December 24. caught a spearfish. This rarestof name, Associated: Press shouldbe ? I Ii' Iv Iw
Golf Is the favorite recrea- the blflflsh resembles cross Ena Hartman TalksOf able to use the same size

tion here. Miami Beach between a sailfish and a white headlines with equal story copy
operates two 18-hole courses, marlin. One has been landed in to clear him."

Bayshore and Normandy 1967, weighed 22 pounds.Motown. Meanwhile, Nat Tarnapol,
Shores, each with .complete Negro ActressBeing manager of energetic,dancing -
clubhouse facllites. In addition singer, disclosed plans to
to these public links Looks To file suit for monetary dam-
a woman can be a problem.
there are numerous other public ages, but no definite amount :
Especially If you're a black woman and trying hard to be
and semi-private courses had been decided at a
upon press
a successful actress In films, according to vivacious: Ena
In the area as well as private time.
Hartman. "IPs not that Pm complaining," she explains,
clubs. Radio TV And Stage Wilson's current recorded effort

, ,'because I think I understand Just how tricky the problemof ;?wrrF'
"
Other municipal: facilities Include casting a Negro woman is. "Higher and Higher, Is
tennis courts, handball now number five on nation's
DETROIT Motown Record is another
Corpc-ttlon taking
"When It to the black
t courts, shuffleboard and four comes Ena, "which brings out many of record popularity charts and Is
giant step toward becoming one of the biggest entertain- male actor it's fairly simple to and
the psychological scars
community centers where expected to become the
num-
ment empires in the world, reports James H. Dygert In the cast him as an electronics expert -
crutches experienced by nearly '
daily programs include ball- Detroit Free Press. ber one tune In'America by
a teachers or even a cowboy all families In America.Yet .
room and square dancing,handcraft Negro the end of October.
The recording:: firm Is going into movies,televison and Broadway and with few
thing proceed
f classes, lectures, language theatre. it shows beauty and lee Dale Associates, a top-

i ,classes, cards and mrh The Information, released by Mlko Roshklnd, Motown vice or no problems. strength, too. rated entertainment public relations -
"But when attractive
Jung, educational and travel president an Negro "One thing is certain when it firm will coordinatethe
and and special sash tant to Berry Gordy Jr ,
pre-
films. girl is put Into a film the typeof comes to the black actor lathe '
Hit-founder of the company, also Indicated that the firm is "equal space" litigation
NlCirt clubs provide most ,of "diversifying into the entire pectrum of the entertainment role she's playing, Is over- film Industry," the actress from their Chicago offices and
the entertainment shadowed by one thing: her Continues "and that's the fact
evening field." plans are being formulated for
Meanwhile have been femininity and appeal to whom-
letters that overt pressure by various test case proceedings In a fed-
Into th e Chicago offices ever the male In the picture ,-
pouring
the film Industry
groups on eral court of law. speating part was in "11w.
"It's still little
a surprising,
of Lee Dale Associates happens to be. By all standardsof
has if closed
only anything
,
Jackie Robinson and he
Johnnie Ann'sShopping Berlne admits, "seeing a black Story"
his stand logic she Just naturally
commending Ivory on the doors tighter. That method
Nash has slnceappeared on televisionIn
Johnny face behind ..estemdra..1
a heavy,
and,in some instances,requestIng evolves as a romantic Interest simply hasn't worked"
"Alfred Hitchcock Pre-
him to "tell It like it is." by virtue of her biological "Ens 'a femininity won't or chewing lazily on a
pose chunk of tobacco, but oars only sents," "G. E. Theatre," "Ben
"I have to grind makeup.
no axe any problems, however, when "
Signs Singer Theatre
Center because we're still getting used Casey" "Chrysler ,
Ivory remarked at a press conference "It Just stands to reason that she visits Viet Nam from Nov. "The hick Van Dyke Show"and
held in his office last an attractive girl Is going to 17 through Dec. 5th. The shapely to the idea.
week "I am not angry with Mo- catch the eye of any normal actress has recieved over Senya Davis "The simple truth of the mat- many other shows.
ter is that there were black men On the big screen he's been
town as a company, but I cer- male and it would appear down- 3,000 letters from admiringfans
i tainly could not understand the right peculiar If a film daredto ST. LOUIS in America's Southwest as early seen In films with everyone
In the war cone and her -MGM recording
attitude taken certain executives Ignore this fact. However as the 16th century Estavenico from Spencer Tracy and Gary
by artist
trip Is a direct result of their Johnny Nash announced
I 2994 N.W. 46fh St.Groceries.Meats'Vegetables. who I have tried to contact people who make films are requests. last week that he would personally was mapping the area for the Cooper to Frank Sinatra and
Spanish before white settlerseven Sammy Davis Jr. His most recent -
I on several occasions for presently leap of showing interracial When told that several big- produce and super successwasastarragroleIn

Information."I Involvements on the name Negro entertainers have vise recording sessions now thought of Jamestown. "One Potato Two Potato "
firmly believe that Mike screen." declined to do shows In VietNam being set up for sultry Sonya "Later, while black slaves the molug story of an inter-,
Ena feels that since the tended cotton fields in the South;
Roshklnd will clarify anything pro- because ofthelropposition Davis, the sensational new sing- racial marriage.
entertainment writers with Ne-; blem Isn't going to be solvedIn to the war, Ena commentedthat ins discovery from Chicago Negroes were branding cattle, "Cut the part in 'Stranger On
fgro wish to know the immediate future the robbing banks, staging main
I publication a- "we can't make this a Nub, who was In Chicago The Run Is different from other
! .bOOt the firm The article obvious alternative is to write Dolltlcal thing. promoting his own latest recording stteet shoutouts and breaking roles I played Bernie
publish In Detroit was not, in more scripts which center "Pm So Glad You're wild broncos In the West says ,
t my estimation, a 'managed' around Negro-oriented situations My Baby heard The fact that Bernie dons "and not Just because I'm cast
BEER & WINE TO 60 B.B. King is the attractive as a cowboy. Most characters
news item in that no formal release and this Is the second singer at the plush Pump- supurs, saddle and holster Is
had been submitted by best idea." kin Room and even less surprising after tak- are either good or bad; either
immediately made
for the law
Roshklnd and the record firm. Evidently her Idea of scripts No Leaser King preparations with her personal or against It.

\ Fttt Delivery Pfcom 634-9156 ) This Is just a case of Dygert, showing Negro life also came manager Lee Ivory, for a recording -
being an enterprising reporterwho to the minds of the writersof Of The date. I
knew whom to contact for the new "Jronslde" series lines 'She has one of the most 691-7661

verification of a rumor." for the segment currently In CHICAGO-After much hair- original voices I have heard
Your professional beautician The Free Press news story production finds Ivan "Hogan's between fans of both la a long time," reported
also Indicated that Motown Record Heroes" Dixon cast as a football pulling Nash, "and
knows any delay in
the recording -
and B.
::1 answer .. Little Milton Campbell
Corporation will venture star whose brother, playedby recent this girl would be con-
results of the
B. King,
outside the entertainment field Don Marshall's pregnant sidered a crime."

with the acquisition of a leadIng wife big test have band,become blues-bashing final and made con- Sonya, who once specialized ,
confection firm. "It's a beautiful script," In
says dreamy
Jau-tinged ballads
a matter of record. ._ ,
ha stretched out musically, I .
B.B King, the former taj II
and there are no limits in I
of the Blues, placed second .
F-!: aMa et6 Bn 'ICIiIICIIU Little u In the two-man elimination sight She win record a Rudy

Is peroxide needed.to AUTO INSURANCE SERVICE J.'I.l'.'._ here recently bouts held In two clubs Stevenson Leave You,tune" written, "Pm In Gonna 5/4

SHELL'S CITY (..usa d.r) time, and the flipffering side of her
duds It turned
"Pm
color unwanted hair? N.., 7th AVI!. I 51th ST, sorry Initial will
gray be tune
out the way It did," reported a
r
II.-. 1IIIIJI :I'W.Jflm_ Little Milton, who records for she has written.

Checker Records. "I 1 feel that Noted entertainment writer, .
Hair care and beauty experts know that the first traces of gray B.B. won since we were really Le Ivory, president of the
hairana"even slight fading of natural color after chemical re. Just horsing around." newly-formed Entertainment
laxing-can dull a woman's appearance and make her look older Announcing The Grand Opening ,Of0g10.halld But Milton's legion of fans In her soft, husky voice,Sonya

I than she feels. While most women hate these premature aging feels quite differently about the keeps repeating: "I can't believe ,
I effects, many are hesitant about using permanent peroxide matter. Said Margo Murray, that this is happening to
I haircoloring which may change the natural hair color while I one of UttleMllton's. attractive me, I Just can't believe it!" Wake M fitUUke, ''lit;
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hairdressers know the Importance of "It's about time we bare a body:who has beard the taped

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permanent Loving Care hair color lotion without peroxide. & hearts. B.B. has been singing be tbonansaforcharmingSonya all
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also find Loving Care blends back color faded by chemical Down ItZS. Per Week He sure got his lumps this "Ii couldn't" happen to a nicer:
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I = Brooklyn's Congress(0 Racial Banality Plans "Nation" Near Africa ,II




1100 Acres Of Land "To Begin Dr. Gore AuaoBuces- Neuters 'r



\! toliraship"i Of The ole Festival Commutes
Will Be New Home
TALLAHASSEE, Fla, -The presidents of the Florida AIM
University (FAMU) General Alumni Association chapters in
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NEW YORK-CORE, the Congress of Racial Equality, J 1a .. Florida have been appointed to the Orange Blossom Classicand
newly-printed and vocative essay, has spelled out a new de-. w Festival (OBC) Committee, according to an announcement
cisl -*bandon the strife-torn areas of Brooklyn, NY/-eet w _by OBC Committee chairman, Dr. George W. Core, Jr. I
up In pleasant and greener pastures elsewhere-somewhere, Dr. Gore, who is afro pre :
farther north but close to the continent of Afriea. L H_ sident of Florida AIM> University Shoemaker, editor The Miami
Tills startling announcement' approach We will return to the Governor Herald; Raymond L. Simmons, r
Florida's
said that -
positions of Pensacola; Dr. C. U. Smith,
came from Robert Carson, 32, our foretathersweviii Claude Kirk Jr., is the
.director of the Brooklyn unit, go back to the land" honorary chairman of the com chairman Athletic Committee,
went further to "We will work land FAMU; Mrs Le Rosa Smith,
who say that"We on our by fi4't mittee. The committee met in
want to clean ourselves out day and plan at night for that day t :r Miami Monday night (October Daytona Beach; William J.
when the Negroes and black Stirrup, Coconut Grove; Robert
spiritually, get away from this
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disease that the power structurehas people will call us from our Strapp, Miami, Robert G.Venn, I
classic Is annual football

The an
r'n A '+ The Venn Miami !
become." forced exile to lead the van- r b' p which pits the Florida Corporation, ;
CORE has become disgusted gurad, to structure the change J AIM game University Rattlers Leroy Wesley the Ft. Myers WilLiam -
Vessel Mackle Com-
which must come about if ,
Bedford-Stuyvesant of we,
way
an outstanding [
against opponent
doing things. It Is disgusted members of the black race,are the first or second week in pany, Inc., Coral Gables William
"Bill" editor The
cause of a series of backset- to survive in this country" December. The 35th annual OBC Daggs, ,
Miami News and John Crltten-
ting riots, the dalliance of the ;
will be played Saturday night den, The Miami News,
local lawmaker and law enforcers December 8 1967 at 8:00: in the
the anti-poverty pro- Six Orange Bowl Stadium.
grams, the school teachers, States Are The members of the OBC as Pennsylvania
moderate and activit leaders, appointed by Dr. Gore are:
and, in general, with most of Ordered To Mm William Brazil! vice president Negro Co-ed Is
the ma -made schemes which and general manager, WRVJ, ,
they feel are keeping the Negro At ; riL Miami; Abraham Brown, tam-
in the ettoes. Open Schools Ira pa; the Honorable Steve Clark, Lutheran Queen
Carson continued, "We want to r 'e Iii 1F acting mayor, City of Miami;
get away from these cold, cold WASHINGTON Florida, Samuel Cohen, principal, GREENVILLE, Pa.-Marlene
ghettoes. Not only the temperature Georgia, Mississippi, Alabamaand Northwestern High Schook, Jackson, a junior from Phila-
but the cold, calculating Texas-til slow or plainly Miami; D.C. Colllngton, direc delphia, was crowned Home-
exportation that leaves ourbro- disobedient as to the desegregation tor university relations coming Queen at Thiel College
thers and sisters narcotics,addicts of their schools, have FAMU; George W. Conoly,executive Friday evening in ceremonies
wines, drunkards and been directed this week by the secretary, General marking the beginning Homecoming -
prostitutes." Fifth Circuit Court of Appealsto Alumni Association, FAMU; weekend in the college's
The leader will be followed by complete desegregation this Orlando Dr. Ira Rlssell Her selection
__ .. Felix Cosby, ; Gymnasium. -
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300 or mor e followers into fall. The twelve-jurist court Shown above'ate eleven Bethune-Cookmaa College students Beach;.o'O';;Gwendolyn Thornton, Tampa.oiIiG'1.Josie Marshall y.- New P. Davis, Miami; Monsolee way by vote of the entire
this -new "retreat. This new refused to revelw any cases ; Davis Jacksonville Edwin student body. Her crowning sets
,
in immediatearea ;
who will begin internship as practice teachers the Smyrna Beach; Catherine Robinson Daytona Beach Joan
Shangri-La, says Carson, who relating to slowness In open- of Daytona Beach for nine weeks. Shown from left to Thomas, Deland; Juanita Johnson, Apopka Patsy Patterson Demeritte, Miami; David H. a precedent in the almost all
refuses to details lug of schools in the states to ; ,
divulge on G white school
,Dobbs Miami Clifton Dy-
right\ are: James Greene, Field Supervisor of Student Teaching West Palm Beach; Evelyn Sharp, Director of Student Teaching ;
location, will be just the thing all, regardless of race. ; Louise Townsend, Leesnurg; Nettie Marshall, Daytona (top row) Samuel Phillip, Reddick; Robert Williams; and Fred; son Nest Palm Beach; Dr. -Ulan Jackson, daughter_ _of_Mr.__ !I I
needed. A sign In the window of The Court has simply ordered Thomas Cleveland Ohio. William P. Foster, director of NJ II
the Brooklyn office reads that all grades In all schools university bands, F FAMU Coach II I
"Black Power Means Land. must be opened to all. A.S. Gaither athletic director, I
Help us acquire this buy (sic) This directive has ordered Dieene Spratling Elected Miss Negro Publishers Women FAMU; James 1... Cant -
donating $1." thse states to make unified a Negro sident. FAMU General Alumni
CORE wants new community system for admitting all to the Association D.L Goodrum
FAMU For 1967-68 School Year Government' Guests ; ,
without strings. An agrlcuUurIbase ; same instructional services. Heads Appointed, Winter Haven; Bennie James,
Is the foundation of all success There are to be no "white"or Negro editors and publishers St Petersburg
says Carson.He alluded to "colored" schools. met In WashlngtonrecenUyand, Manpower Exec. Others Include: Simon 0 Johnson
other nations which have grown'from The NAACP expressed elation as guest, of the Deaprtment Booker T.WashingtonlUgh
the sell, namely,America over this new order, of Defense, held a two-day con- School, Dunnellon; Jack Kasse-
and Australia. When the United the first positive, one of its qr; r'n Terence. The frank exchange of CHICAGO-The city council .wit; chief editorial writer,The
States came Into beings, says kind since 1954. The officials ideas, according to Assistant Committee on Finance gave its Miami News;U.B.Klnsey,principal -
Carson, a promise was made of consider it another. "land- Deputy Henkin provided a fruitful approval last week to Mayor Palm View Elementary .
40 acres of land and a mule to markP'' and new insight Into the Richard J. Daley's appointment School, West Palm Beach; Arthur -
every freed slave ater the Civil There were reactions. The operations and requirements of of Mrs Bernadine C. Washington Laskey, University of
War. This promise was never new order Is said to be lead- a e Negro publications as a member of the Mayor's Miami Jlcket Office; J.R.E.
toward encroachment uponstates' Commission Human Relations Lee Tallahassee Willis r
kept. Ing There was a unanimous request on Jr., ;
And so, CORE has made a down rights. Mississippians for copies of all depart- Murray, president, Miami :
payment on 100 acres of land. were unavailable for comment.. ment releases and for stories Mrs. Washington is assistantto Alumni Association; BernardE. ''and Mrs. Hobart Jackson, 1214
Like the Mennonites, CORE The superintendent of the 4 and photographs about Negro Leonard Chess, president, Neary, vice president and North Fifty-ninth,Philadelphia,
will have Its own area, will Florida school system said that members in the armed forces. LAP Broadcasting Corporation, managing director WGBS, is a chemistry major and wan
maintain its own philosophy and plans are being followed. and In that capacity has work- Miami; R. Nathaniel Rues athletic member and secretary of Cwens
engage in the production of the ed with women representinga business manager,FAMU; sophomore women's national

area. African .Is, Chosen e y $15 000 Bori cross section of the city, Charles C. North, North's scholarship honorary society.
A"obteratiw'p12Q1uu{ been ... H! she told the committee. ,Travel Bureau, Miami; FrankC. She was secretary of her sophomore -
"
placed on the agenda. "We just Earlier this week, Chess announced Olds, assistant business Class, secretary of Orchard
waut something to call our As PriestFORT Is Set For the appointment of Mrs. manager, FAMU. residence ball,a memberof
.
. own" leader. JAMESON, Zambia- TWO JflXOHS president of the broadcasting manager FAMU; torio Choir, and Delta Phi Alpha -
A part of the essay reads: (NPI-The 13th African to be JI y'1t outlet which boasts the numberone Nathaniel R. Powell, Miami; national German honorary
'"our function In the past has ordained a priest in the Fort radio outlet in Chicago, Lew Price director of publicity fraternity
been uatofdike-saverwhenwe Jameson archdiocese, Bishop f nr d Two Jaxons are out on bonds WVON, and the highly rated Department of Publicity, Miss Jackson is a graduate of
should have allowed the dike F. Courtemanche was Father totaling $15,000 and have been WSDM-FM. Milwaukee station City of Miami; Mrs. Athalle Philadelphia High School for
to overflow. The only language Neston Mljere of Msulawo vil charged with the shotgun hold iFOwas recently added to the Range, president, Roosevelt Girls and plans to attend grad
which this country understandsis lage. A product of Kaslna up of a grocery on Cleveland chain of LAP stations. Saving and Loan Association, uate school after receiving her
that of violence. Seminary School, he attended Street. Miami, Garth Reeves, editor. degree at Thlel.Runnerup .
Because of the oppressive conditions Kachebere Major Seminary in They are Richard Williams, Miami Times { Dr. Calvin H. and Main of Honor
under which our peoplehav Malawi for seven years on a 12, 1414 Mt. Herman and Dr. King Loses Shirley, Ft. Lauderdale; Don is Miss Barbara Luckock, Junior -
Ull5th
a been forced to live, we priesthood course. He is C"ual'lel Warner, 19, from Wllklnsburg.
have agreed upon a change in stationed now at Chadlza.r Street.
L Williams was held Wednesdayunder To High Court
a $5,000 bond,while War- LOW COST'Face

CENTER TALLAHASSEE, Fla.-Mist Dianne Spr'a'UlDr nas elected nor had to post a bond totaling On Convictions
A 'GO[ I "Miss FAMU" for the 1967-68 school year at Florida AIM 10000. Of

I. 144 N. MYRTLE AVE. PH. EL4.14E8 University (FAMU!). Students casted 696 ballots for Miss According to police reports, WASHlNGTON-Cr. Martin L. Lifting
I Spratling and 293 for her opponent, Miss Aurora: Dow. three Negroes entered the Gra- King's contempt of court case
ODD 0. LOCAL "OITI. "Kiss FA MU"heganherreignover Tigers will face the Rattlers ham Grocery,put two clerks and was not reviewed by the United "YOUR .NOME IS OUR CONCERN"

WHITING .u. 39c festivities at Florida AIM In the Tampa Classic. An opponent two customers at gunpoint and States Supreme Court at its
University during the 1967-68 for (lie FAMUans in the looted the register. They also opening this week. King was laof, Carport, Torches
CINUINI' FLORIDALOBSTERS school year with her coronation OBC will be named the first took money from the customers, with
charged leading desegregation -
. Lb. $1.10 last Thursday (October 12) at of November FAMU is the host according to Investigators D; demonstrations in Bir Dens And General Room
t in Lee Hall Auditorium. L Poston and B. W. Cutchins.
SEAFOOD CENTER FORMIDABLE BACKFIELD p.m., team for both classics. mingham in 1963.Several others
Miss Clara Tftipple edgedMiss were Involved in the charges.
THE BIG 4
Jacqueline Gllliard 497 Powell Gets Harlem Youngsters Only last year the Highest Additions Are Our SpecialtiesWe
mum MACKEREL to 465 for the role of Miss Tribunal voted against chang.
C Junior Attendant to "MIssFAMV" ing the conviction of the leaders Will Finance
SILVER DRUM 39 Miss Renda J. McKeewas Hew Probing Make Own Films who marched both on Good Up To

RED FI NED CROAKERSNORFOLK unopposed in the race for Friday and on Easter Sundayin
SPOTS the title of Miss Sophomore OR Fleeece'WASIBNGTON.Mam NEW YORK-NPI Harlem 1963. Dr. King was not 7 YearsCALL
Attendant to"Miss FAMU."She youngsters and teacherswill available for commentVOTE
polled 896 votes in spite of her Clayton loon be making their own
MULLET LB.. 35c 398-5987
LARGE WEST COAST being unopposed Powell is being probed again. films, as a result of a $30,000grant I

FRESH STEAK FISH . LB. 79c ,. Miss Whipple is a music The latest probing is by a from Eastman Kodak to Capitol Construction Co.
from Jacksonville and the special grand Jury over his the Horace Mann-Lincoln In-
FANCY FROZEN MULLET ROE LB. 89c daughter of Mr. aM Mrs Willie tangled financial affairs. The .. fat* of Teachers College,

GENUINE RED SNAPPER . LB./\79c WhIpple. Miss McKee is ma- hearing is scheduled for the Columbia University. I .
joring in mathematics, It a United States District Court The program will give children p
CLAW MAT ..flJsCRABS STRAIGHT MURKM WHItur M HOOT C1M9 OLD CNARTCR BIST.CO.IOUIJVILU,
FANCY LIVING 00 native of West Palm Beach, chambers. teachers, and parents access -
S1 1 WMIVIMUT $I U
DOZ. lllMp _.. _: ,00: and lists Cornelius Burns asher Hearings begin next week. Alleged to a library thousands
guardian.The fraudulent practices will of films and will enable them
FRESH FLOUNDER LI. 49. I r queens will reign over be hlghgllghted. Plans will include to use moviemaking u a learn ,
the Tampa Classic scheduledfor the checking of possible ing 'tool. 'l tock..tick-tock..
:war: : :YIIt SHRIMP DEYEINER .. $1.49 Ea. I Tampa Stadium Saturday violations of laws again it

6Htnt. l tut TmiyAMMMMtaDEVI : night, November 25, and the bribery of public officials,false fl 'ta.. .g r .'r the Bourbon thatdidrit
CRABS 28c .a'SHEII' OYSTERS ItJO : 35th Annual Orange Blossom and fraudulent claims against .
,
'
". ''I' Classic (OBC) to be played in the government, improper use
LARGE M..TPe T CAUGHT watch the clock!
of monies and conceal- -
public .
$1.10 the Orange Bowl in Miami, .
SHRIMP
WHITE: LI. I .
Saturday night, December I.I ment, Intentionally, of facts .
I Tern Southern University from government gaencies.
Powell remains unseated and BRAND NEW '
away from the post which be OLD) CHARTER
once held In the Capitol u a : 1967 VWSEDAN :

congressman Kentucky's Finest Bourbon

ELECT .

Negro Gets 1st 169850 !II 7 years old


BOB GMC Franchise BLLIVgRg IN lAX : ..,

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ST. LOUIS-The first Negroin
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Albert Johnson of SL Louis. He I =
MALLARDASSESSOR win be one of 13,000 new car
dearlers throughout America. : Griffin
Johnson win open an agency in :

Chicago.The ; Volkswagen .
46-year-old dealer start-
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"1967 WerU Cfca.plif" Rabbit's Feat Proves Lecky
Gilbert's
,Matthew HayweodSvpuiIowRS

For Patriot's Nifty ReceiverThere I

Allen's Jackets was a time that Art Graham's injuries came with

such rapidity that the Boston Patriots took the easy way Attred: haywood, a 190 pound freshman halfback from MatthewW.
assigned him his own whirlpool and labeled It the .
Gilbert IJcb J School of Jacksonville, Florida ran three Graham ,

touchdowns as tthune-Cookman uthCudolbu the Allen. At the same time, his teammates second touchdown by grabbinga
University \ellowjackets) ; ColumT4a, ,57-0 comcferJng pasted up a sequenceof Babe Parllli pass for a 13-
a successful Homecoming weekend a local comic strip which yard gain to the three-yard Jlae
Held to a minus M yards, the Yelkwjukets were BO match showed a character called Hapless and scored the last Patriots'
for the B-CC Wildcats' defensive team, known In the S1AC Harry dropping into an touchdown on a 16-yard l reception -

Conference u "Tank's Ter or Team" open manhole while running out .

The defensive squad with a quarterback keeper. B-CC for a pass."Hapless. That gave the 6-foot-l, 205-
line averaging 150 pounds under running backs continued to grind Harry" was crossed pounder a total of 22 receptions
the direction at Lloyd "Tank" out yardage as At tl.wiy Grisby out. "Hapless Graham' was for the season and secondpl4 e
Johnson Is one of the top units scored oo a four yard rush penciled In. That's the way it among the leaders He is tied
la the SIAC Conference.They've Then Haywood, entering the was for Graham through his for the most touchdowns, with
.gtvea n only 66 net yards game for the first time, scored first three years with the Patriots four, has the longest receptionof
nshing la three games. three touchdowns In sucesslons and then suddenly mid- the season, a 79-yarder, and
The Wildcats still undefeated d 16 yards 8 yards; and C way of lat season the 26-year- has become the guy Farllli
scored la the first quar- yards. Twice the PAT was old split end ran out of Injuriesand seems to be looking for when
ter on a six yard pass from kicked by Lemar Hardaway, ultimately Into the Patriot's the going gets tough.
Clevis Wright Daniel CO<1IIr. The Wildcats will Journey to record book with 51 receptions "Before last season," says
They struck again i In the second Hw "-"l% Alabama Saturday, for the season-the highest Graham, "I was always injuredand
quarter with another sU yard October list to take oo the number In Boston history. Babe and I never pass to Samuel Cooper (Identical Alabama AAM Bulldogs. The turning point, according that familiar with each other oo
twin to Daniel from Clewis to Graham, came against Kansas pass patterns and such. But
Wright Fair Play Halo THE ST. LOUIS CARDINALS, 1967 National League enam- Larry Jaster Dick Hughes, Steve Carlton, Tim McCarver. City last season. And that the injury-free season last year
As the defense continued to pions. Front rowleft to right): property manager Butch Phil Gagllano and Curt Flood Back row; assistant trainer was the first time he played changed all that.'* ',
rush me offensive unit of Allen Saints Yatkeman, Julian Javier, Roo Willis, Hal Woodeshlck, Coach Bob Albus, Al Jackson, Joe Hoerner Jack Lamabe Bob with rabbit's feet in his shoes Now Parllli Is one of his
B-CC scored twice on fumbles Earned By Dick Staler, Coach: Bill Muffett, Manager Red Scboendlenst, Gibson, Eddie Bressoud, Bob Tolan, Lou Brock,Roger Marls, "Chuck Shonta, our safety, biggest boosters, and points out
recovered both times by NEW ORLEANSNPITheNew Coach Joe Schultz Coach: Bob Mllliken, Da Uaxvlll, Mike Alex Johnson and trainer Bob Bauman. Batboys; Don Deason goes hunting every Monday," how unique Graham is as a pt o
230 Shannon and Nelson Briles. Second row: Orlando Cepeda, and Jerry Gibson receiver.\
Johnny Allen, a pound Orleans Saints, newest addition Graham explains. "He came
guard. The point after touchdown to the National Football Dave Blcketts, John Romano, Ray Washburn.. Ed Spierio, back with three rabbits'feet that "It's hard to compare him with\

was kicked by Alvln League, has earned a "Halo", weekand gave two to me. I put any of the great receivers because -
Wyatt. not only because it won four them in my sock before the he's too light to be alight
George King,quarterback,who games in pre-season contests, CoachPresident Jackie Roblisoa _Scores Agaia! Kansas City game They're still end and too big to be a flanker,"
.. _
late U the leCoodJQUUter A u. says Parllli. "But he has the
took over but because it has developed) t" -" 1 1 "I'"'".}9'1.J, In my'sut"Naturally
scored quickly on a into the finest thing in race relations : t t\:"!, Graham caught U speed of most flankers and, of
In the deep South. 1 passes against the Chiefs and course, is faster than the tight
BOWLINGIS There have been seen no evidences Lauded For EffortNEW scored two touchdowns-his ends.
of racial discrimination 1I first touchdowns In two years. The pass receiving lead,
ABALL in any of the .connectedwith "U was," Graham says, 'like meanwhile, remained In the
the Saints. Negroes are on VORK-Or. R.W.E. Jones, president of Crambling(La.) 4 I a home run hitter who starts bands of Oakland running back
College, has been named winner of"Sport Magazine Service Award Hewrltt Dixon Jim Nance ol
the team in a goodly number. hitting home runs again after
RAIN OR 'They enjoy full use of all of the for October, according to an article In the current issue of Y I a slump." Boston held on to the rushing

facilltes open to the team.They the Magazine. Graham has stayed out of the lead but Len Dawson of Kansas
SHINE participate in all of the team's The award, presented for out- of more than 400. I slump since He was one of the City replaced New York's Joe
activities, both oo the field and standing contributions to the advancement Dr. Jones, who Is baseball I keys for Boston last Sunday as Namath as the passing leader.In .
: in social events. cf community sports coach u well president t.was I the Patriots and the unbeaten the only other change, Hous
They are seen among the cheerleaders programs and activities,goes to voted NAIA CoachoftheYearfor San Diego Chargers wound up la ton's Zeke Moore took over in
SNERW000 'I seated without any discrimination Dr. Jones for his slngificajit leading Us charges to a a 31-31 tie, He set up Boston's punt return
i : in the stands,numbered part in the development o f spectacular fl-' season and
LANES : among those present in Crambling as a major Institution first ranking U the HAIR poll ''hMr n I Wilt's Pact Believed HI.h.stS.llry
the press box, and used in of higher education and the last season.

165.1111 commercial advertlsments by nation's best small-college b 1963, Dr. Jones was Inducted .
the team and by local business.Not baseball team. the NAIA Baseball Han- 5010 only do the Saints earn Dr. Jones first took over u fame. Earlier, the American
.a halo, but they are filling the president of Grambling College Association d College Baseball PHILADELPHIA-Wilt Chamberlain has been negotiating
KOOKUCHTUTIIUY
I. ,' stadium, for people of all races, in 1936 when the school ba.clIZO Coaches presented him with its his 1967-68 contract with the Philadelphia 76ers of the
5 KITE groups, etc., are flockiogtosee students and a faculty of 17.To- 25-Year-Award "for a quarter National Basketball Association and has agreed to sign for
( the "Saints come marching to day, 4,000 students and a faculty century leadership and devotion a reported 1350.000 beUeved to be the highest one year.
I to college baseball" pact ever for an athlete.

"Our purpose in presenting The'lfootlCbamberlalnended 1961 without fouling out a game.
Old Taylor Presents: Ingenious Americans this award said Al Silver man, his holdout during a weekend Another accomplishments
editor of SPORT Magazine "is Jackie Roblnsonm one of the greats of baseball of all times negotiating session in the homeof among many is his be ing named
to generate national and local is cow Chairman of Brotherhood Week This announcemenlI leers' owner Irv Kosloff. to the all-league teams eight
recognition for the dedicated I from the office of Dr. Sterling W, Brown, president of The money will be paid over a straight years and played in

:.. .. men and "women who have the National Conference of Christians and Jews, The appoint period of years for tax-saving as many All-Star dames,
/', Jr, given of themselves, and by so ment was further confirmed by Judge C. Clyde Atkins and purposes.The .
doing, to help spur the growth Richard F. Wolfson co-chairman of the Florida Region of the contract agreement was Oakland Linebacker
'f.- : .*., and development of sports-or NCCJ. It waf made at the executive office of Governor Nelson confirmed by general managerof

tented actuates by inspiringmore Rockefeller. the ball club, Jack Ramsey.
:' ,.'('t{ people devote their time Ramsey said the contract was Connors Shaving More
and energies to improvlngcom- NAACP Clams Negro Athletes sitting on his desk waiting for

k< r e w #, munity sports programs Chamberlain to sign it. Reason For Success
It was hoped that Wilt would
Are TV CoUshovUer
Getting join the team In time for its "We've matured," says Dan

} MAKE YOUR NEW YORK-Negro athletes are being bypassed by makers final pre-season games. Connors of the young Oakland
television commercials seen during sports events and relatedprograms Tie 31-year-old Chamberlain, linebacking crew be leads
( who led the VCers to the Eastern "We beards if
even grow we
according to a survey released this week by thePAACP
V VOTE COUNT Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc. (LDF). title over the Celtics and don't shave-except for Otto. +
II. an eventual NIA championshipover Gus still has peachfuza"The
I The LDF has asked the Federal
to Investigate.. San Francisco, will be peacb-fuzs that has disappeared -
Communications CommissionIIS.
I The LDF drew the following starting his ninth season in the from Connors'cheeks
consluslons about the appearance league He finished third in hasn't exactly turned into stubble -
EVANS of Negroes in commerlcals scoring last season after winning but the 25-year-old Raider
::1 during sports programs as a the title seven straight Mike Man has matured to a
\\1 i result of its surveyi years. He sacrificed scoringfor point where be is beginning to

d t tI tI 3rd Cc MAIN The rate Negroappearancesis assists and rebounds in receive recognition as one of
{ R 4 is 5 per cent; or, \ commercial leading the 76ers-to a record- the American Football League's

I |L 4.(381 OPEN TJLL)& 9:30 ",.,.. IL 4.8381 in ZOo breaking 68 wins during regular outstanding linebackers.
: 67 CADILLAC DEVIILE.$5595S Half the appearances of Negroes season play.Despite Connors Just two years ago
CPE.
.
Isl .1 consisted d momentary his not winning the was riding the bench behind the
'rRECfTIVM'N"Et.N' ; I n ':. r tf 2r'o :1 : exposure as an "extra" in the scoring title, Chamberlain still veteran Archie Ifatsos. Then,
IL T 'RIN() RyR1VAAlI/IANTlC sIt NT DIn, to L056
VINYL ROO' scene managed score points when UaUos was traded, the
I G t ,\ 66 CADILLAC SED Of the eight commercials mon- and topped the NoA in rebounds middle linebacking Job was
P1fd DEVILLEt.iG$4595 itored which utilised Negroesfor with He
I 1957. set a thrown up for grabs. Connors
I 1R a aria E i J ..2Htf U'*fvA personal endorsements only club record of 630 assists, a caught ht.

66 BUICK RIVIERA $3395 one featured a Negro, Louis league mark for a center. "We felt all along that middle
i Armstrong. Wilt will be working toward linebacker was Dan's best
Matthew Alexander Henson (1866.1955) .F' |.OM>CO WITH EeUIPMINT,Al'* CONDITIONED
the 15,000 point mark this position," says Coach John
r"f ,,'.f. 65 MUSTANG $1395 season to go along with all Ranch. "It was a matter of
65 other records In the NBA: book experience He', been getting
\ PONTIAC CATALINA $2195
.
f that has his name beside them. that and improving with every
I < t. 000* HARDTOP, AIR l CONDITIONED, Coach Alex Hannum, mind was game. He's been real good
The first man to set foot I .67 CAMARO ,... It $2395AUTOMATIC HAIR POMADE eased considerably when the red-dogger."

HIM, PACTOKY WAHHAMTY big center agreed to terms. The fourth-year from the
on the top of the world.. 65 CHRYSLER NEWPORT; ', ,$1995 C' Keeps Near andWetfGroomed Hair It was also said by Hannum that University of Miami pro,a 6-foot-l,

I 65: Ford V-8 Hardtop .. .$1W5 [ the 76ers could not repeat as 230-pounder, goes right along
7sN., PJVIII miHfJ CONDITIONED. .f. AH champs without Wilt. .with Ranch's estimate
r 64 = ill :..... : Day, Chamberlain
..
a' Coupe $2995 has a string of "I came in last year at ISO-
f The signs of a true adventurer showed to the Pole, and fast; since a number of AIR C TORY WA... R, 101'. VINYL R Ntw, Improved MUREAV'S Kill 691 consecutive from little bit
,! ftp early in the life of Matthew Henson.At nations were vying for the claim.'w .85 C: rt .. ..... ..I.1995A omtit orM wooden, oa games a lighter.than ever
kinky, bwd-UMnuuw Uir October 1959 "
Applied through April before, he says. 'But I was
thirteen Henson Matt Henson the Trudging wlifl/r'/ "/ /TURDOttIIAN ,
the ripe old age of was man. /m\\L"Mf. In Use mocnlni ba ken ttul 'JtttlsenUd'
shipped out ss cabin boy on a schooner. the last painful miles recording observations 61 C i .. ...... ... ....... .f2595 look. Oft>U ferbUrfuUaafiuruilxd stronger and quicker. The main

bound for China. and Alexander calculating a true became course the, 81.PI.iJA. : VI.uTo&AiI'et. Air .a1/4./:.rACT...:.......H595 MUKRAVSO. wU tuo d .,t 10edu. difference This is a big though game Is to absorb mental
Matthew Henson
When he returned to Washington.. ER" TO. TRAMP. TORv WARRANTY.UD dreg W taoM ... IUY U.S. and
D.C. he met the man who helped make first man to locate and rtand on the ", Chevrolet time bits en ..,..1.,..$2195 'rk'k eouwe.sari w. you only'' build experience
the
him fimous.Th then Lt Robert EPearyi\North Pole. Peary arrived forty-five mln t' levroloetY1mate I 19#'r.R .HAR" "' NuRAY'Rl5Rsf on field
64 v..a, Air H$1595 SIZE p PYTiSeaUUys Connors, who so far this season
In11! later and together the planted puq
discovered Matt Henson working '|1 ites men tfiO"! Hop, lid nUII'1 t.MYvRaars SAVING BONDS has recovered
Washington hat shop Peary was Immediately r the American flag \ 57,Cbev.e, .,. .,.$150 M Cfcryrief d. .$ W three fumbles -
not
impressed by Henson,and he No longsf.was Matt Henson an obscure ; SOfEB5t PRODUCTS g0.W only cites his own
OVER 100 CARS CHOOSE FROM maturity u a reason for Improvement -
adverMercr. He Con. $ ,
Invited the young man to join a canal. was given a : i WdMlr I.trA.W Ware
surveying expedition to Nicaragua. Henson gre ional Nfaial,)Jilt membership In the' hut the experience
accepted Explorers' Club, h commendation from. FootbailSchedules basis gained with playing a three yen
Otto
Under Peary tutelage, Matt Henson the President Master Science, degree'by (
became an able navigator, adept *t cal Morgan State College,And numerous' ret from Ulssouri) and Bill
culating distances and plotting charts.A medals and plaques. from tivic 9t1ilnlzadon. *. Luke, (a three-year vet .fromIflchigan
)).
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short time later, Peary began hit renowned 4P
arctic expeditions to locate the April 6, 19S9, the 50th anniversary 01'the 'Last season was out first: asa
North Pole, and Henson accompanied discovery of the North Pole was Tae football schedule for unit," Connors explains.)
Florida UU University Talla- "Now we know bow to help
,
all seven trip prod aimed by the ; of Mary..rland
admiral
the on '
On the final nip Peary lay drained as Matthew Alexander HensonDayJtcting 'S I baNee December, carries through to each other out. So we're play
S as follows October log together
:
exhaustion and crippled by frost- tribute to the first man ever better
bite.from Someone had to make the last dash to stand on the top of the world.' *H, ,vs. Tennessee State, at "Also we're mixing up our
Nashville
w Jyai' Novemberagainst. defenses more and we have
OLD TAYLOR North Carolina.T at Greens:. different dogs to use off the

KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON. /e. beta; November vii, against same tarnations and I WIlt
I,' I Southern University, at Talla we're confusing the opposition.
nNTUCICriTUIGHTSOUMON: MNOOT,THIOlOTAnWOIJTUlEIYCOJUNWOfT RTatouitsuu bastes. November It, against; Our defensive line exerts a lot

I, Would Hie: M own this' handsome sculptured, bust of Matthew Henson It's 1 8'tall' ,made olanHau Bettune Cookmao.' at Talla of pressure oo the passer and
you what ISUae.k)4nrember'vs.Tezat; out is the best In the
$ ( I it secondary
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.' lit+* wlfl U at Miami oo December so we can dog mere"
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I 11,000 Fans See FAMU Rattlers Swamp Morris Brown With A 44-0 Score




Yisirztiiski CrtdHiWillltsj "III CeKh" Gainesville freshman liaiclfoa Paces Rattlers Charge

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For P..I.II -", "iI,f.J'J'( "\ Talks Agitist iegro BoycottLAS : Rambles In A&T Loss With 4 Two Alert Defensive Plays

capacity crowd watched
,J ,", : Gaither' Florida MM Rattlers i
NEW YORK-Manager Dick CRUCES, N.M.-A top UJ,Olympic official has said tale advantage 01 .a ly Morris Brawn tumbles ill
the
Williams is the man moil this week it would be a great mistake for Negro athletes to PORTSMOUTH, Va.- 19- quarter and then coast to a 44-0 -.CIOTF lust

responslbe for the Red So* boycott the 1868 Olympic Game* ,t Mexico City yard field goal by Norfolk State More than UOOO homecoming saw the I &ttleulCOrt OD Octobtrl4.
the de Capriles chief of the U.8. Olympics Committee end Kenny Edmonds late lathe runs 01 37 45 011
winning pennant according I Miguel and 61 yards with six players
to triple crown winner Carl said, 's not entirely trappable that someone may talk third quarter gave the .u of the Coring. getting a hang in

Yatrsemskl in an article Laths loosely. <' Spartans a 17-14 win over A&T Defensive halfback Major Has- 48 yard pass from quarterback

current issue of SPORT Maga.. "Our history, certainly in the mittee now or In the past. West in The a recent Aggies, C1AA, who game have yet to elton provided most of the fireworks Calvin Simpson to flanker

sluts ye Olympics, on participation of an Coast Negro athletes said recently this with the 37 and 45 yard Charles Barker put the ball on
win season staged
a ,
Yastrtemskl, who has bee* our people In regard to race and there may be a Negro game second gallops. Haselton intercepted a the Rattler three late in the third

with Boston since 1961, describes creed Is so clearly self evident, boycott because of discrimination a gallant tie the count at quarter 14-14 before rallyto Morris Brown pass on the 37 quarter.
the atmosphere around it's ridiculous to put any credence against them. kick sealed yard line and ran untouched into Four plays later the ban was
+ Edmonds' their
the Red Sox clubhouse before upon any discriminatory Da Capriles and Dr.JosueSae- It the first timethe' the end tone for the Rattlers on the one yard line and FAMU
doom. was
Williams took over the club u situation," he said at a news nt, president of the Mexican Spartans had beaten ALT third touchdown In the first took over.
"country-club", with players conference.: Olympics Committee,diacuss quarter. The win was the Rattler*third
more conerned with their per, Answering a question as to ed the 1968 Olympics during in six meetings. With four minutes left in u.el shutout In four games and their
field the
After the goal Aggies
sonal statistics than with winning whether any pressure might be ceremonies honoring former half, Hazelton gallops 45 yards fourth consecutive conference
sustained drives
had frustrated
and losing. y brought by Negro athletes, he Mexican President Miguel Ale- twice in Norfolk State on a punt return to give the Rattlers win.. FAMU is now 4.0, Morris
But says Yastrscnukt in the said, "It would be a great mistake man on the New Mexico State deep a 37-0 halftime lead file: Brown 04. The Rattler travel
SPoAT Magazine articles WU- if they did and I don't think territory. Edwards scored fie: 62 yard ri::: to Nashville this week to meet
I University 4 56 left in the ,
Hams changed all that. they wouli It would be prefectly laces said campus.representatives With : back game late In the fourth quarter, s--, powerful Tennessee State University -
"From the moment he took stupid to take a position of sophomore quarter '
torn 125 countries are ex most a duplication of the run' e Saturday night
I ? Code threw a 13-yard to
over, Williams was the boss,"! that kind We've always had Negro He estimated pass made a week ago against Alabama
peeled. 9,000 Driskell on the Spartan's 19
says Carl "He got rid of all participants." !&M. TIlE YARDSTICK
and
the Individuality, made us. into Ha, Capriles. said the boycott"participants about 3,000 tourists newsmen would be yard! line. Two plays laterCode's The Rattler first score came FAUU
60,000 to
a team, gave us an incentive, I question has hot been brought u Mexico City for the l pass Daryle Cherry as the result of Morris Brown First Downs 15 a
Olympics was intercepted by Jim Minor
{
made us, want to win. Williams before the U.s. Olympic Com- ,( frumble that was recovered by First Downs 15
Alps nine
yard line to
has given us something that no on FAMU end AlonG Gilbert, on Rushing Yardage ZOO
ind the threat.
manager la my time ever did I the Morris Brown li. Passing Yardage 131
Parade-- Fullback Larry James and
respect for ourselves and each Sports Quarterback Elroy Morand Passes Attempted U
quarterback tae Fullard. both 11
other We don't laugh at mistakes freshmen engineered AlTs bootlegged eight yards for the Passes Completed 10Passes

that cost ball games any.. COACH ELEVATED defeat. Fullard, threw a Z5yardtouchdo'D score two plays later.' Intercepted I

more. NASHVILLE (NPI) .. Edward The secondRattler score came Punts 1.42 aVI
S. Tample, two-time pass to end Rae Jarvis -
"Williams had patience with five minutes later when Morand Penalties .55
Olympic coach, has been elevated to the dual post of coor- midway the first quarterand
guys who let themselves get scored again from the five after fumbles lost f
dinator of track and field
programs for ,men and women by two minutes later, threwa
out of shape. When Joe a 53 yard drive.
Fey Shown Carl his catch 45.814:; Tennessee State University. Temple who 32 to end Bill
and George Scott are S. Young with price a formerly coached yard pass Edwards was the MORRIS BROWN
put weight, Red Bass, and Leroy Gore. the famed !"Tlgerbelles or women thlnclads t was happy about Murphy. leading
he benched them ground gainer for FAMU with First Dwons e
gave them The two fishermen braved Northeat winds and high waves the elevation, saying that one of his long range goals will be James, a 235-pounder from
strict diets and wouldn't returnthem 85 yards in Iii curies. Ken Rushing Yardage 71
to fish the north jetties recently Their total catch weighed' to place as many Tlgerbelles as possible on the 1968 U.S. Gainesville, Fla., picked up 109
to the Riley six of 17
until completed
lineup they more than 140-pounds. Olympic team. 'ardsin 17 carries fosses Passes Yardap 51
slimmed down. No other Red ) for 75 yards, but for the first Attempted a
-- -- ---- -- Despite the loss, Code, startIng -
Sox manager I played for tooksuck JE S' COCAPTAINSNEW his first at quarter time this season the Rattlers Pisses Completed 3

a tough stand. Chiefs Allowing Less Yardage YORK .- (NPI) -.Tackle Sherman Plunkett and corner- back for ALT game, gave a good failed to score by way of a pass. Pisses Intercepted i
"And before this year, every FAMU wrapped It up in the first Punts 4-30
back Johnny Sample and tackle Paul Rochester have been account of himself. He moved aVI
body was trying to do things named offensive and defensive team captains for the New York the ball club well in guiding the half, scoring 37 of their 41 Penalties 53
Added LaddHow
himself But Williams changed Now They've Big Jets for the 1961 American Football League season. Sample Aggies to their two second- points in the first twoquarters.The fumbles lost I
all that. Now when we need a Wolverines from Morris
formerly starred at Maryland State
do the Kansas City Chiefs, defending American Football college. quarter touchdowns
matter Brown threatend
run, no who comes up, r only once a
if s his Job to move a base- League champions, compare at this stage of the season,
with the club that swept through the league l last year? .
runner up and forget his per- '
sonal records. This goes for Better defensively! And now son it is very important to STORK: Hornby. $hwtfir n n, TYe d'. ,nd ..t': .
everyone, slugger and banjo- add Ernie Udd to the front avoid standing pat," he says .. gO' 3'0' 9' 30 ,,
hitter alike. Playing like that, four. over and over, "You have to nOIRS Friday f't",d y ::1. :m, ..nZ. POrn .W anC6d f ...... T.. 'n.tn,

we won the pennant and Williams Ladd, a proven all -AFL defensive try and Improve the team In : :

has to get most of the tackle who goes 6-foot- every way. Pro football is sucha
credit concludes Yastrum- 9 and 292 pounds when he's game of excellence in exe.
'
ski. slimmed down, became a Chief cution that you will lose if you
last Sunday only minutes after fail by the merest margin tq

Kind' Clink To BeHeld the defending AFL champions! make a play or lag by evena I Sears I shirt sale !
had posted their second shutout fraction of a second in' rush,

of theseasxibydefeatlngMianl' : tog the quarterback.
October 26Jh 410. The last phrase Is the most

Nathaniel Adams, will con- The Chiefs gave up quarterback significant.' Stram obviously I1Y Men's solid
duct a clinic on karate October Pete Beathard, Lei Dam hopes Ladd takes care of the long-sleeve

26, at the Eartha White Community son's effective backup passer, lags.
Center, 743 W, Ash.. to get Lad quarterback Jacky While the Chiefs were moving
ley Street, at 6 p.m. Lee and a draft choice But to bolster their defense, they i' or plaid sport shirts
Adams is a promising student Coach Hank Strata left no doubtthat held onto the top spot offensively ,Y
of this ancient sport and is the mammoth Ladd was in rushing while New
,
studying under Bernard Collins the man he wanted ocr 'fork did -th. earnin passingand "'1<> ,_ .

holder of tile Black lIeU "This," said Stram, "f'is the total ofense pa

4th degree. most significant trada in the ..

4. During the clinic, Adam.. will Chiefs eight-year history. The Jax To Host t! 1 .
demonstrate some of the skills aujulstion of Ladd wUl solidify -

in breaking wooden boards and our defensive line. Ladd Cage lr
cement blocks. and Buck Buchanan will give us Tourney 3. 197

Beginning November,James the balanced size, strength and The 1968 State Basketball; ; i, Sears Low Price
Monroe will conduct a clinicon ability we have been seeking"
Tournament was voted to beheld
Jujitso and yoga. Persons What Stram didn't say is that here in the Jacksonville 3 P r8 Only 1 .L
with Ladd shoulder to shoulder each
interested In taking lessons in Coliseum when It met next
with Buchanan, a mere 6foot7 -
_, this activity should register at March 8-9. .
the center today. You may register and 287 pounds, opposing This meet will draw the top
by phone ats0-3S4.8974. quarterbacks will be facing the four teams in Classes AA, A
The activity is sponsored by two largest starting defensive BandC. /i3 ;
the Jacksonville Recreation tackles in the AFL-and a defensive In making the annoucement /
unit that Is
already
Dept. proving stronger than last public, Floyd Lay Florida executive 4 Machine washable and tumble dry sport shirts stay neat
of the High
year's. School secretary Activities Association, all day long. Easy pare, I 100% cotton. Choose classic or but
Here's' the way the Chiefs looked +' ton-down collars In sites small t to large. Available In Plaids
1'_ defensively before the Ladd said, "We're happy to bring and solids Sizes small (tq large.
:
the tournament to Jacksonville.
VoteWatch trade with the
as compared ail
It is the aim of the FHSAA ... ,
over-aU figures for the 1903 ?' ,t' 1
to encourage participation by .
on an h 1 r
average per
seasons basis: game fans and students in all phases Me..' Sport Shirti- Street, floormen's

1966 (Entire Season), Yards of school activities. With this. '
to Jacksonville 'I
in mind the move
Allowed
969-4937
Rushing
(Four Games)X ; was made in order to give
This Clown more people the opportunity of tLzJJ
1968 (Entire Season), Yards rI
Allowed Passing, 186.7-4987! attending the games.
11 41 The tourney site had previously I :
12 (Four Games) 144.5. i NoIronPERMj.PREST
1966 (Entire Season) Total been Florida Gym, which
Yards Allowed; 283.6-1967 seats 6,000. The Coliseum will

(Four Games) 243.0. hold 10.300 for basketball; although ,
At the same time, the Chiefs' the record crowd to date'
I was 8.519 for the 1966 Gator
1 1J front four has reached opposing
finals.Jacksonville
r quarterbacks 15 times com- Bowl casual slacks
5 pared to 26 all last year. That'sa Issued a bid for \

3. Ii decided improvement over the tournament. St. Petersburgaid
14
Miami had indicated interest
1966 when the Chiefs were surpassed -
in that department by in obtaining the tournament -
112112Sometimis 'five other teams. but no official' bids were ,

He's Up,Sometimes Now Ladd, replacing veteran made.
He'. Down, He Adds,Subtracts, Ed Lot amer and young Andy The application stated the
He worlds it all around. Rice, who have alternated at Coliseum would be made avail n 3211
\ left tackle, takes his place able for the meet with no cost ,
55 alongside Buchanan and flankedby to the FHSAA. In addition, the 'Y
22
illCOMING
-
end Jerry Mays ((6-4.252)) FhSAA will receive $
and Chuck Hurston ((6-6,240)) which go toward Covering.tournament

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I Grambling College Prexy Cited For Best Small College Baseball Team I



"1967 World' Ctw_ptoBs" t Rabbit's Feet Proves Lucky
Matthew Gilbert's HaywoodStjpordowRS

For Pflfrfot's Nifty ReceiverThere I

Allen's Jackets was a time that Art Graham's injuries came with
such: rapidity that the Boston Patriots took the easy way v*
Alfred Kaywood, a 190 pound freshman halfback from Matthew ,assigned him his own whirlpool and labeled It the US.e.
W. Gilbert Ugh: School of Jacksonville Florida ran three Graham.

touchdowns as tethune-Cookman College rolled over the Allen At the same time, bis teammates second touchdown by grabbinga
University Vellowjackets; Columbia, South Carolina,57-0 completing pasted up a sequenceof Babe Parilll pass for a 19-
a successful Homecoming weekend. h a local comic strip which yard gain to the three-yard|line
Held to a minus 84 yards, the Yellowjackets were no match showed a character called Hapless and scored the last Patriots'
for the B-CC Wildcats' defensive team, known In the SIAC 3 Harry dropping Into an touchdown on a 16-yard reception -
Conference u "Tank's Ter:or Team." open manhole while running out .
The defensive squad with a quarterback keeper. B-CC's for a pass."Hapless. That gave the 6-foot-l, 205-
line averaging 250 pounds under running backs continued to grind Harry" was crossed pounder a total of 22 receptionsfor
the direction of Lloyd out yardage as Antony Grisby out. "Hapless Graham" was the season and second pis'*
Johnson I* one of the top units scored on a four yard rush. penciled In. Thaf the way It among the leaders. He is tied
In the SIAC Conference.They've Then Haywood, entering the was for Graham through his for the most touchdowns, with
given up only 66 bet yards game for the first time, scored I first three years with the Patriots four, his the longest receptionof
rushing in three games. three touchdowns In sucesslons and then suddenly mid- the season, a 79-yarder and
The Wildcats still undefeated of 16 yards; 8 yards; and 6 way of lat: season the 26-year- has become the guy' Parilll
scored in the first quarter yards. Twice the PAT was old split end ran out of injuries seems to be looking for when
on a six yard pass from kicked by Lemar Hardaway. and ultimately into the Patriot's the going gets tough.
Clevis Wright to Daniel Cooper. The Wildcats will journey to record book. with 51 receptions "Before, last season," says
They struck again in the second Huntf"Ue.l Alabama Saturday, for the season-the highest Graham, "I was always Injuredand
quarter with another six yard OctoWr 21st to take on the number in Boston history Babe and I never really got
pass to Samuel Cooper (Identical Alabama AIM Bulldogs. The turning point, according that familiar with each other on
twin to Daniel from Clewis -- to Graham came against Kansas pass patterns and such. But
Wright.As Fair Play Halo THE CARDIN iS,196'l National n-- Larry Jaster Dick Hititi'M-; r tiie Carlton, Tim McCarver: City last season. And that season last year
the defense continued to pioas.( ): Phil Gagl ono and Curt Flood. Back row; assistant trainer was the first time be played changed all that." '.
rush he( offensive unit of Allen, Yatkeman, Julian Javier, Ron Willis, Hal Woodeshlck, Coach Bob Albus, Al Jackson, Joe Hoerner, Jack Laraabe, Bob with rabbit feet in his shoes Now Parilll is one of his
B-CC scored twice on fumbles Earned By Saints Dick Sister, Coach Bill Mutfett, Manager Red Schoendlenst, Gibson, Eddie Bressoud, Bob Tolan, Lou Brock, Roger Marls, "Chuck Shonta, our safety biggest boosters, and points out
recovered both times by NEW ORLEANSNPITheNew Coach Joe Schultz Coach Bob Milllken, Dal Maxvlll, Mike' Alex Johnson and trainer Bob Bauman. Batboys: Don Deason goes hunting every Monday" how unique Graham Is as a pro
Johnny Allen, a 230 pound Orleans Saints, newest addition Shannon and Nelson Brlles. Second row: Orlando Cepeda, and Jerry Gibson. Graham explains. "He came receiver
guard. The point after touchdown to the National Football Dave Ricketts, John Romano, Ray Washburn. Ed Splerio. back with three rabbits'feet that "It's hard to compare him with'
was ticked by Alvin League has earned a "Halo",. weekend gave two to me. I put any of the great receivers because
not only because it won four them in my sock before the he's too light to be a tight$
Wage King,quarterback,who games in pre-season contests, CoachPresident Jackie RokiasoR_ Scores_ Agaia. ..., Kansas City game.They're still end and too big to be a flanker,"
took over late in the second but because it has developedinto 7"f', ." u T 'f. in my'sock.;" says Parilll. "But be has the
;quarter scored quickly on a the finest thing in race relations r' '! : T' "t'lr' Naturally Graham caught 11 speed of most flankers and, of
in the deep South. r TII- ;" 1 passes against the Chiefs and course,, is faster than the tight
BOWLINGIS There have been seen no evi- Lauded For EffortNEW scored two touchdowns-his ends;
dences of racial discrimination 1I first touchdowns In two years. The pass receiving lead,
A in any of the activities connectedwith I "It was," Graham says 'like meanwhile, remained In the
BALLRAIN the Saints. Negroes are on YORK-Dr.:R.W.E. Jones, president< the team in a goodly number. College has been named winner of"Sport Magazine Service A- I hitting home runs again aftera Hewrltt Dlxon. Jim Nance d
OR They enjoy full use of all of the ward for October, according to an article in the current Issue of 9y slump" Boston held on to the rushing
facilites open to the team.They the Magazine. Graham has stayed out of the lead but Len Dawson of Kansas
SHINE participate In all of the team's The award, presented for outstanding of more than 400. I slump since. He was one of the City replaced New York's Joe
activities both on the field and contributions to the advancement Dr. Jones, who is baseball keys for Boston last Sunday as Namath as the passing leader.In .
in social events. of community sports coach as well as president was I the Patriots and the unbeatenSan the only other change Hous
They are seen among the cheerleaders programs and atlvlttes.goes to voted NAIA CoachoftbeVearfor Diego Chargers wound up In ton's Zeke Moore took over in
SHERW000 seated without any discrimination Dr. Jones for his singiflcant leading his charges to a a 31-31 tie. He set up Boston's punt return
in the stands,numbered part in the development o f spectacular 37-7 season and
LANES ) among those present into Grambling as a major institution first ranking In the NAIA poll : Wilt's Pact Believed Highest
press box, and used in of higher education and the last season.In .
165.1111 commercial advertisments by nation's best small-college 1963, Dr. Jones was Inducted -
the team and by local business. baseball team. the NAIA Baseball Hall-of- Salary Ever Paid An Athlete
5010slnl.t : Not only do the Saints earn.a Dr. Jones first took over as tame Earlier, the American
halo, but they are filling the president of Grambling CollegeIn Association of College Baseball PHILADELPHIA-Wilt Chamberlain has been negotiating
,. MOONLICIiTD stadium, for people of all races, 1936 when the school had 120 Coaches presented him with its his 1967-63 contract with the Philadelphia 76ers of the
SATURDAY MITE groups etc., are flocking to see students and a faculty of 17.Today 25-Year-Award "for a quarter 'National Basketball Association: and has agreed to sign fora

____ the "Saints come marching in." 4,000 students and faculty century of leadership anddevo- reported $250,000 believed to be the highest one year'
u --- pact ever for an athlete.
TOld tim to college baseball.
"Our purpose In presenting The 7-foot-l Chamberlain ended 1967 without fouling out a game.
Taylor Presents: Ingenious Americans this award," saidAlSilverman, his holdout during weekend Another of accomplishments
editor of SPORT Magazine "is Jackie Roblnsonm one of the greats of baseball of all times, negotiating session in the home among many is his being named
: ("""t' ; to generate national and local Is cow Chairman of Brotherhood Week. This announcement of 76ers owner Irv Koslotf. to the all-league teams eight
recognition for the dedicated 'came from the office of Dr. Sterling W. Brown, president of The money will be paid over a straight years and played in
:,' ,'..:di \. men and women who have the National Conference of Christians and .ews. The appoint- period of years for tax-saving as many All-Star games
\ : further confirmed by Judge C.Clyde Atkins and
meat was
f .. given of themselves, and by so purposes.
\ .J.' ;.,'., '. :' ,I\ ,' doing, to help spur the growthand Richard F. Wolfson, co-chairman of the Florida Region of the The contract agreement was Oakland Linebacker
: development of sports-or- NCCJ. It was made at the executive office of Governor Nelson confirmed by general managerof
f: -;': :: 1.I' 1./ lented actitltles by inspiringmore Rockefeller: the ball club, Jack Ramsey.
people) devote their time Ramsey said the contract was Connors Shaving More

,i and energies to improving community NAACP Claims Negro AthletesAre sitting on his desk waiting for
", ., sports programs" I Chamberlain to sign It.
Reason For Snccess
.. : :{ I TV Coldshoilder It was hoped that Wilt would
: Getting Join the team in time for its "Wf!" matured," says Dan

r'I'. '' r',' ,#. MAKE YOUR NEW YORK-Negro athletes are being bypassed by makers of final'' pre-season games Connors of the young Oakland
11e 31-year-old Chamberlain Ilnebacklng crew be leads.
+ television commercials seen during sports events and related
.
who led the '1Gers to the Eastern
"We even beards if
grow we
programs according to a survey released this week bf.the
VOTE COUNT NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc. (LDF). title over the Celtics and don't shave-except for Otto. .
eventual NEA
'i1l an championshipover Gus still baa peach-fuzz.
The LDF has asked the Federal I
to t investigate. San
Francisco will be The peach-fuzz that has disappeared
1;....' \. -- Communications Commlsslooft. l The LDF drew the following starting his ninth season in the from Connors'cheekshasn't
'f. \ consluslons about the appear league. He finished third in exactly turned into stubble
S. EVANS ance of Negroes commerlcals scoring last season after winning but the 25-year-old Raider
r r.fr ;' during sports programs as a the title seven straight Mike Man has matured to a
result of its survey: years He sacrificed scoringfor point where he Is beginning to
3rd 1 MAIN The rate of Negroappearancesis assists and rebounds in receive recognition as one of
.
: !5 I per cent; or, 1 commercial leading the 76ers-to a record- the American Football League's

; EL 4-8381 OPEN TILL 9:30: P.M. EL 4-838 in 20. breaking 68 wins during regular outstanding linebackers
'.I; I Half the appearances of Negroes season play.Despite Connors just two years ago
67 CADILLAC CPE. DEVILLE $5595 consisted of momentary his not winning the was riding the bench behind the

't \ AIR EXECUTIVB,T NNGEWD" ,N LIEAoTp: AA COMFORT DIMMER. exposure as an "extra" In the scoring title, Chamberlain still veteran Archie Matsos. Then,
tai ICI1.1001 .
VINYL ROOF, FACTORYARRANTY. scene. managed to score 1,056 points when Matsos was traded, the
,1I{ 1it Of the eight commercials mon and topped the NBA In rebounds middle line backing job was
:t 66 CADILLAC SED DEVILLE $4595 itored which utilized Negroesfor with 1,957. He set a thrown up for grabs. Connors
..16 i.w aria '\;.r LOADFB FACTORY, AND WARRANTY LIKE A NEW ONE ONLY 11000 MILES, personal endorsements only club record of 630 assists, a caught It.

66 BUICK RIVIERA $3395 one featured a Negro, Louis ,league mark for a center. "We felt all along that middle
Armstrong Wilt win be working toward linebacker was Dan's best
Matthew Alexander Henson (1866.1955) LOADED WITH EQUIPMENT AIR CONDITIONED ,. ., the 23,000 point mark, this position," says Coach John
65 MUSTANG .o. .$1395 season to go along with all Rauch. "It was a matter of
other records In the N3A book experience. He's been getting
65 PONTIAC CATALINA $2195
that has his name beside them. that and Improving with every
I DOOR HARDTOP, AIR CONDITIONED. Coach Alex Hannum, mind was game. He's been a real good
The first man to set foot 67 CAN\ARO\ . .$2395 HAIR POMADE eased considerably when the red-dogger"
AUTOMATIC. RIH FACTORY WARRANTY. Hair big center agreed to terms. The fourth-year pro from the
on the top of the world. 65 CHRYSLER NEWPORT .$1995 .I" Keeps Meat andWeNGroomed It was also said by Hannum that. University of Miami,a 6-foot-l,

e 65 Ford V'8 Hardtop '..... .. ". .$lGG5 the 76ers without could not repeat as 230-pounder, goes right along
RIM, POWER STEERING I AI tI N'i : All Day champs Wilt .with Ranch's estimate."I .
66 Pontiac Bonneville coupe ., .. .$2995 Chamberlain has a string of came In last year at 230a -
f The signs of a true adventurer showed to the Pole, and fast, since a number of AIR COND., FACTORY WAR MTOf. VINYl BOOF Naw, Ionproad MURRAY'S Hilf 691 consecutive games from little bit than
up early in the life of MattheW Henson.At nations were vying tor? the claim. 65 Chrysler Newport ... ..... ..$1995 kinky Draatlni, bard-UMnania-a Pomtd work"'Ir.wooden Applied.M October 1959 through April, before;. he lighter.says. "But I ever was
,
the ripe old age of thirteen, Henson Matt Henson was the man. Trudgingthe AIR AUTOMATIC OND.. .rA fahT.f/ STilR XXX CLEAN _In UM momlni hair kaept juaIbod" stronger and The maiD
shipped out as cabin boy on a schooner last painful miles, recording obser- 67 Chevrolet .. .. .. ..$2595 L"nuaaLrs look. Get all day'....SiUifactloala difference though quicker Is mental.
bound for China. vations and calculating a true course 67 Valiant tT Signet i tuX' Cond.$2595R RIW FACT.:WARRANTY. On tale today aldnii ; > This is a big game to absorb
When he returned to Washington Matthew Alexander Henson became the and
COWTM-
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D.C.,he met the man who helped make first man to locate and stand on the 66 Chevrolet Station Wagon ... ., .. ...$2195 .k wban.WIIAI.n. ".- R =.F the you field." experienceon
him famous.The then Lt.Robert E.Peary North Pole. Peary arrived forty-five minuses AUTOMATIC, HARP SHARP
64 tV'IAV.8NU: Cond. ,;.$1595 HUGE SIZE lit wt RAY'S Connors, who so far this season
discovered Matt Henson working in a later,and,together,the men plantedthe SAYING IONDS
I DOOR M TOP, XXR CLEAN. SMAUSI2EZ9Monurs G.kR,:; has recovered three fumbles -
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Washington hat shop. Peary was Immediately American flag. Chev.$150 60 Chrysler ...$95 not only. cites his
t impressed by Henson, and he No longer was Matt Henson an obscure sormoi/ PRODUCTS coM .. own
--- maturity as
cfi, Invited the young man to join a canal' adventurer. He was given a Congressional OVER 100 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM ClaHetM Hto.lt, Elsa 4tttf< but a reason the lor Improvement
surveying expedition to Nicaragua. Henson Medal,life membership in theExplorers' FootballSchedules experience
gained by playing
on a regular
accepted.Under Club, a commendation from basis with Otto (
Peary's tutelage, Matt Henson the President, a Master of Science degreeby .Y from Missouri a threeyearvet Bill
) and
able navigator, adept calculating State College and numerous'
became an at Morgan Luke, (a three-year vet from
distances and plotting charts.A medals and plaques from civic organizations Michigan).
short time later,Peary began his renowned "Last
arctic expeditions to locate the April 6, 1959,the 50th anniversary of The football schedule for unit season" Connors was out first ass
North Pole, and Henson accompaniedthe the discovery of the North Pole, was Florida AAlf University Tallahassee '' ,"Now know uplalns.
we bow to help
admiral all trips., by the of Maryland
seven proclaimed
on governor carries through to each other out. So we're play
On the final trip, Peary lay drained as Matthew Alexander Henson December Z as follows:October. Joe together better
from exhaustion and crippled by frost- Day.Fitting tribute to the first man ever a, vs. Tennessee State at "Also we're ,
bite. Someone had to make the last dash 'to stand on the top of the world. Nashville; November/ against, defenses more mixing and we lip nave our

OLD TAYLOR North Carolina T,at Greens different dogs to use off the
KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON boro; November 11, against same formations and I think
I O Soothers University, at Talla we're confusing the opposition.
KNTVCWSTHAIGHTIOUMON' WHISHY MftOOf.THE OLAYlCI! ISTlLLUYCO.'IANKfO<< a LOUlsvILLe.lCY.! hassee; November 18, against Our defensive line exerts a lot

Would you like to own thin handsome sculptured bust of Matthew Henson? It's 8"tallnwd of 11.1i1sa Bethune Coalman' at Tallahasseejtovember of pressure on the passer and
y antique bronze cast stone,and carries the complete Henson story.It costs $5.00 (which Is what It -4 Southern t5,TS.Texas out secondary is the best la the

costs us.S) .nd check or money order toiOIJ Taylor,Box 4865Grond Central ta.N.Y.N.Y.10017, 1 J* Orange University Blossom, at Classics Tampa. league support It from doesn't the need linebacker as much

win bat Miami on December so we can dog more"
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I 11,000 Fans See FAMU Rattlers Swamp Morris Brown With A 44-0 Score I




Yistntnski Credits "III Catch" Mexican Olympic Official I Gainesville Freshman Haieltoa Feces Rattlers Charge

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.' t '."t I Plays
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\I!!'," ,,, Talks Against KoQro$ Boycott Loss
RaMes In A&T A
Willieas For Punt .' ... '1 'I ,\ ,.1\ ; capacity crowd watched Caliber's Florida AIM Rattler
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NEW YORK Dick fII''j!!t'" :t I'I "' ., LAS CRUCES, N.M-A t top<< U&blymplc official has said Vau A 19- take advantage of early Morris Brown fumbles in the first
-Manager PORTSMOUTH -
this week it would be a great mistake for Negro athletes to quarter and then coast to a 44-0 victory: Octoberl4.
Williams Is the Norfolk State
man most boycott the 1968 Olympic Games it Mexico Cu,. yard field goal by More than 11,000 homecoming fans saw the Rattlers score on
responslbe far the Red So** Miguel de Capriles, chief of the U A Olympics Committee, end Kenny Edmonds: late in runs of 37, 45, and 63 yards with six players getting a hand in
winning the pennant accordIng third the
that someone talk the quarter gave all of the acoringDefensive
said "Ifs not entirely impossible may
to triple crown winner Carl loosely., Spartans a 17-14 win over ALT halfback Major Hai- 48 yard pus from quarterback
Yatrtemskl la an article In the r in a recent C1AA game
flanker
Calvin to
Simpson
eiton provided most of the fire-
current Issue of SPORT oj. "Our history, certainly In the In die past West who have yet to
Maga : stallour mittee now or The Aggies, works with the 17 and 45 yard Charles Barker put the ball on
*lrf .;j'l Olympics, participation Coast Negro athletes said recently win a game this season, staged gallops. Hazelton Intercepted a the Rattler three late in the third
YastriemsU, who bas bm 'I, people In regard to race and there may be a Negro a gallant second quarter rally
with Boston since: 1961, describes ':'r: creed Is so clearly self evident, boycott because of discrimination to tie the count at 14-14 before Morris yard line Brown and ran pass untouched on the 37 quarter.Four plays later the ball was
it's ridiculous to put any credence
the atmosphere around them. kick sealed their
against Edmonds'
the end tone for the Rattlers on the one yard line and FAMU
the Red Sox clubhouse before upon any discriminatory De Capriles and Dr.Josue Saenz doom. It was the first timethe took
over.
third touchdown in the first
Williams took over the club u situation," he said at a news president of the Mexican Si&rtans had beaten ALT quarter. The win was the Rattlers third

"country-club", with players conference. Olympics Committee,discussed to six meetings. With four minutes left in fd shutout in four games and their
more conerned with their personal Answering a question u to the 1968 Olympics during After the field goal,the Aggies half, Hazelton gallops 45 yardson fourth consecutive conference
be
statistics than with winning whether any pressure might ceremonies honoring former had sustained drives frustrated
he a punt return to give the Rattlers win. FAMU is now 4-0, Morris-
and losing. brought by Negro athletes, Mexican President Miguel Ale- twice deep in Norfolk State a 37-0 halftime lead.Gin: Brown 04. The Rattlers travelto
But, says Yastrsemskl the S I Ii Bald, "It would be a great mistake man on the New Mexico State territory.With Edwards scored tie 62 yard nr Nashville this week to meet
SPORT Magazine article, Williams if they did and 1 don't think. University campus. 4.56: left in the game, late in the fourth quarter El-. powerful Tennessee State University
woull It would be prefectly -
changed all that. they Saena said representatives sophomore quarter back Men
most a duplication of the run' e Saturday night.
of
to take
"From the moment he took i stupid a position torn: 125 countries are ex Code threw a 13-yard pass to made a week ago against AU>
over, Williams was the boss,*' that kind.We've "alwayshadNegro pected. He estimated 9,000 Drlskell on the Spartan's 19 bama MM. THE YARmTlCK

says Carl "He got rid of all participants ',participants 3,000 newsmen and yard line. Two plays later The Rattlers first score came FAMU
the Individuality, made us into He, Capriles.not said the boycott; about 60,000 tourists would be Code's pass to Daryle Cherry u the result of Morris Brown First Downs 15 8
a team us an Incentive question has been brought 1n Mexico for the Olympics. intercepted by Jim Minoron
gave Com City d I was humble that was recovered by First Downs 15
before the U.s. Olympic
made us want to win. Williams AiPs nine yard line to FAMU end Alonto Gilbert, on Rushing Yardage ZOO
has given us something that no and the threat. the Morris Brown 14. Passing Yardage 131
manager in my time ever did- Sports ParadeCOACH -. Fullback Larry James and Quarterback Elroy Morand Passes Attempted 23
respect for ourselves and each quarterback Ike Fullard. both bootlegged eight yards for the Passes Completed 10
other. We don't laugh at mistakes freshmen engineered AiTs score two plays later. Passes Intercepted I
that cost ball games any ELEVATED defeat. Fullard threw 25-yard The secondRattler score came Pods 1-42 aYC
more. NASHVILLE (NPR) -. Edward S. Tample, two-time touchdown pass to end Rae Jar- five minutes later when Morand Penalties .li5
"Williams bad no patience with Olympic coach has been elevated to the dual post of coor- vis midway the first quarterand scored again from the five aftera Fumbles lost I

guys who let themselves get "N-I ''':..1 dinator of track and field programs for ,men and women by two minutes later, threwa 53 yard drive.
out of shape. When Joe Fey Shown are Carl S. Young with his prize catch, a 45.6 lb.,' Tennessee State University Temple who formerly coachedthe 32 yard pass to end Bill Edwards was the leading MORRIS BROWN
and George; Scott put weight, Red Bass, and Leroy Gore famed "Tlgerbelles," or women thlnclads, was happy about Murphy. ground gainer for FAMU with. Fast Dwoaa 8
he benched them, gave them The two fishermen braved Northeat winds and high waves'to the elevation, saying that one of his long range goals will be James a 235-pounder from 85 yards in six carries Ken Rushing Yardage 'II
strict diets and wouldn't return fish the north Jetties recently. Their total catch weighed'more to place as many Tlgerbelles as possible on the 1968 US. Gainesville, Fla., picked up 109 Riley completed six of7passesfor Passing tardal:' 57
them to the lineup until they than 140-pounds. Olympic team yards in 17 carries. 75 yards, but for the first Passe. Attempted 9
slimmed down. No other Red Despite the loss, Code, starting time this season the Rattlers Passes Completed S
Sox manager I played for took JETS' CO-CAPTAINS his first game at quarter- failed to score by way of pass. Passes Intercepted I
such a tough stand Chiefs Allowiig Less Yardage NEW YORK -- (NPI) --Tackle Sherman Plunkettand corner- back for ALT gave a good FAMU wrapped It up in the first ,Punta 4-30 avr
"And before this year, every- back Johnny Sample and tackle Paul Rochester have been account of himself. He moved half, scoring 37 of their 44' Penalties 53
body wa s trying to do things Added Bi Lidtl named offensive and defensive team captains for the New York the ball club well in guiding the points in the first two quarters.The Fumbles lost I
himself. But Williams changed Now They've Jets for the 1967 American Football League season. Sample, Awes to their two second- Wolverines from Morris

all that. Now when we need a How do the! Kansas City Chiefs defending American Foot- formerly starred at Maryland State college. quarter touchdowns. Brown threatend only once a

run, no matter who comes up, ball League champions compare at this stage of the season, .
if s Us Job to move a base- I
with the club that swept through the league l last year? .

sonal runner records.up and forget This his goes per for Better defensively I And now, son It- is very Important to STOnE 9qda1, Thursd"y, 9' .' 30 n. I' Tuesday d h,. 30 I 6

everyone, slugger and banjo- add Ernie Ladd to the front avoid standing pat"You," he have says to 1I0 Friday,& Satutd.y .' I.m. 'JiL ;z. 0 J1'i', t Weah Sdar I.M. u p.'"' :
and
hitter alike. Playing like that, four. over over. :
we won the pennant and Williams Ladd, a proven all.AFL defensive try and Improve the team in
has to get most of the tackle who goes 6-foot- every way. Pro football sucha
credit," concludes Yastrcemsld. 9 and 292 pounds when he's game of excellence in execution
slimmed down, became a Chief that you will lose If you *
last Sunday only minutes after fail by the merest margin to
Karate Clinic To BeHeld the defending AFL champions: make a play or lag by even I Sears I shirt sale !

had posted their second shutout a fraction of a second" in rushing -
Miami
the quarterback.
of the season' by defeating
October 26th 410. The last phrase is the most

Nathaniel Adams, will con- The Chiefs gave up quarter- significant. Stram obviously Men's long-sleeve solid
back Pete Beathard Lea Daw- hopes Ladd takes care of the
duct a clinic on karate October '
26, at the Eartha White Community son's effective backup passer, lags. 1
Center, 743 W. Ash- to get Ladd, quarterback Jacky While the Chiefs were moving shirts
ley Street, at 6 p.m. Lee and a draft choice. Out, to bolster their defense, they or plaid sport
Adams is a 1IJ'0mislnistudent Coach Hank Stram left no doubt held onto the top spot offensively
that the mammoth Ladd was In rushing while New
of this ancient sport and Is .
*ork' did the 0am*>it passing '
studying under Bernard Collins the man he wanted "? ; 7"
said Stram "I!' the and total oJense.
holder of the Black Pelt "This, :T
roost significant trade in the
4th
During degree.the clinic, Adams will Chiefs eight-year history. The Jax To Host '
demonstrate some of the skillsin acqulstlon of Ladd will solidify 'i i

breaking wooden boards and our defensive line. Ladd Cage TourneyThe
and Buck Buchanan will give us
cement blocks. Sears Low Price
the balanced size, strength and 197
Beginning in November,James 1968 State i Basketball N
Monroe will conduct a clinic ability we have been seeking." Tournament was voted to be 3 Days Only!
What Stram didn't say Is that
on Jujltso and yoga. Persons held here in the Jacksonville
interested in taklnele.lIODIin' with Ladd shoulder to shoulder Coliseum when it met next

this activity should register at with Buchanan a mere 6-foot- March 8-9.
the center today. You may register 7 and 287 pounds, opposing This meet will draw the top
byphone also-354-8914. quarterbacks will be facing the four teams in Classes AA, A
The activity Is sponsored by two largest starting defensive BanaC.
tackles in the AFL-and a defensive -
the Jacksonville Recreation In making the annoucement
Dept. unit that already Is public, Floyd Lay, executive //r I Machine. washable and tumble dry sport shirts stay neat
proving stronger than last secretary of the Florida High! all day long Easy: care, l 100% cotton. Choose classic or but
year's. School Activities Association, b' ton-down collars In sites small to large Available In Plaids
Here's theway the Chiefs look said, "We're happy to bring and solids. Sites small to large
ed defensively before the Ladd
:- Vote trade u compared with the. the tournament to Jacksonville FHSAAto : '. .>!t; ./j.'t" '
aim of the
It is the .Il
yt j.
over-all figures for the 1933 .; .
season, on an average per game encourage and students participation all phases byfans Men'i Sport Shtrtt- Street Floormen's '

basis .
1966: (Entire Season), Yards of school activities. With this !
Watch in mind the move t to Jacksonville -''
Allowed Rushing 98,94937Four
; made in order to give
was
This Clown ( Games). the opportunity of \
more people
1966 (Entire Season), Yards
Allowed Passing; 186.7-1987 attending the games." I '- ; ) r men's NoIronPERMAPREST
12 11 41.IJ (Four ) The tourney site had previously
1966 (Entire4Season) Total been Florida Gym, which '
33 II"lll Yards Allowed, 283.6-1967 seats 6,000. The Coliseum will I J (_
(Four Games) 243.0. hold 10,300 for basketball; although :

At the same time, the Chiefs' the record crowd todate
1 front four has reached opposing was 8,519 for the 1966 Gator
casual slacks
1 1S quarterbacks 15 times com Bowl finals. \\
pared to 26 all last year That's Jacksonville Issued a bid for
'3'1 i0 a decided improvement over the tournament. St. Petersburg
!4Somelm4k and Miami had Indicated Interest
1966 when the Chiefs were surpassed -
in that in obtaining the tourna- + 4
department
IS 21 12 five other teams. by ment, but no official bids were '

He'. Up,Sometimes Now Ladd, replacing veteraqEd made.
He's Down, He Adds,Subtracts, Lothamer and young Andy The application stated the 'ff 32
Coliseum would be made avail t
He worlds it all wound Rice, who have alternated at
left tackle, takes his place able for the meet with no cost j- 14,99
to the FIBAA. In the "'
alongside Buchanan and flanked addition 799
55-. 22 111 by ends Jerry Mays ((6-4, 252)) FbSAA will receive J2.MO,
and Chuck Hurston (6-6,240)) which go toward covering'tournament

COMING ATTRACTIONS in an even more Imposing front expenses This'
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,,;;.f, ISABELLA OF PARIS .'': :it 1 Bethune-Cookman, Miss Elrt White -.Local----YMCA Gels I I

Thaf Mel! I have the Amu-' : TelliRQ It' Like This

'ing superior tonic tablets, pep { Edward Wafers, End 'Aillilces"IrYlsl Program DirectorThe i
for all the things you want todo. r 'I.j" \ ,
'Box of SO, $1.00. Satisfaction I I ; Long Football Fuss Gala James Heldon Branch
guaranteed or Money back For YMCA, 6700 Cleveland Road.
Men and Women. Bethune-Cookman College of For Nov. 10 has announced having a local
man, Harold IA. Jackson. as
Daytona Beach and Edward
P. 0, fox> 230, Dept. S. Waters College of Jacksonville Miss Eartha Mary Magdalene Program Director.Mr.Jackson
renewed a football rivalry aftera White has announced November is a product of local schools
Gary, Indiana ROOM FOR RENTMrs. lapse of more than 20 years. 10, r.t. p.m., u the date of the and received his Bachelor of
.., from Morris
Science Degree
Harvest Moon Festival for the
The colleges have signed a
f'' I PALALKA. FLORIDA Mary Bryant 1514 W. contract for a game November benefit of the Earth White Nun- Brown College, Atlanta, Ga,
22nd St. Phone: 354-7510. 4, In the Gator Bowl starting lag Home. majoring In Physical Educa
atSpm. This gala event, to be held into flan
Mr. Willie Akins can be contacted
I of the On hand for the official signIng -, exhibit hall, of civic aud- Mr. Jackson Is a veteran,
FLORIDA for STAR.copies His phone NEWS KEPORTER were Dr. William B. itorium win feature a big program serving with the U.S. ArmyIn
the Second Armored Division
numbers are EA 5-7913 and Some experience Stewart, president of EWC; and will be followed by a -
"Hell Wheels"
on out
Martin 'EWC head- dance. Refreshments will be' ,
EA 57019. Contact him and Good starting salary Fermon ,
'coach Dr. Richard V. Moore, ,served. Donations are tax de- fit.
for Advancement. Group ;
make arrangements your
lie worked for six and a half
weekly STAR. All news shouldbe Ins.:Apply: FLORIDA b ,r lr president of B-CC; and Jack ductible. "The feature story on years as a sales representative
Miss White will in the
McClalren B-CC beadcoach. appear
,
handled through Mr, AkIns. STAR 2323 Moncrtef Fd for the American TobaccoCo.
EWCs Tigers Is currently Florida Star issue of Novem-,
1l ranked second In the nation by ber 10, the same day of the Harvest ., covering the Florida dis
HELP WANTED the NADA in Kansas City! in FestivaL trict. Prior to coming to thei"Y"
RAVINE A PROBLEM
he also worked
U a Ju-
:
SLEEP-IN JOBS, total offense with a 476.5 yards
MAIDS;N, y, ;
to $65 fare advanced./ per game average and third In
salaries
EVERY DAY OF _. Q -
l defense.The .
Rush references, phonemimber. .,. .
---- New
ABLE MAIDS AGENCY, 163 N. Bethune-Cookmancollege Redeem ,
YOUR LIFE? MAIN FREE PORT, N. Y TELLING IT LIKE IT B-Two popular discussion programs Westcbester county, New York, Wildcats are undefeated in three Atlanta Braves' scouting department -
Many Mem smaller they radio stations asked James E, Queen, left, community relations coordinator for Humble Oil It games knocking off Morris Women's ; Alpha Phi Alpha
are understood. Let once to "." Refining Company's 8-state Northeastern region and James S, Avery, the oil company's nat Brown College 13-12; Albany DayIs Fraternity; Masonic Order;
me try
help with Personal 'SINGER AUTOMATIC ional coordinator of community! relations, for comments and advice on how business and local State College, 30-0; aid Allen Elks and the Duval County!
Problems.you Confidential your AirMail governments and organizations working together, can make headway against the twin plaguesof University, 57-0. Headcoach Sunday Game Officials Association.
postage to this country CONSOLE MODEL lack of Jobs and training along with other, related social Ills and problems. Representing McClalren said he welcomesthe Also Mr. Jackson Is a member
25$ management of the largest oil refiner and marketer in the U.S., the guest panelists answered EWC game because, "If New Redeem Baptist Church t
Radio Comb walnut console dozens of specific questions and also gave business and industry some more general words of continued, it can develop Into will hear Mrs.Mary Lee Adams
OMEGA like new. Reliable party can pay advice, based on a variety! of programs which their own company has been conducting for many one of the main football attractions of Trinity Baptist Church,Sunday -
Dept FSN of f $87.00 or assume $8.00 years. First, don't be afraid to make mistakes, they urged. There are always going to be some in (the North Florida area morning, October 22, In the
Box 29, Mulrenbur cp, monthly payments. A-4 Ware- mistakes in any new program and many of these new programs are efforts that should have been each season." opening of the annual Women's
South Africa house 1606 Main St., Jacksonville make in our fathers' and grandfathers' time. Second, don't run away scared because trouble Day. Mrs. Scott will be Introduced I Ici
Fla.MAIDS erupts: In a community; a troubled community is usually an index of greater need. When millions by Mrs. Mary Lee Adams I
: of additional citizens, now lacking opportunity are equipped with needed skills and pro- Lily White LodgeLily of New MI Zion Baptist.
HELP WANTED vided Jobs the guest commentators added, the economic benefits to society In general will be This annual celebration will
FOR NEI YORK squally helpful to the business community in anumber of ways. Some example: a larger and White Lodge No. 174 will feature the presence of many ;
NEWS REPORTERTrainee better-trained work force; increased purchasing power And more self-supporting citizens to have a spiritual tea Sunday, ",widely known church workers
UP 10 575 WEEK pay taxes for necessary government services; better environments in thousands of communities October 29, at Brooks' Prayer The staff of officers has prepared I
Must fce good in NOW! Best homes in' for all of business and Industry; and greater Individual achievement as a result of inckeased House, 1408 Tyler. Blshlop E. an elaborate program,
English. Use Type. Top.\:. City lobs New Jersey.Friend!) Initiative and hope among those who havewalted too long. Mumble's national an4 regional community Sunn will speak. The time is with Mrs. Redessa Dunson as
writer Apply: FLORIDA mll.e.. ., Fare sent, rush re- relations coordinators are shown, above, with Mrs. Margaret Schwarz, executive dir 4 to 6 p.m. All are Invited to Chairman.
STAR, 2323 Moncrief Rd l ferences. FREE GIFT: ector of the Westchester Region, National Conference of Christians and Jews, who moderated attend. Sunday School will be at 9:30:
MISS DIXIE AGENCY discussion programs on both stations.one In White Plains, the couty seat, and the other In New a.m. Mrs Elizabeth Hall of the

CIRCULATION MAN 300 W.40 St N.Y.C, Dept. 21(1( Rochelle Sprlngbin Baptist Church will
Distribute NewspapersFull ,Bethlehem Baptist be guest superintendent Miss i
Time or Part Time .MOTEL I Lillian Williams of New Red- I LL
,Must have car = Bethlehem 6th and eem secretary and Mrs. Em-
Baptist
Apply: SUMMER RATES':) ROUSE FOR SALE WorW News = Madison will host all of Its ,mere of Macedonia Baptist will

FLORIDA, STAR 12 rooms Private bath $5.00 districts In a joint anniversary review the lesson Other participants Tabernacle Baptitt Church
2323 Moncrtef Rd.SA 18 rooms, Semiprivate$4.00 Block house' 3 bedrooms with LUSAKA- I 1/2 day and truckers $3.00, closets, bath, heat, wall to wall tlon program to Include the names of some of the principal in the main auditorium of the Means, Elizabeth Baptist; Mrs pastor, _
MONEYM1RACLE 0( or 2 oersons) carpet, (Garage on a big lot... towns throughout the country. Up for changing are Broken Hill church D.J. Jones, New Home Baptist; Other announcements Includea
tOO'I I DGEWOOD( MOTOR COURT $330.00 down. Telephone 765- (Kabwe), Abercorn (Mbala), Fort Rosebery (Manse), Bancroft The Matron's Society of Beth- Mrs Maude Stewart,St. James sllmnastlcs class for womento
CAN COME TO YOU INTEGRATED 9189. (Chlliabombew) and Fort Jameson (Chllpata). lehem Baptist will present Deacon AME: Mrs Doris Green, St. begin October 26, at ':30
Joseph AME; Miss Carolyn pjn.
this'new I 4i9u U.s. 1,Cor.Edje wood Ave Hollls Brunson and Mrs. Richardson The will meet Tuesdays
Join Prosperity NEW AIR ROUTEMASERUNPILesotho Gilberts Jackson In a mulscal Greater P a VJD e classes on -
Movement! Write today for free Phone 1640003AlwaYI Oper on Sunday October 29, at 7:30 AME, Miss Betty Jamese and Thursdays of each
information. An Udlvidual-You LOST DOS (formerly Basutoland) has entered p.m. Mrs Gussie Page Gray Graca Baptist; Mrs. Thelma week for an eight ((8)) week
- and polarized to attract the Lost German Police male, Macedonia Baptist; Mrs. Adeline charged for members and nonmembers -
All AGES air travel between Johannesburg and Maseru. The agree- Grant Is president; Mrl.Velma
iflow of money.Properly roagneilzed -' nine mo., black. Vicinity of Quakerman, Mrs Thelma alike.
ments call for Lesotho airways and South African airways to Wilson Is reporter. The Rev
any human being can summon ,. Take NewIMPROVED NATURE West 19th & Fairfax Reward. alternate weekly the round trip flight between Maseru and A. Anderson Is pastor. Norman, Mrs Althea Wilson, The attire should be comfort-
a Money Miracle.Write for :TABLETS for that tired run Call 356-6744. Maseru and Johannesburg Mrs Valarla Clark, Grace able slacks and shoes or tennis
details about this new Pro- down feeling that keeps you from Baptist, Mrs. Alma Cook, Mt. shoes. _
sperity Movement Write TO (enjoying life. BOOKS FOR SALE I UNDER CABINET STATUS Grace Baptist Carmel Baptist; Mrs. Alicia Mrs. Jackson also< made It
100 Tablets $3.00; 200 Tablets Coot, Mrs John Simpson, Ma- known that a Health Club for
03ADIATS $5.00. $1.00 deposits on CANBERRA cedonia, Mrs. Roberta CaswelL men will get underway as soon
<(NPQ-A new look has come Into Australian
Books for sale old
MONEY MAGNET c.o.d.'s. Religious St. John Baptist; Mrs. Frances u registration Is completed.The
government, with the establishment of an office of Aboriginal Holds ServicesSunday
INFORMATION EMPIRE PRODUCTS t SALES'Dept. and new. Contact Johnny Affairs, as a means of coordlnatlngpolicyand providing mach- Cook, Mt. Olive AME and Mrs. club will be opened to
'204 S:Commerlcal Avenue FS,, 5937 N. Broad.- Henry Johnny's Hotel.6041/2 inery for consultation between state and federal departments relating Nell Holston, St. Joseph AME. all age groups or persons with
Chicago, mionis 60617 I I Chicago ILL. eps:* Davis St, to the country's 130,000 aborigines Aim of the new officeIs School opens at 9:30 The speaker Mrs. Scott, will or without physical disabilities.
I to help the aborigines become an Integral part of the Australian with Superintendent Victoria be Introduced by Mrs. Mary L. The program will Include the
liNFURN. APTS. community life Breaker In charge The morn- Adams. "100 mites run for your life
ing worship will be at 11 a.m. The service at 6 p.m.wWclose club."
LITTLE FOR RIGHT
OLD *
t MINE BUSINESSMAN 312 E, Beaver 3 rm' $32 ono WHAT'S ITS NAME?' Deacon Herman Goggins and out the day's activities. Mrs. The club will meet each Saturday -
711 Edison 5 rm $42 mo. Douglas Wiley will be in charge Patsy Johnson will speak Mrs morning at 8:30 .

MODERN INTERGRATED MOTEL AND RESTAURANT B-1472 Logan 3 rm $30 ono RIO DE JANERIO-(NPI-Brazil, by any other name, is still of devotions. The pastor the U.s. People will make the Introduction with a diet breakfast being served -
( FOR SALE DUE TO SERIOUS ILLNESS 1233 1/2 .W, Monroe 6 rm Brazil but some confusion has erupted over Justwhat the cor- Rev B.F. Brown, will speak. Others participating after each meeting.
: 14 Spacious units with TV Phones W.W. Carpet A C $45 mo. rect official designation of the country Is. Under the old 1946 Prayer meeting will be as usual will be Mrs. Dunson, Miss T. This program will offer steam
Central Heat Elaborate owners 1 I1vlni quarter: 40' and UNFURN. HOUSES constitution, the country was known as "United States of Bra- Groups 1 through 8 will Williams, Mrs. Mary MfddIeton cabinets, exerciser cycling,
seat 1511 Lee 3 rm $40 mo. report Sunday October 22. and Mrs. Caretha and a massaging table.
restaurant complete. Near til." The cnew constitution labels It "Constitution of Brazil," Byrd. Officers weights
prosperous Negro area at north
city l1m11s. 1/3 down ( $35,000 total), Remainder financed at 1107 Logan 3 rm $35 mo. while a bill has been Introduced In Parliament to make it serving during the day Again a small fee will be
6%. Wlll accept trade for down payment. Reply POBox 11142, 2813 Phoenix 5 rm $40 ono "Repul Ilc of Brazil" Still, the air ministry wants the cous-' will also participate at night. charged for the use of facili
.Jacksonville Fill, 32208, FOIAND 0 HIGBEE try to be tarn slmpl/,' its popular name, "Brazil-," and the Officers the day are Mrs ties
Realtors foreign ministry prefers "State of Brazil" Setzler Leads la Redessa Dunson, Chairman; The YMCA will offer a tennis
354-8435 317 W. For fh! St. I Mrs. Birdie Mae Sykes co- clinic on Saturday morning.
I chairman; Mrs. Thelma 21, at 9 ajn. The clinic will be
Table Tennis League Norman, pastor for the day; open to all Interested players.

i' I.W. HARPER LINCOLN ESTATES Mrs. Adeline Quaterman, secretary Following the clinic In subsequence -,
Willie I, Setzler Is In the ; Mrs Jessie Ward and weeks. Instruction
TtQUT11OlACUEpI number one position in the Mrs Flossie Smith programs; will be open to "Y" members
table tennis league now being Mrs. Marjorie Anderson tre- may
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h The only Bourbon OWN A BRAND NEW i ixttlit tit WI-.H, rtlltl do.'t hem"millions beI '.throbblni; 'Until 4aUK you toothtcn.MA CM JCL.MCommindtd .Npu p.1Kt I played at Center.the Eartha White Community asurer; Mrs Fannie Jackson,. Also on the 21st the fall program

by miw e0- .. .. organist. for the Bubble Gum Club
r r. in BRICK 'HOME! Milt. phirmKlit lorITM67...... After three weeks of play Captains will be Mme..Rot.-' will begin at 9:30: a.m., thru

enjoyed ara-jel. =.:;.:; Settler matches without has defeat.won thirteen erta Williams, Donna Hues, 1 p.m., for boys and girls ages
Annie Mae Hilton, Lucinda Ba.vcat 37. .
110 countries! 3 BEDROOMS .1&2 BATHROOMS' CLOSE MODERN u,.. -.Mrln. IL. .follows The league ratings are as. Claredzeal Alvin, Jessie This program win consist of
I Ward, Sarah Jane Holmes PIn- and also
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I : SCHOOLS AND LARGE SHOPPING CENTER. SELECT L Setzler, 2. Wilbur Sneed. kie Lee Nary .Rosetta Jackson movie games ,cartoons.story telling Refreshments

: I ZOS 400. ,YOUR OWN MODEL OR PLANS LET US' HElP ,YOU Johnson 3. Albert, S,Young Ronnie, 4.Coleman Sinclair, and,Florence m1tb. will small be served.A fee .will also be required -

I pit ESTATES 6. Johnny Thomas 7. Roy Lee,
BUY YOUR HOI IN'BEAUIIFUL.LINCOLN' for participants.Mr. .
8, Jerry Phelps 9. den Meek-
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3 ROOMS I$(. fUU.a Jackson would like for all
'; ley, 10. Emory Sneed, 11. Larry the FLORIDA STAR O1f1ce'Tuesda Interested to please
i Graham, 12, Terry Williams of each week persons
., ,. noon contact him at the office or
IIYN"IO/IIM 'w ..bt rm. house furnished. On car The next tournament will be exception of material Involving [ 765-3589.
by phone
line. 43.50 mo. 764-4816. November 1, at 6 p.m., open advertising
Ot.41SOt..: 765-1 68S to Junior and senior boys.
7130 Richard son Rd.
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