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Title:
Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
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The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
October 28, 1967
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Frequency:
weekly
regular

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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 )

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

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

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
October 28, 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:
UF00028362:00483

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7 Must Run Again ? TAMPA NEWS EDITOR I




I Four of the slx Nepoes who ran for offices In the new

consolidated government went into run-otfs In last Tuesday's ,

election while hes,beat off her opponent with ease

Earl M. Johnson candidate at- faces "Tank" Tankersley a BRANCH
HITS
large for Councilman Croup former policeman who garner NAACP

5, a field of seven with 27,638 ed 1,657 votes In an area of

votes while his nearest mixed population.The .

competitor Roger West polled sole Negro winner InTueIdaY" 9 ## ## # # # # # e
15 031. Mrs
balloting was
Eric 0. Simpson publisher of Sally M, Mathls, a previously .k r Castro Receives TMII'S NAACP Branch Uider NAMED FLORIDA .
the FLORIDA STAR who was elected councilwoman who was

candidate for Civil Service opposed by a member of her Cabled CondolencesHAVANA PRISON GUARD
Fire FroM Fie. Seitiiel Editor
own race, Roosevelt Williams,

1j who lost, 826 votes to Mrs.Mathls -The government Richard Lawrence Freemanof

j 0\'If 4,981 votes for the District 1111 press said 'Premier Fidel TAMPA-The present local chapter of the NA\CP In the bay Belle Glade, Fla., is the
;
t Council seat Castro."has been cabled: condolences city of Tampa is under fire from a Negro newspaper editor, first Negro Florida State Cor. ,
rl In addition to expressing their n over the death critlclxing the body headed by Robert Glider for net maintaining rectlonal guard. Freeman a I

thanks to the citizens who of Guerilla leader Ernesto closer ties with the masses, and letting too many whites veteran of the Vietnam war, Is
I rallied ,to their support, the have in policy making _
(Che) Guevara by French say ..?. the ion of Mr. and Mrs. Jack I
,candidates are urging all members C, BIythe Andrews editor of
recent to Fort
Negro entertainer Josephine During a trip
of the community to turnout the Florida Sentinel Bulletin, i
and vote on No,.?, which FORT BENNING, GEORGIA-,Prt. Willis N. Mitchell, Jack Baker. has been named as they key Myers, Current blasted the Sen- iI
tinel Bulletin for its articles
cable signed sis on
Is the most Important day in sonville, Fla., Is congratualated by Brig. Gen. Charles M, The "your figure in the move to form a I
the anti-white sentiment issue."The .
election, since the final decision Mount Jr., commanding general, U.S. Army Training Center, ter, Josephine Baker, and her new chapter of the NAACP In
will be made on the remaining Infantry. Pvt. Mitchell was awarded the Physical Combat 'world tribe," said In part, I Tampa which would stay In touch NAACP was founded as

candidates who will function In Proficiency Trophy for Company D at graduation exercisesof share your grief over the disappearance ,with the Negroes and keep the an lnterraclalorgunlzatlon: ,it is ;
still that and I
the new government the 5th Battalion, 2nd Brigade,.ISATCI. (US,Army Photo), / of your dear whites out of the spotlight. in the future way to, alter see that,nothing"Cur- !

brother ,,. _.._ Andrews said, "it's all right Q I
-- --- rent said. Current added that a
:, J '; for whites: to be,w... hers, but .. ,,
"" : majority t;( Vie 70 founders (in ,
M. JOllNSOH' NOVEMBER ELECTION ;t' 4N :J"C R..n SK they 'shoutd'stay In the back 1909 were white liberals, and j
I B/eefiWr ; ground. No white,no matter how
7 led six other1cpoeents m. that the last presidents were
liberal, understands the 'egroe's -
r with 15,505 votes with MAY BALANCE POWERTwo white

f.. the next highest being 10,561 f problems. In continuing his view towardthe i1cX
TiThtii It was revealed that Andrewsran
Highest
holes picked Edwin stance of Andrews and colleagues -
Cagle
up Deep South counties in the state of Louisiana, each with a a series unsigned articlesIn who were not Identified -

record of violent resistance to civil rights activities,seem almost \ ':' his newspaper last week accusing would receive no sympathy I
certain to elect Negro government bodies on November 'I, '1 the branch under Gilder
from him in seeking a charteron RICHARD L. FREEMAN
History is being made this election year In the Deep South. The of losing touch and having too buck nationalist
Is equivalent to county) of Iber- To Check SouthernSchoolLiEvasions' stance. Freeman of Belle Glade He U
Louisiana parishes (a parish ,. many whites in top positions.( Andrews feel that since Die of
21 years old and a graduate
vllle and West Fellclana both with civil rights histories of regression Andrews said he will have as national NAACP convention

and violence, are !nalllikelihoodgolngto_. be listening many as 300 signatures on an the Howard W. Blake High
voted this to toward
I move
to Negro majority voices from the county government seats application for a new charter. year School of Tampa. Guard Free ,
l "! multiple branches in cities over
: man Is stationed at the state
after November 7. In both counties qualified Negro candidates ; The application would go 250,000 population, his
group
correctional center at Drm Inlet
available offlcetromJustlceotthe Peaceto __,
are running for every through Marvin Davies of St. could take Belmont Heights and '
State Senator with odds heavily weighted in their favor. state NAACP Field He has been a guard for 11
WASHINGTON-The u.s. Supreme Court was asked today Petersburg, the central area of Tampa and months. Asked as to how b4

Considered against the back- In Iberville Parish a year later, to halt evasion by southern school boards of integration, the Director, and then toGloster B, Glider could have West Tampa. secured the job Freeman said

r drop of the counties' political but were notelectedSincethen, resistance pattern that has emerged. since the days of "abso- Current of New York, National The proposed areas sought by he simply applied and was accepted
..Director of Both
Branches. of
records, these victories repre- against a stream of steady resistance lute defiance. Andrews saw some violence by letter the next day".
sent a remarkable achievement. gains have been made NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc. (LDF) the approving officials are Ne- during racial rioting last sum 1

Only five years ago, tbervllle painfully but in strides With attorneys told the high court in their brief against the Deed mer. PsychologistIs

was a segregated parish where needed SEDFRE training and, of Commissioners of Jackson, Tenn, that school segregation Archie Moore Current brought out In relation Chicago

the strings of political power assistance, Negroes.were able Is still rampant across the South: to this proposal that Tampa Is Fearful :

were tightly held by members to take over the levers of pow "During the 1966-67 school stantial excess capacity at the not one of the cities presently

ERIC 0, SIMPSON of the white community in the ,er, gaining little by little a year a full 12 years after two all-white Junior highs." Says Reds May candidate for multiple 01

his white opponent. Cagle was" county seat of Plaquemlne. stronger voice in the govern Brown ( 1954 Supreme Court LDF attorneys in the case branches. Blacklashing

I one of .the three men the There were few Negroes regis ment. Sewage pipes, access to school Integration ruling),more Include Director-Counsel Jack Encovrsge WI'WASffiNCTONArchl. Although Andrews refuses to CHICAGO Dr. Kenneth B. I

Florida 'limes-Union endorsed. tered to vote Virtually none schools, street lights and other than 90 per cent of the almost Greenberg, Associate Counsel give the names of his collea Clark, a prominent New York

Charles Simmons la the race represented in any office. needs have been met. Where three million Negropuplls In the James M. Nabrlt, in, and goes, Delano Stewart, a Negro Negro psychologist architect of

Today a town councilman,, highly discriminatory hiring all southern states still attended Assistant Counsel Michael Moore attorney, indentlfled himself that city's largest and most controversial
a member of the school board techniques previously made schools which! were over 95per Henry of the LDF's New York former boxing champion, feels a sympathizer and more than anti-poverty pro

and the poverty program dir white personnel the general cent Negro, the LDF asserted.The office; also, cooperating attorneys that the Reds are engineering likely would Join the new branch. gram warned a group ot Negro -
ector are among the many Negroes role large pjants and com- LDF utilized services of Avon Williams andZ. plans for an ill-out racial war Stewart feels the present branchIs office holders that they may" 1"

actively participating in .p&I'Je.1n the parish have begun a panel of national educational Alexander Looby of Nashville In America most ineffectual and Is being .be the targets of future riots if-,

county government decision to .add.more and more Negro experts In evaluating school and J. Emmett Ballard Moore testified before the run for the personal pleisurejif they are slow in providing construcUve -*;

making. Ibervllle holds the distinction employees to their payrolls. segregation 'ID Jackson,, a Jackson House Committee on Un- the president, (Gilder) along programs for Negro

as well, of being the Registering to ute for the Negro medium sited city In mid- American Activities and said 'with thl!town's power structure. ,ghettos. I

only parish la Louisiana with a chine is becoming less a western Tennessee. Dade Couple Tests the dwellers In the ghettoes do According to attorney,these Speaking before national con*, I
representative on the and trial. not need such advice who art
Negro danger a Jackson's policies follow "a are the very people ference of elected Negro officials -
selective service board.This Is President Asa Spauldlng of and has
Gaining of additional political course which perpetuates doing harm to the Negro psychologist told the. '
all the Impressive view Ban On MiiedMarriages the North Carolina Mutual Insurance
more much influence.
too
leverage as Iberville Parish residents segregation for the overwhelming group that the ghetto Negroof' :
rot the fact that the town of PU- has Negroes with- majority of Negro students Company did not believe hostile*
, ) given that Russia Is Offer today is cynical, bitter
Experts
quemine in Ibervllle Parish. in the town of Plaquemlne encouragement while paying lip service to the respon- and frustrated at the lack of progress >

was the scene of severe brutality ..... ..
CHARLES SIMMONS to pursue the resolution obligation to desegregate/ MIAMl-A -- -- In Jobs housing, school}

for Clvll'Servtce Board, Grot? marchers and beatings as recently of civil as rights 1963. of yet another struggle. LDF maintained. couple challenged young interracial Florida's New Advice OB and other problems ef the.".
2 Although physically enclosed The case provides "an slums.
also led the pack with
2tl99 brilliant legal ban on marriage between!
"Iberville Parish Is a
boundaries of Pla especially: appropriate vehicle Racial StrifeBlack "Elected officials
votes to Rowland's lZllhote.. within the is Negro are
whites and earlier t.
Negroes
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example of what we are trying
the enclaves of to consider the general pro- and In fact middle
Simmons andSimpsoa quemlne Negro seen as, are ,
are running
to achieve la our efforts to'pol- week by filing a suit after ther is a secondary
Annex blem of evasion of the obligation power "
for two seoarate seatsOSCAR Dupont and SeymourviUe class, Dr. Clark said. Unless
lltkally awaken' regressive are not legally considered part to desegregate," the Supreme application could be used only part of racial prejudice, Is the can produce positive resultson
nit I.. if they signed an affidavit that eminent you
e CIJI m explained Court was told. conclusion of an group
of the city and Plaquemlne problems that affect the mas
Solver Gordon,representing they were of the same race of historians Jurists anthro-
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people are effectively Ignored LDF attorneys cited the following see, you may become the'..ped.flc' .
Scholarship, Education and Defense points to document a Michael DiMaggio, 23, and polglsts and geneticists, who "
of riots he added
tcgvaresidentswlthodvoiceIn targets ,
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u r t ta Fund for Racial Equality the city p.tnmentolacces. "systematic evasion of the constitutional Nedla Cota, 21, said they filed met in Paris, France,last weekto "Lines communication must

be, (SEDFRE), headquartered obligation to desegregate" an application for a marriage review their theories as to
to services provided by city be kept aodNeeroofl1dalamust
license at the Dade open
la New York. Gordon, who directs County racial violence.
funds. The Issue has long been on the part of the try to learn as much as
Courthouse October 16 and
the national organisation'sleadership were The meeting was authorized
: in court, but those who oppose Jackson school officials: 1 possible from Negro nationalists
training activities advised it would be Invalid unless by UNESCO. The statement issued
the incorporation of Seymourvllle Maintained a completely ," he said. He urged the
Mississippiand they singed confirming said that attitudes of
Florida
power
Gerogla, finding compulsory segregated school
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r Louisiana, has Ilea the results difficult to system after the Supreme membership of the same race.Miss groups stem from a search for
It Increasingly conference to discipline the
of SEDFRE's leadership Court's Cota, a native of Pan- an Identity which prior racist
1954 ruling until sued '
block Negrodemandswhlcharebeing constructive emotional tad
training programs since their In 1963. aman, was said to been met by theory and racialist practices. ,
made more knowledgeably ot
practical potentials the Black
initiation la 1964.The programs DiMaggio, during a tour of denied them" #
were begun to meet a pressingneed and articulately than In the past schools Built three new Junior" high duty in Panama with the Army. ,--_ _._-- --- -n. 'ne.- forms of .racist Power movement.
not after 1954, !n centers
Ibervllle Parish is an The psychologist also said that
DiMaggio said she came to Vol
for community leaders Ideology, resulting from Ms
accelerated of racially segregated residential ARCHIE MOORE
Isolated example the few
political ot
appointments
trained to cope effectively with concentrations." to marry aim. Both parties now prior exploitation, have no I
local problems and political\ political growth to Louisiana. Established school tones In live In Fort Lauderdale. elite for the fomenting of the Justification in blok>0," the Negroes and the bet that more
realities. Similar advances have been 1965 The couple charged the law Is, recent outbreaks In America. report! continued. Industries and colleges are
made la the adjoining, even "in such a way as to in violation he stressed that information looking for "one or two quail-:
It was in 1962, Mr.Cordon said, west follow the patterns of racial of the U.s. Constitution However The meeting was supervised
of
that civil rights workers more ruralparish residential segregation to the and pointed out In their had reached him that Keby J' Baye of the supreme Bed Negroes" are viewed with

TAYLOR brought to the area an urgent Fellclana on the Mississippi minutes maximum extent possible suit that the UjB.Supreme Court the opportunity never missed court of Senegal. Strong em- ,contempt and scorned as tokenIsm -
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and only thirty
border
CIa the Civil Service Board. can for voter registration, and drive from McComb, Mississippi. Encouraged students to struck down a similar Virginia for propagandizing basis was placed ea the economic bJ the Negro masses
to register by JfOWIarJllllibtr.oIt1eNeeropopa1at1oo law earlier this year. Clarence Mitchell of the l.DcI'soc1aJ Utfk of "There are some clues which'
The election of both men would sttempts Though! the Negro population transfer to school tones la < {We, *
place two Negroes on the outnumbers the white threeto which they would be a racial. The suit had attached to it a NAACP definitely answered the race.,, suggest that the recent gttetto

composed of were met with powerful often then act one Negro majority, letter to Florida Atty. General "No" when asked If he thought This will Involve political decision implosions were not oaiy antl-,
was
mem
seven one,
tired violent, blocks by powersdeter- registered to vote la the county Undertook to build aa additional Earl Falrcloth to an Escambla that the Russians have the also said the group. Important white, but also Uvetved vtw,

Olear Taylor got 1,316 votes mined to keep the government nUl 1964. There 1,000 NeCONTWtjrOONPACEM portion on the overcrowded County Judge who bad ukld him Interest of the Negro at heartor will be mass media stirring of anti-Negro' nhMte
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to edged out his Negroopponent controls In white bands. Negro Junior high if he should Issue a license for that rioting would help the and legal systems. These n. class sentiment anoegUMrloU*,

[.roes!- Newman and therefore Twelve Negroes ran for office "while there was still sub a racially mixed marriage Negro. pert cam*.froa It countries. er.r .. *

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Daylight Grocery's Company Banquet of last month was one right, are George Davis, Samuel Cam, Mrs. Dorothy businesses, chose this way of saying thanks to It many employees Mr and Mrs. Al Honkson, Robert Francis, Gene Wilcox,
i ',01 the big civic and social events of the season. Awards were Cowart, L.R. Christman, Mrs. Ava Maker and Harrison I
for Jobs well done. The broad smiles represent the George Davis and Edgar Wright.
for 20 of service.'ls the above left to
given years picture, Nash STAR PHOTO
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Daylight philosophy of service_with a smile. Recipients above STAR PHOTO By A Paul Crawford.
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Re001 Interest of human well being, but also for the aggressiveness with which she has estab-
t L J iC LATE swing-top trash can lished and supervised numerous enterprises throughout the city Miss White, always busyat I
: keeping things on even keel, took time out from a busy schedule to accept the encomiums -
for which she Is so deserving. Ulysees Baety, master of ceremonies, stands behind
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I Linda Andre ingri sam, from Nassau' N.P.,-Bahamas, in English, Miss Junior,
i IT'S SO DURABLE YOU WON'T REPAINT FOR YEARS Save 21 Wards s was crowned Miss Homecoming at recently ceremonies at havelng been elevated to that
Bethune-Cookman College. Such an honor has never been bestowed position recently.
enamelSave upon a foreign student. This new sovereign Is a psychology Her mother Mrs. Hattie M.
1k Beautify your home and, at the tame time, protect It spray-on major. Accompanied by the royal court recently, her Littles, is a resident of Miami.
from the elements! On coat is tough and blutcrproofrtntts :majesty charmed thousands in the huge pre-football game pa-
moisture, stain, alkali damage White stays 4 time, money, mini) h rade. Miss Ingraham completed earlier schooling in the St.
bright,colors remain fresh for yanl Do the Job right- OAL10N Press a button, fade anclsproy reslstant ono 6 6 Annes High School There she was a member of the Debating anAlGM'Imucn 1OU.1OI1""S".si now
C use Words quality house paint You'll save tool tough Society, the choir and the dramatics club. At B-CC the queenIs )HCUIT Ml IIITUM CO.rttWMT IT..
money naml finish.Use H Indoorsor ,
6.99 a member d the Canterbury Club and of the International
REG. out. 16-ouncecan. AEG.Ucv Relations organization. She is also, a sudent secretary in the :
...,.\J' -.'... office of Alumni Affairs. Hobbles are painting reading, listening IF YOU
r Steel lawn rake ( to quiet music, tennis helping needy chllren. By popular
at special prkeS8t.I. : 1 vote Miss lag sham was chosen queen. r I CAN FIND
( ;WA91yS Martin Cross,Poto Courtesy of B-CC. 1

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In3 up $2 5 Cookman. The young lady is BethuneCookman, was elected
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pack IdRl I 1250 square'Mt., pedants Is Ideal majoring in bosinesseducatlon. Miss Senior and participated
:> Kraft pop r facing. 3-fcv I In any stttlng. Brans cost
.:i iIS' 15-n. x 56- t. roll. .Ut Umit 5 bags leaf Krells. 12' high. .!.. 2f.f S She Tollrge will festrltles play her this part weebod..After In the. la the. Miss Homecoming Calvin will Certmonies. be.
I.' S at N graduation from the Jones a member of the Queen's Courtat cntJ\ge
High School of Orlando, Miss the 'Gator Bowl game. Miss
Philips Hiway Plaza 5121 Normandy Blvd. Gateway m Sophomorematriculated at Calvin Is a
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I Guest At Chet Chat's Civic Annual TeaThe Chit Chat Tea

JI1iIIMAKING :

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To Prince Hall
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The Chit Chat Club had a most
successful Fall Tea regaptly at LIFE MISERABLE
Prince Hall. Many &tided,
v.. mt M'jwful '... .. Ib. woe'' .IM
Special guests were members .
Mrmtnl *f skin m tt CTMs
d the Semi Civic ClulTPartl- tttnitt .f ltcM''( .. ..rt..*
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clpants on the program were* lUCCIIf OINTMENT It
r Mrs. Alma H. Henry, Mt. Ar thi. rrsven way ...1110.... .at $151.
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a I 1 Elizabeth McHair Mrs. Kat, ,
I 'fit mr IS. I5.5in*. 5.5 In/wes $' t r.
Strlckler Mrs. Althea Parker h ff.m IcNlue mlwritt, 'Nlehini
fill I I.O.r full Oea.rs Ss.w
Mrs. Battle Washington and cm itfiiurt *t otNtt
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The club's colors are Orchid Ill PALMI*'
Chit Chat Club held their fall tea at the Prince Hall Building. Guest and members Washington. In the other picture are, from the 1 left, members of the Semi-Civic Club, name- and Pink. The serving club was "..IUh'..ikt. ,..., lift:.'..OINTMENT..ltl. <..>MIA n.
I d the Semi-Civic Social and Savings Club. The Lilac Ladles Social and Savings Club was ly; Mrs. Annette McDonald, Mrs Evelyn Cates, Mrs. Alice Williams, Mrs. Leola Burns, the Lilac Ladles Social and
the serving group. In the picture at the left are Chit Chat members Mmes. Encoh Wilder Mrs. Willie Mae Oliver, Mrs Viola Haynes Mrs. Ola Bell Cox and Mrs Lola Roman. Saving Club.
Mattle Brown, Alma Henry Dorothy Gilmore, Thelma Toney, Rosa Sturgess and Hattie PHOTO" By Bob Smith I

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H John Coals, Jr., 1015 Walnut James Steavens Lowery, 1203
r St, 41 and Elisabeth Jones, 352 Grothe St., 68 and Thelma Un-
Tt Phelps St., 36. derwood 1203 Grothe St., 51. ogiJF.

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1 s Ave.. 18 and Constance 812 W. Jefferson St., 50 and
Gail Reeks, 4M7 Moncrlef Rd., Theresa McCloud 812 W. Jefferson enjoyed in

s 16, St., 38.
110 countries!
i b Leonard Dawson, 1850 W. 27th Geo. Alphonso Collier 2102
St, 21 and Sherolde YvonneR1chard.'iOll. Myrtle Ave., 31 and Margaret

21. 2067 Brooklyn Rd., Jones, 1109 Pippin St., 18. 05 dOO,21 i

9 t.t t. David Lee Ponder,1504 Louis- pt. TPf. I
St. 23 and Frances Campbell -
Rudolph Lavern Bryant, 2811 ana ,
Eaverson St., 19 and June Eve 1502 Loulsana St., 19. (I
a lyn Franklin, 5922 Iris Blvd.,
Joe Nathan Blocker 1478 W. I:
I'r IV. swan xx505r.r 95
21st St., 22 and Lana Priscilla rxnr \ 7. 645

Henry Holston, 2343 Kenwood Moore, 5645 Mahalla Dr., 18. 01. / ,.

A' Ave., 42 and Irma Lee Newton, Leroy Eugene S m 11 h, 5220
t 2369 W. Edgewood Ave., 30. Cleveland Rd., 19 and Joyce La-

Verne Young, 1598 W. 25th St, .. ..
Leroy Levy, 1013 W. 7th St., 17 ;; ? t't.
M MOW HMIGM KINIUCn KWHH KHISM( )I IN: .MAINS IIJllUlM' CO, UUlSNlU. C!.
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enthusiastic election of officers. The success of the meeting Eartha White Gala -
can be attested by the smiles on the faces of the many In the
picture. From the left they are Mmes. Patsy Johnson, Maude To Be November 10 mmTlMond.yThtJrsdaYn':3O', : h Tue.a.y .ndn"9 '
Milner.) Allean McCoy. Willie Mae Forest. Edna Surrency, ',90 I () 6
Mr. J.A. Reeves, Mr. Clyde Johnson, Mrs. Annie M. Wilson, the Plans Eartha are being White Nursing completed Home for : : tjr?'': p.m. Wedhe dar =',.JJ '"'7a1" p.m;
Mr. Charlie Barter, Mrs. Carrie Tillman Mr. Lewis White, ,
benefit to be held in exhibit
Mrs Leila White, Mrs. Tommie McElmurray, Mr. Horace
hall of the Civic Auditoriumon
Anderson Mr. Wiley Tlllmaa and Mrs. WUheralna Baldwin. the evening of November *Atnllnhlf in tirnanilina,
The members also congratulated Mr. White on his birthday. Arlington and Ihnmliwn
STAR PHOTO By. A. Paul Crawford. 10.Miss Eartha M.M. White,
founder of the home and general '
I director will preside over the Sears

The Game Is BridgeThe been festivities.outlined.A gala All program funds raised has

will go to further the program _, w I

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Friendly Host and Hostess
Club will celebrate their third
anniversary on November 12, Portable TV.
at 724 West Duval, at 8 p.m. -
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Modernettes Bridge Club is here enjoying the intricacies Has Anniversary Chorus $68* i I

d bridges. They doubtless forward ,
are looking to The Friendly Westside Union 1"
local and national laurels since the national tourney always Male Chorus win observe Its i!
draws hundreds of players. Members here, seated from the i'li
first anniversary Monday, '
left, are Barbara White, Sue Baety, Marsha Dean, Sylvia November 6, in the auditorium i-* ''L/ '
Norton and C. Yvonne Wilkerson. Standing from the left, of the Royal Tabernacle Baptist L I / ,'
are Patricia Kill, Eunice Cross, Maude C. Scott, Cayle Church, 1320 West 21st. NO MONEY DOWN-MONTHLY 'j.: '
I GlUls, AlkanIa Argrett Mrs. Lydia Sweet, advisor, and William H. Cherry, Jr. will 1
Agatha Hester guest. Miss Ar-ett is president. be in charge Rev Lee Mc6ueen PAYMENTS 'TIL FEBRUARY ,
STAR.PHOTO BY A. Paul Crawford. is host pastor. 1
Lightweight for easy carrying place to place. Tinted safety'
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the achievements of the young people; an asset, not too small to be overlooked.For i4"
the company believes these same young people d today win become our respected r
leaders of tomorrow.
Respect was paid to these extraordinary beauties through an area manager Mr. J. Theodore t1f ]
Lawrence d Pilgrim Life, by presenting Miss Edward Waters and court with a trophy ... 1i
ft achievement.
Miss EWC is 21-years-old Irma E. Pierce of Jacksonville. She is a graduate d Northwestern -
Junior and Senior High School, a potential June Graduate of EWC and a Social i I
Science major. Miss Pierce plans to continue her education by enrolling at Atlanta U., 1164Sflverione It, I721M-5 S7212-U
NYU (Social Science Department), or FSU Law School. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. JamesA. .
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Masons Called Gateway Civic Beauty Shop Vividly colored ;with the teen :'Fashionable ivory color cabinet Break mutant cabinet comes Transistor ehassll has (there 6-translstor chassis S-lach
For Special Meet .n mind. Tilt-down changer with vita silver and gold color trim. In I colors. 6-lncfi., speaker mlstor built In. 44nch., speakspeaker.. Tangerine and vblte
Foretells TeaTba Owners. Meet 9 9-lnch.torntabl Luminous Up clock hands. Solid state plays Instantly. and in
The' committe for the Most big er plastic case I colors, cabinet. Buy Mow and SAYXI
Worshipful Grand's master's Gateway Civic andSavlngs Beauty shop owners are asked
annual visit Is asked to meet Club will sponsor a get-' to meet at US West Church D01'TUU'IlU.ICTO\; rrn\MIN\: (;C.RJKMOVE: ; :
along with most worshipful acquainted tea November 19, at Sunday October 29, at S p.ra., SHOP AT.SEARS AND SAVE I Sears I 2IXUmllI) *, Mrrrl.1V..HHI V7 Arlmtrt Rd l.72V3I71 ,\ll-nllr.nd Fifth SI'RINCS
lusters. Walter R. Lowder is. the Consolidated Health Clinic, for business of Importance.Mrs. ; Gu..nted. : ; I ; ... 214111: 281.1:10:
chairman and H. Simmons Dlstrict 5871 Flicker Mrs. Clan Viola Johnson; can be I Satisfaction or ,him 4,5sw.'T.I9:10p.$ : .. IIprn93U.w.'IdN:3llpw.: :: Op...It...... 'Id ::1lp.w. 21.IIw.elul.e.eJt :
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I pY Celebrations, Anniversaries, Teas, Highlight Jaxons' Church Weekend



I Re,. William Addresses.u, Meetiig Memorial AME Second Baptist Celebrating One Hundred Seventeenth Anniversary East Florida Baptist

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special feature, by the ,N I '
Rev A.J. Warren, pastor of The East Florida and Bethany Association, In a precedent]
Varick Memorial AME Zion chartering election, moved from office leaders whose tenure I
Church, 1326 West 8th SL, Is \ ." ,.... .. was virtually unquestionable and put new leaders in.

I a reminiscence on the growthof The Rev B.H. Hartley was Belle Glade, chairman of staid
I the great Zion Connection. voted Into the presidency, as education Rev L. H. K h glClewlston
One article will follow This moderator. He succeeds the chief shephard cl)
r Is enUtled "The Varick Meet Rev W.M. Hill Dr. Hill was the "Shepherd Boys State Department
l ing". made moderator emeritus.Rev. ." Mrs. H.B. Miller]
aswet: .Llo The work of development went Hartley's cabinet members will president of the senior women's!
forward rapidly under\ the be Rev. CBDaileyVice-mod- convention.And .
supervision of the Rev James I erator. Rev G.T. McCall, second G.W. Scott, president Varick, first bishop of our con- i vice-president and Rev E. the Sunday School department,!
nection. He was one of nine R. Simpson third moderator state: Dr. R. WPuryear ,I
office) members who formedthe t u Rev Hartley Is pastor of the Florida Memorial College,Rev I
AME Zion church in New friendly Missionary Baptist H. Avery of Southern National!
York City In 1796. He was the Church. convention; Rev B. L. Wynn
leading to a successful Inline >w W.G. Patterson was returned Rev A.C. Weaver.,
to the office of recording secretary The 19G8 session will be at Mt I
The Rev Theodore Lee Ararat Baptist, Rev D. J.Gra-l
r was elected to his first term urn pastor. The extra-day ses-1
as assistant recording secre- sloe will be at the First Baptist I
1 try The Rev WC Mitchell Church; Jacksonville Beach,I
Women's Day wascelebrated recntly at t Greater Nev Hope-A ME Is corresponding secretary where the Rer. H. H. Wright it
Church. Outstanding speakers and guests made the day a success Rev N.B. Williams was returned pastor. This meeting will take |
The Rev. B.J.Williams Is shown aboveas he spoke at the to the office of statistical place in January.

Allen Christian Endeavor's porUon of the celebration, In the Second Baptist Church, 954 Kings Road, Is celebrating\ one hundred anniversaryof secretary.
afternoon. The two lower pictures art Indicative of the spirit its founding. It isalsocelebratlngtheninth anniversary of the pastor Rev James Carl Sams. Others reelected are: Rev C. Mt. Ararat's
of the church. The young ladies h rapt attention as the Rev Williams / The church is one of the great "arks of Christendom" in Jacksonville The Rev Sams, the 1., Culver, treasurer; Rev T.
speaks are. from the right: Selina Bean, Linda Phelps new president of the Progressive Baptist Convention of America at the helm. J. Daniels, district missionary; Choir looks
president of the ACE; Mary Phelps, Leslie Paul and Ernest Churches and ministers, officials, choirs, young people, citizens,will help mare this celebration Rev A.J. Hughes chairman of
Ward. a success. Among those slated topartlclpateare: Rev. R.A. King, Payne Chapel AME, Rev missions; Rev. George A.Price
FLORIDA STAR PHOTOS BY Paul education and the Rev.W.C.NealDrst Back 28
: Crawford rant system We have onlyto Years
read between the lines of A, J. Hughes, St. John Baptist, Rev. C.Cunningham, Central CME They will appear on November terming as auditor. ,
6 for the fellowship meeting, scheduled for 7:45 p.m.
this meager history to realize On Tuesday night the Rev. B.J. Wynn of Abyssinia will participate. Others will be the Rev. W. The auxiliary election reflected -
III Matrons 01 Emanuel Baptist of Afro- also Mrs Mt. Ararat Baptist Churc'b"Choir
that the idea a great some changes
Antloch Rev W. C. Mitchell Little Rock
M. :Hill, Mt. Calvary Baptist, Rev. JJ.;. Jones, Baptist, Nol
American Church was con Roberta A, Hall Is the new celebrated recent
Baptist and the Rev H.H. Wright, Evergreen Baptist
ceived in the mind of James counselor of the junior women's ly 48 years of musical history
is of the Emanuel Baptist
will He the
On November 8 the Rev. S.L. Badger speak. pastor
with likewise
Varick. Church .Others will be the Rev W.J... Jones, First Corinth, Rev Rudolph McKlsslck, Bethel department.- Others are Mrs. a hlstory-mak-
I I The main purpose for estab- Janie Sutherland,corresponding ing program.
Baptist!, and the Mt/ Sinai Baptist Church
lishment, other than religious, secretary and editorial sec- The opening number,following
I On Thursday evening visiting ministers will be: Rev G.A. Price, St. Matthews Rev. Lewis
to the colored peoplea Ronald Coffee was seat- the processional, was "Jesus
was give retary.
Moriah Rev. A.B. Coleman Shiloh Metropolitan Baptist Church.
e field for development. In a green Mt. will, be B.H. Friendly Baptist Church, Rev ed as president of the children's Keep Me Near the Cross."Rev
Friday evening guests ministers : Rev Hartley,
j .v r rr meeting held by Abraham W$. Veal, St. Thomas Baptist, Rev. D. J. Graham, Mt. Ararat Baptist, Rev J. M. Bryant, St. department, and Miss Frances Frederick Ownes led the scrip
Thompson, James Varick, John MarY's Baptist and Rev. Laidon Williams Bethany Baptist Mrs Alberta Williams is reporter. Lowery was elected president ture and prayer. Mrs Lucille
? Dungy, and George Collins, at of the youth group. Jones welcomed guests. The
9 9b the home of James Varlck, the I Others are Mrs Carolyn Bur- Serving Choir sand"Emanuel."

following was decided, after "A mo2liiGrjcd-How Sweet The Sound" ney, president of the junior wo- The Rev. D,J. Graham Introduced
due consideration, (to use their men's convention' Mrs. Jane lie the speaker,the Rev.S.L.
own language), by this congregation Y Wilson, vice-president; Mrs. Badger A memorial song was
which was led by that Orenta B. Price, recording presented for Mrs. Angle Anderson
I aforesaid committee secretary; Mrs, Catherine Littler and Mrs. Marion Hail-
"We decline receiving any fur 1 financial secretary. stock.
J ther services from them ( the, e+, t9e Also: Mrs. Irma Odom, trea- Others on the program were
b Methodist Church) as respects r t "d G, f surer, Mrs Dorothy Burroughs Deacons Baker,Bryant Milliner
1 1'I our church government" den n of workshops, and Chatman, as well as Mrs.
They then informed the ruling Mrs. Victoria Terrel, pianist. Mildred Thomas, choir president -
Elders in the city of New Mrs Mary K. Heard was re- Mrs. Eunice Know,Mrs
York of this decision and the elected president of the ushers Ruth Clark, and Mrs Elizabeth
r resolutions accompanying it Mrs. Mable Dunbar' remains as Wilson.
'.- '-.' ------v"'I this day, Friday, July 21, 1820 vice-president, Mack Walker is This choir was organised inOctober

I Matrons of Emanuel Baptist participated a Corona was the beginning of complete second vice-president. Mrs ,of 1919.with Mrs Clara
Joa contest recently. One of the group, Barbara ,:Jaft/'.' severance from the Methodist { Eleanor 7 Juksadls.recordingsecretary : Milton as president.'Other presidents
was a contestant. From left, they are: Mrs. Ella Norton, Episcopal Church,which form- ; Mrs Agnes Jackson, were: Mrs. Annie Harrison
Mrs Willie P, Coleman, Mrs. Eula Thornton, Mrs Eliza ed itself Into independent group P\' assistant; Mrs. Viola Johnson, Mrs.Willie Tenner.Urs.
beth Thompson, president, Mrs. Mary Allen and Mrs. Mamie After this change they were V financial secretary; Mrs. Jan- myrtle Curry, Mrs. Beulah
determined to have their preachers financial Richardson, Mrs. Viola Johnson
Coleman. STAR PHOTO By A. Paul Crawford. nle Garden, assistant
whom they had elected secretary; Mrs. Leanna Johnson Mrs. Aarah Anderson.
elders long before, ordained. vr1 secretary of benevolence; Members of the Choir are
Bethlehem Baptist ChurchSunday Bishop Rush tells the dramatic -- -- .Mrs. Annie L. Cherry, corres- Mmes. Reatha Zeigler Susie
story of the long series of Glorious strains of music .tilled the air at the Little Rock Baptist Church, 1418 Van Buren ponding secretary and M r s. Dawson, Joyabell Frederick,
School begins at 9:30: a.m. Superintendent Sawyer will petitions and conference with when Charts 1 and 4 and the Male and Fennle: : Choruses presented a most tunefulprograra.Their Murdell Bailey, miscellaneous Ruby Clark Alice Hudson.Rosa
be in charge. The morning services bogin at 11 a,m. and evening the Methodist Church leadersfor theme for the program was theold and revered song "Amazing Grace, How Sweet The Sound." secretary Swain, Mary Pork, Willie D.
service at 6 p.m. BTU convenes at 5 p.m. The Matrons of ordination and finally he. FLORIDA STAR P1IOTO BY A. Paul Crawford Johnny P. Jones is treasurer Davis, Martha Robersor., Rosa
Bethlehem will sponsor Deacon Hollls Brunson and Mrs. slates Mrs. Madeline Judge, religious Polite, Willie M. Lavenhorne,
Gllberta Jackson in a recital Host and Hostesses Clubs will The committee thus authorized leader, Rudolph Johnson, re- Mary Paulk, Lorraine Perry,
serve Re/ A. Anderson, pastor; Mrs. Vivian Wilson, reporter promptly went forward, and Chior Union Lists Allen Chapel Branch SchoolPTA's porter.. Irene Murry and Sam Collins,
Church address: Fifth and Madison shortly obtained the consent of In the Brotherhood Unions results Also: Mmes Eloulse Miller,
Doctors James Covel, Sylvester Women CelebrateWomen's ) were as follows: GeorgeW. Rena Harvey Annie Harrison,
Hutchinson, and William M. Eleventh AnniversaryThe BanquetWas Walker president and incumbent Marie Wise, Lillie Graham,
KOZY KORNER STORES9th Stllwell, all regularly ordained Day will be cele- and John W. Francis Ethel Mayo, Rosa Singleton,Ellen
elders of the Methodist Epis- brated at Allen Chapel: AME Successful re-elected to the( vice-pre McGrlff, Alma Gordon Mar
copal Church, and members of sidency. Others returned to offices ie Barnswell, Annie Mae Henry,
Church all Sunday. Mrs
Friendly Westslde Cbcdrs'Union day
& Myrtle .26th & Moncrief testimonial banquet
the Methodist Church lately established The sponsored
Emma Mae
Isaac Jones Johnson Annie
will present the eleventh Malvenla Wright of the Mt. the Branch were: secretary ,
in this The Long
city ( by
Vernon Church will be ; Otis Merrit assistant Stephens! Sara Atkins Betty
annual musical Baptist
ext mania Sun- School PTA was
State & Broad-34th& Moncrief Protestant Methodist Church), Elementary
recording secretary and AJB. Collins, Leila M,Jenkins,Clara
day, October 29, at Royal Tabernacle the principal morning speaker. the ;
and by
on Monday night, June 11?, 1822, successful enjoyed
Harris Ola Mae Bell Ethel.
Baptist Church 1320 Mrs. Wright will be introducedby Henry corresponding secretary ,
The
Bromo Quinnine Cold Tab. H5 67 they meeting attended in Zion the Church appointed and West 21st Street. The Rev. Lee Mrs. Nettie J. Flagg of many Mrs.who Helen came.M.Bruce.speakerwas Presentations as well as Isaiah Field West and Otis Sullivan Mrs1.
McQueen Is St, Thomas treasure Earths Harper Is organist.
Baptist.
Catherine
pastor. Mrs.
made Mrs
.4Way Cold Tablets after an appropriate solemn were by The Rev J.C. Sams Guests choirs from Mt.
:W 72 sermon delivered by Dr.Covel, Sykes and Jose Long are Other parlicipantswillbeMrs. Margary Latimore. Mrs. M.L.. presided came
during the"Moderator's Hour." Calvary Baptist lolL Ararat'sUsher
Bernadia Williams Mrs ,
directors. Mrs. Ruby Stewart is to the
they ordained Abraham Thompson Polite dedicated a song
Mam Cream Deod. W 48 James Varlck, and Leven president. The title will be Mamie Glover, Mrs. Elizabeth retired teachers. He also presided over the election. Board No. 2 was a guest.
"Sing, Choirs of Choirs,Sing." Washington of True Vine Holl- made Miss .Other state leaders pre Ther serving Usher Board came
Minis Smith, elders in the Church of Remarks were by
Rub 76
:W God, in the presence of a large ness; Mrs. Rebecca Y. Thompson Sylvia A. Uungen, Miss Polly sent were: Rev J.B. Adams, from Mt. Ararat,
and respectable audience. of St. James AME, Mrs D. Brooks, Mrs.Adrlanna Wes 'r i
Ellen Williams! West Friend- and Mrs.
son, president
ship Baptist, Miss Jane Ash Johnnie M. Simpson. William

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.irohnnettaWelberg
1 1I M. Shiggs, Mrs. Long Branch School made re-
Mrs. Ann Paschal and
marks. The Rev J.C. Rogers,
others.A pastor of Macedonia Baptist,
youth program will be spon- read the scriptures. The Rev $25.00 For Your Church
i sored In the afternoon by Mrs. R.A. King of Greater Payne
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t Wei Willie M. Shiggs. A musical AME led the prayer. Mrs.Rosa Cut out the coupon below and
program will be given at 6.30: L. Boykins sang. The occasionwas

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Brown. Mrs Helen Bruce, ,

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Missionary services will be conducted throughout the day,
beginning with the Sunday School at 9:30. D. Jones will be wTOPHOHEc38Wlll
superintendent! and will be assisted by teachers.The morn-
ing worship begins at 11 a.m. W.O. Jones will be at the con s.H to any 15OTS sole. Participating In the service will be Mmes.. Johnson rents :
A. Reed M. Murray R. Cbeesborough, C. Jones, L. Byrd Write .
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Beverly Jean McNair, Mrs. W.J. Sante, Mrs. Jessie Seymore name and address. Write u often as you like and l1steQ.for
David Scott Lewis Champion, Mrs H. Lawrence and Miss four InI'nr ooWRHCI400onyOUl fOUl total communih
Claudette Burk. The Rev F. W. Jones, Sr., will give remarks //itadon.
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CHURCliUNEWS Men's Day At Dayspring Baptist Church Will Be Celetirate Sunday I




West ftlniMf leftist CelebratesWest CoBRiRtty Prayer Pastor Of Skllob Baptist


PENTECOSTAL CHURCH OF COD IN CHRIST JESUS _
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The revival begins Monday and will close out on November Will Be Of Leaders.

11 Speakers will be Elder Williams and Minister Taylor. Elder l.Men'a
Hughes will also preach. All are Invited. Bishop Gates U City To FeteThe : ?
will be celebrated at Dayspring Baptist Church
Day
parlor The church Is located at 1663 West 26th Street.
on Sunday, October I'. The Rev E.C. Tlllman, pastor of
GREATER MACEDONIA BAPTIST Winning Souls For Christ Shiloh Baptist Church, Brunswick, CA., will speak In the
Prayer Band will meet Sunday service. At 7 Attorney Earl M. Johnson will
Sunday School will be at the 'usual time. The Mission Union morning pjn.,
will meet on October 26at8p.m.The Rev. J.C. Rogers, officersand October 29, at 825 Broad Street. be the guest speaker. I
Elder James A.Shank will be the
members will be hosts. The Refreshment committee asks Throughout the day male served by the Northern Districts -
that all members bring baskets 'for the dinner which will be principal Prayer speaker.Band The will Fellowship also be ,choruses, male singers, and Districts are 4,10, 11, .
,served at I p.m. male choirs, will paetfclpate. 26, and Deacon Boards, Willing: I
At. 3 musical
Friendship Baptist Church celebrated Its 64th anniversary recently. Large crowds wer; present. p.m. a Macao Lodge No. $ and Prided Workers and Choir 4, and!BTU.
Saturday
will be
MT, TABOR BAPTIST on hand to celebrate that anniversary fourteenth of the pastor, the Rev. Richard L. Wilson program given on Maceo Temple 186, IBPOE All captains for the day are
at I All In-
Sunday School will be at 9.30 a.m. Deacon Jason Barr will Sr. The church was organized 1904.The late Rev. Newman was the first leader, remain. night p.m. are will be special guests. asked to report to the finance
Luc M.Smlth
be In charge. The pastor will review the lesson topic. Con- lag at the helm for twelve years On November lZ, 1918, and until 1937, thepastor was the late U vited. Evangelist Association Day will be ob- committee.The .
,screaUon will take place at 10:45 a.ra. The morning worshipwill Rev. S.A. Thomas Others who served pastors were Rev B. F. Daughter, Rev. G.T. McCall,. advisor. Sunday School opens at
begin at lla.m. The Rev H.T. OVerstr pastor, and the Rev. W.H. Clark, Rec. FJ. Betts, Rev I.H. Green. The Rev Richard L, Wilson became pastor 9.30: with Superintendent Edward
associate minister Rev. George Cherry, will be In charge of on October U, 1953. The present pastor carried on to fruition plans laid by his predecessors. Varkk Memnrial AME Denthene In charge James
pulpit ceremonies. At 5:30 p.m., the BTU meets The evening Two mortgages were paid off, a parsonage acquired, many renovations made. Numerous members Kitchen will be In charge of
I worship begins at 7 p.m. Usher Board No. 1 will serve. A have been added to the church.A new church plant cost $75,000. Brand new office furnitureand music. Guests will be in charge
business meeting will be held at 8 p.m., Thursday night On equipment were placed in the church Zion Ladies CelebrateWomen's of classes. At 5.45pjn., the
Friday night ail choirs will hold a joint rehearsal. Church FLORIDA STAR PHOTO BY. A. Paul Crawford BTU, Lester McClendon and J.
,address: 1451 Mount Herman Street. Miss I.M. Flemming is Day will be eUervct at Varick Memorial AME' F. Patterson in charge, will
reporter., Zion Church Sunday beginning with the Sunday School at meet.mSM.S.
9.30: a.m., with the guest superintendent, Mrs Hortense ,
TABERNACLE BAPTIST CHURCH Grant Memorial AME Tea A Success Brewington, In charge. Guest teachers are Miss R. L. Tro-

,Sunday School Is at 9.30: a.m. Superintendent C.A. Lawrence --- -------- well, Mrs E. Atwater and Miss Beolta Jones Mrs. Elisabeth ILESSIRfiS
.will be ID charge. The morning service begins at U a.m. TheRe Crawford will give the prayer of consecration MissPatricia
,. W.E. Young pastor, will be In charge and deliver the r RaveneU guest secretary. The lesson review will I The 'man born with'the glt .'
message. All youth choirs and Usher Board No. 2 will serve. D be given by Mrs. Florita Smith. Rev. Roosevelt Franklin of Ma-

,The youth choirs will meet Tuesday afternoon at 5:30 for Morning worship begins at 11 Mrs. Dorothy Lewis, Rev.Inca, 'von, Georgia. It Is through God
rehearsal. is at 730. The services on that I can remove all evil conditions
Prayer meeting night 1 i. e o'clock with Choir No. 1 of Mrs. Doreatha Ross,Miss Betty
Sunday are from.7 to 8 some questions yon may
p.m. Antloch Baptist Church and Streeter, Mrs. Daisy Scurry,
Usher Board No. 1 of St. Matthew Mrs. Artsell Williams, Mrs. wish to know

NEW MT. OLIVE Baptist Church, eastside, Fannie Pollard and Mrs. Man- 00 YOU Niyn MONt:Y? '
Services start with the Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. DeaconR. Trio
leading the processional. Mrs. ,dell Sullivan, The Dell *
will In The win is 'MY SICKNESS NATUKAL?
Cambridge be charge. morning worship A.J. Warren will preside Mrs. Gladys Foster, Mrs. J.
begin at 11 a.m. The sermon will be delivered by the Rev. E. Bradford, Mrs. Frances CAN MY HUSBAND STOP
the The first
throughout day.
Battles of the Church. The DRINKING? ,,.*:
Tabernacle
,.- Royal Baptist evening Johnson Closing remarks and ;
hymn will be led by Mrs. ,
Worship will begin at 6:30 p.m. The pastor, the Rev. W.L. Mildred Jackson. Other participants benediction, Rev. A.J. Warren. CAN MY LOVE ONES Bfc RETURNED
Glanton, will deliver the closing sermon. The combined choirs Eartha ?
are i Mrs I ,
and usher boards will the Mrs. W.M.
serve throughout day.
.Davis will be at the piano. McGowan, Mrs Florita Smith, CommunityBand They call me the (Rootman)
Mrs. Vera Rogers, Mrs Mary
But I am only a servant of God
GRACE MISSIONARY BAPTIST Walker, Mrs Nadine Flagler, Because God is the answer to
Mrs Georglanna Ford, Mrs. MeetsThe
Sunday School opens at ':30 a.m. Morning worship begins JettleK. all life's problems I am the
Gertrude Hatcher
Rev.
.,at 11 a.m. At 3 p.m. the anniversary of the combined districts Pink- Peace Community Prayer King of all Day Prophets Send
Jackson Mrs. Alma
,
,of the church will take place. The Rev. C.C. Brown will speak Band will celebrate its first for my special selected Bible
Mrs. Alveta S. Allen Mrs
,
,Prayer meeting will be held Tuesday nights. Choir No. win ney Bessie, Douglas and Mrs. Lucinda anniversary Sunday, October verses. To be read onSPECIAL
,bold rehearsal on Wednesday nights. w + rc Bacon 29, from 3 to 6 p.m., In the DAYS.
4 r Trinity Baptist Church, Duval Send self-addressed, stanvi-:
Also Mt. Canaan Baptist Choir and Jefferson Streets.Silver ed envelope and $2.00 for Bible
Simpson ME Is St. Peler'fAME Mrs Joan Davis, Miss Janet verses and spiritual Messages; \
Johnson, Miss Cynthia Frailer, Airs You will receive Bible verses j
I Preparing For Women's Choir No. 2 of First Corinth by return mall \
Day Is
Baptist, Miss Frances Lowery, Sing SundayThe Send TO:
Mrs. Vivian Cherry, Mrs. M. Rev. Roosevelt Franklin
,Women's Fete All Day SundaySimpson J. Henderson, Mrs Aggie Bishop Silver Airs Gospel Singers 630 Morrow Avenue
Mrs. Frances Bowman and will be in a program at the. Macon, Georgia 31301I
Methodist Church's Sunday, October 29, 196'7, will ,Mrs. Blanche James. Mrs. A.' African United Church Sunday
Women's Day will be November be Women's Day, all day, at St. % Williams night October 29, at 8:30under: specialize in all case work(
12, according to a release Peter's AME Church, on 30th Also Mt. Salem Baptist the sponsorship of Mrs. Bertha IPhone,area code 912-74-56475.
from Mrs. Gertrude Moore. and Lee streets, the ReverendR. Church, Mrs. Miley Mitchell, Spencer.

The church Is located at Kings Wallace, pastor ; -
Road and Cleveland Streets. Services rill begin with the
The theme for the day will Sunday School, with Mrs. Margaret ilFf Does Coca-Cola

be "Christian Women Working Shaw, In charge, at 10 o'- ..... .....
In'a New Era. Officers'are.Mrs. .- clock. At :0:45 a.m.-The God -

0. A ,Burns;.:chairman; Shepeard 'Prayer1 Band, Mother ;; s .
Mrs. Naurene Simmons and Allen, president will conductthe I Ir have the taste '

Mrs. Earls Walker, cochairmen. devot1onalaenlces.
Mrs. SjS. Robinson will Guest Soloists for the morning
be pastor for the day. worship will be Mrs.Irene Tim- tired of?
Other chairmen are: Mrs. mons, Miss Lynda Ranlar and you never get
Julia GIlmore, records; Mrs. Mrs. Pearl Carter,of Zion Hope
Rosa L. Shannon, programs; Baptist Church. Mrs Martha
Mrs Daisy Burton, finances; Roberts win be the morning
Mrs. Bernice Jackson, ways speaker.

and means; Mrs. Mella Kirby, The Security Guards and the Hundreds of Juons and guests trekked to Grand' Memorial AMEs "New Land" for a Is it always refreshing?
music Mrs. Gertrude Moore will be the
; Wives Auxiliary kind of consecration tea, where they met many of the church's personnel, headed by Dr.
public relations. On Sunday, special guests. Mrs. Ida Sim and! Mrs. A.J. Reddlck, pastor and wife But, all of the hostessing was done by the smiling J
October 29 the contest for the and Mrs. Barbara
mons-Cushion group of ladles above, headed by Mrs. Frances Moore, chairman.Seen are: From the
benefit of ts'day will terminate Wallace are ctialrmuUBrt, left: Mrs. Lenora, Smith, Mrs. Elise Ellison, Mrs. Clara L. Reddick, co-chairman, Mrs
at 1 p.m. Rev. S$. Rob- co-chairman, respectively Annie Mae Mcintosh, Mts. Priscllla V. Wilson, Mrs. Frances J. Moore, Mrs,Alvenice better
inson is Wallace will, Do
pastor. Mrs. Cornelia C. McQueen, Mrs. Cornelia Strlngfield, Mrs. Callie Cone and Mrs Minnie L. Perry and Mrs. things go
for the day.
serve as Pastor Luella McBride, program chairman, but no consecration is perfect without the ministerand
Community, AME Mrs. Bessie Williams of Second official male' leaders( The dignitaries seen above added their bit, by prayer, mediUtli i
WORM'S Baptist will offer Prayer. and remarks Dr. 'A. J. Reddick stands in the back center. This ground was recently purchased with Coke
His Diy
read
will be
The scripture by by the church through its. official boards and the pastor. The large congregation
Mrs. Minnie Perry, Grant will later make public plans for the new buildings Dr. Reddlck, candidate for the AME '
Union Community AME Church Memorial; The Missionary Offering Bishopric, has expressed strong enthusiam for the success of the project.
will observe Women's Day Sun will be taken by Mrs. A, Paul Crawford Photos. after Coke after Coke?

'day, October 29. Guest speakers Katrlna Sims, Day Spring Bap ......-. ..... .-. ,
superintendents, and officers tint Announcements will be
will take part. The youth made by Mrs. Louise McCloud, U.S
.program will be at 3 p.m. Mrs. Lillian and Juanita Odom Second Baptist.. Tea Was Svccess Buy = !

Mrs. Tommie Lee Wilder will will Uk e the offering. Mrs.Ida Ask schoolteacher Shirley Hailey tether tell,,you
be pastor for the day. Cushion will Introduce visitors I t = Saving Bonds Write Mrs.Shirley Haslf-y/ PO Bo?(67.$,nFrllnclsco.Calif 94126
r''Other officers for the day are At 3 o'clock, the co-chairman, -
Miss Willie Daniels, chairman, Mrs. Barbara Wallace, sponsor
Mrs. T. L. Wilder, cochairman -' A musical program, with i nit
; Mrs. Juanita Greene, secretary Mrs. Erma Jean Odom In NEW ADULT CUSSES
; Mrs. Estella Jones, charge.Mrs. Genevieve tit ut
:Treasurer and Mrs.A.B.Houston Crockett will serve as Mistress v -Starting Nov. 13, I P.M:
Reporter. of Ceremonies. Mis Ann Brown
[Many others are on the pro- of Shiloh Baptist and Mrs.Ruby HOSPITAL AIDE CLASS1
gram committee, tht decorating Williams of St. Stephens AME CASHIER-SALES-CLERK fr-
committee, on finance, tags will solicit the offering.At KINDERGARTEN TEACHERS
6 o'clock the Floradale _
and contacting. The Sunday The smiles of victory on the faces of the church workers the AIDS
School opens at 9:30. Community Prayer Band will be Dlcture above are there because of the success of the recent R. PWiP-V ICE-THEOi\Y.: : H
'\ In charge of the devotions.Mrs. Jackson Club Tea.From the left they are: Mrs. Ernestine 1 BAND AND ORCHESTRA
the
will solicit
Gloria Arline, Lewis, Mrs Jade Dumas, Mr. Leon L. Holmes, Mrs. Bernice INSTRUMENTS' 4U11'AltIOLIEN's
r MIRY SIXtlETONBICES offering. The report for the day Christie, Mrs. Helen Lane, Mrs. Susie Campbell, Mrs Annie
will be EI'ea'and the observation Huff, Mrs Patrick Lewis and Miss Carolyn Lewis. CIUEGE
and remarks by the pastor
'YES' VOTE FLORIDA STAR PHOTO BY: A. Paul CrawfordTo
Rev. R. Wallace. |J816 W. 20th Street'Repstrar

111 IEFiiENI.ll[ Our Church News Public Relations Chairmen: The 356.6465 :

_u __ Deadline for Church News has been changed to Tuesday l/onn H. Bolden, B.S., M.S., ED.S ,2'A:2:
Noon, with the exception of something involving advertising. Fight Cancer President-Director .,
You may mail your newt to the FLORIDA STAR, Post Office
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rm 4 SHI PAPERS SUNDAY OCTOBER 21, W]



I % Celebrations; Anniversaries, Teas, Highlight Jaxons' Church Weekend '">|



Rev. WIIUa.s Addresses Meeting Memorial AME Second Baptist Celebrating One Hundred Seventeenth Anniversary lost Florida Baptist


Zion ChurchThis II- xi ,,1. "'f .'q.. i I ,.'. dI Break Election StridesThe I

special feature, by the ,J. '.
Rev. A.J. Warren, pastor of East Florida and Bethany Association, in a precedent
Varlck Memorial AME Zion shattering election, moved from office leaders whose tenure
Church, 1326 West 9th SL, Is was virtually unquestionable and put new leaders In.

'' a reminiscence on the growthof The Rev. B.H. Hartley was Belle Glade, chairman of staid<
the great Zion Connection.One voted Into the presidency, as education Rev L. H. Klnr]
article will follow This moderator. He succeeds the Clewlston, chief shephard of
ftiaeawrr Is entitled "The Varick Meet- Rev. W.M. Hill. Dr. Hill was the "Shepherd Boys State DeJ
t Ing". made moderator emeritus.Rev partment.. Mrs H.B. Miller]
'y ;v? The work of development went Hartley's cabinet members will president of the senior woittifsj
forward rapidly under the be Rev. CB.BIleyVice-mod- convention
supervision of the Rev James I w I IC erator. Rev G.T, McCall, second And G.W. Scott, presidentthe
4 Varick, first bishop of our con vice-president and Rev E. Sunday School department,I
t nection. lie was one of nine R. Simpson, third moderator. state: Dr. R. W. P. ryearI
offical members who formedthe Rev. Hartley is pastor of the Florida Memorial College,Re/I
AME Zion church in New "Friendly Missionary Baptist H. Avery of Southern National!
York City in 1796. He was the Church. convention; Rev B. L. Wynn,
leading tot successful intlnerant W.G. Patterson was returnedto Rev A.C. Weaver.I
:,. } rF the office of recording secretary The 19C8 session will be at Mt I
a The Rev. Theodore Lee Ararat Baptist, Rev. D. J.Gra.l
was elected to his first term urn pastor. as assistant recording secre sin will be at the First Baptist
tary. The Rev. W.C. Mitchell Church, Jacksonville Beach,I
Womeh is corresponding secretary. where the Rev H. H. Wright Is
Day"celebrated recntly Greater New Hope AME
Rev. N.B. Williams was returned pastor. This meeting will take |
Church. Outstanding speakers and guests made the day a suc-
office of states in January.
to the place
cess. The Rev. B.J.Wil1iamsis shown aboveas he spoke at the
Allen Christian Endeavor's portion of the celebration, in the Second Baptist Church, 954 Kings Road, Is celebrating one hundred seventeeth anniversaryof tical secretary.
afternoon. The two lower pictures are indicative of the spiritof its founding. It is also celebrating the ninth anniversary of the pastor, Rev James Carl Sams. Others reelected are Rev. C. Mt. Ararat'sChoir
the church. The young ladles to rapt attention as the Rev. Williams The church is one of the great "arks of Christendom" in Jacksonville The Rev. Sams, the L. Culver, treasurer; Rev. T.
speaks are, from the right: Selina Bean, Linda Phelps, new president of the Progressive Baptist Convention of America, Is at the helm. J. Daniels, district missionary; Looks
president of the ACE; Mary Phelps, Leslie Paul and Ernest Churches and ministers, officials, choirs, young people, citizens,will help slake this celebra- Rev. A.J. Hughes, chairman of
Ward. tion a success. Among those slated to participate are: Rev. R.A. King, Payne Chapel AME, Rev.A. missions; Rev. George A.Price
FLORIDA STAR PHO:OG BY: Paul Crawford system. We have only November education and theRev.W.C.Nealfirst Bock 28 Years
J. Hughes, St. John Baptist, Rev. Cunningham, Central CME. They will appear on -
of auditor.
between the lines terming as
to read
6 for the fellowship meeting, scheduled for 7.45: p,m.
this meager history to realize the Rev. B.J. of Abyssinia will participate. Others will be the Rev. W. The auxiliary election reflected -
On Tuesday night Wynn
III Matrons 01 Emanuel Baptist i Afro- also.Mrs. Mt. Ararat Baptist Church's
Idea of some changes
that the a great
Mitchell Little Rock
Antioch W.C.
M. Hill: Mt. Calvary Baptist, Rev. JJ.: Jones, Baptist, Rev. Choir
No.l celebrated
Roberta Hall is the
__. ._ American Church was conceived A. new recent.
and the Rev. H.H. Wright Evergreen Baptist.
Baptist ,
James counselor of the women's ly 48 years of musical
in the mind of Junior history
v of the Emanuel Baptist
On November 8 the Rev. S.L. Badger will speak. He Is the pastor
with likewise
Others Mrs. a history-mak-
M ra Varick. Church. ,Others will be the Rev W.L. Jones, First Corinth, Rev. Rudolph McKissick, Bethel department. are .
for estab- Janie Sutherland correspond. ing program.The
The main purpose ,
Baptist, and the Mt/Sinai Baptist Church.
lishment, other than religious, On Thursday evening visiting ministers will be: Rev. G.A. Price, St. Matthews, Rev. Lewis lag secretary and editorial sec opening number,following
was to give the colored peoplea retary. Ronald Coffee was seat- the processional, was "Jesus
Moriah Coleman Shiloh Metropolitan Baptist Church.
Rev.
Mt. A.B.
,
,
field for development. In a green, ed as president of the children's Keep Me Near the Cross."Rev.
Church
Rev.
Friday evening guests ministers will be: Rev. B.H. Hartley, Friendly Baptist ,
n na meeting held by Abraham WJ5. Neal, St. Thomas Baptist, Rev. D. J. Graham, Mt. Ararat Baptist, Rev. J. M. Bryant, St. department, and Miss Frances Frederick Ownes led the scrip
Thompson, James Varick, John Alberta Williams is reporter. Lowery was elected presidentof ture and prayer. Mrs Lucille
Mary's Baptist and Rev. Landon Williams, Bethany Baptist.Mrs.
r' I Ii Dungy, and George Collins, at the youth group. Jones welcomed guests. The
the home of James Varick, the Others are:Mrs.Carolyn Dur- Serving Choir sand"Emanuel.
following was decided, after nay, president of the Junior wo The Rev. D.J. Graham introduced
III.I Grjl KOWSw. The Soued"I.
due consideration, (to use their ,' men's convention' Mrs. Jane lie the speaker,the Rev.S.L.
own language), by this congregation Wilson, vice-president; Mrs.Orenia Badger A memorial song was
which was led by that B. Price, recording presented for Mrs Angle Anderson .
aforesaid committee. secretary; Mrs. Catherine Littler and Mrs. Marion Hall-
: \ "We decline receiving any further financial secretary stock.
I I services from them ( the Also: Mrs Irma Odom, trea- Others on the program were
\ Methodist Church) as respects surer, Mrs Dorothy Burroughs Deacons Baker,Bryant Millinerand
i our church government." del: n of workshops, Chatman, as well as Mrs.
They then informed the rul- Mrs. Victoria Terrel, pianist. Mildred Thomas, choir pre-
I ing Elders in the city of New Mrs. Mary K. Heard was re- sident, Mrs. Eunice Know,Mrs
York of this decision and the elected president of the ushers. Ruth Clark, and Mrs. Elizabeth
resolutions accompanying it ; L rye Mrs. Mable Dunbar remains as Wilson
this day Friday, July 21, 1820 j This .choir was in
'-- -- -- + vice-president, Mack Walker is organized
Matrons of Emanuel Baptist participated, In a Coro- was the beginning of complete second vice-president. Mrs October.of 1919.with.Mrs.Clara
niJoa contest recently. One of the group, .Barbara-,Taft,'t, severance from the Methodist Eleanor',Jackson'is.recording Milton as president.;Other prey
was a contestant. From left, they are Mrs. Ella Norton, Episcopal Church,which formed secretary; Mrs.Agnes Jackson, sidents were: Mrs. Annie Har
Mrs. Willie P. Coleman, Mrs. Eula Thornton, Mrs. Eliza- Itself into independent group. assistant; Mrs. Viola Johnson, risen Mra.Willie TennerMrs.
beth Thompson, president, Mrs. Mary Allen and Mrs. Mamie After this change they were pr financial secretary; Mrs. Jan- myrtle Curry, Mrs. Beulah
Coleman. :STAR: PHOTO By A. Paul Crawford. determined to have their preac- ole Garden, assistant financial Richardson, Mrs. Viola'John-
hers, whom they had elected secretary; Mrs. Leanna John- son, Mrs. Aarah Anderson.
elders long before, ordained. CGlorious son, secretary of benevolence; Members of the Choir are:
Bethlehem Baptist Church Bishop Rush tells the dramatic ''Mrs. Annie L. Cherry, corres- Mmes. Reatha Zeigler, Susie
story of the long series of strains of music .filled the air at the Little Rock Baptist Church, 1418 Van Buren ponding secretary and Mr.. Dawson, Joyabell Frederick,
Sunday School begins at 9:30: a.m. Superintendent Sawyer will petitions and conference with when cnorls 1 and 4 and the Male and Female: Choruses presented a most tunefulprograra.Tbelr Murdell Bailey, miscellaneous Ruby Clark, Alice Hudson,Rosa
be In charge. The morning services begin at 11 a.m and evening the Lfethodist Church leaders theme for the program was theold and revered song "Amazing Grace, How Sweet The Sound" secretary. Swain, Mary Pork, Willie D.
service at 6 p.m. BTU convenes at 5 p.m. The Matrons of for ordination and finally he. FLORIDA STAR PHOTO BY: A. Paul Crawford Johnny P. Jones is treasurerMrs. Davis, Martha Roberson, Rosa
Bethlehem will sponsor Deacon Hollls Brunson and Mrs. states: Madeline Judge, religious Polite, Willie M. Lavenhorne,
Gilberta Jackson in a recital. Host and Hostesses Clubs will The committee thus authorized leader, Rudolph Johnson, reporter Mary Paulk, Lorraine Perry
serve. Rev A. Anderson, pastor; Mrs. Vivian Wilson, re promptly went forward, and Chior Union Lists Allen Chapel Branch SchoolPTA's Irene Murry and Sam Collins
porter. Church address: Fifth and Madison. shorUy obtained the consent of In the Brotherhood Unions results Also: Mmes Eloise Miller,
Doctors James Covel, Sylvester Women CelebrateWomen's were as follows: GeorgeW. Rena Harvey, Annie Harrison,
Hutchinson, and William M.Stllwell Eleventh Anniversary Banquet Walker, president and incumbent Marie Wise Lillie Graham,
KORNER STORES9th all regularly ordained Day will be cele- and John W. Francis, Ethel Mayo, Rosa Singleton,Ellen -
KOZY elders of the Methodist Epis- brated at Allen Chapel AME Was SuccessfulThe reelected to the vice-pre McGrlff, Alma Gordon Marie -
copal Church, and members of The Church all Sunday. Mrs. sidency. Others returned to offices Barnswell Annie Mae Henry,
& Myrtle .26th & Moncrief the Methodist Church latelyes- Friendly: Westside Choirs'Union day testimonial banquet spon-
will present the eleventh Malvenia Wright of the Mt. were: Isaac Jones, secretary Emma Johnson, Annie Mae
Branch
tablished in this ( The sored by the Long
city
,
Church will be ; Otis Merrit, assistant Stephens! Sara Atkins, Betty
annual musical extra van xa Sun Vernon Baptist School PTA was
State & 'Broad -34 th & Moncrief Protestant Methodist June Church 11 1822), day, October 29, at Royal Tabernacle the principal morning speaker. 'successful Elementary and enjoyed by the recording secretary; and A.E.: Collins, Leila M.Jenkins,Clara
on Monday night, ,
Harris Ole Mae Bell Ethel.
Baptist Church 1320 Mrs. Wright will be introduced Henry corresponding secretary ,
,
Bromo Quinnine Cold Tab. &< 67C they meeting attended in Zion the Church appointed and West 21st Street. The Rev. Lee by Mrs. Nettle J. Flagg of many Mrs.who Helen came.M.The Bruce.speakerwas Pre- as well as Isaiah Field: West and Otis Sullivan. MrS
McQueen Is pastor. Mrs. Cath- St. Thomas Baptist. treasurer. Eartha Harper Is organist
4Way Cold Tablets after an appropriate and solemn sentations were made by Mrs. The Rev. J.C. lams presided Guests choirs came from Mt.
W 72 sermon delivered by Dr.Covel, erine Sykes and Jose Long are Other participantswiilbeMrs. Margary Latlmore. Mrs. M.L..
during the"Moderator's Hour." Calvary Baptist Mt. Ararat'sUsher
directors. Mrs. Ruby Stewart Bernadla Williams, Mrs. ,
dedicated to the
Abraham Polite a
ordained
Thompson song
Mum Cream Deod. W 48 they, James Varick, and Leven presldint. The title will bt Mamie Glover, Mrs. Elizabeth retired teachers. He also presided over the el- Board No. 2 was a guest
Choirs of True Vine Holiness ection. Other state leaders Ther serving Usher Board came
"Sing, of Choirs,Sing. Washington made Miss pre
Smith elders in the Church of Remarks were by
Mini! Rub 3* 76 God, ,in the presence of a large ; Mrs. Rebecca Y. Thompson Sylvia A. Mungen, Miss Polly sent were: Rev. J.B. Adams, from Mt. Ararat,
of St. James AME, Mrs Adrlanna Wes '
and respectable audience. D. Brooks, Mrs.
Ellen Williams West Friendship -
I son, president and Mrs.

sonvii'e's' New Government Need ley, First Baptist Baptist, Miss, Mrs.Jane Willie Ash- Johnnie E. Henderson M. Simpson., principal William of the WRITE WRHC TODAYWin

M. Shiggs, Mrs. Johnnetta Wei- Long Branch School made remarks -
berg Mrs. Ann Paschal and The Rev. J.C. Rogers,
-. .' i others.A Macedonia Baptist '
pastor of ,
youth program will be spon- read the scriptures. The Rev $25.00 For Your Church
i iOTE sored in the afternoon by Mrs. RX King of Greater Payne
MetF
ones Afe lepridaiile Willie M. Shiggs. A musical AME led the prayer. Mrs.Rosa Cut out the coupon below and
program will be given at 6:30 U Boyklns sang. The occasionwas

by the church choirs. given by Mrs. FlorenceL. write your question} then mil
Brown. Mrs. Helen Bruce, .

Mrs.speaker Essie, was B. Stowers.Introduced by to radio station WRHC, P. 0.


FOR Fountain Chapel AME Box 2467, Jacksonville, Fla.

Missionary services will be conducted throughout the day, PHONE: 389-1111
beginning with the Sunday School at 930.: D. Jones will be '
v superintendent and wW be assisted by the teachers.The mornIng DSTlUCTIpNS.: The WRHC "Mail Box" will attempt to ref
I worship begins at U a.m. W.O. Jones will be at the con- M iMratr to any question you may have on any subject, uck..
sole. Participating In the service will be Mmes. P. Johnson U schools, rents,, taxes, city and county government anti p
A. Reed, M. Murray R. Cheesborougn, C. Jones, L. Byrd oD. ,
ERICOSIMPSON and M. Washington. The speaker will be Rev. Mrs. Amanda Write your Questions below and mall at once. Your questlalr
Anderson. The afternoon service begins at 6 p.m. A model and the answer, along with your name and address will be
Sunday School will be featured. Participants will be Miss broadcast from Urn to time on WRHC, 10 please print year
Beverly Jean McNalr, Mrs. W.J.Santa, Mrs. Jessie Seymore, WIle and addreu. Write U clips U you like and U5teIIJor.
David Scott, Lewis Champion Mrs. H. Lawrence and Miss four mowermWRHC,1400osyourrsdi,\ Jour total community t
Claudette Burk. The Rev F. W. Jones, Sr., will give remarks. I'taUOII, OD t the air Z4 tours a ct y.
For the best question each week during this mW1ng, RadIo
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CHURCH NEWSPENTECOSTAL Men's Day At Dayspring Baptist Church Will Be Celebrated Sunday I


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West Friendship Baptist Celebrates ConniaHy Prayer Pastor Of f Shilok Baptist


The revival begins CHURCH Monday OF and COD will IN CHRIST close out JESUS on November Bud Invites Will Bo Guest. Of Leaders

11 Speakers will be Elder Williams and Minister Taylor Elder ,
Hughes will also preach. All are Invited Bishop Gates is City To FeteThe .< ?
pastor The church is located at 1663 West 26th Street. Ken's Day will be celebrated at Dayspring Baptist Church
en Sunday, October 29. The Rev E.C. Tillman, pastor of
GREATER MACEDONIA BAPTIST Winning Souls For Christ Shiloh Baptist Church, Brunswick, Ga will speak In the

Sunday School will be at the 'usual time. The Mission Union .Prayer Band will meet Sunday, morning service. At 7 p.m., Attorney Earl M. Johnson will

t will meet on October 26 at 8p.m.The Rev J.C. Rogers, officers October 29, at 825 Broad Street. be the pest speaker.
and members will be hosts. The Refreshment committee asks Elder James A..Shank will be the
Throughout the day male served by the Northern Dis
principal speaker. The Fellowship
that all members baskets for the dinner which will be
bring
Prayer Band will also be choruses, male singers, and tracts Districts are 4.10. 11,
I .served at 2 p.m. i male choirs will 26 and Deacon Boards willing
present. At. 3 a musicalprOP'IID paetlclpate. ,
Cburcb-celebratedlta p.m.
West Friendship Baptist Mth anniversary recently. Large crowds were will be Sat Maceo Lodge No. ( and Pride Workers and Choir 4, and BTU
i 'MT, TABOR BAPTIST on hand to celebrate that anniversary and fourteenth of the pastor, the Rev, Richard U Wilson given on of Maceo Temple 186, IBPOE All captains for the day are
0P at 8 All in.viled
0r Sunday School win be at 9:30 a.m. Deacon Jason Barr will Sr. The church was organised to 190<<.The late Rev. Newman was the first leader, remain- urday night p.m. ire will be special guests asked to report to the finance
.
be In charge The pastor will review the lesson topic Con. Ing at the helm for twelve years On November 12, 1911, and until 1937, thepastor was the late Is Evangelist Lucy M.Smlth Association Day will be obVarick committee.The .
1 .cecreatlon will take place at 10:45: a.m. The morning worshipwill Rev. S.A. Thomas Others who served as pastors were Rev. B. F. Daughter, Rev. G.T. McCall,. advisor Sunday School opens at

begin at ll .m. The Rev. H.T. Overstreet pastor, and the Rev. W.H. Clark Rec. FJ. Belts, Rev. I.H. Green. The Rev. Richard L. Wilson became pastor 9:30: with Superintendent Edward
"'I associate minister, Rev. George Cherry, will be in charge of on October 11, 1953. The present pastor carried on to fruition plans laid by his predecessors. Memorial AME Denthene in charge.James

pulpit ceremonies. At 5:30 p.m., the BTU meets. The evening Two mortgages were paid off, a parsonage acquired, many renovations made. Numerous members Kitchen will be in charge of
4v 4St worship begins at 7 p.m. Usher Board No. will serve. A have been added! to the church.Anew church plant cost $75,000. Brand new office furniture music. Guests will be in charge
business meeting will be held at t p.m., Thursday night On and equipment were placed in the church. Zion Ladies CelebrateWomen's of classes. At 5:45p.m., the
Friday night all choirs will bold a Joint rehearsal. Churcb FLORIDA STAR PHOTO BY A. Paul Crawford BTU Lester McClendon and J.

Sto Stft. ,address: 1451 Mount Herman Street. Miss I.M. Hemming is Day will be observed at Varick Memorial AME F. !Patterson in charge, will

reporter.. Zion Church Sunday beginning with the Sunday School at meet.

9:30: a.m., with the guest superintendent, Mrs. Hortense ,i
- TABERNACLE BAPTIST CHURCH Grant Memorial AME Tea A Success Brewlngton, in charge Guest teachers are Miss R. L. Tro- I

05. :Sunday School is at 9.30: a.m. Superintendent C.A. Lawrence .,. well, Mrs. E. Atwater and Miss Bemis Jones. Mrs. Elisabeth : lies
5.St --- -- /ISSINSS! IUSS
.will be m charge. The morning service begins at 11 a.m. The Crawford will give the prayer of consecration Miss
4 Rev W.E. Young, pastor, will be in charge and deliver the y Patricia Ravenell Is guest secretary. The lesson review will rl The 'man born wllb'the gift:
message. All youth choirs and Usher Board No. 2 will serve. be given by Mrs. Flouts Smith. Rev. Roosevelt FranklU of Macon -
,The youth choirs will meet Tuesday afternoon at 5:30 for It God
1s
Morning worship begins at 11 Mrs. Dorothy Lewis, Rev.lees, Georgia. through
rehearsal. Prayer meeting is at 7:30. The night services on o'clock with Choir No. 1 of Mrs. Doreatba Ross Miss Betty that I can remove all evil conditions

Sunday are from.7 to t p.m. Antioch Baptist Church and Streeter, Mrs. Daisy Scurry, some questions you may

NEW Usher Board No. I of St. Mat Mrs. Artzell Williams, Mrs. wish to know.

MT. OLIVE thew Baptist Church, eastside, Fannie Pollard and Mrs. Man- [DO) NCi I) MONEY; ?
Services start with the Sunday School at 9:39 a.m. DeaconR. The Dell Trio, YOU ;
dell Sullivan
leading the processional. Mrs. ,
Cambridge will be In charge The morning worship win A.J. Warren will preside Mrs. Gladys Foster, Mrs. J. IS MY SICKNESS NATURAL?
begin at 11 a.m. The sermon win be delivered by the Rev. Bradford Mrs. Frances I CAN MY HUSBAND STOP
the The first E. ,
throughout day.
!,Battles of the Royal Tabernacle Baptist Church. The eveningWorship Closing remarks and 'DRINKING? a .':
S hymn will be led by Mrs. Johnson,
t. will begin at 6:30: p.m. The paslor, the Rev W.L. Mildred Jackson Other benediction Rev. AJ. Warren. CAN MY LOVE ONES'nt RETURNED
Clinton, will deliver the closing sermon. The combined choirs participants ?
are: Mrs. Eartha ,
rti7 and usher boards will serve throughout the day Mrs. W.M.
McGowan Mrs. Florita Smith
,
,,Davis will be at the piano. Mrs. Vera Rogers, Mrs. Mary CommunityBand They call me the (RootmanX
i7 But I am only servant of God.
Walker Mrs. Nadine Flagler
,
:GRACE MISSIONARY BAPTIST Because God is the answer to
Mrs. Georglanna Ford Mrs.
Sunday School opens at 9:30 ..m. Morning worship begins Gertrude Hatcher Rev., Jettie Meets all life's problems. I am the
11 At 3 the anniversary d the combined districtsof of all Send
g 'lat, a.m. pjn. K. Jackson, Mrs. Alma Pink- The Peace Community Prayer King Day Prophets.
s the church will take place. The Rev. C.C. Brown will speak. Band will celebrate its first for my special selected BlUe
Mrs. Alveta S. Allen Mrs.Bessie .
Prayer meeting will be held Tuesday nights. Choir No. 1 win r.it. ltryr f' alJ ,, 1 ney, Douglas and Mrs., Lucinda anniversary Sunday, October verses. To be readonSPECIALDAYS.

,bald rehearsal on Wednesday nights Bacon. 29, from 3 to 6 p.m., In the .
e Trinity Baptist Church, floral Send self-addressed, stamped :
Also Mt. Canaan Baptist Choir
e Simpson ME Is St. 'eter's'AME Mrs. Joan Davis, Miss Janet and Jefferson Streets.Silver ,verses envelope and spiritual and $2.00 Messages.You for Bible.

Johnson, Miss Cynthia Frazier, Airs
will receive Bible verses
Choir No. 2 of First Corinth N
Preparing For Women's by return mall. t
Day Is
Miss Frances
s Baptist, Lowery, Send TO
Sunday :
Sing
Mrs. Vivian Cherry, Mrs. M.

,Women's Fete All Day Su day J. Henderson, Mrs. Aggie Bishop The Silver Airs Gospel Singers 630 Rev.Morrow Roosevelt Avenue Franklin
Mrs. Frances Bowman and
will be in a program at the Macon, Georgia 31301
Simpson Methodist Church's Sunday, October 19, 1961, will ,Mrs Blanche James Mrs. A.' African United Church Sunday

Women's Day will be November be Women's Day, all day, at St. 'H,, Williams. night, October 29, at 8:30: under I specialise in all case work
12, according to a release Peter's AME Church, on 30th Also Mt. Salem Baptist the sponsorship of Mrs, Bertha fchone.area code 9127456475.
.from Mrs. Gertrude Moore. and Lee streets, the ReverendR. 1 Church, Mrs. MUey Mitchell, Spencer.

The church is located at Kings Wallace, pastor. d --
,Road and Cleveland Streets. Services will begin with the
The theme for the day will Sunday School, with Mrs. Margaret Does CocaColahave
be "Christian Women Working Shaw, In charge, at 10 o'-
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In'a Officers are.- a.m.-The God .
New Era. ,, clock., At' 10:45 '
Mrs. 0. VU,Euros;,:'chairman; Shepeard ''Prayer1.Band, Mother w hv .
Mrs. Nazarene Simmons and Allen, president; will conduct I the taste ,
Mrs Eula Walker, cochairmen. the devotional services: r'h
Mrs. SjS. Robinson will Guest Soloists for the morning
be pastor for the day. worship will be Mrs Irene Tim-
Other chairmen are: Mrs mans Miss Lynda Ranlar and you never get tired of?

Julia Gilmore, records Mrs. Mrs. Pearl Carter,of Zion Hope
\ Rosa L. Shannon, programs; Baptist Church. Mrs. Martha
Mrs Daisy Burton, finances; Roberts will be the morning

Mrs. Bernice Jackson, ways speaker.The .._ w .
VFNMHundreds -- -- '" -- --
and means; Mrs Idella Kirby, Security Guards and the of Jaxons and guests trekked to Grand--S'Memorial AME's "New Land" for a Is it always refreshing?
music Mrs. Gertrude Moore Wives will be the
; Auxiliary kind of consecration tea, where they met many of the church's personnel, headed by Dr,
On Ida Sim
public relations. Sunday Mrs.
special guests. and Mrs. A.J. Reddick, pastor and wife. But, all of the hostessing was done by the smiling
October 29, the contest for the mons-Cushion and Mrs. Barbara
group of ladles above, headed by Mrs. Frances Moore, chairman. Seen are: From the
benefit of the day will terminate Wallace are chairman,.j l
left: Mrs. Lenora, Smith, Mrs. Elise Ellison, Mrs. Clara L. Reddick, co-chairman, Mrs.
at 7 Rev. SjS. Rob- respectively.Mrs. .
p.m. co-chairman, Annie Mae Mcintosh, Mts. PrlsciUa V. Wilson, Mrs. Frances J. Moore, Mrs..Alvenlce
inson Is Wallace will Do better
pastor. Cornelia C.
Pastor for the,day. McQueen, Mrs. Cornelia Strlngfleld, Mrs. Callie Cone and Mrs. Minnie L. Perry and Mrs. things go

Community AME serve Bessie as Williams of Second. Luella McBride, program chairman, but no consecration it perfect without the ministerand
Mrs. official male'' leaders. The dignitaries seen above added their bit, by prayer, meditatli
Has Wonea's Day Baptist will offer Prayer. and remarks. Dr. ''A. J. Reddick stands In the back center. This ground was recently pur with Cokeafter
The will be read by
scripture chased by the church through its official boards and the pastor. The large congregationwill
Mrs. Minnie Perry Grant later make public plans for the new buildings. Dr. Reddick, candidate for the AME
Union Community AME Church Memorial; The Missionary Offering Bishopric, has expressed strong enthuslam for the success of the project. II
will observe Women's DaySun-. will be taken by Mrs. A, Paul Crawford Photos. Coke after Coke ?
Guest speakers Katrina Sims Day Spring Baptist.
day, October 29. ,
superintendents, and officers Announcements will be / ,......... ."., .

will take part. The youth made by Mrs Louise McCloud,
,program will be at 3 p.m. Mrs Lillian and Juanlta Odora Second Baptist Tea Was Success Buy U.S. -
Tommie Lee Wilder will will tak e the offering. Mrs.Ida .
Mrs L_ Mt xhooltetcher/ Shirley Hasler.Let her tell, ouWrite .
be pastor for the day. Cushion will introduce visitors. I Bonds / ,
= Saving :Mrs.Shirley Hiifcv P.O.BoxH67.San Francisco CalI.94126
r''Other officers for the day are At 3 o'clock, the co-chairman, : -

Miss Willie Daniels, chairman, Mrs. Barbara Wallace, sponsor. ; ru
Mrs. T. U Wilder, cochairman -'. A musical program, with Se. t & -
; Mrs. Juanlta Greene, secretary Mrs. Erma Jean Odom in NEW[ HUH CUSSES

; Mrs. Estella Jones, charge.Mrs. Genevieve
:Treasurer and Mrs.A.B.Houston Crockett will serve as Mistressof -Starting Nov '13, 8 P.M: EirL :
Reporter. Ceremonies. Min Ann Brown __ -
(l Many others are on the program of Shiloh Baptist and Mrs.Ruby : HOSPITAL/ AIDE cLASS'
committee, the decorating Williams of St. Stephens AME CASHIER-SALES-CLERK
finance tags will solicit the offering.At KINDERGARTEN
committee, on -l'1 __ '(j iii TEACHERS
The Sunday 6 o'clock the Floradale
and contacting. The smiles of victory the faces of the church workers in the AIDS
at 9:30. Band win be
Community Prayer
School opens picture above are there because of the success of the recent R. PWiP-V JCEO \*;
( in of the devotions.Mrs.
Gloria charge Arllne will solicit the Jackson Club Tea.From the left they are: M r s. Ernestine C BAND AND ORCHESTRA .
Lewis, Mrs Janle Dumas, Mr. Leon L. Holmes, Mrs. Bernice INSTRUMENTSdUITAftkuiErs '
The for the
day
r MARY SllCUTOiIIUS will offering.be pYeD'and report the observation Christie, Mrs. Helen Lane, Mrs Susie Campbell, Mrs Annie _
Huff, Mrs. Patrick Lewis and Miss Carolyn Lewis ceiiE.E
and remarks by the pastor,
'YES' VOTE FLORIDA STAR PHOTO BY: A. Paul CrawfordTo I o
Rev. R. Wallace. |816 W. 20th Street y'g

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SATOORAY OCTOJEi 21, un)
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TIE FLORIDA'STAll THE TRUE TEST of CIVILIZATION : LIFEAND FOUND 'It!
is, NOT THE census,NOD THE SIZE :
Of CITIES NOR THE CffOP5,8UT OUPFOOCBCAUS ASA ; B :Equa\!
NEWS r. ft THE KIND OUT.Or HAH" THE COUNTRY i.IHEV;'MADE/AND-POLITICAL DEVELOPEDTHIS .,1.0; w > .

inrttoH ; BY THEIR BLOOD
Published b"the Florida Star Pubs togtompany., AND FREE LABOR By WHITNEY M. YOUNG JR.
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LL SEHA :
-, N0 ,THEY. -'
K RI I HTS One of tne scandali of public education Is the way schools
: MEMBER / I,. SHARE 'IN THE FRUIT actually retard the performance of Negro and other minority

> OFOURCOUNTRY) group children. Although they are only a little in the earliest
_/ grades, by the time they are In Junior high school thtse
NEGRO PI TIONAL 1 children are several years behind in performance.
,... This proves that the schools are falling in their responsbllUv!
I Ix to educate all children. Educators often say

I'r. that they have no control over the home environment .

ERIC 0 SIMPSON -- Hindu Editor of children, or over other factors
I ., t.l. t. which Influence learning. But they do hare II i iJust
control over teachers, teaching materials and
IllDA ffOOIEN Circilitioi Miiifir .' "' supervisors, and It t Is about time that they
.
:
;:< took drastic steps to reverse the Inferior
i ,f! -:" : education minority children art getting.
changing teacher attitudes can have tremendous results.
2323 Mincrief Road PIIII Elfii 48712Miiliit Too often teachers are prejudiced themselves, or they have
f' been brainwashed into believing that Negro children don't have
Mints the same potential other student have. Sometimes these attitudes
5- 4 affect their teaching; expecting failure, they encourage
P.O. In 599 Jicksiitilli, Florida 32201 Y, / \ A lit.
'lyn An experiment at a San Francisco elementary school with a
MIAMI OFFICE large proportion of Mexican-American students shbwed how
teacher attitudes' Influence children. A psychologist gave all
students in the school an I.Q. test. He told the teachers that
.1 7th Hit. Phone 151.3819
5011 the results would tell which pupils were ready to "spurt
> SUBSCRIPTION RATES ahead" !in their learning.
Half $5.00 He then selected the names of about 20 percent of the student
One Year, $8.00 Year
body at random and told the teachers that these students
Mailed to the United StatesI'
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n would greatly improve their achievement levels in the coming
Subscription payable in advance This wasn't true of course, but the teachers believed
I Send Check or Money Order to: 1 near
I FLORIDA STAR PO. BOX 599 A year later the students were tested again.Their I.Q. scores
f 'r l dramatically showed how their teacher's attitudes towards them
Jacksonville 1 Florida
were affected by what psychologist told them.In the earliest
grades, the students who were picked had an I.Q. gain of
more than double that for other children.
TODAY HE WANTS AN IDENTITY Irs not that they were smarter or different in any way from
their classmates. What happened was that their teachers were

Tennessee A & I Exploshre In April led to believe they would improve and sothey did. In hundreds
I of little ways that year, teachers encouraged the children to
do better, but other children in the same room, with the same
rf ---- ----------------- ----- ---, family backgrounds and basic intelligence weren't
Fred Brooks, one if the suspended students expected to
t improve as much so their teachers didn't ask that little extra
at Tennessee State A & I University at from them.
I Nashville, is suing the University for the

Ii II c purpose of gaining readmittance to the in- f: YOUR WeeklyHOROSCOPE Some sidelights to this experiment are also interesting. The

stitution, In April Brooks, a black power most improvement was by two groups- the average students
advocate created an intolerable situationon who were neither at the top or the bottom of the school's rank.
ing system, and those Mexican-American
the campu and prohibited the orderly I ;. GUIDE I most like Anglo-Saxons. The boys who looked children most who Mexican looked

pursuit of. educational activities. showed the least Improvement reflecting the teacher's pre-
Dr W, S. Davis, president of the Univer judices.
sitym testified in court that Brooks'and ,l It All of this shows how the teacher's attitude toward children
By PABLO The ASTROLOGER is often the difference between academic success and failure.
Dr W.S. Davis, president of the Univer- I v I II America's affluent suburbs don't nave this problem. Pupils In

sity, testified in court that Brooks and their schools are expected to succed, and their teachers know

two other suspended students wanted to that their job is to prepare them for college If they don't, they
9 .piajce the campus a battle ground and had no I WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR I II know that the school board will get rid of them.

intentions ol honestly wanting to settle Children In ghetto schools need the same kind of belief in their

their grievances with the school administration futures and extra effort in the classrooms.1 know that there art
,
I I many dedicated teachers who could get more money for less
> work else were, who stay In the ghetto schools and work hard
LOVE
BUSINESS TRAVEL
v A situation arose that finally ended with at teaching their students with the care and love they deserve.,

police using tear gas in the dormitories. But other teachers expect nothing good of their pupils, and get

V\e\ don't propose to solve the problems of it.
the three suspended students who are now ._ ------- -- --- ----. -.-. ------- Tills is,an .area. in which school administrator can bring
-- about
t is problem great changes if they roll up their sleeves and Co to
suing for readmittance. This a work. A Ito that Is wrong with slum schools only large amounts
I r for the court to decide. ARIES CAhW LIBRA CAPRICORN of money and difficult political policy changes can solve Cut

.' We have our suspicions about black power BORN MARCH BORN JUNE BORN SEPT. BORN DEC. here Is something that costs no money, only time and effort.
t propagandists and their leaders. Their Monority group children, like all children, have enormous

I :' movements generally end in violence police 21th. APRIL nib 22nd IDLY 22nd. 23rd OCT. 23rd 22ndJAN., 19th potentials. 'There is a genius within them which will flower
forth if it is nurtured and
tared
for Teachers and school
destruction Ride on to fulfillment If fully
and property
I 4' interference, Be acquisitive. There is a officials have to change their attitudes and help liberate the
of the grievances of blackpoweritesmay Storm the ramparts. There All's quiet. This is the part having put to use the good for
great human
> Many time to give out and a momentto potential of these youngsters.
using the wrong' are days for losing and days of the month that may be con- tune that has had Capricorn
be Just, but they are for winning You Arlans who Ideal from wherever cash in. You should do quitea natives' addresses during the Slum schools have been getting an "F" on their report cards
i methods to rectify them. have striven gallantly to occupy sidered be: looking at it. Those bit of the latter while the closing days of the last Quar- for far too long. They aren't doing their job, and they are
one may tide is running favorably and failing In their duty to the children the and their
further toward country
a position of major importance who are in love may be flowting ter, you can proceed own ,
the
bearing makings splendid prolessionallntegrity.
may not only do so up in the clouds and dreaming the fulfillment fondest
J with districntion, but should date which opportunities It is not only expectations. Friends..developments -
Mob Rights And Peaceful Assembly of the wedding may cash tout
be but
may gathered,
also enjoy the privileges and naturally follow. And if you and one's own energies
material advantages that go along intellectualor the elements for greater inner combine to carry one on the
Some ho in the nation, peaceful assemblies have interests of an
peace and contentment. And the
with It. Wherever good that is destined to lift
; turn into mobs that can easily get artistic nature, it certlanlyis Llbrans who have Ideas and the wave This The Retirement. Of A Great
fortune passes, it seems as If the right moment toconslder you and yours upward. PeacemakerIn
; out of control. To wit: Black power rallying means to create or acquire a ,
temptation Is trailing not far developing them to their lull.- may also be a golden opportunity -
i and Vietnam peace advocating. behind. It may now take the potential. The training of the new home should proceed with to Insure security for one the Unitet States
In many ways this thumbing noses at the form of speculation which !Is of the younger generation shouldbe ,the greatest of speed and con- and all, and to build the safe Is symbol? the role of peacemaker -
f the one thing to which Arians -.lldence. wit it may be rather haven proof against any storm. of an ideal. The.tovern/. -
of con-
matter particular
federal of hate noises a ment
government making and
unwise to citizens
have to borrow too like to know that
should give the widest possiblebert. Even the most beloved friends we
e however so quietly, and peacefully assembling cern for some whoma'possess much at too big a price. still have leaders who
Any weakness shownIn could believe
now the ability to divert many step say something or com- in harmony
are subterfuges designed to create this connection could plunge from the wayward path. Do not Practical considerations can mit actions that may be term- and peace whether it Is war, a labor strike
: violence. Arians Into a new depth of depression overlook a growing tendency to never be replaced by others ed unbelievable. But it Is In the or an education sanction.

t.% Two months ago it was announced that a and add further come to grips with a close ally that are weaky! based. Keepup Capricorn makeup to be under- The recent retirement of Dr. frank' Oorter
stresses on key associations. ambitious goals or Impor- a pacifying influence around standing and to eye the foibles '
"March on Washington" for peace in Viet- over Graham from his
Keep ambition in. tiara tant planning the house of others with a sense of humor position with the United
nam would be scheduled for October 21-22, 2.60.55.19.989 Nations is
a milestone in the
4 60 5S 19 100 career of a
the purpose being'to shut down Pentagon, TAURUS 5.90.88.13.680 3.30.22.18.554 great American,: a distinguished and ser-

'There will be no government building in SCORPIO satile man.

Washington excluded from attack" was the BORN APRIL LEO AQUARIUS The peacemaker's role
carries us back to
advertised intent since socalled peace- BORN OCT. the great ploitical
JULY23rd.AUG. triumvirate
20th MAY 20th BORN IAN in the persons
ful assemblies in the have into BORN of
past erupted 22idbpeed Daniel Webster John and
NOV. < Calhoun
mob violence. Do what must be done. If 24th .
heart Interests claim priority 2211Roll thing s up. One good 20th FEB. 18th Henry Clay. They were leaders in creating

We support the principle of peaceful as- right now, Just as well give along. Leonlans are finally thing follows another, and this Build upward. It may be part political expediencies to keep the balance
sembly as a media of redress of grievances. tnt! No one can really be happy reaching an even stretch provides a cue to give one of of the Inlversal master building between free and slave states Especially
But In group protesting that is nothing until romance has come into of road making for a smoother the finest performances of one's plan to make an individual go active in this regard wasHenry Clay.
that condones the language of dispossession the picture giving the Incen- ride toward your ultimate objectives lifte. Scorpio natives should through the wringer of ordeals Not najy years ago Ralph Bunche
tive subsequently needed to Retire as much as now (hen> friends besides a more and personal experiences flamed into -
notice
to
move in by force and take over as a maker
succeed entirely. If marriageis possible from public view and maganetic personality to spur der to extract wisdom. With International peace.
With the right of peaceful assembly, there the answer, natives of this start reconstructlong fortunes them on to greater conquests this In mind, freely take full Men like Bunche and Graham do their work so

Is also aniobligation orderly and lawful sign may just as well say"yes" in a quiet and unobtrusive manner and an Incomparable period of advantage of a series of op quietly that we, hardly realize it.f
II -black power advocates and Vietnam protes when every fiber urges them to The opportunities are therein prosperity. The three key days portunities to aim higher and Negroes remember Dr. Graham back during
tors to the contrary nltwithstanding. do so. In some cases, this may abundance and they may be of this last Quarter when men to accumulate the assets that the time when he
require a complete break with just waitning for you to pick tal and physical powers merge indlca'e prosperity. Teamwork was President of the University
the past. Since there may be them up and utilize them with Into a potent force are the 24th as never before, win be the of North Carolina. As far back as
no alternative, hawing and hemming usual consummate skills. Make and 26th. A retrograde ingredient that insures success then, he was a liberal thinker and force
Who Makes The Savage? will be of no use other certain that you stick to original Mercury may retard things for all Interested. And it may for good in the equality of man He was
than to confuse matters further purposes, for changing somewhat, but It should not be a farsighted precaution not one of America respected men of high cal
them at this stage could throw prevent finally developing to forestall any attempts by
g ling, and black ;
men the and minority
It was called to our attention by HEW Secretary 6-M-88-15-732 you off the right track altogether the lines planned. I potential rivals te steal one's poor
John W. Gardner that' 'dispair in the 7.90.77.14.244SAGITTARIUS could depend upon Graham's voice when all

ghettos" cannot be cured by savagery GEMINI S -10 33 17 200 thunder.S- 40 t9 .. 14 7ft other southern voices echoed with segrega-

in the streets. BORN MAY VIRGO PISCES tionist's crowds.
The solutfonbto) Although a dibtinguished educator, Ur.
the slum problem does not
lie in ,rioting and looting and destruction, 21st JUNE 21st BORN AUG. BORN NOY.. BORN FEB. Graham is remembered for outstanding con-

but rather ,througheducation and assistance. Ride high Bright new idea 23rd SEPT. 22id ?3r< DEC. 21st tributions in the settlement of disputes
are beginning to stream in and The sky's the limit.There maybe 19th MAR. 20th between new nations of a Pakistan and India
We can solve this good
problem through'
out of the Ceminlan consciousness : Just dig in. Success in itself
Togetherness does It. In this
no containing imagination and the formula
for the *
schools, fairplay, and the elimination of And if they are carriedout nor self-confidence as this last Is commendable, but it is not modem and complex society of separation of Indonesia ,
housing conditions that are far below the properly and daringly, a and best Quarter of the month always enough.! The provident ours, going through life ale without violence from Holland which
levels of both decency and comfort. distinct Improvement in domestic gets under way. Members of Sagittarians who know how tenuous I is practically impossible. It bad held it in colonial status for genera-

But 'most important pf allj we must provide occupational and your sign may be freed of a the hold on it can be win Is therefore essential to marry, tions. 1
H economic fields may be anti- great worry that has been eat- not waste a moment consolidating form partnerships, Join clubs

these citizens with regular jobs at good cipated. The lessons that have ing inside, especially in connection postlons to the utmost and fellow-travelers In almost I ,', I .\
pay. Those persons who have no skills must been driven borne previously with residence or a degree. It is a fact that jealous every branch leaning
be: persuaded and even compelled to pursue a should have fallen on fertile. close member of the family rivals will not lose time In or fields of endeavor There
of retraini g., ,(.I |I. ground, and they may be beginning This in turn should stimulate usurp to dislodge one and to are no better days for many FOREST FIRES HURT OUR FOREST FRIENDS
course tolive A> in city ., to sprout in the most enough to furnish a new polish his or her place. But tIn Plseians, who nave already re- Always hold matches till cold. Be sure to drown .
force people Jungles!,
j If we promising ways. Do not revertto to talents and keener an Impregnablepostlonwtth cognised this necissitytowork
a edge all *
stir the ashes
campfires and drown
must them from time to time toast old habits that were them ,
ve expect any to Ingenuity. Love will make ample material resources on out a related program that will
like savages. deemed detrimental and from Itself heard or felt loud and which to draw their efforts are be effective and farreachingin again. Cash all smokes dead out.Plesu ",

which you have successfully clear on 26th.T70.WHm. '. mnr* tot to be wasted' than not. aiding to achieve such. ends. I Only you ran prevent forest fires
been weaned alnY.IO14IZO. IO16700, 1-IO-H-U-143
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'.It' ,. Pittsburgh, Penn. Woman Speak At Mt.-Zion AME Women's Confab Sunday T I



CJOIR CELEIRATES FORTY-WIN TEAR little Rock Music Mt. Olive Is Mrlti-Award Winner Will i


Units' In ProgramHundreds Getting Set For ,Keynote Services For Day J

witnessed the anniversary
of the Male and Female .'s DayAnnual Mrs. Alma Andef ion Polk, former resident of Jackson f
Choruses of the Little Rock now a resident of Pittsburgh Pennsylvania, will hlghllglt
the Women's Service at Mt. Zion AME Church SundJy
Baptist Church, 1418 Van Bunt "Queen's" Day will Day ,
pastored by the Rev W.C.Mitc be observed October 29 at Mt. morning, October 29,'U guest speaker. j
must Olive AME Church, Franklin Youngest Citizen of Pittsburgh
hell The Sunday evening Mrs. Polk Is the tinguished
; : i f ______ cal fete was a strong Indication and Pippen Streets. Programs daughter of the late Mrs. A.L. for forwarding more than ZQPO
; of the forcefulness of music as haw been scheduled for the Anderson, founder of Women's boob to the AME Monrevla C& -
well as of the splendor and 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., hours of Day at Mt. Zion. The leaderIs lege in Liberia. In additionjto;
dignity of church music. Each worship Mrs Hortense Williams director of Public Relationsfor this she has received plaques
choir was at Its best. Choir No. Gray will serve as the AME Connection the for outstanding work fin
1 was beaded by Mrs. Maggie speaker for the morning worship only woman general officer, missions by the New York Con
Hunt, Choir No. S by Mrs.The- Rev. B.J. Williams is and the first woman in the ference. Atlanta has honored
1"rl inn J. Thompson, Choir No. 3 ,pastor. history of the church to be Mrs. Polk, through Us Mlssiolary -
by Master David Lee Dunbar, Candidates for "Queen" are: elected by the General Con- Society. The Ninth EpUoV
Choir No. 4 by Anthony Jackson, Mrs. PrlsclllaJones Wil- ference. pal District has honored
the Male Chorus by DeaconOscar helmenla Baldwin, Mrs. Mrs. Polk, a former connec- speaker.In .
Hunt and the Female Chorusby Frances D. Price and Mrs. tlonal director of theYoung 1967 Mrs. Polk won Su

Mrs. Annie Campbell. Mattie C. Campbell.Candidatesfor trophy for the best Negro 5-
The choirs' theme was the "Princess" are: Mrs.. paper promotion In the co i-
familiar tune "Anazlng Gladys H. Robinson, Mrs. try.
Grace" Johnnie Byrd Mrs. Sallle
Among those participating Simmons and Mrs. Jerry L. v

were: Rev. Richard Holiday, Trapp.
Mrs Florence Preston, Mrs. Mrs. Edyth Nixon Is serving Darnell-Cook! IB
as coordinator for this event.
Thee Oree Jackson
Anthony
L'I1y All the ladies shown in the picture above are members of the ,
Johnny McCray; Jr., Miss Pamela Chairmen and committees are:'
: great Mt. Ararat Baptist Church Choir No. XX. Recently the
_. "LoveYe Denise King,Mrs.Renelda Program, Mrs. Emma A. Chores Hoer Ep
choir celebrated 48 of Its founding.The theme was
years Jenkins, Mrs. Eunice Dunson, Moran; Finance, Mrs. Lillian
One Another." Rev. Dallas J. Graham is founder. I I
Cord Music Mrs. Mary
Crawford Mrs. Bessie Baker and Mrs. ; Be October 20
y FLORIDA STAR PHOTO BY: Paul Thelma J. Thompson. Detach; Decoration Mrs. Ger-

Others: Mrs. Maggie Hunt t trude Hoffman. Sponsors are:
Mrs. Jean R. Llptrot publicity The Darnell-Cook Chorus
,
Mrs. toes Kearse, Minnie Holiday -
will present its annual! Get
Mrs. Anr Campbell,Willie ; Youth, Mrs. Mary H. Acquainted
Garden Cbb White Time' Hojr Monday nit, ,
Rose's lean
Rogers, Mrs. Lucille Eiell, Mitchell; Courtesy, Mrs. Edyth
5IF.um t-.......... ___..._. u Mrs. Lillie Wilson. Foster and publicity, Mrs. October 30, Ic the au 1torhlll1.GaU .
R:ley will preside. ?ev-
g Deacon Oscar Hunt, Rudolph Gertrude H. Peele.
will read this scrlptuies. -
enrown
Mrs. Clara Wilkerson will
f Johnson James Campbell
V ,
Roosevelt Drayton, Harry serve as guest soloist for the Peoples' Department Is a life A speech choir will repeat *
CY Neal and Eddie Brown. Mrs. 11 a.m., hour of worship member of the WMS. The A.N. the Lord's Prayer. Members -
Wylene Dunhar Mrs. VeraMae The "Miss Teen-age Mt. Marquis Company listed Mrs. are James Buckhelta, Lee
,
Polk in its Who's Harris, Ke/ia Davis, Dale Fel-
Drayton, Mrs. Curlue C. Huger Olive" contest'will also terminate Who In American -
and Vernon Smith, Mrs. Vera during this event. Can- Women,'In the 1966 and 1967 ton, Chester Hagan, Reginald
'
to 1969 Franklin, Larry Robinson, n-
Mae Drayton, Mrs. Annie didates are Denise Edwards, editions.
Campbell, Mrs. Ines Kearse, Franchita Paul, Anise Tutson, Mrs. Polk Is a member of the thony Banks and Anthony Brown.
AME Rosa Green will give the wel-
Mrs. Maggie Hunt, Mrs. flo- and Jackie Waddell. Trinity Church of Pittsburgh -
trustee come. Randolph Filmore will
a and organizerof
Preston Mrs.
rence Haggle
the sing. Beverly Horn will discuss
Missionary Society and
Jackson, David Dunbar, Oreo-
of the A chorus activities. Seventh and
Little
Help- Club, a
Gibbs Miss Helen Rose
gery ,
member of the eighth grade ensembles will
Mrs. Herndon National Negro
Mitchell, Mrs. Ida Mae Ford,
-- -- The
Business and Professional sing. chorus wll parti
s annual Tea Time Miss Cynthia Gibbs and Ver Women's
When the White Rose Social Club has its
The will also
cipate. Supremes -
Club, a member of the
well-wlshers are there. This special: occasion Is always non Smith. Is PresidentOf
YWCA and of the NAACP, and ting. Chester Hagans is pre
anticipate l and tie: guest list grows Mrs. Eula Lauranceis The Male Chorus numbers 17. has a Sojourner Truth Award sident. Mrs. Mamie Taylor Is
the president. Shown In the above picture, from left are: Choir No. 1 lists 9 members.
from Business president of the Choral Parents.
The ladies in the picture chose the .name of Dahlia i f'iiieir Mable White, Ida Muse, Mamie Reed, Laura Flnney, Eula There are 17 In Choir No. 2, Local PTA fessional Negro Women. and Pro- Mrs. C.G. Miller is dean of girls

club, The Dahlia Garden Club, because of their interest, not Lawrence, Mollle Stephens, Nora Brooks, George Stephens, seven in the Female Chorus. Mrs Polk is declared a DIsI ,and Dr.A.C. Madry is principal.
only in dahlias, but in horticulture in general. This club is Clara Stephens and Bernie Stephens. The last three were Visiting church choirs were:
one with seniority among clubs. Mrs. Queen B. Williams Is guests. The club is interested also In saving. Philadelphia Baptist, Friendly Officers of the Darnell-Cook- ---., __ __
the smiling lady In the center, seated. Mrs. Williams Is STAR PhOTO By A. Paul Crawford. baptist, Union Progressive man Junior High Schopl PTA
president. Others Mrs. Olivia Johnson is seated left and Baptist, Mt. Carmel Baptist, were recently Installed by Mrs.
Mrs. Georgia Bryant to the right. Standing from left, are Beulah Baptist, St. Luke BaptistSt. Carolyn J. Miller,dean of girls..." c.Harry.\
Mrs. Mamie CourUield, Mrs. Carrie Singleton, Mrs. Gladys Guest SpeakerMrs. John Baptist, Antooch Baptist Officers are Mt I. Ruby ,
Vaugtit, Mrs. Eola Gaines, Mrs. Isabel Frailer, Mrs. Maude Tabernacle Baptist, Mt. Herndon, president, Mrs. R. J.
Brown, Mrs. Getrude Stafford and Mrs. Alberta Curry Alice Cook Smith will be the principal speaker at the Canan Baptist, Mt. Ararat Baptist McTear, vice-president; Mrs. t
STAR PHOTO BY A. Paul Crawford. church Sunday, in the morning service. Miss C.V. Moreheadis West Friendship Baptistand Earnest Mcintyre, secretary;

.lt -.... reporter. ... .... "' ...' ... '" _.. Sweetfleld Baptist Mrs. Edward Witsell, assistant
'". "' ,t. '" ... t secretary; Mrs. Janus Bell,
financial secretary; Russell

Ladies Of Leisure Celebrate Founding Mrs.Robinson Raymond, business Cobb, manager reporterand M. _

Prince Hall Masonic Club Mrs. Edward Williams,

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chaplain.The
Prince Hall Masonic Club will will be present .in. organization Is making
lay the cornerstone Sunday, W.C. Jenkins is grand masterof plans fer the fall project, to HEARINGSupervisor r
be November 22. Ned
October 29, at the Masonic the state.LadK.b.. Miller sponsored on ,
Mrs. Norma S. White is Band ".
t all, 913 Jefferson, at 3 p.m. is grand matron. Others are !.
director and Dr. Arthur C.Ma-
A program has been planned. J. E. Bradyard, state depart
Master Masons, Eastern Stars, ments; Daniel Hudson, pre. dry Is principal. of Elections J
Heronles of Jericho, Daughters sldent of the'Masonic club and of Ji
of the Sphinx, and all Ladies the Wishful Master of Eureka MEMORIAMIn i
and Knights throughout the state Lodge No. 51. Lady Juanita IN i
McLendon is reporter.
memory of our son and Democrat '
brother, Mr. Freddie Allen
Il LR who departed this life October Resident Of Duval County 26 Years

nT Thank You .. YP 26 membered.Mrs., 1966. .Gone, but yet re- Former Coach-Teacher Andrew Jackson Sr.High School

Eloise McPherson Commander, U.S.N. R. Service In World War II j

i. mother; Rev. I. McPherson, Naval Aviator 3 Combat Decorations |
stepfather; Johnnie B. Blue Lodge and 32 Mason Shriner ,
For Your Support In The First Brother, Wilbur Allen; Mrs. Appointed Supervisor Of Elections December 1 I,1966 (

Lossle B. Smiley, Mrs.. Mel- I Elected A Director, Slate Association Of Supervisors
Iodine Starling and Mrs. Ullle -
Mae Queen, sisters. I Of Elections (Paid Political Ad)

Primary And Would Appreciate'
JakeGodbehd


THANK YOU

Your Continued Support On November 7th.




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Need Church., Club, a t r yoU.

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Sixteen years ago the Ladles of Leisure Club was organixed. The celebration was programmed
Or Wedding Pictures at Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist Church, Fourth and Myrtle. The Club's guest were the Semi
Civic Society and Saving Club and the Friendly Avenue B. Savings Club. Members of the Ladles
WE WILL COME TO YOU of Leisure are all wearing corsages, are in the lower picture. The ladies in white are members ,'
.eAll; FOR APPOINTMENTS of the guest Semi-Civic Society .and Savings Club. 1 In the other picture are membersof THANK YOU ::

the Friendly Avenue B. Savings Club.
fill NO SERYIM 01 SPECIAL CRkRGES FLORIDA STAR PHOTO BY: A Paul Crawford .

I&; : THANK YOU; :
w The Ladies Of Leisure Social I & Saving Club Celebrates I ,, \ ; ,.


b' fAMIIrPIC10IES; The evening congregation was meeting were, Mrs. Mattie L, palgn, the Mt. Ararat Santl- '
addressed by Mrs. A.A. Rice. King Mrs. Mallsa Brown,Mrs. palgn, the Mt. Arart Sanl- For Year Vote' 01(Confidence
Cancer
NEW Others participating were Deacon Ethel torium, Eugene Butler '
COVERAGE
Lela M. Fowler, Mrs. .
Baker Rev. J.M. Fund, the Jacksonville Urban i4u
George lllley and Mrs. Florins Wllcox. ,
DIxon, pastor, Mrs. Elaine The name was presented and League and the Volunteer TB ,idp
BABY PICTURES'"LOV Campbell Miss Myra James, chosen by Mrs. Lela Fowler. Council at Brewster Hospital. .J I IOTfl
Mrs. W.D. Easton,Peter Knot, Mrs King was the first pre Only one member, the late Mrs. '
r. LON PRICES" C& Shootes. Sr., W. B. Margraves sident. Others elected were Emma Walker, Is deceased.The ,!:, ) hnr
Miss Sherrie Knox, Mrs Brown, "k.pre.1dentiMr. ; club's program reads."Weare '
l Irs. Janis Johnson, Mrs. Itiley, recording secretary blessed to have thirty-fire ,. Help Elect Eric aP. SIMPSON ;: ::
COLOR OR Carrie Lockett, Mrs. Maggie Mrs. Fowler, Financial members and one mascot. Today MMM :* t p
Black, Mrs. Theresa Aaron, secretary and Mrs. FiorinaWUcox we humbly thank God for, :g r ... -.f 9111t 'J" lj, J. .
__ Mrs. E.M, Thomas, Mrs. Flo- treasurer his guiding !band that has keptus l UaqoiooTo
WHITE sine Wilcox and Mrs, Mattle The down through the years." '
lUCK & The club Is "Near
i i. song official setup Civil Service Board
L. King, president. Cross." The club motto is The present ,. .
The club) was organized on Love friendship, Charity." follows: Mrs. Wattle L. King,
October IS. 1951, In the home Club colors are gees and yellow. president Mrs. Marl ) ,. -
PHONE TODAY of Mrs. Florine Wilcox, 2112 The club pew. Mrs. Willie Smothers, Vice-president, ...1
Mars Street, for the "purpose M. Williams became charity Mrs. Lets M. Fowler, recording firM, 1.
:7M200 of organising a social and treasurer. Help has been given secretary and reporter
,BOB SMITH : airing, club." Present at that to the March of Dimes Cam- Continued on Page M

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I ''U. "Girl Gome" Wins Good Star Entertainer

i "" I Scrubdeitim for Fashionables Only I Reminder I
p ;; ; Offers Timely
Schenley. ; Neighbors For "Wool Mark"NEW ..

C/" YORK--1\e "Girl Came" '(7 style races straightinto 'r
always in G) U.-. well-designed intrigue u actress, Candy Bergen(daughterof
C'tJ famed ventriloquist, Edgar Bergen), pursues her fashion- ,
bound exploits on a "wool marked"treasure hunt through South
center m "" ,, Mint fliqurlli-, America.KcTorclul
: on dim in a V\-\ designed to dash durably and
: of things ,i". and infrrmM. r minute color fine-rial proclurerllor fashiorally around any continc 1 I
urn Inched' lit u purl Mr television under the joint nt from takeoff lo lourh.down
T Trl and we nil Hill bring auspirtH of the Word! lIurc.auandlhe with ample ground lime- in \
record I American Wool Council between for fun or fortune (
run just we r
far release in Septemlxr, the hunting
record ulllnii mixed .
'rf action lake's In fast fashion action, BENRUSr
I I Iall, IF Mtinl nf us star'spangle 'paced
31 : .... tunic one linn can wing{ from New' York to Chile, she makes the party scene, ROC ti :a!
"? Argentina. Peru and a happy the art route through must! '-urns, "
t.j. landing hark home.Miss plays, open.field nomr with r ,
!
{ '\ pirl\ Mea! In village children, strips traffic,
RrrgtnR choice of soft
'he
fun because you cnn +
R 1 rides the and digs deep A
j
1( ; supple1 wrinkle'she-elding pure range
>onr fitnnlc disc
virgin wool fashions provide in search of rewarding due to '
'!}' oripin it ,
\\4 ., covcj the viewer with a "IHlm.in par the ever elusive treasure.Fabrirx % 's
for
n imcr )onr
with color
jacket with irvilnn ado of citified dresses countrified explode \ rs
fiiiiLs, fitted coat costumes on pure wool chinchilla cloth. ,rr al s .
f piper color In. its n *iM print t/I >Kldlyhclltd, lean, vtsledpant. dourilu,fared gabardines jirinti'd
In
sure
suits. and bias rut, shoulder with dimensional overtone,
c.'s Cut II itching baring, discotheque knits that soft meltons, flares! wool
the inner ring! of the
Balms, vtlcurs, starkly
striped
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flush her far ahead of the competition
ThaI hit 'f
(
itssurcs )mfr .
douhle.knit.! Naked
patterned
in her video escape| to kt
'< "ith ilcO'cr. Now hf
Wools" and wool 1
s crackling
: 'nod time! the Ptruvian highlands land of
.
the artful I Incan Empire Each Iwe*'ds..Silhouettes
i h mad again! IIf m\. reflect the new
she
design wears throughoutthe
ill m)' lime In the bath-, film beam the "wool mark"qllalily trend toward more definite fit,
'Seal dnn Irate miKh lime / lain I awarded hy the flickering movement' and flue'tuatingiumlimx '
f
fame, who stars In
of trie-vision and rrrnrdintf
else I admit there lA'hlll' lff!"am
.
Wool Bureau of fashions
ey ,y. hut how' else ran ap,. the role of t.corRina, In Hallelujah, llahy," lurn back Ihr clock
l host and I
proved as "the world Leading east west coast and
hair, fix m>' makeup, oll'ondcrlully virgin wool. manufacturers whose "woolmark" musical hit now well past its ZiMith llroadway perfeirmanef
mils and ncrlhlnn ..pure acid going strong, takes. dressing room break In remind every one to
k '* necessary* soft scrubbed denim. h.rcally conn up in the .Jft. tire.le'KM designs travelability topflight tn Miss i turn back their timepiece this Saturday evening for a welcome
hue: H poml: hut world Iron bun; .i fuonlc in casual spits'lswrur ilont1! Alert, HergcnK film wardroU include. extra hour of rest
: Ion1 ilhronim, must: )e>uny clisiinirx, i ;,pre ncMmy this rin.fi.il I Iilhricilh the I I laded, Art III,JeianArkm, Ilrmrhrooklaret ,
vo lrthis: limit t worn .look 11 their more stipnislii I iff ( Dalton David St>'mDominniiie ', A Picture Story. .
at the bithroom In ilid I lines this SpringSi.ruhili.niin side md a di im ilie tinyliidhliek *, Junior Sophisli
und blur punt on I Ihc: \
\ thud iihsnlutcl cnn HCllleI I ,hy Canton. A "ko.(.11..tliessof: Ihc sumac reverse rates Lied & Gust, dinori Seasoning For Winter Windows
+un\where else liMik Mills. his hi.in 1'.1111."mc,1 I two f.lhnm.l I ikis this n very ills Modelia, Susan Thomas, Irs, _. ._
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und shinnpoomii I will pcill" ps the most' lid.'il1e,1 tine live cnsimhk:, I lot, her tree' 'r i'lit.. Joan Leslie 1 MamNillcMori ., rr 4 ""' T'rrt
a makeup center design ides in IdIIFIInd: Mouse Kiuliq, Miss Illiclminhis f .SchrmlcrM-S. Couture.
IIn,1 I ask I 1),11 In purl} wi ir this si:iMin: the use of .
rixiiii ilso used I IIlherhIII\'\ nfSiinhdeniin a Itembranelt, Wilroy Youth e {y
printed ci'"unimr"rte.1 from
i
"u don hose a dress I with North Afiienn Guild Collage; *. Atelier and .
Africa. 'I I hi si primitives in high
luck for iin old one eolors, have liken the I I'.1, fish 111"'lh' printed aids I lie' "a, 'icsisl : Royal H iU'<4.
r
$330 S5U up (1r improvise with, ion m.irket hy storm. md the vinety ; mclhol. I Ihts u tighter liftnre" (leilhiH for "The->irl dame
on n il irk I h"LllrllllflllIn,11I I u"
of drivers Keep nil of rmiisiid: rltlernIIrrear.. vcr.c" tcchmq which d,ilcshul arc all nf the' finest 'pure* wool a a. 'veil
Pt.11S/ Ott ncilK it hlnd.: iir lo he endlessNew to early:: African endures, 'I hiiinllc leMime In Ami'nca. set in high
llMDttWHISW.WMWf HtfllKUTMl mirror with pond I lightl York designer I II i/cl :. velvety Ihiouth (the mill" fashion gear, and launched expressly N
IMtlTI pet n small hued: ,10!;.Llllan. hits made;i : 11 reversible Seriilxlenim mites t'inlifcillj' rdi ) for travel' gambits d e
SCHWIHOISTCO N 1 .
mirror or uroimd the neck mir r uncoil which is II red knockout with these tridiliond p lie ins on whether' close to shore or far 'r1s
For for hick ucwing| 'Ia I tuny Seriihlcinm u on one I smooth cull on."YOUR afic'Id, r
+' dj5py
As surprising as mystery
u. endings ran IK'. it is never a
ftecrxt that andy Bergen is
DOLLAR I surrounded hy tre'asurablctransxeasonal >.
fabrics in each:
BUYS MORE wool mark lahlfhhl' wears
a.s she* glides terries the Andes
.. to herald 'the Ar."'CM an Way
AT YOUR BANNER with WiMil'
From a "why not" approachof
h of dipping something comfortable ---
FOOD STORE" (or, airliornc hours, tot Fir thus he-nltli of your: feet,
QUANTITY SPECIALS GOOD Jilldaik zinpH Jumpc drcuHl fttrckhh'.bhunid. .nevii IM Mom a .. ... ..
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f THROUGH SATURDAY \ with gaucho h l'lor pounding Hi mud Unit( without hefnir KudsulI -
RIGHTS RESERVED thp Pampas, Miss Iltrgtn is. 'UIIMIS' .c ri'>'iiiK jHiKpirntion" issue llcrld for seasoning. hi'rim for se'ml, heron for iolrn-sl during
tin dull winter months! All are potmililt In a H Ii'dew, I'ut
i/l tin sunny I
mobility In her oust In dourichof iitliliti
lection i: of personified"wool: mark" clothes 10.I lust, up herb plant' from the garden during the fall.
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", \( <:iWVVj'lODR G\J\Dr. .'.here's the "h, rty" for creative wry



"B\JDGfT: G fjlCJterg:

\ Beef and Bean Main-Dish Salad
Pamper Your Family WithA
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l. 't\. Hearty..rolorful "Beef and Green Dean: Salad" I I. a meal In Itaelf-
"'" and a delirious one'!
MEA I t- The beam are Mr. Blue Lakes-thoiie tender, atrlngleu pole Basket Of Biscuits
1:0: > beans from the verdant valleys of Washington and Oregon where
a combination of perfect climate and plentiful water resources
I MJ..MA iniurea green beans par excellence. by Ethel Moor
Mr. Blue Lake la not a brand name; numerous different packers
provide Mr. Blue Lakes for your eating pleasure. It la the name, Few natural foods fit so easily into a menu scheme as
Leftover Surprise given to a distinct variety of green bean developed in tbe North- cheese does. Cheese la a favorite with early morning toast ,
vest especially for canning Look for It-or for tbe jaunty Mr. Blue In aandwlches for lunch, in main meal dishes In the eveningand
Lake mbol-'A'hen you look for a top-quality: vegetable for late night I snacks perfect party time favorite, too
t 1 ea'A Since October la Cheese Festival Month, we've chosen a few
"II BEEF AND GREEN BEAN SALAD main meal dishes using eheeae that we've found to be especially .
; 1 can (1 lb.) whole vertical I Hard-cooktd egg alters appealing and appetising. Maybe you'd like to try them.

pack Blue Lake,green beans 2 cups cooked strips rout beef -...- -...--
Crisp salad greens or pot roast

"" .. \,: Tomato wedges Finely chopped onion
Ripe olive slices Sour cream drssslng
\; 'U Drain bean, Line
large; salad bowl with torn or shredded greens.
Arrange; beana over greens along; with all remaining Ingredients
; except onion and dressing. Sprinkle with onion. Serve with your I
a favorite dairy'nour. 'ream-and-iheese dressing. Makes S or ( II
I I
servings
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\" Beef Brisket Roast With

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",. Potatoes And Onion GravyBrisket
,, ,; '
...... '-/ ., of beef Is a thrifty, tasty cut that's all meat, no waste. ) i1
1/1': I You add the good eating of farm-fresh mealy Russet potatoes
.
: carrots and onion gravy and you have a delicious, satisfying din
,j ner. Be aura to select the newly.harvested Russet potatoes from
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: }jf Washington State's famous farms because this choice variety isthe
risers bye..c., l im grown In mineral. diinganutriente lends extra flavor and
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important energy you want your family to
Leftover pork roast is transformed into a tasty meal when enjoy. Washington growers describe these Russets aa all.purpose,
combined with asparagus spears, corn muffins and a delicious excellent for baking, boiling or roasting and appetizing In zesty
hollandaise sauce. The secret of the meal is in the sauce. ,salads.
Developed by the home economists In Carnation Company,
the creamy smooth hollandaise is easily made with egg yolks 5 to S large Washington t tops salt
and velvetized evaporated milk. The sauce is more nutritious, Russet potatof i/4 tsp. pepper TUNA NOODLE CASSEROLE
too, since -evaporated milk contains twice the protein and IS to IS small carrot s lisps cooking oil
minerals of fresh whole milk S/j to 4/t Ibs. brisket of beef 1 medium large onions 1 can condensed cream of mushroom soup
These tender baiting powder rolli have a secret tangy cheese U milk
ROAST PORK ON CORN MUFFINS S tspa. paprika yt cup waterS spread tucked between layers of flaky dough Tantalizingly spiced H Ib.cup pasteurized process cheese spread, sliced
(Makes t servingi) tbsps. flour with mustard, garlic powder and a dash of hot pepper sauce, the 4 os. (2 cups) noodles, cooked
Peel potatoes and cut Into halves lengthwise. Peel carrots and fragrant biscuits are a cache of tempting flavors.. 1 7-oi. can tuna, drained, flaked
4 tablespoons butler 2 tablespoons chopped leave whole. Set aside In cold water. Blend flour, paprika, lilt and For warm biscuits on cool days partially pre bake the rolls for Dash of pepper
2 tablespoons Dour pimiento pepper Measure 1 tbsp. and set aside. Dust meat with remaining 7-8 minute., till they're done but not browned. Wrap tightly: and Soft bread crumbs
Vi teaspoon salt I corn muffin., split and seasoned flour and brown well on all sides In cooking oil. Remove refrigerate up to three days or freeze up to two months. Just Margarine, melted.
W teaspoon pepper toasted skins from onions and cut Into thin rounds. Add onions and waterto before serving, pop the biscuits Into a 425' oven for 7"8 minutes until
1 cup undiluted velvetiitdevaporated meat. Cover tightly and bake In moderate oven WOT: ) JV4 convenient easy and delightful! Combine soup and milk; heat Add cheese and stir
milk Slices roast pork enriched flour extra nutrients. Enriched Add noodles, tuna and mix well. Pour into
hours. Arrange potatoes cut side down around roast. Cover and Using means gaining melted.I pepper; i
2 egg yolks, slightly: beaten Cooked asparagus spears bake for 20 mina Then add carrot and cover. Bake additional flour contains three B,vitamins, thiamine, niacin and riboflavin 1'i quart casserole. Top with crumbs tossed with margarine
2 table.poon.lemon Juice 6 pimiento strips 20 mine or until vegetables test tender-crisp.: Remove meat, and the mineral, iron. Enjoy it in good health Bake 20 minutes In a 325' oven. Makes 6 servings.For .
and carrots variation add H cup thinly sliced celery or U cup
potatoes to
serving platter. Stir In reserved table.
Melt 2 tablespoons of the butter in over medium'heat. to tuna mixture before baking
saucepan finely' chopped green pepper
Add flour, salt and Stir until smooth. spoon seasoned flour into juices and onions In bottom of pan Spicy Biscuit Crescents .
pepper. Slowly" and cook over medium heat until thickened. Serve for flavor interest stir in 1 tablespoon Sherry. you can
add evaporated milk, stirring i constantly until thickened sliced meat and potatoes. Makes to 8 gravy with also top with canned French fried onion rings Instead of breadcrumbs
Remove from heat. generous servings I
Slowly stir small amount of the hot sauce ,
into egg yolks. Blend egg yolk mixture into remaining sauce; U biscuit.
continue cooking and stirring over medium heat until thick i/j cup sharp process I cups sifted enriched flour POTATOES AND HAM AU GRATIN
ened. Stir in remaining i butter, ]lemon juice and pimiento: cheese spread 1 tablespoon baking powder !U cup margarine 18-os.pkg. sharp I
Top each split corn muffin with roast pork, asparagus spears cooking 1 teaspoon milk 1 teaspoon salt U cup flour natural cheddar cheese2K
: aOSALIE
and pimiento hollandaise. sauce, Garnish with pimiento strips yt teaspoon prepared mustard % cup shortening cups milk 2 cups cooked ham,
$ 5COTZ teaspoon garlic powder it to% cup milk 1 teaspoon salt chopped

Old World Flavor-New World Favorites hintsCARNATION ASSISTANT STAFF Dash hot pepper sauce Melted butter U teaspoon mustard dry 2 8 cups tbsp.sliced chopped: ,cooked onion ,

Blend together cheese, 1 teaspoon milk,mustard, garlic powderand U potatoesMake -
+$s--- ---.. ... hot pepper sauce; set aside. Sift together flour, baking teaspoon pepper I
L IT HOME SHVICE DIRECTOR powder and nit Cut In shortening until mixture resembles coarse a cream sauce with the margarine, flour, milk and
k crumbs. Blend In enough milk to make a soft dough. Turn out seasonings./ Add Itt cup. cheese; stir until melted. Stir ,In
dough onto lightly floured surface and knead gently 30 seconds. ham and onion. Alternate layers of potatoes and cheese saUcaIn
Ce lr. Serve Mayflower Pumpkin Pie for the perfect finale to Divide In thirds. Roll out one-third to 10-inch( circle. Brush with a 2-quart casserole: bake at 360' 45 minutes. Top with
your holiday dinners A layer of brown sugar, pecans melted butter. Spread half of circle with one.third cheese mix.. remaining cheese; return to oven until cheese melts Serves II,
ture Fold circle In halt to cover filling
and ; lightly press edges
coconut add an unusual taste-treat to the pie. together. Cut Into I equal wedges. Roll each wedge, starting at CHILI CON QUESO

Carnation Evaporated Milk keeps the filling moist and,I wide end, sealing point to underside. Place on baking sheet. Repeat You'll need: 1 Ib. ground beef, U cup chopped onion, 2 cups \
delicious. Serve it soon-and often. with remaining do gh. Bake In preheated 425' oven, 14 to 16 (I-lb. can) kidney beans, drained, 2 cups (I-lb. can) tomatoes,
--- minutes or until golden brown. 1 8-01. can tomato sauce, 1 tap chill powder, 1 tIp salt, dash
If you don't sift and in the absence of other directions, spoon of pepper and some sharp natural Cheddar cheese, shredded.
flour directly from container into a one-cup dry measure, level Brown meat; add onion and cook until tender. Stir In remain-
off then remove two level tablespoonfuls per cup, according to big Ingredients except cheese. Cover and simmer SO minutes,
USDA recommendations stirring occasionally Top each serving ((6)) with cheese,
NOTE! : If self-rising flour.1* used omit salt and baking powder

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Just at are a great 'melting1 pot of nationalities+ ,

our foods are a potpourri i from many different countries.Bean r >- : :: ;, "- *<**;.:.,,, ARE GOOD THROUGH
This Wiener Bake with sauerkraut
for
example, '
combines ,
favorite foods from two continent .Tne"storeft ':
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Although 'Boston' baked beam will never be identified with r +, i, Is,, ...' ... ... # A. : .... ....; ...'......."" .. '..,.. .jf>!.** .: }; SATURDAY OCTOBER 11
any other locality, they were actually known to the early Romans .
and were commonly served in a mixture with other vegetable

Nobody knows for certain when or where the first wiener was SPECIAL! UP PURE SINESUGAR( : SPECIAL! SUPER e RISK SPECIAL! CREDOBIT SHARP
made, but tradition has it that as early as 6 B.C. it was a popu. MAYFLOWER PUMPKIN PIE
lar Grecian appetizer.
And sauerkraut U not all German as many think. Known aa (Makes 8 to 8 servings) : CHILIWITH
'sour cabbage to the Chinese, it achieved a historic role during
the building of the Great Wall-it was served to starving workers 2 tablespoons melted butttr / teaspoon ground ginger CHEESESPREAD
to stave malnutrition. Vt cup firmly packed browni ... allspice/ :
So this wiener and bean casserole has an Interesting history sugar ft teaspoon ground cloves lEANS
yet It U a modem combination, easy to fix. WIENER BEAN % cup finely chopped pecans ft teaspoon I
favorite BAKE, A LA KRAUT is bound to be your family' New World / cup flaked coconut % teaspoon ground nutmeg cinnamon 15%

18-Inch unbaked pastry shell 1 cup canned pumpkin| |
WIENER BEAN BAKE, A LA KRAUT 1 slightly beaten egg 1 cup undiluted Carnation 02. MilPrtfat
I pkg. (lib.) Oscar Mayer Wiener '?
/4 cup sugar
2 cans (i ID.ea.) pork d beans with tomato laud Evaporated Milk :
tIC cup chili sauce Vi teaspoon lilt I 5 39c

1 can (lib.) sauerkraut,drained Combine butter and brown sugar. Add pecans and coconut. :3 2 UAf99 0
79lat.
1/2 dill weed
teaspoon
Mix well. Press mixture firmly into bottom of unbaked BAR : n.
Preheat oven to 850'. Cut half of wieners into bite-size pieces. pastry shell Combine remaining ingredients, one at s time,
Combine with bean and chili sauce in 1-1/2 quart casserole. after
blending each addition.
Pour
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htegrated Film Ossie Davis Plays New Role Miami Negro ENTERTAINMENT HUES AND CRIESBy

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Ready For Visitors Next Spring I I As Director ABROAD

MUNICA Germanv-NPI)>-Hetekia (Stuffy) S l1th. 58. the
In Miami Beach have a HOLLYWOOD.-More than 150 MlAVfl.Fla.-fcewey W.Knight man creditled: with "ovations, that helped popularized UeJtaa
,MIAMI BEACH, FWD colorful Visitors system of park and attractionswMchny Negro actors were cast in var- Jr., has been named acting Metropolitan ) violin, was buried recently after his death following, a
unique as well as of sightseeing may be enjoyed. ious roles in the Joe Pasternak Dade County Wetart prolonged illness. A native of Portsmouth, Ohio, who had lived
iIIl reached Pleasant via days regular tours on buses.Wfthla beach drams,"The Sweet Ride" Director by Porter W. Homer, in Copenhagen since 15. Smith came to Munich to fill con-
Most may be which 20th Century-Fox will re-' County Manager cert and television engagement
the mainland lease next spring. Knight, 37, Joined the county
tractions are on early
Miami Beach the Bass
In December 1959, as a case *
within few miles of Miami Percy Rodrtguet highly regarded POVERTY SHOW
a
Museum of Art and the citY'sGarden worker for the Dade CountyCbt1dreo'
Center are major points Beach, among<< them being the on the New York stage,
in Kendall.
won a co-starring role as Lt. Home CHICAGO (N PI))>-The cultural aspects of the War on Poverty
of Interest. The museum, at Parrot Jungle, Tropical Para- makes him the
Atkins in the Him, which stars r' His new position will be emphasized in drama, music and dance, when westside
22nd and Collins Avenue Orchid
Street dise Serpentarlum, to
,highest Negro appointment
Michael Sar- cutural coordinator Nathaniel McUn presents a stage productiontitled
is open free from ]10 a.m. to Jungle, Old Spanish monasteryand Tony Franclosa Yyy date in Metropolitan Dade
railn, Jacqueline Bisset and --- "Artlstorama" at the Halsted Urban Progress Center on
noon. There is a 50.centchargeaft Monkey Jungle.
County. October 22. The show will also feature excerpts from the opera
Bob Denver.
i'noons. It Is closed Mon Some 20 miles south of Miami Beach Fla.
Born in Daytona ,
Beach the mainland IsFlorida' All-American basketball star "Porgy and Bess," performed by the Westslde Scholarship
days on
BjS.ln
from the University of California Knight received his chorus, directed by McLln, a star of stage,radio and televisionin
fruit
Featured In the museum are tropical grow- Business Administration from
works of such old masters as ing district known as the Red- at Los Angeles (UCLA) Ilia Bethune Cookman College in his own right.

Rubens, Botticelli, Franz hale lands. This area Is dominatedby Mike Warren was hired as a a 1951. Upon graduation, he enlisted -
Franclosa who DIVORCE
and;: Gainsborough as well as groves of avocado and man- coach for Tony in the Air Force for four
In the
palll lngs by Van Gogh,El Greco go trees, along with limes.A has a basketball sequence Only la Hollywood could be New York served as a personnel
film, and wound up playing the a man a cop one years, BALTIMORE-PI)-Mr Jean Marie Lorick, wife of Baltimore -
andti Modigliani. Two Belgian bit further southward the
achieved the
and slave and
day a the next. supervisor
role of an actor. Said Mike,"Icouldn't runaway Colts star and fullback Tony Lorick, recently was granted -
tap rstrles more than 100 years has two choices: one
sightseer And that's of staff to
exactly what happened to actor Ossle Davis rank sergeant prior
teach that guy anything.He an uncontested divorce: that Includes $700 a-month paymentand
old: and measuring 16 by 40 highway leads Into the Ever-
Last month he his
; has the agility of a cat on recently. was at Universal portraying a tough discharge. custody of the couple's three children. Included: the $100
feet-and wood carvings dating National park to the
glades New his enlistment he spent
York detective
"The During
Outsider" a two-hour movle-for ,
the court and eagle-eye whenit Lorick Is to pay his wife a $400 for alimony and $300 supportfor
to
to the 14th century alsoaredls- west the other southward
TV, which will also be series this winter. two years on Okinawa and received
those free from
and comes to sinking the children. Lorick reportedly earns $20,000 a year
plated Key Largo Pennekamp foul line." This month, however, Davis is at United Artists starringas a commendation medal.
from the
throws the Colts.
Tat Garden Center Is just Coral Reef park. Monica Peterson, bright new Joseph Lee, a runaway slave in "The Scalphunters," one Knight received his master'sIn
west'of Convention Hall at The Everglades preserve consists studio of two upcoming movies dealing humorously with slavery Social Work from Atlanta University -
contract player at the BENEFIT DINNER
Washington Avenue and 18th of more than 1,300,000acres the other is the (Harry Keller -Peter Stone production in 1957 and spent
Street t. In the conservatory are where egrets, roseate is one of the lovelyyounlladlesin ""lie Skin Game which has white blackfriecd the two with
his following
a man years
selling
,miflv species of tropical cloud spoonbills, herons, alligators, the beach drama who appear CHICA(()--.The Chicago Urban League will sponsor its
him to Service in
helping the Bridgeport
with him Family
at escape, splitting money ,
dinner at the Conrad
In the psychedelic sequence sixth annual Golden Fellowship benefit
forest plants Including orchids, and crococlles: dear, pantherand
and moving their scheme to another town. Conn., as a case worker before
broJneliads, ferns and anthuri- wildcats and other wildlife "The Tarantula," a night club to Greater Miami. Hilton Hotel, October) 28, with proceeds aiding the Leagues'campaign
coming
um$; There is no admission once so plentiful In South built for the picture. Monica is In 1962 he to for equal opportunities in education, employment: and
charge. Florida are provided a final the first Negro to be signed to Poitier Disapproves Of New case work, supervisor was promoted at the housing for Negroes and other minorities.) Leonard Chess,head
Ofl: Biscayne Key, five miles refuge. a long term contract at 20th Dade County Children's Homein of the Chess Record company,is dinner chairman.Chess is also

south of Miami Beach and Light tackle fishing In park Century-Fox. Besides her act- Movie Title; Relicts LeadSidney Kendall and in 1965 wasnamedas the league's 1967 "Man of the Year"
reached via Rickenbacker waters from Flamingo on Cape Ing talentsshe sings anddances. the home's director of pro-
the ;county's newest park at VS. Mainland features tarpon, were young people cast in roles slavish humor of the "Scalphunters", which opus numerously fessopma A s director; servoces.of the county's PHILADELPHIA-{(NP0-Wendell M. Lee, a scientist with theDavid
Cape Florida. Hie Cape Florida channel bass, spotted weakfish for scenes on the beach,in"The stars Ossie Davis. Poitier has said so. He has turned down Welfare Department Knight has Sarnoff Research laboratories,RCA Company Pi inceton,
lighthouse is the sine that was and snook throughout the year. Tarantula," in a Las Vegascaslno the lead in "The Skin Game". The picture earlier this week a staff of 53, Including, 34 case N.J., has been awarded a PhD degree in emlstry by the
attacked by Indians In 1836 and Coral Reef Park, some 20 and as members of the motorcycle had- not-. been' east.Davis workers, under his supervision.He ErooUyu Polytechnic institute, according to the KCA Batona
partially burned.On miles long by five wide, includes : packs : on "the other hand, a time when the human spirit is also responsible for the newsletter spotlighting the activities of person employed by the
the causeway is the Sea- : a substantial portion of TV speaks easily of this new trendin revels aganist being told whatto department's budget which Includes company. Dr. Lee has been pursuing graduate studies at the institute -
quantum, a commercial attraction the only living coral net on the Dr. ,Kill On movies scripts. He admits do, even though the directivesare $575,000 for direct aid, in connection with his research work
exhibiting many of the toast: of the United Stat.s. The that it's unusual to find a slave reasonable and right. Then $$1,118.000 for general welfare
fish found in nearby waters reef with Its many-colored and November 2 As and the subject of slavery being the best way to reach peopleis and $1,097,000 to be used for Lord Burgess Receives Handshake
and a show of trained dolphinas blz.rK.ly; shaped fish is 'iewd treated with any degree of humor with humor,since It can make the Neighborhood Youth Corps
well as a growing complex through glass-bottom boats, or especially the kind of biting serious points in a lighthearted programa plan for employmentIn
of oceanographic centers Including may be explored 'NUh snorkel "Good Company"ATLANTA humor in this picture where way. county departments youths
the University of' and face mask by skin and we're laughing; not at the salve,/ "Humor-ls.universal and IPs who ir'Chronically1unemployed.:
. Miami's Institute of Marine scuba divers. Martin Lut- so much, but at the reduculous able to show what great fun Knight and his wife, Clara,
Science her King, Jr., wife and four situations which he finds him- awaits all of us we discard the lire In Miami's northwest section
children will be featured at their self..including slavery itself. redlculous nonsense with which with their son, Dewey III.
Many other commercial at- home in Atlanta on the ABC-TV "Unfortunately," says Davis, we've become burdened. What An ardent fisherman and a beginner
program, "Good Company," at "we've hardly used our national marvelous people human beings at golf, Knight also serves -
10 o'clock Thursday night,November funny bone to attaet the race are when you can catch them on the board of directors of
2. problems. Humor has a way of without their rifles, their Carver Branch Y.M.C.A. and
Johnnie Ann'sShopping It will be the first time theen- putting things Into perspectiveand knives, or their causes waving on the service to military families 4 Jl I ry1
tire King family has appeared we will have successfully like banners in the wind. committee of the Red
together on television from solved these problems when we "If the kinds of characters
their home. The half-hour pro- can get together one day and found in 'The Scalphunters' and
Center gram will show host F. Lee have one big hell of a laugh at Th. Skin Game' succeed, per- Cross.Mrs. Range Gets
".'I: Bailey, the noted attorney, interviewing them. haps slaves will become accepted .
.. the King children as "Ethnic humor particular," among the folk Heroes like

'! they play with their father in the Davis continues, "is an aware- DanleJ) Eoone, Davy Crockettand Business Award
{ backyard. Bailey also will Interview ness of the difference between others America has pro-
Dr. and Mrs. King inside what is and what ought to be. duced." MlAMt-Mrs.\ Atli lie Range,

2994 N.W. 46th St.I lhe house.Television viewers If. we're healthy peopleE we can One unpleasant fact remains, a Miami City' Commissioner .
will have an opportunity to laugh at that." Davis' however: In defending a cha- and Chairman of the advisory
set works of art and various awards estimates that films In this vein racter like Joseph Lee, Davis Board of First Federal's
In the King home,and the can make as profound a contri- runs the risk of coming under Roosevelt Office,was saluted by
I, Groceries Meats Yegetables family will present a special bution to solving the overall fire from other Negroes for First Federal as one of the
musical _"surprise" for Mr. problem as the efforts of our playing a black slave whom outstanding Dady County Busi
Bailey at the conclusion.Dr. great civil rights leaders. whites will laugh at on the ness women, as a part of the
King,who received the 1964 "Mevies like this have an Impact screen national observances of busi-
[\ Nobel Prize for Peace for hs( immediate and wide- "That's true,"admits;'andit's ness women's week. -
SINE TO GO work as president of tht Southern spread, on the total racial situation actually easy to understand Dr. Mary C. Patras and Mrs. -
BEER I Christian Leadership Conference ," he says. "It gives the Negroes will fear that the humor: Beverly B. Jones were also TW ,*" fffffffgfgf JHBBBV
will answer Bailey's american audience, both black won't be understood as being humor honored. Lord Burgess (Irlvtng Burgle) receives official and personal
questions about the civil: rights and white, a chance to see a Negro but will be intepreted as welcome to the Bahamas by a family friend, the Hon. Dr.
\ free Delivery Phone 634-9156 movement, war and peace, and who, though a slave, fcprei fact and used aganist us at Doris Johnson, a Bahamian educator and member of the
other current public Issues.,I i seated as a human being caughtup this stage of the game Beach Senate.
!if Mrs. King, the former Coretta in unforunate) circumstancesand They're afraid whites will .r _
'r Scott of Marion, Alabama, is a wrestling like hell to get out say 'Aha, that's how Negroes MjMtrrlou Import
wxer concert singer, a civic: leader, of them. really are. Therefore, lefs never allow
higher rates
move lung cancer
I and a popular civil: rights figure "All people can identify with allow them Into our schools, Britain People to who Aunt.alla,from New Cleat than the thM of their

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I Ir Voters the constructions of six apartment .
the past or the nebulous type wasn't really a salve.
suppression which exists to "Fht same,can be said of the buildings with 1,044 units
Negro Runner day. They can see how un-, character la 'Tht Skin Game'. were Issued by tht city: of Miami ,
American it is to keep a man These men fought the system. Beach September..When com e
MEMPHIS--(NPl)-An explanation down for any reason. Despite the amount of humorin pleted, the new structures will
I on why A.W. Willis, "Now, men like Roy Wllklns, tile scripts, they emerge as bring the total apartment units
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Hfty-Tblrd Conclave City, Will New Appointment

A ReceliKdS CHICAGO (NPI))- The appointment -
Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity celebrating years of moulding Luther cl newly installed
character: educational excellence, cultural pul'su11sa.ocSacU- an Supreme Court Justice Tirar-
Itles In social actions In college trained Negro men, will degree from Grlnneil College good Marshall to the additional
discuss "Leadership Training For Community Service"during Grinnell, Iowa, on Sunday post of Circuit Justice for the
the forthcoming fifty-third Anniversary Conclave, to be held October 29. He will also deliver U.S. Seventh Circuit Court of
In the John Marshall Hotel, Richmond, Virginia December the College's Fall Convocation Appeals for Illinois, Wisconsin
26 through December 30, 1967. sermon that morning. and hdiana, was announced

The 1967 meeting dthe national we have planned our conclave Eminent persons In education last week.
body of the 200 chaptered, as an all work conclave. There the arts, science, and public The new appointment means
40.000 college trained Negro will be no nonsense or rah- affairs will participate In the that, In addition to his Supreti
men's greek-lettered organization rah activities here" three-day convocation on "The Court duties the hlstorjrr
Marshall will act A
will be conducted under Dr. McNeil also announced, Liberal Arts College In a World making
the auspices of a National Convention that the objectives of the Conclave of Change" Grlnneil Is widely certain motions, such as requests -
Department which was are aimed at seeking \ respected private, college of for extensions of tlm
set up by Conclave mandate'last solutions to current day problems Ei liberal arts, founded in 1846. for the Court of Appeals. M.
year's Anniversary Con in Job discrimination, ? Dr. King's sermon on the cam will also represent the Supreme
Court at the Circuit
clave. poor housing and !In no educa- pus will be entitled"Remaining \in
Hosts of the Convention are, tion problems which confront as Awake Through a Revolution." next Judicial conferences -

Lambda, Alpha Alpha Alpha) Negro people and Sigma men I The civil rights leader, May Marshall's the
Iota Sigma and Alpha Kappa''in their communities clergyman and author earned predecessor on
Sigma Chapters located in: William E. Doer, Jr., Tax 'i his doctorate In Systematic high court, ex-Justice Tom C.
Richmond and the surrounding'' Executive Secretary of the ; Theology at Boston Universityin Clark, also represented th*,
Fraternity and General Conclave 1955. A founder and now Supreme Court In the Seventh' ,
ara.Dr.. Alvin McNeil National Chairman said "The president of the Southern Circuit. "
President, In releasing preliminary Anniversary Conclave: will Christian Leadership Conference Financial
plans approved by the probe into the problems of Dr, King has received Aid Received
new convention department and have-not employment opportunities more than 250 citations and
the local chapter of Grambllng, among Negroes to this awards for his work including TALLAHASSEEA tc41, .
Louisiana said, "Sigma com,end one Seminar In Communications r more than 20 honorary degrees of 1,482 students received ,'t
milled to national programs In would set up recruit- from colleges and universities nature of financial aid ,& ,
the fields of Education, Bigger ,ment facilities where under- and the 1964 Nobel Prize for Florida AIM University dun-i
and Better Business and Social'graduate and those !Interestedin Peace. Ing the 19C6 -67 school year,

Actions which seeks to bridge employment could be inter- I .. J'
the gaps between the haves and viewed during the meetings in ,
the have nots at our society."the John Marshall
The Crambllng College officer 1\ck-Uck..tick'lock...
also said, "We are somberly
aware of the quantity of your Gary Mayoral
the l Bourbon that] :..l
peoples problems as they seek These machines are something new.tiectrtc: Simulators the trainer They are fitted wittt mirrors to enable students to
solutions toward changing Gels Gift From name Everything is simulated, the road even. Those studentsare simulate backing into a parking space as they look at reversed "
"have nots" In jobs housing,' watching, with an Instructor near, a motion picture screenat action on the screen in front of them. This mobile class is a didrft watch] the clock!
education, as well as misrepresentation De'llosINDlANApoLlSNPIThe the front of the room, produce data for a special computerthat specially outfitted trailer which can be placed near a school. ..
or none at all from gives the Instructor at the master control console in the The computer monitors student performance and tells the ",t
the! ballot boxes. This is why ( rear, continues reports on the student's performance These student what to do to correct errors. In other words. when you "
Indiana Democratic Club Inc., Raytheen "cars" are used with the company's! Aetna Drive- complete a series of training in the simulator you should be
officials has donated $2,500 able to drive Pictures By RaytheenPubllc Relations. eII 010 ';;'
Negro Losing Identify from the club's Building Fundto

Siys CORE Leader 7.election help Hatcher finance campaign Negro the Democratic of November RichardG. TV RadioPersonalities Howard's Dean High Court To Use 1866 Low : CHARTER ::2:


James BLOOMINGTON Farmer,former Ind.-{(NPI head>- nominee According for to C.Mayor Edward of Gary.Warren Emeritus Dies For Fight Against lnisticd| Kentucky's lint'sl IRoulbNm "'"

of th club oc
president approval
of the Congress for Racial of the transaction was FRIDAY Oct. 27. AI 71 Years WASHINGTON-(NPI)-The Supreme court may make fair "
Equality, a recent speaker for by "voice vote" and "hand 7:00: p.m-FRIDAY NIGHT housing the law of the land this year in the same way it out- MISnv':
Indiana Memorial board MOVTE-J'Battle The lawed schools in 1954
the vote" by a majority of the club'sBoard Cry" WASHINGTON D.C.--Lewis segregated l'
meeting held on the campusof of Directors at a recent dramatic story of a group of Dean Emeritus Just as a novel Interpretation of the 14th Amendment to the ;.j':
Indiana University, spokeat breakfast meeting. Marines during World War II. King Downing U.S. Constitution! brought the house down on Jim crow in education ..:i.
of the School of
of the need for the Van Aldo Engineering Civil Rights Act be Invoked by
length The building fund was establ- Starring Heflln Ray and Architecture at Howard a 101-year-old may I:
to develop his identity Raymond Massey Tab mandate to require occupancy.
Negro '' ished many years ago. After Hunter University died suddenly at Judicial open 7
He also said that there Is a fine Lawrence J. Sexton real estate Dorothy Malone and Mona Freeman the age of 11, The law was passed In'1866 Supreme court's own 1954 ban nor
line between Negro unity and broker and party leader who Dean Downing a Virginian,, to Implement the 13th Amendment on segregated schools shows years '
hatred and the Negro must learnto served seven consecutive termsas 10.00: p.m.-W B C NEWS retired from Howard In 1964, banning slavery. The high! tribunal in that oM n? ,
walk It. died 13 SPECIAL-JUSTICE FOR ALL be year, reversed an 1896 ruling cwtVt
president, January following 40 years of service Housing segregation may
"The Negro Is the only group 1966, the Fund became known as An NBC News color special,, He was a 1916 graduate of Johnson ruled 'unconstitutional on the Plessy v. Ferguson) upholding -
to try to by-pass hyphenated the "Lawrence J, Sexton Mem- taking a close look at,the various C, Smith University at basis of a clause In the Act, "separate. but equal" ,
phastf fir Ms'development. orial Building Fund." Hatcher patterns 'ol life, of people Charlotte, N:<<:.. '''and /aM92l wblell'declare, "All citizens- schools. < tilylv'
needs to discover the hyphen In first Joined the club on June 20, who experience Inequities in the graduate of the School of Engineering of'the United States shall have In invalidating the 1896 ..decision .;;1:1.:
order to lose it. It will take when be spoke before the club. law because of low economic: and Architecture at the same right in every state the Supreme court Interpreted 1,2ITIAIGH'
longer for the Negro to be Lake County (Gary) Democratic status Howard. He later earned the and territory as Is enjoyed by the 14th Amendmentto
assimilated In our society because Chairman John Krupa, a 11:30 p.m.-THE TONIGHT' Bachelor of Science degree !In white citizens thereof to inherit require non-segregated k' slD'
he Is so visible The Negro reacted SHOW-Johnny's guests to be, sell schools. That amendment
member of the club engineering administration at purchase, lease ,
has failed to make the strongly against the contrl- announced the Massachusetts Institute of hold, and convey real and personal guarantees "equal protectionof
country accept him as an and SATURDAY, October 28 the laws" for all citizens.
button Katcher Krupa are Technology and the Master of property.
American." In a running feud. 7:00: pm.GILLIGAN'SISLAND Science degree In civil en- The court itself was Integrated Just as the court overruleda
Ever the optimist Farmer "The Secret of GUllgan's Is- first time in by previous decision on school
Anthony M. Male, general geerlng at the University of for the history,
said the racial movement has chairman of the board of directors land". In a prehistoric cave, Michigan Thurgood Marshall who could segregation so might It do with
not yet gained momentum In stated that "it was a Gilllgan discovers an ancient He Joined the Howard faculty be expected to lean toward a previous rulings on the constitutionality ': ,. QtiAltsR
the right direction. There are stone tablet and leaves Professor of the 1866 Civil
case of doing something for a as an instructor in civil ruling favoring open housing f s h
noises on the fringes of the Democratic candidate who had to leave the Island. engineering in 1924 and he was by court decree. Rights Act. i7.
movement that make him feelIt been turned down by his own 7:30: p.m.-MAYA-"Will the promoted to assistant pro- To be considered by the court And thus, the Judiciary would w
soon will begin to roll, how county organization and we Real Irlnce Please Get Lost?" fessor and acting dean In 1926, is an appeal which contends that have settled the open housing r
ever. One of the noises Is the thought it was a good Idea to Terry Bowen (Jay North) winds to associate professor In 1930, the 1866 law should be invokedto question Just as it /handledthe
call by Sen. Robert F. Kennedy help him." 'up In an Indian jail while Rajl and to professor and dean in require open housing school segregation issue, .
(D.-N.Y) to provide tax credit (Sajld Khan) mounts a mahara- 1936. The appeal was filed by Joseph after Congress failed to act. lOUR ION WHUKY U HOW.cues,01.0 CHAHICR OUT CO, lOUISVille,'f 4
for business Involved In rehabilitation Ja's throne when he agrees to i
Under Dean Downingi administration Lee Jones and his white wife
of the ghettos. 110 Pound Jockey trade clothing with a look-alike the School of Engineering Barbara Jo, who were denied
"The ghettos are not going young prince and Architecture rose housing In a St. Louis suburb
to go away," said Farmer "but Best 8.30: p.m.-GET SMART- The Justice _
Reported As from a loosely knit, unaccredited department may All BRICK
they must become decent places "Supersonic Boom"Smart(Don division with 38 enter the case as a friend of HOMES''
In which to live. There mustbe JAMAICA, N.Y.-- A Adams) and 99(Barbara Fe Won) students to a fully accredited court.
Jobs there must be education. 110-pound Negro )Jockey who had have 48 hours to locate a KAOSi' unit with more than 900 en- The 1866 law is still on the
never seen a race track until secret weapon (hat can destroy rollees At the time of his retirement books-but subsequent court NO MONEY DOWN
"The usual equation Is Jobs be was 16, is reportedly making an entire city Ed Platt and In 1964, Howard had decisions have intended to violate
plus housing plus schools equal quite a name (for himself Farley Granger are guests produced more Negro graduate its effect except as a deterrent -
urban tranquility Missing from at Aqueduct race track, the 9.00: p.m.-3ATURDAYNIGHT engineers than the nation's to slavery. ON
the equation Is the fierce desire famed "Big A." He is Ronnie AT THE MOVIES-''T H E other colleges and universities However court decisions are YOUR LOT \
of the ghetto dweller to Tanner who, although winn CHALK GARDEN" Deborah combined. not Irreversible, as the f
control his own destiny." ing only 14 races "on the Kerr, Hayley Mills, and John Dean Downing also was instrumental -
100
r WITHIN MILES OF JAX
this Mills star In the screen-adap
According to Farmer mIlers" through Sept. 14, is in removing racial
means that dollars must be rated "the best apprentice tation play of women who search barriers which had denied Negro Wes MontgomeryJoins
brought Into the ghetto loans Jockey" at Aqueduct. Tanner for love in an atmosphere of engineers employment in
must be available and business hails from Pittsburgh, Pa. twisted emotions. many of the nation's largest
must become Involved to provide 11.45 p.m.-JOE P ESHOW- corporations. Working in cooperation Adderly
income producing property Guests are: Grldley Wright, with the National
controlled by the ghetto former probation officer who Urban League he brought to INDIANAPOLIS-N PI--Wes 4
dweller READ THE recently quit his Job and Is presently the Howard campus representatives Montgomery, Indianapolisborn'
forming a new religious of many such companies guitarist will Join the 'Canncnball" -
FLORIDA STAR cult, which belelves that "Man to Inspect the work of Adderley Quintet and _
lsGod".and which uses mar- his students Of the more than female vocalist Jean Dushon for -r-
Jjuana and LSD! as the "Holy 100 recrulerswhovlsltHoward a special jazz program Friday,
Sacrament" to permit man "to November 24. In Butler University
today, nearly 1 one half are In !
experience his God-like nature Clowes IlaU.l4onfcomer .
search of engineers
SEAFOOD CENTER ." ,, born March 6,
Joe Batten author of a book 1923, "found" music at 19 when HH I:1 $12,500Three
144 N. MYRTLE A.VE. PH. EL4.1461 called "DARE TO LIVE PAS- Humphrey Asks he bought an electric guitar and ::

SONATELY" which he states amplifier. In 1944, be got his I
THE fORMIDABLI BACKFIELD that the key to success and hao- Business HeadsTo first booking at the 440 Club.
REMAINS THE SAME-NO .OKIN FINS plness can only be attained Four years later he Joined Bedrooms

SPANISH MACKEREL through "faith In God." Help Lionel Hampton's touring band
Negro
for two years In 1959, Wes' One And Half Baths I
SILVER DRUM 39CRED WASHINGTON,D, C-Execu- two musician brothers-Buddy
FINNED CROAKERS lives of over M leading American and Monk(the three bad played Central Heat )' j
CORE Leaden Loses business firms were urged In Indianapolis. as the Montgomery -
SPOTS
NORFOLK by' Vice President Hubert H. Brothers at the Turf
eec5 OM LOCAL 1AVOPITeWHITING Boat On Job Dismissal Humphrey to pursue vigorously' Bar-lured him to California Choice Oak Floors, Tile Or Terrain '
where the trio formed again I
39c new ways to Increase j Job opportunities
LI. for Negroes,Mex This led to recording contract. Boils In Range
In 1963 Wes formed his own
sewul"e fLotillA CIDCAGOIIP1)Local ican-Americans and other
LOBSTERSLARGE Lb $1.10 CORE Chairman Robert Lucas minorities. trio and in 1966 he won the Attached Garage '*?HA Specifications i

COAST MULLET .LI. ,JSe lost another round in his ongoing In the first of a series" of meetIngs Grammy Award" for "Coin' Out
WEST battle with tin Chicago to be held across the nation of My Head i

FRESH STEAK fiSH . .LI. 1ge Post Office when regional the Vice President on October Julian "Cannonban" Adderleywas -
av.H postal authorities upheld his 3 Invited the business and a teacher In a Fort Laud- Slade & Sawyer Homes, Ini :
,
ioiCENUIHE
CONCH MEAT m1I.24' dismissal. Industry leaders to join Plans 'erdale High School before becoming e

IUD SNAPPER .LI, 1ge Lucas who last year led an for Progress, the national voluntary with East a featured Coast Jars sax groups soloist P.O. Boi 16066 .' Phone Today :
open-housing march In the all equal employment opportunity ,
.....,
MIAT Miles
CLAW After ,playing with the
.FANCY LIVING DO%. 5100 Welts tulle .MIAT.. .: .::.:: white he would suburb appeal of the Cicero regional said business.program More than of American 385 companies Davto Sextet be formed Adderley his Jacksoiiille, Fli. 32216 ,.v.n bI 72 -9771

decision to officials In Wash employing over 9 million own group, the Cannonball: -

'USH CLOUNOU . .L/ 4se !ington. persons are currently Quintet.
Postmaster Henry W. McGee members Plans for Progress, Jean Dushon has played the cite DEAR SIRS:
:'war: e aril SIlRtMP DEYDHEI $1.49 EJ. had fired the CORE leader last a cooperative effort of business club circuit and sings with the 1 own my lot and Interested In purchasing a Hallmark Home.KUM .

,.. AMIMMMM last December for shouting at and government !Ramsey Lewis Trio. Twoof her.alburasJ'Make -Phone-
e."e s..W rMe a of Defense Roberts. Way rot Jean" _
ISHW erJs1WS at a supervisor and leaving Secretary
gYSItJ($ ,.
Oil CRABS 18CMd work without permission. McKamara,Secretary of Labor ,sod "TotletterBeUtYl"-!
MArroST UIK" .are backed up'by toe trio.She Address -
1,10 Lucas charged he was""lynch Willard W. Wlrts andSecretaryof lrSIiURIIT
WHITE SHRIMP LL has album "FeelloP
a BW
1 I ed" for his civil-right Commerce Alexander B. ,
-- TrmitirktMi Jr Good." due for release soon. CUT State



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I EWC's Defense Minded Tigers Daw Blue Devils In Homecoming Tilt



I Edward Waters' Golden Tigers Sizzling Duel See. little Tremor Made -


n.. Miss 1 ._ Valley :State 7-ft For 4tKi Ainnil ARRCHnn! Torn Earthq.ake. __ To See-_-Action- Herei'U --
.-pThe -- -
1.10. DAYTONA BEACH Fla.-- There art many reasons advanced :
alert defensive tactics of the.oolden Tigers of EWC With all seven of the divisional for the startling turnabout ;
intercepting three passes, along with Walter Simmons' bustle champion In the C Sports of Boston's Jim (Earthquake
In blocking two would be punts played an Important role In Racing class expected to compete ) Hunt, a onetime
the defeat of Mississippi Valley State College 27-6. a sliding duel Is a safe part-time performer who suddenly re
'EWC drew first blood early in the first period when Frank forecast for this SCCA racing has developed Into one of t
Portler, bulled over left tacle from two yards out to complete group In the fourth annual the American Football League'sbest e
67-yard drive. American Road Race of Cham defensive tackles.
Simmons displayed some of his outstanding ability for the pions at Daytona International Most d his teammates, how-
homefolk that was almost a duplicate of two blocked punts Speedway on Sunday, Nov. 25- ever, tell you Hunt became the
against Albany State at Albany the previous weekend. 26. real Earthquake the day
'Simmons' first block was recovered in the end tone by Sam If all area titleholders are on Little Tremor came into his
Hewsom while William Shepherd jumped on the second one hand, five McLarens, a LolaT life.
for another six points. 70 and Genie Chewy will go Little Tremor Is the nick r'q'
The finally tally came late in the final stanza when fresh to the starting grid to deter- name tagged on HooPs son,
man quarterback Leon Chande hit Israel King on a 60-yard mine the national champion.All Greogry DeLester Hunt, born ?VS .4t' ; l
(pass play of these cars are capable of early last season nd the focal h4 e ,
Kicking specialist Teddy Higgins booted three EWC PATs for hitting 180 miles per hour on point of Earthquake's rapid
conversions. the backstraigbt and East bankof change Into a consistent per-
Mississippi Valley scored their only touchdown in the third the Speedway's 3.1 mile track former from a part-timer
period. .when an EWC toss was picked off by Roy Wllfork and road course over which they will Coach Mike Holovak admittedhe
raced it t back 27-yards Into the end cone for the score. The battle.A was afraid to hand a start-
point after was no good. bulging field is assured, ing job two years ago I
Defensive standouts for EWC's Tigers were Simmons New- for the ARRC has two fin- "I'm afraid if I start him
.om. Carter and Koufack. ancial backers this year he'll go right back Into his I
With the homecoming victory over the Blue Devils of Mississippi Newspaper Enterprise Association shell," Holovak said at the I
the Tigers brought their season's standing to 42. and Nine Flags in- time. "lie puts on a few plays
ternational. and then it seems he lets

w' ; up.But" he doesn't anymore and

will be one of the problemsthe
M; Oakland Raiders will haveto
Ills/li contend with Sunday when
they meet the Patriots at Dos
ton in one of four games on F
the American Football League
i frii1 program. In the others, New
", ,
York is at Miami, Houston at

I Denver.Kansas City and San Diego at
HwTf
f. Hunt, a 5-foot-lI.! 250-pounder. IM"'O..rI> .7t"!.... de...CJ I,"" ?" .io1' '-'JM"'kWo r' ...
d h readily admits the problems he Alfred I'aywood, 190 pound halfback (23), is shown takinga Beach, Florida. Haywood will see action during the-Gator
had in becoming a consistent handoff from quarterback George King. Haywood a graduateof Bowl Classic when the Bethune-Cookman College Wildcats
perfomer and while he doesn't Matthew W. Gilbert High School ran three touchdowns in take on the Edward Waters College Tigers In Jacksonville,
talk about the change Little the Homecoming Classic against Allen University in Daytona November 4.'This.
Tremor made In his life, he ,_
does talk about the change Holo
vat made. John Hadl Displayed Control
ttn "Mike told me plainly I was N' That I. Sports
Hunt "He told
erratic says As Chargers Beat Kansas CityFor
me I looked good on some plays then goofed off on others. The been that Lance Alworth has made The Kansas Chiefs became American
.MOTOT.*---- | | iiTB"irninirrntr niraniMfcMTftTMhM "r.I years they've saying City the fourth Foot-
On the receiving end of a pass play that kept the offensive momentum going Is Malachi fact is, I think I was apt to John Had!. Now here's the way Alworth sees It: ball League team this year to set a home attendance record
Bessent (on the ground) surrounded by a host of enemy grldders. get carried away. Because "It takes five or six yearsto It becomes more difficult to when they drew 45,291 for their home opener against Miami.In .
Bessent a 210-lb 6-1 senior is one of the co-captains of the Tigers squad and hails from I am so quick if I put on the make a good quarterback get the ball over them. I usea all, AFL attendance for the first 20 games this year, as
I Kingsland, Ga. speed all the time, I'm apt to __nd John Hadl has gone beyond variable amount of deliveries compared with the first 20 last season, shows a rise of 11,2
Also Identified In the action packed homecoming tilt are Sylvester Pinckney ((20)) and get caught behind the line. Then that. He's tremendous. but three-quarter over-hand timy per cent.Kansas.
Israel King ((22)). PHOTO By Bob: Smith. they'd trap me and I'd look He does a tremendous Job of most common" City Joined Buffalo ((45,748)), San Diego (39,337))
foolish." picking up coerages.ln the past Side-armed under-handed and Denver ((35,565)) as the teams with record home attendance -
we've tried a lot things which three-quarter over-hand is my this season.
Receives Service I Award are uncertain. Now we are doing three-quarter or any way it's ''le first 20 games this year have drawn 704,491: com-

,,__,...._ surer things. hardly common. pared to 687,43. last season, an Increase of 77006.
When it around the bar -r
gets so jammed "And they're all John Hadl's Hadl is Just behind Kansas .
that decisions." City's Len Dawson in the passing ee
you can hardly move- ti1. And son Alworth, San Diego's ratings. Dawson held his FIRST TIE; The Boston-San Diego 31-31 tie was the first
:.; brilliant ''flanker, paid tributeto lead 'as did the rest of last in the AFL this season' but then it figured Unnlght.be either.
f' this is probably the bottleneck.It's his quarterback for the Job week's leaders Jim Nance in the Patriots or Chargers.Of .
( called The Sure One.) he has don in general and did rushing Hewrltt Dixon in receiving the four ties last season, Boston was Involved In two
In particular last Sunday In and Emerson Boozer In and San Diego one.
engineering a4S-3l victory over .scoring. The tie represented the seventh game in the 20 played so
kansas City that kept the far this season in which five or less points separated the

Chargers League's the American only undefeated Football Chance Is Comeback winning and losing teams.

...
with 4-0-1 C
team a record.
What Hadl did was grind out In AP's PollThe
I IN4 r the yardage in the first half, Player ON INTERCEPTING: Larry Grantham the New York-Jet's
/ blldlng a 24-14 lead while Al- Associated Press votedto linebacker, made two key Interceptions In a 27-14 victoryover
worth caught only one pass for name Dean Chance of the previously unbeaten Oakland, both in the second quar-

I .. .. .....-. eight yards. That's what got Minnesota Twins the American ter when the Jets built a 7-0 lead to 17-0.
: the usually placid Alworth to League's Comeback Player Grantham returned the first Interception 36 yards to the
PRESIDENT-COACH R.W.E. Jones (GrambllngCollege) speak out. of the year in a recent poll Oakland 1'7. setting up a touchdown and grabbed the secondon
was presented the Sport Magazine service award for Octoberfor "It's been a great injustice that saw Chance take 156 votesIn the New York 38, the Jets taking It from there for a
"outstanding contributions tothe advancement of community for people to say 'Hadl's got the balloting. field goaL"On
sports programs and activities" by Joseph R. Becker of Lance Alworth.; Well, he didn't Dean, who rebounded this the first one there was Just a tremendous rush,"
s/ McFadden-Bartell Corporation New York City Jones was have me In that first half, and past season to win 20 games, Grantham explained. "I looked back Into the backfield and
named NAIA Coach-of-the-Year after guiding the Tigers to a he called a tremendous game. finished the worst season of his saw (Daryle) Lamonlca holding his arm up. He. didn't know
n / 37-3 record and No. 1 rating nationally In small-college Look, I wanted the ball on cer- career in 1966, when he posteda where he was throwing it.
Circles. GRAMBLING PHOTO tain key third down plays, But 2-14 record. "On the second one I saw (Al) Atkinson take the back who
John knew that he would have Of the 355baseballwrltersand came in close. I just got In front of the second logical receiver -
I 4srrr srsU to throw into their coverage.So broadcasters taking a part in the (Warren Wells)."
: Cage Season's.Opener he wouldn't throw the ball annual Associated Press Poll- The two Interceptions were one more than Grantham had
1 : to me." Ing, Chance was followed bj'out. all last year.
-j t\\ .., : AnnouncedFor Coach Sid Cillman echoed the fielder and teammate Pol Allison "Last year," he explained "they weren't throwing them tome
: sentiment: ,.with 59 votes. ."
"I've never seen a quarter .
BRAND NEW Dec. 4 back control the ball as John
did In that half He Just went All Americans Honored
I \ 1967 VWSEDAN ,.: TALLAHASSEE Fla.- The thump thump thump and down I
$ Florida AIM University basketball "
\ ; team will the the field __.._._ .__._ __ .. ... ._ .. .. .. m .' .. __ u. _
uuuftsniui Hi' uwiiiinc.tailing:: \ _- ,IIP.IN1f.65. RAIH MYIkI.SPQIIaNIGHTLY open up And that's exactly what Hadl
: Ii 1967-68 season against Albany wants to do."Johnny 4 '
169850 State College on December 4, Unitas seems to have 1
in the Jake Galther Gymnasium. the theory of going for the bomb
DELIVERED IN |LAX The Rattlers lost only two and the spectacular play,"Hadl
ENTERTAINMENT fi4l'* she see. ;,- that won the Southern Intercollegiate the' club like Bart Starr did

Jeitaring s Athletic Conference last year, get points win games
tournament championship.ON and let everythingelse take care
Eegere Catlin- r of Itself. Over the Ung season,
I ball control is more ImportantIt's 1
: Griffin ; ARMY.RESERVE. the only way to go for 15 or

W The Army Reserve Mis. 20 games
Volkswagen As for the everything else,
IITE"I sion provides for train.
.
s Hadl's taking care of that, too.
inc.
ed and
qualified Indi. He completed 17 of 32 passes'
1150 EAST 8th.ST. viduals and units to be' against the Chiefs for 307 yards 1
at the '
organ a 354-909) r ready to reinforce the and'two touchdowns while holdIng -
'* a .. a. active Army. the No.2 spot In the quarterback
With His ComboAIIOI.eI. standings. He now has
passed for over 200 yards In
each of San Diego's games and s** 7 r I c
10W COST'Face has had only three passes Intercepted -

.. Oir How the least in the .:.. ..- .' .
; .1t
Of league. .. -.- .---.....-.....\- ,....:.Jt...._" ,
Price Policy Lifting And that may be a result of the
small adjustments the Z'7-year- FAMU ALL-AMERICAS RETURN FOR HOMECOMING-Twelve former Florida Aftlt
"YOUI HOME IS OUR COXCttX" old passer has made In his five- University football stars who earned All-America honors during their playing days at
plus seasons In the AFL. FAMU returned to their alma mater for the Rattlers' homecoming tilt against Morris
Cocktails 48t & 58* Hoof 'CarpcrU Torches "A quarterback must be able Brown College recently. Seated, left to right, are Leo T. Harrison, Fhenlx City, Ala.;
j to throw with different speeds Macon Williams Tallhassee; James W. Everett Miami; Howard D. Gentry Nashville,
During Cocktail Hour Genital Boon and deliveries, even side- Tenn.; Clarence DeValt, Pensacola; and Thomas Jones, Miami Standing! left to right,
Uses Aid armed or-under-handed," Hadl are: Samuel T. Marshall. Riviera Beach Al Frailer FAMU; Atkins Hepburn, Miami;
explains. "Those defensive Bernard Ingraham Miami; James S. Moore, Palatka; and Jim Tullis, Miami

5:3O p.m. To .93O p.m. Additions AM Our Specialties linemen are getting alter, and FAMU staff photo by Ernest FUlyau.


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I Namath's Misfortune Paves Way For Oilers' Defensive Backfield C* !!.I




I Gibson Wins Second Braves' VP Pets "Sacod-Dagree Hack-Belter" Hosstoa'jjjpefeastve Backfield


CorreHe Cooverfible Cortv OB Block Sets I
Bob Gibson, 31-year-old ace --- AFLggecord Against JetsWhen *

pitcher of the St. Lads Cardi- ATLANTAPau: Richards,
the 1966 season ended Miller Farr was In San Diego,
nals, sells cars In baseball's Vice President of the Atlanta
Ken Jouston was in scfiool at Prairie View, Jim Norton was
all season. During the season, Braves, recently announced that j\ I hfs '
In jeopardy of losing IJob and W.K. Hicks was In between t
he wins them. Rico Carty a .305 life time _vj 3 tf injuries. MY'
.
For the second time In four hitter would be traded if the : a t
Now they're in the American Farr, the left cornerbackj
Gibson last price is
week right
years, woo i
Football League record book. "He's a real slow-moving guy
Corvette Richards in the midst of
.
the convertible that reshaping
Together the Oilers' ..-.made who's always paying a lot of atr
to the the foundering Braves
goes outstanding playerin defensive secondary pushed tentlon to what's going on. H%
the World Series. In the 1964 after their seventh place finish
their way in last Sunday by Intercepting can tell Just about what's going
in which in the National
made
series, the Cards defeated League,
six of Joe Namath's on. When a man makes a move
the Yankees Gibson It plain and clear he 6
won prefers I s
passes and returning the steals he knows what the pattern's got
two big ball games and earned speed to power. 245 yards as Houston and New ing to be. A real cod guy who
first Corvette. This As for Carty whose career +
his year he York played to a 28.28 tie. The .gives the other player a little
even better. He won three average dropped some points
got return yardage bettered tie chatter to pep 'em up." |
games and the Cards took the following a slump this past 'revtous record of 204 set< by Houston the left safety: ",las,
series from the Boston Red season, batting .25$ will not Li osfci ag&i.ist Houston: 1963 real quick feet,Is tough.A tack,
Sox four to three. be given away, Richards said.
games
Farr, a 6foot3,188pounderacquired ler who will hit you.The reason*
Gibson suffered a broken leg "We could have gotten t bundle from San Diego In a we put him In there is he's tall,'
early in July when a line drive for him after he hit .326 in
.
trade, Intercepted three passes has good weight and will hit.
from the bat of Roberto 66. But you don't get those for a total of 128 yards, Including Has got to learn some things
Clemente caught him on the kind of offers after a terrible
a 51-yard touchdown. that will come with experience
He was not back in slump like Carty suffered this
shin. action Houston a 6-foot-3,190 pound of covering a good-looking
unty late in the season past year." rookie who was the Oilers' prospect. .

and Cardinal manager Red First baseman Felipe Alou No. 9 draft choice, stole one Norton the right safety!!
Schoendienst chose him to pitch has been ordered to prepare pass and returned; it 43 yards "Calls the coverages. A smart|
the first game of the World himself for the center field Job for a touchdown.And football player for spotting

Series against the Red Sox. by catching 20,000 fly balls Norton and Kicks each matlons. Studies up a lot an4

The big right-hander responded this winter. Alousaldb.doesn.t picked one off in the final quarter talks to the young kids and tells
with a six -bitter as the mind moving to center but the Hicks on the final play of them what to do. Good tt taking
Cards won' 2-1. In the fourth 32-year-old Dominican Republic the game. the best angle and saving steps:

game Gibson came back witha native said he would like to In addition, Houston apparently The big thing about him is he

five-hit shutout, giving the also make some sort financial gave the Oilers the momen- worked with a track coach before
Cardinals a 3-1 edge in the arrangement for catching all ;,,
xtl. tum they needed In the closing coming to camp and got
series. After the Red Sox those fly balls. I I moments of the first half when his time down to 4.9 for the 40-

won the next two games GIb- xti I they trailed 20-0, scooping up the first time he's ever been

son wrapped matters up by Local Driver Wins r a blocked field goal attempt and under 5.0"
pitching a three-hitter in the .: a br racing 71 yards down the side Hicks, the right cornerback:

final game. He even homered Racing Championship : d t 7Y lines for a touchdown. "He's real graceful on his feet.

as the Cards won 72. ..:.-.., 1r. + ...:. _.. What attributes do the four men The year before last he led the
Such feats were not predicted Jacksonville sports car racing playing: as a unit' for the first league In Interceptions, but last
for Robert Gibson as a driver PeterH. Gregg, who Former Jexoa Named Regional year have been able to Inter- season he had a poor year because -
child In Omaha, Nebraska. lie has carried the local colorsto Samuel Cooper Leads cept on Namath? Here's the way of Injuries. He has good

was so sickly, his mother numerous racing events Director Of Karate Federation Walt Schllkman, the Oilers'defensive speed-- not real exceptional.He'll
thought he would never make it throughout the Country won backfield coach sees It: play off a player and tell

through his childhood. When he another victory at the Sports A former Jacksonville resident was recently named Regional by the expression of his body

reached high school he was so Car Club of America road SIAC Pass ReceivingSamuel Director ot Florida, Georgia and Alabama in conjunction with Raises Vikings LeadThe whether the ball's coming."
skinny that the football coach races held In West Palm Beach The leaders In the major team
of the pass catching the all Japan Karate Federation in Philadelphia, Penn., and
told him to forget it. He did, recently to clinch! first placein identical Cooper twins at received his second Black Belt promotion. valiant Vikings of William Raines are currently leading categories, meanwhile, remained -

becoming instead an all-star the SCCA National Cham- Bethune-Cookman College top Bernard Collins of Cocoa, class consists of 95 percent the Gateway Six with a 3-0 record, and an overall! mark of 6-1 the same. New York

in basketball. pionshlp.in the Southeast Di receiver in Ui SIAC Confer- Fla., where his employed at white and 5 percent Negroes. following their H-0 thumping of Campbell in Daytona last leads in total offense and pas-
'
He went to Creighton Univer- vision week. sing offense Kansas City In
Bernard Collins has Just returned -
ence. JFK's Space Center began
sity in Omaha where he played Greg placed first overall and Official statistics received Seiban-Kan style from Pennsylvania, Stantlon and Eugene J. Butler ere tied for second place with rushing offense. Oakland leadsin
studying
first in class In the Class E
baseball and basketball Ills 2-1 records. total defense and defense
week from J.E. Haw- named associate pass -
this 'karate while stationed on where he was also
Porsche
first choice as a professional Carrer feature 6 race, followed driving by a Lee Cut- kins of the Conference Commission Okinawa as a paratrooper,during editor of Florida for the h last week's action; utter was trounced by Tompkins Boston in rushing dee,
athlete was the basketbaUcourtand fense.
ler of Sarasota driving a Office In Fort VaUey which time he earned his Lon to Self Defense Magazineby of Savannah 43and Gilbert was dropped by Crooms
he became a member of
the world famous Harlem Ferrari Dlno in second place, Georgia revealed that Cooperis first deegree Black Belt the EditorinChief.By 20-6 In Sanford. arras of Hastings Invaded the Gator Bowl
and Bill Ashplant of New York leading In the individual After returning to the statesIn accepting the appointment at the tavltol'on' uf Anderson and triumphed 39-12 while Watch

Globetrotters placing third In a Lotus Ford. pass receiving department and 1965 Collins establishedthe of regional director, Collins, Stanton enjoyed aa open date. Stanton as well as the other
After a year of barnstorming -. The nine championship points is third among conference first karate: class at the became the first Negro to ever mem' ers of Ue Gateway Six will take on Tompkins in Sa- This Clown -
a series of'asthma attacks -
won by the local driver for scorers. A.L. Lewis Branch of the receive such an ,appointment. -.aniuJi tills wee'..
forced him to quit the Samuel pulled 10 passes for YWCA. Upon leaving Jacksonville Collins is married t o the GATEWAYW
this effort built his total toa 54
When he 21
Globetrotters. re- figure that assures him first 189 yards and three touchdowns. in 1965, Collins left the former Irene Jackson of Jacksonville II1

covered ,be signed with the place in the national cham- Samuel I and Daniel 0' Plant class under the direction of ,. and the couple has L PCT-

Cards farm'club In Omaha. f'"r' S Ot City,..Florida are first,and. second John .Andrews, who t'was recently one i daughter, Bernardette halnes 3 o 1.000 12 31 (S
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in' team' rating. Danielhas promoted to Black Belt. Renee"1e'Is the ton of Mr. ** *\ 1
.667
Southeast Division In the up- <
been 90 2- ( "
which has clocked at v"f, j 5
Collins Sr. utter I i '
for 77
to-2 -liter sports car cata- six receptions yards Collins Is now an instructorof and Mrs. Leroy eo. i .667
miles 'an hour moved him
the ladder to St., Louis. In 1959 up gory. He will be invited to and one touchdown. karate at the National Guard of 1258 w; 30th Street. Gilbert 1 1 ,500 2 I
They delighted a crowed of Armory in Cocoa Fla. His /ocatlonal 'I j
.333
,
compete with the champions
and 1960,he Joined the Cardinalsfor 5,000 Saturday when Daniel tooka t' Anderson 0 3 3 I
parts of the season and In the other four SCCA divisions .000
showed promise.In throughout the coun- hook pass over the middle, 14 27 15
tie later- ALL
tackled Immediately, GAMESW
1961, Gibson won 13 games try in a special race to be aled to brother Samuel who L SPORTS PARADE
and has never won fewer than held at the Daytona inter- 0132SiSometimes
carried it into the end zone L Per
13 games since. In the next national Speedway to determinethe Thanks- Another Wildcat showing up NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONALWINS Ralnei 6 j .856 He's Sometimes
five years, he constantly improved giving weekend Stanton He's Down
In the rating Quarterback 3 2 He Adds.SubtractT,
winning 15, IS, 19, 20 winner of the U.S. Sports Clewis Wright who is leading GEHRIG AWARD utter 2 3 .600 He workds it all around. f
and 21 games before the broken Car Championship trophy ton with a S1.8 NEW YORK-NPI)-Credlted with lifting the Chicago Cubs Gilbert 2 I .400
punter average.
leg held him to 13 this year. 1967. from last place in 1966 to the National League first divisionin Vocational 2 .500

Gibson still lives in Omaha 1967, first baseman Ernie Banks last week was named winnerof Anderson 2 5 285 HI.- 820 Jfi i
where he conducts a radio- JaxoB Shows Skill the Lou Gehrlg Award by Phi Delta Theta Fraternity. In 5 .285

television show. Ke and his Judging Banks the man best exemplifying the former New Raines Vikings are also the defensive COMING ATTRACTIONS
York Yankees the selection committee lauded him as leaders as they
wife Charlene have two young player, have
given up only 25 points in
daughters. He enjoys working "a player who never lost his competitive drive or infectious averages out to stingy 3.6 points seven encounters. This yield I! 21 12MAN'S
contest.
enthusiasm for baseball while his club languished In the per Offensively
with young people, which doesas Butler leads in scoring with a 13.8
second division 13 his Ernie's 14 full points per game.
a member of the Mayor'sHuman for of ( ) seasons. DAYS'HUMIEIED

Relations Board in

Omaha. GOES TO REDSATLANTANPIOutflelc1er AUTO INSURANCE
Gibson's courage and determination Mack Jones a .253 hitter with

have won him the respect 17 homers In 137 games last week was traded by the Atlanta,
"Man's Days are Numlred.-
d his teammates. Card r Braves to the Cincinnat Red. The Reds, who said they were 25.00 Down, 59.00 Per Month. Health and Fortune Can Be

catcher Tim McCarver says, fl glad to add Jones power to their offense gave up infielder Yours When You Know Your
"He's Just too much. He goes Deron Johnson while the Braves also incudes pitcher Jay Lucky Days.
by sheer guts. When things get Ritchie and first baseman Jim Beauchamp In the deal. No Interest Or Finance Charges

tough, he Just goes all the way." Lucky Colors etc,
His kind of player Is a WINS SPORT AWARD Send $2.00 for your
manager's dream.BOWLING NEW YORK-NPI>resldent R.W. Jones of Grambling Horoscope Guide for
College In Louisiana recently had the unique distinction of SR-22 Filings FREE.

winning the Sports Magazine Service award for making his NOVEMBER
college outstanding in both sports and education. The magazine -

noted that Dr. Jones-who Is an NAIA Hall of Famer ROBERT TRAYIS' Fill In the blank below and

IS ABALL f iiI11Yi i and was the league's coach-of-the-year last season-boosted mall to ZODIAC, Post Office:

rTttdyeaDl Grambling from a college of 120 students to 4,000 and a I Associates, lie. Box 1171 Jacksonville, Fla. ,
national power among small colleges in baseball. In additionto -

being Grambllng's president, Jones is also its baseball I .NAME -
RAIN OR' coach. 121 E.: 8th Street Room 10, Collier Bide. 354-7897
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Palatka Florida DURING His WIFE'S$ three-week Grid Ladies Of Leisure ll1U1C1T I .
May t In a Wpittl, her husband Church Farts' A Gp GBy -- I hired a'Woman to take of miSUMMEk '
care
(Our Readers Social Club "*- *
To :

representative Mr. Willie Hanklns in Palatka.U our their apreh.amity.,.. about They it,were especially a bit Notes FI'fl Willims CONtINUED Saving FROM PACE 7 .RAtfP' IF i

before mealtime Muth to their U rooms, Private bath $5.OJ 'f f.2 J
,Call-7019.him Send at EA news 5-791J of or EA activities -5 turprine,,.evrty evening a famil- The revival at the House of BIP.MINGHAM-.Tbe Golden Bears of Miles College triumphedover Mrs. Susie Odom; chaplain; 18 rooms. Semiprivate4.0C: I CAN .
to Mr. Kanklos.We your. gar! an4 lajj'tlte meal appearedon Prayer by Faith ends October Knozvllle College, 12-0, u apart1a1aAbomecom1nr crowd Mrs Bertha Ayers, financial vIa day and truckers 3.00
the table. 30. watched their muscle men score all their points in the first and secretary; Mrs. Vera Siplln/ 0 or 2 persons) BETTER ;
thank youl Tb churcb !is located at 501 second periods. program chairman and assistant '!'IDCENOOD MOTOR COURT

l North Street. The Bears scored the first time they put the ball In play on a secretary of the sick committee INTEGRATED

MODERN BUSINESS Luke 00 yard drive, with running tacks Samuel Thompson and LoveU ; Mrs. Florin Wilcox, I Ill'US.1,Cor.Edgewood Ave. BOURBON
of St.
District No. I, wink grinding okt the and Thompson finally carrying sinking fund secretary; Mrs.
yardage,
Always Open
764-0003
NEEDS Baptist celebrates their third .the leather over from the one yard stripe. The extrarpo1.Dt. AnnieB. Cummings, business Phooe .BUY ..T!
TRAINED OFFICE anniversary Sunday, October was wide to the left manager Mrs. Ernestine Gary, I
29 at <4< p.m. In the second stanta ulnterceptionby Johnny Dawson, and the banking treasurer; Mrs. AlIce i
PERSONNEL SINGER IUTO'UTlC'caKSOlE. '
The Her. W.L. Glaoton will passing of Baron Collins put the ball on the four yard line. Halfback P. Anderson, sinking fund
lhaaM d, a U.y" / speak.. LoveU Swlnk carried In from the four off tackle. The PAT treasurer; Mrs Mable Jordan, :
ey"re." :: ..+/w+a was again wide to the left. charity, Mrs. Loretha Bush, MODEL
tt.lnn TlMf,)I It McnOrlM.. KiJWlfc' *"-M C 'AU TER: Mchow" FOR !having a spiritual tea Sunday, M. Barker programs and Radio Comb walnut console
punch eptftioci, nit*. 'Men >nd -r': pk witlt* lt ndDAT <* / House, 1408 Tyler. Bishop>> JACKSON, Miss.-Jackson State pulled a mild upset defeat- decorations, Mrs. Josephine f 187.00 or assume $8.00
e.Iles ,..., .n "Sftr*' Everleoa Dunn will speak. The 'Ing Grambling 20-M, before! 20,000 homecoming fans at Memorial Wyatt, sick committee. monthly payments. A-4 Ware- Ih .
OK IVtNINCtCUSJH : Tw/..f hours are <4< to t p.m. Lodges, Stadium. house 1606 Main St., Jackson-
I j a leer ,,,liCitWALKER clubs and members and friends'are The Mississippi eleven stamped 73 yards for the winning touchdown APT. FOR RENT ville.Fla.ISABELLA, .
ITATI ."ioviD ", Wiif/ invited. with 2.47: showing on the stadium clock In the fourth quar
'
Nice clean apartmentforcouplior 1

COMMERCIAL COLLEGE The La Rosa LadlesSocialand ter.Quarterback Robert Kelly, showing a callous lack of concern retired couple. 16M HiramSt. 1... .r

Ilia "Hyitl Am.. w P. 0. /.. 4WU savings Club will meet Saturday for Cramblings pass defense,engineered the turnabout,passing Phone: 3S4-0<16. OF Pans .w
KM.* 151-1415 M .amwtr. call 750004BRAND October 28, In the home magnificently to Leroy Mason for 33 yards to set the stage for .A.mal-
Thats Me! I have the
of Mrs. Eleanor Bowens, 6402 NOOSE ROUSES
Edgar Shlpps two-yard scoring plunge.
ing superior tonic tablets
Lobelia. before James Harris and pep '
The defense sparked tor both clubs '
NEW BRICK HOMES Charlie Burklns teamed up on 10 yards of sudden prosperity for rm. house, hot water beater oiltank for all of the things you want to do. ancient e
The Crusaders of the Heroines Grambling. blinds, space heater and Box 30, $1.00. Satisfaction !
9th Phone guaranteed or Money back. For
of Jericho will hold their anniversary 342 E.. St. :
'
Men and Women. !
Sunday, October 29, at .er+ .ee.a 355-1964. i

03 MONTHInside 3 p.m. at 1485 West Tenth.: p. 0. Sox 130 Dept. S. m
,
ONLY James H. Hawkins will be guest NASHVILLE -Tle Big Blues of Tennessee State University FQR RENT
speaker. Ines Harris will sing. upset of thought of Florida A&M Rattlers going undefeated this Duplex Apt. near Gator Bowl. Gary, Indiana Subgestp4RetaIl! Prices
City Limits Save On .
Other notables will appear. grid season, by clawing their guest 32-8, before 17,000 hometown $45, for Information call owner
Utilities. FHA Financing Low fans, in newly remedied W. J. Hale Stadium. 3593301. -
Down Payment! Eta Mil Chapter of Alpha Chi Coach John A. Merrltf eleven went into the game a 13-point

'' Pi Omega Sorority will meet underdog with a l-3 record but, by the end of two quarters the ROME IMPROVEMENT FOR MEN AND WOMEN
ELECT
MODEL HOME NOW ON DISPLAY: Monday, October 30,at the home score was 22-0 and !had! passed and ran a whopping>> 504 yards.
2479 W. 28th r of Soror Doris Holden, 1349 Merrill's crew combined long touchdown drives, one-play !!Irving Construction Home: 'OF All AGES
West 12th. All are asked to be scoring thrusts, and big third!dowoplaystokeep Jake Gaither's Improvement repair and rooms Take New fPROVED JrA rtffit TANKTANKERSLEY
for those who need to be financed
3 BEDROOMS CARPORT! present. Business of Importance club off stride all evening. down. One TABLETS for that tired run
will be discussed. Florida's lone scoring chance came late to the final frame and no money down feeling that
keeps: you from ;
house for $Z75 down and S58.
was marred by an unusual freak antic. Otis Collier, Inter enjoying life.
GRAND PARK The Northeast District will cepted a Bob Shannon pass standing on AIM'S 8 yard stipe. 79 a month. 1210 1/2. Davis St.' 100 Tablets $3.00.; ZOO Tablets i
hold an area meeting Sunday, Two quick blocks sprang him free as he set sail along the sideline 354-8703., ... J5.00. 11.00 deposits on
October 28, in the chapel of Allen where be really turned on the steam. Near Midfield Sam c.o.d/s. I
SALES OFFICE AT DIVISION & 20TH ST. UP Chapel AME Church. The Smith, a senior member of the Big Blues,ran onto the field! and EMPIRE PRODUCTS & SALES j I Cm' Council; Oi,.t. 7
PHONE 354-6746 FOR DETAILS Rev. M. bell is pastor. Registration tackled Collier as he passed the Tennessee State bench. mm.; APIS. Dept. FB, 5937 N. Broad ray- :
will begin at t !10 a.m. After some consultation between the officials Collier was cred- 706 Minnie' St. 4 rm' $45 mo. Chicago ILL. 60626A A I
ited with a 92-yard touchdown run and Kent Schoolfield caught 1233 1/2.W. Menroe St. 6 rm I wont the opportunity to
The Peace Community Prayer Ken Rlley's pus for a two-point conversion. $45 .
mo.
(' MONEfMIRACU TOP serve the good people of
Band will celebrate their first 1-3502 Stuart St. 4 rm $65 mo. '
anniversary Sunday, October 29 tedea5ee 1-1030! W. 25th St, 4 rm $60 mo. CAN COME TO YOU S' Jacksonville Honestly
beginning at 2:30 p.m., In the 1975 W. 26th St.,,4 rm $60 mo. I' Fairly and Efficiently.
Trinity Baptist Church, Duval HUNTSVILLB, Ala.-SIAC defendingchampions Alabama A&M POLAND & HIGBEE Join this new Prosperity
and Jefferson Streets. Elder lost to undefeated,'united,Bethune-Cookman College,29-0,during -. Realtors Movement! Write today for free Jacksonville is on the
Elect Mose Davis Is leader Mrs. which time the Florida team took a commanding 22-6 lead In 354-8435 317 W. Forsyth St. information. An IndividualYoumay move forward. We have the
r Davis is reporter.New the first quarter. be energized, magnetized potential to become one of
Ip. ..... Clewis Wright passed to Samuel Cooper, (of the Cooper twins) and polarised to attract the
..A {SIr i' lames will on a 40-yard scoring play with 13:08 left in the first quarter to LOST DOS flow of money Properly magnetized the greatest cities in our
< celebrate start a scoring spree. any human being can summon notion. With proper adminIstration -
Women's Day Sunday, Bethune and E WC will meet In the Gator Bowl Classic on Nov Lost German Police male, a Money Miracle.Write for
: October 29. Mrs Clotee Prld- ..4th From all Indications this meeting will really prove to bea nine mo., black. Vicinity of details about this new Pro and honest effort
I gut will keynote the morning defensive test for Coach Ferman Martins local group West 19th & Fairfax. Reward. sperity Movement. Write TO: this can bt achieved.
K.L. service at lla.m. Mrs. Pridgon.a Ca1135 -61U. This I give my pledge to
graduate of FAMU and of the I
OBADIAH' .
K. I., Moore University of New; York, Is a Rev. GuiHovs And Primitive MONEY MA&aet;.,,* do if chosen to represent
teacher in the Duval County "' '
School INFORMATION "HW"! .b. _!"' tr.illy N "'

f a/stem. Baptists Ready For Oct. 29 9204 S. Commerlcal Illlonls Avenue 00617 ('.Id IW hr T.nk T.nk.rlUy)
Chicago, 2 I II

BOBBY MOORE FOB SALE The ministers and Deacons' Union of the East Florida and r 4lT .... -- ------
( )
NO DOWN PAYMENT.' Bethany Baptist Association is meeting at Macedonia Baptist .
Church.todiy. The Rev. J.C. Rogers is pastor. Today's meet-
307 Dellwood Ave., 4 rm, Ing and Sunday's meeting wind up a week of activities. I Thask Each Of You
bungalow $35 month.$4,450
oJ
per The Macedonia Primitive I Baptist Church will celebrate the
Sales Price. .
use Fifth Sunday Union In Its closing activities October 29. The }: For
Your
CandidateCouncilman 1532 Price St. 2'story house Rev. R.J. Galnous, pastor will be in charge. This week-long Vote
Your District $40 per month. $4,750 Sales event has had u its theme "Hold To God's Unchanging Hand" 1 -TOOTHACHEDM 71'

Price. These houses are available OKA.III, I 1ft Aid SupportVote
DM I w/ta/ '!<*' C.t
at these desirable terms Election May 'aet ,.led IrM niiokblni ItvlHKht run.
on an As Is basis. Please lookat I M on-Mia font:: Until I yw. CM IM nv
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SENIOR ClTIlERtHIIIINC dm test' 1 o II milllont MA'JEt KtlSTaaf&SKTrtto '
the orooerty before' calling. Balance Power : ; ; s" T.
FOLAND t HICBEE
10th District ROME '
317 W. Forsyth St, 354.8435 pra-Je'' -=.**
CONTINUED FROM PAGE I OPEN DOUSE Again November 7th
I Paid Politcal Adv. 10 YOU NEED IELP? U.s .Nmergms .... I1M6r
groes registered for the upcoming The Senior Citizen's BoardIng -

\ : TOO NAVE A HOIIEM election, or 46 per cent Home, 1325 Harrison St.,,
? eligible to vote within the par Is open business. The Home I
They come for many reasons- ish. "Chances are strong,"sale will accept all Persons on Wel .( EJOHNNELSON)
Worried, Sick, Troubled Debts, Mr. Cordon, "that the county fare, Recipients of Social Security I .
Nervousness, Money Problemsand going to be governed by a Negro Those receiving Old Age .' -
Domestic Troubles. majority," There are pre- Assistance and the Retired. rFRA
Some have been able to buy sently two Negro representatives Room and Board. Everything 6 VA
': E. Homes, Cars, Pay off old bills, on the West. Fellclana Clean. Will assist them In anyway FINANCINGNEWLYWEDS
Get Jobs,Even Pay Their Child- school board. to make them comfortable.Mrs. .
Shrank ren'. way through college ando The Scholarship, Education Leila White is In charge.
lljr. buslnessess of their own. and Defense Fund for Racial Call 3569127. '
,
All your problems, all your Equality initiated leadership CIVIL
artaches i your sickness,your ,training classes 1964,holding SERVICE BOARD GROUP 4
troubles, could very well be seminars and workshops HAVING A PROBLEM
See The
New
t over with this adopt prayer onfaith wherever Interest was shown. 2 your qualified candidate

and belief J Assistance was not terminated EVERY DAY OF Bedroom
Jesus said: "If (woof you shall with the election: pf SEDFRE- Brick BUSINESSMAN ATTORNEY

agree on earth u touching any tralned officials but continued ... .... ,
YOUR LIFE Homes In 'lid .1uI A. .'".... Ir It rb N.....
thing that they shall ask,it shall ,.,after the candidates had take office
be done for them" The word agree so as toensure the greatest Many seem smaller once they BeautifulCarver
means blending our faith possible effectiveness.Each are understood. Let me try tcjelp '
.and our desire, For specific Negro victory in these you with your Personal
Pines
purposeslt is a faith act that parishes represents not only a ,Problems. Confidential Air
will move 'God to perform miracles. change towards a fairer balance Mall postage to this comtry,
of political power within the 25? Vulcan Inc. i
You can: Write for Your Prayer area, but also sets an impressive II
and Lessons today Address example of what! can be accomplished lIEU ;;: This isthe .'
all mall to Rev L. Ilatton. Post by local leaders Dept. FSN PO 8.3479 :

Office Box U76PompanoBeach, trained to make the best possible Box 29, Multenburg. C.P. nicest
Florida, 33060. Send a self-ad- \use of community potential. ..- South! Africa ,
dressed envelope along with The results of the upcom "
M1'f wr whatever donation you chose ing elections in West Feliciaaa c smoothest
visit our Prayer and Blessing and Iberville parishes In Louisiana
I Service. Call Area Code 309, might weU be recorded< as I 1F Thank You bourbon
972-5342, POMPANO BEACH, landmarks of the civil rights
FLORIDA. movement In the Deep South [ everto come

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Democratic October 24,Primary 1967 I YOIII flU MODEL 01. PLANS, LET' OS HELP 700 ,ELECT for yourself.

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1 .lEABTIFOUUNCOljl ESTATES
a Because of my long business/ experience and JOHN
; civic activitiei.l sincerely/ bdllw that I can help bring to the y '* LONDON Only 9..JS Pt.
< City JackionvilU Cood Honest and Sound Coirmtnt,

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