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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
November 4, 1967
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 02261130
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issn - 0740-798X
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UF00028362:00484

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Florida star and news

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Material Information

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
November 4, 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:
UF00028362:00484

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******** Negroes Mast Vote Tiesrfpy If They WiRt Fair Representation OR GoveraRHRt .*..#. Jostke# #Depf.#



Tuesday November 7 will be'',Taylor, candidate for Councilman. offs but only because they had ,.q ,' ., .n, A check of'the precinct vot r. .4'1M view of the fact that a large Does Not Plan
the last time for several years District 1 are In the run- a treat deal of support from snows that nearly 25 percent pnrp trot;wMti voters}:\ rln
to come that Jacksonville citizens .'' white citizens who cast their Yore' Checkup
will have the opportunity 0'''. votes for the Negro candidates dldates, it behaves Negro citizens '
to vote three more Negroes into whom they considered qualified who have been complain-
the new consolidated government, ,t';"w '} for the posts they are seeking.The log about lack of representation GARY ind. The Justice Department
'o that the Negro population will .':;"i: ; support that white citizens r to get out and cast their votesto 4 claimed there was no
have more representation and have given to Negro candidates attain their desire for representation authority for Federal officials
thereby give the government a ;',: )'. in the recent October 1 In the operation of our to observe the forthcoming
more democratic aspect. 24 elections Indication that government elections this city '

:Earl M. Johnson, Candidate for "things are changing" in Jacksonville 0Ix **** Hatcher Is running without tile
City Council, at-large; Erie 0. and that a large portion blessing of his party. This city
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Simpson, candidate for ClvUServlce of the white community > 06CAli TULOR is traditionally Democratic. I
Board Group 7; Charles stands for fair-play and fair J the Negro voters did not go out Vote The candidate who wins the }
Simmons, Jr., candidate Civil representation in the conduct of 'I-....- ----- to vote on October 24. Democratic nomination the
Service Board,Croup Z and Oscar EARL JOHNSON the business of the city. ERIC 0,SIMPSOI, ( CHARLES SUUfONSJR. It has been pointed out that In campaign sewed up. I'
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to the latest reports.
Last week Hayden Covlngton
sued Clay for, $284,615. Lawyer "
r Covlngton had kept the
former champion from serious '
entanglement with the law. In ,

addition to that, it was noted
ON NEW TOLL BRIDGE that the Muslims did not seem
disposed to foot any of the bill

However, Clay does have ,
,J moneytaAhe bank,but be cannot ,A ,
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touch it until he Is 33.An tU
15 Mississippi' -mn syndicate has put It there
Se i-A9te.ite4, Arcadia Migrant Ii for him. If he gets It before he Is
: ,83 he must prove himself to the
Tell Stettaas Negroes Sire To, satisfaction of the bakers, his

Worker Called Will Nevtmber; 7Negroes trustees.The latest news Is that Clay's .
Opened Receitly
helpers (tot llWe from his bat' '

t5J, .YORlG-Fltteen 1he tie earnings. The syndicate was'
When the new Islah D. Hart "Insurance Crazy"Poisoned are running In the State of 1 able to make charity gifts. A
Bridge opened last Thursdaytwo Mississippi without opposition. r lawye. representing Clay said
the other running that ti.. fighter's father always
Negroes were among Thirty-six: are
personnel who were have charge grits have been suspected as the cause of the sudden with white opposition Political .. _-, had a "band out."Howe mother'v e r ,.

of Its operation. excruciating deaths of, the seven Richardson Children In leaders, Negroes, have, therefore An officer of the Desoto Sheriffs office is Richardson; ; and Clay built a home for
members of the 20- asked for help from County taking Mr. and Mrs. James of furnished one for his brother
The Negro has been ,
staff are Mrs I. La- Arcadia, Fla., earlier this week. This consluslon northerners In the forthcoming Arcadia to Jail, where they were questioned In the deaths of their seven children from what Is Many others received
shock-
person reached on the basis of laboratory tests made after the
suspected as parathion poisoning. aid.
senberry and R. Jefferson. wasdUcovered In the cook- election, in order to help monetary
that deadly parathlon
revelation
lag Photo By Mark Foley Arthur Grafton, Louisville
Their empolyment marks another Ins utensils used by Mrs. Annie Mae Richardson,their mother Negroes vote and to protect
first in Florida where those who want to vote but fear lawyer who beads the backers
Negroes have been reluctantly Evidence aisoplacescuspktoaon away In a Sarasota 'morgue. intimidation. KI( All Aides 'said, "Clay walked around with
the father, James Richardson Richardson continued his de-
$100 bills in his pocket handing
from To
brought Into the state highway Sixty law school students $1,000 $10,000
and road employment pro. who, according toa release tense, saying, "I don't mowhOlt 30 states in Mississippi, item: out as though they were
had u his motive "collecting it could happen." Mrs. having arrived time for planning Go To Jill For business cards)'
gram.Unlike attendants on other benefits on a life Insurance policy 'Richardson, speechless sat and techniques far the Novem- He went on to( mention that
he "thought bad taken out said nothing. Richardson, upon Fines For Clay, once In Louisville for a
''bridges, the corps of workerswill Investigators'Bald '' ber 7 voting. This move was 1963 Violation Proposed
the children. said belied
not take toll payments from on further questioning\ announced by the Law Students fight. Insisted on signing his
that Richardson edll. been alerted, while his wife and check as Muhammad All. That
soloists; they will only provide Civil Rights Research Council BmJ.mlGHAM. Ala, Dr.
bad taken out the policy.In -
he were picking oranges by a was Impossible since thename
change, for morotlsts desiring addition to that,Richardson, him to hurry Wednesday. Martlon Luther King Jr., was Violence
crew boss and told Physical Is still Cassius Clay.Claycashed -
be watch-
It. The toll will be paid by mentioned Those students will arrested and led off .to Jail
a migrant worker would kill
home. "No enemy his check for several thousand -
deposit In the election
the drivers directly to the ful of Irregularities -
deaths In Jacksonville Monday by two detectives who
five other "
Richardson
like that, said and retained the In
container.. with for lawsuits TKe money
plans WASHINGTON Committee approved'a
Senate
Judiciary
where be once lived with still refusing to give light emerged from the first-class bills.Grafton .
In of the attendants will any where civil which will ILOOO
charge former wives.Parathlon necessary. compartaent of his plane. rights bill backed by the administration rive
'be bridge captains, P. J.Signorettl a deadly poison on the Arcadia tragedy. VOTE NOVEMBER 7Granbliflg King wearing dungarees In more federtl prUectlonto Negroes and workers for civil'rights. said that, after that
and E. R.Thomas. R. N. Further light was given by five- The bill passed by a vote of 7-5. Senator Hugh Scott, Penn- event supporters decided
which brings death even by contact Smith-Brown Birmingham to serve a
Landls Is manager of the facility. Louis Anderson, sylvania Republican, made a special trip back from England in the trust fund, setting aside
Is almost sure to be seen school pall clpaL He said be was Students' day Jail sentence be regards $80,000 which had t o be
order to add his vote to the slim difference. Conservative amendments -
as the cause of the deaths say at Ms deal WileD Mrs. Myrtice as a "small price to pay, 'squeezed from the champion.SowhenhewenttoLondon .
VOTE NOVEMBER 7. authorities. The seven young' Jackson, a teacher ran Into his was silent when handed arrest were defeated 87. gland, because of tile hospltalt- ,Clay
Wilt More This bin Is supported by anther -
funeralized Monday in Teaching aboard the plane moments --
children
were office with a girl her arms, papers ration of Senator Thomas was up in the money
jFerwer Governor amid the walling cries of screaming "Something's wrong : after it came down In measure approvinjpunlsh- J.Dodd ConnectJcutDemocrat.
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VOTE NOVEMBER 7
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: brief ment of those who try to Intimidate
the father. Mrs. Richardson with Alice." Anderson rushedthe GRAMBLIKG, La,-(NPI>- .Irmlngham following a Democrat George Smothers
fainted away but revived. child to the Arcadia General Studeitfs in Grambling College flight from Atlanta. of Injure Negroes engaging voted against the bill. Senator CfRiMflfe West
tHtas Hobbs Te Last Wednesday morning according Hospital. Alice was strugglingfor are rebelling against what they The plainclothes policemen in civil rights activities; Dlrkson, Republican of Illinois
to reports Alice Another teacher making the arrest left voting Jury service, employment nixed the bill Elfin intends Sue
breath. term too much athletics and too also : May Piper
education and
Richardson seven, moaned at 'Nathan Mayo, took Betty little academic work. their seats in the front cabin travel to fight the bill, saying,
Sled On Riots her''school desk and Jerked bet Bryant, a stepchild, to the hospital The president of the student of the plane, went to the tour- participation in federally financed "I am opposed to legislationwhich Abort Artkle
head spastlcally. Saliva was Bet ( ist section where King and program. the lederallO'erll- :
was of the
Former Governor Leroy Collins Likewise y body reported a meeting Access to public accommodations says
of Florida said last week streaming from her mouth. writhing in pain Betty died! student body where the students three other civil rights leaders Included the ment owes a duty to one segment Roger West, candidate for the T
that he still feels that any Then, suddenly, forth appread, By this time faculty members almost unanimously voted to sat and,waited for the planeto was mea- o four people. I would vote City Council, opposing Attorney
'demonstration not In the law after a rear from her lungs. In thurried to check on another boycott classes because they taxi to a stop. sure.Violations win be $1,000 for al bill which makes it a federal Earl M. Johnson, Negro candidate -
Is "not to be condemned. This 40 minutes Alice was dead. daughter, Susie six: years old. thought too much emphasis was As other passengers left the or a crime to Interfere with the denied bias in his remarks
in and
prison $10,00
came is an aftermath to the By the next morning five sisters Innocently, Susie said "I'm all being placed on) football, baseball plane, arrest papers were ten year In prison where bodily or constitutional rights of all Americans. during this election campaign -
"unofficial race" between and brothers were dead, right. In less than an hour and basketball too little handed to King and his three years to leaders in ." according to a news re-
rights are -
Collins and Earl Faircloth for following pal/iful and agonizing) Susie was dead.. stress on classroom work. companions. The four were volved.Injury Senator Dlrkson has forecast a lease. This followed after
the United States Senate. eonvluslons.Another child, Later a little Richardson girl Grambling has led small college then led to an unmarked police Philip Hart ofMichigan filibuster against this bin, George Harmon, Jacksonville
The former chief of state emphasized taken to rind hospital.died later. ran t9 the school crying,")lama teams for some few years car waiting 10 feet away Democratic offered the bill u a which filibuster might block its Journal political editor, deemed -
In 48 hours Arcadia a sleepy look. from the plane. Eastland Democratic, tactics that West seemedto
that he nukes BO said somebody come and has placed more' athletes substitute for offered passage. ,
apology for his stand defense' little ton, was In ja "h uproar The Chilian's aHsick..M.tAn- on major league football, baSe- With King were his brotherthe earlier by Senator one and Democratic of Mississippi, .11c1lM1l1opec1l be using. i
aDd everybody was asking Pal- ftev. AJ). King and the filibuster aginst the measure West called the editor's remarks -
of civil liberties or for his role other teacher Mrs. Ruby ball and basketball teams than Sam Ervln of North
everybody else, Who poisoned ramshackle Revs. Ralph Abernathy and woudl stop It. President John untrue and pointed to
as a civil rights trouble shooter son, rushed to the any other small college In the Carolina. ErvlnPs bill
for President Lyndon B. John those children Richardson quarters and found USA regardless of color of student Wyatt T. Walker. They were worded to include was for son, it is said mustered enough, Journalistic tactics u attemptsto
son. At first Richardson,virtually all the pre-sctool tots limp and body. dressed business suits. coverage strength to get the bill through. stir up racial controversies
Tampa law office: said "'!bat Illiterate could offer no ex- unconscious, with the exception The president of the school, There was no demonstration activities.all and excluded strictly state It Is up to Senator Mlkii Mans, West further pointed out his
was the law then, but It has .planation. They were looking at of Dianne, three years old J>r. Ralph W. E. Jones bargained by civil rights group at the This bill is almost Identical field to decide as to the ultimate own efforts In helping bring
changed now." Collins said be the television when questioned. Jimmy, two, was dead before a national reputation in airport, where five Jefferson with section of President of the measure. He gave about equality the Civil Service -
has not at any time supported A Department of Health notice Mrs. Faison could get to the baseball and personally coaches County deputies wearing bel- a civil time for the filibuster or the Commission. He spoke of
Johnson's rights package.
:'lawbraklng and violence: on the door forbade anyone to.nter. CONTINUED ON PAId 15, the baseball team. ments and carrying shotgunsstood passage. Attorney Johnson as a liberal
Scott made a special trip to
Seven bodies lay 50 miles by. and of his own conservatism
VOTE NOVEMBER 1, VOTE NOVEMBER 7 VOTE NOVEMBER 7 VOTE NOVEMBER 7 America though lecturing En VOTE NOVEMBER 7 VOTE NOVEMBER 7

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Assistant Public Defender Negroes are new mem- wti1
Leander J. Shaw, and J. Ui*. bets of the illbty-lirstcJu.01 tIlE The West Jacksonville Garden Circle meet MoodaYNov-
Williams, Instructor at Darn the Foreign Service. They art 'I A ember e,In the home of Mrs.RobertJame..6044 ZInnIa Avenue.
win be presented for
Ml Cookraan Junior High George Moore, Denver; James The roll will be called. CrJ.e1nalIdeU is
School continue to set the pace Smith, Oberlln, Ohio; Miss foliage arrangement Mrs Minnie Campbell president
for the first two meetings of Tommie Mallery of Philadelphia b* 4W
the Men's Health Club according Penn., and Alfred Neal of .eeeeeee
to Program Director, Washington. II III CIRCLEThe
Harold )I. Jackson. Moose is a Grlnnel alumnusand HBBCtS GARDEN

As of this date the club has has been named to FSO. I will I be in the home 01 Mrs HattIe
a total of nineteen ((19)) men He was in Tanzania in the summer November meeting expected to be present to
registered and receiving full of 1965, and has interned Jackson U West 12th. Members are in toe
calendar. The October meeting was
use of the Steam Cabinets, at the American embassy la complete the year's then welcome themembers
The president
Exercyles, Health Walker, Mexico City. Smith, also anIse y+r, home of Mrs for'another Mamie Jones. of successful work Mrs Della
Rolla Massager, Bell Vibrator, appointee, Is a former year
Weights and many other machines participant in Operation Crossroads Seals is president.
of exercise. Africa and former state
Others participating are department summer escert to ;; eeeeee :

Ezekiel Bryant, Robert Edwards visiting foreign dignitaries. CITY WIDE DDACONESSES \
Julius Gulnyai, Robert Miss Mallory, West Chester : i
HoUey, Charles Walker, Jr., State College graduate, was a ; The club win meet Thursday at 3 p.m., at the Mt. Calvary 5
Thomas Washington, Jimmie 1968 Intern for the state depart Church, 301 Spruce Street.
Walker, John Wilcox, Fred ment Last year Miss Mallory
Woodard, Rev. T.V. Harris, participated In a training pro-
:Ralph Maultsby, Roy McIntyre, gram sponsored by the For d :
James Barron, James Brown, Foundation for mlnotlry group>> : : The College Student Speaks
E. J. Norman, Frank Hamptonand students in foreign affairs : ,
Solomon Weston. Neal is a 1965 graduate of -- :
Person Interested In enrolling Morehouso and a former Peace Students going to college under the auspices of the National}
for the course Corps volunteer t Scholarship Service and Fund for Negro Students are showing
tact the Program Director at ;; g increasingly high scholastic achievement, despite backgrounds
the Johnson Branch YMCA. of poverty and broken homes.
Other activities reported were Oil Industry Is According to a spokesman for the 19-year-old service, the.
the tennis classes conductedon median family. income of the freshmen it is sending to college
Saturday mornings at 9.00 CrHiied About is less than $4,000 a year.
am., by Julius Guinyard. Students Some 35 per cent of the 3,800 freshmen: come from broken,
from William Raines are homes;- many others, from famines requiring public assis-
leading In the enrollment of Negro Job Bias tance.
these classes. .1 Despite these handicaps, 40 per cent were in the top 10)per
Coach Culnyard was very CHICAGO..Government statistics -- cent of their high school classes. Almost 60 per cent had A,

pleased with his young players on the petroleum Industry Mr. Willie Robinson, shown on the left, returned to his A M err tt are also] in the picture. Not in the picture, but adding or B averages. .
progress during this short time. provide a shockingly poor California home recently last week by plane, after having to the pleasantness of his stay, .Mr. and Mrs, Samuel According to Richard L, Plant, the New York-based ser.vice's .
On Thursday evening, October picture of Job availability for been the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. S.M.Shlpp and of a Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. James Tollver and Mr. and Mrs. president, NSSFNS has tripled the number of students''
26, the Johnson Branch YMCA Negroes, the Department of cousin of Mr. Shlpp. Mr. and Mrs. Shlpp and Mr. Adolphus Nathaniel Goliver. 'counseled and the amount of financial secured during the last
Ladies Slimnastlc Class got off Employment Services of the National .- three years
to a flying start under the Catholic Conference for The number of direct scholarship awards to students enter..
capable Instruction od Mrs. Interracial Justice declared Princess Naomi Honored lag Integrated colleges ar': universities has been doubled dur-
Bishop Slips New Stoatoa'sOrder log that time he
Thelma Celrer.Approximately. day in a special report. added.
sixty((50))Lad The report is based on data Yellow Springs, Ohio-Students and faculty from three main-
les have egistored for this furnished at the deaprtmonf Os le.ell"8 Qveei Is land colleges have launched a "beachhead campus" on a Hawaiian -
course that will be offered for request by the U.s. Equal Employment island, to test whether they can learn more from working
an eight week period and persons : Opportunity Commission Pa. DIocesMS Phyllis on specific problems than from pencU-and-piper exercises
interested please contact Washington. The commission Kin Seeking to enrich the quality of life on Kauai the most remote
Harold M. Jackson, Program cited 1966 figures for 15 PHILADELPHIA, PaEplscopal and unspoiled of the Hawaiian Islands, are 17 students'
"Director, at the Branch or call anonymous firms, chosen at Bishop Robert L. DewItt,, from Antioch College, Yellow Springs;Vermont's CoddardCol
1653589. random."In head of the five-county Phil lege and Maine's Nassau College

BarracksGateway relation to this picture of adelphia diocese, ordered, last
Gateway the level of ,I7UK mnocn MUMM mm'H mw
Negro Job opportunity week, staff men&ers of the area .
( suTLizenisiasmmRmriv.CAN
Barracks and The In the oil industry," the report to stop advocating civil rights Jackie Robinioa
Ladles Auxiliary No.3131 Veterans stated, "we consider very :4" disobedience, or face reprlsald ,
of World War 1, will significant the recent action of or dismissals.This Scores IF YOU '; <
celebrate Veterans Day at the the Roman Catholic Arch- ----A.oI _.. came on the end of a decision "Hiding"In .
Joe James Center. Crunthal diocese of Detroit, which decided Princess Naomi, In the center, fa! smiling because of the by a 450memberchurchto FJNI
and Hurst Place November 11, not to renew a large annual many courteslses heaped upon her at the recent tea at the withhold |700 from the diocese NAACP Unit ;
with open house throughout the oil contract after the supplier church. 1744 20th. Many guests sparked the occasion. In because of what It cal- A BETTER
da,. declined to continue cooperation the picture are officials and leaders who made the affaira led ". edit 10 u. and treersoooua" .
The memorial service will be with the Project success. They are: from left, Mrs. Willie G. Harris, Miss1' ; statements made byi Jackie Robinson,former baseball .
in the park across from the Equlalty\ program." Annette Harris, Mrs;;Henrietta Braxton, Lady M. Wade,. Mrs some .officials. Jn>addition to star, '''warned t the NAACP ..:MURIM
The went to cite the Luthena Carter and Mrs. Julia C. King this week that the+ Pittsburgh '
center at 1:30p.m.Theprogram report on that there were 'placecard-
willstart In the center at 2pm. October 14 Detroit "News" STAR Photo By A.. Paul Crawford. 'carrying pickets parading out- I it has lost touch with the Negro .BUY IT !,W:

All Veterans organizations and. story on the incident, which to- side the headquarters,demanding rti y the citizens. Robinson spoke before ,,,, ,
Auxiliaries are invited to celebrate Seated that some parishes in that the chief prelate clarify Pennsylvania organization
with us. Please come in the archdiocese are consider- Postal Employees NAACP his directive and said "What you need are
uniforms. A special luncheon ing switching to gas heat if no Bishop Dewitt said that, aftera _? civil rights victories and you
will be served throughout the bidder meets the project's. re- call from Rev. David Grade better get back' in the streets

day from 10 am.toipm. quirements. Urban Le.|ue Seek Justice of the diocese men to burn their yourselves Robinson crUised those Ne-
draft cards, he made the deci _'
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gres who have urged others not
In spite of the interest of President Johnson in providing sion. >rr to serve in the armed forces. JET k kev
equal employment opportunity for minority employeesin flU is one thing to administer ;
WOOLWORTH'SDOWNTOWN group "U the Negro is to reap the
the Federal government, very little affirmative action to those whose concern leads to rewards of this country must
bas been taken by the Federal agencies. Concerned over challenging a law or its administration be wiling to fight for the coun- rro
the lack of real progress, the National Alliance of Postal as unjust." "But," he, try as wen," he said. ailed
and Federal Employees is announcing a program to be con- continued, "It is another thing Robinson
proceded Father
STORE ONLY ducted Jointly with the National Association for the Advancement to encourage them to break the Groppl of Milwaukee Groppi 1 L ..r .+

of Colored People and the National Urban Leagueto law. Such "encouragement is urged ministers to come out .
300 HOGAN STREETto achieve these EEO objectives prohibited and "
Bishop Dewltt said that further "get on the firing line.
dlsoeblence would be punished Grcppl was accompanied by
M SSmrliIiI Area Servicemen. fourteen of his commandes. He
by dismissaL However Bishop>>
to swing;in Dewitt said, the directive Is to said clergymen should stop 4niente
Ctts Give h "preaching about pie in the
yP 8 AMARILLO sky
\ Tex.--Airman members of his diocese. There
straight hair\ Theodore W. Thomas,formerly are 189 churches in the diocese and start showing their people -
To CoMpIaintsHANNIBAL of 6811 Hema Road, Jacksonville 125,00 confirmed members,and Popular Young Miss rnyliis bow to get there" V .
,Fla., has completedbaslc 80,000 baptized or contributing Renee King was crowned"MBS K PI.
Mo.-Two more training at Amarillo AFB,Tex. members. There are nine o n NEW STANTON" for 1967-68
Cw& C9 t taverns in the city have given into as. He is now assigned u a bis staff, not all clergymen. Thursday night at the annual VOTE NOVEMBER 7 Suggested.Retall Prices
Integration, according to the security policeman with a unit There are 220 clergymen in the coronation ceremony held in the
Missouri Commission on Human of the Air Defense Commandat diocese. school's auditorium Miss KingIs .
PoSNEJ\ Rights. This followed com- Tyndall AFB, Fla. the daughter of Mrs. Myrtle
plalnts by Negroes.the Alrman'lbomasllaI981cradute B. King an Instructor of business GIBBS NIGHT CLUB
ONLY permanent curl relaxer Negroes said that on April of William M. Babes education at New Stanton,
22 offered service who has had three sons to grad
they were High School. BBtterbeiHS Of .
that conditions as it straightens only If they toot their orders uate from this one hundred CALLANAN, ill. 11 P.M. TO 31.11.
outside. At Tale's bar, another year-old secondary school.The
one pracUcIn(.discrlmlnaUon. VOTE NOVEMBER 7. inttergeciisSisio younger son Fred became the SATURDAY, NOV. iIh,1967
first Negro page boy from the .

NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENTfeaturing Is DellicmCAGONPIl'unerai capltol.south to serve in the nation's ADMISSION.. Advance. :$2 At Door r1.SOTABLES .

The new queen is a popular FREE
talented young lass. During her
4 services were held November three years at New Stanton she '
for Jodie "Butterbeans" Edwards has worked with The Annual RECORDING STARS -
" Eageae 70, a vaudeville comedian Staff Basketball and Softballteams
who laid the groundwork Cheerleaders Corps,
for his contemporary counter- and has narrated the 1966-67 JIMMY
WHITEat parts. coronation program for the f
Edwards whodledof ahear attack Miss New Stanton Coronation
after performing at a sub- program. Miss King is a member -, "
urban night club, was the male of St. Paul A.M.2. Church, HUGHES
the organ,, half of the comedy act of Butter- The Liberals Social Clab vice-
beam: and Susie. president of the Armed Ser-
cewrurr With His ComboAaaoaaciee .When.his tlrst wU..Ib..Susie vices Girls of America Organization "WIT NOT IllltirFreelo '
Edwards, died in 1963, h i aadopted and student announcer i
daughter, Miss Dixie for la school announcements.She ii i
Gibson, M, Joined the team. also attended the FAMU
$ Oir New While Edwards' form of Press Workshop last year and :
,297 comedy has largely gone out oflItJ'e won second place la the photography cadSaadblestert.

Prko such current Negro en- competition.Miss .
Policy tertaimrs as James Brown. King won the nochcher-
George Kirby, and Richard (ished title of "Miss New Stan .
Pryor hare long acknowledged ton" by popular vote In a contest
CURL OUT is a gentle creme. not I runny liquid) Cocktiils 486 ft Sit Urn aa their mentor. between six other popular

SO EASY TO USE just smooth on the creme. The Butterbeans and Susie students She win reign at BIG
team in 1915 homecoming tonight and other SHOW cad DANCE
smooth out the curl) Duelnp.Cocktail Hour with, organised such performers,appeared u- special occasions sponsored by

NELDS NO SEPARATE CONDITIONER no hot turban, Moms Mabley, Ethel I Waters, the New Stanton Senior High
no gloves, no complicated liming! and Plgmeat Markham School during the remaining WITH 16 PERSONS IN SHOW
6:30 To 9:30 period of the current school
Edward and his first wife
.. D.m. pjn. are
CURL OUT- the rebxer with the professional touch -
, believed to be the first Negro year.
for with too much curl!
the
girl Sharing conming honors with
team to have cut phonograph reeords. -

IN THREE STRENGTHS to give you the "just right" DOLT MISS (OUR .tendaots Miss New, are Stanton were la her their at.. mm, Ml MdDANCE with,
formula for your own hair! MONDAY NIGHT PASTY Among survivors are his wife, queens JIMMY HUGHES
Eva 70 sad a brother OWe own rights. They were Connie
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..* 10.11V eel.r, Chief Of ServiceEDGEWOODLOUNGEl Jefferson, and a sister,Mrs.Annabel Edwards, Twelth Grad Ctrl the Tear Brown Any
i: YOUR MONEY'S WORTH MORE ATWOOLWORTH'S '''qo. !* Shaw, both of Chic eleventh ;Grade Gwendolyn Girl of the,

Year and Belinda Thomas,Miss
Tenth Grade GIrl I OTS NOVEMBER 7 WoBin's
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Edward Dixon Payne: Toledo, Thomas CornellusRlchardson, t r" I

Ohio, 22 and Wllhelmenla Marie 1848 W. 5th St., 28 and Rosa k
Mosley, 57U Manilla Dr., 19. Mae Colbert, 1972 College Cir I
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Leonard McGruder, 1565 E.
22nd St., 19 and Cynthia Jean-, Paul Lawrence Stewart, 963

ette Brown, 1320 E. 27th St.,16. Hogan St,18 and Cynthia Yvonne t, 1'w
r Thomas, 963 Hogan St, 17. (
Willie James Bryant, 1770
Cleveland St.,22 andSandra Lee
Ray, 1156 Steel Crt, 19. Fred McQueen, Jr., P.O. Box
8228, 3Z and Rosa Roberts Kin- 1

Willie Cecil Smothers, 1123 W. son, 1164 W. 30th St., 30.
23rd St. 18 and Carolll Theresa
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'If Root Clinton JacksonJr.,1S22
Toler 1123 W. 23rd St. 16.
,E. 30th St., 21 and Rita Jeanette
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its Brown, 1230 Wlgmore St., 18.
:4\ James Henry Smith, 715 CourtA.

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Early Lee Davis Jr. 1305 W.
W. 1st 51.,17.Lamai t
6th St., Apt. 3, 20 and Betty pL
Ruth Whitaker, 1124 McConihe
Seadrow Ft. Myers,
;,' ; $ s, Fla., 19 and Rutha Mae Young, Court, 20.

836 Washington St., 18. Ovine D. Allen, 117 Ernest St.,

..... .. __ ... 24 and Johnnie Mae JohnsonU7
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The Heroines Crusaders Tempi Sam Bradley No. 1 celebrated moos, Mae Francis Butler, Ellsha Robinson Arthur Lee Samuel Boykln Hunter, Chicago Ernest St., 26.
111. 26 and Serena Malinda
I its anniversary recently. Members are from the left: Davis, Ester Brllle and A.M. Frazler. ,
Joyner, 5713 Moncrief Rd., 23. Peter Fred Dixon,1623 W.23rd ---- .
Dorothy Edmonds, Annie Bell Thomas, Ada Reed, Henry Sim- STAR PHTOby A.Paul Crawford.
r St., 20 and Eola Frances True-
Miss Rose Marie Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore
Rev Henry Bivins Gels New Job Army Sergeant les Agnew West, Jr., 1120 Grant blood, 2062 Frank E. Ave., 20. E. Jones, Sr., was married to Mr. Earnest Lee Johns*,
PTA Meeting To St., 19 and Voncille Romona son ,of Rev. and Mrs. Ernest .Johnson of Panama City, Rdv. I

Named PTA President Ernest L. Wilson Sr., has Poem On Battlefield Plckett, 1142 Franklin St., 17. Semi Civic Club JS. Saunders, Mt. Sinai Baptist Church, floated.The wedding
t accepted a position with RCA Be November 6 was solemnized in Mt Sinla Baptist Church. The bride wor felt
Roosevelt Jones 1953 W. 2nd
gown of Chantilly lace over taffeta, a twelve yard train
Meet
Officers Service Company, a divisionof To MondayThe
of the 1967.68 school St., 20 andDorothy Elaine Hicks
the Radio Corporation of The West Jacksonville Ele- from the shoulders. Her veil was attached to lace petals, and
School term of Stanton Vocation High America, In conjunction with mentary School PTA will meet 1957 W. 2nd St., 18. Semi-Civic Social Club pearls. The bouquet was of white carnations.Mrs. .

PTA were recently Installed the University of Wisconsin. Monday, November 6, at9p.m.., will meet Monday night at 8 Marilyn Thompson, was matron of honor. Bridesmaidswere
Vice by Mrs. Edith Taylor, Wilson has taught In the public In the school auditorium. Mrs. Hazel Cooks, 1650 W. 2nd St., p.m., In the home of Mrs.Alice Miss Shlrely E. Bowman and Miss Delma M. Swarn.

President of District IV. schools for the past 12 years Geneva Cotton, president, announced 46 and Frances Vivian Thomas, Williams, 704 West Fourth. Ruby Dee Jones, nelce was flower girl. James Hunter, was
Officers are: Rev Henry B. Bi- 1650 W. 2nd St. 22.
r ,
The earlier meeting was held Paul best man ushers
and formerly worked as Field that plans for the carnival rlngbearer. Riley was were Dolphus
vlns. President; Mrs. Mary Executive for the Boy Scoutsof and Thanksgiving baskets at the home of Mrs.Rudy Wash' Johnson, Joseph Johnson, and Shellle Jennings.The .
Carter. Vice President; Mrs. James Z. Bell 2322 Southern ington. The Bible teacher In the school of Duval
America. He has been a are Important items of Lillian verse begins bride is a public system
Elvira Johnson, Secretary; Program Director of the ISO, business. All members are Ave., 47 & I Douglas, with Q. Mrs. Emote Small Is County. The groom is a veteran of the UjS. Marine, and a
Mrs. Hazel Grant, Assistant 2317 Johnson Ave., 32.
president. senior at Florida Memorial
Secretary; Mrs. Verdle Whit-, Instructor In the Civilian Conservation urged to attend. College. _

field, Treasurer; Mrs. Lizzie Corps and organized A
Williams, Historian Miss Mo- the athletic program at Stanton ,
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phella Golden, Parllmontarlan; Vocation HighScbool,where %' 30-&fn Until 10 Ever IN'fght I i wtll .( :hr stmas
Re,. Fred Richardson Chap he served as the first coach. "'. Open: : pfm! )
lain; Mrs. M.L. Harper,Faculty He Is a member of the Elks ." : ,_ f '
Coordinator. Lodge, the Duval County Teachers .
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The activities and budget for Association the Florida 7

and the school discussed.term Reports were presented by the ::; :-I-

membership and project committees
will be given at the

next meeting which will be held SGT. MOORE Sears .

November 18, 1967. An Army Gunnery Sergeant
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A coffee sip was held after wrote a poem in Vietnam during V 2"'" t/

wards. a lull in the action on the
battle field and called it "My

Oar YWCA Prayer." !
Sgt. Robert Andrew Moore,
a native Floridian sent the poem
On November 6, at 12 noon home to his wife,Ethel and their
the YWCA Membership com- Vivian
four-year-old daughter,
mittee will holds it monthly Diane, who lives in Wilmington,
meeting All members are'ureed N.C.

to be present and on ERNEST L. WILSON Sgt. Moore, a veteran of Z3years' : ,fl
time. Mrs. Mary L.Washingtonwill
service is now serving
de-7 Education Association the Du-
demonstrate Christmas<
his 13 month tour of
second
and .Mrs FlreneelDixon l ival County 1 O 1da1l' .Association '
,cor Uons I
;> : duty in Vietnam and was wounded -
will create a Thanks-1' Omega Psi Phi Fra-
table ternity, Wilder Park Tennis recently. He was awardedthe
giving decoration.
Purple Heart for the woundshe
Club and served Church
Informal as
A new group Is the
Discussion Group. The next School Superintendent at the received In combat. c7w
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The poem reads U follows: I I tl
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St. Gabriel Episcopal Church r
,meeting will be November 9 at
Kis new title Is Assistant Super, "MY PRAYER"Today .mC4oLe4It.t.
10:30 Mrs. Marvyn Jealous
a.m. visor of Building Maintenance., I took time out to pray, tp .. .
branch chairman, presided Just as I always do.I .
Initial He has 85 buildings under his'
over the meeting.
prayed that God will help us,
Topics were presented. The supervision In everything we do.I .
He Is located at
now McCoy
discussion centered around .
: .
truancy and some the ways a Job Corps Center, Building HI, :: ;.
also God
Sparta, Wisconsin 54556. pray Almighty r
,
truant is apprehened. The discussion That Thous will take me home AI

group Is open to anymembers To see my wife and children,.
of the YWCA. Wut- Worshipful Grand Who have been alone.
eve r your concern is and your

problem is -come and tet'stalk Lodge Plans Meet I also pray again, dear Lord,

them over together, says That this cruel war would end,
The Most Worshipful Union
the YWCA.
But to have
no one seems con
Grand Lodge of Florida has
trot
completed plans for the ninety- ,
But Sam and Ho-Cbi-Mlhn.,
Dahlia Garden ninth annual Grand Communi '

cation. The Most Worshipful I also watch and fight SEARS: LOW PRICED 1lEil'S Plill.PREST MEN'S ORION NYLON ROYS' COTTON DUCK WOMEN'S NUDE REEL

CM To Meet has Grand set Master April,16 M.W., 1961 Randolph, as the, and Because pray this for second my rotation 13 date, BATRROOfl SCALES CORD OR,FLANNEL SLACKS BULKY CREW SOCKS Rl OR LOW IEEPERS SEAMLESS MESH ROSE

OB November 9 be date.held The the memorial same night service will Is kind of hard,to take. months s'i pays Onlyl 219 Regular $5.98: '391 Regular 31.29' .97$ Regular $4.99 311 Buy Now! 3 FOR,88$ J

The Each lodge must send In its hl-bulk'Orion High or oxford style In blackttlSrSdKSS1" Seamless, run-resistant mash
Dahlia Garden Circle will Never Need Ironing when 15%
And at the end of clean macSoft spun
meet with Mrs. Eola Calnes, relief fund, Wad tax, St. Johns Pll take time out every to day, Easy care, wipe vinyl Mn washed( and drted. Plain Mrylto. 25% stretch nylon. 23 or whit*. Foam cushioned Insoles nylon with nude heel, run-stop 1,
pray, and toe ring. 812li.TOT'S .
tax, grand master's salary, and built up_arch.
front
1762 Venus, Thursday, Novem- I'll pray for my family friend andassortedcolors. colors, one size
ber 9, at 6 p.m. All are urged education fund and age bogus and toe
.
. of the Project for the Garden 1968.
,
;Circle year, and for getting Amen. 1
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homes for the meeting. The Sgt. Moore Is the son of Evangelist rt -
meeting is scheduled to closeat lily White Lodge 125 Addle 0. Broyles uf the t' rr

7 p.m. Mrs. Queen B. Cross Bearers Pentecostal
To Hold Annual Tea r
Williams is president. House of Prayer,of Florahome,

The Lily White Lodge 125 will '
"irfaNir nmcn Hunoi mitn N RooiY hold their annual tea on Sunday
&1IO7l5IIZTIU Ir. a aeriIT.
C) .
afternoon beginning at.4 thru 6

p.m., November 12th at the 5.1 Predict
1ft. 58 W. 8Ua St.

Mrs. Ida Dixon, chairman of CAMERA TELLS WIDE VARIETY OF THOW AWAY TYPE SPUN FIBER GLASS ;EARS POUR-1YPt. ''l
CAM FIND the affair has announced the CM To Heir
speakerwlll be Mrs. Rosa PICTURE SONS STORY MATCIBOX CARS FURNACE FILTERS INSULATION ROLLS FIBERGLASS INSULATION

Stephen. Mrs. Dixon will be assisted fc"-1". $99 Regularl.49- <}f
A AHTTERMXIRBON by Mrs. Vera Johnson. Candidates I Hurry and SAVEI 1" Sears Low Price Eacb55 Regular 69f-89?, Each44t Reg. $3.99

Others appearing on the program Easy to work, It has' fight Choose cars, trucks, shovels. Change air filters for Improved Lightweight, easy to install. Ideal for hard to reach areas
rolls won'twork
Where
batts or
I are: Mrs. Frankie South- The 5-1 Precinct Community, color slides, color ,changing crane, mure. All of die-cast furnace now. Limit 6 per customer. Asphalt coated paper backing. 30 ft.
tag covers
wad Mrs. Mattie Miller Mrs. Now snot SAVE! Helps reduce fuel bills. sq. .
.
Y ; ; ClublssponsorlncaranyJrloo.daJ lens, make believe flash cube metal, plastic wheels. Big
ft IT! t E.T. Sampson Mrs. Mildred
.. ; 1 night, November 8, at 6pm
Gillard Mrs. Loclle Cease
;
; at the Bowden Memorial
,
Mrs, Luclle Lowery; Mrs. Es
Church 11th and Pullman. All
sie Mae :Turner. Music win be ,
candidates Invited to at
are
furnished by Sammie L. Davis, tend
of DaySprlng Baptist Church.
The club Invites alL Negro

candidates Earl M., Johnson, YVEATHER
Charles Simmons, Eric O.
WHENYOURSKIN MOTOR
Simpson and Oscar Taylor will 01l

CRIES... be among the speakers.


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1 lf Mt Mvi wire tM ,

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.IUM a,,. t..,'U....wv cll'mule.",.OIMTMINT.,. ..t.t.. .II. Veterans of World War I.U.s.A. Cover'up and masking kit. 180 Fills cracks, blemishes; In A fine quality multi-grade oil, Your choice! Open-endbox-end 8 slotted and 4 Phillips type

J\nti n1jg'in .Mane.... imp". ".-..wi nit*Mt UMlr....v*kl**. win bold a. meeting Saturday ft. rod of 34In.. tape plus wood, plastic. ITS water proof .with high film strength keeps combination wrenches. Large screwdrivers complete with I
tammt M* ....icaV.. November 4 at I p.m. All <*- Now!
Ity u.el..M IMMM eat MM r flxtt ft. plastic dropcloth. Holds to any normal surface engine free of sludge. variety of sixes. SAVEI hanging wall rack. Buy ;
acers and members are asked
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J ..!MM"*..., ...1.mlMriit 0....,. knew to be present and on time. DO>iN70SN ARLINGTON FERNANDINA t GREEN tOVE SPRINGS !
r S.MnMiinf HUM *.u ni 4l.iM.Kf btfttUm..r. a wtK This election at officers for SHOP AT SEARS AND SAVEears 200 West Bay StW544J1 974 ArlingtonRd. | AtlantlC and Fifth Shop By Phone

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KIN OINTMINT
Retail Price wht yMr life R....... .((<.Ml. time.welcome to meet with u at any Your Money Back u* .aoiiuck AND co. Every Night It) fib til 10 Unit P. Xnas EveryNight Friday 9a.m. 'Til 9p.m.I Retail_ ,Sales ASS-442,1, s si si i



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The Peace Community Prayer Band& celebrated the first than members of Uw tend. They are:-from-the left, Mu and Ethel Oajmer. The other picture shows many .of the principal speaker tor the occasion Many guest bands parttcl- P :r;

I anniversary with a program designed to emphasise the Value slonary Mary Slater, Bertha Williams, Ruby Wilcox,Lawrence wellwishers of the band. Evangelist Amanda. Collins. was. the paled. STAR Photo By A. Paul Crawford
of peace In the, community. The picture at the leftabovePhillips, Rosa Lee Wiggins, Mildred Allen, Claudia Jones
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I Gusts Of Htroliu Of JirkkSEAFOOD I: Sweetfield Baptist
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: f} NEW REDEEM BAPTIST CHURCHThe Holds Anniversary

.4 j pastor's anniversary takes place Monday: night, November

I _.. 15. in the church auditorium. Minister and their congregations ,Sweetfleld Baptist Church, the Rev.!). L. Barnes pastor, will
I'r k will participate each night. The Sunday School begins begin the flty-slxth anniversary on November 6, and will conclude
at 9:30: a.m., with Deacon J.H. Washington in charge. The the anniversary on November 13. The tenth anniversary
/. lesson will be reviewed by Rev Norman.The morning worship af the castor will be observed at the same time.
at U with the deacons charge of devotions. The .
i begins a.m., Churches, choirs, organizations Baptist Church of Brunswick
choir and Ushers No. 3 will serve throughout the day Mrs. will participate.Pastors .
On Monday November 12,Day-
Fannie Jackson will serve as musician.District No.2 will meet and churches for each
spring Baptist Church the Rev.
,
Mission anti meets at
at 3 in the church. The Home
I p.m., night are as followsMonday :
Cyrus Weaver pastor willl be
3:30 at the church Deaconess Board No. 1 will meet at ,
p.m., Fred
: Rev. Williams
4'i the guests. Other ministers
-I 4:30: p.m., at the church. The evening worship begins at 6 p.m. First African Baptist St. .among
and churches will be Rev.
tiz f Both sermons for the day will be delivered by the Rev. Norman, Mary's Georgia, Rev. H. L. :
I. pastor. The monthly conference will be Tuesday night at 8p.m. Zion S.L. Eadger Emanuel Baptist;
HeroIiL Mt. Baptist, Rev.
Rev. A.J. Hughes, St.John Baptist
: > ., with the pastor in charge. Rev.E Normal: is pastor.
J. J. Jones, Antioch Baptist;
Rev. J.M. Hazelton Mt.
: The church is located at 1614 East 30th Street. ; ,,
Rev Willie Jones, Beulah Baptist
Canaan Baptist, Rev. H. H.
lU iAg1'IfiVi ; Rev. W.L. Jones, First Wright, Evergreen Baptist.
GRACE MISSIONARY; BAPTIST Certain Baptist. H o s. t .auxiliaries -
I II Communion service will be administered to the congregation ua'J>1strlcta 7 and 8.
1i'r on Sunday afternoon, at 5 p.m., with the pastor and deacons Tuesday Rev.Rudolph McKis- VOTE NOVEMBER 7

charge of the service. sick, Bethel Baptist Instutlonal;
Regular services for Sunday will get underway with Sunday Rev. J.W.Johnson Philadelphia Rosetta Cofaea Siios
School beginning at 9:30 a.m., with the superintendent and Baptist. Host auxiliaries will
::::: teachers In charge. The lesson's topic will be reviewed by be Districts I 1,2 and 3.

01 the pastor Rev. B.F. Brown.At Wednesday: Rev. I.Norman,
This picture shows some of the guests of the heriones 1 scheduled to begin with the
morning worship $
11 a.m., Redeem Baptist; Rev.L.Green
Jericho. Namely from left, they are: Mrs. Nellie Wallace, devotional service being led by the deacons. Choir No. 1 and Central Baptist Rev. R.L.WU.

CENTER Mr. James A. Hawkins Mr. Frederick D. Jordon,Elizabeth Sr., Mr. usher,board No.1 will serve throughout the,day., say West Friendship: Baptist. l
Mrs. Earthtean Crump Mrs. .
: Louie L. Anderson, : t
-' ., Host
aoxUlarle win be Dis.-
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AU members of the r
and Mrs. Gloria F. Best. were "
Hendon '
144 N. MYRTLE AYE PH. EL4-H68 Church. 7LT. TABOR >SAPTST / trlcts 4, II and 6. <
3 Usher Board of the Mt Olive Primitive Baptist
This weak Fred discuutt the difftrcnt kind of DROPS. You No. STAR A. Paul Crawford. Sunday Services for Mt. Tabor Baptist Church will get Thursday: Rev. C.J. Scriven
cm DROP m tlctlon' bet, you cm DROP your calm ki the Mrs. Best is President photo by underway with Sunday School beginning at 9:30: a.m., with First African Baptist, St.Mary' .
toll t>', box, or a tMKktb In hoop- IUT tht IUT DROPIt Deacon Jason Bus In charge. The pastor will review the Ga. Mt Sinai
to DROP Into Seafood Center and treat yourself to the high HE'S ; Baptist;
quality Coodln" at rtaionabl prlcai Cv! a look fallow Simpson Anniversary lesson. Rev. C.C. Daniels Mt. Carmel I
Consecration service will be held for the choirs and ushers Baptist. Host auxiliaries are I
THIS WEEK'S serving the day at 10:45 a.m. Districts 7 and 8. Mrs. Rosetta Cohen win gina
!! BIG Is Oa
THREE Hovemker 12 Morning worship Is set for all a.m. with devotional service Friday: Rev. R.W. Jackson, program Sunday night, Nov-
board. The pastor Rev. a. T. embdr S, at the Church of God I
of Guards being led by the deacon's Jerusalem Baptist Re?. H.
I SPANISH MACKEREL Simpson Methodist Church, Auxiliary Security The Overstreet and associate ministers will preside from the Walker St. Matthews Baptist in United 12th and Hanson St.,
according to the chairman of will be a special guest. ; at 3.30
theme: for the is"Christian rostrum. Host auxiliaries are Usher p.m. All singers are
WHITING day
39 has Publicity, Mrs Gertrude Moore Women Working In New Era." Afternoon service scheduled to begin at 3 p.m., will be Boards 1, 2 and 3, the Deacon invited. Elder R. Grace is pas 'I
virtually
completed plans
NORFOLK ROE for the annual Women's Day to Officers are: Mrs. O.A.Burns. highlighted president by the of.th.administering BTU department of holy communion.The has announced. the ,ess Board and the Missionary tor. ,
Board.
be held Sunday November 12 chairman: ; Mrs Nazarene Sim
,
will meet at S.30 p.m., In the church. D'eliyer"ceSlated ,
1 "HIT Of TWO SIAIOMMULLET with a I impressive program ,mons and Mr s.Eula Walker co- group Sunday services will reminisce
I chairmen. Mrs. S. S. Robinson All choirs and ushers will serve throughout the day. on tha, pioneers of
ROE 89c setup In the offing. : .
The morning service will be will be pastor for the day.Allah tO -t:UED FIvOM PAGE 5 Sweetfleld floptI$ .Dr.J.Lean-! For FridayA
RUIN,. MOM NORfOLKFRESH highlighted by the presence of der Jones will be the principal! deliverance service will beheld

FLOUNDER L, 49cSINUINI Mrs Ella Rita Perry Wise, a' AHE ladles Celebrate. speaker for the morning ser Friday night, Nov. 3rd
member of the faculty of the Chapel vice. Dr. Jones Is prsldentof at 8 p.m., in the home of
HOIIDALOBSTERS Butler High School Mrs. Wilt .- the Baptist Ministers Brotherhood Missionary Mack, 1492 W. 30
Lb. $1.10 and
director of Christian St.
is
a member of West Union Bap

LARGE ROE MULLET . .LB. 3Sc fist Ch1 't1l. Education for the General Bap Minister George Brown of the :
At 1 a musical tist Convention of Florida.Miss Church of God la Christ and
FRESH STEAK FISH . .LB. 79c will be p.m.presented. The program Stanton Vera Robinson will pay a special Missionary Mack will be the. .
Glee Club tribute to the older members, speakers.
CONCH MEAT SKIM High and the Grant
WMSa'2" DOS in sang The Rev. J.F. Mann
Memorial AME: Youth Groups Missionary Lockens will be

GENUINE CARP . . LB. 49. will sing.Many former pastor of the church, the guest soloist
visitors will serve in will speake la the evening. He A cordial Invitation has been
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FANCY LIVING $4 00 ClAW MIA ,:(I.JlWHITI various capacities throughoutthe is new pastor of the Bryant extended to the public.
CRABS, DOZ. I MUT II 1C I .
LUMP ..... .11.00 day. Mrs. .s. Robinson,
wife of the pastor will be pas' e !
"Nl'011
CLAMS CHOWDER PINT 89c tor for the day.Sol'otats,as list "I STAND SIMPLY FOR .
ed in the Star of last week, are
scheduled to appear. The Wives '. ,, Returdee City C. tnm tt. tile km* .f tk, wtt.mint '
fancily rowing. .."c..4. cmKitiihMi
citii.m fray
what It .rigiERNEST. ... '
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'NOW OPEN -Starting Nov. 13, P.M. 41 W. KING :

HOSPITAL AIDE LASS' Civil Servic Board

) *' CASHIER-SALES-CLERK Group 4 (At Large) e

KINDERGARTEN TEACHERS t n _, ._
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_400 Ranch I AIDS Women's Day at Allen'Chapel AME Church 1581 Swan was a hug success. The three BUSINESS MAN

PIAA' V4iCET1I1DIiYS smiling ladles in the picture seem to be attesting to that. They are, from the left, Mrs.. FAMILY MAN "
BAND AND ORCHESTRA. Willie Mae Shlggs co-chairman, Mrs. L.G. Jones, Pastor for the day and Mrs. Lee Vater.
Restoeraat and Motel! il1S1RUMENTSZIRT'AfE: ; Calvin, General Chairman. The Rev J.W. Jones Is pastor. CIVIC LEADER I
STAR PHOTO BY A. Paul Crawford.' .. .
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toioErs COLLEGE Hm. .( M.rWkTHi..! pltJ.. They CW

VOTE NOVEMBER 7 iaptist To Honor Slats Proxy Paid I'oItUca1' Ad. .
1816 W. 20th Streef bylrn tW [fool.CuDpaJ&a n.uunr)
5410 New Kings Rd.
Registrar 356-6465 VOTE NOVEMBER 7

John H. Bolden, B.S.. M.S.. EDJ5. For DeiHci.10n And Ministry _
President-DIrector VOTE NOVEMBER 7
A testimonial dinner, hoacrlng Dr. J.AF.Finlayson] ,thevctOe:
genarian president of the Baptist General State Convention of Thank You
40 Apartments And Rooms PL1EEAASSEE 'I..e.. Florida, will be held November 14th at the Deauvill. Hotel., Miami
., Beach Floridaln, behalf of the Florida Memorial College.
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The announcement:was Jointlymade tegically placed In Ueprojecteechapel

Toe Deadline ForChurch w bJI\eY.I.C.IoIIck1ns.pas, of the $2,000,000 religious 4for Year Support In The First 1
tor of the Mt. Olivette BaptistChurch complex at the Florida
& Social News \ dinner chairman, and: Memorial College.The .

Dr. A.B. Coleman, nc.-s>reat-. "Wall of Faith"designed
Is dent of the Florida Convention by Krlstlne Guldner,will incorporate !
Steak,' Chicken Chops, Seafood Tvesatay' Neoa I .' body which consists of a membership the list of churches lathe Ge bGld Primary And Would AppreciateYoorCofltiftaed
of over 400,000 over baptist General Convention
B-Oae. Bring News To Ii 800 churches. which are giving financial sup
.Bar- A pilgrimage from representative port for the construction of MI-

2323 Moncrlof Rd. Cor. I3lh St. churches in the Baptist ami's newest four year liberal
Support On
Ribs convention body throughout arts college. This symbol establishes November 7tb
Florida on November 24. will the relationship between .
Notices Host .Be ,Mail By Monday Noon include the pastors and lay leaders -' the goals of religion and
ChickenReservations who are dedicating this particular education.

YOUR COOPERATION, IS NEEDED day to their State leader, -The Golden Book of Mom.. Jake GodboW
Call 7669271 Dr. Flalayson, by Initiating two cries." Includes the indlvldaul
: symbols "The Wall of Faith," name of church pastors who
SO WE CAN SERVE YOU
and "The Golden Dock! of Mem have motivated their members, Paid Political Adv.

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.LITTLE ROCK BAPTIST
Holy Communion will be administered at 4.30: Sanda,. The
,deacons will be in charge of tbe devotions.The message will be
delivered by the pastor, Rev W.C. Mitchell Sunday School at
':30 with the superintendent, Mrs Renllda Jenkins, and teachers
In charge. The lesson will be reviewed by the pastor.
Morning services begin at 11 a.m. The covenant will be held.
Choirs N.o.1 and 2 will serve throughout the day.

TABERNACLE BAPTIST INSTITUTIONAL CHURCH
Holy communion will administered Sunday afternoon at 5 p.m.
The Rev W.E. Young and the deacons will be in charge Sunday
school will be at 9.30 a.m., with Superintendent! Lawrence
In chargo. The lesson will be reviewed by Deacon Moll Brown.
At U a.m., the Rev. W.E. Young will deliver the message. All
J adult choirs the senior male chorus and Usher Board No. I
will serve All youth choirs will meet Wednesday aftarnoon for
rehearsal at 9.30 pjn. ,Prayer meeting is Wednesday at 7:30:

pjn.

+ l COLOSSIANS BAPTIST CHURCH
I Sunday School begins at 10 a.m. The morning worship begins
1. i f a'1/ at U a.m. Communion Services will be held at 4 p.m. The
pastor will deliver both sermons Prayer service will Tuesday
at 7.30 The public is Invited to services. Rer. RJ.
A .......... The church Is located at 1154 West 31st
-" -- [ ...... :...r. .-- I 1IrW -- : :: Crawford Is pastor.
At till Long Branch Elementary School recently several retired tetcbers and the retired! Johnnie Mae Simpson, PTTPresUent, Mrs.. Sylvia Morgan, Mrs. Margaret Utimore, Miss Street.
I principal were honored at a gala banquet. In the first picture are shown, from left: Mrs,. Dolly D. Brooks, Mrs Edward Henderson and Mr. J.C. Butler, Past President of the PTA;
M.L. Polite, MM. Florence D. Brown, Miss Paulette Richardson Mrs Helen B. Bruce, standing In for Adrlanna N. Wesson In the other pictures are those who came to make SWEETFIELD BAPTIST CHURCH t r
Mrs.. MA King and the Rev J.C. Rodgers In the second picture, from the left are: Mrs the affair a success STAR PHOTO By A. Paul Crawford Sunday School will open at 9:30 a.m.,with Deacon R. UcKinnon ,
superintendent and teachers In charge The morning worship
at 11 a.m. The pastor will deliver the sermuo, TIle consecration
' New Ml, Olive Calls Eartha White Benefit Festival Is Mk .... white DMS It 'Hill opens of choirs and ushers will take place. The pastor .
will also preach at night Evening services begin at 5 p.m.,
Rev. W.L. Glanton with Choirs No. I and No. 2 and Ushers No. 1 and 2 nerving
.. OR No, 10 At Civic Andittrivii Mrs. Mlmmle Mae Hines and Mrs Marvla Salary will be
Sunday services at New Mt musicians. The anniversary of the church and of the pastor
. Ollre will be higlighted by the GOD FffiSTI THEN? EARTHA M.M. WHITE s. will be Monday night at 7:30 p.m. There will be many guests
Installation of their newly cal !'1 M zed pastors. This is the fifty-sixth anniversary of the church
led pastor, Rer. W.L Glanton, Miss Eartha M....White has,in the first two words, epitemlzed rod the tenth of the pastor. Rev D.B. Barnes is pastor Mrs
following the evening hour of her whole theory of life, and has throughout an Illustrious Gertrude Barnes is Chairman of publicity. The church addressIs
worship. career, risen to her outstanding, nationally known status 1363 Harrison East.
Tbe president of the Eastern as a humanitarian a civic leader, a teacher and as !tireless
District Ministers and Deacons nonagenarian. MT. ZION METHODIST CHURCH-Lone Star Community
Union, Rer R.L. Smith, will No words however descriptive courtesy of New Stanton High Church School will be at 9.30: with Superintendent' HoraceT.
preside. Rer. Smith will be as- can reveal the theories,the School. White In charge. Miss Dorothy Demps will be in charge
sited by other visiting ministers concepts, of such a flue charac Miss White's career almost of music.\ The morning worship begins at 11 a.m., with the
of the city.Sunday ter. We simply touch upon the spans a century of living.Those love feast. At 3 p.m., the communion will be administered.
school is set for 9:SO characteristics the (involve who know her testify to an Indetatlguable Music will be furnished by the senior and Junior choirs,
a.m., with the superintendentand ments, which we see most energy, a fast get with Mrs. Loretta Williams at the console. Rev. I. HcPhercon

teachers charge. clearly. And then, we find,when aboutedness, little time for relaxation ,q.r-: (; ,,.__ is pastor
Morning worship scheduled
: we shall have completed our plane trips Interviews ____ '
lll.in., will find the devotional writing; that Miss White's suc- time out for instructIng MT. OLIVE AME CHURCH
service being led by members cesses, numerous as they are, etc. r Holy communion at Mt. Olive will be Sunday at 11a.m., and =
of the deacons board. The ser are all predicated on "God Miss White started out with at 7 p.m. Music will be the combined choirs under the direction :
man will be delivered bathe First. a plan. It has been memorialized of Alvin Green. Sunday School Is at V:30.: ACE Leagueat .
pastor. The gospel chorustW' However we do not want in buildings In student 530. Queen's Day was a success. Mrs. Hattie Campbell I
furnish the music,accompanied anyone to forget a fine affair alumni, In commendations in was chosen as queen Mrs Jerry L. Trapp princess and
by Miss Seward at the console. for this lady of 91 years an, support from government. r Miss Jackie Waddell as Miss Teenage Tbe coronation,
Ushers serving will be board L affair which simply means that Born of slaves, and, therefore Friday night November 10, will witness the crowning of the
District 2 will rnrtt a t the'church Jacksonville will show Miss faced with the burden of King, James Shelton, and of the Prince, Raymond Robinson.
at 4 p.m. White how anxious we are to do the aftermath of slavery, this Congratulations are in order for all. The Rev. B.J Williams !
A cordial Invitation has been our bit. floe lady was finally able to pastor Is asking all to pay the General Budget assessmentthis
extended by the pastor to the On Friday evening November leave a forlorn cabin and, in --- -- week Mrs Florence Dixon is Chairman of Publicity!
Congressman Charles E. Bennett Is seen as he completed cutting the ribbon marking
public to worship Sunday and ,,10, at 8 p.m., the Exhibit: Hall 1900 came to Jacksonville,Miss
with New the opening of the Eartha MX White Nursnlng Home in March of this year, in the presence ,
anytime Mt. Olive. White for MT. SALEM BAPTIST CHURCH
of The
Civic Auditorium will prayed success.
of Miss White, the founder and former Mayor Louis H. Ritter.
be resplendent for the Harvest Success came to her.Let's Sunday School begins at 9.30 a.m., with SuperintendentJack
The 120-bed facility which Bennett said would "fill an Important need in the health facilities
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Baptist farther. 1935 Green In The lesson topic will be reviewedby
Moon Festival for, the program go anew charge
planning Duval County was built at a cost of 1775,800. A federal grant of $378,900
says, "TIle Benefit of the home was built. And now, see under the Kin-Burton Hospital ''construction was secured through the efforts of the pastor, Rev. W, 0. Rogers. Morning devotions will
Ushers; Plan .f Fete Eartha, MX, White Nursing the very latest a modern 120-' the Duval U.s. Representative program be a 11 a.m., with Deacons Ode WUbert and Cornelius Calhoun -
Usher Boa/d Not (Hd C. Paul Nome*'j After' 'the )program .. in charge Choir No. 1 and' Usher Board No. 1 will i
Baptist will sponsor a spiritual dancing will be the feature of serve Holy Communion will be administered at 3 p.m.j
tea November! 5, at MO Acosta the evening. The donation at tbe Second lajtffst Evergreen Plans World Day Of Prayer with the pastor and associate ministers and deacons in
Street. The time is 4 to 5p.m. door will be tax deductible. charge The combined choirs will serve. Tuesday night
Madam Wright will be Refreshments will be served. Big Songfest the prayer meeting will be held, as well as Bible Study. \1
the principal speaker The' Prizes will be awarded. Set For November 6 Wednesday Choir No. 3 rehearses. Thursday night Choir .
public is invited The special programs are by Will Celebrate Choir No*. 2 of the Evergreen No. 1 rehearses Rev W.O.Rogers is pastor. Mrs Catherine
Baptist Church will sponsor a The Union Progressive Union Simpson is Chairman of Publicity The church Is located at ;
musical Sunday night along with will celebrate the World Day of 1281 West 22nd Street.
KEEP Two III Events the Heavenly Host Prayer Band Prayer on Monday, Nov. 6th,
at Logan and ClevelandStreets. beginning at 7 1 p.m. VARICK MEMORIAL AME ZION .
The anniversaries will be Appearing will be: The Austin All churches! in the union and Services for Sunday at Varlck Memorial AME Zion Church "f
CHARLESE.m. celebrated at Second Baptist Twins,Excelsior Singers,Union city have been asked to meet will begin with the Sunday School at 9:30: a.m., with the
Church beginning with Monday Singers, McCall Gospel Singers with the Bethlehem Baptist iiiMri Mident, W.J. Johnson in charge. The lesson topic
night, November 6, at 745pm. Mrs. Alice Phillips Rob Church at 6th and Madison Sts. will 'M reviewed by the Rev A. J. Warren, pastor.
One will be the one hmdred ert Praytor Tbe Pentecostal Sunday service for Bethlehem Morning worship begins at 11 &.ID., with Choir No. 1 iud the
SIMMONS JR. seventeenth anniversary of the gospel Chorus, St.MarkSplrl- Baptist will begin with Sunday junior ushers leading the processional The pastor vrlll deliver
church. The other win be the tual 5, Tooks Singers, and the beginning at 9:30 a.m., with the morning m *sage. Holy Communion with be administered
ninth year of service of Rer. Southland Singers superintendent Eugene Sawyerand during the morning and evening services,

_____ ___ J.C. Sams, pastor. Mrs Maggie Collins is teachers in charge At 3 p.m. the Interdenominational Missionaries Union win
CIVIL SERVICE BOARD bed facility n a central nursing Because of the Holy Commune chairman of publicity DeaconS. Morning worship will start at hold Its muss meeting in First Baptist Church College
station, a medical room, ion the special Sunday night Jackson Is president. Rev 11 a.m., with the deacons and Park. Rev F.D. Davis .is pastor. All churches are expectedto
GROUP 2 with an automatic nurse call opening program will be omit- H.H. Wright .Is pastor. choirs in charge be represented.
system a modern kitchen, ted. The regular services t the Grant Memorial Mrs. Vivian Wilson, the Evening worship begins at 6:30 p.m. This Communion ser'
laundry, beauty salon, and church on November S will begin church's reporter announced vice Is done In songs by the choir with the Rev Warren
DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY with the Sunday School at communion service will be administered -
as narrator. All members are expected to support the services
spacious grounds.
support the 9.30. L.C. Chester. assisted by Scene 01 Unit Meet at,.3 p.m., and DTU throughout the day.
Community says
brochure will assure; the the assistant. general and departmental Royal No. 173 will meet in the will follow the communion ser Prayer and class meeting will be held on Tuesday at 7.30
THE QUALIFIED CANDIDATE growth Jibe home. superintendents, lower unit of Grant Memorial vice. p.m. The Good Shepherds Baptist Church will be present
The home Is expanding services will be,la charge.Tbe pastor Church at 7 p.m. The Lily White All ushers and choirs will on Wednesday at a p.m., to render service. The Youth for
Paid Political Adv.
, ._ every day. However, fin- will review the lesson. Consecration Lodge No. 173 will meet In the serve throughout the day There Christ will meet on Saturday at,3 p.m. with the youth directorin
anced rites for tin deacons, same place. will be no evening service charge.Jacksonville's .
are extremely1mportant.Modernlz1nc deaconesses,, ushers and the
Is a constant choir will be held at 10:45: arm
'YIRiIIWRKC TODAY need. The morning worship begins at
The grand affair at the audi- 11 a.m. Rev Sams will deliver New Government Need
torium should, then, be a sellout the sermon.

'Win $25.00 For Your Church Nursing for the Home Eartha and".K.a White great gatberla The Baptist the lower Traning auditorium Union will

Cut the below and' tribute to that this grand found lady.a card It for the annual eonsecratlonal Honest '
Off coupon seems we services and for the formation I I ICI
CONTINUED ON PAGE 7 of the church.*family processional
write your question, then null to the sanctuary. I
The evening services will be
P. radio station WRHC P. 0. at 6 p.m. Oa Monday various '
MARY SIKELETOK personalities will Individually


'.'Box.. 2467, Jacksonville,. Flo. URGES 'YES' IOTE function welcome Thomas as addresses.soloists will be the Mrs.and soloist Bessie with VOTE FORrr


PHONE: 389-1111 M lEftlEIHif also Tuesday.appear.The Givenettes will

,/RUCTIONS; ; The WRflC "Mall Box" will attempt to get "-::' -- On Wednesday evening Mrs. R
an a.sorer to any question you may have on any subject, such Georgia Benjamin win sing.Allen -
as schools, rents, taxes, city and county government and"soon. c Jackson will sing Thursday
night. Mrs Gladys Shannon is
Write your questions below and mall at once. Your question slated to sing Friday night.Mrs.
,and the answer, along with your name and address will be C. Cherry and Mrs. Alma ERIC 0SIMPSON
'I.broadcast from time to time en WRHC, so please print your Harris wOl serve as soloists on
'cone: and address. Write as often u you like and UstaUorffoiu Sunday. Will a P. Smith will
answtr on WRHC::,MOO on your radkj your total communiTf be the soloist for the Pastor's
.f Italian, on the air 24 hours a day. Night program on November.
For the best question eath week during this mailing, Radio TIle musical phase of tbs celebration
Station WRHC will award $%5.00 to the church of your choice. will also feature the ap- 'E.
MY QUESTION B: pearance of choirs from other
\ .- churches. Mrs. Alber Williamsis
f ,'. t. ----- Chairman of Publicity. '

1 "The future growth and prosperity
of community can bel
i Influenced greatly when'theJacksonville St. Like District

,.,. Port Authority da- '
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Blount Island. Cad"Mild Heeling
velopes.
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.MT,NAME BVT --- __ '1 urge all citizens to vote District No., .J of St. Luke THE LAST NAME IN
"yes" oa the Port AottorttyjefereadiHH Baptist! Church will meet Sunday -
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at Oa home of Mr.
y$ my question Is Judged best, please send $23.00 to the church ballot on Nov.the. second 7." prl Mr. HuteMnt. 148 West 12m,
of my choice, which, It .< mary on at 4 p.... Mrs SttU, president;

Aj .. (Paid for by Jacksonville Port Mr. MOB,'leader and Rev K. CIVirSERVICE BOARD GROUP.7.
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Published by the Florida Star :Publ'-lng:Company IHTHK3W- 1 ... NEEDS CHANGESThis
SYSTEM
W WELFARE
THI"ALL Of USM.L
WITHER IH year the nation Will spend more than $0 billion to pub
THCOABKNCSSIGNORING lic welfare payments. What lilt pitting! for this money? Does
ME7 1BIREtIC DEGfoCNCE. I 'y the system help people or harm them?
ALL OF", WILL The answer, Pm afraid, Is that the present welfare system
secCKEMUTe :,: rONORALJZC4 isn't helping the poor AS much U It could. Because of this it
GR.Q'P TIONAL ': 1 IB coming under attack from those of ui who want to change
LOST.3OULS," It so that It can serve to better help people.Of .
IA.dLmmr ,i t' r'i' '1'r course there are many people who are against theldea,
of welfare altogether They don't mind

I. SI.'SDI.IlIatlll Elitor'CILIA f tional research subsidies, or the to giveaways Industry and to

people who dart need them, or subldies to hUCtll'covernment

fflOTER -_. Circilitiii Maselsr landowners, or even the subsidies I
suburbanites the form of tax breaks to
owners and commuters. But mention j
needy individuals and they hit the roof.
2323, tticrlef f Road Pint Elfli f 8712Miiliif 4 ITEWORLD They will criticize anything to help people rather than property
so we can't take their attacks too seriously. But when
Adiriss the poor themselves attack the system the nation should .
BLACK listen and do something about welfare abuses. Even a shortlist

P.e. hi 598 Jicismllli, Flifl.i. .32211 of these abuses would Include:
WORLD The breakup of families through a rule which permits
MIAMI, OFFICE .federal aid to children only when there is no "man in the
house. So fathers are given the choice of leaving! their
families or staying and watching them starve.
Pfaoie 751-387 r, The indignities the system showers on recipients investigators

V SUBSCRIPTION RATES spend more time trying to catch a handful of .
r cheaters instead of helping the 99.9 percent who are honest
One Year. $8.00 Half Year. $5.00
and who need friendly counseling and help.
Mailed to You Anywhere In the United States. Tie shortchanging by a system which won't spend a penny
Subscription payable in advance more than it absolutely has to. There are only 17 states '

Send Check or Money order to: which pay recipients 100 percent of their own minimum stand
ards. Many (I8yl... than half of what the states themselves set
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u a standard. Another abuse comes when people on welfare
Jacksonville, .1, Florida aren't told about special benefits like those for winter clothing

etc., or when their investigators disallow such legitimate
requests. This Is the reason why many recipients are forming
"RESPONSIRIE" LEADERSHIP IUILDS "EXTREMIST"!1r unions of their own to fight for what they are entitle to. In
I New York for example, the city recently had to pay more
Some Relief From Traffic Bugbear than $300,000 to recipients who were unfairly shortchanged.
Their legal advisor said that two-thirds of the city's welfare
clients were "Just not getting what they're entitled to."
Within the last fifteen years, shopping ----- --- ------------ .-.------_ t Less than half of the people who are eligible for payments

I centers and suburbia have tripled and still : are on the welfare rolls
In addition to these faults the system soon be changed
the traffic burden upon downtown shoppingis t may
We urgently need : YOUR WeeklyHOROSCOPE .1 to force people to take Jobs even when they are unsuited for
the number one bugbear
work or have children at home. Another possible change will
relief. But how? restrict the numbers of children getting assistance from the

Ife( think that more imagination and creatively I \ t government. These changes will set us back 30 years and will
should go into handling the modern destry any hope of presenting ourselves to the world as a

I There is no one solutio .s, GUIDE 1 humane nation.
I traffic' problem. This is only a partial list but it Is enough to make the nation
to It, arid'we must use "shotgun technique" hang Its head in shame at the way the needy are treated. Peoplego
..to solve it. on welfare because they have nowhere else to turn. Only one '

The entire matter pf expressways, 'oheways: ,. I: : ly FAILO ,... ASTROLOGER I. in a hundred is an able-bodied man who can work. The rest are
and. urban' legs of interstate highwaysshould'be mothers needed in the home, children, older folks and the in.
I I They are human beings and citizens with the same rights as the
and understood'by
length
at ,
studied rest of us, A system which treats them as if they were "un
all of the citizens to avert undue criticism. l: WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR .1.1t touchables" and which blames them for society's failure to

t bring prosperity, to, all Americans Is a bad system '
.
We are aware that merchants in any city

tQt attract customers into the downtown t I
want
areas, while employees would like to get to I USINESSLOV E TRAVEL 'j- 1'I THE URBAN LEAGUE' STORYby

'work .without having worked 40 minutes onthe I IIooo. Clanzel'T. :town

road to work. Perhaps some of our city '
a" pedestrian .I ._.-.----- --:.._ _._,_ .....! :-... I Jacksonville under Its New Consolidated form of Government
planners will consider --- -- ------ -------- -, ------
4 r 1: aside from the Implementation of a New
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faces other problems
plaza. I ." ,' I : ft;' ..
J 1 of officials.One of those problem areas
System and the ileeCfas
IV1ESBORN ", .
areas need CANCER .t. '
Downtown shopping CAPRICOIN'
may more 'LIlialiRljEPr. Is Housing Our city today faces mountingSoclal, Economic and
people but they hardly need more automo- MARCH BORN Physical: Problems with the increasing
bikes. Also expressways may turn out to bea BORN JUNE DEC. Uon and enlargement of Housing Ghettos.

temporary asset and a long-termjiability.; ,21th APRIL 19th 23rd OCT. 23rd :22id : JAN': 131k Most of these ghettos aren't new;
; ; 22d< JULY 2jRd;
existed (for generations in
Considering a multitude' factors Seek guidance, lie to formaII
may It could be good A change of persons
Whaf your gout One can be other cities. have
.It's fate We all have to take They however
whom one for advice for
we suggest that the following be considered from an goes ,
positions or separation
brilliant and artistic with
very yet and difficult to
some punishment>> in life those complex : cope j
I : (1)) higher rates for parking a second old Job coula appear as a catastrophe lacking purpose. Either ambition who transgress as well as, those health intimate employment reasons seem legal quite or years, especially as they relate to the

''family. car, ((2)) increased parking meter of major proportions at. is misdirected or missing who do not.Librans no doubt will disposed to give, it generous economic and social status of Negroes.On .
the time of the event Despitea
altogether. This calls for one hand some Negroes are making economic progress
subsidize a modern mass transportation be fully aware of the form that measure A recent
solar eclipse to boot, there remedial If occurence better better education political representation
, prompt measures through Jobs, ,
; system for the heart of town, ((4) the num. are so many opportunity aspects attaining status. or enjoying eco theirs While is taking right on theist, may give causa to call for an and a relative prosperity resulting from the prosperity of the
,ber of busses should be multiplied and running through the stellar pat nomic advantages that come may give plenty to fret oplnioa or Judgement right on Nation u a whole, although gains for Negroes' are not proportionate -

their comfort enhanced! ,,' their exhaust diminished tern that this cannot be considered with it. If an associate is goadIng home.about life especially and key associations Insofar u the that first.the solar While one would throwsa think to those for hites.On the other hand, many Negroes
to the point that altogether bad.There are one into trying harder for concerned eclipse haven't been able to attain their democratic rights for equal
Jacksonville are this may also damper on hopes it
indications! appearsas
powerful that this take opportunity In America because of In
success, it u a favor and Increasing segregation
citizens, for Instance, will ride them with may be a cue to enter the field .not as an insult. ICs possiblethat free one in other ways lie solar if it may stir one Instead Housing. This type of Segregation clearly separates Negroes
eclipse Indicates some sortof into
1 .delight and as a matter; of course. of endeavor where best suited you need some sort of rude financial taking necessary and positive from a Society which they seek to become a part of. It makes
t Cities must develop revisions of the one and uniquely equipped When out awakening to discover what you difficulty. But ensuing action that will insure excellent other forms of segregation easier apply or brings about "d.facto" .-
also
planetary aspects reveals results People la authority
traffic for something big don't be satisfied are capable of doing to make a Segregation.
way movement by, having stoplights that this may be a cue to will be quite understanding
every second or third block At to speak with anyone other mark in this world, or even In look also reveal that this may be when there Though gains are made la Intergration of buses,public accom-
present than the head It is are problems
very possible
local community. Cancer natives odatloa and public facilities Negroes in Jacksonville: still find
there is too much a cue to look after material Interests and even willing to intercede in
.
starting and stopping of thus to obtain needed capital are being encouraged to themselves segregated because of where they live
*
and enjoy the freedomthat behalf should
one need
cars. or an appointment much falter take be. Thus often served
up educational courses, they will grant Negro neighborhoods are by "Negro
Pedestrians must revitalize their thinking'for than when having to go whether teen-agers or adults.' 8-10-99-14-220' Schools", "Negro Parks" and "Negro Stores" (often owned by
the 1970' s and accept the fact that the through. socalled channel H 1 : bO 6613 943 ; ,% 7099 ;-13 -874 whites) and Negroes oftenrill.to and from work in buses carrying -
tl,- 8O'- 44-10-700 : AQUARIUS'Oil only Negroes.
closest they SCORPIO
can get to their Jibs is from ,
of the factors which
.LEO Regardless specific have created segregated
one-half to one mile. TAURUS BORN OCT. j UN. Housing neighborhoods and ghettos,an Inadequate housing

Customers must be conditioned, to: the fact. BORN JULY23r1'AUSr. supply is one of the most pressing problems in Jacksonville.

that they can't have their cake and eat it BORN APRIL 24t.'IOY.' Utl '20th. FEB. 11th.; There Is Inadequate Housing for low-Income and moderate-In

.too. One choice must Abe made, and whatever 2 20th 2011 Hit Just thin*; mete an too many It g misleading. The Introduction come families and not enough good housing at any price for
t MAY Negroes. Home and home Improvement financing Is its
the choice anything is better than Ifs i lead. It .omehme.isles disturbing uence. to speak picture of the month de- taking '
toll of
bumper- Negroes and low-income whites in
to bumper traffic. It can't be done. Persons who a harsh lesson to learn how to out of turn quarrel with plots a far more dismal scene our community.
I are under the Impresslen that protect one's self and how todo co-workers, or let out secrets than anyone has a right to ex- Regardless of personal political or philosophical feelings
on racial matters citizens of Jacksonville
they are fleeing from sorrow or things right. Any setbacks or about private emotional Interest pect. Worries may be both overt must face housing
problems and evolve solutions
trouble may already be fully along -. disappointments that are suffered -, !. People have a way of. and covert; and even the experts forthrightly to them.
I: CJB We Eliminate Hilloweei Disaster? Just like a shadow The at the start of the month talking absolutely unmindful may be taking a dim view important Presently the Congress contained of the In u.s.the is debating one of the most

solar eclipse suggests that a are exactly that kind of lesson. that what they say coW torn out, of things'in general.The outlook This Program programs"Rent Antipoverty Prograof.;
For weeds the stores marriage that does not come off, There are so many Indications to be destructive to a person's is further darkened by a solar Supplement Program"hasbeendescribed
newspapers and' advertised by President Johnson "the most crucial
u
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or that Is being split,Is far from of progress through gainful reputation or profession. The eclipse: so often blamed for new instrument in
the
fact that Halloween >as on Indicative that the cause Is lost. activities, that one should not solar eclipse recommends giving everything that happens. But our effort to improve AmericanClty. The Program u an,
It Way Now it has come and gone, and 1 t In fact, anything that Is happening permit him or herself become such Individuals wide many Aquarians have developed 'thorlzed to by the Congress makes it possible for private enterprise

brought with it many accidents fatalities, now could furnish the very discouraged right off the bat berth at all times Rather livery a sure Instint will be enabledto 'who have provide incomes housingforlow-income which would make them families Individuals
and disaster of varied kinds. element that will eventually when something goes wrong. Ideas related to gainful endeavors scratch the black: surface and eligible for public
housing who In addition in
A number of cities conducted what make for a closer and more affectionate There Is considerable movement I are trotting through which Is only paper: thin, andcatch 1. Has been displaced: by government qualify one action.of the following ways:
was attachment than ever where lives bead and should be given of the underneath
one and works. your sight glitter
known as a SAVE-A-LIPF campaign through before. Delays in bringing this .While may be personally dis all the attention and respect golden opportunities. Obtain 2. Either he or his spouse is 62 years of age or older.
3. Either he
his is
wearing .of special ,hats. This type of cam- about may simply be due to false turbing the eventful effect on they deserve be self as well the Interest and backing of 4. Now lives or In substandard spouse physically handicapped,

paign? was introduced. in order to save therosycaeeked' pride or the Intervention of earning power may be great eenoubg u b" Nh..re' life or business partner and get 8. Occupies or did housing
6.90 U'IS occupy living units .
680 destroyed or ex
troublemakers. to
witch or the make one glad later right down to business .mining
tensively
pint-sized damaged by natural disaster.
gob
lin fj, ',*- 'J7If- 144 on, the that ."r7th1nelappended! SAGITTARIUS$ them for all they are worth.. For approved Projects, Federal Rent Supplement payments
It
Just
This kind of campaign had the backing of 'GEMINI) way did. NOV. S-40-M-11.200 will be made directly to the owner of Projects on behalf of

Mister Donut of America the 5409914789VIRGO' BORN PISCES qualified tenants. Only new housing ejects or ulstingheusing
national chain of donut largest inter- BORN MAYlist "23rd(' BEC. 21st projects involving major rehabilitation are eligible to receive
and coffee shops BORN FEB.ntf rent supplement payments. For the most
part, Projects must
under the aUSpiCeS of the' National Safety JUNE .21st 'BORN AOL You' can you know. One has to be approved for mortgage Insurance and rent supplements by

Council You can take it. The old pro tab things at face values but : MAR 2J1.. the Federal Housing Administration before construction or re-
It was discovered that the whom one runs across now and 3r.*suiprsEPheiiewould( this does not Justify doing netting Ifs 1& clock. Some Plseiansmay habilitation and must be owned by one of the following '
j serious Halloween majority of then can provide the exampleson ItTs no ; tochangathem from had- still be somewhat in a U Private Organization
\ accidents occurred be- which can be drawn In the management be someJusUficatlon for an I- (Heaps Into valuable assets' date brought on by the lossof Z. Limited dividend Mortgagor
cause .children. in their excitement dashefc of our own lives. told-you-so attitude this month, Everything seems to point to case, a friend, or both. Pr. it 3. Cooperative Housing Corporation
( blindly intp the streets dur1Jlg'the1'r While one can learn from ones but it may not be exactly wise complete frustration and an attitude may be due to business difficulties Housing Owners will oitaln:: financing from private leaders
trick or trpat' Jaunts. TOO often too sanll mistakes, it II.impl1er,and ru .to express It too forcibly. Dear of futility on the 1st But of a financial nature. with Mortgages Insured by FHA. Mortgages are eligible for f'
to be seen and wearing dark-colored glasses less painful- to learn from one can fly off the handle at u soon U one starts analy And the advent of a solar eclipse purchase by FNMA in its secondary market operations,
and costumes, they were not readily theirs instead 1 This applies in at the drop cia bat or at the first sing the hidden meanings that is not calculated to raise spirts Families and individuals who are eligible for rent :supple '
motorists until It was ,too visible the u late. one fine a:Job,cut away,, from being met, especially the mone Sagittarlans to.t&rtoo a ray of sunshine that will not rent. AUo 4 tenant with rising Income can continue to live in
Maybe the kind of Halloween observance under take itastue uwtller. tary ones. The tact that there a campaign of seU-bettermsnt take long la breaking through. the yshis paying a higher rent andrtceblnea lower -
should be changed from what it used to be Is a better one waiting else may be trouble In the economy and eventual success.If already It win u soon u a new coarse meat Income rises; or continue to live In the Project
in the horse and buggy: age Maybe certain where. The solar eclipse which one's own as well as in the financial occupying. one of the seats of the' the time and circumstances.Or after be la no longer eligible for rent supplement.

areas gf streets could be roped off for the falls on this day may be termed world u a whole. Is sometilng mighty remember one cannot it may com u a result ofof This Jf a Program that ta already Wldenrayln Jacksonville
In' order to bad only Insofar u It may blast that one may have to take misuse or misapply authority a newly-formed marriage, and NEED for more and better housing both public and
Jaunts insure'safety! of the Gemlnlans out of a rut from any into calculations.: The solar without running' 5 risk. The extensive travel or the adoptiea private makes it a must that we u citizens rise to our
children. Maybe] if a bah should be put on promising prospect to where eclipse reveals a worried state nratlce of secret diplomacy may of an entirely different philoso- sponsibilities and work earnestly towards the Implementattoa re

t cars for Iw9, hours r say 7 to 9 p.m. ithis .ever... ...It...,leads _of_ "mind. tUo ,be u productive phy. The element of surprise Is of programs like Rent-Supplement and minlmumhouslat code
would be tile .a "CJWer.. \ '.10 u -18 IU' I0811. U-16.732 ttrf4.60.'$$ .Ii 100t UYI.PILE enforcement. to make our community a better place In which to


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When CM Prince Hall Masons give a program Is a bug taken by AJPaul "Crawford for to*' FLORIDA STAR,' chow West DuvaL The Rev. D.L. Herod was master of cerelnOn i.. West Union Baptist Church. Many musical organlattons: toot
I program, replete u you see, with all the regalia the masonry member and friends at the Cornerstone Laying at 913 The speaker was the Rev A.F. Cummings pastor, of the part. Ministers and laymen were also on the program Grand .1
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somewhere placing Miss ;<
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N '1 J Kr ti es I White's natal day ,somewhere I
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M e llear.Support, then,cannot fail.MIss r

N p P White, we are sure, can glory
In the knowledge that Jacksonville
cares. Perhaps there are t
those who win make strong ;
x regular contributions.\ There, ,

ut 1 are business, fraternities-
clubs which can make this .
s affair a phenomenal success.If ,
fv everyone of us goes into I
his pocket and contributes us-
selfishly Miss Eartha MX
4 ''r White, President and Founder ;
i/fl> of the Clara White Mission, j
The Old Folks Home, The ':
-JhIll 1' Mercy Hospital, the Historic
c- Museum. The Home for Un

married Mothers and The Nursing -
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School and Orphanage, can
"i M( say, "I Thank You" and can
ti close out the evening with the
t first two :"GOD FIBST."

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The ladies shown ari officials of the Women's Day Celebration a.b houston, Chairman of' Publicity; Mrs.Juanita Greene w PORT f
held at Union Community AME Church. Standing Secretary; Miss Willie Geneva Daniels, Chairman; Mrs.
I front from left, are: limes. LUlle Mae Bell, Daisy B. Johnson Tommie Lee Wilker, co-chairman and Pastor for the day REFERENROM VOTE
Susie Crane, Ollle Mae Worth, Lucy Gardner Hazel and Mrs. Myerle Sheppard. STAR Photo By. A. Paul Crawford

Jackson, Ruby Johnson Standing back, from left, are: Mrs.' ,

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AME ZleiisM .
FACTS Presbyterians Plan __
We will find In most boots
300 million
Approximately
of church history the birth of the rJ '!
paperback books were printed in .
church dates from Penicost
this country last year. 'The church .Is mentioned u,

\ '::............' t I ) .0 t'r ,, ,Huge ,Crisis Layout coming into existence u early x
'L.",." f' : u Acts 2.47 .ttlbe Lord is .t

In 1949 William R. Ming, Jr., NEW YORK-The United Presbyterian Board of National Ills- said to"be "adding to file church f
I
t Chicago attorney, was the ekes has endorsed call made earlier for the establishment of dally. Even at this early date II
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they were following an -- I
accepted ,
first Negro elected rice chair a one million dollar "urban crisis" fund. -
d the American Veterans The call, Issued In September "For the doctrine called .In Acts ICZ. '
man sake of America'ssoul "The Friendly Westside Union Male Chorus will observe
Apostles doctrine fellow The \
Committee. by the Rev.Dr.Kenneth a Neighthe ," Dr. Neigh told board ship". Its first anniversary Monday In the main unit of
board's general secretary, members, "the Church must be If we accept the doctrine of the Royal Tabernacle Baptist Cburcbm1320, West list Street. .
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cited for denominational
necessity at
crisis points with Ideas,com the church as "The whole company The Rev. Lee McQueen is pastor. Members of the group are: CITY COUNCIL -
commitment of both TANS 'Uln
mitment and Important money"if of regenerated believers"then Front, Joseph P. Long president; second row, from left Rev. IEA
In 1M4 William Wells Brown money and Ideas to help answer U hopes to effect "radical these early Christians Willie Lee Clantoo pastor of Mt.OUve Baptist;Mrs. CatherineW. Mayor Hans 'nu1&Iet'urge I
started his work u an ateli- "the aching urban questions reconciliation" within society. must be admitted,since they had Sykes and Mrs. Helen F. Bellamy musicians and dlrectos all Dwal citizens to vote 1
tioolst. shattering our culture. The United Presbyterian fund, believed and accepted baptism, and William H.Cherry,Jr.thlrd; row from left; Deacon Manuel DIST.4 "YES" on November 7 for the :
he said, will be raised outside verse / In verse 48 they are Arthur C. Davis'Hill and KowrtK.simpunsjiuurui; row, Deacon Jacksonville Port Authority. ;t
Club of normal denominational said to be saved. This word .Is Horace Robinson, Deacon Jeremiah Robinson, Richard HID nrendum on the second prl-
Need Church nels and apart from current universally used to. designate and Deacon Perry Robinson; fifth row,James M. Harvey. Also may ballot.
budgeted Items. It will be ad' regenerated people. appearing u guests will the Gospel Chorus of the First "Our Jacksonville Port Authority
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ministered by acommlttecom Baptist Church of Fernandina Beach Fla wants to pay its own
Or Wed 111 Pictures posed Of the national missions \o. .... way..Let us help by voting
agency's members and staff.CALLAHAIFLA VOTE NOVEMBER 7 "YES" on the November 7, ,. :
referendum Issue I
.Illst regarding
CHI FOR APPOINTMENTS, .r Will CW TO YOV VOTE NOVEMBER 7 of revenue certificates.. The l'
) JOHNNY ultimate outcome should be new '

WITH NO SERVICE 01 SPECIAL CHARGES .. To Honor VOTE KOYEMBER1 Industry for Jacksonville... and ,I

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through the medium of the ,
". : .' .; t church, to lend support to the '
r lEI COYERACE. 'l5-.ar-olelIDsUtuUoa of high i
y 1 '.r learning. THANK YOU

lilY PIGMIES' Dr. Flnlayson,besides holding/ i
,
i, Since! the church Is born of God., the presidency of the Baptist
.1'.1'.l ,we are called Sons of God, and general State Convention of t
lGMPRICES"COLON
109 as Individuals are sail to par Florida, vice-president of the
take of His divine nature Sec-, Baptist General NatlonalCooventluo. .
.. cod Peter 1:14. We assume and .
OR. are sure tt to Holy (His nature Hell. a member of the Board
). If God's nature is Holy THANK YOUTHANK L
1 J d Trustees of Florida Memorial -
4. then His sons likewise are Holy. College and pastor of the ., l
HACK & WHITE The early Christians declared Macedonia First Baptist
their belief In a Holy Catholic Church, Miami.
Church.So,when we declare our A member of the ministry for '
belief In a Holy Universal over fifty years, Dr. Finlaysoois ,
PHONE TODAY Church, we prostulate the idea the former president of the YOU : I ,
that It was to go into all the Florida Baptist Institute and a !

SMITH' 741-3200 world. past chairman of this body ;, .
BOI We must always remember
PERRYROB)1VSON. '
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'that fellowship In the church isrolusfary'Tbere "
"
Callahan. Fhv-Men Day I'I must be no, .,1 "'i '
SISTER BESSIE will be celebrated at Greater coercion of any kIDS in becoming p : THANK YOU bi&
Mt. Pleasant! onSunday,November ]
a member of the the church. .
JREK: CANDLE WITH EVERY"READING"he 9. Deacon Perry Robinson Each person must choose :.._ ,: :
of Royal Tabernacle will be the

he will read your entire life-past present and speaker at 11 a.m. At 3 p.m.! whether a member he, but or she no will one become may ,,:: I .. a.jj ", '". THANK YOU { ;l" :
but wIU tell yes Rev R.V. Webster Professor : BRAND NEW
future. She asks no questions choose his own place In the ..
and torts of d Edward Waters .. .,'
want to giving date Theology I' !
what know .
you church.: This must be left up ,
business, love health and family attars. Whelp College viii be me speaker. I to the Master Builder-Christ. : 1967 YWSEDAN .. ,' .'" ,', '
whom will Royal Tabernacle and Macedonia '1 I ,
find lost art. TELL you you
marry yon and when.If the one you love ls tree, what I AME Male Chornsus will a Though part of one the may roof find, another himself apart I : .. For YOM Vole 01 CoiMMce
to doto be successful.Win reunite the separated, furnish the music Guest soloists of the foundation wall, and .
will be Deacon James 1698"0IUVUU0 ,
locate absent friends and relatives and cause Bryant yet another a prominent place'near '" '''>' \ '
Glbbe and WillieB. .
between man and wife. Make op Rev. E. 1.1' .)
happiness the
entrance, none may -
lover's quarrels. Tens.lfslcknessorbaducklsWw ., Young. boast nr exclude another from ; IN tAX ,"
evil taflaenee and bad tact Does act tell A special candlelight service L-rw, 1M .... eraCatlin ,
natural enemlnes, his place as part of the building.; tt : : ..
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visit win for] win be held at 3 !in ; ;-
to please yon,bat win tilltietreh.tkr repay youdlsappototmeds p.m. "Tea I believe In the Holy ? ) .
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to an others. I not only read your life like an, memory of Deacon Arthur Catholic (j) i .: .. '
Church."Neztweekwetill Elect Eric 0. SIMPSON
opei book but I also belp yes oat of your 7ROITB D. C o a e'; Jones. discuss "The Forgiveness !:. .. ; .. Help f" "" : ;
and see why you are so unhappy,wfcea everything .....la g o The Sunday School opens at of Sins". 3 *;' K '
'rrot.WIITteadasddowsheuttedskkandworrledwblfyyocat ':JO am., with James H. Mitchell -: YA : / 1 .:
11' Is wen within the realm of >+ ,, ,
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be helped! and everything made clear by consulting. THE u guest superintendent., possIbility\ that Jesus asked 1: Griffin .'J:?. ; .
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:, OTTED 1lEDtVJ(11"l'Jbod1 welcome. NOMAILAHBWERJB Other guests will Include men leidfcg tnesttonswUch be knew '," Stnrice Board ., :
: I make M BOOM calls. Don't mistake the a4drea.-'Ita from Edward Waters College would bring sufficient answers >!' Volkswagen To Civil '\
I BESSS Is located north of CaQahaa on 0A flf Ifl mile from Walker Commercial Collegeand oa which to lay the foundation
, City of CALLAEAN Florida. Phone! ;79-Ei60.wt various churches of Jacksonville for his leaching about the INC ," .
cu FOR ma.Wit w moan OF BOOKS and Nassu Coaty. ,",. Tills was necessary, ]250IAST'tla. T. j. i La
Across !the Street from SPORTSMAN MOTEL; The pastw.Rev.C.W.WhtrtefV .since they werttobe the nnelens .. JS4-9O9I' GIMP 7. '
Open daD, I a.... to-)0 p jn.. ueladtef Sundays; and the chairman T. Bins, sad around vkkfc the church would ., tz \:: :
,t_ CUPPING KNTI.TtE4.YOU TO A JI RXADOfG faR.it tend aa Invitation te everyone be formed. ,! .. .:.. ,. AA,
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Georgia Judge Nixes Plans For Building Another Segregated School- Y.IIeJ



; HAACP Defuse' Is Victor Watts CoMMittee- Says "'...aksur. Humphrey Says Head_ Stresses


It Battle For Rifhts Jobless Must Personality,

Dr. W. W. E. Blanchet, President
Be Job Aided of the Fort Valley State
MACON, Ca. A Federal District Judge In Georgia has or. College addressed the student
dered fee Bibb County Board of Edjcatloa: not to construct WASHINGTON 4,PD-Equal body and faculty members at
a proposed high school on a particular site, because this I opportunity' isn't enough, :according the first vespers exercisesesin
school would result In further segregation.! to Vice President Hubert the college auditorium.

This is the first time that' H. Humphrey,who believes Vespers exercises" have beena
further support of the "dual II Ido If Ij Iy t tI
a Federal District Court In system" that the mmmpolyedmustbeeo- part of the educational program -
a school desegregation case In support of their charge that couraged to seek Jobs. at Fort Valley for a
has Issued such an order. the proposed high school will "It Is not enough to open the number of years. The effort Is
Attorneys for the NAACP further result in segregation, gates of opportunity and say to make it possible for all students
Legal Defense and Educational the LDF attorneys pointed out Come through,' because a man to. receive sqme benefit
Fund (LDF) who filed the motion that the school Is being built who has been tolel to stop outside of an education very basic to
for preliminary iujuctton, In a Negro community next to I for alone time has automatic our heritage an d well being
on a provision from the land a Negro elementary school,and relies even when the gates are Dr. Blanchet feels there Is a
mark Jefferson County decision being named after a Negro edu open." great need for religious activities .
In which the Fifth Circuit Courtof cator. "He doesn't come through*.!! on the campus as it
Appeals held that "the They further charge that the takes little encouragement. It. broadens and strengthens the
school system as a whole shall school has been earmarked asa means you sometimes have to enrichment program for the'
locate any new school and substantially coeducational Institution, as take him by the hand You have to student body. He said "Much
expand any existing opposed to white schools which stay with him" can be gained from Vespers
shcools with the objectives of are traditionally separate for j "And that Is exactly what we Services, and I hope the Institution
eradicating the vestiges of the boys and girls at the high school i are going to"have to do with our continues to have them. ,
dual system" level. unemployed, Humphrey said Dr. Blanche message dealt
Acting for the residents of These factors,according to theLDF "The Vice president noted that with "Personality Change and
Pleasant Hill, a predominantly attorneys have In the past the skills needed for America Attitudes" that are developed
Negro residential area in the denoted such schools as Negro today are embedded In hardcore along the wayin the pursuit
cit, of Macon, the LDF attorneys schools and have "contributed employed the unskilled of knowledge, primarily at the
charge the Bibb County substantially In perpetuating and the illiterate in those who'oyer Fort Valley educational set
Board of Education with planning segregation." decades have been pushed ting. He said, "Look forward
to build ,a Negro school ) down and oppressed and do not .to change as you go about your
even realize there is a chance" daily tasks.General personality
:
Whet Is Mil's traits do not change drastical'
Uses.N'e."GIMMick" I ly in a short period of time.
NAACP
lick From Research tells us that attitudes
,
Worth? letters 1Jiht'Y do not change significantly

For the years. Some schools have
The Presbyters Vietnam the reputation for changing attitudes

Viriiita Votes ....lt...-. .-- .. ... ... In a four-year period.I .
A1C Thomas Fowler, son of hope that Fort Valley will be
The Summer Festival Committee of Watts, California, it to th. Jordan High School Alumni Association for acho1 lbJps. '
Mrs. Claudia Fowler and the listed among them;To say onehas
1s'man'.
CHARLESTON S.Cr-NPl New York-Wha.t worth? shown presenting the Schlitz Company with a certificate of Robert G. Thomas, manager of the west coast service for late Mr Eddie Fowler, of 5625 a bad attitude means no
The NAACP is using old-fas That question will form the appreciation for its contribution to the success of the recent the company, Is receiving the presentation. Others In the Bree Road, has returned to the' thing. Personality Includes a
hioned persuasion In South central theme for five area festival. The festival closed out with a Count Basle Concert, picture from the left are, Baltimore Scott festivalcochairman states from Vietnam. He has mutipliclty of attitudes.
Carolina Louisiana, Ohio meetings of United Presbyterian and also featured Joe Williams Proceeds from the more Ratricla Reed, coordinator beauty and Clarence Hester,
Michigan, and Texas and "big Men in which about 3,500 10,000 tickets sold by the festival committee was turned over finance chairman. Barkln, Herman Associates Photos.
business" gimmick In Virginiato persons are expected: to participate Seiitor Keiiiedy
promote voter registration.. this winter.

launched In Charleston amasslytcampa1gnto'rerecJ.ster the organisation was Final voted approval recently of the by program the Executive Negro Collegians. Rebel Advancement Columbia Unit Foresees Trevkle


Negro voters the and state's add 60,000 190,000 new Council Committee of United of the Pre National Against Race Patterning In Rate 01 Journalism Senator Robert F. Kennedy,
Democrat from New York has
sbyterian Men. The committee ,
registrations. The state's potential During advancement-In-rate Hits Publicity
said that violence rill increase
Negro vote Is 350,000.The also authorized the holding of NEW YORK-A trend among Negroes In colleges to rebel ceremonies held at Training next summer unless something
drive Is being conducted two special regional meetingsnext against Interracial conformity and reject white guidance has Squadron No. 22. NASA Kings-
and NEW YORK-( >)-Black extremists Is done to ease the tension existing
this year in South Carolina because year, completed plans been outlined by a national magazine. ville, Texas, Leon Stroy, Yeoman are getting much publicity now.
,for the annual
state law requires re- organization's in the current issue of LOOK Ernest Dunbar of 17
Class
business session next Writing a Third was one at a time when many Kennedy pointed out the "lackof
registration every 10 years January. LOOK senior editor, cited "the birth of Afro* or all-black men to be advanced In rate on leaders speakfor Negroes.That communication" between
"Bread and butter wtthbSUota"laths The area meetings held on clubs and societies" as a manifestation of black militancy September 16. He received his of a conference
five consecutive weetends beginning was a consensus Americans. He spoke of the
drive's slogan. Some on campus advancement certificate from at the Columbia Graduate School widening of the between
In February, will deal gap
10,000 volunteers are expected with values placed on human life Dunbar defined the change in Berkeley, a tendency to "avoid the squadron's Commanding of Journalism attended by white and black America. Re
to participate lathe. registrationN In the face of social and scientific these terms: "Time was when white advisers." Officer Cdr. II.N.lCey, Jr. minority-group and news- urged a deepening of the study
campaign, developments The the occasional Negro acceptedat An increase in mental difficulties Petty Officer_Story is assigned media representatives for elimination of problems
eater registration will Include discussions programs an Ivy League School among Negro studentshas The parley was opened by THOMAS FOWLER within the area of race
drives also are under way In worked fantically to become resulted from the
of Income-producing work as a pressure Benjamin Holman assistant served four years In the army, relations. .
Texas.Louisiana, Ohio', Michigan, and yardstick of a man's worth,and what he imagined was proper s they face today. the article rector of media relations U.S. in the United States Air Force Senator Kennedy said ttat the
the treatment given to impoverished 'college gentleman. Today knew Indicates. Community Relations Service, Fowler Is a 1961 graduate of the slum dweller the Negro and
u In Richmond, Va., E.L.Slade, bleed of black cat .Is tearing Dunbar reported on black so-'
or unemployed which was to be worklngquletly Stanton Senior High School and a others see the world as dark
NAACP president,Joined forces persons. up white campuses poking cletles at Columbia Princeton, yJ In cities to settle
In a change from the program 35 major member of the Mt. Ararat Baptist and hopeless placeTboiak
vim the Crusade for Voters torponaor
holes in some ivy-covered notions Harvard and Radcllffe Yale, racial desputes. Church
of the
arrangements past
a Freedom Contest in years, about Integration and Dartmouth Wellesley, Berkeley -
which a total of J42S will teawarded area meetings will begin on Friday -
tracking Watts and Newark Merritt College and San fLESSlNKS! llESSIIti
afternoons(previously most
to registered voters "
Into the fastidious halls. Francisco State. ,
; of them have begun on Friday The "Afro" clubs serve as a While some schools do not The man born wltii tt e--gift I Each Of Yea
mornings) and will conclude
? Roosevelt Franklin of Macon -
focal point for black students' permit organizations to discriminate 8Y.
with breakfast. table communion views cultural and on a basis of Y Georgia. It is through God
activities race, i
I Hew York Most services on Sunday.MkhtgoH efforts to Influence the college he pointed out, the content of that | can remove all evil conditions ie Fer Year Vote
some questions you may
administration. meetings Including phrases ,
I Riot, Prow Says Negro Factors which give rise to like "my black brothers", discourages wish to know. '
these clubs, wrote Dunbar, Include curious whites form tX) YOU NEED MONEY? And Se,,ort
J .the growing number of Joining. I
85-City Survey
Soloa Asks For ghetoo-bred and other Negroes B MY SICKNESS NATURAt It
In prestige colleges, a new CAN MY HUSBAND S7'OADRINKING .
NPT 'A Violence desire "to Invest their energies Chicago U'S 1 ?'
E"A1JSTON: ffl. -( >- Less CAN MY LOVE ONES BE RETURNED -
In the black communities"
stud at the causes of racial ;
}
outbreaks has found New York'to DETROIT. (NPI)}-Rep. John a recognition of black values, Newsrag Says ?'' Vote Again November 7th

be the nation's most riot- Conyers (D.-Micb.)) has taken and specifically at strife-torn They call me the (Rootmani

prone city, and San Bernardino Issue with those who say blood- OK On PowerDavid to-the Administration Department I But I am only a servant of God.
CaII ., the least likelyto shed is needed achieve Negro where be is assistant 'to
Airman 01 The Month I Because God Is the answer
blow up. freedom. Violence will not be Sitter former editor of to the I
Public Affairs Officer all life's problems. am the ( EJOHNNELSON)
Prof. John Maloney of North required, be said, "if whites Winfred N. Graham, so n of the campus newspaper The Maroon He has been In the Navy King of all Day Prophets. Send '
western University, who Is conducting eliminate the vicious racism Mrs Cornelia Graham 5778 wrote In"Chicago Today" since October 22, 1965, and Is I, !for my special selected Bible
a survey of 85 large that this country has been Carver Circle Jacksonville, that black power "could be a a graduate of Matthew W. Gilbert verses To be read onSPECIAU
cities found these characteristics I steeped In since the Constitutional was chosen recently as Airman boon for American race relations. High School He Is the son DAYS. .
of"expleslon" areas:High Convention." of the Month of Septemberby ." of Mr and Mrs. Walter 1.. Send self-addressed stamped *
spending on police,a small per On the other hand, Milton the Security Police Squadron Satter a university senior Stroy of 1340 West 23rd St., envelope and $%.00 for Bible: I
centage of laborers high Henry, a Negro lawyer from No. 432, stationed In San called black power "the culmination Jacksonville Florida.Milwaukee verses and spiritual Messages.You .
gasoline sales high per-caplta suburban ,Pontiac Mich., saw Francisco. Mrs Graham received of what I believe to be will receive Bible verses
Income, and a ia"p; percentage nationwide guerrilla warfare asa this enthusiastic news the most profoundly conservative by return mail
of the population over 65.,I necessary prelude to .black recently and so Informed the movement In civil rights to- Priest Send TO: CIVIL; SERVICE BOARD GROUP 4
emancipation. FLORIDA STAR. Graham re- day. Rev Roosevelt Franklin
.. ----- This movement, he said, "in 630 Morrow Avenue your qualified candidate
I volves redirecting the energies Threatens Reaction Macon, Georgia 31301
of civil rights workers toward BUSINESSMAN ATTORNEY

I Elect .. II I than Negroes toward themselves the outside r world.a the" Rev.MILWAUKEE James E.-(NPI Groppl)-- The has .1 specialize!yea cpde in all 912-74-5(47 case work: i hlP&IHu II..$..,.... W III ,... Nd_ t

Black power "represents a threatened to "beat someone's
. Mwwin. [{Wood turning away from trying to enter brains in" the next time he
yt1 the Institutions of white sees a policeman knock downa
r society and a leaning toward Negro girl and .kick her in
! COUNCil. building the kind of power" the stomach.'
r .European Immigrants amassed, The open-housing march SIPF0HYOIIOSEIE
6th DISTRICT he said. leader swore he would use
( But Negro slums, U n 11 k e a baseball bat In "Christian
earlier ethnic slums are unstructured self-defense" should he ever i

he added. And to again witness such an attack.
< LpCiDASIE; HONEST-Si11CERE overcome this radical, com- on t his demonstrators,
munity organizing tries to "If we're going to have nonviolence iI

Paid PollUcafJUIr WINFRED N. GRAHAM ."build." secondary group structure. sides preach It to both I iI

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kitchen detergent!, clothes pins, fine art of saying "no," nicely! Poverty Soap
a scrub brush dish drainer, and It Is probably not possible to
so on. Every item will be used avoid some hurt feelings, so
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M like to make my last.,...'. what you want to say, then for the needy this Christmas gip,
pair make do. They are still stick to It. Any1 hesitation on or later-be sure to include r "
good boots, but they look your part will sound like en- 'generous supply of toilet soap and
pretty ran down. Know any couragement. Don't be surprised large containers of soap or deter \
first-aid for old boob though If he doesn'task gent products for .housekeepingand
you for dates for a while laundering.This .
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soap to another towel and workit J
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fix that will be different? the basic
boots with towels CM we buy supplies requiredto
paper overnight -
to shape them. If they A. Fix "dogs with a difference --- keep themselves and their
are a neutral color, that's probably !" Hot dogs, that is. No Silver and brown lurex is art homes clean. <
all you need. U they are hayride should be without them. fully combined In this smashingand By giving soaps and detergent
out Slit dress aa your contribution to the war f.
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for the final shine. Throwaway each one before grilling and SACONY. The softly gathered on poverty, you are actually offering 1

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\0 A ." .:.;;:j II trims 346 years ap until today corn to as much part of

( MhM"" .*. e. domestic.Thanksgiving and American history a* turkey, both wild and

'. '(. To thank the Indians for giving the Pilgrims corn seed and
teaching them how to sow and harvest It, Governor Bradford
.1. Invited the Sachem of the tribe that befriended the Pilgrims
Chicken Pil For A King to a Thanksgiving feast that lasted three days.
Without the gift of corn and nature's munificent bounty of
r ., wild turkey, it is highly unlikely that our traditional Thanksgiving *
.Jt dinner would be as synonymous for turkey u corn is for
Wild Turkey Bourbon, the distinctive distillate made of corn.
So abundant was America's largest pme bird that it led
Alexander Hamilton to proclaim that "nO citizen of the United
States should refrain from turkey on Thanksgiving Day,"
Ott r With the 'devaluation of Continental money, wild turkeysand
Mr corn also served as a medium of exchange or barter.
? i Corn also proved a solution to space problems, as our fore
41 fathers blued new trading trails west by pack horse A horse
that could carry only four bushels solid, weight could carry
24 as a liquid. So farming families converted grain, especially:
c corn, to liquid spirits, which they In turn bartered for ne-
cessities.The .
advent of bourbon, as indigenous to America a wild
turkey also contributed to the death of rum and the slave trade
that supported it. To ship rum, the new world's spirit madeof
) sugar cane harvested by slaves, from the New England
p Iy rr, e5api seaboard to inland settlers made it cost prohibitive.
k'1 Besides economics, the pioneer settlers, who bad fought .
for freedom, could not morally support a product that went
Good enough to be a favorite with anyone Is Chicken I In King 9t
and So made
their
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against grain literally figuratively.
I served over rice. The thickened sauce, deliciously flavored and ,rTMs
: run of mushrooms, help make this dish fit for all subjects. whiskey as a substitute for rum. As the native productionof
i, Chkken: a la King grain spirits increased, It routed rum and the slave trada
that supported It.
\ V\ cup margarine I1/ cups chicken stock or aYe But as every schoolboy knows, the coup d'etate to slavery
: < pound mushrooms, sliced chicken bouillon cubes dis
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came with Abraham Lincoln's famous Emancipation Pro-
I /t> cup com starch ::iced: ; In l< cups boiling t t i nMMv clamatlon speech. Not as veil known Is that fact that Lincoln

1 teaspoon aall 1 cup light cream .- i1.1'd also was the first president to proclaim Thanksgiving
I teaspoon white pepper I cups diced cooked chicken ".-' ,. a national holiday. Prior to bis proclamation, it was irregularly
4 teaspoon dry mustard v observed.
Dash VI cup chopped pimiento .
cayenne t tablespoons sherry _. :a&. Today the majority of Americans celebrate Thanksgiving as
yt teaspoon Worcestershire sauce :PRAISE THE CORN AND PASS nIl TURRET-Sine* 'Ibanbu Tukey, both wild and domestic oar a palter and In glasses did the Pilgrims:, in thanks for their munificent blessings,
heat Melt margarine in sauceplllMd mushrooms Cook over low j giving celebration of the Pilgrims 346 years ago until today, as Wild Turkey bourbon, made of corn, and served as a' including a bountiful supply of) domestic turkeys that pound for
until tender, stirring occasionally, about 5 minutes Blendin
pound constitute one of America's best buys, as does corn in
corn Is much of and American
u part Thanksgiving history Cobbler
corn starch, salt, white pepper, dry mustard and cayenne its many transformations.To .
Remove from heat. Gradually blend in chicken stock and light
cream, stirring until smooth. Stirring constantly cook over enhance the succulence of turkey, there's nothing quite
medium heat until mixture thickens, comes to boil and bells 1 comparable to whet appetites than a Cobbler old fashioned
minute. Add chicken, pimlento, sherry and Worcestershire sauce Let The MM Of The House NUTRITIONAL NIII1ES Place a lump of sugar in an old fashioned glass, saturate with
Heat. Serve over rice. Makes ( servings Campari muddle, add Ice a Jigger of club soda and two
Why not surprise your family with spoon water and I teaspoon vanilla. cotes of Wild< Turkey Bourbon, named In honor of America's
Show Off His-Cfliury.Arts the natural goodneu of a tweet. Cut the dates in half lengthwise and great game bird.

The Man Takes Over Indeed and sight the tot that i. at delicious U it Ueuy place 2 inches apart on a greased As a hot bread, try old fashioned corn muffins that melt In
one heartwarming inspiring during to prepare!Introduce them to pan. Melt chocolate in top of double .
summer months is the "head chef' doing his chores over fudge-covered dates, umple recipefor boiler over hot--not boiling-water. your mouth when split open and fill with butter. Mix 1 cup
: ,"w,,.., ,' -_" the outdoor barbecue: grill. For some reason men seem which you need only: I package Remove from heat and stir In milk, corn meal,, 1 tsp salt, and add I cup boiling water. Stir, add
I ) ;:( to have a way with meat cooked over the open fire. ((8 ounces) Bordo imported pitted, water and vanilla. Mix until U OCIth. 1/2 cup boiling milk and blend. Add 1 egg and beat lightly. Before -
'?r Long after the cookout season is over, the man of the house dales, 1 12-ounce package semisweet Drop I teaspoonful of fudge mixture pouring into greased muffin tin, stir in 2 tsp. baking
revI may still have urges to show off Is culinary arts. He may chocolate pieces, fi cup on each date half. Cool and powder and 1 tbs. melted butter. Bake la 475 oven until well
twrrtrned condensed milk I tabl .1 I serve. browned (about 12 )
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:. '. .'H meat recipe a great that ne-man Just might type' onions, and garlic: Bring to rl ',"YOUR D i\AR";

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special hint of orange platter and keep warm. '
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.t \ ;will be his secret ingredient Dutch oven.Blend cornstarchwith SPECIALS GOOD FOOD STQRE"
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'ICs surprising how the orange- to liquid, stirring constantly RIGHTS RESERVED THROUGH SATURDAY,
flavored Instant breakfast drink Bring to a boll; reduce beat
and cook until mixture thickens
perks up the taste of some
meats, especially Lamb. and to clear. Pour over shanks SHORTENING
Provide him with the assorted .Garnish with hot, cooked peas
vegetables and seasonings, Makes 4 servings..
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skill. Braised Lamb Shanks, a real he-man typo of meat, to 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon .together of family and friends ;
perked up with a mild orange flavor. And, Tang Instant Break 2 cups water for no other reason than enjoy.
fast, Drink to the secret to the delightful tasted this richly, 2 bay leaves ment of the company; and good FLA. KRABE A FRESN VROLEFRYERS I
flavored, moist, and tender lamb entree. Courtesy: GENERAL 6 whole cloves'I food. .
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CHEESE MUFFIN RING. .1 1 cup cup chopped chopped onions carrots 1/2 2 cup tablespoons mushrooms sliced water'chestnuts ,: ,: : 27 c
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1 clove garlic, chopped U.
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I self-rising flour lye cups milk 2 tablespoons eiwnstarcl. 1 can ((10-1/2 os.) condense*
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Stir together flour and cheese. Combine beaten egg milk and Cooked peas (optional) 1 :onion French tried FRESH BOSTON BUTT -'
oil. Add to flour mixture. Stir only to moisten flour. Turn into "'Or use 1/8 teaspoon pepper rings
well-greased S-lnch ring; mold or S-lnch square pan. :Bake In preheated and t/8 teaspoon grou cloves. Place green beam with '
425. oven. 2930 minutes or until. done. Serve with Brown lam b shanks on all mushrooms in a 1-1/2-quar
creamed eggs vegetables chipped beef. sides in heated shortening. casserole. Add water chestnuts, PORK ROAST'n.37c
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flour directly from container Into a One-cup dry measure level Place lamb shanks in Dutchmen condensed soup. Bake, covered,
off then remove two level tablespoonfuls per cup, according. to or heavy deep saucepan. at 850 for IS minutes. Remove
CSDA.recommendations.. Mix instant breakfast drink with from oven. Stir; then bake, I
sugar, salt, and cinnamon. Add .covered, for 80 minutes longer. M
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I Rattlers Cook Up New Defensive-Offensive Maneuvers For More Balance



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b f fi Pertutafeg To Speed; Experleiu

TALLAHASSEE, FlaThe Florida AIM University Rattlers
aDd defensive
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ti i are cooking .takfbetter'advantage of the
/ eal designed to speed on offense

tI and the experience defense..,
+nw balanCe.between our passing and
i "We've rot to have more
the remainder of the season, and we'rerolnt
) running game In an attempt to achieve our goal,to
.. .to add a few more playa Me Gaiter last wee .
Bald Rattler beadcoacb

Continuing, be said: "We also concentrate throwing more
plan to rearrange our defenses to flankers Eugene Milton and
somewhate so that we'll be able Kent Scboolfield to take some of
to make more adjustments when the pressure off Eason,who hat
has avery double teamed on some
'we face an oppoent> that been
good passing or runninj, occasions. .
attack. Milton has seven reception
In five games the Rattlers for 141 yards and SchoolfleU
have rolled up W5\ points by .bas four for 65 yards and toe

I points, 23 and two field16goals. touchdowns.Fullbacks Robert Lampkinand

The main concern with offenseIn Preston Johnson may see more
I points scored Is that only fiction as,ball carriers than the;
four of the 23 touchdowns were have In the first five games asa
scored through the air. result of the addition of the
Quarterback Elro Morand and new plays.
I Ken Riley have combined for Lampkln has gained 87Virdi
S3 completions In 135 attempts, in 24 carries and Johnson who

The Astro Bees led by quarterback Reese White (11), soundly whipped an orange Park eleven they blocked a would be punt in theend tone that Orange Park recovered, but couldn't'run'tne for 715 yards and four touchdowns has been hampered by injurlei
d ,Jut Saturday; morning, 8-0. as an enthusiastic crowd looked on, bringing their record to 5-0 ball out, for a safety. all season has 30 yards la nine''

for the year. The Bees defensive unit known as "The Grim Reapers of Doom" were outstanding In holding End John Eason leads In pass'recepUons carries. The ground attack
White completed a ten-yard to Rodney Walker who rambled for 39 before 192 yards halfback oriented
I pass more yards an aggressive Orange Park offense scoreless.The with 13 for has been until
I being stopped on the seven yard stripe in enemy territory setting up the only touchdown scored Astro Bees are sponsored by the Astro Gents lien Club. and three touchdowns. The remaining now with Hubert Glob and QeD
t'in the game 40 receptions are distributed Edwards carrying the bulk. ofe
President Julius Bacon announced there will be a benefit dance immediately following the
I' Shown scoring the six pointer ,Is Gary Nicholson, ((37)), after bulling his way through the stub-. Gator Bowl Classic on November 4th. John Standberry and his band will be the featured art- among eight players., ,'. running load.FAMU' .
born defensive line of Orange Park
ist for the dance, in which the proceeds will be used for payment of atheltic equipment for the Be Rattlers will probably
i The Eess also capitalized on the defensive play of Eddie L. Walker and Charles Albertle as
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Play In Offensive An old grid rivalry will be renewed onSaturday night when the Sid Glllman,' the coach and general manager of the San
high flying undefeated, untied, 3ethune Cookman Wildcats invade -
TALLAhASSEE mid-season look at pre-season expectations the Gateway City to take on the Golden Tigers of Edward Diego Chargers, tals with feeling his bow-tie bobs around like
shows the Florida AtM University Rattlers ahead in some Waters College at 8 p.m. in the Gator Bowl, In what Is billed a halfback trying to elude tacklers. The bow-tie was subjectedto the
the as
rides
areas and behind in others. as the game of the year for the North Florida area. several interesting during pre-season
One of the strong points is the running game. An area that Going back some two decades, the last time these two teams Chargers foundered and Oilman repeated over and over."Pm \

has caused the Rattlers many problems the past two season. met, Bethune-Cookman trounced the Tigers by a 32-0 score. not worrying. This is a vet, has held onto the No. 5 .
Halfbacs Hubert Gum and Glen Edwards have accounted for That victory was spearheaded by now Athletic Director and good football team. My only among the reasons .
70 percent of the total rushing yardage (595 yards) and have Head Coach, of the Wildcats, Jack McClalren and a Jacksonville concern Is progress. In some One of the major for
run more than half of the running plays. product, Raymond Thornton, Thornton later became an All-Am areas we are getting it,in some the success of Hadl and Post,
Ginn Is the leading ground the passing attack. Ginn is the erican. McClalren was on the receiving end of eight of eleven areas we are not. In the areasin and an offense that now ranked
gather with 341 yards in 65 workhorse and the man countedon passes from Thornton wbUecompletingthreepassesofhls own. which we are not, we will." No. 1 in the AFL is the veteran
carries for an average of to come up with the big One of the passes he threw was good for 58 yards setting up a And they have. line of tackles Ron Mix and
5.2 yard per carry. Edwardsis play when needed. six pointer. The Western Division leading Ernie Wright guards Walt
second with 2S4 yards in 30 Edwards: Is developing into a After being named All-American himself and graduating, Mc- Chargers remained the American Sweeney and Gary Klrner and b -
carries for an average of $.4 fliie broken field runner' and has Clairen went on to play pro football with the Pittsburgh Stealers Football League's only center Sam Grunelsen. rII
yards per carry. touchdown runs of 65 and 74 for seen rears.During Us pro tour he was namedto the All-Pro unbeaten team last Sunday by "We're not big," says line
Edwards and Ginn have brought yards to his credit this sea- Team. defeating Denver 38-21 for a coach Joe Madro of his forces,
life to the Rattler ground attack son. Three local grid jers all graduates of Matthew Gilbert High 5-0-1 record using the same "but we've got experience and Y
I and have prevented Rattler opponents A lack of consistency has School will see action with the Wildcats as they try to maintain weapons they have all season quickness up front. We've got
!I from concentrating on caused the Rattlers to place their winning ways. They will be led by tree safety, Alvin Wyatt -John Hadl's passing, Dick poise, confidence sureness" _ra
more emphasis on pass defense, 5-9, 185-pounder, who In his first year at Bethune-Cookman Post's rushing, a veteran offensive As for the defense, only linebacker !
!I I cue of the strong points last made history, being named to the AU-Conference team as atresbll1J line and re-made Frank Buncom and defensive -

I a. .. season. Defensive halfbacks \. Known for his versality, Wyatt.has seen duty as a' defense that is doing the one backs Ken Graham Les
Major azelton, Eddie Cooper place kicker, offensive halfback and kick-off duties. thing the Chargers were unableto Duncan sod Bud WhItehead are
I If Schenley. and Nathaniel James represent After seeing limited action against previous toed Alfred Hay- do last year: Stop opposing in the same positions as last
I .. three of the best deep backs the wood, 5-11,190 pounds, freshman came into his own against rushers. year. -
Rattlers have had in a longtime Allen University, scoring three touchdowns in succession. Hay- Hadl has passed for 200 or The front four Is entirely

always in thecenter but the pass defense has wood currently ranks 3rd among conference scorers more yards In each of San new-Jim Griffin, a tackle last ...-on ,.4'I.. .. .;," "", 't.--...._....--_
flatered two of the five games The third local talent Is Jimmy Jackson who sees duty as a Diego's games and is directing year, and Tom Day, acquired TALLAHASSEE, flavor three and a half years,the Florida
played this season. backup signal caller. the leading pass offense .In the from Buffalo, are at the ends. AIM University Rattlers have been using a monster on their
f Punting is slowly coming The golden Tigers' charges will be led by such stalwarts as league. He has bad only five and Scott Appleton acquired defensive line. He's 6'1", weighs 250 pounds, and goes by the
around to its 1966 form End Sylvester Hackney, Isreael King, Malachl Bessent George passes intercepted-the leastin from Houston and Houston name of Rudolph Sims
j j things John Eason who was ranked Engram, Albert Jones LeonSlatter,James Lacier,Ronald Den- the league. And he has been Ridge, a rookie linebacker in Rudy Sims Is called "The Monster" by Rattler fans, coaches,
I jt l 12th In the nation among small son and Walter Simmons to name a few. thrown for losses only four 1966,. are at the tackle spots. and players, in affectionate terms. Rattler opponents tend not
colleges last season got off Simmons of course Is known for his defensive play as be blocked times this year-also the leastin Rick Redman is playing his to agree when the call him "The Monster"They usually mean
t to a slow start this year, but two punts in EWCs homecoming tilt with Mississippi Valley the league. first season at middle line-
.' I has come around in the last that were recovered by Sam Newsom and William Shepherd for At the same time Post who backer and Joe Beauchamp, a It.The big guard from Tampa has been on the starting defensive
two games to raise his averageto touchdowns. scored three times against Den- safety as a rookie in 1966, has team from his, first day of practice as a freshman. He Is
.f. I 40J. Eason has punted 20 Edward Waters will be trying to add to their won-lost column moved In as the left corner without a doubt one of the hardest working linemen. on the
::1 \ times for 802 yards in five that now stands 4-2 and keep their total offensive rating of Fort ViHeyWitelcits back. egwia .
I'' games. second In the nation by NAIA with 476.5 yards per game and The change has been amazingTte Despite his size, Sims has always reported In excellent
f. j Punt returns Is another area ,seeking the possibility of moving up from the third place slot Are Chargers gave up 1716 condition and is the type of athlete who performs In practicethe
that is being given special at- defensively. yards a game on the groundlast way he plays In the game
tention "Jumping Joe" Meanwhile, ECC Is tied with Florida AiM for the conference season, but this year have
I II Willlas has returned U punts lead, and will be seeking to maintain unblemished record for Dnoas' DOOMFORT been allowing only 918 a game

for 98 yards. At this ame stage the year. "We had some Doubting
last season, Joe had returned Speaking of the Rattlers, the Southern University Jaguar Cats VALLEY, Ga.- -A first Thomases" Glllman says, recalling S. EVANS
a seven for 154 yards. will move into the "Den" on the llth of November for a night half of futables, punt and exchanging the pre-season com- .
Joe has been In great form contest scheduled to begin at 7.30 p.m. of the ball between ments, "but we knew things '
on kickoff returns. He has returned Head Coach Alonto S.Jake Gaithersjis) in his 23rd year as one another turned Into an exciting ,would eventually fall Into 3rd & MAIN
six for 210 yards and grid mentor of the Rattlers., Already selected: to the Florida second half for the 4,000 place." .
one touchdown. Sports Writers' Hall of Fame, GaIther can proudly look upon fans daring High School Senior First place, that is. JL .381 OPEN TILL 9:30 P.M. EL '4.838*
those twnety-three years with much success. His won-lost record and Dad's Day held at the Fort The week the Chargers meet If you are thinking of buyinga
stands at 183-32 and four ties during his leadership as head Valley State CoUep.Approximately the runner-up Oakland Raiders, car, the place to go is R$.
r coach.Shiw's. 2,000 high :who lead the league in all three Evans Motors 3rd & Main r
school seniors who were visiting major defensive categories St. The salesman to see is
Qyq Return To Bills' Itaeep the college on a day While Oakland added the defense Ernest Redmond. When walkingon
especially designed for them against rushing lead to the big lot Just ask for Ernest
HAIR POMADE Proves Key To Comeback HopesWhen saw the "Wildcats" defeat the its collection, San Diego took Redmund and get 10 gallons
I l Hair Lane College "Dragons" on over from New York in total of gas free with each sale.
Keeps Billy Shaw's mother saw her son with a cast on his
,w last Saturday afternoon. Muse offense and pass offense Anyone can be financed witha 4
Near and
knee she decided to hand out some motherly advice.
Lane, freshman, halfback Kansas City remained the rushIng down payment according to
,i W.II.Groomed I "You know what se said," Shaw asks with a smile "She told
: thrilled the fans with three leader. his credit. Many with a down
.... All Day, me, 'Son, don't be in a turry to play after you take off that billlant runs of 35. 25. and I' his credit. Many with little
"
Take at least two
thine. weeks
New laprovtd MURRAY'S Hair 40 yards. The first two times or no down payment. This week 1
q J kinky DraMinp. lurdao-manse PomiJ work heir wonders, Applied on Not even. Billy Shaw's mother four games on the American he got his hands on the ball DO YOU ..UI'IELPf our cars are priced to sell
,
In DM morning, hill keep 'Jull knows for sure about knees. Football League program. In So call
combed"* look /netenreed. set. .,..,t But if you know Billy Shaw, the others, San Diego is at Oakland third occasion a desperation ran BIlE i HOBLEN? 3548382. Be sure to ask for
MURRAY'a re.dux 7. anticipated that he would Boston at New York and '
you
Oft lall ".rdNS I diving tackle cut his bid shortto They come for many re soos- Ernest Redmond.
IIId t01mNd.N :. ,/ be back in Buffalo's starting Denver at Kansas City.
k ". make It three in a row. Lane Worried, Sick, Troubled Debts I
.$311 $525 56n mrywhen. w ::=yLARSE line-up sooner than had been Shaw is one of the steadying was a fullback and track star Nervousness Money Problemsand

I SIZE lao MURRAY'S expected. Influences the Bills are countIng at Huston County Training Domestic Troubles. 1967 CADILLAC: CPE. DEVILLE............... .........$5595Z
,P'Slt( .uwiou : :" And Shaw, who returned to on as they come off the School Some Dr. HT A must set
1 k' SMALL SIZE no ;:: Perry, Georgia He is have been able to buy new car with a $1500 saving yon
r misdfa NOOK '%tiunMUTUl the line-up two weeks ago bye week hoping> for a new reported to have run a 9.5 Homes Cars Pay off old bills, 1967 CHEVROLET CAPRI ,.._>.....................-*3l9Sp.b
WHICH PRODUCTS eo.d against Oakland, will be at his start in defense of their Eastern hundred and consistent .
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lltnlt, 4I2tf 1' guard spot Sunday when the Bills Division crown after winning Used only on one play before : ren's way through college and 1967 FORD ............J1._....".............................-J2995
.travel to Houston for one of only two of their first six this game, Lane has more than go lntobustnessess of their own.) 1968 CADILLAC SEDAN DEVILLE. ........_.....$45. .
games. likely, won himself a chance to All your problems, all your 4 dr. HT or 4 dr. Sedan DevUlejSiil power, air'* extra
The to Shaw tie
injury tore
se more action. I heartaches, your sickness,your clean

1I ligaments In his right knee It appeared to have been freshman troubles, could very well be' 1966 BUICK RIVERA.... ......... ............._-._-$339
S while blocking on a field goal day as halfback, Walter over with this adopt prayer onfaith Full power fair cord two to chose from. (

I attempt In a training camp Rittenberry ran 35 and 20 yards and belief 1968 BUICK ELECTRIC 225 ............._......_.._.82D51
workout July 22 was the first for two touchdowns but the former Jesus said: "If two of you shall All powers Fact. alr Z dr. HT

in a series in that the forced several was called back because 'agree on earth as touchingany- 1966 PONTIAC BONN. .................._..................$60"
changes Bills' line-up of an infraction. Tight end, thing that they shall ask,It shall 2 dr. HT p.b., p..., aut. air cond., tilt stet wheel

for and the is held largely the responsible club has Tommy Willis caught two touch be done for them" The word a- 1965 CHEVROLET IMPALA ...!........._......-.-.._*1995
( problems down passes from quarterback gree means blending our faith C dr. HT.. air cond. p.b, p.s. clean as new
run In to estimates so far this the season.time David Talton of 26 and 8 yards and our desire, For specific 1965 PONTIAC TEMPEST ._............un ,. ..m. *1595
Original on with the tormet one being called purposes. is a faith act that 2 dr. HT, Ri!. Ant In the floor bucket seats .
Shaw would be lost to the Bills back. Cornerback, Lewis Williams will move God to perform miracles 1964 PONTIAC BONN. 2 dr. H.T; 95
varied from half a season to Intercepted a by 1964 FORD --.r"5-
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as long as almost the fun year. Hilly Walton and scampered You can Write for Your Prayer 1962 COHVAIR 2 dr. ......._JZITZTTI........* J95-
But Coach
I e-foct-2 Joe Collier knew the 65 yards for an apparent touchdown and Lessons today Address J962 CSSTTRAT1ON WAGON 4 dr. _..........-..J 95'
260-pound All-AFL. only to have it nullified aUjnail l to Rev.L. Hatton.Post 1959 and looks very good .... O--!' *95
I guard would be back before -
To complete the scoring defensive Office Box U76PompanoBeach:
i. then. tackle; George Goff plunge Florida 33060. Send a self-ad OVER 100 CARS TO CHOOSE FROMS.EVANS
tTQ,1 "With that type Injury it through the "Dragons" defense dressed envelope along with
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to be out the entire season," ton In the end one tor a safety visit our Prayer and Blessing R.
Collier says "But with a player scoring the first two pointsof Service. Call Area Code
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hi Wildcats And Tigers Have Sharpened Claws For Gator Bowl Showdown I



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and "The Gator Bowl Ch85lc between the BethUll8-tookman
OlH| College Wildcat of Daytcw Beach and the Edward Waters
-." College Tigers of Jacksonville Saturday
I
should I be one of the great gridiron events KSffiftoli 1 1a
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area this seucm.: TIle game will >bare everything the local I :
non and football tans could uk tor", according to Jack IricCla1ren: 1
Headcoech u 8-CC.
cent
hai Threeof B-CCs outstanding who was later named to the
,one players'are from the Jacksonville All-American Team. He com- i dur Jyry? a H
area. 0)J) Alvin Wyatt, a pleted eight out of 11 passes to v e ti? ;
tlOQI 59", 185 pound tree safety, star end Jack McClairen. s tit ,7 J 44" t 'tp
field made B-CC history last year Thornton scored twice and yv
1 loni being named to the All-Con threw two touchdown passes. ,, L
ference Team as a first year That night McClalren: grabbed u ? 'nt w r
nandion player. Wyatt, a graduate of eight passes and completedthree !
Matthew W, Gilbert HighSchool passes on an end around ,
they also Is one of the more versa play; one good for 58 yards set-
saittu tile players on the B-CC squad. ting up a Wildcats touchdown. 7 tri a I
lIe has been used as a place McClalren who also made All er S rti
kicker, oftenslvebal.bchDdIs American, went on to the Pitts
ads! often called upon for kick-off brugh Steelers where be playedfor j 4 4Ta.
who, duties. (2) Alfred Haywood, a seven years and was named '1
rleriliu 5'll"I90 pound first year half- to the All-Pro Team before
:! '. back, is currently No. ) among returning to his Alma Mater I
tack conference scorers. Alsoa as Headcoach and Athletic DIrector j
intU2ea Matthew W. Gilbert High .
graduate, he ran three consecutive The B-CC Wildcats, undefeated .
led \ touchdowns In B-CC is currently tied with has k a. e
Homecoming outing this season. Florida AUf for first place
He also kick extra points.No. in the conference.
3 Jimmy Jackson is 6'3" Waters .......
a Edward College Tiger -------- -- --
190 pound backup quarterback, are currently ranked second Quarterback Leon Chance: also enjoys the task of carrying! the pigskin for the EWC Tigersas pound tackle from Tlfton, Ga. and center, James Lanier, also a sophomore from !the Gale-
of Matthew Gilbert. In the nation by the NAIL In he Is shown above on the way to a good gain against Mississippi Valley State College, way City k
"The fact that coach Fermoa Kansas City in total offense In the Tigers 27-6 homecoming victory. After an open date last weekend Coach Fermon Martin's Tigers have worked hard this :
Martin has five white players with a 476.5 yardspergameaverage Leading the Interference on the exciting play are co-captain George Engram. No 80 and past week in preparation for the Gator Bowl Classic clash with the Cooper Twins and com- I
on his squad should be an added and were third in de- Jacksonville's own, Ronald Denson, 6-2,187 pound, sophomore end. pany, the Bethune-Cookman College Wildcats Nov 4th. The game Is scheduled to get under
!incentive to make the game of tease Also shown moving toward the play that went for a sltable (gain, are Leon Slatter, 238 way starting at 8 p.m. ,
Interest to all the North Florida ,.
T i r"ITf\ if t fit \\it f ft
football fans. The integrated tiu iT'i inT'iiT.i< I< i <

for teams football In the and south I would are like good to \ this H' Thit li SpwtsJ0r II I

see more of the predominantly + 0** 0<&***+** +* ****0 **+*+*+**+4
Negro colleges make the I
move," McClalren said. The American Football League's annual meeting will be heldIn
McClairen will be a living New York at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel beginning Monday,
reminder of the 32-0 shelling Feb. 19. The meeting Is expected to last four or five days
B-CC handed the Edward The National Football League meetings will be held at the
Waters Tigers nearly two decades same time in the same hotel. ) ? ,
ago. It was the last time HOME FIELD ADVANTAGE? A look at the 28 games played SUPER.PRO 2nd } I Jd
the tow teams have met on the In the American Football League so far this season shows
gridiron. that the home team has'won 14 games, the visitors 12. There
Outstanding in that game was. have been two ties.

I f Quarterback ton, .native Raymond of Jacksonville Thorn .... BONUS ANNOUNCEMENTIftT : :


!; Mike Gvrett. MigH 1 QUICK CHANGES: Oakland center Jim Otto has this to say
about American Football League play in 1967. I
"The league is so unpredictable this year I never allow myself II
Quit Pro FootballTo to get overconfident during a game anymore, even when
we're way out in front And It..e're'behind, I t"11t we keep

Work With Poor' hitting. hard we'll have a chance to win .__ _. I I
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'Anything can !happen In pro football' today; The offenses and I
w -
*"YORlUuke refined' If," for the ... <
NEW Garrett, del eof"today'are becoming so/ ; easy ''
! the Kansas City running back rhythm and tempo and score, of the game to change quickly."
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who spent most of his lifeIn, ,,
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the melting pot of East Los Angeles .
expects to give up pro
1 football in three years and return PICKING ON GEORGE: Wally Lemm, Houston's coach, DEALERS
r to the ghetto-ej a social knows he has an outstanding outside linebacker in rookie FORD
a worker."I George Webster of Michigan State. What he can't understand .
love sports," Garrett says is why opposing teams are still trying to test him.
In the current issue of Look "1 Just can't understand why these teams try to pick on Web-
t Magazine; "they've! been part ster," says Lemm. "I don't know why they keep trying to TEAM UP WITH
1 of an my life, and I love football complete passes against him. They all try to isolate back on
LIlt there are more important Webster and complete a pass. But he's as fast as any of our
things.Pd like to go and defensive backs."
work among the poor. Against Kansas City, in the Otters 24-19 lastSunday, Webster
Garrettfs original five-year knocked down a two-point conversion attempt, deflected a pass AMERICAN OIL DEALERS
contract with the Chiefs has Intended for Otis Taylor and knocked down a pass to Curt
t three years to run after this McClinton that might have gone for a touchdown on the Chiefs'
season. He expects to quit after next-to-last drive.

this enlistment. .....
According to Look, the road TO HELP YOU
back to the ghetto Is as ob-
stacle-strewo u the one out. HOLD THAT NANCE: The Oakland Raiders, who limited
If Mike continues to dazzle Jim Nance to 68 yards the first time they met the Boston
coaches and fans, the money Patriots, limited him to 51 last Sunday, cutting off his 100-
available at contract-renewal yard-plus streak at three. Linebacker Gus Otto and defensive 1968 MUSTANGS.
: time will be bard to resist. tackle Tom Nesting explained what the Raiders tried to do. WIN
"We had: certain calls where our linemen slanted away from
the old standard charging defense," said Otto. "In effect, our
Match linebackers would filter into the hole to stop>> Nance. We Just
flooded Nance. You don't give him any boles and he's stopped."
This Claw "The formation," explained Keating, "is called an 'over- .L. t;,: ,
.35411Yl141 U' 30 defense.' I play straight up on the center and try to control '. (,
his charge. Pm free to slide either way We used to penetrateJust l'9
mostly straight\ ahead last year, or one way. By sliding off \. ,
the center we confuse their offense. 1-
5, '1' "W e4 they hurt us with Nance before we were charging
straight ahead rather than crossing.this defense,Nance can't
3 :t\ 4 go up the middle at all because our linebackers ends will ';' .
be there to spill him. U they're going to trap me, our middle 10I
1 I linebacker will be free. If they concentrate on him, I'll be In

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He's Down, He Adds,Subtracts,. pass receivers don't come back to the huddle and tell the what you do. by law, any licensed driver can play SuperIf
.He workds.lt all around. passer they can beat a defender as often as most people think 1
"He may do it on the sidelines between sequences" gays you have all four car stamps on your Pro, No purchase necessary. ,
ParlllL "but rarely In the middle of one. Fore one thing,
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Dealer. That's Ford Dealer.
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The Bahama Islands Will Bahana Island's Bay Street .1 Fashion' At A Glance \


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NASSAU. Bahamas-More than half of the 900,000 tourists :': By MATTIE SMITH
expected to visit the Bhamu this year will come by scheduled ,; Come Fall, evening fashions will have lots of glitter and shine..
airliner the rest by cruslse ship, private airplane or private After-five wear will have Jwels sequlns.nsome along( towns
yacht. But just as a century ago when sailing ships were the are completely Jeweled and some only sparkle around the neck,
No. One carries, few visitors to the Islands will tall to visit wrist and hem..
the capital of Nassau. Still fewer will fail to spend same time Leading fabrics are crepe and chiffon, with velvet and wool as

and some money, on Eay Street, Nassau's off-the-waterfront runner-ups. Many of the long be-Jeweled gowns have long tight
"nnla drag" that is still the street In the Bahamas.. sleeves. ,
have chains are an important -
Daytime clothes also shlne..Jangling
Street Is the kind of mainartery quality pronounced by its ar { 'S
Bay chitecture. 1 r 'q l u i 'l} t 1 part of the accessories, circling waistlines along with
Gloss In Tokyo
Piccadilly-like In the London and the, Colonial-style buildings, with popular metal belt Hips are chained..,...
Champs Elysees In Paris high gable roofs and shuttered The "In hosiery is the sheer opaque, in all colors, with .

where "locals" and visitors windows, front each other just brown, black and gray leading the pack.
Shiny sheer stockings with shiny patent shoes in colors that
Their paster
meet, and where everybody in 20 paces apart. v ,.
town almost Inevitably finds facades peer across the busy eviw r e v match equal the daytime "Wet Look.
himself at least once every day. thoroughfare, and their cane ) The shiny accessories show their polish best in gleaming
Bay Street Is leterally and pies shelter promeoaders who metalplated to look like gold, silver, brass or pewter. Plastic
figuratively at the feet of move shoulder-to-shoulder a- also makes the scene In novel versions,with tortoise making the
tourslst arriving by cruiseat long the sidewalks. biggest hit. Patent glows in "Pow" colors and neutrals.
Prince George Wharf along- Traffic along Bay Street, a Chocolate brown Is the number one color In accessories, with
side Rawson Square and its one-way artery east to west, variations, such as rust, camel, oyster and telge (a taupy
famous Straw Market that Is amazing Large American beige hue).
branches onto Bay Street. It automobiles small English, Handbags are slightly larger than last seasoo..The envelope
has been called "quaintly ele- German and French-made cars, bag will be Important, in, of course, chocolate brown, camel,
gant" for Its mixture of 19th motorbikes scooters and bicycles and other brown tones.
century architecture and its for the greater part of Shoes are decreasing In the "chic" look and leaning toward
comfort..thln clog soles are on the newer shoes.
high fashion displays of merchandise the diy bumper-to-bump ,
,
Gloves will have metal links and tortoise
Its fine restaurantsand er and wheel to wheel. Despitethe golow..shortles
its daily strollers- congestion, however mis- loops.
bankers Cabinet Ministers haps are minor and few.
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fascinated tourists and news- Bay Street remains one of the iiiet1
paper-hawking youngsters. few streets In the world tohave
Although Bay Street follows transportation of a bygone era Stripes are bright and bold, oblong, horizontal and the newest
along the greater part of New cllp-clopplng along with modern Ioot- k. the barber pole stripes-that surprise color"purple"
Providence Island's northern high-powered machinesthe shows up in many of the striped costumes.Strong vivid purplesare

shoreline, it is that mile-long 19th century surrey with the couple with bright green (slc.and navy In wooL..The
stretch through the heart of fringe on the top the city's __'1. _--.-- -- mauve shades are appearing in the evening dresses and coats.

the city of Nassau that Is steeped main form of transportation. NASSAU, ahamu-Cieneral YiewofWest BalStreet,Nassau's "Perfume Bar," as well as "MademoiseUe," and the "Big
in Old World Charm, a .of years ago' duty-free shopping district where tourists can, and do, buy Bamboo,") -a nightclub The large building in center background *
everything from Dunhlll pipes to real estate (the stores have, ( of the picture is the "Sheraton British Colonial" Hotel,
I IDells Have Another Hit such enticing and intriguing names as"John Bull","Solomon's generally referred to as the "B.C." John Phillips Photo. In the French haute couture collections the"Prestige" color

!! Minles," the "Cellar Wine Shops" the "Trade Winds," the ,._, Is BLACK..and the shape is Fit and Flare.
-.wr. -- -- --- Dlro's Marc Bohan goes all out in retrieving the little black

dress and .uit.....Very feninlne and frilly, is a black chiffon
With The Wild"Is
"Geie dress with low black stain sash and deep long ruffles at waist A
Jackie
.
Aid Mshel Job black moire silk suit, also by Dior, has short, curved Jacket,

All-Time Perennial .. white moussellne blouse, with lace edging jabots and cuffs.....
With Pierre Balmaln, if s all consummate black,. Balmairfs
a
NEW YORK-Hollywwxrs biggest all-time money maker mannequins wear dresses,hats,shoes and stockings-all black..
i ,wlll not stay in the vaults. For the umpteenth time, "Gone Michel of Oscar De La Renta fashionably belts black crinkle
With the Wind" has been re-processed and re-leased. Last 7. crepe wool slightly above the normal waistline Skirt is flared,
week, the picture opened on a reserved seat basis here and with inverted front and back pleats.

hundreds began treddlng in, to sit through four hours of
*
.glorification of the Old South.
with the four major white stars.
-- 0 Like the subject of the story, Butterfly McQueen now largely Furs brlghten..The "In color in Persian Lamb-"Violet
\ most of the actors in the picture unemployed as"an actress, is' Belge".Runnerups, bisque and champagne..Coatsare
are now dead. Of the remembered for her comic portrayal J tent-backed and fuller, flaring out from sashed and fitted
major stars who received top of a whlny-volced cha- fronts, sUmmer silhouettes duplicates duplicate belted military
,
billing when the film was first racter of Civil War days. coats.....
shown, only Olivia de Havilland
The story in book form ,
is still living. Since the first so *
thick that needed
one a coupleof
release Clark Gable Vivien
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strapping field hands to help
Leigh and Leslie Howard have Jewelry is Gold
lug it around, sold millions of Silver and Tortoise..n.Jong open earrings
died. copies. The author Margaret swinging from tiny buttons with acorns and flowers floating
Hattie McDanlel, got an Mitchell of Georgia was killed in silver, giving illusions of a floral acorn and long exotic
n
Academy Award for her pertrance while crossing an Atlanta tear-drop bangles, engraved and oxidized in silver some,
: in the movie. Miss street Miss Mitchell had been gold..Frances hush halves thick gold bangles and cord them
McDsulel's Oscar Is nearly forgotten prettily gilt.. '
elevated to the status of a
in the wake of Sidney regional pooh-bah for her fictional ..Y For Teeny Hoppers, Michael Oster reflects: Rudl Gernreich's
Pouter's copping the award In glorification of the Old bright orange purple and pink colors with chrome and Incite

1934. Demonstrators here demanded Soot Neither the book nor the jewelry-triple luclte tubes angle in on the ear, chrome /nuggets
that Miss McDaniel be picture did anything to elevatethe shine on plaques that wrap around the wrist and fingers;.,
given top marquee billing along imam of the black man. Tortoise follows the trend for those who prefer brown...
Matson de FOil dazzles tortoise with "a gill's best friend"and

THE CHESS-RECORDING DELLS, whose latest recording Jerry Butler Scores } swings them from an oval tortoise button earring.,
"Ooo I Love You" seems destined to hit the top of the na- 4 Huge abstract tortoise over earlngs dangling from a cube

tion's record popularity charts, open a five-day engagementat ,j\t,"' : are by Hattie Carnegie.. '
the Whisky A-Go-Go on Chicago's famed. Rush Street ,.r ; 'tot Emerlch Meerson of the Ontryon the Rue Tronchet, Paris

October 5, The five singers hall from Harvey Ili. and have I" :L1 '.:, ...'f?: predicts the return of the Anklet... silver, to be worn over .
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been singing together for 15 years. This engagement marks ;1; textured or opaque hosiery with a large but lightweight linked
a milestone in their career. The group noted for their dazzling chain!
showmanship toured with Ray Charles and the late Dinah

Washington. They are, from left, (kneeling) Chuck Barksdale ., 1" r
bass and Johnny Carter, first tenor; (standing)Michael McGill,' ... ... t
baritone; Marvin Junior, lead singer and second tenor Verne, AT THE SAME TIME tie was being accused of a narcotics' r qe eat; ',yCMmDu unit atAU1O

Allison. A Lee Dale Associates Photo. "j arrest in Philadelphia, Jackie Wilson was at the Whisky A-Go- INSURANCE SERVICE 15% DOWtl
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;4, \ : 4i Mabel John. Wilson had been In the Windy City a week before
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Palatka Florida Zioa Hope Choir No. 5 Slogs Negro Press Brochore ROOM I BOARDRoom 2 J'

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Gives Latest On New pensioned men 355-3967

hut TfcoKdj Will The United States Negro World. ;,.

publishers has recently brought) FOR RENTDuplex '

Bo Crownsd As been out a striking "Negro Press' Apt. near Gator Bowl
Edition featuring a current
$43.00. For information call
This year Central Academy IB proud of its homecoming directory newspapers,maga- owner 359-3301
queen. The queen vm be honored at a coronation given In F cines and publications anda 26-

her honor. page documentary: research
Miss C.A. Is the lovely and underway ,for developing programs t set 4/i/ called, "The Negro Press APT. FOR RENT
charming Miss Panxle Thomas In education and other Past Pre.entand Future "with
marketre- Nice apartmentforcoupleor
Here attendants are Geraldine areas. All person Interested in Thelma T. Gorham 1684 HlrtroSt '
retired couple.
Sanders and Sharon Jones.Miss attending classes may do so searcher
Homecoming will be lovely free of cost. Education classes The directory lists 231 publications Phone: 354-0815
Melva Johnson Her attendantsare will be held on Mondays and in 42 states.

Sharon Hampton and Evelyn Thursday afternoon. Call 328- t, NOME IMPROVEMENT
Johnson. Miss Football Is 1482 for further information.This t
UNFURL Eirvlng Construction Rome:
talented Carol Lockhart. Her center Is for the people, APIS.
Improvement repair and rooms
attendants are Katrina Walker so please come. We adults often 005 AcornSt. 3rm.DupU37.00
for those who need to be fin
and Flora Mae White. Miss wish we had a chance to go to '312 East Beaver arm $35.00 anced, no down. One
money
Junior High is charming school, now Is the time for us to 1050 West Duval Srm. $39.00 house, for $275 down and $58.
Janette Stewarther attendatsare accept the chance.It 817 Florida Ave I rm. $501.00 79 a month. 1210 1/2 Davis St.
Cathrlne Norris, Cynthia was a pleasure to see Ne- 1401 Lee Street 4rm. $40.00 3548703.
Ellis and Patrice Allen. groes and whites sitting on the 706 Minnie Street t rm. $45.00
-- platform, for the common goodof 1030 West 25th 4 rot $60.00 AUTOMATIC
IMP' the less fortunate. No Com- SUfEft
munity Action would be com-
plete without Mrs. Ragsdaleand .lrlll..IIlSES CONSOLE MODEL

Mr. A.L. Osgood, Jr. This aNi 1532 Price: Street 6 nn. $42.00 SEWING MACHINE A-1 Shape,
one was complete, because they FOUND HIGBEE Zlg Zags. makes button holes,
were on the platform. Realtors fancy deslgnes, sews buttons

.A ,354-8433 317 W. Forsyth St.FORK. appliques, monograms, etc.

Sold new for over $300. MUST
!i .'1/, '\ :' SACRIFICE. Just pay balance
fiR RENT
>' APT.
.I/ $62 or assume $8 montly
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.. .'. ''J, S Thomas-2 apts.Mrms. pay-
-- ---- -- 2954 ments. Call Credit Manager'841G257
-Z ; Rope Choir No. S gave t grand bi-i ;T1'; were other guests. The choir shown here,with the directress Ply Bath, Elec. & H.W. turn. anytime. Wllldeilver.
Baptist Church. A capacity: audience' : heard these singers lift and the pastor in the same picture.: $17.50 wk. Couples. 449 Belfort No obligation.
1 'their voices' In praise through the music of the church There STAR Photo By A. Paul Crawfordice 4 rms. Bath t Porch, $16.00
t wk. eon,. to Bus. 388-6472.
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New SfMlon'stineen Arcadia Workers Thats Mel I I have the Amazing -'

9 Civil Rights superior tonic tablets
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FROM PAGE 2 NOOSE FOR SUE
A CONTINUED Insurance Crazy for all the things youwanttodo.'Box .

Miss King Is from the 12-10 618 E. 4th St., $49.00} 2745 of 30, 100. Satisfaction
PANZlmoMAS- (Grand Park) $59.00; guaranteed or Money back. For
homeroom of which Mrs. I.G. CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 RoundUpNO Darrow
hospital == 2067 Woodside, $49.00. Low Men, and Women.
Sanders Is advisor Miss VanessafourDoreen
will ; ,
Parade
Call 356-3376
The Homecoming: Down Payment
five
heaved
begin at 4 p.m. Kick off time Thomas Is from the 12-DE afterwards laboriously shortly ADMITTANCE -After G p.m., 7335675. P. O. Dos 230, Dept. S.
and
Academy homeroom, Mr. R.F. Roberts, died. Dianne,
between tie Central and Murray I advisor; Miss Brown Is from second tiniest, managed to live TON-NPI-&nI against two SNCCs leading figures, Indiana
,uUdigs of Palatka JOSEPA SIMMONS the 11-6 homeroom Mrs. AJL. through the night. Dianne, often and the former head of CORE, entering the country have been Gary,
of St. Augustine
Ugh Bulldogs Jenkins advisor; and Miss called "Footsie," Joined t b e announced by the Jamaican: government The trio are Stokely HERO SYSTEM
will be at 8:IS.SHARON. Mr. Fred Brooks principal Thomas Is from 10-12, Mr..V. othersjn death. In other words, Carmichael: H. Rap Brown and James Foreman,, No reason STERd)SYSTEM HW1 RADIO MOTEL'
.. of the Academy, is to be complimented 'C. Wiles Is the advisor. seven tots were dead. was given for the banning las the works. Original price '
SUMMER RAT 31'
; / -- .t for the fine workhe The ,$199. Has balance
Escorting Miss New Stanton coroner's Jury was to decide : $78 or assume -
Is doing.: We also commendthe was John Wesley Grissett, Jr., whether alleged Insatiable MORE DOCTORS $8 monthly paymeati.A1 12 rooms, Private bath $5.0($
school staff for a fine Job. captain of the football team.The desire of the illiterate man CHICAGONPQ dlrlve to encourage more Negroes to Warehouse1606 MainStreet. 18 rooms Semiprivat.$4.0
: Because of the Increased popularity escorts were Pankey Langston, caused the deaths or whether study medicine was urged In a report published in the current 1/2 and truckers $3.00
of the FLORIDA STAR, Cornell Dunlap, Jr., and Larry they were accIdental. Sheriff Journal of the American Medical Association.: The report clad LOST DOS day or 2 persons)
J Mr. Hanklns made a special: Parker.Other ladies of the court' Fran E. Cline of Desota County that Negroes represent "one of the large untapped sources of male EDGEWOOD MOTOR COURT
visit to the office for an Increase and their escorts were: Lynda, said, in an Interview, that bo personnel for medicine," and added that Negroes constitute German Shepherd 9 mo., INTEGRATED '
, ,\ ; i In orders. Whltfleld, Maurice Backmon: + was ready to file first degree only 2.2 per cent of the nation's physicians: while they represent black w-whlte front legs and
': To Our Readers: Maxine Robinson Larry Arm- murder charges against the father 11.4 per cent of the country's population. feet. Right front leg recently 59U u.s.l,Cor.Ed18\YoodAve.
broken. Strayed from 1625 W. Phone 764.0003-Always Open'OR
i to' because of evidence! already
tc" stead, Cheryl Copeland,
PLEA 19th Oct. 13th name Caesar.
collected
.".. )ifi. Charles, David Clark Zelgler, Patricia Henrietta: Turner Sheriff Cline said that Rich JACKSON, Mlss.r-(NPI)-Two UJ5. district court Judges, one Children's pet. $25 Retard. ( KEN AND WOMEN

< Trumpler Robert Owens Ethel ardson "laced the children's In Jackson and the other In Elicit,have been asked to rescind a 356-6744.. :'OF
/IIlIlli/ljI ALl
Mondul, Brian Davis, Gloria lunch of hog Jowl and beans rule retrlcting, out-ol-c'at lawyers to one case a year in AGES
1.f Prince Danny Jackson Brenda with the pesticide after he took, south Wright Federal courts. Making the appeal was Miss .:Cf Take NewIMPRO/EflTTATURE)
"f. Marlon E. Jackson director! NAACP Legal Defense ('trl \TABLETS for that ,
i '<"j ;" Thomas, f.J r44lGye; ; Jessie. out an insurance, policy on I Jr.p tired run
L.-Gordon; T. Montgomery, ." Cllne; M'"expected"to'* -and Educational Fund, Inc., who charged that the rule would powi feeling that keeps you from.*
Patricia Paschal, Henry Weathers come to Jacksonville today to cripple the prosecution of nine school desegregation cases. K injoylnglife.
Rosemary Young check on five other deaths mentioned 1100 Tablets $3.00, 200 Tablets
JONES + i aw Richardson. Richardson ONLY A DAY AWAY $5.00 $1.00 '
by deposits
Kenneth LaFe Janice on
r y Willie Nellie Mitchell, according to Clue, 1s the CHICAGO--(NPI) "Summers are no longer a year apart," ,.J c.o.d/s.
Owlngs, Crier
declared Edwin C. Berry, executive director, Chicago: Urban
confessed father of,IS, "'ltb 12 EMPIRE PRODUCTS .t& SALES
Willie Brown Patricia
Carnation wlU be November Bryant, of the Baha'i Inter-
I The Theodore Roberta now dead. league, before the annual assembly '.1' Dept. FS, 5937 N, Broad wyt
2, the parade and game Montgomery, Richardson woulda'.e! been In continental conference at Conrad Hyton Hotel. He said that Chicago ILL. 60328
will be on November >. Haywood Jerry Carter, Annie the If he had paid $4 for to all intents and purposes "we must regard tomorrow as .
Chandler Alp b e u s Floyd, money -
Is right to
--- the night before the if it were the first of July. There only one way
Ashby.Claudette Cooper Elliott t' deaths.policies Gerald Purvis, Insurance control a riot and that,is not have a.riot in the, first place" BRAND NEW BRICK HOMESOHIV

Clarence: Pbugh gave the oc:- agent, said Richardson!
canton The New Stanton Band not have the money and wanted I

played the Fanfare. James B. him to pay It for him. Purvis QUESTIONAIRE '-

I Klncnen presided at the organ,,, refused. The policies would 'i : : tD) MONTH
WILUE HAWKINS Arena Miles announced the have been double Indemnity \ ,

Ladies of the Court and their policies At the outset the parents were Cmdidites I For Mukipil Judge +,s. Inside City Limits Save On
Master .
Mr. Willie Hanklns Is our Escorts: Edward Lavert Utilities. FHA *
Palatka.CallhlmatEAS7913orEAS,: Jr. the booked on a child: neglect Financing lowDown
representative In Joyner, was Royal Payment I IMODEL
Crown Dearer 101 1. s Gloria charge. No further charges
OLIFF
-9019. Send pees of your activities Burrough, Junior Attendant for were to be placed: against the ARNOLD = .
mother. The bail was set at HONE: NOW ON DISPLAY
to Mr. Hanklns. Miss New Stanton of 1963-64 London Arnold E JL.(Ambrose)Olift-not the
NAME Jack
:
$500 each according to Judge
2479 W ,
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We thank yawl crowned the new queen. The
Hudson Ollff.Jacksoovr .
popular Arty.
Nays He said he had no Intention -
Glee Club under the direction
of Mrs AA Moore sang"Here of letting them go. Judge! 3 BEDROOMS CARPORTI
Jacksonville Nov. : ( '.
BIRTH :
,
She Comes Miss New Stanton Hays, a County jurist, said : "
Athalie Range Attack High" Vivian J. Dennis played a there was sufficient: evidencefor : 13, 19zt :Formerly' ft cried to Mar
special organ solo as The Stanton -. a murder triaL calla S. Ollff who presently GRAND PARK
Chorallers Remarkswere Richardson: was arrested 'RESIDENCE: Lifelong pre- and for past 1 years homesteads -
----- sang Tuesday night by Clime, after sent address 4127 Churchwell (jointly with E.A.Ollff)
made Charles
GERALDINE SANDERS; Renewal D. Brooks by and Principal Assistant: Prin- ,a lie detector operator reportedthat Drive Jacksonville: at 2803 Hiawatha Aye Band- SALES OFFICE. AT DIVISION ft 20TH ST. EXP,

The lovely Miss J. Simmons Urban cipal E.L.I. Banks. the father was Implicated MARITAL STATUS married ford, Fla. Six children PHONE 354-6746: FOR DETAILS
: ,
SchoolMarching Miss Louvenla E. la the heinous crime.He is Cliff Presently married to Andrea
President of C.A. High MlAJ.Commlll1on Athalle Solomon Powell veteran 5 children. Ollff married with
previously
polygraph ,
Band models the new dean of Girls at New Stanton
another formal
Range launched the coordinator operator of theFloridaSherltf s PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE S children by former marriage. 1-
of
was, general
uniform. renewal at a
urban
attack on Bureau and now with the Florida .
Admitted to Florida
the Miss New Stanton Coronation :
James Hanklns -
Your reporter here but at the same
meeting ,
Law Enforcement Bureau.Par-
to attend these Activities She was assisted o Bar 1949. Admitted to U.S.
says, "plan time said she would support other members of the athlon was found in the blood- District Court and U.s. Consists of 10 years first amanacer'
and rememberBeat by
activities now, it. Mrs. Range Insisted that streams and the urine of the of Chelesa Title t
and student Court of Appeals In 1950. !
GaoA Treat 'em 1taft, faculty body.
"'em Miami Negroes be represented dead tots, according: to State's Practiced: law In Jackson: Guaranty Co. 119 West First
Good. on the county advisory board Attorney John TreadwelL, III. yUle St., Sandford, Fla.Served U
Th, annual meeting of the which: replaces the housing au- And so, seven Innocent children Municipal Judge from Oct.

general membership Action Commute of the of thority. Make Your.Vote. ,'who,hungry and Innocently: 1957; resigned December 1960 Need Church Club ;
Community The resolutionGnailyaccepted unsuspecting: knowing that they to take effect Dec. 1961. Has .,
at the
Putnam Co., was held that Metro take
recommends
were okeh) with their parents PRACTICE IN JAX: 1950PRACTICE handled closings for Stewart
site of the new Service Center the MILL and assure city Negroes '
Street. Mrs. Lois "scraped the pot, according I Title Co.Secured. Or W. 4111 Pictures
1122 Madison and the city hall they the records, some went to
Britt presided.Mrs. have substantial power on the school, others stayed at home- Municipal : license: to practice

of. Clare the center.Jenkins Flans Is director are new board. And seven short caskets were Court, County: Judges I 1964. CHI fit APPOINTMENTS nu COME TO TOO

lined up earlier this week, Court. Criminal Court, Circuit Not listed with attorneys In
seven children eulogized and Court. Yellow Pages of phone book.
III! M SENICE 61 $JfECIU HAKESHHUriCTIlEi
burled-.All because, if suspicion ,
@ I Count : turns to proof a father LAW OFFICE ADDRESS
wanted money and poisoned 211 E. Forsyth St. Not listed In Yellow Pages.
their gritslLINCOLN I Phone number on Page 288of "

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skillet Dutch oven cover Blrcbeyn weave cotton diapers back. Wash easily, Assorted ''tan.Size 4x12x8".
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aBc 3IO 3.33 I 1.79 MSS CREME CLAIROL FORMULA rog.1.35 99 C r .

18 1-4" cut: size pillow soft 95% rayon,0% nylon ii Dsnt- 52% rayon.48% cotton 1111I1- Choice of Bat or twin fitted.IUIM" I I\emnantlohmot.n1onacryl. : 80% mot % vhcott. laIc .
non-allerRenic Covered with weight yet warm. Hai wide china washable. Full or twin rat, M Ned-.l.ItMUMhini NEW DAWN 1.47 carpe. All with bound tax,backed .tank covcTandedgrt
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