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Title:
Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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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 11, 1967
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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

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
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I his penchant for financed by himself and his& made it.I Just couldn't do It all." most," the losing candidate .. .
philosophic prose, FLORIDA family He added, "I(l Just had Taking his loss gracefully, said, was when I heard that some : .
STAR editor, Eric O.Simpson Simpson expressed thanks to the kids In a local school actually .!Jiiii .
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texplaloed hU& defeat in the race :' ''' ', various civic clubs and organizations cried when they learned Pd lost .t
for the Civil Service Board with the local ministersand the election: YIl! 17 I' 'f..V, SATOIUY MVEMBEI 11, 1f7 ;:15 CENTS

the following statement: : friends for the assistance Withal his gallantry u a loser, 4..... 'i j., ******* *. ******** I
"For the nAt of a nail a shoe ; they gave him. He said he Is Simpson did admltthat got"a? .
wu lost; for the want of a shoe 'nii grateful to both Negro and white few dirty deals,"which he didn't :
a soldier died; for the want ofa i voters,-26,772 of them-who tare to discuss. .lJ Ja 4ArstNegroMteer (der
soldier an army fell; for the displayed their confidence In "What's Important", he said,
want of u army a battle was ,,;I$ him by voting for him. "Is that there &is evidence that ;
lost." .Flc. 14t.,;). The editor who has been campaigning things are changing for the bet- ***** ** *****
Simpson explained that be was V": ; for nearly a decade for ter in Jjcksonvllle..whlte and I
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short of help and ran a virtual (Ii.t'J !. equal representation govern Negro, together we're beginning
one-man campaign. He said: Vl1' ;; ment said be harbors no bit-' to work for our common good.*'
there was a lack of volunteer ... '. ,, ;"" erness over his loss, but instead CHILD POISONING
help because of the fact that "is& deeply gratified" by I.
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there were three other Negro the encouragement he has already CandyDangeroes I :
candidates running. Another -:-- received from citizens
factor contributory to his loss urging him not to give up his
ERIC 0. SIMPSON
was a scarcity of funds.He said quest for a voice In the govern ,
that except for about $75.00 In a little! more help and a little ment. CASE PROBE ASKED
contributions, his& campaign was more money I think I would have "The thing that touched me the Says B Of H..

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I Explaining Riot Squid Chocolate traced to candies Jacksonville have ,been according ***** *** Probe In Poison -Deaths- Could (

to the Food and Drug,
Administration. Parents and Johnson And Taylor Ignite Sheriff's Suspension

guardians of children should be
on the lookout for this candy TALLAHASSEE-Field secretary for the Florida branch of
which Is said tocontain salmonella -, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
y an organism which can Must Run Against Marvin Davies changed his& mind abcdt calling on Governor
cause severe food poisoning,. Claude Kirk personally and sent biro a wire from Tallahassee
The candies involved arcs, for an immediate investigation of the handling the Richardson
MiM's Plain Chocolate, Lots 2 GOP Candidates 'case Involving the poisoning of his seven children In late

F 736F, 7S8A, 739C, 739G, 740D, October,
? and UOF, as well as MAM'S In news conference held lathe the Desoto County Jail.
Peanut Chocolate Candles Lots Three Jacksonville Negroes won democratic nominations In Capitol, Davies disclosed his& "I think Richardson's constl-
73BF and 738G. last Tuesdays second primary elections while one went downto intention. He said the migrating 4utlonal, civil and human rights
Sone of this candy was found IDa defeat by a narrow margin full plckerJames Richardson have been flagrantly violated,"

Jacksonville warehouse Earl: M. Johnson, a local attorney 7 father of the seven victims said Robinson explaining why
There is no way of tracing the won with S7,296 votes of parathion poisoning' ,has been he took the case without fee
location of dealers of this& over Roger West who polled "tried and found guilty"without "That's primarily why I got In-
: candy. Some candies have pert 'forth' City Council, at-large a trial, due to statements by, volved."

..... baps been distributed. There* esoto County Sheriff Frank Robinson, an UDIUCctlitul'ean4ldate
.. + l fore,. U is impossible to dityitlnguish I ia a8e1.r .r .Cllae>and County, Judge Cordon for the Florida Senate {
the condition of candy Hays who UWso coroner .last spring said he would spend t
iI shelves at the moment. The "He (Richardson) could not, get next week in Arcadia, interviewing -
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fwd Florida State Board of Health a fair trial anywhere in' neighbors; friends and
r says that the candy is manu- Florida," Davies chargedatthe anyone who knew the Richard-
I I factured in Hackettstown, New pews conference Sons.
( Jersey Jacksonville may not be The Jury at the coroner's bearIng "There may be some surprises
4 A the only victim of the contaminated ruled that Richardson,and Robinson said.Declining -
delicacies "person or persons unknc inf' to elaborate, be said he was
/''*' OSCAR TAYLOR should be held for rstdeerMmurcler working on appropriate petitions -
-- --- Tolfcert Strient 'Ryan. In the deaths. on questions of Jurisdiction

ATLJ.NTA-Atla Police Captain R.E. Little tells State Senator Leroy Johnson (right) Political observers regard the' Richardson is being held on and quesrions of whether
when he called for riot officers October 23, after a number of Negroes set fires and broke I December 5 election u one seven charges of first-degree charges were properly filed.He
I into stores In a section of Atlanta called Vine City In the foreground, a police officer Killed Iv Auto I 'that will not be necessarily murder and his wife,Annie Mae, said he would take the case to
-" a pushover for the Demu- held on a technical charge of the Florida Supreme Court.A .
armed with a shotgun stands ready. Johnson, over a loudspeaker, urged the people to go CHARLES E. SIMMONS ,. .
home A speeding automobile slammed -- YFF ---- child neglect. graduate of Florida Southern
into a five year older returning Oscar N. Taylor, running for a P S'rti When contacted Sheriff Cline College and Cumberland University
I home from school and killed the District 7 seat won with would not comment on the School of Law, Robinson -
Angry Negroes Dade Judge Ordered To Issue him en Tuesday afternoon The 2,120 votes against C.G. h charges made by Davies worked his way through
youth dashed from a drainage Tankersley whodrew 1,961 votes The Florida NAACP stalwart, school as a disc Jockey. He is
Assilt College Marriage License To Mixed Pair ditch on W. 13th St. into thepath In a predominantly Negro area I continued to blast the Desoto on the staff at Daytona Junior
of the oncoming vehicle Charles E. Simmons, Jr., County sheriff by denouncing College, teaching business law
News EditorSAN Little Joseph Terry Jackson, scored 32,060 votes for victory Cllne's Intention of going to and classes on citizenship to
TALLAHASSEE-Dade County Judge W.F.Blanton was ordered of 1326 W. 15th'St., was dead on over his& white opponent Jacksonville to look Into the foreigners.
FRANCISCO-The Daily by Florida's Supreme Court to Issue a marriage license to a arrival at Duval Medical Center Robert (Bob) Rowland\ who mysterious deaths of two other He is also& a member of the
Cater, a student newspaper on sired couple, setting t the stage tara consltutlonal review of the after the 2.35 p.m., accident, chalked up 28,116 votes children Cline said were connected Daytona Beach Interracial Advisory -
the of San Francisco statute, on the books since: l 1632. Eric 0. Simpson, the lone
campus Turnbull ar.wed, that Mathews which occurred at Criminal and with the Richardson & Board and the Human Relations .
State College was invaded by a James Van Hook, a Negro,and In challenging: constitutionality West 13th Sts. Negro loser mustered ur any family Davies said the sheriff Council.
.' dozen young angry Negroes earlier Lime Peters, a white woman, of the law and brought no. The driver of the death car.Albert 26,722 votes to his opponent indicated that these deaths also Robinson said he was not hired
this& week, assaulting the are the principals: In the ruling. 'arguments outlining his& challenge. W.Edwin Cagle's 31,064 votes. were due to poison and there is by the NAACP.
editor two staff member and The present state law forbids Two of the winners In Tues- no evidence to back up the
a par-time Journalism Instructor Judge Blanton to Issue t b e day's elections will face Republican charge.
"He's got to in and show First Negro
come
license, but the order was for sdlscrlmlna-l' "i' opposition in the According to Detective Chief
basis for show If
James Vasxko,21,of San Francisco him to do so, or show cause why tory on a, racial bu&&.. That's December 5, general election. Jim Hamlin, it has not been officially
was the main target of the be should not. Earl Johnson will face GuyI. EARL M. JOHNSOS determined that two Becomes JBXOI
what I want him to do the ;
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tntruders.most of 'whom were The court gave Blanton until Craig an Influential Repub- critic nominees. It U fell thereis children named Richardson,
students in attendance at the institution. November 27 to file briefs on spokesman A conference said. was held \\ lican and Taylor will be pitted a possibility that must of who died here In 1959 and 1963,
The other parties involved this case. Court sources said shortly news afterwards in Tallahassee ',::'\ against the COP candidate, Jim Roger West's votes will go to belonged to James Richardsonbut Meter Reader
were members of the this, In essence, means the high :
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and Marvin Dales the Republican candidates who "I've got two men working
chapter of the Black court is laying the foundation Coaches Hit Smith wearing the City
Willie
campus ,
it and have
of we
state field director charged .. w will also get the votes registered on U soon as
,
Students Union, which has disagreed for a constitutional test of state Republicans who Dumber enough, we'll submit a written at Jacksonville uniform, is the
that Falrcloth Is
"Irresponsible"
with the newspaper's law forbidding interracial mar- for refusing to give any '';. On Failures nearly 14,620 and are expected copy of the investigation to first Negro meter reader In the
coverage of Negro news raiges. Sheriff Electric: Department of the City
99 Cline.
b to turn out percent.Then
opinion the Issue when asked !
The Negroes were said to be A Negro attorney, using an about it on Escambla TALLAHASSEE-Four Florida there &is the possibilitythat Davies continued, "the only of Jacksonville. He is.a.. gradeS -
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by an County
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counties under
because the Identified argument one Judge likened to I art pressure
upset paper an I
well be served talkie& .
Judge last w k and the Lee Helm of 2120 College what Democrats u wayjustlce can
the Black Students Union u -A-bomb," said Florida's law 11 about desgregatlon, but Pasco
as Negroes (the latter particularly case is to drop the charges
NAACP. Circle N. was charged .
has the
is County given up ghost
unconstitutional
a "club", the editor said and "repa-
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Davies said "Here's a cause with excessive speed and according ) will not return to the against Rkhardson"butfurtberadded
to and has decided: to pull down the
"According to them, they an pant the UJJ. Constitution,
that has been settled by the highest to the mother of the segregation Ilac.Schoolotr1cl- polls for the third time. "I am not asking for them J
seemed to have
not a club but an organization, motivated the "
to be
court in the lend that said be didn't see the The same hypothesis appliesIn dropped.
court's a per- victim als in Okaloosa, Walton, Gulf,
Vasiko said. high ruling, which came
son can whom be wants. child until be was directly upon the cue of Taylor and his State Insurance Commissioner
marry and counties
LaFayette
The of the Cit several hours after the Taylor
president Bay s blast
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into
Broward Williams came -
him. Mrs. Jackson said that were told last week by Health, Republican opponent, Ryan. I I
College has promised "appro from James Mathews of Miami.The the picture when Davies indicated -
Rev. Helm was on his way to pick up Education and Welfare,that they II
NAACP King
pride action" to be talus blasted Attroney he will also demand an
Catholic ForMer Jaxon
his child from the I
against the defiant group. General Earl Falrcloth for"111- might not get federal funds U S I
'the Insurance
investigation on
The Union and the Dally Gate log public. money to fight a lost Pills Trip To School, St. Plus, located also they didn't seek a way out. angle of the case and particularly I'Ii
oa 13tb st. from the counties To Get
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have been at odds for som' cause.. Applications
the conduct of Insurance
months following charges that Van Hook, In filing the suit,* Patrolman C. B. Wright, said will be accepted,says the department salesman Gerald Purvis of Pal- 'I i '
the paper underplays,slants and said that Judge Blanton refused Soviet Union the Jackson boy darted from a but there will be a $23,500 Job metto.In i
Is slow in reporting news pertaining to Issue a license for bin deep drainage ditch on the south "wait and see"period.Each testifying, Pawls& told the I' ,!
to the Negro. to marry Miss Peters, stating Dr. Martin Luther King Dri- side of the road into the path of county will have ninety days to WASHINGTON, D.C.At- coroner's Jury that Richardson I j A
Earlier this year Vasxko,then .the refusal was based on a state ector of the BeLt, Southern Helm's car which: was traveling straighten up. Hearing have torney Arthur Christopher& ,National tried to buy insurance policiesfor {
sports editor of the paper,wrote law requiring applicants toslgn Leadership Christian Conference 1-: been agreed to for three coun Labor Relations Board neb of the seven children .
a column that labeled heavyweight affidavits saying they are of the may visit Russia,according The Impact' of the moving vehicle ties. School lunch monies are trial examiner, will be named the night before their deaths.He WILLIE SMITH
champion Casslus Clay same rice.Mathews to latest reports form the was so great that tt burled not Involved. associate Judge of the District said be talked of SLOOO double ;ate of the New Stanton Senior
"a clown, hysterias and front said that Florida's Birmingham office. This was the child some 20 feet into Pasco county got out of the Columbia Court of General Sessions Indemnity policies for each of High School and completed the l,.
man for a hate group u vicious interracial marriage ban eta* revealed by Rev Ralph Aber- the air Jarring him from his pinch when county school officials an announcement from the children at Richardson's freshman year at Edward
'as ray Ka par banner was." rate Is unconstitutional and ean- aathy at araUJtol1owlllethere-. shoes and skidded another 100 and federal officials reached the White House said this week home on October 24, but said Waters College.Smlth is the son
College President John Sum- not stand In view of a ruling by lease of Dr. laDe from Jail feet before coming to a stand an agreement. The county Is This judgeship carries a the frultvorker "may ban of Vf( and Mrs George Smith,
marshal said,"The co&legswW &a U.S. Supreme" Court last where be served 14111a- still. now In compliance. Pasco will salary of $23,500 a year. been" under the impression ',1184 Baldwin, '.where .be. also
take appropriate action as soon June declaring a slmUar Virginia tense for violations of 1964. helm was booked Into city Jail get busy on desegregation,leading Christopher/ will replace Judge children bad been insured even resides. This employee
u the facts established. Wi ,statute monstttutianaL King at the rally, said that but freed after posting a $23bond. to the elimination of a dual Catherine .Kelly, named to the though be didn't hare the "another first, is a member of l nYthe .
will not tolerate violent or abusive T.T. Turnbull a spokesman America will never know peace .' system.If Court of Appeals this summer. Initial payment. Emanuel Baptist 'C urck
behavior" from the attorney general's office and tranquility until the racial Tbe little Jackson: boy, (trcd ,the otter counties do not Christopher became the first Meanwhile John 8. Robinson, and ls a former Boy Scout. ,
Vastko was hospitalized In said that Mathews request problem has been solved. the son of Mr. and Mrs. ,W.i come out of their doldrums they Negro hearing examiner In the an attorney from Daytona When interviewed by toe Ii!
satisfactory condition with pos should it be granted, would<< require Louis Jackson Jr., Is shown lose federal funds eilllr.I :overnmentuoo his appoint Beach, has taken the Richardson rl UDAITARWr.lmltbaald
sible Infernal injuries. He said a tacky: Judge to com- King again renewed his cry for k with Us mother Mrs. Miner Howre-F. Piles Libassi,civil ment. He u also member of ease free of charge and said be be is enjoying the Job and has.- I
be was knocked under a typewriter salt a criminal actandfacepossible nationwide civil disobedienceand Jackson and younger brother rights division attorney, that a special: panel of examiners table,"kicked In the bead fine and Imprisonmentfor sad said more marches will William Louis, Ins recent photo counties find ways tostraigntenop who bear cases Involving. civil CfP'tI.tot Richardson out of Pboto-Jax Electric Service.I r ,
and back and punched." violating the statute. be made on Washington. taken to the ,,Jackson's borne. when the. pressure applied.. rights.!



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make the Christmas Seal! Drive tt the National Association for mow who they are. First, from ,
Bobble Branchche, second from
Shown above are the four young ladies to wVffn Jacksonville ;graduate of William Klines High School. Sandra 1s the daughter the Advancement of Colored People Its largest victory.The association Chairman Lena Horne. Miss Jefferson is the Artist for
the
Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma beta Sorority pr.Mnte4lCbol. of Mr and Mrs. Willie Wrling, 2589 West 45th Street. She Is forwarded these picture of these charming women,In left Chairman Miss Louise the o Mrs. Memphis I
arships amounting $I3>0 dollars is a result of their outstand DOW Tallahassee. Two third-place awards of mother first, inorder that the South and the Southwest might see and has served intermittently over years.
the hold the
right honor
tog performances on a competitive examination administered by $ attendingF4IU EandaFktwesandUndaSlmmons. Wanda them and give them strong and full support. The banquet of the Garrison the dignified lady on ,
the sorority. Each was the recipient of a scholarship to the college la a Gilbert, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. local NAACP will be Thursday night, November 16. We do not U instigator and founder cI the Idea, PhototyNUCJMiss

of her choice. Sharon Hudson, a graduate of Matthew W, Aaron Flowers, 1156 East 7th Street. ,tad a freshman at Bennett .
Gilbert received the top award of $500.00 Sharon Is the daughter College, Greensboro, North Carolina.Linda Is a graduate of .
If of Mr. and Mrs Henry Hudson, lUg Brldler Street, and .U William Raines daughtertf Mr, ariQMfs. HarrySlmmons. Sr., Masonic Rethuie COOkmar's Story Told .1
now attending Bennett College in Greensboro, North Carolina. S622 Cherry Street, and presently'' aUreshman at i MU. -

The gecondplace, award of $900.00 was won by Sandra! Darling, ;- Temple Events

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Pillbeares Dolta Sigma November 18: 7:30 p.ml:, Masters
FAMU Cadets, Get ScholarshipFORT Masons of Duval and adjacent .

Health Meet.I4ovember counties hold instruction ,
Plan Meeting McPHERSON, GA.-five cadets In the Florida AIM class. ,; y

Pallbearers Society No. 18,. 17 University ROTC Unite, are among the 1,600 Army ROTC
Mrs. Ella Rush president, will y scholarship recipients for the 1968-69 school year. These aKfards sees.November .
hold the meeting Monday night Jacksonville Alumnae Chapter!,- added to the scholarship present! In force will bring
of The Delta Sigma ThetaSoror. total in effect next Officials announced at
in the Mt Olive Primitive Baptist the to 4,000 year. ZZ: 1:30 p.m., Oakland .
sty will present the last pro- headquarters, 3rd U$. Army
Church basement at 7.30 Lodge No. 65, Luke Sle.YeDS. .
'p.m. All members are askedto gram of its Fall Mental Health A total of 800 new four-year for a six-week summer camp .W,M,will observe Thanks ,
be pres-at. Series Friday, November 17, scholarships will be awarded during which the student Ispaldon giving I
at 7:30 p.m., in the Haydon a competitive basis to out- at the rateof$15L95permonth. As

Burns Library standing high school graduates The ROTC Vitalization Act sense y'I
PHONE FOR APPQINTMENT I At this final session, and approximately 845 two-year Authorises additional Army
"Scattered Showers," a men awards will be made to select- ROTC
scholarships each year November 26 3 Master r ,
DR. REX SMITH : p.m.,
tal health play, will be staged ed college students who have until a maximum of 5,500are in Masons and Heroines Jericho

300 I. STATE 14-1117 School by the Nathan Thespians B. under Forrest the High direction completed two years of ROTC: efeect b1'school year 1970-71. and all other departments

..c-c-.c- of Mrs. E. Jane Porter siring to worship together will

This play tells about three observe Thanksgiving services
lEI ADULT CUSSES mothers and their pre-school: M at New Bethel AME, Rev Jones +
and what pastor. The Rev.Reddick,Grant
youngsters, happens
-Starting Nov 13, 8 P."'. at a time of crisis when child memorial AME, will speak. :

ren have been reared according' \
a HOSPITAL: AIDE CLASS1CASHIERSALESCLERK e.
to different methods of disci. '
: pline. The members of the cast
KINDERGARTEN TEACHERS are Marilyn Thill,Lynn Pierce, December 16: 7:30 p.m., All
Master Mason Duval
of County
ADDS Pauline Martin, David Doyllng,
and adjacent counties will meetin
*PUIJ0-VDICE-THE.ORy-; ; and James Haley,
their
quarterly session. 'lbemiSter'
*BAND AND ORCHESTRA!' A large several group adults of have teenagersand been a degree will be confer _
INSTRUMENTS UITARlOLIEN'S > red.
Worshipful Master E.
in attendance at the last four

[ COLIECE 'sessions and report that they Pierce, Frederick D. Jordan, -..., ..., ,... ... ,' 1'\
St. and James Hamilton will
have received valuable Information fcethune-Cookman reader scheduled for distribution
be in The story of College is tole Ins fifth grade
1816 W, 20th Sireet"Registrar and help from the 0wr. charge .in Elementary Schools throughout the nation! in 1968. The Book, printed by a New York( '

356-6455 speakers and the discussions Education Firm, reveals the struggles of the institution's. famous founder, Dr, Mary McLeod I

John H. Bolden, B$., M$., ED$. which followed. The entire public '..__ ,-,..-& iIL1IIaIIIItJ'tlDlDg. .. Bethune, and shows a brilliant color picture of some of the modern structures on the campus
President-Director I Is urged to attend the last The student winning an Army December 19: 7:30 p.m. The today Dr. Richard V, Moore, President, Bethune-Cookman College displays an advanced copy

session ___ ___ __
Applications for the new ROTC scholarship may attend Pastor Master's Degree will be of the reader

scholarships can be made any one of the 247 colleges and conferred. Lester McClendon

beginning December 1,1967an4 universities offering the four- will be In charge. Jacksonville NAACP Engaged I
an application packet must be year Army ROTC program
Schwobilt 'completed and returned with a Upon graduating from college .* .... ." .I

got your, postmark not later than. January and successful complftjooof Us*? -ft &: 1r V"-..-.,>-r. ,Batupet Is Nov.,. 16
1 IS, 19G8. I Army ROTC studies,the seb -r': December Z1..7:30p.m.: .;Installation .
Branch of the National Association ion the Advancement
Jacksonville
charge card yet? .' Application forms and detailed arshlp student is required to accept services will be held The of Colored People will sponsor the fourth annual Banquet .
Information on the four-year a regular Army or reserve: with R. R. Pettiford in charge
1
at the Robert Meyer Hotel Thursday November 16th
"Scholarship; program may be commission, whichever Is offered

If the answer'! "no," then high obtained from the Commanding as a second lieutenant and .o. 7 EarlShepard:30 p.m. Vice Presidentof Atlantic and Guld District
,
General of of the five to at least four on '
years
time did! Your cord is any serve
you your the Seafarers International and sailed all through,
Armies In the United States or active duty with the Army.To December 22.: 4 to 6 p.m., A ,
to the most convenient Union of North America 'World War Din the deck depart.
pass ,
from major United States Army be eligible for a scholar Christmas Party will be given
'
easiest shopping did. AGLIW) will be the speaker for"'ment of American flag ships.
ever
you overseas commands in which ship an applicant must be a for the children. Presents will
Just say "Charge It," and take the applicant resides. Students male United States citizen who be given This is sponsored by the occasion. Shepard was born, Shepard is a Veteran trade un
and has served
and
reared In the as
and farming pjganjzer
up to six 'months! to payl applying for the two-year awards meets the prescribed physical Harmony Lodge No 1, and will coal mining region Southern .Director of for the
will do so with the pro- standards. Applicants for the be on the fourth floor, Rooms 1 organization
Illinois. He went to sea at IAEARL !'SIU. He has held number of
a
must not have
awards
fessor of Military Science at four-year and Z, W.H. Reed is Worthy
their present college or university. reached their 21st birthday by Master. .elective Union posts in the unIon -u
June 30,1968, and they roust be including that of Port Agent!
'in the Ports of New Orleans
Since part of the scholarship 17 by October "1968.. The two 1 ,

Fill out this form, clip 'a selection is based oil the college year award applicants must be + Baltimore Earlier this and New Mr.York Shepard!' ,
( entrance examination under 23 of age on June ''Toilettes year,
it out and mail it to years At of United
the
represented seamen
:board (CEEB) test, high school '30, 1068, and must be cadet in
Schwobilt todayl States on the Joint Maritime
students who intend to competefor good standing in the second
year Commission of the international' Cella Ann ,daughter ,
Army ROTC scholarships of his ROTC training AME
Simpson Labor Organization at It's I of Mr and Mrs. Cornelleus
PLun should take the CEEBtest given N. Miller and Mr James G.
Octovetts Present :meeting in De eva,Switzerland. ,
MINT ditch cevnt yen preforiD nationwide this fall. The Tonettei will also appear Hehas also served as labor ad- Long, son of Mrs Margaret

10-Dey Charge (Pavabb In full ",o"th,1, ) orbed The scholarships by the ROTC were Vltallza-auth Cynthia Jackson at the Simpson AME celebration .visor to the United States dele' Long and Mr James Long Jr.;
Sunday. The article will be
married at 4:30 on
to the : p.m.
Inter.GovermentaMarItIme
Q 4Me. Charge (Payable" 1/' e. met flight credit charge' ) lion Act of 1964 to provide fin. The Nathaniel Jackson Octo- elsewhere gives a different gate Consnlatlve" \,' December 30,1967,In the Bethel

Na"......................................... social asslstnace in obtaining to students a regular interested vettes Jackson will present Miss Cynthia time for the afternoon "at Us European Sessions organization ? ;Baptist Institutional Church
Miss Gloria Ann confab. The correct time is The announcement was made
Shepard is
WI..'. Pint Horn Phone......... officer's commission throughthe Harris and Mrs Frankle Mae 6 p.m. ;w 11 h his wi married fe Dorothy and lives inl by Mr. and Mrs Miller The
Army ROTC program Each Hawkins In a Blue Ribbon re- It Is to be noted that social #r bride-elect was of the 1964
: Prtunt NAaMrti award pays for the student's vital Sunday November Brooklyn New York.They have
12, at and civic workers will be three / debutante coterie and ru
children
..... tuition, text books and lab fees .'p.m., at the Mt. Olive Primitive honored Mrs. Barnes will be graduated from the NewStanton
DOwn (Q J Rant Q living' w/Parant Q Rooms and proYlde.$50 per month sub.slstance Baptist Church, Fourth guest Sunday School superintendent 'Dr. Aaron Henry, preSldentofl. Senior High School and the University
allowance for the duration and Myrtle Avenue The Rev Mrs. Barnes is a member SHEPARD the Mississippi
City, Zone t stole.............. Haw long.... of the scholarship, except J.M Dixon Is pastor of Grant Memorial. ence of NAACP Branches, will plyed by of the Miami.Florida She State Is em.De-
4 early age, becoming a member .be on hand to enhance the program -
?amor Address....................Hw Lent'.... I r A of: the Seafarers International Appreciation awards will 'partment of Public Welfare.
NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT Mr, Long alumnus of New
: an
be to Andrew
....,I.yer...................... .ltIM.......... Cornell given"Rip" Tarver :Stanton, is also a graduate of

A4......... Hew sent'.... I featuring T community Rivers and leaders Mack perklns'l Recently FAMU. He Mr.Is Long an Alpha completed man.

,
A< Eugene ,nam and is now employed by
"Cool
Summer" here in the,
............................................. Gateway City. the Duval County Board of Pub,
This isthe The Jacksonville Branch of lie instruction
; I Can Canvanlantly' Male Payments of $........Par ManthAWv. I:1 .
( .klMk l to lie HIM h hi a-w?s, Cn41" .ppll..ntt...Irl) the NAACP, largest in theStateof f lQaptist
nicest !
Name af lank/ .................. AddranApplicant1 .......... .5; Florida, depends upong the
proceeds of this annual effort to

Signetwr............................. at the organ S" smoothest help maintain Itself for the ensuing Missionaries At'
,, year.Miss .
D n' (Da not fill In rhete squares) 1 bourbon Lois Avery Is general Florida College

... With His COllboA..d. chairman and Is assisted by .
Florida will
Memorial College
3 or 4 or closed accounts' Mesdames Gloria Washington
open ever to come and Azzle Lee Childs. Dr.C.B. be the scene of the Woman"K1uIOlllJ'1
Mcintosh Is Educational Convention
chairman
program
.. Oar New w, out of James Washington and Thomas General, an auxiliary Convention of the Baptist of
Cummings are in charge of Ads
At soon 01 your applicatIon hat been 1 Kentucky.Find and Sponsors. Florida, Inc., on Tuesday,
we'll'mail Schwobilt Price Policy : .
processed, your President C. Lenwood Lee November 14.
charge card to you. Send application \y ,said, that this year's annual "Mrs. Sarah Rice of Jacksonville

todayl banquet promise to be one of the. Is General Chairman for
Cocktails 48C A Sit : best. Tickets are now on sale ati the day.
I the NAACP duce, Four eleven Florida Memorial College is a

During Cocktail Hour j and. one bell Broad. Street four-year institution also. According -
1 : (# -:....: -1 to the prospectus cubs
I lady's antI, It is "the most beloved
: and cherished of
CLOTHES *141&MJWX ... out FACTS.Approximately project
6:30 p.m. To 9:30 pjn. the convention" The school
nearest 300 minion has at Its aim the finest Liberal
Mall blank (to the you, for yourself.Onlya""Pt:! paperback books were printed la' Arts training available but the

3 SHIES Tl nil YOU # DON'T MISS W MONDAY NIGHT PARTY ,. this country last year. young development people and who growth Cad tbem-of all

10 North lAva Street-Downtown .......... selves within Its wall sad in.
Johnny Wheeler Chief Of Service finance' _
Cedar Hills Shopping Center In 1M. William R. Ming Jr.,' Therefore, with this ia:these

Regency Square Shopping Center' I Ir I Chicago attorney, was the anressive woman will fatter.
.I EDGE WOOD LOUNGE r rte MOOT c sere.ECHO trying ptsnunv.LOU'SV'U.r.ItY, first Megra elected vice chairman -' At 10 a.... OB November 14.la .

of the America Yeteraaa Bt?. MpIttM", DwPlU ": '
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GEORGIA COED QUEEN AT F FAMU-Glenda L.Taylor,fresh' MIAMI COED QUEEN AT FAMU-Cecella Lawrence, sopno- COED QUEEN AT FAMU-Patrlcla L. Hagan, WISCONSIN COED QUEEN AT FAMU-Antoinette Beckley,
man major In sociology was elected"Miss Freshman"recently more major In nursing was elected "Miss Sophomore"recently r Junior elementary education major, was elected"Miss Junior" senior elementary education major, was elected"Miss Senior"
e at Florida AIM University. A native of Atlanta, Ga., Miss a t Florida A" M University. A native of Miami, Miss recently at Florida AIM University. A native of Montlcello, recently at Florida AIM University, Tallahassee A native of
Taylor will represent FAMU u a member of the Queen's Court Lawrence will represent FAMU a member of the Queen's Miss Hagan will represent FAMU as a member of the Queen's Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Miss Beckley will represent FAMU asa
when the Rattlers meet Texas Southern University In the new Court when the Rattlers meet Texas Southern University in the court when the Rattlers meet Texas Southern University in the member of the Queen's Court when the Rattlers meet Texas
Tampa Stadium on November 25 and during Orange Bowl Classic new Tampa Stadium on November 23 and during the Orange Bowl New Tampa Stadium on November 2$ and during Orange Blossom Southern in the new Tampa Stadium on November 2$ and during
activities In the Orange Bowl In Miami on December Z. Miss Classic activities In the Orange Bowl In Miami on December 2. Classic activities in the Orange Bowl In Miami on December Orange Blossom Classic activities the Orange Bowl in Miami
Taylor is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs John L. Taylor of 246 Miss Lawrence Is the daughter of Mrs Naomi Johnson of 1186 2. Miss lingua is the daughtef of Mrs. Dorothy Hagan of on December 2.

Holly Road, N.W., Atlanta.. N.W.JBth Street in Miami 985 Hay Street, in MonticeUo. FAMU staff photo by Ernest Fill}**
I FAMU staff photo by Ernest Fillyau FAMU staff photo by Ernest Fillyau FAMU stiff photo by Ernest Fillyau


: Crisis Over Country Has f --- Fraternity Notes --- Benevolent
Ladies 01 Leisure ** ****

Been Week's Agenda Topic W. iag bells: ORDER OF SHRINERS pared to report for the tall Association
tea which will be held on
I ARMY
The Order of Shrlners is asking November 25 in the home of Meet With Mrs. Ayers 9.
WASHINGTON, D. C. The National Council of Negro Women all Nobles to meet Thursday the Worthy Matron 1321 Has BirthdayThe
Joe Davis Jr. 8422 RumaxCt. night November 16, at 8 Social RESERVE
ends the annual convention at Sheraton Park Hotel, Washington The Ladles of Leisure
D.C. from Sunday, November 12. ., 32 and Ella Mae Henry, p.m., at Masonic Temple, 410 i Tyler.PRIDE and Savings Club will held the Independent Benevolent
In announcing the convention, well-known 1414 W. 26th St., 32. Broad. Business of Importance.K. OF MACEO regular meeting In the home Association of America, Inc., ** ****.
Miss Dorothy I. Height,National .eluded the economist Thomas is potentate.Thomas Pride of Maceo No. 186IBPOE of Mrs. Bertha Ayers, 1168 ''will: celebrate their anniversary
President, said that t h 1 syear's Dr. Vivian Henderson, Herbert Lee Berry, Glasgow, Williams reporter. of W will meet November 16, Hart. All are requested to be ,on November 19 at the Friendly rs7amtgpm arww..w
NCNW meeting, responding president International of Clark Night College.November Mont. 31 and Helen Dorothy QUEEN OF SOUTH NO. 105 at 712 Duval Street. The Daugh present. President Wattle Kingis Baptist Church, 19th and Fair- PHONE FOR APPOINTMENT.
to the spirit of unrest and Sara Stallworth, 7229 Ken KnightDr. The lodge will meet Novem ter Ruler, Mrs Hattie I.James still home, following an ac Itax, at 3 p.m. A well prepared
problems of the cities, selected 10 Lou, was Carter chaired, wife by of the Lady Ambas- E., %8.Robert ber 14 at 410 Broad Street, Is calling all daughters to be cident. Members are requestedto program will be presented.The DR. REX SMITH '
as Its theme: "Wome -The sador of Guyana. A Committee on the third floor, Room 2, present at this meeting without visit with Mrs. King at her Rev. B.H. Barfly, pastor, will
Crises in the Black Community Lewis Weathers, 5103 at 5 p.m. Mrs. Queen B. Williams fall. The president of the home, 1328 West 26th Street. .be the speaker. Rev. C.L.
of the talents and interests of
Direction and Decision" distinguished women across the Ave. B, 23 and Hattie Emma Worthy Matron, is askIng past daughters asks all to be Mrs. Lela M. Fowler, repor Culver, grand president; I.M. 900 '. STATE EL4-11I7:
As in tIll delegates Ervln. 1823 W. 44th St., 24. present at 7 p.m. public relations. .
previous years, country.: At that time, a report .. all members to come pre- ter. Fleming, .
representing some, was presented dealing with the
in 24 nation-
3,850,000 women achievements o f t h e COM-

local affiliated the sections United brganlxatlons States.came from and 107 all MITTEE OF 400 campaign In the $400,00fundralslnc' forthe' I ain. *Til 10 I p.u. Every Christmas! '.

over completion of the Mary McLeod h
In the opening day of the con'YenUon Bethune' Memorial In the Naton's -
delegates took part in
Capltal.Mrs. Bethune was
an all-day "Cltltenshlp Ses the founder of the National


tary sion"Dr. of Robert on Housing Capitol C. Weaver and Hffl.Urban, Secre-Development ,Council of Underscoring the convention of Negro the Women.Miss importance Height Sears j ..: o

addressed the convention said: f ; .

Weaver recently Thursday announced evening. Dr.the "The Women National has Council unique of roleto Negro Jl f

launching of an innovative approach play if it is to be relevant
home for
to
ownership
in the
in the face of the crises
poor families. The National Black Community. Women,

Council serving as of initiator Negro Women and coor-, is I CONTINUED especially Negro ON women PAGE ,12 cannot Dixie Progress SALE! Magazine Basket Chair Side Table Ash Tray Stand 4-Drawer Ch eat

dinator of the pilot Turnkey ,
flesularI4.9S O99 Regular $11.95 O99Earfy Regular $10.95; O99 Regular $U.98
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D, m project in Gulfport,Miss

.'issippi. Blue Light Club Hurry 2 Days Only!4 Sean Eirfjr America mega- American round chair &dyAmerk..ashtroyrtand Sturdy solid' pin* I* grounded .
This proposed development ,.nine bethel In nutmeg finch side Lido la nutmj finUh on In nutmrf finish onwlid hard orpalnl.
;will consist of detached units Has Natal Fete on solid hardwood Buy Now! solid. hardwood 3 Dy Only! wood. Hurry 1 D.,. Only! U1.h1IlaJ3hit.>, > ..
for families. It SAVH
.designed large ,1r
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.Is proposed to have a center for The Blue Light Social Saving ,
tday care, recreation, meetings club meets November U in the
'land other community services.I home of Mrs. Non Anderson,
Miss Height's address to the 979 West 12th. The October : s ,,,:" i a yfw
convention dealt with the other meeting was with Mrs. Hattie i y
problems the Importance of Stewart, on the occasion of her
/Closing the Income Gap" birthday. Mrs. Bertha Walker

... Other convention speakers In- is president. 1 .


Pilgrim Insurance I I, I I -


Single Width Drapes Venetian Blinds Chenille Spread White Dacron Panels Furniture Throws Sofa Bed Slipcovers

Honors School :Queen Regular 13.99 277 Rff. 14.49 2 for $7 Rrs ea. 12.993 for *JMachine Regular $1.39 77* Rage l $..98 388 Regular $9.$$ fill

Cbneee frost eMortmcnl lo 14.79 wathable hob..a.1Id While .nI,. Wajhabl ...' ( .- from check or .....141. Oozed arm sob bed dlpcotrerIn
Miss Gertrude Juanlta Jones daughter of Mr.and Mrs. Westly! o(lencthi. color*, and fabric*. WhiU and wathabla, etronfnd ....UDllu'led cotton apreada cam Dacron polTMler fabric. In machine weibable, loam brown, areen, *rne and
Buy Now end SAVE M Seam! s durable. Steel .. .. Pie. Full or twin ii... Hurry! 40 B1-I alia. I Days Only! hacked throw 7Ji60-la.{ .... (.eer... Mechin .
Jones, Sr., was honored along with her royal court, by the lie tape.
presentation of a special achievement award from the Pilgrim
Health and Life Insurance Company recently. Mr. J. Theodore
Lawrence, district manager of the company;made the award at a

special convocation.Miss .
Jones has an active interest in sewing:The new queen attended '
Douglas Anderson elementary school but later changed to
Pine Forrest Elementary School, and then continued as a student
in Douglas Anderson Junior and Senior High The new.re-
gent Is a senior, with a major Interest In mathematics', and
maintains a B average. Her majesty is also member of the
Annual Yearbook staff, the Newspaper Club, and of the Senior

Speech Club, as well as a member dire 1968 graduating cia... Pastel Percale Sheets Mattress Pads Dacron Pillows Terry Hand Towel. Metal Snack Trays Picture Assortment
Miss Jones will continue her education al Flerida Memorial
College, where she plans to make: social work, or counseling Hef. $2.79 Tabs 251 eg.Ur$2.98 257 Regular $4 ea. O99 R C lar3 for II 171 Regular $4.9 Q44a Sear Uw Price 197'
in the elementay division theschood system, her major field
dos Sax s.tus Deere pllew hai Sad Card Soft, beorbenl terry laid prepared for stng.w.A.. nchlnf amy of aoUrful
of concentration. Full Sk, Reg. $2.9.J.71 1& Y asehor b.nds & irealcd eeter. Llf hlwelbl, towel Quote K>lldi.ralripe* tllu Whfrcuiid will (old fraaMd M iU IITea and land.aeapea. .
AaaorteJ paetd colon. Softly quilted. SAVE Ted.yt sully, end dry for comfort. In aeaaned color trk., lades of fracm; F

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Club win celebrate ttte third 1 ';
aantversary Sunday, November VN' WI ftcvc to'lto *40e In* I mioSBffUBR &&Xtr nbSMlfllaB nF' \ *
12, at $ p.a..1a the awfitorim, .wr.l urmoM.4s. .e IMeMg e/ own ii e"t e Wmm.a. Sturdy,.CoeoaMate RU2P Oval Colonial Roc Plastic Surface Ran Oval D r.tlvJJiul Vinyl Asbestos fOe
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,711 West Duval. Those w program auocMt ef L t* Reg.Jl.M. 138 Reg. $149 '( ,.. ., .39.9120 9 Regular $-." 399 .. ., iS." -)88 Regd., l le ... 8t' ?
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will be Mrs Zeus M. t.e.u.,.g. w.*1 .. l*.g$ I555es. Aheork. 6t..J-inm. Asian .eei l"kTWbl.?S% 'Ue. lactlnf .nuncarfoa of Deaoml rMa wad the fish, alwb Kcdd pelf.*.. .......... pcUeraU i.2
Thomas Mrs. Mary Goodaaa, c. +%*v. AC u.c.eN.ISIS .... .hoe*. Smr ___ .......SS% NJUIIo J Luc Man, ee% ..,.... % .,teL U 'fclntarWcnlinelod rows Wnc cad. .,... pie ma. lea.... *al ..*.... fartory ( .". '...
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:--. First Corinth Baptist Starts 67th Anniversary, November 13 Second Hear Visitor Will-




Member Fee Of Five Hampton Choir SillS Here Ne,. 30 Varick Memorial From Orlando

: Mission Meeting The Rev. J.F. Hargrett of Or.
I
Cents Is A Success : : f li1f'l! ; .1, lando will be the speaker of the
II'. i t'' :, ; # T 'I' anniversary for Second Baptist
j! I'l.i listed For Sunday
The thirty-seventh anniversary of the First Corinth Missionary : ) 'v" ,. Church Sunday, November 12.
Baptist Church will/ be celebrated from November f 'I f He is the pastor of the Mt,
I dl..4 f ; ; H 1- tt. The Willing Workers will bold
IS to November 23. The Rev. W.L. Jones Is pastor. The : at the Plaeasant Baptist Church of
theme for the day will be "Lift Him tto." I a mass,meeting Sunday Orlando. The minister will.

The chairman for the day Is give tho wulcome address. church. at speak at both services.Pastor's .
Sunday
Deacon Eddie Starks. He vlll Lloyd lUtcher will bring the Other services for AME Zion night will be Sunday
be assisted by Deacon J.A. appreciation Varlck Memorial
Dawsey and Deacon James On Tuesday night Mrs. Mattle Church will begin with with the Sunday the- Second Baptist will cllmai its
Harris Deacon Albert Mungin S. Pollard will bring the welJ U School at 9:30: series of Thanksgiving! services
will be secretary.On come. The appreciation win superintendent W J. Johnson review of the 117th anniversary and the
other committees:Her- come from Deacon Charlie In charge. The lesson ninth of the pastor, Rev. Same
Rev, A.J.
bert Theus, Robert Greene, Cooper. Churches will be: Zion r'' a will be given by the with a "Pastor's Night" pro.

Mrs Nettle Ingrain, decorations Hope, Rev. E,R. Simpson; St. I IfitiR Warren, pastor. at U gram on November 13 at 7:45,
Mrs. W.L. Jones, Mrs. Mark, Rev Lavant; First Bap- Morning worship begins land the Other guests will be Rev I,
C. Mungln, Deacon Bishop Robinson tist, Rev. F. D. Davis Sponsors o'clock with Choir No. Anderson and Bethlehem BaD
history; Mrs T.B. are Districts 3, 4, 14 Junior ushers leading the pro
McCall, Mrs. Lottie Stephens, and Choir No. 1. Presidentsare cessional. The pastor will deliver -
Blanch Smith Mrs Patsy Mrs. w the morning message.
Mrs : Mrs Aggie Bishop,
lu ,
,Johnson, Mrs. Mary Ann Mary Hicks, Mrs. Blanche *, p1 NlI Final reports will be made il Mr
Taylor appreciations; Mmes. Smith and Mrs Lillian Bals during the morning service for
I Ante !B. Bishop, Lula Hampton, den. those who have not reported.
Maggie Walker,Mary Jane Hen On Wednesday Mrs. Teresa All members are expected to
derson, Etta Williams, Teresa Curtis will bring the welcome. ( support the services throughoutthe

Curtis, Mable Oliver, refreshments Deacon Willie F. Smith will day.
Deacon George Watson, give the appreciation.Churcheswill At 3 o'clock the Willing Workers -
Deacon Cooper, Mrs. Lillian be: West Union Baptist, Choir Union will hold its
BaIsden, finance; Mrs. Nettle Rev. A.F. Cummings; Bethel- mass meeting in the auditoriumwith
Ingram, Deacon A. Walker, hem, Rev. A. Anderson. Districts I It w i J the president,Deacon W.F.
Mrs. Julia West, Mrs.Beatrice 5,8 and Choir No.2 will Smith presiding. Choirs expected -
Smith, Mrs. Bertha Benton, serve. Presidents are Mrs. T. to participate are:Choir
courtesy; Mrs W.L..Jones, B. McCall,Mrs.Lillian Balsden 1, First Corinth Baptist; Choir
Deacon Willie James Jack- .and Deacon Lloyd HatchetOn .t t 1, Greater St, Matthews Baptist
son, Mrs Mary Ann Taylor, Thursday night Rev. H.H. Eastside; Choir 2, Mt 3{
Deacon James Harris, Wright, pastor Evergreen Canaan Baptist; Choir 2, Union -list; Rev. CA. Weaver and I'
memorials. his church, wilt be guests The 4o'' Progressive; Choirs 1 and 2,. Dayspring; Rev E.R. Simpsonand
This historic church was organized Rev. Homer Walker and St. Greater New Jerusalem Baptist Zion Hope. W. Principle
September M, 1930 Matthew Baptist Church.East The Willing Workers Male Smith will be
j ._ guest soloist
the corner of Second and ion will be present The Rev. W JJ. -, ..".- ... .4 :........ -::- ; .- "" Chorus; First Corinth Gospel Mrs. Pauline Bradley and Mrs.
cols The Rev. W.C. Brown, People and the Magnolia Baptist The Jacksonville Chapter of the National Hampton Alumni Dr. Dett took the choir on a successful pre-World War D Chorus; Choir 1, First Corinth Bennie Green will make the'
moderator of Union St. James, Church will be present. Association will present the Hampton Institute Choir, of European tour. Included on the student roster was soprano Baptist; and Choir 1, Varick presentations from the Pas.
Baptist Association, set it up District 7 ,8 and the Usher Hampton, Virginia, In recital at the Little Theater, Jacksonville Dorothy Maynor, who later, In her own,right, gained inter- Memorial AME Zlon,host choir. tor's Board Altrus Fleming
and gave It the name. Mrs., Board No. 2 will serve. The! Civic Auditorium, on November 30, at 8:30: p.m.A national fame as a concert artist. Evening worship begins at will present the church's official
Rosa Finney was secretary. president will be Mrs. C. Mun vital force at the college since 1870, two years after the Performing before royalty, students, musicians and music t:30 p.m. Prayer and class gifts. -

Mrs. Rosa Daniel was elected gin, Mrs. Maggie Walker and founding, the Hampton Institute Choir, then the Hampton lovers of many European countries) the choir established an meeting will be held on Tues- Mrs. May K. Heard is chair-
treasurer. Deacon John Thomas Clyde Johnson. The welcomewill Singers, was first organized under the direction of ThomasP. International name for the college. Included on Its many tours day at 7:30 with Bro. E. Johnson man of the reception Mrs
was chairman of the deacon come from Mrs. Martha Fenner, when the group went on fund-raising tours in the are performances at Carnegie Hall, New York, Symphony in charge Choir 1 will rehearse Leanna Johnson co-chairman.,
board. Mrs. Sarah Spencer was Thomas, the appreciation from North to raise money for Virginia Hall, the first women's Hall, Boston, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C., and .on Wednesday at '7:30: Seb Chester Is the general
named chairman of the dea- Deacon Albert Waler. dormitory.The major educational institutions in the East In addition to yearly p.m. chairman. Committee
coness board.Gus YoungJamesMatt On November 17, Friday; Rev. choir has been fortunate In having directors of high appearance on ABC radio network in behalf of the United Mrs. Beatrice Wtlborn membersare is
and Sam Jones were ordained H.L. Herod, Mt. Zion and congregation -, caliber throughout its history In 1913, the late Dr. R. Nathaniel'Dett Negro College Fund, the group has also appeared 011 the co-chairman.:
to the deacon board. will be present. The international known composer and arranger of folk and Kate Smith and Paul Whiteman television shows and Voiceof Baptist Wires
The first pastor of the church Rev. D.J. Jones and the New religious music, assumed the directorship of the choir. Under America Broadcasts.
'was Rev. W. L. Jones of the Hope Baptist Church will be his leadership, the Hampton Choir achieved national prominenceand Tickets for the benefit performance may be secured from Hold AnniversaryThe William Raines
St. 'Paul Baptist Church of present. The Rev. J.M. Bryantand won an outstanding reputation for excellence In per- members of the local Alumni Chapter, as well as at the door
Baldwin, Fla. :The Rev S. the St. Mary's Baptist formance. on the evening of the recital. HAMPTON PHOTO The Baptist Choir Tea Feature
Covln was assistant. The Church will be present. Sponsors As bead of the music department and director of the choir. of 1Jacksonville
church purchased the present will be District 9 and 10 vicinity will celebrate the sixty- The William Raines Senior
edifice on October 22, 1940. and Usher Board Number 3. third anniversary November High School Choir will be
Later the church purchased the as well as the Gospel Chorus Mt. Olive'sHomecomiiig Sponsored Ella CohenIn Allen Chapel at I p.m., at the West Union, featured at a Calendar Treatat

building in the rear of the Presidents will be Mrs. Wattle Baptist Church Mrs. C.' Wil the St. Joseph Methodist
church Sue Pollard, Mrs. A. Walker, Is Fashion Tea RecitalElla Pastor HonoredThe liams Is president The Rev. Church, Spearing and Jessie,
On Monday night, November Deacon C. Cooper and Mrs and Mrs. A.F. Cummings are November 12, from 4 to 6 p.m.
13, several churches will be Lula Hampton. Mrs Doshle Sunday Nov. 12 Louise Cohen will be Rev. J.W. Jones, pastorof hosts. The Wives will Guest soloists will be Mrs
present, namely; Bethel South Tillman will give the welcome.. presented In a musical pro-, Allen Chapel AME Church, sor a play -Roll Call spon of Allle Faye Maxwell Mr. John
Side, Rev. David Johnson; Mt Deacon John Grier will bring gram Monday, November 13, 1531 Swan Street, will be honored women of the Bible." Mrs. Gripper will be presented also.
Canaan, Rev. J.M. Hatelton; greetings, and will also bring New Mt. Olive's Homecoming at First Born Temple 825 by the official staff Sunday D.B. Barnes Is chairman. Mrs. The Rev Golden Smith, pastor -
Abyssinia, Rev B.L. Wynn; the appreciation..' will be Sunday, Nobember West Monroe. The Rev. It. L. night November 12, This .Mams' home Is at 1363 Harriaoo. will be In charge,*..The pub-
'i St. John, Rev. AJ. Hughes., Sunday School will be at S:30 12. The Rev W.L. Glanton Is 9 --Lambrick and.the Gospel Ex*. is the fast conference Sunday In ,.( lid is Invited.Evangelist., ,
Sponsors are from Districts' a.m The regular. service beginsat asking that all members come press of Jacksonvlll will as- the year. Other services will 1
i 1, 2 and 15, of usher board 11 a.m. to church Members whose sist. The Gospel Traveling be u usual: Sunday School, Few Negroes 'WilliamsCelebrates
: No 1. Mrs. Betty Sledge will names are not on the roll are Stars will also sing. All are 945: a.m.; Morning service,
1 .. expected. Choir No 2 will give ,Invited. Elder A. Hill is pastor 11 a.m.; Closing service, 6:30 Are 'Reds
music with Miss Wilma Cor- pra.KIskop .
'LOW cosr bin at the piano.. Usher Board
No. 3 will serve, directed by Soy's NAACPWASlINGTONNPIF Evangelist B.K. Williams will
MISOI Aid Mother
celebrate her second anniver-
,I Mrs Edith Turner. Sunday,
Fete Lifting Of School begins at 9:30. Morning J ew sary Sunday night, November
worship li at 111_m. Tim evenIng Negroes back the Communistcause 19, at the Queen Esther Church
worship -begins at-9:30' Coffey Will le Menorfeliiei1. according to Clarence of God In Unity, 1747 McQuade.

"YOUR ,HOME IS OUR CC"CERN Morning worship Is at 11 a.m. Mrs Viola Jones, above, Is. Memphis, Tenn.-the 60th Annual Holy Convocation of the mitchell, dlrectorNAACP Elder H. Buckner Is pastor.
chairman of the Washington bureau. Mrs. Frankle Mae Sweet Is
The evening worship begins at program committee -
Churches of God In Christ will be a memorial tribute to the
100f, .Carports, Torches 6:30: p.m. The public Is Invited. for the Pallbearers late Bishop Charles Harrison Mason, founder of the religious "The Communists have never, reporter. _
Union Lodge No.189. This group made any great headway in recruiting -
denomination which embraces than OOO churches
now more ,
Dens And General Room Is sponsoring a Fashion Tea colored followers, and
In the United States and abroad
on Sunday, November 19, from. to at Public Relations and Civic they do not have any following Prayer Bands Have .
4 to 0 p.m. in the Afro American The Convocation, expected .this point," Mitchell told the
Additions Are Our Spedahles''We attracting more than 25,000 delegates Night services.
Insurance House UnAmerlcan
Building, 101 Activities
Gospel Express Other highlights of the Convocation Convention
Union Street Mrs. Calma and visitors Is at Mason committee. The NAACP leader Song
will Include Home and
Will McCray hat will be Memorial Temple, in Memphisand said his organization
Finance To designer, was
u Up ends November 17. 'Foreign Missions, Thursday, strongly The Saturday Night Singing
At featured Mrs. Wattle Calhoun anti-Communist.
True ChurchThe
I is president of the The theme of the Convocationis November 9, Bishop S.M. Former llght-heavyvrelghtbox- Convention will be held November -
4 group Crouch, of Los Angeles, pre- 11 at the Winning Souls
7 Years "Not by might, nor by power, lag champion Archie Moore ,
Gospel Express program but by my spirit" salth the siding; Evangelist DepartmentWorld who also appeared before For Christ Evangelist Prayer
will be at the True Union Community Lord of hosts Out-Reach, Friday, committee the Band headquarters at 8 p.m.
398-5987 i d
s a the Communists
CALL Church of God in Unity, Sat- The Convocation will featurea November 10, Bishop L.C. seek Brother Butler is manager.
urday night at 8 p.m. The Rev Choir To Celebrate Pilgrimage by church officialsand Page, of Los Angeles, presiding ion from Inside.todestroy the nat Lucy M. Smith is advisor of

Capitol Construction Co.WRITE R.L. Lambert, president, will, delegates to Saints Junior National Sunshine Band But he added that he knew the mission. The address Is
\. speak. Groups to appear include Choir No. 2 of Union Community College, Lexington, Miss., on program,'Saturday, November Communists and maintained no <25 Broad Street.I" .

: Soul Revivals, Singers AME Church will cele- Friday, November 10. There 11, Mother Lydia Hensley, President that "the cause of the riots Is ;
from Georgia, Sirens Specials brate the nineteenth anniversary the group,will witness the dedication presiding EducationalDay a lack of'understanding of the Iit1ltotlillIn
WRHC TODAYWin Mrs McBride, Mrs.Alice Bos- Sunday, November 26, at of the new Administration Monday November 13, Dr. Negro's so-called problem loving memory ill darling -
ton and the Bostonettes, Voiceof to be named the Mallory presiding; Women'sDepartment ,
3 p.m. The Rev H.L. Herod building which Is actually caused by the motber, Mrs Elvira D.
Jerusalem, Lively Stonesof will be speaker for the oc- Charles Harrison Mason and Tuesday Novem- white man." Shivers past November 10,
$25.00 For Year Church Daytona and others Mrs.. casion. Others to appear will Lillian B. Coffey Memorial ber 14, Mother A.L. Bailey, Negroes do not have to be told 1964. Sadly missed but still
Rosa Grace president Mrs. be Lie City Wide Choirs Hall. The late Mrs. Coffey, director, presiding; Wednes- by Communists of their loved by family.
Cit out the below and Sadie Vandalene, secretary, Union, Choir of Everson Baptist known as "Mother Coffey",was day, November 15, Elder Chandler favorable situation,Moore said un-, Signed:
coupon The Express will have a meet- Church, Choir No. 3 of head d the Women's Depart- Oens, president! presiding adding that blackpe already Marlon P.Glover.EvergreenBrown
Ing at the church before the ment of the Church and founder Sunday School Day, Thursday .
the Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist know about
.write 'then mail 16 Cleve unequal job,housing, daughter; Eps; Brown
your question, program Choir No. 1 of Mt. Tabor and organizer of the Women'sInternational November ,Bishop>> and education opportunity. son-in-law.
Baptist and the St, Paul Male Convention Mrs. Williams, of Ansonla, Conn.,
to radio station WRHC l> o.i Chorus. Arenla C. Mallory, famed edu- presiding
fLESSII.CS[ ILESSINfi Mrs Blanche Parton will be cator, is President of Saints The final closing sessions will Need.Church '

| The man born with the fin? mistress of ceremonies Choir ,Junior. College, the official be held.on Friday, November I Club .
i .r'.Box 2467, Jacksonville, Fla., ;Rev Roosevelt Franklin of Macon No. 1 and 2 and the Missionary Church of God in Christ school ly, with Bishop A.B. McEwen ,. ",
and
Bishop J5. Bailey Bishop>>
.Hlghtllght of the ten-day session -
Georgia It Is through God Society will sponsor a baby Or
; I PHONE: 389-1111 that I can remove all evil conditions contest on November 19 at will be the annual S.M. Crouch officiating Wedding Pictures

i'U'J'R some questions you may .6 30 p.m. Founder's Day program, scheduled -
; C'l'IONS: The WRHC "Mail Box" will attempt to'get for November I -
Sunday,
wish ; 41 Ti .
to know aai !- CALL
! w answer to any question you may have on any subject, Such Union 12, with Bishop A.B. McEwen : FOR APPOINTMENTS, ttt Vlll CONE TO 'TO'*.
Community
,. u schools., rents, taxes, city and county government sedge CO YOU NEED MONEY? chairman of the Elective '

\k' Write B MY SICKNESS r KATURU? Choir In Festival Board, Bishop J.S. Bailey, Co-I :. .tiTI. NO SERVICE OR SPECIAL CIAR.ES
' your questions below and mall at once. Your question CAN MY HUSBAND STOP chairman, and Bishop D.L. .
\j and the answer, along with your name and address will be' DRINKING? Choir No. 1 of Union Com- Williams, chairman of the .
broadcast from time to time on WRHC, so please print your CAN MY LOVE ONES BE RETURNED munity AME Church celebratesIts Board of BUhops, presiding : BRAND NEW
j: name and address. Write u oftfa as you like and listener, ? forty-fifth anniversary Bishop J.0. Patterson,. General .
t, '/our answer on WRHC,1400 on your radio your total community day, November 12, at 3 p.m. Secretary of the Church will : 1967 VONSEDAN .. PICTURES
l I Ration, on the air 24 hours a day. They call me the (Rootman} The Rev. R. Shanks will speak. be master of ceremonies and w
For the best question each\: week during this mailing Radlc fcut I am only a servant of God. Choir No. 2 of Abyssinia Baptlat win give an address on the :4 NEV
f Station WRHC will award $%5.00 to the church of your choice. ,Because God Is the answer'to will bs the guest Mrs. progress( the Church, Pub COHRACEIAIY :
9'.Y QUESTIONS.! all life's problems I am the Luvenla Squire of Allen Chapeland llshlng house and Its future .169850. "

'I sung of all Day Prophets. Send others will swan Rev. oa Monday evening, November .. ,' PICTWC"IW '
for my special selected Bible; N. McCoy is pastor, C. Crane 13. '. ottlvtt( e IN |AX. ,.,

verses. To be read onSPECIAu president Public relations and Civic a-mere me e..... er ea.Ur 111
DAYS. Night will be held on Saturday, R'I., M1CES"COLO
Send a self-addressed-stamps Novmeber 11, and will feature ; ..
ed envelope and $2.00 for Bible' Zion remarks by local, state and *
rt t 'r'. verses and spiritual Messages! Hope national public officials The Catlin5 OK
: ;". PLEASE PRINT You will receive Bible versei) keynote speech will be given .
t ''MY ,.NAME Ri return Singers Appear* Mrs. Christine Ray Davis : '
by mall by GriffiH! ; '' aLACK
.i it' ,Send TO.: at Washington, D.CH staff director I W14ITEPII4
The! Zion Hope Singers will
J.till ,ADDRESS 6R .
Rev. Roosevelt Franklin of the Committee on S, VolkHrttfn+
R w pwattoa is judged beat, please send$15.00 to UN chore ISO Morrow Avenue give a program at the Par- Government Operations 5t

\ ." tray,choice, which is Macon. Ceorgla: 11301 mergrove Baptist: Church Bishop Louis K. Ford of Chicago me.,
\ November 12, 1967., at <:30. International Director of' i .. uorASraeT;; '
I 11 Refreshments win be served Public Relations and Elder W. fir, ', 1 <
speclalltt In all cue work I54- .J\t
.. < Rooe.ajea cede 912-74-5647, Rev. Nelson,. pastor. sbtaaT" -. D&Klor::,'will prssldIN !. fi.Ji.: : ... TORAY't: ,

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I Apostolic Church Of God lA Christ Has Sixteenth Annual Confab :




Bishop Cooper IsFOI.dr..LI.d.r Bishop Cooper Aid Trustees Rev. Aid Mrs. Toston ,


Rev. And Mrs. Skehee,

The Apostolic Church of God hiss Christ,through Its Command
went Keepers, will hold the Sixteenth Annual Holy Convocation To le Heaored Sunday
at ,
the
Jacksonville
headquarters
032 Benedict Road from
,
November 11, through and Including November 19. Bishop>> IIC. An appreciation program will be held Monday evening,November
H. Cooper, D I!" or. The prelate resides at 1205 West, Tw.nhr._ ___. seconM ireet Mrs. Toston and Rev. and Mrs T.E. Shehee.Rev' .
Jacksonville Florida. n n and Mrs. Toston have been at ML Zion for three years.
On Saturday, November 11, at Benbow will lecture on the He was assigned 1 to the church by Bishop>> E.C. Hatcher. I
10 a.m., the Sabbath: School be. duties Line church mothers.A The Rev. Shehee has been Theodore Lee and congregation
Ins. Dinner will be served at, program will be presented at 'Ip.m. h presiding elder and district of Springfield Baptist, and
2 p.m. A song feast will be tea* supervisor the Rev H.H. Wright of First
turgid by the Junior and senior Wednesday will feature the Joining In this ocaslon will Baptist, Jacksonville. Pastorsand
choirs Missionary Williams activities of the Missionary be Rev. Rudolph McKIssick and congregations of the North,
will deliver the welcome ad- Board Missionary ...Simpson congregation of the Bethel Baptist east Jacksonville district will
'dress, with the occasion coming will bring the sessage.The Wo Institutional Church, the take part Refreshment will be
from Evangelist A.M. Pearson men's Department will meet Rev. Merriweather and congregation served. Bishop>> and Mrs E.C.
The Initial sermon will be by Thursday. The discussion will f of Central CUE,Rev. Hatcher will be special guest.
the Elder Taylor of Montlcetlo, be "You Can't Turn Back The
Fla Clock." Evangelist A.M.Pearson I Joseph Primitive
On Sunday, Novemberl2, Minister will speak at 7, p.m. Firstborn Has
L. James will deliver the Friday November 7, the Sab- I *
message, at 11 am.At 3 p.m., bath School and the YPU, as, Baptist Church
Cooper's Academy will presenta well as the Ushers, will be in Services SundayFirst
program Miss Sharon Law charge. The Sabbath school willspen I On Thursday November 9-10
I reoce will bring the welcome. at 10 a.m., and will com rill be deacon and deaconesses Born Temple 825 Monroe .
Dean Yvonne Cooper will sing. plete the sabbath celebration at anniversary.A Elder A. Hill pastor will
w R.L. Jones will bring the 6 p.m. I Women's Day program Is have regular services ali day
f message. The contest will ter. Sunday, November 19, Is Bishops planned for Sunday, November Sunday. Sunday School will begin
r. mlnate for the crowning of Miss Day. Participants on this 19. The pastor is Rev. P. H.Prison. at 10 a.m. Deacon M. McQueenwill
Coopers Academy. At 7 p.m.. program of appreciation will be The anniversary will In charge. '
,: Evangelist C.Clark will present beacon R. McNalr, Deacon W. be celebrated in the service The morning worship begins
f: a program. Minister Melvin Clark, Missionary L. Williams t beginning at I o'clock.: Usher at His am. Missionary C.
; Jackson will deliver the ser church; M r f. D. Seaton,Coo- a1I Boards No.l and 2 will observe Peterman will speak. afternoon
mon. per's Academy; M r I'. T. L. t their anniversary. Mrs.Bob worship will be at 3
At 12 noon the PrayerServlces Lawrence P T A President, bie Sanders Is chalrmin. Rev. p.m. and evening service at
will be followed by the Declaration Cooper's Academy; Mrs. L.Etheridge I P.H. Frison Is pastor. The 7 pjn. Platform preaching will
of Opening by Bishop>> M.C tarp solo. Respects church is located on the Lake be enjoyed at night. The publicis
H. Cooper,Senior Bishop>> Committees and honors to the oldest mother City Highway Sunday will beabig Invited.
will be organlxed. of the church. The Minister L. day all day Mrs. Bobble
Missionary M. Simpson will James will speak. At 3 p.m. I I sanders II reporter
give a lecture. The dinner will Evangelist will speak on plat. ; ___,_-. .
be served at 4 p.m. Devotions form speaking. AT t P.M. Bishop shop>> CH ooper, founder and organizer of the forthcoming Lister, Rev. Washington, deceased; E.H. Plnkney, National
will follow at 7 p.m. MinisterR. M.C. Cooper will deliver Apostolic Church of God In Christ Convocation, is Treasurer; E.M. Moseley, Assistant Treasurer, and E.H. J
Simpson will deliver the the annual address for the con. shown backed by his trustees. They are, from left: Rev. Harftford, deceased. Howell Funeral
message. vention. _._._ _. ,
Tuesday at noon Mother B.
Bishop Scott Zion Temple Church

I In Vocal ConcertDistrict CHURCH NEWS Calls AME's Christ Zion Temple No.l, had Church an appreciation of God In :Home

No.ll of Dayspring leading soloist at the First Congregational service for their district
Baptist Church, presents Ro- Church of Atlanta MT. TA30R BAPTIST Into MeetingBishop missionary mother. Mrs. Emma
slyn Burrough In a Musical Concert Services begin at 9:30: with the Sunday School. Deacon Jason Anderson last week. Many 5S79 Moncrief' Road

Sunday night November 12 Barr will be in charge. The pastor will review the lesson topic.At >> >> L. Scott Allen, Resident attended.
8:15 in the Sanctuary of the 10:4 S consecration will be administered. Deaconesses and Bishop, Gulf Coast Area, A baby contest was held also. 24 Hoar Ambulance Service
church. choir members will serve. At 11 a.m. the morning worship will Gulfslde, Mississippi, Issuesa The contestants were Baby] _
The twnety year-old daughter take place. The pastor and his assistant the Rev. G. Cherry call to the ministers and Serena Monlque Jenkins and r ..
of Mr. and Mrs othell Burroughs will preside. A district mass meeting will be held at 3 p.m. AL laymen to assemtde at Bethune. Baby Stephanie Smith. Baby \
was born and reared in .5:30: the BTU will 1 meet.Deacon Paul Bera is president and will Cookman College on Saturday Serena Monlque Jenkins won the ,
Jacksonville, attending Mon. be assisted by Theodore Smith. The evening rshJp Is at 7 p.m. November 11, at 9:30: a.m., for contest. Sister Lillian Battles. Serving All Faiths
Brief Elementary School, and Rev. H.T. Overstreet pastor. The church is located Fifth and the Bishops Convocation. was the sponsor.
graduated from North Western 4 Mt. Hermon. The theme of the Convocation Elder William (Bill) Rutledge
High School While at Northwestern Is "United In Christian Is the efficient pastor of the .
she was a member of the BETHLEHEM BAPTIST Mission" church. Hell doing a great Convenient. Location
Choir, French Club,Cheer lead- Sunday School at 9:30. with superintendents Deacon Eugene The guest speakers on the work, and he is loved by all ,
tngsquadandwaslnductedlntothe Sawyer, Mrs. Llllie Webbert and Mrs. Marie Williamson in program are: Robert Anderson who meet him.
Gold and White Key Chapters charge The morning service Is at 11 a.m. The Home Mission Jr., District Lay Leader, You are welcome at all times
'
of the National Honor Socelty. will have a dinner project after the morning "lees."The' Home Gaine.svllle. .Dlstrlct, Florida to Zion Temple Church of God
Upon graduation from Northwestern Mission meeting is at 3 p.m. District No. 2 meets at 4 p.m., Conference (SEJ); Rev SS. In Christ N&.l,on 160i and rbll.
Roslyn received an ,at thehome of Mrs. Randolph, 801 West 8th. District No. 3' Robinson, Minister Simpson' son Street.
Academic Scholarship Morris ,meets In the church basement at 5 p.m. BTU at 5 p.m. The Methodist Church, Jacksonville Elder William (Bill) Rutledge,
Brown College in Atlanta, Ga., j J'I evening service begins at 6 p.m. Usher Board No. 2 and the Florida; Revered J. Mil-. pastor. Sister Lillian Battles Ample Parking Facilities/ )
where she is now matriculating I :Young Adult Choir will serve throughout the day. All officers burn McLeod, District Superintendent reporter.
as a Senior majoring In Child will be Installed November 19 at 6 p.m. of Deland District,
Psychology and Elementary Ed. where Dr. Homer McEwen Is Florida Conference (SEJ); JIXOH NAACP's .
ucation.At pastor. She was selected for the ,PENTECOSTAL CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST JESUS Harry L. Burney, Florida Conference Next 765-6664 -- 7682054Lewis
Morris Brown Roslyn an second time to sing with the Atlanta Sunday School at 10:30: am. Morning worship at noon. YPU at Director of Stewardship Monthly
honor student and is a member Pop Symphony Orchestraat 6:30 p.m. Evening service at 7:30. On Saturday night Elder (CJ);' Rev. Cube A,Johnson
of the Psychology Club, Pyramid Chastlan Ampl-Theater. Hughes will speak. He will close out the revival. Superintendent, The South ,Meet Nov. 16The J. Howell L.F.D.
Pledge Club of Gamma Zeta Her travels to capacity: audiences Florida District Florida Conference fount annual banquet Jacksonville .'
Chapter, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Include:Kentucky,Michigan 'TABERNACLE BAPTIST (CJ) ; Rev. Arthur R. Branch of the National
and ,College Choir. She Ohio, Indiana Chicago Sunday School begins at 9:30, with Superintendent C.A. Law- Crowell Superintendent, The Association for the Advance Understanding Service With
is a recent nominee for Who's Wisconsin Philadelphia, New .erence In charge. The lesson will be reviewed by Miss Geneva Central Florida District, ment of Colored People will be
Who among students in American York Washington, M a s s- Jackson At 11 a,m. the Rev. WJE. Young pastor, will deliver Florida Conference (CJ); and Thursday, November 16, at 7.30: Dignify And Distinction
Colleges and Universities. achusetts, Florida, Georgia and the message. Youth choirs and Usher Board No. 2 will serve. Harrison F. DeShlelds, Conference p.m, at the Robert Meyer Hotel. *i K >* t* P* tt
She Is a leading soloist with Canada where she captivated The districts will hold their joint anniversaries in the audl- Director of MethodJt Earl Shepard, vicepresidentof ii0 i -a-0
the Morris Brown College Con the audience with her lovely tolrum Sunday afternoon. The Rev. J.M. Hazelton of Mt. Cana. Men. the Seafarers International -- -
5 certCborundertbedirectiauogDr. renditions an will speak. All youth choirs meet Wednesday at 5:30: for The keynote challenge will be Union of North America,will be
G. Johnson Hubert and.a' rehearsal. Prayer meeting will be at 7.30. The Missionary delivered by Bishop L. Scott the principal speaker.Woolworth.
.". meeting will be Thursday night in the home of Mrs. Alice White. Allen. His theme will be R.S.EVANS
field on East Third and Evergreen at 7:30. The youth of the "The Oneness We Seek" To I
Rev. Burroughs Guest church will observe their anniversary on November 19 Mrs. The music will be furnished
H,L. Lawrence Is supervisor by the Bethune-Cookman College Build Mammoth 3rd & MAINEL
t. Choir under the direction
of Thomas D, Damps Harlem Outlet
: Speaker At Grant AME UNION PROGRESSIVE BAPTIST In Issuing the call this con- 4-8381 OPEN TILL 930: P.M. EL 4-8382
Sunday,School at 9.30, with aim charge.The lesson topic will vocation Bishop Allen said, The new Woolworth store,with
Sunday throughout the day at Grant Memorial on the eve of the be reviewed by the pastor or his appointee.At 11 a.m., the morn lOne Convocation of Laymen a total of 55,000 square feet, U r' '
East Florida Annual Conference Homecoming Day will be celebrated ing worship begins, with Deacons D.B. PollardandRobert King, on November 11, is especially, will Increase the company's 'a you are thinking of tying
beginning with the Sunday School at 9.30 a.m. under the in charge. The pastor will speak during the day. All choirs will significant and should Inspire selling space at that location Evans car, Motors the place to go Is RJB.
.capable direction of.A.V.Rose, lupertate ent. serve On Monday night the Deacon Board meets.Tuesday night full attendance on the part of from 9,000 to 39,000 square The Salesman, 3rd A Main St. ,
{ tie 11:00: a.m. worship per. and Mrs.;Artada Floyd are the is prayer meeting time. Wednesday night the choir rehearses. the fine people of the Florida feet, and will require a substantial Redmond. to see Is Ernest
i'AJ ''On Thursday night business transacted On Sunday the pastor. Conference. It will be historic increase In the number When walking on the .
F.
Rev. ; D. Richardson:; Sr., leaders for persons bora Inca. big lot Just ask for Ernest
a son of Grant Memorial and Associate Mrs Truly Isham and Mrs wants to see all.Rev.Jake Ray,Jr.,pastor. The church address Lilts emphasis on the challenge of empolyees, it was announce Redmond oy',
Pastor, will bring the Mary Robinson are the leaders :Is 613 Pippin Street Mrs. Lentils Miller is Publicity: Chairman.ST. I of the Immediate future, and ed by C. M. Dale, Woolworth's of gas free and with get each 10 gallons sale. ,,
"The Oneness We Seek" in anew Northeastern regional vice pre
homecoming message.Immediately for the South Carolina
Most
group. sales can be handle with
I at the close tithe Mrs Clytie Harp and Mrs. Le-i! THOMAS BAPTIST CHURCH and vital fellowship. I sident. little down
no This
service Choir Not, Usher CIlIa Hooks are the leaders of the The regular order worship will prevail Sunday.In the morn- shall look to see all Florida week or payment.
Board No. 2,along with the Congregation Alabma group. Mrs. Loclle ling worship Choir No. 3 and Usher Board No. 4 will lead the Methodist on Saturday, November sell So our call cars are priced to
354-S381
will journey to Gregg Brown and J. S, Irving are the 'procesllon. The Rev.W.C. Neal, pastor will deliver the message II." II YIO MEET IEIP? 354-8382. Be me now sure, to ask for or
Temple A.M.E. Church to reader -' representing person born In A CLAENDAR RALLY will be sponsored at 6:30 p.m., In The Convocation Is being Ernest
Redmond
the interest tithe church and of the pastor. The anniversary will: sponsored by the Conference I
service for Rev Curt I. other states. The goups will report YOU lAY A PiOBUBI
Parish, a son of Grant Memorial Sunday night. begin on November 28. Mrs Bernice Green will be speaker for, Board of Lay Activities of the
At 6:45 Rev J. W. Burroughs the rally. Baptismal rites will be ddhducted following the evening Florida Conference; Dr. They come for many reasons- 1987 CHEVROLET CAPRICE ?................................
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NEWS' grn4awnw By WHITNEY M. YOUNG JR.

Published by the Florida Star Publishing Company MISSISSIPPI/ / A few weeks ago I attended an exhibit of paintings and sc.
hire by Negro artiste It was held at New York's City College
asp which co-sponsored the event with the New York Urban Leagueand

MEMBEK' ON IsgA). OCr2O/P7 the Harlem Cultural Council. The show covered the work of
54 artists over a period of 150 years.
tics r FEDERAL COURT MRYOF It was a beautiful exhibit. The art works, from the earliest

r4 tt WHITE MISSISS/PPIAflS colonial portraits to recent abstracts paintings, showed a

(; 10'Pi RNATIONAZ cf 1 '_ CONVICTED SEVEN 7WHITf< creativity and sensitivity that could belongtoartlsts of the

'MEN FOR CONSPIRING TO front rank.
As I left the exhibit,I thought of bow Important such show Is.
MURDER TREECIVIL So few Americans are aware of the cultural contributions of Negro -

ERIC 0. SIMPSON -- Mniiiil Edits, ,- '-, IGHTS WORA 7Sw clticens. Even many Negroes are all too tngnorant of their
own rich chltural herltaee.
Most Americana IMnt' Negro cultural BCllif

IILPA VOOTEN --. ClrcililiJi Miiifir : meats starts and stops with a few spirituals.
I. 1r They know Jan is a Negro contribution,but they
seem unw l1l1n"to admit that this Is the only original

2323 kfoncrief Road Pint Elfii 4-8782 cultural contribution this nation has made III.lti
to
tend
,has made to the arts of the world. They
r r look down on jaw, too. But a genius like Duke
Miiliif Address Ellington creates serious music which will livelong

.P.fl in 599 licksmllli. Florida 32J81 1 na after are forgotten.most ":rlous classical" compo-

AU of the arts have benefited from the contributions of Negro

MIAMI OFFICE writers, artists and musicians. New York has an interracial
symphony orchestra the Symphony of the New World, whichis

Phone 751-3879 a showcase for Negro musicians. Hardly a week goes by
without publication of new novels by talented young Negro writ-

SUBSCRIPTION RATES ters. The Negro Ensemble Company, a new showcase for lie-

One jear, $8.00 Half Year, $5.00 gro musicians. Hardly a week goes by without publication

Mailed to You Anywhere in the United States .of new novels by talented young Negro writers. The Negro

Subscription payable in advance Ensemble Company, a new showcase 'for "Negro playwrigTh"and
r w with the help of a Ford Foundation
actors, will open soon\
Send Check or Money Order to: -
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FLORIDA STAR P.O. BOX 599 But why, despite the cultural contributions of Negroes in the

Jacksonville .1 Florida past, and the great artistic ferment today is so little known
about these accomplishments?
In large part it is the fault of the schools. When a young\
I Bit, It Really SporllighU, The Corruption 01 law & Order'lYOUR (white) Boston school teacher gave his students in a ghetto

school a poem of Langston Hughes to read, be found that

Don't Blame Cancer Society? they loved it so much they memorized it. But the school's
I administrators gave him a hard time "We don't teach things

like that here," they said. He quit and qrote a book about the
We must not blame the American cancer So- WeeklyHOROSCOPE way Negro children are kept from learning about their own

ciety for its hard fight against the use of, heritage.Not .

cigarettes. 1 all schools are so openly racist, but the great majoritydo

While it cannot be proved clinically that neglect Negro contributions or restrict themselves to

cigarettps contribute to lung and throat I r 1 1I teaching a distorted picture of American history. It must have
GUIDE
come as quite a schock to many people to hear of Nat Turner's
cartcer, there appears tQ be a considerable slave revolt in 1831. ,

statistical relationship. That's because most schools and textbooks pictured the slaves

Since smoking, like the use of alcohol,! I as happy and contented, and that's the way so many Americans

\ has become part and parcel of the Americanway I By PABLO, The ASTROLOGER think of this nation's brutal past. They weren't taught about

of life, it appears that for all practicable the many slave rebellions of the thousands of free Negroes
) in the North who took part in th e abolitionist movement, or
purpose the habit will never be of the 200,000 Negro troops who fought in the Civil War.

abandoned.In : WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR Perhaps the people who wrote those textbooks found it upsetting -

an age of speed anxiety, and tensions, to tell the story of the Negro's efforts to stand up

-people have resorted to the use of alcohol and fight back at his oppressors. But this conspiracy of silence

about the Negro people can't resist the relentless pres-

,nervous' I BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL j sure of the truth.
j.1 Many of today's new textbooks are correcting errors ano1
\ doing so some people go to excesses, and distortions of the past, and educators are beginning to make

this causes tobacco to shorten life and. the necessary changes in curriculum to bring the truth back

probably will lead to a personality change -', --;- _.___, __t________________; ____-._. into the classroom. They can be helped by a similar realismon

( especially If the person smokes and CACKICUKH the part of television and the movies.
drinks. ARIES CANCER LIBRA I'd like to see these powerful means of communication used
)
BORN SEPT. BORN DEC. '. to portray Negroes and their hosiery in realistic terms. Television -
Cigarette, ;' manufacturing ..companies! and BORN( MARCH BORN JUNE "fled IAN 19th ought to seek out many,of the promising new Negro

f smoking adyQcatcs; ,, claim that moderate !use 19th 1 ,23rd OCT. 23rd playwrights and actors and give ,them a,showcase, e'>for their!
J
211bURfL. 'I n.i r "
of both alcohol and tobacco contribute to 1VLY'122nd '&. guileful One ole lUmes b s What's the rush? Mars cannotbe talents on regular show and dramas; '
I What means most?While mere considered a smooth influence -
.human and assist in
happiness, relieving Think till it hurts. It's not the to with difficult people who
cope
in the solar
rising sign
the tensions of modern high pressure liv ere fortune so many In occupational signs of good and lack of grey matter than may may even be those closest to us is apt to make one Impatient and, South Seer Failing To Use Negroes.That
I back but rathera And if not to allow '
perferrlng
'' be holding one
'monetary affairs, there is one :onsequentiy;less prudent than
tendency to avoid exertionsof things to reach the stage where the South and even the North, is not
,ing very perlslstent aspect that is Is one's wont. Restrain tender-
any kind Cancerlans who have c showdown becomes inevitable utilizing effectively Negro manpower is no-
? contrary. It nay mean a separation des to be more critical of loved
> Jobs that are important and exciting there would be ample Justification thing new to us. This has become a sort of
The American caused by a memberof ones, and avoid family showdowns -
Cancer Society wants to
find to be : in to ends
using guile serve
the family, or a misunderstanding enough may prove that could be most disruptive tradition, and the' nation has come to think
out what substitutes are available and is exceptions, and they are apt Pecuniary interests may also
regarding the careerof for concerned
applying for with ideas that force to play the in everyone of Negro labor as unskilled, the last to be
a research of $5-mlllions to to come up are I one game
one or both. There is a Don't permit friends or even'stangers
ahead of th times. If the that will self h.ired and the first to be fired. ,
do research in this area. formula whereby it would be far recognizing way prevent or to talk one into taking
talents at their true anyone else from Jeopardizing Yet, Frank E. Smith a TVA board member,
Without doubt our scientists have the know possible to live and work together actions that go contrary to the
worth, this may also Induce one them. Separative forces are recently said that "Industries cauiit in
how to make substitutes which would have in harmony. But it may Caprlcornlan grain Instincts,
take someone who is way up to see Just how far to go In their working at full strength making as a rule .seldome lead one a- the pinch of labor shortages have found
the effect
same relaxing as nicotine. Per- and it advisable to
partlcal doubly sharpen
on the highest plane to find it development usage stray. Troubles begin when refusing that Negroes customarily regard as Unemployable
haps it already has in the development of Be very careful so as not to allow wits and to muster enough.nerO'
and to make It work. Retrograde to listen to them. A separation be motivated and trained into,
to be to counteract them. can
reputation questioned
.
tranquilizers pills .
( ) Mercury Is slowing I from a loved onecouldbe
domestic life to be disturbed Everything that it considered productive "
It is our belief that such substituteswould down preparatory to resuming or ) caused: by Jealousy or family employees.
forward journey that meansa any kind of a showdown,whetherat Improtant or top secret had bet squabbles and should not be permitted Surely, they can, but who has been takjnjj
create an uncomfortable accomodation home or in worldly milieus, ter be handled behind closed:
gradual stepping up of pro- as one has anything to say the leadership in getting them to tlo this.
problem ilow many smokers and drinkers fitable activities Is bound to have a profound effect doors with only the most trust- about It. not
the white economic structure
Not
could comfortably make adjustments to the1' on sel! and on key relation ed collaborators paying atten power
9.30.85.56.706 ships., dance 2.10.88.38.789 'the. non-violent'.disciples.not: the Christianchurch )
"Instant" pill to give the same pleasureas
3.14.44.46.65? 1. 60 22 47,- 345 and certainly not .the vict'iru lack
the sociable business of relaxing with a TAURUS AOUARIUS'r
'SCORPIO'BORN ing training.
drink or smoke To accomodate self LEO .
to
ones ,
BORN APRIL What recommend SNCC
BORN i IAN we to Dr. King CORE
the substitute might be just as difficult OCT.
1 BORN JULY and the black powerites is the initiation'of '
n.-> i.lvjiib up' the smoking havil entirely! 20th MAT 20th
As an after tnought, upon more sober reflections 24th.- NOV. 42id.. 20tfc FEB. IBtli some constructive program of helping the

what would the American societrbe The power is there. It may 123rd AU6. ,,221 CDon't Seek When You'ri drawn In. Even* iTit-is nation to absorb low-.wage, manpower into the
be easier but far from desirable a rapport. having
like If both smoking -01.1. urinking were to give up anything after cumstances resist.seldom The tides permit of any.cir- to work in groups, it is not always .not come one's under own the idea, one of may jnqustrial Economy! to. better, itself;
glare the
totally absent and there were no tension only one haff-hearted try. one, no matter bow powerful, easy to preserve har- spotlight. sThe activities
relieving substitutes for Whether it is a Job,good health, mony. That Is the reason whyso or
zl; time. to swim against the current. achievements of closest associate THIS'WEEK IN NEGRO HISTORY
or the object of affection that And so it is with Leo natives many Scorplos choose vocations may also be responsible for .
one may be after, they are to or professions where
for the time being. Benefit from all the attention one seems to
be hand by the Taureans who whatever events haveto they can function strictly on November 6 1844 William Wells
present work
enjoy or attract right not. It Brown began his life's
1 Oar Doubts And Dr. Kin live up to the reputation of bring in the way of home Improvements their own However this has its may not be to one's liking to abandon as an abolitionist.
plodding ahead until all bar- increased returns drawbacks, too. It requires the the comfort
and
Time and time again, we have questioned riers collapse. Make up your from dally endeavors and what presence of people to stimulatethe his or her own home in safetyof order November 7, 1837 Elijah P. Lovejoy, abolitionist, was mart
minds definitely while seeing else has the mind and to pick up the dared by a mob
for- at
the ever one good to travel elsewhere, but if thereis Alton, III.
employment of Dr. King's non-violent clearly what valuable bits information
goals are likelyto turn to receive. B ut if having no other choice pull self
demonstration in certain situations. it is be. Then refuse to be sway ideas of going counter to the here and there. Then are problems toghther and make open the best, out of November 7, 1963 EIJon Howard 01 the New York Yankees

our opinion that the non-violent technique ed by actual physical obstacles actual trends, one is apt to run cropping up In connftctieo it may have something todo with named Most Valuable Player.
has lost its usefulness. Times different or those that are purely the into one road block after another with Job or physical well;being mutual economic or security Interests
are -
products of deep-rooted prejudices Travel projects, study courses and some friendly help may be November 8, 1791 Bejamin
Banneker I/Enfant
and therefore we need a new needed to with them. trike began assisting
i approach to or complexes, from determination cope in
I long-range plans in survey and layout of
general
Washington D.C.
facial problems to achieve a timely seem to be stymied. up a new friendship when the occasion 6 60 > 11 > 59 > 927pistfs ,

ffe are not, advocating the black kdwer approach success 4.5033':81581VIRGO arises, but be slow to' November 8. 19M Crystal Bird Faucet. first Negro to be

nor the non-violent technique at -20. .. .'41. 332 confide or let feelings show. elected to Pennsylvania State legislature

, I this time. Nevertheless, as the Afro-Ameri 1-80-68-65 BORN FEB -

I can has put it in last week's editorial,, we (tENflilBORN I l H6ITTRIU3BORN November 9, 1785 Lemuel Haynes soldier-mlnister, was
BORN born.
have doubts that the announced King plan to: AUG. NOV.: 19th MAR. 20tl wwi H.20 years served as pastor of a white* churcb In Vermont for

tie-up expressways' block factory gates and MAT ". 23fir SEPT( 2214 Find out why. ICs easy to say

II, generally'disrupt; the white power struc- 21st JUKE 21st Plain common sense Now that 23rdJEC. 21st. "no," usually much more so November !; !23} Benjamin Banneker, astrmomer-sclentist,
Mercury is about to resume Its than it Is to exclaim "ye&.11coulel
ture" will accomplish anything. There is such a strong emphasis forward motion the ideas should Have the last word. Some be that financial cares or HAmtrka.Bltlmore? He Invented the first striking clock

I, By no stretch of the imagination can this on maters that have start flowing more freely again. previous fears regarding the personal limitations may bring
and the
future of
efficacy
tyg
to do with vtU-beuig and occupation ,
application of non-violent pressure contribute Virgo natives may even have range planning, could now turn you to doubt ability to provide November 10, 1782 Elihu Embree Tennessee emanlclpaUonist
that U would be wise ,
had them right along but for a mate and But was
were family. borD
removing rat-infested ghettos to to nave been flrmlu based. ,
retraining our
not to take up too many other not
quite able to follow through as long as you possess needed
unskilled Negro labor to removing interests. This also take up with them because But this does not signify that skills '
the and are willing to wort
Interests. This also is a periodfor settingswere one must let matters stand ant\ S".nSus., ;::6O Andrew Hatcller, first Negro wgned to
wholesale unemploymentand to improving inferior not right. Confusion, perhaps this should not be made the deciding _rYlc.
make BO move to counteractthef H.
the settlement of housing, Kedy.: was appointed by President
schools in many committees. created by a tight money effects on oner elf and factor entirely The Indications Jofcn F.
family and economic problemsso
The Afro-Anerican said: 'Dr. King needs market or restricted income, those who are near and dear. that fortunes ma)
as to be free to direct energies -
can real.y the change! for the better November 11
gum op works may ,once 1831
to go back into a leadership huddle and: along the lines of the at critical moments. The bright Encouraged loved ones when a going team has been formed ended when leader Nat Careatest slave uprlllllr In VI, blatOl'1
forth with something mature and future. If having the slightest they when they are down In the Turner. I1Irr.nder..t1n Southhampton
come more side of the picture lies in the are fairly clear and positive lnsurrectlos.
more in tune with the times. In this notion that you possess superior fac that this should stimulate dumps tighten' up the economy from the stellar point of view.It .
talents of one type or another, thinking apparatus to the when depresslre influences It one's state of mind that November
connectionour readers should look into the' point Author
do not waste any more time threaten It, and entrench self = QIr", Gnllam wife 0111I.' late
where
U coal be the block.It Dr. WEB
really .
stumbling
conies
forthcoming 'f ll issue of the Quarterly Re- Just thinking about them. They interesting decisions. There up with It against any hostile attempts to can to removed only by was bore In 1Dd1anapou,. fad i I, 4t'
view of Higher Education among Negroes and may be the very things that dislodge! on e from position. v t
a bit of luck that will bold In changing your mood for one that November 12, 1831 Rer, :
read Negro Leadership Needs a unified High will open wide the doors to a good sled as long as It is not Some friends, too. may need It more optimistic and ec. Baptist ChueII Chicago Richard waptten 'r''I,Olive/,/
and It to be dating 18&O's : '
seems .
world bolstering
new that Is fascinating ,
pressed too far ductive to seU-confl-
"Marcus Boulware till greater
Command" by' a speech np the end
and to to accept the IAInCm.nta. -' ,
a pleasure to behold of Jilt month. up you dence. November U. 1950 \ "

professor. 7.70 22 69 Sit 2-9055.U.999 :...t.40..H.M7.1' S-40.71-H-4" man to receive a PllUtIft!,' pqy. (Dr Oil'ooU P ttrJ wu IIrtt Nebo woo" ,IIi :

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I ',: Secretary Of Defense Says Bias In Army Will Be Destroyed ,I




McNomora Cites Instances _.CoordinatorRoy j Nashville BH Beatty league Makers Scored Died In VietnamWayne General MotorsScholarships !

Leaders Strike 0. Martin, Specialist'
And Efforts For Elimination Hobo
Negro Four In the army died in Vietnam -'
President To
WASHINGTON D. C/-6ecretary of Defense Robert McNamar.sp'ok. Local tlcllcsNASHVILLENP'ILocU on) October 25. This information -

'receotl, before the National Association of National At NAACP Meet was recetvedbyUrs. Go ToStHrJaats
Broadcasters and struck a hard blow at discrimination ( Receive Honor Inca Shealy his mother, 1222
the opinion that ,expressing "Black Power" leaders are A study of Negro attitudes; West Sixteenth, Jacksonville..
open housing projects should of
the Immediate future He hit at other areas of bias also projects A part charging that police and city officials NEW ORLEANS-NPf-Coo- made recently ly Gary T.Marx, Specialist Martin was at first General Motors Corporation
of the address follows are ganging up on) them seclologtst, reveals the falsity reported missing, but subsequent has made available JOO scholar
: flrmatlon last week
in an effort to put them cult was given by of accusations of anti-Semit investigation proved that ships for outstanding secondary
Racial discrimination ranting the great legislative advances ..business.The Raymond J. Leslie, president, school graduates for the fan of
ism, batres of white,resistanceto be had been killed. Mrs. Shealy
that have been achieved
In
the past six remains a festering board directors Philadelphia
harassment -
years leaders point to the 1968 at than tOO
more colleges
Infection In the draft, and support of the received an expression of regret -
national
our' life."The of the Liberation Cotillion Society, Inc.,Heritage and universities. These scholarships -
Muslim t q eon black nationalism from the office of the
Detense Department and fell apart. It lacked sufficient school: accused of teaching hat House Philadelphia, that Dr. Secretary of the Army through' win be given to enterIng -

Beginning with the courageous leadership from thi red of whites. Katie E. Whlckam, president, This four-year study Indicates'' Adjutant General Kenneth G. freshmen and may be renewed -
executive order of President top.-starting with me, and Police have been said to be National Beauty Guitarists' League that things are getting better for Wlckham Major General USAF through the normal four-

Truman In 1948 Integrating the going right on down through the keeping SNCC leaders under Inc., has been invited tp the Negro in American, even In' -34. undergraduate years for those
armed services has been a senior echelon of the Defense surveillance and prcventlnf accept the"Woman of the Year" the South. The NAACPreceived making the mark.

powerful fulcrum In removing! establishment. And it lacked appropriately them trouJ speaking locally, award annually given to an out. seventy-nine percent of yeas on Chicago's Top This plan was set 19>> in 1955,.
the roadblocks to racial Justice; stiff sanctions for At a recent meeting, a young standing clti&en. its activities! for the black man. with the help leading educators -
-not' merely In the military;. lie: violation of our antl-dls- man announced that be was an The award is to be presented at More than 75 percent of these More than 5000 students
but In the country at large crimination policy Informer for the police He said the annual ball of the society on Interviewee felt that schools Firms RemainAgainst have been helped including
"But clearly the nation's roadto have toes- Joseph D. Jackson has been the Southern December 29 at PhiladelphiaHotel. "
"Indeed we plans he was told to spy on should be integrated. More than 1,460 new enrolled. Eight graduating -
equality Is still strewn with tend the program In a dozen additional promoted to the Headquartersstaff Student Organizing Com 40 percent expressed dislike for NegroWASmNGTOlMNPO classes have produced
boulders of bias. states In the near fur Eastern Region of the'Humble mittee. Dr. Whlckam acknowledged the Muslims ,450 graduates More than 80 t

"But when these: men return .. Oil and Refining Com Officials at Tennessee State that she had accepted the invitation Martin Luther King was chosen'' White per cent were in the top quarter

home it Is not the color of their "It'is said that there are no pangs Baltimore district. He Ail have refused to readmit and was flattered by the as the Negro who has done mostto collar employment of Negroes of these classes. More than 50

blood that matters: it is the atheists in foxholes. I can assure -. !is also community relations some 25 students active In the award. She also announced that help Negroes The precentilewas continues to be dismally low, per cent were in the top five

color of their skin you that in South Vietnam coordinator. Jackson receives movement. The students were the SL5-mlUlon building to be 85 In New York,92 In Chic- both among th e nation's oil per cent &rOUP.bundred .
"There are thousands of our there Is no segregation In fox this promotion after six years accused of taking part in racial constructed in Washington D.C. ago, 93 in Atlanta and 95 inBirmingham. firms and Chicago's major em- On forty-elptprlnte
Negro troops returning from holes of service with the marketing disturbances. to house a beauty culture research More than 83 par ployers.The schools: and (public school: are

Vietnam, who are being discriminated "There is no segregation of organization. He Is a grauduateof center beauty college cent said they were willing to National Catholic Confer- in the program Including the
against in or-bAse our servicemen in on-base Ohio 'a Kent State Univer- HIgh Student and office buildings, would have flfht for the United States. ence for International Justice District of Columbia and Puerto.
bousing. When there is adequate housing. sity and is a past president of a ground-breaking In March revealed that Negroes make up Stipends range from $ZOO to

housing on the base, Negro men "And the Defense Department the Washington chapter of the 1968. only 0.5 to 4.2 per cent of oil- $2,000 per year, depending on
in uniform are treated as all cannot tolerate segregation of National Association of Market Average Shown industry white-collar employ- the demonstrated need..
Americans should be treated. our servicemen in off-base Developers. This promotion ment.
When there is not, and the Negro housing makes him a member of the

must depend on the civilian "Where we must use stiff san Public Relations Department ofHumble's At A&T State I

community for housing, he all will. seven-state Eastern
ctions we
too often is denied this equality Region Jackson and his wile, GREENSBORO, N. C. -
"What prefer hope for,and
of'treatment. Is we overwhelming, measure Mrs. Emily Luclle Thompson Trustees of ALT State Univer- !
expect an Home Delivered Now
South Carolinian last week told aver- FLORIDA STAR
"Becuase of his color he suffers of voluntary compliance" Jackson a sity were
a penalty; his famUy suffers are the parents of one son, age scores earned by All T.students .
a penalty; and our nation- Kevin.'They will move to Balti on the College Entrance
security suffers a penalty because Public School more. He is the son of Mrs.J. Examination test has Jumped by

of the impaired moraleof Willis Eulll of Wellsvllle 178 points during the past three .' i .; ;+, '. I .
our fighting forces Parks Suggested Ohio and of the late Caesar years. 1. duf

"We are talking here about a Jackson. He is also a Kappa Speaking was Dr. Lewis C.
Public School Parks Education -
or Alpha Pal frater and served Dowdy, University president,
of men who have distinguished -
group
themselves in the service Parks might be the best way for six years in the United who presented the report at the
out for bringing integration States Army reserve. He has annual meeting of the ALT J'
of their nation. It is a fact
closer to reality John H.
says also done postgraduate workat Board of Trustees.Dr. .
that Negroes often volunteer
Fischer Columbia University American University and is Dowdy explained that
difficult and hazardous
the most
Teacher's College president,In toward master's degree from
working a holding power', resulting
assignments. It is a fact that 20
a recent release titled"Educa
in Business Administration. able to tI.'p"
a higher quality student
percent of Army deaths in Viet-
tin Parks. Phot from Humble *
last Oil. remain to complete degree re
nam year were Negroes.
qulrements was a big factor In
"Earlier this year in a visitto
enrollment Increases.The .
his home State of South'Carolina total
Honored
General Westmoreland Roy Wilkins president reported that
than half of the freshman
paid tribute to the superb more J
students this fall completed high
performance of these men. lux'
school in the top 25% of thler
/}
"I to the people of
say my .
of 17 doc-
yAt classes the addition
;
native State and my country,
troates to the faculty this fall
Y ;
General
the noted, "that the
performance of the Negro serviceman forty-five research project
being underwritten at a cost In
has been particularly
inspirational to me.He has served excess of J3M.OOO; academicprogram'
of more than 4
with distinction equal to that grants
and a total enrollment -
.$1,480,000
of his white comrade In arms.
of better than 3,800 stu-
The Negro serviceman: like all

servicemen has been a'Cfedif, .1 dentiy .Q III.. .

to our country. He has been !,
courageous on the battlefield!, real Basket'Move 'Jl
)roflc1ent in a cross section of
technical skills. Like his white Is King's I

:ollesgue he understands what

the war is all about, he is loyal Latest Scheme"Operation
:o his country and supports its

policies; and Is carrying out his Breadbasket" will You Don't Have To Miss A Single Issuo Of The STAR
responsibilities with a sense of be the name of Dr. Marta
responsibility." Luther King's newest Inroad.

"The Negro serviceman has project for the state of Cal

been loyal and responsible to his ifornia. This beachhead will be

country. But the people of his launched within the next six

country have failed in their loyalty weeks and will start in the Los

and responsibility to him. Angeles and Sanfrisco Bay,,

The country which sent him to areas. .... ,
WASHINGTON D.C/ -The Theodore Roosevelt Distinguished w aea"e: IJlftI
,, / assistance 1'
hazardous duty aboard refusesto Dr. King wants ;
.
permit him to live in the midst Service Medal has been conferred upon Roy Wilkins from local clergymen. Breadbasket ;' r. rt J 441. .n .. "W :
of the white civilian community, Executive Director of the NAACP. Presentation of the award is the clergyman's answer ,,1,1 .; ', '.r.' i'.''. ,. .
was made In connection with the ceremony dedicating the '
when be returns. to Black Power.The leader I
j.
"Our original voluntary Theodore Roosevelt Memorial. outlined his plans before 1t 1heSTAR
program
I More Of The
News
service is Carrying
to correct off-base housing The NAACP leader was cited for "distinguished. Also the 1,700 USC students at Los An- ;.... ".. I ,
discrimination floundered in the advancement of social Justice.. receiving geles.
award at this ceremony were Dr. Arthur Kantrowltz, the .
Operation Breadbasket is Intended -
distinguished physicist and Dr. William B. Walsh, who was to get more Jobs, increase YOU Want To Read AbcuL.Bof
cited for "distinguished public service by a private citizen. "
)
Negro Income and expand "
Few Negroes ." the Negro economy. Chic. I' ,

Wilkins Is ago supported ministers the enthusiastically Gary) ;. .1 You don't have to borrow your neighbor's paper
Are Reds National Guardsmen move. ,
Cleveland, Milwauke have also t I:,. to read about the activities in your, churches,

NAACP LeaderThe Activated During Not In Accord endorsed Breadbasket. clubs and sewing circles etc. More than 10,000
their favorite
w. homes in Jacksonville alone are having

Georgia State Sonference Mild DenostrationCRAMBLING With Carmichael HAACP' Carrent Negro newspaper delivered Friday and Sat

it the NAACP is asking for La-The governor CLEVELAND: Roy Wilkins in \\r urday. Why not you? ,I'
Na-
more Negroes on the state guard of Louisiana activated Cleveland for the NAACP said Recent Blasts
and bas completed plans for a tional Guardsmen last Friday that Carmichael should not tell

campaign thereto. This decision alter about 1,500 Grambllng the Arab Republic that Negroes HewsmcR'j ; .1 .
Hits "
was made during the national College students staged what is to fight; with the Arabs. .f' .. f'
want :
workshops held inBrunswrlck termed a rue demonstration, does not speak for ale,' NEW YORK William Worthy, t'i" 1 :21 "T\: A t..:. : :... .
o
The stepup in employment against a football team. and I am not (olng to help Baltimore Afro American ." l.tc: ; : A:.; C ,
in the guard was a focal Governor John J. McKeithen Arabs," said< the Executive Secretary newsman and author of a report *'r;..*.,<.- ,. .., a.. .. .. ,. "".
point of all their meetings.The kept the 500.troops on) duty of the National Associa on Black Power said last
NAACP also announcedits through Monday when his office tlon For The Advancement of week that the current wave of
decision tofight for integration was notified by college officials: Colored People. Negro draft refusals is the same jSlart Home Delivery Of The STAR This Coning i ., Week '\
.
!
demonstration '
In federally supported that the two-day-old Wilkins further suggested that wave that might lead to an eventual 'r .'1 (
.
containedby "
agricultural programs inGeorSpecialist could not be the N.groproblempartlcularl" draft riot, perhaps a military 'L. :1 ':.I' "
cia. local police. The demonstrators In the area of apprenticeships mutiny.

never became vile Worthy further states: "Be- 0
enough for the troopers to move cause whites.see Black Power ,I
,. onto the campus. detached from its International ." ., ':
Black America
The student's demonstrationseem context tend to view the \ ( ; '
'
they
.J. \$ < **> >.I"*- -' & j i '" ..
to have started from what Incidence of Negro draft refusal ; ", Just Pill in'"The Blank BelowAndfsay.1.V'wV; ; ?./ i
I they called< "over emphasis on Movie ReadiedTheatergoers as merely political draft '; ; ', *'% *"# -. (!* > ; ; i
athletics and a lack: of academic evasion., But Negroes tend to -n. ,
excellence." As a result angry feel that there is a more significant '. I

students mobbed the end soon motives behind the refusal Florida Star :""', i ip.o

during last Saturday's home to serve, namely Identl-
coming football game with American Documentary Films flcation with the enemy. Box 599Jacksonville
Texas Southern University and announced the production of The National Liberation Front! Florida 32201 '

said the Guard activation was their new film, Revolution in of South Vietnam Is receiving!. '

I "a waste taxpayers'money." Black American, written by some support,, according to the Deliver The. Florida Star, every week to; ,
While the Grambllng Tigers Larry NeaL This will be the -.s..c:1; : .f overcame a 14-polnt first quar' first time any organization writer.Core

ter deficit to continue Its winning has viewed ghetto problems Plans M.. I. ... "
large crowds through ghetto Several ;uc x i I. -. oj I "r '. -
I way 20-14 eyes. Site NAME
of students camped out In the films on urban unrest ba"been New Office ..

.- ( rod goads during the game, ate made but aeverpresentedfromthe NEW YORK-Tloyd'. McKis- I '' .. !... ,,, -y. ,. .
pr'SAN:aaunstiT ANTOWO-JUrman: : ur- Hade lunches and despite the protest, point of view of the people sick, National Director of the r ADDRESS '_ '" -APT-

Robinson whose parents reside cheered wildly. most concerned. Congress of Racial Equality ..,,' ." ;j.:! ,. \1\. ..- .. "
at Ma E. Z50 St, Jacksonville Student body president Willie Revolution in Black America (CORE), bas announced that J'' ';', .CITY" -HONEL' -

Fla., has completed basic Sanders, at the predominantly win be written photographed CORE has began a search for .. "4--. r.,..\I'" ... "
training at Uekland AFB Tex.: Negro college who announced by Black People.A a suttafete office building Bar- ; '. ) -

Be has been awicaed to the Air a boycott of classes early feature length semi-doe-., Inn for purchase.McHwIrk I .in. pay thejc'Arrie 4 lS. cents neck tor "
per paperSltlllI
my
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Force Taifctfiel "mining,. Cuter -midaifttt nonentity, production Is m production pointed out that,! ,
,
iueedafterdeaeed reports lift footage take II 15 to,. ;I o f. I.
si OUtiMtt Art, m.. for as a aatloaaiorgantsatloawblch .
UMMr. of osssMe Sfttaiors on csmow.Eenars Newark aid MaiMtae; MpsilllUreeorelM to grewteg both In else and in-. ,,1 l .

ertIJ 1iEn: .. .."..,.. .., eo '....IICI "- .I tiff lM0Nl96 jMMFy licence, it has become _81-- ,,?r. ,"\ ,
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Smooth Digestion FollowsSBrroeadinfls fiustlne La mar fashion pattern

I By MATTE SMITH COLIN
Plalsalt INTERNATIONAL
NEGRO PRESS
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i You may have heard someone lift in pmki, orange and purplri '' Louie Estevei beams fur designs! to the young who wanthigh
F exclaim "That rotor make me lick" ready to enliven a dull comer anceerlau is ) He trans It on in color,
fas dotlf! the price right
M You probalily thought thry were MirTil area with the neiyto "
draniationg a point, but piycholoRIIIi lyjiiia) of inir" nrinhlior to..thej, psychedelic, mink-splashing eandejr-brlgnt, mink-flashing
.....
r Y uy that ;prnons ran have ar> HHIlll < : 0 and stripes, mink-hitting It high with clinging shapes.
w teal physical ivartioni to color w.II.\.l'rillll. lend 11 throe vVarlur 'Iit,! One of Louis's mink eoatdresses is supersonic blue, striped
flu lame principle holds true foi II'"'''' eiMii lly li> kilt. hen and with the white mink be uses to yoke a sleeveless ranck mink
the home I'n\llronml'nl. Vibrant rot) dress)
.
In'at y n" areas of the home Ihry
i on combined, with certain acres- an iiaiii|>rxNif and wruMialile. A young girl's mink at Tailored Woman, blocked and trench
aria and furnishings ran cause per- that gnaw and 'tutu.ke acrurnuGBann ,; style, In only 665.
tonality' disturbances. iiHiie off handily. They ran lie* ersl The fur that is "THREE IN ONE"_t low belted coat dps off
Some people .become cranky, hung l"y 4lie mirage Immemaker its sklrt..the skirt tips on toa ribbed silk bouse, the final combo -
nirvoui or I'v..nliull'nl when ex- with relative rune IN'r.,1I'l they arepnpailtd is edressandjactetcosttmaecomelnblukbroadtallprocessed -
i ,, | |NMrd In particular! environm..ntlwl'r and the' Material hat Sam
black
t very lamb Has two blows, one white and one --
if
a pcriud ( time
high liar niiMmne The pane hat
Thus I F N Raphael and Son. .
the \
J pn'|aratrroundingnIc.rtnur -
the (
tern( applied| | at I."ory u thai
ijinir, iiiiM| >rtant for the HIMIIC only a :'ill Mioml """"lI'ni..n of thenur1111 a 1
1r I I, food rrnli' and dining arrai Tanlr-. in wmir. ii iniiuary, for hangiliK *'f h eeee eteeeCC
fast iiirroimdinKi enhance naval rn.I Sf. ("' i)
I| jllYIIII'1, acid inhibit indiwmonWbili For Fall and Winter garments, hardware is the thing! Clothes
I 1'1"I w alMi" are mrippaUc,
pnlx'n|
sonir Orientate. ron.id"1h'h wmii..thiiift, IHW ill wallimrringiI are firmly gripped In clamps,grlppers,and chains...
IIIIIK a r"'lIplill'nl to the r..ok. 5 rF Y concealed..the trend is ring
longer new huge
'Thin I linn mi'HIII Ihry tan lie retumid Zippers are no
'" h demonanliant usually. indicate. taiily, wlnili nilioni at a ly handles or glitter tips on tipper closings, and in contrasting
I"tar .rapid, a bad! intake .{ ulp..dm'al. | time. when nili,.rnlitiK ii desired Jj. S colorsl! Zippers are also longer, run down backs and armsa-
I Ita..ri. limy disturbsnrrn.hilt Innlil I al|.> lu |1..dillnI'II 'I'hi.I ii a act| ml anus fur aianiuenlilwillir | /( 1IF \ 'cross pocket closings, dlagnoally from neck to been or upside
Jel win fun' have lo leave down]
e
pbaiHiil' MirroiiiidiiiK retake
the pniniMi, 'u ill tin aunty conditionan Includes raincoat clasps outsized ,
hardware snaps
Other
the diner want to IIIIKI, lo rat' more ,
e lowly. ion\<'r.' and ran.fully i haw liny fiiinid that {! Ir buckles, belts, chair shoulder straps and galosh clamps I
boat HUM HulliiiMmiKi are budget
'd Hiiil iil.Ible m. miMl wall.
1 hi L'niii Wallpaler| | Company: prui eeeeeeeeeeee
nf (: aclviMi i'o\i'ring di'all ri. trt1t
JuiaKo that nilfiil soft % a' r a
iJTI: talon in walliovtritiKl Iw! used in llalr-do Gift Winter Jewelry by Grlpolx are a metalmb Gautier matches
Furred Coat kill Inn and diniiiK arra in l rKitilixw the Far
.. ftIraua belt buckles to earrings; Jeanne Peral Inspired by
Ii : while bright jerky( |iatiirnilimy Builds Morale y iJ; r East, all like enamels...Gripors metalmlx "Diamond"flower
In iind In | ) | | the toflilm rIrr1
,.r .llii-1_"i'lt'l.lr' l highlight lo ilHlilnh' oni Tho uncciut pampering of a profcsiiionul brooch, for Givency, has petals edged with red enamel band,
Warm Companion wall dnnimlMallyOiir hair styling and ihampocit w" r green enamel leaves; a dark green"tweed"booth,striped with
\ ,ir..,I wli, ,h i.easy 'obtain. welcome Christmas treat for enamel, stone-set, with dull silver chain and gold motifs is
home
j hospital patients nursing
wild wall,mi ring'and w lui h i.err. ,lesidtntH and other ahut.ina.Intel'exted by Peral....
.
When cool winds blow and Coils and suits, versatile warm lain lit ...IH'IIIIII| inml fatiiiliil, riMI volunteer groups can
you're on the jo: what heller and chic arc the answer. This | mlly., Ibinr lining in colder, rlisour help by roouitlnjr willing beauticians eetetlteeeeePuts
in the iMilil'Kin
friend than of the 'hold charmer Is an example. In dia to l ,bring! in- to "gift" such women with
new tweeds ThC that: are fur-: mo nd.patterned mil au ihrKni-nirvaml' ( arul UIKMIIIan hall-do',then furnish needed supplies ) forecasts wide handbags, small rectangular bags, bit
1.. rimmed arc great favorites. tweed it Is collared make life rhrrrful. the year and perhaps assist with the ti/ .r pouches, boxes with rigid bandies, sturdy bags in tweed tt
,unc they arc flattering/ as well and cuffed with soft .""lnd., shampooing.. match day clothes..the suits and capes. Shaved fur, shorter
arm. raccoon may be I A Iropiral or Mrdilrrranran lyMalmmplirrr | > No. R.240 straps, big buckles, lots of brown, black and bronte.
tonal Board of the Coat and worn sashed or not. iiramly acquired| ,tilhihr Suet 12.11 A wide satchel in brown, rust and white tweed with brown calf
Industry says that fashion Camel or green. iiiiulluiKin' nf nu h a pattern atHunilxio Organdy curtains which have edging and hanle. by Plpart at PlccL.
Iron the Varlar tolhetiumby
ctton I is the thing today. Sizes 816. About I sawn! treated for permanent crisp Patent box in born w with rigid gold hassles anchored with tortoise -
$75. Available l Unilrd Tlir mm-Mrrakrd bam | 'I'IIIIEI' |>Hif <>|xn I land julut suit Nxnts| u x1cc\clcMl' fitted
hions must he keyed to at nnm can be laundered and rehung pearls, for Givenchy by Rene Lemarchand.
IMHI wall! i I. rnlvMnrd with with. .
fly activities because women major stores every. junglrvines :in no time-as sassy and fresh a. xi si KIM lit high-rs! < nl'! line. Jill Lit collar In wide 111111IIlth'
,. ...Tj America are more career.' where. on ntlicr a white or naturalImi t ever, without benefit of starch. rolled, jetkrt f luudim' i is V out to slum off braid or matching eefeeeee
minded than ever bcrore. klln"1I1. rllbrll'i! trim IV wiHilms, honey Mil, faille,
Viva troth the unir olliTlmn, isSt i like $J. -. 1 H-210{ is muilahle hi alien 12, II,' 10. 18 Size
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t, II Dust 31 Waist' 2(. 3ft.
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hints e sTArr iCOTj ... Horrorsl you think, fancy recipes are hard to mats That
ASSISTANT Just isn't so in this day and age As the old saying goes,
"There are a lot of tricks to the trade." Well, so be it
IY fhtate with recipes Here's a recipe for Beef Stroganoff It takesa -
U CARNATION HOME SMVICt DIRECTOR ri' little doing but not too much, mind you Instant Santa Co(-,

< fee, a familiar beverage favorite, is perhaps the little "Trick**
Serve Turkey Lorraine for holiday buffets.! It is a :: s to this recipe. The good coffee flavor sings out and adds Just
perfect way to use leftover turkey. You will like !. (; :; that special touch. Friends are sure to ask for the recipe,

the way Carnation Evaporated Milk blends) the ... '. ':;' Y;' ,. that Is, after you have convinced them that you really did make
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through baking.. Keep cans of Carnation handy. J, .. '" 'Mrs I.,. This very weU- lavored beef, mushroom, and sour cream
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2 cups diced cooked turkey $4 CUPS undllutedlamatlon Combine flour and 1 teaspoon salt. Pound fleur mixture in
9-hch unbaked pastry shell/ Evaporated Milk ft.rl to steak; then cut steak into 2zl/4zl/4 inch strips. Brown
4 slices (6-ounce package) 4*well-beaten S+t7 "" a, in 1/4 cup butter in heavy skillet. Then place meat in a 2-.
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mozzarelle cheese quart saucepan, '
1 tablespoon flour V4 cup minced onion Melt remaining 1/4 cup butter in the skillet, add onions, and
W to /J teaspoon salt Vt cup minced green pepper ,-... ,: Krone lightly. Add mushrooms! cook until lightly browned
Vi minced/
% teaspoon cayenne pepper cup celery Meanwhile, add Instant coffee, 1/2 cup water, wine, and I
Place mushrooms teaspoon salt to the meat; cover and simmer 30 minutes. Stir1
cheese slices In turkey In bottom of pastry nhell. Cut or until the meat is very tender. If desired, add salt to taste:
half
diagonally. Place cheese slier on top : Just before serving gradually add sour creaman4heat gently

of the mushrooms and turkey. Combine flour, salt, cayenne .......... .,- -, ---- .. _. ...... do not boll Serve over rice Makes about 5 cups Stroganoff.
paprika .
poultry aonwmlnR. Gradually arid undiluted -- .W 'MI *&T* mixture, or 6 servings.
Carnation Evaporated/ Milk. Add beaten eggs to milk mix A famous restaurant-type dish to serve to guests at born is variety) this delightful entree will rate olives of applaise from
ture and blend well. Stir In onion, green pepper and celery. Beef Stroganoff This well-flavored beef, mushrooms and sour family and friends alike RELEASED BY GENERAL FOODS
Pour mixture Into pastry shell. Bake In hot oven (400'F.) cream mixture has Instant Santa Coffee added to give a distinctive KITCHENS: GENERAL FOODS PRODUCT USED Instant Santa HINTSTo mixture
.33 to 40 minutes or until knife Inserted 1 Inch from edict flavor. Served over hot rice (packeaged precooked Coffee. 'Courtesu of Instant Santa Coffee' : frees Stroganoff: Up to a month before serving,
may be prepared as directed except do not add sour cream.
comes out clenn. Allow to stand 5 minutes before
serving
Cool quickly and freeu. Thaw overnight in refriderator. Reheat
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evaporated milk
Nests ,: ttaipoon butter I 'i teaspoon salt
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bread crumbs 1 pound ground chuck firmabout 1-1/2 hours Then with a heavy, sharp knife, cut
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: from shell; reserve idielK Mush squash until soft and. mix a lillle magic to transform family fare Into I fancy feast with : -'
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Bashing Power Agalast EWCBy a' M : ; : S.YIe&T :": -: American'field Goal Football Boofers League 5,000-Yird Risbor IB Tie AFt

Feltan Williams teams are finding it more difficult Clem Daniels of the Oakland Raiders win look back at
Sports EditorA this year to make field October 29 'when the season ends, think about it for some time,
: than In 1966. and then classify It.
goals
chilly 8, 500 fans aw Bethune-Cookman College Wildcats At the halfway point of the It Just may.have been the third perfect game of his career
d EWC behind the
humiliate the Golden Tigers superb,
I season, with 32 of the 63 games And that, to Daniels, would
running of fullback Anthony Crisby and the passing of quarter
backs Clevis Wright and sub George King, to the tune olCilsby on the regular season schedule 'mean more than the fact be "and I doubt if there are many
".11I. I already pla'edAFLteam.hav has become the first ground pro backs who can say th.,'"
attempted 131 field goals and gainer In American Football had many perfect days. I've
a 205-pounder, of Dei;i As the second half got underway maed 61 tort .466 percentage. League history to reach the had two in my career where I
"Ray Beach, rushed for a total I Phillips scored the first I Last year, 143 of 271 field goal 5,000-yard mark felt I had a complete game In
of 124 yards, scored one touchdown B-CC tally on 118 tard run. made for a .528
attempts were "I haven't had," says Daniels, which I did everything right
Carlton Bethel caught a pass
and set up three more.Wrlght
percentage One
from was a 32-17 loss to Houston
.: contributed to the onslaught covering 39-yards The accompanying table oddly
another Juan Jackson WBA 10th Ranked In 1962 and the other was
Jimmy
: by tossing three touchdown shows that the place kickers
a game In 1964. You know, I
for another six points. '
passes, Including tosses are having more difficulty connecting -
don't even remember who that
:0151 and 53 yards.Jacksonville's Alfred. Haywood The game lone for bright Coach spot Fermon duringthe Inside the 20( than they Walter Signs To Meet was against
are on attempts from the 20 "1 because
Martin's came in the forget perfect
scored a pair of touchdown Including Tigers I
to the 29-yard line.
the final tally kicked a early stages of the third period Individually, Jim Turner of Stanley Hayward games don't come often. How
:. when defensive standout Walter often can a guy go out and
field goal for the
45-yard the New York Jets Is the leader -
know he's had 100
.'Visitors: booted five PATs and Simmons blocked a punt that with a .571 mark Mike NEW ORLEANS-Percy Pugn a per cent
two-point conversion. accounted for six points for 10th-ranked by the World BoxIng game? In those games everything *
ran a
Mercer, now with the Buffalo .
third time In Association and I attempted to do I did.
... Coach Jack McCUlren's as many games. manager
'Bills was the leader in 1966
eleven built a tremendouslead The only difference was Simmons was Brother Kron made an effort to My running was good, my pass
by,Intermission up ,37-0.This picking up the loos football .> .11'iA -' O -- with a .700 percentage, and get a title match 'with Curtis catching was good, my blockIng -
points out that field goal kicking -
domineering score was contri- and running ZZ yards for Cokes but, couldn't get was good. I felt good even
Is to three main
buted too, by two touchdown the tally. The PAT attempt was subject tpproval, signed to meet the when I ran a long pattern and
make it
areas that anything
r didn't have the ball thrown
no good only man to ever stop Cokes. tome
thrown by King.One wasa
passes I but automatic. Here's the
Bethune's defense" held EWCto way Stanley "Kitten" Hayward of because I ran the pattern
24 yarder to Daniel Cooperand Mercer breaks It down: .
minus 46 yards rusnlng anda Philadelphia conquered CokesIn '
the other was to Daniels' "The first area is the. assumptions well.
passing catching twin, Samuel mere 32 yards passing.Meanwhile \ that have to 1964, and will be Pugh's With all that to consider,
that covered four yards. their offense rolled up r .. make. One is that you your line opponent on Monday, November Daniels' day against San Diego
34 first downs on 350 yards .13, at the Municipal Auditor.
Also scoring touchdowns in the will block. Two, Is the center last Sunday will have to awaitaftertheseasOll
first halt were Anthony Cris rushing and 166 yards throughthe will get off a good snap. lum. classification.

,by, Allen Wilson and Stanley air.CONTINUED. And three !Is the colder 'will .
Phillips. ON PAGE 12 .'161 place the ball down 'with the But what be did Is already

laces facing toward the goal entered Into the book. With

+*+*+*00+**+<*0++*+++<<**>+>t+*+il0>+++*+l posts. the Raiders one-half game behind
"The second thing Is the kic San Diego In the Western .'
w r. + M ker's responsibilities forget Division race, the 29-year-old
about 'what the kick may running back rushed for M
NOW OPEN / decide as far as the game's yards in 16 attempts and grabbed

) I concerned and to concentrate four passes for 101 yards,
on head scoring once on the ground and
you steps, your placement -
: once on a u the Raiders
and follow pass
your through.
/1400 Ranch I IftestHrmt "The third thing is the variable handed the Chargers their first
defeat of the season 51-10.
....' ea.o.a mr.a-.o--oar; -.---. ,_.. the stadia and 'wind conditions. The
I."GOOD GUY"HONORED-One o// the rising young baseball stars In the American League Some places you can play the rushing yardage gave
Daniels the No. 2 la the
,Paul Casanova, 26, of the Washington Senators, was recnetly honored at D.C Stadium as wind. Some places,like Buffale, spot
league statistics with 482
eri Motel [ .official Senator "Good Guy" by the Mid-Atlantic Dodge Advertising Association, representing where the wind swirls a lot, r for the season and yards hima
65 auto dealers-members in the Washington D.C. region Casanova, an All-Star you eliminate the thought of gave
'catcher, was presented with a symbolic Stetson 'white hat(,popularized In "Dodge Boys" the wind- nd Just kick for the And career Daniels total of has 5,008.reached the
advertising throughout the United States. in the middle of the uprights."
Assisting
public ceremony were Joanne ,. ,, 5.000-yard()()() mark desnlte the
5410 New Kings Rd. Hamilton, left, and Nancy Bailey both of Washington, D.C. (NPI PHOTO) things So those the kickers art some In the of chart the STANLEY" e -- -
\ Offensive Balance Experts Overlook below have to consider 'when Cokes conqueror versatile backs in the AFL,
Powers
Aggies Add they attempt one those "auto Pugh's' he often Is used on pass pat.
record Is now 26-12
Alcorn Boast Griders American 500 Winner matic" field goals. terns.
with 12 of the victories
comingIn "
40 Apartments And Rooms It it helps the team for me
IAR.MAN, Miss.-(NPI) -JU- DAYTONA BEACH, Fla.- .To 'Cage Slate 15 bouts as a headliner. He to do both I'm satisfied," says
corn College's Braves have With 'winner, Bobby Allison, GREENSBORO N.C. With Kansas City's Tyrer has neyr.r been stopped since Daniels. "I like receiving. ICs

scored 27 touchdowns this season overlooked In its predictions of prospects of having one of Its becoming a malneventer. He I challenge to get Into the
In four games. Fifteen of the outcome of the American best basketball teams ever, Explains Grid ViewsJim will either get his seventh secondary and beat somebody.
Beer And Wine these have been by rushing, 500 at Rocklngnam, the Pure AAT has announced the scheduling straight 'win against Haywardor "But, some people don't give
nine passing, one kickoff return Oil Racing Panel of Expert of games 'with Kentucky Tyrer, the Kansas City the "Kitten" could prove recognition to a back who catches
one put and one Inter had to use second place finisher Wesleyan and Akron Universityboth Chiefs' offensive tackle, stands the cat crosses Percy's path passes. But he can be Just
ception. David Pearson, to determinethe national smallcollegepowers. 6-feet-6 and 'welds!- 290 pounds. and ends It alL as valuable. People will a
say
Steak, Chicken, Chops, Seafood The Braves' offensive- scorIng winner of the nationwidepoll. .. And that1 quite bit of anony ,Hayward, who was once a good guy gained only 700 yards. But
I power has been a well Athletic director Dr. William unity prospect for the 'welter crown they're! only looking at rushing.
balanced one. No less than five Five Panelists poked Pearsor Bell, Sr., said the Aggies 'will "1t'. synonoroous with my of Emlle Griffith, 'would definitely They said I had a bad start
Bar-B- Que players have scored three or to take It all, and Russ DeVault play Kentucky Wesleyan In polstlon," Tyrer admits. "The like to regain his former list year with only 300 yards

more touchdowns. of the Bristol (Va.) Herald- Owensboro, Ky., on February offensive tackle is forgottenmore eminence by putting little rushing in the first five games.

Ribs This clearly shows that the Courier was the closest 'will 22 and the Akron Zips in Akron, .than anybody on the! team. cat nap on Pugh.Conversely Heck, I also had 400 yards In
Braves have striking power his estimate of the true winning Ohio on February 24. The only"time we stand out is if Percy can put passes. "
from many of their fine running speed. DeYault predicted'that Kentucky Wesleyan was 25-4 'when we mate' a boo too the Kitten to sleep first then, "You have to look at both
ChickenReservations backs. But the people mainly the race would be 'won at ,last season and won third placeat There's not much glory in it, he 'will be 'worthy of strong sides;

responsible for this fine offensive a speed of 08.250 miles per the NCAA college division and I realized this a long timeago1 consideration for a title bout Lets. In the last five seasons,

Call 7659271 showing is the offensive hour and Allison 'won It at finals at Evansville, Ind. Tour 'with. Cokes. Daniels has never failed to
: j line spearheaded by co-captain 98.420 m.p.h. nament 'winner WinstonSalemState If s also been reused for quite It appears that now Is as good gain at least 1,000 yards, combining -
Willie Banks and Kenneth Tillage Second place in the Pure Oil beat Kentucky Wesleyan some time that Tyrer Is among a time as any for the always' both rushing and pass

plus "Big" Willie Young. poll was taken by Gil Gilli- 82-73 in the semi-finals. the best at his polstlon in the 'wey-condltioned Pugh to make receiving. He hit his high in
van of the Creenv1Ue ( .C..) American Football League and his bid for title honors.
A4T dropped a 91.75 decisionto 1963 when he rushed for
It***********************.* Piedmont with Pearson at 101. Akron In Greensboro last is one of the key players the Hayward is ranked sixth by yards and gained receiving.1,099

4 400 m.p.h. In. third spot was season. The Aggies, winner of New York Jets bad to contend the WBA as Junior-middle Since then.his production over-
# Phil Holmer of the Orlando the CIAA Tournament last 'with last Sunday'Whenth.leams weight of the 'world. He carriesa all has been, 1,5201,452 and

i: W'uf1ttsh ttarc tifettorsr # (Fla.) Star who liked Pearsonat March, open their conference met at Kansas City In one of respectful U.3-I1J.fetlme- 1,453.
II 103.874 m.p.h. season at Fayetteville State on ,four games on the program. cord and is managed by the And two perfect games
Fourth and final place 'went December 6. The Aggies will In the other, Oakland playedat former lightheavy and heavy- While Daniels moved into the

it f to Evan Bussey of the Charles- meet High Point College, on Denver, Houston was at Boston wight contender Dan Bucceronl No. 2 spot in rushing, Boston'sJim
tonQS.C.( ) News and Courier and December 11 and again take part and Miami at Buffalo. of Philadelphia.In Nance remained first with .
4. -APPARkL FOR f,7JA'7'LINEN/ # his selection of Pearson at in the Gate City Classic here Tyrer, while aware of his his only two starts this year, 714 Len Dawson of Kansas

t 1013 N Third Street Phone 246.5131 tlft } 106.104 m.p.h. December 1213.Ticktock..ticktock. anonymity nows the key role he stopped ranked welter Peter City remained the passing lead
he and the other members of Toro in nine and halted hard-
Beach FloridaPREFALl er but Lance Alworth
/Jacksonville of San
the offensive line play in open-' punching Fate Davis in 10. He Diego took
1 I log the holes for the Chiefs'runners ,has 'won 12 by the knock-out la receiving.over the top spot

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I i ... terback Len Dawson. 1
$ "When the Chiefs have spotty | SPORTS PARADE
J games the offensive line Is not
t it SUITS HA TAILORED SPORT COATS SPORT b DRESS the Bourbon that doing It. Job," Tyrer points

SALE SHIRTS out. "I feel a pro team's attack NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL
p .. PetrotelllHtmmonlon S.ro revolves around the If CHALLENGING IN68PinLADELPHLMNPlMUrdhlttIng
I'I'It didrft pass. .
watch] the clock!
I Park
I! DcRotilAfttr HAND TAILORED SLACKS EnroCone we're passing, we run better. Joe Frauer, the: former .
PaollMerrill As long u the pus blocking 1964 Olympic champion who is unbeaten u a pro, plans
t l4: a Terra SI'f fLord lId. D'Ro'DAi Sharp LtdPrlnflt .. 1'11' .Is good, you have no problems.So to challenge for the' world heavyweight title in 1967, it was
: ..vrU u the line goes, so goes learned last 'week. The announcement
# It le lolls came before Frazler
.
London Fnhloni M,nh.tl.n the "
team.
stopped Tony Doyle of Salt Lake
City Utah,In the second round
: It Oak CoVbm .. Barry nf Scotland i (010 The line has gone so well of a scheduled 10-round bout to rack up his 18th victory 16
1 DaVincI a Tailors Bench Crelfhton that Len Dawson Is rated the by knockouts. ,

;: No. 1 quarterback in the AFL
J it 800 TROPICAL WT.SPORT COATS 900 HAND TAILORED SUITS 'ij) CHARTER statistics and the Chiefs' rushing PAYS $115,000

it : attack is tops in that department CINCINNATMNPi Cincinnati Royals of the National
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MICj ALE > '
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From eta Arturiei'i f intjt Mmes 'In mess I Basketball Association last week
foiled
it Ktnwrky's Finest Bourbon any likely attempted of
: 48.50 SPORT COAT .14.50 sots Conventional and Trtdlflornl ifyl-' 'And that's how Tyrer gets the rival American Basketball Association to lure
it ,... In-v.I.tv tab,lea. Sloes from 36 Ihort .I away their .'
his satisfaction. big star Oscar
_. oft.59,50 SPORT COAT 7.SO to 52 .. ,. Ioof Robertson, for at least three years. The Royals
s "My glory comes when we're signed the famed "Big 0" to
_: 65.00 SPORT COAT 42.50 a three-year contract calling
J '75.00 SPORT COAT .49.50 -Atc Pa'CI' SAL-.!...Pa.! ahead on the Scoreboard and for $115,000 a year. Robertson was second In scoring and
oft \t- when the backs have assists in the NBA
.., oft 85.00 SPORT COAT ... .59.50 75.00 SUITS . 52.50, game statistically. It kind a good of last season. ..

95.00 SPORT COAT 69.50 79.50 SUITS ... . 54.50 bugs me that linemen don't get HECLING COSTLY
.
:. i 110.00 SPORT COAT 79.50 9.5.00 SUITS . 62.50 i -7 credit when we win But I love NEW YORK.<(NP1)-The New York State Athletic commission
: that. tackle spot last wtehla
: 11000 SUITS !.. 76.50 "About the ledaSOOfinundreprlmandaplnst C1l Clanc.y, .
time of
2500 FINE OUALITY SLACKS you think you manager recently re-crowned middleweight champion Emlle
120.00 SUITS 79.50 41J. years know everything about the Griffith. The charge was conduct detrimental to
I for
.:. Y:, .. Ate.:.PHICI jALI..PR,!Id 125.00 SUITS ,. r 84.50 old position, you learn something allegedly boisterously shouting Instructions te Griffith boxing and

,t : 1 .I', '.1695; SLACKS . .. 11.95 135.00 SUITS . 86.50 else.As "for his status as a five- quest harassing of Italy's Referee. Nino Tom Walsh during Emlle's Sept. 29 con

I .w: 'jf 1995 SLACKS r. H.95 150.00 SUITS . 110.00 .. __ _- time All-AFL selection, It's the middleweight title BenvenuU.be had lost In the a bout few,months Griffith regained

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:': {F 40.00 SLACKS ..19.55. FOR TILE IJFf OF THE SUIT. any given Sunday the defensive wight boxing champion Muhammad All (Clay) Increased last ,
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to
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Unilas Passes s13.10'N1t I I Defensive Specialist Ten. State Dewis Seitkera ,


Triumph I Recovers From Injury University By A 27-le Mirfta, '

AA1'lMORE. Md. -GreenBayi C JI'p I
S TA1..LAHAEE-Tbe Rattler BATON ROUGE, La.-Wayne Reese's running and Eldridge
and defensive
secondary:
line kept the 1 1I i fefensfl got a shot in the arm Dickeys passing pushed Tennessee State University even
Incomparable
I r last reek when the news that (S-S) on the season as the Tigers bumbled Southern University -
Johnny Unites bottled and
up defensive safety and co-cap 27-16 before 13,500 Bayou sins
held to little :
very passing yard-
tee for about minutes of the tain Eddie Cooper was ready With a 13-13 tie at Intermission quarter. Willie Johnson bit
to go at full speed in Greensboro Harold Carmichael with a 50-
game played on last Sunday, Tiger split end John
but, the Colts' quarterback not ebi t 5t N.C. Nov 4. Iloblnson, who is still nursing yard aerial and found Mm again
M Cooper injured In the
to bI denied, passed for two : 6. Rattler-Tennessee was State an injured knee, caught a five- with a two-yard scoring pass.
touchdowns In the closing stages game yard scoring TD from Dickey Samples toed the one-point
of the game. after leaping high and blocking in the third period to put margin with 8.17: left In the
a touchown and
Striking from out of the blue, possible pass Tennessee out front for good. half.
the Colts shoved the home fans, twisting his ankle on the way Defensive back, Bill West intercepted Both! teams scored in the remaining .

numbering better than 60,000 L dovn. a Jaguar pass to set minutes. Tiger West
_%
190 senior
The
6'1"
why they are undefeated thus pound up the SOryard drive Roy picked off the first of his even
from Plant City keeps the defensive -
far this season The Packers, tleneese booted the extra point ing's Interceptions on South
prior to the uprising seemedto secondary alert and on that made the score 20-13 with ern's 36. Two plays later
the He likes to
be enjoying the almost cer- move provide 9.55 remaining in the third Reese squirted off tackle, anbdanced
tain sweet taste of victory witha leadership by way of example, frara. The big blues kept the 35 yards down the
but be'. hard to follow
man
10-0 lead after playing an old when it a comes to defensive game out of the Jaguars' reach sideline to paydlrt. Meneese
fashioned head knocking defen- for the rest of the evening. kicked.
sive game. tactics.He Southern rallied with a Southern drove 62 yards, aid
leads the team in interceptions
Unltis,. thrown three times pass fourth-quarter drive but had ed by a 38-yard pass Inter-
during th4 for with three so far to settle for Mark Samples' .terence call that moved the
total of
a
23 yards lost game, completed a 10- "Unltas (No. 19)) to Barry (No. 82}' has been and still 1s Ui.most ; over the period of eleven years they have worked together,' this season, but he also holds 33-yard field goal as State's ball down to Tennessee's 17,
yard pass to super-sub Alex devastating long-running passing tow-some In NFL because of the efficiency that exists between them In completing the lead for most passes Intercepted Claude Humphrey-led defenses for their score.

Hawkins for the first touch history This Duo has woo the respect from NFL Defenders play-action pass patterns. over the past three seasons bottled up the Jaguars' 61-yard

down. The extra point try was with 16. drive on the Tiger 15.

wide to the right Jots' Boozer More This Halfwiy! deep The three slowest despite man being among able the, another"I thought ball game we away had on given mistakes I Watch'

THIS N' THAT IN SPORTSOakland to run the 100 yard dash In
and penalties during the
To Two AFL Record This 'Seasoa 9.9 comes, Cooper to the has classroom.He the edge.when U first half," Coach John A. I This, Clown

Merritt chided after the
game
Emerson Boozer' feet never touch the ground, but the New became the fifth American Football League this has proven to be a scholar "But the kids were tough II 61- 10

York Jets' running back has scored enough touchdowns to year to set a home attendance record when 53,474 saw last as well as an athlete. Last when they had to be," be add-
threaten two American Football League! records while moving Sunday's game against San Diego and helped lift AFL atten- season be received an award eeL 45 41 56

Into position to become the first non-kicking scoring champion dance to another weekend record. during the Orange ,Blossom "I though Reese's runningwas "
in the eight-year history of the league. Oakland Joins Kansas City (46,365)), Buffalo ((45,758)), San Classic for having the highest especially good tonight," Mer- 1 'S
Diego ((45,355)) and Denver ((35,565) as record-setters this academic record on the squad.
ritt offered without I.' 3
Boozer has had a bad case of accomplished all that he has Because of his checkingthe .
outstanding
I bunions -and has made a good despite the bunions, which he year. game statistics to confirm :
The highest attendance last weekend was New York's crowd fenslve ability Cooper very 1 t
that his leading ground gainer
case for avoiding an operation refuses to have removed. .
of 62, 7M, the fourth time In as many games the Jets have seldom gets a chance to play
,-e.nd so he has solved thepro- "I have a bunion on the side had reached a mew single game
surpassed the 60,000 mark this year. With the huge turnoutsat offense unless it's a punting 41-50.11
feet with career high by picking up 109
blem of his aching a of each foot off the big toe,
Oakland and New York, the four-game weekend program situation and regualr punter '
shoes that the yards and two touchdowns In
of keep Boozer "That's
unique par explains.
of John Eason is He has 3434HSometimes
drew 190,320 and an average 47,580-both records. Injured. _
the bunions from touching anything portion of the foot which gives this U carrlea
punted once season and
I you most of your balance. I rasa he got the Rattlers out trouble Reese capped the Big Blues' He's t1p, ometfinea;
"I'm weartin g size Double E mean you balance yourself with a kick that traveled 55 longest TO drive of the sea He'. Down, He Adds,Subtracts;
shoes feet swim In them that of the foot son for his second TD. Dickey, .
-my mostly on part BENGAL TIGERS The new Cincinnati which will yards Hr workds all around.IS4B
Boozer explains. "Dut rYe got They hurt, but Pm afraid It I : franchlsei 10th who completed 14 of 25 puses
American Football In Scheduled to in December
begin play as the team graduate -
them lined with foam rubber had those bunions taken off I for two TDs and 108 yards,
1968 will take the field as the Cincinnati Bengals.And Cooper is considering !!
his team from their
and extra under-soles to brace would lose balance guided
my ; the colors they'll be wearing will be orange and black. offers from private indus-
On the kick off, Lou Michaels, my bunions so they never even Then he cites the case of Billy own 25 by hitting Robinson and COMING
and the U.S. Government
who had been the "goat" to touch the bottom of my shoes." Joe, now a Jet teammate. try Leo! Johnson with four first ATTRACTIONS
However his first choice wouldbe '
this point, came through witha With the shoes, which weigh "Billy Joe was Rookie of the sae down passes. Dickey ran for '-3J IS'
beautiful placed on-side !kick about four pounds each, the Year and then be had his bunions a professional football team another first down getting the 17)
and Rick Voltk recovered for S-foot-11,207 pound sophomorehas removed", Boozer says."After TEN 100s: Running backs trying to gain 100 yards In anyone pat could use a mathematics ball down to the one Reete
the determined Colts on the been able to crack Into the the operation he seemed to game this year In American Football League play have major who earns honors in the lunged to paydlrt for the game's MAN'S' DAYS'HUMIEIED

Green Bay M yard stripe. line without too much pain as topple over quicker. In my been running Into considerable difficulty classroom as veil u on the final score. Meneese booted

With a little more than two he did against Miami last Sun- opinion, it took him two years Mike Garrett of the Kansas City Chiefs did It last Sunday rldlron. the extra point to run a brand
minutes left In th.pmeUnitas'raB day In scoring two touchdownsin to get straightened because he against Denver when he gained 101 yards In 20 tries, but new extra point boot string to
for six yards on fourth a 33-14 victory. lost some of his balance when: that only pointed up the difficulty. Garrett's 100-yard plus three. "Man's Days are Numbered."
down'situation to keep tht winning toozer now has scored nine he had the bunions removed day was only the 10th this season In 32 games. Former Cage Star 'Attempting to punt, Mitchell Health and Fortune Can Be

drive alive, picking up a touchdowns rusMng and three on 'I don't want that to happen to Besides Garrett, who has accomplished the feat twice, Queen: got a bad snap and Yours When You Know Your

first down, to the 23 yard line the. end of passes. With eight me. I have good balance.Thats only four other players have put together 100-yard days. hobbled the ball that allowed ,Lucky Days.

of Green Day: games to gon the 14-game pro- vhy I can twist and turn like Jim Nance of Boston has three, Garrett, Dick Post of San Rejects Pro Offer tackle Claude Humphrey to recover lucky Colors
Diego and Hoyle of Houston two each and Abner the ball for Tennesseeon etc.
With first and 10-yards to go, gram, he already Is closing in I do." Granger Send $2.00 for
Unitas called a playaction on the record for most touch- And It's his twisting and turn Haynes of Miami one RALEIGH, N.C-James Fox, the Jaguar 47 to set up the Horoscope Guide your for

pass hitting Willie Rlchardsbn downs in one season, 19 by ing that's a large part of the a 1963 Shaw University gradu- game's first score.
wpo'took,.th,-mil ,way from Abner haynee; of the then Dallas reason for his success at crossIng -' earn ate, whose amazing record asa From the 47 Dickey hit Joe
defensive,corner-man HirbAaJ Texans In 1962, and the record opposing goal lines': I member of the Bears'basket Cooper with a seven-yard flip NOVEMBER ..
derly under the goal posts and for most touchdowns rustling in "He's tough to bring down," HIGH BALL: Hewritt Dixon or the Oakland Raiders has an ball team for four years was per capping the nine-play drive. Fill-in! blank
went ,In for the winning touchdown one season, 13 by both Haynesand says Coach Weeb Ewbank, adding unusual way of holding the, ball when he's running in the broken only this year by Nor- Meneese pinned the boot with the below and
Cookie Gllchrist then with : "He's a whirling, twirl- clear-Ugh and away from his body. man Joyner, last week turned 6.39: showing on the first period nail to ZODIAC, Post Office
The Colts' record now standsat Buffalo in 1962. lob twisting guy who's very And, according to Dixon, If s Intentional. down a lucrative! pro offer with clock. Box ,1171 Jacksonville, Fla..
7-0-1 for the year, and wasa In addition the touchdowns have muscular and remember he "The reason I hold It away from me when I'm In the open," the New Jersey Americans of Countering the Tiger score,
very big win for Coach scan given Boozer the scoring lead Isn't very tall and there Isn'ta explains the Raider fullback, "is I figure a tackler Is going the nevly-formed American James Fair recovered Dickey .NAME ._
Shula and the Colts after losing with 72 points and an opportunity heck of a lot for a tackler to to look at the ball with the thought of stealing it. It he takes Basket ball Association "to fumble and the Jaguars drove STREET _
five consecutive games to to become the AFI/s first shoot at." his eye off me, even for a split second, I can maneuver continue my work as a guidance 53 yards In three plays to go DATE, OF BIRTH .

the Green Bay Pickers.Houston non-kicking scoring champion.The But there's plenty for Boozerto away,from him or break off the tackle. counselor with the Washington ahead briefly in the second I Mo. Day
only previous scoring shoot for. "It's worked many times." D.C. public schools." ------

Oilers champions, Boston's GinoCappellettl The only changes among the Fox vas scouted for the last
and Gene Mingo, now leaders saw Houston's Larry ..veralyear. by the Americans
with Miami, both played regularly Carwell take over In punt re- Sports Fashi on'm. during his successful amateur Behind every great drink thereis

End Quota Rule In addition to handling turns from teammate Zen _.. __ ...""" ..... playing in the Washington area. a great whiskey.Seagram's .
kicking dujy.Booter Moore, who took over In kickoff -' While at Shaw, be vas the
HOUSTON The quota system also Is the league's returns. leading scorer on the basketball 7 Crown

that use to exist on the Houston sixth-leading rusher, SQd basG.II..r's team for four years. Fox The Sure One. ;
Oilers' football roster was was also named on the All-
ended last year by General tattlers Tmice Central Intercollegiate Athletic

Manager Don Ktasterman when ar q ii i- Association's Basketball squad

.he was hired, according to Antes In Noa-Coefereece Tilt during his Junior and senior

scout, Tom Williams. years, while be also served as e '.,
Williams, a Negro and a former GREENSBORO, -Quarterback Ken Riley of Florida Bear co-captain.

coach at Grambling College AIM known for his scrambling tactics, pulled a reverse; N His basketball average atShawwas
said this was resentedby against All To College of North Carolina, remaining In the 23.2 per game. Joyner
Negro fans, coaches and pocket as he passed for three touchdowns In leading the broke it this past season witha
football players especiallythose Rattlers to a one-sided 83-6 battering of the Aggies. d.bA scoring average 25.7polnts

in''the predominantlyNegro It wai bounce back big week Riley completed 10 of II passes per game

Southwestern Athletic for the Rattlers, u Riley, John for 242 yards and three touch- "

Conference. Eason, and Glen Edwards paved downs. The Junior from Plant S,

Williams, was hired last year the way the Aggies sufferedthe City played the greatest game ... ,
in the dual role of scout and worst defeat at the hands of his career before turning ,/

to help improve community relations of the Rattlers In the 17 games the signal calling over to Elroy ,. H'

among Negro fans. series. Unrand and SteveScrnres early HAIR POMADE' i t
b .
/ halt.u $; -
In the second Keeps Halt .1l
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Eason and Edwards scored -
Neat andWeirGroomed 't"
SEAFOOD CENTER : three touchdowns apiece,to lead '. "':. '. .. .
the Rattler scoring .:f ,
144 N. MYRTLE AVE. PH. EL4.1468 j! The Rattlers scored the third All DayNew .. ,3a : ., .,.- .
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the ball In the Inprond MURRAY'S! HAIr //O /r
this work Fred notes that a BiHimnre/ Colt./ (MjrvUod hone time they got Drndnt Pom.4. wore wonders an f '
ply footlMll wji crreited for pljpmf' ; pokef h. TONSORIAL first quarter. Halfback Hubert 4 kinky, hirrflMiuiUM Mlr, Applied ..
PAULO Here Seafood Center fish, fresh but I 1 In tin momlni, li.lr kwpi 11..1 "jinlcombed' -: ,
t our rt Gina returned an Aggie punt look (II dtyunntMd e.llsl.cllo .
nor tltnwH 14 fracture Itn Blu Lees"" There it no>> Amble, I six yards' to the Rattler 32. '. a
rsw''o.
you set ntlut' received (or your buck -- Hifh quality attrtioneble MURRAY'S Oro"l ,
See below A ground play went for five d.y. On tale tl "lwMn.Atcncwry >of>
pricet -- .. ,.,. ... wid j---
WEEK ONLY yards to the 37. Riley then bit --:-'" -- "" "' .- ..-.. I drill count! !"1'
> Eason over the middle and the Yon can bead straight down the aring these coo.y hunArw

DEVIL CRABSTHIS SMCIAL PACK 25C 6'2", 220 pound speedster who lottes in all wool tailored by Evu-1'lcone. At left It is in Ultf Slit lit PwaRAY''I .
S'CIAL each runs a 9.1 outran three Aggie black: and white glen plaid with a red ribbed belted cardigan SNAUUZI2I4tornioi CircA -nMuwrY
.. defenders for a 63 yard touchdown over a whit sleeveless turtleneck fine gauge shell. At right
it is In a black, red and camel gun check with matching vest nooocn co-fl KtctM mum: M,i tt.M.KI III11 U,N w ,tu Sue M>rut mna.
THREE RETURNSFOR and flue shell. These outfits 4N tktrtette limit, MeL MMf/i
BIG The next Rattler score took over a "line" shirt gold gauge

Just four plays after Gins returned are sure to gain attention wherever they are worn. Bowling --------
THE 2nd RIG WKKKt an Aggie punt to the shoes and balls are from AMPs fashion line of accessories.

SPANISH MACKEREL Aggie 38. Four plays and a
15 yard penalty against oUT
WHITING 39C put the Rattlers on the 22. AUTO INSURANCE:
Riley found Eason all alone lathe

NORFOLK SPOTS touchdown end tone for the second 25.00, Down, 9.00. Per Month.,

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PUIMID MOM NOefOLNFRESH Four minutes later AiMvasoa

FLOUNDER 49c the board again. Riley
score
LI
I bit glght end Eugene: Gilbert No Interest Or Hnaflce Charges

CINWINI riOIKALOBSTERS with a 33 yard pass to tho one
Lb. $1.10
yard line and then sneaked over

J LA CI ROE MULLET I/ . LB. J5e himself on the next play. SR-22 Filings FREE..
The Aggie received the kickoff -
FRESH STEAK FISH . LI. 79c and punted after four plays

FANCY LIVING Sf 00 MNIrM111 u.W Muv ,.:Pas.: : .Rattler to the Afxle Just five 38.plays It took before the R6E1T1wsntI : 1

CRABS DOZ. .. .
LUM' & Edwards: scored from five yard
WMOLI tANCV MOXIM_ out. Assidttts; IK. 1
CLAMS riNiro* nor.CAN The first half scoring ended I
1.0'1
CMOWDU .vhea Riley connected to flanker ,
131 Z. /la 1tre41f Room 10, Coder JcIc. IM-7m

w r on:S1(vu SWDFYEM/I JUS i: Eugene Milton In covered the end 1If4 Edttwoocl Avenue S. JUIS TOMiCHT| IstyACf:: : 80 C LOCK' MO MiMQBC QM17 tMITHSUIIIIY '
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12 STAR PAPERS SATURDAY NBVEMBER 11. 1S67SSJER I

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ABIBMATICce&ou Mrs. Mania Wiilkmis kt Schealy Presenfs.sSobOTo; NBL Earl Grasper Sckeiby Ghres I


Him Mrs. Jaafe Johnson At HoE!. Stager, DiesThe $5,000 Stfeeds

SEWING MACHINE, A-4 Shape, I
Zif Zags. nukes button holes, Women's Day at* Greater Bethany Baptist Church will be celebrated ,.. Cityof Jacksonrllle.knownfor '
fancy deilgnes, sews oo buttons Sunday, November 12, and wlllbeblgbflgbtedby the presence its gospel music and fine For iBshessts
appliques of outstanding speakers singers, church leaders and singing, was shocked this weekto
monograms e t c. Berkeley G. Bur rail,president
Sold new for over 300. MUST (Visitors. learn of the death, after a of the National Business League
SACRIFICE. Just pay balance Mrs. Marvin WUiUms win be lingering illness, of Earl BllUnger has Just announced a contribution

*$2 or attune It montly pay chairman Mrs. Janie Johnson/ ? rtir ,'-I Granger.Granger Norfolk member Sln-- of $5,000 by Schenley
of the famous
ments. Call Credit Manages will be co-chairman. Guest Iu for the League's new training
6464 57 anytime. Will deliver. speaker at the morning service 9 jgers for many years,was wide and business development program
,No obligation! will be Mrs. Claudine I. Williams ly known' for his Interpretations Involving 12 pilot cities.
second of music and for the nest with
'Ic..prtlldentofthe In making the announcement
which he participated In their
General! State Con
Baptist Burrell said that "with this
MOTEL vention. At J p.ra, Mrs Ellen singing over the country.will be contribution, Schenley has added -
The late Mr. Granger
Hunley of Emanuel Baptist will another 'first' to its growing
SUMMER RATES* speak. At 6 p.ra. Mrs. Etta Mae + funeralized SaturdayNovember list of meaningful contributions -
11 at the St. Matthew Baptist
12 rooms, Private bath $SOQ( Stevenson will be the speaker. Church The Re,. George Price to organisations striving
18 rooms. Semlprlvat.$4,00 Other guests appearing will be t fn' r will, as pastor eulogize at ), to better the economic, educational -
Mrs Winifred Murray, Mr.D. q M1 va and social
'l/l day and truckers $3.00 ,p.m., with the Dallas Graham status ofunderprivileged
J. Jones, Mrs Valorle Clark,
fl or 2 persons) Funeral Parlor In charge. elements of
Etta Williams Ruth ,
Mrs. Mrs American society."
fDGEKCOD, MOTOR COURt Luke and Miss Marsha Sam., ,...Granger: was the son Walter
'Co: ;;;
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INTEGRATED pson. The guests of the Sunday l ',< If ..p',1' ....,. Burrell said "we applaud
5911 US.,Car Edgewood Ave. School will be Mrs. Sara Jones, I '-L' ns' i ., Schneley's continuing support of

Phone 1640003Alway.Open superintendent, Mr *.. Patsy H programs such as this and hope
Johnson, review and Mrs Viola that other companies follow

Roberts, secretary e their lead. This program offers
TOr MEN AND WOMEN The morning worship guest MRS.. -CHAIRMAN MARVIN WILLIAMS t opportunity\ to the majority
will be: Mmes. Lucille Stevenson -
business community'to
OF All AGES Estelle Brown Annie P. Jackson, Susie Harrell Martha provide.
-CHECKING IN-Charles T. WilUamssecood( from vice president of Schenley DistillersCo. a constructive alternative to
Take NewIM PROVED NATURE Walker, Tbelma Norman Ruth Sheppard, Beverly Redd and ., presents a $5,00 check to Berkeley G. right second from left), president and board current widespread urban un'
Mary Jo Gibbs Y
Clark Bell o hod a
TABLETS for that tired Angela Susie At ,
run rest. To give financial
Williams chairman of the National Business League, as Schenley's contribution to the NBL's "Project stake
Hazel
Williams
feeling that keeps you from Badger, Florence Smith Clay Jenkins Folawn,Eris Outreach." The project was funded by $413,00 by the federal government for K training and In our society to the people who
The
Shirley
tell ,
lawn life. Alvins.Dora Lee Watson Octovetts will The business development program in 12 plolt cities, with Schenley's check being the first contribution have responded to sustained deprivation
sing. Eugene
and Sarah
Tablets Rlcn. The
3.00 200 Tablets B. W.
; with renewed
Butler Club will be to a $250,000 fund-raising campaign among the private business community to match striving
$1.00 deposits on Williams Chorus will sing. Miss Shirley Weeks presented.is Chairmen. the federal funds. Participating the event we see Miss Earth White, 90 years of age and one t 1 + is, in our Judgement! the best
At -
c.o.d/s. 3p.m. will
be
dEMPffiE: PRODUCTS I SALEdlDept. 'Cs Veronica guests Tolana Yvonne:Miss- Miss Loretha Everett is ,of the co-founders with Booker T. Washington of the NBL; Andrew F. Brimmer (left), memberof possible use of public funds.
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Co-chairman. the board of governors of the Federal Reserve System and William R. Hudgins, president of Financial support from private

FS,Chicago 5937 N., ILL.Broadrayt 60676lAVlRfi At 6 p,m., guests will be: the Freedom National Bank In New York.This activity took place at the NBL's recent convention constructive exterprlse represents the most
possible
in Atlantic City. cooperation )
Mmes. Elizabeth Green M.M.
ROOM ,
FOR
RENT of government and
bust
Harris, Addle Hayes, Emma PHOTO By Byron Associates
Single man or woman, hot and Adams Rosie Stephens Delorls ness/
I PROBLEM cold water. 2628 WoodlawnCirle. ., :, The NBL president stated fur
; Bright Gladys Barnett, Lillie .
354-1288. National .Council Cassias Cloy In AII.'s'St.S -- ---- ther that this expansive new
EVERY DAY OF EARL GRANGERand NBL! program Involves such

CONTINUED FROM.3 Fannie Granger and spent substantial costs that it is beyond
"' ;1 buslneis his early life In Lackland, Fla. the present financial capacity .
YOUR LIFE?. go on with as usual. of
"" Later he moved to Jacksonvilleand the organisation. "W.
Many seem smaller once the) I Either we drift along and are became an employee of the appeal for support from the majority
are understood. Let me try to e .4. shaped by whatever happens or: Daylight Grocery company, in business community and
take hand In social
(!help you with your Personal, we a shaping 1937. He remained in their employ I are confident that its members
change. The tradition of the
.Problems. Confidential Air .I l until 1965 when he became will follow Scbenleys lead to
;.Mall: postage to this country, NCNW imples us to become ill provide it, as a matter of enlightened
Involved In stimulating social
25? '
Granger baritone In the Nor- self-interest/
change. That tradition calls
upon folk Four, was with the Singers
OMEGA us to Involve ourselves more
until be became too ill. He was Florida BaptistMissioaaries
STERO SYSTEM1STERO significantly, to build our organizational -
Dept. FSN also associated with other quartets -

Box 29, Mulzenburg, C.P.! SYSTEM HWFI RADIO i unite and mobilize capability and to of the city. At one time he At
South Africa tlOll' bas the works. Original price I our many was leader of District No. 7 of
to be force for social
199. Has balance $78 or assume groups a the St. Matthews Baptist Church Florida CollegeCONTINUED
change
$8 monthly payments III. and sang in Choir No.!. He was
1 Warehouse1606MainStreet.! a deacon and was chairman of FROM 2 .
MOVEMENT f MRS. JANIE JOHNSONCOCHAIRMAN Area Freedom the trustee board. site of the school. The goal

Erring Construction Home w !3A Granger was a member of District is $LOO from every adult Baptist
Improvemtn repair and rooms APTS. FOR, RENT Mae Foster and Willie Mae Pre- Rallies listed No. 8 and worked with Dea- and interested friend by

(or those who need to be financed -i306 Davis 4 rm $45 mo. sha. NAACP HeadsST. n 'con Price leader. November 14.
no money down. One 'Z-1550 Ella 2 1/2 rm e,2.mo. Officials for the day are:Mrs. By Among survivors are: Mrs, The women's unit has under-

house, for $275 down and $58. 6-1409 Jefferson Plaza 3 rm, Marva A. Williams, chairman. PETERSBURG, Fla.-A d Florida A. Granger widow | taken the task of enlisting wo
Siesta Motel, < apartment can $55 mo. Mrs Jannie Johnson,cochairman series of ten area "Member- Mrs Fannie Watkins,Lackland, men throughout the state for
be arranged for sales, at a 1401 Lee St. 4 rm $40 mo. Mrs. Rosalind Williams, ship for Freedom" rallies mother Richard Watkins,step work and leadership. This day
lair down payment. 1210 1/2 1036 Madison 6 rm $50 mo. Pastor For The Day;Mrs.Minnie planned by the Florida Confer- father; Mrs. Beatrice Granger, is known as "Donation Day"

Davis St. 3548703. 706 Minnie 4 rm $45 mo. Lee Hollomon, Programs. ence of the National Association stepmother Tampa ; Walter This is the tenth annual meet.
629 Washington 3 rm $52 mo. mrs Mary Lou Parker Secre- for the Advancement of Colored Granger father Tampa. Dr. R.W. Puryear is president.

280 Watts 4 rm $47 mo. tary and Mrs. John Guest, re- People (NAACP) is under way ,Ands Sons, Earl B. Granger, The school has made plans for

ISABELLA OF PARISThat's 824 E. 5th 4 rm $42 mo., porter. The Rev., Landon L. for the months of November and Pennsylvania R. Granger ,\ changing to a new campus with
933 W. 27th 4 rm $55 mo. Williams pastor.' December. Bethune-Cookman student new buildings; in Miami.
Me! I have the Amax 2-1247 W. 16th 4 rm $60 mo. James LaMont Granger U.s.
log superior' tonic tablets, pet
Army fort Monmouth, New
for all the things you want to do Jersey now on leave,Nathaniel
Box of 30, $1.00. Satistactlor<< DNFURN. HOUSE Church Shorts L. Granger Jacksonville
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guaranteed or Money back. Fot 187 E. 57th St. 3 rm $40 mo. James Weldon School student, McClairen'sEleven
Men and Women. NEW YORK-Cassius Clay's life has turned' Into a long Walter
HOLY CHURCH OF THE LIVING GOD. 0. Granger student at
FOUND t H1GBEE The road filled with one-night stands in small towns. Bethune
Young Peoples Union meets Sunday at 3 Elementary School,
". 0. Cox 230, Dept. S. p.m. Instead of boxing he's now performing behind a pulpit Shows
Realtors The Tiny Boyd Singers will be host to the Union Sunday. Their a ring, Lyndla Gale Granger daughter
54-8435 317 W. Forsyth St. ages are 3 to 6 years, Mrs.Alberta Latimore is in charge of the ....''bring the word of Allah to my brothers"Since and a student at James Weldon
... .Gary, Indiana! i children The Rev. Battle of Royal Tabernacle will be master of be was found guilty of draft evasion, Cassius hasn't Johnson Jr., High School. Rushing Power

.ceremonies Deacon Robinson of Royal Tabernacle will present seriously worked out in a gym. He claims be doesn't miss Also: Donate Andrea,Jacksonville
y him. Bernard McClaln, reporter. boxing, but be seemed to bask in the opportunity to get back brother-in-law;W.A.Diz, CONTINUED FROM 10
@' COLOSSIANS BAPTIST CHURCH into the ring for a workout against Joe Louis last week. City brother-in-law,RCbert- The Wildcats' season recordnow
Louis seemed to get along too well with Clay wlleD'Cassius
Sunday School begins at 10 a.m. Superintendent Ambrose never son ,Andrews Belton, Texas, stands 15-1, while the
Merklson Is In charge. The lesson will be reviewed by the was champion, but they apparently have forgotten brother-in-law. Sisters-in-law Tigers are .-3 for the 1967

SERVICE, WHOM OPPORTUNITY superintendent. The morning worship begins at 11 a.m. their differences."Joe the Maritime.Union are: Ellen Andrews, Jacksonville campaign..
cried he entered
Clay as
Evening worship is at 7 p,m. Choir No. 1 and Usher Board Louis Edith Andrews, Los Angeles The Tigers' next outing will
INTERSTATE 9JiMcCroy CREEK No. 1 will serve. Services are held every Tuesday night. The Gym "The world champion. Ruth Brennand ColumbiaS.C. be aglnst Kentucky State on
in dark tailored suit Clay and Louis climbed
Dressed
a ,
Julia Mack November II.ECC.i5.
church is looted at 1154 31st Street. The Rev L.J. Crawford Jacksonville
(UNDER CONSTRBCTIONL is the pastor. into the ring. Clay clowned and flicked his Jab while Louis- Julia Hester Dix, Jacksonville.Also ., 21 14 13-64

stalked him, trying to cut him off When Lout finally managedto : Mrs. Lime Mathis,aunt, EWC........_.0 O. 06-6
MINIMUM back Clay into t corner the two flailed the air furiously Loyd Mathls Johnson,S.C.,un-'
INVESTMENT 1Tniii-n1 pretending to land punches while a small crowd cheered Its cle. Cousins are Walter Brun- kick)

; APPROXIMATELY. (12,060 NEEDED e approval.A son, Philadelphia, V let orl a BCC-Crlsby 14 run (Kick
few minutes after they were done, a small, paunchy guy Granger sister-in-law failed)
I 'PAID TRAINING : I who had been belaboring a heavy bag noticed the excitement ,St.! Petersburg BCC-FG Haywood
: ." and waled over. Squinting at Clay, he said, "I've seen you, BCC
Ii UTILITIES OIl1Y' 05 -Phillips 4 run (Harwood
NO RENT '
:, MONTHS someplace. Who are you?/ kick)
"Cassius Clay; the deposed champion said BCC D. 24 from
'tRANB OPENING '" Cooper pass
FOR BEALER'FINANCIN6 ",. ? Inside City Limits Save On- "I don't have time to miss boxing," said Clay upstairs as PLEASEBE I King (PAT failed)

AVAILABLE Utilities. FHA Financing*Low' he relaxed with Louis. "Pm busy every minute, traveling BCC-S. Cooper 4 pass from

Down Payment I thousands of miles-California, Georgia, Philadelphia Baltimore King (Haywood run)
(flF CUALJFrEJ] fef -everywhere there's a group to hear the word of Allah." EWC-Simmons 22 blocked punt

I .INFORMATION CALL 'MODEL* HOME NOW ON DISPLAY Clay recently married to a young Muslim girl, said he bad CAREFUL!! BCC Phillips 16 run (Haywood
Ids
sent bride back to the Muslim College in Chicago t. kick)
i :; BoV'Hefm'EVENING, 2479 W. 28th I *
continue her education but that sometimes she travels with BCC Brown 20 blocked punt
him. Asked if there were Any plans for a young Cassius."
3 BEDROOMS CARPORTI! (Haywood kick)
Only
VEBNESBAY
AND you
added, "Maybe, maybe In nine months or so. BCC-Bethel 39 pass from
'744 1796 "They can have all the tournaments they want," said Clay, can prevent Jackson (kick failed)

GRAND PARK'SALES "but they can't have my title until somebody whllpS me forest fires! BCC-flaywood kick)
I have,a belt that says, 'World Heavyweight Champion,' and
: Grand Opening nobody else can have that belt until a champion Is whopped

OFFICE AT DIVISION I 20TH ST. EXP.< quits or dies. That's the laws of baxl ng." '
"He's right," said Louis. "I doh't want to, get Into this, MftS.SALLYE B. MATHIS SAYS:

Stylist Beauty Salon PHUHE( 354-8746 FOR DETAILS but be's right." ,
Of the men still in the running for the World Boxing Association -

-, title. Clay has a preference for Jimmy Ellis, his .THANKS'I
FORMERLY lOCATED AT m DAVIS STREET ,SISTER BESSIE former schoolmate and sparring partner."I .
think It'. good that this tournament's giving a lot of
Now At JFRFR: r.ANDLE'WITH EVRY'REAL fine young men with families a chance: to can some money," I
A he said. "James Ellis has about six, seven kids, and he can

,)Sim will read your entire life-past,present and use the money. Pd like to see him win"

.: 1325 .Davis Street future.. She asks no questions but will tell you : < Tines

what you want to,know, giving date and.Ants of

The '"Grand Opening' Will Be Sunday, business, love, health and family aff lrs. Will LINCOLN ESTATES
help you find lost art. TELL you whom you will,
marry and when. If the one you love is true, what ; '
November 12,1967, 'from 2 p.m. to S p.m to do'to be successful.Will reunite separated, I k'- Sincerely( )
OWN A BRAND
locate absent friends and relatives, and cause NEW ;

Operators Are Nrs.Chrisleen P. Brown, lover's happiness quarrels.between Tells man if slcknesor and wife.' bad Make luck upj is' : .,
BRICK HOME *
natural enemlnes, tvll1n11uebCe and bad luck. Does not tell iv
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Mrs. Everlina Wingate, Mrs. Annie Laura to please you, but will toll toe truth.One visit will repay you for] I '
disappointments In all others. I not only read your life like an, ? 'IEHOOMS -'1t2DATIiOOMS; CLOSETffMftERNLSCROGIS will endeavor to represent you
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as, Mrs. Virginia Jackson, Mrs. Nellie open: book, but I also help yon out of your TROUBLES. Com'rand ( to the best of my ability now and,

4. see why you are so unhappy, wfan .nl'JlhlDl..m.It g o ,AND LARGE SROr-PINfi CENTER. SELECT: ':under,a new consolidated:government,},

\ TiRsil Mrs. Dorothy L. Rivers Mrs. Lou wrong. WHY be sad and downhearted,skk and worried wbnryotf YODR UODEl 61 PLANS LET
i can be helped and everything uafe clear by consulting TIME : OVN ; IS 1ELP W '

J :Aaa Manning And Mrs. Lila Beatty.: GIFTED make DO MEDIUMI house Everybody calls. Don't welcome.mistake NO the MAIL address ANSWERED.I ,, SBTER. [BIT YbpRNOMWBEABTIFBiyiilCOLII, ( ; ESTATES.' Renenber To Vote Dec. 5

'. BESSIE Is located north of Callahan OB OJJ. Hi 11* mile from .'

,I : All Are Invited City of CALLAHAN, Florida. Phone 174-2250. Sail" yeB. Mafhis'CoBBcilwoiin

WATCH FOR HER SIGN IN FRONT OF HOUSE .
; PRONE 354-3)11) Across
.... the Street ., Open dally I a,*. to-10 pjn. Including Sundays
MRS. CIRISTEEN P. BROWN. MANCEBr Tm CUPPING ENTITLES.YOU TO A IS RKiniNG: for Si District 8'Ut


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