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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
November 18, 1967
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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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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University of Florida
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All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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issn - 0740-798X
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New Mayors Plan Fair Administration Substandard Heath Tricks"Filthy

Meat" is being sold in some markets and supermakets

across the nation, according to advocates of a more stlngent
** 'setup for Inspecting for this favorite American food. Meats,

diseased meats from dying or dead animals, meats with flaws,

OMAN..if are being purchased by unsuspecting housewives, guWble, believe -

JAX LD 'unities the are getting the best for their homes and for their fa- \


This startling revelation, ducts sampled ,lily! 39 came
L prompted by strong criticisms up to the requirements I

\ '. from Ralph Nader, who seems This survey is related at the i

f' to be necessary prompter for moment to supermarket chains. ,,,

SHOOTING MATE investigations, brings to light Nader has revealed that tu- ,
FOR the fact that all sorts of In- buercular garbage has been sold ;

sanitary measures are tolera- to businesses for their bogs.

ted in big plants, santltation And more, snuff spit has been

'* *. .* ignored health laws and rules ignored and, when meat has fallen -
are by-passed, and people> buy, on the floor, it is not dls- I
Husband Accused Judge Declares "Bad Meat." .carded. The meat is sold Ano- I

Youth Fatally Shot James Richardson, suspected poisoner of his seven children Senator Walter F. Mendale' ther complaint Involves the pre I

Of Dope Habit In Arcadia, Is now seeking release through his lawyer, on a Minnesota Democrat,has pointed sence of grease, mire, reaches
Father EntitledTo writ of habeas corpus. Richardson has been in jail since bis out that food in a super and files in some plants

arrest Mrs. Richardson Is staying with her mother in Jack market Is not necessarily the "Filth, vermin, and even part I

Shot By WifeA Showing Off Father'sGun sonville. John S. Robinson, Daytona Beach lawyer, has taken best food "Unless a woman of rats become part products I
Release the Richardson casa! without charge. buys meat with a fecl.rllin- to be consumed by human

.' housewife was charged spection stamp," said Mondale, beings," says a comolarof I
u to murder and Is ARCADIA-The father accused ",b.'. taking a chance"A But Nader, is a later release
with assault
Dr. Warns Three StudentsAre
being held In city Jail without To His FriendsRonald of poisoning his seven King stronger type of legislation has also accused the UnitedStates
is needed Even California, Department of Agrlcul-
bond after the 4:30 p.m. shoot children was granted bond for
known for It fairly laws, has Its tur e of pulling the wool over
lug of her husband two times his release by Circuit Judge Against Bias StandoutsIn
L! their homes on Monday afternoon Lewis a 11 year-old youth was fatally shot in the John Justice Thursday in a shortcomings All UnitedStates its own eyes. He still, point- 1

following an alleged chest after be had gone home and returned to porch of a store habeas corpus hearing In the plants, said Mondale, should blankly, accuses supermarketsof !
threat of her life. located at 2327 Moncrlef lid with his father's pistol. DeSoto County Courthouse Around World corns under the new legislation. "Marketing Bad Meat." Na- .
1968 Federal aid must be offered to
Willie J. Wilson, 20, 1339 W.. According to police reports, shooting was an accident and In an exclusive interview Tryout der has labelled the department
15th St., Is now recovering at Ronald Lewts,17of 2333 Janette there bad been no argument or Judge Justice told the FLORIDA LONSON.ENG Dr. Matin Luther the stales At the moment, with tendencies toward},,*r 1s:
St. had to the with earlier in the week Jacksonville high school students slaughter and packinghouses in slon. He also feels' that the department -
Duval Medical! Center from coma store harsh words used before the STAR at it went to press that King, state
wounds received, In bis leg, his father's pistol,described shouting. he had granted release but'had told an audience at the University among the nation's scholarship a ar.llot regulated by cur- has been encouragingthe

finger and lower abdomen. being a .22 caliber RG-40 revol- Ronald was the son of Mr. and not fixed the bond The judge of Newcastle that racial finalists Pat Moman, ments. escaping of compliance

Wilson's 20-year-old wife, ver. Ronals,apparently thinking Mrs. herman Lewis, of 2330 said that in a discussion of the _trouble, abroad, can spread daughter of Mr and Mrs. Law for 25 the laws.
Carrie, told authorities her life be was unloading the gun took six Janette St. Issues be felt James Rlcharg- "All I can say is that England rence C. Moman Sr., has a- percent of all meet processed -
in America.The
had been threatened because bullets from the chamber. The funeral for Ronald Lewis son, a citrus worker was "en- has to be eternally vlglalant and lor>i with several other scholars Sherman JonesIn

she had hidden some marijuana William Davis, \den\ asked to will be held on Saturday after- titled to be released" He said extremeley concerned SD that placed Jacksonville again on the be American housewife may

cigarettes belonging to her husband see the gun and pointed it at noon at I p.m., in Mt. Tabor he would fix bond some time the problem will not grow,"said map In the lleldolbJ&blCbolar- have buying been destroyed.meats which According should S. VietnamIs
Sanders, the accused, and puIJ later the minister.
..,, .. .."... ... _. ... Baptist Church with Rev, H.T, Thursday or early Fri- Dr. in Newcastle to the news report seasoning
The wife said Wilson day. King Wit
young Overstreet officiating.
agents are employed,colors are
. smoked. marijuana frequently John 8, Robinson D ytgna "1IJ.If .!e he received. honorareg4'e67" Bullet VictimPFC
=4taUa raham.:'FunerttHomi atp- .. 4 .used,for. d guise, as types of .
and on occasion Injected narcotics .y torney took over the case last
/ will be, In charge. cosmetics, other chemicals are '
Into his arms with hypodermic week and contended that the The eminent leader, before used to cool Sherman Jones, son of
the odor of
needles, according to StolesHatcherSteer man's civil and human rights leaving America, warned the decayed Mrs. Thelma Jones, 632 CourtC.
or rotten meats, and the housewife -
Del. Sgts. J.M. Parker and E. ; had been violated.Robinson mayors of Cleveland and Gary Blodgett Homes, was killed
,. ""fi ,that trouble He pays the price. A recentsurvey
R. Deyo. .J. might be ahead. in action on November Vietnam -
In continuing her story to the { Clear Of has taken the case, warned them against becoming proved that, of 162 pro- Private Jones was a mem
without charge, and plans to "Lambs being led to the slaughter -
police, Mrs. Wilson, sate she ber of Company C. Fourth Battalion
GaitherIs
had hidden the needles,over and i'' carry his plea to the Supreme ," He said that businesses Jake SOS Infantry, 173rd Airborne -

over, but claimed the Monday i.' I Spoils Systems Court, If necessary He has prepared ', must come to the relief of the Brlnde.fFC .
a writ of
: Habeas Corpus to deprived and of unemployed.
time she uncovered
for the first
-Tbe black
.: CLEVELAND ) Ret the accused man out of jail Dr, King spoke against cutting Recuperating
the cache of marijuana cigarettes '
of this and
and hid them :, Ii; mayors-elect city Mrs' Richardson, according to the poverty program allocations -
Gary have promised to give all latest reports, Is with her "It Is possible," said the
arrival home
Wilson's on
Upon racial a in running mother in
groups say Jacksonville
minister that the two
mayors-
Monday afternoon be supposedly From MishapTALLAHASSEEWith
governmental operations-even The attorney did not reveal his elected will be"two outstanding
threatened to kill his wife
upon though Negroes have not always complete plan of action for re men we hare set up as lambs for Head
the missing.
finding cigarettes I beII'accorded this opportunity lease Ha did, however, spend the slaughter." Coach AJS. (Jake)Gaither recuperating -
She said she picked up the .22 -
RONALD LEWIS Carl B. Stokes of Clevelandand some time in Jacksonville, from operation on
'magnum and shot her husband led the trl er.Tbe guncllcked. Richard G. Hatcher of Gary where he Interviewed relatives 'PAT MOMAN his left leg, which was broken

once.In the Interest of the truth the Davis then pointed the revolverat both pledged "muut-raclalcOY- and friends College Envoy ship. Miss Moman has been nominated below the knee during the South-

News learned Al Hogg and pulled the trig. ernments. Them is still a checking up of as a finalists for a National ern-FAMU clash on last Satur-
STAR
FLORIDA
of another version of the Incident ger, again the gun clicked. Stokes' interracial stance was records in Jacksonville This Achievement Scholarship day night, the Rattlers will be
the victim him- The report continues, by relating most evident. He named a white involves signatures of other because of brilliance in per- seeking their 20th conference
through was next to handle the police chief,Michael Blackwell, wives who might have signed formancce as a student championship In the last 23

self. to Wilson bis wifesupposedly death weapon, taking the gun and 67, and appointed white citizens death certificates. This changing young lady years, when they met Bethune SHERMAN JONES
According ,
saw.biru andnotherwomlJ pointing it at the ground while as safety directors (policymaker Further Impetus has been evinces an Interest lnpsycho- Cookman College on November News of the death of Private

: \ walking pulling the trigger. The gun for fire and police departments given by an appeal from the logy She was part of the Head 18.' First Class Sherman L. Jones,
Myrtle Avenue and together on clicked again for the third time. ) and chief prosecu, Florida NAACP which contends Start Program in Jacksonville who lived at 635 Court C.Blod

an Immediately Sanders, then pointed the gun at tor. that a fair trim under present and attended a seminar In psy- gett Homes, was received by his
argument
The began. the Lewis youth with both hands, He also urged representatives circumstances is impossible, chology in Philadelphia. Miss mother, Mrs. Thelma Jones,
couple was said to have
hammer cocked back and said, of 10 white ethnic groups tohelp! An appeal has been made to Governor Moman wants to further studies this week.
gone home in following the Me Indifference -: "Here Ronald, take it back." him run the city. Kirk. The unit also asks at the Sarah Lawrence College. tJAKE Private Jones was reportedu
streets
but
The exchange apparently ap- Hatcher, whose election had the removal of Sheriff ClIne Mr. Moman Is a Post Office employee .r killed in action In Vietnam

continued at their arguing borne. after arriving plied pressure on the triggerand been In doubt, said both whites from his office Dr. Lawrence C. The late soldier was a member

the gun went off striking and Negroes would have a band Moman, Jr., a brother, Is completing of Company C,Fourth Battalion
The victim said his wife then The children all ,
seven under -
in the Steel ,
his
young Lewis in the center of running City. residency at the Univer- f
503rd Infantry and 173rd Air- .
got the and told him she t of died
gun was chest.immediately. At first, the county election years age, on sity of Pittsburgh,in the department 'torne Brigade
going to kill him because she following the board refused to certify Hatc Oct. 25-26 from what authorities -

of ear and treatment. Pau11n1Byrd
bad caught up with his wrong Sanders dropped the her as the winner over Republican said was parathion, an Insecticide eye Survivors are: Mrs
shooting, Sylvia, a sister, la a Howard sister Herman,Clarenceand
goings, firing the toward considered by some ,
gun
gun and ran Inside to tell the Joseph B. Radigan. University graduateandi social
-- David L. Boston the latter'in
him and striking him In farmers as too for ,
the finger dangerous
Later, however t b e board
store proprietor to call an am- DR. HURWITZDr. worker in Baltimore Miss Mo- the Mrs Gustie Slander -
army '
Wilson said be then told use ;
butane, "Ronald Lewis was grudgingly acknowledged natc- man is an honor student at the Mrs. Leonla
her, "Woman you shot me," shot," returning outside to her's 1,389 vote margin over his Cline charged that RIchardIorII Richard V.Moore, Presl Bishop Kenny High School. Moore' grandmother, aunt, and, other rela
Mrs. Wilson then fired motive was collection of
once opponent Radigan said be would Col-
standby, the report said. dent of Bethune-Cookman Miss Moman Is not alone in lives
more, hitting her husband in Shortly afterwards, K a h 10 challenge: the results. $14,000 la doublelndemnt1711f.1asutanc lege, Daytona Beach Florida, scholasticism

the thigh and the bullet lodging AkIns, of 1319 W. 8th St., saw Radigan charged vote fraud in policies be agreed to announced this week that Rabbi Miss Sylvia Mathis, U, when GAITHER

In the groin.According. his mother, Mrs. Daisy AkIns Negro areulnfa'orolHatcher. buy the algId before the children Dr. B.Leon Hurwltx, assistant she wins, will follow a career The Injury was sustained following Central State

to homicide detectives and stopped her. She took However, Investigation of ate the fatal lunch professor of Comparative Religion in the State Department. Miss a pass Interception by &

one marijuana cigarette, Lewis in her car to DMC wherebe irregularities would probably Cline said that over the years and History at B-CC, Mathls will chose u her school Southern player who ran down
one-half reefer and a hypodermic was pronounced dead on turn up even more fraud In white Richardson had "dozens" of will represent the College at 'of matriculation ,Georgetown the sideline near the FAMU Student Threat
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needle were found in .arrival in the emergency room areas In favor of Radigan. policies on the children and all the Induction of the third president University, Washington, D.C. bench* As lie was being tackled

the borne of the couple upon a .at 7J5 p.m., by Dr. C.R.Allen. Despite racist attacks on Mm, of them lapsed. of Dropsle College, Philadelphia She has attended St. Plus ele- by members of. the Rnttlers,
search by uniformed officers. According! to homicide! investigators Hatcher pledged( equal treatment When the seven children sat Pa. mentary school. She is now at squad Coach Gaither was bow- Closes SchoolCentral
It was revealed Investigation down to eat about noon in thedingy
through for a3 Gary residents is the first born led
-the brother of the victim ,under Dr. Hurwltx the Bishop Kenny school. Mr. over.
that the pistol used In his administration 16.50 a week apartment Since Jake Gaither became State. Univerllty,WI1-
Sherman Lewis was work- rabbi in America to serve as a Mathis, her father, is with the
the shooting was stolen from the street and some-. He did note that only 28 per Richardson and his wife were j jfulj time professor at a Negro Post Office Department. Mrs. bead coach In 1945, AIM has berforce, Ohio, has closed its

Frank Hampton's Gulf service Ing across to tell bin Ronald bad cent of city Jobs arebefdbyNegroes in the fields picking oranges College and will be the first Mathls Is a social worker.Joel, woo the Southern Intercollegiate doors, and will not get back Into
station about a week cue ran The two children died within the educational field until
ago by the in the Conference peace
College Championship
predominantly rabbi to represent a Negro a brother attends Florida M every
,
been shot.Sherman.
victim. Police officers said an hour after lunch. The seventh has been reset restored to the
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at
is reported to have black city He pledged change at a Jewish sponsored University, as a major In year except 1951, 52 and 66.
the time of the report of the this, but without Imposing and last died the next morning Il Institution of learning When S.C. State upset AIM campus
come to the scene of the shootIng racial !& tr mathematics He Is also an alternated -
gun being missing, the owner and picked the death weapon quota. The children took their lunch i Drca>she Collect is a postgraduate computer ,operator last season 8-3, the Rattlers The virtually all-Negro Institution -
up
suspected Wilson, but. couldn't and carried it home, where He win, however, have to work from two pots on the stove.One insQtutloo open to Wlfllam' t. Is just back from had won 56 consecutive conference closed for "the safety"of
say for sure that he had taken Del. Sgts. Deyo and Parker confiscated with a predominantly white city contained! a mixture of boiled college graduates of all faiths Vietnam games dating back to the students seams to feel
the weapon. bog jowls, string beans and rice that Black Power la responsible -
: the gun. council. The number of black .and races who desire to specialise Vincent Whltbead, another 195%.
NEWS councilmen increased from and possibly three or four tea- in Hebrew and other The Rattlers probably have one for its difficulties.
DEADLINE
: The six bullets that Ronald scholar: will be honored todayat
took from the pistol were found three to four after the election spoonfuls of parathion. tasters and mid-eastern languages Gilbert High. Principal Charles of the best balanced attacks In The trouble stemmed frog an

FOR THANKSGIVING } in his front pocket at the morgue but white remain in the majority The other pot contained hominy and clvlllatlons. Their F. James has proclaimed college football. Tehy have alleged threat of death by a

Due to the Thanksgiving ) and are In homicide along on the nine-member body. grits but Clint would not say if. graduates art now on the faculties the day u Whlthead Day. He rushed for l09yardsandPUS' student of the college against

holiday: Thursday,N OY.23, with the pistol as evidence.The A majority of the councilmen, It also contained parathlon. of a large number of will be honored at a special ed for 1,208 yards. the smaller WUberforee University -

the deadline for news will accused Albert Sanders, both black and white, back his Parathion also was found Ins ,American colleges. Assembly and will be the guest Bob Hayes all-pro flanker for president Dr Stokes
be Monday 6 o.m. Reporters programs however The new president. Dr. Abraham the Dallas &wbo7s of the NFL, The students rebelled w h a
,
18, of IMS W. 25th St., ApU, tin of talcum powder, a bag of of honor at a luncheon Mrs.'
for ctmrci is,clubs arrested at his borne approximately Both Stokes and Hatcher re-, sugar and la a kitchen deter- C.Katsch, formerly of New Johnny Whitehead Is his moUltr' flew into Tallahassee Monday' to police tried to arrest tie student

and other organizations are 143 pjn., by Inv haled ambitious plans for their gent, Cline salt York University, wlllbe Inducted Mr. Whitehead Is a contracting see the ailing Gaither. The former charged with making the threat.
to their notices Sunday November 28 Rattler who has become Dr. Harry Groves, president,
urged get Beck and Set. Kendall and took cities. .. on company employee. Mrs. Whitehead ,
In to the FLORIDA STAR to city Jail when he is being Stakes was expected receivea 1967. Toe main speaker will be is employee at the RIverside Internationally famous for his .successor to Dr.Charles Weleyr i

4 at the time stated so that. held for homicide investigation. flow of federal money which HAPPY hOLIDAY Solda Meyer. from the State of hospital athletic accomplishments spent eminent historian and scholar,
1 they can in Friday's Israel. two days with his former coach. was ordered (o close Central.
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Published by the Florida Star Publishing Company IMPACT OF NEGRO!: CULTURE FOURBllES

y- .._ \ CRIME._:'_ A few weeks ago I attended an exhibit of paintings and sculpture
\ '\ "V. ..rw.ur1t II by Negro artists. It was Held at New York's City College,
MEMBER which co-sponsored the event with the New York Urban League
and the Harlem Cultural Cornell. The show covered the work

artists over a per10cl of 150 ,ean,
NLGRO PHRSSflUMIIERNATIONAL .-was-, a beautiful exhibit The art works from the earliest
!i4a1 portraits to recent abstract paintings,
sh9i'fd a creativity and sensitivity that could!
onl cling to artists of the front rank.

", ;: left the exhibit, I thought of how 1m- .1 i itoo
ERIC 0. SIMPSON Maiuiit filter por such a show Is. So few Americans
are ware Of the cultural contributions of

Ltr Negro citizens Evefl many Negroes. are all i
HILDA WOOTEN --. Circilitioi Maiiir Ignorant of their own rich cultural heritage. --
Most Americans think Negro cultural achievements starts
and stops with a few spirituals. They know Jazz is a Negro

KoDcriel Road Phone Elfii 4-6782 contribution, but they seem unwilling to admit that this is
2323 the only original cultural contribution this nation has made to '

'the arts of the world. Thy tend to look down on Jazz, toe. But ,
Miiliii Address ; a genius like Duke Ellington creates serious music which will ;

live Ion f after most "serious classical" compositions art'*
I. 32201
P.O. Dii 599 lacksmilli, flu forgotten. ;

All "of the: arts have benefited from the contributions of,;
MIAMI OFFICE Negro writers artists and musicians. New York bas u::
Interracial sym.ony) orchestra, the Symphony of the New;:
Phone 751-3879 World which Is a showcase fer Negro musicians. Hardlg'
: <,P1 & week goes by without publication of new novels by talented:

SUBSCRIPTION RATES young Negro writer. The Negro Ensemble Company, anew,
One Year $8.00 Half Year, $5.00 showcase for Negro playwrights and actors, will open sow':
Mailed to You Anywhere in the United States with the help of a Ford Foundation grant ':.
Subscription payable in advance But why, despite the cultural contribution of Negroes In the;
past, and the great artistic ferment today Is so little known"
t Send Check or Money Order to: about these accomplishment?

FLORIDA STAR P.O. BOX 599 In large part it Is the fault of the schools. When a young,
Jacksonville 1. Florida (white) Boston school teacher gave his students In a ghetto!

-.---.. school a poem of Langston Hughes to read, he found tha(,
they loved it so much they memorized It But the school's.;,
IMPACT OF RISING CRIME.. A COMMUNITY CONCERNI administrators gave him a hardtlme. "We don't teach things
like that here," they said. He quit and wrote a book about
Mr. Common Sense, A PersonalityThe rI ------- ------------------------- the way Negro children are kept from learning about their
own harltage (and much else, besides).
Not all schools are so openly racist but the great majority
late John Nance Garner, who died recently I do neglect Negro contributions, or restrict themselves to

at his Texas residence, will be remembered YOUR WeeklyHOROSCOPE teaching a distorted picture of American history It must,
3 bye come as quite a shock to many people to hear (because'of
as a distinct personality and the 1 a recent novel on the subject) of Nat Turner's slave rot

"grand old man of American politics." He volt In 1831 i
: GUIDE s. I II Thati because most schools and textbooks pictured the
had hopes of reaching his 100th blrthday.but 'i'f > slaves as happy and contented and that's the way so many

death denied him the privilege. Americans think of this nation's brutal past. They weren't :
taught about the many slave rebellions of the thousands.
Some historians label him of the JacksonIan I By PABLO The ASTROLOGER I of free Negroes In the North wo took part in the abolitionist.,

mold, and whatever he was no one else .,;' Civil movement War.Perhaps., or of the 200,000 Negro troops wire fought In the .

has been made from his pattern. He was a the people who wrote those textbooks found It up",

man from the lowest rung of the ladder who I WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR I setting to tell the story of the Negro's efforts to stand up and,.

became Vice-President of the United States / fight back at his oppressors. But this conspiracy of silence '
about the Negro people can't resist the relentless pressureof
twice. He rose from a mudchinked log cabin the truth. ,

in Red River County Texas, to the Cap- 1 j Many of today's new textbooks are correcting the errors,:
BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL and distortions of the past, and educators are beginning.
itol White House. to make the necessary changes in curriculm ,to bring tat.;

Many of his enemies like to call attentionto truth back into the classroom. They can be helped by a similar :-.,

.I_ realism on the part of television and the movies. :
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his home as a town thct wouldn't premlt ------------------- -- -------------
I'd like to see these powerful means of communication used.
Negroes to live In it at one time. Kovcrtho- ARIES CANCER LIBRA CAPRICORN to protray Negroes and their history In realistic terms..

lesswe can not hold this against a man any BORN Television ought te seek out many of the promising new Negro;,
BORN MARCH BORN JUNE BORN SEPT. DEC. playwrights and actors and give them a showcase for their :
more than we would hate every citizen who tajepts and dramas I've seen so much J Junk
22nd. IAN 19th 9n\.rgularllhow >
23rd OCT. 23rd :
came frorn" 'Missisiippi; : ,: 21thPRIl! 19th:. ;it22nd I, JOn 22DI on television''that It maybe that television needs these nTl'
-FastjicUon. lie fully.4yrared < Hit your stride.' The tide it alents more than they need television
Round them would be f I *JI
Of this we ore sure, and In the words of Thank heaven Most Arlens brilliant idea to UP.t get In touch with a the possibility that secrets flowing one's way once more.As 'And Instead';"of re-releasing that blob of racial stereotypes .-

a Senate resolution;: "As long as honor,and must expect to have to pay for the loved people with a view of ',can bot be hell forever. especially long as one pays no heed to ,'"Cone With The Wind" for the tenth time Hollywood 1
appreciated the 'services mistakes, either In cash or hap' getting them together on the when th&y are of the the customary hardheaded approach ought to be making exciting new movie about Important,
truth and courage are piness and, sometimes both. 23rd for a Thanksgiving cele nature that Infividuals would there should be nothing social Issues. I can think of nothing more dramatic than the.
of John Nance Garner will be appre- One should never blindfolded bration.. This would also be a give their eyeteeth to posses. to stopone. This Is the day when civil rights truggle, but where are the films which would tell ,
into ventures of any kind, but It Is during moments of relaxed decisions should be
ciated by the people of the United States. good way to coax them to patchto final and the this story? ':
it unfortunately takes many vigilance that things most always future course charted without
years for most of us to acquirethe to renew patch the up past old ties quarrels that real-and happen making It desirable necessity of making any changes .
necessary wisdom.Rest assured that Libyans take necessary Fair winds are blowing onward
ly made life worth.w llle.Can"er .
To Be Or Not To Bo that the rest of the month precautions against this hap- toward the fulfillment of the
still has plenty t offer In the doubtful about natives themselves may be,very and pening on the 16th. The days mission that destiny has cho- The Urban League StoryBy
wa:? of prestige and achievementA when sucess, will crown the sen. This is a period when the
The word Is getting around that a Howard most reassuring start or de- their ability to obtain results, efforts of those who have been wight mate and loyal friends CLANZEL BROWN, JR. !{ *
should not show It attempt
ve'opmeit' is indicated for the they or loyal and productive be the are to '.
likely
University professor is one of the leading to convince themselves, may play a major role The current crisis In Viet Namcontlnues to increase the auto'
21st. This should give all the best policy! ,accept rewards well In affairs One
candidates for the new position of state in th that this Is so. They may>even f.ora can express gratitude ber of returning veterans to our community. In most Instances;
reasons e world to planon away the glare of publicity best by
sharing table -
Planning Director. be able to get their are right your the veterans have problems of readjustment.The Black veterans '
a Thanksgiving reunion with Friendly reunions should or opulence with
introguing however, is the possibility all dearest severest critic to admit that add others who problems are compounded by blasts In education, through financial -'
More ones who are with- greatly to the Joys that are not so fortunate,on Thanksgiving -
that if he gets the he will be the in reach. The big day itself they, are right are to be had on the yearly day You will find greater ; resources, community gratitude and Inadequate housing:
The League's is houclnc for the low-.,
concern
Job now adeauate
in the should be lively one with all 'I-90-21-18.7Z% Thanksgiving Day. plesure In helping! others tobe-
to head ma
first Negro a agency :
concerned ;Income, who lack the skills to move through the
South. There are mere speculation, h wever.Newsmen e having. fun. LEO 1.80.3318888SCORPIO happy. economic and social maze in search of decent
20 44 19 975 980.88.19.824AQUARIUS
recently met with the Florida Governor BORN JULY housing. The Black veteran is part of the un- I

when he introduced the Howard Univer-. TAURUSBORN penetratable maze. However,the Black veteranis ((1'1 i
BORN OCT. In a strageUc position to secure adequate
as 23rdAUG. 22nd
Lindsay, Jr.
sity professor, Jerome W APRIL BORN JAN. housing, if be uses the resources of the
one of the two men being considered for the Count blessings. excellent 24th NOV. Z2ad'Why L is a baste right through_ FB.A.I
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job of state planner.The 20th KAY 20th aspects that have accompanied not? If having an invita- 20th FEB. 18th its folloadng are the provisions: .. :
declclslons and deeds related to
job pays $21,450 annually and this The time is now. A full MoonIs members of the tion or opportunity to take a Everyting clicks. Red tape and 1. ELIGIBLE VETERANS: Any veteran may be eligible 5;;
isn't chicken feed in, financial language. generally considered as providing living family quarters,and the general little trip In order to enjoy the taxes are ever present and nothing mortcaKor under the Ji.A.. plan If the mortgage to be Insur*
the romantic setting for group holiday with loved ones or close ed covers property on which there is a dwelling designed'
be with
has accomplished
the can
Lindsay qualifications for the' job economic welfare continued
declarations of love or propo- acquaintances, there Is no rea- mainly for a one-lamlly residence A veteran may obtain an
out share of
one's
and was recommended by GOP Senator Edward sals of marriage. There are merrily on. There should be inducement son why It should be rejected them.accepting Whatever allies are F.H.A. Insured mortgage loan on a 2 to 4 family dwelling,'
and to up
Brooke of Massachusetts. additional opportunities to make enough some The aspects for the quarter are bqt only under the terms available to nonveterans. '
to Is bound to benefit to
the elbow a surprising
to really apply -
We like the way Lindsay answered the newsmen' wishes known and to start drawing spare, and keep the cash quite favorable, and they reveal extent And anything 2. SPECIAL MORTGAGE TERMS FOR VETERANS; Limits::
grease
s question: "Do you consider yourselfan up a blueprint for a future register tinkling Joyously. If that prospects for fulfillmentare competlors are doing will not on mortgage terms are: The top limltfortne insured mortgage'1

ex-Democratic?" Lindsay replied; Maybe that can be shared by two. The Iff a new Job that's wanted, especially brilliant.Signup be a disadvantageous, either. Is 30000. Within that limit, the amount for a veteran who 1.
Incentive are there for ambi- for cruises or educatloal: cour- going to own and live In the home equal 100 less
may percent, :
get hotly In pursuit of it and Many younger Aquarians are
i a prospective Republican tious Taureans, and It is Justa don't slow down until caughtup ses, as the case may be. One Is destined to make a name for 4200, of the first $15,000 of F.H.A. vaule of the property (plus

matter of casting handicapping with it, especially 20th. And bound to obtain more than his or themselves and It Is just about prepaid expense items up to $200)); Plus W percent of netti!
factors aside and the her money's worth In return. $5.000 of value Plus 85
seizing of course It Is posslbl to demand time to start preparing for the ; percent of value above $20,000.
Initiative. No better days couldbe Extensive planning for future if F.H.A. approves the mortgage,for Insurance build*
The Importance Of Donating Blood a salary that skills com- treat day, no matter how far after the
self-development Is also tug of the bouse
a has
desired for Thanksgiving stepin begun and within bee
mand. Thanksgiving day seemsto off It may still appear.Thanks a year after it has :
reunions and festivities than the the right direction There COmpleted, the mortgage cannot be (.
be ideal for for family reunions giving day would not be much more than 90 percent C
22nd, 23rd. But some who may may be a few problems con- with out favorite people sharing afffcOOOO* appraised value plus 85 percent of the value.
The blood you own may save the life of some' have to follow a strict dietary and to invite all the other nections with the Thanksgiving\ .
It. Take In
precautions good
favorite that ,
human being. For this reason It Is Important. regime should guard against excesses accomondate.persons you can celebration but they will not detract time. If acquisition cost (sales price plus closing costs) to the vet
and violations. Life Is from the plesure of the eran Is less than F.H,A" estimate of value amount
that you consider this your responsibility.Many 4-90-33-16-110 will be mortgage
occasion. based
otherwise going more smoothly ::5-70.44.17.5$7 on FAA. estimate of acquisition cost Non-

donors began giving blood during 1.10.33.18.888 VIRGO S. 60 .44 IS -1'18' PISCES -realty. Items are not included In estimating the acquistlionu

World War, II !and have continued on a regular GEMINI BORN SAGITTARIUSBORN BORN The mortgage be
AUG. FEB. may repaid In montblJ pa)1l1ents.over a
basis. Today many folks can admit to BORN MAY 22id. HOY.23rd term of 10, 15, 20, 25, or 30 yeau. .
23rd SEPT. The
19th MAR. 20th mortgage term
having contributed for more than 20 years. : can be u long 35 rears In certala
list Pick them right Another person DEC. 21st. Seek case--U the house was
JUNE 21st Outlets. Plsclans whoare approved bJ'.H.A.or V.A. before cOO-,
There are others who soon will be reachingan It's here again. The once a year who may be very close no Do not forget. In this day and writers, alone or u part of a structlon began and WU Inspected by either agency daring con."!

age where they no longer can spare their ritual of offeringthanksforpast doubt has been putting notionsIn age there are not very many team, should not accept previous structlon, and itFHA/found that the owner-occupant mortgagor!
your bead, some of them excellent people who can "thank you" was unable to make
say the
and
blessings perhaps those to rejections u a true indi- payments under a shorter term raorlVThe !
share of blood. come, rolls around with Increasing and some questionableBe and perhaps many more who do cation of ability. This is a fine gage '

We hope young people will Ibcgln taking rapidity. This one very carefully until you have not even know the meaning of the ,period to try again with a spltlt current 6 percent rate and the 1/2 of 1 percent F.H.A. '
should be an unusually happy one eliminated all those that ot* to words. This Is a factor to be :of do or die. Chances appearto mortgage Insurance premium are the same u those for other'
their places. Nothing seems-to change the personal interest. remembered when actionson home buyers under
for the gathering of the clan and Everything good be as brilliant u ever provided the F.H.A. program '
continuing need for blood or the Importanceof for removing any differences should be going well on th* response and sometimes of course, that one hr* The concerned citizen who feels that this a bask right cI eaclt, '
that may have kept some members 21st when Virgo natives can with rank Ingratitude. It Is something to say, and know returning service man should reach out and literally take their
giving It.Penons apart. Happy tidings in this really put the whole weight of 'possible to be much happier how to get It down on paper in hand. In order that they tate advantage of the veteran benefits
desiring to donate blood should'get connection may come as a surprise Intellect and personal standing when taking We u It Is, and 'a style that appeals to popular In housing ,
behind what they are attemptIng not as dreamt that it should beTh Next week Cooperative
that is
none the less wel- Imagination An ideal day housing
In touch with their local Red Cross. toe. Successful endings will :o achieve The sort of finest day, when something to materialize hopes and to obtain -

be u glamorous ai they are Thanksgiving celevratlon that Is of great cash or moral valuemay heart's desires the 2Ist.
beneficial on the 20th. Even wpent quietly with the family or find your address Is the Benefit from the inspirationor THIS WEEK IH
when this entail considerableextra with a few select guests with 21st. This should set the tone stimulation that friends and NEGRO HISTORY
MAKE YOUR VOTE work, the pleasure derived the family or with a few select 'for a fine Thanksgiving day for unusual Individuals nave to of-

by all who participate in the guests Is what may be favored the whole family. But we must .fer. Thanksgiving day should Nov. 20, MS Sallie Martin,pioneer singer and organizer; bore,
COUNT DEC. 5 Thanksgiving feast will more in many ways, you know.j.3099W043. also give thanks for blessingsand live up to previous one in providing -

that compensate for it. advantage. th plesures of the tables. Nov. 20,1866 Howard Theological seminary, now Vomt ChJ'J(
t'; so as w sot .80..13.513 '
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MEMBER STAR PAPERS PACE 3
SHIIIIT 18, 1S67. .

1i:: Miss FAMU AttHd&it: Miss FAMU 1967-1968 -- W..41.1'lells Ebenezer Big

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Gerald Ernest Seymour, 4203 Rally Hears
I Katanga Dr. N., 22 and Barbara
I .Yvonne Robinson, 6204 Ptttl- Mrs. Bradham
II lord Dr W.lI.Leonard .

.r c I Mrs. Mildred Bradham, outstanding -
White, 1143 Miltereek social worker and cl*
st., 21 and Patricia Elizabeth vie leader In our community,
seer. Sit '; Cross, 640 W. 30th SL, 19. will be guest speaker Sunday

morning, November 26,, in E-
Richard Lee Wilson 2246 McCoy
beneur Methodist Church.
Bird., 20 and Dorothy Lee This special program will
Watkins, 1528 Logan St., 20. mark the culmlnaUSn of Piecburch'

current financial
AttendantRenda i. *
drive, "The Rally of the
Stat..."
John Edw. Rynals, 616 W.
k Mrs. Bradham, a native oUtlasts -
k .K Beaver St., 37 and Florida
Georgia, now resides in
Beatrice Smith, 616 W. Beaver Jacksonville, and is employed
St., 45.Thornton. with tl'e Public Welfare Depart.

meat as supervisor of social i
1.if Gaines Oliver, 1445 workers In addition to many,
Mt. Herman St., 57 and Flora other social and civic atfiliations. -'' I
; Howard, 1445 ML Herman St., Mrs. Bradham is the- i

5-ei Grand Bastleus of the Zeta Phi
., Beta Sorority roe,

: Other outstanding participants
eta are scheduled to appear on
this program are Mrs. Louella -
Gallon 2161 W.
Jos.
George ,
t.di McBride, noted soloist of
17th St. 22 and Maggie Lee,
our city and the Edward Waters -
Norris 1910 McQuade St. 20.
College Choir under the direction -
ot A. HjUvln Green.
Willie Peterson, 3206 N.
Myrtle Ave., 24 and Lois Smith,
a s....-....',....-. .w-i ...... ..,.- ,. 5646 AbeUa Rd., 19.
clam Whipple, Miss Junior Attendant to "Miss FAMC,;;will Diane Spratllng, a senior elemetary education major at Florida J. McKee, mathematics major at Florida AIM University : Caladium.Ladl
be a member of the Queen's Court when the Florida AIM University MU University, was elected "Miss FAMU" for the 1967- will be a member of the Queen's Court when the Rattlers )
Rattlers meet the Texas Southern University Tigers 68 academic year. Miss Spratllng and her court will reign over meet Texas Southern University in the new Tampa Stadium Lincolnville Hems Prepare For Xmas
In Tampa Stadium on November 23 and when the Rattlers play festivities of the FAMU-Texas Southern University game in on November 25 and during Orange Blossom Classic activities
I In'the Orange Bowl In Miami on December 2. The games are the Tampa Stadium on November 25 and the Orange Blossom in the Orange Bowl in Miami on December 2. Miss Sophomore Maker Club Meets The a1P.dlum Ladles Saturday -
the Tampa Classic and Orange Blossom Classic respectively. Classic in the Orange Bowl in Miami on December 2. Miss Attendant to "Miss FAMU," Miss McKee lists Cornelius Burns November 18, at the home
Miss Whipple Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Willie Whipple Spartling is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Spratling of of 2205 Contentment Avenue,West Palm Beach,as her guardian The LlncolnvUle Home Maker ot Mrs. Ida Lewis, 1492 West

,ot 1477 Grothe ..Street, Jacksonville and a music major. 3165 Carter street, Miami Club meets Tuesday night, No- 15th, at I p.m.
------ -- --- vember 21, at 7 p.m. la the All members are urged to be

BeiitkifBSFta Metropolitan Miss Macedonia Mrs. Bailey Will Host illinoisans home of Mrs.Gertrude Murray, present In order to complete
HELP 8216 Moncrlef ert. Mrs. Maud plans for the Christman party.
I Miss Gloria Jean Garvln, The Owens Illinois Ladles Club'will portant 'meeting and concerns Dell Houston president,Mrs. Mrs. Emma L.Jones is presi-
Meeting CM shown above, was recently FIGHT CANCER meet Saturday at 7.30 in: fruiting plan s for Christman Rose Neal Secretary and Mrs. dent; Miss Hazel Thomas secretary -
Club will crowned Miss Macedonia and the home of Mrs.Odessa Bailey, party all be on December 16.Mrs. Gertrude Murray reporter. ,
The Metropolitan 1532 East 25th. This is an Im- Emma Melton Is
reporter..
JAr MAW._ OH ..resent Mrs_ Edith- JrfUIC otMt thus reigns over activities at the ---------
: Zion Baptist Church in a Macedonia Baptist Church for

The City Wide BeautIcians'Leacue variety of songs at First New the regal year. The new queen
will meet Monday, November Zion Baptist, 7th and Davis, Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs rres and feres--oJComefie.i3t: : : StotrsYJ P rtk.iug I

20, at 5 p.m. at 515 Sunday, a 7.30. The Rev. J. Earnest Garvln of East 21st. .
West Church street According H. Floyd of Sarasota will give .street The young lady is a end-

to the officers, this is a most the inspirational address. !
important meeting. At 2 p.m. He will be Introduced by Daaeon Your Dollars Go Farther at Sears!
John Spencer will lecture on re- G. W. Scott. Mrs. W. D. 7ii i

laxing. All are asked to be pre- Lucas will present the artist, iI
sent for this lesson. Mrs Gladys Vaught will bring
Plans for the anniversary will the observation. Others will
be completed. The annual celebration appear. Mrs. Ethel Bannisterwill I
will be held in the be mistress of ceremonies -

dining room of the Daysrplng rJ I
Baptist church on Monday, November This is a benefit program.
27,at I p.m. Clubs and Mrs. Lucile Mite president.
friends are invited. Mrs. Helen Mrs Edith Jones Is also a
Bullard, chairman, Mrs. Beck sponsor. Choir No. 2 has been eats ot the Matthew W.GlIlwrt 1t*
and Mrs. Flaggs are heading the heard in several recitals recently High School and Is at presen
general committee. An elaborate In the city. eluding at a local business college p-rp Aerlm.t ,

program has been prepare Miss Garvin is a member l
.. of color No. 4 of the church,
Degates have returned from Benefit A .SuccessThe Her runnerup was Miss Dlsree Wonderland of
A to
Toys Cuptureheart
the Southern Regional Clinic. Campbell, daughter of Deacon
They were Mrs. Ethel Lee Eartha M.M.Whlte Benefit and Mrs. Thomas CampbeLL '
Jones, Mrs. Essie Mae Pryer, affair of November 10 was Mrs. Emma Melton is shown I
Mrs. Bessie Carter, and Mrs. a great success, according to placing the crown on the young i She Drinks She Wets
John Spencer These student those in charge. Proceeds from lady's bead. Mrs. Melton was ,
are working toward their Bachelors the affair go to the expansion sponsor The Rev J.C.Roger
degree and will march next program of the Eartha White: Is pastor of the church. .She's on SALE! I

year. Mrs.Calls J.Cones,president Nursing Home.
Baby Contest Sunday Sb.1. "B.by Bintonup. 14-lm. lad mdla .! Regular $6.99
Joy that drinks wok, win teal mn HN. on ,
1 ., .....w.. doll bon
IB Unioi tame her head!Lifelike mi awiepy
Tops A baby contest will be held '', \ .. the
rooted hair ,1.aad an elUlay body
Begonia Club Sunday at the First Born Temple aukoi her Irreelrtibly" ........ ....lIlall,
y ... ..., 499
(23 West Monroe. All singers t draoied la lorn-trimmed flocked 4.
Buturap ". p. ,Imh nhm pillow' with
Meets Nov. 19 arelnvltedtoappeuootheprogram.. Mrs Rosetta Cohenis \ y 'A". iheer ayi... ::,,...
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The Begonia Ladles Club will the sponssr.WHEN. .. V .. '': \ltfir'ly -
meet Sunday evening November e ? ,' GeorgianStyledDoll
19 in the home of Mrs Rosa "
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Evans, 1544 Davia Street,at 3.30 YOUR 4 ? ". p4..1f Houses

p.m. All are asked to be present. SKIN CRIES... i i.. ,. !
Last month's meeting was in ...fb1d.a tO.1lrr..ne. ,Sean Low Price
the home of Mrs.Elizabeth Wilson ...AffMN.
.d ew.nr.nFull
and Mrs. Mlldren Thomas new .. 999Lqalal.
The club will celebrate the
Equipped and Ready for Funl!
twentyseventh anniversary. / ...,. .....IJ! 2+ary doll
Sunday, November 26,from 3:30 koM U richly aVconlnl la Gooriu
20-In. -
vair tftKl have H llv. with In a Spyder Bikes
to 8 at the Mt.Ararat
p.rn. BaptIst awful larmanl .f akin up..t ay )WA | motif Dining room, living
church in the education tee ageniea af Itching af ...rtairlwrin.r.kin mm bedroom and nmlc room
building. All clubs of the Irritatlani PALMCM YOUR a.\, ill completely farablwd.. CwdMMtbnukMMihifulMnin
city "''KIM gUCCISI' OINTMeNT IsMs
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will be invited. The public is prevail way million gat fail, Bo,.' R...... -- for iolly'l: AM."V |.
IM Fold.
portiM.
Leia* relief wha thair skis ..CIIOICE398. t
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invited. .rr.kelp". Aa thla Int.rnitletv R.
Baker E. Morton is the first ally 111m.,.. akin m.d.e.li.s..s.. 11 1
Director th. tolling and Induce, fail if 51 With :
Negro Public Relations Sins Along
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Winning Souls Will of International Union ...,tram bet TuMng f faail miMnee Oaatara yeuM knewaaratcMns CHARGE IT All$.. .B..ol.lns Ch.... Sean Singing New C.pt.in

of Electrical, Radio and machine aa aavaa 'angaram aa. Mifigure infeaUen aa WIN Flamboyant. ......,.colon with matching glilltf "kucUl ? dally Dolls T kiDiI.

Hold Tarry MeetingA workers, AFL-CIO.CLC. :';, :..It..is your.t''mf.rt s.dr ........ _.. "....,.,jUI; Mil.1254*, dick racing treed
He will handle such relations success"1. OlNTMINY PALMS5'e1NIN kelp fear lira, Front heed Wit. in.** mr cooler ...... BigJWln : 79f. ... .
tarry meeting will be held for this hugh organization of mobl yeuf life IIv..", '1.'.. KM nflcelor. Wkmb. .. tnt .tuiWIttira. ... *Mrlninforoj :.wal 7&
Friday night. November 17, at than 100,000 members. Paul M llhrtani.....h rUIng JINI pen...CIooII,
end bw_.... flue ........ dell r.
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8- at the Winning Souls of the s.n;..,CooaV Bawmcnl
p.m., Jennings Is president .. .
SAVE 11.11 Soltold. Don Carrl.ara .1rN 1 I ''
For Christ Mission 825 Broad ::: .:... Sll.r.r.r:. .::
.UnIon. George,Collins is secre- rb aq h.
Lieh"""",, ,......,...NO! _little .........." ,. ,.....end.het.erh .
Street.
tary-treasurer.. w ......r..w..p lor ...awfwga
The Rev. ...... Smith will N.fw.w pC..NI.br1.h1M. w 5 88 L .. ......IT Ie.loll
preach. On Saturday night the JptiaJtJst phidwd..r.n.73.19h.wfdw. -.. ,

Singing Convention will be fea Masons PresideAt @{
tured. Brother Butler is man

ager. Evangelist Lucy M. Coraerstoua
Smith is advisor of the Miss 11


ion.. Carnation Club Laying Swday elll-

The Apostolic Shlioh 1 Holiness SAVE $5.112 Sears 20 Jn.
Meets TuesdayThe Church, 2202 Thomas
Court, will be the scene of a Standard Spyder Bikes ? t's.'u"'! : II Off!Thne""' ,** : "' TTTLt:. Cr. ..BWI>CooJ Incredible. Edibles
Sett MMe Tea Sett fy u. l.
Carnation Circle will meet cornerstone laying Sunday,. .. ..... Irama.low .98 .>jyh.le.n. 5" Appliance g" .........." 3" H Sur' '' uK toilet** flew'*.
Tuesday night, November 21, at November 19, at 3 p.m. laW Regular$3* A sy"Irr not .. .......... S.N. r-- | "1*''
...... mat.Hifkriw JlUroTSiZ kSI..1= T99
lona bucket Sri5irrzl limiW O *
the Youth Center, 29th and, Elder HattIe Mae Williams ............. aaanorr.kM. ... _.r. '| Cir :"'.. '" w. :5 I2TrlSt.i7
Chase, at S p.m. pastor.W. 31Atirarll :
.. Knobby Ira*lllWn.
Mrs. Crossle Byrd, president C. Jenkins Is grandmas.- _,tI... ,
is asking all members to be pre: ter. The Masons will be In

sent, for business of ImportanceMrs. charge.
Crossle Byrd and Mrs. The public Is invited !tJ.cIJ: fj Qi"It
Maude Calloway were hostessesfor (

the lit meeting. Walker College's LJ.,1Se.n I


Semi-Civic Benefit Dance Soft old. Carrion IWijhlful Coogllee T.-T: PUanM rTo.d.Dow. Coaaa Uddlo Uddlea Dbmo*ttrt
b ITaekabla Vinyl Animal Amorlmenl Talk! Deale OM Curds DoO A..wrs.nlOdb
To Be Saturday SmnPnW V* ......... 3" ......... 4.* ImmMee, ae' ._, p*. 1** *-.... ff
Club Meets .. .
The Club'wW bold If you can find Pump Action Bike Saddle BwketaCarrjr .P.r.d. :r.dh..5KIN. r::=:b.bay V". =- rub.:..' =o:.=am.tr.i... C1.re..w till.rs.flfrn.see .. wi: : R I/i '
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The Semi Civic Social cluh will a dance la the Walker Commercial 8" .... 3"
Bourbon.s1 a *
meet November 21 at I p.m. In College auditorium for a better :sNN ...., It.wnrr.e..d
the home of Mrs.Thelma White, the benefit of the Scholarship :areey.r.er..::;ir: ::: 1 You Can't Do Better Than Sean

Ian Ardlcia Road. Last fund. All seniors of local high ? .buy III! ... .. '
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month' meeting was with Mrs. schools, students from the Amerirmnn nBIUNDII'IA r
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Alice Williams. Luncheon was Business College, Edward 1PT.. SHOP AT SEARS AND SAVE IS DOWNTOWN: trend flews AILINCTON.7='U.. ifI+ A'' s. .d.nd IIt...,"t CREINCOVI8FRINCS. m shp h,rowwq
served. The Bib verse for the Waters and Lincoln Business k ITUNH luraefttHm N ma Satla/aetlon earsO liHSI 2614311 se4laoe

next meeting begins with R., are invited. The grand f'WOT W MTUM M,WmTWI art GiuranUod or Your Money. .hack. ruawa.uenu..a.- "" .. ..---.c: :::, :;.:;. V clt1.O ..:_ "' ,!;; -.t:" :=.
Mrs, Elnora Small is president. prize will be a portable TV.




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4JMCS STIR PAPERS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 11, un!
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GilmoreIs Stanton Senior High Alice PhillipsCelebrates Ceicert' Choir Director United Presbyterians Are


Back Principal Heads fund 2nd ( 1.! Warned Of Race Attitudes
Senior High School
Principal Charles D. Brooks of New Stanton "
From Vietnam will serve as general chairman of the Education and Schools NEW YORK: The price to be paid for true Integration. In Amerlcan -
Division for the Annual United NegroCollege Fund Campaign in Year Of Songs churches and in society is much higher than it was tour'

James Footless Gilmore, S/ Duval County for the fourth consecutive year. This announce the Executive Director of the United Presbyterian'
SOT, son of Uri. Dorothy A. ment was made by Dr. Richard V. Moore,president of Bethune Mrs her Alice Phillips will observe Commission on Religion and Race warned last week,

Gilmore, 1752 North Myrtle, Is Cookman College and state chairman of the UNCF and James second anniversary Rev Dr. Gayraud S. Wllmore, suburban areas "will have:to
November 19 at 8
Sunday
visiting with his family, after Cameron, secretary of the Winn-Dixie Foundation and county at the Revelation, Baptist, Church p.m., f fi Jr., addressing the Commis strain every fiber of creativityand
pending one year In Vietnam. chairman of the campaign Mays, school number 3; Ben Fourth and Evergreen sion's Executive Committee, inventiveness to mitigate
Gilmore lea graduated The County Goal for the United the growing resistance to what
Sergeant Durham Jr.,Mrs Delphia Ben- Participants will be Mrs.Wll- added that whether or not white
New Stanton High School and Negro College Fund is nett and Robert Bryraer,school lie Mae devotionals people are willing to pay such a' is happening in the black ghetto
Arthur
hu served with the United $40,000 and the Goal for the Education number 101; Mrs. Helen Roux, Evangelist Andrew ; price "They can no longer hope he said, "and to enlist those
McCall
States Army for the past 10 and Schools Division is 102; Mrs A.M.Espy, Mrs.MXPeterson master of ceremonies ; to control the shape and pace whites: who are ready to engage
He will leave soon for 7500.00 which will be matched ; Mrs. In those activities which
years Mrs G. R. Oliver, Jessie Mae Polke of the struggle for dignity and can
Virginia, where he will be sta by an additional $7,500.00 from Mrs Annie H.Lewis,Mrs.Barbara Boston and Mrs Alice Justice in the ghetto." This support logistically and under,
the
tinned Sergeant Gilmore plans the Winn-Dixie Foundation,Inc. J, Williams, 106; Chester Austin Twins The Bostonettes;The he said, Is because 'white liberal grid financially the monfflzatlft\\
to visit his brother Robbie Eddie by way of Mr.J.E.Davis,Chair R. Covert James Fowler,Sam the McCall Gospel organizations including of the power of !utter clljj
Singers, Soul Revivers
and family InNewOreleans. man of the WIcn-Dixle Stores, uel Turner 107; St. Clair Evans The Pentecostal Choir the white churches,have passed Negroes.
The
Inc Mr Brooks wilibe assisted Mr. A. P. Cook, 124; Mrs. Celestial Gospel Singers, the point where it was possiblefor It will be necessary, he said,'
with this school wide! drive In the Rev. "Church funds,
for
Estelle B. Lovlngood, Mrs. C.L. Telfalr is them to be In the vanguard churcllb.II14InP.
pastor.
GVE TOP I GUT local public schools by many Margaret Powell, Mrs. Alyce of the movement of black people church buying power
principals and representatives Lynch, 128; Edward Benthone, toward their own liberation church investments, churd
n from various schools throughout / Mrs. A. C. Jones, 135; WilliamB. St. John's To from c\l1on1aldomiDaUon" personnel, church power uij
the county. Langley M r s. W. Z. Wea- \ -' The new self-consciousness prestige" to be used on. behalf -?
MS The list of volunteer workers thersbee, Mrs Rubye M. Thomas .and sense.of initiative and Independence of oppressed people.
who have pledged their services 143; ; T. W. Montgomery Celebrate Home f .: on the part of black "It may mean" headdedNtliAthe i
I and support thus far Include: 144; Dr. Arthur C. Madry,Mrs. people>> In the cities "has transformed techniques of nonviolent a1'
|. MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS Mrs Mae B. Jones, Mis I Annie L.A. Smith 145; Charles F. Conning Sunday the civil rights movement rect action like picketing Ud
M. Short and Mrs Iralene E. James. Mrs. Lydia Sweet Mrs. forced a new and painful boycotts will have to be usedagainst -

deborah Mosely, 148; Richard St. Johns' Baptist Church wll honesty between black and churches and cburca
WE TAKE DEALS OTHERS REFUSENo Cook, Miss Gloria Singleton, observe its annual Home Coming whiten" Dr. Wllmore said. leaders themselves. But that>
Waiting -Credit Approved On Spot! 148; Dr. H. James Greene Robert Day Sunday November 26. The executive of the 3.3 mil- will be much more preferableto

DOWN T. Hall, 15Z; Charles D. beginning wlththeSwudayScbopihour Hampton Institute Chior tional race body reported at more drastle alternatives,

MFORDFL,4-DOORV8. . . .$95 Brooks, Mrs. G. B. Snyder, L at 9:30 a.m. length on the work of the past for churhces and Judlcatorj
U MUSTANG 3-SPEEDV8 ..... . .. .$195 H. Grayson, 153; Mrs Edyth A unique program has been ar- years and on the tasks of the headquarters will burn Just as
60 BUICK 225 ELECTRA COUPE .. .. ....$295 Anderson, Mrs. Luther James ranged. The theme for the day. Sings Here November 30The immediate future. The Com- quick as white owned stores and
NEW. Mrs Katherine McClain, 154; "Emphasis on Moral, Social mission, organized in 1963 on a slum tenements and there art
e6 BUICkRIVII f ... :..... ... ...... .. .$395 Mrs. Sadie.Tillis 149; J. H. and Religious Values" Hampton Institute Choir will arrive in Jacksonville' crash-program basis now has people white and black, wjio,,

66 CHV.SFAIFION i WAGON ... .$295 Argrett, Sr., Mrs Doris P. At II ajn. some of the lead- November 29 for the November 30 presentation of a concertat been restructured as a per- are angry enough with the churches
V., AUTOMATIC' I&H, EACK' ON TOP Jones, William Seabrook 155; ers of the city will appear'on the Jacksonville Civic A'jdlorlum, under the sudplces ofthe manent Council on Church and to strike the match
17 FORD 500 J ALAXIE ....: . .. .$195 H.W. Jenkins, Jr., Mrs. Emma the panel, discussing, "Pre- National Hampton Alumni Association the Jacksonville Race, hence this session was It is possible, he concluded

67 CHEVROLETCONDITIONING V8 . .. .. .$195 Glllls, 157; Mrs.E. L. Guyton, paration for Better Living" Branch. the final one of the present Executive that the nation's rhurhces
158; E. J. Jones.159; Mrs A.C. Among them are: Mrs. Sallie This Nationally acclaimed Science from Hampton Committee.Dr. are "completely irrelevant to
67 CHEVTcAPRICE, AIR CONDITIONED .$250 Joyner. 162; R. D. Madison Mathls Attorney Earl Johnson group, originally organized by Institute Degree lifN64, the master of Wllmore noted that the na- this new period of race relations -
67 PONTIAC CATALINA HARDTOP .. .$295 mrs vermel McCone Mrs.. Charles Brooks Rodell Roberts the great R. Nathaniel Dett,has arts degree form New York University tion's tide of I'Dlpathy"lorci- and urban crisis" and
65 CHEVROLET V8 4-DOOR ,. _. . .. .$195, Thlr zah, Sykes,163;Dr.AndrewA. Mrs. Aldonla Joyner Mr. traveled extensively. in 1965, and has done vii rights work began to recede that "It will may be,utile Book
AUTOMATIC. REH AIR' CONDITIONFD ONE OF OUR BUT (UVS
64 CHEVR6LET IMPALA 4-DR. HARDTOP $195 Robinson IBS; Claude 0. Brown, and Mrs Evelyn Ander- Det!'. composition, "Listen further study at New York Uni when the emphasis started of Revelation reminds us, that
(TEE.INO All CONDITIONED. Milliard, Mrs.Johnettee Drown son. Mrs. Thomaslna Owens To The Lambs," has beena versity. shifting from South to North and God has removed our candlesticks
66 FORDGA'L kllE 5001IARD1 OP, 2-DR. ,.$195 Mrs. Joyce Kirkpatrick, 166; will be guest soloist. piece de resistance of the repertoire He has nude personal ap- and West, and that strong con- from Its place and given
63 PLYMOUTH VALIANT .. .li uion. ...$95 George B. Nairn. Mrs. Melton- During the three o'clock hour, of this group. perances as a concert pianIst servative pressures were applied it to the Floyd McKlsslcks,

$5 PLYMOUTH AUTOMATIC 'HtH, FURY I1'\'\PIR... ...... .OF..OAt.. .... $195 la Vaughn, 168; Leroy B. Jackson talented families of the church Hampton, In Hampton Roads in Detroit, Washington. within the church as well. the Rap Browns the hippies!
AUTOMATIC.Vfc RAOIO HIATIK POWIR ITillt. ,AIK COND. Mrs. MJ4. Butler, Mr.N. will be presented. The public is Virginia. has received peat' Philadelphia, Atlanta throughout / Much of the difficulty experience and the thousands of nameless
FULL PRICE FULL PRICE R. Griffin, 169; Mrs S. B. Rai- Invited to attend. acclaim because of this musi- South Carolina and North try the denomination In cop- pvople, black and white, who

59 CHEV. CONV. $195 54 PONTIAC ......$95 ford, 164. Rev A. J. Hughes minister cal aggregation. Miss Dorothy Carolina, as well as with the is inr because with urban racial problems feel utterly estranged from the
for "as a church we dominant middle class Angle-
Maynor some
years among Washington Square Symphony
We Take Deals Where Others Refuse Florida Memorial Plans For Expansion the greatest cpncert artists is ,Orchestra i n New York City were not really in the ghetto Saxon culture of which most
and
Credit Approved On Spot! an ajumi of the school. He bold membership in the our black Presbyterianswere church are so much apart."
Florida Memorial College, 000,000 fund raising drive.. It Sponsors of the concert have; American Choral Directors almost u uninvolved as To handle administrative
OVER 100 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM I now in St. Augustine but readyto will not be designed as, in the : Assn. Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity our white Presbyterians." tions of the agency during, tnt
d, to the new Miami home, past a purely Negro institution. tlmism. the Music Educators Pointing to the future, he cited next two months while the new
S.EVANS3rd will offer course aimed at widespread Courses planned will Include portunity for all of Jackson- National Conference, Phi Mu the newly-established National Council on Church and Race is
I' community; t .According law enforcement, philosophy, ville to hear one of the nation's Symphonia "Fraternity Committee of Negro Churchmen being organized, a special interim
to Representative Ed- juvenile delinquency,sociology, outstanding vocal aggregations Alpha as a"significant development," committee was appointed
ward Graham chairman of the psychology and human rela Roland Carter was listed in 1963 in "W'Jo'sWho adding "
a native of
& MAIN board of trustees, the school tion. Three term Interships Chattanooga will direct the sin in American Colleges and sible, at thisstimemthatnole d- Rev., Mrs. Wilson
will be able to lunch out on its have been planned.The gers. Universities", and in 1967 was ershlp, strategy, or program of

i EL4-8381 OPEN TILL 9:30: P.M. EL 4-8382 own, once it leaves the St. Augustine school now has-the forth An Instructor in the Depart selected standing Young as one Men of of the Ameri"Out a predominantly white churchor -- Hold AnniversaryThe

,I quarter. largest payroll in St. John's ment of Music at Hampton ca". black church establishment, ninth anniversary of Rev
t __ ....__ The school Is engaged in a$10 county Carter received his bachelor of Noteworthy among!: oval directors for that matter, will be able to and Mrs, HX. Wilson .of Pilgrim
of'the Hampton Institute work effectively In the major cities Baptist Church will be

., ,Choir is the late Dr-R. close.without,collaboration Joint planning and celebrated Monday'night,.November I
with the
Nathaniel Dett who took the l 20. .
;I
01.11II baton in 'Internationally .:black cbur .bes.which will be ,"The church is located at jfrl7 1
HOME known as a composer' arranger associated with (the NCNC. Richardson Road.,The celebration -
of folk and religious Denoralnatios which are primarily will begin at J p.m. Rev
found In the middle class S.Stewart is pastor
music, Dr. Dett guided the
ONTGOMERY Hampton Choir to national prominence

e and an outstanding reputation Mt. Bethel Baptist'sHomecoming
WARD for excellence in per-
formance. It was during his tenure -
that soprano Dorothy May- Day SundayAnnual !

nor, famed concert artist,wu a Homecoming Day at Mt., Bethel Baptist Church will be
eaterTM'Bgt, Af SAVE student member of the choir. observed Sunday, throughout the day.
NO MONEY DOWN-NO MONTHLY Other past directors worthyof Superintendent L. CrummeU will be In charge of the Sunday
h special mention include Clarence School at 930.; The morning worship will begin at 11 a.m. The
PAYMENTS TILL FEBRUARY 1968 Cameron White, Noah F. ..rmOll"iD be delivered by the pastor, Rev S.A.Tbomas. The
Ryder Herbert Meals and Henry B.W.Williams choir will sing with Mrs Helen Bellamy and

Smitten. Miss Edith Witherspoon as musicians. Usher Board No. 2 will
Over the years, the choir has serve throughout the
day. \
Signature 4-5 Room ,I performed before royalty, students At 3 p.m. a play "The Mt. Bethel Story" will be presented\ .
musicians and music lovers
Costumes of the early periods of the church will be worn. A
of many European countries count will be made of
families At 6.30: a singing convention
as well as in New York's will be featured -i

Automatic Oil Heater Carnegie Hall, Boston's Sym- Mrs. Lillle Lee Is chairman of the activities. .

phony Hall, the Library of Congress District queens serving this year will be:Mrs Charlotte Grif
in Washington and on fin Mrs. Florence Kelly, Mrs. Pauline Henry Mrs. Rosa Lee
coast-to-coast radio and television Lockwood. Mrs Willie Netta
':....... ..N ......i.......... ...:' With FREE 25 t "- :t programs. Miss Pamela Speights, Miss CrummeU Betty MJJixon, Miss Miss Sarah Vivian R.Walker.Hart,

Tickets for the performancemay and Mrs, Ruth Peterson. ;
I fa. i Automatic be secured from membersof All relatives
t Blower the local Alumi Chapter as former members and friends are expected to
make this day a
great event.Dinner will be served
: after morning
U well as at the door of the evenIng service. '

i Hmrfy; font lighlin. Aut"/ulk Ih.nn.N.t"r: tfT of the recital. ,
fw MI y emu lint "I i .1.\ ... limp ; I
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Q Coootr Acadeav leader Grant' Memorial Trio Evangelist
ObituaryOur _l ,.J. .
,LcKUR NEWS ]1 1.r'., 'fI. t':}, B. Williams In
belaYed, d, P ar tt d .." 'l ,,?I" ,."' Sings At. Sl.Gabrieh' .,
"Cookie" ..
was born to Jacksonvttle. .' ".,(, The Grant Memorial Trio will Second Annual
Florida. She was thecau&bt.r '
be presented to concert: at St.
of the late MOMS and .
'f Evangelist B.a.WiUlams will,
Gabriel's Episcopal Church
Henrietta TABERNACLE BAPTIST 9 : ., c.
Bonner who ,
to it
saw
that! all of their children were, Sunday School at 9:SO a.ra.,with Superintendent C.A. Lawrence ? Sunday afternoon, November 19, have her November second anniversary.Sunday 19 at the.
raised with a wholesome and to charge The lesson will be reviewed by Class No. 9, with Deacon .. at S p.m. ,
,
Queen Esther Church of God to
...healthy Christian background L.C.Watts as teacher.The morning service begins at U a.m. Mrs. UUlam Robinson and the
,:All members of this family The pastor. Rev W.E. Young, wllldellver message. All adult Rev. Charles C.King,outstanding unity 1747 McQuade at I p.m.
Elder Buchman Is
A. lastor.
were ardent workers In the choirs and the senior male chorus and Usher Board No.3 will musicians will also parti
choir. Her leadership In this serve. AU p.m.all youth groups will observe their anniversary. cipate.! These artists will present Participants will be the Soul
.:area helped her become one of Mrs. H.M. Lawrence Is supervisor All youth choirs rehearse classics semiclassicsand : Revivals Harnell Singers,
,the outstanding musicians In Tuesday at I p.m. Prayer meeting is Wednesday night at 730. (* w spirituals. AU are invited. Uvell Stones of Daytona Nalbanlellackson Beach
the: city. The rehearsal for Christmas win be Tuesday at,4:30. The church is located at 9229 Cliftooes, Brother
Moncrief Road West Father T. and Singers Excelsior
MT. TABOR BAPTIST L Vincent Harris Is priest. to- Singers Mrs. Alice Boston and
The Elder Mosto
Sunday School begins at 9:30, with Deacon Jason Brood to charge. Bostonettes,
Also: The Lattlmore Singers
charge The pastor will review the lesson. Couuecratlon takes ,
Mrs. Eloise Cohen Mrs.Chris-
place at 10:45. Deacons and choir members will participate at St. Joseph ME tine Williams Unity, of Faith
U The Overstreet and the assistant
a.m. Rev. H.P. pastor .
..4..t./_ Choir The main speaker win be
pastor wUl be In charge. BTU meets at 9:30 with Deacon Church Expects Elder
B. Hoover, and the Rev.
Brown presiding At 6:30 p.m., the evening worship begins.
RJULambert. The Gospel Express -
A Choir No. I and Usher Board No.m will serve through the day. 1 ',.r J president will be masterof

r.. NEW MT. OLIVECommunion r 4 Guest MinisterThe ceremonies.to secretary.Mrs.Sadie Vapodore -

will be held during the evening hour. The pastor Rev Martin Lurs,former
and deaconswillbelncharge.SundaySchoolwlU be at 9:30, with minister of education at Riverside
Deacon Cambridge charge. The lesson willbe reviewed/ by the Presbyterian chuck will Baptist Wives
Rev. W.L. Glanton, pastor. Morning worship begins at 11 a.m., be a guest speaker Sunday
5' with public consecration. Devotions will be conducted by the mooing, November 19, at the
deacons. The convenant service will be in the hands of the St. Joseph Methodist Church, Auxiliary Will
deaconess board. The Deaconess Board will meet U the church Spearing and Jessie streets.
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at 5 p.m. The combined choirs and the Usher Board No.1 will A: y; : i The service begins at U a.m.

,_.. '. .- serve, with Mrs. William Davis at the organ.Weekly activitiesare The Rev. Golden Smith,pastor Honor Founding
:, ERNESTINE COOK : Tuesday* 7:30. prayer meeting and Bible Study; Wednesday will be In charge The public
Choir No.2s rehearsal; Thursday at 7:30, Choir No.l, A w< is Invited. The Baptist Ministers Wives '
':', Ernestine--PCookle"-Qra Friday at 7:30, Gospel Chorus;Saturday at 4 p.m. Choir No.3 Alliance of Jacksonville and

,,'j dusted from Bethune Cook. Rev. W. L. Glanton, pastor. Allendale Baptist' 'and Vicinity win celebrate the
: 23rd anniversary Monday November
:'man College. After graduation ,
20 at 7.70 P.m.1n the
,
BAPTIsT'
COLOSSIAN
she met and married Mr.
,' .JOng W. Cook. Mr. Cook was Sunday School begins at 10 a.m. with the superintendent In Plans For Services West Union Baptist Church Acorn -
::also Interested In music. charge Morning worship begins at 11 a.m. Evening worship T : and Logan,Rev.A.F.Cura-
"From this onion,one daughter, begins at 6:30. The pastor the Rev. R.J. Crawford wW deliver The Allendale Missionary mines pastor.
Gwendolyn, was born, but died both sermons. District No.1 wlllhold Its meeting at the Baptist Church announces plans The public Is Invited: Participants .
.\.at an early age. church at 3 p.m. Friends Day will be Sunday November 26, for the week. will be: Mrs. S.M.Gat-
,.' : The Cooks decided to go to and will honor Rev. and Mrs. Crawford. The church Is located: Sunday School will begin at 10 son, Rev. W. .Peoples, Rev.
at 1154 W.C.Murray, Mrs. Eliza R.P.
31st.GRACE begins
a.m. The morning worship
...,Philadelphia."Cookie" studied While at Temole there! ;. II' .... ,..' at 11 a.m.The message will Wise, Mrs A. Odom, Mrs.SL.
MISSIONARY BAPTIST ..i A' .M. be the Rev W. Badger. The nattors will be
University specializing 1 n '" given by pastor.
,Tymnology. She was a student Services start with the Sunday School at 930. Deacon Clinton The ladles are among those making the sixteenth annual convocation of the Apostolic Church W.TUley. Mrs. S.L.Badger. The theme
:' ..of voice under the guidance of Jamos will be In charge. The lesson topic will be reviewedby of God In Christ a success Mrs. Long, left Is president of the Parent Teachers Association On Wednesday night choir rehearses the pagent will be "Women of
the famous Miss Marlon Anlerion. the pastor, Rev. B.F. Brown.The morning worship begins at Mrs. PhlUls Daniels seated, Is vice-president. Mrs. Washington standing is a patron. Mrs. at 7 30. Mr. Harmon the Bible" Mrs, CJ.Wmiam
'. ;/ 11 a.m., with the choir! and Usher Board No.l serving. The Parsn's seated right is an instructor In Cooper's Academy, at the same location. Bishop is director. The church U located is president, Mrs. D.B.Barnes.
,r. Ernestine and King, her bus- Choir will accompnay thepastor to Redeem Baptist Church at Cooper Is founder and organiser of the church located at 2023 Benedict Road. The sixteenth at 24th and Grlll.Jal(!! chairman of publicity
.;land, wanted to di something 3 p.m. District No.3 will hold a meeting at the church at 12:45 annual convocation will end Sunday night, following c"u.ecraao..readlne of appointments and
about the musical life of the p.m. On Saturday November 18, Choir No. 2 will meet at the the presentation of tl the prelate's annual address. All are invited. True Church Plans
: 'young people to Philadelphia. church at 9 p.m. to reorganize. Mrs. Charlie Mae Brantley
Together will supervise. Prayer meeting will be he Id Tuesday$ t.Choir Big Friday Musical
they founded the True Hearts Will Celebrate FoundingThe
'Philadelphia Young People's No.l will rehearse. The church is located at 130S21sf.:: > Bishop Cooper Reads
.Choral Society.The purpose of West Jacksonville True will be: Mrs. Willie Mae Tlsby; The choir of the True Church
this group was "to give our BETHLEHEM BAPTIST Hearts Club will celebrate the Kermit Little, Garfield Peterson : of the Living God, 1401 Tyler,
young people a better prospective Sunday School begins at 9:30: with Superintendent Eugene Saw Appointments. Sunday thirty-first anniversary Sunday Mrs. Isabelle King Mis:s will have a program Friday
'., of life and let them know yer In charge. Mrs Llllle Webbert will assist. The morning Church November 26, at 6 p.m. in the Geneva Tasker The Jackso n November 1'7. at t pjn.
that people are concerned service begins at 11 a.m. Dinners will be served after the Bishop M.C.H. Cooper Commander of the Apostolic Community Baptist Church,Baker Singers, Mrs. Vista Thomas: Various churches and choirs
about their problems. Music morning service The Pastor's Aid Club will observe its ann- of God In Christ, with offices at 2032 Benedict Road will deliver and DeCotte. Mrs. Daisy B.Sykes, The Sha: will be present. Refreshments
provided; the outlet for Ivbrsary at 3 p.m. Evening services begin at 6 p.m. The officers the annual sermon and address of this sixteenth annual Among the many participating dowettes. will be served.
proper
at 8 at the church.At .
confab Sunday night November 19. pm.
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will be Usher
this activity This Idea grew Installed. Board No.3 and Senior Choir
rapidly. Three branches: were will serve during the day. The Rev. A. Anderson Is pastor. the same time Bishop Cooper Bible teacher for the adult
established to Pld1a elphla. Mrs. Vivian Wilson is reporter. will make appolntmeats for class.
The Choral Society gave concerts the year consecrated and reveal Sunday at 11 a.m. Deacons W. Does Coca-Cola
to raise money for NEW REDEEM BAPTIST CHURCH agenda plans for the next Clark and R. McNalr will pre
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scholarships for worthy music Anniversaries for the church and for the pastor w2 terminateat church year. Among these will sent a program. This will honor .
'I ,-students. When the scholart 3 p.m. Sunday November 19. Ministers charge will be theRe be the completions of the schedule the founder Bishop C.H.Coo-
'ship Idea developed,Philadelphia ,. Browu'and the Rev H.T. Dverstreet of Grace Baptist for the next convocation, 'per. The grand march will be have the taste i
saw the beginning of the Church. Other services will be as usual. Sunday school will be possibly In Virginia f led by Evangelist.M.Pearson. .J.:
West Philadelphia Civic at 9;30 with Deacon J.H. Washington charge.The lesson will On Wednesday night, Mrs. A platform speaker service
,League. be reviewed by the pastor Rev. Norman. Morning worship Cooper presided over the Missionary will take place at 3 p.m. tired of?
Upon the death of her husband will be at 1130 with the deacons In charge In 193S, "Cookie" decided No. 2 and Usher Board No,2 will serve throughout the diy. Mrs. night the Women's Department the annual address of the
that/ her mission was to Jackson: will be In charge of music District No. 6 will meet at presented a mamota program founder.
continue the effective work 4:30 p.m, at the Church. District No. 7 will meet at the homeof Evangelist A.M Pearson was a I
that they had done together.She Mr. Lee Stevens oo East 30th all p.m. The evening worship special guest. Services tonight Benevolent Group
went on to train and direct is at 6 p.m. Both sermons during the day will be delivered by will highlight the young people 'Is it always refreshing?
choirs throughout the city.She the pastor. The church is located at 1614 30th. Mrs. Dessie Missionary D.Cooper Is ,the Will Be Friendly
Ward Is reporter.
directed choirs at Reeves Memorial

Presbyterian Church, Virginia Union Church GuestThe '
Camphor Memorial Methodist CENTRAL CME CLURCH
: Church John Wesley Methodist Stewardess Board No.3 of the church will celebrate fourth Independent 'Benevolent
: Church and Mt. Zion anniversary Sunday, November 19, at 3 P.m.,1n the church aud Choir Reddled Association will celebrate on Do things go better i
A.M.E. Church,Devon,Penna. itorium. The Rev. M.H. Bonn, presiding elder d the Jacksonville November 19 at 3 p.m., In the
She directed the Women's district, will be the speaker. ,All stewardesses and deaconess Friendly Baptist Church audi
;,Chorus at Camphor for many boards are Invited to attend. The public Is also Invited. For Music TourThe torium. The Rev. B.H.Hartley Coke
,.,eara. She pioneered In bringing The church Is located at First and Davis. Mrs. Evergle CokerIs will speak. Members should with
the best music to the president; Mrs. Clarice Baker Is Chairman of programs. Virginia Union University meet at the church 19th and IUN.-..
"The Rev. Merriveather Concert Choir Is on it annual Fairfax at 2 49! Rev C.
M.C. Is pastor. : p.m.
churches where she
served.
mld-western tour. The 3 weeks 'Culver:; to grand president; after Coke after Coke?
She was also a tremendous tarsplratlon -
MT. SALEM BAPTIST-USI West find Street tour covers 10 states and cities. I.M. Fleming public relations
to those who follow. Sunday School at 9:30 Superintendent! Jack Green in charge. Comprised of thirty-seven ,chairman. ......-. ..........
,ed her. la her later years The lesson topic will be reviewed by the pastor. The morning voices, the choir travels on the
Cookie" directed the"Trebblettes" devotions will be at U a.m., with Deacons A. Wilbert and C. average of 5,000 miles a year ** ****
a choral group composed Calhoun In charge Choir No.1 and Usher Board Nol will serve U an ambassador of goodwill '
of young adults. The Rev. Tony Neal will bring the message. At 3:30: P.m.' for the 102 year-old University. .1i ARMY M photognpher nt/ilint/ Mel Dhon Let him tell tea
.r "Cookie" made her mark in the pastor the Rev. Rogers, will be honored with an appreciation Concerts are given In cities Write,Mr, Mel Oxon, ,P.O.480RRadioCfty/ Station New York,N.Y.10019
the music world. Many of herS "Musical. Deacons George Tucker and Jack Green will where support of the university : RESERVE r
students became famous.They .be In charge They will be assisted by Mrs Delores Wrightand Is great.The tour also serves
I;.ever forgot her training and Miss Viola Johnson. The evening devotions will be at 6 to attract prospective students. *** *

YTreturned often for'construc-- p.m. The Rev. OleO Wilcox will bring the message. On Tuesday _.
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5;live criticism. night the prayer meeting will be hell On Wednesday night -
5 When she Joined Camphor Choir No. 3 will rehearse. Choir No.l rehearses on Thursday
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Church which she lovel dearly night. Mrs. Catherine Simpson, reporter; Rev. W. 0. Rogers, I
she worked faithfully with pastor. Howell .Funeral It
toe of the circles of the Wo- t
man's Society of Christian Gateway Barracks No. 3131 +4
'Service. Our loved one had a II

_,deep responsibility to Cod,her Ladies Will Meet' SaturdayThe Home
and her church there- I
j family Ladles Auxiliary to Gate-
tore all who knew her felt the year 196667. Membership p
Barracks No. 3131 Veter
Influence of her spiritual way are now due. All dues must be (iir
of World War I.UJS.A. will t
training through her example. ass old the paid bfore December 31. New 5S79 Moncrief' Road
regular meeUnrSatIU'-
She will be sadly missed iy all members are asked to be present
who knew her. They will miss day, November U, at the Joe H. for all members of the
J ames center at 2 p.m. AU Veterans Families of World
bearing her sing "Sunset and U Hoar Ambulance Service
.fibers and members are expected War I welcome at meeting
Evening Star" and 'Ibe Love art our -
of God; ," to attend. The election at all times. The building
: She leaves to mourn-two CI if Officers wttl be held at this drive is now to progress and
e
brothers, Mr.Edwin Conner of ime.: All commlttles are asked each member Is sued: to help : t
,New York, and Dr. Jeremy JJ: o make final reports for the the effort to secure Ice /home. Serving All Faiths

Bonner of Florida; aa adopt. I .", _
n.ed daughter Mrs. Verona
COST'Face
t Epruell of New York; three 'LOW l Convenient' Location diltft

i,sisters-In-h w. Mrs. AnnieWatsoa _
,, and Mrs. Alice Joseph .-.......... LN"MI .....'....r' 1N-........- MN-M MMNY.I ,'1If New York, and Mrs. Con Lifting Of Your Home
Taylor of Florida; two Goddaughters

:I I .bin. and Mrs., Vida HarrUese Louise Cor Du- "TOOR ,ROME IS OUR CONCERN"'R..I You know it. It's your best

, R!ant Miles of Philadelphiawhom
she nurtured and loved Carprts, Ttrckis refreshment
Facilities buy.
Ample Parking
as her very own; other relatives
and 1DU1.lIWIJfrlendl. his Ail ttKral Bow

"Cookie" Joined the Heaven
ly Choir oo Thursday,October. Additions Are Our Specialties 765-6664 76S2054Lewis
.ZI, 19 '7. Her wish would be
that all of as would continue to
sine the Hymns of Zion until We Will Finance Up 'To J. Howell L.f.D.
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aA of u met-above.
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Sorrowfully The Family.
7 YearsCALL

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And Combo Make Part Of Miami Pleasures

MIAMI BEACH, FLA. VacationerI arriving In Miami Beach

Melody At J.U 7f now discover themselves in the midst of autumn holiday pro-
tram that will grow week by week to a colorful, musical, sports
t Dlann Warwick came to Jacksonville ful climax in the Christmas-New Year Orange Bowl festival

University last week, n Football is a feature now, just may not be devotees of the grid,
presented a melodypacked u it will be then, but hose who iron may enjoy such activities
program of one hour and fortyfive as sightseeing, big-game fish
minutes of beautiful ing, swimming, horse and grey
sic, kept an overflow audienceat Beach bound racing, golf, tennis, con.
rapt attention and,at the end- certs, the night clubs and t host
i made 8lIImPre.sI0ll.With of other diversions from skin
tegrated audience which wouldbe ShortsMIAMI diving to sailing
bard to equal. This Friday evening (Nov 24))
Miss Warwick, supported by a in the Orange Bowl the University .
thoroughly expert combo also BEACH, FLA.Early of Miami meets Notre Dam.
Integrated wearing a creation r. day housewives in this subtropical in a tilt between teams that enjoyed *
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suited to the mood of the evenIng area did much of their grocery high preseason ratings,

showed what can be done buying from peddlers were upset early, and now art
4 with a composition. Mist War- bringing in fresh produce from making an Impressive comeback
wick, further, without fantare, the land and sea: stone crabs, ..
k made of each offering something t green turtles, lobsters, fish, More football to come include.,
to be remembered. mangos, bananas, avocados and the Miami Dolphins of the American *
Apparently Miss Warwick's various vegetables. Football Ltagu

recording are nationally received o i against Buffalo Nov. 26, Sin
for, with students from MIAMI BEACHFhA.Fresh Diego Dec. 10, Boston Dec 17
over the nation, every area was water rising Is enjoying a substantial and Houston Dec. 24. The U. of
represented in the audience. rise with the maturityof M. plays Its season's final

One of the best numbers, we three hugh conservationaresa ,against the University ot
felt, wls Miss ,Warwick's appealing in the Everglades west of Florida Dec. 2 In a top Intra
"Ob Yeahhhh was Louts Armstrong eommeat when M President Berry Jr. holds
emotional rendition of Cordy a special plaque presented him by United founda Miami Beach. Good catches of
received the first copy of Us bew biography from Oil Pubs, tion for having made "outstanding and unique contributions to the 1967 Torch Drive" The state rivalry.
Here black bass reported Is
'love. not
are regularly
only was Thoroughbred racing a rwgut
merchandising of Children Press Inc. "Satchmo"Joins Motown Prexy for Diana
manager there an appeal for understanding arranged Ross and the Supremes to star in the United Foundation'sspecial with beam and pickerel r afternoon feature at Tro-
such other luminaries as President John F. Kennedy, appeal film Gordy was cited during a UF dinner attended
gala victory by 1,2000 person This Is
but the music Itself fishing
the adding variety. pical Park,across Biscayne bat
Leonard Bersteln Babe Ruth General Douglas MacArthur at Detroit's Sheraton-Cadillac
Hotel many ofwhom had contributed significantly to rals-
with less than hour's drive from
an
and Industraillst Henry Ford in the Initial publlslag phraseof harmony, were resonant ing $27.5 million to break all Torch Drive records here via the East-West expressway
the 20-book "People of Destiny" biographical: series. the same feeling. (this seaside city. Greyhound racing is held night
Each is vallable in entire seriesIs The charmingly: artist has ly at the West Flaglet Kennel
biography a bookstores. The
available to schools and libraries on a subscription: basis a way with an'audience. Miss FAMU Players Messengers Of Soil club, will be movedtothe Miami
Warwick knows when and _.
for how Beach Kennel club Jill 3.
$3.04 each
or Individually for $3.38 each.
to get thousands to warm up, While visitors can depend upoe
I F Litter doesn't throw itself away; litter oesn't by what is known as audience Stress Drama a'r nI A an excellent menu of night club
I participation. And yet, Miss y entertainment all through tilt
Just happen. People cause it-and only people Warwick remains the artist,the For New YearFlorida __ r I fall and winter, added tidbits
delineator of songs The simple v art 03 hand in the field of serious
can. prevent it "People" means you. interior of the university gymnasium MM University Play- 'ft music and legitimate the

Keep America Beautiful. was virtually .<<*.'. makers open ed their 1967-68 ater. Nearfuture concerts In.
formed into a hall ofmusJC-T season on November! 12,13and elude the Miami Beach Symphony -
Miss Warwick becomes engrossed 14 with a production cf two plays Dec 10 with Leonid Ham-

Your professional beautician in her presentation but, by Douglas Turner Ward,which bro as guest ytar at the piano
at the same time, gets over the won the coveted Vernon Rice and Jan. 7 with Marl Tsumun,
knows the answer central of whatever It is. and Oble Awards. violinist, as guest The Greater

Though apparently affected The plays were directed by : Miami Philharmonic will be
I, slightly by the varying temperature Carlton Molette and the costumes heard Dee; 3 and Jan. 14. Rudolf

I of the gymnasium beau- and makeup are supervised Flrkusny, pianist, is special .
., teous Miss Warwick let nothing by Mrs. Sandra Rackley. tT t\ guest for the first program .,

;::M ;.: stand In t .e way. Frpmthe low. Qther plays to be presented and,Leonard<< Roses! cellist 1.for
tr est range of the vocal to the during the season by the Play the second. : 1 j
higher notes the young lady was makers are as follows "The All"concerts are fin Miami (
i i In complete command Crucible" by Arthur Miller, Beach auditorium. 1

I In other words, Dlann Warwickis January 23, 26, fend 2", 1968, Vacationing golfers still win "C
Why does some hair'breakoffwhencombing' tops as an entertainer. She directed 5y Mrs. Rackley: Negro ;;- \.4 t have the two 18-hole Miami i
goes through an evening with History week Production _., Beach municipal courses on (
?I such style and savolr faire as three one-act plays February .j which to play dally, u well u ,
to make one wonder why more n, 1968 written and directed by the par-three, nine-hole links
I and more songs could not be Dr. SJlandolph Edmonds, Experimental They will have a pleasant surprise 1

sung. We, therefore, compliment Threatre Project a, f in the newly renovated I
Your hair is precious and delicate and none of like to Jacksonville
us see University plays, directed by student directors Hti Normandy Shores course that c
it break off for any reason Scientists tell us that excessive use for choosing only the best, and March 7, 8, and 10. 'has been remade into one of thi 1
of hot combs and over-processing of hair with chemicals often this Include the John White sportiest In the area. Greens r

are major causes of brittleness resulting In hair breakage. But saga. We look forward to Miss fees are $5, or $3 for the short
hair that Is naturally curly and tangles easily frequently breaks Warwick's return, to the return Afro-American. course. .

off in everyday combing, Notice how irritated your scilp becomes of that fine combo, and to another Fishermen! coining in during

when you comb in contrast to the way your beautician doe;1 capacity audience. Really, Suggested As ,. the next few weeks will be on
Your professional beautician knows that curly hair mats and you Should have been there I l ", 1'. "I" !'W.J' hand for the best sailfish period
tangles so easily that it should be softened Jr ; "jh. J .
( before
combing. :#. of the year, if past exper ;
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Otherwise unnecessary Irritation to the scalp and damage to Government Is New Race Name" --- lence holds true.King mackerel I
the shaft and ends of the hair occurs. To achieve this needed Afro- merlcan is the Gladys Knight and the Pips, star entertainers of the Motown Record Corporation take timeout also should be in good supply, j I

softening and a temporary relaxing effect that prevents break. Ready To Hit name being bantered arcjndthe new from their busy concert and night club appearance schedule to enjoy the out-of-doors. along with Spanish mackerel, .' .
age on all human hair (including wigs), most beauticians rely country at the moment The fabulous group is headed for London and other major cities in the United Kingdom on a and white marlin should start to J
on Clairol' Hair.So.New' as a promotional tour. Their latest hit records are"I beard it through the Grapevine "
spray-on creme rinse. For combing change in the racial Everybody show. Many other species of
ease and for beautifying your hair In many other ways, trained 'Northern Bias of the present Negro.designation Ebony reports -I Needs love" Their first Motown Album entitled "Everbody Needs Love" also is being hailed course are present Including: ; 1,

beauticians stock a complete family of fine Clairol products for WAKINGTON, DC School segregation that considerable argument ,by critics as "delightfully soulful." boneflsh, weakfish, channel l
your specific needs.
In the north will be and someembarassraent, bass, snapper, grouper and
Visit your expert hairdresser, who cares about ycpr hair care Big Teachers NAACP Banquet bonito.
and bit by government agenciestoon: has been engendered: the pros City Negro
your comfort. Whatever
the nature of your hafr problems, according to latest press re and the cans Nothing has been' Hotel rooms still are plentiful
only your professional beautician knows the answer for sure. leases. More than 2000 school decided. Want UnionNEW Held Recently and low fall rates will bold until

eCl.lrollno.1967> Courtesy ClairolInc. heads will be asked to answer According to the magazine,the Separate The NAACP Dec. 15-20. After that date

questlonnarles sent out by the group supporting a change says YORK Increasing militancy among Negro teachers held the annual banquet, Jacksonville there will be an increase that
yester- still Is below
government, in order that specific that the word Negro still retains In big cities across the United States is leading to demands day. Proceeds from the banquet mals mid-winter nor
information the aftermath of and reservations are sug-
may be-re the for separate but equal power in running the schools Ironically, will go to the support of the local gusted
I
vealed to slavery taste.
as segregation the the move comes thirteen after unit
the and
6917661u I north. This will tie in with the Another group wants to continue -no"aw8A...w'--cvs.-MM. .A. ...... 'iu__.._},. .u.years.;UWIe.__._ Supreme Court the national
Desegregation Act of 1964. the present name, seeing The growing trend toward '
II Segregated schools, will not it as "euhphonlous." Several voluntary apartheid is revealed In Detroit, Mrs Grace Boggs,

I be a part of the queries. Hew, organization have been especially in the current issue of Education chairman of the new Black
.
10 say Llbassi, chief of the division vocative for the use of News-the new biweekly Teachers Conference, born after swotOX I..... t "ONC 011 1 r.., <.
cannot attack In that the word Negro. The National this fall's strike,said."The
news magazine for "A UVIN* ......ir. pa, ,
aim of the Conference Is to TM1 Uvltn"
area,because of the .nonexistence Conference of Black Power Is school administrators.
of laws 'one. The magazine points out that influence Negro teachers RANGE FUNERAL HOME
parents and children to think
at the same time militant Negro .
black. B7S7N W 17TNAV-.NOB
:
teachers are calling for
Militancy among Negro teachers M. ATHAL.IK RANGE
J ;.. p.cmmmu: Ulde professional separation, the .. N. T"'C..ItANOK
easy IS is still In the early stages. OWN .. .
National Education Associationthe / .. D'[....[... av MANAN.vNeA
Most less
organizations arc
.
AUTO INSURANCE SERVICE 15% DOW" nation's largest teacher organization rYNM OIMOTM
than a year old. Their mem
SHELL'S CITY heuth bw) is trying to merge bership is small-but growing
A N.w,1rh AVE a attl. ST. white and black affiliates in in all parts of the country. .
the South.
I-! seed. _:.IanUIIUt. And the groups are In touch
Leslie J. Campbell, a leaderof with each other, in New York, Johnnie Ann'sShopping :
New York City's dissident !
.
AfricanAmerican Teachers Chicago, Detroit, Newark and
m on the West Coast.EDUCATION 'r
Announcing The Grand Opening .Of Association, revealed to Edu- NEWS is pub-
cation News that a committeeis
lished by Magazines for Industry Center I
already planning conferenceto II

I 1ta'/ct/ M triutah, i in.kotti J fiatf; the consider KEA or disaffiliation the American from Cowles, Inc.Education, in cooperation Corporation.with I

Wigs Wiglets & WIG FASHIONS Federation of Teachers. !
: tk fauwfMud Officials of both the NEA and Foncanl MarchTo j
of anil. ,
the AFT deny knowledge of help keep feet on the go i
:, I II Switches Ko Money any mass movement to forma wear locks that fit Change them 2994 N.W. 46th St.
& separate Negro teacher corps every day, and wash the dirty pair t
TM that might drain membership with soap or detergent suds Also,
I I from the two national take an extra footbath when feet
i t Down 'US Per.Week unions
are extra tired. I
.
As with most Negro organi Groceries.Meafs.Vegetables
sations the new teacher groups Five morning minutes In the .
bathtub will refresh a child far
experience Infighting between !
more than five extra minutes In

"Wh.,. .service begins and never ,n||" 1 li m I.T.Bipirtmt. trat faction radicals and will moderates.dominate Which the', bed.To snap your reluctant scholar i i

Three locations to Stir planned conference 1* still in ,out of drowsiness, suggest a quick BEER I VINE TO (0 _
serve you: 5 doubt However, ATA decided tub bath In warm soapy water i if.
f !' 0 S E. Rat!*! not to support the United :followed by a ('OOllhowlr. Finally,
: Miaul Oft.l,<4 t pfrUt lied FlirUiMm Federation .of.Teachers, New, i a brisk toweling will stimulate i s
I I York lockal of the AFT, during. 'circulation, leaving him or her Free Dtliwy. Plat 834-S15S .* :
3)7.31.5 the school strike in S ptember. :feeling ready to face. the day's '.

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- ---- 17028; Negro Students Won Scholarships Ranging From $1,000 To $6,000




35,000 Competed; Ford Tuskegee Grid Gets Business Needs Trained Workers


Foundation Gave SupportEVANSTON Bronze Star Award WORLD NEWS


: ILL. Names of 1,028 finalist In the fourth National Major J.H. Smith, Staff Ac-
of
countin and Fianance Officer
Achievement Scholarship Program for outstanding Negro Amarlllo Air Force Base DAR ES SALAAMNPThe government-owned Tanganyika
students were announced Monday by John M.Stalnaker president Texas was awarded the Bronze Electric Supply company Ltd., has been granted a $5.2 million .
of the National Merit Scholarships ranging In value from Star Medal, for outstanding and loan by the World Bank to finance the Installation of some
$1,000 to $8,000, depending on their need. meritorious service while ser 21 megawatts of diesel generating facilities in the Capital on

They were elected from over school recommendations,. and ving 12 months In Vietnam.Con the Indian ocean and In Meansa on Lake Victoria. This installations
35,000 Negro students from other Information submitted by current with the award, Major are expected to provide sufficient power for the country's
more then 4,500 schools nation the students. A test of educational Smith received a regular Commission needs until earlyl97LSHORTLIVED

wide. About 3,500 candidateswere development was part in the Air Force.A .
nominated directly by of the assessment battery. native of Selma, Ala. and FREEDOM
their schools and an additional Names of the commended students a graduate of Tuskegee }fasti- MONOU ZAMBIA .(NPI>-Mrs. Alice Lenshlna, self-styled
1,000 endorsed for candidacy were sent to all VS. tutte as Chief Finance and prophetess of the banned Lumpa sect who disappeared from
by their schools after request- accredited colleges and universities Accounting, Vietnam Regional Kalago last Oct. along with 48 members of her last sect.
log consideration on the basis in September. Further Exchange in Southeast Asia The prophetess has been under restriction, following release
of their scorn on the National information on each Finalist while serving a tour duty.While from the Bwubwa jail in September 1965. She led membersof
Merit Scholarship 1 Qualifying will be sent to tile colleges he being exposed to hostile forces the Lumpa church in a "holy war" in Independence from

Test. has indicated a specific Interest Major Smith was cited for demonstrating Great Britain.
Selection committee members in attending. These reports help professional ability
with previous experience In colleges their efforts to locate sound Judgement and great REPRESENTATIONUNITED
Achievements Program selections talented Negro students enthuslam in overcoming pro-
said that the 1967-6S can according to Lane. blems associated with duties. NATIONS->-Seven out of the 29 members recently
didates were academically "Many colleges,"'Lane said named to the UN Commission on International Trade Law represent .
stronger than those In earlier "have expanded their school Independent African nations. They are Congo-Brazza,
programs according to Hugh W. visiting program to Include the Nigeria, Kenya, Tunisia,Ghana, UAR and Tanzania.Their terms '
Lane, director of the program. and commended students con: Meredith Will will begin next Jan. L '
"Greater academic strength This Improves the students f hJ
was apparent in all sections of chances for college admissionand Run For Office TERRITORIAL AGREEMENT

the country' Lane said. for.financial aid -
The 1968 Achievement Scholars Financial need is not considered TOKYO.-(NPQ-Under an agreement reached this month bet "
to be announced next March In selecting Achievement SPRINGFIELD MO. i Civil ween the Japan and the U.s.. Okinawa and the Ryukyus Islands
will be chosen from the finalists and scholarships winners Rights Leader James Meredith, are to revert to Japanese control by 1970, while the Booms
finalists. Two hundred National does govern bow much I speaking at Southwest Missouri may be given back outright. That will leave Japan still
Achievement Scholarships financial help a winner receives, State College told an audience the return of its northern islands, seized by Russia at the end
are underwritten by Ford Foundation Starting with information sup he will run again for congress of World War II.
grant funds "Viinpni awards plied by the candidate and his from the Harlem district that "
are provided by spon family the student's need is elected Adam Clayton Powell ESCAPE TO NOWHERE +y
sors. In the 1967 program 55 calculated on a formula which Meredith now In the Columbia ALGIERS-(NPO-Molse Tshombe former premier of Katanaga -
sponsors underwrote 89 Achievement takes into account such factorsas University Law School, will province and later of Congo-Kinshasa, finds that he can't \. rbsoar
Scl>.plarshlp.. family income and assets, enter politics. Meredith is the win them all. Although the Algerian government decided aganlst
To keep the finalists group otter children in college unusual first recorded Negro to graduate extraditing him to Congo to face execution for treason he still
representative of outstanding expenses debts, and the from the University of Mis- must remain Imprisoned in an army barracks outside the capital .
Negro students throughout the cost of attending the college slppl. but he still has his life.

country each of four geographic chosen by the students. The sum
regions was allotvd a number each winner receives is not
Disciss Afro Aer.rk. Relations
of finalists proportional to made public.Achievement. .,
Its Negro In the 1960 Scholarships area .
population
.
__ __ Ji'.M- .tr1'r _
sot of educational Insurance ""- '-'" :
census. State with the highest s
number of finalists their regions since the award can be adjusted yj :'
are New York ( ) and If family finances change mark r M r
Ohio (51) In region I; Maryland edly while the student Is is col-
_
(62)), Vriginla (61), District of leg*. Scholarships are guaranteed
WI 1 .
Columbia (56)), and North Carolina for four years"as longas ti ttIIIAA r
(51)) in region II; Texas the student maintains normal -

(72), Louisiana (56)), and North progress toward a bachelor's
Carolina ((51)) in Tennessee ((53)in ) degree in an accredited college _
region III and California((53)in ) or university in the United

region iv ((34)). States. p A .
Finalists were chosed by a Students may compete simultaneously ''' ''' 'v-v-
cpmmleett from among 3,000 in the Achievement The Rumble Oil Company believes In trained emplI .... Therefore, the company spares no

Commended Candidates. Results Program and the National Me- pains as to malntaing a complete and comprehensive training program. Above top Edward'
of a two-hour assessment tit Scholarship Program both t t / A. Parrish, atralnlnginstructorlslnstructlngpotentialemployees in the matter of merchandising I
battery taken by all commended which are administred by dn y 5, / and maintenance Upon graduation, satisfactorily, these employees were given Jobs.
students were available to the the Merit Corporation but may r 1 D I. ,.'SR Three processes are easily recognizable: class work, pratical work and per-dlem labor.
Finalist selection committee not be awarded scholarships by .
b

along with academic records both.The Achievement Program I \ ) Firsts WHEN YOU ARE III

Negro
was created by a $7 million I t ,
ILESSIN.S! BLESSING Ford Foundation grant to National + ; You Seek -The Best Doc

t The man born with the gift.R .. Merit Scholarship! CM. In South Get tor. When Your Doctor ,
,
... Roosevelt Franklin of Ma- potation In 1964. /' Prescribes. Get Experienced -, i w

..on. Georgia. It is through God y \' Y/ I pharmacists
all evil w"_ r r j Varies Posts
conditions
that I remove
can Urban Leag.ua ii. .i tx1 Ikt 1 According to Your '
some questions you may + 'P
wish to know. Honors Coast tar D.'. W. Ferguson Democrat, Doctor Orders we y
Use Only The Best
DO YOU NEED: MONEY? p is th e first Negro elected to
the Legislature since Quality Drugs.
'm MY SICKNESS 'NATURAL? Union Leader "'' Virginia C. E. BLACK. Proprietor,
Reconstruction
CAN MY HUSBAND STOP GAOMESYILLE: TEXAS: African-American pouncai relations comes In for discussion by Days.
DRINKING? NEW: YORK -(NP1)>-.\ West University of Florida specialists on political science and African studies as they greet Ethio- Robert Clark, a Mississippi 5 Registered Pharmacists To Serve You

CAN MY LOVE ONES lit RETURNED Const Industrialist and the president pian Wegussay Ayele (right), professor in the African studies program. running on an independent tic- ..------A COMPLETE LINE OF ... .. .... .-
? of an International union Shown from left are: Dr. Manning J.Dauer,chairman of political science; Dr. Irving Wershow! Jet, is the first post Reconstruction Cosmetics Rubber Goods
Candies
will be the teclplents of the 1967 director,of the African program, and A/e2e. Day Negro elected to sun

They call me the (Rootman) Equal Opportunity Day (EOD) the Mississippi legislature! drill
Awards of the National Urban from predominantly Negro Holmes ( PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DEtIVERED.Uli's .
servant of God.
But I am only a
Smothers Says All Negro CHies County.
League .
Because God Is the answer to
New Iona housewifeand
Georgia Unit Mrs. Adklns
J.L. Atwood president and
I am the Store
all life's problems. Drug
King of all Day Prophets. Se id chief executive officer North Negro Colleles'Are Seen By Leader teachers aide, became the
American Rockwell Corporation Has Ethical Plan first Charles City County clerk.
for my special selected Bibleverses. William Jr. was elect 1901 Road 353.1119HO
C.Ross (
,' To be readonSPEClAL1) and Paul Jennings presl- Major American cities of the ATLANTA GA.-The Southern ed to the school committee, a Kings
Important future will be All-Negro aCcording
DAYS. ctical. Committee on Political Ethicsis first, in Pittsfield,Mass.James
Send self-addressed, stamp: : to W.H. Ferry of the a new organization designed Wynn out in North Adams,Mass.A .
;ed envelope and $%.00 for Bible Workers Ar- JO, will receive United States Senator George Center for the Study of Democratic I to promote the "nobler side of 28-year old Negro, Thomas
verses and spiritual Messages.You ,the awards. smatters last week said that Institutions In Stanford politics"' and
wit be cited for outstanding the: rlsbur Atkins a Harvard Law School
will receive Bible vorses They contributions towardthe Negro colleges are the best Calif., last week. promlence of Negro parti graduate was elected to the

by return mail. Urbn League's goal of equal bet for the Negro, particularlyfor Ferry emphasized that cipants. A more ethical society city council of Boston. Records
Send TO: those hampered by background "Blackiown and Whltetown,USA has been envisioned.
at the llth Annual reveal no other Negro's serving
opportunity I E
Rev. Roosevelt Franklin for all partlcal purposes and
difficulties. Amond the noteds is Ralph on the August body.
to be held Fri !
830 Morrow Avenue EOD dinner Waldorf "Over the long range, of unimportant exceptions will be McGill, publisher of the Atlanta In Waterloo Iowa, Municipal
at the
Macon, Georgia 31301I day, Nov.hotel 17 course, the public elemetaryand separated cultural and social Constitution Clarence Mitchell Judge William Praker was re-
Astoria are secondary schools must doa communities for as far ahead of Batimore listed as a mem elected to Jobs in Mississippi.
specialize In all case work. More than 1,5000 persons better Job of educational preparation u, as one can see. ber.
Phone! area cede 91Z-1<<-5641'. expected to attend the affair. ,"Smathers said, "but

I but we must dual with the short

range of today and tomorrow
NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT well as the long range of the Secretaries'Chapter SEAFOOD CENTER
1970's and 80'.." who orders the

The solon spoke at a Bethune New 144 N. MYRTLE AVE. PH. n 4.1468hI Smooth Canadian,
featuring
Cookman trustee sponsored, week Fred notti that wt are due for a population axplotlanlll Seagram's '
banquet at the George Washing. : I I Causal :by the" tvtr popular Ga., Fl.. Football' clash
this watkand Ht Fred) alto proudly prints cut that wa havawllout a
Eigeie ton Hotel. The school is attempting At AST State crowd ...." aakaita' at the SaalaW C,..... cautad
to raise$1,000,000 for by high quality at ".eeiekI It arlcti. Coma on down Cr give' a
a library. look for younalf
WHITE Statistics were presented by CREENSBOhO, N.C.--AIT.
Senator Smathrs. One-teentb of State University has become the FRIDAY & SATURDADAILY DOUBLE
In the first educational institution In WHITING
all college-age Negroes
South attend college. White Students North Carolina to install a chap
it the ter of the National Collegiate CAUGHT 39C
organ total 44 percent. Association for Secretaries.The NORFOLK SPOTS

r Chapter! was Installed in an SUSHI D IC RIORIGIIATIC
With His CoateAnnoiBcing TRUCKS /ROM' YA. 36'
impressive
;: ceremony by Dr.
Negro Insurance Wilson Ashby of the Universityof DOCUCIO OM IHOII AT MATPOIT, IT TNI IWIMrl" COAT
t Alabama, national prelsentof FRESH FLOUNDER u'49cMNUINI
Oar New Executives Are the organization.The .
I National Collegiate Association 'I.OIID"LOBSTERS

Making Surveys for Secretaries Is a LB. $1.10 .'t tPI
Price Policy ,
I professional group for under URGE ROE MULLET .LB, J5cCUtFCMJT .
graduate college men and women I vt4i
r The National Insurance Association
< 4,5i ,
who areplannlng business,
George S. H a r r 1 s SFiCIAL PACK
I Cocktails 48t & 53* president, has planned for an or teaching area.careers in thesecretarial DEVIL CRABS 5cAi..25c, .ac'' I

all-out drive leading toward the,
The organization's activitiesare
= During Cocktail Hour checking insurance policies. FANCY LIVING CLAW USA ."."
designed apprise employers
I the and the rechecking encouraging of Information of payment, of the potential of graduates CRABS DOZ. 51U LUMP-' I MIST '.:::: i
to
of premiums through 1967., provide opportunities for
To 9:30 p.m. This contacts between students and WMOLI fAMCY ...O&INCLAMS
of
i 5:30 p.m. group major Negro- professional business men and "N I [ FOR 12 or. QQCHOWDU b _
managed life Insurance com- OSJC
EACH
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women, to promote a spirit of
ipanles with 500 offices la 29
states. These companies own fellowship among students "' SHRIMP DEYEJNEI $1.49 Ea.
=i DON'T MISS OUR. MONDAY ,NIGHT PARTY more than $380 million In assets planning secretarial or teaching WI'W" fAYQ
careers and to provide an opportunity MM AanM M MClfNII toM.li at Hw ttaw MI*wtolOO
contracts for fa-
and have ..,....
for If. SM In 4wmii T )
i Johnny Wheeler, Chief Of Service Jure payments exceeding two teacher trainees, SHRIMPS.*. 3 w SHELL OYSTERS e.5'LAae L..b'
and CM hall billions Awards I MATrOIT CAUGH'l .
Z will be given agents and supervisors Bur UJ. WHITE SHRIMP ts. 1.30 eaalwr CCtw-1 alas SUCill 11YIIKa W IIYI ii al.{velO.asaelR1RYOt Ol al

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This week's reclpei are borrowed from a new book Just pub-
linked as the official cookbook of the General Federation of
3' [ Women Cluba. "America Cooki" contains more than 8500
tested and te'ected reclpei from club women from every state
and section of the country Cheese Rolls are a favorite of Mri..
Fraud Mayfleld of Butte, Montana, a member of the Federation
of Colored Women'e Club of Great Falls and the Corned
Beef Casserole comes from Jay Stewart of the Worngn'i Club
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4 cupi preaifted flour embroidered motif down the front paneL The short sleeves
z D t-, 4 1 teaspoon teaspoons salt baking powder and the neckline are edged In lace.Photo Harrison Publication.
8 tablespoons shortening

Dining on Irish Linen damasb is exclusive to formality and tablecloth and matching napkins. A sterling silver candle %2 cup tablespoons milk melted butter Fashions At A Glance
good taste. Its companions are your best china, silver and snuffer adds the final elegant touch. Bounce package pimiento cheese ipread
/ glassware all preened for a special occasion. Here, pure Whether you are celebrating an Intimate wedding anniversary 8 tablespoons olive oil
;:: white damask provides an Ideal background for a centerpiece dinner for two or a large dinner party, Irish Linen damask Preheat oven to 400*F.Grease muffin cupi Into mixing bowl By MATTE: SMITH COLIN
of a random mixing of flowers and white grapes.Soft candle- is the basis for a lovely table. lift together dry ingredients. Cut in shortening until mixturereaemblei
lights reflects on the swlrly chrysanthemum pattern of the fine crumbi.Add milk.Mix to a dough Knead gently:: Paris forecasts wide handbags, small rectangular bags, big
with floured fingeri 4 or 6 timei Rcll out dough on lightly
pouches, boxes with rigid handles, sturdy bags in tweed to
floured board Into 12-Inch Brush' with butter and roll up
I : Fall Sportswear Features Look of Casual Elegance like a jelly roll Cut i Into 1 iqure.inch allcei I Arrange In muffin cupi match day clothes..the suits and capes. Shaved fur, shorter
In small bowl blend cheese ipread with oil and spread on rolli. straps big buckles, lots of brown, black and bronze.
Bake In preheated oven for 12 to li minutes A wide satchel brown, rust and white tweed with brown calf
Alfa girt! front this fall.Colon Ruby. Inr.the nation'i largest manufai to Jaymar, will be cavalry and Suealers come on bright and CORNED BEEF CASSEROLE edging and hanle, by Plnart at Plccl.
are rii h hut uilxlurd Pat. lurer <.f n1l'n' quality ilacki, oft t.ills, wonted flannel, hopsack, bulky, in colon and styles to en 12-ounct can corned beef,sliced e. e. .
term arr ditillrliYI'I sulitlr, at The (lall hun range a fullcoloiiprrlrum corduroy and blends of wool with hanre the coordinated look of 4 medium potatoes, quartered and cooked In Paris, it's Military Look..0fficer coats with stand-up
the I'ml.hasillhih'rom| the extremeof from earth lonei to bright Dacron and Orion Complimenting sweater, shirt and slack combmatmni 10-ounce package frozen brussels sprouts,defrosted
Mewl styling to the dank ulhou- gneni and dup" hlu"l-iOl luding these lexlimi are dramatic. pattrrni for a rich H teaspoon salt collars, epaulettes and brass buttons, and belted militarysuit
rile complimented by luxuriousIrxturei shades of wheat, copper whiskey, of fine.line stripes, Hindowpanerhci anreSpnrli, yet sporty appear- K teaspoon pepper Jackets-The popular coat dresses have gold and silver
,
rust and pumpkmi, "With these kl and |il julsnn Mi teaspoon marjoram metal buttons!
II Khliglitii( K the new'67 elegance new sorter shad.. and the coati and blacn featurethe H teaspoon thyme
return totraditional .'\ ng other iinm in the sportswear shaped double-breaded look for 1 cup beef or chicken consomme e.e..eee
in sportswear| are slat ki ai he ward. styling,'' adds Ruby, wardrobe., shirts will Furs continue to change colors...nary, red, plum green and
rule focal IXMIII ""I 1'hry'.bane 10I".ry "ilmk and sports' fall/winter 67. In solids of camel, Preheat oven to 850* Create 1-quart casserole. Arrange beef,
outfit and accent the cimrdinntid IM- tpnrtroat combinationswill ; echo the lame I'f..lfallraning.with light gold and blue, they allow per potatoes and aruaaels; sprouts in the' casserole;; sprinkle with multi-color pattersn..and coordinates with both fabrl and
country look, which i. the in the office worn even more frequently.. { Intense shades of color and unthttItred ,feel Coordination with, the season'Inmr leaionlngi on top. Cover.and bake in. preheated leather... A blouse of beaver comes patterned similar to a
ihrme..f all fall fashion tayi Bur for all li. at well a* allo",. and f paitirui Tie are darker, diitinrtive patterned ilackiSHOP oven for 80 minutes Serve!4. > 'multi-colored crazy' quilt and a blue mink owblowe'tsbelted
isiire-tune artMliei .
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I ]Modem 'Day Thanksgiving! Chinese Steak With Mixed Vegetables -' YOUR BUDGET GUIDE

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T h Hearty Rib Dlaetr
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r Tasty apare ribs and fluffy baked potatoes make an appetising
dinner that chock full of hearty good eating and easy because itall
t r cooks In the same oven Add a help youraeir assortment of toppings
for the potatoes and let everyone feast Right now la a good
time to plan this menu bacauia those popular Russet potatoes from
a y S :S 9 Washington State are plentiful and you can rely on this choice
variety for both...flneat texture and flavor
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-Be A Chinese Cook
e
s tlt The Chine* have a way of cooking that leta (them put an appetizing e sr.'r4r
i and well balanced meal together In minutes. With this
recipe, your meal will be done In minutes alao Readily available .' rt
canned bean sprouts and water chestnuts make the Ingredl r
enta gathering easy

1 pound round steak, about 1 (1 pound) can bean

A :: rn U cup\yt corn Inches ell thick > (aprouta(5-ounce drained can water v

: 1 cup green pepper strips := drained and

1 cup diagonally diced celeryl te..poon wit,
1 cup mushrooms diced fresh teaspoon ginger
(/ teaspoon pepper
U Va cup onion coarsely chopped m tablespoons corn starch
1 cup bouillon
1 tablespoon any sauce
Marinate steak Broil Cut diagonally Into thin slices about A
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I Raines Clinches Big 9 Crown+ Downing Ocala Howard 9-0 I



Vikings Surprise Howard Bulls "Led Vikings Ground Attack"Andrew FAMU Defeats Jaguars; Garrett's 811 Yards Gained


Defensive Play With Big 4th Stanza ChartMike
I Behind Strong TALLAHASSEE- Florida ALIT Leads AFL's Versality

In what could be called the game of the year thus far In the Battlers rallied for 16 points lathe Garrett trotted slowly back to the Kansas City huddle.
high school prep circle, the William M. Raines Vikings downeda final quarter to down Sou- He had just carried three times in succession against the
stubborn Ocala Howard eleven 11-0,eorcut.to the Big 9 North \ then University before 10,5000 New York Jets, and admittedly was looking for a possible
South Conference championship In Sun Valley last Friday night. fans Saturday night in Bragg chance to catch his breath."I .

Mitt'Mct.Uckena got the V1E Yards 89 14 Stadium. back to the huddle back'
passing came the best day any running
Trailing 25-20 u the fourth
1 Pass 8-20 3-8 winded Garrett ex- American Football
att-comp. quarter got underway, the Rattlers really has had in the
Pass Inter Z I plains. "So 1 looked at Dawson rushIng
by march 64 yards In eight League this season, -
Fumbles rec. by 0 0 plays to the Jaguar 14 but had (Chiefs quarterback Len Daw- for 192 yards in 23 carries
Punts avg. 6-30 fi-38 to settle for a safety when Jaguar son) with a kind of a 'LennyPm That performance went a long
Penalties SO.I: linebacker Harold UcClln- tired look1-Wit be calledme way toward giving Garrett first

ton fnterceptedRattlerquarter- again." place among the nine AFLplay-
Ocala----- 0000.0 back Elroy Morand's onSouthern's Dawson In fact, called on er s who have gained more than
Babes -2 0 7 0-9 two yard line.pass On the Garrett 12 of 19 times the cheits 100 yards rushing and receivingthis
handled the ball during/ the third year.
first play, Southerns' quarterback -
Hunt Season Robert Bennet was tackled period of a tz18ictory.mlIt' With 671 yards rushing and 140
easy to understand why. receiving, Garrett has a total
end for
la the tone a safety.
The little halfback was having lead of 59
Rattlers halfback Hubert Glnn of 811 yards, yards

With Bang .. C rr returned the following kickoffto : Later Miami Pro Fans over Clem Daniels Buffalo of Oakland Keith Lincoln.is third
Opens ..- the FAU 48. Four plays -
,
with 730.Garrett.
a t Rattler All American end
TALLAHASSEE-The gates to John Eason punted Southern In Could Get Mira now Is already with
more than three and one-half ..N ., the bole when his punt rolled reach of his rookie marks when
; million acres public hunting r a.y dead on the Jaguar two yard line. MIAMI-Football fans In and he pined 976 yards over-all,
s lands swung open with the startof Southern fullback: Robert Holmes around the Miami area still 801 rushing and 175 receiving.
the 1967-G8: hunting season. fumbled on the first play remember the great years the An one of the major reasons
The season for resident game and the Rattlers recovered on University of Miami had on the for Ms Impovement could be
birds and animals opened last thefour. After two tries off gridiron when George Mira was the use of the formation,which
Saturday, November U, In the tackle by Gina and a one half the field general for the Hurricanes Garrett ran out of when he was
First Second, Fourth and Fifth yard penalty against Southern, and later went on to In college at Southern California. -
Conservation Districts and today Morand sneaked over from the play pro ball tor the San Fran- .

in the Third District. CONTINUED ON PAGE 13 cisco 49ers. Garrett leaves no 'doubt he
The public hunting lands are >. Even the fact of being a 49er likes the formation,In which the '
loacted In 33 wildlife manage and not seeing enough action to running backs and the tight end
ment areas situated throughout Packers Place Four stay active is not a pleasantway line up directly behind the

Florida and within reasonable for a young football player quarterback.
,travel distance for all sportsmen. On NFL Player Poll to spend his early and use- "The I formation Is good because -'

Wildlife management areas -, ,-. _n__. ful years.It you have a view of the entire -
may be found from Es- Calhoun NEW YORK four Green Bay was learned recently that line when you lint up"

to cambia County in northwest. ....196-lb. Senior Fullback, Packer stars are the best In the Mira may became a test case Garrett explains. "If you're
Florida to Dade County In southeast league at their positions according of the rule that forbids player lined up to one side or the other

Florida. Oakland Raiders Are to a poll of game scouts jumping between the Nationaland you just have good view of your
The sportsman's key to the representing every team in the American. Football Leagues side.
THIS N' THAT IN SPORTS
gates of Florida's wildlife National Football League. The "The perspective from the I

fJL'k management areas Is a hunting Ball Control 1 LeadersNEW ** **} scouts who move one week ahead Crelghton Miller, attorney (ror Is like viewing something out a
license and a wildlife manage- of their teams' schedules the NFL Players' Association, helicopter compared to looking

ment area stamp. Both license YORK-"I've said right RECORD DEPT: Joe Namath of the New York Jets throw ferreting out strengths and told reliable sources down in at It out of a car."
and stamp may be obtained at along the biggest trend in the three complete passes in a row against Boston last Sunday weaknesses of players on opposing Miami that when Mira plays And with that perspective Garrett -
the office of all County Judges American Football League has before his streak was cut off at 15. He had thrown teams, made their authoritative out his option with the 49ers Is looking down at the other
or their authorized license ag been the Improvement in defense -, straight completions the previous week at Miami. selections for the poll May I, 1968. he should be free eight versatility leaders. .
ents. Wildlife management area ," says Boston Coach Mike The 15 straight completion 15 game him a tie with Kansas which appears In the current is- to deal with any club that wants Garrett's outstanding day also

stamps cost five dollars.Children -*. Holovak, "I guess this Is being City's Len Dawson, who hit on 15 In a row against Houston. sur of SPORT Magazine him. lifted him into the second place
r I under the age of 15 mayob- proven right this year." Dawson, however, still holds the two-season record The Quarterback Bart Starr,offensive Mira, a sensational All-Am behind Boston's Jim Nance
talc a management area stamp "There's no doubt about It," Houston game was the Chiefs' first of the 1967 season, and guard Jerry Kramer corner erica n at the University of among the rushing leaders.Dlx-
for half price and resident hunt Buffalo Coach Joe Collier linebacker Dave Robinsonand Miami has occupied the 49ers the
r" says Dawsotfs last pass In 1966 was completed.The on regained pass receiving
: : ers 65: years and over are exempt There are more sound defenses next Interception made by Houston's Jim Norton will cornerback Herb Adderley bench for three seasons and lead with 43 and Les Duncan

i from both license and around,the t1Ieou can't establish an AFL record. Norton, the Oilers' safety, Intercepted are the four Packer stars rated says "there Is simply no future moved up II punt returns.
I stamp requirements. take advantage of merely by using a pass against Buffalo for the 43rd of his career, tops at their positions. for me here."

_____ u ___u____ an odd or different offense. and moved into a tie with Austin (Goose) Gonsoulin former Starr edged Johnny Unltas of Miller says he doens't believethe
There used to be garbage defenses ly with the Denver Broncos, for the most Interceptions Baltimore and Sonny Jorgensen rule that every NFL club! Rookie Linebacker
that were used to try and lifetime. of Washington for the key must waive on Mira would survive -

: merely get by particular game Norton also is tied for the Individual lead for the season quarterback slot, while Kramer la court or even that the Learns His TradeSome
wlth-now all teams play sound with six Robinson and Adderleywere NFL would risk a test.
defensively." strong choices at their Mira would like to play with recently asked John Hu-

HAIR POMADE' And that may be the answer to sue respective positions In the the Miami Dolphins of the AFL, ard, Denver's rookie middle
why scoring is down In the AFL SNITCH IN TIME: Tie Denver Droncos have announcedthat SPORT Magazine poll. and the Dolphins probably would linebacker and defensive
-. 4 Keeps Hair so far this year. With 36 of the the starting times for their games with Oakland ( Nov.), The runningbacki chosen were pay dearly for him-not only for signal-caller If it was possible
| Neat andWtllGroomtd, 63 games on the schedule change'\ ( ( halfback Gale Ssyers of Chlc- his quarterbacking but for his to call a perfect gamer
played, AFL teams are averaging I.p.m., ego a unanimous selectionand appeal to the tans in his home a- "I would think'!. he said,f'that
All Day 44.2 points a game compared fulback Leroy Kelly of Cleveland rea. would be like going to Las Vegas

: N... Inprond MURRAY'S Rater with 45.0 for the 1966 sea sees' with very strong support. and breaklngthe Possible.But .
Dreuliw Pomade work wooden on son. Gary Collins of Cleveland was not probable."
,
hiir WarnedOn
In kinky the n-rnlnl,11111 hard lo-minu kMpi Applied'just At the same time, AFL teamsare RAY OF LIGHT: Despite eight consecutive defeats, Coach named the top flankerback by a Hunters And that's approximately what
; comlxd MriniMd look Get ill dux Satisfaction running less ball control Lou Saban of the Denver Broncos feels the club is making comfortable margin many people said about Hoard's

I : MURRAY 1 tod (. ee plays, 124.31 a game compared progress. Dave Parks of San Francisco HighlandAnd chances of grabbing a 11ne )lck-
: drug,r, ind On eomel ale at } to 125.03 a year ago. And the "We played well over-all and part of the time we played just did edge Charley Taylor of Ing job in the American Football
k counlcn. t try. pass-rush ratio has changed in crippled" Saban said after the 21-17 loss to Oakland last Washington for the split end league both because of Ms
: btra. "uw.av favor of the rush. AFL-teams Sunday. "Oakland is a good team but I guess we are not quite post and Baltimore's John Polk Areas small college background
I nut SIZE see MURRAY9 ire running with the ball 48.74 good enough yet. But we played hard and I am beginning to Mackey was a runaway winnerat (Maine) and his weight (200
SMAlL Sill Z50 G dry"MUllar per cent of the time and pass- see signs that our work Is paying off. the right endpost. Bob Brown TALLAHASSEE--Hunters on pounds).

: SUPUIOR' MOCUCTS CO 1 big 53.28 per cent of the time "This Is the first time In awhile that I have felt reasonably of Philadelphia andMlckTingeIboff the Avon Area Park In Polk Wildlife Highlands Management But Huard has stepped In for
4M Ckirllttt lltmt, MKI Wet 1I compared to 46.31 and 53.6111D good." : of Minnesota were strong the Broncos and done an
I, 1966. Oakland Coach John Rauch agreed Saw should have. chokes In the offensive line at counties are urged to exercise the outstanding job while teaming
"Pll say what other coaches lave said, Ranch offered. tackle and center,respectively. extreme caution during with two other first-year men
"Denver is tough to beat. They are tough, they play 110 per Back on defense,Dave Jones of 1967-68 hunting season. The to form the only all-rookie line-
cent-nd they are all young." Los Angeles edged Willie Davisof Avon Park Area In addition to back corps inprofesslonalfoot-

the Packers as the top defensive providing some outstanding'hunting ball.
uses end, and Bob LIlly of opportunities,serves asa Teamed mostly with Chip Myrtle
the Air
dallas nipped Merlin Olsen of bombing range for and Carl Cunningham but
NEW DEfENSE Kansas City employed a new front againstthe Los Angeles at defensive tac kle. Force. Accelerated bombing also at various times with Frank
New York Jets In which Buck Buchanan, the 6-foot-7, In another close contest Dick maneuvers have resulted In an Richter, Henry Sorrell and Lou
287-pound tackle, moved to defensive end. Butkus won the middle linebacker excessive amount unexploded Andrus, Huard has made 17 unassisted -
With Buchanan moving to right end, Ernie ladd moved spot from Green Bay's Ray bombs and rockets scattered tackles in the past two
from left to right: tackle Ed Lothamer went in at left tackle Nltschke with Tommy Nobls of throughout the area. weeks while gaining experienceas
and Jerry Mays remained at left end. One Do not touch or disturb Is the
result was that Atlanta a close thrid. Larry a signal-caller.
\vy Buchanan knocked down four of Joe Namath' pusses. Wilson of St. Louis completesthe key word for soportsmen on the He again will be learning while
"The adjustments we made in our defensive line with SPORT poll with a heavy Avon Park area. According to playing when Denver meets
Buchanan playing end turned out very well," said Coach vote u the NFL top safety Air Force officials, the unexploded Houston Sunday In one of four
Hank Strain. "This Is the most pressure our defense has man. ordances are not duds games on the AFL program.
ever put on Namath. With pressure like that and four passes and each is armed and may be Buffalo Is at New York, Kansas
1 knocked down it has to bother set off by a minor disturbance.
a quarterback and cause him City at Boston and Miami at
to change the trajector of the ball." Richard Petty According to O.E. Frye, Director San Diego in the others
1 .. Game and Fresh Water
"The thing thaf s surprised me
Fish Commission one sportsman -
,
most so far Huard "Is
says ,
involved in a serious
was
the speed of the linemen.college
As 1961
Reigns accident last year when he picked -
TONIGHT 1"RACE: BO'CLOCK NO MINORS ON17 SOUTH up an unexploded bomb and a you bear how fast they are
but you don't believe It. Now I
NOW OPEN similar incident this season "
believe it.
NASCAR King may result In the closing of the
As for the making of a middle
Avon Park Wildlife Management
i DAYTONA BEACH-After Huard to
points
amenity IOU.ION WNIIII".oar.tint,M.O CHMTH DIST. CO.,lOUItVIUI,Kr.'u Area to public hunting.The tar linebacker ,
taking everything the NASCAR three important Ingredients he
circuit offered, Richard Petty get areas are closed to hunting thinks are and
[400 I necessary, says
Ranch
and travel and sportsmen should
has for ,
no regrets giving up he already has learned one extremely -
,
three-button for driving observe the closed signs for Important lesson about
4
Tick-lock.tick-lock... t togs on weekends during the! their own safety. his position

Restaurant and Motel racing season. "There are several things that
the Bourbon thatdidIit The stock car jockey from i Top Rookies Named go Into making a middle Una
Randleman drove his blue Plymouth backer," Huard says. "Y 0 a
to a record 27 victories,, In Major Leagues dust have the ability to call the

watch the clock! 5410 New Kings Rd. won $130,271 (a record) and alone t ST. LOUIS.-The SportingNew right defense at the right time.
point won 10 races in a row You have to be able to read
t s announced recently that
(a record).
It had chosen from the 22nd fc-mailons; quickly. And you
CHARTER The National Association for have to hare the agility to get
OLD annual poll of major league -
Stock Car Auto Racing released I to the ball carrier.
,40 Apartments And Rooms the final driver championshippoints players Lee May of the Cincinnati "But the single most Important
Reds and Rod Carew of
Finest Bourbon and money standings recently le..OIIP" learned Is not to lineup
LL the
Minnesota
Kentucky's Twins as rookies
Lk In the wake of the final of too close to the Una of scrim-
\ the year In the National and
race of the season at Weaver- American mage, This is a habit I carried
7 years old! vine, N.C. Leagues respect- over from college. What does
Beer And Wine
The North Carolina hotshot I selecting
the best rookie is cut down your angle of pur
finished secodn In that 230- "
pitchers Dick Hughes of the suit.
mile race to pick up 720 driver World Champions St. Louis And what does Huard feel is the

Steak Chicken Seafood legttotaall push his season-win Cardinals in the National League most Important thing ha has to
Ckops n to 42,472 This was
and Tom Phoebus of the concentrate on to become a
6,000 points better than his Ba1t1mor.Ortole'1IItheAm.rleu complete middle linebacker

Bar$ Ore nearest competitor second-i League, were lhosen.Phoebe "That's simple," he says.
place finisher James Hylton of "Concentration."
lamas, S.C. 25, compiled a 14-9 't
Ribs .In wiping out th? old annual mark for the Orioles while
Hughes 29 had 16-6 I
a record
victory mark of 18 races woo
set by Tim Flock, of Atlanta In in helping ptich the Cardinals to
,C"ckeaReservations 1961 Petty greatest feat this the National League pennant. [}
May at first
was atlllicd base
year was that he won more than \
r halt of the races he entered ((27of ', for the Cincinnati club and
Call: 7669271 Carew second 1
4$). played base and
finished the season hitting at a
T .292 clip for the Twins. MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS






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I. Panthers Rush Over Central -Academy 16-6 In Homecoming TiltPro I




Football St. Louis' Cepeda 'Tree Fearsome Four"

Ground Attack Is

Draft A Fraud I Mimed Most Valuable ,


NEW! YORK-/ say pro football In National Uaque Lr
FactorIn
draft is a fraud," says NEW YORK-After finishingthe I Outstanding
sport r1ter Ed Linn in an
1967 baseball season with a
article In the current issue of
SPORT Magazine batting average of .323, hitting I
Linn 29 home runs and knocking in / Prep ThrillerThe
challenging former National
Football Uigur commissioner 110 runs this year to lead the I
S
Cardinals to their first National
Bert Bell's assertionthat
"the fundamental League pennant since 1964, Orlando clawing Panthers of Matthew Gilbert defeated a game Central

sole function of the purposeand player- Cepeda was named unanimously Academy eleven 18-8 and notched a big nine win before a
selection the Most Valuable Jubilant homecoming crowd on last Thursday night at Sun Valley.
system Is the '
equalization Player in the senior loop .....ttaauding members Ol the
of the clubs in the lea-
V.e1ia
k 4-2-1 Ifs 2-2-1
native
including
The 30-year old of fighting Panthers offense in
cue/ is says that the real purpose Ponce, P.R., was the No. 1 selection winning a hard fought contest standing in the Big Nine.
"to
prevent the new of all 20 members who were, Kenneth Williams, Jerry The stage Is now set for the
players, fresh off the campus, pargklpated in the annual voting New kirk and Herman Cum- annual EastWest Classic to

from negotiating in an open of the Basevall Writers AssOciation mings. Newkirk contributed to be played in the Gator Bowl on

market" of America The only previous the win by pulling down a 19- November 23rd, pitting the
i1 equalization what the
were
unanimous selection in the yard pass play from Kenneth Panthers against New Stanton
NFL was really Interested In"
continues Linn In the SPORT, 38 years of the votlngwere Am- Graham on the first play of the High School
erican Leaguers Hank Green- second quarter accounting
Magazine article could
"they berg in 1935, Al Rosen In 1953, the first douchdown tho game. STATISTICS
do it simply by
very permitting Mickey Mantle In 1956 and Frank He also accounted for two extra -
the bottom teams to draft from Central Gilbert
Robinson 1966.
points.
the top teams
Carl Hubbell of the 1936 New Cummings contribution was a
The first three teams in each
First Downs S 10
York Giants came closest to a 20-yard burst off left tackle,
conference, basedon record and Yards rushing 57 205,
National League unanimous which accounted for the Pan-
disregarding divisions within vote when he received six votes thers last touchdown with 5.15 Yards passing 13 38,
the conference would _._ .
reserve Passes 2-14 3-8
--
with two experts abstaining' left in the The hard
IS players, according to Lino's Hubbell had a 26-6 record anda Leading the defensive charges of undefeated Santa Barbara High Shown omleft are Cyril Gain,11,265 pounds,Danny Herring,, charging speedster game.had a total of Punts 9-24 $-2$*

equalization pUn, with all the 2.31 earned run average that School (Calif.) are members of their front four,with a combined '15, 312 pounds; Bob (Big Man) Pointer, 18, 441 pounds; and Al 63 yards from scrimmage for Passes Inter by 1 2:

other players going Into an season. total weight of 1,254 pounds,spread 1 of 13 feet, nine Inches and Reglnato, 16-, 230 pounds. the evening. Fumbles lost 1 ,2:,

equalization pool The bottom Cepeda, In getting the nod, Is an average weight of 313 (pounds per man. Lebon Nicholas led defensive Yards penalized 50 J
team in each conferencewould the first baseman to win the line charge chasing Central's
be entitled to select one man MVP award since Stan Muslal Jackie Vickers the end with Central _0 80 0.t'
: zone
from each of the first three Charles Wins Table-Tennis TourneyCharles Gilbert.--0907.16
Taylor ,
now Cepeda's general manager, a little more than a minute left .-
teams the

would, take second-place seventh-place one man from teams team thefirstand won proved The It Baby in the 1946.difference Bull's powerful between bat- I[ Sport ShortsMCLAIN I bert Brown Taylor in the defeated finals of Wil-the represent six Following man team the the center was tournament selected In competition to a- for in Central's the the second other lone two quarter touchdown points.to account came FAMU J Defeats ;


and the sixth-place team would the Cardinals' 1966 and 1967 at- monthly Table Tennis Tpurna- against other teams. about midway through the second CONTINUED FROM PAGE 12 '

take one player from the top tack. He was the big stick who ment last Friday the Eartha Team members are: Taylor, quarter when Harold Felder one and the Rattlers lead 29-25

club. drove In the key runs for the, M. White Community Center, Brown; Lundy, Laertrnce; Wll- recovered a Panther fumble to .with 11.14: left in the game.i

"But the owners would never Cardinals, whose fleet, sting- CHALLENGED 21-19.15-21, 211'1.Tayior bert, Sneed and Willie. Sett start a march of SI yards which. Qnn returned the punt 10 yards!
stand for It," concludes Linn hitting Lou Brock and Curt Tiger pitcher Denny McLaln, explaining In the current defeated Richard Lundy took seven plays. Johnnie Car- to the Southern 46. e
in the SPORT Magazine article Flood base. issue of SPORT Magazine why be throws so many home- in the Semi-finals.24-22,19-21, ler.The
were constantly on .' team will meet at the center rol carried the ball over from Nine plays and six minutes la<4
."because it would be they Cepeda was double happy the run balls, says: 21-19. Brown reached the finals every Monday, Wednesdayand the six yard stripe. The PAT, ter Rattler quarterback Ken>:
,
who would be giving op property main reason being because of "When I get a couple of runs ahead, I don't try to pitch by beating Owen Lawerence in Friday 6.00: to 7:00 p.m. was blocked by Booker T. Riley scored from one yard out

rights. They prefer to go on the Giants accusation that he fine. I Just try to challenge a hitter. the Semi-Finals. 21-17, 18-2L ,(or practice. Haynes.. with 3:44 left to play The final -
.
depriving the young men fresh wasn't a team player "Unfortunately, this year I lost 34 challenges, sighs Denny. 23-21. Gilbert's record now stands score reading 36-%$.
off the campus of then only property -. Included )In tie top five of tve {.
.. ..
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right they have-their polling choices were Tim Mc-

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One. Goal Basketball last year's winner, 139 points; star. Orlando Cepeda on which team he was rooting for in AFAYETTE ,-

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A trophy will be awarded to
time since accepting the Head-
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the winner and runner-up team.
coach Job at B-CC, I face the If you're not letting flsh

Rattlers with near complete theM days, the oddi are about ciI I7-430M. I
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FACTS Clalren's rookie year, he was fast and too thtllow. of things Ourrinertl8T. ".,n.. While They last!
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I Rallies Clinches Big 9 Crown Downing Ocala Howard 9-0 I




Vikings Surprise Howard Bulls "Led Vikings Ground Attack" FAMU Defeats Jaguars Garrett's 811 Yards Gained



I Behind Strong Defensive Play ,. With TALLAHASSEEFlorida Big 4th Stanza AiM Loads AFL's Yersality Chart


b what could be called the game ot the year thus far in the Rattlers rallied for 16 points In Mike Garrett trotted slowly back to the Kansas City huddle

high school prep circle, the William M, Raines Vikings downed the final quarter to down Southern He bad Just carried three times in succession against the

a stubborn Ocala Howard eleven 9-0,enroute to the Big 9 North \ University before 10,5000 New York Jets and admittedly was looking for possible

South Conference championship, in Sun Valley last Friday night. fans Saturday night in Bragg chance to catch his breath."I .
Matt McMlckens got the Vli-
Yards passing 89 M Stadium. back to the huddle back
came the best day any running
ings on the Scoreboard early in Trailing 25-20 as the fourth
Pass att-comp. 8-20 3-' Garrett American Foot-
the first really winded ex- has had in the
quarter smashing the Rattlers -
quarter got underway
through a bard-nose defense Pass Inter by 2 t march 64 yards, In eight plains. "So I looked at Dawson ball League this season, rush-
Fumbles rec. by 0 0 't (Chiefs quarterback Len Daw- in 23
from his defensive end position plays to the Jaguar 14 but had Ing for 192 yards carries
Punts avg. 83038 / son) with a kind of 'Lenny That performance went a long
to Howard's ErmonRucker
trap to settle for a safety when Jaguar
Penalties 30 45 Pm tired looP-Ait he calledme
in the end tone for two points.As linebacker Harold McClln- way toward giving Garrett first
"
again. the nine AFL players -
the game progressed along ton InterceptedRattlerquarter- place among
Ocala --- 0000.0Rain10 Dawson, in fact, called on who have gained more than
the safety seemed to be the only back Elroy Morand's past on
7 0-9 Garrett 12 of 19 times the cbelfs
100 yards rushing and receiving
scoring to be done as the defensive Southern's two yard line.On the
bandied the ball during the third
efforts of both teams strug first play Southern quarter this year.
s.rlw period of a 42-18 victory-andif and 140
With 671 yards rushing
gled around midfield for the Hunt Season back Robert Bennet was tackled
s easy to understand why receiving, Garrett has a total
most of the
part game. In the end cone for a safety.
The little halfback was having 811 lead of 59
At half-time the score stood Rattlers halfback Hubert Glnn of yards, yards

2-0.As the Vikings.third stanza under- With Bang returned the following kickoff Miami Pro Fans over Clem Daniels Buffalo of Oakland Keith Uncoil is third
got Opens to the FAMU U. Four plays later -
with 730.Garrett.
way 151-pound fleet-footed: Rattler All American end
safety, David Thomas took the' TALLAHASSEE-The gates to John Eason punted Southern in Could Get Mira now is already with

opening kickoff and returned it more than three and one-half the bole when his punt rolled reach of his rookie marks when

75 I: yards for the only touchdown million acres public hunting v dead on the Jaguar two yard line. MIAMI-Football fans in and he gained 97b yards over-all,

scored in the game Ha wa.s not lands swung open with the start d Southern fullback Robert Holmes around the Miami area still 801 rushing and 175 receiving.

touched by defender during the of the 1967-8 bunting season. fumbled on the first play remember the great years the An one of the major reasuu

sprint that really brought the The season for resident game 4 -a' and the Rattlers recovered on University of Miami had on the for Ms impovement could be

delightful crowd to their feet:; birds and animals opened last tbefour. After two tries off gridiron when George Mlrawas the use of the I formation,which

The point after try was made Saturday November 11, in the s tackle by Glnn and a one half the field general for the Hurricanes Garrett ran out of when he warn

good by Maurice Collins. First, Second, Fourth and Fifth yard penalty against Southern, and later went on to college at Southern Calif.

Thomas also scored later lathe Conservation Districts and today Morand sneaked over from the play pro ball for the San Fran- ornia.

third period on a 45 yard, in the Third District. CONTINUED ON PAGE 13 cisco 49ers. Garrett leaves no 'doubt he

punt return but, a clipping penalty The public hunting lands are Even the fact of being a 49er likes the formation,in which the

nullified the touchdown. loacted in 33 wildlife manage and not seeing enough action to running backs and the tight end

Howard's only threat to score ment areas iltuxted: throughoutFlorida Packers Place Four stay active Is not a pleasantway line up directly behind the

was squelched at Raines' 10- and within reasonable for a yourg football player quarterback."The .

yard stripe as downs ran out In ,travel distance for all sports On NFL Player Poll to spend his early and use- I formation Is good be-'

the fourth quarter. men. Wildlife management areas -, ---- -- -- ful years. cause you have a view of the entire -

Raines has still another chanceto may be found from Es- Andrew Calhoun NEW YORK Four Green Bay It was learned recently that line when you line up,"

add golory to this successful cambia County in northwest ....198-lb. Senior Fullback; Packer stars are the best In the Mira may became a test case Garrett explains. "If you're

1967 grid campaign u they are Florida to Dade County in southeast "league at their positions, according of the rule that forbids player lined up to one side or the other

now ready to take onstatecom- Florida. I Oakland Raiders Are to a poll of game scouts jumping between the National you Just have a good view of your

petition for the State Championchip. The sportsman's key to the representing every team In the and American. Football Leagues side.
gates of Florida's wildlife THIS N' THAT IN SPORTS National Football League. The "The perspective from the I

management areas is a hunting Ball Control 1 LeadersNEW scouts, who move one week ahead Crelghton Miller attorney for is like viewing something out a

STAHSTia. license and a wildlife manage of their teams' schedules the NFL Players' Association, helicopter compared to looking

ment area stamp. Both license "Pve said ferreting out strength and told reliable in "
YORK right RECORD' DEP'I. Joe Namath of the New York Jets throw sources down at it out of a car.
OCAL.RAINES.. and stamp may be obtained at along the biggest trend in the three complete in a row against Boston last Sunday weaknesses of players on opposing Miami that when Mira plays And with perspective Garrett

the office of all County Judgesor American Football League has before his passes streak was cut off at 13. He had thrown teams made their authoritative out his option with the 49ers is looking down at the other

First downs 4 3 their authorized license agents been the improvement in de-. straight completions the previous week at Miami. selections for the poll May 1, 1968, he should be free eight versatility leaders.

first downs 5 3 Wildlife management area fehse" says Boston Coach Mike The 15 straight completion game him a tie with Kansas which appears in the current is- to deal with any club that wants Garrett's outstanding day also
stamps cost five dollars. Child', Holovak "I this is being sur of SPORT Magazine him.
Yards rushing 3 69 guess Houston. lifted him Into the second place
City's Len Dawson who hit on 15 in a row against
ren under the age of 15 may obtain proven right this year." Dawson however ,still holds the two-season record. The Quarterback Bart Starr,offensive Mira, a sensational AU-Am- behind Boston's Jim Nance
,
a management area stamp "There's no doubt about it," and guard Jerry Kramer corner erica n at the University of among the rushing leaders.Dixoo -
of the 1967
Houston was the Chiefs' first season,
for half price and resident hunt says Buffalo Coach Joe Collier. Davson's game linebacker Dave Robinson Miami, has occupied the 49ers regained the pus receivinglead
last in 1966 completed.The .
was
: pass
: : ers 65 years and over are exempt "There are more sound defenses next made Houston's Jim Norton will and cornerback Herb Adderley bench for three seasons and with 43 and Us Duncan
interception by
i. from both license and the can't are the tour Packer stars rated
around
type you establish an AFL record Norton, the Oilers' safety, inter- says "there is simply no future moved up 1 n punt returns.
stamp requirements. take advantage of merely by using tops at their positions for me here."
Buffalo for the 43rd of his
cepted a pus against career
odd or different offense. Starr edged Johnny Ubltas of Miller he doens't believe
an says
'. find moved into a tie with Austin (Goose) Gonsoulln, formerly -
Baltimore and Rookie Linebacker
BRAND NEW S There used to be garbage defenses Sonny Jorgensen the rule that every NFL club
with the Denver Broncos for the most Interceptions
that were used to try and of Washington for the key must waive on Mira would survive
.
: r merely get by a particular lifetime. quarterback slot, while Kra- in court the Learns
iI 1967 VW game Norton also is tied for the Individual lead for the season or even that His Trade
with-now all teams sound mer Robinson and Adderleywere
.' play NFL would risk a test.
SEDAN'i69850 defensively" with six. strong choices at their Mira would like to play with Some recently asked John Hu

HAIR POMADE And that may be the answer to sues respective positions in the the Miami Dolphins of the AFL, ard, Denver's rookie middle

: why scoring down in the AFL SNITCH IN TIME: The Denver broncos have announcedthat SPORT Magazine poll., and the Dolphins probably would linebacker and defensive

l'. Keeps Hair so tar this year. With 36 of the the starting times for their games with Oakland (Nov.5), The running backs chosen were pay dearly for him-not only for, signal-caller if it was possible

DIUVERIB IN |lAX : Neat end 63 games on the schedule Houston (Nov. 12)) and Kansas City (Dec. 17)) have been changed halfback Gala. Sayers of Chic his quarterbacking! but for his to call a perfect game _
.Well.Groomed/ played AFL teams are averaging -' ago, a unanimous selection,and "1 would think'! he said, ('thatwould
-r ."'. tt< >M ty .f ttf m to I p.m., MST. appeal to the fans in his home a-
,
I ... All Day 44.2 points a game compared fulback Leroy Kelly of Cleveland rea. be like going to Las Vegas

i9>r. :- N.,. I Iwptortd Muaa ylS Halt with 45.0 for the 1966 sea sue with very strong support and breakfnethe bant,1'osslble.

vtP tints kinky,Cord.I..n.. .,kI hair wonders on son. Gary Collins of Cleveland was Hunters WarnedOn But not probable."

Catlin- lh. mornlnh.lr kwpf chitJuil AppliedIn At the same time, AFL teams RAY OF LIGHT: Despite eight consecutive defeats, Coach named the top flankerback by a And that's approximately what
.
.
; imrinteed com bad" look OetMURRAY'S all d...,....Sillifitllon are running less ball control Lou Saban of the Denver Broncos feels the club is making comfortable margin many people said about Hoard's

: Griffin ,. to.d (, plays 124.31 a game comparedto progress. Dave Parks of San FranciscoJust HighlandAnd chances of grabbing a llne'oack-
On ult al
: drug> and coamalmnurs S__NF_ 125.03 a year ago. And the "We played well overall'and part of the time we played did edge Charley Taylor of log Job in the American Football

: k w ben:.t ,r avery 0 r pass-rush ratio has changed in crippled," Saban said after the 21-17 loss to Oakland last Washington for the split end league both because of Ms

: Volkswagen MIAc IoIUIIAAY" favor of the rush. AFL-teams Sunday. "Oakland Is a good team but 1 guess we are not quite post and Baltimore's John ,I Polk Areas small college backgroundMaine

I ea URn SIZE IDO nunPAY5:: are running with the ball 48.74 good enough yet. But we played hard and I am beginning to Mickey was a runaway winnerat TALLAHASSEE-Hunters on ( ) aDd his weight (ZOO
.
SMALL
Sin 250 ,;; of time and that work is the right end Bob Brown .
1250 CAST 8th ST. per cent the pass see signs our paying off. post. the Avon Park Wildlife Management pounds)
254-9093 surmoi MOOUCTS CO.nk Vie 53.26 per cent of the time "This Is the first time in awhile that I have felt reason of Philadelphia and Mick TlngeIhoff Area in Polk and Highlands But Huard has stepped In for
CMrlMH Illrlit Mitt. MM1 1, compared to 46.31 and 53.69 in ably good" of Minnesota were strong the Broncos and done an
to exercise
I&!... .I.I! AJI Aa 4 k r 1966. Oakland Coach John Rauch agreed Saban should have. choices In the offensive line at counties extreme are caution urged durjng the outstanding Job while teaming

"Pll say what other coaches have said, Rauch offered. tackle and center,respectively.Back 1967-68 hunting The with two other first-year men

"Denver is tough to beat. They are tough, they play 110 per on defense,Dave Jones of Avon Park Area season.in addition to to form the only all-rook1el1ne-

cent-and they are all young." Los Angeles edged Willie Davis outstanding back corps inprofesslonal
providing some
of the Packers as the top>> da- ball.

..." fensive end, and Bob Lilly of hunting opportunities for serves the Air asa Teamed mostly with Chip Myrtle

dallas nipped Merlin Olsen of bombing range and Carl Cunningham but
Force. Accelerated bombing
NEW DEFENSE: Kansas City employed a new front againstthe Los Angeles defensive tackle.In also at various times with Frank
have resulted in an
New York Jets in which Buck Buchanan, the 6-foot-7, another close contest, Dick excessive maneuvers amount unexploded Richter, Henry Sorrell and Lou

o 287-pound tackle, moved to defensive end. Butkus won the middle linebacker bombs and rockets scattered Andrus Huard has made 17 unassisted

With Buchanan moving to right end, Ernie Ladd moved spot from Green Bay's Ray the tackles in the put two
throughout area.
from left to right tackle, Ed Lothamer went In at left tackle Nltschke, with Tommy Nobls of Do not touch or disturb is the weeks while gaining experience
I I and Jerry Mays remained at left end. One result was that Atlanta a close thrid. Larry the as a signal-caller.
word for soportsmen on
key
rJy Buchanan knocked down four of Joe Namath's passes. Wilson of St. Louis completesthe Avon Park area. According to He again will be learning while

"The adjustments we made In our defensive line with SPORT poll with a heavy playing when Denver meets
Air Force officials the unexploded -
,
Buchanan playing end turned out very well" said Coach rote u the NFI/s top safety ordances are not duds Houston Sunday in one of four

fa 1 Hank Strain "This is the most pressure our defense has man. and each Is armed and may be games on the AFL program
ever put on Namath. With pressure like that and four passes Buffalo is at New York, Kansas
1 set off by a minor disturbance.
knocked down it has to bother a quarterback and cause him City at Boston and Miami at
to O.E. Director
Frye
to change the trajector of the ball" Richard Petty According, Game and Fresh Water San"The Diego thing in tbat'uurpr1sed the others. me

Fish Commission
one sports
,
most so far Huard "Is
says ,
man was involved In a serious
As 1961 the speed of the linemen.In college
Reigns accident last yearwhenhepkked -
TONIGHT 1.tRACE 8O'CLOCK NO MINO 5 you hear how t.uttheare
ON17SQl1TBP' up an unexploded bomb and
but you dotft believe it. Now I
NOW OPEN similar incident this season believe it."
NASCAR King may result In the closing of the
As for the making of a middle
Avon Park Wildlife Management
ITUICHT lOUR ION WHISKY M PROOF C1MS OLD CHMTH OIST.CO.,IMHIVIIU.cv.rv" DAYTONA BEACH-After Area to public bunting The target linebacker, Huard, points to
NASCAR
taking everything the three Important ingredients bethinks
circuit offered, Richard Petty areas are closed to bunting are and
400 necessary, says
Ranch I and travel and sportsmen should
has no regrets for giving up he already has learned one extremely -
observe the closed signs for
for
three-button.uIt driving important lesson about

Tick-tack...tick-took... toes on weekends during the their own safety. his position."There .

Restaurant and Motel racing season. are aeveralthlngs that

the Bourbon thatdidIit The stock car Jockey from Top Rookies Named go into making a middle linebacker

Randleman drove his blue Plymouth ," Huard says "Yoa

to a record 27 victories, In Major Leagues must have the ability to call the

watch the clock! 5410 New Kings Rd. won $130,275 (a record,) and at ST LOUIS.-The SportingNew right defense at the right time.
one point won 10 races in a rowa You have to be able to read

( record). it had s announced chosen from recently the 22nd that formations quickly. And you

The National Association for hare to have the agility to get
010 CHARTER annual
poll of major league
Stock Car
Auto Racing released to the ball carrier.
players Lee May of the Cincinnati -
40 Apartments And Rooms the final driver championship Reds "But the single most Important
and Rod Carew of
Finest Bourbon points and money standings recently the Minnesota Twins rookies lesson Pve learned is not to lineup
Kentucky's
in the wake of the final too close to the line of scrim
of the in the National and
race of the season at Weaver- year .mage. This is a habtf I carried

7 years old vine, N.C. American ively.In Leagues respect over from college. What it does
Beer And Wine The North
Carolina hotshot
selecting the best rookie Is cut down your angle of pursuit. -
finished secodn la that 230- ."
pitchers Dick of the
mile race to pick up 720 driver World ,Champions Hughes St. Louis And what does Huard feel is the

points and push his seasonwinning most important thing he has to
Cardinals in the National League -
Steak Chicken Chops Seafood total to 42,472., This was
and Tom Phoebus of the concentrate on to become a
[ 6,000 points better than his Baltimore Orioles In the American complete middle linebacker?

nearest competitor second- League were hosen. "That's simple," he says
;
Bar-B-Ore place finisher James Hylton of "Concentration."
Inman,8.C. Phoebes 25, compiled a 14-' j I
mark for the Orioles while
In wiping out the old annual
Ribs victory mark of 1J races won Hughes, 29, bad a 16-0 record SIVE TO I FIGHT
in helplnt ptlch the Cardinals to
.. set by Tim nock, of Atlanta in
le lf l- ChickenReservations 1961 Pettys greatest feat this .the National League pennant. n-
May at first base
waf itlllaed
that be than
year was woo more
for the Cincinnati club and
half of the races he entered ((27of l.M
Call: 7659271 48). Carew played second: base and
finished the season bitting at a

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I Panthers Rush Over Central Academy 16-6 In Homecoming TiltPro I


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Football St. Louis' Preo
Cepeda FelrSOItl8LUr"

______ _._ Ground Attack Is
Draft A Fraud Named Most Valuable


NEW: YORK-J-I say pro football In National Uaque .
draft \U a fraud" ,
says' FactorIn
sportswrlter Ed Linn in an I NEW YORI6-A tsr finishing w Outstanding
article In the current Issued I r the 1967 baseball season with a
SPORT Magazine batting overage of .329, hitting
Linn challenging 25 home runi and knocking in
former National
Football Leagur commissioner ., 110 runs this year to lead the rr Prep ThrillerThe
Bert Bell's assertion Cardinals to their first National
League pennant tine 1964 Or-
that "the fundamental ,
purpose lando clawing Panthers of Matthew Gilbert defeated a game Central
Cepeda wu named unanimously I
and sole function
of the
playerselection the Most Valuable Academy eleven 16-8 and notched a big nine win before a
system Is the equalization Player in the senior loop. !>1lant homecoming crowd on last Thursday night at Sun Valley, I
of the clubs in the league w.Y. YJ Outstanding members of the
," says that the real pur The 30-year old native of fighting Panthers offense in 4-2-1 Including it's 2-2-1
pose Is "to prevent the new Ponce, PJt.was the No. I selection winning a hard fought contest standing In the Big Nine.
players, fresh off the of all 20 members who The is set for
campus were, Kenneth Williams, Jerry stage now the
from negotiating in an open participated of in the annual voting New kirk and Herman Com annual East -West Classic to
'' the Basevall Writers Association -
market. mlngs. Newklrk contributed to be played In the Gator Bowl on
of America The
tIlt equalization were what the only previous the win by pulling down a 15- November 23rd, pitting the
unanimous
NFL wu really Interested in," selection In the yard pus play from Kenneth Panthers against New Stanton
continues Linn In the SPORT 3Iearlolthnot1Dcwer.Amerlean High School
Graham on the first play of the
Magazine article, "they could Leaguers Hank Greenberg -
second for
quarter accounting
do it in 1935, Al Rosen In 1953, STATISTICS
simply
very by permitting the first douchdown the game
Mickey Mantle 1956 and Frank
he bottom teams to
draft
from
Robinson He also accounted for two extra -
in
the top teams" 1966. Central Gilbert
Carl Hubbell of the 1936 New points.
The first three teams in each Cummings contribution wu a
conference buedon York Giants came closest to I' First Downs 8 10
record and National 20-yard burst off left tackle,
disregarding divisions within League unanimous which accounted for the Panther Yards rushing 57 205,
the conference, would reserve vote when he received six rotes .. last touchdown with 5:15: Yards passing 13 38,
with two experts -'-- --" -- ----
15 players, according to Linn's sbstaWngeHubbell Passes 2-14 3-8.
equalization plan with all the had a 26-6 record anda Leading the defensive charges of undefeated Santa Barbara High Shown fromleft are Cyril Gain,17,m pounds.Danny Herring left In the game. The bard Punts 9-24 5-25.;
other players going, into 2.31 earned run average that School (Calif.) are members! their front four,with a combined '15, 312 pounds; Bob (Big Man)) Pointer 18, 4C'l pounds; and AI charging speedster had a total of Passes Inter by 1 2:
pool They bottom uequalisation season. total weight of 1,254 pounds a spread of 13 feet, nine Inches and Reginato, 16, 230 pounds 63 the yards from scrimmage for Fumbles lost 1 1Z'

team in each conference- would the Cepeda, In getting the nod, Is an average weight of 31) pounds per man. Lebon evening Nicholas led a defensive Yards penalized 50 FO'
first baseman to win the
be entitled to select one man line Central's
charge chasing '
from each of the first three MVP award since Stan Muslal, Jackie Vickers the end tone with Central- -0800.
teams the seventh-place team now Cepeda's general manager, Charles Taylor Wins Table-Tennis TourneyCharles a little more than a minute left Gilbert- -0 i 07-16

would take one man from tbet1r&t..and won The it Baby in 1946.Bull's powerful bat I[_ Taylor defeated Wll- Following the tournament, a in the second quarter account
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second-place teams, proved the difference between Sport ShortsMCLAIN I bert Brown in the finals of the six man team wu selected to for the other two points. FAMU Defeats v

and the sixth-place team would the Cardinals' 1966 and 1987 at- monthly Table Tennis 7 urna- represent the center In compe- Central's lone touchdown came,, rv
take one player from the top tack. He wu the big stick who ment last Friday at the Earths tition against other teams. about midway through the second -. CONTINUED FROM PAGE 12 '.

club. drove in the key runs for the. II, White Community Center, Team members are: Taylor, quarter when Harold Fattier one and the Rattlers lead 29-23
"But the owners would never Cardinals, whose fleet, sting- CHALLENGED 21-19.15-21,21-17. Brown; Lundy, Laertrnce; Wll- recovered a Panther fumble to with 11.14: left In the game.t
stand for it," concludes Linn 'hitting Lou;; Brock and Curt Tiger pitcher Denny McLain, explaining In the current Taylor defeated Richard Lundy bert, Sneed and Willie J. Sett start a march of 51 yards which Glen returned the punt 10 yards!

in the SPORT Magazine article Hood were constantly on base.* Issue of SPORT Magazine why he throws so many home- In the Semi-finals 24-22,19-21, ler. took seven plays Johnnie Car-* to the Southern 48. c
"because it would be they Cepeda was double happy the' run balls, says: 21-19. Brown reached the finals The team will meet at the center rol carried the ball over from Nine plays and six minutes latter (

who would be giving up property main reason being because of "When I get a couple or 'runs ahead I don't try to pitch by beating Owen Lawerence every Monday Wednesdayand the six yard stripe The PAT Rattler quarterback Ken*

rights. They prefer to go on the Giants' accusation that he fine. I just try to challenge a hitter the Semi-finals. 21-17,18-21, Friday 6:00 to 7:00 p.m wu blocked by Booker T. Riley scored from one yard out

depriving the young men fresh wasn't a team player "Unfortunately, this year I lost 34 challenges," sighs Denny. 23-21. (or. practice. Haynes with 3:44: left to play The final

off the campus of then only pro. Included 'In the top five of t1'6 Gilbert's record now stands score reading 36-23. ,_
perty right they have-their polling choices were.Tim Me- "-".!-R-

property right in themselves Carver of the Cardinals, 133
and their ability" points; Roberto Clement*, the CE PEDA LIKES FENWAYThe '0{'

Pittsburgh Pirates' outfielder, current issue of SPORT Magazine quotes Cardinal !.

One. Goal Basketball last year's winner 139 points; star Orlando Cepeda on which team he wu rooting for In LAFAYETTRADIO V,..
Ron Santo, Chicago third baseman the American League pennant race last September "

fourth and Hank Aaron,Atlanta "Fenway Park," said Orlando envisioning that friendlyleft
League To BeginThe outfielder, was fifth.ICCFAMU field wallAROWATCLEMSON ELECTRONICS

Earths M.Whlte Community seer's
Center will begin its first Vie

senior one-goal basketball -
boys

league November 27, at For SIAC Crown Clemson football caoch and athletic director Frank Howard MYnWIFW

4:30 p.m. The Bethune Cookman College wasn't too receptive when approached for financial.aid for a
Each team will be composed Wildcats ended rugged drills proposed rowing team, according to an article in the current

of three men, and only six recently and received parse issue of SPORT Magazine -- ..%I'Q( -.. WITH THISCOUPON
players to a team roster Julius .
from Headcoach Jack McClal- "Clemson says Howard, "will! never subsidize a sport

said Gulnyard"Teams,are center not director being accepted ren, "as a good looking outfit where a man sits on his tall and.goes backwards." 30-WATT STEREO SYSTEMS LAFAYETTE "Suptr 10" ONLY

for the. that any coach could be proud WITH MODEL L :45aT -r 10TrsntittorpocMt I
league. of ., .' .. '. ,d .1, 'rw .. :' ,1 Radio
Team./ must
icaptalns register letX Gofhttut SOUD-STATE
Wildcats idle last
The week
the names, address and age of ,
each member of his squad. are preparing for the Florida STEREO RECEIVER ',
Approximately five games will AIM Rattlers in Tallahassee Schenley... } DeI
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be played each night.A Saturday night 8 p.m. sr .o. ufwsnA SALE

trophy will be awarded to McClaIren said, "For the first always in thecenter re i I I / PRICEI

the winner and runner-up team. time since accepting the Head- Deep and SlowIf
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coach job at B-CC, I face the you're not getting flail II'( i
Rattlers with near complete theM days the oddi are about I
confidence." During MeClalreifs twenty.to-one you're Ashing too =-r 17-4JO etr I

FACTS rookie year he wu tilt and too shallow. OurPln.iMOTr.it.tutor .
beaten by the Rattlers 73-0. The moat exciting type of' of things I C i Minl.tvrs j While They Lost!
million angling occurs on the surface __ P.diOi
Approximately 300 McClalren said since that
but over the long haul you'll .i Unique{ Twin Volumt end Tuning{ 1----------
paperback books were printed in time Pve had better teams each And that moat nan In moat \ L.1 o.L-.1 Indicator Controls 1I I
this country last year year but this year the Wildcats areai are taken In deeper 1- / Camel I*, wltn VoHI loitlwr H ryDYNACOMI Cite, I rphont HI-21 MOBILE tWAYJIADIOMM75C

have a little ef everything." water and by anglers who :
as.eeae To-date, the B-CC Wildcat have the patience to flab their Complete Stereo Phono System -
lures at a anall's crawl.
have piled up 200 points in sli "fish 'em deep an* alow U Rer. I' ,
In 1949 William R. Ming, Jr., games. This week they stowed the advice offered to Oihennen 219 239.95 1 .
a Chicago attorney, was the up in the top 20 NAM National by the eiperta of Mercury Out- i WATTS Of rOWER I ;a. .' '
first Negro elected vice chairman Rating Sheets In total defense boards, and It'a o Up that dervei .. t tl 1SJ4WXM I CHANNELS
further consideration. L"' "t. M.d.l, UM9CT 30 Wilt I.I'd. II ONlY2"
of the American Veterans and rushing defense '
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Committee Clewls Wright, the leading Infallible While no thla theol'1ln business fishing of r II....'. M.d.l 40 MKII 4.1,.<< Aulsm.lis 79'IASMYtAW I HIGH

I SIAC Conference punter, Is 17 witching to deep-running plugs I Picturing A".rCMnlef Vl/Afl earned Nitdls I II Coo
in thenattonwltha43.taverage. when on.top bait fall to produce Slim eoll"...* I MM,1--.u....tl....x.,.. 9995t
Watch Wright who has also seen a lot la merely common sense U Itrrird..|.r am Wllnul Por Aut.m.tl ins Itflty P.te.rdCh. Clltr M iM.....ti '.
woe 1M' .
? +r
of action: u Quarterback this During I 24-hour period the 1Leh With Silv.r. mm IAMM,"_ I 11-le.
ahallowt are good mainly lathe y ('rrard Melded Pintle Dull C..., fit I
This Clown611SS4 season has completed 39 ,
,
passes a.o.rChnpr wrw rase
early morning and at dusk. ,
p t.ltl' .tt. "Ctiltne 10" Wide .'DMI 3/eel t rid Coo I
for 532 yards for a IOU ..
The rest of the time you'll do Wiy kiHti' < indr rinr SpssY ly SANS AS AlOVI WIT"
game average with five touch better In the depths. 1f .: (Oilt, W.mul) r r i =;( ,.;.;,,'(-IN I 2HHANNIL 0'11 A lION

downs. The biggest handicap to fishIng I .vl ,. .f
McClalen said "The a bottom bait properly
game
31-44-i1 In Tallahassee will have added.' la which the Invariably nsherman'i causes Impatience him to Ay. rcpNVlNlCNf YQtYJNO CHAIttf|KAff LI c_ .... 12495 '

interest because BeUmne- retrieve too fast It take plenty
1 Cookman is currently tied with of self.restraint to let an artl- -- ------- J
Florida AiU for the top spot. flclal link down Into 15 to 30 Mod,I.RK-815 4-Track Stereo I SOlID ITATI MOIIll ,
5 I in the conference I would like 'feet of water and then retrieve lr I J.WAT I P, N.L..lww-t1'1 IAOIO with J-Stof Pint. J 4
3 4 nothing better than clenching It 10 slowly it would play Tips Recorder I K" NWM I.do.I 2I
second fiddle to a low turtle.Aa ,
. the conference championship in a general rule, turn the : '.1299s C.nlpl.l. I "
6i-it-SS Tallahassee. We won't do anything reel handle one complete turnabout I

different against the Rattlers every live second Occasionally whh 1 ...
twitch the rod tip 4Trua q.no rod 2 dye.mkMenourol
because we have a well-
41 41- 51 rounded to make the lure dart forward. 1 A.cadf m r I II
offense. The team is Playback
The strikes jroull get adequately II I
Tips OMdtt 1-Olfit '
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Sometimes He's Up,Sometimes- not built up around one Individual compensate for thIs Tip*counter :1 r/ ahb., I IU.,.. c-
He's Down He Adds Subtracts star. For Instance, both painstaking retrieve l r e. e0pwaalnYMkdN k 2 ruhhN
e'p
fullbacks Another advantage! of work' Horisonui Petition r ,. a.lapo, ==
He workds.lt all around. my are among top 10 rtuxi+vx t3 1 + $18995
rushers In the rllllfere c.. big the depths with a bottom r"Inpb Iwoh' w
.
bumper ls the fact that this to tomptoto with I Dyn.mle Mlkti,4 Connoctlnf hl. up ad, ..
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C.el.r a Ruhtxr sal C M.r"UOrup Sad!
45 32 53 the home of big tankers flab /L_ Ioli4 Vinyl CpgwiSCM.ndle ,-wrrwrwrrrI -
seldom taken In the shallows.. 'ssz 33EGi' ,'
COMING ATTRACTIONS Dr. Julian |Is 80 don' give up too quickly 61f 4-TRACK STEREO RECORDERUFAYETTE I TIISAT M CJYSTAl OEIUXI
when you're on the water and 4/5 or. PTKOMI I I SOUO flail 2 WAY IADK

,. II 14 244 Honored For' the fishing action accordingly I* alow. Dear and your hug MSff.:M PlOOf W%tae HKH INTENSITY ,LAMP $16995 1: .

that bottom that where fans iniiTtKDUUT MT a.m. "'

MAN'S DAYSNUMBERED the fish are $ ,4-Trock$l.r..on1 Mwwvrol I
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Julian renewed chemist, has ,Sand-wlikdwnd I All Cryttah .u,,,..... 22 Trait.ACorllvtfts .
Health"Man's and Days Fortune are Numbered.Can Ee 1 been presented Founders'Day 25.00 Down, '9.00 Per Month. e HI-LowOff Selector Switch 'fwle.rSwed I I11W. .,,"""' .nc.1_ IC.....

civic award by Loyola universi e Rugged Construction 17T.-
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Lucky >;s. He Sleek Modem Sty nft ,1.._H..,......Madbdng r.as..
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wu receive the No Interest Or Finance Charges en
award because of his dlstingusihed .DIr"5 Lard Iran Rmni PUy" .r with Mttt 11 h.... 159
'Luccy Colors, etc. : community leadership M..1Ic Pklup
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Box 1171 Jacksonville, Fls; Roving I drug. RADIO' ELECTRONICSLAFAVETTE
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.1AVING A PR0BLEM stEM STERO SYSTEM SYSTEM HI-FI RACK c.... Bermuda Burfirf Cut the content EWC Set For Final AI,.a Omega PALATKA FLORIDAPalatko -

of a Can of Armour corned
EVERY DAY OF Grid Clash With ,
has the works. Original prlc< beef hath Into 4 tlicei. Brown huh
$199. Has balance $78.or M- I round with 4 dices of Bermuda Semi-Formal
YOUR LIFE some $8 monthly payments.I ,. I onion In butter or margarine, or West liberty Stttt CA Bulldogs Nix
Warehouse -1606 Main Street. I heat In aluminum foil on (till. Serve Was Success
smaller the
Many seem once )
with millIard'on warm bunt. Or Alter playing to a 6-8 tie with
are understood. Let me try to .. serve with cheese dice Kentucky State on last week The members of Club Alpha. Murray Hi Bulldogs 37-0
belp with PersonalProblems MODEL
you your CONSOLE Omega a of seniors fron -
end, the Golden Tigers have group
Confidential All A-l worked bard all week in the. William M. Rains High>> High est person of an was Captain
SEWING MACHINE, Shape, preparation The Central Academy
Mall postage to this country IDlE KPSIVEMERTErvlng FIRM. FOR RENT of the C.A.
Apt Charles Puryear
: School.obserred Itssecond anniversary
15? Zig Zags, makes button boles, for taker final clash band took part in the annual back
onbuttoni with pre-domlnately white West with a semiformalpartj 1 Veterans Day parade. The band Bulldogs when be ran an
fancy designee, sews I Construction Horns Furnished apartment for rent
for a touchdown.The .
in the auditorium of Wal interception
OMEGADept. appliques, monograms etc.: Improvemtn repair and rooms No children 355-0111. j Liberty State College Saturday ker Commerlcal gave tconcerttttheaaraulPut- CJLMarcblng Band,under
; night in Sun Valley College Fair November
f'SN Sold new for over $300. MUSt for those who need to be financed Dam County
direction of the C.A.Bulldogs -
balance In their game with the Members present were: Jac- U/ They have also received an the
Just
POX: 29, Multenburg, C.P., SACRIFICE. pay no money down. OM FOR RENT Thoroughbreds in Blue-Grass quelyn Jones, Cecelia Watson, In the when he ran back an interception
$62 assume $8 montly : invitation to participate
or pay
South Africa house, for $275 down and $5/. Laura Wells Mat- for a touchdown.
country, the Tigers seemed to Gwendolyn Orange Blossom Classic Parade -
Credit
Call
cents Manager Siesta Motel, 6 apartment can 449 Belfort St. 4 rms. prlv hews Sandra Annie Maude Willlngham
848-6257 anytime. Wllldellver. have been very much them- Henry, Gall Wit- December 2, and to parU- Mlssj ,
be arranged for sales, at a water t of the
bath t porch, dec. in sell Cynthia Martin. M1WcentNor general chairman C.A.
selves outstandIn
No obligation playing an | ctpate >in the St. Augustine
fair down payment 1210 1/2 conv. to bus. Couples & child, defensive game in holding ton Gwendolyn Pascal 1 Christmas Parade, same date. Homecoming activities, gave
Davis St, 3548703.'ISABELLA ,$16.00 wk..388-64'12. t opponents to only one Jeanie Ford, and Vivan CaI,. The C.A. Bulldogs lost a fine general-thanks and congratulations -
JnnenfJ9t FOR MEN AND WOMEN their The members, sponsors, and 1 football game to the Gilbert to the participants and pa
AGES RENT I Charles Cusack EWC guests bad an enjoyable evening: in trons.
OF All IF PARIS ROOM FOR put on panthers last Thursday, 16-6 for the
awards best
together Community
th e Scoreboard In the first Jacksonville. The next outingfor
Take NewIMPROVED NATURE That's Mel i nave the Anas- Room for single working lady : decorated float went to first
Quarter accounting: for the only the Bulldogs will be In Ocala -
TABLETS for that tired rundown log superior tonic tablets 1-WJok ... ..... ,,
,, pep from bus line,flow beat "'" """"" 'J""' against me Howard Wild Bulls palce, Carter's Kindergarten,
feeling that keeps you from for all the things you want to do. 'lag, if Interested caU 354-1374 Sepia December>I Lane Kindergarten, and place
ftnjeylng/ life. Box of 30, $1.00. Satisfaction r --- Miss Rho mania.
I'lOO Tablets $3.00. 200 Tablets guaranteed or Money back For Issue The Bulldogs went to Jacksonville -
$5.00 $1.00 deposits on Men and Women. SEX IN POISON t Portrays o n Thursday, November -

c.o.d.'s. 9, to take on the Ma-
EMPIRE PRODUCTS Jt SALES P. 0. Cox 230, Dept S. Prison Sex LifeSex thew W. Gilbert Panthers In the
Dept. FS, 5937 N. Broadway Panther Homecoming game

Chicago, ILL. 6052B Gary. Indiana Inmates get mating privileges in prison goes far beyond- Several Pilatkans attended
in Mississippi Jail the mere homosexual activity Edward Waters-Bethune Cook-
MBTEL which one ordinarily suspects man football games in Jacksonville -
APTS. FOR RENT of taking place In jail Miss Connie BeltonIs
'SUMMER RATS' In Mississippi,male prisoners w a bead'. majorette" tor the EWC
805 Acorn 3 rm. $37.50 Mo. 12 rooms, Private bath $5.00, are allowed to have sexual relations Band., M1SS.SYM Howard is
a 320 E. Beaver 3 rm. $35.00Mo. 18 rooms SemiprivateJ4.0&"' BO NEGRO OMEN '-CHARLES ACK with their wives periodically a golden girl majorette with the *

917 Fla. Ave. 5 rm. $54.00Mo. 1/2 day and truckers $3.00 tally scored by the Tigers when In a unique "motel type" BeC Band
4655 FlynnCt. 4 rm. $60.00 Mo. 0 or 2 persons) 'he intercepted a Eugne Guidry arrangement. Miss Carlean Belton C.A.;
706 Minnie 4 rm. $45.00 Mo. MOTOR COURT pass and took it 36 yards for a In Missouri, two prisoners junior and majorette Is still
1614 Tyler 4 rm. $42.00 Mo. WEWOOD RILE TIE ROOST ,touchdown The PAT was no sexually assaulted another man -confined to the J. Hills Miller
INUGKA; TED 1 good. behind bars, then murderedhim. HoapltaL Galnescille Room 449.
629'Washington Srm.$52.00 Mo. ()(59U u.s. I,Con.Edlewood Ave Kentucky State's Artjanan Booker Vreen is also confinedto
280: Watts 4 rm. $47.00 Mo. _
Phone 764-0003 Always Open Martin returned 74 In New York, a woman begged the JJttllis Miller Hospital.
a punt yardsIn
824 E. 5th 4 $42.00 Mo. look at touchy
rm. An a
If objective
find
His Room Is 440. Mr. Vreen is
you can the third quarter giving the for five years In prison rather
933 W. 27th 4 rm. $55.00 Mo. question
I TOOTHACHIbxs'e Thoroughbreds a tie and a than one year in another Jail employed by the PCBPI as custodian -
better Bourbon chance to win the game.Butthe where she knew she would be WILLIE HANHNS at the Central Academy

a UNFURN. HOUSE ... .It wt/w..lItf tlOIIY.I,,,,,, th Ct,_OU.IU.. ,......'M...wnM.. "Ind Read these interesting storeis point after attempt was no good. sexually] molested! Various departments of the High School
it J87 E. 57th St, 3 rm.$44.00 M4. I::.-r., mil'::':;'Until ==-:( C' and more in In Saturday right's encounter December SEPIA presents a school have helped with county The annual observance of
M".buy : .... ... the tigers defense will be shocking picture of what really wide Putnam County Fair ex- American Education Week will
=. Ask pl..rmcIst for ., December behind hibits. They seem to be well observed by Central Academy
on prison walls.
1/2 PT.mwau. HIGREE bolstered A usual by the out- goes
POLAND t : !.. .
Also Included is done. High School. Mrs. E.K.Plnkney
ara-Jel. :; a penetrat- ,
I KHJUCtf MUIMM
WHI8W M noespNCImr .
Realtors = SEPIA H.H.Wright assistant principal Head of the Social Studies Department
( > ( IK minium oo.FMIKFOIT.IT, 354-8435 311 W. Forsyth St. log study of the role of the Negro -
woman in the home. After is back in school after a will serve as coordinator
II.t N sppn| So. I TA"TNOTICE Now On Sale
looking at the situation from few days absence because of and general chairman.
all angles, weighing the arguments illness. He suffered a minor in- The C.A. Marching Bulldogstook

LINCOLN ESTATES BO YOU NEED 'HELP? pro and con, and answeris Juy.Booker part In the annual Veterans -
given to controversial: T.Vreen, custodian to Day Parade, in Palatka.
YOI RAVE A question: DO NEGRO WOMEN the J. Hillls Miller Hospital, The band will also participate
PROBLEM? RULE THE BOOST Gainesville, Florida.Congraulatlons in the Putnam County Fair.
A BRAND NEW IN TIlE CIRCUIT COURT Of'
OWN DUVAL COUNTY FLORIDA I They come for many reasOll>- Mr. and Mrs Fred R.Brooks, Principal attended
I Worried, Sick, Troubled Debts, StolesHatcherSteer: Charlie Minton, on the birth of the Florida InterScholastic -
CASE NO.
BRICK HOME! 67-S408 Nervousness, Money Problems a boy, Edward. Mr. Minton Is Athletic Association
U1VIMONUJosephine and Domestic Troubles. Clear Math instructor.Mr. meeting to be held In Orlando.
Day, Plaintiff n. Some have been able to buy L.V.Davls, Coordinator, We extend thanks to those wh
: 3 BEDROOMS -162 BATHROOMS CLOSE TO MODERN Harold Day, Defendant Homes, Cars, Pay off old bills,. WALTER SIMMONS 01 Spoils Systems Office of Economic Opportunity have helped, aiming them being
NOTICE OF SUIT Get Jobs,Even Pay Their Child working out of Govenor Claude Miss Sermon and other
standing play of big Walter SlmI I CONTINUED secre-
:SCHOOLS AND LARGE SHOPPING CENTER. SELECT: TO: Harold Day, rents way through college and mons 65" 210-pound senior at stopped when FROM incumbent PAGE 1 Kirk's office, was a visitor last taries.
residence unknown go buslnessess of their own Mayor week M!. Davis Is a long time
OR PLANS LET US HELP YOU defensive end. From this position -
YOUR OWN MODEL Ralph S. Locher delayed In having -
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat ,. All your problems, all your Simmons has blocked eight friend of Principal Brooks.
BUY YOUR HOMEIIN BEAUTIFUL LINCOLN ESTAUS an action for divorce has heartaches, your sickness,your punts this season.Seven of these Stokes cleared said he land would developed.the World, Secretary
been filed against you and you troubles, could very well be were turned Into touchdownswith get Willie Daniels, former studentat
y are required to serve a copy .over with this adopt prayer onfaith Simmons getting credit for the money coming in again by having C.A., was a visitor last
of your written defense if and belief: necessary work done. Thursday. He has just returned
four of the six pointers.
.
faction He added there would be
to It on E, Thornton no"recriminations"against
Jesus said "If two of shall
: you West Liberty State boast a., from New York where to is em
Jr., attorney for plaintiff,whose .agree on earth as touching any his ployed. 1
sound 'defense in that against
7651685GIBBS address Is 442 West Adams that shall ask It shall political foes, and he called fora 1i
7130 Richard son Rd. thing they ,some very good football clubs Mrs. Queenle Miller, e.A.pa- '
Street, Jacksonville, Fla., and ,be done for them" The word a- in their conference they have unity effortamongthecity'spopulation. rent, visited CA.for an official i
file the original with the clerk gree means blending our faith visit last Thursday.
of the above styled! Court on or and our desire, For specific given up an average of 78 yards A bit more specific/ about his The Central Academy High Ii II I
NIGHT CLUB before November 13, 1967; purposesit is a faith act that per! game.r'he plans was Hatcher. He slgnled School Homecoming festivities I
Golden Tigers boast a record -
out four
otherwise a Judgment may be will God to mir areas for rigorous actIon -
move perform of 4-3-1 going into their went off in fine style In every
entered against you for the : Housngcrlmeandvicethe!

Callahan, Fla. 11 P.M. To 3 A.M. I relief demanded in the com acles.Yoe can: Write for Your Prayer final has a game 3-4 record and their for the opponent year. school. board and human relations way.For the Purple and Gold Day

l WITNESS and Lessons today. Address the following classes were 103% .-i ,
FRIDAY NOV. 24,1967 my hand awl the all mU to Key. L. Hatten Post 9B, lOA, 11A, and UC. ,:/, ./
seal of said Court on October ''Office Box ine.Porapanodeach,' FOR SALE The Homecoming Parade was ? '
I 6,1967. Florida 33060. Send a self-ad { .. "
very colorful featuring floats, 1 / .
I MORGAN SLAUGHTER ..."r. ." ; I
dressed envelope along with decorated 1 -of :
INTERGRATED MOTEL & RESTAURANTLOCATED cars, marching units f .
"
As Clerk
TED of said Court whatever donation you chose and five bands members. Murray .. .t(. ,
By: J. Thomas visit our Prayer and Blessing High Band, St. Augustine .: 1
AT ; ."
I As Clerk NORTH CITY LIMITS ON U.S. HIGH- :
i Deputy Service. Call Area Code 305, Campbell High Band, Daytona .\ ,
ACourtSeil( WAY NEAR .;.PKOSPfiRIOUS'NEGRO
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972-5342, POMPANO BEACH, NEIGHBORHOOD. Beach; Harris High Band,HastIngs .t'
[ Nov. 18/25, Dec 2/fc ..FLORIDA.Yn ; Crooms High Band, San- Idrx Char Is Whltfen had been-.
14 Modern units with T.V., W.W. Carpets and
c TAYLOR 40 seat modern restaurant completely equipped.room Serious phones Illness ford Band.and Central Academy High elected Parenthood-World Secretary of Population Planned,

Bu't .Have Ti Ci T| 'T... Ti Kit of owner forces the sale of this money maker. Land alone The junior class tookflrst a- the national birth control organization. -
Is worth the asking-price$105,000.00..Downpayment of $35,000 ward for the most beautiful Mrs. Whltten has been
required Owner will consider trade for real estate.Reply Box school float in the parade. The a member of the PPWP Nation
LOW PRICESDRUG 9142, Jacksonville, 32208.Thanksgiving. second award went to Miss CX al Board of Directors. She is a

.E. .. 'Try Me Again' .float. The 3rd award went to resident of Detroit and has ser-
'stay Away From My Baby' Holiday Sped.rERRIER'S 'Central Academy's Elemetary ved u a member of the Michigan
Social Welfare Commis-
school. Honorable mention to
"Be Ever Wonderful'
the sophomores and to Oak sion.

Mercy, Mercy, Have Pity On Me' STORE NEEDS ) ICE CREAM Grove Elementary. -

'Don't Help Me, Help The Bear' Special Quality Prices former Many out graduates of town were students among and

trade with Yow f. N e Ighborhood Drugstore those presentfor festivities. Democratic Voters'
; '* WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADV. IN YOUR, LOCAL EGG NOG Among those accounted for were
Show & Dance 90t Qt.
Big PAPERS. We deliver. We slog fill all Doctors Prescriptions. Kenneth Hobbs, Camp Stewart, Plan Member Drive
Gas: Louis Atkins New York
I 2% Gal.' Claretha Love, Carol Wiggs,
: The Democratic Worn.n Voters -
ADMISSION 2.00 AT DOOR-TABLES FREE c24a Jacksonville; Harriet Sermdn,
: League has announced Itsmembers'1p
Dixie Pharmacy ICE CREAM Carol Mills, Ann Loquita Osgood Brewer, Florencla, Be- drive. They have-


Need Church Club 1312 Kills Rut At Myrtle Call 356-3255 For Quality thune-Cookman Holland, Florida and Memorial College Jerome; Babara Kirkland College -- bers now The State become of tie Cr'-e state charter'.,Uon or ,was nlzatlon.' mem-held


Pleas Etta 5587-81 5 Locations To Serve You D'Arc,Sermon, Betbune- Mrs.in Pensacole Bessie 1,Collins en November, Mrs Ladle 2.

Or Wedding PicturesCALL Cookman College Homes and Mrs. Thomas
Try Our Delicious Hanburgers-20t; The Central Academy Bulldogs
l McGee
attended
president the
PAY. YIIR HUT WATER All defeated the Murray High Bull-
FOR APPOINTMENTS, It WILL CGMl: TO W: I: dogs 37-0. Probably the happi convention.

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