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TALLAHASSEE-Jlorkb't
Supreme Court has refused to-
issue an order for the releaseof
two condemned Negroes FIRED TEACHERS
awaiting death in the electric
chair for murders they have

.bees accused of committing ""'
Cult County
The court told Wilbert Lee,
31, and Freddie Plus, 23, to
reopen their case In the Gulf Na CHARGE RACE BIAS
County trial court where they
were sentenced to the electric 4a
chair after entering pleas of .
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The.court agreeing with the Inaugural Ball School Lawyer
Say Victim
attorney general's office, said Ignored
Pius and Lee should tell the Provides
trial court their story of being I Help Says ContractsCan
"coerced" Into confessing the
August 1963 slaying of two Pleadings To Stop
For Assistance
St gas, Joe.station attendants near Port ffi I l Be Denied

Carl B.
EVELAND. Mayor
It was learned that the court TAMPA.Seven Negro teachers,
Stokes said, following the InMpiral -
took the same action in another ball of last week.the Playing With Gun dismissed becaused of toe closing

criminal appeal, both of which HONORS-Bev..'Richard L, Wilson, left, looks on with Interest u Principal William B. Lan(- .estimated proceeds of$100,000 of the St. Petersburg! Junior
were beard In brief motions ley Is presented a plaque from the PTA educators clothing College filed a suit againstthe
Council during a program which cited several would be used for buying
for habeas cor'puswt Monday for their"service In the community. Holding a bouquet of flowers at center is"Mrs., far school children whosefamilies An "unleaded pistol" as well as failure to heed his uncle's school board. This led to toe
morning Thelma Greene who was also cited for her contribution to the field of education (Other pic- are. on relief. warning of "stop playing with that or someone's going to get motion for a three-Judge tribunal -
In both of the cases heard hires on page 4). More than 5,000 persons attended hurt brought almost sudden, and certainly agonizing, deathto to hear the complaints
by the high court the rule that PHOTOS By Bob Smith the ball. Stokes victory Johnnie Qulller, twenty-year-old Jason a.he sat with othersip Federal Judge Ben Krenttman, I
appeals based this of took the matter under I Iadvisem.nt.
type
on of Tampa
a car at
remained so even after a recount Playbill Lounge la\ Callahan,Sunday.
claim must be heard first by .
the trial court. U.S. &requested by Republican According to Chief Deputy ger-sue-twice-three times-- The teachers e barged toe
In the Lee-Pitts case, Miami Treasury $30,000 In Stock Will Be Seth Many Taft.political leaders paidup Emory Walker andDepaties Ben and four limes.Either board with being prejudiced.They .
attorney Phillip Hubbard said Persons Sessions and Curtis Telfalr the third or the fourth are also challenging; the
Pitts was ''beatentospulp"be Sold Charter MembersThe to $tOO per couple. who were near toe Playbill "pull" released the bullet The constltutlonof a state law which
fore he confessed and that Lee Gives Order By holding watched $5.00 from balconies tickets watched in the Lounge on VS. 1, north of specifies the rules for retention
was abused though not as bad the Duval-Nassau County line of teachers when positions are
ly as Pitts. West Jacksonville, Association for a Better Community bugh ball room.Stoke" close the fatality, occured at about Y' abolished.

The Dade attorney said that OR Segregation Development Corporation, a group of Negroes, has launchedout was final victory The November though 7 ref -, ,8 p.m. Sunday on the lounge Judge Krentzraan said he would
Army investigators who talked with a program designed to Improve the appearance of the j J.f grounds... have to find "substantial chal
p count Stokes Democrat.
ioMtl .., n4.Army prints at >,7he",,flailed,States:'treasury neighborhood by.financing,more homeowned businesses, in.the;'*, U9S6fVvries gave and"Taft, ,.*.* This was also verfied by lenge" on the question of the
ea fiherBHW.Yctingblood of Nassau ,
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the time, 90 minutes after be has announced new regulations area constitution before the matter
publican: 127,717 votes
confessed found that Pitts' face County. could be presented to a three- J,
as to discrimination within the Tie*nsw effort was launched tlon for that areas.If Mayor Stokes emphasised, a '
that Qulller
was a bloddy pulp. department. This new directiveextends at the West Friendship Baptist this effort succeeds,accord few days that his Interest Reports are of. Judge panel. Application of the
ago 1018 Julia
was sitting on the
Hubbard was asked by a Justice equal employment regulations Church. Robert L.C.WWimu ing to officials ,tt might be possible will be In all the people. This front seat of a car talking with law might be handled by him
why this Information was to receive more money alone, be said
to all banks, savings was elected president. The statement was given Impetus
not disclosed at the time the Supreme Small an uncle, Eddie Davis, same Another has been media
States case
from the United
and loan associations and other group plans to hire a lawyer to when he appointed a new Chiefof address Annie Brown of 721
Court upheld the sentences Business Administration The tU Florida Supreme Court.
agents within the area of the get the corporation formally Police.
Court 1
No. was also in the
and be said the Army SBA can loan now on a car. Mrs Jewel Burney was the
treasury. chartered in toe State of Flori money The several days ,
mayor, ago while
Investigators did not testify to 12,000 commerkal banks must da. 9 to 1 matching basis as a result with Mrs. Stokes was in Miami Qulller with the talking, and kept"toying" plaintiff. The Florida court ruled t
the grand Jury. He claimed the recheck their rolls 6,000 savings Mrs. Barbara Williams of the battle on poverty. for a rest. when his uncle told pistol him to, --- -- against her. Plans are for I
court-appointed attorney for the Williams went further to state appealing to the Washington!
and loans organisations housewife, was elected secre JOHNNIE QUILLER
leave It alone
men mishandled the case. have been warned. Commerlcal tary. William Smalls, and employee that toe neighborhood needs a "dumped" the bunal. Mrs Barney's case is
Hubbard said a white man now banks not covered by an earlier of the Jacksonville Naval "first class grocery and a drug Police Routs bullets from the death-dealing bullet went straight from the not one of the aforementioned

in Ralford serving life term for ruling are now under the ham Air Station, is treasurer store", in addition to other However, Qulller apparentlydid gun passed '' right<< temple*' seven. However Mrs. Burneyis
a murder near Fort Lauderdale mer. After the charter has been received establishments.This not realize that the gunmight .and through his head. one of the teachers dismissed -
confessed the Port St,Joe raur- bas Negro Students He was pronounced dead atHumphreys .
There must be not discrimination according to Williams, organization been not be empty.
data andthathisgirlfriendcor- in hiring,promotion,training the corporation hopes to issue able, over the past few years, Then according to reports he Memorial Hospital Attorney Edward Turville,representing
,
roborated the story. and other personnel activi $30,000 in stock for loans to to have nondescript houses demolished DemonstrationPHILADELPHIAAA in Fernandlna Beach Inquest the school board, ,
kept the of the '
placing
He said the Fort Lauderdale nose was planned for the accident, moved to remove the names of
ties. Several commerlcal banks Negroes in too neighborhood, better trash pickup I'
and Port St, Joe murders all 38-caliber. pistol to his head, according to Chief Deputy Walker two teachers. William Smith,
who street
in the South have been punished want to start! businessesrecommended service and Improvements ,his He r
rlthttempl. failed
Involving robbery and gas station for discrimination. : by the corpora- in the neighborhood Private estimated to he said, is now employed in a
attendants, were"remark investors have also been 4.QOO to 5,000 Negroes heed toe ,advice. _of those in the Funeral -services- will-be- held Pinellas high school Mrs Mary
ably similar" influenced to become Interested. staged 'a black power demonstration car. He kept pulling the trlg- Saturday,, November 25,at O.Brown was offered a position
In fact, he said, they "almost Victors Get in toe neighborhood. in front of t b e Emanual Baptist Church!,, at I outside of the Junior college,
bear the signature of Curtis Help School Administration Building Gary Mayor P.m., with Rev.S.L.Badger officiating. but refused1 The motion was
Adams,'* the man who claimsto Dr. King Tells last week and had to be brokenup denied by tue Judge who said
have done It. by city police swinging billy that it should be considered at
Asst. AuoneyGeneralGeorge clubs. Prepared For the final hearing Injunctive relief
Georgloff, Insisting that the appeal From All Voters British Confab Police Commissioner Frank Unions Guilty was denied by the Judge
belonged In the trial court, Rlzzo said several persons when Attorneys Earl Johnson
told the court "everybody Involved Of Bias were injured during the thirty Strong Program Of Prejudices and Richard Bellman declined '
in the case is still alive, Danger minute disturbance. Some 400 to pursue their, motion I
except the two men they (Pitts And Set Records police: were aided in bringing Now that Richard Ratchet Is Judge Krentzman raised toe
and Lee) killed and they did It, Dr. Martin Luther King in things under control by sudden mayor of Gary, Ind., he has fallen Says Committeee question continuing contracts 1 i

believe m.." NEW ORLEANS-(NPI)-While the world's,,, were on may- London for a 23rd honorary degree rain and ball which dampenedthe heir to more than Just the Attorney Bellman verified the t

Leader Warns oral victories in Gary and Cleve equally significant selec- warned Britishers about f fiery Negro Student's.pro aegis of the former mayor. He NEW Rochelle, NY The R.H. fact that five have contractual
lions were made In three Southe:rn legislatures,which were in- the possible development o test.A will be faced with a multitude of Macy and Company of New Roc-. rights The school attorney contended
tegrated for the first time sinceIn Reconstruction days, ghettoes on the continent. special task force consists problems, first becuase Brace belle was Involved here last that only Mrs Brown j
Jews Of Ills New Orleand Ernest M. first black man to be elected in King pointed out that strong of 500 state police wereRaymond and bias, and secondly,because. week when the New York Slate Mrs. Perkins and Milton Books
is the -
Mortal won a close election this century to the state legislature legislation only preventive ndUg by after Gov. of the reputed citywide decay of Commission for Human Rights bad continuing contracts before
Ad PrejsdiceMONTREAL) victory, thus becoming the from East Tennessee, for Great gbettolsm.Britain Otherwise will have P. Shafer had received reports, the area. found two local construction 1956. TurvlUe also added that
state's first black legislator in The first nonwhIte Tennessee be said, Its bands which :of the demonstration,but the alert Ratchet, last week,In an interview craft unions guilty of Illegal teachers hare continuing contracts -
meeting this century. At first it was legislator since Reconstruc a problem Into on enermous was called off after a short said, "Gary is a city of discriminatory practices against only as lOGIC as their positions
here last week were told to eliminate thought that there might have to lion days, was A.W. Willis who can grow pro- time. The state police task squalor and crime, kickbacks Negroes continue
their prejudices against be a runoff. A late official check ran unsuccessfully Memphis portions. said the back force were on alert under and fraud, garbage-Uttered The New Rochelle Human 'ikellon Believed To
Dr. King powermovement
the Negro and face up to t b e showed that Mortal won by a' mayor. Booker, a Democrat is Is only a facet of special formulated plans of last streets a dead community," Rights Commission Initiated the
"own rank raw," prejudices. majority of 192 votes over three a 22-year-old former schoolteacher living and that men ana women summer when the Quaker city More than 300000.00 gojnto the complaints. Be That Of Negro
Bayard Raskin,nationally known opponents. The young attorney who attended Knoxville will always, rebel against discrimination was riot threatened.At "squeezes," according to the Two unions were declared OCALA-A teenage hunter
leader for civil rights told the backed strongly by N w Or leans college. physical abuse least 12 persons were Injured new Gary chief. The business guilty One was cleared of the found the skeleton believed to be
Union American Hebrew Congregations Negro voters, was endorsed by Tennessee, M lulu p p 1 and bias. "But," be said, "the including: twopoUcemen, district is a hodgepodge of de- charges. According to toe commission that of an elderly Negro man
that antt-semitlaa the city's twodally newspapers. Louisiana and Virginia are not pelts to fulfillment is not in who were menaced when they attempted lapldated buildings burned-out the business manager missing for more than two years
among some Negroes reflectsonly In Richmond Va., Or.William the only Southern states with destruction'* to stop students from buildings, boarded-up storefronts of the electrical workers union In the Ocala National Forest
their own sense of power. Ferguson Reid, one of eight Drmoncratic black legislators In New York City before flyIng Jumping on autos.and three persons vacant lots,and a myriad admitted that the union had never while hunting on last weekend
Ruskin reminded the large nominees, became John Lucar, Jr., Republican, to Englandjtoe deader spoke caught la the rush of the of other bad spots. beard of a Negro apprentice Richard Teals, a Fort McCoy
gathering that the white man has the lust black man elected: to toe was elected to the Canton Ohio again against violence. "But," dispersed mob. And, there is not a millionairein or Journeyman in the union.It teenager found the skeleton in
always been In power. His remarks state's general assembly lathis City Council. Veteran Councilman be said, "police sometimes Rizzo said 57 persons were arrested toe town..Wealthy landowners was also revealed that sheet an area northeast of Ocala.
were countered by century.In Pete Stacks was reelected. awfully prevocattve." mostly teen-agers and SlId property owners live la the metal workers bad "1 JJUltU1. The sheriffs office said,"The
Robert G. at the demonstration big cities. The ghettoes are ably refused" to cooperate on a I
Charles Sllbertman of the editorial Jackson: Clark including eight girls, bones were scattered around
staff of Fortune Ma- a 17-year-old man, captured a Lloyd 0. Brown, assistant OPEN HOUSING at the Administration then. Prostitution Is rampant. program of on-toe-Job-tralning I over an area of 8 to 10 feet."
gazlne.SlIbermaa felt that anti- house seat after being supported county prosecutor was electedto Building, located near Crime is aa octopus for Negroes.The The identity toe missing man
semitiam and antt-Negrolsm bjr the Mississippi Freedom Cleveland Municipal court 'FLINT, Mfcb<- are about equal In potency. He Democratic party. Clark ran as and Virgil Brown,48,a Republican nonslng laws have been passed buildings. approach all these problems of the alleged discrimination I office but, said he was 89 years
called upon local synagogues an independent la Holmes county was elected to the city la this city and In DeKalb a The commissioner said the demonstration with aa open mind. He win not The city Human Rights Commission ,old vheu be was reported miss-
throughout the country American (Lexington W.1 .),when recent counclLBrowif$ oppooent.Craft community west of Chicago. was broken up when permit prejudice and bias to alter accused the .tore ing May 2, 1965. .
to take an interest in toe voter registretloehasbeen Carter a Democrat, demanded Flint became the not far from about 1,000 youths, some burl his plans for rehabilitation. unions of blocking progress for The man was said to have taken )
education of the Negro. concentrated. a recount. toe site of a proposed$375 million ing rocks and bottles went after He will accept Ms Job u a the) Negro. Streets demon-, many hikes IB tbewoodsand )
Buskin pointed to a "pyscho- The Mississippi legislature Robert N. Duncan became toe atom smasher. Is the 20th two of Us men when they triedto challenge He cannot Issue orders straUons followed and Many liked the outdoors.The .
logicai recohition on the put thus will nave a Negro in Its first black man to be elected to city In Illinois to have such ft make an arrest. In some ar.as. but be will were arrested in protest meet. skeleton was found about '
of the Negro He asked for a midst for toe first time in recent the County court in Columbus law. Flint's ordinance, passed Rixco also said be had previously do whatever be can In those ings. Even when Macy's offered three miles from where another' t
massive program for the elimination history when It convenes In Ohio. after Mayor Floyd J. McCree asked the schoolboardto areas where Us autonomy and cooperation, it was said, the skeleton was found on Oct. 2.
of poverty "A man," January. The election victory Councilman Myron Bush was threatened to resign exempts get aa Injunction to prevent that of his staff can be used. unions refused. That skeleton still has not been
said Raskin, 1s a citizen, be was rot eomback MEFP, .re-elected to toe Cincinnati City dwellings in which owners confirms black power extremists from MAKE YOUR It was also brought out that all Identified bat the Cointy
cause. In the final sense, of his which has been largely dormant CouncDSlldCalY1llCoa.Wrewasr.elected to live, disrupting classes at various of the unions now have Negro ,Sheriffs office said It was believed t
posltio la the conomic and lately. : to the citys board schools but the board bad re- apprentices. The unions were to have been that of a Negro -
:social order" Robert J. Booker became the of Education ** **** fused. VOTL() COUNT ordered to "cease and desist" malt. :




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THE FLORIDA STAR $LEN BEHIND THE ONlY FAILURE : :

A MAN OUGHT TO FEAR IS FAILURE CLEAVIM I .
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TO THE PURPOSE HE SEES TO BEDEST' WHITNEY U, YOUNG,JR.
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v VICTORY FOR DEMOCRACY
Published by the Florida Star Publishing Company
In our history, Negro candidates have been j
major cities. Carl B.Stokes,mayor-e1ect of
MEMBER G. Ratchet maior-wcw ci Cary, now !
talented Negroes who hold important govern- '.

day and one lie dUkJock.v oroclalmed
NEGRO PRESSglMKERNATIONAL: the elections as "National
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ERIC 0. SIMPSON ,-- Mniii| Editir a.perfect indication *thn.

political power the Ne

HILDA VOOTEN --. Circilitin Muifir wield In cooperation wit

in Cleveland conservatives.because he was able to convince

that he was the qualified man for the Job.
2323. Miurlif Road km Elli 467S2VfflOTlKWHovwMia w ; voters have learned to abandon a reflex of
t Negroes are Involved. Real political power

'j, the kind of allinaces that a Carl Stokes

P.O. In 588 J lifli/flirKi( ; 3,2211jJOUHDfUtE rGAI2YWDIANA .* of so-called militants yelling "black
i MAYOR HATCHER MAYOR STOKES what power is or how to get it.

5 i' ttava1AND0Nn0'THERE knowledgeof us that the way to achieve power
the other guy, not to scare him'out of his
with all kinds people and groups In a mean-
Phone 751-3879 ISNOTHING HORSE FOR ANY GROUP THAN'" TOHAVE POWER WITHOUT

SUBSCRIPTION RATES RESPONSIBILITY. TO HAVE STATURE W7 STATUS. THAT IS THE the results of this election will be the death
CONDITION OF 'HELARGE RESTLESS NEGRO I41I RITIE51N MANY CITIES
One Year, $8.00 Half Year. $5.00 In the months preceding the election we
TODAY BY THREATENING TORIOT THEY HAVE CERTAIN POWER TO INTIMIDATE about how solid white
Mailed to You Anywhere in the United States BUT SOcETYNASNOTGP.mrEDTNEIASUFrKENT SHARE OF THE RESPONSIBILITY > dire predictions candidates Toting

Subscription payable in advance TO FORMULATE PROGRAMS AND ACTUALLY CARRY THEM OUT.IF THAT VITAL SHARING Negro Louise Hicks
the candidates for mayor, Mrs ,
OF RESPONSIBILITY BEGINS IN GARY AND CLEVELMD.AND HONORABLY
Send Check Order to
or Money : as a backlash candidate.She bad fought
EXERCISED>,ANEW STATUS NATURALLYFOLLOWFOR NEGROES
FLORIDA TAR P.O. BOX 599 IN THE COMMUNITIES. would have Integrated Boston's school

Jacksonville ,1, Florida NEW)t'ORJ TIMES commentators predicted that she would role
.. '1, "" .. vote. She did role up a large minority
'-

VICTORY GAVE THEIR BLACK COMMUNTIES EQUAL-RESPONSIBILITY'! the lost.point.
we want about numbers of votes Mrs. Hicks
of the machine In Gary which resulted r.
---------------- ----------- -tampering.But this Is not im-
It's Foolish To Resist The DraftFor
f t t'I In the light of the results. Bigots were shown

thousands of years :ten: Of all nations 17 minority, lost.,candidates to bllCltyecUOIII ':

have been called upon to 'defend' their countries 'I YOUR WeeklyHOROSCOPE I so much on the backlashers. I hope :;:;
understand that they have been played up too ,':
and while often
they questioned the
1964, they lost in 1961.
wisdom of the wars they rallied to their but I think It has now been proven that when '::

colors. I' GUIDE I enough white citizens are willing tp stand :::
All kinds of opposition is evident so with Negro citizens for Justice and de ,y

far as the Vietnam War is concerned. Demonstrations -'
,,I'y i iI. message this election gives us is that
have been called some young PABLO The ASTROLOGER white majority will vote with Negroes to
men ave"turned in or burned their draft I. By I than that the backlashers can muster.

cards while others have refused to take the majority,because In matters of race re
.Pd estimate percent of white citizens are
oath of induction.
Most recently in Nashville Tennessee, f WHICH ARE YOUR' LUCKY DAYS FOR from the struggle for civil rights and equal''

Black Power advocate Fred Brooks has found ,
Involved In the and
are actively fight, an-
that his last attempt delay Induction into 1 open bigots.If justice to be achieved, it
the Army was turned down by the court. j jI of American citizens who constitute the other
LOVE'TRAVEL
BUSINESS ,
I -
Brooks, director of the controversial end their apathy.
I .. I at least on election day, that they are not
liberation school last summer, reported for
with the bigots. Large numbers of whites
induction but as of this hour he has not i 1-- '-- _ ____----_,_ -,, ____,- minorities to put both Hatcher and Stokes'
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taken the oath. white votes were forthcoming after so much

We are sure that Brooks is, aware of the ARIES CANCER LIBRA had been stirred up is a tribute to the good

consequences, and if he thinks his cause is CAPRICORN decency of the American people

worth the penalty he can expect to go to BORN MARCH BORN JUNE BORN SEPT., :" BORN DEL at it, lefs' not forget the South. Some local
Negroes, and In many states and localities,
jail This sentence will not be, justified' 21"- APRIL| 19tb 22ndJUlr .u. 23rd ,OCT.. .?3rd 22id. IAN., .uj'T'o firsts A Virginia ,doctor became the first
the ground of discrimination' andtBrooks
on ,
,;_ t .. the House of Delegates since 1891 whlle
,
:
must not try to make it appear to the pub One mort step.. The commercial Keel( the ball rolling. Everything ,, Take it from there: Llbrans Sail onward. There 22 office-holders,all burooe chosen
tempo should get off to a ,should be going according may have .stated the month with .
tic that he is a 'scapegoat.'Road 4 rf any storms darkening
fast clip which would be good to plan making It desirable to some downs, but It should be c luring this last democracy showed a lot of skeptics that It
news to Arlens who art In com adhere to the methods preciously most ups from now on. Close ,thing looks rosy, but a victory for America ,
merce. If yini art not you will used. Local, domestic, cul- deals that bring cash into the till, I not be take as a
benefit nevertheless through tural and occupational Interestes with out letting any so-called ,aggerated -
Planning Traps Our Monicipalites overtime, extra assignments, or are all being highlighted. Cancer friends take advantage without ,I could make a costly
some form of recognition from natives will, somehow, find time assuming Just share of the costs ,I the 27th because of a
above. Avoid excesses In living for all of them without stinting and responsibilities The urge .lapse of natural Never Gin Up Hope
Perhaps our cities, counties, and state habits or wishful thinking because on any In particular. And there is to spread self out too far should this back
gets one
have waited too long in the matter of plan- they both lead to some even the possibility of a marriage be checked on the 27th. A partner ,where all really

ning highways and expressways.Now, the dis- sort of letdown a reconciliation yours or of someone very dearto .r-: older and wiser ,perience should turn the saying that one should'
ruption of residential sectioning and, or new understanding between you. Leave things as they are that one remains !,value after all. hope.
should for it would be possible to get pratlcal in and in
partners Inject new optlnlsn planning
clearance is bringing forth a great deal of I could be as thrilling as
and enable both to plan out on with grand opportunities carrying out assignments could ,rising Greater newspapers'reported an nqi-; ,'
controversy and protest. along mote practical lines for coming from all directions at almost be termed providential, :one's part, when it is this statement A 10-"
Apparently planning construction, has the future. Marrianges may be once Letters, phone calls and should aid In coming through: wltt: I trolled should turn his father, and another man

reached the booming stage, because the paving consummated as an aftermath of news Items may be Interesting flying colors.Ceneral financial realities. This is a aboard a :fishing boat for al
a winner cruise, In' some Instances than usual, stimulating mind to
9.60.44.18.235 as good friends as
of urban strips is more costly since many When they were just about, to.
remarkable
Press forward.. an degree. Insprlng
they cut through more experience property Emphasis is they were
910 44 19 770 bright Ideas cial values. spotted about 501
thus making the task of acquiring the 5.20.22.16.78 SCORPIO Savannah, Ga. and picked up'

rights-of-way much more difficult. 7 30 88 -16 boat named "The Best Bet, "

This cutting through expensive property, TAURUSBORN BORN OCT. of Bradenton, Fla. by Arnold

such as has been experienced in .Jackson- LEO 24tk, NOV. 22id AQUARIUS they reached shore they were
APRIL
ville has brought forth strong reaction BORN JAN a hospital for observation and

against the strips. plans for these urban Htb BORN JULY23rd'AUG Speed things up. Sco'plonaUve. in satisfactory condition. '
MAY
201k to be well on the to
seem way
been the board for 201k FEB. group 'said
strips have on drawing a. they had five
Co by ,the blueprint. The fact 22nd where they are going and can increase '
long time, but the city planners waited too that prospects have brightened the tempo of activities cold and little to eat. ,

long to excute them. Now in some citiesnew considerably may Induce Taurean tows It never, so shall was he truer.reap Is As an one old accordingly. Ideas seem ripe for be Don't wonderful reach. during of pork and beans, ex

residential areas must be destroyed before to seek shortcuts to speed up the maxlum that Is generally known. use, energy has built up to the desirable ter provided no one trout caught by 'one of the nen?

they are hardly completed. accumulation of money to speed But it can be taken as favorable level, and the prospectsfor beyond his or her a rubber band around a
up the accumulation of money when that has iwon gain, success and fulfillment to be a wise provision It look like
In New Orleans civic groups are fighting a and knowing one were seldom brighter. The one a worm. ,',
worldly goods they may be
with wisdom and dilllgence the vital security
plan to run an elevated ;essway'along further tempted by the examples seeds for a happier life in the day to watch is the 27th. Toe way have been previously might have happened had they :
:the historic French Quarter.. A'powerful But where one wins, another can future as well as In the present much trust in some one could result The advice of hope. We too'must not give up. '
enlisted the aid lose as It Is possible to find out In a substantial monetary' become impossible ;
has
group ,in Philadelphia Should you have failed to do so, to Invest substantial by all
The loss. Overconfidence and the individuals
of Vice President Humphrey to help stall a to your chagrin on the 27th. and there are some Leos who der to Insure quicker
lesson would not be lost when his who place selfinterestabove (1
freewaythat would across the most historic no doubt have, the harvest can be higher returns maybe '
pass denomstraes once and for all that friendship are what are to )
but far from
barren reliable.
bitter
entirely one
part'of the city on 22-foot-high pil .nothing can replace salons and Those or who speculate can lose be guarded against in this In- servative line that had
after stance. Everything should be back
:constant endeavor having
lars. made one's mind to reach an more at one clip than others, to normal with a few unexpected partnership ventures IN NEGRO
A group of citizens in Cambridge, Mas- up can earn In years, according to tions remains as only HISTORY
sachusetts, are fighting construction of an appointed objective. This day and |vie aspect on the 27th. but delightful surprises waitingto of future financial
the two that follow are fraught waylay one.Action the enemy
enjoying alliances Add
charge would be deti-
which they
9-20-66-13-870
expressway : with surprising news and developments of confusion 4.80.99.16.850' than subtract from Joint Diego (Calif.) Lighthouse celebrates 28th *
mental to Harvard University and the Mas- of Joyful content holding. of
publishing. Paper owned by Mr.
sachusetts Institute of Technology.In 6.60.85.17.623GEMINI VIRGO SAGITTARIUSBORN Mr. NMYouag I
3 70 22 14 -
Nashville, Tennessee, Expressway strip NOV. *
BORN AUG.
1-40 will cut across educational, center;; PISCES Rev. NJUernagta. president National Bap-.
and 23rd DEC. 21stYou list Sunday School and BTU Congress, died
Medical
involving Fisk University Mehar/y BORN MAT 23rd SEPT. 22id ;fl
College. have the odds. With the exception BORN FEB. Robert Sengstacke Abbott
that the federal of 21st. Watch the signs. This should be of one day, you can rely tenter founder Chicago
It appears Bureau, 21st JUNE Nth MAR. WU born In Georgia
i fine period in most respects on this last quarter to be a real National au1 i
Roads has made some serious errors in app but do not allow this to make Baptist convention organized
of and
Pass It over. There Is one disturbing cornucopia personal ma- The pace quickens. ;
proving some urban' highway plans, which", did note sounded during this one over confident and, perhaps terial privileges and advantages. logs are on the missionary board to Montgomery

not give proper consideration to human and last quarter but It should be a bit too highhanded your dealIngs numbering among the Sagltta- means having to Dr. Percy Julian, noted Negro scientist,
esthetic values.rRIAKE.. quickly smothered by the many with other members of the rians who have faced semlngly tempo to keep up received the Dacalogue Society of
weet ones that precede and follow family. No matter what peoplesay unsurmountable challenges with would easier to award. LaWTerI'merl1 '
1C A slab may come to fulfillment or bow things in general appear courage and who overcame them together, but they

with favorable developments to be on the surface! an overcame them with more ci the too Important for one Joe Cans, one of the all-time lightweight :
great
related to gainful endeavors. excellent opportunity to find romance same, it will be discovered that lag so. Business
or boxing
champions BaIt
The day of dissension is and Improved financial the sahare accruing will be surprisingly obligations are also more. was bon In :
YOUR VOTELCOUNT matted odd a rhw 27th. But It prospects is somewhere to be un- copious. The one day great demands on time ,1
is more than offset by several covered A block to intentions when Sagittarius natives must Or this may be traced John HjSengstackle Chf-,
days of good fortune In the way, may act as a lever to get one to be more than tactful and diplomatic forts put forth by Defenders who present publisher,
DEC. 5 of friendship, partnership ac->. practice greater economy and to so as not to incur displeasure as well as by partners der to 1956, was lunched born In the Dailei"Defender 2
accords domes ce gains and mo-. to seek more security. Advantages in higher circle is the pel one to strive Georgia.
1 nctaro returns. Legacy and security that have been won can be 27th. Spend the last Cay of the to maintain position. : '
1 I interests are being boost-.,, utilized to promote self loving month fortlfulng position and signs Improved Battle Sojourner Creek Mich Truth, ,, race leader, died. to :\
i.I ed and they may provide for a wayi relationships, and the development strengthening. hold on the reins 01PQWtr. turns which should "
i I of life often di earned about of genuine talents << the required 1ncenU...
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t Palatka News Mrs. Martin Luther King And NY Judge Are Honored I



) I O.C. Henderson Emphasizes Belief Both Women Receive AccoladesFor Astro Gents-Take Earths White -


;;! | IB Oaosself As Road To Victories Outstanding Achievements Tile Out To Help Center Opens We lp !.Us!! PHONE FOR APPOINTMENTDR.


Drhrtr Education 1* an Important subject tile Palatka Junior W-Dlstrlct Judge Constance Baker Motley and Mrs, Corelta With Local Sports REX SMITH
High School. Strong emphasis has been placed on It also because Scott King were made honorary members of Alpha Kappa Ball League .

of the efficient and effective teaching of Mr.0Uac C. HeDlSerlQll.H Alpha S'Tjitr! at a recent ceremony in the Palm Garden of the The Astro Gents Is an organ! 1.8 I. STATE EL4-11I7
derlOl U a graduate of made to the art gallery at Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, New York City Dr. Lariette G. Hale, salt devoting time to football The Eartna M. White Community Eddie Van Green, 704 1/2 W. --..
Monroe St. 22 and Mae .
FAMU. He baa done graduate FAMU. National President officiated U the national sorority gave and baseball, u well u other Center begins its first annual Lucy ---r. -
work at the tarn school and at The Central Academy High the two women Its highest acclaim Judge Motley Is a United major sports This group spoo- one goal basketball league Thomas, S136 Parts St.. 17.
the University of Florida, School Band Boosters met on States Judge, Southern District of New York.Mr..eoretta King the Astro Association and the Monday e.-OOp.m.
Gainesville. HeoderMO baa'had November 21 and concluded the ls the wife of civil rights leader, Dr, Martin Luther King, Jr. Ltttle Leagues Baseball Team, All registrations should( be Willie Lee Grant,asa DeUwood
many years of the band drive. All captains made More than 100 sorority members from metropolitan New u well u the Pop Warner turned In by noon Saturday,Nov. Ave., 21 and Katie...Thomas, J1inentLS7!
classroom. He b a member of reports. After the finalising of York attended the dinner in the hotel's French Salon which Footballers. The football team 25. 1332 [)a,1I1t., 20.

tile National Education Associa. the totals If aa amount Is atm preceded the pinning ceremony and a reception. bad a perfect score this season Nare glctrattmna will be accept.
lion the Putnam lacking additional efforts will ed after this date. All teams Barley Hicks, 101 W.30th St.,
,
County As.soclatlon. President of
Mrs and Gertrude Bolden no losses. This
King, a native Marion group
of six ;11 and Dorothy Berry: ,5549<< RucuxCt JgeIf
The The Booseters.paa may have a roster players
Florida Driver be made. Alabama, stands beside her Epsilon PI Omega Chapter, Is I years std Louis Meyers
and Traffic and Safety Education ,pored slaes booth at the recent husband, lending active support Queens was the first president. but only three can playat 27.
Auoclatloa and The National Putnam County Fair. Many to his civil rights wgk. In her Dr. William Hale, President The Astro Nets Is the name one time. Games will be James
Safety CowcIL compliments were received on of the Women's played on Monday, Wednesday, HaualIleDchaD, 1005
own right however she has of Langstoo Unversity! Langs- auxiliary. Officers
DansonSt 24 and La-
Rosalyn
Toll outstanding schoolman the excellent exhibits. Plans of are Mrs. and Friday at I:00 p.m.
husband
and
gain recognition u a concert ton, Oklahoma, Juanlta Bacon Verne Gates
holds membertolp In the J.H. have already beea launched for singer.She holds a degree from AKS-s National President, was president; Mrs. Dorlsteln Trophies will be awarded to 2005 Danson St,
Mottac Elks Lodge No. 660. the 1961 Fair and Exhibitions. Antloch CoJlwre lo.. VtUnv also presnet. Smith, rice president; II n. first, second and third place 26.
and In the Masonic Beauty Lodge There were severalvlsltors at Springs, Ohio, and travels a- Alpha Kappa awards honorary Winiam Hoffman,secretary: and teams.
No. J5 of F and A Masons. He CA last week Frank Stafford, tross the nation sharing her membership only to women who Mrs. a Williams treasurer Captains and teams registered CUy Wide Beaiticians
Is 11kewlsesecretaryofthePut.ram former student, and Palatkan, musical cut with others through have made significant contributions Bob Smith Is pubic relations are: Willie Murray, "Phan
County Teachers' Credit wbo now lives In New York recitals and concerts. Dr. and to the world. Others manger for the Astro Gents toms", Richard Lunday,"Jacks e
IfcloB Advisory Board.! Henderson City, said hello. Private William Mrs. King are the parents of who have been similarly honored special", Glen Heckley, Ashley Celebrate Nov. 21
Is a member of the City of Hamilton, Class of '(7 four children. are Marian Anderson, Madame "street RoyaII" .AlsoJdm-
Palatka Federal Housing Aut-! and former head drum major Before her 1966 anointment Vljaya Pundit, Eleanor No. 3131 Of ny Thomas Ashley"street Cel.tics" ., Th a City Wide Beauticians
horltys Advisor Board! and a now a marine, spent 10 days, Rooeevell ElijaL "monk" Williams, League Is observing the twen
ember of tile Galilee Baptist QB lea... Ho. later departed tor World War No. 1 "Tigers' Oscer Uldler ty-seventh anniversary Monday .
Km vas r w.a-.n I r ----1 "Eastside Bombers". November n, at I p.m.
The Gateway Barracks andthe Some of the participants are la the Day Spring Baptist Ch
Ladles Auxiliary No. 1131 of John Jackson Slim Jackson, urch's dinning room. Many
i Camelia Ladies Will World War No. 1 will hold their Bruce Wilson, Larry Stephenson friends customers, clubs and
Joint Installation Saturday, No.vember Alton Toby,Joe Toby, Tyrone others vebeealnvitedtoparMrs. -
Meet November 25 21, at I ,." at tile Joseph Brown, Willie Settler,Rudolph ticipate.
H. James Center. > McKelver, John Bacon, Rely Buttard Is chair you can finda
: The Camella Ladles' Club wilt All elected officers are asked Sinclair Johnson, Roy Lee,John man. Participants will be Miss
meet !in the home of Mrs. Lorraine to be present, u well u mem Robinson, Richard Oliver, Joyce Taylor Barold Nairn, better Bourbon
Johnson, 1218 Grotte bers. James Parker, Benjamin Pine- Mrs. Minnie LBrwm.. Miss
...... street, Saturday, November 15, Refreshments will be servedby key, Rudolph Ramsom, Tyrone Lillian Johnson Is mistress of l III!
i MRS LUTHER KING at I '.11I.with Mra JoeU Stamps the Social committee, at this Parler, Leonard Fields, "Pop. ceremonies. The occasion will lnpT...buy
by President Lyndon B.Johnson U co-hostess. The president Urns. All dues should be paid Thomas, and Richard Sims. come from Miss J.Brookins. .
to the .District Court,Judge Mrs. Harttog. ,by December 31, for the 1961 For futher information contact Mrs. Callle J.Cone will make{ rnuuwT lonton MWIW KHitn>M MOOT
Motley was president of Manhattan membership. All veters and the center director Julius Gain- remarks Visitors will bepre- CC>e"'fluT MI wiiuw oo.FiuwotT nin .
Borough during 196S-66. their tuallles are urged to yard at 743 W. Ashley, Phone 'sented.
.-- the highest elective office in -...... number 354-1971<< <<
OUAC HENDERSON America ever held by a Negro '

Church WILLS, Hawthorne fiANHHS, Fla. He Is CalU Camp Pendleton, San Diego woman woman to She be was elected also office the first In '(){)l'f1 <} .' a w t ntH! l
married and the other of.a son The Student Council Is making New York u borough president.. ,
and two daughters a collection of fool strides for From IK) to 1965, she served
b a brief interview with Pa Thanksgiving baskets. A 11 la the New York State Senate
latka Reporter Willie Hanklns classesclubs organisations As an tttattM for the NAACP.
'H derlCD expressed that,for a, have helped. Miss Ella Harris,
person to succeed, be must be new student was enrolled in the I Sears ISAVES40.95K.Dryer !
one who can control elrcumstnacey 1987-61 class. Miss Harris
Instead of being mast formerly attended the Harris
ered by them. He believes one High School la Hastings, Fla.
must meet all occasions: manfully
The Annual Administrative Review
and act In accordance for the lunch room will be
with Intelligent thinking. H e November 28, la the school library \ SALE !
must be honorable in all his according to Mrs.Coreno ?
dealings, be good natured, and Battles, manager Bwker Vreea
must be able to hold his pleasures CA custodian, continues Ill but
control and not be
under Improved at the J. Hlllls Miller C
overcome by dlscopragement.finally
Gainesville. M I. ,
Henderson says, those hospital, k
who ncceed should not be spoiled Carlean" Belton, CA Senior has 1
been released from hospital ,
by success. after a slay of..verailDCllllhl. s M w e's. r Heat and Air
XfV Only
PALATKA ELKS The CA Band Boosters anon ,
eunenrtn. Oh..nnml rr.r.rt. .
BREAKS GRQUND '
November 21.Read paper for JUDGE MOTEL

The J.). Nottage Lodge No. further details Timothy Collier Legal"Helens and Educational Electric
660 and the Nottage Temple No. band Instructor,was out of Fund, from 1946 to 1963, Judge Dryer
4M IBPOE of W will begin school recently because of the Motley argued and woo nine
groundbreaking actlvltes on Illness of Mrs. Collier Mrs. major civil rights cases before

Friday, November 14. On Friday M.W. McClaln, Instructor, was the UjSjSupreme Court. The
night the feature will be a also sway because of illness, distinguished Judge,born in New :. 2 DAYS ONLY !
"Brother-Daughter) Get To- The CA Buildings took quite a Haven, Connecticut, holds degrees
Cethe ", at the Club,702 North whipping from the Ocala Wild from New York University rY
19th, from 9 p.m. until. On Saturday Bulls last Friday night. The and Columbia University
November 2!, there win score-Ocala 48-CA-O.Tnls Law School She is married *
be sales on the present ground ends the CA season. The record -' to Joel Motley. They have on*
is S5The Ocala Lima: son
from 12 aoon until 6
On p.m. was the only one In which they Assisting Dr, Hale as hostess _
Sunday, November 26, a
failed to score. dodo the Induction ceremony 69
full day's activity has been planned
Several Instructors and students were Albertlne Edmondson,Caroline -i--P-----
in (Ms mannert 7:45 a.m.,
from CA attended tile Jones,andRosalya Whit- RrRuIer
Registration at the Club I
.. ;. .a.m. FAUU-BCC football nm Is head all of Tan Omen. Chan. 1109.93
DnUWA: u UK UUD; > i and Manhattan. ---- -'--- -
.Tallahassee Friday night
Scenic Cruise to Marineland
; witnessed the 50-. Participating in the ceremonywere
scoring .
,
2 DA, Council meeting at designated
The annual : Esther G. Pollard, North
places; I,.m..Arrivalof was served Thanksgiving to all studentson dinner Atlantic Regional Director;ATdrenda I l/ No Money Down-No
groups from Marueland;2.15 November 22. All classes Cooke, National Program i
P.H.. Departure for Grounds; shared the dinner. Committee member, and r \Payments 'Til Feb. '08
JJO p.m., Ground Breaking Toe FLORIDA STAR takes President, Tau Omega Chapter
Ceremonies, 5 p.m.,Dinner and Manhattan Clara S. Bur.gau Sean Plan
pleasure In having Its ace agent ; on .Easy Payment
Social Hour at the Club and 6 .
out of town present also of Tau Omega chapter
vignettesand
p.m., Cocktail Hour at the Club. *
Jean Ford President Alpbu
silhouettes ; ,
of citizens and
The pounds to consecrated. r Simpl. you have juat one dial to set.tleat" .
Mo Chapter, Brooklyn, who
affairs within the great city of for
art located on Moody Road,be who presented the certificates drying your regular fabricsand
Palatka. Mr. Willie Hanklns
"Air Only" does thing from
tween Highways U and 20. 'Ibe.pabUc has asddouslyfolow.dsegges. of membership to the honorees.: every
Is Invited to help these tions and has expressed much Among others present were; plumping a piloj to freshening woolen
two temples n what they believe enthusiasm for the cooperation Alonclta: Flood, past North Atlantic ., blanket. Load a door doubles as a
Is one of the greatest eventsfor Regional Director Tehl- j1 clothes shelf. Lint screen slides out
received. The column Is to ;
Clkdom. Richard H. Kelly is all. Simply contact Mr.Hanklns.open ma Boozer Baxter, President, for cleaning safety door seltch.Knmon .

batted Ruler; Daughter PearlW. This week our reporter pre Lambda Chapter, Mangattan; Drytn Kmmmfnl2Ycor
Feels, Daughter Ruler and seats a comprehensive articleon DM B. Wllllmas, President, x"R _
Danle G. Savage, Jr., Program Mr. Ollac C. Henderyon, Zeta Nu Omega Chapter Wei- } A _
Chairman., Central Academy High\ teacher. chester County, and Metropolitan Nalion.WU Free Putt Guarantee
_
The school formerly allwhiteIs Bestial Conference Chairman Free replacement and Installation of any
CIVICS TAKES CLASS TRIP BOW integrated. Buy! yourFLORIDA ; Grace W.Wheeler, First w parts which prove defective within first
STAR from Mr.Han Vice President, Eta Omega year of sale. Free replacement of any

lbetlY. .. MrW a* .:30 klns. His motto Is "READ." chapter logs, President, Bronx lion Theta M.Flem Iota 0- parts which prove defective within 2

':.,-the i ninth i Grade Civics Celebrates mega Chapter ,Nassau County; L years of sale, installation extra during
Class of Central Academy High second year. Defective ,ear.case parts
ISIMO
went to the capital of the state, Silhouette Club on/autoiatic- washers only replaced free'
Tallahassee. The class visited -: within 5 years of sale installation ex
Florida AIM University also. The Silhouette Social and Savings tra during second through fifth year.
This was one of the class's Club meets Saturday, No- Free replacement of defective porcelainlnlshed -
major projects. .vember 25, at I pjn. in' !the t parts within 30 days of sale.
The tour of the capital building home of Mrs. Wattle Simmons
began at S p.m. The class 10315111 It.1.I.t y I
also visited the Governor's a I V

Mansion the Senate and the DIURETIC POffDEI ...
---1\
House of Representatives. Secretary '
of State Tom Adams escorted For weak kidneys-bladder; bed SALE Kenmore SALE Kenmore
the das s around th ecapital. wetting. Getting-- nights _
Tbe class was seated frequently passages, backaches .
la the press conference room, liver. Recommended for Electric Dryer Soft Heat Dryer
where Secretary Adman explained adults, eklldreaBul.OopodD.L. -
bow many flags the pald.

State bad been under, namely, HUNTER &: COMPANY LII {;pt .. SAVE'20.95! No Trade Needed!

Spanish Confederate., French, British and r po.Boi .Alexandria; .'y-.> Regular'119.95NO S99 -.. 2 DIY Only! $} 29-

Later, the class went Into UN Virginia 22313

Senate chambers. Secretary ; ", .,. TRADE-IN NEEDED! FREE HOME DELIVERY! !
CYIRLCXADUmfBishop
Adams explained that there an .
.41 ..-tor. and 41 districts. EverJ D Dam!,fOlllldn ---'---- 1 # ,One cycle dries regular fabrics (Air 'freshener removes bleach
Sections are held the first and Leader of the Dunn's Temple HONE FOR APPOINTMENT: the other preserves, detergent odor Full width
Tuesday .. April Extra sessions Prayer Baud will celebrate" I the press in your permanent Load a Door and end of cycle
are sometimes held. The D8. clothes. Load a door, safety signal ideal for
the nth year of the organlta- REX SMITH permanent
last special session, one about lion WednesdayalghtNovem .. ,,, door switch No Money pown b press Interior light. No
the eonstttadon, lasted (' .,a. ber 29, at I Po" the annex of No PaynentsTil aynents 'Til Feb. '68
This thrilling tour bated at !10' ISTAIE Ell-117 fSRSO Feb. 168! .
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Ml. Ararat Baptist Chareh. All ... Vi ,. \ Kuw.r.DiyinButmtnl
.. .
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least one hour. A trip was also are invited. ., I Kraw.rr Drjrn-Um'mrM #587O





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ii.lliiT NOVEMBER 25, ]
rut 4 SUE PAPERS



I II Jacksonville Educators Honored At West Friendship Baptist Program I



West Friendship Educators lauded I

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Lands Educators .. r I ':" ( '. '"
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"Education is an ornament in ..1"
prosperity, and a refuge In ad- \
versity"-Aristotle. That was !,
:
the theme of the impressive La1 3:4
ceremonies held at West I
Friendship Baptist Church Sun-
day, when many outstanding,

awards ncators for received the outstanding accolades work and J '!t ; i Y

done over the years Rev. Wil- 1s _
leD is pastor. f w 'y
I This unusual service,virtually
1 unique, brought to the attention k
5 ,.
.
the tenure of service several '' A
outstanding Jaxons. The service -
honored the faculty of the
West Jacksonville Elementary
School, as well as the supervisory
staff and the students.
Outstanding in the area of service -
is Mrs. T.A. Greene Mrs.
Greene has been a teacher for,
25 years. In the picture, left i
William B. Langley, principal
of the school,received an award
while Solomon Jones looks on.
In the other picture are: Mrs. % :
TX Greene, 25 years; Mrs.: ,
C.H. Sims, 21 years; Mrs. M. P'i
Henderson, 18 years; Mrs. C. I
C. Smith, 17 years, Mrs JJ. _Il ILLjjr
Boddle, 15 years; Mrs. F.L.
Wilson 15 years; Miss D.L. _. ..... ... J. -- '

L Gllllard.!. Ward, 12, 11 years years.and The Mrs.pastor Gospel CrusadersWill WEST FRIENDSHIP BAPTISTSunday Pentecostal Church First Boris 'FerRIII.IRI Mt. Sinai Lists

of the church is Rev. Richard -
1..Wilson. School opens at 930. Deacon Henry Cotton is general
FLORIDA. STAR. PHOTO By: Sing TonightThe superintendent. The morning service, at U a.m., featured presentations Opens Annual ConfabThe Mt. Zion Baptist Week's Programs
Bob Smith. Gospel Crusaders will to outstanding educators. The evening worship will
annual of Penetecostal Church d the
the
give a program Friday night be at 6 p.m. Birthdays were acknowledged for Mrs. Maude Assembly Has HoMecomiig
BUY U.s.) ,at 8:30 at the African United: Johnson, John H. Johnson, Mrs. Mary L.KiUian and Mrs. Nora First Born will be convened: by Senior Bishop Edward Whiteon
'Church. Refreshments will be Green. The pastor and congregation were guests of the First Monday, November 27, at the church, 1631 West 23rd Street. .,, 1 And Activities
Saving Bonds served. Mrs. Bertha Bell is Corinth Baptist Church Sunday. The Teachers' Council meets These services will extend through December 3. '"
sponsor. Saturday at 7:30. The theme for the services wm be "Except fee Lord build Mt. Sian!Baptist Church, 1551
1 J the house, they labor in vain that Lee U'eetILl\ announced
uild 11." programs for the week. The
0i Monday morning devotionals Sunday school begins at 9:30,
will.open, the services with Mrs. Willie D.Lucu, superintendent
Christmas SAlU fJUtoAY F and, SATURDAY iiuslness will be transacted after in charge. Deacon -
the meeting. On Monday A.W.Wllklns will review
night Mother Lelia Undeqrood the lesson. Morning services
ONTQOMERY will lead devotlonals. The web begins at 11 a.m., following
come address win come'from the 10:40: devotions. Senior

WARD TERRIFIC VALUES ON Miss Adrian Simpson. Elder Choir No. 2, the Youth Chorl
Marian White will speak. the Senior Usher Board 1 sad
Tuesday morning Deaconess the Junior Board will lead the
Lucy Tuff will lead the devo- processional. Mrs. Deanna lie-
tlonals. Rev. Laura Ramsoa Clellan and Miss BrendaCoopper -
WARDS SIGNATURE@TABLE will deliver the sermon. are the muslcalns. Rev.
On Tuesday night Pentecostal J.C.Flnney pastor of DeLand
Church No. I will have charge Baptist church, Sweet Water,
of services. Devotionals will Fla., will speak
be led by Deacon Eddie Thomas Usher Board No. 1 will worship -
APPLIANCES Elder Reather McGillwUl REV. GEORGE PRICE at 2:30 with the Usher's
speak. FERNANDINA BEACH, Fla. Union at Central Baptist. BTU
Wednesday nlghfs service will New Mount Zion Baptist Church (wiil be 5.15, rwith Mrs Nora.
r feature PenecostalChurchNo.2 will celebrate Homecoming G. Anderson presiding. The
I :: ,Miss Adrian Simpson will lead: SiindayN0vembar.l6wlih three evening worship'will, begin it
.
.r the devotionals. Minister Flora'' enthusiastic programs.The 7 p.m., with the Choir iM
-.- ELECTRIC KNIFE SPECIAL Bell Williams will give the Rev. R. W. Jackson, pas- the Usher Board No.tin chirp
\ sermon. Thursday night begin tor of the Jerusalem BaptlatChurc1lJacksonYI11e The Christian aid Society MOotS
2 serrated stainless steel blades. at 8 p.m. Devotionals will be ,wm speakin will meet Monday at 7 p.m.,
Removable 6-ft.cord.Safety lock.WAFFLERSAVE led by the Twelve Christians the morning service at 11 a.m. In the lower unit of the church.;
Club Rev. Earlle Mae Mack Dr. Jackson is widely known. iT>e male chorus will worship
will preach. Many other will participate,Including &t Enanual Baptist at I p.m.
Women's Day wm be Friday. musicians and citizens. The) weekly prayer meeting
e State Mother Nannie Jacksonand The Rev. James T. Duncan will be Tuesday at 7 p.m. The
Mother Leila Underwood pastor of the First Baptist deacon board will meet at ..
:: will be incharge. All women are CLurch, Fernandina, will speak The male chorus will rehearse
asked to be In white. lit the afternoon service at 3 at I p.m. On Thursday at 7:30
Sunday School will be at 10:30 p.m.1W will be accompanied the deacons and trustees win
'3 Sunday. The morning worship musicians officers, and members meet in the board room.Senior
I will be 11 a.m. Elder Nannie of the church. Choir No. 3 rehearese. Monthly -
No-stkk Teflon'-coated
grids! YOUR Jackson will speak. Dinner will At 6 p.m., the Rev George conference will be Frida:
Automatic thermostat. Reg. I 2.994ICHOICE be served at 7:30.: Deacon Booker Price, pastor of the St. Matt- at 7.30 with Mrs. Josephine B.
:. Williams will be Incharge of hews Baptist Church, Jackson Jones, Deacon A.W.Wllklns and
the night service.Acting Bishop ville wIlllpeat. and E J. Blackman in charge.
G.W.Boglin will speak. Music for the day will be The male chorus win worship
furnished by the combined with the Friendly West Side
Rev. Jake choirs. Mrs. Marguerite Rice Choir Union in Callahan Fla.. '
Kay and Mrs. Gloria Grant will be The motorcade will )leave the
the musicians.Chairmen for the church at 2 p.m. on November
day will be Rev. J.W. Marshall 26. The courtesy committee and
And
Church Will and Deacon P.E. Staten. the pulpit aid board win be in-
Miss Cynthia Hall and teachers charge of flower decorations:
wiU be in charge of the Sunday ,throughout the day.
Jam/ 4 Visit Soathside School services, at 9:30 a.m.

Union Progress AWE Baptist
097 Church, the Rev.:Jake Ray pastor
will go to Bethel Baptist, WRITE WRHC TODAYWin
South side on November 29.
Choirs, deacons and other units
.rd.. will accompany the pastor on the
d. visit. S25.00 For Your Church

Otf December 3 choir No. ,1
"CHARGE-rr will be presented In a musical Cat opt the coupon below and
.4 recital in the auditorium at 6

p.m. "Sunday School is at 930. write your question then null
: The morning worship is at ,
11 a.m. The pastor will
IMMEDIATE REPLACEMENT ; both services. All choirs speakat will' to radio station WRHC, P. 0.

GUARANTEE sing Sunday. Mrs. Leans MIller -
REG. 12.99 HAND MIXES OPENER-NOW SAVE '3 is reporter. The church is

portable w/jumbo, Words appliances will FREE replace if they these fail Signotur.e3speed within one Open any size can by pressing a located at 813 Pippin street. Box 2467, Jacksonville, Fk,

beaters. Drink mixer attachment. lever. Sharpens, too! Reg. 12.99 .
year of purchase. Simply return to any PHONE: 389.1111lFSI7UETIOR
Wards location. Failure due to accident M MEMORIAM
or abuse Is not covered. : The WRHC "Mall &1"' will attempt fcfge*
an arjYtr to any question you have tuck
may on any subject
In Memory of Beloved
our
Mother and Grandmother, as.schools, rents, taxes, city and county government and sotoo. '

mrs. Elnora Robinson, who Write your questions below and mail at once Your Question:
H a XA? passed away last Thanksgiving art the answer, alone with your name and address win be
She Is
but will
gone
broadcast from time to time on WRHC, so please print your
never be forgotten.
Signed: Mrs. Thelma Walk.er name and address. Write as often as yon like and Uatea foe:
goat answer 00 WROC,1400 00
Jour moth your total community
and Mrs. Louis Baker
Mr. -
tatJon the
011 sir Z4 hours a daJ.
Mr. and Mrs. EarnestWilson For the best question each week during this mailing. Rad1q-
and Grandchildren.
Ration WRHC will award $25.00 to the church of your dIoIce.
MT QUESTION B-

IN MEMORIAMIn

sad but loving memory

d my darling daughter, Slater 1\1\\ \ :... .
Mrs. Gladys Marshall'
a
who passed away one year ago
today, November 22, I960.
RIO. 12.99 TOASTER I. OFF 1 GIANT POPPER REG. 12.99 DEEP FRYER Gone is the one we loved so PLEASE PRINT

Color control toasts ,or reheats Eaay-<<:or. T Teflon lining. Auto- Perfect no-stick slews, fries in dear. UY NAME BMY -
bread.Smart wood-grained trim. magic shut-off. 6 qts. Reg. 13.99 3V4 qt.. Teflon'-coated: fryer. Gone is the voice we loved
to bear. ADDRESS KIT -
Sadly missed. Signed: Bus- my question is Judged best, please send $25.00 to the church
(; ,Philips Hi way 5121 Normandy Cal6va band, Norman Adderly; Mo- of my choice, which IT '
WMk. :
'qL.PJu. >
w : Plaza Blvd. I there Susie !llders ,Slsters;
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NOVEMBER 25, 1967 STAR PAPERS UCE SAME



si I i Prelates Highlight Annual Conference Closing At St. Stephen's IIII'



'!: Choirs SJ. Stephen's Tea Union Community, Mt. Herman.

Bishops Hickman And Hatcher Bishop Hatcher AH-Hegro Unit

.I, Women's DayIs
Choir's Service
Announces List

Share Pulpit At Historic Meet Off f. Honor FoundingThe Finally EndsIn SundayMt

Hundreds of Juans turned out Sunday at St. Stephen' AppointmentsBishop Herman Baptist Church,
AME churbc not only to participate In the closing activities Hatcher,presiding bishop Union Community AME MedthodismThe 5527 Redpole will have the annual -
of the 92nd annual cession of the East Florida Conference of the East Florida Annual church choir will celebrate its of Women's Day celebration,.
but also to bear the eminent leader of the conference conference made the following nineteenth anniversary Sunday, All-Negro Jurisdiction Sunday, with three services.:
the Methodist church is gradually -
Bittim HatcherThose November 26, with the Rev
School Miss B.
appoints Sunday afternoon, at In the Sunday
who not listened H.L.Herod highlighting the service dying, now tu t nine states
only -
came Q4. 3:30 at St. Stephen's AME Church .' Powell will serve as guest superintendent
to the bishop but, surprised before an overflow con scheduled for 3 p.m. have been removed from the Teachers will be
were listeners to a s gregation. The list follows; wr, The program will bring visiting stigma of segregation. Four Mrs M. HartsfleM and MlssT.
fervent plea made, by a surprise South Jacksonville District- musicians Sunday school more states remain stinging Jackson.
visit, by the Presidentof Rev h B workers are citizens to the under this setup but, according -
W.F.Foster PresldingEldet. Mrs. Jones
Georgia B. of the
the College of Bishops Bishop church. Among the participants to reports they may be
Pillar of Truth Church will
E.L.Hlckman. Bishop Hat A JJteddlck, Grant Memorial; \ 'will be: Rev. A J.Warren, Mrs. freed after a while
in the U o'clock
cher did not speak then as M.C.Brown, Bethel, PalatkaB.JJranklln ; Minnie Hawkins, Mrs. Blace The four states voting against speak service
Mrs. C. E. Smith of New Bethel
scheduled, but gave way to the Midway; RAKing,, Boiler Miss Annette Wilder, integration are Kentucky Tennessee will Other (
head of the church. Payne Chapel;, John W, Jones. Mrs. Mamie K. Wllllmas Mrs.Marva South Carolina and be sing.Mrs. Ida M participantswill Robinsonand I
The conference closed Sun Wright Robert Brokes Georgia.
Mt Modal; A.L.Tyrus, New ,
Mrs
Ruby A. Stewart The
day. The Rev. JJS.Johnson was Hope E.L.O-Neal Mt Zion, LW'Webb, Mrs. Delores Fort Strangely enough, deep south
acting pastor for the will
host. Mrs Juanita Greene prsldent states favor Integration. They day
R. Bethel
Green Cove Springs; r
Bishop Hickman took Ills text Mt. Olive E. Palatla; N. and Rev N.McCray. The Rev are: Florida, Alabama, Mississippi be Mrs. A. B. Burch.At .
from Daniel 6:10 It reads: McCray Union Community; E. McCray Is pastor.Organizations I, Louisiana, Arkansas, 7 p.m., Mrs. Frailer of
the Church of God In Christ will
"Now when Daniel knew that 'fi Mobley St Matthews;J.W.Wat- participating Texas Oklahoma, North
Soloists
speak. will be.Mrs.
the writing was signed, be went kin, St James; W.M.Robinson, \ will be Chrlstaln Aid, Free Carolina and Virginia.
Into his house; and Ida windows St Andrews; .WallaceSt. Peters Will t&rQfig( .S rylnn Choir This peculiar unit of the church laura Cyler, Pilgrim BaptistChurch
; Mrs. Rosa L. Malone
\
will makeremarks which was probably continued
In Ida cham- Arnold. Roberts- (
being open ; R. J. T ,
.
and Mrs Bettye Williams.Mrs.
.F after the withdrawal of
the
Presentations will be
ber toward Jerusalem he knee Mt t Plsgah, Atlantic Beach;B.C. ,
--- Mamle Wilson
led upon his knees three timesa Peterson, St Paul, Mayport; made Choir No. 3 of the Mt. founder and his followers,Richard Is Chairman.
HATCHER i r. /
BISHOP t ,Miss Virgin L. Seward is Cochairman -
day and prayed, and gave Charles Robinson: Mt Zion, ,. W Olive Baptist Church and the Allen, of the AME church,
The
thanks before his God, as be Associate presiding elders Mandarin; Rufus Schanks Mt. Choir of the Mt. Tabor Baptist was given the more dignified Rev J.H. Perry
did aforetime." were Reverens W.F.Foster and Pleasant. Fruit Cove: ,will assist Business meeting name of the "Lexington Con is pastor.
Bishop Hickman reminded his T.EShohee. West Jacksonville DIstrlctA.R. :;, will also be held Sunday. ference." Bishop Matthew Clair Church Of God
hearers that be The Rev. A.C.Chandler led In Richardson, Presiding Elder :. / and hli son, and other eminent
was preaching
.
Tb annual Tea of AME Church will have its
St Stephen's as
the opening hump, "King of My Revernds Negroes, were heads of this
not as the chief in authority : chairman Mrs Sims. The tea to all will be Meets Friends
life." The Rev A.J.Reddick Maggie open unit.
of the AME Connection A.C.Chandler St Paul JJS. Holds 60th
but Huge
asa ;
held from 4 to 6 November 26 In the hall.
Sunday, dinning
,
p.m.
"sinner saved by grace" gave the call to worship. The Johnson, St Stephens;E.Jone., Each state must ratify Its own
Rev Johnson pastor lined All participants are urged to be present on time. All ushersare decision to remain withdraw
or
,
New Bethel
A.D.HarrlsNewSt Colossian
The prelate launched into a ; Baptist Annual
. the hymn"Jesus The Name High James J.C.Bannerman Allen invited This Tea Is sponsored by Usher Board No. I of on the issue of integration Meeting
power polemic against the cynics ; ,
the Church._ Rev. JS Johnson la nastnr; .
Over XU. The Rev. E. -- -
2 Mobley -- r---
t of the church throughout Chapel; L.A.Sampson. Allen Colosslan Baptist Church has MEMPHIS-More than 20,000
the world. He pointed to thosein prayed. The Rev. E.Jones read Chapel, Starke; Willio Young planned a Friend's Day for Sun persons were present at the
higher positions who feel the scriptures. The Rev A.R. Bethel, Callahan; W.R.Killings day. All friends of the church St. Joseph's Unit services of the 60th annual
Mt.
''S J J'Jhajr they are supreme and cannot Richardson presented Bishop Macedonia. Fernandlna, SJ.McKnlght Olive Baptist Youth Serve Sunday are Invited to attend. In the Holy Convocation of the

be excelled. He reminded Hatcher who In turn ,presented Mt Zion, Lawtey; morning, at 10 a.m., the Sunday ,Plans Annual MeetThe Churches of God in Christ.They
the congregation that perhapsthe Bishop Hickman. J.A. Gllyard, Campbell Chapel, The youth department of tne the day. school will be welcoming old paid tribute to Bishop Charles
one making the criticism is Ordination followed the ser Baldwin; W.M.Merrltt Glbbs New Mt Olive Baptist church Miss Wilma Corbin will be in friends. eight annual session the Harrlsonfounderand to Mother
the one to look to himself vice. At 3:30 p.m. final reports Chapel; Solomon Waterford, win be in charge of the services charge of the music The Pen- This special day, andjts morning St Josephy's Progressive association Coffeyoutstandlng woman lead-
I Continuing, Bishop Hickman were made. Appointments were Henry Gordon; I.Gundy Lewis Sunday. Sundayschoolbe- tecostal Gospel Choir will be program, will be In honorof is being held at the
read. Memorial Joseph Sanchez St gins at 9:30. Miss Genne Taylor featured after the services.Supervisor er.This
i urged the hugb congregation Rev and Mrs.Crawford.The Second Baptist church on Pasee. huge church aggregation
J "hold t what you have" tie Mrs. Hatcher presided over James Orange Park; M.King, will be in charge.The lesson James Webb and his evening worship begins at 7 p.m. The session opened Wednesday has a membership of ,000
, alluded to the withdrawal of the Missionary Society. A Bethel, New Berlin;R.Hatchcck Mibject will be "God Unwavering assistants will be present Mrs. Prayer service is every Tues- night, November 22. and will churches, both In America and
. Richard Allen from the St. large choir presented appro- Mt ZionHilllard; E.L.Green, Compsslon. "The sermon 0. Cobln and Mrs. Edith Tur- day night. All are Invited The close on November 26. The Rev abroad. The theme was, "Not
. George Methodist Church of priate music.PRESIDENT. Prince Chalel Nassauvllle A.aRichardsaa will be delivered by the pastor ner have many Interesting Rev. RJ.Crawford Is pastor F.D.Davlg is moderator. Services by might not by power but by
v Phlladelophla and the subsequent Bolden Chapel The Youth Choir and the Usher tomes in store, for. all attend. The church is located at 1154 will also be held onSatur- my spirit, said the Lord of
i organisation of the.AME James Hayes Gaines Chapel, Board will serve thoughout West 31st day. hosts." '
. church. bishop illckman mentioned OF BISHOPS Arlington;

; Booker T. Washington ...,........... Northeast Jacksonville District -

I and many others: who neveri I II t Rev. T.E. Shebee Pre-
I gave strong support to Edward siding ElderlReverends
! Waters College and to all over I : B.J. Williams.
Institutions of higher learning.But i Olive; C.E. Triton, Mt. Zion; I
said the eminent leader, W.E. Spells St. Paul,St.Augustine
we, like Daniel must have outi ; Thomas DeSue, Mt Zion,
i I i windows open toward Jerusa- Hastings; F.W. Jones, Fountain
lem. He scored those whose ChapelA.P; .McCoy,New Bethel ,
lives bay e no windows, those Ormaon Beach; SJS. Felder.St.. I x a ,, p
who are with vision.He excoriated Lute, St. Augustine; C.E. Jenkins -
those who have refused to Mt Zion, Southside Jack,
let the light of God to them, .onvL'le; G.W. Smith! Waymon

,. but on the other hand,continualI I Chapel A.'Jackson Hurst
stay in the dark and are then Chapel, St. Augustine; M. Bell,
.Christians,of darkness.' ,Allen chapel, yarc1;;.Marcus
The evangelist' gave strong Burks Mt Plsgah, FederalPoint
,credit I to God. He said power ; Ernest Brouner, M t.
comes from God, not from the :Plsgah, Bunnell; O. Simpson,
presiding elder the bishop, the Mt. Moriah, Sunbean; B.C.Williams -
minister or from and member Bell Chapel, E. Palatka;
Bishop Hickman used many B.C. Williams, Payne ChapeL
songs throughout his discourse I E. Palatka; RV Webster.Ward I
as windows of the soul. He said, I Chapel; P. N. Johnson, New s I
that the Negro now free to sing bethel, Spring GlennCurtis;
,must never give up that herit I,Paris Gregg Temple; A.L.
.. ,Attention Esau St Mary Armstrong R.
age. was paid to the BISHOP E. mCJ<}dAN ;
time, slavery, when the Negro V. Webster, Church of the Mas-
SALE !
had to hide in order to sing, and Bishop E.L. Hickman: made aprecedentbreaking tar DAYSf
\then not aloud. He spoke of the visit to the I
.trials and tribulations of the East Florida Annual Conference Willing Workers .
Negro woman.Before at $t. Stephen's AME ( I
Closing this audience Church and, along with the conference Will Meet SundayThe

rousing meeage Blshlp Hickmanled presiding bishop, Bishop '
the congregation inalong- Hatcher added unusual teal Willing Workers of CONTINUE
meter arrangement of a song and dignity to the proceedings.! Holiness of the Pentecostal t
..reminiscent of the early days of Bishop Hickman holds the high Church of the First Born will
the' church.jtii.g est office in the ecclestlacal meet Sunday at 4 p.m., at the
;* leaner and spoke of their hierarchy of the AME Church, church, 1631 West 23rd Street
flrendshlp. the founder of which was RIch- 'between Grunthal and Pearce. FINAL 2 DAYS

.Local AME prelates participated ard Allen, first bishop of the The public is Invited. .
In, the morning service., church Bishop Hickman delivered The speaker for the occasion
jets Rev. AJUUchardson was a powerful sermon. The will be Minister Maggie Ander All Shops Open TII 9 P.M. Fridays
host presiding elder. The Rev. prelate remained for the reading son Elder Marian White Is

J.SJohnson was host faster. of appointments fOUllliC and president

. H. -- I --. ._ .._-_. -
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Ute Thomas Bapti st:,;f Has Anniversary, -- OPEN I I
WE DO OUR

The St. Thomas Missionary DaySpring Baptist: ; Rev 3.L.
FRIDAYS
'Daptlst Church will celebrate: Wynn, Abyssinia Baptist; Rev I JLTj i .
its 52nd anniversary of the R.L. Wilson West Friendship OWN ,
church and the 25th of the pas Baptist Church; .' TIL 9 P.M.

tor. Rev. W.C. Neal, from Sunday The public Is Invited worship f
November 26, through In these services Reverend W, FINANCING" .. __
'Monday December.., 1967. C. Neal is pastor Mrs M. L,
Sunday, November 2at Ip.m., Johnson is general chairman. 5 feet of fine furniture and superb sound!
/In the church auditorium the .

.be"Twelve presented Trlves by the districts will of Choir Union sijpj Ifl4DE4N AUTOMATIC AIR-FEED PH H n ''CO

the church. At 6:30: p.m., the AND CIRCULATING FAN i

aa(52)yearschurlhaccomplish In- Has RevivalIn on your old heater STANDARD EQUIPMENT .' '" I

Solid State Stereo
ment musicalThe and QUAKER'S Automatic Ala i
followlnl'ministers
REGARDLESS OF
Feed supplies the exact
their congregation worship Callahan
amount of air to brnefhleh'f .
each Monday: Rev. W.M. -if." with FM Stereo, FM-AM Radio,
night: MAKE OR CONDITION .II tlmci, assuring' 4",,, :
\
The.Friendly Westside ChoiriUnion ;
Hill George, Mt. Calvery Price St.Baptist Matthews; Rev will hold its mass revival ;, burning. efficiency lowit .' } :..-.r.I IoP.......,.............___.r__ 'L--:1: ;'
fuel coir. QUAKER'SAutomatic ', w: '
"
meeting Sunday November '
Rev. E. R ,
Zion,Baptist.Hope Baptist Church 26, at 2:30, in the main itself Circulating, .Fan ,. ": : :ti I : '::11:'m'll'' ,' '' 'I lilllllk'' ,
turns off and on 111',111 'j ,! :
'
,
unit of Second Baptist Church ] In
.P.
: '
Tuesday Rev. J.M. B-yant.St II"II" 'I' PH I
circulates Vi more heated ., ;"I 1111' Ii ,
Callahan, Florida. Senior Choir Wllllt'IFI", I 1" jl"[
'I ,
Hartley '
B. H. ;
Marys Rev. air than ordinary heater.Circulates I Ir" f j f : ; '1lIfl'Iii I ''i jlJ'
I: ,:
"
No.1. Mrs. Emily Schcfield ,
: '
Friendly Baptist. 1'1 ,; 1. I'
1
heat throughout ''' : I II'II''I''I : : '/.'
Wednesday Rev C.C. Brown, and Alfonso L. Jones will be in; r. I : :: :. : r I : !! ''II/'I
: 1:1"1:1, ; 11111",!
First New Zion Baptist; Rev.J. charge The Rev. W. M. Jones; the home... II: ; 1 :! !: ; J i1 '. \ 'I, lill: ,ii' il':
"
: t> i
A. Reddlck, Grant Memorial is host pastor. I .. 'W I 111' ''I'Iij'I' 'f''I il I : #\:11: _1'1\)1 !# .4 : :I,, II I;Im IIII!: : I.IW.! ,
A.M.E. Church. Among participants will be: r"I' I !:", II': ':! fIJI";,>r, .

Thursday: Rev. SL. Badger Elder Alex Alexander Elder f r / '0'.;.,
Emanuel Baptist Rev. W. C. Leroy Robinson, Deacon Jessie Mood : -

Mitchell Little Rock Baptist; Webbs Miss Wanda Scheffleld, iI I 1
Rev. J.C. Same,Second Baptist Deacon Perry Robinson, and 1 1 I e59 INCH S WIDE..

Friday: Ret DJ.Graham,Mt Mrs. Ruby Steward. I r i ;: Striking CONTEMPORY StylingI
Ararat Baptist; Rev C. B. The combined choirs of Cedar 1---- r I' Flutlll-Tta Tara was ........,_.04..1..."'..'..../....1/. FH Steree, >w-AM
Hurst Holiness Church and the 1 M : .. .... Radio
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Baptist Baptist will serve. Id Sim Hum"" v4. I* ._.FM.AM te...tTww rttta. S =:
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I h "Storybook- Children" Starts Methodist Head Tells Mimeos' Sponsors Of Hampton Choir Concert I


To Sees Problems


1OAM1 Bishop Prince A, Taylor, Jr., a Negro bishop of UM
Methodist Church, presiding over New Jersey, launched out for
bigger programs for eliminating poverty and tor a technique to

reducing bureaucracy..'
e Bishop Taylor told hundreds ofMiamlans too big for Individual effort.
at the Deauvllle hotel We've got to have a national pro P
that "This nation has got to become gram."
%.t much more concerned Toe noted leader warned that
It! about the problems and much the gap aytor.JaUonacUlW'Sdell
-, more creative In its efforts to and affect cities,such u Miami,
meet It." vlth, up-to-now, good reputa
7 The prelate did not criticize tions.
the church, for, he felt, some Bishop Taylor was once president r
It are doing good Jobs. "Others," of the college of bishops.
he said, "are not doing anything He Is now a member of the gov
The same opinion wasapplied ernor's commission on civil
to the Federal governments disorders. He has been there*
plans and activities. celplent of many honors within
"But," said Bishop Taylor, the church and outside; He closed -
"I do not think anybody Is doing his address by reminding t
enough. All ofushavetobecome Miamians that"hostility Is dan Yww

more Involved. The problem Is gerous."
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Marching 100 Will Parade


During Big Teams' Breaks


MIAMI The thrills, excitement, hard-hitting football and the
unique entertainment of excellent half-time musical and march- ,
Ing entertainment will feature the television presentation of P. ra
Billy Vera and Judy Clay will visit key American cities in the Ballan tine Sons brewing company ofthe Orange Blossom Classic -
Interest of the recording "Storybook Children." This disc has on Saturday night, December 2.
become a solid smash hit. The two artists,who performed ear- This year's Grange Blossom will last from four to six weeks
lier singly, joined up to make this hit.Atlantic Recording Corporation Classic features Florida A.and and will include most of the major R

Is the sponsor. !.t, 71 for the season as host European capitals.
Photo By Bob Rolects, team for the Claas1c.G amb1lng The Orange Blossom Classic
College, also 71 for the season historically has been the highlight -
Thirty-Fifth Annual lassie will furnish opposition In the of football among Negro
35U year of the Classic In the colleges. The Florida AIM Rat
Orange Bowl at Miami. Uers have had as opponents pratlcally The Hampton Institute Choir,world'renowned aggregation of monies going for school support,The first women's dormitory'
Will Be Seen By Thousands Ballantlne will repeat last every well-known Negro singers from Hampton Institute, Virginia, vllpresentarecital was built from travel money. Wendell R. Holmes, Jr., Is president -
year's television of the Classic, .college Teams which nave Thursday night, November 30,at 8:30 p.m.,fc the Little Theater of the Jacksonville Chapter,'above.. Tickets:maybe pur- I
MIAMI, FLA-: Vacationing sports fans can enjoy a good football In color, with expanded cover- participated in the Classic Include of the Jacksonville Civic auditorium. This famous group's history chased from the Alumni and at the ticket office
game, exciting pre-game and half-time shows and a sun age. Morgan State, Howard, dates to 1870. This fund raising tour Is like the others with
filled week-end when Florida AIM Rattlers meet Grambling The television schedule announced Grambling and Alabama M.Ballantine .
College of Louisiana In the 35th Orange Blossom Classic today by Ballantlne, Is Seafarers Frank And Ella Sing
Dec. 2 in the City of Miami Orange Bowl. as follows: Head

Grumbling selected by the host dence." high-stepping fast- New York WP1X II p.m. Vill Televise

Rattlers, holds six wins, one moving formations that have Philadelphia WCAU-TV 11.30 Sees DissolvingOf
loss recorfd for the season been copied by many bands throughout p.m.WasbingtonBaltlmore. Miami Bowl Football Meet
and FAMU has matched this. the country.The )
Grambling! twice has been theme for this V*"*'* WMAL-TV 11:U p.m. Plans for a lour of Europe b;:y the Florida AIM University Race Titles
guest in this popular Classic, Classic Is "FAMU Expo '67- Atlanta: WAH-TV 11:Up.m.Ballantlne Marching "100" highlight the aixrs activities for the coming

which has grown from 2,000 Got Rattlers, Col?," and organizations In 1966, was the school year. "No one knows how
spectator 35 years ago to businesses and clubs first to sponsor television of the The band has been selected by another endorsement In the feels unless he a Negro
45,000 last year. Grumbling of the community have been Invited outstanding Negro football K. Gordon Murray, president series of honors that have lsaNegro"wasone
defveated the Rattlers on one to participate la the big Classic. The success of this I Motion Picture and Theatrical: I established the outstanding among, many statements >we t
of these occasions.The Classic Day Parade '.t sponsorship led to expanded Productions, to represent the musical and marching ability made by 'Earl Shepard Vice-
fabulous "Marching 100" William WHrrup li parade television programming In United States at the International the FAMU Marching "100"as a President of the Seafares Inter-
of FAUU will take over thi marshal 1967. Industrial Musical 'hallmark of the band the staff, national Union of North America -
field with heir "deathca- Coach Jake GaIther, award Festival In Teeslde, England and the University. at the annual banquet of the
winning couch of FAMU, presented The all-expense paid tour will The 164-piece marching band NAACP, Jacksonville unit, last
to Richard H, Griebel, last from four to six weeks and when made many appearance,including week. IIG'JSii. .,a
President of Ballantlne, a plaque will include most of the major halftime performancesat Shepard was the guest speakerat
Of for pioneering the telecasting European capitals. world championship football the affair. He introduced The amazing Ella Fitzgerald Joined Frank Sinatra and Antonio -
Grand
Announcing The Opening of Negro college football. At the Teeslde festival, t h e games before a live audience of by Dr. Aaron Henry, president Carlos Joblm for the television spec"A Man and His
Gaither has one of the greatest band will perform In concert 71,000 and a TV audience of 70 of the Conference Music & Ella t Joblm," which airs TV.:
rfu JJatl records established by a college for approximately one hour and million. It has received hund- the NAACP.
football coach-since 1945 he then move to a soccer field reds of Invitations to at The union leader advise
Wigs, Wiglets & WIG FASHIONS has a record of 174 wins and where It will execute the precision special ceremonies,appear baseball against reckless opposition Miami Candidate Miami Union Man

28 losses, about 1 game per marching, intricate steps, games, and many similar occasions. "Demonstrations) ," h e1d,
year for every year he baa and dance routines that have "should be handled with discipline Sees Adam.Powell Gets Job Uplift;
Switches No Money & coached. helped to make it one of the The invitation to represent the and proper leadershlp/'He .
Buddy Young a former great most sought after musical organizations United States at one of the great alluded to the tact that some MIAMI-Tom Washington,Ne MIAMWRobert Byrd 660 M
with the Baltimore Colts and the In the country.The .James Brown and Ramsey leaders may not be the right gro candidate for the City Com W. 50th, has been promoted to
Down M.25 PerWeek New York football team, again United States Departmentof Lewis. It will take the name of ones. mission here was in Blmlnl and the position of assistant ware-
will handle the commentary for State has expressed Interest Florida AIM University behind Shepard did not attempt to talked with Adam Clayton house manager of the Jefferson
the Classic. Buddy Young currently In sponsoring the band to the the Iron Curtain and all the major identify himself with the Negro Powell. Chain Supply Center. He has
Is an Administrative Assistant Eastern European countries, capitals of Erope playing and except In the area of poverty. Powell In his remarks, corn- worked for the organization
.y to Pete Rozelle, Com- Including Russia, as a part of marching as only It can do. He also mentioned that,because pU mented Washington for his since 1954.
( IM i.T. Gnit missioner of.the NFL and AFL. its cultural exchange program.Dr. of the status of his family, a efforts and promised continued Byrd is a graduate of Dorsey
Mi Stin The television broadcast of the William P. Foster, director poor one, be also suffered bias support. They, following their High and an army cetera He is
9 E. toiler( Classic will Include an eye- of bands at FAMU, Is excited Alabama Marching and prejudice conference went deep seafishIng. also a student at Miami Univer-
catching, toe-tapping exhibition about the tour. "We certainly The union man emphasized that sity.
Will, flflriii of the FAMVs' famous jon are looting forward to the 'Enterlaii all people should be considered
4" H member triple stepping march* trip, and not Just for the tour Hornets Will n( Americans. He saw In the poverty 1 r-; GzorrAl4 .
,1riIIIm1l
(title
hue 377-3885 itSHELL'S
Itself but for the educational
Ing band as well as CramblIng's program the "best that can
equally famous marching experiences In volved. A six- NBC, Fans With 340 be afforded now. But, he wondered AUTO INSURANCE SERVICE 15 DO W U
'. 100 The Florida AUf Band Is week tour of Europe can do more why can't the government
ttt ew.:. rel0e:1 : CITY (..** *_)
so renowned that It has been for a humanities student than the Steps Per Minute eliminate poverty.Awards were M.W. 7th AVE. SSrti ST.Your .
selected to represent United K.me period of time In aclassojn. riven to Andrew Puking, Cornell II.-. M!
_JtJl.UIIU:[ :
6917661M States at the Teeslde International Tuner, Bobby Rivers and Mack
Industrial Musical The band is Just at home with MONTGOMERY, Al.U =The Freeman. They were commend
Festival In Teeslde,England,in Bach and Beethoven as it is with "Marching Hornets' band of ed for their contributions to the
1968. The all-expense paid tour cultural festivals in Europe IJrHO" /labama State College, Montgomery -, "cool summer" in Jackson- professional beautician
will entertain fans at
Tills. knows the answer. .
halftlme of the B.B.C.telecised
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a game between UM New York
f ,v'a "* LlvIN3...WICK, roe TM. I.IV'NC"* Jets and the Denver Broncos

New York City Dec. S.atlpjn. "
r RANGE FUNERAL HOME The 121 musicians move so ,I ,
'4 737 N. W 17TMAVKNUI swiftly that the band three years

M. ATHAUK RANGE H. PAtEICM R'4.e ''ago had to sideline all girl mem-
h OWN N ..... MANA" bers. "They were Just unable Miami Students
ruN..... .'....T..... ruN..... .,....,. .. to keep up," one member said.

minute The band marches a 340 steps Rite With 1 1,028 Why does some hairbreakoffwhencombing

Upon review of color sound
Johnnie
Ann'
; film of a 1965 performance ot ?'
the "Orglnal MarchJ.nc 100."the- Test Winners ,
band having Increased in sin

Shopping Center and quality since that time, the MIAMI-SIX lUaml students Your hair is preqous.and delicate .. and none of us like to see
Jets thought enough of the band
It break off for Scientists
reason tell
any us that excessive use
4tolr.t in to invite it to play for their are tops la schblarstlcism,tar-
1lta /1 of hot combs and over-processing of hair with chemicals often
Denver lug been placed with 1,028 other
game are major causes of brittleness resulting in hair Butt
breakage
Theme for the half-time pageant finalists in the National Merit
hair that Is naturally curly and tangles easily breaks
frequently
will be "MOOD SPECTACULAR Scholarship Corporation com-
t tie Ma 01 6e ewc'ce4t call l ." The show will petitions recently. off in everyday combing Notice how irritated your scalp becomes
St. when you comb in contrast to the way your beautician does?'
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; Lewis the shaft and ends of the hair occurs. To achieve this needed
Groceries.Meats.Vegetables "Cannon Ball Moods' taken Biology; Marilyn ,
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Riot Control Methods Taught A&T UniversityLists Gall i Oil Honors Leaders NAACP Will Open Relief

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I To Negro Students In Tempo Top Study Centers In MississippiNEW .

TAMPA-A total d 66 students art participating in Itonpa'i
first pods cadets Program each afternoon which ponce cmclal YOR stabl1shment of three Emergency Relief fund center
calmed to have organized and has since been copied by Body Of 3,930 In Mississippi to aid needy persons was announced last
Washington, D.C.I week by Roy Wllklns executive Director of the National Association

From Blab Hip Scbool,which ward associate of artr degree Dr. Robert S, Beale, acting for the Advancement of Colored People.
I is situated to the cam area in police administration director of records said the e The first center was scheduled Mississippi Emergency Relief
where racial disturbance Inspector Charles Otero, head enrollment of 971 freshmen to be opened at Jackson, Mon Fund are being solicited by the '
broke out last summer, 19 of tilt program,said,"The program for the fall term helped to day, November 13, Waltea who NAACP throughout the nation I
youths are engaged In t the train- gives us a way to bridgethe swell the total. The collegehas has taken a tempory leave of absence All such contribution are deductible -
log program. gap between the years 18 3,505 students last year. from his post with the for Income tax purpose I
The program la a two-year and ZL" President Lewis CJXwdysald New York City Department of *. The money will be used '
program In which Junior-senior The youths take two hours of that "holding power",redultlng Social Services to oversee the solely for the needy families
student are eligible to parU. police training each day during from a higher quality student Initial stages of implementationThe The NAACP Is paying for administration -
clpate. The classes were extended their Junior rear One Is class- more able to stay Incollegeand program which has already of the program out
to Blake Just weeks after room study of police philosophy>> complete degree requirements, served some 2,500 needy fami of other funds.
Tamoa's rtetto streets. had police history, court systems, was a big factor In the enroll lies. Other office win be setup The program is being confined
cooled Individual rights and the due ment Increase. In Clarksdale and Fayette largely to the "no-
D& Robert Tmrden sail proc.... The other hour Is physical He pointed out that, In spit for the distribution of funds to Income" families of which there
"71>ev were cautious at first; conditioning Judo and police of Mrs accelerated entrance enable persos without Incometo are many In the state.
they're still keeping a, close techniques.The requirements, the average purchase government food "We are forced by necessityto
eye on us." senior year includes the score earned on the College Entrance stamps The Jackson office will confine our efforts to persons
Tegarden's classes In crowd onfc hour of classwork and adds Examination has Jumped be used for administrative pur who are not on welware
control and riot techniques never two hours of Intern work at police 178 points the past three years poses. and who have no steady employ
fall to draw young specta headquarters. Cadets per- Dr. Dowdy said that 52 per Gulf Oil Corporation recently held an"appreciation party" In New York City to honor the efforts Initially, at least,attention will ment. Dr. John A.Moritll.the
tors to Blake's outdoor physical form nonhaurdous,mostly clerical cent of this year's freshman of leaders In the Negro community there.Gulf men here with Whitney M. Young Execu. be center on the 22 counties Association's assistant executive -
education area. work In all divisions from class finished high school the five Director of the Urban League, are from left, D.G.Kean, Public Relations Department which conduct food stamp programs director, points out."TheJ
"TUey're very Interested in 1-3 p.m. weekdays.The top 23 per cent of their classes.. ,Roy E. KoI1Ie M" 8 Special Public Relations;Sales Representatives C.AHezs- under the U.s. Depart- are, whatever the basis for their
these policies of our In these American Legion endorsed ford, Boston,llarlWUlfamsNewRaven; ,Conn.,and KJI.Lockett Passaic, N.J.S andJ.C. Wal;, ment of Agriculture.The condition, indlspitably the low.
fields," be says. "1 think we're'' the program and raised$485to White Papors ilex, Public Relatons Department. The Wynton Kelly combo, augmented by Pittsburgh tad' food stamp plan is considered est-level, hardest-core poor In
mend rtlle1r' tq the treat- pay for uniforms. phonlst James Fellow and featuring vocalist Tiny Irvin, also of Pittsburgh, performed for the the most effective way to the.state, and their Immediate
of them by our officers In One of the enthusiastic 80 guest in the Hotel Carlyle.World. use money contributed to the need Is clearly the greatest."
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times of trouble." trainees Is 17-year old Steve Will Employ Mississippi Emergency Relief
After: graduation from high McFarland, who says,'"11'. a Fund sine wren, 50-cent ..-. t '. II /s n r
school police officials encour great course and It gets better | 160 Killed In purchase of food stamps en- mgf
age the students tocontlnue with every year. You learn how the NegroThe Ibis 'the buyer to receive an : :.
three of police station works but mostof News additional J1L50 In stamps.
years Junior Outbursts AllOver
college. -
This would make the five all you learn anout people white press will accept, r The N A AC Pi action follows .,
designated program complete.year rid why they think and act theTfv Interview and hire, qualified AmericaOne a series of earlier probes Into .I
in the echolons ,
higher
The they do. Negroes the possibility of of ., .
raising '
college work
would go to- of their business, according to By NECR PRESS INTERNATIONAL BRAND NEW
hundred thirty persons funds for distribution to "no- .
Editor and Publisher magazine. have died In racial disturbances Income" families In Mississippi. Ir

, Wonen Leaders Receive Awards lots Three hundred contacted managing ea- ELECTION CAMPAIGNJOIIANNESBURGN1'IA 3,623 have been Injured, and ) .. 1968 VWSEDAN ..
were through have ,
$210.6 millions of dollars Money contributions to the
questlonarles. Sixty-three answered -
been lost, according to a late .
campaign for the election of
saying they are actively -
V concerned, about the Idea,and members of the Coloured Peoples'representative council within report on riot statistics Investigations by the New PoliticsOrganisation $ .
Senate Permanent
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will give consideration to all the South African Nationalist party-ruled government was 1764
qualified. One hundred state a launched last week by the Federal Coloured Peoples'party In the committee, John 1.. .
willingness to lower standards. Transvall. Under ler1statJonapprovedat last session ci par McClellan chairman. DtirVIRID IN JAX .
Most of them said they will hire Uament, the council Is to consist of 30 elected members, 16 nominated These startling McClellan revelationswere at 'rn/rl 1M Parry 1tU .
a
anybody who can do the Job. members and a five-man executive committee,representing made by
in Washington. At the 0k
six constituencies. hearing Gets StartedThe
These newspapers now employ same time the solon said that :
230 Negroes, with 83 of them the Southern Commission on
the national economy, na
BIBLE IN 68
working as clerks, library assistants tion's wellbing the future of the Politics is a new organization :
copy boys and In non- to raise the CaflinGriffin-
: country, are all at stake. designed presentlow
Guinea NPI -A translation of the New
MADANG New -( }> new
Most of the
j' reportorial jobs. Testament is expected to be available next year to nearly a This report, following questionnaires status of politic and to Involve
Negro newspapermen are on million New Guineans. Its uniqueness lies Into fact that it had sent to 129 mayors the Negro In Improvement : :
lPlj' staffs of papers with more than disturbances from the point of view of :
t\ disclosed 101 "Major" ,
\ circulation. been translated In pidgin English corruption and simplification -
4: :{'T 100,000 Twenty- in 76 cities. the ballot. Volkswagen .
In
', M four are on papers with circulations of English, which Is considered the common language the Atlanta Journal Ralph McCUl
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: ; from northern part of the eastern half of New Guinea. The translations Among those killed were r INC. .
ranging 50,000to
the
: Is leaders taking an
police officers.Officer wounded among
. were made by a committee from the British Foreign Bible
.vt t.'f'.It':-.. 4\;} 100,000. There are only 10 society, which has been responsible for translating Bible into totalled 1,199. There were Interest In the new phllosphy. ::1250 EAST 8th ST. :
\....: Negro news employees on about 1,240 languages.'Howell. 7,985 cases of arson. There Full participation by all minorities '
MEDIA AWARD-Urs. toes Kaiser, Kansas City received papers with circulation less were 29,939 arrests,5,434 convictions In politics is a prime objective 154-9093 .
National Asseciatloi of Media Women's Outstanding Media than 50,000.Of and a grand total less of the newer alphabetical ..r1.1 PUIUr
Woman of the Year Award, during convention at Waldorf newspapers the 119 Negroes are working reporters.on -I of $504,2 millions unit.

Astoria. Award was presented by Mrs. Rhea Calloway,. New Thirteen are working on copydesks
York, National organizer and founder president of the organization -
and 13 are photographers. -
of women In Mass, Media., One newspaper has an assistant -, Funeral
editor, three have Negroes Old Taylor Presents: Ingenious Americans

Civil Rights Groups Get In their women's departments r w
One Is employeed as a
music critic There were no editorial r Home.IMF;

,.; Neck I U J War OR Poverty .and writer*..One for editorials'paper,,Accepts I t 'fW'
pays
WASHINGTON D.C.J The outstanding civil rtehta groups.of,the ,ulit, '"
written by a Negro by In a
country have sent out renewed request for the continuation of non-news department.On 5819 Moncrief Road 7. .
,the war on) poverty. Stress has been placed on dlaillustlonment editor said that Negroes
and despair. A signed press released was received by the .Florida have ben discouraged as to
24 Hoar Ambulance Service
Star urging this continued all-out war. working for white papers. Carl \ '

Those signing were A.PUllpRandolph than 30 million of our fellow A-, Rowan a Pulitzer prize winner. II
Brotherhood of merlcans- black and white in said that Negroes were excluded ;; I
Sleeping Carporter; Roy Wll the city slums and on the eroded until about 20 years ago,and I ,r
line Executive DIrector back countryside- are still that, therefore the Negro college I Serving All Faiths
NAACP, Whitney Young National trapped In poverty which does student trained for other
Council of Negro Women; not give them the opportunityto fields of labor. Rowan feels that
Clarence Mitchell, Leadership help themselves. the Negro now Is better eondltloned II Location
Conference on Civil Rights; There has been much talk of a for such work. Convenient : ti
tee on Discrimination in Housing revolution of rising expectations. Special from NPSFAMU's .
; Berkeley Burrell, National That revolution exists. ..i .
Business League; Bayard Its. growth Is Inevitable. But Leader :' ,
Rustin, A. Philip Randolph Institute Its demand Is simple. The demand '.
; John Murphy, National Is simple. The demand if Of Bands Gets 4'S"P:: Y
Publisher Association; and for the equality of opportunity ;, :
Mania Caplain, Leadership that is tt the core of the American New Citation ; : : r
Conference on Civil Rights.The tradition and spelled out Ample Parking Facilities ]
text follows In the Declaration of ri
: indepen- TALLAHASSEE-, FLA.Dr.. : ja
America Is a Nation In Crisll.Tbe dence and the Constitution. The William P. Foster, bead of the ;:
crisis Is rooted in the despair demand Is to participate- Department of Music and director 765-6664 76S-2054 J ; ;'1)'lf
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and growing anger of more be allowed to compete In the of Bands at Florida AIM 'A 01' "b
mainstream of American life University, has been appointedto J7 in 4 mill

Eastlaid In Congress In 1964 the of President the United and States the board the band for McDonald's directors advisory All- Lewis J. Howell L.F.D. Dr. Daniel Hale Williams ((1858-1931))

declared an unconditional war American High School Band.
Battle Agaiist on poverty. They made solemn Paul Lavalle, director of the II Understanding Service With
all and
to
promise Amerlctas McDonald selection group, announced -
especially to those trapped In the appointment of the
New PoliticiansWASHINGTON poverty that the conditions FAMU band director. Mr. La- Jijnitj| And Distinction"SEAFOOD He performed the first
which deny them any chance to vale said the AU-Amerkan

The Senate In* participate In American life High School Band will be trulyan successful heart operation. '
iernal Security Subcommitteewill would not be allowed toprevalLA AU-American group, representing
take good, bard look Into a result of that commit- every state In the union -
Black Power and ''0 e w ment the first faint signs of and' will give the high school CENTER 'On a cold windy night In 1893, a father enough money for an education,
politics," ostensiblywlthaney progress are appearing In the touslciami: the same honor a* 144 N. MYRTLE AYE PHONE EL 4-1468 man was rushed to Chicago' Provident Dan put himtelf through'a local acad-
slums d out cities In the bleak
to determining the extent to athletes get. Hospital with a knife wound a fraction y.
,which the movement are sub- valleys of Appalachia, In migrant Dr. Foster will nominate two HIM Amw. I* OICI'HIU fcHUfe' it.Mw IhM If:: aA: of an Inch from his heart. From Wisconsin he went to Chicago,
camps, and on Indian Re-. members andtheflndselecleeswill f f I.M I ": Ia and with the of
verslvely Influenced. The principal oYiffis. On duty was the hospital' young help a prominent family,
to be scrutinized semtlons. appear under Mr Unite's SHRIMP el io; .. 3 't' SHill ., $5' founder, Dr. Dan Williams Instead of Dan Williams entered Northwestern
are TU group National Conference for But now, only three years after direction In the annual Mac,'. Lace WHITE MAYMCT SHRIMP CAUGHT 1.30 administering the usual sedatives and Medical School He graduated in 1883
this National commitmentwas Thanksgiving Day Parade In L. Williams summoned of and opened office
New Politics (NCNP),th.Mississippi prayers Dr. six an on Chicago's
Freedom Democratic made, there are those who New York City Thanksgiving his colleagues to help him make history. Southside.
Commltteethe Student Nonviolent bop to discard. Day. ; NORFOLK SPOTS It was a long shot. X'rays, sulphur- In 1891, Williams founded the Provo
: Coordinating CommitteeINCC I IU/Mle eY eIPIIOIIATIO 39.1. drugs,blood transfusion today surgical dent Hospital, the first
( ) and me Congress of TeUCKIfeu YA. necessities-were little known medical to all patients and physicians, regardless
Racial Equality (CORE). I low cosrFace iOCAl AVORITI tools at the time Yet, with great skill, of race or creed.
Mississippi Senator James 0. Dr. Williams performed the impossible: From Chicago.Williams was called to
EasUand Is chairman of the WHITING . .t.. 35c the first successful heart operation. And Washington to reorganize and head the
committee. Exprosecntor,Senator : Lifting Of Your Hone the patient lived. Freedmen's Hospital, then operated by
Had it been other hospital the Federal He
John McClellanof Alabama I SPECKLED I any or any government. organized
win be his chief aide. McClel TROUT.. 59c other surgeon, the man might have died Freedmen' into departments collected
lan headed the Senate racketslovestlgatlonseverai Tong ROME IS OUR CONCfDTRoof within the hour. "Sewed up the human a staff of twenty specialists, and creatC'Jheart"
MOOWCIO Oft IMI AT MATPOIT TMI MtBIMP OAT headlined the beginnings of
yearsago. a Chicago newspaper a nursing school
He is not especially known for ', 'Carports, "Porches FRESH FLOUNDER L.. 49c That hospital operating room was a Under William's administration, this
handling witness** with kind long way from the small frame house once primitive institution housed In six
gloves. I Bus M fieieral Root CIMUINI riOIIBALOBSTERS outside Pittsburgh,where Dan was born. pre-Civil War buildings, soon became
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. .LB. $I.1C
Recently the NCNP sued Sen By the time he was twelve, his father the forerunner of our modern hospital
had died and his mother had deserted. Every time another heart
ator Eastlandfor 1500 thousand, Are Our LARGE ROE MULLET LB. 35cCUlfCUST operation
Additions
aUegjpg that his aides stole conference Specialties So. Dan took to the road and settled saves life, it is a living tribute to one of
documents of the SPECIAL JACK in Wisconsin as a barber. Scraping tothe truly great "Ingenious Americans".

Chicago groups September which were meeting later Inserted la- We Will Finance Up To DEVIL CRABS SPECIAL, 25 each OLD TAYLOR

In the Congressional KENTUCKY STRAIGHT POUMON

Record. 7 Years FANCY LIVING QQ wMITt MIAT Muf ..\\"l KENTUCKY STIAIGHTIOUMON WHISKY HOC*,TH(OtOTAYlOt DISTIUlrYCO.F AN00,TUOUISVU .KV.

I CAll 33B-5SIT -- CRAIS DOZ. I WM ....::ISM: Would you like to own this handsome sculptured bust of Dr. D. H. Williams Ifs 8" tall, mad of,
..... antique bronze cast stone, and carries! the complete Williams story. It cats $5.00 (which Is what It

,''' Capitol Construction (I. CLAMS 51015,01* I20ZCHOOI IACH- 8geI com ui). Send check money order toi Old Taylor, Bo*4845.Grand, Central. $ta.,N.Y,N.Y.10017,

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Household Hints Austine La mar Eltgance And Daintiness Try This Weekend .Soecial .

Fu a qukk rrfrriher which adds fashion pattern ( :;

W appeal to family mrali, pop sin .
Colorful paper dinner napkin Into .t..
tar empty gliu al earh plaretrtting .
Team new Klrrnrx dinner napkin "

,In, avocado. green with royal blue, I it : : aiuuwri. gutUioni tkotilJunior
'" orange red placeman Try Per-
{man blue dou"le.layrr dinner napl : Mm mquttlt,
t kna with a white tablecloth, or ao i grooming end inlrrnlt. ,
Jccnl a Chinese red tablecloth or I
vplaccmat with antique gold napkin, Q. My family had a dinner
party last Saturday. By the time
Hera's a way to keep the baths all the genus had arrived, I
""Bolnj" In a large family Haw Ml Ilk* I Jack-In.the.box. If tt
iach bather, In turn empty, clean, alwiyi Decenary lo stand wbeian
and refill the tub for the next one. older person enters be
The lad bather then wipes the tub roomy
bison and gather up the damp s A. You were right to stand ai k t'vu
Uiwels for the washing machine. the guests entered Even when x
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your.* not a hastens, In polite
& After indslng and rinsing to eland to greet an older per.
Crinkled summer fabrics, pull and i_ Ion when one enlera the room.
straighten out seems, fastenings; > Remain landing until h* it
and trimmings This takes the '
seated, unless hit attention It .5 *
lace of touch.up Ironing diverted after an Introduction a Jle y
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MijjI or greeting And when your.* e
.Ii.Atl visiting a friend rise when hit ; ,ydins.
I Another or (ether cetera the
'room Of count there no
need to Hand eacfs time ;if the .
.. J\n enf urn penon keepi going In and rL
rp i\f LP / out.Q.
I have big feel. Every time
Fm al a school dance, Fm
fie afraid III stumble over them :
&W J'? I Just dent know what to do.
JL.I Can you think of 1II'lblal1A.
usl)1 / You cm do what models Pineapple Sour Cream Salad is t year-round favorite.Subtle
do. They know how to make in both color and taste, this delightful combination of lime
\J Urge feet look smatter with flavor gelatin, sour cream, and crushed pineapple will easily,
: ,,w, their ihoei Ugh and bright bead your list of family favorites
.I I
colored shoes will make your
a Fashions for tile holiday season, and certainly in the warmer feet look larger than they are PINEAPPLE'SOUR CK'EAM SALAD
treat, will be on the side of the dainty, the short, the vivacious, Dirk ones will minimize their
j< both for parents and children Mother's overdress Is of nylon size and attract lest attention 1 package (3 or.)lime flavor gelatin
a .lt silk fabric.. The little miss sports a velveteen. If your feet are long, wear 1/2 teaspoon salt
Photo By McCall't Patterns shoes with. a step acrou the 1 cup boiling water
arch Instep If they art wide, 1/4 cup cold water
No.:. R-243 wear thoes that are cut a little 2 tablespoons lemon Juice
higher on the tide When your
1 cup heavy tour cream
Sires 12.18 Family Health Hint feet look smaller you'll And that
11/2 cups drained canned crushed pineapple
you think of them that way.

'II i!;\\'. louiitil ttaistliiH. on. a pi.ild wool In MI him'eel by the bin them and !you won't stumble over Dissolve gelatin and salt in boiling water.Add cold water,
tut, hip Vole \Mtli. li.tton lust t'lIc'll l till, Wintlinl treatment Make sure the family wash is really clean U.S. Department lemon Juice, and sour cream. Beat until blended. Pour Into a.
a m it';pintec: at the iKxkliiM: (if tlim'snunl' casual o.sixilully designed of Agriculture tests show that even (For mart miuifri to yourgeertioer shallow pan Quick-chill in freezer 20 to 25 minutes or until
fur plnktt and elic<'U. freshly-washed fabrics can harbor and spread disease- on ditmt, ttiqutUi firm about Inch from edge but soft In center.
red ,,
Price $1.00 R-211 in \iI.bll'l in sires 12. 1-1, 16. 18. Size 14 causing germs USDA's recommendation a disinfectant booklet beefy, "Art, its for the free Pour mixture Into a chilled bowl and whip with rotary beater
If finda totes V/4! Minisol (mil fabric. StulltlunllMNlv. meflsnremrnti for along with your soap or detergent to reduce Knowf" seed You In The eel until fluffy Fold in pineapple. Pour into 1-1/2 quart mold or
you can <(/<' I-IlIrr: Its\t :11\. Wuist'fi, Hips 36 the germ 'count This is especially important if there tJJrni lo your KmbtrlyJClfrk eases individual molds. Chill until firm in refrigerator (not freezer)
Is sickness in the family or if you use a community Ntnuh, Wit 30 to 60 minutes, Unmold and garnish with salad greens.
better Bourbon washer. Among the USDA-approved products are high. ffilOMP. Makes 8 to 8 _
In cash servings. Gelatin
Send One Polio fur pattern pint 5 cents for postage, or concentration pine oil disinfectants. Use /t fora Courtesy Jell-0
check No Stamp. For First Claw mailing, send 15 cents extra Add cup
top-loading machine and Vi for
cup a front-loading
M".buy ill! NEW AUSTIN: LA MAR PATTERN BOOK
One Dollar if you vih machine. Be sure to read the label on the disinfectantyou
1/2 PT. #-oompllo. .selection of High Fashion designs Including ALL choose and follow the manufacturer's directions Does Coca-Cola

i ITMKHT IHfUCn joolBlf/)/WHIIKY.N NOW brllt'lII'lIrrll. Send In Al ST1NEI I.A MAR Fashion Pattern, (name of Then the family wash will be as clean as it looks. ..........
',1. UOISTILllUM.FMIIKFMTtIT your newspaper( ), Box 1615 G.P.O., New York, N.Y. 10001. Print
I sour full nmi. ad.lrcM.! PATTERN: NUMBER AND SIZE. :
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SUPER MA1tttE Order of the Eastern Star, will i
meet November 20 tt the Masonic Is it always refreshing?
Hall at 8 p.m. Lady Rosa -

EDGEWOOD AVE.[; B STORE B.Motella, Worthy Matron,
Quantity It asking all to be present.
Rights! A.M. TO 6 P.M.
Feaerrrd P- SUNDAY 9

Dan The deLlon Dan deLlonSoclal and Saving Do things go better

Club will celebrate the thir
FLORIDA GRADE 'A1EFRYERS ty-third anniversary of on No-
vember 26, from 4 to 7 at with Cokeafter
Mt Sinai Baptist church. Alice
LB.27C Swan is president; TJt.Johnson
secretary and Mrs Velma ,
Moore reporter.All are invited Coke after Coke ?

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Housewives League of !
'ANCY GRADE A SLICED Jacksonville and Duval County
will meet at the home of Mrs. Ask schoolteacher. / Shirley Hisley.LeI her Ml you.
Edna Snowden, 1066 West Eighty ,Write Mrs Shirley Hiiley P.O.Box 1867.SmFffnclxo/ .fttit' 94125You

LB.CELLO Wednesday night, December 6,
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BACON at 7 30. All are urged to be C

president.present. Mrs Lenora Davis is I

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DIXIE: CYSTAL The Community Christmas I I

Saving Club will hold the monthly
: meeting at the home of Mrs.,

{ S U GA'R LIMIT ONE ONE mm Will 5 LB. 3.9c 1 Kettle his is Ricks the last,1952 meeting West Eleventh for the I e

Year. Plans will be completed
$5.00 6X MORE fill ODER BAG for the Christmas party. Mrs

._ Elizabeth Long.it. president

"I Rose c! Sharon 'I t tf

BALLARD ".'e Rjse of SUicn Bible Club f fer
rr'l meet Siuda? at 4 p.m. in
LIMIT ONE e jne of Mrs Eddie M.
F. Smdt ; i4 Pullin. All are expected -
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LEE FROZEN POUND CAKE Chapter Ho. "0Order
SMALL BAR-B-QUE of the Eastern Star, wU have,
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EAT WELL TUNA FISHS Audubon at 8:SO All membersire

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food, especially= when It ii made with such convenience
canned roast beef with gravy.
In this Oriental skillet caiuerolo the canned lean I
pieces of meat and iU savory gravy are teamed ..'
sauteed Just until golden, Chinese vegetables and
celery crescents. A good measure of soy sauce provides
right accent) to the subtly seasoned canned roast :
As with most Chinese style cooking, this casserole Creamed Shrimp and EMS Is such a change of pe.ee. The horseradish
cial" fresh flavor and crisp texture contrast assured adds sins; the parsley adds color and a subtle hint of flavor.
cooking just enough to heat the roast beef and Vs. either canned or frozen cooked shrimp. Fold eggs and shrimp
mixture and slightly soften'the celery. Into the slppy white sauce, then turn Into a greased baking dish
Though Roast Beef Orientale shown I. served on Top with a crisp halo of buttered corn flake crumbs and pop Into the
fluffy steamed rice, you could choose to serve it in oven, for about 25 minutes
heated Chinese style fried noodles
yt cup butter or margarine 2 cups coarsely chopped
Roam Reef Orlenl.lo y cup flour cooked clesned shrimp
1 tablespoon shortening 1 tablespoon 2 cups milk 2 tablespoons chopped parley
1 medium onion, sliced I tablespoon soy & 1 teaspoon salt Yt cup Kellegg's Corn Flake.
1 can (12 ounces) roast beef 1 cup thinly sliced 14 teaspoon pepper Crumbs (packaged corn.
with gravy 1 can (1 pound) 2 teaspoons grsted horseradish flake crumbs)
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8/4 cup water vegetables, 4 hsrd-cooked eggs, coarsely 2 tablespoons butter or
1/J teaspoon sugar Hot fluffy rice or fried chopped margarine, melted
Heat shortening In skillet; add onion and saute until Melt butter; stir In flour. Add milk slowly, stirring constantly.Cook .
transparent. Add roast beef with gravy, water and ; until thickened, stirring occasionally. Stir In salt, pepper andtiorteradlsh.
mer about live minutes until heated through. Fold In eggs, shrimp and parsley. Spread In greass4
and cornstarch; stir In soy sauce until smooth. Add to 10 x 6-Inch baking: dish or shallow casserole. Combine =
mixture and cook, stirring, until sauce is thickened Crumbs and melted butter. Sprinkle over shrimp mixture. Bake In
Add celery: and drained I Chinese vegetables. Heat to 4 N moderate oven (350 F.) about IS minutes or until thoroughly
perature. Serve on bed of fluffy lice or filed noodles.! heated Serve at once Yield: < servlnis.
Makes 4 servings.


Brighten Up Your BreakfastBreakfast .J
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often is a meal looked forward to with
enthusiasm Seems like day after day Ws Just the -
thing..especially\ for the weight watchers. We : to check for freshness won't be necessary with.Tomatoes "soul-filled" combination that can be readyto
so anxious to keep the calorie count down that we okra is used in the recipe. For a quick, serve in practically no time at all. my Bourbon
ritlon and flavor. Here is one breakfast suggestion to accompany those leftovers, try Okra Courtesy-Birds' Eye Okra .

only brings out and brightens flavor but lean heavily DRINK"8'S enjoyed in
plus side for nutritional value Okra And Tomatoes
Bright Fruit Cup, so simple to prepare; makes From the Vine 110 countries!
breakfast worthwhile This mixture of fresh fruit and have to pinch the okra pod to see if It's
To thaw (
breakfast drlnk.served chilled, will really add a bright at least Frozen whale baby okra one of Fsnrikes. '..'e belief on'cold preheat quickly your oven rosesfoods to 155
your day.Instant 'Birds Eye Southern Vegetables Is always served mornings hot.when Keep the the syrup is degrees and leave foods tightly
breakfast drink retards discoloring of fruits and always ready to make Into a tempting, steaming on the table in a syrup glass wrapped In their moisture- 2-05 400
recipe can be prepared the night before, chilled In little bit of old-time "soul." container over a candle armer proof freezer wrapping. Thaw* pl. .
gerator and be all ready to serve come morning. almost everyone has a day that Just, or place the syrup container In just handle enough easily.to In separate general, or foods to ,
You'll wish to prepare it often for every family nothing at dinnertime. On days like this wine a pan of hot water Add cherry will thaw four times faster this s. s
(1/2 ) and milk (1/2 '
enjoy side dish is in order. cup) to the cup batter and fold in way than at room temperature.When .
is that sort of dish something good to S e e .u.w.r
Just pitted tart cherries, drained nun.. ,.
BRIGHT FRUIT CUP Whole baby okra canned tomatoes, for a cherry pancake treat. you're serving wine 795 645'SQt
the best rule Is
and champagne
drippings mix up in a minute (well, S e to what like withwhatever / ,
2 tablespoons orange flavored Instant breakfast drink. on top>> of the range for a dinner surprise Keep your lugir in a large serve you like.you But MogenDnvi&wauttons .
1 cup water .. f v > (knows now, long to.fix. salt shaker for use when only,. that' must
a small amount Is :
4 cup diced fresh fruits (apples, pears, oranges, not part1cu\arIy'ra to toaiatota.lIlOthtr, have to open a needmIYou.won't canister" e_'serve champagne cow enjoy
andbanaias) 's j as e.; R for a fast side dish Is Okra and Corn in use a spoon. The shakeVfs es-' sttI.4aarbllag.tast.'If this
-Or use 1 cup prepared instant breakfast)drinks the cut okraHust as tenderJust u fresh, pen ally useful at the brW, f.stable too served much.too warm Chill ,in l It the Will refrigerator bubble, N NOW IIUIMI UlTUCn wiw Wlw'l'..IUIfll IIITUUM CO. INinwl IT,
simple to use. and It helps avoid spills. approximately) 40 Fe
Dissolve instant breakfast drink in water Pour whole baby or cut okra you are sure
mixing lightly. Chill. (Instant breakfast drink 1 pods for these two side.dishes,or for any of .'J> ,;Y: : --:-- : '!.. };/ii! seer AT miW
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Include A Nick Buonicontl, the Boston Patriots' middle linebacker"4 '..
Just spent a long day chalng Kansas City's running backs. They I :
had come at him in all shapes and sires and be poured oat hit.

There were 8C players picked from the time frustration hurt at any time. We' want to bees ','.%
ed Ceorn Webster on the first round of the College "Kansas City doesn't get them fresh and at the SUM Uawf
til Sao Diego picked Dick Post on the fourth and ? when they subsubstltute offense the versatility .
kill give our
the Charter staff asked Incredulously: "who's backs they're allloocL They
Cwi
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But despite their unparalleled ther I was big worked bard on the pus rush. erne is alwav balanced and Ikes *: .
beginnings-Webster u one of and more. So far So they used the screen and the is what we have these ,.." ',..." *.
the most priced catches In the for 432 yards and draw to counteract it. What were What Strain has Is the lest *"*. -
draft and Post U one of the that ranks him .." we going to do, call off our pass 'found gaining unit la the segue
sleepersboth rookies have league while rush 1"111kt with Garrett McCllnton, Coax '
made vital contributions to ses for 230 yards. Garrett. Curt McCllntoo. Thomas and Co., avenging ISS.j :, .
teams that were Dot expected his pen catching that Bert COlD Gene Thomas.A yards a tame rushing b action ,;
,to be doing u well U they haveIn a key factor In making re- A pass. Adraw.flare. the four backs have gained a.
the American Football League the top-ranked JU'claln all 54.1 test
gene + They didn't get big yardage on L713 per
this season. .team In the AFL. any one play, but when the game of the Cbelff entire total ef .
And both players have made *
"What's happened was over last Sunday and the figures 3,140 yards. .,.:HAnd
those contributions to teams ,
backfield coach here's the Stramaeee >
totaled Kansas City had s way
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that were not expected to be "is that Poet has >> 21-10 victory over Boston andand I, the members of- his quartet .
doing u well u they have In '
offense. The Garett"lute team
our t. Chiefs' backfield ahd accounted noser. .
the American Football League afford to cover him f r for 190 yards rushingand Mike will get more out of well ."
this season. backer and that opens>> receiving caclty than beck Pre eversee*. ,. ,
And both players have made for Lance Alworth." pass But then that's by design He Is deceptive la the normally ,
I those contributions while making But Webster and "We're at a stage In our offense a beck Us alas would be classl-'"V
I personal adjustments,Wed- along smog the team, are from If ran. Back row- Will Adams,manager; Bill Wetter, Gary Coach Hank Strain fled strictly u a rumerbnrt'-!
star learning the linebacklng outs. Others playing ; ; ; Mark Leber, co- Ross; Larry Whittle; Gary Keen; Junes Jones; and Randy "where says we can Interchange Mike does it an, not only frost ,v
position after ,being a rover- Include: Rill and Byron. Chastaln. our four running backs a running standpoint but from a"
back at Michigan State while Boston blocking faking and. receiving
Post came out of the University John Charles ''
of Houston a flanker candidate linebacker Ed,PhIlpott.BUFFALOTl&ht Leroy End Rattlers TUB lick BethiioCooknai standpoint.McCllnton: "Curtis lathes eef:: ".

and then was switchedto ; '.11'1.. ," 'I ._ f consistent fullback: In the AFI..

".a,elne running a roveruack bark soot In college Masters. ; ,i ; ; '.):. t': ;t1b,: ') 30.6; Wises SIAC Title He runs well, blocks well sad :-
I was sort of a corlllrI :; <: "9\1'" ., ;.: catches welL"Coin
I back mostly," Webster explains. Hoard, Chip Myrtle, : ', ,.;; ,. fjI\\' A fired up Florida AIM football team,, determined to win for; : "Coaa and Garrett e..- *!.'
"Now I am tied downat ningham, Frank ; ; hospitalized Coach Jake Galtber, trounced the Bedtime Cook- plement each other extrtaw .. .
one specific spot with specific alec backs Tom ,..::.. man Wildcats: 30-6 Saturday night In Bragg Stadium. ly well. Bert is t slasher te 8* ;*"
assignments." Summers, Jack ; .;' "" / The victory warapped up the tie running room through the into a pile and come ad the ". *
Despite that the 6-fooM, 220 ends Tom Beer, !. :' Southern Intercollegiate. Conference Wildcat line Halfback Glen Edwards other end."
pounder has been In on 88 tack- running back Floyd w Championship It was of St. Petersburg led Thomas: "Thomas is one ef .
and have been one of the keys terback Jim ; Caliber's 20th SIAC champlon- the Rattlers In rushing with the most Improved players ea 11,
In a Houston pass defense that Tom Ochowskl. dip since be took over u bead 39 yards in seven carries. our squad. He has u much .*. ':>
has allowed only five touchdown: HOUSTON- coach in 1945. FAMU will play Texas Sou- tentlal u any yowig back w* ,
passes compare to 35 during the Ken Houston, Zeke A tough Wildcat defers held tlern University In the new have ever had." W4
19CG season. ry Car swell;; k4 the Rattler ground game in Ifempa Stadium Saturday nightL. There was only one image. ..'..
.'"He does a supberb Job of Willie Parker, \ check, but they could not stopFAMlPs Tampa. The Rattlers are among the team leaders, MM'"
q
covering backs coming out of Campbell. one-two quarterback W71-1 for the season, Betbune Oakland moving ahead of Buffalo -
the backfield with his great MLUO-Quarteiback punch of Elroy Korand and Ken Cookman Is 5-2. is pus defense ..
Speed and handles screen pas ese, receiver Jack Riley who picked the Wildcat's' ......-
fensive tackle John ; secondary apart with their pas

speed and handles screen pass Kansas Lanier city-- Mound I SPORTS PARADE l
Willie
playa u well u anyone Pre completed 11 of 18 for
Noland Smith
ever seen In pro gutba l, 141 yards acd three touchdowns.: ;
says. Oiler Coach Wally Lemm. Stenerud. __ The Ocala senior hit eight of his NEGRO PRBS3 INTERNATIONAL
While Webster learned a new NEW YORlC-Guard __ first nine passes, Incbdingflve WINS RECORD VOTE' ;:,'
(OKltlon, Post had to lean the mussen, defensive In a row in one stretch. Riley ST.LOinSKNPO-flrst baseman Orlando Cepeda of the wor' ;
ew technique of pus blocking: Beverly. bit seven of 13 for 193 yards champions St. Louis Cardinal became the first masts the 37.4"
epslte being only 5 foot-9 and OAKLAND-Guard and one touchdown, a 63 yard year history of the National League to sweep all 20 first ballot :V
91 pounds. shaw, flanker Rod / ri play to halfback Hubert Glnn. in winning the If/agues Most Valuable Player award by a lands- (
"I always knew I could run up SAN DIEGO-f: The Rattler defense was to slide vote. The Baby Bull" swept the votes of the Baseball ., *
ere In the pro leagues," says Hubbert, linebacker: much fortheWildatswhodidn'tcomplete Writer Association of America by leading the Redblrds to the s'."
'ost.,"But didn't know whe a pass until the third nl pennant with a .325 batting average with 25 homers and U *&
runs batted In, tops in the league. t.C .'
quarter and only to
managed
9 ; 41aAi .4.,
,. WHEW YOU AIEII.. complete three of 14 for 46 .- :,"
Improved relations
,yard. Led by AQ-SIAC Quarter. .
ii*J's'ek "Tbe'Bett Doctor back George Klne Bethune rush HOUSTON-(NPI)-The relationship between the HDultcm OU- .-
ed for 95 most of them ers football team and the Negro community of the Gulf Cheat
., gJ yards .
'
Ihep your Doctor coming In the third quarter when area has improved vastly after the club dropped Us check- '
prescribes. Get Experienced e King scored Bethune's only marking, quota system last season. According to HoustoB see* ; .
pharmacists II touchdown: on a nine yard run. Tom Williams, who formerly coached at Grambling college, "
,According to Your FAMU won the toss and received. a predominantly Negro school, the Oilers formerly permitted
Doctor's Orders see oI'e Riley threw an interceptionto only.five Negroplayers on the squad,but now fields a total of J$.
Wildcat halfback Sylvester
(Use Only The Best Davis, who returned It twoJU'ds MOST: VALUABLE HOMECOMER

Quality Drugs. to the Bethune-Cookmaa 19 DURHAM, N.CNPITne most heralded homecomer I,,,' '
C. K. MACE' Pro yardllne. North Carolina college recently was Julian Martin,NCC IaItIe :
Bethune punted In four plays stat 183-pound end, who caught four passes for 189 yards to wa kU'
i Registered Pharmacists TO ser, and held FAMU for three plays the Valuable Player Award in the Eagles Homecoming UB
.---------A COMPLETE LINE OF.--- .--. Rattler AU-Amerlcaa end John against Shaw university ,

Cosmetics Rubber Good. Candles & Eason then punted 52 yards
[.bie. to the Wildcat three yard line, GAMBLES ALIMONY PAYMENT > ".
OAKLAND -
-PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND on the first play, Rudy Sims and CALHXNPTMSranted a divorce from heavyweight -
Nanthanlel James tackled halfback contender mad Spencer, Mrs Brenda Spencer met '
Willie Benjamin in the end week waived immediate 35,000 alimony from her husband ka :.
Lilly's, Dreg Store1J07 tsooe for a safety and the Rat- the hope that be will win his Dec. 16 semi-final bout with 1.- "',
Uri fumble on ht AIM 44 yard Angeles' Jerry Quarry Angle: She would get the %5,000 tr
Kins had 353.121.Ticktock..ticktock.i '7i line. Kent tried a lass on the a lump sum should spencer defeat Qiarry u well u snuffs _,
first play but Major Haselton $5,000 if be wins the heavyweight c''rl"ntMp.. If he loses.
r intercepted In the AIM 18. she get nothing.OVERSTAYS .

The Rattlers drove IZ yaro
for their first touccdewn.. Mo- LEAVE: SUSPENDED '
: .; "....i ..1C "' t..tt :m rand hit Eason three times the* O-NPl.Center Reggie Harding became the first'' ;i
... a new Rattlers' record with eight touchdown re drive Including the touchdownpass player of the Chicago Bulls pro basketball team to feel, '. .
Saturday night' encounter with BethnnaCookman from four yards out. the weight of the team's financial ere He was fined aid A
the Bourbon thatdidllt la (the next series of plays after suspended Indefinitely recently for overstaying e leave granted -' .
and the llckQd; to the Wildcats,King by the team to attend his mother's funeral Detroit He *
punting pass receptions. At one point during '
was hit trying to fumbled with had been absent for 11 days when the suspension was Imposed .1' ,.
resulting a safety. :
watch the clock! I the Rattlers recovering at the
48. Flanker Kent Schoolfield PRO AT 17 :.i
.. EWC Wins Grid made a diving catch of aMo- ATLANTA-NPI.AllaD Cole, a Jamaelaa, last week became '.
..
rand pass for first down at the perhaps! the youngest profession player la America competition
; Finale 19-12 three yard line Morand found when be was signed by the Atlanta Chiefs of the National ,,
; OLD tight lend Alonso Gilbert la the Professional Soccer L sgus. The terms of the 17*" .*> .
'I In Sin end cone on the next play. Ho- year-eld player's contract; were not Immediately disclosed .
Valley ract Lovett kicked the PAT and g'
FAMU led 16-0 at the halt
of Edward
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Obsorne Longworthput scored from nine yard out on AIMCONMTIOtt AUTOMATIC TRANS POWS ITCIIIM "'N,
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The Tigers' offense was led Jack McClalre, Athletic DIrector ': '
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to tally the first score for for the first game of the
Service the visitors. ISC7-68 season.
Waters added another The Bethune-CootoaaCoilep: '
Edward .. 3rd & MAINEL
l96?
I tally in the final period to mak gDasketbaUschednIe win
the score 19-6 when Robert include gam.s with Edward Waters ,

STKAIONT SOWMON WHIIKV.N WOOf.OHM' ,OLD CNAKTti Diet CO, I Smith bulled over from two College first it home, 4-8381 OPEN TILL tSO PJ*. EL'4-6383 -.
III yards out. January 17 and as.cadpna In
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: Douglas Anderson Grad Plays Heroic Part In Morgan State's Secondary


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ARRC Invitational Wildcats1 Coach Gerry Philbin Defensive Specialist Former Andersen Grider Proves


"'r; Set For Two Days Thinks PositiveThe Has One Aim .. Vital I Cog In Bears Defense I


DAYTONA BEACK FLAv-The Bethune-Cooknun College BALTIMORE, MD-O* Morgan State College Bears, 1SCSI.CAA
, bluest ports car coopeUtlotID Wildcats left no stones unturnedin In Every Game Atlantic Coast Champions sought their 26th consecutive
their for the
the world-the America Roadof preparation victory last Saturday when they met 'Virginia State College
Coach;
meeting with Florida AIM in "Gerry Philbln, says
Memorial Stadium on the Baltimore campus
in
Champions-roars Into action Trojans Hughes
Tallahassee last Saturday night. Weeb Ewbank of the New York '
over two track-road courses They had studied films of the Jets, "reminds me of a puppy : it Morgan had a ;record,Virginia test. Virginia State 12 and they
at Daytona International Rattlers' contest this season dog between' two kids playing State was 4-2-U gad tied I.

Speedway on Saturday, No 25: every night for the past two catch. He's always chasing the The game had special significance
and Sunday, Nor 26. weeks and during the day they ball. for Morgan's Coach Lei i o0
A record number of 344 drivers practiced similar plays In an "Gerry Philbin" says Jets Earl Banks because the Trojans -, '

representing 34 states effort to defensive team line coach J. D. Donaldson, were tie last team to Rkid
and the District of Columbia'' (hlnking ratters, according to "dosen't quite have the staturewe beat Morgan knocking them i
make up the final entry list Jack McClalren, Headcoach. want at 6-foot-2 but at 24S out of the C1AA title in 1064 air ins saxweTser

for the showdown meeting ol toe McClalren said "I am very pounds he's no lily up there and with a 13-7 victory e.w.+.

most skilled drivers and fastest sorry about Coact Jake Galthefs if he was bigger, be mlgU not Since then, Morgan has played Deep and Slow

cars In the country accident during the Southern have the great agility, Pd say. In the Orange Blossom Classic It you're not getting nan,
Participation In the ARRC is U game In which be suffered he's the most underrated oe-' in Miami In 1965, beating these days the odds are about
by Invitation only and those a broken leg. I am even fensive end In tie league." Florida A. acd M. 38-7 and won twent.to-one you're flihlnf. too
drivers who finished high in sorry it happened a week before "Gerry KJliU," days Gerry the Atlantic Coast Championship fut and too shallow of
their divisional point standings Philbin "knows that the most Bowl Game In TIM mOlt exciting type
our meeting,! with them.Football Tangerine angling oocun.on the surface,
were asked. Of the 344 drivers, players have a natural important thing as far as playing Orlando, Fla., In 19G6 defeating but over the Ions haul yon'U'
125 were divisional champions feeling of sentiment when a fellow defensive end Is getting to West Chester 146. They were find that most flab In mart
of their Sports Car Club of America 'players Is injured. This Is the passer If I don't get him also CIAA Champions in 1935 areas are taken In deeper'
geographical areas and at least In water and by anglers who
once
also true in the case of your every game, and 1968. their
most of the others finished no coach. I have a feeling that the I don't feel right. My objectiveis A w, aK' The Morgan team was led have lure the at a patience anal s crawl.to Bin

lower than third after a long players will be fired up with a to get him and I've Just by Quarterback Daryl Johnson Slob 'era deep and alow" Is,
season of competition. 'win this one for Jake' attitude.It got to do it," 180-pound senior from Richmond the. advice offered to fishermen,

Fourteen races arescbeduled, Is not hard to get my foot Always chasing the ball,particularly Va., who in the last semen by the expert of Mercury Oat-.*,
divided equally between Saturday ball team la the right fame of while It'. still attachedit games hid attempted 110 board, and It'. a tip that d,.

and Sunday. These races mine to play Florida AIM. They an opposing quarterback: the. passes and competed 60 If 1050 tenet While farther no theory eonslderatlea In JUhlng is.:
involve cars of 22 racing classifications were even talking about it during fourth-year vetaran out of the yards and 11 touchdowns.He Had Infallible, this b u .1 Dee. of:
and the winners will summer practice. My big 'University of Buffalo Is averaging P attempted 33 extra points and .wllchlnf to deep-running plug;
,return home as the 1961 na"oo-. gest Job was getting them to eight tackles a game and made 27.Individual. when on.top baits fall to prov
.al champions. play 'heads up' ball and makinga has played his role In the tackle rushing leader was due U ,etur sense.,
The American Road Race of minimum amount of mis the-quarterback game 14 of the George Nock of Philadelphia, During a period, they inthe
shallows good mainly
Champions Is the only time lathe takes..' 28 times the Jets have successfully Pa., with 114 rushes with a net early morning are and at dl.llk.A'I'M

year when the country's best The two teams were not strangers pulled off the maneuver. gain of S73 Pass receiving rest of the time, you'll do,
meet In a head-on,winner-take to each other for the Wildcats Philbin Is credited with getting leader was Raymond Chester, better In the depths J
all basis, and this makes for and Rattlers had lost very the Job done on an unassisted of Baltimore with 23 passes The biggest handicap to fiih
bitter competition.All few player by way d gradua basis 10 times, and will caught for a 532 yard gain Ins a bottom bait property'
14 races will be run over tion. be on the move again when the W.;:.' ; .A t .ww 1llV'
difficult and demanding road McClalren said "One other Jets meet the Patriots at Boston Edward R. Hayes,. 21, 6-1, 1'8. DHB Majoring in mathematics. At Douglas leader was Isaac ,Jackson, of retrieve too fast It takes plenty,
courses. vote of confident for me was a Sunday in one of four games 1 Safety Sr., One of the Unsung Heroes Anerson High, Jacksonville, Fla., All. Washington, D.C., with 29 punts of ..restraint to let an artificial ,
The bigger cars, some of them healthy football squad. For the on the American Football League in the Bear's secondary. A rugged City Honorary Captain, All-Conference and an average of 31.8 per punt. sink down Into IS to 30',

capable of speeds of 180 miles first time this year I traveled program. to the others, performer who has Improved greatly and Team, District 220 yd. Dash champion, Virginia State tied N.C.Collegt feet of slowly water, and it would then retrieve4It play
so
per hour,will dice on the Speed with no Injuries. Miami 1. Oakland, San Diego now considered the backbone of the defensive Most Improved Player, 2 consecutive 7.7 while Morgan beat them 2 J- second fiddle to a slow turtle,';
way's famed trloval and the flat at Kansas City and Denver at halfbacks. years'. AU-CIAA (second team) 1966. 0; Both Morgan and Virginia As a general rule, turn UII r
infield road. The cars will be Dallas Leads NFL's Buffalo. State defeated Hampton insti reel handle one complete turn,,
able to go bore before diving And Philbin will be disappoint, A&T Alumni Chapter tute. Morgan by a score of 28- about every five seconds Oosaslonally -.
Into the tricky Infield section. lit if he dosen't fulfill his mission 13 and Virginia State, 20-19. twitch the rod tip"to

Smaller cars will battle OQ the Capitol Division at least once Sponsored Cage Game Morgan rolled over Norfolk. The make strikes the lure you'll dart forward get ad.'l:

1.63.mlle course, most which "I like to get a quarterbackat r ShortsQUICKIE J State 63-0 while Norfolk State. quately compensate for this
is confined to the infield with Its D.1Ll..AS-Former FAMUtrack least once a game," he ex- Sport GREENSBORO N.C.- The Gate lost to Virginia State 317. painstaking retrieve

bends and esses. and grid star, Bob Hayes and plajns. "if each of the guys on City: chapter of the A4T University Th e Virginia StateMorgan Another advantage of bottoms workIng -
All races are of 45 minutes du- Dan Reeves are two of the main the line does that,it's four times General Alumni Association State Game is traditionally the the depths with a tf
Is the fact that this
ration. reasons for the success of the he's been hit and, at the least presented Its annual last game of tile season for both, the bumper home of big lunkers, nab
Saturday's first race starts at Dallas Cowboys In the National you have him looking for you instead QUOTE: Reml Prudhomme, Buffalo's defensiveend Blue-Gold game featuring the teams. Over the past 35 years' seldom taken In the shallows.
9 a.m. as does Sunday's opening Football League's Capital of the receiver. You Just who eats only raw meat, on why he has a preference for AAT varsity against the Freshman Morgan had won 22 of the con- ,. ,
battle. The cars will practiceand Division. have to break through anyway it: team November 18 at In as
qualify on Thursday and By the time the 1966 NFL possible..' "If Just a good habit I got Into. When I was a sophomoreIn the University's Moore Gymnasium
Friday. season had ended Hays ranked Philbin accomplishes that two college they made my steaks too well done. I Just told one i
4th among NFL receivers,nabbing ways. with his ability and by of the waiters to take a steak, don't touch it and put it on a The ARies,winner of the C1AA
President's Fitness 64 for 1,323 yards and 13 the simple process of playing a plate raw. You can't over cook It that way Tournament last season are
touchdowns. mental game during the week. "There's only one problem. Nobody wants to be around me ,expected to field another strong
"You have to psych yourself when I'm eating. team. Proceeds of the game will
all week long as you watch the g4 to the alumni chapter's scholarship -
Program Gets"Pnsh"Probably movies," Fhilbla explains fund General admission

every child at onetime "You watch your man and rea- ] for the game Is $1.00.
iive how bard tt win be to get
or anothr dreams of"Mak AUTO INSURANCE
past him.,Then try different _
you
.. Wltcb
ing the team." Unfortunately, moves in practice., i n -"" wan t ,.

fewer,40w1th each pasiingyear. "In order to handle bif tackles, 25.00 Down 9.00 Per Month
In a typical mordern high! school' I this Clown:
I have to keep working on my r
with an enrollment of 2,000,
quickness and individual

approximately them boys 300- will studentsallof be represented moves Not to"mention his barking. No Interest Or Finance Charges 26 50 12

on 10 or 12 varsity athletic
teams. The rest.-the girls 41-85-19

the boys who are too small, or Shaw U. Bears SR-22 Filings FREE. .4
those who have to work after 5

school and can't practice miss '1 9
out on thsl experience.A BOB HAYES 1ft
Winston ROBERT 1RAYIS
little over a ear ago President Coach Tom Landry, himself Upset & I lryetA4tAYliIiu
Johnson took steps to
this situation by establishingthe said went that the as passing Hayes game.wont,How'so Salem's Rams I Associates, Inc. 64 22 51
Presidential Physical Fitness -

Awards program.The boys the true.so-called For the"world's entire season fastest,, RALEIGH N.C..-Breaking 18 the a AZl E. 8th Street Room 10, Collier Bidg. 3S4-7897 .20-13 41 ,
and girls who earn the award losing streak of games,
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losses, Hayes was kept fair 6483 Roosevelt Dlvd.
"The President's American a stunningt26upsetvirtoryover
ly well in check by the opposition Wlnston-Salem State College's He's Down, He Adds,Subtracts.,'
and of them already -
Team 50,000
all around.
and the same was true'In He wo.rlids.4t
Park.
have made it. Rams In Chavis
the 34-21 loss to the Packers
The wooderful thing about this In the nnnt-nrandial NFL Ironically, It was this same; I 91-32- n
team is that If s open to all team that Shaw last defeated, ''
championship play. Tin Ti (
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Yn Doi't Km Ti d Tf
students, ages 10-17.ltpreseot- Because of his blazing speed 28-13 back In 1965, but Bears COMING ATTRACTIONS
ly has more girls than boys Hayes was the natural No. 1 bad tone wInl.... ,
and mor.13-year-oidsthanhigh Head coach Dennis Jefferson, : Low&PRICES 56 41 23MAN'S
school Juniors or seniors One in his first year as grid men I
little girl who made it has rely tor at Shaw praised the over :
one arm. all team effort, both offensive. DAYSNUMBERED atfoenrsiwyottoilf.lttrteaalt1ff.Nrim.Nh6Yetslultitlota1t.
All a student has to do to ly and defensively i
make the President's An! A. w4 Both teams played! a scoreless ,
merlca Team is demonstratethat first quarter; but following a DRUG STORE NEEDS -

he's more physically! fit Winston-Salem punts Shaw :'"Man's Days are Numbered.:'i PERFECT XMAS FOR
than most members of what {I, quarterback Walter Johnson Health and Fortune Can Be J
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Actually, testing should be a college (South! Carolina) quar- Amos Turner returned WSSC's
part of every scnoot pujriucai if terback, was a revelation alone punt 3) yards alter the defense DO YOU HAVE A FAMILY PICTURE ?
education program, even provided the impetus In has stauchly held the Rams
there were no awards program. several vital Dallas victories After William Fennell was held
ITS the only way the teachercan with Incredl'jle performances for no gain, Johnson threw a LIMITED TIME ONLY'
determine the needs of the carrying and catching. The 23-: flat r to Bill Jones, who ran;

Physically underdeveloped assess year-old, 200-potmder finishedthe 16 yards Into the end tone. jL'O WWftVW j
program strengths and 1966 season with 757 yards The two-points after touchdownto N \"mrrAr.* 10 CPLOR
and
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motivate pupa progress touchdowns to rank slam mrL' finally scoredIn 5-7 .:.27.50
Let's Is "
make sure our area rushing records and caught 41 the fourth quarter on a pass
represented on The President'sAll passes for 447 more yards and from Brandon to Larry Dray I Qw'VMY MVM A"MW
Amerta Team ,this ,ear. \WghtTD. ton. The PAT was good. TQMICUT IstHACE BO'CLOtK MO MINORS OM17SOMTU
BOB
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I Your Furniture Dollar Buy's More Af 8TERO STEKO SYSTEM; SYSTEM ffl-FI RADIO ( stb nllof OYHACllrS't .r......,....let........,.M.t ..'
has the works. Original t '
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$191; Has balance $78,.or asum ,',,,,.nAve de by.... rvM w3.5it...: tie
,"'$8 monthly payments .11. AM"""MaC.1, for .; .
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1606 Main Street J "
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BcIt.furniture ISABELLA OF PARS : /, .w.x la sr. 9 TAM7
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L That's Mel! I have the AnusIng -' -
superior tonic tablet! pep WEI
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( for aU the things you want to do. ILESSlNtSI IIESSIIM
Box df 30, $1.00.Satisfaction' .'SUMMER RATE! The man born with the fifi;,
guaranteed or Money back. ForKeD I 1 12 rooms, Private bath -$5.0)< $". Roosevelt franklin of Ma-
E and Women. 11 rooms. SemiprivateS4.0C( con, Georgia. It II through God
,1/1 day and truckers -$3.01( that I can remove all evil con
P. 0. Box 230, Dept.8. 0 or 2 persons) dltlons, tome questions you rosy
f. '* JDSEWOOD MOTOR wish to know.
;n 44th and NORWOOD AVE. IN THE GATEWAY SHOPPING CENTER Gary, IndianaAPTS. COUR I .
_,t. INTEGRATED '
'i FOR RENT: 5$1111,8.1,Cor.Edgewood Ave. 'h 1aa liICnNb.Z; r"N1TU1t1ol1
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-"" L Ms Phone 764-0003-Always Open.
VLa CAN Vrr HUSBAND ;STOP(
BOS Acorn 6rm. $39.00 Mo. I DRINKING?
1306 Davis St. 4 rm. $45.00 Mo. WINS A-PRfiLEM( CAN MY LOVE ONES BE RETURNED
4655 Flynn St. <4 I II. 1401 LeeSt. 4rm. $40.OOMo. EVERY 'DAY OF
I. 1472 LoganSt. 3 rm. $30,00 Mo. at They call me the (Rootman)
7045 Mark St. 4 rm.$65.00 Mo. But I am only a servant of God.
i "fxl'! ,, 706 Minnie St. 4 rm. $45.00Mo. I YOUR LIFE Because God it the answer'to
1614 Tyler St. 4 rm. $42.00 Mo. Many seem smaller once they all life's problems. I am the
629 WashlngtmSt., Srm.$52.00 are understood. Let me try to King Mo. help you with your Personal for my special selected Blblq
280 Watts St. 4 rm. $47.00 Mo. Problems. Confidential Air verses. To be read on SPECIAL
I er l ".r 1134 W. SthSt. Jrm.J36.OOMo. Mall postage, to this codhtry DAYS.
I r fr 917 Florida Ave. Srm. $54.00 25 Send a self-addressed. stamp.
i r' IVtt Mo. ed envelope and $2.00 for Bible
824 E. 5th St.Arm. $36.00 Mo. OMEGA verses and spiritual Messages.,
7 i irf1 MOUSE FOR RENT 'Dept. FEN You will receive Bible verses
,Box 29, Mulwsnburt, C.P by return mall.
7S7 E.57thSt. Srm. $40.00 Mo. South Africa 1 Send TO:
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Rev. Roosevelt Franklin
: y '4 FRENCH PROVINCIAL IN WHITE and GOLD 630 Morrow Avenue

'' With Mar Resistant-Heat Resistant Plastic Topsl FOR SALE Macon, Georgia 31301
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itf Double Dresser and Mirror $129 Urge Bookcase Hutch $79
3 Drawer Chest $74 'Corner Desk $69 I specialize in all case work.'honeuea .
IHIERGRATED MOTEL & RESTAURANTLOCATED
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Hutch Desk Chair $23 code 9127455475.Schenley.
,' Roomy Bookcase $74
40" Dresser Base $99 Canopy Bed with Frame $109
aI AT NORTH CITY LIMITS ON U. S. HIGHWAY II
i! \ MANY PIECES NOT SHOWN: CHOOSE THE PIECES YOU WANT! .TRQSPERIOUS; NEGRO NEIGHBORHOOD.

I 14 Modern units with T.V., W.W. Carpets and room phones. ob11gatIon.'I ..
: ,40 seat modern restaurant completely equipped. Serious II
j Ij CONlULMI ftU.LVIH& CHAfctt HAN! ness USE JELL FURNITURE'S ,Is worth the asking price of$105,000.00.Downpayment$35,000
I BUY$300 .PAY ONLY $10 MONTH BUY$700 PAY ONLY $ MONTH required. Owner will consider trade for real estate.Reply Box
BUY 500.PAY ONLY $ MONTH BUY $1000 PAY ONLY $___MONTH 5142, Jacksonville 32208.

Holiday Special : of things

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BERRIiR'S ICE CREAM

Special Bedding Bargain II .

REG MATTRESS ANDS699s EGG HOG 90$ Qt. SRN J

I BOX SPRINGS 2/ GAL. 'bou

$34 ,
!c ; i : $49Ds so

1 / ICE CREAM

Tufted mattresses and matching Call 356.3255 For Quantity 1210
box springs have woven
stripe ticking, pre-built borders
-' coH-OII-COU construction. 5 locations To Serve You '

; ,, / Double or twin..111.t ,
Try Our Delicious Hamburgers20tPUEEAASSEE

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LINCOLN ESTATES-,

SERVICE STATION OPPORTUNITY

1UU1! 1i'3 INTERSTATE 951 McCoy, CREEK OWN A BRAND NEW

UNDER( CONSTRUCTION)
... *BRICK HOME! *

MINIMUM INVESTMENT '
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I II 3 BEDRMMS-lifBAtlROOMS HOSE TO'MODEIN'
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APPROXIMATELY $12,080 NEEREI
Ii i SCHOOLS:AND'LARCl SHOPPING' CENTER.; SELECT:
PAIR llIlllle'I. *
/ YOUR GIN MODEL OR. PLANS, 'LET US HELP JOIn
RENT IR ITILITIES
y YOUR lOut BEAUTIFUL. LINCOLN ESTATES..
r ''IRANI REALER '
7 PC. FAMILY SIZE DINETTE SUITE OPENINt FIR 7k
It FINANCING AVAILABLE

i' THIS BEAUTIFUL DELUXE DINETTE INCLUDES (III I9ALIFIEJ}

S FOR INFORMATION CALL 1130 Richard son Rd 7o5"-16o5 ]
: 3&" X 48" X II* PLASTIC TOP TABLE IN WALNUT Bob Helm

f: fOODGRAIN ACCENTATED WITH BRONZETONE AND EVENINfi AMI WEDNESDAY SISTER BESSIE
.144- 1196 JREK: CANDLE WITH EVER RIADIN

I HIGH BACK CHAIRS :THAT ARE FOAM PADDEB1 COMPARE ATS1IS.IS
She will read your entire We-past;,present and I
BRAND NEW BRICK HOMES future. She asks no questions but will tell you
what you want togtring date and bets of I
ONLY BELL OFFERS 36 MONTH business, love, health and family affairs.! Will]
$ find lost art TELL whom will f
help you you you
J REVOLVING CREDIT DAILY 10 A.M. TO 9 P.M. ; 65 marry and when. If the one yon love Is true, what I;
.,, ,ONLY, MONTH_ to do'to be successful.Will reunite the separated,I
locate absent friends and relatives:, and cause I
.: e OUR SELUNO POLICY .:1, r., e i Inside City Limits -Save On happiness between mss and wife. Make KJ>| ,',
,Every Hm ll plainly marled with Btll'l everyday .. vww... FHA FlnanclAgLow lover's quarrels. Tells.lfsicknes. .or bid luclt II '
X low prlc... No hidden prices, no matching wits Down Payment! natural tnemloes, evil Influence and bad luck Does not tell
for the best deal. to please you,but will till the truth.One visit will repay you tote]
UODEL', .HQUE NOW.ON DBPLAT disappointments in an others. I not only read your life like sly
2479 W. 28th open book but (also help you out of your TROUBLES. COB*;
Is. e OUR/9ICINO POLICY and see why you are so mhsppy,wits everything seems b g owrong.
Bell guarantMt the price v4u pay to be the 3 BEDROOMS CAKPORTI_ WHY be sad and downhearted,sick and worried whnrycW
lowest obtainable onywhtrt;Will refund the dif. K can be helped and everything wade clear by consulting. Tins
fertnce within thirty days if any Identical Hemr GIFTED MEDIUM! Everybody welcome. NO MAIL ,wEUD.I .
+ 'for MM anywhtre. ,GRAND PARKSALES make no house'Calls. Dooft mistake the address, SISTER
: BESSIE Is located north ot Callahan on UjS. lit 11* mile from
furnitureOPEN I City Of CALLAHAN;Florida RUJM 179-2250.
: ;f t, :A ,,, OFFICE AT DIVISION t 20TH ST. EXP.PliIKE WATCH FOR HER SIGN IN FRONT OF HOUSE
Across the Street from SPORTSUAH MOTEL
) { w\ Ph.16S 444S 44th and NORWOOD AVE. IN THE GATEWAY SHOPPING CENTER 354-874S FOR DETAILS Open dally I ..... tolO pjn.Including: Sundays;
11 TO A $5
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