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African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
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Material Information

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
December 2, 1967
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
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LAKELAND, FLA.! The Webster Frederick H.. Brooks, a new
c flame la the field for
annex of the Roche lie Junior positive
:MATTHEW W.GILBERTPLANS Senior High School Is dangerous means of getting rights for the
threw "bombshell"
Negro a
,and hatarous, plaster falls,and of invectives at a senate Investigating -
children's lives are endangered
committee
beaded
Says the Lakeland Chapter by
Senator John
UMcCleUan
of NAACP la
the which unit
Washington, last week, when
is asking for an investigation
be palled no punches and told
and a of these
del remedying. gross the lawmaker and his constituents : '
OPPOSED that Black people

Otis Williams, president the a should gain their rights by what
local chapter, dispatched a letter ever means and If that means

-- to Secretary of Health John __.._. ,.. violence, that's what I mean.
.. .. .. .
Gardner, and outlined specific Thaws not for me to decide.
Gilbert : faults of the shaky building .WASHINGTON:.,James B. Jones, left, former dean of students' It's up to the white people
High's"Renovation" Atty. Earl M. Johnson Noted Miamion The NAACP Man said falling of Texas Souther University, Houston admitted to the Senate what means will be used."

plaster injured one child earlier Permanent love.UpUoos'subcommlttee that hard core black
Is First ChoiceAt this year. He said be fear power advocates wrested control from the school administration. The bush- beaded, bespectacled SNCC-
Brooks former
ed that more plaster might fall.b He said that the school administration feared taking action ,
And Oscar N. addition to that, the inadequacy against militant Student Nonviolent Coordinating pNCC) Nashville director, and former
Hit LeadersThe Taylor Liberation
catled
of the
By Polls principal so- -
City's of material for the students members who later touched of a two-day roll which left one School In Nashville
was pointed outTnere is policeman dead and ravaged the campus. At right Is Dr. H.H. ,
Rev C.BJtalley, pastor Mrs. UJUhalle Range made ,no equipment for industrial: arts Hartshorn dean of the College of Arta at the Universlty.-UPl did not parry question. He
of the First Baptist Church of history at the last Miami election The one and only saw,according simply answered them.Accord-

Oakland, members of his congregation Face Republicans when, with a total of 16, to Williams, Is now broken. tlng to news reports, the astute

and community leaders 430 votes, she became the first There Is one hammer Photo.Comedian senators were somewhat nonplussed
have taken a strong stand and at this new leader, but,
is
** Negro City Commissioner And furthermore, there Will
against the plans for renovating according to final tallies, won no science equipment. There since time was of the essence,
Gilbert Junior-Senior Voters White Democrats they carried on.
High Negro
with a substantial majority of Ia DO Libra y.
School. the white votes.Commissioner, Response came from Supervising Brooks, apparently quite at
Rev Dalley, In a release to Principal John W. Love- Visit 26 Towns ease, said city riots are only
the press, said, "This action Urged To Go To Polls Dlc.5JackaonWe Range until lace. He contended that nothing a foretaste of what America

is part of a treacherous plotto the election an appointee, stood Is really wrong.'He did agree can expect, "If blacks don't get

keep our children chained citizens are being tent that Negro citizens U well high in the esteem of the thousand with Williams that lockers are their rights. While he sat back'

and shackled away from those urged by local democratic u whfl DemaiW_ t4sdkdo'OSCAR of voters When Sidney needed, physical education facilities During OrdealCHICAGO puffed leisurely at a cigarette, \
Aronovlts resigned February1of with defiance in his tone and In-
equal opportunities that we have leaders to return to the pollson '" are wanting, and that
so long fought for" Tuesday, Dec. 5, the day 1966, first choice for the top better science equipment might Negro comedian and own idea. Us eyes, be proceeded to lam-

"Further,. said, the minister, on which the general election position was Mrs Range be provided. He spoke of plans civil rights activist Dick Gregory "Threason I decided to fast twit tbejcoeressmen.
fofe
The large number of votes Brooks had aa answer
"the scheme further makes victims will be held.Several for the sliur. In
tlon.
alleviating celebrated the Thanksgiving is that I feel it would be very
city-wide. The commissioner lead. When Senator Harry
was
and prisoners of our children Democrats who won addition he said every
students have
America because
effective in
holiday by beginning a 32- ,
had the sopport M.Jackson Democrat of Washington
strong ,
In a system with facilities nominations in the second primaries been Intend the
oUlged tj is the la the
this only country
day fast In protest of the war in
I fl ,the Miami Herald and TbIMlaml"jliI.w.'eWftl called Brooks plans
that are unequal.They know that wIU face RepdbUcaiEARLJOHNSON t1 ,
:ltIcPo4L ': In whack have'more' '
.' county.! Vietnam, wqrld we, suicidal 'the fighter asked
uri "
just matUr'of raohthi theneed The relic>Mitt) Id 19Z8, is Gregory whose civil rights 'people dying from overeating.: "'Mmdbll
commissioners contributed toward Country von its Independence
of a totally high school on brick, trimmed wood. It is activities have tab, him all than from under eating," the did
the success: of the cam from Britain
the Eastside Is to be
going a two story structure and
was over ,the country and Jeopar comic said. '
paign. WIn It use love? He further pointed
clearly." shown" ,and substantiated the election. tryst of twoyears used by whites until Integration dined a lucrative career as an He said during the fasting be to the absurdity of numerous
: measurers came, entertainer said the fast Is his will visit 26 cities for speeches,
The minister also pointed out I' ago for thepoHnat Investigations.
that the plan must not succeed 1i commissioner, Mrs. Range lost lectures and other appearances He said that he has thus far
,
for it simply means that the TAYLOR by 1,400 ,ot'I. Last week Com and will drink only distilled wa- taken no part la violence

school board would" then be able vote on Tuesday "He added. ,, missioner's, Range's plurality South Carolina ter.The comedian called on all Senator Muskle,discussion Maine Democrat
approached: :
to go own with plans for a new Mlf they don't our combined those oppose the war to demonstrate ,
from the of the
angle "progress"
school in the all-white Ocean- i efforts to elect Earl Johnson; their opposition by
made by the Negro. Me-
way community. and Oscar Taylor so that Jack Negro Children not buying turkey for Christ- Clellan asked Brooks about
sonvllle will have some semblance -
mas dinner.
statements charged to Brown
Butcher Knife of representatives government I had
Gregory said be posted and Carmichael! u to "taking,
will. have been to no $100 bond for who can
anyone a bead on President Lynda B.
avid." Of WormsCOLUMBIA prove he has anything In his "
Dying Johnson. He advocated that u'a
DeathTo out that
Brings It has been pointed stomach except distilled water. "last resort"

Republicans, with the aid of He said be was willing to submit Brooks alluded to extra shootIng -

Demoklrk-type democrats, use S.CXNPIiack children are going hungry in to an examination on the wIIerlllleded.
Man ,
Jaxon
the general elections to defeat South Carolina, while state official stand idly by, a ciUten's condition that if the challenger The leader said that policemen
Negro candidates. committee has been told. founder nothing he would donate
thanksgiving brought not only opposition. Two of them are are often responsible for
who
Other Democrats
starvation deaths in her $100 to the Student Non
fun and folly, but is also brought Negroes Earl M. Johnson publican opposition in Dr. Donald Gatch of Beaufort retfi violent Co-ordinating Committee. tense situatloos.Brooks .

tragedy. Gull Henry Thursman, running for City CounclLCroup day's general elections lb-1 county said the children are home South town.Carolina is the only statein answering a question

33, 1434 Johnson, died from a 5, at-large and Oscar N. Taylor IWulibacher.. City afflicted by parasitic disease the Southeast that does not "1 also suggest that they avoid u to murder, commented that
one-inch butcher knife wound City Council District 7. Joe Car- and serious malnutrition. IsjustwbatisbaweDlnc1llVI.tnam.
z
Group atlarge
; In federal traditional decorations,Christ
take the
part govern-,
his chest. Investigating officers FLORIDA STAR He called white people -
editor Eric A
committee of the Citlsens
motel Council,Gron>at-large
t ment's direct commodity distribution mas trees, lights, ornaments, "
"Irrelevent, However be
Sergeant K.L.HelsbeckandSer- 0, lmpson, an unsuccessful Justin C. Itontogomery, Com- J Crusade Agalst Poverty a toys and the exchange of gifts ,
geant J.M. Parker reported that candidate for the Civil Service program said, that some of his best
ell District 1, Tommy Cay, Washington-base, anti-poverty
.and until
,
Only 13 d the slate's 46 counties presents peace on ear
Tburman fell to the ground at Board said. "it is most impor- Council District S, at-large; ATHAUE RANGE- acellC,1.Iard the testimony participate .U5.Agri- th and good will toward men become friends are white According to
about 645 at the above ad- the news, McClellaa asked not
Dr. Catch said be knew of
Council
Tiutln Oiontgomery, her "
was.aore.1han 11,000: over culture Department's food- a reality, the entertainer to be included among those
dress. Rap Brown Council District J. FrankSwU, closes opponent. Kit. Range eight Negro children including said
stamp program "best friends." Brooks said
En Nell Jones 35 who 4
gavethe Council, District Johnny Sanders who
; is the sixteenth Negro to run three In a singel family,
he would to He said
same, was arrusted. for bomocldallnqul.r Council, District 6; John for election I II Miami. died of worms and other para.sites he see Jhat.

Another man ,Woodrow. Wright CuBot' Trwl Lanahaa, Council, District S; Just;i before the... recent In. la his area before he stopped them wouldadv'ocatel when the time handling-comes."The .
,
and Walter Williams, Council stalatlon ceremonies for Commissioner counting five years ago
draft is for white
34, 508 Lee Street.was shot peo-
District 14. Range and the others flU eight white children la Beaufort
In the stomach outside his mo- pie," said Brook.
ue appointment of .
Donald county;had died of parasites CIVIL RIGHTS
tther-ln-laWs home at 1607 He was arrested for
Wheeler Jones recently:
a Negro at in his area before he stopped '
Everson. Police officers booked NegroWhiteMllrrlsle torney, was announced to the counting five ago. walking out of a draft service
years
Emanual Perry, 35, 1074 West 4e public, for the position of "If eight white children la office in Nashville He was ear-.
.Beacon od a of Bar suspended from Tennessee
charge
aggravated
Law bad died of
assault. Miami Municipal Judge. A Beaufort county parasites At! for civil activities.
RoundupHEALTH
Negro predecessor la that position something would have
According to Perry, Wright Twist was Judge Lawson Thomas. been done eons ago," he added,
was with him when he fired a Gets New
The position Is part-time asserting that 'there'snodamn'sense
pistol once into the air. Perryclaimed
that, as be lowered the ; ( A state law banning the marri in nature. la people" going hungry West Coast
A "Aq'ta Another candidate for a political in this country.
pistoL Wright got la the man and a PROBECHICAGONPOThe
way.
Wright was treated at Duval tu white wyaanehas been upheld.It omc., Negro Thomas K. Mrs. Victoria Da Lee, a civil'rights National Medical association has announced -
Washington, was two from the worker la Dorchestercounty that black people donU Negroes Get
Center
Medical
and released. Is not in violation of the an investigation charge
Another weekend States bottom and polled 1,900 votes. told the panel of child- enough health care. "Negroes continue to die la and
fatality resulted Florida or of the United get good
In the death of a Calvin constitution according to an outside of Chicago hospitals under circumstances which cause, Own Bus Urn

street man, J.III.Thomas :;iL; opinion handed down by the Class Has grave concern among Negro physicians," Dr. Jasper F. Wll-

and the arrest of a suspect. Florida State Attorney Central's Negro History limas, chairman, NMA council on medical and hospitals LOS ANCELES-A Angela

Anriah G.King,17, a suspectwas --........." '. "'- office. In the wake of charges that several were being self-help organization has
found under a bed la his RAP BROWN The case involved the Issuance misdiagnosed and dented treatment at of the city purchased bus line
a and
Status In a
home last Wednesday by Investigating Outspoken Civil Rights Leader or the refusal of Issuance Regular PhillyNegro hospitals.ACtttfATION. charter bus company operate

officers JXBeck Rap Brown Is still under travel of a license to James in South Los Angeles
, i'and Patrolman HJUferdea. He Van Hook and his fiancee white
,
restrictions, according to a decision This comes U an aftermath
was arrested at about 11 p.m. handed down by a Virginia Uane Peters. "Judge W. F. History will be taught In the schools Philadelphia' a, Pa. LEXINGTON, KY<.-(NPI-Three civil right and poverty of a strike by bus drivers lathe
I last Wednesday. Court. Further agony was Blantoo refused to agree to the This announcement was made by Superintendent Mark R. worker have accused a Senate subcommittee of continuing city.

Thomas suffered fatal bead added to the 4eclsimbyuother issuance of a license. The attorney Shedd, III answer to demands made at a Black Power demonstration aa attack on them which was started by officials la Pike county Drivers had threatened to stop

wounds, Inflicted, according to Judge who said that Brown's general said that the on November 17. & to wear Africa1' Ky. Their charge was made la a plea in US,District court operating la the eontlmiaHy..

reports, by a teenager, at Calvin ball should never have beengranted. refusal "does not violate the 'The superintendent forsees the, permission to class. Be defended their for the return of personal papers and records seined by local thing steam Watts
and Oceola streets at about equal protection guaranteed by garb authorities. The seizure was made when .A1aJI1DeS Mar-
of the elective The
teaching U one to do this If It is "won purchase was announced
1 ajn. Saturday. The officers the Fourteenth Amendment." next year of the school system. right gret McSurely and Joseph Mulloy were arrested on sedition by Dr. Tnomas W. Matthew,

also reported that Thomas had REOPENING "Further, the opinion has been Three hundredtacheraaresow with sincerity"FUEL charges last August. They accused the Permanent Subcom- director of the National Economic

been expressed that "This county learning the course. It consist PIOJEHOUSTONQ1P1&a mittee on Investigations, headed by Sea John McClettaa of Grew and Reconstruction
BURAS, l ,--(NPI)-Our Lady and all other of "not a bona fide Investigation.
King was held without bond for Judge county J Judges of a weekly lecture on the Ne Arkansas, conducting Organization.
homicide Investigation.Ot of Good Harbor Roman Catholic of Florida should continue to be ads cultural roots, and has'been John L. They have purchased U buses
school closed McCleUufs subcommittee on
parochial bound by this enactment sub- asked for by a surprisingly ) "FREEDOM PLACE"NEW and a franchise to operate Ia
.V since It was fired -bombed la ject only to a change of the law large number teachers. investigations is looking into YORK-CNPIM Dew street has been named after the Mississippi Watts and elsewhere. Most of
1964, will open again. Parish by a validly constituted legislature -, star the campus disturbances at TexasO&witiernttiiverslry thr.." who slain Miss. !
Mt1U11 Several days ago Negro which were near, Philadelphia, a the 36 driven to be b1re4 will
officials announced reopening of the state of Florida." dent rioted. They made many: 1964 Named "Freedom Place" the Westslde street." be Negroes He averred thai
plans, three years after the Earlier this week time 'ensued May 1617. TSU stu-
11''I r no had civil rights wccters.Alldr.. Goodman and Michael Schwerner -
demands. Only two were rem- "Negroes are not helpless,"
( to be
bombed during a delta arc expected among
school was been set for a bearing on the York of UerSdUa Relatives ,
3M. 'led by the superintendent. The of New and James Chandy Miss. '

at. IN"I,.... protest. against. school. Integration. Ware statue before the state legis other ,.to .which he,agreed, ,1s'. those testifying.: at the panel'shearings. of the three took part la the street- naming ceremonies; VOTE DEC.,,









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rr .J 1. les Elite CNmettes Hettp les' Coquette Maceo Lodge

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Holiday SpecialRERRIFR'Sf Charity Club Has Memorial


"CE CREAM. Serves CoffeeThe Services Dec. 10The

., r.U. Maceo Lodge No. 8 of
: 4'r lei Coquette Chalrt the Order of Elks will hold
EGG ; 4I HOG90d( ,; ) Qt. _-_ Club presented annual Coffei the annual memorial services
; sip with Fashions recently at the Sunday, December 10, at the
:2/2 GAL. YWCA. Mn. Claude Polite, ,Elks Home. Members should
s3u Mrs. Roger Battle and Miss 'register with secretary.The
Christine Plnkty modeled.Miss ''service will begin at S p.m.
ICE CREAM X41 M4ffk.Jkllom was narrator. Members are urged to present
4t,;: Mrs..' Fred Richardson atfejN for the election of officers
Call 356-3255 For Quantity .,"'i .Mrs.CharlesNickrsoe for the new year All
IJ, wrmest soloist. officers dealing with finances
$ Locations To Serve You .:.-. < Host'clubs were: Fashlonette, must meet and make their reports
.. ""'Host and, Hostess Mrs. Rugh at this meeting E.J.Norman -
Try Our Delicious Hanburgers-20t Deal president; if.?W. Perkins Grand District Deputy,
OES 181. will be present Leon Gonta-
Club members are:Miss Maggie let is reporter.
Kellom, president; Mrs.
Claude Polite, vicepresidentMrs. Christian Aid
PLLEEAASSEE Remember Roger Bade, secretary;
Mrs. McRoy Wills, treasurer;
Mrs. Charles Nicholson, finance Club Is ReadyFor
The Deadline For ; Mrs. Alphonso E. Brown
business; Mrs. Julius Johns,
Church & Social News Jr., chaplain; Mrs. David Scott FestivalThe
4 sinking fund treasurer; Mrs. Christian Aid No. 5 will
Is Tuesday Noon /: Daisy B. Campbell, reporterMrs. celebrate its anniversary on
.
'ti\ .tI At Rufus Williams, Jr.,Mrs. 'Monday night, December 4, In
I
and Miss Addle Church at 8
Johnson
Herbert Dayspring Baptist
Bring News To ra"I n .. Legett. p.m. Refreshments will be sere .'
.
.- \SI"; "" 14< ..." J4 \Jurs .I ved. All are Invited.
*oiO lfc > if i
2323 Moncrief Rd. Car, 13th St. The lei Elite Charmettes Social and Civic Club distributed Josie Williams, Mrs". Jennie Epps: Mrs. Hazel ti'herry Mrs. Word Will Mrs. Mamie B. Anderson is '
Thanksgiving! baskets to the needy last week. Baskets were Mrs Catherine Ford, Mrs. Lucille Washington, Mrs. Odessa president. Rev.Weaver Is pastor .
Notices Must Be Mail By Monday Noon, prepared In the home of Mrs. Lucille ireMar11ailNuna Good, Mrs. Mary Clayton and Mrs. Euncle Harris. Host Spellmanites .
Street In the picture, left to right are Photo! By Bob Smith
Mrs. Erma G. Word, 3717
YOUR COOPERATION IS NEEDEDSO Moncrief West, will be hostess Heads Fashion Revue
Help Fight Cancer WithA to the Spellman College Club
Hew Bride
WE CAN SERVE YOU I I Saturday, December 2, 1967,
Check at I p.m.
Check-up And A Check
All members are asked to be
i present. Plans will be com
pleted for Christmas coffee tc
be held in the Myrtle Branct

library. t
:
Bill Johnson

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ti RecuperatesWilliam .'

WAR'D] BeliringerSaleDELIGHT t Bill Johnson, 1810 W. '

Twenty-seventh, is convalescing
corn a recent illness He
is a former eastslde residentand
served as a recuriter fora
Texas fish company. He is St. Joseph's Methodist Church
the husband of Mrs. Mule Jessie and Spearing, win sponsor
Johnson, a member of the on December 10, a fashion
t' HER WITH A LUXURY GIFT Knights of St. John's Lodge revue, stylesaroUlld the clock
Mr. and Mrs Arthur Holmes, auxiliary No.120. He Is the trOll 4 to 6 p.m. Mrs. Harriet
G 1746 West 13th, have announced, father of Joseph Johnson, baritone Dorsey shown above ts in
FROM WARDS CAROL BRENT COLLECTION the recent marriage of their' singer and civic leader. charge All prpceeds will gr
daughter, Miss Mary Ann Hales expenses and finances for Wo
Holmes, to Mr. Lonnie Wilson, Were men's day at the church. There t
Jr., son oRev.and Mrs.Lonnie Is no admission. Rev. Golden
Wilson, Sr., of Fort Worth, Guests Here Smith Is pastor.
Texas. The bride attended New
.: Stanton Senior High School and Professor and Mrs.T.L.Hale, Dr. Mrs Dixon
Save.over'3 the American Business College. Sr., and Miss Ellen Smith of ,
They were married on November BtrmIDgb ..,.Ala:, were the
; 22 in Fort Worth., Mrs. Thanksgiving guestsof Mrs Have New BabyDr.
Annie Mae Holmes mother of
Courtney J.Smith, Sr.
the bride, was a guest at the They will be remembered as and Mrs. Fredrico A.Dix! .
gift* Texas nuptials. Misses Ellen and Lucille V. on, Jr., formerly of Jackson
r on nylon ------, Smith, sisters of Mr. Smith ville, now residents of Chat-
BOLDENS and former Jason tanooge, Tenn,announce the arrival i
of Lovette Enrico, born /,,
NEW ADULT CUSSES Green Pastures November 2, 1967.
fashion robes Mrs.Dlxon Is the former De-
Ad 1 '-Starting February IS- lores Lovettee of High Springs,

HOSPITAL AID CLASS Club In Confab Florida. 1
Lovette Enrico Joins his older
# Intl. ,* CASHIER SALES CLERK The Green Pasture Guild, brother Fredrico m who Is 3 f
FEATHER LIGHT, YET WARM West Side Division, met with years and 9 months old. ,
PRESCHOOL WORKERS' Miss Phyllis Conway, 1510 W. The maternal grandmother,
; 17' LUSH COLORS, MANY STYLES 21st. Miss Carolyn Baker, a Mrs;.Hattle Lovette of High
BUSINESS MANAGEMENT member, gave a book review on Springs The Paternal grand
Huckleberry Finn. The meeting parents are Mr. and Mrs Fro Registration. A. Dixon, Sr., on Venus Street
prior to this was held with Mrs. e
\ Tue.Thur., FrL,8tolOP.MBOLDENS Ewarlie Woods, an honorary
COLLEGE member. She was appointed by Begonia ClubCelebrates
1618 W. 20th: Street J. Johnson, director
1 799 Registrar S566465Schenley. ItsAnniversary
Pansie Sewing I
f ,'
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Circle Meets

.. The Begonia Ladles Club celebrate I
w REGULARLY$10.99 The Pansie Blossom Sewing
the twenty-seventh "
Circle meets Thursday, December .
always in thecenter 13, at the home of Mrs. niversary recently In the educational f'I
building of Mt. Ararat .
Mattie R. All
Sapp. are urged
<,< be present. Baptist church Mrs. EUzabth C
Only otVYardi you*find Rib mot beat Wilson was In charge of the I
Hful way to toy "Me"" Christina to programs Mrs. Lucille Reese
z Wedding Bells and
Mrs Hattie
Taylor servedon
I someone. sp.dol15h.71 I love any one of of things the refreshment
.dt tfiete, quitted laungeni and,only Dennis Anderson, 2718 Waldo The club's history committee.was read
youH know !ho low ole price you St., 63 and Altames.Nlms,2711 by the recording secretary
4 ,paid) Pick collared rtyU with pipIng < WaMnSt., 57. Mrs. Luville Jones

and applique olio collarleM Jerald Leonard Nelson, 1049 other participants were Deacon '
I i look wMi lo -frOIflllg,or !low- W. 31st St., 20 and Jennifer El- Charlie Boasts, Deacon
t n trimmed itand-vp collar style Poly. I berta Conway, 1510 W. SOthSt, Hams Perman Williams, Rev. E.WU-
Mrs. Pauline
18. Brow
eiter fflledi acetate lined. Soft
4" Mrs. Lucille Jones, Mrs Rosa
R paiteli, bright 5,M,L Superb Kerry Nathaniel CurmWe,1920 Evans, Mrs. Rena Harvey, Mrl'I
Carol Irenr*quality...the ne t Grunthal St., 20 and Julia Mae Vivian Cherry, Mrs Corle Mc.. I
v''r for your mon.yl I If Williams, 3404 Division St,18. Coy, Mrs. Rosa Watts, Joseph 1,1
Watts and Mrs. Queenle King;
3r James Oliver Allen, Jr. Ft. Mrs. Rosa Watts served u
1 s Worth, Texas, 20 and Gavneli\' musican, Mrs. MUdren Thomas
a Corretha Caldwell.ZJJO ts president I j
Jeanette St, 26. IJ J


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I Beautiful And Brain Y American Legion Florida A&M Royalty Darnell-Cookman :Pallbearers j i

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Plan Meeting

Post Will MeetThe Choral Singers Pallbears Society No. 14 win I'

ac Jacksonville Post of the !M meet at 7:50 Wednesday 8. Mrs
American Legion, 197 will meet Choose Officers.Clara B. Tillman Is president.
Friday night, December 1, at
I'i
9 8 p.m. Members not paid up The Darnell-Cookman Junior
I I
should do so. Any veteran of any Rich School's Choral Parents r,1iiiii7 I
i war is invited to attend and recently held the election of. ; ;
become a member. officers Mrs. E.BJaTis is ,
Those who cannot attend and president I
who wish to pay dues should Officers are: President, Mrs i
contact O.J.IUUIIIfJadjutant", Mamie Taylor: Vice-president J\se.
623 West Beaver G.L.Flenoid, Mrs Jewel Felton Assistant
Post Service Office,1414 Bracy. secretary, Mrs Boyklns Fin-
Commander Willlard Morriscan t anacial Secretary J.Darls; I
be contacted at 768-4642 4 r Treasurer, Mrs Leota Davis;
after ( p.m. Treasurer. Mrs Leota Data I

) Chaplain, Lirs. B.H1U; Reporter !
I /Jones.-Asks 4 w Mrs.Mildren Matthews and

Business. Manager Mrs A.Sama. .

For) Negroes In I The organisation will meet .
Monday night, December 4, at '

Democratic Unit 7.30 Ruby in P.Asken tbemuslc is suite directress Mrs
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I ;
"'-i Sam Jones, director of the i ?
Mill LaRelne LaMar it bean Florida Voters League will fl"Last Mrs. Gilmore
Wd. but Miss laMar Is also suggest a full slate delegatesto pr 1
brainy. She Is one of six finalists the Democratic National Convention -
of the recent "Corlcldln" con of 19&8. unless Negroes Plans Hosting :,
test conducted by that company. are included. BIf
This charming young lady is a Jones made this observation ,
.college graduate and has been after Governor Maddox o f -,. .. Semi-Socials .. '
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a postal girl for an outstanding Photo- appoint Georgia Negroes announced as members that he will weeks game between FAMU and Texas was the occasion tendant, Miss Diane Spartllng, Miss ,FAMff and Miss Renda Mrs. Dorothy GUmore will entertain you can find
business concern. Re- the Georgia delegation, under for the presence of FAMVs Royalty. This Bob Smith Florida J. McKee a Miss FAMU attendent. Male members of the royal th t Semi Civic Club'
Lobseni Public '
'Courtesy 1a.10III. Squibb Building. authority given him by the state Star Photo shows Miss Clara Whipple Miss Junior At- entourage are also In the picture. Monday at 8 p.m. at her home, a better Bourbon

Augustus ThomasIs leaden."Governor Maddox! is the first Heroines Of Jericho' Queen Of South Garden Circles MAKE YOUR 1752 Mrs.Myrtle.Rattle Washington will ,, 'i15! ...buy III!
to give ground," said Jones.He be hostess. Last month's meet- I/* PT.
said that Florida leaders have fag was with Mrs.Ihelma WhiteMrs. !
Commander been lukewarm. No. 104 Meets SoonJ.C.Phillips OES Hosts Many Plan A BazaarFor VOTE COUNT Elnora Small president. I I tltalMTmaar KITIXiriOIMM MI IUTUM oa MIM Rwrar.,M MoD n;

Court, No. 104,

Of Gateway Unit Harmony Lodge Heroines the Masonic of Jericho Temple, will meetat 410 At Sunday TeaThe December 9

ted Augustus commander Thomas of Gateway was elec-Bar- Meets Dec. 1 Board,Wednesday, December 6, Queen of the South, Chap- '.lie Federated Garden Cir WOOLWORTM'S
rack No. 3131 of World War atCpjn. ter No. IDS,Oes,held a Thanksgiving cles will sponsor a bazaar Saturday -
their meeting. Harmony Lodge No. 1 F. and Tea in the borne of Mrs. December 9, onthe". '
,Nq.. at regular K'apereffesHold
L
Sr., past commander AM, PHA, Inc. will meet Friday B.WlUlams Worthy Matron. grounds of the Clodgett homes,
JJrving December 1, at 8 from 10 a.m. to 6
was chosen as quartermaster p.m. Among the many guest were: p.m.
and chairman! of the at the Masonic Temple 410 MeetingThe Mraes. Willie Leo Tanner, Alice Mrs Omeyi Rowe is chair
building committee. Broad street, for the election Kaperettes Bridge club P.Anderson, Ethel Bowen ,man. The event is open to the
elected H.'W. of officers. with Mrs. Marie Mary Green, Marlon P. Glover public.
Others meet Davis
were Final plans for the first annual Viola Jones Susie Mae Proceeds from the baaaar w1l1 Shoes the
Walden. Arthur G. Ellis and 1171 'Grother, with the president jor family
and obser-i toward the
Christmas party I Lawson, Evelyn Brown go purchase of a'
adco- Jenkins in
Benjamin Perkins Judge Oteen charge.
vance of the Lodge's ninety- Also: Mmes. Martha Starks cite for the Center. Boothswill
cate. AU other incrubents were 'Officers were elected as follows -.
ninth anniversary will be aired. Greather Williams Attemese feature gifts, decoratlos
President Lorraine
,re-elected. Mrs.
Membership dues for 1968 are District Deputy Grand Master Little;, Vice president, Mrs.Nellie Hargorve, Leouna JohnjouRachel homemade goods canned and DOWNTOWN STORE ONLY
Henry Simmons will conductthe Hill, Florida Batiks, perserved goods goodies for
Harris Miss
due In December.New membersare ; Secretary
election. the kids, and useful household
Anna Jackson, Christine Camp
Mam Davis Mrs.Mattle .
welcome. ; Trasurer 300 HOGAN ST.
articles and clotting
bell, Evelyn Felder, lull B.EYIII. .
Montgomery Chaplain,
;
I Texas Southern Redeves Grant Miss Queen Jenkins and Busl- Pride Of Maceo
_._ mess Manager Mrs. Marian And: Miss Rosa LJDlcks.Mlss
Weston. Cassandra Lois Wright, Miss
Plans were made for Christ- laser Starks, Miss Darlene Lodge 186 MeetsPride
,Williams, Mrs. John Brown,
I mas. of Mateo Lodge No.186, I
lI Miss San
Mr.
Leroy Battlse
Two rounds of bridge were IBPOE of will meet Thursday -
dra Jackson Miss Vernette
,
enjoyed. Prices were won by
December 7, at 712 Du-
Mitchell and Miss Deborah Williams. -
Mari Lewis first; Marion val street.
Weston, second; Lorraine Lit- ., Mrs. Battle 1. James Daughter -
tie, third and Queen Jenkins Ruler, Is calling all memror.<al -
t tf booby. Josephine Cleveland received -' Buy U.s.11 !t meeting?Businesstransacted.
t the guest prize. The' 't.; mportace will 111,
next meeting will be with Miss, Saving Bono Queen B.Wtwamsis
f I Queen Jenkins 334 W. 8th St. reporter. .
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jHumbleoll grant to T.S.U. with A business administration
135 Brood St. 353-5791,
Harold A. Worn left, a mem' degree with accounting as his
i ,ber of Humble 011 Refining major field of study. For the
Company's progesslonal recruiting ; 1967-68 academic year. Humble WE DO OUR .OWN FINANCING
team, and Robert E.| largest UJ5.011 refiner and
Joyce recruitment coordinatorat marketer and four subsidiaries
the oil compnay's headquarters and affiliates are distributing
In Houston Texas, visit a'total of$363,000 through their
the Texas Southern University' Education Foundation in grants TIt Crtt ''Att...
campus in Houston to present to colleges and universities throughout ,
$2,500 grant for T.s.U.'s uhi the country.
YOUR NOME BAO/ENJOJAINNJ/ [ [
restricted use. The gift made = = [ [
through the Humble Oil Education ,Royal Courts
Foundation, was acceptedfor
the university by Dr. H.H. Hold MeetingRoyal
Hartshorn, center above, administration -.
dean Mr. Odom, Court No. 173 will meet
himself at T.S.U. graduate Is in the lower unit of the Grant
>a member of Humble's bead- Memorial Church of Decem-
quaters staff like Mr. Joyce, ber 4th at 6.30 p.m.
and is assigned to the head- Lily White Lodge No. 173 will
quarters controllers' department be in a meeting at the same ?
He was graduated in 1965 :pake at 7.30 p.m. Itr

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i STIR PIPFBBS SATURDAY DECEMBER 2, IK


I Woman Lawmaker-Doctor Prayed At Five For Success in Medicine-And Won! 1




"God Gives Each Talents' ," Says Christian Aid Social- Meets Second BaptistHas Apostolic Church New- Gordon AME'W Minister I I


Communion Celebrates AnnualThe

"Unusual Methodist" ChurchwomanDorothy
Apostolic Shiloh Holiness
-- Sunday Evening Church, 2202 Thomas, South-
L. Brown at five years clap, was sick and to a side, recently celebrated its
But. while there Dorothy L. Brown prayed. DorothyrT w Holy Communion service will, eleventh anniversary, for the
n asked God to lead her way Into the field of medicine. w b held at Second Baptist Sun- pastor, and the 14th of the
ii.-) Dorothy L. Brown is now ware of the talent. day at 6 p.m. The Rev J.C. church
a profeuor of c1l.D1cal.urPfJ And today, Just as she has Sams, assisted by associate Participants were Elder C.J,
at Meharry Medical College, done since early childhood, she I ministers, and the deacons,will Williams, Mrs. A. Bailey,Mrs.
.her medical alma mater. conduct the services. G.WlUlams, Mr, Bailey, Mrs.
This medic's tory Is one of Sine 1954 Dr. Brown, a } Other activities Include the G. Williams, Mrs Ruby Mitchell I
fortitude, persistence, deter member of the American College Sunday School 9:30. The morning Robert Field, Mrs. Gloria
mlnaUon and will power.This Is of Surgeons, In addition to worhslp begins at 11 am. Williams Minister David
not a ClnderalU story. It Is a continuing her private medical I The Baptist Training Union will Brown, [rs. Mamie Dossie
story of a woman who, from a practice has been professor ot be held at 445.: The Prayer Elder Carries, Mrs. Essie M. I
child, felt that talents come clinical surgery at Meharry .. i of Faith Hour will be held at Smith, Henry Griffin Mrs. _
from God, and if cultivated, Medical College, chief of surgery I, I 7 p.m. on Tuesday. The Sunday Mary Franklin, Rev. CJ. Wil
will redound to the honor of at Riverside Memorial Hos- school officers and teach liams. Rev. Solomon C.Waterford Is the new pastor of Henry Gordon
God. pital and attending surgeonat : ers' council will be Friday at Evangelist Anderson, MI.Z10D AE Church, Wilson and West 21st. The minister comes
Through constant hard work, both Hubbard and General / / ., 7 pm. AME, Mrs. Kate Allbritton, from the Greater Qorida Conference. His presiding elder Is
sacrifice and dll Brown hubs' Hospitals Nashville ., "- .. .. : James Brown, Mrs. Eartha Rev. AJl.Richardson. He is a graduate the Benjamin FLee
come chief surgeon in a large She Is the first Negro woman I.. ,' Napoleon, Roy Cave,Mrs.Mary Theological, Seminary of Edwards College The new prelateis
hospital and a professor sur- o be appointed chief resident .' '" -.4: ) Mrs. Cohen Perry Mrs. Mary Jane Bailey, presently attending the Luther Rice Seminary All are
ery. in pneralsurpfJl.DanAmerl- .... .. Gives Concert Eliza Long, Sons of Joy,Johnny Invited to the services to meet the new minister The motto
Inspiration and help came from can hospital and she is the first Pearl Smith, Mrs Shirley Par- of the Uiurch to "The Church With A Divine Purpose.."
many books. While she worked Negro woman to be elected to I "1- '. .' Mrs Rosetta Cohen will appear nell, Mrs. Clara Brown, Mrs.
as a maid for two years after the Tennessee Legislature, reports .. .. ., ,,; Jessie Mae Polk, Ruby Mitchell
SundayDe-
quitting school at H,Dr.Brown TOGETHER M tho !; ..'\- .;. ;. .... i to a program .Barbara Spratling, Thelma Allen Chapel
e .. 1 In MemoriamIn
;b.. ; eemberJ at the Church of God
read avidly almost all of the dist general-interest magazine ........ _- ... ..... '" Copeland, Roy Christian, Thomas "
number of volumes which The Chrlstltn Aid Society No.l held the last meeting of the United at 3:30: p.m. The public Lane
:
large for families that goes into almost timbetn Jrt rrw, Has Communion Sad but loving memory of
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year at the home of Deacon and Mrs. W.B. Mitchell 1459 W. Is Invited. Mother L.M.
she found in her employer's three-quarters of a million Deacon Dicks, Mrs HessleKenchlo our Mother, Mrs Gertrude
borne in Troy 14U:. Members shown to the pictue are: Mrs. Julia Austin Sutton Is sponsor Elser R.
homes Brown-Holtwho
monthly. Miss Yvonne Prince passed
She saved $:oerny that time. Dr. Brown has an adopted secretary; Mrs. Fannie Harper, treasurer; Mrs. Geneva Bak- Grace is pastor. Gospel ,Airs, Miss Mary Alice, Allen Chapel AYE church will December 4, 1963. Your sainted away-
er, Mrs. Dtola Nesbett, Mrs Rosa Lee Mitchell Deacon Fowler be the scene of Holy Communion
This enabled her to finish high with
daughter, Lola, 10. Johnson, Mrs Altermease Bally memory lingers us.
school to 1937. While she went Members not shown are Mrs. lOll Davis, president; Rev. and others. at both major services Sunday, Signed Mr. and Mrs William
to school.she was sheltered to 0. Davis, captain; Deacon Levi Daniels, chaplain; Mody Bryant Rev. W. L. Jones according to the newly appointed J.Cross and Children Mrs, Lena -
the home of a poor elderly St. luke Baptist business manager. The Society presented gifts to the pastor Rev J.C.Bannerman. Brown Daughter,Nancy Mae,
couple. sick members Many friends were present. Speaks Sunday The love feast will be observed Friends.
Again she took a Job as a Club Meets Sunday FLORIDA STAR PHOTO By: Bob Smith November 30. All weekly meetings -
maid to earn money for col- Tie Rev W.L. Jones will deliver are held
lege. Then a churchwoman 'Bt. Luke Baptist's. District No.I the messages at First Choir UnionScheduled ;;
BUY U.S.
learning of her ambition, obtained meets Sunday with Mr. and C. A. Festivities Cofliith Baptist at both services FIGHT :1
a scholarship for her at Mrs. Moses, Armstread Is Sunday. The evening worship SAYING BONDS
Methodist-related/ Bennett College leader andtbe Rev MJ.Trowell begins at 6:45. Sunday School For .
in Greensboro, Nor t h Is pastor. wr begins at 9:30 a,m.

Carolina. Mt. Sinai MeetThe
Having exhausted her savings Elect.
.
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The 7th Hour
St. Matthews.
the then Miss Brown worked for .
two years as an inspector to an
ordance depot where she man Chapter Meets Prayer BandThe Friendly Westslde Chlors Earl M.Johnson

aged to put aside $2,000 toward Sl Matthews Chapter.143.OESW 7th hour Prayer Band Union will meet at the Mt. Siam %wa+ .

her medical education. ,will hold !the monthly meeting,II i 'presented a Spiritual Love Baptist church, 1551 Lee,
She received her M J>. degree Tuesday, December 5, at 7 p.m. Feast on November 26 at the January 28 at 2:30: pjn.
from Meharry Medical College at 913 Jefferaon. All members'are a home of Mrs WMurray,1489 Other services are announced
to 1948 and set up private eipecte to be present and Grothe. Rev. Almeda Featherswas here Sunday school begins at
practice to Nashville en time. Chrstmas will be observed the principal speaker Many 9:30 with Mrs. Willie Lucas 1 Democratic NomineeI
The story of Dr. Brown's remarkable after the Lady were guests to, charge Deacon AW.WUklns
meeting.
struggle to turn her Marie Smother is Worthy Ma- revle*' the lesson topic The I am deeply' humble and grateful for the
dream into a successful tron.' morning worship begins at tremendous vote of confidence in me onNov.
manltarlaa career is told Inthe Metroplitan ClubThe 11 a.m. "What God Requires 7,1967.1 I need continued iiipport
December issue TOGETHER of Man," Is the topic to be dis your
magazine, which salutes her MeetThe cussed. The devotional service and your vote again in the general electionon
Deaconess Club
as an "Unusual Methodist." Metropolitan Mrs Edith Jones of presented Ml-, precedes'the morning worsiup. Dec. 5, 1967-city Council Group S-
Dr. Brown told the editors City Wide Deaconesses'Union Senior Chior No. 1 Male Chorus -. at large.
Sinai to of
a evening songs recently -
that she believes "that Just as will meet Thursday at and Usher Board No. 1 will
t 4 The Rev. J,H. Floyd pnd -1*Ae.
God gives each one of us special 3 p.m. at Mt Olive Primitive frtf the serve
talents, so does He givens Baptist church, Fourth and brought message.
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our dreams to make us,a- Myrtle.

SISTER BESSIE r 1 t 1 .
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JRER r.ANDLE'W111f EVERY READING ? ;


Abe will read your entire life--past,present and | DOUBLE DRESSER -
'future. She asks ro Questions but will tell you A .
'what you want to know, giving date and tets of 4r'
business, love, health and family sf;lrs. Will
FRAMED
help you find lost art. TELL yon whom you wW j MIRROR
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marry and wileD If the ooe you love Is true, wbat Ito studenty '.J" .. .
do'to be successful.Will reunite the separated,[ Central Academy are seen enjoying the luscious
locate absent friends and relatives, and cause I Thanksgiving dinner which to an annual affair. to the other', PANEL BED r-
happiness between man and, wife. Make up I picture members are preparing Thanksgiving baskets
lover's quarrels. Tells if slcknessor bad luck is i

!natural enemlnes, evil Influence and bad luck. Does not tell: 'Bishop L. Scott Allen Holds' .
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to please yon but will t till the truth One visit will repay you for] r
disappointments to all others. I not only read your life like Sp:;,
I, open book but 1 also help yon put of your TROUBLES. Come; Two-Day Meet At Simpson ME
and see why you are so unhappy, when everything; seems to g o, $159.
"wrong. WHY be sad and downhearted,sick and worried whwyptf Bishop L.Scott Allen, resident bishop of the Gulf Coast Areaof
can be helped and everything made clear by consulting THIS.GIFTED the Methodist Church, was a guest to the city recently and
: MEDIUM! Everybody welcome. NO MAIL ..WERID.I held a two-day session at Simpson Memorial Methodist Church, _
make no house calls. Don't mistake the address, SISTER Kings Road and Cleveland The Rev. S$. Robinson Jr.. was
BESSIE Is located north of Callahan on CJJ. lit 1/2 mile from host pastor. _
City of CALLAHAN Florida. Phone 179-2250. The sessions opened Wednes- tog of the St. Paul Methodist:
WATCH FOR HER SIGN IN FRONT OF ROUSE day morning After business a: parsonage Laurell..The urged EASY TERMS
Across the Street from SPORTSMAN MOTEL; worship service was held, with, continuance of peaceful reinlions. -
Open daily I a.m. to-10 p.m., including Sunday special music presented by a, They concluded"We also NO CARRYING CHARGES
,jTKs CIJPPJNQ ENTITLES.YOU,TO A.IJ READING: for: 12 choir of 100 voices, composedof call better all human citizens relations.to work"toward.
members of Methodist mus-'. tta
leal groups. Carter T. Lewis
'directed the group. At the or-,
WRITE 1 WRHC TODAY ,gan and piano were: Mrs. Mae, f.: X11"

Pope Spearing and Mrs.Loret-\ ,
ta D. Williams. The sermon

Win 525.00' For. Your Church was,delivered district superintendent by; Dr. W.CDobI'bins of! .<

Cut out the below and the Tuskene District of the; i .,. ,
coupon i. ... .' ..

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Box 2467, Jacksonville, Fla. '

PHONE: '3891111IlKSTRUCTIONS. ___,_I_'_' ,

: The WRHC "Mall Box" will attempt to"get; BISHOP L. SCOTT ALLEN

'14 answer to any question you may have on any subject, Suchas ,' .

schools',. rents, taxes, city and.county. ; government and sot __, ___, "-. ".

Write your questions below and mad at once. Your question First Born _
and the answer, along with your name and address will be'
broadcast from time to time on WRHC, so please print your Gorgeous American Walnut Veneer!_
'name and address. Write as often as you like and listen.IQ"" REV.ZROBUSON Church ..HasAnniversary Rich Nordic Brown Finish!
lour answer on WRHC,1400 on;yout radio, your total community Central Alabama conference
Oft the air U hours a day. ; 'BishopWen' spoke enthusiastically Handsome Modem Design!

'For the best question each week,4urlng this mailing Radii of the work done. Adjustable Plate Class Mirrors] ro ..
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Station WRHC will award $25.00. to the church of your choice Following the close of the Exclusive Recessed w pw* '
MY QUESTION: frjHEASE session the cabinet and guests' The 19(7 Annual Assembly of Drawer Pulls! a

t, were escorted, by the host: the First born Church of the Fully'DustproofDwesser and Chest! ;
pastor to the social rooms of Living God will be held at the Smoothglide Drawers! '

the church for refreshements Temple, S25 West Monroe, beginning Full Dovetail Drawer Construction
and fellowship Tuesday, December 5, !
The district superintendents at I p.m.. The Pre-assembly Hand-rubbed Finish, Baked-On,
representing the. Central Ala- weeepe program will be fea Highly Resistant To Heat and Liquids!
b a m a Florida, Mississippi, tured. Mrs. Irma Kelly will HIGH STYLE LOW PRICE! BROAD AT ADAMS'ACE
PRINT serve as mistress of
Upper Mississippi and the North ceremonIes -
MY NAME: B J Carollnt.-VJrrJ.nJa Conferencesadapted ,
-- The assembly will officiallyopen
a resolution con* '
ADDRESS Is I tog recent violence in the Mate Wednesday, December 6,
Jmy question Judged best, please send$25.00 to the churchJjECrtJCAMEA of Mississippi These leaders, at 1 p.m. and will continue
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choice, which II tinder the leadership of Bishop through December 10. The public -., ; : I
., Allen resolved against arson to Is Invited Elder A. Wills
the Methodist Church to host pastor. Eoshcp Shingles f .
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SATURDAY DECEMBER, W7 STAR PAPERS PACE S


-I 30,000 Delegates, Vistors, Spark Churches Of God In Christ Meet !, JI'u Olive! ct ;E. I


"a..a .,aw. ..

President Johnson Gives Palatka NewsPalatka Church Of God Singer Thrills Free Masons Plan. Williams Club

; Big Anniversary' The
Rev has
1' '- BJ.Wllliams
is proud of a unique integrated, institution, which G 'OWT n 1111 Washington Lodge No., 186MWUCL ,been reappolnted to the pastorate
MEMPHB TENN. A record 30,000 delegates and visitors serves our community and Putnam and adjoining counties. We $ Free and Accepted of Mt. Olive A.MJ.Cburchfor
from throughout the United States! and several foreign are proud of Us founders. That Institution Is the J & R Maternity MY'1,41 rr.Y Masons, of Florida and Jurisdiction anothe r year. The assignment -
countries -
attended the 60th Annual HolyCmvocatiaoaftM Churches and Nursing Home, 1700 Napoleon Street. The founders T 'nF Inc., PHA will celebrate wu made by the E.C.Hat-
of Cod In Christ at Mason Memorial Temple The convocation are. pioneers.. Mrs. Julia White and Mrs Rochelle Dumas. the nineteenth anniversary doer, bishop at the close: of the
WU dedicated u a "tiring Tribute" to the late Bishop Successful people seem to have and girls Mrs. Vlnclel Thom at Mt. don Hope Bap annual Conference of the East
Charles Harrison Mason, founder of the Churces of Con In one thing In common, faith in plies Coach, are BOW completing tist church on Sunday, December Jacksonville District. This II
the twelfth
-DlfR" themselves. Then, there Is the schedules for the fan 10, at t p.m. The'. Revs year appointment
The convocation was highlighted vocation was a pilgrimage to will to help others. These attitudes season. This year an of CX Jl.Simpson Is pastor. for Rev Williams at Mt. Ole
by official greetings NTS Junior College In Lexington brought about the establishment home games will be played at Chairman are Eugene Sawyer' The regular order service r''
from President Lydon B. John Miss., bnapproxlmately of the home. It Is Booker Auditorium. programs; John MWhlte, Jr, will prevail Sunday. The pastor I
son and Vice President Hubert officials and de a comfortable Institution for The Band Parents met to make advertisements and sponsors, will be heard at 1100 A.M. and
H. Humphrey,a presentations legates witness the dedicationof many aged persons who would partial reports on the band uniforms Lewis E.Cherry, recording 7.00 p.m. Music by the BJ.
of special awards to Mrs a new building named In honor Dot otherwise have places to drive. Contest winners. Norrls Jones is Worthy Master Williams Chorus. The Junior
Usher Board
Christine Ray Davis of Washington of the late Bishop Mason live. will be &DIIOIIIICedlatel'. will serve
D.C. staff director of and the late Mrs Lillian B. This r-.J:7 home might be said also, Several of the C.A. teachers Sunday School at 930 a.m.
the House Committee on Cover- Coffey. Mrs. Coffey was head ,1't and patrons attended the FAMU- Faith Temples" Paul The Owens Parent superintendent Youth
ment Operations, and Attorney of the Women's Department Texas Southern football game Organisation
J.O.Patterson Memphis City: of the Cburcb: and oganlser of In Tampa. will meet at 5.00 p.m. All
Councilman, and son of Bishop the Women's International Con James Moore, C.A. coach,has First AnnualFaith members are urged to be pre-
tention. Mason and the late 11.1'.. sent on time. Miss Rosemary
JAPatterson, general secretary been invited by the FAMU alumni
of the church. Lillian B.Coffey. Mrs Coffeywas association to meet with Temple's First Anniversary Baldwin president.
ID a letter address to the Coo- bead of the Women's Department all former FAMU AU-Ameri- will be observed Sunday at The newest club in the churchis
vocation President Johnson declared of the Church or- can football players to In ter- 1635 East 21st. the B.J.WW1ama club It
; "It Is a profound pleasure ganiser of the Women's Con view at the Ornage Blossom Sunday School will begin at 10 Queen was organised by the reigning
Mrs. Mattie
to sent warm greeting to vention. Classic on December g. 1967 a.m., with Junior Deacon Vere-: CambeU.
all who are attending the 60th Founder's Day featured an address In Miami, Florida. en presiding. The mornlngwor-
Annaul Convocation of the Churches by BlshgCHBrewerofConnecticut This review will be a part of eI ship will start at 11.JO a.m.The
of Cod In Christ. who took his text the halt-U ne show of the football speaker for the morning service Silver Airs .
"As you enter your seventh from the cnventlon theme: game between FAMU- .- will be Elder A. Sermon, of Ga.:
decade of service to God and "Not By Might Nor By Ponrfl..I. GrambllnK. This will be on Refreshments will be served Give ProgramThe
your fellow man, you can take TV from New York Baltimore The hugh Church of God Convocation recently in Memphis the close of the services The
Justifiable pride In what yon Philadelphia, Washington, Boston heard one of the greatest gospel singers of the times, Mrs. YPWW will open at 6 p.m.wlth Silver Airs Gospel Singers
have achieved Yet, I know that WILLIS HANHNS and Atlanta. Renfro Sapp of Oklahoma City.: Mrs. Sapp sang several times Junior Deacon Gegglns presiding. will appear! in a program Sunday -
mU1tyalto, as sense of deep to be tile "new life" of some of The school family received a during the weelt.IOIII.meet. W and W Photo? Memphis. Evening services will begin at the African United Ch
ed by all of us the residents. Many mothers progress report on John HalL, at 7 p.m. The public is Invited. urch. Mrs. Bertha Belle Is
who know how much remains to have found great comfort here. C.A. 1955 from General Electronic Elder Amos Darting pastor. sponsor.Open'Til ,
be done before our world becomes The home opened its doors Neutron Devices Department -
what the good Lord in In June of 1952 in the old Os- St. Petersburg
tended to be, good home, 1120 Emmett. The Hall Is working In electro- io ;
"Your six decades of service home remained there to Jun- chemistry.: He is very valuable p.m. Every %ht "Til Christmas

and devotion assure us all that nary ef I9M, but, with a need to his department He Is* B.S.
the Church: of God In Christ for larger quarters the two graduate of Florida AIM
remains a rock to which we founders changed to anew location University and has done work
may all repair In these trying 1700 Napoleon, the pre- toward his masters degree at:
times. 1 sent address the University of Florida.
"May the Lord continue to These illustrious ladles pre- Hall also attended Antloch College i 3
guide you In your work so that pared themselves for the task Yellow Springs Ohio.Hall Days Only. Christmas
you may light the path fo r us ahead. Julia, a graduate of Is the son of Mr.and Mr .Clar-
all." Central Academy,class of 19)1, ence Hall, Sr., 619 North sixth Sears
Vice President Humphrey, In completed a post graduate Street, Palatka.
a telegram to the Convocation, course from the Post Graduate
stated; "Never lefor in American School of Nursing In Chicago.A .1 Record SALE !
History has the cause refresher course followed the OUT OF HOSPITAL r ?
of human rights been so close FAMU school: of Nursing.Com
to the hearts and thinking of .munity activities Include membership Miss Carlean Belton, senior,
tens of millions of our people.We In Shiloh Baptist and Booker T. Vreen,custodian
have made mighty strides .Church, membership in the have been released from the
toward fullest equality for all DR.AREHIAMALLEBY---. Twentieth Century Club, tilt hospital In Gainesville where Famous Artists-Stereo Albums
the Chirldren of Cod. We have Twenty-filth Division of the both have been confined for
a long way to go In order to enable but by my Spirit, salth the Lord :Nurses Association, and totreasuryship some time. Jtvjeny Christina
every clUien: ,young and old of Host." The Founder's Day. 01. the Sigma Willie McKInnon, former custodian -
of every race, creed and color Memorial service was called Polios o) Sigma Gamma Rho. at C X high Is reportedto ryt"'r 'tltl I
to enjoy blessings promised bu to order by Bishop Leroy An- Rochelle also a graduate of be seriously ill In the J.
dersonofNew York City Central Academv. mLIsllke- Wills Memorial Hospital in Your Choice 88
\ to enjoy blessings promised by Bishop Patterson was muter
. the Declaration of Independenceand of ceremonies. Bishop B.C.
the United States Constitution. Bennet, of Gary lad., Nation Regular $3.47 Each
To these ends, I plede .al Flanclal: Secretary '
continued efforts "To delegates The record-breaking attendance f
my .
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and friends of the 60th forced convocation officials 1 "
I Iij. : :$ .,
Annual Convocation of the Churches to hold outdoor serviceson Ei';: ; ;;: I .

of God In Christ, I con. several occasions. Mason
vey my best wishes for fruitful : Temple was overflowing for
and memorable sessions.". the special Founder's Day service
Mis. Davis received a plaque and another 9.000! delegates Just Say "CHARGE: IT" on Sears Revoking Charge Account
r In recognition of her outstanding visitors attended an out. wise a graduate: of the Chicago Gainesville.
contributions and for raising door service conducted by Bishop School of'Nursing. This lady The seventh grade science: w IJ .' !I"'< ,.
the Louis H.Ford of Chicago has also taken a refresher class: of the high school: vents ... I II;,
through her "exemplaryp Bishop L.C.Page of Los Angeles course She Is a member of the a field trip to the Palatka Fire I e ra ear t un Choose From These FimouiArtiits
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lie and private life." delivered the principal Calvary Baptist Church. Mem Department. At the department
Attorney Patterson, one of the message for the outdoor morning bership Is also held In the Sigma firemen Barrel Llghtfoot and Rf''vt'I j '
first Negroes to be elected a service.Presentations. Gamma Philos. Rochelle Chief Perry explained\ the various ,, *S"' Andy Williams Jim .. Beach Boy/
City: Councilman In Memphis to Mrs. Davis is president of the Women's equipment used on the American -' p=' :u::.. Trnnr ee Ernie Ford Chet Atkins ,Mitch Miller

was presented one of two Bishop and other special guests were Service League.We La France fire truck.' = Ray Conniff Ventures Bert Ksepfert
C.H.Mason Golden Jubilee made on civic and Public re- do hope that other boys and ''The firemen demonstrated and '"'" Robert Goulet Ken Griffin :Mantovani
Bibles presented during the tattoos and Elder EJkPorter, girls will follow In the footstepsof explained the fire alarm system -'e Al flirt Bing Crosby'' Henry Mancini
convocation. The second went Assistant Director presided pioneers like these. Sociologists of the Putnam County area.The Lawrence Welk John Gary Como
to President Johnson and was Other special guest for Civic maintain that the good group Included 46 students.The Ferry
accepted by Mrs. Davis. Making and. PuSlic Relations night Included guys outnumber the '*and that tour was part of a unit on fire Elvis Preilcy ..Harry Simmons Choral.
the presentation of the Bibles Attorney J.O.Patterson, the large majority: of that group prevention and control Adam Avulible In Frrnindini, Arlington and Downtown ii
o n behalf of the entire Jr., Attorney O.T.Wells of New' known u toe younger general BosUck: Is the Instructor:
i convocation. The second went York City, noted crlml.Dallaw. made up of upstanding young
I to "President Johnson and was yer; Jesse Turner vice presldnet people. JOHN GARYCHRISTMAS =
k Conovatlon, were Bishop Louis of the TrlOState Bank and Bye Mrs. R. M. Dwnas ALUMNI VISIT
Henry Ford International IX- vice president of the Shelby .
recto of Public Relations, and County Quarterly Court, and Central Academy High students -
Bishop Dewltt Burton, of Bar- promlndnt NAACP leader and home for the Thanksgiving ALBUM i tC19lI5TMA5
I risburg, Pa. presiding bishopof Mrs. Cornelia M. Crenshaw CENTRAL ACADEMY holidays were: Harriette Sermon -
Eastern Pennsylvania. public representatives of Top HIGHLIGHTS JI Are, Sermon, Nastra-
I Another highlight of the Con Value Enterprise Memphis letla Battles, Cynthia Asia,
Among the visitors Palatka Florencla Mills, Carol A, a-
over the weekend was John good, Loqutla Brewer, Harold
Kerby C.A., 1955. He Is now a Brewer, of Bethune-Cookman
Howell vocational: coordinator In the College and Joe Edwards,
f Funeral : .Georgia educational system. Southern; Arthur Sermon, Sidney

The Central .Academy High Scott,Paula Roberts,FAMU
school band took part In the and many others.Ruth Benjamin
Annual Palatka Christmas Par of Bethune Cookman Collegewas
: Home i ade. at home also. Joyce Divine
'f The band also took part In tie: American Business College.
'dedication services of th. alas Leon Carey was down from SILENT NIGHT

5S79 Raid Dew grounds FAMU.
Hoicriel' Fred R. Brooks principal: of

i I C.A., was in Tampa last weekat f ANDY LAWRENCE WELKrtlMANDlM
the Big 9 North Football Con
24 liar Anbflaica Service
Terence He was elected vice-
rObitury I
president of the body.
At the meet, Babes of Jacksonville -
was declared Conference ....,."......,.. /
Servian All'FaithsCownlwl Champion and also ,
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State Champion of the FIAA. )
Howard of Ocala was declared

LocatidiAipfo mner-vp. ,1::;:> :
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Abram Alexander was called .
I .away because. of the Illness of
,. .. Alexander, who was admitted .I
, S 'to the hospital for emergency ; I
treatment la Hollywood
Florida
Miss AJ1. wmingham was c. wrlr.
the winner of the grand prize \ .

Pirkiig Facilities a television set, given by Palatka ,It-; ..JERNF4y1NE (." \
merchants.' .
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The Animal Thanksgiving ( l;

165-6664 76S-2054 dents l dinner at CX was enjoyed / > .
by all Every class Ia'tbf I.f':. '. I IW'
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school participated. M r i. ___
: Corene Battles Mrs. Arnell
lewis J. Howell l.F.D.. Fell, Mrs Ifella Savage Mrs. ; BONNER COOK
Qneea le Alltn and Miss Ines
Service With Beaofbrdi! : cafeteria"Staff are Funeral services tat Mrs.
Uadersfaidiig: Ernestine Bonner Cook were;
',to be commended held October SO 1967 at I P.1IIo1Ia 8110P AT HEARS 1 OOYNT01l'N ARLINGTON CHEK-N COVE SMPfCS
Sears 300 ,
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NEWS t .. fr ii fi Aa ,fUfl'fQf/ON, By WHITNEY M. YOUNQ JR.

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Published by the Florida Star Publishing Company s
A recent article In the Wall Street Journal reported that some

t of the brightest college students are turning their backs on

e MEMBER tl Efj careers in industry.! The feeling amongthese top students it that
.t Just Interested in making profits and couldn't
care lessabout building better world.

TIONAL.[ They are no longer asking how much money they can make
NEGRO P ItM. They now want to know bow they canput their brains and energies -

to use in solving America's social problems. The report
found that those companies which are Involved in social action

programs have the easiest time of recruiting the best students.One .

ERIC 0. SIMPSON -- Miniiil Editor t t 'j company spokesman said that: "Our In-1
,volvement In and
muck liberal
has made it easier to attract arts

HILDA WOOTEN --. Cireilitin Miiifir graduates."Uut othe'f companies are having
their troubles. When a Uavard student asked
a company executive what his concern was doing RI

for Negroes, the man said thattwoNegro elevator -
4-6712
Phil Elfii
2323 UTonerief Road operators bad Just been hired. "That company -

doesn't stand too highly with students to
Miiliil Address put it mildly," said a Harvard dean.
This Is the kind of news that has to make businessmen sit
P.O. Bn 599 llttsiiilllt. Florida 32201 up and take notice. They have to understand that if they want

to attract top people they will have to offer work that Is challenging

MIAMI OFFICE and important Ant! they have to understand that unless

the deep problems of the cities are solved, their own business
Phone 751-3879 interests will suffer.
Ironically, many of them do take part in progressive pro

SUBSCRIPTION RATES PHYSICIAN DR.DONALD CATCH BEAUFORT COUNTY SAID grams. Many run Job Corps camps have Job training and
THE
Half Year $5.00 INASINGLE youth incentive programs, take part in citizens like
One Year, $8.00 -_ HE KNEW OF EIGHT NEGRO CHILDREN INCLUDING THREE groups
Mailed to You Anywhere in the United States WHO DIED AND OTHER PARASITES IN HIS the Urban Coalition and have special programs to hire and
FAMILY
I
OPPEWORMS train minority workers.To .
v group _
in advance IK": FIVE YEARS AGO.
Subscription payable AREA REHES
OF take Just one example, the Ford Motor Company recently
HAD DIED
Send Check or Money Order to: l WEIGHT WHITE CHILDREN BEAUFORT COUNTY LONG AGO went into the ghettos of Detroit to hire 6,500 workers through
t WOULD HAVE BEEN DONE
FLORIDA STAR P.O. BOX 599 U I PARASITES SOMETHING TREATMENT PROGRAM IS BEGINNING UNDER THE local poverty centers Instead of hiring halls;And they did away
Tacksonville l Florida V :A DR. CATCH SAID. A HE SAID.: with the biased tests which usually freeze out Negro workers
HEALTH
SPONSORSHIP THE STATE BOARD OF ,
( But companies Just don't their
4\CaS many get message across A
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public opinion poll asked whether any corporations ace active

In the poverty program Although many are active in it, only
Special Problem Approach, ELIMINATION BY STARVATION..? about one out of every seven people questioned knew about It.

Obviously business la having trouble getting its story across
some businesses spend millions of dollars in advertising,
For Some Negro Colleges ------m but try to keep their good deeds a secret, even though they

would probably off better recruitment well
pay as as custo-

There is considerable truth in the argument 1 1I mer Interest and loyalty.

that Negro schools should be the recipients r I iieicT1 Spreading the word about their social action programs and
hiring practices could also influence other companies to take
of special treatment. This is true another look at what they are doing

because it is a fact that predominantly New Some corporate presidents are on a lot of Important civic

gro schools have not been getting, nor do 1 committees working for change and they have put out very

they now. eaual facilities, services, and I HOROSCOPE GUIDE impressive rules about company hiring practices But when
you go down the ladder a few notches you find that their own
research opportunities.This plant managers and middle management executives pay no
point of view was aired recently by attention to them If companies are serious about changing

Dr. A.A. Abraham director of testing ser- : By PABLO The. ASTROLOGER I their ways they've got to make sure that everyone down to

vices, Florida A&M universityin Tallahassee;! the receptionists personnel and the line forjnen know about

Of course, Whitney Young of the National It.
I II Too many other companies aren't willing to
Urban League propounded this idea several tI WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR They still fight programs to improve the lot change of Negroes even now.and

years ago. It was his argument that special I other minorities, discriminate in their higlng and promotion

treatment would be necessary in order that and In general act as If they lived a century ago

Negro students could catch up with their, I But they are a growing exception to the current trend in

white counterparts who had been blessed I, BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL j American business. Few elements in American life have're
sponded to the
challenge of out urban crisis so well as the lop
with generous educational resources. leadership in the business community. .

White educational officials seem to for- ,a They know they have to do this because their businesses

get how they discriminated against Negro 1----------------..- --------------._- depend on a healthy social and economic climate. They also
pupils for years and years. They haven't know that they have aduty to be responsible corporate citizens
AlliS CANCER LIBRA'BORN CAPRICORN playing a constructive role in their communities If
'forgot, for they are no fools. They purposely they don't
they are but
DlC. nothing economic parasites.
'don' t want to remember the facts SEPT. BORN
MARCH2MWU BORN JUNE :
In higher state education in Florida for 60RH .22" IAN 19tk

quite- some time, 'Negro' professors' salaries, '19tk. md f Jut Y 22ndYou 23rd OCT. 23rdIt's Don't expect all of your plansto .
,
, have been computed on the basis of the enrollment have good chance to Improve never too early to start work out well today. There The Urban League StoryBy
The New moou helps wow writing your greeting cards, will be problems pertaining to
of FAMU. Whoever heard of such a and your popularity and toSome
light on current problems especially to fra away-places, health matters, dependents, or CLANZEL BROWN, JR.
silly criteria for saiary paymentThe situation aids uou In getting help to deal gain In other may today. and to wrap up presents and get pets. Try to arrange social
The of your gifts be Just the Our articles in the last few weeks have been on the Housing
is an indictment, against educational with Important projects. them mailed. And with a New plans. Events may saddle you
diflfultles things that you have been want-- situation that we have in Jacksonville- Duval County In these
current -
leadership in Florida, aided and''abetted by way out of some Moon ushering in this month, with some business affairs or
easily be found lag There is special emphasis articles we have discussed number of Programs that we feel
mar other at this
responsibilities
sanctionof
receive
the Florida Legislature, and supported by today. Don't be rash indlsclos- upon Income from your occupation you planetary character. Do time. You win recognition by our community should Involve Itself In.
an auspicious
other factors as well. tog plans or evidential mat ties with friends or large not over look the poslblllty your ability to cope with cur- Most of these Programs rely on the Federal Government

It is no wonder that some of the FAMU stu- ters. The moon Is your sign organizations. Seek support for of extracting a raise or promotion rent matters There Is an emphasis In this article we would like to discuss a Program theta designed
of goals early. Watch P.M.spend- to attract Private Enterprise in the construction of low-
a furthering your
dents exaggerated the situation somewhat by encourages when the quality of upon occ'japstlonaldevelbasis -
views and interests; you can ing. There is need to check up your development income housing units and rehabllltalon of Urban Slums and
get skills Is such as to warrant upon occupational
saying for 'every building FSU getswe seclre favor and attention from on expenses and to acold activities Ghettos.

a new parking lot. helps A show of"leadership with acquaintances which making to uour be bid While you appear in" duties. Don't, parental expect too or other much This Program as is being presented to Congress by Senator
entirely Justified
of it all simply emphasizes can disrupt your budget. The Robert Kennedy Is designed to not only deal with
The irony helps This is a good time t looking out after yourseld and from your social life Surprising -
" ,bold. wilful discrimination) in many areas of make progress with new ventures evening should be quite socia your interest only the greatest news may develop by to- the problems of housing, but, also create Jobs

; higher education in Florida.. and to gain support for ble. Be deliberate and cautious. of tact and dlsplomacy of the night. You are entering a very and promote education, adequate police pro-
chance to
Welcome any pursue tection and recreational facilities
long range programs Be in active where I
highest order must be relied period your so-
touch with intelligent inspiring private Interests to keep out The Bill is designed toencourageapartnership
call life and ties with friends
to obtain the desired II
SOME MEN MUST FIND THEMSELVESIt friends now. Then Is an of the limelight and rest. .upon. re.ults. are concerned. Special attention between the Federal Government and Private

emphasis upon personal money 6.80.33.1$ 888 to career Income and accounts Enterprise in the construction rehabilitationof
must be comforting to learn that a man affairs. You have a chance to LEO 9- BO68 19 -624 is recommended. low-income housing units in large cities. U

has at last, found himself, especially when secure worthwhile barglns if SCORPIO 6-f0.44.13.674': will only be used in Urban poverty areas and

his associates have complained he wont you art in a purchasing mood. BORN'JULV23rdAUG. AQUARIUS cases Jacksonville certainly quallfys in both these

'amount to much. A man on the verge of fail 6., $o-3i-i8-tes BORN OCT Only low-income families would qualify as tenants.If the ren-

ure often finds himself. TAURUS 22id 24th -. NOY. 22nd BORN IAN: tal is less than 18% of a families Income, the family would not

! Permit us to mention people who late The New Moon makes this qualify. That means that a unit renting for (100.00 month

,i achieve'doutstanding success, when at; first .BORN APRIl an Important day and month by Take both a partners stand fcfforts!; to get exerted back 20tfc FEB. 18U could not be occupied by a family earning more than $8,600,00

l they seemed doomed to failure. where social life and ties with You can look forward to some .a year. If a vacancy problem developed, however, HUD could
together and to rebuild their
" 20tk MAY 20th friends are concerned. Care- benefits through your mate or waive this rule. Should tenants Income rise, he could remain -
James Watt, inventor of the steam engine, lives on a more solid basis, In
of the unit
There may be dlsu acting people fully study complex business others where finances and cur- by paying more rent When the rent become -
was often the victim of his classmates' are to be favored rather than more than 15% of income
,I or events around your home news or problems. Welcomea rent expenses are concerned. the rent would be raised
attitudes that drive them furthera
.1 jokes at school. office or locale. Don't trust midday chance to be sociable part. Coocess'' 1l1 of an eco- Be wary of emotional problems to a level which represented 18% of Income. Assume for
James with like to meet tonight. There should be example that a family earning $6,600.00 occupied a unit
Russell Lowell was suspended from Iud too far In dealing with Important people you or ,nomic nature may have to be some
some new Individuals Be wary Interesting news or Ideas help- renting for $100.00 a month. The families Income rises to
Howard University for matters. A change of
'complete indolence. made by either or both This,
trend helps advance later of those who can put you ful to your pocketbook today, $8,600.00 the rent is Increased to $130.00 a month The ex-
you
George Eliot learned to read with greatdifficultyand personal seems necessary from the security tra $30.00 a month would
and home affairs You under undue strain.Endeavor to your evening program may be be placed in a tax abatement fund.
she demonstrated no evidenceof maintain and to standpoint as well Most disrupted Tenants would participate in the Management of
i seem lucky id securing support your privacy Taureans have to be especially by some Indisposition housing
brilliance in her catch with work on A through House Management Corporation. These would be
youth. for plans or distant In- up any personal reserved and attentive In their your part very active -
funded
Charles Darwin could never learn a foreign terests. It may have an unexpected or problems which need atten- professional relationships to and busy period pertaining separtly. These Corporations would qualify for funds
chance to further tins There Is a desire for rest to byslness affairs, parental 01 other Government Agencies such as: Labor Department,Health
language your the
prevent formation of -
pet projects creative and and seclusion P.M.Your best power others where your duties and interests Education and Welatare and office of Economic Opportunity.
Sir Isaac Newton next the lowest in dramatic ful animosities. Some of you are A borne
to
was Management
interests by afternoon Inters are served by keeping are concerned Try tt Corporation could, after eight years,
,
suited to the role of
his clats. He failed in geometry because he people seek you help and advice out of the limelight and taking especially the power behind the throne,and be very self reliant to but sell the the Project; the Bill offers Inducements for the owner

did not "work" his problems the way the tonight. It may not be easy' care of confidential or private you should accept It whenever 7.. 90 tl -18 -722 Through these Corporation.
book said they should be worked. for you to enjoy the libertyyou matters Do nothing to arouse it is offered. mote in Corporations the the people would b able to pro-
want at this time. Jealousy or enmity PISCES programs areas of Jobs education and health and
Napoleon: was mumber 42 in his class at 7.30.99.18:013; 8.208316550SAGITTARIUS: welfare and citizenship education.

'schoolBut no one knows 'the names of a sin- 9-50-M-15-9W VIRGO BORN FEB. The construction of these units would In Its' self create

gle one of the 41 members of his class who GEMINI Jobs. This la encouraged by the Programs and attempts to

ranked above him. BORN AUG. 'BORN NOV. 19ti ,MAR. 2QI. income make a tt realistic approach to the problems. For It there is no

Thomas E. Edison hone day' BORN MAY Take bow. The d1Wp ones doesn't make any difference how many units made
was sent one 23rd DEC. 21st available the tenants can't pay the rent
HtA-j'SEPT 22id
who have reachrd station
a high
from'school with a'note from the teaclfer' Lets hope that the Congress gives favorable
21st JUNE 21st There win be welcome events Wisdom is rare It takes more la life through their own to Senator Kennedy Bill consideration
stating that he was such -punce) that he and thatLarge
$ efforts take their bows Companies like Ford,
can now
Be watchful by midday which help boost than Just the accumulation d IBM, and General Motors
could never be expected to learn .anything. very regarding Yon to be beM Interested and finance the I
any financial involvement with your prestige or authority in years to acquire wisdom although seem u qualified Program. This could be a real
approach to J
Hardly anyone remembers t the name of thisteache'r friends or social or cooperation -' your circle. Friends may keep they do help la some In- to lead u you once were to ville- Duval County the City that we as its citizens making Jackson- A
want It to
but they cannot help but remember from others now. Be alert you quite busy during late evening stances. If you have any difficulties serve. But the competition will. be.
Edison because of bis'workwith for original and hours. Acquaintances and maintaining the properrelaticsshipe also set Its traps for you making
electricity.We ways means
of strengthening alliances and congenial social organisations In your home and It essential to maintain vigilance THIS WEEK IN NEGRO ,HISTORY
must not be too quick to judge people; and to behave In a
,
dealing with marital or other life and affairs You should public associations, do not look way
, because they often have talents they themselves aggravate rather than settle Power can be very heady Bennett college and Methodist minister
ire unaware. for checking op on accounts.Be get ahead Give careful attention died.
extremely wary now ehn borrowing to improving and budgetIng them. There are signs that an and It must be wielded with Dec. 4. 1833- First convention of the National Anti-Slavery
old friends who can suggest restraint and dUeretloo.: Take Sally held In Philadelphia
or lending; fry to follow career income. You win
a conservative coarse in financial be meeting SOlD interesting new them should be given the opportunity all this in consideration and adopt Dec. S, 1955- The first mass meeting out of which was bon

dealings with others. Expect acquaintances, but watch out to get the two parties Inc a program of activity that the Montgomery (Ala.)boycott movement, was
MAKE YOUR will rather than tarnish
VOTE brighten
little from friends This :xor social expenses: Behind the dispute to come together and held.
day may bring surprise eventsor scenes events and confidentialties thresh out their dirrerences.A your prestige. There are Dec. I. 1849- John M. Langston, acting president Howard

DEC. 5I conditions which dlstupt become prominent In your professional counselor wfte add1t1onaI frlfljl'flMfnu that you University, Washington, D.C. from I873-7Swas
COUNT also establish
the basis
plans private affairs There affaris.' It Is good time to take can serve you Just u well may may graduated from Oberlin college Ohio.
.Is a chance to gain through your care neglected workand personal do for lack: of anyonw else to for a solid economy through'constructive Dec. 6, 19U- Huddle Ledbetter. king of the 12-ctrlnged guitar -

mate or other by PX79088n035 .problems. whom yon could turn. thinking and pra- died .

I '1.80-44.- IS- 932 9...10 -11& it au. ttces.. ..10. U.1t .1'15'J Dec. ., 1337- Wentell Phillips Joins antt-slavery'movement

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2% cupe (about) Baker'a H pound walnut,chopped The monotaony of the little nothing, shitty, sexless evening il ..
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V4 pound candied cherries, t tewpoon vanilla This Is A Mast Edwardian shirtwaist, ;
cut(about 1 cup) ',:Why not all of them? BE Ks; : : ;
Mix together coconut, fruits, nut, and W cup of the flour. --- -[ ta Hart one sight IDa slink of ) : .... ;. : II.
Cream butter, gradually. add augar. Cream: together thoroughly.Add a dress romanticallyvelTet ) All .. I
at time, beating well after each. Sift together '
eggs one a .!;
the next men a clear.
wrapped :: '
remaining I flour the baking powder and ult. Add to creamed I Iw'
mixture Blending thoroughly. Add vanilla. Blend in fruit mixture. eyed ringleted heorlne straight / .. .- _
Line bottom of one 10.inch tube pan and one 9x5-inch loaf pan from the Edwardian era. Jut
with heavy brown paper Spoon batter into pan to 1 inch from sew your uwnl
top Place tube pan in 375* oven and bake 1'Total *. Then increase You'll find that you cin duplicate
heat to 300 and bake 1 hour longer. ( baking time
2"A hour*.) Put loaf pan in oven V4 hour later than tube pan. the great looks created i ii
(Total baking time I 2 hour.) Decorate,if dnired. Makes 7 pound 'by the designers at a tweeny.traction r P
of cake. of what they cost. Solo
started best- 1 /' :
looking dreulsg of your rr f

; r: I.W. HARPER life.Sewing with whet presents
oo hazards if you remember
this ..."Inc tip from Singer 1h
experts Although It doesn't look -
ffJF The only Bourbon nappy, velvet Is a napped fabric ,
and must be handled u ip
enjoyed in neb. That means that all pat >' ,
tern pieces must be placed on
; 110 countries! the right side of the fabric. all J I
rbiinlng In the same direction.! h ,
You'll need extra fabric to do I
that, since you can't Just maneo- M
05 400 vet pieces to fit In any old .
acqu 1 bPtoiiE.ir4w way And bare the pile running .K15e
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up and down you can men bow > '
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No young lady can afforti 6e finger lengthwise on the velvet ,
without\ this cagey Uttk If it feels smooth and looks .
\ 795 645 swinger. McCalTs Pattern requires light and shiny, the pile Is. o pp
(. a sheer nylon and silk brushed down.
fabric and a rayon and acetate So sharpen np your skills and
crepe. The slip isbeautlful.Fora get started '. lUll;
strictly tailored look the ,time. Happy holiday sewing .i
dress is presented In heavier '" -
M MOOf ITIAIGKT UIHUCKV i.. Photo is of Beautiful and beautiful ladles A Perfect Combina stone to stress the return ct tne waistline What marvelous ';
itu! tai fIU"Y. turn tltllUIH! co. UUItVIUl If. l fabric. courtesy gowns to look for 1 You'll
way holiday doings find the fabricsat
has with two unique
McCall's Patterns tion. The Singer Company presented us
outfits both of which can be created from Singer Patterns many Singer Centers.the patterns, too. (Skirt, Simplicity
American Designers has brought back this charming Edwardian 7132 shirt Vogue 7228)). Aren't you glad you sew?What couldbe
t' DOllAR look for evening, a look you can duplicate yourself at a tiny more feminine, more real woman than the slink and shim
"YOUR mer of this Mata Karl look/ Pal blue,
paisley brocade, traced
fraction of the cost. Here, a sweep of garnet velvet IDa full
dirndl skirt is parted with a heavy satin shirt, pinging low at with sliver pours fluidly down the body from a low-cut halter
BUYS MORE the throat neckllnekeenly conscious of the feminine shape beneath A
caught by a smashing rhinestone button..Girdled
1 Pauline Trlgere design McCall's Pattern 1010. At many Singer,
dramatical wide, emerald green satin, buckled in rhlnlr
Centers
where you'll find the fabric, too.
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I cup Blsqulckft
cup milk c"w
I tablespoon soft butter
i v+ a ra I Iea.
large tomato (
I slices cooked turkey
I slices process American :
cheese
.
Heat oven to 450, Lightly
grease a baking sheet. With '
fork mix Blsqulck and milk to
Sj
4 stiff dough. Beat vigorously 30itrokes
On lightly floured Id er
cloth-covered board, knead 8 v
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tangle, lire Inches Place dough ..
on prepared baking sheet.
Spread with butter. Bake Itmlnutea

,. Slice tomato Into I
...... slices, Cut hot biscuit bread Into 1. ..- ....
Lemon Cheese Tarts prove bow mixes and convenience foods 8 rectangles Top each rectangle
tan be enhanced with wine. The tart Hung Is a pudding mix with si lee of tomato, PORK STEAKS or chops: barbecured Chinese-style, give a hint of adventure to an outdoor
flavored with California Sherry. The sauce of frozen turkey and cheese Set oven meal. They also have the advantage of being an exciting change any time of the year and;can.
berries and Port shows rasp control at broil and/or 550' be prepared indoors as well as outdoors. The testy sauce doubles as a marinade and a basting
off to
advantage over the top of the Broil sandwiches 8 Inches from
tarts, but If s a nice surprise to find there is more of It under heat about a minutes or until medium.
the filling as well. An accompanying glass of California Port

make the dessert even more enjoyable. Economy Casserole For Family Fare Ultra-Fancy Holiday DessertYou're .,.av Cva".a Ca. -

Flavor Your Food With Wine Add Homo soul to jour menu I>Y Ktrvlng CrnrHInK Drnntt
bound to have happier holidays if your hostess chores with lunch or dinner! The IWCNI fmtlurnit horn |III easy to
are done well I before the partying bruin' |>"rttmre.| It comb I now' cracklings (or crisp bacon) with corn
And Here' an ultra-fancy Holiday dessert Idea that you can make wool', flour and Curim'lon evaporated milk There taro
Enjoy A New ExperienceFlavoring and with later. It's fl'f'f"8ble-and It's easy
now enjoy everyone many other UHUM for evaporate milk. It makes ftnupn, nndamlnauceM
as pie. In tact It is pie-a deliciously! different"TofTee Ice Cream
velvety nmooth ud meet loaves* Juicy. It whip
food with wine gets an extra amount of respectand Pie and Sauce"
ihiFfon dnniierUi and
like for In
chocoUte-coveml Toffee give junl cream ecu whipped
Chopped bits of English candy
enjoyment from those who haven't yet learned how easy It this elegant treat a not-too"sweet crunchiness that adds alwU lout It coats much lens than errant lino It for
Is. For Instance, Lemon Cheese Tarts, a dessert with a slight real ting to the party ice cream. creaming your coffee be,. It lirlnR nut the full rich flavorof
English accent, can be made in minutes using an American. The candy bars art crisp and easy to work with You simply coffee Innti-ul of miiMktn It,
made pudding mix and California Sherry. Yet it tastes like an chop them into little bits with a sharp knife Sprinkle most of CRACKLING BREAD
expensive pastry. '4 the candy bits on top of the pie, layer others into the pie, and (Mike 16 squares)
1 stir the rest In the topping sauce The sauce also makes a fine Ice ,
'This recipe Is a very reward- soon for its enjoyment Just cream sundae topping. It will stay fresh under refrigeration ai M pound pork fat back,* I leaspon'asit
Ing Initiation Into the world of before bedtime. It promotes long as you like. slivered r I en, slightly beaten
relaxation and restful sleep. l-Vi yellow com meal % (small )
can
wine cookery, for several reasons. TOFFEE 1C:E (:REAM TIE AND SAUCE cups 1 cup
SmSn known as ''halfbottles" M sifted all-purpose Carnation evaporated
bottles cup
For small investment of
a p 17 to 18 vanilla or brown edge 1 cup evaporated milk flour milk
time and money, it yields spec- or "tenths", hold a- wafers undiluted
taculary results. But, It also bout 12 ounces enough flavor 1/2 gallon vanilla Ice cream 1/4 cup butter or margarine 3 tsaaponn baking Vi cup water
for a half dozen Lemon Cheese 1 'cup chopped Heath English 1/4 cup light corn syrup powder _
offers a good get-acquainted opportunity. Tarts and to serve three or fouras toffee barf dash of salt In a heavy nklltol or saucepan render out drippings

beverage too. An average 1.1/2 cups sugar from fat link Remove the cracklings from the drippings
Two desert wines, Sherry and and drain on lowoU reMerve drlpplngx. Sift together -
of sherry Port is paper
serving or and sides of buttered 9-inch with wafers. .
Port used In the recipe. Line bottom pie pan '
are ; earn meal gr, baking powder and nail Into mixing
two or three ounces. A fifth Ire into wafer shell, sprinkling 1/2 cup of thechnped
Both are produced abuotly In the most usual size To create: meal that Is nutritious, tasty and low-cost Isproblem a Spoon toffee cream between layers of ice cream Store pin in freezer bowl. Mix toR ". egg, evaporated| milk, water and !Yt oup
'
California, are readily avail bottle all us fare one time or other what's the bent way until serving:! time. Prepare toffee sundae sauce by combining uf the resorvod drlppln n* Stir Into corn meal mixture with
holds about 28 ounces and offers to tackle the problem .. with a main dish casserole, that's howl boil the enough to moisten dry In.
able all over the country and sugar, milk, butter or margarine, syrup and calf Bring to a cracklings, stirring just
can, be purchased In small or an even better opportunityto ham Ham and-Noodle makes Casserole nutritious takes and advantage of yesterdays' baked over low heat) boll I minute. Remove from heat and stir in remaining gredient Turn Into groaned and floured 9or S-Inch
meal addition
with the
discover pi way wine enhances a tasty i chopped toffee and cool, attiring occasionally. Serve equate linking pan Hake In 425: hot) oven 15 to 20 mln-
advantage of noodle mushrooms
size bottles and
,
regular an some special flavor boosters Buttermilk :
Yield I one 9-Inch pie ((6 to 8 servings) Into 10 and
for a cautious first- food. Is the secret to the slightly tangy flavor of the casserole sauce.over pie wedges I sates or until bread teHtrt done Cut squares
LEMON CHEESE TARTS and 2 1/2 cups sauce hit
timer. Simply use buttermilk to prepare the cream sauce and notice serve
new flavor excitement. If, of course, you don't have commercial
Both Port and Sherry keep Raspberry .Port Sauce buttermilk available at the moment, you tan make! your own In
will after opening. They maybe, 5 6 baked tart shells (3 or a jiffy For each cup of buttermilk desired, add i tablespoon
or
stored on the kitchen shelf, vinegar or lemon juice plus enough*eet milk to"make 1 cup:; -f
without refrigeration, for used Inches diameter) A combination of buttered carrots and celery makes a colorful \
1(3-5/8 ox.)package lemon fla- vegetable accompaniment lo round out the meal, plan to serve
In flavoring many other dishes vored pudding and pie filling a to *ell green naiad, hot rolls and butter, date-nut torte and a *" d
and they can be served easily 1/2 tall glass of milk for each member of the family ,
cup sugar
as afternoon or evening re- 2 tablespoons California dry Ilmn-Noodle Caw-rote {

freshment.The 1/2 cup chopped onion I oc,) noodles, ,
Sherry
Sherry used In this recipe 1 beaten 1/2 cup butter,divided cooed; and drained MAR TCErs
should( be either the "dry"or egg 1/3 cup flour 2 cups cubed cooked ham .
a medium Sherry. Eitherone 1(3 02) package cream cheese 1 teaspoon salt 1 can ((4 01) sliced mushrooms j
softened 1 teaspoon paprika 4 drops hot pepper sauce
makes ajurjr pleasant be- 1-2/3 cups water 2 cups buttermilk: 1/2 cup fine corn lake crumbs
for dinner bevekage poured 1 tablespoon lemon Juice 1 cup milk Quantity EDGEWOOD-AVC. B. STORE

right from thT"Bottle ui decanter lemon rind Sauti onion In 1/3 cup butter until tender, not brown Blend Rights : '6 P.M.
1/2 A.M. TO
Into small galsses. (V j teaspoon grated in flour, salt and paprika, Stir In buttermilk and milk, Cook and Bwrt! OPEN SUNDAY 9
may also be served over ice stir I until sauce is smooth and thickened I Add noodles, ham: ,
cubes perhaps with a twist of Prepare and cool RaspberryPort mushrooms and hot pepper sauce; stir Pour Into shallow 2-quart
Sauce. Bake and cool tart raecerole.Melt remaining butter; add crumbs and blend. Sprinkle -
lemon. shells. Combine pudding and crumbs around edge of casserole Bake In moderate oven JIi
The Port Is most often served 350 about, 25 minutes or until hot and bubbly. Makes 6 to eserving SUGAR CUREDPICNIC
between or after meals. Being pie fiillng.sugar, Sherry, egg ,,
and water in saucepan.Cook and Ml
fairly sweet, It is most suitable
stir over moderate heat until
for serving with or after 39c
dessert. For Port has mixture boils and thickens.Cover APPLE PAN BREAD LB.mm .
: years
and cool S\ minutes Add
GeeD popular as a late .
evenmgdriDt. cream cheese, lemon juice! and 1 cup sifted regular all.pur. S cups Kellogg Rabin Bran
Recent research has
lemon rind and beat smootn with pose Hour % cup milk m
shown that there is good rea- .
S-i/t teaspoons baking powder 1
rotary beater. Cool to luke- egg .
warm. Spoon a little RasberryPort Vt teaspoon Wit y cup Mn shortening I'

R'liite Cloth sauce in bottom of each / cup sugar t. .
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With Yule Runner !tart shell; spoon in lemon- y cup sugar yt teaspoon cinnamon .
cheese filling. When cool and
add touch of Yuletide t cups thinly sliced, pared apples ;
Want to a ready to serve, spoon the ad- SHORTENING :
brightness to your heirloom table dltiona 1 rasberry sauce over Sift together flour.L baking powder lilt and sugar Combine LB.39o
linens Spread a colorful holly leaf top. Rabin Bran !Simllk. Add egg and hortentlnB.. beat well Add
or other seasonal print runner over silted *7 &,STh stirring only until combined Spread In CAN
your white tablecloth during the greased x pan. 'I ,,
Christmas holidays. Raspberry-Port Sauce: Com Mix together sugar and cinnamon Dip apple slices In sugar
Keep In mind that food italni bine 1 00 oz.) package frown mixture: arrange on top of batter. Sprinkle any remaining

come out more readily if you "..potclean" raspberries, 1/3 cup California H8FMl5oy, !! minutes.apple slices Cut. Bake In moderately hot oven
them with soap or detergent Port,1 tablespoon corn- from the oven Into squares and serve warn PILLSBURY
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suds before they "set" Into the starch and pinch salt gently.Remove Yield: servings 2 4 Inches square. I .

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New,Cigarette Has Northwestern, Supremes'On Air December 3-CBS-TV Florida Memorial. College

Will Hear Governor Spire

Peelable PackagesMIAMI Student Gets
MIAMI Republican Govenor TJlgnew Maryland, will make
Nov.27--Anewextra- his first public appearance In Florida at the Deauville hotel,
long filter cigarette that comet Many AwardsAlfred Miami Beach on December 11, when he will address over
In a package from which the 'r, 1000 persons at a dinner honoring former United States Se-
name can be removed Is being Gatson, Jr., 17, Northwestern naotr Harry P, Cain who now resides the Gold Coastcommunity
introduced in Florida this week., ; Student prery, wants to .
The new brand, called Century become an electronics en- The dinner is sponsored by Tn accepting u guest speaker,
IOC's is made by P. LorlUard itneer. the Florida Memorial College, Govenor Agnew stated that the
Company Alfred won the Electronics 111 the 75 year old, predominantly' opportunity to assist in the development
Ben Castro field sales manager Certificate of Scholastic ,, Negro Baptist related four year of higher educationfor
explained here that the Achievement last year and .' liberal arts college, which is those who are deprived is
Cengury name is printed on the hopes to attend FAMU and do I relocating to Miami from St.Augustine. "an opportunity which I would
cellophane wrapper Instead of graduate work at Florida State The new campus is not want to miss"
the package itself and tome University l4 ; : DOW under construction and One of the youngest govenorsin
off when a pack is opened. The electronics award is only .. **> l \ classes will open in Sept,1968. the nation, Gov. Agnew age
..It vollates classic precepts one of his accomplishments. ,... A member of the college advisory 48, surprised the nation when be
of cigarette packaging,"Castro Gabon was named for this .,. : board Senator Cain has was elected in a predominantly
said, "but our intention Is to year's scholastic achievement \ '.Jf.tt1 been the promary impetus in Democatlc State. An additional
highlight the product Instead of award, received the Student A- Ml1 1.i1 helping relocated Florida Memorial surprise is the fact that beheld
ward in Industrial Arts in965 : ,1: Hyft\
the name/ and the "Cain Hall" In only one other elective
The package for Century 100' and was presented with the the administration building will office prior to becoming gov-
Is almost like a stylish case, Brotherhood Citation by the I', Jj! 'W. be named after him. ernor and that was County Executive -
according to Castro. Thin black Youth Intercultural Society the .H..i of Baltimore County.
strips are slanted across a silver same year.Alfred t' '- f: / FAMU Battles The recipientofhonoraryDoc
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gray, line-weave background looks to his future, tor of Laws degree from the
with out brand indenti- taking college preparatorycourses J toe University of Maryland and
fication or "advertising of and studying at least ... \\t : G rambling, Here Morgan State college, Govenor
any kind on the pack face, he six hours a day. But study ing Is. -" .. Agnew Is the son of an immigrant
said. not his only accupation. He is '"', 't" J
ITe, Lorillard official said a secretary! of the Sunday School "4-'a..; 'I' t On December' 2 restaurant owner, and be.
Greek to
fA1fltii is the first ever as
full-scale advertising campaign and a member of the youth choir ,, ;.t. of
the office of
1 jf MIAMI Fla. sume govenor
-Vacationing
to. the new brand will open at New Hope Baptist Cburch.and ., .. .
state.
In Florida in December cover- likes dancing and sports in his I .. sports fans can enjoy a good any
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football Senator Harry P. Cain is re'
I game, exciting pre-
Ing major newspapers, radio spare time. .I .,. game and half-time shows and Downed for his leadership the
tithe
and television. He son of Mr. and Mrs
.HIM,1Supremes "Cain Mutiny" when be was a
Tj l sun-filled week-end when
Lorlllard, one of the nation's West Hill, 1329 NW 70thStreet ..' ... .. r
Florida AIM members of the United States
Rattlers
meet
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leading producers cigarettesand : .
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)_. ,.L... .11:1.: ... 'h Grambllng College of Louisianain Senate (Q946-52) and lashed out ,
othr tobacco also UJ. -
products, BUY r. ;:
makes Kent, True, Newportand i Cindy Btrdcour. Diana Ross and Mary Wilson, Among their' topnofch l numbers are t':Where Did Our Lt- the 35th Orange Blossom aralnsL'' \I
Old Gold Sating Bonds are caught harmonizing with Ernie Ford during a rehearsal Co/"' "Baby Love", "Come See About Me, and "You can't Classic Dec. 2 in the City of "McCarthylsm" when it was i
for the Ernie Ford Special on CBS-TV. This wonderful group Hurry Love."--Russwurm Feature Photo Miami Orange Bowl. rampant in the country.
has sold more than 7,000,000 records In less than two years Gram bUng, selected by the In the 1964 presidential campaign -
I r- ( P,1 cmmm.s: Utll, IS 4 7,000,000 Records By host Rattlers, holds a six-wins be helped organize the I
one loss record for the season, Florida Citizens for Johnsonand
AUTO INSURANCE SERVICE 15% DO W"SHELL'S Orange Bowl Fashion Show and FAMU has matched this. Humphrey Committee,

CITY f.""" ._) f rambling; twice has been the which helped elect the Democratic
N.w.7rA AVE. a Std aT.L ,Singers Have Had No candidates.
Will Highlight Social Season guest in this popular classic,
a-' _:..IaJI.UIIUI: which has crow from 2,000 Senator Cain has become an
Opening on Miami Beach's Flamingo park courts Dec.22 Affect On PersonalityAn spectators 35 years ago, to influential memner of the Dade
will be the Orange Bowl Junior Tennis Championships with 45,000 last year.GramblJngdefeated County community and besides
young net stars from more than 30 nations competing. Among the Rattlers on one of assisting in the buildlngV anew '
Your professional beautician these 18-year-old-and-under players will be found many who singing group having seven million-seller records in these occasions $10,000,000, campus for
in short time will be their in Davis less than a two-year period certainly deserves the title of Florida Memorial he
the answer a representing countries The fabulous "Marching 100" College,
knows .
Cup play Individual and team matches will continue through "number on," and that's just what Diana Ross and the Su- of FAMU will take over the field Is active with the Florida Tra-
Jan. 2 in the tennis tourneys.On premes have managed to accomplished.Their with their "death-cadence, vel Council, Florida's Chari-

December 28 will be the tweeD the NFL and AFL champions renditions of "Where Individually, The Supremeshave high-stepping, fast-moving table Solicitation Advisory .
Orange Bowl Fashion show and Did Our Love Go," "Baby diversified and captivating mations that have been copied Committee, National Committee ,
the Junior Orange Bowl paradeand Another evening of fun and fro Love," "Come See About Me," Interests. Diana's chief hobby by many bands throughout the for the Support of Public
the following night the lic Is scheduled Jan. S when "Stop In The Name of Love," Is fashion designing. In the ear country. schools, Chamber Commerce
Orange Bowl Coronation ball. the annual fire pageant is held "Back In My Arms Again," ly stages of their careers, she Theme for this year's Classicis tithe Americas and the Federal
'The.King Orange Jamboree in the bowl mis will presenta "I Hear A Symphony"and"You designed: and frequently made "FAMU Expo '67 Got Grand Jury for the Southern-
with its miles of floats, marching review of the floats plus a Can't Hurry Love" each solda the trio's costumes. Now, all Rattlers, Got," and organizations District Florida .
Why does some hair bands and bathing beauties giant display of fireworks. million or more copies and of their gowns are specifically business and clubs_of !the: It is expected that Govenor
will be held the evening of The cake under all this fros- scored to the tops of record designed for them by leading community have been invited to Agnew will make a: major ad-
when combing? December before before hundreds ting includes all the winter entertainment charts. couturiers "1M I still get In participate in the big Classic dress on United States foreign ;
off
break of thousands of live spec- .-night clubs, con- Yet, despite the fact that the there with a needle and thread Day Parade. policy and mires!problems
tators and a television audience cert, theater, horse racing, jal Supremes are Indisputably topsin once in a while," quips Diana. William J. Stirrup 1* parade of the .nation i
across the land of millions alai greyhound racing, swim their field when it comes to Mary is an unseaslng reader, mars'ialL
Your hair is precious and delicate ,and none of us like to see The Orange Bowl game will ming, fishing, golf and sunshine fame and money, their astronomical enjoy cooking and picks up I
it break off for any reason. Scientists tell us that excessive use be played New Year's nightIn that vacationers come here to success hasn't left them foreign languages easily. On
of hot combs and over-processing of hair with chemicals often, the big stadium landscaped enjoy. smothered In egos and drifting the groups international tours, ENTERTAINMENTHUES I
are major causes of brittleness resulting In hair breakage. But]; with palms, followed by the No, Virginia, it won't be awhile along on clounds of conceit.In Mary has endeared herself to
hair that Is naturally curly and tangles easily frequently breaks NFL runner-up playoff Jan. 1 Christmas, but all the fact, Diana Ross, Mary fans in many countries by addressing /
off In everyday combing Notice how irritated your scalp becomes and the Super Bowl Jan. 14.be- colors of the rainbow. Wilson and Cindy Blrdsonghave them in their native & CRIES
when you comb In contrast to the way your beautician does I retained a humbleness which languages.
hair mats and is refreshln and are quick to is writer In
Your professional beautician knows that curly I'HOJ4E OX I 4S4 fHOHt OX 1-OKIA Cindy the cone NiGRO
PRESS [INTERNATIONAL
tangles so easily that it should be softened before combing. recall their less-than bourgeois the group and, when time per- By
Otherwise unnecessary irritation to the scalp and damage to LIVIN mviei Pen TN. uvl,." backgrounds.Diana mits also takes piano lessons

the shaft and ends of the hair occurs. To achieve this needed RANGE FUNERAL and Mary, the original and bowls "When Pm home
HOME REVERSES STAND
softening and a temporary relaxing effect that prevents break members of the group, came in Camden,"
on all human hair (including wigs), most beauticians rely 0727 N. W 17TH AVCNUC from a ghetto-type section of in Camden," she says, "I get .
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age !
BERLIN N PI he had vowed
)) before
Brewster Pro- -Although never preform -
call the
rinse. For combingease Detroit the chance to another
M pursue
creme ATMALU .
Hair-So-New'
Clairol" spray-on RANGE N .
PATRICK RANGE
on '
and for beautifying your hair in many Other ways, trained ewN" Bu., M" "N"."HrUNMM. jects and as Diana points out, hobby: cooking. I'm the oldest a German; audience, Sammy Davis, Jr., a convert to Judaism
beauticians stock a complete family of fine Clairol products for .'."0...... ...UN"..... BIXOTOMWIG "people with money Just don't at nine children, seven whom recently gave a benefit performance for an AID to Israel
needs. come from there, and many still live at home, and feeding organization, and explained his reversal this way: "..J found

your Visit specific your expert hairdresser who cares about your hair care Announcing The Grand Opening Of of the Motown people come them is both fun and a challenge that I wasnobetterahumanbelngthan those who practiced prejudice -
and bigotry against me."
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from similar backgrounds
and your comfort.: Whatever the nature of your hair problems, .
professional beautician knows the answer for sure. Q Cindy, the newest member of Any marriages in the near future -
only your JJallj BAND ENTERTAINSNEW
the boasts a like orgin.
? Wilson
Courte>yofCIlrotlne, funt, I group Mary was recently
e Clairol Inc.1967 She halls from a nearly identi-
dating Ronnie Eckstlne (son of
Wiglets & YORK -.(NPI)-The fast-paced, 124-member Alabama
FASHIONS than
,Wigs, cal neighborhood more crooner Billy Eckstlne) and is
State band is fans at
1,000 miles away in Camden currently being seen occasionally College marching entertaining halftime of
New Jersey with UCLA basketballstar the NBC-TV game between the professional New York Jets and
691-7661 Switches No Money & Diana and Mary began singing Mike Warren, but none Denver Broncos, Sunday, (Dec.3)). Directed by Thomas E.
together when they were both of the girls has any serious Lyle of Brlmlngham, the band-which specializes in precision
14. they were neighbors in Detroit marital plans.As marching at 340 steps per minute-4s show-cased a pageant
Down 1.25 Per Week went to the same church one of them put It recently titled "Mood Spectacular." t

-I and attended public schools to-- : "We've bad the dream of I
gospel singing and other inglng for so long and now EXPOSE
amateur functions, that their we're fulfilling It. We can only
voices blended well. This religious live one dream at a time." CHICAGO(NPT-"Fortune and Men's Eyes," a stark drama
c li III '.T. Grii.1Bepirtniit its "black world of the "
singing carried over Next week: A closer look at about prison life and homosexuals by
cwt'' > Sttna into RIB and pop tunes at Diana Ross; her thoughts on Canadian playwright John Herbert, had a successful midwest
E. toilet school parties and soon they money individuality! and extension premiere at the Hun House theatre recently. Based on the
tat experiences of the "brutalities" of prison life the
were performing in community of her career-- as a seri- author's ,
1 f'' Ilia II. l, FloriiiPhui centers Just for the fun of ous actress.Seeing. .play runs for, 20 weeks, through March 24, at Hull House.

377-3165 itIn
1960, during their senior Miami SELLOUTNEW
year in high school, the girls
auditioned for Berry Gordy,Jr. SPACE TRANSIT planetarium' YORK-((NPI>-The tremendous box office appeal of son-
Johnnie Ann's .who was at that time getting his At Museum of Science; "Are queen Ella Fitzgerald was specifically demonstrated last week
Motown Recording Company off We Alone," a program exploring when a concert in which she appeared with the Carson Trio at
the ground. life on other planets,Fridayat the Philharmonic Hall was completely sold out advance. The
Of course, at that time the 11 a.m., Z, 4,and I p.m.;Sat sellout included even an unusual arrangement of stage seats
1 'M'fake. Shopping Center girls weren't The Supremes. urday at 11 a.nu 1, 2:30: 4 and
Mah They were Just three excited 8 p.m.; Sunday at 1:30, 3, 4:30 SALUTE
M uthG r young girls who wanted more and 8 p.m. Program presentedin HOLLYWOOD((NPI>-Charles Even, Mississippi NAACP
than anything to sing. Gordy Spanish at 9 p.m. Wednesdays field secretary and brother of martyred Medgar Evers, was
told them to come after graduation. Monday through next Friday cited for his civil rights work In Dixie: at a $25-a-plate testimonial -
Mea of j 4 tlUMWMt arias i Ii j at 4 and 8 p.m. dinner recently. Among the 700-odd persons attending
The girls couldn't see at that were Mrs. Maria Cole, widow of the late singer, Nat "King"
2994 N.W. 46th St. time how they could possiblyget MUSEUM OF SCIENCE-At Cole' actors Barry Sullivan and Mrs. Gregory Peck, and singer -
through another year of 3280 S. Miami Ave. Open Nancy Wilson Singers Billy Denials and Carmen MoRse
'" school and teachers and bookd through Saturday, 9 am. to S entertained.

Groceries.Meals Vegetables before auditioning for Motown p.m. Sundays from 1 p.m. Observatory -
i again However,today when they atop museum open CO PA STAR
meet with eager teenagers who from S to S p.m. to 10 p.m.,
want to emulate The Supremes, Mondays. NEW YOR ( ) The Ray Charles Show-1961, with anexJttlng -

"Where, service begins end never MM/I" they echo Gordy words. pre-Thanksglving performance, took over the bandstand
VtZCAYJU-Palatlal:: of the famous Copacabana nightclub for a limited .
During that year of waiting, farmer engagement
Three locations to nerve you: BEER I mi TO (0 the girls wen given some work estate of James Deerlng-3251 ,The blind pianist-singer is billed u"the world's most exciting
7 with Motown as backgound sln- S. Miami: Ave. Admission musical}personality"
Then Gordy listened to
Miami Otlft PerrlM gers. and the rest at the .HETORUL MUSEUM/ o I '
,iosac" .... Free Dtliwr Pkon 634.9156 them risk at again sounding trite, id, his- SOUTH FLORIDA-CARIBBEAN Buy U. S. Savings Bends

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I :. ., Paine College Gets Gnat LBJ Commends Astro Gents Elect Officers I


Charm School


T For Efforts

I_ ps NEW YOO"-NPl-hesideDt"

err M Johnson's Council on Youth Opportunity -
ewaaaa1J \ bas praised the De-'
Vore CharmSchoot for its sponsorship -
of a siweekcharm pro
v [ akx gram designed to>> "develop outer -
r as well u Inner beauty."
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Ninety teenage young women
took part in the program which
: seeks to Instill in them positive -
A attitudes which will "en
IS"'r able them to achieve both academically -

and socially"
Miss Ophelia DeVore Is the
school's president and founder
The program, part of the sum
mer Academy of District 6,was
cosponsored by the New York
Board of Education of the
,NAACP Human Relations Council.
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IIi CITIES GET AID -The Astro Gents, aa active grog of men Interested la football and athletics, held their election
of officers recently. From left to right,they are: Joe Bailey, vice-president; Henry Rhlm, treasurer -
W ASHINGTON-NP1)-SIxty- ; Julius Bacon, president and Henry DanIel, secretary. I
i three cities have been named FLORIDA STAR PHOTO By: Bob Smith;
take part In the first phase of -
the model cities program. The Coal .
Miners
cities will share $311 million Block Power ci.'b; Ii r.IIN. If" h'.d
building and planning funds allocated -
Want Prison

CJ.Lamh (second from left). Athens Ca... marketing District It Aid to Education program. With other sections: d that pro-' cities to by receive Congress.the slum Among aid Terms ClippedHAZARD Leaders Hit !:
ram, Gulf will distribute about $2 million to institutions of are Denver; Washington; Atlanta -
for Gulf Oil
manager the Corporation, presents a check .
for $1,500 to S.B.Gandy, vice president of Paine College, Augusta 'gi.er learning and to students during 1967. Also pictured are, ; Chicago; Gary ; Bal- Ky.- our fprmer Army Draft .
I Georgia The money Is a departmental assistance grant f ,ra tail, Clydell Johnson, Gulf Sales Representatives; John timore; Boston; Newark; New coal miners have asked the BRAND NEW '
which will be used by Palm's Natural Sciences Department letterly, Paine College treasurer; RJtjlamato. Gulf Sales York; Portland, Ore.; and Seat- u.s. Court to suspend prison NASHVILLE, Term.--A Black .
Supervisor In Athens and Gulf Sales tie, Wishlnston. Power leader, Fred Brooks, 1968 VWSEDAN
It Is one of 95 such grants Gulf is distributing this year to selected ; R.M.Crosby, Represen- terms given them as a resultof
walked out of an armu Induction
tative, Athens. movement In the .
departments In as many universities and colleges under"Passing a picket
mountains four years ago. center last week, after blasting .
The men have a total of 28 SNCC for being "behind the'
The Back" Listed time." He refused to be drafted. I ,
"President""PRESIDENT children, of whom 23 live at
11 EDUCATION ROUNDUP I home Two of the children and He win go to Washington o r.testimony $176450DILIVWIO
f before a Senate,Investigating .
'
the mother-in-law of one of
I On Agenda Topic For Meet BY'NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONALAND .the men need constant care asa committee, to be U IN |SAX a
result of illnesses queried on last summer's riots. -2''.,.,.",_..lIf,of a- .
WASHINGTON-(NPI-City officials' Indifference Is expectedto The UjS. Supreme Court recently Brooks said black people are .
be blamed by the National Advisory Commission on Civil refused to review their too slow in their decisions.. They
Disorders for the disturbances which wracked the nation. last. NOW, ACTIONI! case. A bearing on their plea must be aggressive. '. .
summer. for mercy has been set for According to the news, sometime .
The report Is expected to put "conspiracy" for the summer CHICAGO-(NPI)-Schools Supt. James F. Redmond has decided November 24 In U.S. Court will be required for the CatlinGriffin-
primary emphasis on what city trouble. to back up hismuch-proclaimedlntegrationplanwith act- at Lexington, Ky. "army squeere. 'The draft .
officials can do about riots, Even FBI Director J. Edgar Ion. He has added five counselors at 95 per cent white Wash- The men were found guilty of board must declare him as de-
rather than action the federal Hoover could detect no nation- burne Trade School an effort to attract more black studentsto conspiring to blow up a rail- linquent. This declaration will ; .
government might take. wide organization of the riots. the institution The school, where every would-be trade apprentice road bridge in Glomwar Hollow be sent to the board in Washing '
Some observers regarded this The riot panel Is expected to must attend has largely been placed off-limits to Negroes In June, 1963. The bridge.was ton. Then, he must ba indict*! r r'. Volkswagen .
as a form of "passing the follow suit. by discriminatory union policies. Approval by a Joint not blown up and Is still by a grand jury Convicted, he. INC. .
buck" by the federal panel. But the Senate Investigations eY3f union-management committee Is requisite for attendance at the standing. might serve up to five years to '11150 U
Others hall the effort to move subcommittee, beaded by Sen. school, supported by public funds. prison for refusal to obey. EAST 8th ST.
anti-riot programs closer to Job L. McClellan (D.-Ark.) is Brooks headed the Nashville 354-9093 .Ij
home. looking into the riots in an effort EIGHTH PREXY Vote Dec. 5 Liberation School last summer.
The commission, set up by to see whether any "con- II "-.,. U RU
President Johnson to study the spiracy" was Involved. NASHVILLE-NPO-Fisk University's new president is James ;
causes of urban rioting, probably While not dismissing the possibility Raymond Lawson, a physicist,succeeding Dr.StephenJ.Wright,
will not blame any of a "conspiracy" altogether who has resigned to become president United Negro College Does Coca-Cola
riot panel officials Fund. Lawson the Institution's Interim administrative officer -
Los Angeles appeared to be more concerned FOR A DAY"of for the last 18 months, has been a professor physics and ...M.-Ne
about the actions of city of- the Cenessee(Mich.)County chairman of the department at Fisk since 1951.He Is the eighth
ficials. Medical society, at Its annual 'president of the 101-year-old university.bAD have the taste
BBS Drivers They have recommended that dinner meeting in Mott Child

seminars on slum needs and ren's Health Center, Flint, NEWS .
Want Guards riot prevention be organized Mich., recently, was 74yearold -
for the nation's mayors. City Dr. Jesse Leonldas Leach, EVANSTON UL-{NPI)-Northwestern University officials,' you never get tired of?
LOS ANGELES-Los Angeles department beads should Improve a Meharry Medical college alumnus fearful of student "segregation," have allowed a Negro fra-
bus drivers, last week, asked their service to slum (Class of "14). The occasion ternity to organize on campus-but only as a "social group."
for protection on their buses. dwellers and take action on honored Fr. Leach for The bad news given to Kappa Alpha PsI,the nation's largest Negro -
It seems that they are actually their complaints, according to his total of 53 years of serviceIn fraternity, meant that black students Northwestern would
afraid to drive down the streets panel officials.A the medical profession. Last be caught, as ever, in a bind between being allowed to organize Is it ?
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without police guards.A major goal of the commission March, he became the first Negro their own fraternity. always refreshing
late release revealed that report Is to offer suggestions to be elevated to the presi-
bus service might be terminated on bow to prevent a dency of the Michigan Academyof INJUNCTION
on November 27. "long hot summer" In 1968.Powell's General Practice. (NPI
The local Brotherhood of Rail- Photo) BLUEFIELD, W. Ya-{(NPI--An angered U.S. District Judge,
road Trainment, through Sidney L. Christie, immediately granted a temporary inJunc- Do things better
Kenneth Moore, general chair- Wife NAACP School tion requiring immediate reinstatement of 10 suspended Blue- go
man, made the complaint to field State college students when he learned that President Wendell -
local authorities. A bus driver C. Hardway had gone back on his word to allow the students'to
was shot In the arm by two Wins Judgment' Officials Split attend classes. The suspensions resulted from the students' with Coke

Negro youths recently, bringing participation In demonstrations protesting alleged discrimina- ...........
to a total of 355, cases of tory practices by the college administration NAACP lawyers
!
assault. ,SAN default JUAN Judgement,Peurto Rico-against( m.A A-- On BusingWAsHIIVGTONshould filed suit on behalf of the suspended students after Coke after Coke?

NAACP Fifteen ,dam Clayton Powell has been ( ANGERED
won by his estranged wife,Mrs. children be bused to achieve

Yvette Powell. school Integregatlon? WASHINGTON-(NPO-Black power militants have been angered -
Ceats-A-Day WillIe I According to her lawyer, Arthur School officials: and an NAACP by the selection of Dr. William R. Manning as schools
Newman, the judgementwas executive disagreed oa that superintendent. The militants had wanted Dr. Benjamin II, Ask assistant veterinarian Harold Murphy,let him tell you.
granted by the Superior question at a conference or Henley, acting superintendent since June to take over the school' Write Mr.Harold Murphy P.O.Bon 5390.Metropolitan Station Ld AnjeH Cilll 90055
Sure SellerNEW tribunal court because Powell school integration called b) system. But lame-duck scbool board,wbcb likely will be pqt, wrtlnNlA
failed to file an answer to Mrs, the UjS.CMl Rights Commission. out of office in six months when the first school board election:'
YORK-MI sometimes Powell's suit for separate .Is held, Ignored the opposition and named Dr.Manning, now the
takes an added gimmick to do a maintenance.In June\ Shagaloff NAACPeduca- school chief in Lansing, Mich., to the$26,000-a-year post. The ,
'selling Job" says Kivie Kaplan, her suit, Mrs. Powell asks tlon specialist called school election could support amilltantiyorientedboardthatmlghtput
president of the National As- $1,500 a month support for herself busing to some New England 'Dr. Henley! Into power, anyway.PERFECT .
''soclation for the Advancement and her son, Adamlclto, 5. communities "an evasion of
d Colored People, "and when meaningful reorganization of
I my friend, Martin Weiner d the schools of the cities them-
Toldeo, suggested literally Joint Negro selves." XMAS FOR
staking cans to collect NAACP But several educators from } Ny,
life memberships, I knew this Boston Hartford
Appeal Dinner To and bailed busIng -
idea could be a sure-fire sel- prograius that are sending FAMILY !& FRIENDSFULL
ler." slum children to suburnban sc-
Kaplan's remarks were In explanation Honor Dr. King bools.

of a new fund-rasing CHICAGO- NPQ-Cr. Martin The disagreement over busIng FAMILY LIVING COLOR OR
plan recently launched by the will be theguest typified the conference'slack .l
Jr.
of Luthur King BLACK and WHITE PICTURE
life membership department speaker and honored guest of agreement on civil rights
the Association enabling groups
at the llth annual dinner of Joint goals.
or individuals to "painlessly"collect PRICES INCLUDE ALL FAMILY
monies In can towards NegroWeal, Sunday\ Dec. 10,
life memberships. The major in the Sheraton-Chicago hotel.S. Vote Dec. 5 VM VM V Y9WFULL ) t
premise is that for Just 15$ a JNA, headed by George r
.day, one can start an investment LIVING BLACK I XL.
,toward Joining the "Honor
Guard" of the NAACP and within 'LOW COSTFace COLOR and WHITE .
toss than ten years, nave thetotal 9N

of $500.00 entitling b I m; Howe 11 1 110 3 1-10 | _
to life membership. Lifting Of Your 95 995 '. .,.....- 'NY'....NWW..NN...-nNNN,NN-11NM..I M IM NNNM NMY.
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,mailing cans, at no cost, to You know it. It's your best
which have expressed PRICE
branches Interest: In soliciting life memberships Ttwf,, 'C ryorts, Torches RECOLAR PRICES

method.! They through Include this unique N. w Dens Ari eieral Room J18.J5 S13.SO IW refreshment buy. \

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Eastern, Md.; Williamsbrlge, N. J;.

'membership::1'.; Method, N.C.committee, and the chairman life- We Will Finance Up To LIMITED TIME ONLY \ "

d the Ohio State Conference .
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this time, the .;: "
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I Snow At 76 Degrees? Florida Negro Prisoners JunRanoo Parade Will

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Are Denied Papers Says LDF Be Miami Saturday Hit

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NEW ORLEANS-NAACP LEGAL Defense and Education Fund. MIAMI, FLA<-The Orange Blossom Classic and Festival
.. be. Attorneys today asked the UjS.Court of Appeals here to Committee announced the Ankanoo Parade of Nassau, Bahamas -
permit Negro Florida prison Inoatw "to receive Negro newsDtoers wilt be one of the features of the Dec. t classic pre-.
and magazines.' came show at the Orange Bowl and parades Dec. I and t,
LSF attorneys argue that"de Beach Newspaper which be war In Miami. ,
nut of Negro publications to permitted to received because"It The Junkanoo Is a parade,held Street and proceed to Biscayne
ht, Negro prisoners while white never carried any news about each year In Nassau on Boxing Boulevard.
prisoner are permitted to receive Negroes except when arrested Day (Dec. 26)) and New Year's Not only win the parade tea.
white publlcatlos vlolaUs or when there was riot. Day, with a carnlcil atmosphere hire the fabulous "Marching
: the Hth Amendment" Prison officials moved to dismiss 'similar to Mardi Cra celebrations 100" and local high school
a h The case, on appeal from the earlier LDF petitions on in New Orleans. 'The' participants bands, but a special attraction
s r UJ8.District Court for the Middle pounds that "the magazines were orjlnal costumes of the genuine Junkanoo Parade
:, District of Florida, was and periodicals: sought Induce bead-pieces and masks from Nassau in their original
1 brought by Herman Jackson<< lack of security because they with any them that suit their costumes and native
/ w'n ." + Jr. an Inmate at Florida State Incite and stimulate In an unhealthy fancy. The native drum beat, beats. Fifteen out- of- town
Prison. Mr. Jackson testified manner. ranging from Calypso to Meringue ,bands, Including one from Mis
that "he would like to read LDF attorneys concluded in set the pace for march and sippl and one from Atlanta,will
ebony, sepia and the PITTSBURGH their brief to the Appeals Court dance steps. participate.FAMlTs .
COURIER because thes that: Dr. George Gore, president musical dlrectorDr.
\ publication contained articles "The record shows that the classic host college, Florida William PJoster, said "This
which cannon be found in prison's publication policy AIM said at
at w the University, a recent year will bring new arrangements -
d literature which 11 now permitted treats Negro harshly; that the luncheon at the EvergladesHotel and concepts, with emphasis
,II.. ..... to the prison population- policy was formulated with out tit the GrambUng Tigersare ,on music, on which we'
": ., one-hald of which is Negro conslderatlo of tile Interests "worthy opponents"for the have worked for over two years,
..,.... ,....... Mr. Jackson pleaded with prison of Negro Inmates; that Justification Rattlers with their distinguished .with four areas
--.. ___ =...:.-.1'.. .,'" ."'......... ...: ---- officials given for exclusion of dominating:
to permit him this 8-1 winning record this 0)) the highest caliber music
NASSAU BAHAMAS-An tight-foot: snowman on Bay Street, Year's bay-when prises are awarded to the revelers wearing;. literature, but all his requestswere Negro publications are unconvincing year. (2) eye movements, ((3)) pa-,.
I tbe temperature 76 decrees?Only durlngone of the twice the gayest, most original costumes. denied. ; and that reasonable The Grambllng College Tigers geantry and (4) dance routines
yea ly Junkanoo parades- Boxing Day (Dec. 26)) and New He criticized the West Palm alternatives to the present policy have been surpassed only by with the same precison and ct>-
exist. Respondent shouldbe Notra Dame University In supplying relation In ballet."
ordered to permit appelantand players to the pro teams, He also said "1be first (
other Negro Inmats similarly and FAMU is a close third. minutes fo the 7.45 p.m. pte-ours
1 situated to receive Negro Together, thes two schools have game pageant will feature the
newspapers and magazines. contributed more players to the Junkanoos from Nassau,follow
." pro ranks than any othrtwocol- ed by the FAMU band in a Pat- t
leges of comparable size. '
I rlotlc Salute with a significant
Dr. Gore said, "we hope for an narration of the "American'sCreed"

YOUR GOOD even exciting larger football attendance game to extravatanza this. Country." and "Duty Honor,

BEAUTIFUL DINING ROOMS which benefits deserving Miami City Commissioner,
HEALTH students in tbe form" of Mrs. MjUhalle Range, who is
.scholarships to college. a member of the committee,
William J tlrrup, grand marshal welcome the luncheor guests
Infectious mononucleosis of the parade, announcedthe on behalf of the city and assured
.to give a lift to your Holiday Entertaining which was called gladular fever change City area of route for to the the Dec.2 Liberty the public that they are
25 or SO years ago,is bell- doing everything possible to
eve from the way it acts, to parade. The assembly point will make this the biggest and best

and add pleasure to your daily living be caused because by an it unidentified appears to virus be be Avenue Manor and Park 50th street located and at 12th the classic FAMU in assistant Ifs 35-year coach history., Pete

parade will at 12 30
begin : p.m. Griffin
spread by close contact. represented Coach Jake
at 17th Avenue and 50th street, Gaither who is tin
Since it Is especially prevalent bospltaUzed
proceed north to 17th
in young adults, it baa also betn Avenue to with a broken leg. Mr. Griffin
62 nd Street then east to 15th
and local alumni
called the "kissing disease"The association
Avenue the n north to 71st
,
disease is characterized president, Robert Strapp, expressed -
Street, then east to 12th Ave-
by fever, soar throat, swollen confidence of tbesuc-
nue. The Dec. 1 parade will begin
I lymph nodes and often an en. at ceo of the Classic\
noon on West Flagler
largement of the spleen.

tjTi9 Unlike a bead cold, it rarely
develops in roomates nor does Religion And RaceVATICAN
I il
.tl" e 4 it spread rapidly in Army bar
I racks. This further supports tb.
( % belief that closer than casua.: CITY-(NPI)-Aacism and interracial violence
contact is necessary for its which "assume almost the proportions of genocide" were lamented
tra' smisslon. by Pope Paul VI last week, In a message distributed
AU victims recover without to bishops, priests and the religious In Africa

i in? bad after-effects after a ST. LOUIS- (NPI-The i Rt. Rev. George L. Cadigan, bishopof
period of several weeks. One the Eplscopla Diocese of Missouri, has changed his mind
attack confers a lasting Immunity "for the present" about having two clergymen resign from
i& and it Is likely that the church because of their Involvement In civil rights demon
many children acquire a mild strations. The reversal resulted from discussions between the
: attack which passes for a common bishop and the Revs. Walter W. White, Jr. and William Mat-
cold and are immune to tbe hem, rector and curate respectively of the predominantly Negro -
disease thereafter. member St. Stephen's church.

r. When a college students gets VOLUNTEERS WANTED
the disease, he is sick enough
I f to have to spend 7 to 10 days in LOUISVILLE, Ky. -:.." bed. This would not be so bad the subjects of one-man crusade being conducted on the
-- were i t not for the fact that campuses of 129 predominantly NegrocoUeges In the nation. The
S or 4 weeks thereafter he is Idea is that of Robert B. Herndon a retired, white Army chaplain
below par-feels tired, listlessand from Atlanta, and he has the full support of the Southern
a has poor appetite. Baptist Theological seminary, Louisville.
1 This is often reflected in poor
CRISP CONTEMPORARY DESIGN c .
grades or dropping one or more
of his courses. In some cases, SPLIT THINKING
China cabinet, buffet, extension table, arm chair, 3 $369 Compare at $47'1side an attack of infectious raononucleosls -

chairs; oil walnut finish, no-mar tops. 1 PCS., 1 may be used as an WEST ALLIS Wks.-(NPI-Further evidences of the split In
excuse for dropping out of thinking of Catholic officials the Milwaukee area came last
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for this delsease, but good nursing enacting "enforced" open occupancy ordinances. The Rev
care during the acute stage Lawrence S. Brey charged that "such ordinances violate moral
r\ ,will shorten the period of dis values, human rights and property r1&bts..ancI a vote for an
BOLD SPANISH ability. open housing ordinance would be a shameful surrender to (Fr.)
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rand completed five of 11 passes John Euoo,end, set a record 30-7. One picture above Team on the 20 yard
a score of 30-7 the Melvin Rogers and Roger Flnnle. The Rattlers 18
up against fighting Texas Southerners A managed
for receiving: yards. One, and his only pass caught, was 67 line. The other picture shows the struggle between the two
capacity stadium crowd Morand yards passing and one yard until with two
and its rushing minutes
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Elroy defensive
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yards a yards year. Big teams. FAMU meets Crambllng on December 3. BOB SMITH
front four simply knock the Texans to their knees. The Rat- defense stood out in the opening moments of the game There left in the half, a pass Interference gave them a first downat FLORIDA STAR PHOTOS
.needed. 126 yards for passing-.. The Zpt: 127 yards. Mo- the Texas nine-yard line In other words, the score was

Arkansas Razorbacks Poster +LLw Gilmer Will Not Be In Lineup


Jerry Levins In Bias Moves SPORTS PARADEBy Depth May Be Future SwampingGREENSBORO

Fleetfooted and agile Jerry Levins, offensive end o for the N.C/-A basketabll caoacb canbave tour starters
Southern Methodist's University Mustangs, felt the sting of NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONALFAITH returning and still have problems. That's exactly the situation
the Arkansas Razorback race prejudice for the second time laced by AIT'S Cal Irvtn. .
In as many years during a game between the mustangs and j Dy DICK WOLFF ever produced in the conference
Arkansas at the Cotton Bowl last week. Research have announced that fishing U one of the very best "Our big problem Is cohesiveness said Irvin "He win score more
They definitely and purposefully ganged him Saturday one UP TO ALLAH way to "clear the cobw ba' from our minds and rid ourselves of ," said Irvln. We are be- than Gilmer, but we don't know
of the most unsportsmanlike clays we have seen In rears. works.day tension Million of fishermen have known that for Mine schedule In that depart about rebounds"
NPI-World heavyweight boxing champion years Fishing meant relaxing to most fishermen Ever notice the Irvin also feels that this
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IOWA CITY, < ment. Can the absence of one year's
Last when the'Faubusltes
year contented look on a mm's (or woman a) face as he aorta through
played SMU on their home Bob white kicked to Levlas, Muhammad All (Clay)declared recently that the final outcome of file tackle box picking out a favorite AP'T.Reflex or other lureT player hurt you?Would Boston team may be lacking depth.Because -
ground there was much ado who made a brilliant returnof his federal indictment for failure to serve in the armed forces Some fishermen, though, fall Into the unhappy habit of baaing a Celtics still be a unit without of a recent NCAA ruling
over the fact that one Irate Ra- 41 yards. He was tackled "rests In the hands of Allah--Almighty God" and the judges. good day't fishing' on the number'of fish they catch. No Ash or Bill Russell?" affecting colleges with 1250 or
sorback racist has spit at Le- brutally by two Razorbacks and All, who claims draft exemption on the basis of being a "Black only a few. and they ere likely to get upset sometimes downright The Aggies defending CIAA more male students, A4Ts
vise SMU Coach Hyden two or three more piled on him Muslim" minister made the comment when be addressed students Irritable. Tbeae folk are mincing most of the fun of fishing .- and Tournament champions, open freshmen will not'be ablt to
Fry they certainly aren't relaxing limit'
Catching of
a fish overshadow
after he was on the gound. He the of Iowa. their ball
at University season against play varsity
smoothed the affair over aftei all thought of getting a. much fresh air sunshine and enjoy. Fayetteville -
it had been aired In the dally had to be taken out of the game ment aa possible. They overlook ,- State here on December "We are about the same height
papers. badly shaken up. dukes to boardwalkers the pleasure of making perfect 6. Irvin said he Is trying to as last year but we won't have
With a minute and 55 seconds Ity to this "point Jerry had cists with Garda tackle and the find a replacement for Bill as much depth," said Irvln.
to go in the third period,Arkansas caught five passes for 73 yards ASBURY PARK,-NPIHWalter Dukes currently is dividing natural surroundingsEven beauty. of unspoiled Cllner who averaged 15 rebounds "Maybe by the end of the season -
had made a touchdown on a ,and one touchdown, and had his time between playing professional basketball and practicing getting ready for a fishIng } and 11 points for ALT we will have a good team."
pass from quarterback Ronny made one lateral pass himselffur law and operating a New York travel agency The seven-foot trip should quicken the last season. Other candidates for the team
South to Mike Slgman in the five yards and a touch- former NBA and Seton Hall university star last week was tradedto pulse, and the anticipation of the I "We will really miss Gilmer," are Larry Dunn, Re1e1gh,N.C.;
,end cone. CONTINUED ON PAGE 16 the Asbury Park Boardwalkers by the Trenton Colonels. 'out.of.doora should take the said Irvin "He was the boy Bill HInes, New York City; Na-
mind off everyday problems who than Pettus and
gave us those garbage Philadelphia;
SHELVED Next some time new you Super.Platyl sit down to mono.wind points, so vital to the game. Stanley Turner, Greensboro.

filament line on your Mitchell or We will definitely be reggedyat
NEW YORI'-Np-star halfback Elijah Pitts of the Green Ambaiaadeur reel or try comeback first, but the cohesiveness Powerboat Race
'Bay Packers has been put on the team's reserve list and will be yard practice casting, con. wlU come."
lost to the Packers for the remainder of the season. He suffereda alder bow you measure your fish- Returning starters for ALT In Opens Orange
I torn Achilles tendon in a game against the Baltimore Colts Ina' -fun elude guards Sylvester "Soapy
last November 5. Fishing la not a competition even though there are many con. Adams, and Carl Hubbard, forward Bowl Festival
teata (for youngsters, especially) which emphasize catching a lot of Mack
and
George center
fish. Putting a fish back for the future Is lots more rewarding than
STILL UNBEATEN bringing :It home and ending Its recreational I value forever Fisher of Greensboro. N.C.. 6-7 Ver. MIAMI BEACH, FLA_This
men who develop the reputation for returning some fish to the non Walker of High Point, N.C. winter playgrounds biggest
STOCKHOLM, Sweden--Buster Mathls, the former water never have to "prove' they caught a limit' by showing a and 6-5 Lonnle butt of Sails presentation of the year--the
Olympic boxing champion from Grand Rapids, Mich., last week full stringer or creel either bury, N.C. Orange Bowl festival-is all but
lived up to his pre-flght billing of odds-on favorite to defeat Irvin said the starting nod may ready to move into its stage in
Roberto Dulls of Peru. Mathls, weighing a beefy 242 pounds Alcom Blanks Prairie go to Katz "This boy has the a whirl of color pageantry and
undefeated as a professional, stopped the Peruvian heavyweight potential to be the best big boy football.

champion with a savage assault in the seventh round of a View With 21-0 Score FAMU Baskefballers From the opening event, a powerboat -
scheduled 10-round match race Dec. 17, to the Super
+ t LORMAN, tOSS. (NPI>-Marvin "Monk" Arrlngtoa broke "Bowl Jan 14, every visitor
I REPRESENTATION WELCOMED Prairie View 's back with three touchdowns runs to lead the Meet Tampa In Jan. will have days and evenings
Braves to a stunning victory before a parttcisana crowd including The University of Tampa will crowded with things to see and
DETROIT (NPI)-Reacting to critic ism by former Olympic 3,100 high school seniors and parents of Alcorn's students tangle with the FAMU Basket- do. And u there will be a city-
; great Jesse Woens, President Douglas F. Roby, U.s. Olympic recently, at Henderson Field. jballers; on January 17. The first full of visitors, It is suggestedthat
Sr committee, said Negroes should be represented and would be Arrlngton, defensive specialist Weeks had a fine day with four game will be in the George Ho- reservations be made as
4e'r welcomed on the committee's board of directors. Owons, win- soclred on a 96-yard touchdown passes as he competed well Gymnast am.Season tickets early as possible both for accommodations -
t 4 ner of four gold medals the 1936 Olympics in Berllna, last kickoff return, a 67 yard punt 16 of 26 for 218 yards. have gone on sale. and transporta
+ week blasted the tact of Negro representation on the policymaking return and a 35 yard pass In- Three players scored for the FAlllfs team will meet the tion. .
body of the committee. Braves Walter Rooms doubtless will be a-,
terception. ; Coburn, Marvin cages In the Curtis Bison Convention -
,.t,. Alcorn unleashed Us mighty Arrington, and Oscar Mat- Center. So win Yale vallable, but It may require
offense In the first period as tin. university team. some time to find them and
-' Vote Dec. 5 '-- plntsise Oscar Martin flanker most, probably, will be some
scored two touchdowns. Walter BC College Lists Basketball miles from the center of fes-
Coburn, the leading scorer for tivities. Air lines and railroads

Yn Dai't Km Ti fit Ti Tim Ti Cit the first Braves period. ahead 21-0 In the Trysts Through January 1968 also flights will and be trains adding, numerous and then

t Outstanding defensive playersfor likely will be unable to meet
PV were: Lee Yon Spenderand DAYTONA BEACH..Bethune-Cookman College bucompleted peak demands.
LOW PRICESDRUG Kenneth Matlndall, while its basketball schedules for the year and seemsprepared for a Opening gun of the Orange
U4v offensively, the nod must go to pretentious program of activity. The schedule follows: Bowl program will send scores
Frank Ferry. of fast runabouts across the
The Braves' tenacious defense DATE HOME GAMES starting line of the Marine Sta-
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I Cassius Clay, Jesse Owens Are Pro and Con On Boycotting Olympics


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Owens Deplores Move Manager's Maury Wills Position Seeks Morgan Nixes Ace In The Hole Baseball Big Wigs




Clay Votes "All Out" SEATTLE was learned tee West Chester

cently that Maury Willis, the Convene in MexicoOn

Pittsburgh Pirates third base Ball Tussle
man, would like to manage the

Negro Athletes new Seattle franchise IntheNa- BALTQIOREMorgan State
SplitCassius tional
League. Problems
The football team surprised the ;;:: Heavy
banjo-picking artist, Is NCAA by refusing to accept a'

Clay and Jesse Owens world-renowned athlethes. ,his now doing group a night The Glades.club stand Willis with bid to play West Chester State Baseball big wigs, baseball brass, minor players, will meet

have taken opposite polnti-ot view of the opposition! of Negro sings, tells jokes and plinks the College In Tangerine Bowl, In Mexico City this week to get few things straight.

athletes who-lan to boycott tha nivmni--,.....-*_. in_ uvv.Inca banjo in the four-man Dec. 16.Coach. I What are they? Player trades is one This matter will be:
Clay wbo won an Olympic group. Earl Banks notified (Pit .
"I would like to discussed behind closed oorl. # I* hoped that somethingwill
boxing gold medal 1960 said fair to the Negro" manage baset NCAA of his team's decision '
.
*:.11 in only one of two places" come from the discussion..
"Giving up a chance at the Other Lee Evans after the players discussed the
opposers are \.
Willis said, "Seattle or Los Angeles \ jnlsslooer William Ec1erElt.this .
The Seattle ,
Olympics Is a big sacrifice., San Jose sprinter, Lew AId s- offer. francjlse: Is contingent -
But, anytlng they do that's designed der, .even-foot,l-Inchbesket Seattle Morgan State has completed: upon passage d a $CO happens, it would be the I
to get freedom and equal ball whlx at UCLA. Negrocom- because I played herein i the regular seasons playing ffiilllon bond Issue in February first major decision: be had!

Ity lor their people, I'm withIt petition Is desislve,was opinion 1957 and because I like the without defeat, extending the for a domed multipurpose sta had to make since be .sue-. ,

1,000 per cent. of Smith. Pacific Northwest so much," winning streak to 26 games over r ,,. '2.iizi.. dium. ceeded Ford Frlck.

Owens said he deplores the From Washington DC, Norvell explains the former base-steal- |the past three seasons, longest' After spanking! the American The player moves probably

"boycotting plans" because of Lee, 1952 Gold Medal winner trig champion in 1962. Willis j In the nation. League for Its sudden and hasty *' win Interest the ordinary fan
home
political aggrandizement.In addition said "I don't know who the kane is across the state inSpo The team defeated West Chester move, the National League more than any franchise shifts

Owens said, "The Olympics people are belting the boycott, Los ( In the Tangerine Bowl last decided not to contest for Seattle or front office moves. They
Angeles because I'm fa started
can get any time but
help bridge the gap of but they don't realize what year 14-6. as a franchise cite aoorae
mllla
with the
misunderstanding of people In they're doing at all. The young neL" Dodger person Banks said Ms players had ferred action on expansion at are sure to be In fan swing

thb > indicated desire to make least until the Mexico Tuesday morning with the annual -
country.,7 erel no place athletes are 111 advised. Athletics Willis said he a the meetings.
in the athletic world for pol- is the only field In which "five believes he has |trip to Orlando, Fla., if there As the American League favors draft of minor leaguers.Most .
good strong seasons"left ot the draft action
Itles." the was another but divisional In 1- will
Negro has been treated well opponent, they play a
_
as a player. He hit .300 for be in the lower classifications
The athletes If ]but they were enthusiastic about team league with the two win., .
they carry out Pittsburgh of the Pirates, preseason Cal Snowden recovered a Le- ,due two-JUd1iD8.Cole went the of the minors wits one major
the continuing the for Dell for
boycott will be season another meeting the league!
hurt themselves, and doing more National League fa- month only to play the roy Keyes fumble on the Indiana rest of the way. Keyes touchdown title after the season there league farm eastern trying to
their image Tonics was due to a allure to 37-yard last week. Gonso will beta solve the puzzle will ,raid .another's farm for prise
same team .
than I they played last be tremendous
anything can Imagine. put three things together, in passed the Boosters to the Pur- oi the loose Bowl Game pressureon young propects at bargln rates.
the National
Edwards of San Jose said Willis' year. to expand at
belief:"Hitting,pitching The major drafted including:
"This is a significant stand the same time.A .
and fielding -- -- --
Benllnsky for a total of $422
,
because I knew tentative plan for the American ,
ot no other groupof Dallas Fireball
.000 last year at Columbus Onto
people whocan make our feelIngs League It was learn'
The inter
known. I Johnson Branch ed would find New York Baltimore league trading season -
hope the country last
opened Tuesday and
can see what these black ath- Sport ShortsBY J Washington, Boston Continues through Dec.. 13. B.
letes Cleveland and
Detroit In
have
date This is our one is
expected that deals will
many
YMCA ActivitiesThe .
least division and
chance to avert a racial Chicago Oakland be made at the meetings. Thirteen -
catastrophe In this California.
country.
FF' I Interleague trades
These decisions and expressions strong Table Tennis Team NEGRO PRESS *C Minnesota, Seattle and Kansas made last were
INTERNATIONAL year.
were part of a three-day from the Johnson Branch YMCA Cltytn. the other. There is the
Black Youth Conference in the will take on the championshipteam Ticket sales for the AFL-NFL championship game,scheduled talk of cutting the schedule! from 'discussed Among legal matters to be

Second Baptist Church of Los ot the Eartha M. White for the Miami Orange Bowl on January 14, have exceeded 15, 162 games to 152 not necessary player limit are to a 25 change at in the
the
Angeles. Community Center; Saturday, 000 in the week since: the public announcement that mall orders playing the same number of of the start
season instead of 28 for
Others present were Mike December 2, at 1 p.m. at the were belgn accepted for thd $12 tickets. gimes with eachopposingteam. the first month.

.... Warren, UCLA basketball guard Johnson YMCA. Both Jack McGowan, Miami Dolphins' ticket director and f Such matters as the start? There also is
-- and Otis Burrell, University of Coach Gulnyards Chargersare Earnle, Seller, executive vice president of the Orange Bowl t log date of the World Series, prohibit deals which agitation to

JESSE OWENS Nevada former star high led by Charles Taylor with Committee, report heavy interest. which could be delayed play- la traded for by "a a player
McGowan wbo has been appointed business of the off the split of World Series player to
Some time ago the rumor was Jumper. Richard Lundy,Willie J.Setzler manager I be named Iter. A
In the air that the Negro athletics Avery Brundage president of Owens Lawrence Emory Snead game by Commissioner Pete Roselle, said Dolphins' season money with 12 teams in one rule change would require proposed
ticket holders notified of their to tickets and 10 In the other th the
would remain away from the International c committee and Wilbur Brown. are being option buy league 'player t be named
immediately.
this world-wide competition, said "I don't think they'll be The YMCAers are led by Luc- this week. operation of the free agent draft -
mainly because of mistreatmentand missed." ious Albertie,ex-Japan Champion -* The Orange Do'ifils handling the public sale and $8 and $6 and the division of television _

segregation. Through the Americans caputed 126 medals Jimmie Pauline, farmer tickets will be placed on sale at the game site Monday, 27. money, with one league havinga

summer this was passed over. in the last games. Twentytwo table tennis ire f at Morehouse special playoff and the other Watch
However, the ghost of discrimination went to Negro athletes.Sii College; Larry Bell, Charles SWITCH IN TIME: Two more time changes for American one would argue in favor of expansion .

rears its head again. of the gold medals won went to Parsons Richard Bell and Fred Football League games have been announced. at the same time. This
Last week in San Francisco, Negroes. Fisher. This Is expected tobea Sunday's game between San Diego and the Chiefs at Kansas ---- ._- The entire matter may I be Clown

news reports were that the Negro Edwards spoke to more than match of great skills when play City will begin at I.JO: p.m. CST. BOB HAYES thrown into the lap of Com-
athletes after voting for of this calibre meet. The The Dec. 10 game between Oakland and the Oilers at Houston 11 IDe
300 students. He accused the ers Bob Hayes bad done It again! .. 33'
CST.
also will begin at 3:30: p.m.,
withdrawal Tom mI
split, federal government of falling public Is welcome to witness Hayes last week, made a 69- ., '
Smith was among those'who to support 23 million Negroesin this tournament. made a 59-yarddash 50 11 12.'A" .
yard punt
voted for withdrawal. Smith America. FUNNY INJURIES: Two of Boston's walking wounded were able ,

holds or shares nine world records ...... to smile despite injuries last Sunday--center John Morris with made a a screen 34.yarnd pass tone and-then catchAll 5

In the springs.On FAMU Clobbers (broker nose) and defensive end Larry Eisenhauer (strained this led to a 411 to 21 vic- HAIR POMADEKeeps .1
the other hand Charley GOLF LESSONS OFFERED knee?.
tory by the Dallas Cowboys over
Greene said that he would compete Golf lessons are offered each Morris, who played opposite Kansas City's Ernie Ladd, was the St. Louis Cardinals. Hayes .-4 Hal 3 '
and '
for America. Texas And Plans Saturday at noon at the Johnson asked how he got the mashed beak and replied "Ladd. By de- a sparkling player, Is alwaysat W.II.Gtoom.J Neat/ .,
The protest plan was initiated Branch YMCA with C.C. Rich- grees." at the .t
the right place right
by Harry Edwards professor ardson, professional golfer, as Eisenhauer, meanwhile sat out the game and when asked how time. Do, All Day '3 4o.lir.t.

of sociology at San Jose For Grambling instructor. All Interested persons his leg felt, said "One leg looks like Don Dales and the other N. InprofidDrniuis MURRAY'S Hair

State College, and a tormer ath- may contact Harold M. looks like Lerou Mitchell Oakes Is a 260-pound tackle Tuskegee Gives KwdMeiMLTKRAY'S PonMitokinky .n.wxki.' Ml wmdwi,., APJ:"M" 3i ai 17
lete. He felt that he had the assurance TAMPA-The Florida AIM Rat- Jackson, Program Director at Mitchell is a 200 pound defensive back. 'n III' _In..'hol. keep, .. "iwtcombed"
look aU
day aaletaclwa '
of many athletes that tlers, striking on three touch- the Branch or call 765-3589 In on a pass: mr>. Bessie Stephenson flew from Pensacola, .Reed. net Sometimes H Kometimei.

they would go along with the down passes by quarterback El-. full details. Fla., last week to see son Kay, John HadTs understudy with Hampton A Wallop >,. On Hit to.d II. / + He's non He Adds,Subtract: '*,

plans. roy Morand defeated Texas Sou-, the San Diego Chargers, play against Miami. TUSKEGEE-Tuskegee lnalt1 1 dru..ndC"n tw.-l >He workday all around.

Smith, in other remarks,said, them 30-7 Saturday night in' eee.eteeBASKETBALL And she was rewarded when Stephenson's first touchdown pass ute, in an intersectional battle 'I k= wry- wuawA"r' ; '

"Winning gold medals for a Tampa Stadium. as a pro--but his first completion in nine attempts. played at Hampton, defeated um SIZE 1 '15 31 4 4COMING
lit Mt
country where I don't have Moranda's passing Including Neverlook back Emmitt Thomas a second defensive JI!
my LEAGUETO ; year Hampton Institute Buccaneers I SMalL Sill ISO Coci1R:,+
freedom Is irrelevant. So far I a 67 yard scoring play to split BEGIN back with Kansas City, has one bad bblt. When he's defending 29-12 in a Homecoming game. I / ATTRACTIONS

have no won my freedom. I will end John Eason with J:181 left'in The Johnson YMCA will on passes, he tries to sneak a look into the opposing Tuskegee remains undefeated IIURUY'S turmoil PRODUCTS eo4M .J

not turn back from my de- the final period,-. ombfnAd its fall league play November open back field to see what's going on. But he didn't Sunday aganlst with a 7-0-1 record. i Canton" ..., brain' lit...watt j 74 26 96
with touchdown Boston.
cision. a 13-yard rub ;
30 at 6:00 at the "Y".
Other Negro athletes dis by Ken Riley to overwhelm Any, teams wishing p.m., to competein He went out and made three tackes, broke six passes recovered 'MAN'S DAYSNUMBERED
Charley Green six Texas Southern. a fumble and made two
agrees. this heated contested league interceptions retorting one 57
times a national sprint champIon The Texas tally came with yards for his first touchdown."It AUTO INSURANCE
that will run for a five ((5) week
said "It comes down to the 1:26 left in the game when period with tournament play at was," said Thomas, "the most satisfying game 1 ever

matter If you're an American or Willie Porter galloped 64 yards the end of the regular season played. It was satisfying not only because of the big plays, the 25.00 Down '9.00 Per Month. "Man' are Numbered.4Health
Days
not. I'm an American and I'm from scrimmage for a touchdown and to interceptions and the fumble recovery, but because 1 played my .
trophies being presented
and Fortune Can Be
going to run." the winners. Please contact man up tight, concentrated on himand didn't look into the ,Y's
four When You Know fad
The ended the regular backfield at all."
Boston long jumpchampion game
Ralph
Program Director, Harold M. No Interest Or Lucky Day,.
Finance
said, "I don't think season for the Rattlers. They Jackson for details. Senior and Charges .
, that have an 8-1 record for the postseason
would be
this a would thing very Orange Blosson classic Junior leagues are being formed QUIET MAN: Corber back Johnny Sample scored one of the .',; '. Cocky Colors, etc:.
along
with.many" people go game against Grambling De- according to.age groups. New York Jets' touchdowns against Buffalo on a 41-yard Interception '. '1Send 12.00 for your

return. The usually chatty Sample was somewhat ,SR-22 Filings FREE.. Horoscope Guide for
Rater Johnson former Olympic cember 2 Texas Southern finIshed :
recltent about talking about achievement and was asked why beseemed
Champion, favors participatingsaid the season 6-3.
: "I think any sort of pro- Morand threw passes for 15 to be talking less this season, particularly officials. ROBERT TRAVIS 'DECEMBER
Ifi1GKUP "I'm a captain now," Sample explained,"and as a captain you .'
blem would have kept me from yards to Kent Scofield in the !1
second can't talk u much. You have to have a different attitude wheoyOltre VlU
participating, Johnson said quarter, for 15 yardsto in the blank ben'ind'pail
I have to be able to talk to the officials Ican't
captain. a so
that the Olympics should be open Melvin Jones in the third :I Associates, lac. to ZODIAC, Post OfficeJ3ox. '
and
them mad at
to all He said "The Olympic and the B7-vard bomb. go get me. 1171 Jacksonville, Fla?
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STtftO sYSJUfmn011'Sn.IUFl i NEWSTABERNACLE Jerry Levins Deaconess Board Housewives
\; i iI CHURCH The Housewives League of
: RADIO In Macedonia Meet Jacksonville: and Duval Countywill
: In Bias Mores
i ;" j his the works. Original price meet Wednesday night,Dec..
$199. Has balance: $78..or assume BAPTIST CHURCH CONTINUED FROM PAGE 14 Deaconess: Board No. 1 of the 6, at the home of lira. Edna
; SEND US $8 monthly ptymenU.A. Holy Communion will be administered by the Rev.WJE. Young the trainer-doctor be came back Greater Macedonia Baptist Church Snowden, 1066 West 8th St.
'J Warehouse -1606 Main Street. at 9 p.m. The deacons will assist Sunday School will be at into the game early in the four- will sell dinners Saturday
YOUR RESUME 9:30, with Superintendent C. A. Lawrence charge..At 11 sm. th quarter, made 56 yards on at the residence of Mrs I :NEW LOCATIONMrs.
,fl> the pastor will deliver the message.All adult choirs, the senior pass,catches, U yards on a Sarah StlcUand, 3123 Rains
If you are *,college graduate, male chorus and Usher Board Nol will serve lie children runback. I street Deliveries can be made. Mayola Robinson and
you may qualify for a professional rehearsal will be Tuesday at 4 p.m. The prayer meeting is Quarterback Mike Llvlngton 356-0552. This is for the benefit Mrs Vesta McNeal announced
level position with Lock. V Wednesday at 7:30. The monthly conference has been postponed probably realising that these of the church. their new location to customers:
Giveus Lhe until Thursday night after the first Sunday. Auxiliaries are guys from razor back Holden's House of Beauty,1351
heed-Georgia Company. urged to elect officers for the new year. try was after Levlas, pied Davis Street Phone: J5562tt.Furniture ;
the chance to review your 1 his openings to pass to Levlas.
background. Send your resume 4 COL06SIANS BAPTIST CHURCH Llvlngton completed 29 of
or a letter outlining your Sunday School begins at 10 a.m., with the superintendent In 46 passes for 316 yards. SMU
The looming worship begins at 11 a.m.Communion will In
charge. dominated the first half.
education, and experience.to: be served at 4 p.m.The Rev.R.J. Crawford will speak. Prayer, the second: half Arkansas romped
Professional Employment Coordinator meeting Is every Tuesday night at 730. All are welcome. The to victory with several 15 D AVIS 1
Lockheed-Georgia 'church located It 1154 31st Street. RevR J. Crawford Is the yard penalties for unsporUmaa

Company, 534 West Peachtree THE POWER OF PRAYER pastor, like conduct and play.

Street, Atlanta' Georgia 30308, On one penalty for unnecessary
NEW REDEEM BAPTIST CHURCH Razorback Coach
roughness
r I Dept. :200- JFS ,i l ARE Rev EJ. Norman, pastor. Officers for the new year will be Frank Broyles got so made be 135 BROAD STREET
YOU
: If there are, ho openings for chosen in the conference Tuesday night.Sunday School begins at beckoned for his team to com,

I your particular skill at the mo. Sick troubled unhappy? 9:30, with Deacon J.H. Washington, in charge Rev. Norman on let's go home Referee Cliff
I ment Lockheed will microfilm will review the lesson. The morning worship begins at 11 a.m., Domlque talked' him into not Philco 3-cycle
I Need Help? lesson
Norman will review the
Rev.
with the deacons in charge the
your resume, place 'In our Pro Send for your prayer clothe to for the Sunday School. The morning worship begins at 11 a.m., breaking up game Automatic WasherDiamond
fessional Applicant Search day. Also blrthdate. Contribu with deacons in charge The choir and Usher Board No.3 will
and Retrieval System and review tics accepted.: serve. Mrs. Fannie Jackson will be in charge of music. District Second Baptist Jubilee Special if A)rt ace

No.2 meets at 3 p.m. The Home Missions will meet at 3.45.: .
it
when
regularly newopenings P.O. Box 5187 _
Deaconess Board No.l will meet at4.30.All meetings will be at Honors Florida I Wiihn Prmintntrrm
occur. Jacksonville, Florida S2207 the church. Theeen1ncworslllpllatllp.m. The pastor will deliver iirmenli till
Send us your resume. Tie your both sermons. On Tuesday night at 7.30 Prayer meeting Memorial Cell ';:: wry In.nlttxdnnt.commmd dolhlnf
future to the future of Lock M-B-L DIURETIC POWDER and Bible Study are held. The church Is located at 1614,East lot ,

heed-Georgia leader in the For weak kidneys-bladder: ; bed 30th Street. Florida Memorial College will (tit multt
coming of air freight. wetting. Getting upnights.. iMT.. SALEM BAPTIST CHURCH-1281 West 22nd Street be the topic of discussion Sun- .2AuhmtllcWad
age '
Lockheed frequently passages, back Rev. W.O. Rogers, pastor. Sunday school begins at 9.30: day at Second Baptist Church, Cyclt,plus 50.11Cycle
Is an equal opportunity ,aches, liver. Recommended for with Superintendent Jack Green 1 n charge. The pastor will where all efforts will be directed WiterSlvirFillrr
employer and a Plans for adults, children. Box$Loo post review the lesson. The testimonial service begins at 11 a.m. toward strong financial aid .
Dltpmier
Progress Company paid. Devotions will be led by Deacons Jack Green and Eugene Cal- for the institution
D. L. HUNTER & COMPANY houn. Communion will be administered at 3 pm.wlth the pas- Florida Memorial now In St. Model WMI
tor, associate minister and deacons in charge Choirs Nol and Augustine, will move next year
p. O.8QI 3 381Alexandria: 3, and Usher Board No.1 will serve all day. The pastor will to Miami, into completely new
Virginia 22313 On Choir No.3 rehearses. Prayer meet- complex .
Angela held on Tuesday night On Friday night Choir No.2 re- Rev. Sams, pastor of the

hearses.MT. church, has emphasized the
IMPROVEMENT
NOME TABOR BAPTIST great need of continuing toe
Erring Construction Home Improvement Services begin with the Sunday School at 9.30, with Deacon. fine program established by the
two houses can bet Jason Ben president. The pastor, Rev. H.T. Overstreet, will school He is an alumnus of the
bquy In city, low down pay. review the lesson. Consecration services begin at 1035. The school and is at present vice-,
'mint,'house repairs no money deacons choir w1111111g. The mornlngworshlp begins at 11 a.m. chairman of the trustee board. f.FHILCD .
down. We loan money on houses with the pastor and the assistant pastor,Rev,George Cherry, in Second Baptist's Sunday School
so that you want lose them.Cash charge. At 3 p.m., services will be held and communion ad- begins at 9.30, with consecrea-
it needed Located, ministered. All choirs and usher boards will serve throughout tion for the deacons, deacon-
money
1210 1/2 Davis St. 3548703. the day. Rev. H.T. Overstreet Is pastor. The address Is 1451 esses, ushers and the choir.
Mt. Herman. The morning service begins at
UNION PROGRESSIVE:; BAPTIST 11 a.m. Choir No.3 will sponsor

ISABELLA OF PARIS Sunday School begins :at 9:30 with the officers in charge. The an annual fall tea in the dinning t
lesson topic will be reviewed by the pastor of his appointee. At room from 3 to 5 p.m.
: Thats Mel I have the Anui- 11 a.m., the morning service begins. Deacons Tommy L. The Home Extension Depart
lug superior tonic tablets, per Brooks and Major Hicks will be in charge.All choirs will sing. ment of the Sunday School will
for all the things youwanttodo. Usher Board No.l will serve also. The evening service begins sponsor its "Merry Heats Tea"at
flr Box df 30, J1.00. Satisfaction1: ,at 6 p.m. Rev. Jake Ray, Jr., Is pastor. The address is 613 the home of Rev. and Mrs.
guaranteed or Money back. For Pippin Sams, 1724 Jefferson,from 3.30

Men and Women. NEW MT. OLIVE BAPTIST to 5:30. PHILCD

Sunday School at 9.30 with Deacon Rafus The Baptist Training Union
begins Cambridge In ,
/ COMPACT COLOR TV
P. 0. Oox 230, Dept. S. meets at 5:45.: Evening worship
charge. The lesson will be reviewed by the pastor, Rev. W.L. begins at 7 The Prayer of uPu with M 000 Voltt..Picture Power
Car,. Indiana Clinton. Morning service begins at 11 a.m., with the deacons p.m. I Trenalatorlsed State Signal Syttemno -
Faith Hour is at 7
Tuesday
conducting the devotions. Both sermons will be delivered by the p.m. tubes to bum out In the eignal-recelvlng'

tt pastor. The evening worship begins at 630.: Music will be furnished The Sunday will be School teachers'at $419'95 Automatic circuit Color Lock-Degauiilng System
Friday 7pm.
COKSQLE MODEL by the Gospel Chorus with Miss Linda Seaward at the council Big 227.qu.r. Inch picturet
Piano. Prayer meeting is every Tuesday at 7:30.: Choir No.2 /lot/IJIA "Illuminated VHF/UMF Channel Indicator
I' MACHINE Al
SEWING Shape Macedonia I Flnlehed to match Walnut furnitureONLY
\ Zlg Zags makes buttoifholes meets Wednesday at 730.: Choir No.l meets Thursday at 7:30 Music
designee and the Gospel Chorus meets Friday at 7.30.
fancy saws buttons
r
if appliques, monograms, etc. ALLANDALE MISSIONARY BAPTIST Group ClosesIts
I Sold new for over $300. MUST Sunday School at 10 a.m.The morning worship is at 11 a.m.
'SACRIFICE. Just pay balance The evening worship la at 7 p.m.On Sunday night, December 3,
$62 or assume $8 montly pay- a revival of one week will be conducted. The Re,. Morris will Anniversary
plents. Call Credit Manager ,speak. All are invited Rev W.G. Tllley Is pastor. ..
S
i 848-6257 anytime. Will deliver. ,
GRANT MEMORIAL AWE: CHURCH Y 65
,No obligation. Chlor ,
No. 1 Macedonia MONTH
Baptist -
I Beginning the Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. with Brother A.V. '
t Rose, Superintendent and his staff of officers and teacbenlncharge. Church celebrated &e fU- .
MOTH ty-eighth anniversary at the :e r I: Inside City Limits Save On

At 10:45 a.m. Dr. A. Joseph Reddick will preach from the ,church. .... Utilities. FHA Financing*Low
( 'SUMMER RAT& theme, "Call to Arms" and at 6.43 p.m., he will exhaust the Participants were: Rev. Wlsle ....d.. Down Payment!

12 rooms, Private bath $5.0d|i theme, "Prlsloners of Ourselves". Garter: Deacon W.M.Wright, :M.._""",,., -
18 rooms, Semiprivate$4.00':' Holy Communion will be administered throughout the day.A Cttco baptist Church, Mrs E. :MODEL:! HOME NOW.ON DBPLAI
IFe 1/2 day and truckers $3.00. cordial invitation is extended to all persons iAidlr. Mrs Carrie Adas, 2479 W.'28th'
Mrs. Catjerom Thomas Mrs
0 or 2 persons). NEW MT. OLIVE BAPTISTA ,
literary will be Jessie Ward Redeem Baptist 3 BEDROOMS CARPORT!
EDGEWOOD MOTOR COURT program sponsored in auditorium Sunday Churct WauLird: Corn, Mrs.
INTEGRATED at 3 p.m. Choir No. 2 of the Royal Tabernacle Baptist Church 5T:
Sarah .'!a;: :aid: ) ,t.lmor1a1God
}rtA'u.s. I,Cor.Edillwood Ave. will be guest Participants will be Deacon Jerry Lane Rev W. Well IXne Church, Deacon
L. Clanton Mrs. Reatham GRAND PARK
Lang Mrs.Carolina
.?bone 7640003.Invs Hammons.Mrs, Gerose Cogging. Rev J.C.Ro
Mamie L. Grant, Mrs. Battles, Mrs Lambert, Mrs Cleather gets, Deacon .Paul, Deacon
Garret, Mrs O'Neil Roberts and Mother
FOR. MEN AND WOMEN be made by Deacon and Mrs.0'Nell Roberts Dobson.and Mother Remarks Dobson.will James Hammond Melton, Mrs, Carrie Mrs Dorothy Caisson SALES OFFICE AT DIVISION & 20TH ST. EXP,

OF All AGES is Mrs.pastor.Lola Webb, president, will speak. The Rev. W.L. Clanton Serving Choir and Mrs Idella PONE 354-6746 FOR! DETAILS

Take NewIMPROVEDTTATuKE1 Nealy.

TABLETS foP that tired run UNFURN. APTS.
pown feeling that keeps you from ROOM FOR RENT: Apostle Davis
enjoying life. 320 E. Beaver St. 3 rm. $32.00 Jacksonville Needs This MM
100 Tablets $3.00; 200 Tablets Mo." Upper Duplex 5 run nnfurn. Will Speak At
>5.00. $LOO deposits on 1303 Davis St. 4 rm. $45.00Mo. $35.00 Including Elec.
e.o.d/s. 1977 KlngsRd. 6rm.$45.00Mo. Furnished $58.00 Mo, Phone:
EMPIRE PRODUCTS SALEdDept 1401 Lee St. 4 rm. $40.00 MOo 359-3301, Sunday Meet.

FS, S937 N, Broad ayl! 1472 LoganSt. Srm. $30.00Mo. feajSvls founder of'tbe i .r T
Chicago, IWo 6JJ626IAYIN8 ) 1655 LoganSt. arm $38.ooMo. i Apostle ,
1676 W 9th,
706 Minnie St. 4 rm. $4 5OOMo. CARDS OF THANKS$ uisnop Holy 1C.Tabernacle, ones pastor, will
7045 Mark St. 4rm. $65.ooMo.
A PROBLEM address the congregation at a 4
714 Minnie St. 4rm. $43.00Mo. The family of the late Deacon
special confab Sunday at 3
,
p.m. fr
EVERY BAY OF 4607 Moncrlef YU. 3 rm Earl E. Granger wishes to take, Service are now being held vlUllll : I
$54.00 Mo. this opportunity) to thank their nightly. ,
1614 Tyler St. 4rm. $42.OOMo. many friends for acts of kindness Ministers and missionarieshave
YOUR LIFE? 629 Washington St. 3 rm. shown to them during his served during the week

Many seem smaller once they $52.00 Mo. Illness. We also would like to i, Among them were Rev G.W.
are understood, Let me try to 280 Watts St. 4 rm. $47.00 Mo. thank them for cards telegramsand Henson, Rev. Telfalr, Rev R.
help you with your Personal' 824 E. 5th St. 4rm. $42.00 Mo. flowers sent to the family Davis, Mother Peterson's
''Problems. Confidential Air 1134 W. 6th St.Srm.$36.00 MOo during his recent death. Prayer BandsndMissionaries

Mail postage to this couhtry; UNFURL HOUSE Signed: Mrs Earl Granger and LJndsey Johnson and Lawhorn. I i

25y Family. Committee members are Mrs.
liEU 787 E.57thSt.Jrm. $40.00 Mo. L J>lggs, chairman; Mrs.L.Ra-
ley Co-chairman: ; Mrs With-
Dep FSN FOUND ref Woddy, Willie Durant,treasurer
Box 29, Multenburg C.P Realtors CHILDREN DO YOU NEED ; Mrs. L.Meadows. The
South Africa 354-8435 317 W. Forsyth, HELP? Or have God given you public Invited

everything you need. In any
case, write me, The man who
ROUSE FOR SALE,
LINCOLN ESTATES knows all things are possible

with God Write your wishes to 4 'room and Full Bath Price
me. God's message is free $4.500-1200 down. $40 month. "
OWN A BRAND NEW Send only 10 cents for postage 1445 Cleveland Street Phone: OSCAR M. TAYLOR
W. C. Service, Box 494-3., 725-2826. 11 no answer Call
Detroit, Michigan 48204. '. Evenings.
BRICK *
HOME! FOR CITY COUNCIL, DISTRICT 1
FOR SALE
3 BEDROSMS'-lttMTiBOOMS.: ; CLOSE TO'tlODElI
To Work For Community Improvements
INTEGRATED :MOTEL & RESTAURANT
SUOOLS.AND UI6E.SHOPPING CENTER.., SELECT:

YOUR OWN'MODEL II. PlUS, LET OS.IELP YOU LOCATED AT NORTH CITY LIMITS ON U.S.: HiGHWAY IMPORTANT

IVY YOORNOMlilNfBEAOTIFIILJINCOLN: ESTATES NEAR :"PMSPNtTtlnSINEGRO" ,NEIGHBORHOOD.

.. 14 Modern units with T.Y.. W.W. Carpets ana room phones You Must Vote Dec 5, 1961

40 seat modern restaurant completely equtpped-Seflonelf.
N ness of owner forces the sale of this money maker. Land alone:
is worth the askingprkeof$105,000OQDownpeymeMof $35,000 Vote Democratic

required Owner will consider trade for real estate Reply Box
9M2, Jacksonville, 32208. PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT
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