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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:
October 1, 1966
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00735

Related Items

Preceded by:
Florida star and news

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Material Information

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
October 1, 1966
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00735

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news


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WASHINGTON Denying a
"' plot to take over the nations'
schools, U. S. Education Commissioner -
Pry ,Schoois
Urged Harold How n said

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to Howe the states.disclosed his plan to the

WOMAN SHOOTS MAN House Rules Comnuttee after

one of Its members Rep. J.
H. Qulllen (R-Tenn.) accused
him of having "grandiose plans
for federalizing our elementaryand
secondary: schools and destroying -
BETWEEN THE EYES the school system as

we know It today."

Howe, undergoing his second

... ... ..... ..... v.r round of questioning said the
** wwwezw 1 1 controversial guidelines

Ask Probe Of Woman Kills Man 5 Grenada Men \ f became necessary showed that when"freedomof experience

choice" plans adopted by
School Child Are Indicted many Southern states actually

offered Negroes less than t

WEST PALM BEACH Mrs,, In Gun Battle GREENVILLE, It I... A free choice.
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L. E. Bule president of the Federal Grand Jury last L Howe denied the charge and
t
Tuesday indicted five white men went on to explain that he
State WPB Conference branch of the NAACP and t TAMPA A 46-vear- Jackson Heights resident was including a Justice of the peace would like to hand over to the
Secretary recently killed last Saturday for last month's racial states the authority to enforce
morning in a gun battle with a well-known violence .
called
for _
a complete *.F-< .wr..w.miU> 4kMJ..M.. at the desegregated public 1l+ school desegregation laws If
Investigation into t the
of a commercial IB practice I The dead man,was Identified ground, when Randolph attempted schools In Grenada, Miss they want it.
Punch chain If-Key by police as John henry to knock him down The two-count indictments But, he said, "I doo't know
The operation Operators has other schools school. Randolph of 4411 20th St. agaJ Mr. and Mrs. Wllford charged the five with conspiracy about the legality of it I don't
In Miami Lauderdale Mrs. Thelma Wilt.>rd, 36, who came out of their tavern and to intimidate Negro citizens eGMO: and SML know whether we can farm out
Ft. St. lives at 3708 33th Ave. and is asked Randolph to leave Black In the free exercise of rights I I the responsibility I intend to
and Petersburg Jacksonville.Orlando, Tampa credited with the fatal shooting alone. guaranteed by the U. S. Con +DWQ,<< r1iMes have this explored by our attorneys

was released after questioning Randolph became angered at stitution. ."
students Acting on who complaints enrolled of many Officer J, W. Griffith said the couple and opened Ore with Among those named in the -UNioR Continues Degrading NegroesBy The rules committee Is bearIng -
are BOW
._ U* .38 revolver. Mrs. Wilford Indictments James Richard testimony to decide If an
in the school Mrs. Bule stated '''''h '
pulled her .22 and returned Ayers, 48, a Grenada County Eric 0. Simpson investigation should be made
that the
12-week
course cost the fire, two bullets hitting Justice of the peace. into whether Howe has exceeded

promised$300.00 and typing that and students are Randolph) between the eyes. The others Included Archie '/The Florida Tlmes-Union, one of Florida's most wldely-cllculatI4newsp&peu, enjoying a the 1964 civil rights law inlaying
computer
Randolph staggered to the Larry Campbell, 19, Doyle larger Negro readership\ the state than any other dally, took another slap at Negro As ite. down guidelines for
bit
programming t. never trunk 6f his auto '' 'Cleveland 46 and .... school desegregation.
'I in an apparent) Vance DoneJ *4 Us tag-standing anti-Negro and race-baiting policy. ,. I
The receive instructors any of this students training.,. '. attempt to get his shotgun! Mrs.. Wayne BtfI ;18, all Grenada; / Adding to a long list of Insults and degradations which the Times-Union has pour upon' 'Howe}toldj-reporters fo had,

who"ttm.bed. the are, Wllford ran behind him, still The men were among ISJper- Negroes over the years, the JackaoovUle-used, railroad controlled publication: last Tuesday not tied) a chance to speak (6 .

and in the last two put class, = firing her pistol. The dying sons arrested by FBI agents at featured a cartoon on Its editorial page (see above.) which. depicts. .: the blackpeoplr. as the sole state"otflclal4. about local enforcement -
months. man turned and grabbed Mrs. Grenada Sept. 17 In connection: perpetrators of rape; robbery, assault and loot and "It might be
There have been three Wilford and fell dead clutching with the mob violence which A good look at the cartoon shows all the black sheep, fierce and wild-eyed, while the white that some states would'prefer
directors.The her in his grip. erupted when Negro children sheep are innocent-eyed or amand. Mr. and Mrs. John Q; Public are in bed, unable to sleep not to get involved.
General Finance Corp. Officer Griffith said the shoot- attempted to enter t newly- for the raping, assaulting, robbing and looting that's going on around them..and in an obvious Howe pointed out that the U.S.
is cooperating with the schoolIn Ing was ruled "justifiable desegregated schools In the effort to stir the white: male reader's blood to boiling, the cartoon shows Mr. John helpless Office of Education would have
making loans for the cost of homicide" small North Mississippi town. while his distraught wife quivers with fright, biting her fingers like an idiot. to "take the responsibility of
the training but when the This /Is the sort of anti-Negro propaganda the Florida Times-Union has been feeding its insuring that minimum requirements -
students "want out" their LL readership over the years.At one time or another the T-U has described Negroes as shiftless, are met. We have legal!
money is not refunded. Bishop Hatcher Pledges Support uncultured, Inferior, lacking in a sense of responsibility, in sj many words, not deservingof obligation to make sure federal

Mrs. Bole also noted that the --.......? equal rights, equal schools, equal opportunities or any of the other rights which other funds do not flow into places
majority of the students are MBS. THELMA WILFORO To President's Great Society Americans are enjoying. where there is discrimination."

Negroes. Over the years the Times-Union has seen it fit to carry a page of segregated news which it Acting Atty. Gen. Ramsey

Randolph was shot between the WASHINGTON, D. C. Ident Lyndon B. Johnson urged labeled "News For and About Colored People" until recently. The so-called colored news Clark defended Howe against
Jax EducatorTo eyes with a .22 caliber pistol the Bishops of the African Me thodlst Episcopal Church last page which It still carries tells of the better things that Negroes are doing, such U teas, a charge that he oversteppedhis

Be after be leveled his .38 revolver week to help "drown out the i sounds of violence" which are banquets, book reviews, assemblies, Community Chest and Cancer Fund and drives. But the authority by requiring
Buried at Mrs. Wllford. hurting the Civil Rights moveme into TimesUnion sees to it that the colored news page (which carries the better news about moves toward faculty desegre
According to police Randolph The President said tithe sound Negroes) does not get into the homes of the white readers. That t page is taken out before It gation. Clark said that the U.
drove up in front of Wllford's O. L. Sherman, Waco, Texas; gets into white homes. S. Office of Education was not
of violence "should drown out
Tavern, 3710 38th Ave., and the voices of frustration Bishop John Bright, Philadel- On the other hand, the alleged rapes and other crimes that Negroes are involved In are only authorized to do this, but
reason -
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came out with a .38 in one hand will and phia, Pa.. Bishop George N. carried in the regular editions that go into all homes. The result is that white readers in the was required by law to demand
replace
and a shotgun in the other. He all of our best work progress will be Collins, New Orleans, La.; white community-only see what the Negro In Duval County and Florida is doing or accused of faculty desegregation before a
Bishop George W. Blakely St.
Jumped on Henry Black and undone. doing in the way of crime. The white community seldom sees that Negroes conduct sympo school could receive federal
knocked him unconscious. Randolph The President also asked the Louis Sooner, Mo.; Bishop Isaiah H. slums, concerts, piano and organ recitals and are often Involved in civic and community drives. funds\

a then placed the shotgunin church leaders to raise their Birmingham, Ala. Except for a sports picture occasionally, which it can't avoid, the Times-Union shows only School
High
the trunk of J his car and the voices in politics and urge "all the criminal side of the Negri. What a disservice for the large supposedly responsible

.38 in his pocket. of your members to live up to newspaper to render to the Negrd and the community as a whole.
Black came to his senses and their responsibilities as citi If the editors do not feel any responsibility to Negroes who compose a good portion ofrpdu.h1p Football Star

was about to rise from the zens" and vote for the surely, as a responsible medium of communication, the Times-Union must
candidates: of their choke. He realize that It has a responsibility to the white community to dispel the misconceptions that Is BurledHERBERT

Florida NAACPCoiveNtioN asked "What good does it do ;Yrl yr race-baiters and race haters propogate about Negroes. { # '!tj.< ; .,
us If we seek freedom and And la these times of racial unrest it would seem that a paper of such magnitude would

To secure it and then do not utilize recognize it s responsibility to encourage better race relations by giving more thoughtful,
it." reflective and studious interpretation of the racial atmosphere rather than indulging the I

Robert Lorenzo Lynx Sr., Bishop George W. Baber presented type of journalistic bigotry that warps the minds of the white community and nurtures racial
former educator of this city Welsh RightsJACKSONVILLE the Bishops to the bate.
of 1925 College Circle North, 'la.-. President in the Cabinet Roomof Rather than blame Negroes for the crimes In this area, It would appear that the local dally
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died Tuesday in a Trenton, "Challenges to Civil,Rights in the White House and Bishop would have been calling attention to the diseased conditions that have existed in these areas I .V 1

N. I, hospital following a prolonged Florida" will be the theme of E. C. N. Hatcher, President of r cot-unities
illness. The deceased the Florida NAACP State Con- the Bishop's Council, read a
was a native of Canton, Ohio, ference, Oct. 13-46. Rutledge statement in which he pledgedthe HOPE.C.HATCHER been satisfied to remain quiet and left it to the television stations to unearth the ill-doing in
and had lived In Jacksonville Pearson, State Conference Council's "full moral and The President told the clergymen our city and the the Negro press to speak out against conditions that affect the entire community : 9 .

for 35 years or more before president, will make the keynote spiritual support" to the Pre- : .
moving to New Jersey six years address to delegates from 61 sident's program of the Great "I hope that your great voice As one of the largest business enterprises In the city of Jacksonville, what has this two-paper ,
of leadership and ministers .
ago. branches. Society;' your newspaper monoply done to Involve Negro youths'in a training program for newspaper work, '
A graduate of Wllberforce Rev. August Vanden Soshe Following the President's in pulpits across the land, as printers, pressmen, linotype operators, news reporters?? MITCUEU Jr.
University, he was a memberof executive director 1 of the, statement, 88-year-old Bishop Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity Florida Council on Human Relations R. R. Wright of Philadelphia I j to live up to their responsibilities one room In the basement of the building. There Is one Negro in charge of circulation in the athlete who died shortly after
and had many years tenure as will offered a brief I not just to the church, Negro area, but the rest are porters and newsboys an attack on a ball field during
preside prayer.
a member of the Duval County workshop sessions concerning over The Bishops present were: |,but in the schools and communities Some months ago the Times-Union conducted a survey (with its own circulation men) to a football game was burled
Public School and >in the social life determine whether the wanted the eliminated. last Thursday.
system. Mr. Negro community segregated page According
business and Bishop R. R. Wright Jr. Philadelphia
government -
responsibilities
Lynon served u principal of in Pa. Bishop ,and in the government life, to to reports the response was almost 5050. What else would you expect from a survey taker Herbert Mitchell Jr., 18, a
the field of ; George
College Park Elementary Wilbur Baber I really utilize the freedom that who makes his living from circulating the colored news page? senior at Marshall High School,
Washington D.
School and West Jacksonville] employment For the second* I C. Bishop, Joseph J you have sought in a great Morever, the Negro ministers whom the publication claims :ire against the elimination of Plant City died of a heart attack

Elementary School. the Florida Favorite consecutiveyear :Sons I Cleveland; Onto; Bishop Gomez Carey i,many respects and what you the "colored page" are only those who are Interested in getting their fish frys published.The during the third quarter of a
His son galled. truth is that the of the hidden behind the football game between Booker
survivors include:one Award will be This A. Glbbs, Columbia South Negroes regard separation news, always
Robert Lorenzo Lynx Jr., of the recipients presented.Julian I Carolina Bishop H. Thomas, "There may be some in your9wn classified section, as an insult. But since the Times-Union has a monopoly, Negroes are, for High of Sarasota and Marshall
year are ;
Newark, N. J.; daughter, Mrs "Cannonball" Prlmm Nashville Tenn. ( congregation who say that the time being, without much choice. on Friday, Sept. 24.
AAJerley and Us ,
Velma ; preachers shouldn't! do that; How will their week for that and Mitchell, an all-conference
Lynon Robinson, of long Negroes pay money every a paper segregates news
Frederick
brother Nat who will Bishop D. Jordan {
Jacksonville; 10 grandchildren: ; perform t bat: they should stay in the heaps Insult after insult upon colored people is left to be seen. One thing is sure: is that end at Marshall, and a veteran,
at social Hollywood, Calif. Eugene j
function. Bishop -
other relatives. ; hurch: and stay out of any Negroes who are striving for equal rights and first-class: citizenship! are going to get tired player; for the past three years,
Robert C. Hatcher Jacksonville
L. Carter
Funeral services will beheld counsel general Fla. Ernest, Hlckman, socially conscious: movements, of taking such insults and will decide to stop subscribing for the paper and rely on radio and Sled of a heart attack due to
from the National ; Bishop
,
at New Bethel AME Church Office, will be the key speakerat Atlanta, Ga.; Bishop William J poverty programs, community television! the latter of which seems to be doing a better and more worthwhile job, anyway. chronic: rheumatic heart

Monday, October 10 at 4 p.m. the Freedom...'" Fund. Banquet. F. Ball, Miami, Fla.: Bishop developments J ngs. or political meet- Negroes can't take that kind of newspaper any longer ;disease>IY County according Medical to Examiners an autopsy


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,THK, FLORIDA STAR r "ey1 ; ? '0..,}.": '. : To, Be Equal .
NEWS tiT r f "4 v d1' .F.. a :

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bIW edby the 'lorfds Star '
publishing Company .. ....,.. By WHITNEY M. YOUNG JR.

MEMBER DEATH OF THE CKV1L. RIGHTS BIU


The Civil Rights Bill of 13G6 Is dead-murdered oo the floor

NEGRO P OIONAt: THE WHITE MEN OF at the Senate, which twice refused to end a Southern filibuster,
\ THIS STATE HAVE A thus killing the bill for this session of Congress.Of .
RIGHT TO RESORT TO course it was the fair housing portion of the bill which
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ANY MEANS AT THEIR caused Congress' reluctance to pus it The House of Representatives .

ERIC 0. SIMPSON......Miiitli! Edith COMMAND ID STOP limited usefulness of this provision by restrictingit
4 NEGROES to only about 41 per cent of all housing, and lien t: the Senate
failed to support even the stripped-down bill.I .

HILDA VOOTEN.......CireilitiJi Niiir.tr shouldn't say the "Senate" because: only a
t minority of the Senate was against the bill. Tte
a
-Oc4"t majority-*4 out of 100-s'ippor'tedthe measure.
But it takes a two-Inlyda vote to close off debate
2323 lac rid ir and bra ig a bill to vote, and so a determined Ii
Ind Pkui Elfii 4-6737. ; 1 minority was able to frustrate tie will of lee

Miiliif Addrm majority.
Why! ? Why has the sts,dy march of laws aimedat

p, 0. Bn 5SS .Jicksinilti, Funds 3J201 guaranteeing equality for Negroes and :other minorities
suddenly ground to a halt.'Why! has the deep concern for Justice
MIAMI, CFFICE and decency which led to the sweeping Civil Rights IUis.t

1964 and 1965 evaporated? Where were the churches, labor,
730 NV 3rd An. ."111 37)825.SUBSCRIPTION ) '.I and liberals, when the bill was in danger? Why have people in

...:.. the North, so quick to condemn the South In previous year,
reverted to segregationist patterns themselves. ,
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> RAT- These are questions good men must be asking themselves.in
One Year $6.00 Half Year. $..00 the wake of the bill's defeat, and the answers aren't easy. Tip/!
.Mailed to YOU Anywhere In the united states l aren't pretty either.

Subscription payable in advance- r ss To even attempt to begin to come to terms with what happened,

Send Check or ,Money.prder.to/ _, stay we must face the fact that prejudice and racism have become
.' : WHITE F. ingrained lnAmericalife that massive educational approach
g so
FLORIDA STAR
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Jacksonville t. rlorJ3FollowiRi Y MATE vtOtENCEJ7L AR is needed to help people shed the myths by which they live
The if n: ',tonal fears thai many people harbor are too often

reflections of their own.repressed violence. Chicago taught us
that. Young toughs pelted civil rights marchers with stones;
Qvility Edscation Salt, ; Jeered at them behind vile signs and Na&1s..ut1bs. They iM

_- __ V ... ___ they were "defending their good neighborhoods from Negro
As we enter the age of competition with Intrusions. Hiding behind rational!rations of "Negro crime"or

all races, Negro students mast.their up BACKLASH APPEAL! "lowering neighborhood standards," they glorified the
insanity of Nazism and acted like criminals themselves. The
their educational loins. They must get mean little town of Cicero also "defended" Itself from Negro
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intrusions. But this all-white suburb (all-white since 1931

1 1 when it rioted, forcing a Negro family out of Its home), was
Florida A&M University is gradually rais- 1 1 once Al Capone's crime capital and reports indicate that not

ing its entrance requirements. other Your Weekly much has changed. The town has an extremely low cultural
and educational level and its streets are filled with taverns.
formerly-Negro colleges are following 1 1 Yet Cicero and the Chicago hoodlums set the pace for the'

the policy requirements of .quality edu- national "backlash" which convinced legislators that the nation-

cation. For instance, Fayetteville State 1 I isn't ready for housing integration.
Teachers College in North Carolina raised Guide Is this the model the nation should follow?Must the nation hide
Horoscope behind fear and myths?Should it not seek to recover the Id'al*
its admissions requirements and standards.The *
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:: ism of the past few years and help create a fair and truly
result has been a decrease in the 1 *, ** V *.* *. diverse society? '

number of entering freshmen now being Of COLIT-I, :lost people against housing integration are./'
..enrolled in these two institutions. '"This 1- PABLO The ASTROLOGER 5* hoodl rms. They take refuge behind myths'like"property values

same thing will happen in more of our go down when Negroes move in." Yet study after study In cities
across the nation show that property values are unaffected by
non-white institutions in the
years 1I I 1 integration. What causes prices to eo down is panic selling to

ahead. WHICH' ARE YOUR LUCKlY DAYS FOR t blockbusting realtors. Americans must not ret.eat into the
Ability of an applicant to pass entrance 1 I' fantasy-land of myths :and prejudice. Leaders must lead, not
requirements in any college depends o 1 follow the most backward elements in their constituencies.

largely on the quality of education the I BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL Negro cltizensasfted forequality and America's InS-Ner,1n
have received in high school. : 1966 was to kill fair housing and allow a rise in Negro unem
students ployment to 2 1/2 times the white rate.
to I 1
Since our Institutions are beginning .n.r- --- -- ---- ------- ---- -. ..... -- ---- ---- - We are in the midst of a deep, profound racial crisis. It is
raise admission requirements, it follows ------------r not the Negro's problem it is the problem of the whola nation.

that the predominantly-N'egro ARIES The world i3 .filching-and over two-thirds of the world is
naturally CANCER LIBRA C PRI ORt)
schools must elevate ,the quality!- IQIN .'MARCN ,MMM1,V non-white. AIDe/IeI..ca.u abandon the Negro's just,cause, as it
high BORN HIRE BORN SEPT. BORN did after Reconstruction, or it can move ahead .0

their teaching. .2W- APRIL 1SII l'' tied .'J ) 23rd ::'gcr.23rdeu( ,,I to' I 12dd" DEC.19th j t'. I secure equality This defeat can be a oraryprelude to even
1j1M1j
j ? greater victories, or it can be a signal'! to the world that

Maddox Wins' Govimor's tact ,In Georgia Ask yourself why. Everythingin Keep thinking.Drastic changescan social Step out.life Just and let look other after your Resist pressure.Each Individual America 14 unwilling to ,Jive up to Its ideals of democracy.
your We should be table seldom be undertaken without things has, or should have,a whole All of us, as citizens, mast work to secure\ a decent society.We .
and you yourself in the throes due and prolonged take care of themselves. And lifetime In which to fulfill an must begin by supporting future efforts to rectify last week's
No matter how we feel About it, the white' of serenity at Its best. And yet, reflection.: This applies particularly while you are about It, catchup earthly mission. And yet, In mistake. People must band together and work together for
power "back-lash" carried Lester Maddox there are background influences to some of you who are on your rest and relaxation keeping with the modern con- diversity and democracy.: They mast insist on strict enforce-
to victory the gubernational race in' that are denying you these Panning a change of residenceor every minute that you can call cepts, one would think that we ment of present civil rights laws. They must Insist on actionto
There should also
benefits. You can very wen ask country, or who have feeling your own. be have only a few months or cure the ills of urban areas, including discrimination. The
Georgia. He will have, of course, to facea yourself: why, for you are the that your talents may be a brake on spending when you years. "Speed" and "more world is watching.
Republican foe in the next run-off; but only one who can come '" with better appreciated: and compensated are not positive as to whetheryou speed" Is the cry to be heard I

don't, for a moment underestimate tbisman' the answer. It could be that you elsewhere In the at are running at a profit or underground, over the land, on
loss. The lunar
". do not feel secure because of latter cue the possibilities of a new phase the oceans and in the air. What 1'HE"URBANLEAGUE
that starts late
certain financial cOlllp11.ttlWthat officially quite for, no one really (knows but
encountering disappointment ,
Lester Maddox won once, and he can win on the 14th may provide the .
it is '
are keeping you balance.: Instead are too prominent to the prevailing fashion and
again! And for those of you who may be discount altogether. It may be needed Incentive to bring out the race has finally entered STORYBy
best side and to
CORE and SNCC have been talking about planning on taking a life orboslnea wiser to do a lot of writing to your seek the attentionsthat urge you into the spacial regions. But .
personal
partner, the lack of back and forth and making the toll in human life, suffering
black power, but where was it in Georgia? cer'taln may be desirable In orderto CLANZEL: BROWN
assurance in this connection that your economic as well and happiness may be far too
It had no power and is ,shaking like a could be enough to make you as personal Interests will In attract the attention peopleIn high for whatever may or may The anti-poverty bill is now in Congress and it faces i great

Jelly fish, because all of these organi- hestltate or call the whole deal no way be Jeopardised.J. Ail whom you may be interested.' not be accomplished. deal of opposition. Representative Po'. ell, Chair ma.: of Education

zations had no program but 'tal k. off. including self-improvement those of the mind projects,are, ;:.a.- 40 33 10 61 656 and Later ':Committee: stated the War on Poverty is the

It is regrettable that Mr. Maddox won, 40-66-17-52-468 30-22- 15-48-799 now being highly favored. finest Human Renewal America has.
his predecessor The Federal Government recognised that a
for Governor Sanders, ,
LEO. 1.60.22.19.28.321! AQUARIUS' wide economic, social and educational gap rGi!
out of the
stand
made Georgia as one TAURUS BORN JULY BORN Jilt separates the majority of Negro citizens and? !
leading southern states in the area of SCORPIO many white citizens, from other! Anwlid.f
progress. BURN APRIL 23rd AUG. 22nd 201k FEB. ltd Most Negroes have mi:uaal Jobs, loader' jjJucatloo

20th HAY 20 act BORN OCT. Trends : health and welfare facilities and they I l'
Find why. This is not can change. While you 1'l'
24th NOV. 22nd live in about 50'p of the substandard :lousing I
are disposed to remain
exactly the best period of..themonth. with the
Tampa Proposal Motes ForwardThe One can alwa..1Ian. You art status when it In this country. We believe the anti-poverty
Confine quo keeps
yourself to the You'll give in. Romance may your
coming very close to the existence free program is a partial answer to the disadvantage
( moment when you will have to tainting and planning stages still catch up with you despitethe .the complications, If the anti-poverty program in Jacksonville is an indication.
Neighborhood Service Centers In take Inventory and balance off of whatever you are attempting fact that you may r\ot have I mandatory necessity of change Is made of what 1s being done t throughout: the country, then let's wrtl: ,
by the1aw.ofevolu-
Hillsborough County has proposed a one your successes: against your drives to accomplish.to The urge that given It much encouragement tion. People, nations and aU call and petition our congressman to help get funds a"xaed: :
million dollar multi-service project for failures.: Bet strange to say, you go beyond this in tbel days gone by. But you for the poverty program. "
living things have to
limit Is the one that will lead still have the future to reckon respondto
what are termed successes their The poverty program in Jacksonville has helped hundred
West Tampa. often are the elements that you straight to frustration. You with, and who can say, with dictates. Those who of persons through Head Start, Day Care Food Subsidy and
:
refuse
facility which is to be estab- will do better well to go along are simply
The new ( mentally u positive assurance, what it will
finally lead down to the road of left behind. Project ENADLE, the recreation program and many others; in
Do
tract of land) was u In your travels, after the First of all life can not be too upset
lished on a 21 acre defeat. And what we consider bring? over the confusion addition it is employing hundreds of low-Income persons>> in
donated by the city of Tampa to provide failures: are the building stones New Moon of the) 13th. But be a very depressing or frus- Is ruling apparent over the world that decent Jobs for the first time.

recreation, education, health and medicalS of wide experience, wisdom and everything interests pertaining remains to your it trating experience when there since it Is the prelude to today deep The anti-poverty program is a Slip beyond dropping l leg&,
pecuniary:
training and other the formation of character.This : Is no one to share it with you. and barriers it ij i practical effort to change 300 yean of humiliation
services, employment, the shadows! mystifying upheavals that
that
recommending is to
desire
Or If sole
Is a fascinating subjectfor study your will affect segregation and bias that has shackled! 20,000,00ONo: '?1i
all In
vital programs to assist person of low you reduce risk-taking to the be at the top, this can also us one way
very and
and you need not be a psychlatrist or another. The New Moon millions of other disadvantage! ;v'>rsuns. The i agu*
income In breaking the poverty ccycle. absolute minimum. You more be the loneliest spot on the confirms the War
to pursue further. that you must look ahead supports on Poverty with all its resources and know
mature Leos
Some modules are designed to house a 370881426407SEMINI through the initial are stages passing of said globe.to Real Inhabit happiness the fortunate may be and adjust yourself to new concepts -. bill ledge.funded Write for, wire 1967.and use initiative to help get the poverty

library, daycare' facilities, and several another phase in your existence. souls whose main Interests lie usages and customs, if '
classrooms In creative accomplishments. only to maintain your own place.

The proposed project' has our full endorsement RIM MAY 4.20.77.15.34.223 6.80.U.17.78.295 2.30.66.13.114.125 This Week In Negro HistoryOct.

and we hope that it will come 'VIRGO
to fruition sooner than we think. 2ht JOKE 21st 2, 1800 Nat Turner, called "The Prophet," was born a
ION AUG.. SAGITTARIUSBORN PISCES slave In Virginia He led the famous insurrection which bears

You can take It. The happy- 23rd SEPT. 22nd' NOV BOBN FEB his name in South Hampton County, Va., in August, 1831.

TOIL lOADS OR NOT are- sat apt to be botamongEby The Vlrgoan who has the built- 23rd DEC 2ht IB.tk e, MAR. 201.Doubt Oct. 2, 1863 Dr. Alexander T. Augusta of Virginia was APpointed

Most of the travelling public like to world problems or anything that in of the apparatus two revealing has which Ask yourself There are times some more. There is the first Negro surgeon. He rose to the rank of
policies the
lies beyond the line of your right when it is not a bad idea to a likelihood that this maybe the lieutenant colonel In the Union Army the highest rank achievedby '
make time on the super double-lane high- particular scope of Interest of way Is one of those rare seek no other company than I most unreliable quarter of the a Negro during the Civil War.

ways, but much to their dislike is the This is Just u well since ,oa, individuals who never,or hardly your own. This need not be a I month as tar as news,information

payment of tolls regardless of how above all others, realise that ever, makes a fit mistake.In In Wherever time-waster, by any means, I and apparent trends are Oct. Z, 196Z James Meredith enrolled University of Mississippi -
they e is little you can do to you your but a welcome opportunity to I concerned. This means relying under guard of Federal troops.
the roads.We
marvelous
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are estimation, it does not take
the course of events.
change
seek some badly-needed answers more and more on your feelings
think our roads should. be free facilities Take the day off, if alt Is your away from the desirability of to Important questions. and personal efforts to keep Oct. S, IH9 WERD, the only Negro-owned radio station at the

and not toll highways.A privilege to do so, to avoid not doing a thing of any vital For Instance, such queries related I things In their proper perspective. time, began operation in Atlanta, Ca.
group of state officials cannot go the confusion or mix-ups that Importance before the 14th.Although to 1 lack of success: You also have to guard
when they take a second look at could get Columbus Day off to It may seem like a self-confidence, or other matters against allowing dark personal Oct. 7, 1897 Elijah Muhammad, leader of the Muslims in the
wrong waste of time to of
abed start The beginning of the many you, of a secret but particular moods to Interfere with the United States, was born Elijah Poole in Georgia.
proposals for toll roads for Florida has the days preceding need not
romantic or creative phase that concern to each and everyone harmony that should prevail
many big road needs, and not the least of should give you all the outlets I be spent Idling. There are such of yon may turn t up some In your domestic and public Oct. I, 1889 Frederick Douglass appointed Minister to Haiti.
them is to keep its highways free so that you may require comes after I things as garnering more facts constructive replies.Of course, relations. In cases where Joint
the 13th. A co-worker, neigh--, I and making meticulous preparations cannot stop there Onceyou economic Interests are at stake,
it will make its maxiuua contribution to you
for the activities
bar or someone In your professional I that think have discovered aim for an Immediate reconciliation -
to the overall development of the state. I are coming This can nuke all yon your
circles could tan out
particular faults and!handicaps of views In order to
Governor Burns oearned this truth'when to be mate. U ttis I the difference as to whether I
a prospective you must resolve to live up to eliminate whatever problems Register : NOW11II. : ]
I success of failure will
his proposed road bond program. was voted a person who ls ambitious exertions. crown a set of new resolutions drawn that have been. created

down by the people. u well,,you may benefit. I your 0.-20-77-18-68-134 up to cOIf' with them. 7.90.55.12.91.318 .

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Negroes In the United States, r
particularly in the South, has Members of Kevlnette Bridge Club assembled Dr. Richard V. Moore president of
resulted In lack of community- ri In the West Seventeenth Street Bethune-Cookman College, will be host ata
wide leadership among Negro home dinner meeting this week-end for the
\ citizens. In most communities, of Barbara Harper for the first
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committee for Bethune's annual
planning
opportunities! -opportunity) for meeting of the season.
I': f r "' ., education and experience in Kathryn Robinson and Lucille ,Johnson football game played in the Gator Bowl.
:,4. ., I community participation has \ were special guests. The affair is scheduled to be held at the

I j"j consistently With the passage been refused.of the Civil Daisy Gil I lard Emma L. George and Heart of Jacksonville Motor Hotel.

Ii i Rights Act of 1964, and the F\ Geraldine HI 11 lard were top scorers In The Bethune-Cookman Wildcats will I meet

II I, \ Voting Rights Bill of 1965, opportunity 'the bridge session while Pauline Davis the S. C. State Bulldogs in the Gator
will now be open for qualified for the consolation award. Bowl October 29 in what promises to be an
t participation by minority mem- Doris Bennett Oliver Pearl interesting slght'for spectators. Football -
6' Dorothy
bers In community planning and Clothes do not make the girt ,
l .1r Ats'r.. activities. As a result of this but a Girl Scout who wears Mackey Norma White Celestine Nicks I fans are looking forward to the event

:. lly. Il' long-awaited opportunity! It them is part of a program that Sara Lovette and, Ann Monroe, were among with renewed' (interest since the bulldogscame
1.1 14 J t ; became essential that there be brings out the best in her. other Kevigettes present. out victorious in their recent: ,
U" ,," corresponding opportunity for 'Sandra Baker, daughter of Mr. encounter with the' FAMU Ratters.
J" potential participants to have and Mrs. John Baker and patrol .....***..**
of 226 Mt.Ararat Enthusiasm is also mounting in thc.arn::
the training, orientation and leader Troop ,
', : experience to prepare them to Baptist Church Is wearing the Zenith Bridge Club's representative of the Jacksonville Alumni Associationof ,
I be effective members of the correct cadette scout uniformof ,, EstherDenson was first prize winner of Bethune-Cookman College and among
.. : ; \: :'; community. If this Is not done, olive green skirt and badge the bridge division of the Bridge-Whist Bulldog Boosters in the city.
tA i participation, as such, will become sash; white blouse; green beret tournament held last Friday evening in the
t: !' .:: a mere sham.There would and tie; brown shoes; stockingsand Knights of Pythias Building on Broad .....00f0M0
appear to be a need for general white gloves
education and specific training The Scout uniform stands for Street. Joyce Wynn was first place in Attention fashion-minded men and women 1 .
weekly trip to the hairdresser is a Including.! sisterhood, scouting Ideals and the whist division. Mark this date on your calendar ; Friday ,
wonderful luxury but daily care Is essential outdoor life Other bridge winners were Elizabeth
October 21. What's happening on that
for beautiful hair. Our model Women's Day Group Redding, L'Allegro; Julia Brooks, Feminae date? That's the day the Alpha Kappa
must shampoo her hair often has New BrideMRS. Gravjtiae ; Les Elite Club; and Ann EBONY FASHION
Sorority
presents
Alpha
discovered an unusual beauty secret. .. Slates Fashion ShowThe Lambert, an Individual competitor. FAIR COLORBAUO a traveling fashion show

using gentle baby shampoo which Is especially Women's Day CommR3x; Mae Carol Bridgewater and Alex Cone for charity. You'll I see the latest in
Memorial AME Church were other whist winners.
kind to straightened hair. of Grant
world famous
fashions by designers, worn
(Photo flv Johnson & Johnson ) will sponsor a fashion show Doris Bennett Zelma
.-Sunday In the church. Some of Johnson Mr. and by EBONY'S beautfful high-fashion models 1
Block Private Names the leading dressed women In Mrs. Alex Cone, Rut I edge Pearson don't' forget the date Friday, October 21 ,
Newspaper the city participate.. Mrs Elizabeth Jasmin Ann Lambert Esther 8:00 P.M. Exhibition Hall I Civic Audi-

Ownership Bill Emma Morgan will serve as Denson and Lillian Pauline were recipi- torium. Make your reservations now by
Official To Staff narrator. ents of door prizes. Mrs. Pauline
*
354-3185 for tickets and infor-
NASSA Miss calling
lPI-A bill in the Mrs. Elnora Hemby,
Bahamian House of Assembly MEMPHIS -(NPI)- The Commercial Maggie B. Mitchell will serve : Incidentally is a former jaxon now mation.

which would place television re- Appeal has named as dean of hostesses. residing' in New York City.
diffusion rights Into private George E. Hardin, public Information The tournament sponsored by Gems Bridge I Beauticians
bands has been shelved tempor- officer at North Ladies Of Leisure Club, was for the benefit of the NAACP Incomparable Ladies City
arUy In a committee. Reason Carolina Cillege, to Its staff.
given for the withholding of final Hardin, former acting manager 'Observe AnniversaryThe and its forthcoming State Conference. of Club To SponsorGet Meet Monday
action Is that reports have reached Peninsula Bureau, Norfolk Ladies of Leisure Social. r I Branches. The group will I I convene here
committee members that the Journal and Guide, Newport and Saving: Club will observeIts October J3-I6 with headquarters at the TeaThe All beauticians and clubs' of:
News, Va., was to resign his Acquainted the city are asked to meet
cost quoted Is higher than it 15th anniversary: Oct. 17 at Mayflower Hotel. Clara
Monday 10:00 a.m. at
would ordinarily be. college post. 8 '.m., in Mt. Sinai Baptist GERALDINE! B. MYERS Tickets are now on sale for the two Incomparable Ladies Club White Miss 3n uillh I1t<:r6lJWs:
Church, 6th and Lee Streets. will a Get AcquaintedTea
events of the meeting musical sponsor Ashley Shaft.We t.
a
enter-
The club with the tar ...UII1'.nr Mr. and Mrs. James Oliver, Sunday In Greater Payne
of members in club colors 4848 Mississippi Ct. announce tainment Friday evening October IU, at AME Church from 4 to 6 p.m. a:e planning a project for
will receive a prize.St.Stephen's the marriage of their daughter, Civic Auditorium; a banquet Saturday, The participants are t Mrs. Mercy Home. Y"uropinionwillbe
Women Geraldine Patricia Byers to October 15, at the Duval County Armory. Norma Lee Clark,Mrs. Pearlle all helpful. It is important that

Ttick-tock..tick-tock... Freddie Lee Myers, son of Mr. The, two Adderly brothers, Nat and "Cannon" Mae Robinson, Mt. Olive Trio, Mrs.shop Callie owners Cone,be President present.
and Mrs. Sam Myers, 1622 Louris Bruce Mrs.
Present Hair ShowThe ball" are slated to receive the Miss City-Wide Beauticians League.I' .
Johnson St., which took place Celestine Wcye, Mrs. Mary
the Bourbon that
Women of Allen of St. Sept. 29, 1966 In Folkston, Ga. "Favorite I Sons" award during I the even- Nealey, Mrl.I.osa Lee Pridgen,
Stephen AME Church will pre- Geraldine Is a graduate of ing. Sylvester King,Barrel Singers, GIVE TO FIGHT

didrft Patch the clock! sent a hair at style 8 and,fashion In the William Raines, class of '66. Mrs. Johnny Wheeler is chairman of the Miss Helen Felix, Miss Thelma MULTIPLESCLEROSIS
show Sunday: p.m. Mr. Myers will be stationedIn committee Jean Simmons, Miss Willie c.
...,.,. educational building, featuring Virginia. making plans for the state Morton Mrs. Emily Green,
and meeting.
exotic hair styie", wigs
Mrs. Rosa Lee King, Mrs. The great cripplerof '

.. Muy fashions.- --- -- -- -- **...*****.. Helen B. Bruce and Rev.. LA.K1g. ,young adults
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memorial A Travelogue AME Church Tea ,will featuring be sponsored Mrs. Thelma Oct. 18 Argett In Grant, Instructor WEDDING) ifllj .4MWMY"............\......................1..1 Mtta.to '.111'111.. .1.._. '
,
____ :
at James Weldon Johnson Sj.'ilTil
Edwin Donald Reed, 1097 W.
\ ,' Kentucky's finest Bourbon activity Is In interest of the Women's Day celebration. State St., 24 and Annette Miller,
Mrs. Esther Milton. and Mrs. Doris Smith are program chair- 1168 W. Beaver St., 20.
men.
*******.
Richard McQueen Jr., 2054 W.
The Semi-Civic Social Club will sponsor Its annual Fall 15th St., 30 and Dannette Marie _
Tea Oct. 16 in the lower u nit of Mt. Sinai Baptist Church. Wright, 1569 W. 36th St., 21. fI
******** ;

The Orchid Ladles Social Club will sponsor its annual Fall Lee Marshall Moreland 1549W
7 Tea Oct. 16 at 4 p.m., in the home of Mrs. Daisy Johnson, ,26th St.,19 and Dyuthla Oliva.
1443 W. 6th Street. Perry, 5806 Begonia Rd., 19.
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.& )'cars A Rainbow Tea will be sponsored by districts of Abyssinia Charles Edward Phelps, Jr.,
old Baptist Church Sunday at 3:30: p.m. Rev. Johnnie Lee Saunders 8015 Pipit Ave., 22 and Mattie
will be the speaker. Alice Anthony, 385 Spruce St.,
.......... 17.

Rabia Court 25, Daughters of Isis, will sponsor Its annual
Homecoming Tea Oct. 16 from 3 to 5p.m., in the home of Mrs. Harold O'Neal Amos, 1786 E.
Janie Mendel on West Monroe'Street. 26th St., 20 and Sarah Alice i t'M
************ Parker, 422 E. 27th St., 18.
a
Bertha Comer 98 International Eastern Star will sponsor a
Guest Tea Sunday from 4 to 6 p.m., In Moncrief Baptist Charles Lee Chester, 2096 Mc-
Church. Quade St., 24 and Lucille Coope -
Usher Board 2 of First New Zion Baptist Church will sponsora 2096 McQuade St., 19.
Spiritual Tea Sunday from 4 to 6 p.m., in the home of Mrs
Mary Lee Adams, 2710 W. 45th Street.a.a.r.aa. Bernard Leroy Thomas,1817 W.
29th St., 22 and Barbara Jean

A Parish Tea will climax the financial drive for.the benefit of Grant. 2578 Spirea St., 21.

St. Pius !Parish Sunday at the Myrtle Avenue Branch Public .
Library from 4 to 6 p.m.
Mrs Gwendolyn Chandler, librarian at Haydon Burns Library, It Covers Gray Hair
Art and Music Department, will be the speaker.She will review.
the book, "Everything That Rises Must Converge,"by Flannery Wm..J. Brandt's Liquid
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PACE 4 STIR FAFEIS SATU1IAY OCTIIEI 1.1J.I

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Election To Be Held Awarded Honorary DegreePresident Neil Blind Appears TWO MINUTES


CHURCH NEWS For 4-H Officers f la Organ Recital
; emu nrE BIBLE
.
Heal Bland, organist of the
The Dxval County 4-H Club .
'
ar CORNIUUI I. IUM Mil.MIIAN .
--- Council will -hold Its first meet* \ : .,.'1J/J Male Chorus and United Choirs 11111 MCNTVCMKAOO
Ing Saturday, October 15 at'.00 .. .. .. .i a; at St. Stephen AME Church,will HUN Oil *O.U / f
Choir $ of MU Sinai Baptist Church will observe its 11th a... at OM 4-41 Park locatedat <(;' ;:i ti..o be presented la a musical recital -
anniversary Sunday at 1 p.m., in tte church aadttorfam. the corner otFfrstdeetandMcDuff Sunday from 4 to 6 p.m.,
PAUL THE MASTER-BUILDER
Mrs. Mary Harper.Wa1' and Means chairman, will preslfle. Avenue The delegate in me church auditorium.

A program will to presented will elect one outstanding 4Rgirl The program is being sponsored board In- In I Car 3:10: the Apontle Paul lihed upon Christ as God'
by the budget an
and boy who graduatedfrom r declare by divine Inspiration! noinied Son (Messiah means "
WALTERS MEMORIAL high school in 19M to the ,.j' interest of time Women's Day "According to the grace of God pointed"). an
Rev. H. C. Archie pastor at Walters Memorial AMI Zion 4-H Club Hall of Fame. The ,. celebration, which has been wine with
which I. given unto me, a* a But the raising
announced that Elder W. /. Limbric will nominated June Howard scheduled for Oct 23.TU up of ptu'
Church presiding girls are
., (instructed) mauler-builder, I have God began to (form "the
close the fourth quarterly conference for the Ita... year Ginger Hlnte and Dale '" artist wilt render spiritual Church:
: l bid the foundation and another hich is Christ's
w
Oct. 16 at 7 p... Delegates will also to elected to lilt annual Porter. The boys nominated .. ; *, aslcs! aoml-cUs' .' ,'"" ,, gospel selections Woodrow buildeth thereon But let every man 23; Col. 1:24,25)), This i. Ilk
conference. are Larry Keen and Ronald i >"- :: ::t. take heed how he buildeth there Church of
Smith today, and it (
Kohn and Miss Vonceil is foundednot
Services Sunday begin with the Sunday School at 9.30: a.m., Case. ,,', "
Miss Amy Mortland presiding. The pastor will review the Immediately following tteCouncil 6j.i: 1 will be pest soloists. upon. on Christ as King, but ai tht
.; '; He will be supported by the In what sense wat Paul thema.ter exalted Lord: and Head of the "
lesson, "Judgment on Ungodly Living. ...tlle. Omcers'Training ;" on*
: -buider of the Church and body" (I Cor. .
Morning service begins at 11 dclockwUatbtputor! In chart School will be con Male Chorus United Choirs.Mr. 12:13))
At 2 P.... Stewardess Board 1 will meet with Mrs. Millie ducted. All officers of tte local .-' Bland Is a member of the what "foundation"/ did U lay Paul does not present Christ a,

Thomas presiding. At 7 p.m., an appreciation program will be girls' and eo,,' 4-H Club armed i; faculty at Stanton Vocational Did he not himself ay that "other )Messiah but as Lord. In Rom
Choir Iud School aDd Is active In other foundation can no man lay than 10:9 he declares:
rendered for Rev. A. E. Odem,uaoclat. pastor.) to attend.
Usher Board) 1 will serve with Mrs. Anal Mae Davis at the The presidents and Vce presidents ,.... ortanisatlou In the city. that U laid; which li Christ Je.ui'PYea "That if thou shall confess wit,
instrument\ claw will be taught by Alias Clarke will serve u he did-and In this Very passage thy mouth Jesus as LORD, mdstialt
Mis Pearl Stiles County master of eennonles, and will He sought to lay no other believe in thine heart that

CHURCH OF COD Health Department, and Mrs. be introduced by Mrs Margie foundation than Christ but God God hath raised Him from the
Youth Day will be observed Sunday throughout the day to the Sandra Jonas UJ1JtaDt Home Aliens McClendon. Hostesses has chosen him to proclaim: Christ dead thou shall be saved" Again

Church of Cod In Christ 4 with Mrs. Norms Bell, supervisor. Economics Agent; secretaries erring will be members of the in a new way in I Cor. I2J: "No man can say
In charge according to Elder W. F. Faust pastor. and treasurers Miss Sarah Fasiicoette Modeling and Sa,- Some years previous our Lord that Jesus the LORD, but by (the
Services begin with the Sunday School at fc30...,with David Andersoni assistant Home Economics IDes Club Mrs Hrfhie: Mae had a.ked Hi. disciples: "Whom Holy Spirit And again in Jhil*

Faust, youth superintendent! charge. Morning servla begins Agent; game and soar Deal, president. say ye that I am," and Peter had 2:9-11: he declares that God 'has

at 12 o'clock with the young adult choir and ushers serving leaders Miss Virginia Wood* instantly replied: "Thou art the highly exalted Christ and given
Miss Doris Faust and Karen Faust will preside at tile instru a frinf Home Economics Greater Payne Ushers Christ (Messiah), the Son of the Him a name above every name

ments. Agent and the City Recreation: living God" (hint 16:16): ). This is "that every tongue should confeu

TPWW will begin at T P.... with Deacon Walker West to Department; and reporters Osenre Anniversary how believers in general had recognized that Jesus Christ LORD, to the
charge. The Flower Club win sponsor a pineapple sip Sunday Mrs. Bessie J. Canty. resistant Leopold Sedar Senghor (right) ot Him at that time (John 1:49: ; glory of God the Father,"

from 4 to 8 P..., with Mrs. Charlotte Dancy in charge. Home Ecoaooilcs Agent. the Republic: of Senegal is awarded the Usher Board 2 of Greater 6:69> : ; 11:27; 20.31): Indeed. the Have you confessed Him ai your
4-ffers that will 'to participating Pipe AME; Church will celebrate Messianic kingdom was to be estabPAUL Lord and Savior?
in the program and honorary degree of Doctor of Humane Let- Its 19th anniversary
THI E PATTERN
Waynsi Chapel ass ttng with the( classes will ters by' Acting Howard University Presi- Mowfcy at I p.m., in the church

be Lane Hartley. Terry dent Stanton L.. Worm!ley during a'special auditorium. No conversion in sacred history, He might make Paul, not only the

AME Observe Aiiivarsiry Floyd, Linda Simmons, Jerry convocation at Howard last week. In his Mrs. Helen Brae will have I. given so much attention. that t herald, but the living example oi

Han. Patricia Weston, Martha acceptance speech President I Senghor declared charge of the program. The of St. Paul. Besides the many "the exceeding riches of His grace'
Mean Day win t to observed throughout Sunday for Waymzu Summerstn, Sandra Henry and that the American Negro should be participants are: Choirs 1-2. references to it, we find three detailed to sinners. Paul himself natal:
O>apel AME Church, Southslda u i N LUliu: Sounders Community Gary IUgtD otIJaIII. Mrs. WllhemenU! Hampton, account. of it in the book ofActs. f f "And I thank Christ Jesus
our
Center on White Avenue and Bartlev Street.- a conscious and constant militant to pro- Mrs. Annie Mae Griffin, Mrs. As Saul of Tarsus, the learned Lord ,for ,putting me into lilt

Herbert Wright Is chairman;f to Joiners, Rev. G. W. Smith; SBA Approves Loans ject his past culture retain his dignity W. Baldwh Mrs. Alberta pharisee, he had led hi. n.tionand i ministry ; who was before

Otis Barnes, co-chairman;CQ- offertory; words of appreciation and express pride in his history his Pearson Miss Paulette the world in rebellion against t BLASPHEMER AND A PER.

bert Wright Jr., secretary;, Otis Barnes; remarks Totalling 1,532.250Daring heritage and: his past contributions to .Uchardsoo, Mrs. E. Drewery God and the Lord Jesus Christ SECUTOR, AND (INJURIOUS
Johnny Floyd, treasurer William Choir 1 Mt. Salem Baptist
; ;
benedict ton. the civilization of the universe. St. Luke says: "As or Saul, he but'I 1 obtained mercy, because I
Drayton Sr. and Mrs. Celestlne
Henry Samuel
Youth Hoar at 100: p ju, Gory the thret-mmttIperloct Bryant, made havock: of the church" (Acts8J i did it Ignorantly! and in unbelief
Elliot finance Ernest ,
Robin- Vera Robinson
; HaU presiding. Opeamg hymn; ended September 30,the Jack- Way, Mrs. ). The belevers at Damascus i AND THE GRACE OF Ol'R
S.M, music; Eugene Arnold Sr., scripture, Basil Watts; prayer sonrills Regional Office of the Miss Gloria Singleton Mrs feared Saul's them,, LORD WAS EXCEEDING
presence among
program; and Gary Hall, youth solo, Gregory Turner;welcome Small Business Administration Laveni Hall and others.Pentecostil saying; "Is not this he that destroyed ABUNDANT This is a faithful
program. :::J
1 Altar Call I :
address A. Reid loans total which saying, and .
Sunday School at 9:30 am.. ; response approved' thirty-two Church them called on this i worthy of all .ccept.tie .-
Deacon Carlton Cherry guest Vincent Taylor; instnmeoUl ling 11.332.%50.00 SBA name at Jerusalem (Acts 921): )., >n, that CHRIST JESUS.CA
superintendent Samuel solo, Johnny Bryant; totrojtactloo Regional Director Douglas! EMcAQlster Services Announced Paul himself later testified: "Manyof INTO THE WORLD TO SATE
; Morris Bjr Emory Paris, D. D.
I
of speaker, Albert Jones; announced: today.. g. the saints did I shut up in prison SINNERS, OF WHOM I AM I
guest teachers secretary.Hutchie James Guest,1 offering Roland Wright and Most of the loans,twenty-are,. POWER, POWER SYEBYWHERE; ", BUT... Pentecostal Church of God in .and when they were put to death, CHIEF. HOWBEIT FOR THIS
: ,I "We don't want any riots here admonished an elderly Negro Wn.3.ah
Samuel Collins and Joseph Gilbert Wright; acknowledge- hailing 1380450.000, Yeremade Christ Jesus 1553 I gave my voice(voteaganst] them"Acts CAUSE I OBTAINED MERCY
woman who proffered this advice over the phone to me after
Rich irson. The lesson will be 1 meat of visitors Gary Hall; by backs in participation Street ( 26:10). ,beyond measure, THAT IN ME FIRST JESL'SCHRIST
hearinf :about a rather mild and orderly civil rights demonstration 10:30
reviewed by CrawUy Ellis.Remarks remarks, benediction. with SBA. lamiatt. Sunday School: a.m., I persecuted the church of God and MIGHT SHOW FORTH

by Ernest L. Robinson. Processional Evening worship Southside 7:15: Male pjn, The Jacksonville Regional Office At about wu n mis time authorities in Atlanta were accusing StokelyCarmlcnael Morning worship Elder Wattle at 12:00: Martin noon. wasted. it(laid it u&ll'l") (Gal 1.13): ALL LONGSUrFERING. FOR A
serves 43 counties in Speaker .
PATTERN TO
Morning 11:15 There must have been an important THOSE WHO
worship
a.m. of violence Is bis efforts to arouse the
fnrnint1rc
Chorus and call to
ushers; worship Florida consisting of all the AndYPUat6JOp.m. SHOULD .
Processional Southside Male reason! why God saved this HEREAFTER BELIEVE
conscience of to there.
Chorus and ; opening hymn; Invocation western and northern counties people protest Night worship 8:00 p.m., rebel leader. it that ON HIM TO LIFE E\'EKLASTING"
Clearly was -
ushers. Call to
In between what to be two extremes nave the
appears you
Deacon D. selection Rev. Japson Pastor,
Joyoer; and portions of central Floridathrough speaker. ; .
(I Tim. .
1.12.16))
G. B. Merrltt :
worship pastor Uncle Thomas Negro and the Do-Gooder White Liberal who keep
chorus .nHJi1 i *jddress Oscar Lee Gates
; Hernando, Sumter, Bishop>> ,
for the day.1Docat1oa. Deacon yelling to I high Heavens "Let's settle this at a conference
Elliot A.. .
Hairy and Counties.
; r.spoDIt. l&te. Orange
Emory Howard selecOM "
; table. Of
BTU Day Spring
Jenkins; nclectlan, chorus; Small concerns Interested or
HEATING
chorus; welcome address, Also In between Is human Inertia. Residual within this vast war l"llu' fiREPLACE( "Elft.(
Elder Calhoun Williams
scripture, In need of long-term financing
Sheppard Johnson; response, ID decalogue missionary assistance segment of humanity are latent resources that are needed to Sponsors Autumn Tea OIL C"lIi'U..y I
; ; or management
Melvin Anderson; selection, offering; announcements, should contact SBA's Regional do more than a conference table can accomplish "and with. a The BTU of Dar Spring Hap S..II..II al"Cnlu COAL
C..II
chorus; scripture Rev. J. L. sanity that Is br more effective than violent riots.
Herman Slngletary; Introduction Office at 47 West Foriyth St, tist Church will sponsor an
Sanders t AL4SEA50:\S ICE & FLTL
; decalogue; mission- of speaker. Rev. G. W. Jacksonville, Florida 32202. A Recently, an AME bishop made an appeal for "re Ja1oua Autumn Tea Sunday from 4 to '"' NOIWooD Art ,
Deacon ell T4' it
sir offering. William!
; '., Smith; consecration hymn; representative of SBA is also power. Apparently there has not been too much response to 6 p.m., In the home of Mrs.I
Jam Toombs; ftnounccments, WU- speaker Elder I. E. Williams,. available for conferences at such an appeal. Now the question Is whether"religious power"Is W.M. lie Kelton. 1014 Barnett
Taylor; Introduction ofspeaJa. u potent u preachers have been boasting from their pulpits. '
Church of God in Christ,Soutt- tile Chamber of Commerce m Street.
eoncecratloa. 33.. W. SmtIa. side; selection chores; Orlando on Wednesday: of each It it does have the potency that could be applied against the Mrs Virginia Collette Martin You. DOl' t Have To Go To Town Tc Get

fiew. .. c. hymn; sneaker: Ml, Invitation to Joiners Rev. G. week and once each month! at problems Inherent In a racist society then why hasn't It been will be the speakerOtherpartJclpants
Bannermaa amused and put to work?
Moriah AME Church W. Smith; offering financial tilt Chambers of Commerce in are: Mrs. Myrtle
; guest soloist report presentations words There Is no power In the apologetic> Insipid, mild-mannered Means Mrs Alice Johnson
Amos invitation Tallahassee, Panama City, and LOW PRICESDRUG
Ealey; "word" from most of
.of appreciation. Pensacola. preached America's "white" pulpits. Mrs. Lola Dawklns Rev W.P.
There Is no power in the emotion-rousing, whooping! and hollering Smith, Miss Thyra Felton Mrs.i
preaching ((7)) that comes from most of America's F.L. Johnson and Mln: :UladysQrappa. STORE 'NEEDST
"Negro" pulpits Is this to say that there Is really no :: ..
I "religious power" available at such a time of crisis?
NOW! There's too many complacent and apathetlcal whites and *.. r ad. With Your Neighborhood Drug S tor eWE
Negroes saying "We don't want riots WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADV. IN YOUR LOCAL
4 LOCATIONSTO any who are not doing Bargains Galore
SERVE YOU anything to help cure the Ills that breed riots. I: : tions.Papers. We Deliver We also fill all Doctors Prescrip

Perhaps now IS the time to call a National Conference on
3111 W. E..o"I". Religious Power if Indeed some such power can be found and Shop Red Shield f I :

3701 EMERSON get to wort on racism so thatwe can get on to other things that Family Thrift Store.

might make of this nation something great and honorable for for Bargains on; Dixie Pharmacy
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| IW >V M %I I'HUI- 1124 WEST BEAVER continued Black Power-White Power struggle will only ,
destroy the nation. Meanwhile proponents of Religious Power .R e f r igerators, :
boast some kind of connection they have with "divine" power T.V.'s' Radios 1302 Kings Road At Myrtle) Arem

CHUCK that supposedly aid and abet human power. Clothing Shoes It

CREEDS OR DEEDS? Jetc.: eWe Phones Elfin 555979*
SAVE tribute I've neardpald to a Negro by a white
The highest ever l have It
3QcLBe man was when the Rt., Rev User. John J. Egan said that a just about

ROAST ZOo LB. person Is "more li'nl.0: recognize! Christ..ln Martin Luther ._ everything for'your: PAY YOUR
King than In the Nicene catechism." home It LIGHT WATER

Msgr. Egan, director: Office of Urban Affairs, Roman Cath. It
olio Arhdlocese of Chicago so cited Dr. King, speaking at the .* 1504 KINGS! lOAD It AND TELEPHONE BILLS AT OUR STORE

NattODallDlS lDt.r-AmerlcaD CatecbeUca1 Coarress.Pittsburgh. .
:CHUCK Leading Into this statement the Catholic leader noted that :: 310 FLORIDA AYE. :

It is "very difficult to recognize Christ In doctrine and formula -
CLB STREET :
AKSl4 9 In dogma and ethics." Such an appraisal of the stateof J 91 PAil
the church and the state of man hits at the very heart of our It
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current human problem. t ASHLEY ST.It.

Churches, denominations religions and sects built upon some It
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I Kllg's Warnlllg Of "Hard Days Atlanta Life LaudsIts Elementary Education Interns 'Religion And Race

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CHARLOTTE, N.C.-Spurred nowOTfitJf by NEriRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL
by Martin Luther King's warn-' addressed the Commission a- F. Cooke Jr., of Lubbock, "hawwau *- ing that there are "hard day.ahead" long with Dr. King. Texas was recently awarded ft CHANGED" HIS WAYSWASHINGTON
in the civil rights move Mr. William P. Thompson, the Hornsby Trophy by the i -(NP1)-A 24-year old ex-leader of the Harlem
ment the United Presbyterian Stated. Clerk General of the denomina.tion' told National Insurance Associationfor M big'MalWlilt' Mp;t 8CIle r MN 41 "fir 1 Lords gang In New York, took the pulpit at Radio Music Hall
Commission on Religion and Assembly, exceptional performance in' last week as principal speaker during the three-day evangel.
Race has initiated a large-scale the opening session that while the field of Life Insurance and lttlttl'tt--'l.1/' rim istic crusade sponsored by the Capital Crusade for Christ,
the had .
retooling of its operations. church a century ago for leading all others in this Evangelsist Tom Skinner testified that "the power of Christ
The Commission voted pie, the" concept providing Negroes class In qualifying for ; guided me ont of my entanglement with the gang."
40 acres and, a mule" the
this award. ANSWER TO BLACK POWER
liminary of
approval a plan to
place further emphasis on current, need is for "notjnule He has served as District NEW YORMNPl-An( Impassioned plea for support of the Child
specialized work in the South power, out votng power; not Manager of Atlanta Life Insurance epT:1t.&j Development Group in Mississippi was made by board member!
40 _
acres but a decent
the metropolitan sections of the regated place, to live."He unseg-noted Company for fifteen years Atty. Marian Wright before the Board of National Miss ',rs,
and a member of their United Presbyterian Church last week. She maintained mat
North and the West. The change !
that "We must not delude our-
Presidents Club Twelve out of DOM's "Is the one answer to the of black 'i -.
also calls for addition of a staff selves..the ahead will be program cry pow
person to concentrate work'with long and torturous"way and that fifteen years. Mr. Cooke holds : & which stems from the hopelessness of people."
the SpanUh.sp II kin g church member must be menOership in the National Insurance CHINCHES< AT FAULTGRENADAMissNPIThe
minority.The every stimulated to keep at the task Association, the half : : bier C.B.burt of the local Mth<,-
Commission meeting of racial justice and reconciliation. Million Dollar Club, the dist church blamed the churches last Sunday "for riot tai\ ,,n
which ended Thursday was held National Association of Life active role to prepare the people and forestall violence that pa-

here in observance of the 100th Dr. King termed United Underwriters, the South Plains ted neighbor against neighbor and whites against Negroes......."
anniversary of Presbyterianwork Presbyterian support of his Association of Life Under- He was referring to the violence which broke 'Mi r en O":?;'
in this of writers and the Texas Assocla-* children Integrated white schools.
part the United Southern Christian Leadership p
lion of Life Underwriters. BAC INTEGRATION
States. Dr.
addressed
King an Conference "of inestimable 1q
He received the "Leading ; WINSTON-SALEM N.C.-Seventy-five clergymen attending a
audience o f nearly 5,000 at a value" but cautioned that "the ; ,
public program held In connection plant of freedom has grown only Producers" trophy in May upon ... ___, iT" M'- meeting of the Forsyth County Conference on Religion,Fear: an"
completing the L. U. T. C. Life unanimously approved a statement
with the Commission's a bud and is not yet a flower." Community urging"ity-:
sessions. "We have guided missiles and Course. Mr. Cooke's successC. FAMU INTERNS ---Left to right Eleanor Broxton Largo ; Dorothy county school !boards to Intensify efforts for a racially jite-

Plans for future emphases misguided men." He said in a Watson Detroit Mich. Erma Bartow Mrs. J. 0. grated system of school constrj.l.on, instr,:Uon and mpil':
the ; Long, ; Bailey assignment. The ministers/ noted that "one of the -.IH-M' ,
highlighted Commission's
business meetings. Among the ., land"wall where to wall some carpets people, others have college I coordinator of elementary education Interns; Bess Kirnes, tragedies would be the erosion. of the quality of education w'u'

actions were approval of grants have wall to wall rats." St. Petersburg; Veda Spralding, Tallahassee; and Eleanor Hudson all young people receive;

totalling $49,500 to assists a Alluding to recent concerns New York, N. Y. Back row, left to right Charles Kelly, East WRONG IMAGE

variety of religion "and race about Negro violence he declared Bradenton; James Thompson Fort Knox Ky; Joan Cupont Cuincy; NEW YORK-OfWpfte': United Church of Christ was accused ,'
projects across the country. that "somebody must and Jorge ,Arenas Tampa. projecting the "image of an all-whlte denomination" instead'/
,
Also approved was the expansion have sense enough to meet "bringing more racial diversity to our staffs,board;, ()mm.,.
of a highly successful physical force with soul force r 3.: >n and ecumenical delegations. The cthav: ': _i ,.nad by the
voter registration program in and that is why I still believe Area 2 Rights Rev, w. Sterling Cary, retiring executive of the denomination's
Mississippi.The non-violence Is still the most Arkansas Teachers, Committee for Racial Justice Now. He added, "We must find
registration work financed potent force available to the Serviceman Leaders Will 'ways to establish congregations which, by their diversity, reflect -

through gifts from two United Negro people...!! every Negroin Principal Wins Case e! SAN ANTONIO, Tex. -Airman the oneness of humanity."
Presbyterian laymen was described the United States turns to Willie L.Terrell,grandsonof
as highly successful in violence, I will stand by myself To Be Rehired Mr. and Mrs. William C. Appear JointlyIt Althrough Elected, Julian Bond
getting Isolated and fearful with Jack I
one lone voice Swan of 2003 W. 17th St., was announced today by the
Negro citizens on the voting Of black power he sid, "We ST. LOUIS Mo. Seven sonville, Fla.,has been selectedfor The Reverend Doctor William Still May Not Be SeatedATLANTA
rolls. The effort school teachers and their principal '
expanded using must come to see that the need technical training at Lowry 'L. Bently, Pastor of the Emmanuel
the balance of funds from in America Is not for black all Negroes -won the AFB Colo., as a USAir Force Institutional Baptist -NPI-Jullan Bond dean.
I the initial gift is to continue power or white! power, but right last week to be rehired 'munitions specialist Church and Chairman of the faced further rejection by the Bond's slim margin contrastedwith
through the fall and winter striped power-of black and by the Arkansas: : school board Interfaith Interracial Council of. Georgia House of Representatives his hefty victory over Dean

;, months. white together. We are bound F. COOKE JR. which had fired them rather the Clergy (HCC),that Dr.Mar after winning another the year before.
Housing problems also got together whether we like it or story was based on the conceptof than allow them to teach white < tin Luther King and Mr. James nomination to a seat in the Dean charged that S:;Cr
:
attention with the Commission'sstaff not." "love" having sold over-one children. / Meredith will appear jointly in legislature.Bond workers helped in Bond's cam
Instructed to study pro Earlier the Rev. i.enjamin A. million dollars of Insurance This victory, which struck Philadelphia Sunday October who has expressed admiration paign, despite his '?signauu>
,
posals for the use of both Payton, the Executive Directorof and paying for seven hundredand down a pattern in many southern 9, 1966, 7 p.m. for the courage of from the student committee
government and church agency the National Council of seventy thousand dollars. communities which agree to Reverend Bentley,who founded draft card burners and opposedU. He expressed his hope that

II funds to provide homes for low Churches' Commission on Besides his platonic "love" integrate Negro pupils,was won a! and organized the IICC, the S. military policy in Viet Ralph Moore, a Republican,
income minority groups. Religion and Race, had told the for his clientele, friends and by attorneys of the NAACP sponsors of the visit of Dr. Nam, bas never retracted his would defeat Bond November.
Interagency action aimed at United Presbyterian group that neighbors, Mr. Cooke's first Legal Defense and EducationalFund .\ King and Mr. Meredith Indi views. But he resigned recently Regardless of who wins then,
,
: racial the Inc. (LDF). the Student Nonviolent Bond is not to be seated.A .
forestalling disturbances church "is at a crossroadand "love" and affection is most cried that they were being from likely
n in half a dozen key cities and a cannot go both ways at the manifest In his lovely wife, It was decided here by three ,' brought to Philadelphia so that Coordinating Committee, which three-judge federal paal upheld -
; project to encourage develop- same time," He expressed fear Vivian, an instructor in the Judges of the U. S. Court of PhIladelphians might have an has expressed similar views the Georgia House's denialof
ment of racially Inclusive that the church is getting tiredof Lubbock public schools, his two Appeals for the Eights Circuit. opportunity to hear their views and has become Identified with a seat to Bond, declaringthat
church were other proposals the civil rights movement and fine children, Jacquenette and The suit was brought by Clement and to give them their support. "black power," bis opposition to the
getting favorable responses. is "trying to find a way to get Charles in,aid his great Agencyand S. Smith and Margaret Bishop John D. Bright, Bishopof Bond resigned from SNCC selective service system was
High officials of the United I out." Clerical staff, from whence Sanders, teachers at L. V. WILLIE L. TERRELLThe the First District of the Met without explaining why He has 'legitimate grounds for the
Presbyterian Church and the come his constant source of Sullivan High School for airman recently hodist-Episcopal Church and continued, meanwhile, to espouse House to consider Bond unfit
National Council of Churches * inspiration and strength to to Negroes in Morrilton, Ark., completed basic I training at one of the founders of IICC, his views on the cation's 1 for office.
Teachers Association Lackland AFB Tex. His and draft policies. Bond at 26 faced the
i forward and build.Association. and the Arkansas new stated that the rally is being military age ,
Inc., of which Mr. school is part of the Air held at The Arena because of He won the! nomination by a prospect of becoming "an bid
; Names Smith and Miss Sanders are Training Command which provides 1,317 to 1,267 vote-a possible: politician" who will"neverfadtJ
WHEN YOU ARE ILL the numerous requests already
.., 0 members.The hundreds of specialized received from who' .indication, that.SNCC was notn away" as he continually meets
2 'J. ,TwonmOne: .Of Association Is the pro courses to provide technicallyrtratned.personpei ;persons t.:' behind him u much! as before. rejection in hlsefforttob come
to attend
.1.1 i ** .i 11 fVrYoU es i. I wished .. .
fessJooal organization which,..., for the ,' dUel opponent,itwas' Malcolm Georgia. legislator, "
Seek The W
Best Doctor I
Your Doctor Prescribes, :' 10 Ouisanding Men represents most of the Negro 1 nation's aerospace force .ss.s.p. Dean,I an Atlanta University
teachers In Arkansas.
Get Pharmacists CHICAGONPI) James B.
Experienced fa << hrv:( Specifically, the Court ruled
When Your Doctor Prescribes 34 director, Com
I vrw Twomey, that the Defendant: 3oird of
Orders. We Use Only The Best munity Renewal Foundation,hasbeen
Education reinstate the Negro
I Quality Drugs. named one of the Chicago
teachers if they are InterestedIn
Association of Commerce
C. E, BLACK Proprietor Junior and Industry's 10 "out. returning to the Morrilton

3 Reg 1 it. r e .d Pharmacists To Serve You standing Young Men of 1966.;' district.A .
teacher wishing to return
is also director,local
-..........-A COMPLETE LINE I 0 F-.........., development Twomey services division, "shall then be offered the first
]position for which he is so
Urban America, Inc., MARKETS
Cosmetics Rubber Goods. Candies Sundries headquartered at Washington, qualified In which a vacancy SUER
DOW! exists or hereafter
PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND.DELIVERED D.C.
the court ruled.
occurs
,
I honored for effective
He was
LDF attorneys also won damages -
Lilly's Drug Store use of existing laws and building for the teachers, thus THESE PRICES GOOD THROUGH SUNDAY AT EDGEWOOD AYE.
I codes in improving housing
entitling them to back pay lost
and in helping to provide :
by their dismissal.
: 1907 KINGS ROAD EL-3-8276 adequate hous ig for The Appeals Court concljljd

low-Iacome families j Its ?opinion! stating t it.was"grateful U.S. GOOD CHUCKROAST
for tne able oral argument -
I II Ii and briefs submittedby
counsel."
LDF Assistant Counsel
LB.49C
I Michael Meltsner handled the
case with assistance from Dig
rector-Counsel Jack Greenberg
and James Nabrlt in in New
York City LDF Cooperating
OPEN, FRIDAYS r TIL l 9 P.M. Attorneys John W. Walker and SMALL BAR-B-Q SIZESPARE

Harold Anderson of Little Rock

and George Howard Jr., of Pine
mm mm WASHERS
Bluff also participated.LDF RIBS 49TIDE
lawyers have won similar
I BicFamily cases in behalf of Negro LB.

teachers in North t Carolina,
I Size Tennessee, and Virginia.
I Another case is still pending in

WRINGERWASHER 0 Texas.
It was Director-Counsel
Greenberg who first Uuught PKG.25C

I the plight of the southern Negro REG.
teacher to public attention when
i I' he announced in May of 19C5
T99i that 500 North Carolina Negro
teachers were about to lose
BLUE PLATE
their jobs as schools integrated.LDF .
: I y litigation has done much
to contain that "trend of wholesale

dismissal emerging MAYONNAISE 45''
,I :) throughout the South" that was
I 'L. cited by Greenberg at that time. QT.

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CHURCH NEWS For 4-H OfficersThe ki Organ RecitalNeal

Duval County '-II Club ""J1(''; ;' .. .. \,;,.< !: ",", Bland, organist of,UK 1HE BIBLE '1
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Council will bold Its first meet- \ .i.. : .' .:'... .... #6.1.;: ': : Male Chorus and United Cholnat SV COIMIUUI IMAM PISA I. STAN*oairvCHICAOO Mil.
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Saturday October IS at 9.00 :" : 1i AME Church will
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Choir 3 o( Ut. Sinai Baptist Church will observe 1U 17tto a.m. at the 4-H Park, locatedat : ""Ii\'." '" ; l..F.\1. : .",i... ......'.. be presented In a musical reclUl -
anniversary Sunday at 3 p.m., In CM church awtttorlunv the corner of First Street and :..,.. .;;. _: i ,,( Sunday from 4 to 6 p.m.,
Mrs. Wry HarperWays! Means chairman, will presite. McDuff Avenue The delegates .........\,. : : In the church auditorium.The PAUL THE MASTERBUILDERIn
A program will be presented. will elect 4-H
one outstanding program is being sponsored -
I Cor. 3:10: the Apostle Paul lished upon Christ as God's I Inoinied
girl and boy who graduated by the budget board In m
WALTERS MEMORIAL from high school 1966 to the Interest of the Women's Day declare. by divine iiPipiration: Son (Messiah means yn.
Rev. H. C. Archie, pastor at Walters Memorial AME Zion 4-H Club Hall of Fame. The celebration which has been "According to the grace of Cod nointed").
Elder W. J. Llmbrlc will which ii given unto me, a* a wise But with the raising I
Church announced that presiding girls nominated are June Howard scheduled for Oct 23. up of Paul
fourth conference for the 1965-66 (instructed) maeter-builder, I have God began to form "the
close the quarterly year Ginger Hlnte and Dale The artist wilt render spirit Church
Oct. 16 at 7 p.m. Delegates will also be elected to the annual Porter. The boys nominated ia'wa ; uala, conference are Larry Keen and Ronald ul gospel selections.Woodrow buildeth thereon. But let every man 23; Col. 1:24,2S: ). This ,i the I
Services Sunday begin with the Sunday School at ISO bon. Kohn and Miss Voncell Smith take heed how he builcleth thereupon Church of today, and it is founded,
Miss Amy Moreland presiding. The pastor will review the Immediately following the a will be guest soloists.He ." : not on Christ a. King, but as the
lesson, "Judgment on Ungodly Living." Council meeting, Officers' will be supported by the In what tense was Paul the I exalted Lord and Head of the "on,
Morning service begins at 11 dclockwith the pastor In charge Training School will be con Male Chorus, United Choirs. mater-builder of the Church, and body" (I Cor. 12:13)).
At 2 p.m., Stewardess Board 1 will meet with! Mrs Millie ducted. All officers o! the local Mr. Bland Is a member of the what "foundation" did he lay Paul does not present Christ i,
Thomas presiding At 7 p.m., an appreciation program will be and Boys' 4-H Clubs ar faculty at Stanton Vocational Did he not himself say that "other Messiah, but a. Lord. In Rom.
rendered for Rev. A. E. Odem, associate pastor. Choir t and urged to attend. School and Is active in other foundation can no man lay than 10:9: he declare.:
Usher Board 1 will serve! with Mrs Annie Mae Davis at meInstriment. The presidents and vice presidents organizations In the city. that Is laid, which is Christ Jesus" "That if thou shall conCeAl with

class will be taught by Allen Clarke will serve as Yes, he did-and in this very par thy mouth Jesus as LORD, and
Miss Pearl Miles, County master of cermonles, and will ,age! He sought to lay no other shall believe in thine heart that
CHURCH OF GOD Health Department, and Mrs be introduced by Mrs. Marge foundation. than Christ but Cod God hath raised Him from the
Youth Day will be observed Sunday throughout the day In the Sandra Jones, assistant Home Albares McClendon. Hostesses ha. chosen him to proclaim ChristIn dead, thou shall be saved." Again,
Church of Cod in Christ 4 with Mrs Norma Bell, supervisor, Economics Agent; secretariesand serving will be members of the a new way. In I Cor. 12:3: : "No man can > I
in charge, according to Elder W. F. Faust,, pastor. treasurers Miss Sarah Fashionette Modeling and Savings Some year. previous our Lord that Je.u.l.I the LORD, but by (the ay
Services begin with the Sunday School at 9:30: a.m., with David Anderson; assistant Home Economics Club, Mrs. Kithle; : Mae had eked His disciples: "Whom Holy Spirit." And again in 1 Phil.
Faust, youth superintendent In charge. Morning service begins Agent; game and song ,Deal, president say ye that I am," and Peter had 2.9-11: he declare. thai God 'hai
at 12 o'clock with the young adult choir and ushers serving. leaders, Miss Virginia Wood, i instantly replied: "Thou art the highly exalted Christ and
given
Miss Doris Faust and Karen Faust will preside at the instru- assistant Home Economics Greater Payne Ushers Christ (Messiah), the Son of the Him a name above every name

ments. Agent, and the City Recreation living God" (Matt. 16:16): ). This is "that every tongue should con Cell
YPWW will begin at 7 p.m., with Deacon Walker West la Department; and reporters, Oserve AnniversaryUsher how believers in general had recognized that Jesus Christ is LORD to the
charge. The Flower Club will sponsor a pineapple sip Sunday Mrs. Bessie J. Canty, assistant Leopold Sedar Senghor (right,) of Him at that time (John 1:49: ; glory of God the Father."
from 4 to 6 p.m., with Mrs. Charlotte Dane, in charge.: Home Economics Agent. the Republic of Senegal Is awarded the Board 2 of Greater 669: ;; 11:27: :; 20.31):, ). Indeed, the Have you confessed Him as your I
4-H'ers that will be participating Payne AME Church will celebrate .Mruianir; ..;. _kingdom;...____ was to be e.tah- Lord and *.?!?,>
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honorary degree of Doctor of Humane Let-
in the and
program Its 19th anniversary
WaymaN
Chapel PAUL THE PATTERNNo
I
assisting with the classes will ters by Acting Howard University Presi- Monday at 8 p.m., In the church

be Liaise Hartley, Terry dent Stanton L. Wormley during a'speclal auditorium. conversion: in sacred history He might make Paul, not only the
AME Observe Anniversary Floyd, Linda Simmons, Jerry convocation at Howard last we I his' Mrs. Helen Bruce will have it given to much attention at that herald, but the living example of

Mens Day will be observed Hall, Patricia Weston, Martha acceptance speech President I benghor declared charge of the program. '111epartlc1pe.DtJ of St. Paul. Besides the manreferences y "the exceeding riches of Hn grace"
throughout Sunday for Waymaa Summersill Sandra and
Henry are: Choirs l-2, it, find three detailed sinners. Paul
to
himself
Chapel AME Church that the American Negro should bea to we said:
Southsidj At t u Lillian Sanders; Community
Gary Hlgglnhotham. Mrs Wllhemenia Hampton,
accounts of it in the book oActs. f "And I thank Christ
Center conscious Jesus
on White Avenue and Hartley Street. and constant militant to pro- our
Herbert Wright is chairman;)''to Loans ject his past culture retain his dignity Mrs Annie Mae Griffin, Mrs. A. Saul of Tarsus, the learned Lord .for .putting me into the
SBA W. Bald'.vlUrs.. Alberta
Otis Barnes co-chairman Gilbert .' Joiners, Rev. G. W. Smith; Approves pharisee, he had led his nation ministry; who was before
; offerbry words of appreciation and pride in his history his Pearson, Miss Paulette
Wright Jr. ; express and the world in rebellion against BLASPHEMER, AND A PER.
Johnny Floyd, treasurer, secretary; Wll-j;1 Otis Barnes; remarks, Totalling '1,532.250Durlne heritage and his past contributions to .tichardson, Mrs. E. Drewery, God and the Lord Jesus Christ SECUTOR AND INJURIOUS:

liam Drayton Sr. and Henry 1 benediction. the civilization l of the universe. Choir I, Mt. Salem Baptist; St. Luke says: "As or Saul, he but'I I obtained mercy, because I
Elliot, finance; Ernest Robin, Youth Hour at 3.00: p.m., Gary the three-month period Samuel Bryant, Mrs Celestine made havock of the church" (Acts did it ignorantly and in unbelief
sod, music; Eugene Arnold Sr., Hall presiding. Opening hymn ended September 30, the Jacksonville Waye, Mrs Vera Robinson, 8:3)). The belevers at Damascus AND THE GRACE OF OUR

program program; and Gary Hall, youth solo scripture, Gregory, Basil Turner Watts;;welcome prayer Small Business Regional Administration Office of the J Miss Lavenla Gloria Hall and Singleton others.Pentecostal ., Mrs. feared saying:Saul'"Is( not presence this among he that them destroyed ., ABUNDANT.LORD WAS EXCEEDING This is a faithful/
L :::: Altar r CallBy
address A. Reid
Sunday School at 9:30: a.m., Vincent, Taylor Instrumental; response. approved! thirty-two.loans total- Church them which called on this saying and worthy of all acceptation -
Deacon Carlton Cherry, guest solo ; ling .$1,532,250.00 SBA name at Jerusalem (Acts 9:21): ). that CHRIST j JESUS,CAME
superintendent Samuel Norris Johnny Bryant; Intrcduc? Regional Director Douglas E. himself later testified INTO THE
Paul WORLD
; lion of speaker, Albert Jones McAllister Emory G. Davis, D. D. Services Announced : "Manyof TO SAVE
; announced
guest secretary. Guests; offering Roland and today. POWER, POWER :EVERYWHERE!: BUT... the saints did shut up in prison SINNERS, OF WHOM I AM I
Wright
Most of the loans,twenty-five, Pentecostal Church of God ID
teachers: Hutchle James, "We don't want riots here admonished .and when they were put to death CHIEF. HOWBEIT FOR THIS
Samuel Gilbert Wright; acknowledge totalling $1,380,450.000, were any elderly Negro Christ Jesus, 1353 W Collins
and Joseph who I gave my voice[Ivote)against! them"AclI CAUSE I OBTAINED MERCY,
) ment of visitors, Gary Hall; made banks in woman proffered this advice over the phone to me after
RIch arson. The lesson will be by participation Street. ( 26:10)). ". THAT IN ME FIRST
remarks benediction. hearing about a rather mild and orderly civil rights demonstration : beyond measure JESUS
,
with
SBA. School 10:30 a.m.
reviewed by Crawley Ellis.Remarks Sunday: : CHRIST
was planned. I persecuted the church of God and MIGHT SHOW FORTH
Evening worship, 7:15: p.m The Jacksonville Office 12:00
at
Regional worship : noon.
Morning
by Ernest L. Robinson. Processional, Southslde Male serves 43 counties In At about this time,authorities in Atlanta were accusing Stokely Speaker Elder Mattle Martin wasted: it [laid it waste)"(Gal. 1:13): ). ALL LONGSUFFERING, FOR A
Morning worship, 11:15 a.m. Carmichael There must have been Important PATTERN TO THOSE WHO
Chorus and ushers; call to worship Florida consisting of all the of fomenting violence in his efforts to arouse the and YPU at 6:30 an
Processional p.m.
Southslde Male Invocation conscience of people to protest there.In reason why God saved this SHOULD HEREAFTER BELIEYEONHIMTOLIFEENER..
Chorus and ; opening hymn; western and northern counties Night worship 8:00: p.m.,
ushers. Call
to .
Deacon D. selection between what appears to be two extremes, you have the rebel leader. Clearly it was that
Joyner; and portions of central Florida speaker, Rev Japson Pastor,
for worship the day., G. Invocation B. Merrltt,Deacon pastor chorus; .n'.bm) address.flury through Hernando, Sumter, Uncle Thomas Negro and the Do-Gooder White Liberal who keep Bishop Oscar Lee Gates; LASTING" (1 I Tim. I 1:12: 16)).
Elliot; response, A. Lake, and Orange Counties. yelling to high heavens, "Lefs settle this at a conference
Emory Howard
; selactlj-i, Jenkins selection chorus table." BTU Of Day Spring a I
,
chorus ; ; Small concerns Interested or
; welcome address, scripture, Elder Calhoun Williams In need of long-term financing Also In between Is human inertia. Residual within this vast littnt, flRmlCE-HITU[ I
Sheppard Melvin Johnson; response, K; decalogue; missionary or management assistance segment of humanity are latent resources that are needed to Sponsors Autumn TeaThe OILftt I Us Yovf j I
Anderson; selection, I offering announcements do more than a conference table can accomplish .and with a 4.ii Oil COAL
Day'Spring
chorus Rev. ; hould contact SBA's Regional BTU of Baptist ]
; scripture J. L. "Cr.di.l CrJ
that
is far
Herman Introduction sanity more effective than violent riots.
Saunders decalogue mission Singletary: ; Office at 47 ,West Forsyth St., Church: will sponsor an.
; ; of speaker Rev. G. W. Recently, an AME bishop made an appeal for "religious ALUSESOVS: ICE &
v
%* ary offering Deacon William! Jacksonville, Florida 32202. A Autumn Tea Sunday from 4 to p Ini NOIWOOO AVI. FL'TLe1.
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Smith consecration power. Apparently there has not been too much to "
Toombsmouncements/ WO- ; hymn; representative of SBA Is also response 6 p.m., in the home of Mrs!
liam Taylor introduction, of speaker Elder J. E. Williams*, available for conferences at such an appeal. Now the question is whether"religious power" W.M. McKelton, 1014 Barnett'.
; Church of God in Christ,South- the Chamber of Commerce In Is as potent as preacher shave been boasting from their pulpits. Street. '
speak:, 3)/. 3. W. Smith
concecratlon hymn sneaker.; ; side; selection, chorus; Orlando on Wednesday of each If it does have the potency that could be applied against the Mrs Virginia Collette Martin You. Do n't Have To Go To Town TcG t t
Rev. J. C. Bannerman; Mt. invitation to joiners, Rev. G.' week and once each month at problems inherent in a racist society, then why hasn't it been will be the speaker.Other part
W. Smith; offering financial the Chambers of Commerce In amassed and put to work?
Morlah AME Church guest icipants are: Mrs. Myrtle
Ealey ; so report,, presentations words Tallahassee, Panama City, and There is no power In the apologetic, Insipid, mild-mannered. Means Mrs Alice Johnson,
.lolatqAmos ; invitationS I of appreciation.. Pensacola. "word" preached from most of America's "white" pulpits. Mrs Lain Dawkins, Rev. W.P. LOW PRICESDRUG
There Is no power in the emotion-rousing, whooping and hol Smith Miss
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-- lering preaching (?) that comes from most of America's .F.L. Johnson and MIn: 'Jladys; {
STORE NEEDS
"Negro" pulpits. Is this to say that there is really l no Crapps..
o o NOW! "religious power" available at such a time of crisis?
There's too many complacent and apathetlcal whites and /e t.* * Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug tor *
4 LOCATIONSTO Negroes saying, "We don't want any riots," who are not doing Banalis Galore .. WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADV. IN YOUR LOCAL
SERVE YOU31UW.EdgivoodJU anything to help cure the! Ills that breed riots. M; .. Papers. We Deliver We also fill all Doctors Prescrip
Perhaps now IS the time to call a National Conference on
1 .. Religious Power, if Indeed come such power can be found, and "Shop Red Shield:
3701 EMERSON get to work on racism so that we can get on to other things that r Family;' Thrift Store. tions.Dixie
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destroy the nation. Meanwhile, proponents of Religious Power + Ref r igerators, :
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39C man was when the Rt. Rev. Msgr. John J. Egan said that a ? just about
ROAST ZOo LB. person is "more li'nlo: recognize Christ..ln Martin Luther everything for'your*
King than In the Nlcene catechism." *home. It PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER

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I Illig's Ahead"Warning Of "Hard Days Atlanta Life Lauds Elementary Education Interns 'Religion And Race


Spurs UP COMMISSION Its Top ProducerC.

CHARLOTTE, N.C.-Spurred liy NEtjRO; PRESS INTERNATIONAL
by Martin Luther King's addressed the Commission a- F. Cooke Jr., of Lubbock sReNYI fvetlsVSil L. P,
warn- with t r e'p.lo0 a eee
long Dr. King
Ing that there "hard Texas was recently awardedthe t PY. I / t1l4Mt' CHANGED HIS WAYSWASIIlNGTONNPIA
are
days Mr. William P. Thompson, v' IIEIr 4.,
ahead" !In the civil rights move Hornsby Trophy by the 7Nira 24-year old ex-leader of the Harlem
Stated Clerk of the denomina-
ment the United Presbyterian National Insurance Associationfor Lords gang in New York, took the pulpit at Radio Music Hall
Commission on Religion and tion's the General Assembly, told exceptional performance in r' : v last week as principal speaker during the three-day evangel
while
Race bas Initlatedalarge-scale opening session that the field of Life Insurance and ?yI istic crusade sponsored by the Capital Crusade for Christ.
retooling of its operations. the church a century ago had for leading all others In this Evangelslst Tom Skinner testified that "the power of Christ

The Commission voted preliminary -. the" concept providing Negroes class in qualifying for guided me oil of my entanglement with the gang."
40 acres and, a mule" the
this ANSNER
award. TO BLACK POWER
approval of a plan to
place further emphasis on current, need is for "not;nole He has served as District NEW YORK-(N PI-An impassioned for support, of the Child

specialized work in the South, 40 power acres, Out, but voting a decent power; not Manager of Atlanta Life Insurance eA Development Group In Mississippi was made by board memi r
the metropolitan sections of the regated place to live" He unseg-noted Company for fifteen years 1/1 Atty. Marian Wright before the Board of National Miss ',r.s,
North and the West The change that "We must not delude our- and a member of their United Presbyterian Church, last week. She maintained >heat l
Presidents Club Twelve out of CDGM's "Is the one answer to the of black -
also calls for addition of a staff selves..the! ahead will be program cry pow' I -
person to concentrate, work long and torturous"way and that fifteen years. Mr. Cooke holds which stems from the hopelessness of people.;'
with Spanish-speaking mem:>ership in the National Insurance ,.'" .... CHUUCHFS AT FAULTGRE'4ADAMIss.NPiThe
church member must be
every
minority. Association, the half hey C.B burtofthelryalM: .
stimulated to keep at the task .
The Commission meeting Million Dollar Club, the dist church blamed the churches last Sunday "for not tak ig m
of racial justice and reconcile
which ended Thursday was held iation. National Association of Life J active role to prepare the people and forestall violence that l pt t.
Underwriters the South Plains led and whites .. .,,"
here in observance of the 100th Dr. King termed United neighbor against neighbor against Negroes "
Association of Life Under- He to the violence which! broke nit v *
anniversary of Presbyterianwork Presbyterian support of his was referring '! >en 'I'v.
in this part of the United Southern Christian Leadership writers and the Texas Association : children integrated white schools
of Life Underwriters @ BAG INTEGRATIONWINSTONSALEM
States. Dr King addressed an Conference "of Inestimable
audience o f nearly 5,000 at a value" but cautioned that "the He received the "Leading : C.-Seventyfive clergymen attending a
public program held In connection Producers" trophy In May upon meeting of the Forsyth County Conference Religion,Kart an'
plant of freedom has grown onlya --- -- -- -
'. with the Commission's bud and is not yet a flower", completing the L. U. T. C. Community' Life, unanimously approved a statement urging uy-
sessions. "We have guided missiles and Course. Mr. Cooke's successC. FAMU INTERNS ---Left to right Eleanor Broxton Largo ; Dorothy county school boards to Intensify efforts for a racially-jite
Plans for future grated system of school conslrj/ rGxn; inst-j;lion and ,u,"l:
emphases misguided men. He said in a Watson Detroit Mich. ; Erma Long Bartow; Mrs. J. 0. Bailey, assignment. Tie ministers noted that "one of the ',o' I '
highlighted the Commission'sbusiness
meetings. Among the land"wall where to wall some carpets people, others have college coordinator of elementary education Interns; Bess Kirnes' tragedies would be the erosion of the quality of education vln.

actions were approval of grants have wall to wall rats." St. Petersburg; Veda Spralding, Tallahassee; and Eleanor Hudson, all young people receive"

totalling $49,500 to assists a Alluding to recent concerns New York N. Y. Back row, left to right, Charles Kelly, East WRONG IMAGE
variety of religion "and race about Negro violence he declared Bradenton ; James Thompson Fort Knox Ky; Joan Cupont ulncy; NEW YORK-CNPft-The': United Church of Christ was ace'ised "
projects across the country. that "somebody tonal and Jorge ,Arenas, Tampa. projecting the "Image of an all-white denomination" us, :ead= ','
Also approved was the expansion have sense enough to meet "bringing more racial diversity to our starts,board., omm*-
of a highly successful physical force with soul force 3; )n and ecumenical delegations The t"la--., of., .nad b. the
voter registration program In and that Is why I still believe Area 2 Rights Rev. W, Sterling Cary, retiring executive of the denomlnatl n'i!
Mississippi non-violence Is still the most Arkansas'Teachers, Committee for Racial Justice Now. He added, "We must find
The registration work financed potent force available to the Serviceman Leaders Will ways to establish,congregations which, by their diversity, reflect

through gifts from two United Negro people..lf every NegroIn Principal Wins Case SAN ANTONIO, Tex. -Airman the oneness of humanity"
Presbyterian laymen was described the United States turns to Willie L.Terrell,grandsonof
as highly successful in violence, I will stand by myself To Be RehiredST. Mr. and Mrs. William C. Appear Jointly Althrough Elected, Julian Bond

getting Isolated and fearful with one lone voice." Swan of 2003 W. 17th St, Jack It was announced today by the I
Negro citizens on the voting Of black power he sid, "We LOUIS Mo. Seven sonville, Fla.,has been selectedfor The Reverend Doctor William Still May Not Be SeatedATLANTA
rolls. The expanded effort school teachers and their principal '
using must come to see that the needin technical training at Lowry 'L. Bently, Pastor of the Emmanuel
the balance of funds from America is not for black -all Negroes -won the AFB Colo., as a U.S,Air Force Institutional Baptist -( Bond dean.
I the Initial gift Is to continue power or white i t power, but right last week to be rehired munitions specialist Church and Chairman of the faced further rejection by the Bond's slim margin contrastedwith
through the fall and winter striped power-ot black and by the Arkansas: school board Intertaitb Interracial Council Georgia House of Representatives his hefty victory over Dean
'I I months. white together. We are bound F. COOKE JR. which had fired them rather '. after winning another the year before.
the Clergy (DCC),that Dr.Mar
Housing problems also got together whether we like it or story was based on the conceptof than allow them to teach white ;W';,rlt tin Luther King and Mr. James nomination to a seat in the Dean charged that SC'
attention with the Commission'sstaff workers helped in Bond's ,
not. "love" having sold over one children. Meredith will appear Jointly in legislature.Bond campaign
Instructed to study pro Earlier the Rev Benjamin A. million dollars of insuranceand This victory, which struck .. Philadelphia on Sunday,October who has expressed admiration despite his ?signaui
posals for the of Payton the down. in southern for the of from the student
use both Executive Director paying for seven hundredand a pattern many 9, 1966, 7p.m.Reverend courage committeeHe
government and church agency of the National Council of seventy thousand dollars. communities which agree to Bentley,who founded draft card burners and opposedU. expressed his hope that
tr funds to provide homes for low Churches' Commission on Besides his platonic "love" Integrate Negro pupils,was won and organized the IICC, the S, military policy in Viet Ralph Moore, a Republican,
Income minority groups. Religion and Race, had told the for his clientele, friends and by attorneys of the NAACP sponsors of the visit of Dr. Nam, has never retracted his would defeat Bond In November
Inter-agency action aimed at United Presbyterian group that neighbors, Mr. Cooke's first Legal Defense and EducationalFund King and Mr. Meredith, indl.c views. But he resigned recently Regardless of who wins then,
forestalling racial disturbances the church "Is at a crossroadand "love" and affection is most: Inc. (LDF). ted that they were being from the Student Nonviolent ,Bond is not likely to be seated.A .
/I, In half a dozen key cities and a cannot go both ways at the manifest In his lovely wife, It was decided here by three brought to Philadelphia so that Coordinating Committee, which three-judge federal pan: >1 upheld
J project to encourage development same time," He expressed fear Vivian, an Instructor in the judges of the U. S. Court of C/ Philadelphians might have an has expressed similar views the Georgia House's denialof
of racially inclusive that the church Is getting tiredof Lubbock public schools, his two Appeals for the Eights Circuit. opportunity to hear their views and has become identified with a seat to Bond, declaringthat
church were other proposals I the civil rights movement and fine children, Jacquenette and The suit was brought: by Clement .. and to give them their support. "black power" his opposition to the
getting favorable responses. I is "trying to find a way to get Charles m,and his great Agencyand S. Smith and Margaret Bishop John D. Bright, Bishopof Bond resigned from SNCC selective service system was
'I Clerical staff, from whence Sanders, teachers at L. V. WILLIE L. TERRELLThe the First District of the Met without explaining why. He has 'legitimate grounds for the
come his constant source of Sullivan High School for airman recently hodist-Episcopal Church and continued, meanwhile, to espouse House to consider Bond unfit
'.* ** inspiration and strength to to Negroes in Morrllton, Ark., completed basic training at one of the founders of IICC, his views on the nation's ,for office.

forward and build.Association. and the Arkansas Teachers Association Lackland AFB, Tex. His new stated that the rally is being military and draft policies.He Bond, at age 26, faced the
Inc, of which Mr. school Is part of the Air held at The Arena because of won fie! nomination by a prospect of becoming! "an (,ldpoUticlan"
NamesTwomrhOne Smith and Miss Sanders are Training Command which to vote who will
YOU ARE ILL pro. the numerous requests already 1,317 1,267 -a possible "neverladQ!
.., ? -WHEN I) members.The vides hundreds of specialized received from persons who" .indication that, SNCC was not away" as he continually meets
.. : .Of Association is the professional courses to provide technically "':i behind him aa much\ as before rejection in his eUort to becJme
wished to attend: "
,1,4 14 I :I II Mi a ,'a/ !L' .. .
'" organization which,," trained ..personnel for the 1\\ H ,ttll.i oppOD 01'I.1WU"Ualcolm' t,Georgia; legislator
You Seek The Best Doctor : r r t
r, When Your Doctor Prescribes, f 10 Ou1iendinIMen" represents most of the Negro nation's aerospace force .w Dean,I an Atlanta University

Get Experienced Pharmacists I ,+ kv t tI CHICAGO -- James B. teachers Specifically in Arkansas, the Court ruled
When Your Doctor Prescribes 34 director, Com
Twomey, ,
that the Defendan: 3oird of
j 1 Orders. We Use Only The Best munity Renewal Foundation,has Education reinstate the Negro
I Quality Drugs. been named one of the Chicago
teachers If they are interestedin
Association of Com
C. E7 BLACK Proprietor merce Junlpr and Industry's 10 "Out returning to the Morrllton

3 R e g i s t e r e.d Pharmacists To Serve You standing Young Men of 1966.; district.
A teacher wishing to return
is also director,local
...........-A COMPLETE LINE O F-..........- development Twomsy services division, "shall then be offered the first
position for which he is so
Urban America, Inc.,
I Cosmetics I Rubber Goods-Candles Sundries headquartered at Washington, qualified exists In which hereafter a vacancynow SUER MA
PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND.DELIVERED or
D.C.
the court ruled.
occurs
I ,
honored for effective
He was
LDF also damages
attorneys won -
i Lilly's Drug Store use codes of existing in improving laws and housing buildIng for the teachers, thus THESE PRICES GOOD THROUGH SUNDAY AT E9GENOOD AVE.

entitling them to back pay lost
to
provide
and in helping
I .
by their dismissal
: 1907 KINGS ROAD El-3-8276 adequate nous ig for The Appeals Court concluded

low-Income families. its opinion stating it was U.S. GOOD CHUCKROAST

"grateful for the able oral argument
1 and briefs submittedby
counsel"
LDF Assistant Counsel
49C
Michael Meltsner handled the

case with assistance from Dig LB.
rector-Counsel JackCreenbergand
135 Broad St. .353-5791 James Nabrit in in New .

York City. LDF Cooperating
OPEN, FRIDAYS ''TIL 9 P.M. Attorneys John W, Walker and SMALL BAR-B-Q SIZESPARE

Harold Anderson of Little Rock

and George Howard Jr., of Pine
PH11CQ WRMGER WASHERS
Bluff also participated. RIBS 49t
LDF lawyers have won similar
BIGFamily cases In behalf of Negro LB.

teachers in North t Carolina, ..

Size _.-- Tennessee, and Virginia.
Another case is still pending in
--- 0 Texas
WRINGERWASHER It was Director-Counsel
TIDE
Greenberg who first Uu-ght\ REG.PKG.25C

I I the plight of the southern Negro
1 teacher to public attention when
c RI
he announced in May of 19C5
t; ;.1.ss that 500 North Carolina Negro -

i teachers were about to lose
iI their jobs as schools integrated.LDF BLUE PLATE
has done muchto
I 'i I I'h litigation
I
I contain that "trend of whole
sale dismissal emerging
MAYONNAISE QT.4SC
throughout the South" that was

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!a, MIAMI BEACH, FLA.-U '- I Is Still Under Will Conduct NEGRO EARL PRESS CALLOWAY INTERNATIONALBON

.promotion leaves you with i < VOYAGE RECITAL
6 now and Christmas are an > House Attack Gone are the days when the''si.!lrains: of music' permeatedthe
"cation, this city and state den,4 Marines Studies! beautiful lake front of Chicago and the spacious ha-

v have gotten their message vinla Festival in Highland PArk, making audible the
WASHINGTON (NPI!) The
It is r The modern oceanographic and frivolity of summer activity.
an operation gaiety
; 't' formation of a third "Black"party
,
'recover, at least in part, A will be considered at the "floating laboratory the US- Over the Labor Day weekend, a few of those melodies
"ness cost\ dring the last C&GS Ship Oceanographer, left lingered beneath the nimble and dezterious hands of Charles

tl.9: summer becuse of the : : :! .J National Power which Conference is set totconvene on Black Jacksonville, Fla., last Oct. Walker, native son of Chicago, who paused briefly !in the
: ,
lies machinists strike. .it'"' 2, for an 11-week, 14,000-mile Windy City to give a preview of his performance in the
? :; ; In Washington, Oct. 1416.
;' A major phase of this t J Under discussion will be direct scientific expedition to the South Liszt-Bartok piano competition in Budapest, Hungary.
-the package vacation, Atlantic Although the piano used by the artist had undoubtedly' seen
action to infiltrate
.j.'six-night, seven-day plan ; major The $9.2 million vessel, its last days he did reveal in his program.Beethoven's
political parties or create a
0 eluding transportation and third party, all black. America's largest and most Sonata No. 30 in E Major; Opus 109, Bartok's Suile Opus ,
room. A bit of shopping completely automated oceanographic 14, the Funerailles and Sonata in B Minor by Lisr.thathe
Conferences will
?I1 travel agents will reveal (: seek to determine delegates"whether research ship, will is a mature artist of convincing potential.
a01 these conduct a wide range of marine Itself in several .
plans have been His growth and maturity revealed ways
there can be a black independent
t. ened with extras such third scientific studies off the eastern by the precise manner in which he utilized contrasting
party working within
sightseeing trips, the framework of existing parties coast of South America and musical ideas, the facets of technique that gave strengthto
"'tickets and other goodies the participate in observations of his phrasing, adding new freshness and vigor to his tone,
t1 as long as goals are
the house. I the same" a total eclipse of the sun Nov. and his ability to probe beyond the printed notes' to Ideas :n

And as a goodwill gesture, The elimination of "Uncle 12. depth, emotions in feeling, which, when combined, enhances
Shower of Stars hotel group + Designated "Operation his intended expression.
Toms" leaders of the black
;*iias announced a free as Eclipse," the trip will take the ***.****

deal to Viet Nam war as ommunity: one of has the been goals established of black 303-foot, 3,800-ton air conditioned The music and lyrics of OSCAR BROWN, .JR., performed
.1 available through Dec. 18. vessel, which was by the composer and his "Joy '66" company entertainedthe

"* That date, Dec. 18, should I power.At the first plenary sessionof commissioned in WashingtonJuly Women's Scholarship association, Koosevelt University

;,' kept in mind in any plan II the Planning Conference for 13 by President Johnson, when they held their first open board meeting recently
."' fall holiday in Miami I Conference to Buenos Aires, Argentina,
National
It marks the approximate the commissionon on and return to its Jacksonvillebase Brazilian guitarist Luis Henrique assisted Brown in his
Black Power, the
of autumn season rates athat goals listed the eliminationof Dec. 17. Commanding officer presentation, which was arranged by Etta Moten (Mrs.

just about half those of "Uncle Toms" as one of its of the ship is Captain Claude A. Barnett), vice president and program chairman.
Additional savings be with Arthur L. WardwellofChitten- ****.*****
may a prime alms
;/ talned during October flattery Other "black power" goals den, Vt. Citizens of the Proviso Township heard THOMAS H. WADE
'* summer rates, the for years listed were: The scientific expedition is JR., violinist, perform a recital for the benefit of the Com-
of the year, are In effect. "for the -Communication with the being conducted by the U. S. munity Nursing Service, in the auditorium of Proviso lagbSchoolMaywood

This month is the end of a ." black masses. Department of Commerce'sEnvironmental Ill., last Friday evening.
months summer price-wise, Mattisse Mobilization of the total Science The well-known musician graduated from Howard University -

? season being governed more the genius black community, i.e., all Services AdministrationESSA and is returning for his advance degree in music he
.. by supply and demand than by ," this groups and classes therein. ( ). Participating ESS A will continue studies of violin techniques with Bernard Mason
calendar. Yet there is a and -Stress on the need for human agencies are the Institute for of the university staff.

here too, a light touch of this rights bills. Oceanography, the Institute for His program consisted of Beethoven's "Sonata r o, 5 In F

r although swimming, golf Black -Fight for self-determination Telecommunication Sciences & Rumanian Dances," and "Deep River. The Balladiers, a
other summer fun are headband, within the black community. Aeronomy, the Weather Bureau, vocal trio, shared the program.
t the year around. hat and the Coast and Geodetic
Restructlon of public education
Increases of up to 20 per already Survey, which operates ESSA's as.aaaaa
to serve the needs of the
r over last fall are being singer black community fleet of 14 ships.Collaborating A diversified list of conductors and soloists for the popular

in travel to Miami Beach Mr -Determination of the most with ESSA concert series of the Chicago Symphony includes the

of this is in straight and a- politically feasible means for scientists will be scientists name of HENRY LEWIS, Negro conductor who will appear
travel, but there also is a ( Jewelry advancement of black power- from the University of Illinois for the Chicago Symphony orchestra's 76th season.

ing trend for many who from capitalism or socialism.Detaining and fie: Smithsonian Institution. Jean Martinon, music director: will both open and close
apartments here on an Collection to South American Scientists have the series, and Irwin Hoffman, associate conductor, is also
basis to arrive early.It model Is property rights also been Invited to take an
scheduled lead of
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Whitney M. Young Jr. Speaks r I Year Good Health j I Publicists Are Studio Host Year-RoIINd Rioting Centimes;


Nt Annual Conference of NRA I By'SAMUEL L. ANDELMAN. ... DM M.P.H. I Poll Shows 'Backlash' Increasing

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DENVER Whitney M. Young Jr., executive director of toe WASHINGTON - National Urban League, called for greater assistance to handicapped HEART NEUROSIS endless long, not summct., autumns, winters, and springs of
Negroes and other minorities, a greater Involvement As coronary heart attacks Increase: la frequency, there Is racial disorder u several cities erupted in violence across
on the put of rehabilitation agencies In the War on Poverty, and a new concept of disability to Include persons handicapped be heart attacks,but are not. These ire the cardia!neuroses. a 10 uuegrtiioa was increasing. damage to the campaign: for :
by poverty. papers every summer." Although they are not true heart attacks and are less serious, In city after city, violence re-election of Gov. Edmund O. '
Mr. Young made his He asked that rehabilitation they are by no means purely Imaginary. flared. Brown Interned racial eaten
statements In his keynote agencies take advantage of They are due to an nnsuaUy acute: awareness of heart's In San Francisco, rioting was sltles were likely to aid the '
speech to the annual conference newly-available federal funds action in one who has a above average capacity for worry. Such: r. touched off when a white police election chances of Republican:
of the National Rehabilitation to expand their operations into persons for outnumber the ones who have true heart disease due man shot and killed a Negro candidate Ronald Reaps who
boy fleeing a stolen
Association. to organic changes the heart. car. has mKh "white backlash"
slum
He that
He said that rehabilitation they follow areas.the Urban suggested League'sexample The normal healthy person Is not awar of his heart beats, r Mobs it Negro youths fought support and has never disavowed -
agencies tend to Ignore minority of cooperating with 'ffhlch average about 72 a minute, because: his attention is concentrated -, police and firemen. National the backing of the John
Guardsmen called out to halt
groups when accepting clients other agencies to provide expanded : on Impressions received from outside his body The the violence, met with Birch Society.All .
and that those who are accepteddo services to the one distinguishing point In persons with any kind of neurosisIs were over' the country, racial
poor. rocks bricks and fire bombs.A .
not get the concentrated Pointing to the success of their abnormal awareness d things that are occur ring inside tension was resulting in a
attention they need to fully develop Project ENABLE, a Joint attack their hearts, lungs or digestive tracts. late September heat wave "white backlash" of resistanceto :
their capabilities. on problems of family life by All of us are aware at times of the pounding of our heart which pushed temperature.lotothe further Integration efforts.
90s blamed for
Because members of minority the Family Service Association, when we get unduly excited, but we recognize: this as a tem- the outbreak.was sparking According to a recently taken
groups often present special' the Child Study Association, porary phenomenon and do not worry about It. Gallup Poll, 52 per cent of all
Guardsmen
problems, agencies will have, apd the Urban League, Mr. Our refusal to worry helps to re-establish the normal rate IV11Jfl. quickly occupiedtwo : adults In the nationwide survey
after 20
large Negro areas
to equip themselves with new' Young said inter-agency and rhythm, but in a person with cardiac neurosis palpitation think the Johnson Administration
arrested and
skill la human relations and cooperation offered a promising may be triggered by some trival occurrence: such as a loud noise persons were is pushing integration"too
: more than 20 were treated at
develop greater sensitivity means of reaching peoplenot or the ringing of a doorbell--after all)It might be a messenger a hospital. fast." This is the highest

their problems. often assisted by a single boy bringing a telegram telling of the death of a loved one. In St. Louis, police patrols percentage since the Eisenhower .
Young said: "Agencies limit agency. Once triggered, the mounting tension caused by the palpitation were on 24-hour watch after Adml\I'\'l'\: n.
their concern too often to only will of Among :Ntj"as only five
Young concluded by asking his Itself keep the attack going. mobs shouting "black power" per
the vocational and medical, audience to play a greater partIn An added feature in many of these attacks is the skipped raided downtown streets ht cent thought the President: ro
neglecting the social and emotional the civil rights struggle. beat or other cardiac Irregularities These phenomenon are the fourth straight day. promoting Integration too fast.
aspects. Their concern Because they have the talent and also common In all of us, but only the neurotic: worries about Bands of 100 Negroes smashed Among whites the percentage
is limited to mere vocational leadership abilities, he said, them. ON THE JOB-Universal publicists Duke Williams, left, and windows and attacked was 58 per cent.Aggravating .
placement, not to developing they should make sure that On the normal person they are often discovered: as an Incidental Walter Burrell, right, act as studio hosts to Lt. Colonel Luther bystanders after a Congress of racial tensions
the fullest use of individual Evans Jr. of the U. S. Department of Defense duringthe Negroes was a typical
their own agencies are Integrated : finding on an electrocardiogram: Unfortunately It Racial Equality rally at police among
potential. Negro clients are and that they take an does little good to tell a neurotic that the occrrences within Colonel's recent visit to Universal tour director for a group headquarters. Dixie trial in HaynevlUe. Aa.; ,

'often de-bumanlted by the preconceived active role In securing equal his heart are normal and not a legitimate cause for worry. His ._ of African Journalists. The rally was held to protestthe where eight Negroes and four
attitudes of opportunities for all. concern about his heart may be a cover up for a deepseated of Russell whites found a Ku Klux Klansman -
professional staffs. The allot emotional problem that has its roots In some half forgotten slaying Hayes,. innocent la the murder of
--- a 24-year-old robbery suspect.A
a person coming to childhood experience WOMAN TALK civil rights worker Ms. /iola
white surroundedby
couple
011 for help is deeply affected Attended Harvard If this Is the case, the victim may need the help] of a doc a mob of about was 100 "blackpower" Gregg Lluxxo.
y the manner In which he 11eatld. tor specially trained In dealing with such problems SH-li-H, COT A SECRET Acquitted was Eugene Thomas,
the goal you\ set form 1 There's a new twist to that old saying; If you want a secret Hall.The shouting. Negroes' near 42, of Bessemer, Ala., In the
the expectations you !have well kept, don't tell It to a WOMAN. And, there's a new, revolutionary City mob circled the slaying of the Detroit mother
I him. TIle prejudices you ma) Lovie J. Delgado Foundation hair elaxing product that has caused a unique : by Dr. Edward car Pepper occupied -, of five after the lma-lo-
bor, the myths about "about face" in the secret-telling department. Montgomery civil rights march.
egroes or other groups,which Holds Memorial Dinner Oct.8 According to research, It's the man who's spreading the Miss 26, of Kathleen Richmond McKernan Heights,, and 23, The Jury deliberated only 90
ou may believe, will damage news about his favorite female's crowning glory in normal of St. Louis and it minutes before returning its
e success of your work with CfflCAGO-NPI>-Spirlt and seal were cornerstones: of shattering man-to-man conversation--after she's had a Epic permen- with their ,fists banged and with on verdict
embers of other minorities. Impact In the lift of Lone Jackson Delgado. Aqd they ute street a Alabama's Atty.t Gen. Richmond -

fou must see a man whole are now the crime inaedientscf move to make her immortal. Today's woman doesn't tell, especially U she wears the new A Negro sign man who tried to Flowers charged that
fou must' strip away the pre- t The Chicago Heights (Ill.) lassi Wallace St. Epic cool, curl relaxer, the permanent that leaves her hair to the couple's aid was pulled go many of the Negro Jurors were
Ices and misconceptions sir n* a brilliant student whose Illinois Chicago Heights, smooth and elegantly "colffed." Of course, her beauty salon away and beaten by the mob "Uncle Toms" and controlled
blcb are ingrained in our so 1 ourage and concern for fellow requests help, not only operator knows--but that's u far as the secret goes on her police said. by whites.If .
You must do this or J> the form of pledges and con so they weren't the only
ety. you J !Human beings matched her aca- side. ,
Result of the St. Louis rioting
tributions
but in the form ofinterest
1 do your Job well." Jemlc accomplishments. It's another story with the man In her life, however He's the Hapeville residents controlledby
was a police clampdown
i Mr. Young\ urged that the conor"41aabWtJ"beexpanded- DAVID ADDISON She became outstanding u a suggestions, and active proud.-one might say amased--and he is thoughtless enough city. Even racial demonstratorswere on whites. The Ku Klux Klan
.spt I David Addison, a senior at student at Wadsworth Elementary participation.Active to want everybody to know the secret in for trouble as EdwardL. is said to rule the sleepy Dixie
Include people who have been and enthusiastic support "Yep he "she found the relaxer for her curls town similar to the way Hitler
Florida AIM University, was School, Chicago and kept the is for the brags, finally Dowd. president, St. Louis
expected upcoming:
capped by poverty. He one of the 41 undergraduatesfrom record through Hyde Park High $10 per plate second memorial and, I mean curls-- that relly works, come heat, gusty winds, Board of Police Commissioners ruled Germany.
: "There is a disability of southern Negro collegeswho School and an "A" average at rain snow or humidity had
dinner of the Foundation charged teat police
spirit, a crippling of the finished the Special Sum the University of Illinois Delgado But, why is she keeping the re&loofor her chemically-straight- been "too diplomatic" with the ,
to be held Oct. 8 1966 at McCormick
jtions, which Is every bit mer Program at the Harvard A staunch and loyal sorority Place' ened hair to herself? Because her hair problems vanished when demonstrators Register]1 1I
[4)1 real as the physical disabilities University Law School in member, she was named the Guest speaker: ,for Chicago the celebrated her beautician introduced her to the Epic answer to a super- Upshot of the West Coast outbreak I I

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,I to" years of enervating frustra- students to consider law as a University of Grenoble in France,
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religious ,
F given rise to a hopellessaess science major, Addison is the whom she later married. The .
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despair, this strangling of le- 'Addison of 134-29 134th Ave., her husband's homeland, and his
ate aspirations and hopes, St. Albans, N. Y, He is a, people became her people. period world ,famous the college for its has production become I I I 79'
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i f f f Virginia State Trojan,:I Check Presented To Club 'Members 8-CC Wildcats

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-.o I NotesHow ,
:Sports Guests of Honor

Sports Parade Try For CIAA TitleLed i) ,

to react! Denver Broncos At Meeting
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by three co-captains,All- defensive tackle Ray Jacobs,
CIAA Senior Tackle Bob White, : speaking to Denver-area. The :lethune-CookmanCollep
BROWNS' "JIM BROWN DAY" Guard Alex Hughes, and Center wrkM Quarterback Club gathering following Wildcat who will open Its

CLEYELAND-(PI-B1c, name stars from the sports and Dewey Helms, Virginia State an early-season loss to season against Albany I State
entertainment:fields will descend on the Cleveland stadium College will field a strong, but r'.u Houston, .//compared: Denver College la Atlanta Georgia
? Oct. 18, when the Cleveland Browns of the National Football young and Inexperienced teamIn after the Houston game to General Saturday were guests 'of honor
t League salute their former super-star fullback Jim Brown Its bid for the 1966-67 CIAA Custer at the Little BigHorn during the regular Sunday after-

., with a day In his honor. Celebrities slated to attend Include title. Said Jacobs: noon community meetlngSunday
4 Bill Russell, Wilt Chamberlain, tndCassiasClay, from sports; The Trojans, who opened their "Custer saw those 15 million afternoon In the Heyn Memorial
:1 Sammy Darts Jr., Harry Belfaonte and Lena Horne, from season against the Howard University Indians sur rending them,turnedto Auditorium at 4.00: p.m. The
:7 entertainment, and Congressman Adam Clayton Powell and Bisons Saturday' one of his sergeants and speaker was former headcr ch,
Cov. James A. Rhodes of Olio, from politics The Negro (October 1), finished! the 1965- ordered: 'Don't take any prison Rev Rudolph C. Matthews:
66 season with a 5-4 record Rev. Matthews: the pastor 'A
Industrial and Economic Union, which Brown helped found, ers.
will benefit from the proceeds. but 20 lettermen, including: 5 ,Football men agree that mental Mount bethel ftaptlst Churchon
BUSIEST CHAMP of the 11 starters and three of preparation Is u Important to Campbell St. entered the
the 4 starting backfield men, winning as anything else Hank ministry in 1955. This was the;
( coming to the
HOUSroN-NPl-CompUment. are finally controversial -
have been lost through graduation Kansas beginning of the end of
Stram, head coach of the a brilliant
but world
outstanding heavyweight boxing champion
Cassltis'(Muhammad All) Clay. After he signed recently his completion of eligibility, City Chiefs, puts it this way: coaching career. He became
4 etc. lot of headcoach of the fcCC. WildcatsIn
"Naturally, there are a
H sixth title defense against Cleveland "Big Cat" Williams InHouston's personnel who will w
Returning things that can go wrong in a 1956 and through SCO rackedup
All tabbed"the
multi-million dollar Astrodome, was Include
bolster Trojan hopes game--like fumbles and Interceptions 75 victories with only 17
busiest world In 25
heavyweight champion years. and All-Confer
WAITING All-Amcrlcan i'- --but the team must be defeats and three ties.
,i, NEW YOrUC-CNPO-Former) heavywleght champion Joe sacs End Harry Sharper, with who mentally tough enough to over- He developed a number of
Frailer of Philadelphia definitely has his eyes focused on the will begin his junior year come them and do the job it all-Americans 'which! Included
another bid for his present knows It do." Henry Thornton, Andrew Kin-
professional championship, but It won't be soon.After declsloDc can
log South American champion Oscar Bonavena, Frazier was honors, while teammate Frank Shown above are members of the Astro Gents Men's .Club, receiving ****** son, Spotty Anderson Nelson .

,1 t asked about the possibility of fighting heavyweight champion Butts, last year's defensive In end at a sizable check from James A. Pierce (Center) ,Julius Bacon On Oct. 3, 1965, the Denver Williams, Clarence Saunders,
will be called
Cassias Clay soon. He replied: "No, no. "I'm in no hurry to specialist end., While his play at president of the Astro Gents, and James F. Jones (CRI ght) Broncos held their opponent that the blythewood Brothers and
fight! Cassius Clay for the ,heavyweight championship. He'lla tight treasurer day to only one touchdown.Theydidn't Jack "Cy" McClalren. He sent
;till be there when I get there." defensive end last year was receives this gift as a part of Its fund raising pro- accopllsn this feat again three players to professional'clubs. !
ACTIVATION nothing shot t of spectacular gram to buy equipment to sponsor the Astro"Jets"" .Pop Warner until last Sunday against the New .

: BOSTON-(NPI)-The Boston Celtics professional basketball Butts has developed> into a fine Football League, Thecheck is being presented for ,members 'o-f the York Jets.Who was their opponent -

n team last week reactivated retired Cincinnati Royals pivotman rugged pus catcher ends,to making watch City Golf Association. last year? You guessed Itl! r -- ...- ..
him one of the
Wayne Embry to back up thIr new playing coach, Bill Russell. The Jets, of course
for all-conference: honors. ; RegisterThe :
The Celtics acquired Embry for a future draft choice and an Cuffee and oases.
Halfbacks Angelo '
undisclosed: bundle of cash. When Sid Gillman used Gene -- -
letX Gofttkut'
Garwin will help -
? DeBerry provide
: BEEFY WILDCATS' Foster and Jim Allison Sundayat
the nucleus of a powerful ,
DA YTONABEACH- -TheBethune-CookmanCollege Oakland, one press box wag
)- attack paced by Honor' Best-Groomed
running ,
cats football team has developed Into a beefy outfit, with a line able Mention All-CIAA Fullback Coaches'orner was heard to say, "that's the

; averaging 244 pounds. The linemen are Larry Little, 6'1", Bobby Wlngo. Wingo, a 205- BY BOB BUWSTKB best 'second-string backfield :MeD Use MURRA Y/S
265 pounds; Eugene Leach, 6', 235; Henry Harris, 6' 235; pound fullback, has developed Y 0"d"'o ,w"+. In the league"
Walter Frailer, S'll", 230; George Sutton, 6', 220; Thomas Into one of the conference's ******* Superior Hair Pomade

'- Lee, 6'1". 290, and William Player, 6', 228. most consistent ground gainers HANDLE WITH CARE Some football coaches turn a phrase easily,.when one of their Among other colleges wbo have

SERIES TICKETS RUSHBALTIMORENPiThe and will be striving this year No matter bow you view them, huskies has a big day. Others are a shade more tight-lipped, or representation In the AFL are
crush for World Series tickets to see for perfection.: harks are excltlnc! retiring.Put Ohio State and Florida AIM.
their beloved Baltimore Orioles battle the National League Earl Ralney, an experienced White various considered member nuisances of this, Joe Collier of the AFL Buffalo Bills In the latter group The Buckeyes, long a Big Ten
Champion began Sunday, Sept. 25, as some 20,000 fans thronged veteran, will hold down the they tribe are are certainly not known aa When Joe nods his head In the direction of one of the Buffalo power. have five. Florida AUfbas ,r-
\ the main downtown Post Office to mall their requests for tickets. flanker position while Randolph "loafer on a line. note fishing grldders, It meas that the gentleman 1&&good one.'When Collier six Including three with.
i The tans were flghtlngto be among the 45,000 maximum applications Perry one of last year's stand authorities at Mercury outboards. says "He's a good football player/'pralse has been heaped, Oakland--Hewrltt Irtxon, David
the Orioles will honor on a first-come,first-served basis. outs at end, will back up Ralney Concurring In this opinion II the but good. J w* ," Daniels and Carleton Oats.
Fish AS.ociLstlon
and alternate with both Sharperand International. which recognizes Game sU different So, Collier really when all out when be called defensive back Other ex-Rattlers are Al
CLAY-TERRELL BOUT HINTED Butts. species as same Ban. Hagood Clarke a real good football player." Denson with Denver, Gene
NEW YORK-NPI-A February heavy weight title bout between In speaking about 1966, Trojan Whether you nah briny water Joe meant it. And Clarke had the plaudit coming. Thomas with Kansas City and rA
champion Casslsu (Muhammad) All and Ernest Terrell, the Coach William Lawson says, frequently or only occasionally, Clarke had Just filched a George Bland pus with 27 seconds Johnny Holmes with Miami.The
World Boxing Association tltlest, was hinted last week,with the "Although we will have an unusually sharks are part of the _ne. AndU remaining to play and romped (and tripped) 66 yards for the quintet of former Buckeyes is
likely site being either Miami,or Chicago. First,however, Clay small number of sophomores you really look for failing touchdown that gave the Bills a 27-20 triumph over Houston, composed of Jim Tyrer with
for sharks
!
\ must dispose of Cleveland ((31g Cat) Williams In Houston, Nov. and inexperienced men thrills Shark, so chasing looking resembles bill! projecting the defending AFL' Champions back Into the 1966 Kansas City, Matt Snell with

14.BOUT moving up to playing positions fishing in many respects big Eastern Division race. New York, Dick Van Raaphorst
POSTPONED on this year's varsity squad, boats, heavy tackle. But small If Collier seemed to shrug off Hagood's chips-down play) so and Ernie Wright withSan Diego
HOUSTONNPQThe scheduled fight between heavyweights we expect t that we will get boats and ordinary gear do u did Clarke. and Rich Michael with Houston.
Zora Folley and Alonzo Johnson was moved back from Sept. 27 better and gala confidence well casters and get even In on pier the and fun.surf For. Was It exciting, Hagood, wbep'yoli saw. the ball coming your Texas Tech has two-KC's E.J.
to Oct. 4 after Johnson was injured In his In Philadel Holub and Bake Turner with New
garage through game experience as the Instance a 200-pound.plus mako way? .:I : r Kinky, Stubborn Hair!
phia. The Injury was not serious. season progresses... was subdued on 12'pound-test Answer: "It's always exciting when something like that hap York.
******** Responds "As If By Magic"Now
"We will have a green team monoftlament.
TOPS IN ASSISTS overall and while none of us Proper techniques hold the key Wasp It the most dramatic thing that's happened to you In How's this for an incentive? your,hair you la nn have) .ll-d.y conRilenc
NEW YORK-NPI-Oscar Robertson, the famed "Big O"of the knows how fast these to shark success. Chumming with football? '- Jack Kemp of the Buffalo Bills ply a dab of neailv MURRAY aroomtii i(S you,, rrla ap
Cincinnati holds the National Basketball Association's cut bait U a favorite tactic for ",*"-"" had a sign made for HAIR, DKESSJNU POMADE I in. llM
: Royals, newcomers will develop, we many of the species. Refined approaches Answer: "It was dramatic > especially morning, No mailer a you wen II Ion,
record for the most assists in a season,with 899 during 196162. expect that we may surprisea Include trolling with Dramatic or undramatic. itwas'the; first time--college or the Bills clubhouse. It says, and MURRAY'S link or dos short II lor cool tomfort
He also leads in season average for assists with 11.5 per game lot of people along the way." belly section of larger fishes and pro--that Hagood Clarke m had latched onto an enemy aerial "Is this Worth the Extra Effort Ikahn or hash Irrltami beat Contain, and-.no...

In the 1964-65 season. bloodletting of caught fish b& and raced for a touchdown. And, the handsome, 24-year old a.>(,tqt>,tiX9HrVn.yP4erneaU, ? : ) "t those. never'You'll realty.ftIl4MU. '
hind the boat.
------ Atlanta, Ga. native played safetyman for three season at the words was a huge drawing of a RAY'S rprrla 4 g
University of Florida before joining the Bills In 1964. Last f a 1 season, he paced Buffalo In interceptions with seven. t,,,made,,,put t.t,tp ,John ,rf'fti.; Buffalo j j favoriit on ule *( youii Nue..A e
Clarke's wish is that his big play keeps the Buffalo team Bill. The, artwork was drawn camera

YOU'RE'I rolling. ''I just hope that the momentum carries on," be declared by Kemp's 16-year old baby sit- hue AeuerrdakyurMURRAY Murra,', "

I LOCKED OUT "We got off to a bad start, but we're on the right t track ter and referred to the possible net"jr'.Ic: ,can for Casa[ soO iliA&2"
now." reward ahead for the club which you or tend only SI'. and we will mall
Hagood, who checks In at 6-2 and 203 pounds, is a fellow who wins the Championship this you unir 2 ,I.nlilra's iii'Eiioi Hair" Pomade pot-paid.
has made the grade by determination.The Miami, Fla. residenthas year. 4M CkarMtU aw, Ntratt MODUCTI Mel COMMUT 41211
\ reasonable site and reasonable speed..and loads of hitting esfasas
ability.
As former Houston coach Bones Taylor once put it: "The Good

of the election Lord didn't give him a lot of physical ability, but he sure takes VETERANSTHE
advantage of what he has."
The determination bit started early. Hagood decided that he
wanted to play his college football at Florida and w& n't deterred
by the fact that all the grants in aid were spoken for.
He went anyway..and made the grade. JACKSONVILLE BARBER COLLEGE INC.
JAX BOOKS JAX BOOKS When he joined the Bills, Clarke was equally determined. He ,
/ couldn't crack the defensive secondary as a starter in 1964,
CLOSE OCT. S CLOSE OCT. 8. but he ran punts and kickoffs back. In his third game vs a pro,
, against arch rival San Diego, Hagood snared a punt and stepped Of 630 DAVIS ST., Is Now Taking
. S3 yards for a touchdown. Buffalo went on to win 3.and(

1y ,Hagood Clarke begin to belong.., ., ,
f Last season, when defensive back Gene Sykes was injured
early in the season, Clarke was asked to fill the gap*. He did Applications For Its
41IITI just that. Though George Salmes and Butch Byrd were the Buf-
I falo deep defenders named to the All-League team, the soft-

ttBooks spoken Clarke was the Bill,,. .who most often stole opponent Veteran Class.
passes. ;'* > '
Hagood's main job, playing strong side safety, is to cover the
II Open Open Miles, eneymy tight end.Mfolks like 250-pound Jacque MacKinnon of

*.A\ San Diego. 240-pound Fred Arbanas of' (.Cansas' City,235pound The Size Of Our ClassesIs
, 8:30: a.m.to 5 p.m' 6 To 9 Pete Lammons of New York et at* '
p.m. pm< ,"It Isn't always easy,":said Clarke>;"!'Fellows liken Willie

Frailer (San Diego) and Al Deuce (Denver) have read speed. Limited
.,; You have to keep up with them.'.' -v By Law.
l ,I "The toughest thing," he continued, "Is near the goal line
rr tt 'When you tackle a receiver, you have to stop him deaul..pre-
vent him from carrying you in for a touchdown. With the big Enroll Now To Be Sure Of
boys, that can be tough to do."
i Maybe Hagood finds it easier at mldfleld. He did in the Buf- Place.
l falo-Houston game, with 27 seconds to go, and it meant a
a Buffalo win.
As Joe Collier said: "He's a real good football player."
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I Rattlers Will Lop Onto Field To Meet Benedict Bulldogs Sat., Oct.8 I




Injuries To Offu save lean GOLDEN-/ RAMS' COACH PLEASED Ready For Homecoming Game Defense Cited As. Key To I


Seed As Hindrance To Rattlers OVER TEAMS' WIN FROM MILESALBANY .--- ---- -. -. --- Jets' Unbeaten. RecordAsk

TALLAHASSEE An Florida AIM Ga.-Albany State Bethnae-Cookraan personnel. Veeb Ewbank of the New However theirs Is not apowderpub
Fla. Injury-riddled looked especially York Jets what he has in ,
Coach Obit O'Neal' expressed The Rams' offense offense. Though the
University football team will clash with the Benedict College I
with the Golden good against the Miles common with Walter Alston of Jets fifth In team
satisfaction are rushing
from Columbia at 0
Tigers S. C., Saturday, October 8, Bran ,
Kick-off all Rams' showing in their 25-8 club. Arthur Green's running\ the LOB Angeles Dodgers and New York's overall offense has
Stadium.
time is 2:00 p.m. The injured players,
here. AI PouDsel'.brilliant he'll tell in one simple
on the defensive team, include four starters. win over Miles College ;along with you pined an average of 232.3
Halfback Sam Anderson "We still have a lot of wort play kept word, "defense!" yards per game-.emd 357.3
win outscored the 902 to M Deus wsav
Tigers .
to do to ret ready for the the territory Ewbank was Alston's teacher per game passing.
ci the Willie
ner Galimore
Award and and have shut them out on 11 togged schedule ahead of us," O Neal nveUled a surpriseIn t many years ago at Miami U.. Though tin Jets lead in many
the back .
to be
the Rattlers' picked occasions. But past records are be added, "however." Pointing tight end, Chris Roulhac. of Ohio. It could be they dls-. different departments, they
big gun this year j unimportant-the SIAC' has to the first tough obstacle OB who canght three crucial passes cussed the topic>> of defense cannut afford themselves the
has been Injury prone all come of age. It could be the the rugged schedule, O'Neal from Pounsel In the first halt. I qute frequently. Without it, the luxury looking ahead to October -

season.Sam missed the first most Improved conference In cited last Saturday's meetingwith Charley Lawrence, who Is being Dodgers wouldn't have won a 8th, when they take on the
game small college football. Bethune-CookmanColkte. boomed as an "All-American" second straight pennant and the San Diego Chargers at Shea
In and the played second less than a quarter. The Rattlers lost'their first Game time was at 8:00 p.m. In ,candidate, was used mostly as 1 'EK" Jets wouldn't leading the Stadium. They faced the tough
because of In- SIAC game In 14 years two spacious Mill Memorial Stadium. a decoy in the opening half, but Eastern Division of the AFL.A Patriots at Boston last Sunday.
Juries. Apparently recover weeks ago and their overall Pre-gatM And halftime broke loose with three brilliant good defense Is a must In The Chargers, too, must play
last week, he received a head) record Is 1-1. FAMU does not halt I and the Jets have
presentations found the .receptions in the second ; any sport 'em one at a time. They took
Injury during scrimmage and!'' usually lose two games In a Marching "80" of Albany State one of them a 5Z.yarclacamper proven that this year. They on the Miami Dolphins Sunday
was rushed the to the hospital. He's'back row. Last season when they lost College] on parade under the for a touchdown. = f. lead In total defense, rushing at San Diego/ coming to lie*
on practice field this; consecutive games to Texas'Southern direction of T. Marshall Jones. On the subject of defense, the and pa.slnf-4J1d It runs hand-, York this week.
week but his status for Saturday's -, and Morgan State, it The Rams came out of the coach could hardly hide his in-hand with their current Like the Patriots, the DoIpMs!
game is doubtful. was the first time sine 1948 clash without any serious In- pleasure with two of his outstanding status of leading the Eastern will be running Into a solid
Adding more woes to an offense! when Southern University and juries. defensive stalwarts in Division with a 3-0-1 record. defensive club-one chic Ii has

f this that has trouble getting injuries started!! Virginia Union won over the For the BethaneCootmaDl.1eYen ,,, the Miles contest. Dale BelL Their front four of VerlonBiggs. given up Just 27 points In three .
season' are knee
fullback Rattlers in the last two gamesof It was their first test a Tampa, Florida Junior and Paul Rochester, Gerry games, low In the league. This
to Robert and:
tackle Charles Lampkln the season. Benedict will be of the season In Intercollegiate Charles Cohen, a sophomore PhUbin and Jim Harris, along year you might say, the lightning
Henderson. All
the Rattlers' third consecutive competition. Jack IfcClalren, from Athens, Georgia, really with a strong secondary headedby on the San Diego helmet
three
action players Saturday.shoulJ Out see limited conference foe.Slar a former pro football star with put on a show, "horning" In R aAM ? Johnny Sample, has held the is symbolic of the Chargers
Indefinitely the NFL Pittsburgh Stealers, on the Bears defense to set up opposition to.a mere 16C.7 yards defense.
and are center Jimmy McCasklll! Tackle guides the fortunes of the visiting ,one of the Golden Rams's scores per game-100.7 yards per They lead with 11 Inter-
guard Ben Davis.McCaskillj; Daytona Beach, Florida and scoring another. Bell, a. ."" I game passing and a mlnlscule ceptions. Speedy Duncan, their
has torn knee ligaments and.' team. "They're a club that linebacker, is se.inghls second ., .. ,.fk. __ _. ___ 66 yards rushing. premier safetyman, picked off
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Davis a two letterman Aggies Ready
broken, foot. has al operates> basically from a pro- season as a regular, while TACKLE Caught In action is Albert Jones, all-SEAC The Jets have given up Just three Oakland aerials Sunday.As .
much similar to ours Cohen used sparingly last year, four touchdowns with the defense San Intercepted
The Rattler 1 offensive Is'! offense, defensive tackle for the Edward Waters Tigers whose Homecoming a team, Diego
averaging 78 yards rushing ink; To Football and usually field an aggressiveand is coming Into his own now, game Saturday night at the Wolfson Stadium pits them being charged with threeof four-converting two o!
Play
big club," a Ramp spokesman according to O'Neal. The State Hilltoppers of West 'en, an average of one per them into scores.
two Liberty
games and 128.5 yards in against Virginia.
said, in going over Da ei.I. game. Not bad in any league. e".e. .
the air.: _With Anderson on the. GREENSBORO.. N. C.-"Elvin;
injured list Henry Scott, who Bathes Is-fully healed and ready
has done an excellent Job In to play ball.'
his place, will be at the halfback That was good news which came
spot. Joe Williams, kickoff and last week to Bert Piggott, head
punt return specialist will get football coach of the AIT Aggies.
an opportunit> y to show his speedat Bethea, the star tackle with the "',
halfback. Joe, a former track Aggies, Is the anchor man in the Get these !
star, has been clocked at 9.5 usually strong AlTforwardwalL pros

In the 100-yard dash. A Junior, at 6-3, 255 pounds, he
The Benedict Tigers have packs tremendous wallop>> in the
never beaten the Rattlers. In Aggie defense and equally effective .
21 contests, FAMU has on offense in opening> gaping
holes for his ball carriers. He They're worth 170 Mustangs
Watch could conceivably in this and
another year Impress the folks
This Clown around the Aggie camp as being
one of the all-time great tacklesto
4.11.582 wear the blue and gold. and

26.14 946 Bethea, as rough and tough as over 500,000 i
they come, loves football as a o
t 4 contact sport. He likes to block, ,
frequently throws the key ones .
to shake loose his runners, Is
oardly'ever i l1stl cS'with one Cash Prizes.

: block on a single play, but will ,.. '-- I It
1 recover and go for another if he
.. ,.. .
thinks that a second might help. t ,""'U "'IUwI '" ,1.-' ,' J
; 3J.. 28.J! It often does.'that .- AI.fO" !<',t; .,. .. 0' r;" _. ...__ .. _. ._
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j..."" 95'6137Sometimes I football' liV contact sport .ng"J. ,! I1Jlw ill""I J"" "U" nl 01" jI 9911n'ii9: .. vet 1 i M_ .' .....
and feels the urge to make effective ." .'
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,
He's Up Sometime 'oJ' "
contact on every play. N 0'
tie's Down He adds subtracts- His teammates consider him %b '
He works It aU around2S3233. "mean" in the lingo of the football .
field. "
Bethea has been limping for I. .,

.COWING ATTRACTION most of the training season,
suffering from a painful leg inJury -

786793MAN'S received in the opening> "
scrimmage session. Thafs all ,',
DAYS'NU.MBERED behind him now and will get his :
first real action against the Norfolk -

State Spartans here on.
Saturday night, October 8.
Bethea, who at the end of the
'Man's Num '
bered.' Days Health'an are i 1965 season named to the second / .
string All-Amerlca team by one
Fortune Can Be Yours When
of the leading weekly newcpapers,
you Know. Your Lucky Day also scopped up lion's share of t

Lucky Colors Etc. awards given at the 1965 AIT : 4
Send |2.00 for yoor All-Sports Banquet. He took the
.Horoscooe Guide for Golden Helmet Award, as the
OctoberFill football player who contributed ,
most to his team and who also
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in the blank below and
mall to ZODIAC. Post Office excelled in scholarship; the
plaque for having been voted,
Sox 1171, Jacksonville 1, Fla "the most versatile athlete,"

and "The Most Valuable Player"
NAltB.TSTREET-- Award for track and field.
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3ethea comes from Trenton, N.
DATE OF BlRTH---
J., where he starred at Trenton
MO, Day
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i News Junior Iliflb Scttol ProUwn Discussion! Negroes. Should Be Ntfro JrilassRess Rises
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SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY p Recruited ,To Fill Need I Ntir-Slavaiy In Two States


Among UM graduate students who'bepn classes last weekat t For Trained Nurses ,WASIflNGJQON . Syracuse: University are the first four rectolents of the ? :a record number of whites were to this day ma1ntaIDa Dixie-like
Alien Font Fellowships in Television and Radio. Fimt. originator NEW YORK.- Efforts to recruit holding down Increasingly near-slavery conditions for
,, and star of television's "Candid Camera" cave tileUnlver.lty Negro Ugh school girls better-pairing Jobs, unemployment poor Negroes. Before the Civil'
last winter to establish the fellowship for into the our sing profession were among Negroes rose .War, many Southern Illinois
Necro students$16,000 in Its television-radio department.The described by two witnesses before during the summer, u Labor leaders sought to preserve
lit Joint Legislative Department spokesmen' there and Lincoln
of 6328 Sermantown slavery opposed -
Funt Fellows are Henry Bourgeois I /
'
Los s j she f Committee on. Public Health closed that a steady decrease In his efforts to contain
Ave. Philadelphia; John Forbes of 1189 South Masselln t
and Medicare. in 'Negro Joblessness during
Boston and Kenneth slavery.In .
St.
Angles Joseph Perkins of 12 Seaver ;
; Testifying at bearings before: the last five years had come Brldgeton, N. J., migrant
of Arcadia La.
Washington of Columbia ,Union College, Takoma the committee; headed by New to an end. farm workers were found to be
Bourgeois, a graduate k.7t York State Senator, Norman F. For many Negroes, It meant
Park kid raised la Trinidad and came to the United StatesIn putting in 12 hours a day for
was
Lent Men Mrs. II, Elisabeth being thrown out of work at a
1961. He hopes to work In television In underdeveloped! coun $6 a day at most u they pick
Carnegie associate editor of time of ever-rising prices. beans on the farms of Louis

tries.Forbes a of Washington State University Pullman, nursing Outlook, and RobertA. For others In two Northern Plxzo, one of the major growers
worked for, KIIX graduate, Los Angeles. He plans tobecome a television M. Peterson, vice president states, It meant having to workon In the country.
for marketing of Ex-Lax, Inc. farms In near-slavery conditions Most of theZ3. OOor so laborers -

director.Perkins Is a graduate of Brandeis University,Waltham Mass., A registered'nurse herself thatmuse hardly changed since are Negroes. Many are
where he majored In psycholocy. He U Interested In market Mrs. Carnegie suggested the Civil War. driven to and from the fields
recruitment should start A Labor Department report
research and audience measurement. t dally from Philadelphia and
Washington Is a graduate of Talladega College Talladega Ala at the junior Ugh school leveL revealed that ,'.2 per cent of Newark.At .
where counselors sboild non-whites were out of a Job
Last summer he worked as a trainee-reporter with the Detroit one fly-infested camp in
Free Press His area of specialty 1s television newswrltlng. channel graduate into high during August compared to 7.9 the area, ,workers live in
fellow receives a stipend of $2,000 plus full tuition. school courses designed to meet per cent, for the period percent chicken coops/ and even
I the Florida MM University workshop for junior high school per- schools. Morever, she said from January through their parents with the farm
SHAW UNIVERSITY sonnel are shown here discussing'' problems in the junior high Future Nurse Clubs and other April. work.
school functions For unskilled laborers, both
Federal tZ
school with Dr. A. E. Teele (standing) director of the workshop. should volunteers raking
Raleigh N.C v-Shaw University has awarded a $1,334,300 contract cthtD84 to acquaint white and Negro the Jobless set up child-care and literacy:
Seated left to right are: Melvin Caswell Center Hlgh.Waycross, with the rate In the between May
to R.N. House and Company, Inc., of Goldsboro N.C. for Negro girls period centers are banned. from the
construcUon of a high-rise Women's dormitory and a Student Ga. ; Mrs. Rubye M. Engram Northwestern Junior High school bright professional future they and August was 7.6 per cent camps.
Union-Dining Hall. Jacksonville; and Elliot W. Graham, Carver Elementary School can attain as nurse*.. up from 8.7 per cent in the "Those people> (the migrant
President James E. Cheek announced that the Board of Trus Ex-Lu'dec1ded on a recruitment period from January through workers) ain't nothing and oe/er
tee's Executive Committee approved low bids totalling $2,044 White Springs. The Southern Education Foundation provided 30 campaign 'in early 1985 April. ,will be nothing, and you and
419.51. Construction on the two buildings Is now underway on scholarships for teachers, counselors, principals, and supervisors when the critical aursing shorU The '.1 per cent Joblessness 'me and God Almighty ain't going
the site located between South Blount and Person Streets the to participate the workshop. photo by rnest 'Flllyau. age was brought to the attentionof among Negroes In August cornDared to change th.m." said Pizzo
University area now being used for athletic practice Roy M.' Goodman, then pre- with 3.4 pet cent amongwhites. in explaining why he will not
campus
facilities. sldent of Ex-Lax and now ( Negroes thus were two-. 'allow workers from Volunteersfor
Architects are McGee and Scorn of Raleigh. Study Tips, For Tim Director of New York City's and-a-half times more likely Service Amtrlcai'ISrA( )
sm....s Ai every parent knows, th' ebb AREA SERVICEMENSAN Finance Administration. The than whiter to be out of a Job to enter his camp.
ace period In a youngster ui Is decision to concentrate on recruiting that month. Meanwhile the Catholic Wei-
FAMU extremely,Important in the development ANTONIO, Tex -Airman Lackland AFB Tex His new Negroes to the Negro teenagers really had 'fare Conference charged that
of habits that very likely Beecher Ellis Jr., son of school part of the Air Training profession was based on statistics It bad. Some 27 per cent of the labor movement is willing
WAHINGTON. D.C-Or. Anne R.Cayles,professor of educationat will rule his adult life Mrs. Ethel M. Hicks of 936 Command which conducts which showed that, while them were out of a Job this to fly la the face of public
While some of the habits
Florida Alml University In Tallahassee has bee appointed a see developing during these parents First Ave. 'S, Jacksonville hundreds of specialized courses Negroes cout1tut.10.5pereeDt summer-about the same as opinion when strictly trade
I field reader for the Bureau. of Research of the U.S. Departmentof years may cause them to despair, ... _.. to provide technically trained of the nation's population, they last summer. The percentage \union Interests are at stake
Health Education and Welfare In addition to her duties at authorities say that good study """' '" -- personnel for the nation's account for only 3 per cent of among white teenagers dropped but has been "calculatingly
FAMU. The announcement was made by R. Louis Bright, associate habits learned and practiced durIng force. prof..a1oDa1l1l1t..11D the coun from 14 to 12 per cent from prudent" In civil rights
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the school years will Improvethe Airman Ellis was graduatedfrom try. last summer to this one. matters. \
commissioner for research for HEW.
........... ,. his student's life, no efficiency matter what throughout Douglas Anderson High Ia'her testimony Mrs. According to Arthur M, Ross, Many Negro leaders quite
he may pursue. vocation School in 1963. Carnegie. drew a distinction: ben commissioner of labor statistics legitimately" ask, the conference -
t VIRGINIA STATE:: Experts at Tangley Oaks Educa SAN ANTONIO Tex. Air- tween proffeilonal and rioting (Washington D. C., said I when the labor
tional Center In Lake Bluff, Illinois man Frank Deny, son of Mrs. practical .nurses, pointing out was prevented only by government movement will move In oa
The first performance of the Virginia State College band out- suggest some simple'rules Charlotte Deny of 1499 W. that one reason for a dearth of programs to give out-of- unions that still practice racial
that will help develop good study 25th St., Jacksonville Fla. has Negroes In the field may be work teenagers "constructive.activity" discrimination.The .
side the United States will coincide with the first appearanceby habits: ,
Montreal been selected for technical due to the tendency among high during the summer conference Is the administrative -
a U.s. College band for a football half-time show In 1. The student should have a definite I
Canada, "When Stat.'."March1ncIlOTroJans"perform for place, a desk or a table, to training at Sheppard AFB Tex. school counselors to "steer" An Increase in Jobs and pay arm' of the Roman
the Montreal leavers game Saturday, October 15. do the work. The chair should be,, u a U. S. Air Force medicalservice Negro students Into practical for skilled workers combined Catholic Church in this country.In .
The Montreal date Is one of five appearances the 110-member a chair straight chair-not a lounging n' .. specialist.The nursing instead of professional with .a decrease In unskilled New York,:banks that discriminate -
Virginia State College Concert and Marching Band will make 2. All the necessary tools shouldbe .r -..__ _- airman recently .nursing Jobs tended to put the bite on against Jews and
through'jut' the North American continent this fall. Led by Dr. close at hand because It'. hard completed basic training at Mrs. Carnegie had highpraisa< low-paid workers. most M other minorities In hiring were
to concentrate if BREECHER ELLIS JR. Lackland for the SoatuUc Fond, established Inflation sped ahead. warned that they be denied
F. Nathaniel Gatlin, director of the department of music band you have to get AFB.Tex. His new '' may
members will appear October 29 In Richmond for the Virginia up and hunt for each tool as you Beach, Fla., has been selected school Is part of the by' the late John D. Skilled workers-toth white millions of dollars In city deposits -
need It, One of the best "tools," Rockefeller Jr., which offers and able
Negro-were generally .
State-Virginia Union Homecoming game November 11 in Washington for technical training at Sheppard -
and the most important single! .. assistance to
Negroes seeking to ahead of inflation
keep
for the Capitol Classics November 12 in Richmond for of home study, U then AFB Tex., u a U. S. AJr'For City Finance Administrator
the half-time performance of the! Richmond Rebels game and resource encyclopedia. It should be the c e aircraft maintenance to enter the nursing profession. through pay raises. But for the Roy'M. Goodman.",urged such
November 20 In New York for the Giants-Atlanta Falcons core around which U built a work. specialist.The 1 Similarly, she cited the efforts unskilled and those on relief, action u he announced that he
of the Mount Sinai Hospital the constant rise In the cost
game. able and enjoyable personal airman recently com- will investigate charges that
********* library. pleted basic training at School of Nursing in going directly of groceries and other necessities Jews are restricted from
td the Negro community meant even deeper po- management posts in &the city'sTOOTHACHE;

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should be made U the junior with,consumer and war
f r; high and 'high school levels, demands.In : '
( 8j9 ft Mrs. Carnegie urged supportof two Northern states, Instances -
i .SHP I 10116 ll t : Senior Javlts amendmentto of grinding poverty In
S. the Allied Health Professions
the midst of
plenty came to
[ 19 6 6 EMlrefsa ......._ ......._".,..,her............ Personnel Training Act, already public attention ?- .Wl Mil.* .M iM.Hf oas(txit-Ht? I M.M.*..M.e n*...,.f...Mid..,. ,Mel_,
l1 FRANK DANCYAir passed by the House of In Southern Illinois often >4 It set tertkMM,.Kt>" M II.iftratfcx .e._.
Representatives. The amendment called "Little Egypt" becauseof tmmtttit t* M.r Nana; "r'p
Training Command which provides for A" S../.M". "" .r lOfTS
The store that cares..about-you conducts: hundreds of specialized support for prospective scholarship nursesIn city Its of Identification Cairo, the with NAACP the orajelFOR \", :.,-,1,..
technically -
to
courses provide professional schools.TO ; charged that Negro farm
trained personnel for the workers were living in near-
\ nations' aerospace force. slavery conditions .
"L ., 1 Airman Due) attended New GET A GOOD JOB A federal Investigation of the
\l.; Stanton High School. GET A GOOD EDUCATION
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