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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
October 22, 1966
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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

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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
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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 22, 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:
UF00028362:00738

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news


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A. Philin Randolfifi 'Wto Of Leaders, Writes An Ooen Letter To Negro Youth _

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AN OPEN LETTER TO NEGRO YOUTH ghettos. I !know that many of your young brothers and sisters In proposing the Freedom Budget I do not want to raise false provoke us into actions which will destroy our movement and
I write you not Just as an older man, but as a civil rights are going to schools far Inferior to and more segregated than hopes. Given the conditions in America today we will have to separate us from others in this society whose help we sorely
leader, who for many years has been deeply concerned about those you attended.In make a vigorous effort to get the Congress to vote any such need. We m ;t not fall into any racists' trap.
the future of Negro youth. the face of these conditions I urge you not to despair. I urge sum of money. I do not make you promises. I ask your help. Only a very email minority, a tiny minority,of young Negroes
I write you as one whose skin is also black and who, therefore, you to Join me in a mighty struggle against such conditions. Therefore, I do not ask you to cool it. On the contrary, I urge have in their frustration resorted to violent behavior. I urge
knows your anguish and hopelessness in the face of continued On October 26, I am opening a campaign to obtain a Freedom you to put the heat on the government I urge you to become the overwhelming majority who have remained disciplined to
discrimination, broken promises and token progress. Budget. I am urging the Federal Government to invest 100 active in the Freedom Movement and make it an Irresistible ask all young people to remember that Molotov cocktails,
Never, since I first Joined the freedom movement in 1914, billion dollars over the next decade to destroy all ghettos, to power, looting, arson and hatred cannot and will not solve the problemswe
have I felt so much grief and distress as in these days, when provide jobs for all, decent housing for all and quality-Inte You can apply pressures and force this nation to face your really care about. They cannot make jobs, or decent homesor
around the country we have seen our cities transformed into grated education for all. Many labor, religious, liberal and just grievances. You can mobilize yourselves and your eldersto good schools..not for you today, not for your children
racial battlefields. civil rights leaders are determined to join together to achieve go to the polls and put their voting power, which is their tomorrow.
When the new school term opened, in September know that these ends. real power, to work for justice. You can organize at the grassroots Mass protest, solid organization, and intelligent use of the
hundreds of thousands of you desperately wanted to return to For I am convinced that the tragic ordeals we have suffered level and demand police protection and respect. You can ballot are the answers to the doubledeallng, tokenism, delay

school, but that you did not have the money to do so. I know this summer on the streets of our cities are the results of fear, join in the hard, day-to-day work of the civil rights organiza- and racism we face. I know at times that these methods seem
that hundreds of thousands of you want nothing so much as to frustration and hopelessness that spring from this nation's tions which need your support now more than ever before. too slow or Inadequate, but they are our major tools. I also
find decent Jobs that will make It possible for you to buy the failure to make it possible for all youth, especially Negroes, I have taken part in many struggles to make your lives more urge you to develop new peaceful methods that those of us who
necessities and some of the nice things in life that make dignity to obtain quality-integrated education and dignified work.In meaningful. In the course of these struggles we have made are older may never develop without your help. 1
possible.I other words,where there is justice, community peace is some progress, I believe, because we did not give In to Finally let me congratulate you for your sense of discipline
know that you face an unemployment rate that is four times possible. Where there is injustice, social discord is inevitable. bitterness, hatred and violence. For this reason, thousandsand and responsibility in the face of grave frustration and often
as high as that of white youth,that most of you have never been Thus we must act to make government responsible to human thousands of people of every creed and color, moved by brutal provocation. I understand how painful such frustrationcan
permitted to gain skills, that police often mistreat you and that need. the justice of our cause and the soundness of our methods, be.Since.
our society seems content to ignore your hopes and aspirations. But I have learned from many struggles that is is not enough rose up to Join our quest for freedom. the 1960 sit-in movement Negro youth has been in the
I know that despite this callous disregard, many of you have merely to ask the government or the President to do what is Yes, we have made some progress, but we have a long way forefront of our great movement. I Implore you to continue
nevertheless walked the streets day after day after day only to necessary and right. Government officials respond to many to go. Yet In our frustration we must not now be so foolish as to be the most courageous force in our great movement to
find no work available for you. I know your parents have year pressure groups. They respond most readily to those who to permit a tiny minority of hate-filled bigots, black or white. wipe racism and poverty from the face of America.
after year sought decent housing only to return to rat-infested exert greatest power. to provoke us into Irresponsible and emotional behavior, to A. PHILIP RANDOLPH

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Tampa Woman Boycott Leaders Powell Sentence Draws REV. KING TELLS U.S. BUSINESSMEN"NEGROES I


Gets 5 Years
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For NarcoticsTAMPA Face Damage Suit Congressman DeadlineNEW Given DESPERATELY NEED uONEY

An attractive 22yearold Monday \

Tampa woman was * * *
For $135,000 LossTwo YORK-Rep. Adam C.
sentenced to five years in the
state prison for women last Powell, found guilty of civil
week on a narcotics charge. contempt of court for the Housing Project Eviction Taken To
Criminal Court Judge Carl leaders of the Dual Negro school boycott were booked third time, has been senten
shortly after midnight last Tuesday on charges of contributing ced to 30 days in Jail and a

to the delinquency of.minors. $250 fine if he doesn't pro-
warrants for me arrest 01 Judge< waybrigm that civllrights duce a financial statement for U.S. Supreme Court For Review
NAACP state president Rut- leaders will take no further a panel of Judges by Monday.But .
ledge Pearson and Wendell P. action until the litigationWENDELL the new court ruling, .
.g Holmes, chairman of the Citi- __ __.? v.t .__ v.._ stemming from the Harlem * * ** * AtloHtans Get

zens Committee for Better Democratic. congressman's re* Arresting, AWomoahlard."" I Stile ..
Education were Issued fusal to pl.y.a' $164,000 libel 7* *** "
Tuesday Juvenile Court k Judgmentmay 'not subject ef Blunt Warning..
Judge Gordon Duncan and the ; Powell to arrest even if he I'

} two men surrendered. Both Ignores it. From. Rev. King
were released on their own I The civil contempt warrant can
recognizance (without bond). only be served within New York r ATLANTA, Ga. -Dr. Martin
The complaint was drawn by and Powell has avoided enterIng Luther King Jr. last Thursdaytold
rabid segregationists Warren the state under the similar more than 400 white people
eNIIYI.I.Is ..- terms of two previous rulings. from Atlanta's t business

; world-men who have money
s and control money-that the
Rep. Diggs ,
.-. e eRUTLEDGE 1, Y rUty American Negro desperatelyneeds
F MtltTlN: money, too.

to Arrest SoughtBy 4 The Southern Christian Lead-
Durrance gave the sentence t a ership Conference president
I Phyllis E. Martin, 211 W. warned that American business
Amelia Miss Martin was on 1 /+ y
HOLMESis LandlordDETROIT leaders must help meet this
probation on a possession of
need. He called for them to use
marijuana charge. w! en Judge
... completed. -(NPIThe arrestof their great power and Influence
Rutledge Pearson, state and Rep. Charles C. Diggs Jr. to obtain a national guarantee
local president of the National (D-Mich.) has been sought by a, of a t least $4,000 a year in
Association for the Advance- landlord who charged that the Income for every poor family.
ment of Colored People, and Congressman broke open an Looking into a sea of whitefaces
PEARSON other civil leaders are at downtown
< rights a packed
apartment building door to rer -
(other defendants in the suit. .. hotel banquet room, Dr. King
Folks and John C. Hoffman. The boycott was the third revealed "two different

In signed affidavits they said I called by Negro groups againstthe UAAJ..AJ'IU"AUrt'1UllCwweslDIUI'__L. _____ and uniformed officer manhandle reissue Negro 10 Americas" to his well-fed,
they were told by several truI I school system here in less patrol car, after she was taken into custody, on suspicion of arson. She vas apprehendedabout well-dressed, prosperous au-
ant Negro children that Pearsonand t than two years. 100 feet from a flaming Molotov cocktail tossed by a car's gas tank, only minutes dience.He .
Holmes kept them out of Surveys show discrimination told members and guests
Arrested with her male
earlier was a Negro. (UPI TELEPHOTO}
school with the boycott of I continues in hiring and promotion of the Atlanta Junior Chamber
Monday and yesterday. i of school personnel, of Commerce that they live
Folks claimed the children I said they wanted to return to Housing Case InvolvesCitizens' Is invested with enrapturing
school but their parents would .' J'i. beauty. It is an America flowIng -
LA not let them. ...r... \ with the milk of prosperityand
)1. IaREP.
: AS.t The charges were evidently the honey of opportunity."
brought on the basis of a ruling 'I.: Civil RightsWASHINGTON "But there is another
WALTKIt LEE LANE I
by Juvenile Court Judge Marlon ... America," Dr.King said."This
.
Durrance revoked probation: GoodIng about two years ago ...... .. ... .., other America has a daily ugli
and sentenced her on a later that persons encouraging :-1, !f, DIGGS The U. S. Any M Department's own place to live and of promoting ness about It that makes for
narcotics possession chaige. minors to picket or stay out of .I< L,4H.. CHARLES Supreme Court was asked last worse, cal: authorities perhaps security and "stability In the endless despair. This Americais
Two other persons arrestedin school are liable for chargesof .. folIc' .. store electrical service to week to review the case of a without exception, have poor families the LDF petition Inhabited by the defeated, .
a county-wide crackdown ou contributing to delinquency :. ... ,..IN M4: 8- A:1( tenants. mother and her three children followed this recommendation.These asserts. the bruised, the battered and
narcotics last June 3,are under of minors.In c...M. ."f( .;: .. Russell Y. Harrison,46,asked who received a 15-day eviction practices does permit "For the reasons, the the scared. It is an America
,
pre-sentence investigation. .for. the meantime the leadersof ;/ 1' "'''.e the prosecutor's office to issuea notice from a low income evictions to be accomplished question presented by this case inhabited by millions of people
-- .. the two-day boycott (last -Nt Ar1nlUNl; "" 41 warrant for Diggs' arrest. housing project J withouta after the giving of a notice to is no less than whether who are poverty-stricken aliensin
1 Monday and Tuesday) which (:,,tV,4Nr..F. IItIROt Diggs walked into Harrison's hearing, the day after she' vacate which does not state thousands of persons are able an affluent society"
to live at minimum level of
1l cost Duval County $135,000 are Sfed building Sept. 25 and pried>en was elected president of the the reason therefor." a The businessmen could have
facing an injunction suit as the utility room lock with a. Parents' Club, a tenant group. Thus, the lease signed Mrs. comfort and decency without found this other America right
l well as a damage suit. wrench, according to police Attorneys of the NAACP Legal Joyce C. Thorpe in November being denied this right by arbitrary in their midst. They ate lunch
and actions
School officials went into court .s._ reports. He and members of Defense and Educational Fund, 1964 with the Housing Authority unexplained serve d by waiters; they met in
Tuesday asking an injunction WARREN FOLKS a civil rights organizationthen Inc. (LDF) assert that the case of the City of Durham, N. C. of public agencies."In a hotel kept immaculate by
addition the LDF brief
against the boycott as well as turned, on the electricity "is of substantial public Importance for occupancy In McDougald Negro maids; they worked in
damages to repay the Duval paid, school 1 facilities are for tenants who had been denied since its resolutionhas Terrace "is substantially Identical says, "the broader question Is gleaming downtown stores and
Involved of the of
School system for the loss of 'Inferior for Negroes and desegregation It.Harrison ramifications affecting the to that used by the right persons offices less than one mile from
illIII.RY state funds. is not proceeding said the utilities had rights of recipients to all formsof hundreds of state and municipal benefits receiving to any at public least a welfare bare Negro slums.
Circuit Judge Roger Waybright :fast enough. been switched off because some welfare benefits." housing authorities administer minimum of Dr. King and his wife, Mrs.
denied an Immediate Injunction Under a federal court order, tenants had not paid their rent. More specifically, LDF ing federal assisted low- tection before procedural the pro- Coretta Scutt King, wen given
but set a hearing for Friday lilts schools began Integrating He did not say why the/ other attorneys argue that the case income projects," according to for life are very taken necessities from a warm reception by the Jay-
afternoon to take up the request ,in 1963 Several hundred tenants should have their is of "great importance" whenit LDF lawyers. them." cees.
for damages and an order :Negroes attend predominantly utilities turned off as well. Is solely viewed for its effects Mrs Thorpe, in receiving Mrs. Thorpe and her children In turn, the Civil Rights
against any future boycotts. ,white schools this year. AU oa "the rights of persons In notice of eviction and being are still tenants in the Durham' champion gave them a grim
Absenteeism was 66.3percent I'grades from the first through12th Dr. Groves Becomes public housing." denied a hearing, was the denied due housing project, under orderof portrayal of life among their
in the 32 all-Negro schools are affected. The, LDF petition points out rights guaranteed by the North Carolina Supreme Negro brothers, and a lesson
: PAGAN Tuesday. It was 58.2 per cent Meanwhile State SchoolSuper- that, according to the U. S. process clause of the 14th Court preventing their eviction In business and economics.
Monday when the boycott Christian Central State Prexy Department of Housing and Amendment and the first and He pointed out that, despite
probation. They are Henry C. 1 Intendent Floyd until the U. S. Supreme Court
amendments of the U. S.
started. Normally the absentee the $50.3 million Urban Development, "there are fifth the biggest economic boom of
Fagan, 21, 2802 22nd Street,and returned passes on their petition for
rates for those schools are WILBERFORCE, OhioNPI)- Constitution, her attorneysmaintain. all lime, Negroes ever day
Walter Lee Laney, 25, 211 W. ,school budget to the Duval approximately 1,4000 local writ of certlorarl. y
Park Street. Lane y was accused 15 per cent on Mondays and j 10 cent on Tuesday. Dr. Harry E. Groves former The power of the Durham If all Americans had the same
d having i synthetic per structions to Increase It at rent projects throughout the in the LDF's new program of
morphine in his possessionwhen All-white and Integrated I least by $922,328 to maet dean of Texas Southern UniversitY" United States. Housing Authority "to evict litigation to protect and low standard of living as Negroes
schools in the school system law school last week without a hearing, and hence in 1966 he said the
arrested and Fagan with 4 existing salary and contractual These authorities, the lawyers establish the rights of poor : ,
possession of marijuana. -15th largest in the nation obligations.ewmVOTER( was inaugurated as the new assert, have been advised by for no reason or at the unbridled people. The LDF Is acting, in I!entire nation would be plungedinto
continued at normal rates of president of Central State the United States Public Housing whim of housing this case, in cooperation with another Great Depression.
attendance through the boycott University, a school with a Authrolty to draw up their tenant officials, runs directly contrary Center for Social Welfare Joblessness among Negroes,
VOTE Wendell Holmes, a leader in student body of 2,200 and a leases on a '.month to month to the purposes of insuring Policy and Law of Columbia I he noted, is more than, twice
calling the boycott, assured monthly budget of $250,000. basis. low-income citizens a decent University Continued on Page 10



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I LT VOTE c'1'7r P- JJi tO PACE OF PROGRESS NOT FAST ENOUGH


J ? recent magazine poll showed that 70percentof, white poop!
NEGROERIC : PD ......XTfa 1; r. feel that Negroes "are trying to move too fast." These peopl
obviously feel that passage of a few laws,Important u they are
1 Is removing the inequalities which exist In our society. It u interesting
that only 4 percent of Negroes polled agreed with them
0. SIMPSON...;Manatint Editor, 'Thus, it appears that there is an"information gap" between th<

1 whiten who feel Negroes are moving toofastand the 96 percen
HILDA INTER iA of Negro citizens who are only too well aware off the tragic dis-
.Circulation Maoafer crepancles between the living standards of whites and Negroet

I caused by years of discrimination and neglect
-.,.
a.c.cC- i A look at a few of the most relevant
will be enough to convince any -
I .3n: ;Moacriil RDd ,.Phpe'EIC1ajA1flMailiat I I 1 server that Negroes must go a long
they can become full partners in statistlUIl I
Address society. I

'' A Take Income, for example. The |
P. 0. BIX. 599 J Jacksonville, Florid 3220H I ) for Negro families is $3,971. But this,

MIAMI( OFFICE little more than half of the median) Income tor ,. -
white families-47,170. Indeed the relative, &oltion ottle,

An I $ Negro has declined since 1952 when Negro median family in-
3rd
138 Ml ;. .plwelaiLlHIS1 for white families
( T come was 57 percent of the figure '
? The Negro has a greater knowledge of poverty, too. Negroes
SUBSCRIPTION RATES comprise 11 percent of the population, yet four out of every ten
;
One Year $6, 00 Half Year, $4.00 poor people are Negro. More"shoc gue the figures for the

Mailed to You Anywhere in the United states r urban poor family. Of primary family) units in cities that is,
children-only one out Jwenty white familie
husband, wife and ;
in advance
Subscription payable earn less than the$;),(;-30 poverty standar set:ty> the government;
I Send check or Monkey Order to: ,4 But more than one out of every five such Negro families eam

FLORIDA STAR P.O BOX 599 less than this inadequate sum.

,Jacksonville 1. Florida The Negro is for more likely to suffer unemployment his unemployment .
e -- 1 rate is double that for whites, and has been sln,
:i.THEY the early 195PS. It Is especially rough on young people. ne

5.5. Kresge Sets Example most recent figures show that the unemployment rate for white
e youths aged 18 and 19 declined from 19 percent a year ago to 15

Hundreds of times In this nation V percent. But unemployment for Negro youths In this group actually
we
have witnessed the Increased in that time-from 27 percent to 32 percent or
rise
to riches. of men from rags ARE COUNTING ON YOU..DON'T LET THEM DOWNI! one In three.
Such a man was S, S. Kresge, It is clear too, that these tragic figures are due to discriminatory

5-and-10 cents store magnate, who passed practices. Lack opportunity has resulted in 44 per
on to his reqard last week. .1- - - - -- -- -- -- - -- cent of Negro males holding Jobs as laborers or service

'Sebastian S. Kresge died after he reachedthe I I employees as opposed to only 15 percent of white makes. When
old I 1 we look at the salaries of young Negro high school graduates,
ripe age 99, and this was the acme
the story becomes even more shocking. Their median weekly
1
Your
of a career which he started with a Weekly 1 salary is only $42 compared to $58 for the white high school

beehive and ended with a fortune in five 1 dropout, and ;$62 for white high school graduate.
and dime stores. These are only a few of the statistics which could be cited in

When his riches were about to bury him, the Held of employment, but what does this mean in other areas
he started of life? It means substandard living conditions,bad housing, and
educational
an foundation which 1 G ide.t
Horoscope lower life expectancy.Only .
has given away $65 million in Philanthropy :*"'. : 13 percent of white families live in substandard housing,

Kresge attributes hid success to. 1 l .* *. I *' j but forced into urban ghettos and in a less favorable economic
1L almost half of families live in substandard
the virtue of frugal lity. position, Negro
Some men know how to make money, while' I *! .* housing.
: PABLO The -
born I By ASTROLOGER The Negro citizen has a life expectancy of only 64 years,
do not. Mr.
others Kresge was near '
but the white person has a life expectancy of 71 years. Infant
Bald Mountain, Pa. in 1867, where he got II' mortality rates also show that Negroes have less of a chanceto

his start in business at the age of 14'I, ii.c.tI.'AFrE life Itself. For every thousand babies born to Negro parents,
with a beehive given to him by a neighbor, ..1 YOUR LUCKlY/ DAYS FOR 1i' 41 die, as opposed to 21 white babies per thousand. A Negro boy
born today has the same chance of reaching the of 20 asa
age
Within five the had : I'
years, youth parlayed 'I ,
white child has of reaching the age of 37.
it into five beehives, turning the BUSINESS; LOVE TRAVELARIES :' In every area of American life, figures,could be cited to show

profits over to his father to pay for his 'I that the gap between Negroes and whites remains. And this gap

education. I' .. 1 is not merely a statistical one. The figures are symbols for
- -- --- .. .
-----r.-.r,
.
-- shorter life
worse Jobs less
slum
Negro youth can get a lesson from the pay, housing, poor education -

career of Kresge by emulating a life of CANCER LIBRA CAPRICORN inflicts,on and the all poor.the degradations and Indignities society

frugality foresight, perservrance, ,and BORN MARCH :BORN JUNE BORN SEPT. ,, BDRN.OEC. An affluent American cannot sink into complaceny and smugly -

high motivation, ** *....*<* 22oiTThink 23rd .. OCT. 23rd 22nd -.. JAN. 19th agree that the Negro is "moving too fast." The figures art
JULY
22nd
21itf APAILi9ti.. ,. there for all to see; He is not moving at all. It democracy and
Chicago Pays Price Of Revenge, voice counts.., You" ave. about it.-One of the obligations What's a bargain i ? Something Come to life. Yoo may' have justice have any meaning,America must move,and move quickly -
Your (; of modern life is that that you need urgently, and been allowing the world to pass to insure that ail its citizens share equally In the fruits of
lose at the
much to win or to which has
as been marked down
Revenge, apprently it seems was the cause the having to do with what goes on in you by while you were clingingto society
other fellow This Imposes from
a former high price, may views and customs that are
individual communities well
of the death of a theology professor, Dr. duty of making your vote count as be considered a good buy. But now considered tobe out of date.
Robert W. Spike, In the guest room of a when the time to elect can- as In the should nation.This means that if you are selecting an item Should you recognize this to bea ,THE"URBANLEAGUE
no one complacently
religious center in Columbus, Ohio. didates rolls around. Your Job, on, remaining go oblivious to the that was created especially for.a fact, It may be the ideal monthto
a healthy economy and the wel- sales promotion and for which
start remedial
taught in the taking meas-
The ministry professor necessity of making a choice
fare of your dear ones may all you haven't the least use what- ures. It may not be a bad move STORY
and when election
School rolls around.
University of Chicago Divinity day ,,
stand In the balance.They could soever, you may then be charged to enlarge your field of travel
!(Tere issues at stake
are great
had to deliver the dedication address the kind of individuals
come be affected by with frivolity or extravagance. and higher-mind education
for the United Campus Christian Center.He who are named to and you cannot afford not to Join'' This is a distinction that many of should your circumstances per J31iW?$ L BJtOWNE
the others who believe as do
was found dead by the custodian who occupy a high office In your In making voices heard.you No, you will have to make during this mit you to do so.There also are "
community or In the land.Cometo your : quarter. The same may be said opportunities to be found in club
had come to clean his room. matter how startling results
grips with the Issues and about some of the candidates and social circles where _
It is thought that the minister met his out to the best of may seem to most people on, you'
figure your runnir. for office. Come election may even be elected to play a I'i' --E-
death account of his civil rights what the merits and election day, there are pos- \
on abWty just slbUUtles that oportunlties''! choose the person who commanding role by those who ._
activities in Chicago Reverend Spike had faults of the nominees may be. will thus be created new for those In your estimation, has the appreciate your qualities and ;
J
served Election day seems to hold greatest ability rather than the experience.
once as executive director of the
who are ready and to
willing The
Urban
stunning surprises that will one who has a silver tongue but League bas a
commission respooslbUty to the citizens In this
on religion and race of the seize them. 6-90-44-17-55-482
leave some elated and others whose promises may be ab- community who do not have adquate housing.
National Council of Churches.At far down In the dumps. -88-12 --98-857' solutely worthless. The city of Jacksonville bas a minimum housing code that bas
the moment no one can present facts helped to
get many areas cleaned
9-60-99-18-93-590 AQUARIUS: up for the first time in twenty
to support the allegation that the deceased I. _-'tnU.UIIIIIt'70v...- -vv -vvv.... 'irV [ ((20)) years One can not visualize the amount cl rubbish and

minister met his death at the hand B08riuLY, : SCORPIO BORN JAN.i\ trash that was a part of the normal scenery or many deprived

of seeking but will know 20th areas
we
one revenge; FE8-1'Jb'
sooner than we think. TAURUS :: 23rd AUG. 22nd'See BORN OCT. IPs, self-interest.: Good dwellings U the minimum shall housing code Is enforced all apartments and
BORN how"good lf is. It government provide for a healthful envlornment with living
APRIL generally 24tb
NOV.
2.2nd. whether on the local or facilities arranged and
Shame On is not for show equipped to assure such a condiUon.
Calif. School RiotLast 20th MAY 20 individuals in certain lands when Discover yourself. There may national level, is symbolic of a EachdweUlng shall be connected toaportable wat.r supply and
go be a pool of Inner strength which free and prosperous land. The a sewer system. Plumbing
week a group of Negroes at a pre The price of freedom as well as into complete Isolation for a problem often bolls and shower facilities such as sink lavatory, tub
down
could be untapped because of on must be In
dominantly colored schools in Oakland, good government, national and stated period. It simply Is because your lack of awareness of its how to keep it that way. One unit must have hot and good cold working water condition Each dwelling

California, rioted, disrupted class, and local, may Just be a natter of silence and loneliness existence. Even U you are, you of the trump cards that Is all Every dwelling must be wired, adequate for electric light and ventilation. and-
did harm to white taking the trouble: otgoLigothepolls conducive to closer communication powerful lies In the the fixtures Ugbts
teachers, and so on. may have neglected to take stock privilegeto must be in good repair
this was uncalled on election day. Cut to do with nature or the Higher of its to advance vote, making it mandatory Poor heating equipment has
for and those power your taken the
responsible lives of citizens
this, It also is necessary to understand Forces. This, In turn, brings each and winter many
personal Interests and everyone to regularly every season Now
primary go with
a minimum
must be disciplined promptly. the issues as to be much greater wisdom to the housing code this
to the shouldcease
ambitions. It could take a trainIng polls and to Every home
Teachers are having hard enough time enabled to vote intelligently for person who is willing to sacrifice exercise his or her to appliances that will will have central heating or heating
or educational course, a duty select safely maintain a
disciplining school pupils as it is, the benefit of yourself, the the time and other willingness to be more open- the candidate who will be There must be adequate space for dwelling normal at 10 family degrees lift
and privileges in
the
without permitting rioting thugs to takeover family Whatever happens community.the resultsare Leos could try fair this exchange.In minded, or an extensive travel devoted to the cause for which determined by the code.Each dwelling shall be safe and sanitary

It will be a sad day for education apt to surprise many more Wed form, to appeal for divine mod- undertaking to get you to real- you stand. This should give you this Includes exterior foundation, walls, roof and the interior:
Ize that you may possess all the food for thought from the 1st- floors, walls, ceiling,windows,doors stairs
if this kind of behavior is allowed to han Just a few. They are more guidance when they are voting, elements required to 7th. You could be fearful and etc. Every dwelling porches drainage
project must have protectionagainst
l likely to be termed upsets than for the candidates who wlU flies,
unpunished. be
go regardingthe state of the mosquitoes
yourself Into the and Insects. Rodent
limelight. gen control
and rubbish afiatarbaM
else because of their )<
anything
The instigation of disorder in 'blackpower" : some potential leaders. Those of you who are affiliated eral as well as personal controls. V
unusual factors that have
demonstrations has, of necessity, very been operating under the sur 7-99-33-19-54-903 with political groups should find economy, and this may greatly The responslb11ty for making the code a workable tool rest
it In your Interest struggle Influence your final choice. with the and the landlord Citizens
spread in an off-shoot direction. If our :I face. "Sf. should become knows -

schools are permitted to become dis- 430331997472GEMINI VIRGO valiantly which you for believe.the person or causein 5-30-88-15-56-947 ,1 Iledgeable relatesto the tenant the and rewards landlord and responslb11ty or the.coc1cas It

orderly, the country will go to the dogs. BOBN AUfi. 1.60-99-18-37-988

and it does not matter if it is causedby 23rd 0 SEPT. 22nd P1ES '.THIS \WEEK I IN NEGRO-HISTORY:

Negro or white persons taking the law BORN MAY Show superiorly. The possibility BORN JEt.. ,

into their own hands. list JUNE 21st of rising up to whateverthe SAGITTARIUSBORN ..J1t. MAR. 20t Oct.Garden 23,,New 1935 York.Joe Louis defeated'Max Baer In Madison "SqW-

White Backlash Becomes Powerful ?)ne of your first concerns could not be occasion overlooked may demand while you should both NOV. Do what others do.Irs nd as

the types of persons who are have the will and stamina to back 31'ECisJ; : difficult for you as it Is for most Oct 23, 1952 Frank E* Peterson Jr., Topeka Kansas, was
The'"block power" slogan has embitteredthe :]Idding for high office. It Isn't you. Be tolerant and helpful people to adjust to changing the first of his race to win a commission and wings in the
u it should be. The stability when Ute or business Hold your band. U there is times customs and circum U. S.marine Corps.
your partner -
emotions of certain white people hat is essential in a country is anything that will not wait, try stances. But this does not imply
undergoing a rather
more than it has Negroes. It is the (1 T, community Is a mattter of trying experience. AM show and get done this first quarter. that you always approve of them. Oct 2L,1953.Dr? Job B- King became the first Negro to be
opinion of many that the white backlashif t l uterest to everyone making it magnanimity when you can win Otherwise, call a halt on In fact, some of the things that assistant school superintendent in New York City.
afraid that Negroes are making a "bid toslrable to show more awar- hands down over your competitors projects that have to do with are now going on,or that are befog -

for Negro supremacy. peso of who is most likely to who may also be in trouble. yourself associations and pro advocated, may be just a Oct 28, 1910 Tom Mollnea', a slave, fought Tom Cribb of
11a.Inta1:11t. Your mind should This could fesslonal Interests. Of course, mite too much even for the good England for cause you to feel
A conducted
survey by Columnist Lou 4e made up by election day.But ten feet high and ready to face' It does not Imply that you must natured Plsclan to take. Where

Harris of New York indicated that the despite. polls or predictions,. whatever life and the world have: overlook the necessary precautions your mate and home companions Oct. 26, 1953 Author-sociologist Elizabeth R. Hares, first of
cry of 'black power" is a direct indictment the announced results could take In store for you. While you are I to safeguard your assets, are concerned, it appears wiser her race to be YWCA national secretary,died to New York City.
to violence which is rapidly undoing verybody, more or less, by about attending to your own affairs should you have the slightest for you to close your eyes to
much civil rights progress. urprlse.. It may be termed an devote enough time to the-,' feeling that It would be wiser to such matters that 'may be .',.Oct 27'Ohlo1 National'Negro Labor Council founded In Cincinnati -
'upset" year, no matter which study of the Issues that do so. The Issues that have been 'deemed of no great Importance.You ,
While whites are emotionally arised over ide you are on. As confusing during the are Involved brought out during preelectioncampaJpn will have your chance,

the 'black power" doctrine, they should u things may seem on thesur-' Then take your place elections.in line appear to be Important which should not be missed to Oct. 29, 1951 Ollie Matson selected most valuable Pacific

have no fear of'Negro supremacy. For how face, there are signs that fine, ,and cast your vote as you usually enough for everyone to go to express your approval or other Coast senior and awarded the Glenn (Pop) Warner Trophy.
can one tenth of the Motional population pportunities for you will be ,1 do, Intelligently and the polls and to cast a telling wise of certain policies or
take reated In the course of time.I nlly. vote. Individuals on election day., Oct. 29, 1937 Henry Armstrong won the featherweight boxing
over the rule of the nine-tenths? J pu ps '
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title from Pedro
9-50.-33-14-22-377 3-60-22-71-66-79,2 2' '50-33- It"8878 7-40-22-14-89-427 Sarron at Madison Square Garden New York.



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: Hosts Club 3 I Glendale Social Club Meets! :-


,|'p Sponsor Program 1 SPEAKING 41i ilk Ya'r I II IIThe I

"'For AnniversaryThe 1,1- SOCIALLY Louise 8


Friendly Hostess and Host LH Illl ., ,,,, !!,!?,!,?,,,, ?,., ?. ,?. .. .. .r .

Club will, sponsor a program \ big week-end is here. Final ,
Sunday In observance of Its second : ; preparations organizations in the city to participate
anniversary at 8 p.m.. In have been made for the Annual in the planning of a Training and Citizen-

the Elks Auditorium. 712 W. Garor Bowl Classic, the football contest ship Education Workshop to be held in
Duval Street. )' J Y J 1aI.t between the Bethune-Cookman Wildcats and
h.;
t
I Jacksonville.
The participants are: Twelfth n the South Carolina State Bulldogs The The group will meet biweekly -
Christian Mrs. Ethel D. in the Afro-American Life
Club Insurance
battle between the two teams
Bannister, Miss Delores Anderson should prove Building.
Mrs. Etta M.Williams,' r Bulldogs in games that were played on The National Urban League has authorized
Mrs. Mary Goodman, Sons of- successive I weekends.The two
pilot for
projects leadership
Jubilee, Mrs. Elizabeth Fair, stage has been set and the curtain is develop- .
Rev. A. Williams, Barnett Sin- r about to rise. The first act will be the ment in Jacksonville one for rural and
gers Mrs.Corine Waters,Mrs. one for urban residents.
.Bethune-Cookman Alumni breakfast Saturday
Christine Arnold, Mrs.Mildred Interested clubs and individuals should
Jefferson, Mrs. Mary Nealey, u morning at 8:00: a.m. at the Heart Of contact Clanzel T. Brown acting executive
Celestial Gospel Singers, Mrs. Jacksonville I Motor Hotel. We must say the director of Jacksonville Urban
Essie M. Thomas Mrs. Serene group couldn't\' have selected a more League.

Williams Ladies Mrs.,Geneva Incomparable MitcheibViolet beautiful setting. Following the break- ******

Ladies Elevator Ladles, and fast, at 1:00: p.m. the entire communitywill Irma Murray was hostess when Gems Bridge

the Ladies of Leisure. be treated to a grand parade, fea- Club held its regular bi-monthly meeting

turing participants and queens from last Friday evening.
SESSIONMembers of the Glendale Social Club- who attended the Bethune-Cookman and S. C. State Elizabeth
Colleges
In 1909, a meeting of Negro last recent Simmons, Vermal McCone and
the
meeting at home of Mrs. W. M. Johnson who
was well from local schools Bernice
and whites as as and organi- Henderson
met In Niagra Falls, hostess to the were high scorers in
Canada to take steps to form meet are shown ready to participate in the zations. The Bethune-Cookman Alumni will the bridge session.

i the N.A.A.C.P. refreshment period which followed the session. From left are : reassemble again following the arad.at. ,

Mrs. Johnson the hostess, and Christmas Fund treasurer; Mrs.G. lovely home of Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel ******

(WIG G'AMOURHigh Weston second vice president ; Mrs. Idella Kirby, financial Davis, 1 IUI6 Jefferson Street, where they One guest was present when Leona Bennett

secretary, Mrs. Mary Alexander, Mrs. Mary Covington Mrs. R. B. will enjoy barbecue on the Dav I ses' pat 10.SOuth entertained sophisticated Bridge Club In

Fashion Mostell I Mrs. Ocle L. Bell reporter; Mrs. Ethel Crawford, Mrs. Caroline Stateites will dine at the1' her Durkee Drive home.

Style Christine Campbell I first vice president Mrs. Mabel Taylor, Guinyards, 576U Cleveland Road. The main Vermal I McCone Johnnie M. Mitchell ,
president and Mrs. Helen Polite fund
sinking treasurer.
act and the climax to the orand oerfor- Marie McClain and Geneva Wheeler, were
Makes You Star
,- Photo By James Sing'leton -
Look More mance will, take place In the Gator Bowl among participants.

? V Beautiful "Afternoon Officers flec"edThe Saturday fternoon at 8:00: when
> Of Music"The TEA TIME p.m. ......
Than EverONLY the two teams will I I meet in what should be

to'7FuLL Democratic Women's Ed- Mrs. Blanche Polle will spon- Douglas Anderson' a ""Nip-and Tuck" battle, as it is felt Anticipating the November I opening of
'' /5 ucational and Voters League sor a Green Tea Sunday from Debating Dragons organized and-
4 that the
J. Butler
CAP will present the annual 4 to 6 p.m., In First Born elected officers for the 19666'1school they are very evenly matched. The new Eugene JuniorSeniorHigh
.sATRACTfNVCTOMEN-O.tI.M.: ? "Afternoon of Music" Nov. 27 Temple, 835 W. Monroe St. year. final act and closing scene will I take School the administration has
SP H..' ."r...It tlr..n and br.U uurn' c-tla..aY..Ur..In.MMI .1.....,, In St. Paul AME Church. Mrs. W. C. Neal will be the The officers are:Sharon Johnson place In the Duval Armory following the started orientation proceedings for
ran Yb .lo tr-Iu.I four nom mat Miss Jacqueline B. Smith,j president Gwendolyn Me- The
rout.euw..I.I..d., P.r poilm.it II M plMpiuuioiMil.llHr speaker. ; game. Bethune-Cookman Alumni As- students. Last Sunday afternoon the
> Jlurnrihll.UwiuppI I,loiu, musician and instructor at ******** Crary, secretary Deborah
Northwestern Junior High'I ; sociation is sponsoring a Victory Ball I senior high students assembled in the
Jones assistant
VALMOR HAIRTYLU Lily White Lodge 217, Mrs. secretary;
School, will have charge of the Walta M. Armstrong'captain Mickey Hartley, treasurer; featuring Junior Parker and his band. cafeteria where they were greeted by the
,Dept. M 663 program. Other talent In the city for the August table for the Lynette Pauline, reporter; De The public is invited. administration and faculty and then takenon
Mil r r.lrl' Aw.,Chftof Mat ,will appear on program. Calendar Tea, will sponsor a borah Bartley, chaplain, and a tour of the building. Seventh grade

Spiritual Tea, Nov. 13 in the Jimmie Jackson, parliamentarian. ...... students were scheduled for 10:00: a.flu,

home of Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Last oaturday's' I"Open House"" staged by Friday, October 28, and eighth and ninth
Nelson, 1814 W. 10th St. Mrs. The members are: Bruce
M. Wright will be the,speaker. Smith, Johnny Baldwin,Earlene Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Atwater of U95U Hhode grade students were scheduled for Sunday
******** Burney, Myra Reese, Herbert Island Drive was an interesting and enjoyable afternoon October 30 at 3:00: p.m.

The Woman's Christian Service -> Griffin, Joann Reynolds,Walter affair. The Awaters left no Mrs. George B. Nairn will entertain the

Union of Second Baptist Trlson, Sandra Polke, Rutrlcla stone detail in constructing the lovely, faculty at a breakfast Saturday morning,
Church will James and Verdell Mosley.
sponsor a Fellowship split-level house in which October 28 at their home
Tea Sunday at 4 p.m. in Mrs. B. S. Holzendorf Is the they reside. on American
,
;SSjf. the home of Mrs. Georgia; advisor Persons invited were openly pondering what Beach.

Mungin, 1739 W. 17th St. they could possibly select as a house- _
Mrs. Janie Cannon will be Ladies Auxiliary warming gift for the couple whose home is I
"Jackso/n Hit' and. the speaker, and will be pre- '
Lnrgrst next Known already so completely and tastefully THINGS ARE CHANGING.
I sented by Mrs. Laura Campbell., To Sponsor MusicalThe furnished.
rl I ,inrl, rrrd nolft U.1v/ Wmtl Irrin M indent M'foryi Mrs. Rosa Barrows will serve'as Have looked at the Wanted
you Help ?
,w'.r; t/ii* uii'tf'/ HIIIIQ/, itil tht /IIII/II fo iiiorrv *fioi<( ttfhif out_: Mistress of Ladies The Jacksonville Urban League has Invited lately
Ceremonies. 100
'uuii ill !IniHilbull uanin' Hit Nottmtitr podlical boltllnttoH /' Auxiliary ,
i;, mlhr.aItlM/Ary.hrwt., : .. ******** Brotherhood of Railway and key individuals and civic Equal opportunity is in business turnt f
r lluiitur,,,., ..,1/Ihiff/...,;,,:.l no ?ierrt lo icvriy. about irtfood. .lretl.nr.lA1Gl / Steamship Clerks, Freight
,Annie's Chapter 1'75. OES.will .
SATa.MULLET sponsor a Musical.Tea Sunday, Handlers, tipress ana taUOll WEDDJNGJELIS'
: from 4 to 6 p.m., In the Masonic -' Employees, will sponsor a
Lb. 35c musical and literary tea Sun-
Hall, 913 Jefferson Street. Joseph Williams, Jr., 4030
I The baby contest will also ter day from 4 to 8 p.m., In the LlnevUle Court 22 and Carolyn
minate. YWCA, 8th and Calhoun Street. Elaine Warren, 372 Nixon St.,
SPANISH MACKEREL Appearing on program will be Mrs. Maggie Sloan Is general 18. D'15 urea
Mrs. Eartha chairman. Collln Winston Brown, King-
FLOUNDER lb. 29c Harper, Young The
partlclpantslacludeE.D.
Adult Chior of Mt. Ararat ton Yard, Jamaica 21 and The- 135 Broad St. 3535791FULL
prnllnerd.t Our 'tJt.'ol{ braehe Dorsey, Gatecity Four P.J. .
George Baker, Ernest Thomas, resa Taylor, 1228 Grant St., '
Miss Altha Parker Miss Vas- Williams, Mrs. Viney Fordand 20. _
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BOAT WHITING lb. 39c hue Davis, Mrs. Alma Henry Ollie M. Donalson. Mrs. Cin- Frederick Clifford Lockley, 19r
Th..tltI.... 'H"' f.n,. f,.", ).......,". '...11 Mrs. Juanita McLendon and derella Folsonls hostess chair.... 3802 Brick Rd., 22 and Inez
Miss Juanlta Smith. .man; Mrs. Ollle Mae Williams 'Bethea, 2904 Boulevard, 23 I
******** program chairman and Mrs. Edmond Glover, 11251st St.,55
1'/1 f BIG J A Harvest Tea will be spun Helen Glover, refreshments and Doreatha Sheffield, 1125 1st

CROAKERS sored Sunday by the Prosperity chairman. St., 50.Charles.
VA lIDSPOT f'Nt' Court 124 In E. Reed, 740 Ever-
Saunders Center,
LB A.L. Lewis YWCATo
C southside. son St., 19 and Christina Mae
GIYYIYI OCI.N vlaw 3 9 ******** Gordon, 740 Everson St., 19.
BLUEFISH Conduct
Royal Terrace Club One will ClassesIn Carlos Mobley, 1257 JeffersonSt.
SHEEPSHEAD EIUIIYICYAIINGIN, sponsor a Silver Tea Sunday ., 22 and Janice Geneva An- 4+ JJ {
rom 4 to 6 p.m., In the homeof Sewing, KarateThe drews, 634 Court E. 18. I
the T.m,_ ,_H.id.01 ,',...,..M'-..., PI., Mrs. A. Singleton, 5645 Eddie Jones, 617 1/2 W. Beaver -
SHELL OYSTERS $510 Avenue "B". A. L. Lewis Branch of St., 40 and Alice Marilyn
BUSHEL ******** the YWCA will begin classesIn Scott, 617 1/2 W. Beaver St.,
SELECTS FOR FRYING $165! Royal Court 230 will sewing karate and bridge
PINT sponsor 33.David 3 COMPLETE
Nov. 7, according to Mrs.
Lee Everett 1922 Tus-
$125 a Friendly Fall Tea Sunday from
STANDARD FOR STiWING. PINT I 4 to 6 p.m., at Marshall Prayer Frances Waldon, adult program kegee Rd., 21 and Mildred Gere- wv ROOMS OF LUXURY

Mission, 1348 Whitner Street.. director. tha Thomas, 1922 Tuskegee Rd.,
The sewing class will meeton
******** 20.
i Iqw SNAPPER 69c,,,1 Pallbearers Society 14 will Monday and Wednesday at i
TAIL SN.1Pref 1:30: o'clock and the bridge $36995
a Fall Tea from
sponsor Sunday
class meets Monday at 8 p.m. A SEWING'BIRDThe
4 to 6 p.m.:, In the home of Mr. The karate t classes are '
and Mrs. Ransom Greene, 1650 scheduled Monday and Wednesday tailorbird of Asia uses
nnl W. 20th Street. its bill as a needle and bits of '
from 7:30 to 9:30: p.m., and 1 $25.00 q: DELIVERS!
St. Luke 'DistricisPlan the children's dance class will fiber or grass to sew leaf edges _
into a sack, which it fills with
meet each Saturday at 11 a.m. A
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:Saturday !Is the final day for -rt
Mass Meeting enrollment. 'a soft nest. -

The districts of St. Luke Baptist :' r
l Church will conduct their r

mass meeting Sunday at 4 p.m.

1 fir In the church auditorium with
r 9 DIstrict 2 in charge of the
: program.The i I sY y r .
participants are: Rev. M.
J. Trowel West Friendship
Gospel Chorus Mrs. Daisy J.RCQUINS
Taylor, Alton Armstead, Mrs. Ak
Emma Murray, Mrs. Bessie ,
hyans, Mrs. Lucille Evans,
Mrs Mamie Penick Moses lONDON 7-'c. Living loom
nP.
Armstead and Mrs. Maggie, 1'1 f .,1'd Sl.nl. .INttr...4 ..Ie( ..o .h."
Stills. J ..
fItOulbt I.1YIl.IM.I i*Iw.w" '
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Yoirf clwct !cvtort
"" ,10 wi
Slates Veteran Day London ,.l lobnc .> ..,f C..5..ray..b.YU

Gateway Barracks 'and the TOWERDISTILLED /. "I .., .Lila l .i**txkioilrW ilntic
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i Ladles 1 TALL Mo. U
Auxiliary 3131, World I '
uff __ War I Veterans, will celebrate $189'
Veterans Day, Nov 11,with open :
house throughout the day at.H.James I 5-Pc. Dlnett Se
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Center,Grunthal and cRrlc .. ...
t lokl
LONDON Sro KIr M 4t
nmMY >* I
Hurst Place. S loo.l. II M", .,.* ...$.-../...
KEN KNIGHT The parade will be formed on IW ...o> row 4 H1** '*....

Water Street at 10.40a.m.: ri $39i
Following the parade a memorial -
-Invites You To Listen To-: service will be held at the 1 '

,Center's park, beginning at 1 ( PINT ,-S 7-'c.Ir'/.......droom.. ..1104
BIG BAND, pThe 7 -nn, ...... eot4-...... 1.1 .M
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firing squad will give the .h..w' -- '''' dMATTCSU
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honor salute and the entertain.meat A BOX f'.I.! 4
aPSINO S S ..n.,_4 2P,ll.-s..dW.1
"DANCE PARTY"NiftDr committee of Mrs. Rosa, under Summers supervision -, : m /2, PINT 145i ; PutowsTOO $149 95a :

chairman, will serve dinners '

11:30': '! til 12:00:, ilir.ir 9 p.n.: throughout the day.
The program will begin at
1:45: p.m., under direction ofWrs. i t l' UkE
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I: Second Baptist To Celebrate Anniversary Of Church And Pastor .



r- Ml. Ararat District! Tea EventPARTICIPANTS Rev Sams'8th Anniversary.

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NOW! ", .I Church's 116th To Be AI

4 LOCATIONSTO S 4 Y : Second Baptist Church will observe Its 116th "

SERVE YOU3118W.EdewoodAv nie the church and the eighth of Rev. James Carl Sams,

.. IL Nov. 614.Outstanding. -- ... --

3701 EMERSON ministers choirs,
830 CASSAT AVE. and soloists In the city willparticipate

1824 WEST BEAVER each Kin'ado
cated to Building the
of God," is the theme, and
"Serving and Building
Together," Is the motto.
"HousewivesYOU 4 Rev. R. A. King of Greater
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j : ;------: Payne Chapel AME Church will
conduct the opening service.
e Appearing Nov. 7 will be Rev..
A. J. Hughes of St. John and
DON'THAVE Rev. W. C. Flanagan of Central
CME. They will be accompanied

TO /, 'Yr4 by their congregations.Mrs. .
LLL SSSi t Edith Jones will be guest
I lYA 1 soloist; Mrs. Benita Sumlar
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BOYCOTTPREMIER will give the welcome; Bernest
Cook and Albert Harris will ,,-
It& give the scripture and prayer. Rev. James C.Sams
MEAT Rev. J. L. Hall, assistant
r pastor, will preside for the scripture, prayer, Daniel Troy
Members anniversary program. On Nov. and Cleveland Raymond. Mrs:
of Choir No.2 of Mt. Ararat Baptist who
Hill of Mt. Mary Jane Jones will discussthe
MARKETSAS 8, Rev. W. M.
participated on program for the Fall Tea presented by District Calvary Baptist Church Rev, theme and the Gwenettes
23 of the Church last Sunday are shown here. From left are : J. J. Jones, Antioch Baptist, will render special selections.

WE HAVE Willie Pickett, Miss Patricia Thomas, Mrs. Sara Boyd, Leon and Rev. W. C. Mitchell oi The service will begin each
Dickson Willie Wells, Jr. Edgar Hill Miss Jessie M. lester Little Rock Baptist will conductthe night at 7:45 o'clock. The observance -
'Mrs. Nadine Foster and Hiss M. L. Hicks. ( See picture below. ($) service. The welcome will will close with the'Pastor'
THE WORLD'SLOWEST be given by Miss Corliss Bailey;; 14.Women's Night program Nov..

New St. James AME

FOOD PRICES! Plans CelebrationThe Day Observance Slated

women of New St. James At Allen Chapel AME Sunday
AME Church met wit h Rev.A. .
SAVE ON YOUR MEAT BILLS : \ D. Harris, pastor, to organize ****************************
for their annual
LET US FILL YOUR FREEZER I celebration, which has been Mrs. Wilhelmena King Named
scheduled for Nov. 13.
A3000ES3 Officers elected are: Mra. General Chairman For EventThe

U.S. GOVT. GRADED GOOD Eagle B. McCleod, general Annual Women's Day observance willbebeldSunday, Oct.
chairman; Mrs. Lynette 30, In Allen Chapel AME Church, 1531 Swan St., according to
Braggs, Mrs. Rovena Hughes, the, nastnr.. Rav.. J.. W.. Jnn sServing ._
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Mrs. Mary Williams,cochairmen -
; Mrs. W.E. A. Harris, as General Chairmanfor
a pastor for the day; Mrs. Veda the observance is Mrs.
1/2 BEEF4OC: Webb, treasurer; Mrs. Anne Wllhelmenla King who Is being t
Hagans, Mrs. Hattie Perry, assisted by Mrs.Mary Saunders
Mrs. Aletha Nathan, secre in the role of co-chairman. t .
taries. The program committee which
Program chairman Is Mrs. has extended an Invitation to
CUT AND 1
WRAPPED
FREE Edraond
Elouise Mrs. HarryM. the public to participate in the
Anthony, music chairman; event has announced that it has
3-lb. CAN JEWEL Mrs. A.Nathan,public relations secured a number of talented
leader; Mrs. Mary Johnson, Juons to serve on the program.
finance chairman; Mrs. AnnieB. The day's observance will
a;: 59C Madison, sponsor and advertisement begin with Sunday School at
SHORTENING I r
chairman.The 9:30 a.m with Mrs. Eloise Ed-
captains are: Mrs. V. mond serving as guest
Webb, Mrs. H. M. Anthony, superintendent. Guest teachers
.-. Mrs. Mary,Johnson, Mrs; An- will be Mrs. Rosa Young, Mrs.
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5 LBS. DIXIE CRYSTAL nie,,,,B. ,Madison, Mrs. Ivory Geneva B. Palmer, Mrs. P. H.
C AsbelL, Mrs. Mary Cook, Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Etta Mae Hall,
Alzada Reynolds, Mrs. AnnieK. Miss June Broadnax, Mrs. .....Mrs. Annette Espy.....
With $5.00 39 Spelled out in dollars shown on Hubbard, Mrs. Serena '
Vivian Wilson and Miss Amy delivered by Miss Patricia
SUGAR Food Order a tree of money is the cash raised from Adams, Mrs. Hattie Perry Moreland. Guest secretary Is Jones and Miss DelorIs Squires.
the District 23 Fall Tea held in the Mrs. Sylvia Brown Mrs. Mrs. Alice Mack, guest or- will respond..
Educational Building of tile Church. Mrs. Florida M. Brunson Mrs.Rosa Readings will be given by Miss
Williams is shown the Young, Mrs. Lynette Braggs, ,' Gwendolyn Graddick and Miss
U.S. GOVT. Etta making pre- Mrs. Rovena Hughes Mrs. Esc '
BEEF
GOODTBONE SALE sentation to Deacon Wil I lie Wells, Sr. sie B. McCleod and Mrs. Mary Carrie Tillman and Instrumental -
solos by Miss Elsie J.
Star Photos by James Singleton, Williams a Jones and Miss Gail Stephens.
STEAK LB. 95' Miss Ida S. Ross Is the youth
LEAN A vocal solo will be rendered
chairman and Miss Janice Faye
ROUND STEAK LB. 79 GROUND Calendar Events Mt. Zion AME YouthTo Asbell, co-chairman. 'by Other Miss scheduled Carmen Adams.to participateon

the Youth Hour program
SIRLOIN STEAK LB. CELESTIAL SINGERS Rev. W.M. Hill
850BEEF TO RENDER PROGRAMThe Hold DiscussionThe are:
Miss Suslanla Squires, New
CUBE STEAK Nathaniel Jackson. Octo-
LB. "Great Society" will be Elected ModeratorTo Hope AME Youth Choir, Miss
vettes will present The the theme for discussion of the Deborah Wells, Miss Cecil
CHUCK ROAST
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Celestial Gospel Singers in a
; LB. Mt. Eton AME Church Young Baptist BodyRev. Williams, Miss Cheryl
IJ I I 00 Nite01 Favorite Gospel le's Department Sunday, Stephens Miss Sandra Jones,
;f': SHLDR. ROAST lB. 69 13 Selections at the St. Thomas Peq>> ,
$1 MoncriefRd.Sunday beginning at 5 o'clock. W. M. Hill was electedfor Mrs J. T. Walbey and Rev.
Church
1 j BRISKET STEW 3t s.'100 Ibs.1 I Baptist night, November on 6, at8p.m. Members of the panel are: the 12th term as moderatorof MRS.WILHELMENIA A. KING J. W. Jones, the pastor.
,. Mrs. Charlotte Stewart, Walter Out East Florida and Bethany'Baptist ganist. Miss Patricia White and The night program which
Boyd, Mrs. Lauretta J. Association of the closes the observance will
i
general review Mrs.
Miss Beverly Fedd, reporter. by Daisy
Tlmmons Chester Cowart,J.D. feature Mrs. E. M. Warren,
northeast area, Progressive B. Kelsey.
\\1 GOSPEL ECHOETTES Pauline W.R. Robinson, and Baptist Convention of Florida, The speaker for the morning of New Bethel AME Church
FREE SHETLAND PONY ANNIVERSARY EVENT Rev. FaS' Webster. in the meeting held in Friendly service will be Mrs. Annette in the role of Mistress of
I The Gospel Echoettes will observe The sub-topics>> are: 'IThe' Effect Baptist Church. Espy, well-known Jacksonville Ceremonies and Mrs. WillieM.
i their first anniversary of the Great Society on Others re-elected were: Rev.T. educator who will be Introduced Shlggs giving the welcome
COMPLETE WITHSADDLEand Sunday evening In Triumph Education," "The Effect of the T. McCalL, and Rev. B. H. by Mrs. E. B. Anderson.Solo- adress. Solos will be renderedby
BRIDLE Holiness Church, Third and Great Society on Religion,'" Hartley, vice moderators.W. ist for the occasion will be Mrs. Hattie Foreman, Mt.
r' Franklin Sts. "The Great Society on Industries G. Patterson was re- Miss Jacqueline Smith. Zion Baptist Church Mrs.
TO BE The group Is directed by Miss "The Effect of the Great elected for the 20th term as Others who will participatein Dorothy Byrd, Abyssinia Baptist -
Jacquelyn Inez Fort, and Miss Society on Business,""The Effect general secretary and Rev. C. the morning service Include: Church; and Mrs. Drew-
'I GIVEN Johnetta Bush.Mrs.Inn BJvens oT the Grew Society on L. Culver, for the 19th term, Mrs. L. G. Jones, Mrs. Gertrude nella Moseley, Zion Hope
Is the manager. Politics," "What Price the as treasurer. Honorable men- Mose, Mrs., Thelma Baptist Church. Appearing on
I AWAY r also The devotion will be conductedby Great Society," "The Chal- tion was given to Rev. J. C. Brent, Midway AMECboir.Mrs the program deliver a reading
arr Y Mrs. Bernice Staten and lenge of the Great Society" and Rogers and Rev. E. R.Simpson Hattie M. Nesbitt, Mrs.tauraM. will be Mrs. Mildred McKnlght
FRU PONY the Pentecostal Prayer Band. "MeetLng the Challenge." Miss for years of ministerial service Powell, Miss Helen Felix, Abyssinia Baptist Church.
RIDES fOR TK The participants are: Deacon Delphine A. Thomas will have S. ,Mrs. Elizabeth Cummings, I
AT OUR NEW KIDDIES UTURDflI *. Solomon Tlmmons, Mrs. Em- charge of the program. Mrs. A. D. Wells, Mrs. Jamie 'I Baptist Women's Unit
SUNDAY NO ma M. Johnson, Mrs. Thelma The and contest will
boys girls M. Jenkins, Mrs. Eram
MEAT MARKET 5tH It.. Edwards and others.. culminate Sunday at 4 p.m. Pallbearers Lodge Harrison, Mrs. Lavern Whit- To Sponsor ProgramThe

ten, Mrs. Hattie M. Anderson,
3118EDGEWOODAVE.WEST PONYWILL BE Slates Anniversary of
J i ir4Ja ei LUCKY DAYS Mrs. Eloise Smith,Mr s.Dessie 'Courtesy Committee
rid..,,. yr GIVEN AWAY Pallbearers Grand Union Saunders, Mrs. Squires, Miss the East Florida and BethanyBapti.t
SUNDAY tar AND Lodge 228 will observe Its 5th Bartara: Robinson and Mrs. W. Association, SeniorWomen's
Nothing to Buy y Department will
anniversary Monday at 8 p.m. King.
NOV. 6 at 1 1p.m. The Youth Hour sponsor a benefit program,
JtrSTCOMFfW LUCKY NUMBER: In Mt. Tabor Baptist Church. scheduledfok
PALMIST Appearing on program will 3:45 p.m. will find Miss entitled, "Hymns That Touch
ft be: Rev. George Tilly, Rev. Sandra L. Jones serving u ,the Heart" Nov. 20 at 7.30:
r FLORIDA BUDGET BRAND LIFE READER 660 it.8 7--92 George Curry, Miss L. M. Mistress of Ceremonies after P.m.Church.In First New Zion Baptist

SAVE 10 Fleming, Mrs. M. L. Johnson, being Introduced by Miss Elmira .
LIMIT 3LB. 23C 5737 NEW KINGS RD. I Mrs. Amanda Blue, Mrs. J. Allen. Mote According, to Mrs the Lucille F.
FRYERSSUGAR chairman programIs
Jackson Mrs. Edith Wilcox, The welcome address will be
,Mrs. Sara Lundy, Mrs. M. a special effort to help the
U are with trouble and conditions that are not needy
you overcome during the Christmas
R. Collins, Mrs. Lucy Laster, Homecoming Honor
natural. I can remove help and advise with matters such as.: holidays
CURED Love, Marriage, Courtship.! Help you cain the one you love. 101 r s. Mollle Attrition Rev.
0 KAY STARR help s to overcome Spells Bad Luck or Evil H. T.Over street, Randolph For Charles Bradley
3 9 Cowart. J. Brown, Mrs. Nellie Honor Slated For
10
Influences. Restores lost Nature without tail. !
= The Price Community Prayer
PICNICS I I SAr and advise Smith Miss M.Dennis and Mrs.
Visit KAY STAJtR..Jet her explain your dreams Bonnie Frailer. Band will sponsor a home- ]
i you to make the hit you have long awaited. She will give you coming appreciation program 'Mrs. Rebecca Samuel
the true message that Is allotted to you .bringing luck,, happiness Sunday for Charles Bradley Jr.,
A SOLID CARLOAD and success-advising you how to follow them. Kay at In Mrs. Rebecca R. Samuel will
beginning 3:30p.m. Central
Starr guarantees her work to be superior to any Reader you ISABELLA if, PARIS, CUE Church. be honored Sunday at 5 p.m., in

have ever visited. No matter what !cur trouble may be she THAT'S MEII! have the Amazing The participants are: Grant Simpson Methodist Church by
and will and Business. the pastor, officers and members
can help with
you Love, Marriage
SUPERIOR TONIC TABLETS, Memorial Trio, Mary Black
Tomorrow may be too late.Remember the address: for 36 years of service In
POTATO Pep for all the things you wantto Trio, Mrs. Vivian V.Robinson the church.
I i 19iiC do. Box of 30 $1.00. Satisfaction Samuel Pearson, Mrs. E. B. Mrs. Samuel Is the superintendent
5737 NEW KINGS ROADU.S. guaranteed or Money McCloud, Thelmarettes, Mrs. of the Sunday School,
Aronia P. Williams
Back. McIntyre, J. Church clerk, kindergarten
ISABELLAP. Buckman Singers, Mrs.
#1 Nirtb if Jackseavilli, Fla. 0. Box 239, Dept. 8 Gary, Dornell Johnson, Mrs. Harriet All teacher former and financial kindergarten secretary.stu-
Balsa Elder Moss Davis
Indiana ,
deats have been asked to sit
WATCH THE KEN KNIGHT SHOW ON WJXT TV CHANNEL 4 PHONE 765-4380 Mrs.Lemuel Marie Webb Smothers., Henry West art together.

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St dent Finds European Catholic Church Violent, EruptionSAN Vice President JLC. Backs Foes


J.J.A&T. Motivating, Inexpensive Dragging Feet Hubert Humphrey Of Black PowerThe

in universities not On Racial Issue
N. C.-Study European Jewish Labor Committee,
I but Inexpensive by American standards A prominent Roman Catholic Invited To Seminar on behalf of its affiliated organizations

frat t too is the opinion of Hiss living with German speaking layman strongly criticized his WASHINGTON, D. C. -V. S. representing500,000
rlene Maclin, a senior la en- students and faculty, plus an Church for dragging Its feet Rep. Charles E. Bennett of members, today Issued the following
peering physics at ALT Intensive course In the Ger- on the Issue of racial Justice.In Florida said last week that statement in response
College, who has Just std man language, quickly removed a signed article appearing Vice President Hubert H.Hum- to the October 14th declaration
returned after a year of the language barrier. In the current issue of Look : phrey has been invited to key of principles by seven national
Jn physics at the University of Now a senior at the college, Magazine, John A. McDermott, note a planned Urban Affairs Negro leaders of the civil
lunlcti in Germany she hopes to continue graduate executive director of the Cat Seminar in Jacksonville rights movement
An honor student at AAT,Miss studies either In Germany or hollc Interracial Council et. L .- Lennett also announced that "The Jewish Labor Committee
Maclin studied in Germany from England following her graduation Chicago charged that "racismhas : the Seminar was scheduled for welcomes the timely and important -
September 1965 through August here next June. spread like an Infection Friday, December 9, 1966 at October 14 statement by
1966, under the Junior Year at throughout the Catholic the George Washington Hotel. A. Philip Randolph and six other
Munich Program sponsored by Church." "1 have invited the Vice Pre national Negro; leaders reaffirming -
Wayne State University. She Job Situation When !it comes to race, he sident by letter and telephonecall Ue basic principlesof
was one of 65 high-ranking to the Urban Affairs the civil rights movemant.
I said, the Catholic Church on keynote
American college students who Worse For Negro,. the human level "is more white Seminar In Jacksonville, This statement re-emphasizes
were selected to participatein than it Is Christian." ri which will bring together tap the principle that social change
the program. Says Conyers In his strongly worded article, ranking officials from the Department must be von by dam>craUc pro-
She Is very grateful for having McDermott said "the truth of Housing and Urban cesses. It restates the move
had the opportunity of studying "While the overall economyIs Church leaders must face U Developement and the Depart ment's goals of racial
in Europe, an experience which ment of Health Education and integration in society, as well
continuing to boom, the rate that racism Is a pernicious evil ,
she considers highly mo of Negro employment Is growing that requires strong not Welfare," Bennett said. as equal partcipation by white
tivating. "I now wish to be a rapidly declared soft action" "The half-day conference on and Negro Americans wltlia the

physicist more than ever," she Congressman John Conyers Jr. "Some pastors fail to act because urban affairs will be pointed to movement
"In these of crisis for
sail days us
the they are afraid baffled public officials, business and
"For or
D-Mlch.) many years
Out of her experiences in ratio between non-white and about what to do. They can be> labor leaders and interested all, marked by desperate criesof
Germany, which she terms Federal officials will Black Power, and a rising
white employment has consistently helped by their Bishop. But parties.
white back-lash which threatens
"extremely fascinating," Miss been two to one during there are some pastors who, explain tax-supported pro-
Maclin firmly believes that both good and bad times. But It must be said, are simply 4 grams and projects which might to Impede: progess toward equal'
science courses here at home bigots." be taken advantage of by city rights, this statement is both
last spring the difference rose
are as strong and Just as demanding to almost 2 1/2 to 1. Growing McDermott commented thaf and county governments and needed and welcome. It Is a I
clear and call to
renewed -
as those In Europe and public agencies. courgeous
unemployment while the overall much resistance to racial !integration private
She Vice President has been and strengthened united
recognizes that European continues to make and justice comes "The
university students economy the President to coordinate struggle by black and white
hold record-breaking gains helps to from many all white and heavily named by
Americans for racial and
the between the
edge on American studentsin Catholic nleghborhoods. activities
unrest This
explain the increasing
the humanities "Most students federal government and local ecomomlc justice for all.
and despair among Negro resistance, he said, reflects a
over there," she says, Americans living In the ghettos failure on the part of Church governments, and his presence "JLC reasserts our comltt-
"are about two years olderat of our large cities," stated 'leaders to teach racial justice will add a great deal to this rent te the fight for equal rights
i unified action with all civil
the same class level and conference, which has received
Conyers !in a speech to the
have had good backgrounds in thirteenth annual convention of Ala. Vote Group support from all segments of: the rights and community groups
the humanities. Most of them North Florida population." who share these goals. We
the Nationwide Hotel Association -
speak from three to four lan Bennett said the Vice President pledge to continue the struggle
guages." a hotel group and of predominantlyNegro motel owners To Honor D.C. had not given him a' against any form of racial or
Although all of her educational DunbarHotel. definite answer to his invitation, ecomomlc discrimination and
expenses at the University of meeting at the New Attorney Branton but that In the next weeks he for an Integrated society In,
.
Munich travel would be his schedule which all will share fully 10America's
Including to and "During the last six months arranging '
from this country, and living the white rate BIRMINGHAM for December. freedom and
unemployment Ala. -(NPAlly. !)- wealth."
expenses, were borne by the has remained constant at about Wiley A. Branton, Washington The lawmaker,who represents
program, she discovered the 3.4% while the non-white rate D. C. Special Assistant one of the major metropolitanareas
educational costs there were has risen from 7% to 8%," said, to the U. S. Attorney General], !in the country, Jacksonville RESERVE A PLACEIN
no more than at A&T. said the seminar would
Conyers. "The statistics show will be honored by the Alabama
She says that her family provided that during this period the number State Coordinating Associationfor FRANCISCO, Calif. -As a woman (right) looks on, a police officer checks the contents develop helpful information on NOV. CLASS
< something less than$500, of new unskilled and service, Registration and Voting at of her purse. Sh end other Negro occupants of a car were stopped by police In the Hunters housing air and water pollution' ,
used chiefly for two-months Jobs gained by Negroes has a statewide meeting' Sunday, Point district nf San Francisco during the second night of racial violence. The group was health facilities, transporta' Z.eg. Tues. and Fri" 7 ta 10p.m.. '
of holiday travel on the con- dropped sharply while white Oct. 30 at the Masonic Temple arrested u curfew violators (UPI PHOTO) education and recreation: need. -Fall Classes FUledH'OSPITAL -
tinent. She visited during the Americans have continued to. audlt rlum. "Dozens of federal assistance AIDE COURSE ,

vacation season in England, gain their usual numberor Dr. Gordon A. Rodgers Jr., American Jewish Congress Files programs are available to our PRE- CR WORKER
France, Italy,Greece, Belgium, such jobs. Of particular ASCARV president, said the ATOMIC PROGRAMSRussia's local governments and agencies CLASS "
Holland and other cities in and should know about them *
we CASHIER-SALES CLERK
concern is the Arkansas-born
very sharp Increase 42-yearold,
Germany.She to nearly 30% In lawyer Is being honored for Brief Supporting Julian Bond thermonuclear fusion and how we can take advantageof CLASS
likes best in the German unemployment his contributions to the enlargement ,program costs $40 million a them," Bennett said. "Al. BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
among Negro
university, program, the freedom teenagers. The large numberof of political suffrage WASHINGTON, D. C. -The American Jewish Congress has year, that of the U S.> $20 though I have not always CLASS
filed and amicus curiae (frlend-of-the-court) brief with the .'
which allows the studentto each of these federal *
supported GUITARPIANOBANDINSTRUMENT
Jobs created for teenagers In the Negro group.C. '' million, the Catholic Digest reports .
U. S. Court
Supreme supporting Julian Bond's right to be
advance as rapidly as he during the last year has helpedto W. Lee, Montgomery, AS Russian fusion scientists programs, primarily
wishes, and as his ability significantly decrease the CARV treasurer, will presentthe seated,by elected the Georgia twice House from of Representatives.Bond The American. Jewish! outnumber those in the .U.; S.' because of waste and cost, we Bolden's Collate of 'Music ,\
permits. should all know what is available
rate of unemployment among achievement trophy to Atty. House District 136 In Fulton works to advance civil1. by ten to one.
She found Germans to be Congress : from our tax monies." 1816 W. ZOthStreevRegistrar i
friendly and helpful people.She white teenagers, but the rate Branton at the afternoon ses County (Atlanta), has been bar- and human rights _and to s+o o ow 356-6465'
lived with other students ,at among Negro teenagers has remained sion. red from taking.his seat,on strengthen Jewish life. --- I
the These Registration echoes from
same. figures L
Studtntenstat,. :.bousing (- charges uwi his endorsement ... ,, ..
that
suggest as jobs become voter-registration promotion of SNCC"statements on VietNam "" .-
development for students and more scarce, Negro Americans leaders from various points of cast doubt on his ability )
faculty Munich at the University of are among the first to be the state, a workshop! on getting to uphold the State and Federal
"about 25 minutes squeezed out as a result ofboth out the vote, and research on Constitutions I
away by "bicycle from the simple discrimination and Inadequate the candidates seeking offices The American Jewish 1

University.She education.: In the Nov. election are among Congress brief asserts that the,
said the opportunity of activities listed for the morning
--- charges against Bond have no
session. basis in law.
The 14-year-old Alabama The brief of the Jewish civil ER M
WHEN YOU ARE ILL State Coordinating Associationfor rights body makes these points. su
Registration and Voting is 1. The Georgia House of Re-
a nonpartlsan organization presentatives has "impaired
You Seek The Best Doctor, with contacts and units in the Bond's freedom of speech In THESE PRICES GOOD THROUGH SUNDAY AT EOGEWOOD AYE.
When Your Doctor Prescribes 67 Alabama counties. It Is the violation of the United States
Get Experienced Pharmacists oldest statewide organization Constitution."
'When Your Doctor Prescribes, ; of Negro voters In Alabama. 2. The Georgia House "has
Orders. We Use Only The Best t ,4 It conducts year-round voter Impaired the right of Julian U. S. GOOD CHUCKROAST
Quality Drugs. registration and political edu-
Bond's constituents to be represented
cation campaign. Its special In the Georgia
emphasis meeting Is coming Legislature, I n violation of ;
C. E. BLACK Proprietor Just eight days before the the Equal Protection Clause 49
November general election. of the 14th Amendment."
3 R e g i s t e r e d Pharmacists To Serve You Atty. Branton will deliver a 3. The Georgia House In excluding LB.

trophy-accepting speech which Bond, who was electedthe
..-.........A COMPLETE LINE 0 F.......-..- will be the highlight of the one- first time by 82 per cent
day Alabama-wide conference of the votes cast and the second SMALL BARBECUE SIZE
Cosmetics Rubber Goods. Candies Sundries of voter-registration leaders time as an uncontested candidate -
PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED and political action strategists.The has violated "the
awardee who was born guarantee of a republican form
Lilly's Drug Store Dec. 13, 1823 In Pine Bluff, of government containedIn SPARE RIBS 49
ArkIs a graduate of Article IV, Section 4 of the LB.
the University of Arkansas Law Constitution."
1907 KINGS ROAD SchooL He has served as executive The Congress brief was written

secretary President's by Howard M. Squadron of FAB
EL3827&f Council on Equal Opportunityand New York, chairman of the
as director, Voter Education organization's Commission on
Project, headquartered at Law and Social Action; Joseph
Atlanta. This project was responsible DETERGENT GIANT
B. Robison, Commission director
If you want a better whiskeygo for more than 600,000 ; and David Dretzin, a PKG.. 59
Negro voters being placed on
staff attorney. It requests the .
right to the top. the voters lists between 1962
Supreme Court to reverse a
Seagram's 7 Crown is and 1965.A Judgment against Bond that was LIMIT 1 WITH $$5.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER

member of Omega Psi Phi handed down by the U. S.
The Sure One. Fraternity, Inc., he has been District Court for the Northern
the recipient of his fraternity's. District of Georgia (Atlanta U. S. # ,
"Citizen of the Year Award." Division).

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I T SINCE YOU ASKED ME -l]1

MIAMI BEACH, FLA.-November in this sub-tropic resort I By LONN1E PRUITT II
means: six-month leases on apartments, six more weeks of NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL J
law autumn hotel 1 rates; opening of the winter concert season !-_---------__._-l
Inauguration of thoroughbred racing A continuation lot collegiate -
Do know how body goes about Improving
DEAR LONNIE: you any
and professional football and such all diversions
year as his spelling ? I can't spell at all and my grades are just
Coif, tennis, fishing, swimming sightseeing,sailing,skin diving can't understand what rm trying
and Just relaxing in the sunshine. __._ terrible. The teachers saythey
.A What should I do?
Latest count in apartment units VBUIUI agent. to say because I spell so poorly.
In Miami Beach is Hotel rates from now until Illiterate
35,000givingthe
city for the first time more Dec. 15-20, begin at a low of $ WHY DON'T YOU STUDY YOUR SPELLING? Why don't you
apartments than hotel rooms. $5 or $6 a day double and L1 concentrate on improving by writing the words over and over,
Thus, the selection runs the range upward to *25-S30 in the : ( i : looking them up, using them in sentences, and using them when
scale as do the hotels, from best oceanfront hotels. Incid- you talk. You didn't miss any words in your letter, so 'evidently
economy to the ultimate in lux entally many of the larger 4'W .3I1 I U you can spell when you want to.
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hotels offer two to three mealsa
Rental nits may be leased by day for approximately $4 per DEAR LONNIE: You made a mistake when you said people date
the year, for the winter person winter and summer.! i !& t when they got to high school.I just got to,high ,school and I can't
(November to May), for the Fall vacationers coming here date because I don't have any money and my parents won't let

summer (May to November), for a week or so might well me, anyway.
by the month, sometimes fora check travel agents for package Unsteady
week. Apartments may be plans. Many of these include YOU'VE GOT TWO VERY GOOD REASONS for not dating. Now,
purchased in both condominium extras such as a sightseeing when you get past those two reasons, maybe if 11 be time for

and cooperative> buildings and trip, football ticket or other you to start dating.
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frequently are by regular visi- attraction "on the house
tors. All-winter rentals begin Several groups of hotels will
around $600, increase in price feature again this winter many DEAR LONNIE: I like to have fun at school and I don't ever
with size and lavish appointments theatrical headliners in private' x T, have any. Why are teachers so strict? Why don't they have
into the thousands. shows for guests as part of t4 classes you can enjoy once in a while? All that studying can be
Many business men commute their entertainment programs. ia'IN harmful If you don't ever have any fun, can't it?
here from northern cities, dlidjig Football games remaining for YOU MUST GO TO SCHOOL WITH NO ACTIVITIES AT ALL,
,- their time between office the regular season are: Un- no social center, no athletics, no student council,and no clubs.If .
and family, the family being in iversity of Miami Dolphins) I were you, I'd start a driveto get some of those things
residence in Miami Beach aU play Buffalo Nov. 6, Boston started. U your school already has themwhy don't you participate -
through the colder months. Nov. 27, Kansas City Dec. U in some of them? You're bored because you're not
Selection of an apartment and Houston Dec. 18, all in Interested in anything. Yes, It might be harmful if you don't

should be made, if possible in the Orange Bowl. start trying to enjoy something sometimes
person. However, assistance.may The Greater Uj\.n. Pill-; ............

be obtained by correspondence harmonic orchestra will be DEAR LONNIE: My brother Is always taking my things. U I
with the Miami Beach heard In Miami Beach audi tell him not to, he gets mad, and won't speak. I'm not stingy
Apartment Association, 350 torium Nov. 13, 27 and Dec. 4, ATTENDANCE Some of the ladles who were present at West Palm Beach; Wllhelmenia Benjamin,Miami Northwestern but some things that are mine, I want to keep. What can I DO?
Lincoln Road, or with a real with guest soloists featured at the banquet of the Moses Grand Lodge Universal Masonic Senior High School;Theodothea Benjamin Miami Northwestern; Beat
each performance. Brotherhood held last week in the Magic City are shown beret L, Bowers, Miami Northwestern; Marilyn Stevens, Miami YOU HAVE TO CHOOSE WHAT YOU WANT.If you don't, he'll
From left are: Mrs. Barbara Byrd, West Palm Beacb; Mrs. Northwestern; Mrs L. Lathon, Miami;and L.Williams Miami. have everything. Just live with the fact that he'll have to be mad,
Christine Robinson, West Palm Beach;Mrs.George S. Cor belt, and quit complaining.
I Models For Miami Methodists ( ...........

NAACPers TestifyAt Blues "Rock" DEAR LONNIE: We can't have parties at our church becauseout
minister thinks they are sinful. The young people don't do
+ r' anything at our church. We get sick and tired of doing nothing but
Police
Hearing Lou Rawls To Fame listening to ermons. Don't you think this is wrong?
YOUR PASTOR DOESN'T KNOW how you feel.Talk it over with
NEW YORK Past and pre- senator from Harlem district, What does the 'teen music fan Lou had just finished his him and ask him to get some youth activities started. Maybe he
sent presidents of the New and Jeff Greenup, president of think about a 30-year-old Negro second sell-out concert at won't agree to parties but there are lots of other ways of havingfun.
York City NAACP Branch testified the uptown branch, both favor Blues .singer who suddenly carnegie Hall and was sitting, .
before a six-member state the continuance of the Boardas breaks out of his bag and becomes back la the darkened dressingroom #..#.####

legislative committee which is presently constituted. not only the biggest coke in one hand, re- U you want to ask a question, send it to "Since You Asked :;
hearing statements for and Senator Patterson is a former selling artist in the record Industry -, lazing for the first ime Indays; Me." Negro Press Internatlonl,3708 South State Street,Chicago
against the Civilian Police Review president of the New York City but the most popular and'ftihking about the succesi Ill 60621.
i if Board. NAACP Branch. male vocalist in the. country.as,, that bad come Ms way In the
Basil A. Patterson, state "ell?' 'past
hf year. :
"Five years ago, I was singing -

[ ENTERTAINMENT HUES 6 CRIES J the same stuff at Pandora'son 1Jv
BEACH ."
the Sunset Strip in Hollywood.The .

SCORES AT PLAYOOYCmCAGONPIThe kids were digging it then .a. -", t
Playboy club clientele will long rem and packing the place. But, it .
ember singer Della Reese's outstanding performance before SHORTSMIAMI took groups like the Stones and' r :::: :::: I
Beatles to really put it .
capacity Penthouse audience Scoring heavily with a'caressIng across. '
version of "What now My Love?" and her lyrical "It WasA FLA. -The They've paved the way for
Very Good Year," among other tunes Della proved so Miccosukee BEACH branch of the Blues; made people aware that itjM i'lBy
t popular that she was held over for an additional week. She is Florida Seminole Indians has Blues songs make for good listening '

backed by Bobby Bryant quintet.ON surrendered to economics, and dancing. They swing
"
just as well as anthlng else.
FACULTY something the U.S. army failedto Lou maintains that the kids

STONY BROOK,N.Y 10 members added to the facylty of New York State University on his songs much quicker AUTUMN DELIGHT
federal
asked the governmentto
recently under an expanded program of the school's University! control over their than the kids of ten years ago A delightful tangy addition to a wide variety of recipes
Center. Miss Addison's appointment was disclosed asthejchool assume reservation in the would have. "Kids today are from appetizers to main dishes to desserts that can be enjoyedall
announced plans for three Mwarts departments to be Soused 76,000 acre is under quicker and smarter. (They year long Is convenient, economical. and uniform Realemon
i THE THING- Mrs. Rubye Curry, popular,attractive Miamlan in a $4 million building. Everglades that now swing and have a ball just bottled lemon juice.
It seen modeling one of the season's latest fashions for the HONORED State of Florida theyil jurisdiction.They receive like the rest of us did, but It's especially appropriate for luncheons and brunches, for

S dinner-musical sponsored by the No. 1 Choir of Ebenezer: PHILADELPHIA-(NPI-Slnger-pianist) Nina Simone was honored benefit and tax today they're more aggressive desserts hearty main entrees harvest vegetables, buffet suppers -
j Methodist Church She shared the modeling spotlight with by the Jazz At Home Club as "Jazz Musician of the Year" more ememp-and They know the only way they and is useful In baking homemade breads, now that brisk
: another charmer, Mrs. Ruby Lazier. Mrs. Louise Hall is. during the club's annual awards dinner at the Sheraton hotel tlons from Washington can survive' is to be smart. autumn Is here. '

: president of the choir and Rev. D. A. Hall is pastor. last week. One of her hits of recent weeks, a ballad entitled longer-term...protection...... and get off that corner and learn Pork is a menu standby and a pork roast gains new flavor

"Four Women," has sparked controversy among disc Jockeys With both federal and Univer- something" when glazed a half hour before it is done with a mixture of 3/4
because of what was termed "its no-holds-barred lyrics" sity of Miami ocenlc research Lou's records have"met the cup applesause, 1/4 cup pineapple preserves and a tablespoon of
MONEY STILL MISSING same acceptance. His latest bottled lemon juice.
rt institutes In operation hardly
CHICAGO-{(NPI)-Police last week were still trying to recover more than a surf rod cast' single, "Love is a HurUn'1b1ng. Another favorite which will bring %touch of autumn's golden
rj the $1,400 taken from the Ambassador East Hotel suite of entertainer south of Miami Beach,this area has become a national hit; not buses to your table Is this ham entree filled with sweet potatoes.
j WAMEt Sammy Davis Jr. recenUYItwasthesecond stroke of 'expects to become a major just on R&B and "good music"stations _
j misfortune for Davis, who only hours before was forced to cancel headquarters for marine but on pop-or rock-
j six scheduled performances due to illness. He has since science within a few 'stations as well. The saturation
7ears.
left Weiss Memorial Hospital and resumed his he
career. Rapidly expanding governmentand airplay gets has not only
INAUGURATE PAVILION interest in oceanic made the single a hit, but the
private
LOS ANGELES-NPI-Maybe) they needed a hall that big for resources Is spurring the quest biggest-seller he's had in his
I J the vast audiences their popularity warrant for Harry Belafonteand for knowledge of what exists recording career (more than
1 DIAL 1260 his company, with comedian Nipsey Russell, are all set to In and under the seas. 400,000 copies sold in the first
play to capacity crowds in UCLA's 13,000 seat Pauley pavilion three weeks). .-- .... IuI'
I, on Nov. 12. The troup will Inaugurate the concert function In the '
GRADING SCHOOL
L Lj pavilion the university's newest and largest facility BOARDSTo ,
TURNS DESIGNER

j NEW YORK-(NPI-Wlriam Makeba the black South African ,- .
l singer who has been a newer hit since coming to America has r0 .-. "-
developed still another talent-that of hat designer. Already a ,.; .... ,:
seamstress, specializing in African gowns Miss Makeba has : .!
designed more than 100 turban-like, high-top hats in various ,
$35.
colors and fashioned after the clay-stiffened hardos that the SHORTY
FLORIDA'Sn Xhosa tribal woman wear.. MEDALO STYLE ,#665
TEEN QUEENIyFW Illuelrated Catalog olMedalo
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I. YORK-.(NPI)}Seventeen year old Beverley Forrest, apretty recognize outstanding'II :! 'r and attachmoma Half Stylea,Wlga.Half Bend FREE name cape<*andadrireia. .'
A j Negro student at the High School y It'a yoa
of Performing Arts, + : .
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Campus NewsJACKSONVILLE n Gospel Calvacade World Of BooksBY New WhileLedRed 2 White Mere

I' .:.i' _k:' J' "or '1. I..' ', LOUISE P. DUMETZ
,, :Yw''Hf THE CONSUMERS UNION REPORT Group Given Fines
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UNIWERSITY .; ON FAMILY PLANNING.
\ 1I By the editors of CONSUMER Invades HarlemNEW For Assaults

Jacksonville University will open It doors to Duval County high % REPORTS and three distinguls-
school student and their parents tomorrow during its annual tASV ed consultants, Alan F. YORK -(NPI)>- A new TAMPA Two white men
open> house Tomorrow Is an official holiday for County public Guttmacher, M.D., Aqulles J. Communist group-with pro- were fined in Municipal Court
school students. Sobrero M.D. AND Real Jean Red China leanings-moved Into last week for assaulting two
A full day of continuous activities! Is scheduled beginning at 9 !I Isaac. &nuumer Union Publication Harlem and immediately met Negro youths early last Satur-
a.m. Visitors may visit the campus at any time during the day New York, 191 pp. 175. resistance from a Communist day Oct. I, on Seventh Ave
and stay as long as they like. As you probably know,"family group that got there first. near 40th St.
This year's activities will Include special exhibits, campus planning" Is very often known The new party, named the Judge Bob If. Johnson meted
tours, and musical and dramatic presentations. Guided tours as "planned parenthood. Thus Communist Party of the United $50 fines each on Frederick
will depart houly on the hour throughout the day. It will not surprise you to learn States t t (Marxist-Leninist), Is Watson, 29, 3810 E. Paris St.,
One of the primary purposes of the open house is to give col that this can serve as a guide headed by Michael I. Laski, 25, and Irle Nichols, 29, 4008 E.
lege-bound youth an inside view of college life.Many University to contraceptive methods and who Is white.Harlem's Hanna. The whit men were
classes meeting tomorrow will be open to visitors as will residence 1 1rw materials for use In child only Communist also referred probation under
halls and the library. Members of the faculty and spacing, presents techniquesfor group-until Laski moved In- the supervision of the court.
administration will be available in the morning for career Improving fertility, and was the Communist-line Progressive by Judge Johnson.
advisement. gives details of recognized adoption Labor Party, whose The fines were Imposed after
Reception centers will be set up in the Founders Building and procedures.It leader, William Epton,believes testimony by Watson and.
the Wolfson Student Center, adJacer' to parking areas. Upon Is written with clarity and only Negro Communists should Nichols, and the Negro youths,
registering guests will be given a packet of information about precision. Few questions you work In Negro areas. Milton Coley, 17 3020 E.Louis.
JU and coupons redeemable for tickets to University athletic could ask In either of the three Laski was asked how he expected !Lana,, and Ronald Derr, 16,2214.
and dramatic events and a complimentary luncheon. The complementary areas would go unanswered. to make himself the E. Cayuga. :
luncheon will be served in the student center at For the person Interested In leader of the Negro revolution The white men testified that
12:45 p.m.Visitors. family planning, or simply for "since you're Whitey." they retaliated after a bottl
may use the University's tennis and handball courts those Interested. In keeping "I'm not WhItey," Laski was thrown into their windshield
and the recently completed nine-hole golf course in the after- abreast of accomplishments In snapped. "Whitey Is monopoly by Robert Lee Grandberry,
nOOll. .. ;. the area, this book Is Invalu- capitalism. Whitey is imperialism. 3613 E. Frlerson. They admitted .
;it HURRAY ." that they had passed a car
SHAW UNIVERSITY -- ----..-- THE K TELLS IT Laski said his group would loaded with Negro youths about
Intent on signing the contract which created Radio Station WMPP LIKE IT IS, BABY, By MURRAY seek to organize armed "de- midnight Friday on Interstate,
George V. Allen director of the Foreign Service Institute of remote sutdlos for live "Gospel Calvacade" broadcasts from the KAUFMAN, Published by fense groups" among Negroes 4, and called them names. The
the UJS Department of State, will open the 1966-67 Public: Venetian Room of the Southmoor Hotel HOLT, RINEHART & WINSTONNew He called for American Red Negroes ran them down the
Affairs Forum Series at Shaw University. The complete sche- Chicago, every Sunday York, 127 pp. $3.95. Guards and a Negro national men said, and the bottle was .
dule for the school year was released here by the University's morning is the station's manager Allen Wheeler ( right) Just as This could be called a com- liberation army in the South thrown. They said they forced
president, Dr. James E. Cheek. engrosses are ( from left) Allen Brown, WMPP National Sales Managerand bination of "My Life With the The Red leader said his group the car to a stop, caught Coley
Allen, a Durham, N.C. native, willaddressthe faculty and student Stephen W. Mims manager of the Southmoor Hotel. WMPP I s Beatles," as well a* "What's was "distributing arms in Los and Derr and returned them to
body on November 4. As director of the Foreign Service one 0 f the four Negro-owned radio stations in the United States. Happening In Today's Music": Angeles and using them so the 40th and 7th Ave Both men..
Institute, he Is responsible for the education and training for and sundry other,things. people will be prepared to defend denied having a gun, however
junior, middle and senior grade personnell set abroad by the Transmitters are in East Chicago Heights, I III. Principally, it is given over themselves. Coley and Derr said they were
State Department; and other agencies of the UJS. government. (NPI Photo) to the inside story of Murray Laski complained that militant taken back to the 40th St. area
The Forum Series, which is conducted as an Integral aspectof ---- the K's friendship with the Harlem groups In Harlem at gunpoint and beaten by the
"The Shaw Plan of Education", features outstanding figures Beatles. Dubbed the "Fifth couldn't understand that "it two white men. Witnesses for
from the fields of industry, business, government, and public Negro Seeks Congress Approves First Negro Dean Beatle," lie is known as the isn't just a national struggle the boys, also testified that
life. It Is designed, according to President Cheek, to bring teenagers' most celebrated it's also aclass struggle against several gunshots were beard..
students and faculty into significant contact with comtemporary Congresssat Appropriation For Appointed By spokesman, one who can"com- the Imperialists. Some of their Francisco A. Rodriguez represented
political, economic and social issues,and promote and stimulate mmdcate"successfully/ between Ideas are peculiar he said. the youths, and the
Informed opinion. NEWARK, N. J. -(NPI)- An U.S. Exhibit N.Y.'s City CollegeNEW teens and parents and bridgethe The new group's headquartersare FBI has been supplied with
..BETHUNECOOKMAN"The optimistic Republican candidateIs YORK-CNPI)}-City Col- understanding gap. located In the People's copies of police information
seeking to become this state's WASHINGTON Congress has +appointed its first Replete with over pictures, Voice book store and reading on the cast to determine
Challenges to the Liberal Arts College In the Next first Negro Congressman. approved an appropriation bill Igege Negro dean, Prof. Allan B. the books carries forewords by room in the heart of Harjem.GIVE whether the boys civil rights

Decade" was the topic of symposium at Bethune-Cookman Earl Harris is running In thestate's to finance the U. S. exhibit at Ballard, a teacher of political Sybil Christopher, Tucker were violated
College this week as a prelude to the dedication of three new reapportioned 10th Congressional the Inter-American Culturaland science. He will be assistant Fredrickson, Tony Bennett and Grandberry was jailed Monday
building and the conferral of honorary degrees in a program at district in a Trade Center (0NTERAUA) dean of liberal arts and sciences George Harrison, plus an TO FIGHTMS for filing a false crime report.
10 eight-page Insert of Superman There art also several warrants
a.m. campaign urging more middle- in Miami, Fla. at the college. ,
The three new additions to the campus,built at a cost of about income housing, tax reforms, "This was our final legislative An expert on Soviet politics comics featuring "Clark the out for his arrest on
$2 million are the John O. Gross Science Hall and the CharlesC. K." L traffic violations
and War on Poverty funds. hurdle," said Dr Irving E. ejid agriculture, he studied at
Parlin Student Union Building, almost ready for occupancy, The incumbent Congressman: Muskat, chairman of the Inter- ijurvard University in its
and The DeWitt C. LeFevre Men's Residence Hall, already in Rep. Peter W. Rodlno Jr.,faces American Center Authority. Soviet Union Regional Studies 4 THE GOOD OLD DAYS: when a THE LAST ONE to leave a
use. a Negro opponent for the first "The $5.87 million approvedby after graduating from high school took up mart space cocktail party can hardly. Calk
Panelists for the discussion were Dr. Stephen J. Wright, New time in his 20 years in office. Congress will be used to program Kenyon College In 1952. than Its parking lot. MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS 6llc Digest-October,
York City, president of the United Negro College Fund, Inc., Harris, 46, has called Rodinoa finance the federal exhibit in
and Dr. Thomas R. McConnell, who resigned in July as chairman "me-too Congressman,a syn- the U. S. pavilion In the inter-
of the Center for the Study of Higher Education of Cali- thetic liberal who followed the national Area of Interama,"
fornia at Berkeley. Administration like a rubberstamp he said.
ALBANY STATE COLLEGE (( > -R--
." Interama will be the world's) CHASE ft SANBORNCOFFEE .,, J
"I'm going to give him a first permanent international .
John A. Holley has been appointed Director of Public Relations Lindsay-type campaign," exposition, primarily orientedto
at Albany' State College. The announcement of his appointmentwas Harris said, "and invite him to the Western Hemisphere. .
;, made nere by President Thomas Miller Jenkins earlier walk the streets with me to see It is expected to draw an esti- ,

this week. how dissatisfied people are." mated 15 million visitors a year
Prior to his new appointment,Holley was Director of Publicityand Harris' chances are abettedby when It opens July 4, 1968,
Publications at Shaw University.A the reapportionment of the according to Muskat.
native ,of-Baltimore, Md., he- is a. graduate of Frederick 10th' Congressional Distrlct'In"'ucreasmg Earlier this'year.' President .*** .
Douglas High School, Baltimore. tHe the proportion of Johnson signed a bill author- lOUANTIlV\ PRICES GOOD -\f I
is a graduate of North Carolina Collen at Durham where in the district to I RIGHTS RESERVED THROUGH
He Negroes as izing the exhibit and Issueda SATURDAY
he was awarded the B.A. degree in sociology and English 1 L8 9"
high as 20 per cent. proclamation invitingall 1 I
has done additional study at the State University of Iowa School
Richmond The district Includes Newark, nations, particularly thoseof CAN -
the
of Journalism for the MJS. in Journalism. and at
which is 40 pe r cent Negro. the Western Hemisphere,
Professional Institute.
TUSKEGEE INSTITUTEArt According to Harris, 40,450of to participate.
the district's 188,419 voters "We have been in the hard

LInkletter, one of the country's foremost radio and television are Negroes. planning stage for more than BAKE RITE 49CFLOUR
Rodin 's supporters cite his five said Muskat a
stars, will speak at Tuskegee Institute Wednesday, years, 3 La=.
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Novermber 9, as part of the RC University Series. when SWEET BISCUIT
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His address will be followed by an Informal question-and- .
answer session with Tuskegee students at an RC reception.Mr. Former Cage Star 5

Llnkletter also will see many of the significant activities Help! Help! 43 C
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Mr. Linkletter's University and College appearances aroundthe WASHINGTON, D.C.:: Walter BANNER
country are sponsored by the Royal Crown Cola Co. Dukes, who starred with the Macon, Ga.

The Series is described as "Art Linkletter and the American Harlem Globetrotters from Divine, Spiritual, Healer, HERSHEY'S
Student: A Dialogue." His appearance at Tuskegee will be co- 1953-1963, has been appointed as
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I 'il 1 Second Baptist To Celebrate Anniversary Of Church And Pastor |




J Mt. Ararat District' Tea Event Rev Sallis' nth Anniversary


Church's 116th: To Be'lbO Anal

Second Baptist Church observe Its
the church and the eighth of Rev James Carl Sams,

Nov. &-U. --

Outstanding ministers,choirs,
e1 and soloists In the city will
participate each night. "DedI-
I cated to Building the Kingdomof
God," Is the theme, and

; Together"Serving," is and the motto.Building

Rev. R. A. King of Greater A
Payne Chapel AME Church will
conduct the opening service.
,i Appearing Nov. 7 will be Rev.
A. J. Hughes of St. John and
Rev. W.C. Flanagan of Central
CME. They will be accompanied
by their congregations.Mrs. .
Edith Jones will be guest
soloist; Mrs Benita Sumlar,
n will give the welcome; Bernest
Cook and Albert Harris will
'
.f \ :, give the scripture and prayer. James C.Samsscripture
'f: )'i: ";('. 'I assistant Rev
... ) .''-. ,, Rev. J. L. Hall
.1
< Daniel
TL 10 f"" ". "N' q__- pastor will preside for the prayer, Troy
PARTICIPANTSMembers of Choir No.2 of Mt. Ararat Baptist who, anniversary program On Nov. and Cleveland Raymond. Mrs:
Jane Jones will discussthe
Mt. Mary
8, Rev. W. M. Hill of
participated on program for the Fall Tea presented by District Calvary Baptist Church; Rev, theme and the Gwenettes
23 of the Church last Sunday are shown here. From left are: J. J. Jones, Antloch Baptist, will render special selections.
Willie Pickett, Miss Patricia Thomas, Mrs. Sara Boyd, Leon and Rev. W. C. Mitchell oJ The service will begin each
Dickson Willie Little Beck Baptist will conduct night at 7:45 o'clock. The observance -
Wells, Jr. Edgar Hill Miss Jessie M. Lester
will close with
Mrs. Nadine Foster and Miss M. L. Hicks. ( See picture below.5r ) be the given service.by Miss The Corliss welcome Bailey will;: Night program Nov.thePastor's .

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New I. James AMt Women's Day Observance SlatedAt

Plans CelebrationThe

women of New St. James Allen Chapel AME Sunday
I AME Church met wit h Rev.A. .
SAVE .4P1f D. Harris, pastor, to organize ****************************

LET I celebration for, which their has annual been Mrs. Withelmena King Named

scheduled for Nov. 13.
." nu Officers elected are: Mrs. General Chairman For EventThe

U.S. Essie B. McCleod, general Annual Women's Day observance will be held Sunday, Oct.
chairman; Mrs. Lynette 30, In Allen Chapel .AME Church, 1531 Swan St., according to
Braggs, Mrs. Rovena Hughes, We pastor, Rev. J. w,jones.
Mrs. Mary Williams,cochairmen -

; Mrs. W.E. A. Harris, Serving as General Chairmanfor
1 pastor for the day; Mrs. Veda the observance Is Mrs.
%
; : Webb, treasurer; Mrs. Anne Wllhelmenla King who Is being
Hagans, Mrs. Hattie Perry, assisted by Mrs.Mary Saunders
Mrs Aletha Nathan, secretaries In the role of co-chairman.:

The committee which
program
i ,4
CUT Program chairman Is Mrs. has extended an invitation to
r- Elouise Edmond; Mrs. HarryM. the public to participate in the
Anthony, music chairman; event
has announced that It has
3-lb. CAN Mrs A.Nathan,public relations secured a number of talented
leader; Mrs. Mary Johnson, Jaxons to serve on the program.
finance chairman; Mrs. AnnieB. The
e day's observance will
: Madison, sponsor and advertisement begin with Sunday School at

chairman.The 9;30 a.rn with Mrs. Eloise Ed-
captains are: Mrs. V. mond
serving as guest
Webb, Mrs. H. M. Anthony,
superintendent. Guest teachers
... Mrs. Mary Johnson, Mrs; Annie -
I will be Mrs. Rosa Young, Mrs.
LBS.. DIXIE ",,B. .Madison, Mrs. Ivory ,Geneva B. Palmer, Mrs. P. H. t
-- -' ---------'----- -- ------- Mrs. Cook Mrs. J
Mary
Asbell Davis, Mrs. Etta Mae Hall,
I Alzada Reynolds, Mrs. AnnieK. Miss June Broadnaz, Mrs. .....Mr. Annette Espy. !
SUCCESSSpelled out in dollars shown on '
Hubbard, Mrs. Serena Patricia'j
Vivian Wilson and Miss
SUGAR Amy by Miss
delivered
a tree of money is the cash raised from Adams, Mrs. Hattie Perry Moreland. Guest secretary Is Jones and Miss Delorls Squires,
t.1"J the District 23 Fall Tea held in the Mrs. Sylvia Brown, Mrs. Mrs Alice Mack, guest or- will respond.
Educational Building of the Church. Mrs. Florida M. Brunson Mrs.Rosa ----- -,-- Readings will be given by Miss
the Young, Mrs. Lynette Braggs, Graddick and Miss
US.GOVT. Etta Williams is shown making pre- Mrs. Rovena Hughes, Mrs. Est Gwendolyn
GOODTBONE sentation to Deacon Willie Wells, Sr. sie B. McCleod and Mrs Mary Carrie Tillman and instru-
mental solos by Miss Elsie J. J
STEAK Star Photos by James Singleton Williams Jones and Miss Gall Stephens.
Miss Ida S. Ross is the youth
A vocal solo will be rendered
chairman and Miss Janice Faye
ROUND STEAK Calendar Events ''by Miss Carmen Adams.
Asbell co-chairman.
;,. Mt. Zion AME YouthTo I II Other scheduled to participate
I the Youth Hour
SIRLOIN CELESTIAL SINGERSTO OP programare
Rev. W.M. Hill
RENDER PROGRAMThe Hold DiscussionThe :
; CUBESTEAK Nathaniel Jackson Octo- Miss Suslania Squires, New
will present The "Great Society" will be Elected ModeratorTo Hope AME Youth Choir, Miss
; CHUCK ROAST Celestial Gospel Singers In a the theme for discussion of the Deborah Wells, Miss Cecil
Mt. Zion AME Church Young Baptist Body Williams, Miss Cheryl
Nite of Favorite Gospel
i I SHLDR. Selections at the St. Thomas People's Department Sunday, ... Stephens, Miss Sandra Jones,
beginning at 5 o'clock. Hill elected -- --.- and Rev.J. .
Church on Moncrief Rev. W. M. was Mrs J. T. Walbey
Baptist
!L BRISKET I Sunday night, November 6, at8p.m. Members of the panel are for the 12th term as moderatorof MRS.WILHELMENIA A. KING W. Jones, the pastor.
Mrs. Charlotte Stewart, Walter the East Florida and Bethany'Baptist genial Miss Patricia White and The night program which
Boyd, Mrs. Lauretta J. Association of the closes the observance will
i Miss Beverly Fedd, reporter. general review by Mrs. Daisy
Timmons, Chester Cowart,3.D. northeast area, Progressive B. Kelsey. feature Mrs. E. M. Warren,
ir FREE GOSPEL ECHOETTES Pauline, W.R. Robinson, and Baptist Convention of Florida, The speaker! for the morning of New Bethel AME Church
I ANNIVERSARY EVENT Rev. R.V. Webster. in In of
the meeting held Friendly service will be Mrs Annette in the role of Mistress
The Gospel Echoettes will observe The sub-topics are: 'IThe' Effect Baptist Church Espy, well-known Jacksonville Ceremonies and Mrs WillieM.
I their first anniversary of the Great Society on Others re-elected were: Rev.T. educator who will be Introducedby Shlggs giving the welcome
Sunday evening In Triumph Education," "The Effect of the T. McCall, and Rev. B. H. Mrs. E. B. Anderson. Solo adress. Solos will be renderedby
Holiness Church, Third and Great Society on Religion,'" Hartley, vice moderators.W. ist for the occasion will be Mrs. Hattie Foreman, Mt.
:- Franklin Sts. "The Great Society on Industries G. Patterson was re- Miss Jacqueline Smith. Zion Baptist Church; Mrs.
TO BE The group is directed by Miss ," "The Effect of the Great elected for the 20th term as Others who will participate Dorothy Byrd, Abyssinia Eap-;
1.: Jacquelyn Lies Fort, and Miss Society on )Business ""The Effect general secretary and Rev. C. In the morning service Include tist Church; and Mrs. Drew-,
GIVENAWAY Johnetta Bush.Mrs.InerBlvensIs of the Grew Society on L. Culver, for the 19th term, Mrs L. G. Jones, Mrs. Ger- nella Moseley, Z 1 ion Hop
the manager. Politics," "What Price the as treasurer. Honorable men trude Mose, Mrs., Thelma Baptist Church Appearing on
I The devotion will be conductedby Great Society," "The Challenge tion was given to Rev. J. C. Brant, Midway AMEChoir.Mrs, the program to deliver reading
Mrs. Bernice Staten and of the Great Society": and Rogers and Rev. E. R.Simpson Hattie K. Nesbitt, Mrs.Laura will be Mrs. Mildred McKnight,
the Pentecostal Prayer Band. "Meeting the Challenge." Miss for years of ministerial services M. Powell, Miss Helen Felix, Abyssinia Baptist Church.
The participants are: Deacon Delphlne A. Thomas will have Mrs Elizabeth
Cummings I
'; AT OUR NEW Solomon Tlmmons, Mrs Em- charge of the program. Mrs. A. D. Wells, Mrs. Jamie, I'Baptist Women's Unit
ma M. Johnson, Mrs. Thelma The boys and girls contest will M. Jenkins Mrs.
Eram
MEAT MARKET Edwards and others.. culminate Sunday at 4 p.m.LUCKY Pallbearers Lodge Harrison, Mrs. Lavern Whit- To Sponsor Program

EDGEWOOD Slates AnniversaryPallbearers ten, Mrs. Hattie M. Anderson,
of
The Committee
Mrs. Eloise Courtesy
DAYS' Smith,Mrs.Dessle
AVE.WEST ; 1 Grand Union Saunders, Mrs. Squires, Miss the East Florida and Bethany
: $tar AND Lodge 228 will observe Its 5th Barbara Robinson and Mrs. W. Baptist Association, SeniorWomen'
Nothing to Buy j : ;
: Jlay ,, anniversary Monday at 8 p.m. King. Department, will
t- 1 In Mt. Tabor Baptist Church. The Youth Hour, scheduledfok sponsor a benefit program,
r 1f1r PALMIST.LOCKYNUMBEml' Appearing on program will 3:45: p.m. will find Miss entitled, "Hymns That Touch
C { -33.87.22 be: Rev. George Tilly, Rev Sandra L. Jones serving as the Heart," Nov. 20 at 730:
FLORIDA BUDGET LIFE READER 60-84-90 George Curry, Miss I. M. Mistress of Ceremonies after p.m. in First New Zion Baptist
I Fleming, Mrs. M. L. Johnson, being Introduced by Miss El. Church
I E 5737 NEW KINGS RD. Mrs Amanda Blue, Mrs. J. ultra Allen. According to Mrs. Lucille F.
F Jackson, Mrs Edith Wilcox, The welcome address will be Mote, chairman, the program
Mrs. Sara h Lundy, Mrs. M. Is a special effort to help the
If are with trouble and conditions that are not
you overcome
I needy Christmasholidays.
during the
R. Collins, Mrs. Lucy Laster, Homecoming Honor
SUGAR CURED natural I,can remove help and advise with matters such u: Mrs. Mollle Albritton Rev & .
Love, Marriage, Courtship. Help you gain the one you love. ,
KAY STARR help s to overcome Spells, Bad Luck or Evil H. T. Over street, Randolph For Charles Bradley
/ Cowart !. Brown, Mrs Nellie Honor Slated
Influences Restores lost Nature without fall For
The Price
I M Community Prayer
j Visit KAY STARR..4et her explain your dreams: and advise Smith, Miss .Dennis and Mrs.
Band will sponsor a borne:
Bonnie Frailer. ]
you to make the hit you have long awaited.She will give you coming appreciation program Mrs. Rebecca Samuel
the true message that Is allotted to you-bringing luck, happiness Sunday for Charles .
1 Bradley
; A and success- dvlsing you how to follow them. Kay beginning at 3:30p.m.Central, Mrs Rebecca R. Samuel will
Starr guarantees her work to be superior to any Reader you ISABELLA of PARIS CUE Church be honored Sunday at 5 p.m., in
i ri have ever visited. No matter what your trouble may be she THAT'S Ihave the AmazingSUPERIOR The participants are Grant Simpson Methodist Church by
} ::1 can and will help y with Love, Marriage, and Business.Tomorrow TONIC TABLETS, Memorial Trio, Mary Black the pastor, officers and members -
be too the address for
late. Remember 36 of service in
may Pep for all the things you want Trio, Mrs. Vivian V. Robinson, the church. years
to do. Box of 30 100. Satisfaction Samuel Pearson, Mrs. E. B.
I! [ 5737 NEW KINGS ROADU.S. guaranteed or Money McCloud. Thelmarettes, Mrs. Mrs. Samuel the superintendent
of the School
H Mania Sunday ,
Back. Mcintyre, P. J. Williams Church
clerk, kindergarten'teacher
ISABELLAP. Buckmaa Singers, Mrs
N1 1 Nerd if 'licksanilli, Fla. O. Box 239, Dept S Gary, Dornell Johnson, Mrs. Harriet, All former and financial secretary.
Indiana, Bake, Elder Mose Davis, kindergarten students -
,WATCH THE PHONE 765-4380 Lemuel Webb, Henry West tat toRether.a have. been asked to sit
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/ A&T Student Finds European Catholic Church Violent, Eruption Vice [


1/1/ / Study Motivating, Inexpensive Dragging Feet Hubert

N. C.-Study in European universities not On Racial Issue
motivating, but Inexpensive by American standards. Invited To
CJ A prominent Roman Catholic o
t //Hut t too'is the opinion of Miss living with German speaking 'layman strongly criticized his WASHINGTON, D. C. ,i
rlene Maclin, a senior in en- students and faculty, plus an Church for dragging Its feet Rep. Charles E.
peering physics at ALT intensive course in the German on the Issue of racial Justice.In Florida said last
College, who has just n recentlyreturned language, quickly removedthe a signed article appearing Vice President Hubert
after a year of study language barrier. In the current Issue of Look v'r phrey has been
/ Ja physics at the University of Mow a senior at the college, Magazine, John A. McDermott, note a planned
lunlch in Germany. she hopes to continue graduate executive director of the Cats P '1'i 'wt Seminar in ,
r An honor student at ALT,Miss studies either In Germany or hulk Interracial Council of, Eennett also
Maclin studied In Germany from England following her graduation Chicago charged that "racismhas the Seminar was
September 1965 through August here next June. spread like an Infection Friday, December 9,
1966, under the Junior Year at throughout the Catholic the George
Munich Program sponsored by Job Church" "I have invited the
Wayne State University. She Situation When It comes to race, he sident by letter and
was one of 65 high-ranking said, the Catholic Church on call to keynote the
American college students who Worse For Negro,. the human level "Is more white, fairs Seminar In
were selected to participatein than it is Christian." which will bring
the program. Says Conyers In his strongly worded article, ranking officials from
She is very grateful for having McDermott said "the truth partment of Housing
had the opportunity of studying "While the overall economyIs Church leaders must face Is \SH Developement and the
in Europe, an experience which continuing to boom, the rate that racism Is a pernicious evil ment of Health,
she considers highly motivating of Negro employment Is growing that requires strong, not Welfare Bennett
"I now wish to be aphysicist rapidly," declared soft action." .:' "The half-day
more than ever," she Congressman John Conyers Jr. "Some pastors fall to act because urban affairs will be
said. D-Mich.) "For many years the they are afraid or baffled public officials,
Out of her experiences In ratio between non-white and about what to do. They can be labor leaders and all
Germany, which she terms, white employment has consistently helped by their Bishop. But parties. Federal
"extremely fascinating," Miss been two to one during there are some pastors who, explain -
Maclin firmly 1 believes that both good and bad times. But It must be said, are simply, grams and projects
science courses here at home last spring the difference rose bigots." be taken advantage monies"r
are as strong and Just as demanding to almost 2 1/2 to 1. Growing McDermott commented that .i and county
as those In Europe. unemployment while the overall much resistance to racial Integration private and public
I She recognizes that European economy continues to make and Justice comes "The Vice President
university students t bold record-breaking gains helps to from many all white and heavily named by the
the edge on American studentsIn explain the Increasing unrest Catholic nieghborhoods. This z ordinate activities
the humanities. "Most students and despair among Negro resistance, he said, reflects a federal government
over there," she says, Americans living In the ghettos failure on the part of Church governments, and his
"are about two years olderat of our large cities," stated 'leaders to teach racial Justice. will add a great i, t
the same class level and Conyers in a speech to the conference, which has
have had good backgrounds In thirteenth annual convention of Ala. Vote GroupTo support from all
the humanities. Most of them the Nationwide Hotel Association North Florida
speak from three to four lan of predominantlyNegro Bennett said the
a group
Honor D.C.
guages. hotel and motel owners sident had not given
Although all of her educational meeting at the New Dunbar definite answer to his
expenses at the University of Hotel. Attorney Branton but that In the next
Munich, including travel to and "During the last six months would be arranging
from this country, and living the white unemployment rate BIRMINGHAM, Ala. -- dule for December.The I
expenses, were borne by the has remained constant at about Atty. Wiley A. Branton, Washington lawmaker,who
program, she discovered the 3.4% while the non-white rate D. C. Special Assistantto one of the major
educational costs there were has risen from 7 1% to 8%," said, the U. S. Attorney General areas In the
no more than at A&T. Conyers. "The statistics show will be honored by the Alabama sonville, said the
She says that her family provided that during this period the number State Coordinating Association SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. -As a woman (right!)looks on, a police officer checks the contents develop helpful
something less than$500, of new unskilled service. for Registration and Voting ata of her purse. SIwo end other Negro occupants of a car were stopped by police in the Hunters bousing, air and water
used chiefly for twomonthsof Jobs gained by Negroes has statewide meeting' Sunday, Point district ft San Francisco during the second night of racial violence. The group was health facilities,
holiday travel on the con dropped sharply while white Oct. 30 at the Masonic Temple arrested :u curfew violators. (UPI PHOTO) education and
tinent. She visited during the Americans have continued to. auditorium.Dr. ------ "Dozens of federal

vacation season In England, gain t their usual numberof Gordon A. Rodgers Jr., American Jewish Congress Files programs are
France, Italy,Greece,Belgium, such Jobs. Of particular ASCARV president, said the ATOMIC PROGRAMS local governments and
I
Holland and other cities In concern Is the 42-yearold Arkansas-born and we should know
very sharp Increase ,
Brief Julian Bond
Germany. to nearly 30% In lawyer Is being honored for Supporting Russia's thermonuclear fusion and how we can take
r She likes best In the German unemployment his contributions to the enlargement ,program costs $40 million a of them," Bennett .: <
among Negro
WASHINGTON D. C. -The American Jewish
university program, the freedom teenagers. The large numberof of political suffrageIn Congress has year, that of the U. S> $20 though I have not
which allows the studentto filed and amlcus curiae (frien the million, the Catholic Digest reports
created
Jobs for teenagers Negro group '
U. S. Supreme Court supportl Jullan Bond's right to be
advance as rapidly as he ng Russian fusion scientists eral programs,
during the last year has helpedto C. W. Lee, Montgomery, AS- seated the House
by Georgia of F Representatives
wishes, and as his ability CARV treasurer will outnumber those in the ,U.. S. because of waste and
significantly decrease the presentthe Bond, elected twice from The American JewishCongress I .
permits. should all know what
She found Germans to be rate of unemployment among achievement trophy to At!) House District 136 In Fulton works advance civil\"., by ten to one. able from our tax
friendly and helpful people. She white teenagers, but the rate Branton at the afternoon ses County (Atlanta), has been barred and human rights and to Registrar 356-6465'
among Negro teenagers has remained sion. ---
lived with other students atStudeatentata..bouslag from taking,his seat po strengthen Jewish life
the same.These figures Registration, echoes from charges that his endorsement :
.
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: suggest'-that' as\ jobs become voter-registration t promotion of SNCCrstatements on VietNam ..II .. _
development for students and" more scarce, Negro Americans leaders from various points of
cast doubt his
on abilityto
:( faculty at the University of are among the first to be the state, a workshop getting uphold the State and Federal
; Munich, "about 25 minutes squeezed out as a result of both out the vote, and research on Constitutions.The "
away by bicycle from the simple discrimination and Inadequate the candidates seeking offices American Jewish
I., UnIversity She education.: In the Nov. 8 election are among Congress brief asserts that the "i"iTHESE
said the
; opportunity of
----_-\ activities listed for the morning charges against Bond have no
C! session. basis in law
The 14-year-old Alabama The brief of the Jewish civil KETs
WHEN YOU ARE ILL State Coordinating Association rights body makes these points. SUpER
for Registration and Voting Is 1. The Georgia House of Representatives
a nonpartisan organizationwith has "impaired
I You Seek The Best Doctor, contacts and units in the Bond's freedom of speech in PRICES GOOD THROUGH .SUNDAY AT EDGEWODD AYE.
When Your Doctor PrescribesGet 67 Alabama counties. It Is the violation of the United States
Experienced Pharmacists +w oldest statewide organization Constitution."
'When Your Doctor Prescribes, + a of Negro voters In Alabama. 2. The Georgia House "has
/' Orders. We Use Only The Best j '4 It conducts year-round voter Impaired the right of Julian U. S. GOOD CHUCKROAST
Quality Drugs. registration and political education
Bond's constituents to be represented
campaign. Its special In t the Georgia
h..Y'_ emphasis meeting Is coming Legislature, 1 n violation of
C. E. BLACK Proprietor just eight days before the the Equal Protection Clauseof LB.49C
November general election. the 14th Amendment."
3 Reg I s t ere 12 Pharmacists To Serve YouA Atty. Branton will deliver a 3. The Georgia House in excluding
trophy-accepting speech which Bond, who was elected
...........- COMPLETE LINE 0 F............ will be the highlight of the one- the first time by 82 per cent
day Alabama-wide conferenceof of the votes cast and the second SMALL BARBECUE SIZE
Cosmetics Rubber Goods-Candies Sundries voter-registration leaders time as an uncontested candidate
PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVEREDLilly's and political action strategists.The has violated "the
awardee who was born guarantee of a republican formof
Drug Store Dec. 13.is 1823 In Pine Bluff, government containedIn t i SPARE RIBS LB.49C
Ark, a graduate of Article IV, Section 4 of the
the University of Arkansas Law Constitution."
1907 KINGS ROAD EL-3-8216 School. He has served as executive The Congress brief was writ

secretary presidents ten by Howard M. Squadron of FABDETERGENT
Council on Equal Opportunityand New York, chairman of the
as director, Voter Education organization's Commission on
Project, headquartered at Law and Social Action; Joseph
Atlanta. This project was responsible B. Roblson Commission director GIANT
If you want a better whiskey for more than 600,000 ; and David Dretzin, a S9C
Negro voters being placed on PKG.U. .
staff attorney. It requests the .
go right to the top. the voters lists between 1962 Supreme Court to reverse a
Seagram's 7 Crown is and 1965.A judgment against Bond that was LIMIT 1 WITH $5.00 OR MORE FOOD
member of Omega Psi Phi handed down by the U. S.
The Sure One. Fraternity, Inc., be has been District Court for the Northern
the recipient of his fraternity's District of Georgia i (Atlanta S. # ORDER'a
"Citizen of the Year Award." Division).

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Moon Over MiamiMIAMI Participants In Masonic Dinner. ,

T YOU ASKED ME

_L JI .r. M ." r."IIIi'IInI.' ... ... _' .,.. I .... ..'_1to' .. I SINCE 1
BEACH, FLA/-November In this sab-tropic resort I By LONNIE PRUITT II

means: m-month leases on apartments, six more weeks of NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL J
low autumn hotel rates; opening of the' winter concert season, L-------A.
inauguration of thoroughbred racing. A continuation i lot colle-
DEAR LONNIE: Do you know how any body goes about Improving
pate and professional football and such all year diversions as ; at all and my grades are Just
I ? I can't spell
his spelling
golf, tennis.,_fishing; swimming,sightseeing sailing,siln diringAM t K terrible. The teachers saythey can't understand what Pm trying
and Just tits sunshineLatest
rviiujuifY in
I count In apartment units estate agent. to say because I spell so poorly. What should I do? Illiterate

In Miami Beach Is Hotel rates from now until
33,000giving
the city for the first time more ,Dec. 15-20, begin at a low of Y I x WHY DON'T YOU STUDY YOUR SPELLING? Why don't you

i'! apartments than hotel rooms. $5 or S6 a clay double and concentrate on Improving by writing the words over and over,

Tims' the selection runs the range upward to $25-330 in Pie looking them up, using them in sentences, and using them when

scale, u do the hotels, from best oceanfront hotels. Incidentally you talk. You didn't miss any words in your letter, so 'evidently
"j economy to the ultimate lux- many of the larger iaI t t you can spell when you want to.
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hotels offer two to three mealsa
,t Rental odds may be leased by day for approximately $4 per DEAR LONNIE: You made a mistake when you said people date

1 0 the year, for the winter person winter and summer. when they got to high school.Just got to high school and I can't .
(November to May) for the Fall yacatloners coming here I date because I don't have any money and my parents won't let

II summer (May to November), for a week or so might well me, anyway.
I
by the month, sometimes for chack travel agents forpackage ; Unsteady
a week. Apartments may be plans. Many of these Include $ YOU'VE GOT TWO VERY GOOD REASONS for not dating. Now,
purchased In both condominium extras such as a sightseeingtrip when you get past those two reasons, maybe if 11 be time for

and cooperative buildings, and football ticket or other + J you to start dating. .
attraction the ****** *
frequently are by regular visitors. "on bouse. l'5 3
All-winter rentals begin Several groups of hotels will
around $600,Increase in price feature again this winter many i. ra DEAR LONNIE: I like to have fun at school and I don't ever

I with site and lavish appointments theatrical headliners In private have any. Why are teachers so strict? Why don't they have
Into the thousands. shows for guests as part of classes you can enjoy once in a while? All that studying can be

Many business men commute their entertainment programs. harmful if you don't ever have any fun, can't it?
here from northern cities, di- Football games remaining for YOU MUST GO TO A SCHOOL WITH NO ACTIVITIES AT ALL,

I, ;14 Ie their time between office the regular season are: University no social center, no athletics, no student council,and no clubs.If .
and family, the family being In of Miami Dolphins I were you, Pd start a drlveto get some of those things
residence In Miami Beach all play Buffalo Nov. 6, Boston started. U your school already teas thegtwby don't t you participate -

through the colder months. Nov. 27, Kansas City Dec. 11 / In some of them? You're bored because you're not
Selection of an apartment and Houston Dec. 18, all In Interested in anything. Yes, It might be harmful If you don'tstart

should be made, If possible, In the Orange Bowl. trying to enjoy something sometimes.
person. However, assistance The Greater h(*'\D. PJ1- ************

.may be obtained by correspondence harmonic orchestra will be DEAR LONNIE: My brother Is always taking my things. If I

with the Miami Beach heard In Miami Beach audi- tell him not to, be gets mad, and won't speak. I'm not stingy
Apartment Association, 350 torium Nov. 13, 27 and Dec. 4, IN ATTENDANCE Some of the ladles who were present at West Palm Beach; Wilbelmenla Benjamin,Miami Northwestern but some things that are mine, I want to keep. What can I DO?
Lincoln Road, or with a real, with guest soloists featured at the banquet of the Moses Grand Lodge Universal Masonic Senior High School;Theodothea Benjamin,Miami Northwestern Beat
;
each performance. From Brotherhood held last week In the Magic City are shown here L. Bowers, Miami Northwestern; Marilyn Stevens, Miami YOU HAVE TO CHOOSE WHAT YOU WANT.If you don't, he'll

left are: Mrs. Barbara Byrd, West Palm Beach; Mrs. Northwestern; Mrs. L. Latbon, Miami;and L.Williams,Miami have everything. Just live with the fact that he'll !have to be mad,
Christine
Models For Miami Methodists Robinson; West Palm Beach;Mrs.George Corbett. and quit complaining.
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NAACPers TestifyAt Rides "Rock" DEAR LONNIE: We can't have parties at our church becauseout
minister thinks they are sinful. The young people don't do
anything at our church.We get sick and tired of doing nothing but
Police
Hearing Lou Rawls To Fame listening to ermoos. Don't you think this is wrong?
i YOUR PASTOR DOESN'T KNOW hnwvnnfaeL Talk It over With
NEW YORK Past ana present senator from, Harlem district, What does the 'teen music fan Lou had Just finished his him and-ask him to-get-some youth activities started. Maybe he

LHpJi presidents of the New and Jeff Greenup, president of think about aSO-year-oldNegro second sell-out concert at won't agree to parties but there are lots of other ways of having
IIi York City NAACP Branch testified the uptown branch, both favor Blues singer who suddenly carnegie Hall and was sitting, fun.
before a six-member state the continuance of the Boardas breaks out of his bag and becomes back In the darkened dressing ***************

legislative committee which Is presently constituted. not only the biggest room, coke In one band, relaxing If you want to ask a question, send it to "Since You Asked
t hearing statements for and Senator Patterson is a former selling artist in the record industry -,, for the first line Indays; Me." Negro Press lnternatiool,S708SouthState Street,Chicago,
against the Civilian Police Review president of the New York City ,'but the most popular and'fnlnklng about the success Ql.

Board.' NAACP Branch. I male vocalist in. the. country,as, thaf,had ,,crme his way in .the .- .
Basil A. Patterson state '-" '
jrell?
'past year."Five 606Zl.lJ
years'ago, I was singIng qrsr

} .o r r ( j ijNMENT! HUES 6 RIES- J the same stuff at Pandora'son ,
BEACH
1 the Sunset Strip In Hollywood.The -

SCORES AT PLAYBOY kids were digging then ... 1(.
t.. f CHICAGO-(NPI-The Playboy club clientele will long rem- and packing the place. But, It .._ .... k

ember singer Della Reese's outstanding performance before SHORTS took groups like the Stones and,
1 capacity Penthouse audience. Scoring heavily with a' caress Beatles to really put It across. -'

I lag version of "What now My Love?" and her lyrical "It Was MIAMI BEACH FLA. The They've paved the way for '

A Very Good Year," among other tunes, Della proved so Mlccosukee branch, of the Blues; made people aware that 1;
popular that she was held over for an additional week. She is Seminole Indians has Blues songs make for good listening '
backed by Bobby Bryant quintet.ON Florida economics and dancing. They swing
surrendered to ,
I
well
Just as as anthing else .
something the UjS. army failed
I FACULTY Lou maintains that the kids
nI i a? STONY BROOKN.Y/-NPI-SopranoAdeleAddlsonwasoneof( ) to accomplish In a seven-year growing up today have picked' By LOUISE P. DUMETZ(

1 I a 10 members added to the faculty of New York State University war. The Miccosukees recently up on his songs much quicker AUTUMN DELIGHT

: recently under an expanded program of the school's University asked the federal control government their than the kids of ten years ago A delightful tangy addition to a wide variety of recipes,

Center. Miss Addlson's appointment was disclosed astheichool to assume reservation over in the would ,nave. "Kids today* are from appetizers to main dishes to desserts that can be enjoyed
I announced plans for three aewarts departments to be Loused 76,000 acre quicker and lmarter.)They all year long Is convenient, economical and uniform Realemon
| THE THING-Mrs. Rubye Curry, popular: ,attractive Mlamlan in a $4 million building. Everglades that ,now Is under swing"and !have a ball Just bottled lemon Juice. '

Is seen modeling one of the season's latest fashions for the HONORED State of Florida Jurisdiction. like the rest of us did, but If s especially appropriate for luncheons and brunches, for

dinner-musical sponsored by the No. 1 Choir of Ebenezer, NPO-Singer-planlst) Nina Simone was honored They benefit f1rurl.thQ"ll and tax receive today they're more aggressive desserts, hearty main entrees, harvest vegetables, buffet suppers
Methodist Church. She shared the modeling spotlight with by the Jazz At Home Club as"Jan Musician of the Year" more ememp-and They know the only way they and is useful in baking homemade breads, now that brisk
; another charmer Mrs. Ruby Lazier. Mrs Louise Rail is. during the club's annual awards dinner at the Sheraton hotel ttons from Washington can survive is to be smart autumn is here. I

president of the choir and Rev. D. A. Hall is pastor. last week. One of her hits of recent weeks, a ballad entitled longer-term protection.eau and get off that corner and learn Pork is a menu standby and a pork roast gains new flavor

"Four Women," has sparked controversy'among disc Jockeys With both federal and University something" when glazed a half hour before it Is done with a mixture of 3/4

j jP because of what was termed "its no-holds-barred lyrics" of Miami ocenlc research Lows records have- met the cup apple sause, 1/4 cup pineapple preserves and a tablespoon of
MONEY STILL MISSING bottled lemon Juice.
same acceptance. His latest
CHICAGO-ollce last week were still trying to recover institutes than In operation surf rod hardly cast' single, "Love is a HurUn''Ib1ng, Another favorite which will bring %touch of autumn's golden
a
: the $1,400 taken from the Ambassador East Hotel suite of entertainer more south of Miami Beach,this area has become a national hit; not buses to your table is this ham entree filled.with sweet potatoes.
WAME Sammy Davis Jr. recently.was the second stroke of to become Just on R&B and "good music"
expects a major
misfortune for Davis, who only hours before forced stations
was to cancel headquarters for marine but on pop-or rockstations -
six scheduled performances due to Illness. He has since science within few as well. saturation
a ,eara.
; left Weiss Memorial Hospital and resumed his career. :airplay he gets bas not only
Rapidly expanding governmentand
P INAUGURATE PAVILION Interest made the single a hit, but thebiggestseller '
LOS ANGELES.(NPI>).Maybe they needed a ball that big for private in oceanic he's bad In his
Is
the vast audiences their popularity warrant,for Harry Belafonteand resources spurring the quest recording career (more than.
for of
knowledge what exists
I. DIAL. 1260 his company, with comedian Nlpsey Russell, are all set to In and under the seas. 400,000 copies sold in the first 1t
play to capacity crowds in UCLA's 13,000 seat Pauley pavilion three weeks). ,
I't 'on Nov. 12. The troup will inaugurate the concert function in the GRADING ., .
SCHOOL
pavilion, the university's newest and largest facility. ** ** **
TURNS DESIGNER BOARDS L"
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I singer who has been a newer bit since coming to America, has ix .". .
developed still another talent--that of hat designer. Already a I fll ::iif.. ,

seamstress, specializing In African gowns, Miss Makeba has d ..... ,
'f designed more than 100 turban-like, high-top hats in various
FLORIDA'Sn colors and fashioned after the clay-stiffened hardos that the SHORTY$35..
I Xhosa 'tribal woman wear, MEDALO STYLE :#BGS
d TEEN QUEEN: Par co..lo'. Illu......d Cat.l.f e(
ttodala Hair' Stylaa,WI ..H.1' .ao.
IffiW; .YORK-(NPI-Seventeen year old Beverley Forrest, a .nn' ataM.on.. Mud n.e..ndA. .
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t A pretty Negro student at the High School of To recognize outstanding ... oddro... ". FII& got
1 Performing Arts, ...... ofsoN.ddrt.. .
achievement school ""
by
Rockaway Beach N. Y., was named by the magazine Ingenue a rally ftcaltky Normal ".... Gol}/ ,ra.. I....
board the National Educa wa from ha HAIR ROOT!
: St 9. Bklyn 3S, N.Y.
as "Miss Ingenue New York City" and featured it November UR SCALP.Tba aondltlaa et > ,
r issue now on sale. The long-tassled Miss Forrest was chosen tion Association and Thorn hair altan dp* da haavllr COMDot
tile natural ha1th al
you*
McAn Shoe
Company Jointly
from among 16 finalists in the magazine's recent reader-model Yaan ago DOCTOR CAR-
search. sponsor a nationwide awards )lots Invaatad 'madleatad tat AWAY
formula aallad NOm,
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Campus NewsJACKSONVILLE Gospel Calvacade uri World Of BooksBY New Whit e.edE. 2 White Men-

LOUISE P. DUMETZ

,"..'."_1'" -1-. : THE CONSUMERS UNION Red Group Given Flues'
UNIWERSITY ": PORT ON FAMILY PLANNING.
By the editors of CONSUMER Invades HarlemNEW For Assaults
Jacksonville University will open itdoorstoDevslCounty high REPORTS and three distinguls-
school students and their parents tomorrow during Its annual tP 1. ed consultants, Alan F. YORK -- A new TAMPA Two white men
open house. Tomorrow is an official holiday for County public Guttmacher, M.D., Aqulles J. Communist group-with pro- were fined in Municipal Court \
school students.A Sobrero, M J)., AND Real Jean Red China leanings.-moved Into last week for assaulting two
full day of continuous activities scheduled beginning at 9 Isaac. Consumer Union Publication ,Harlem and Immediately met Negro youths early last Satur-
a.m. Visitors may visit the campus at any time during the day New York, 191 pp. 115. resistance from a Communist day, Oct. 8, on Seventh Ave.
and stay as long as they like. As you probably know,"family group that got there first. near 40th St.
This year's activities will Include special exhibits, campus i iA'M iT planning" Is very often known The new party, named the Judge Bob M. Johnson meted
tours, and musical and dramatic presentations. Guided tours as "planned parenthood." Thusit Communist Party of the United $50 fines each on Frederick
will depart houly on the hour throughout the day. will not surprise you to learn States (Marxist-leninist), is Watson, 29, 3610 E. Paris St.,
One of the primary purposes of the open house Is to give col that this can serve as a guide headed by Michael I I. Laski, 25, and Iris Nichols, 29, 4008 E.
lege-bound youth an inside view of college life.Many University to contraceptive methods and who is white.Harlem's Hanna. The white men were
classes meeting tomorrow will be open to visitors as will residence materials for use in child only Communist also referred probation under
halls and the library. Members of the faculty and spacing, presents techniques group-until Laski moved In- the supervision of the court,
administration will be available In the morning for career a for improving fertility, and was the Communist-line Progressive by Judge Johnson. "
advisement. T gives details of recognized adoption Labor Party, whose The fines were Imposed after
Reception centers will be set up in the Founders Building and _k v procedures.It leader, William Epton,believes testimony by Watson and,
the Wolfson Student Center, adjacer to parking areas. Upon is written with clarity and only Negro Communists should Nichols, and the Negro youths,
registering, guests will be given a packet of information about 40r precision. Few questions you work In Negro areas. Milton Coley, 17 3020 E.Louisiana -
JU and coupons redeemable for tickets to University athletic could ask in either of the three Laski was asked how be expected and Ronald Derr, 16,2214
and dramatic events and a complimentary luncheon. The com- areas would go unanswered., to make himself the E. Cayuga :
plementary luncheon will be served In the student center at For the person interested In leader of the Negro revolution The white men testified that
12:45: p.m.Visitors. family planning, or simply for' "since you're Whitey." they retaliated after a bottle:
may use the University's tennis and handball courts those interested. in keeping "I'm not Whitey," Laski was thrown into their windshield
and the recently completed nine-hole golf course in the after abreast of accomplishments in snapped. "Whitey is monopoly by Robert Lee Grandberry,
noon. the area, this book Is InvaluaW capitalism. Whitey is imperial- 3613 E. Friersoo. 1'beyldm1t.
: ." Ism. ted that they had passed a car
SHAW UNIVERSITY MURRAY, THE K TELLS IT Laski said his group would loaded with Negro youths about.
Intent on signing the contract which created Radio Station WMPP LIKE IT IS, BABY, By MURRAY seek to organize armed "de- midnight Friday on Interstate,
George V. Allen, director of the Foreign Service Institute of remote sutdlos for live "Gospel Calvacade11 broadcasts from the KAUFMAN, Published by fense groups" among Negroes.He 4, and called them names. The
the U.S Department of State, win open the 1966-67 Public Venetian HOLT, RINEHART & WINSTON, called for American Red Negroes ran them down, the
Room of the Southmoor Hotel
Affairs Forum Series at Shaw University. The complete sche- Chicago, every Sunday New York, 127 pp. $3.95. Guards and a Negro national men said .and the bottle was '+
dule for the school year was released here by the University's morning is the station's' manager, Allen Wheeler .( right) Just as This could be called a combination liberation army In the South thrown. They said they forced

.president, Dr. James E. Cheek. engrosses are ( from left) Allen Brown, WMPP National Sales Managerand of "My Life With the, Thu Red leader said his group the car to a stop, caught Coley
Allen, a Durham, N.C. native, willaddressthe faculty and student Stephen W. Mlms, manager of the Southmoor Hotel. WMPP I s Beatles," as well a. "Whats was "distributing arms in Los and Derr and returned them to
body on November 4. As director of the Foreign Service one 0 f the four Negro-owned radio stations in the United States. Happening in Today's Music"" Angeles and using them so the 40th and 7th Ave. Both men
Institute, be Is responsible for the education and training for and sundry other things. people will be prepared to defend denied having a gun, however.
Junior? middle and senior grade personnell set abroad by the Transmitters are in East Chicago Heights, III. Principally, It Is'given over themselves. Coley and Derr said they were
State Department and other agencies of the UJ5. government (NPI Photo) to the inside story of Murray Laski complained that militant taken back to the 40th St. area
The Forum Series, which Is conducted as an integral aspect the K's friendship with the Harlem groups In Harlem at gunpoint and beaten by the'
of "The Shaw Plan of Education", features outstanding figures Beatles. Dubbed the "Fifth couldn't understand that "It two white men. Witnesses for
from the fields of Industry, business, government, and public Negro Seeks Congress Approves First Negro Dean Beatle," he is known as the isn't Just a national struggle; the boys, also testified that
life. It is designed, according to President Cheek, to bring teenagers' most celebrated It'salso aclass struggle againstthe several gunshots were heard
students and faculty into significant contact with contemporary Congress seat Appropriation For Appointed By spokesman, one who can"com- Imperialists. Some of their Francisco A. Rodrlgues represented
political, economic and social issues,and promote and stimulate mufiicate"successfully between Ideas are peculiar," he said. the youths, and the
Informed opinion. NEWARK, N. J. - ..BETHUNECOOKMAN"The optimistic Republican candidateis YORK-NPI-City Col- understanding gap. located in the People's copies of police information ,
seeklngto become this state's WASHINGTON Congress has _appointed its first Replete with over pictures, Voice book store and reading on the case to determine i
Challenges to the Liberal Arts College in the Next first Negro Congressman. approved an appropriation bill Igege Negro dean, Prof. Allan B. the books carries forewords by .room in the heart of Harlem.. whether the boys civil'right "
Decade" was the topic of symposium at Bethune-Cookman Sybil Christopher Tucker were violated.
Earl Harris is In the ,
running to finance the U. S. exhibit at Ballard a teacher of political
College this week as a prelude to the dedication of three new state's reapportioned 10th Congressional the Inter-American t Culturaland He will be assistant Fredrickson, Tony Bennett and Grandberry was Jailed Monday
building and the conferral of honorary degrees In a program at district I in a Trade Center QNTERAUA) dean science.of liberal arts and sci- George Harrison, plus an GIVE TO l FIGHlMSC for filing a false crime report.
10a.m. eight-page Insert of There are also several
Superman warrants
middle-
campaign urging more
In Miami, Fla."This at the college.
The three additions to the built at a cost of about ences comics out for his
new campus, income tax reforms featuring "Clark the arrest on
housing, find
was our : legislative An Soviet politics
expert on
$2 million, are the John 0. Gross Science Hall and the CharlesC. K." traffic violations.
and War "
on Poverty funds. E. at
hurdle, said Dr. Irving and agriculture, he studied
Parlin Student Union Building, almost ready for occupancy, The incumbent !
Congressman, Muskat, chairman of the Inter- Urvard; University In its
and The DeWitt C. LeFevre Men's Residence Hall, already in :Rep. Peter W. Rodino Jr.,faces American Center Authority. Soviet Union Regional Studies ;'. THE GOOD OLD DAYS: when a I THE LAST ONE to leave a
use. I a Negro opponent for the first "The $5.87 million approvedby after graduating from high school took up mart space cocktail party can hardly. Cathic >
Panelists for the discussion were Dr. Stephen J. Wright, New I time in his 20 years in office. Congress will be used to program Kenyon College in 1952. 'than in parking lot. MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS Digest- October.
York City president of the United Negro College Fund, Inc.,
Harris, 46, has called Rodino finance the federal exhibit In
and Dr. Thomas R. McConnelL, who resigned in July as chairman
I a "me-"me-tooCongressman the U. S. pavilion in the inter-
of the Center for the Study of Higher Education of California -
I thetic liberal who followed the national Area of Interama,"
at Berkeley.ALBANY .Administration like a rubber be said. :
STATE COLLEGE ; CHASE ft SANBORNCOFFEE ((1'
stamp. Interama will be the world'sfirst : 'I
"I'm going to give him a permanent internationalexposition' .
John A. Holley has been appointed Director of Public Relationsat I
Lindsay-type campaign"Rarria primarily orientedto .
Albany' State College The announcement of his appointmentwas I said, "and invite him to the Western Hemisphere.
made here President Thomas Miller Jenkins earlier
by <
1 walk the streets with me to see It is expected to draw an estimated -
this week. I how dissatisfied people are." 15 million visitors a year
Prior to his new appointment,Holley was Director of Publicity
Harris' chances are abettedby when it July 4 1968
opens ,
| and Publications at Shaw University. ,.
1 the of the '
reapportionment to Musnt.i
A native:..JJaltimore-,-Md., he.is a. graduate of. Frederick" 'iu-'i U. according 1 ,. ,
10th District In J "
,
.. '. Congressional ] Earlier thIs year- President QUANTiT ; N 4 ;
[Douglas High School, Baltimore. V /tHe .creasing the proportion of Johnson signed a bill authorizing PRICK GooD
I is a graduate of North Carolina College at Durham where: .
J Negroes in the district to as the exhibit and Issueda RIGHTS RESERVED THROUGH SATURDAY
and HeI lB. .
(he was awarded the B.A. degree in sociology English. 1 9.
I has done additional study at the State University of Iowa Schoolof I high as 20 per cent. proclamation Invitingall )I
Richmond'Professional The district includes Newark, nations, particularly thoseof CAN
Journalism for the MJS. In Journalism. and at the
i Institute. 1 which is 40 pe r cent Negro. the Western Hemisphere,
TUSKEGEE INSTITUTE 'According to Harris, 40,450of to participate.
cArt the district's 188,419 voters "We have been In the hard

Llnkletter, one of the country's foremost radio and television ire Negroes. planning stage for more than BAKE RITE 49C
stars, will speak at Tuskegee Institute Wednesday, Rodino's supporters cite his five years," said Muskat, a 3 L'_.
I long-standing support of civil who bas devoted
retired scientist -
Novermber 9, as part of the RC University Series. SWEET BISCUITFLOUR
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His address will be followed by an Informal questlon-aad-
answer session with Tuskegee students at an RC reception. Former Cage Star I
Mr. Llnkletter also will see many of the significant activities U30HERSHEY'S
Help
underway at Tuskegee and visit points of Interest at the In- Gets Labor Post Help Help ,

stitute. Rev. Roosevelt Franklin Of
Mr. Linkletter's University and College appearances around WASHINGTON, D.C.Walter BANNER
the country are sponsored by the Royal Crown Cola Co. Dukes, who starred with the Macon, Ga.
The Series Is described as "Art Linkletter and the American Harlem Globetrotters from Divine Spiritual Healer
,
Student: A Dialogue." His appearance at Tuskegee will be co- 1953-1963, has been appointed
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.1 1 --' ':;- Doubling Up For Gator Bowl .Clash ,First Annual



,Sports T ara. ---.1, French, Link


Tourney ClosesFRENCH (/ J
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DICK WOLFFPROSPECTING
DIVORCE By
LICK, rod. -(NPI)-
::SAN FRANCISCONPI)- The wife of San Francisco Giantsidrst More than 200 golfers, their FOR GOLD NO. FISH
baseman Willie McCovey was granted a divorce In
families and friends Journeyedto
.
I will used to being skunked.We
i If I fish another 100 years never get
Superior Court last week, after testifying that Willie told her the beautiful foothills of traveled l more than 360 miles, spent two days of hard fishing, and
be didn't love her and gave her the silent treatment. However, southern Indiana for the first I had only a nibble or two plus a painfully: sunburned baldspot and an
%Karen McCovey, 23, waived alimany: and was granted $257 per French Link Invitational aching back for all our efforts
.math support for her one-year-old child, Allison tmateur Golf Tournament at I Nearing! home after an arduous trip, we passed a youngster struggling
with four of the finest imallmouth bass I'd seen all weekend. Surely
COMEBACK HERO the plush championship layoutof the string topped IS pounds We pulled alongside the boy. "Where'dyou
the French Lick Sheraton those?"
get
I NEW YORK-NPI)-Orlando Cepeda of the St.Louis Cardinals Resort Hotel and Country Club, t "Down the'road in Meadow Brook Pond." he shot back.
'was voted the National League's Comeback Player of the Year The Invitational was hosted Recalling;; the moment, Ed Hall, my companion of a dozen fishing
I fat. 1966 In the annual Associated Press poll of baseball by Triangle Enterprises and outings, and: must have frightened the kid with our blank expressions.
writers, outpolllng Los Angeles Dodgers relief ace Phil Regan sponsored by Royal Crown Cola Minutes or silent gasping passed when almost In unison we blurted

I ;by 10 votes. Cepeda, who received 88 votes to 76 for Regan, Company, Columbus, Ga. All "Meadow Brook friend Pond Lefty is Kreh less than experienced 10 minutes the from same hero"Another problem recentlyand

[;was traded to the Cardinals by the San Francisco Giants last of the prizes and trophies were wrote in a national magazine: "For more than half of my life I
May 8 after a miserable 1965 season due to Injuries. He tr4 P furnished by Royal Crown Cola searched for the best amallmouth bass stream In this country, one that
I bounced back with a.301 batting average, with 20 home runs Company. offered plenty of fish and In good size. I found that stream in my own
I backyard, relatively unflshed. and unappreciated even by most of the
and 73 runs batted In for 142 games. Golfers, both men and women
anglers that live near it.
I from 23 states competed In this T- ,
.
the Potomac.
I "That river Is +
;NAMED ALL-STARS falrwa y classic to round out Many fishermen Including well. A ,
1 ,BALTIMORE -(NPItriple crown American League batting the 1966 golf season. Robert known outdoor writers like Lefty
[champion and World Series hero Frank Robinson and pitcher Turner, Cleveland, Ohio was Kreh, suffer this same failing v
Juan Uarichal of the San Francisco Giants both were named y4tr medalist, and so was Miss They tend to pass up local water ,r / f '
: .to the United Press International's 1966 All-Star baseball Juanlta Boyd, Dayton, Ohio. in favor of exhaust-eating, costly 1
trips to distant ponds and rivers.
I :'team. Others named were John Powell, Baltimore Orioles; Mack McCollom, St.Louis,took Our lesson learned the hard
'Roberto Clemente, Pirates; Hank Aaron, Braves; Pete Rose, low net honors and Alton Smith, way, Ed Hall and I set out a few
.Reds; Ritchie Allen, Phillies; Gene Alley, Pirates, and pitcher Indianapolis used an 87-79 to days later for some local "pros ',
Sandy Koufaz, Dodgers. walk awya with first place gross pecting" We took a road map and
f
+r r efi"4 Ir4I l OIIors. Juanita Boyd won first circled all the nearby spots
/' WORLD SERIES DEAN place honors in the ladles marked in blue, Indicating water
t ", LOS ANGELES-(NPI>-The "Dean" of the 1966 World Series division and Catherine Martin, To selected test these tackle: unknown with special waters care., we

in which the Baltimore Orioles blanked the favored Los Akron, Ohio was runnerup. There no telling what you might -
Angeles Dodgers, 4-0 1, was veteran third baseman Junior VI Other winners were the Misses hook Into.
Gllliam. It was Gllliam's seventh series in 14 seasons, the l Ruth Clayton and Ada Wells, I favored a spinning; outfit, choosing a medium reel, the. new Mitchell
most any National Leaguer has played with the same club., both of Chicago; Mrs. A. P. 410, with roller bearings and fait retrieve, and an all around hollow
I fiber glass rod that will "throw" any lure from a quarter ouncer to
Johnson, Nashville; Dr. Martin one weighing half an ounce Six pound Bonnyl monofilament sounded
PRO QUARTERBACK Li Walton Cincinnati; Mr. and fine to me
.CANYON, TexasNPI)- If It were left to Coach Joe Kerbel, t ,a. 1t Mrs Paul Jordan, Milwaukee Ed Hall stuck to his favorite bait casting rig an Ambassadeur SOOOC
,1 West Texas State University, Hank Washington would surely 44"!' .kl Wls.; Mrs. Edith Swan, Flint, reel with 10-pound Bonnyl, extra soft monofllament that is wonderfulfor
I casting and a Conolon 2216 rod for holding anything from a yellow
:become a professional football quarterback.Singing the praises m Web; Mrs. Lauretta Seldon.
: of his rifle-armed tan quarterback recently, Kerbel said: "I ? South Field, Mich. Mrs. Alvin perch to a rampant northern pike.
; Preferring to travel light, we limited ourselves to the "best bet"basic
( don't know whether he will become the first Negro pro quarterback $& Davis l Indianapolis; D r a. lures Including some spoons, rubber worms, surface poppers,
I but 1 21 was coaching a pro team, I would be after one &i Robert Bennett and Robert Abu Reflex weedless spinners, and the Abu Hi-Lo and Lippy because
quarterback-Hank Washington." ii* Sims, Frank Seymour, Tommie these plugs can be adjusted to fish at any depth.
I I I ,Foster and Zlggie Johnson, all Like two old sourdoughs we set out one evening to prospect for
I _CLOUDED RECORD I ,of Detroit. something more pleasureable than gold. We didn't travel far, either.
We struck It rich not 20 minutes from home In small brook that
I PATTERSON, N. J.-(NPI)-Police records show that former Twins, Samuel and Daniel Cooper are more than a "Look Alike" act with the Bethune-Cookman The second French Lick In-' flowed into a bay opening on the Atlantic Ocean. No a one In a million
boxer Rubin Hurricane) Carter who Wildcats, aslocal fans will see during the B-CC-South Carolina State contest Saturday In .
top-ranked middleweight ( night ,vigational will get underway July years would have believed the brook was loaded with sea run brown
along with another man, is being charged with murdering a the Gator Bowl. Samuel has grabbed three tosses for touchdowns during early season play, 21-43,1967. trout, that is, until we prospectors showed them a half dozen fat,
I bartender and two customers in a local tavern, once spent while brother Daniel has picked up more than 150 yards on a tricky end-around play. The sassy'. and local fish.Dazzling .
time as a youth in reform schools and four years In the Plant City sophomores are 6-1 and weigh 180 pounds each. They alternate at right end.
Trenton State Prison for assault and battery. Carter, at first Islanders Fishing Dickey Miss Rosetta Smith

arrested, questioned and released, was re-arrested after Alcou-Southern 14-14 Tie Ends In
testimony of a witness to th shooting which the bartenderand Dispute Team Settles For (Gave One Man Show Named Top BowlerTop

a male and a female customer were fatally wounded. bowler for the week In
I Police theorized robbery was the motive. C Over Tine Out IB Saturday's Game Second Place WinU. NASHVILLE-A one-man show the Ladybirds League was

.ojr... Bennie ThomasLorman crowd as witnesses. therefore set in mutlon.The S. VIRGIN ISLANDS A by Eldridge Dickey kept Rosetta Smith with high honors
I DISCOVERS DURABLE JAMAICANNEW Miss.-(NPI>-A con- However before Southern Jaguars were bard hi t marlin that decided on having Tennessee State University's of 186 high game, and 512
and ,
YORK -NPI- Former welterweight middleweight
win-streak alive and vaulted the high series.
14-14
troversial tie was in the
by interceptions bruisinj
r. dinner have cost
Robinson has discovered a durable : could go into a huddle and resume an early may
champion Sugar Ray ,
recorded between Southern play the nine seconds SWAC battle as. quarterbacl k the U. S. Virgin Islands Gameage John Merrltt-coached quarter- Shirley McCoy of the Flamingo
promising fighter for his ex-manager, George Gainford. He back to the team's total offense team
bad
University and Alcorn AIM ticked off the clock and the Joe Williams five sha <1 Fishing Club team the first conquered 7-8-6-10
on
Calhoun whom first saw
Milo Sugar Ray
is middleweight College Saturday afternoon in ball declared by Alcorn players, each tim e prize in the recent 13th annual leadership. split She also bad a 415 high
when be was in Kingston, Jamaica, last February, and whom game was
what many observers feel was deep in enemy territory. International Club Nautico deS All-American Dickey,who was series and a 168 high game
Gainford calls a "durable," two-fisted action fighter of the. the biggest steal since the Infamous officially All this over. with Southern Southern hit the sccreboart San Juan Marlin Tournament. off last week-end and who faces Other bowlers I In the 400 series
happened
Henry Armstrong type, whose only shortcoming is defense. Brinks robbery of a having one more time out first when defensive end Net:I The three-man team repregoal Florida A&M at Tallahassee his 'were: Nancy Horton, 485210;

few years back. coming to them. blocked an attempted field senting the U. S. Virgin Islands week, has 569 yards In 63 plays Easter Howard,477.170Naomi;
Jhe Peace Corps! brings With the score all tied at 14- While no such ruling came to on the Alcorn 31, which tw 9 came in second In the international : to his credit. The dazzling Hester 457-165; Louise Nealy.
14, Southern's Richard Neal the press box via official lugged all the way to the Braves'>''' tournament, losing Dickey completed 35 of 53. 445-163; Juliet Hampton, 437-
idealists down to earth. \ recovered an Alcorn fumbleon channels, Alcorn's public address two-yard line. Two plays later,i what seemed a sure grip on first aerials for 553 yards gained 151; Dorothy Johnson, 433-160;
You could join. For information, write, the Braves' one-yard line. announcer claimed that Williams bowled thru gI place by the grand total of 5 4 TD'.s while averaging a mere Ola Mae Wells, 434-168; Kay
The Peace Corps, Washington, D.C.; 20525 'j Nine players called time out Southern bad no time outs remaining mid-air to score and Marl k pounds it the final results. 1.6 yards per carry in 10 efforts. McKlnnon 429-161RuthSmlth,

PuW'il. Southern carried its 7-0 lei 1 tournament's final day deadline, first time this season, the big 418-143; Man McKinnon,414-
Into the second quarter, bul I' a member of the winning Puerto blue has piled up 138 punt to 23 147; Cynthia Dunmire, 412-163 '
when the siren marked the end I Rican team hooked a blue, and and is a averaging 425.3 yards and Ruth Devoe 402151I. .
and[ LEARNING of play In the first, Southern> boated it just three minutes per game while limiting oppon '
had the ball on the Alcorn six, under the two-hour deadline on ents to 83.7. CIVETOFIGH'iMULTIPLE

yard 11ne.WllUams. fighting a fish. The marlin, Ranked 10 in associated press
Boys at Girls Can and halfback Robert t which weighed in at 350 Ibs., college division the big blue is SCLEROSIS
Make Money Payne had teamed up on a big f: was enough to take the tournament 1-0 on the season and 17 games
72-yard pass-run plan before I from the disappointed without a. loss over three year The great crippler'

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put play on I With the blue marlin season I .. :
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EARNING from $1. to $10.00 Weekly Resuming play in the second I are beginning to seek out thelQ USD is
quarter, the Jaguars were I sailfish which Inhabit the waters there

And LEARNING do business: a fourth down situation,needing: of this U. S. Caribbean Territory R__", .
three yards for a touchdown.To '
and the now legendary
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for the three points of the for 3 million displaced, lonely Americans in uniform
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Tennessee State Humiliates FAMU Rattlers On Home Ground. 29-0 t


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Gaither's "Winningest Coach" Sports In Photos Top Races InvitedTo Pride KeepsPietrosaate


Title May Bay Be In JeopardyTALLAHASSEE r Daytona Meet In : : Sports: : Holes: : j 3"


It's beginning to look as though FAMU M DAYTONA BEACH,-Although
coach Jake Gaither's "wl iniagest coach" title is in jeopardy. ; ,0 the field will be limited to fifty National LeagueFormer Clyde Devine of San Carl ,

So far, out of five games played In the current season, Jake's cars, entry blanks for the Inaugural Calif., an American Football
Rattlers have been trampled twice..whlch makes two out of Daytona-Trans Detroit Lion fullback League umpire; since the league
five and that's hardly a record for the "w1nn1n st coach." American 300 at Daytona Nick Pietrosante now with the started in 1960, is the only man
International Speedway on Feb. Cleveland Brownsturned down to have served as an offlclalm

omenow>> it seems quite a I I of poise this anernoon," reflected 3, have been mailed to all the big-money offers from Amer- all three major pro football
.
few people expected the Rat- Merritt, "they didn't top drivers owners, and manufacturers ican Football League clubs to circuits. ;
tiers to get knocked out. let the officiating get them in North Americaand stay in the National Football Devine, who began his officiating -
Anyway this is about the way rattled when a couple of calls Europe League for a significantly smaller career in 1938 in the
the game went: went against them early in the The chosen few for the 300 sum reveals an article in Pacific Coast Conference, first
Eluding tacklers with the graceof game. This is the kind of grow mile race, and its $10,000 In current issue of SPORTmaga- became a pro arbiter Id 19ft:5
a matador quarterback El- ; log up I have hoped for all : a prize money, will be named zlne. with: the old All America Conference -

dridge Dickey hit 11 of 25''I year, and It is just what we after the qualifying runs. Pietrosante, the 29 year old He served then
aerials for 266 yards and two' will need Saturday when we The Trans-American is for fullback who became the all- through the '50 season moving
touchdowns to lead Tenneseee .play Southern at home," he touring cars of over and under time leading ground-gainer for into the National Football
State in a 29-0 romp over continued. 2000 cc's and will be run over the Lions during a seven year League in 1951. He worked there
Florida A" M in Bragg Bowen, who ran for 70 yardsin the Speedway's full International career that stretched from 1959 for two seasons before retiring
Memorial Stadium Saturday 17 carries, waltzed off with : 3.Bl mile track road through 1965, was released by because of the press of his
afternoon rushing honors and opened the course. Detroit prior to the start of swimming business.
Leading 10-0 at halftime second-half scoring with a 2- This is the same demanding the 1966 season. Then when the AFL came I into

Coach John A. Merritt's Big yard plunge capping a 5-play .. c.Q' circuit-it includes the Speed Almost immediately accordIng being in 1960, Clyde resume$
T spread gloom over the 14, 43-yard drive. John Eason ,' ; .' way proper with its high banks, to the SPORT article, the his professional work. He's
500 fans shoehorned Into the attempting to punt, ruffed the J;', t' ? Y+, X6+6ia f '"f,. and a flat Infield road--which Denver Broncos and the Buffalo been on the .job ever since';.
stands to witness the fangless ball and tried to run and failedto + t will be used for the Daytona 24 Bills of the American ** ****** :i:

Rattlers get whitewashed for make the first down. Hour'Continental. The Contin- Football League contacted Nick Add three major schools: who-

the first time in 16 years, Taking the ball on Florida's r.iA ental, America's longest test and offered him huge raises to have soilS reprosUiiIon in the'
suffer the first defeat at homein 43, Dickey got a pass inter- ., of speed and endurance startsat sign. The Denver offer. In AFL' Minnesota, spearheaded,
15 and down In ference call on his first 3:00: p.m. on Saturday Feb. particular was so by Boston's Gind Cappelletti,
years go pass fa.RS na.uwr) .;4-.; ws:.wR .'- I.: ::.: a -'S.IW.isiaaaa..dar.:U 11': ranwwi U tempting that
defeat for the first time in that moved the ball to the 18. 4, and runs twice round-the-? Pietrosante was on the phone the AFUs four-time top scorer
Bragg Stadium since it was Dickey hit John Robinson at PIRATE TOUCHDOWN This action shot shows Hampton Institute fullback Edward Tannin clock. with the organization for three has six ex-Gophers in the
built in 1957. the 7 and handed off to Bowen ((40)) as he crashed through the Shaw University line for a 68-yard TO. The score was the The Daytona Trans-American days, unable to turn it down. leaguo. Texas has four (three

The Merrlttmen became the twice for the score with 2:13: beginning of) Hampton's 46-43 win over Shaw. The Hampton Pirates bounced back last week Is the first in a series of races Finally, however, Cleveland with New York), as does Penn
first to defeat the Rattlers in remaining in the third stanza. and knocked out the Virginia State Trojans 7-. The Pirates' score came late in the game to determine the SCCA manu contacted Nick and he signed State. (

Tallahassee since Morris After Bowen's score, Mer which held the possibility of a scoreless game. facturers' championship. The "I have things to prove in the In addition to Cappelletti, the

Brown turned the trick 20-13 ritt's defensive forward wall .. series was started this year by NFL," says Pletrosante in explaining other former Minnesota stars
in 1951. Southern Universitynext caved in on Morand for a safety.On SingingBaskefeteer the SCCA an after seven races why he turned down are Bobby Bell and Aaron Brown
( week's opponent) played the free exchange, the BigT Camaro Entries [ c1et0i; OelRIdd)I Ford and Alfa Romeo of Italy the AFL offers"I want to prove with Kansas City, Bob Schmidt

AIM to a 0-0 shutout In 1950. got the ball at the Rattler were the winners of the over that I haven't lost my speed and with Buffalo, Roger Hagber;
Cornerback Craig Cilllam set 23, from there, Dickey hit Joe Scheduled For and under 2000 cc classes that lass year was just one of with Oakland and Bob Bruggers

up the Big Ps first score by Smith with a 23-yard scoring 1 BY sop BREWSTER ,, respecting. those things I know I have years with Miami
intercepting an Elroy Morand aerial opening the fourth stanza odi..r earn" ,. To Judge by early inquiries, left in football, three or four eeteeee
pass Dickey used Gene and Meneese, in the closing Daytona SpeedwayDAYTONA --- M.....' owe."+, ''- .. ,. '' ... the Daytona TransAmeiicanhas good ones, I think, and I've got

Bowen's running and passed to minutes, boomed a 23-yard 3- BEACH, Fla. -A A CASE FOR CANE created tremendous Interest to prove it here."

Leo Johnson to move the ball pointer. team of Chevrolet Camaros, To many sport fishermen, the 1r ; among stock and sport If Pietrcsante can pick up just .
from his own 40 to the Rattler, Place Kicker Meneese's three captained by NASCAR driver thought of a cane pole Is akin to: car drivers. In the 1966 series 600 yards this season, he will WatchThis
12. From there, Roy Meneese, extra-point boots and two field Bobby Allison, is scheduled to the feeling of an opera fan when such NASCAR aces as Plchard rank among the top ten ball- Clown
who opened and closed the goals gave him scoring honorsfor make a run for the money and subjected to a session of "roc Petty David Pearson and carriers of all time concludes
game's scoring with field goals, the game and his team's championships points in the and roll' music \ Curtis Turner took part and the SPORT article.Hallptoll.
booted his team a three-point scoring leadership with a total Daytona Trans-American 300 However when considered In: .,.i, they are expected, along with 07-15-69 1

margin with 12:34: left in the of 26 points for the season. and the Daytona 24 Hour Con terms probably of popularity draws as many, the cane admirersIn pole I J others, to participate in the Outs

second period. As a team, the Big T kept tinental at Daytona International the fishing world as the rock : i February race. 22.. 42 98
Taking advantage of Rattler their 400-plus yards per game Speedway in the first week of and,roll crowd does among music: The Trans-Amarican opens
miscues, Don Merritt covered ;average going by picking up February. lovers Speed Weeks, and will be fol- Virginia 7-0 9 4
Robert Lampkin's bobble on 306 via the airlanes and 118 Allison, two-time winner of The cane pole deserves a better lowed by the Continental on Feb.
Florida's 21. Dickey needed one i on the ground. Joe GilllanVs the NASCAR modified cham- reputation than It generally receives 4the ARCA 250 on Feb. 19, An alert Hampton defense anda .3 8
play to find Johnson waitingin i defensive gang limited the pionship before he turned to : claim: the finding expert at the Permatex 300 for modified fourth quarter fumble foiled 5
Brnlde being
Mercury outboard 1
the end zone for a tally. :Rattlers to 112 net yards gained. the Grand National circuit, the bent angling tool for tod- 4. sportsman cars on Feb. 29, Virginia State College's hopes :
Meneese added the extra point The game'3 crowning point notified Speedway president, dares, thin unadorned chunk of zu and the classic Daytona 500, for a Homecoming victory
giving Merrill's Big T a 10-0 intermission margin. i the clock. Having practicedthe plans for the Camaro entries. the most difficult situations when .26. A Homecoming crowd of nearly
With the winning string out to I I tune for four years, Tennessee The Hueytown, Ala., star said wielded with a knowing hand. 10,000 saw the Pirates defeat 6-90- 189 ..
18 and 4-0 on the season, Meri i State's Bandmaster, FrankT. his plans to compete in The cane pole artist must of ....Meadowlark Lemon the Trojans 7-din hard-fought .
rltt mellowed after the game, Greer, raised his baton and the Trans-American on Feb. 3, course radius,limited exercise to his about talents two times In a Miss AFL SoughtIn defensive battle Virginia State S Sometimes He's Up,Sometimes ::

"The coaching staff did a treI I his Aristocrat of Bands serenaded and the Continental on Feb.4-5, the length: of his pole. But within Meadowlark Lemon, the was unable to turn Its strong He'. Down, He adds, subtracts, '!
mendous job of preparing the v i the defanged Rattle rs with were well underway, and that this area he can achieve perfect clown prince of Basket Nine Cities defensive effort .into"victory, He works it all around. J
team for this game with ''"Take 'em To the Showers." he hoped to have a well-known casting control and handle the ball and star of ,the tin spite of the .gact that the '
Florida: It's our greatest team This Was the1 first' time in' British driver,as Ms co-driver litre\ .with A.delicacy and preclMojQ/ obettbtterror in A'v cine search We will' } begin this queen week \JTroJaasJed tbt.Plrato, all .,......::55.. 19 .-. 128 :\1
select the
that eludes other fishermen. HaH&a r to !
victory and we can't single out I history that Tallahassee fans' in the 24 Hour Continental.It many h" Football'League i:statistics except scoring.The .
anyone boy. They all did a |got a taste of their own medicine is believed that Allison has The cane poler with can plop unmatched a plugor the past 10 seasons, of the 'American Pirates' only score came COMING ATTRACTIONS *1.
dangle a fly .
whale of a job both defensively ( from a visiting band. Inres Ireland in mind as his accuracy. If a toss goes slightly has been signed to a Miss AFL will be crownedat late in the game. With eight
and offensively." Score by quarters: Tennessee partner in the Continental for astray It can be yanked back recording contract by halftime of the league All- minutes left In the fourth 2 761 UMAN'S
"The kids showed a gi'eat d<;al (0-10-7-12., Florida O-O-O-O. Ireland has expressed a desireto without touching the water and R.S.VP. Records. His quarter. State had the ball with
Star Game in
not in the SpeedwaY'strackroad the error erased. Retrieves can be January first and ten on their own five ,
race zigzaged over a wide area with a first record, released in Oakland's plush, new yard line when halfback Angelo DAYSNUMBERED
events but the Daytona
tantalizing flourish Dappling the this week is the hit Oakland-Alameda County Cuffee, attempting to his
sweep
500 on Feb. 26, as well. surface with the lure l Is another Coliseum. She will be chosen
VETERANSTHE The Trans-American counts cane polo technique nearly impossible song of a few years from the winners of left end, dropped the ball after
toward the SCCA manu- to duplicate with other back "personality" competitions among to be conductedby a hand-off from Sugg. Hampton ,"Man's Days are Numbered."
end Thomas
tackle Spears recoveredthe
facturers' championship and is backed with a few teenage the nine AFL teams, New Health and Fortune Can Be
,Cane pole Hulling U far more fumble in the end zone and
for U. S, and European stock
Yours When You Know Your'Lucky
than lust( bobbers and worms, remind dance created by York, Buffalo, Boston Miami, the point after touchdown was
JACKSONVILLE BARBER COLLEGE INC cars of over and under two the Mercury folks, so give Meadowlark ca'lled"ShootABaskef Houston, Kansas City, Denver, good. Days
liters with five liters as the 1
'll another look or perhaps even San Diego and Oakland. State had threatened three ,Lucky Colors etc.
maximum. U will be run over give It a try. You might Mart .
NBC, which televises the AFL times during the twice in Send $2.00 for your
the same road-track circuitas catching fish In those difficult Hoping to combine two game
Of 630 DAVIS ST. Is Now Taking the Continental-the 3.81 places you formerly had to pans games, and its affiliated stations the first half and once early in Horoseoew Guide for
careers, he will devoteas will participate in the
up and that alone makes a good the second half. Running and NOVEMBERFill
mile layout-and carries a
"('aiif'" for "cane" much time as possi- contest, a draft unlike those passing, the Trojan Warrior mail
purse of $10,000. in the blank below and
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The Trans-American series Starts to ZODIAC, Post Office Box
Clay football.
Applications For Its was inaugurated this year by his basketball schedule In addition to a long prize ,seven yard line early in the 1171, Jacksonville 1, Fla.
;first quarter, but an interception
the SCCA and after seven races: which takes him to 1
Ford was the winner of the Training For seven list, which Includes the use I by the Pirates stifled any NAME
cities a week during the for one year of a car provided coring hopes..i1iGmc.
Veteran Class. bigger class, Alfa Romeo the Bout by the Chrysler Corporation, STREET
Next season An interesting
smaller. The Daytona Trans Miss AFL will represent the DATE OF BIRTH --
American is expected to draw MIAMI Heavyweight boxing sidelight to the recordIng league In public appearances .I "fRt Mo. Dayparty

many top stock car drivers. champion Cassius Clay started session was the through the 1967 season. ------
The Size Of Our ClassesIs Several raced in the series training earlier this week for choice of arranger, Herb
this year Including Curtis his next title fight. He went Bernstein. I
Not only is
Turner and Richard Petty. three rounds with a sparring
Trans-American cars will be mate, something he's never he one of the most suc- I 1

Limited By Law. eligible for the Touring car done before in an opening work cesful arrangers In the
division of the 24 Hour Con- music business, but at
tinental which starts the next out."He had to," said trainer one time players professional
day and runs twice-round-the- Angelo Dundee. "He only has
Enroll Now To Be Sure Of clock. The Continental, for about a month to get ready. the Milwaukee basketball with
Hawks
sports, prototype, Grand Clay fights Cleveland
Place. Touring and Touring cars, car- Williams Nov. 14 in the Astro-
ries more than $60,000 in prize dome at Houston.

money, and counts toward the Clay, who weighed in at 215,
manufacturers' world went three rounds with Jimmy '
CALL 355-9874 championship. Ellis, a 190-pounder who gave

the champion a good pounding.
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.Sold exclusively by' Ebony calls Dixon;; a' The Harlem-born Dixon left a series of classical recordings -
Exchange Clubs MANDARIN "conductor without a countr)'/" the United States 17 years ago, ," he tells Ebony. "But
crime prevention committee "America still cannnot standto but "has never given up his ran embarrassed European 4
as a community Lovely, 2 acre plot that has Royal Crown have a Negro as the perma- 'woman told me their American JUANITA'S.BEAUTY ,
numerous fruit trees and small Cole nent head of a symphony Atlantans Get home office would not acceptme.
service. house. orchestra, a post which Implies Beethoven Is verboten. But SALON
Contact Robert 0. Bell absolute authorlt y based on Blunt Warning If I turned to jazz or spirituals,
Nice wooded 1 acre lot suitable "
Intellect, leadership, continuity I'd make millions.
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for nice home. Call and organizational ability," Continued from This year Dixon was informedthat -
6089 SW 38th Street Janet Johnson, James D. Carr, MAIDS, GUARANTEED charges Dixon in an Ebony pro-, the rate for whites,and althoughthe "the Sydney Symphony .See JariaoavWvs snare
At 45th
Miami 55. Fla. Realtor 453-3604. HEW YORK LIVE-IN JOBS,540: file vast majority of Negroes would not be recording this Street winner, consultant and stylist
I Rush references. HAROLD Dixon, who Is conductor of are hard-working job holders, me because I
Pbone 661.9911 We have other good buys in AGENCY, Dept. R,LYNBROOK, the Sydney Symphony Orchestra millions of black American Americans are just not Phone 7653307 Mrs. Edna B. Calionn
all parts of county. N. Y. and chief conductor and general workers with families are interested. .

forced to toil for menial wages.
1"" Dr. King reminded his profit.
.I. r[ .1. SHOP AT YOUR A&P minded listeners that It is in

I' STORE their own interest, both econo- Old Presents Americans
WAREHOUSE Taylor Ingenious
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I enormous potential market for .J/ ( '1 "

.. rf! PRICES IN THIS AD community sales and profits But before in the businesscan Negro : :

GOOD THROUGH earn much from that t
The that cares..about'youARE f
store ]
j market, he observed,the people -
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must have more money to spend. I ;; .
How much money? With < .1' "
AlP fRESH INSTANT SPECIAL! AlP CUT lAX BEANS OR GREEN SPECIAL! today's rising prices, especially I' ,
for essentials like food ;

COFFEE 1001 'JAR 99C BEANS 7 I.1 LB. CANS 99c and larger least housing families$4,000, every per required family year needsat ,more and ; .,t :. :

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ICI CAMPS PORKIBEANS IP CREAM STYLE DR WHOLE KERNEL GOLDEN that that to have a barely ., lr xiJ -
SPECiAl
decent standard of living, Dr. ., ', ; ,t.,

BEANS 1 'lB. SPECIAL! King Even said.$4,000 Is a low level t. ''1*.'. r ? .

2 CAMS 29C CORN 5 1-LB CANS 99 compared to the median income I ...'....
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of $6,569 for all U. S. families

.. .__ .. .. .. .. .. ".. ... .. In 1964. But there still are ; r :' f -'
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'Q 'd' A lor. Gor Q. eo.riat!+L's' ;r\\' ?a1d +s receiving less than $4,000 each b. 'f .

year. :"'s "
Dr. King explained that the 6 I
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Government-guaranteed Income r- .q,v; ;
he would not mean that each : "' .
> ; : ;?} #'?'# poor family would have to be 'i( .

{. G. <:}$:'; ..+.:.x.!:tr', ''': paid $4,000. Actually, most of ". ,
; r: ; }:{Fi .a:; them already do have workers
who bring home some Income. tl.
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What the guaranteed annual '.' '

income would do, he said,would ., '". #." .. M............._ ..
be to supplement present wages lime sew
enough to Increase the earningsto
the minimum necessary
level. Benjamin Banneker ((173M806))
Those persons who can not
work at all should have the
guaranteed income as a replacement
for today'sdegradlng
and complex welfare systems,

he said.not Many employable people today simplyare Without him the White House might

have been deprived
because they
for so many years of good I not be on Pennsylvania AvenueWhile
ALLGOOD BRAND SUGAR CURED SLICED SPECIAL! education and training, or because -

BACON 69C n, caused economic their health hardship to deteri-has

i.11. m. orate.In still a very young man, living on But the most distinguished honor bestowed -
the long run, Dr. King said, his father's farm In Maryland, Benjamin upon Benjamin Banneker was
FRESH CRISP JUICY JONATHAN SPECIAL! i the guaranteed income could Banneker was the marvel of the neigh' the invitation to serve on a committee
save the nation money, If it borhood. People in far away countries appointed by President Washington.The
is combined with adequate heard about the boy who could"remem assignment: Define the boundaries of the
: APPLES 4 LB. BAG 39c ; minimum wages, Intensive job ber everything". city of Washington design and lay out
training, superior, education, As he grew older each of Banneker's its streets. When the chairman, Major
and massive spending for public achievements overshadowed his last. In L'Enfant,suddenly resigned his position
GEORGIA YAM RED SWEET SPECIAL! Improvements. For people with 1761 he built the first clock of wood ever and shipped off to France, he took all
1 money and decent jobs do not made In America. It kept perfect time, the layout plans with him. But Banne
commit costly crimes or drain striking every hour for over twenty years. ker's prodigious mind was able to reproduce
.EAT IMPOTATOES 3 M. 290VOffUklDEtERpT luSLlANABtil away tax funds. They become Some time later, Banneker accurately them from memory I
law-abiding taxpayers. predicted a solar eclipse in 1789. Banneker lived out his latter years
If this nation can spend $24 Next he began writing almanacs,then peacefully on his farm where he was
billion a year to fight a war the form of scientific sought by distinguished of
.: : most comprehensive out men science
x5r.: : ''i.VlJl x1 / : : r:::: In far-off Viet Nam, he declared information. He sent a copy of one and art. The physical design of
t "we can spend billions to Thomas Jefferson, and the two men Washington,D.C.,stands today as a living
f j ; to put God's children on their struck up a warm acquaintance. Manuscripts monument to Benjamin Banneker

.; :f < : :i"t"K.. feet Many right businessmen here In America.in :the" been preserved.of their correspondence have American mathematician genius., astronomer, architect.. ..

audience wanted to know "when
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course, we already are doing
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