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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
September 21, 1968
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:
UF00028362:00783

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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:
September 21, 1968
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:
UF00028362:00783

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news


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were all oo friendly Florida Congress, 6, and Mr..TJt FrostTic* president of District ; kciduTtisitM11M Circle, East, was
terms.: According to W II..sis, tion was presented the charter after becoming a local unit of the Florida vnlt. Others who M m cwt tttlstd MMw later released under bond of
Mrs. Jemlson bad been drinking shared the highlights of the occasion, from left, are: Assistant principal M.T. Davis, Miss \ $1,000. The daughter was
oo the aftereooo of January C.G. Jones Mrs. G.K. Parsons Mrs. Z.F. Geowrlght, Mrs. A.H. Cobb and Principal A.C.. beu1, "atwr CllreeW IMI011ilhal treated at Devil M.dlulC.nter

5. Later Mrs. JemisM vent b U ti14 k1 KIn and released.
to a club where DeShlelds was Tde11M prebtes. *Wwui M According to Patrolman B.A
Marty.Tex ) 4 at Mr, art* here ft* MM, M Thomas, a complaint was mad

rormmatlm revealed that Urs.Jemisoa Gal EI.cII"Dtte" t1 by Saperlnteadent DonllVaraer
t' came home at about :boo : ft the Parental Bom

}, ,,10 p.m..Shortly,afterward she. ;; -.- li lhiil :t \ ,totJVjyion Jessie Street. ,'
bad an argument with her buuihad Tb records show that Vainer
about Us making unite went'to 1904,West 19Ch Street

and possibly arousing their ,Negroes Savage For Cop Shyer!to + at about 7 p.. tort Friday, S I
six-mooth-old. Mrs. Jettison aM unsung a eoniialat for Sol*
started to leave the house r maa Reed, distant relative! oftb
for her mother's hone, with BRADENTOM. Fla.-"After the Civil War the Negroes moved CHARLESTON. I.C.- For *Bother,who bad beea car ing .
the youngster. Don Jemisoa off to themselves and the white people did the same thing. We possibly the first time la the BISHOP E.G. BATCHER: esN sd Y slat e> z muu t5 et yell for tile child from more than '

and DoShlelds told ber M was knew everyone would be happier Just with bis own race.. history of tilt sate of North Monday. September.be gin- W a month.
Carolina, a white met, Wilson het >lq b MMF tnrter+i In atltist Reed told the official that b*
cold outside for the child. the CC Paul
to at
too "Cod wanted the white peopleto Bradenton's answer race Ding at 10 aja, b
Atkinson, win face the dean : .saran, >s Resumers d W bend.b bad tried, unsuccessfully, to
Court testimony brought out live alone. And be wanted problem. Yet another sentence AME Church Thirteenth and
that DoShlelds attempted to stop and white penalty, eaecitloa la the Jacksonville w M111 Mlt car for the child's wounds.
A'
colorad people to live alooe. reads "Both Negro Myrtle sure, ; aettea teaates Mift
ber from the bouse. living apart electric chaltatGrhvlogbun : A.C. Chandler spirt* lie therefore sought adrke.
departure Cod has made us different. have been satisfied Rev. pastor. bar earrM osjliiliilpipli
*
: She: pushed at him. According ADd Cod knows best.." from each otter. The Negro U declared guilty by a Jury of six Hundreds of dignitaries are In. According to Yates, there
to the husband after Mrs. The two statements above not Just a sunburned white nun. men and all women, on a theory this weekend for the sthoots AaiOsts were scald burns over a majorpottlos
Jemlson left. DeShlelds toldhim probably surprised to Negro, of tat fatal shooting ofJamesOwens services. i In. hM haacttf fire loaf "4 of the cars body lie
"experimental" You
from are
come aa lienirdud old e ttfMft.fii as aa amu to
Charlestoapoliceman. ( v: child to the hospital
took the
be bad been stabbed. The different sudden
book which, according to Manatee learn a Negro la really News of the passing to Iht
Matt stjosM sot hawtaaa.a Ba at
after the muther
hatband did not set the weapon. HIP School's history Instructor from a white man. Tb of the lite prelate spread locating
The victim was taken to a local Frank Kittle, should whit man Is very civilised According to state officials, rapidly throughout JacksoovUk wa- puses a friends home.
l hospital but was dead oo arrival.On be considered as material for while the pure Negro in Africa this 1s the first decision of Us and, within a short time, bad
1ie11ttu sN
the witness stand M r.. enabling whit aDd Negrostudeats is still living u a savage." kind la the state's. history. No reached most of the far-flung ax a lllttenM r
Jemlson denied knowledge of toferlherunder- Statistics to the contrary,this white ors has ever before begcOIIY'ietld dimensions of the connection HumphreyDue
> '
; what bad happened She was stand the racial situation and "experimental" release of any kind of brutality Condolences and telegrams I a'MK

placed in a hospital on the enable students to ward off Includes this statement:"White' toward a black mann began to arrive at the eplscopaj

night of January S for treatment "p rOil I"da and philosophies. children can tars faster than tile No state.recommendation of r..lductI'lOUU'UOD' ee frfp Sri eeeeMe In
of scltar When the races mercy Jacksonville where Jax
a of Negroes can. Street, ,
was mad by the Jurors. They based l e a Wiling ears tYte Ii p reeltsSIftnth
The second-degree murder _." of change. are mixed in school, the white Mr a. 0 rut ha Hatcher, thewidow *
deliberated only two bears gttM'.butldks a4 so restroom lor boy* to *
charge was based on a grand These startling remarks are children do not Jet u much friends and family
Jury indictment. Had Mrs., education as they usually:get; later hearing two days lengthy members were together, Met* Vic Presldeat Hubert
Jemisoa been convicted she Nominated The white have to watt lathe ttat1mOD(>rom both sides. Bishop Hatcher was ordained are Humphrey Is scheduled to be In
would have been faced with Wet Negroes to catch up" November will tit the dated i minister ia the AME Church luetrb iec i saistlhlPltM Jacksonville Wednesday,October .
t 1IIIpr1 uDetI1. The principal A rather academic explanation execution, u set by Judge Lads'Roses la 1924. Be was consecrated Ibis N 1tllmdlt, t, u a part of his campaign

r witness for the state was Is offered by an example.B Because the Jury madiDO one of the bishops ia 1952 and for the Presidency on the
recommendation of MlieL *
j Jettison. Assistant State concerns 100 whit chickens mercy later served in Africa Tennessee Democratic ticket. /
death by tile chair U maadatory.
Attorney Charles Dates 4 and 100 red chickens. The book The dIftDdaDt'.IaW'eflcI wii Kentucky, Ohio, West Humphrey, who will tit at
represented the slats.Miami's d sauna "All the white chickens Virginia and Western
course appeal _
got to oo* side of tile bouse and Th Negro, officer was .shot Pennsylvania before coming to
all the red chickens cot on tile Florida, where be, at the time
tare or four times la tile bead
Police other side. You probably feel while taking Atkinson to policeba00uarters of.bis! death, win. .charge.
the same way this chickensdid The late bishop, at the timed
alol''w. another
with his death was Chairman of
Chief OppestsQilttiii whenever you are
prisoner oa last May 11.Nw .
people of a different race. God 'the Board of Trustees of 4Watlra

AA 1 -, '.' meant It to b* that way" College. Whew serving Appeals Cart Rilfsfs 3
Scores 'j. ,:..01-. ."' ;1 ,.... .1 Frank KIWI, Instructor, has FAMU In Ohio he was Chancellor ofWUberforce

..... d Lire Iilrsi.mi+,w.... already beard from Rev. CJ>. University, one of
MIAMI_Police Chief Walter Gilbert
CALVIN WATTS Lazier, bead of the NAACP the oldest of AWE schools. Help GrsiB
who was natimlogdorI4
Beadley, cba ter. Kittle claims there M Herd Stresses Bishop Hatcher was la Bar tow,
the recent Liberty City Mr. Calvin Watts, above,bat Dnval Cowty's somewhat said tilt District Court must
DOt any underhand Intent Involved Fla., Sunday, where be
disturbances told a group of been nominated for a post on -Just "analysis'' dedicated a new parsonage for dilatory Board of Education Ms maintain J Jurisdiction ia the
newsmen thai be would not have Draft Board M and. the first Superintendent Jack Davidson the St James LiE Church Be beet ordered by the United local suit until Integration Is .
pulled his men away from the Negro so honored In Pit It. has .said that Kittle has his'support. LtasHshl :was accompanied by Mrs. States Fifth District Court complete and f" '. Furtherth
area in spite of orders, and County.The nomination is subJect He claimed that such Batcher, Alter being stricken of'Appeals to "pant transfers Court said that Duval's "plan" VICE AES
possibly would have been fired to coaflrmatloa by to students la majority-rac bas not worked. U.Is tokenism
a "ticklish matter" represents TALLAHASSEE.Florlda Monday, Bishop Batcher was meson Airport at about 1130a.m.
for refusal President Lyndon B. Johnson. an effort to get children to AIM University's new president unable to preside over a conference neighborhoods to schools where only. Tactics were really BO ., Is expected to speak at .
nude it plain noml- .
the
Kirk made
Chief
Headley Governor .
that he would have used the tti'i*. B* felt that both sides Dr. Benjamin Perry, BOW U session. Bishop their race may be ..a minor more than resegregatlaa.Tb about 12.30 p.m. at a locationdovntowntobeanoouncedlater.
tile
nation upon advice from Th Court Circuit Court therefore
1tJ! toother words ,
,
,
be used some need not tit shown. believes that physical fitnessis .G. Waymaa $fakeleytisentng. i
policy
same of the localcommittee
chairmaa with the and upheld the order of Judge
months ago, a policy which Phil Devilin.' Jr. Assistant Superintendent Lee all Important.This, accOrd The late leader wu a graduateof agreed protests Be will nuke television tapesand :i
suit Matthew W. Bryan Simpson u to schooling.
caused some wondering In local Watts,is retired teacher Doyle claims u attempt is bet( lag. to the new head of the Daniel Payne College and of subsequent by "' another speech at another I
Mr. a Gilbert last at The Court baa held that 1'11.
parents ,
made through tile boot'Data: ALT of North Carolina year
areas and reached beyond the Is affiliated with the school, will continue to be part University location. \
and '
now which Urn aa injunction) defendants (school board)shall
City of Miami.Miami's The American South, to Invite of his agenda at tile school. Be also attended Edward prevented Jacksonville supporters
DJL Funeral Borne. Mr.
that Boyd discussion among students OIl Waters College. There recent the board from adding oa request permit any studentto Humphrey are being arced to
police chief said the Perry who Is 60 yf old ,
and Mrs. Watts are parents:
school where
the mayor does not have training of .children from U to the controversial matter of Integration. lame tilt new president when If, Bishop and Mrs. Batcher to th* aging complex. transfer from a Join tile motorcade from Imeson
sight students of his are a
TIle Court bas said that such race
leaders of the tri-' to the ,where
required for the successful Dr. George GOT; for many were hug Airport places
of They are
seven years age. transfer allows thedlsatablshment majority to other school
a policy for any
This "analytical' book convention for the the Vice will speak
candling of touchy situations members of the Mt OUve AME years bead of the school re sponsored of President
of the dual 1 tile system where students
continues. "Rac mixers want benefit of the southern Vice President Humphrey will
ia the Liberty tired.Th area.
such
arose
as .
East Pabiax
Church of to the Southern Way of system of segregated schools his race are in a minority, and lave bassos Airport at about
section. EYeD if the city manager change new presldeat, when Bishop LH. Sooner,presiding
should order the police Life." asked about Us plans for the prelate of the Eighth Episcopal -BOW prevailing la DIm County. they may assign students on 4 pm.. for another southern

away from the area, said the Blest Swelters This coarse of study permits school, said "1 don't see why .District of the Church.Namely. The entire Duval County School such a bails"Duval clt).
aa
suit was thrown tack to the County was given
remarks from Georgia's Ed wfll These announcements were
lawman, be would have refused the blacks cannot operate a Mississippi and Louisiana,
to comply.,, W. Biles that, "W*art trapped university so well that anybody, deliver the eulogy Monday. United States District Court by order oa desegregation in I960 mad by Lacy Mahon,Jr..North
Chief Headley maintained that Nogro's Hoist in Inconsistency between our who wants to com can com The entire college 19bicbops tile higher court. The county and a court order that they Florida coordinator of the

only his office could adequately desire to have government take I don't see why it baa to beth II expected to be present. Bust reconsider the desegregation should remove the stigma by' Humphrey campaign, aDd
from others and to -as the of pal la terms of a recent 1962. Little or nothing appears 'Chairmaa Walter D. Smith
handle the situation. B* said give other way around all Bishop Ban, formerly ,
that the sheriff has no power CAR1'BAZIIJsI.Alecro and oar objects to have the time," Florida sad BOW of South directive from tile UnitedStatea to have beta done. Aa a result Duval County Democratic Executive .
over city poJJc.... Bcadtey family tad planned to move government taU from as. and Dr. Perry wants th* school Carolina la President of the Supreme Court Local school 137 Negro students after four Committee member.
went os to mention that the into a home being built Bear awhile give to others. to tit a "symbol of pride.!' College of Bishops.Mrs. boards, said tile Court, must and oa-Inbt years, attended
white
giht nfi became chaotic; theshrlfi neighborhood' but may. b*-' However Wheeler Leeta, B* feels that Negioes can lead Ruby Crawford, dCleveland take tile lalatlv la disavowing students most white! schools. No Rai. New
delayed.A principal of tile Manatee High wants to tb* conttmanre of segregation. attended mostly Negro
signed several doormats la top r >* ft'* lit daughter Eigeae
without paying them too bomb was exploded. Tb* ; "Maybe malataia contact with lbs Farther, and with stronger schools.--Freedom of choice, So Yn CM 'lit
such atteDt1OI1. boos was heavily damaged. Its the tight ." atudeJIta. CONTINUED ON PAGE U. diction, th* United States Court says the court, la out.

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I Philip Randolph Supports Humphrey For Presidency Because Of Civil Rights Stand I



5,11', Cir Porter Head .

Honors For President

Gives Other Kelsons hr AidThe !l CIVIL RIGHTS


dean of Negro leaden, A. Philip Randolph endorsed the. ;
candidacy of Hubert H. Humphrey. Randolph is the retiring ; C. ROUNDUP
president of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car
Porters a rice, By NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL
president of the AFL-CIO tad the president of the A. Philip
Randolph Institute. Ip : m SOMETHING ELSE
Randolph said that Hubert segregation, dlsfranchisement ANNVL.Y.-(NPQ)-When citizens charge police
Him p II re) Is a "candidate and brutality. ,'' brutality, that's one thing.But when ppllcelDen themselves charge
around whom (he Negro people "There is, however.apro- police brutality that's something else. And that's Just what
can rally with enthusiasm for found difference between 1876 w'' o ;..,' .,., happened In this city, where a dissident police organisation
be has been a champion of and 1968" he said. In 1876., s blamed for being Involved in an attack on Black Panthers In
racial equality for many )'ear.. the forces of reaction could Brooklyn Criminal Court was assailed by the Patrolmen's
Re was In the forefront of the Impose their win on black Benevolent Association. In condemning any group or person
civil rights fight when Outfight Americana We were corralled bringing discredit on the New Tort Police Department through
was still a lonely, unpopular on plantations; we were power. j ""unlawful anti-social, or violent acts" PBA at its animal
Isolated struggle. less and dependent. Today meeting, toot special aim at the Law lcoforcemeft poop of
Be further pointed out that thanks to the Clrll Righst Re' New York, which was linked to the attack by off-duty policemen
"American democracy has not volution,'we ban come too far and other whites on a small group of Black Panthers.
faced so critical a test since to be so easily turned around."
me. The parallels between that Randolph urged all black men GOOD TO LAST DROP
fateful election are striking and and women of Toting age to JEFFERSON CITY Mo. (NPQ) -Some people would envy
grare. In 1876 the electoral register and to rote In Novem- Robert Newton, a 1968 graduate of Lincoln University, for
process broke down and the ber. He urged young people having a Job that was good to the last drop. The Missouri
Southern bourbons emerged to below voting age to become Commission on Roman Rights sent him out to seek service In
dictate the infamous Compromise active la educating their elders s i every restaurant and bar charged with violation of the Missouri
of 1177 which pared the in the basic Issues of the cam Public AccomodaUons Act. The black ton Tivant was served
way for a new era of racial paI&D.: every place visited, but of the JO establishment be checked 14
were found to violate the commission's rule that public-accom
'" modations posters be visibly displayed.

WHEN YOU ARE 111 POLICE TRAINING

'You Seek The Best Doc NEW TORE (NPI) The state of New York has started a
tor. When Your Doctor* system of police training la minority group relations. The
'. Prescribes., Get Elp.rl.eoc.dPhar..cl.t. program aided by a grant from the U.S Department of Rousing
and Urban Development is designed to sUmalafeaji awartnessof
( n jo actual or potential prejudices and to produce changes to
Pill Prescriptions According 1 attitudes and behavior. The New York State dlyj.
.. ,
To Your Doctor's f 5 police will nm the program.
orders 1 J"
LOW MAN
We Use Only The Best. C. E, BLACK
WASHINGTON (QNPQ) According to a d report
,Quality Drugs; Proprietor released by the U.S.Department of Agriculture! t bulk 01 the
L. nation's poorest black farm families live la counties with the
Registered Pharatcists'To Serve YOUA Dr. Lionel L. Swan, president of the National Medical Assocla- Swan wu given ON use of a 1968 ImpaU during his stay >la the lowest standard of living. Non-whites make op only eight per
lion, is shown here receiving a courtesy car from the Hertz Texas city. Mrs Betty Myers Herts girl In Houston, Is present- cent of all persons living in farm households, but more than
.......... COMPLETE LINE OP......... Corporation during the recent convention in Houston. Tex. Dr. tog the ear E.M Parker, Herts executive la Houston, Ioota on.REGISTER half of them live la counties ranked lathe lowest living-standard
I category.

Cosnetlcs. Rubber Goods Candles ....or I Mlr' llse's Critical I L. |iia SUBURB PROPOSAL

NEW YORK (NPQ -Church and community organisations
Sundries. yoi have NO CHOICEI Prevent WIN 'lickse Swefclll have been asked to help locate business opportunities for black
businessmen and professionals la suburban communities. The

-PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED1101 DON'T YOU.... Hi1 ill chits is THUS Morehouse College has ben awarded a grant of $91,803 from proposal Is one of 73 ways suburban residents can help meet the
Ole crisis la the nation's cities to
Department of Health, Education and Welfare to conduct a according a new brochure prepared
KINGS ROAD 353-8279 critical languages program for the l undergradute schools the by the American Jewish Congress' New England Commission
VOTE ... .and the Atlanta University Center. The program will offer languages oa Law and Social Action. Another proposal: That civil
'
Lilly's Drug Store deemed critical to the U.8. role la Lie post-war world which service requirements be modified, if necessary to permit
choice Is YOUItSI are not usually Included la the curricula liberal arts colleges. mplorment of Inner-city workers by suburban government

_A_course la_ rustlan_ which the. first time. ... admloidratioos.POVERTY .
wu vurouijcva Yin /'*>*' u Gaines iiunaaruj WW w
Morris Brown College will now taught by a native Chinese Mrs CHIEF
become part of this program. Maria Chan MorganA.B.IloogKong DALLAS (NPQ Earnest Lee Wallace 41, buboes
David Polutnlk (Institute of University; M.A.. Syracuse uianlmoasly approved U executive director of the local War
Critical Languages Wlnd&am! University). Mrs. Morgan oa Poverty organisation. Wallace who received a bachelor of
I College; M.A., Russian School will all, teach an Introductory arts degree from risk University and a master of education-
Middlebury College) will teach course la .Chinese civilisation. degree from North Texas State College, U presently employed
: 1r I courses u elementary and Ibo, a language of the eastera as *" program1" 'analyst' tad field r.pr..DtaU"ome. of
Intermediate Russian. la addition region of Nigeria including\ Economic Opportunity, Mtd-AUanUCTtgion,' Washington, DC.
I be will teach a courseIn Biaf...,, will be taugbtby Patrick STRANGE
Soviet lastltatlonsaod Anugo Ntukogvi (A.B., BEDFELLOWS'
Culture. Central State University M.A. PITTSBURGH (NPQ-They say that polities make strange
too t.w. Introductory courses la three Ohio State University), whowfllalso bedfellows and one of the strangest alliances may turn oat to be
languages wW be offered for teach a course In Nigerian the rapport betweea Republican Presidential candiate Richard
and West African Culture iA. Nixon and Senator Edward M.Brooke(R-Mass,). Brooke says
Dallas Negro Swabill, the language of be differs with Nixon oa ""ralluuta.but that doesn't stop him
several East African countries, from ''Iu1J1lapporUac the Nixon campaign."The Massachusetts
Nailed
:.'' Among will be taught by Mr. Ukanga'a senator, la particular objects to Nixon's stand against recent
Five leading Texans Christopher MidakbaB.A,. Supreme Court decisions. According to Nixon "We may not
Sterling College M.A, Wichita agree oa the Supreme Court decision, but Brooke agrees with
DALLAS (NPI) Joe W. State University! ). me that we need a new approach to law enforcement.

Klnren, presldentDiUuNegro, The Critical Languages Program
Chamber of Commerce, Is one will be directed by Dr RACE CHARGED
of the "Outstanding Young Edward A. Jones, Chairman SEATTLE (NPQ Mrs. Charlene Mitchell Communist
'.. Texans of 196s" named by the of the Department of Modern, Party Presidential candidate, has accused forestry officials: and
a i l Texas Junior Chamber of Com Foreign languages at More police la! the state of Washington of "carrying out a policy of
1L merce.Klrven. bouse. unbridled racism and sheer Tindictlveness" la Us handling of the
S3.has beta nominated controversy over fishing rights. She made the comment after a
by tilt Republican Party for a National Urban group>> Indians and supporters were arrested daring a "flsh-tn"
t : seat la the Texas House of they were conducting: to protest the baa on their trapping fish la
Representatives, Place I. League Gels waters oa their territory. "What has a country become." Mrs
Adco Corporation, the building Mitchell asked, "that refuses to honor the rights of a people to
pjijnurmv. md office supply Grant For Growth fish U their forefathers before them have fished tor centuries
company whicb: be owns,has the
largest payroll of any Negro NEW YORK (NPQ The DEFEAT W GEORGIA
I owned business la Texas. National Urban League has received ATLANTA -(NPQ Maynard Jackson a black attorney, has
If f A graduate Booker T.WasII- $25,000 grant from the lost la ids effort to unseat Senator Herman Talmadge. Jackson
l ington High School and Wiley Danf orth Foundation to help the was defeated to 1, la aa election supervised by Justice Depart.
College Klrven has been & League set up new branches. mast observers. But the black candidate could take nmn t1""
Dallas resident for tt years. The grant will aid the organi la the fact that he had given Georgia its first two-party primary
Be Is a member of the Dallas &aUoaln Increasing the number election la recent years while condjeting lathe most vigorous
Action Committee and director of Urban League affiliates from campaigns a black person has ever mounted la the South.
of liberty National Bank. 92 to 100 by 1970. Fourteen
He also 1s a member of the of the affiliates have been es WALLACE'S BACKERS
f..J 1 t f e e t k South Dallas YMCA and the St. tablished during the last two NEW ORLEANS. (NPQ la case anyone didnt know. Pre
John Baptist church board. years. sidential candidate George Wallace Is backed by many members
I of the American Legion, the White Cltliens Councils, and the
,- .....r.k, r .. wr John Birch Society. The kgionaires support> was evidenced when
be addresvd their convention and was greeted by thunderous
l o Unwind } applause U be denounced rioters sod looters U "trash." According -
ate:Y' i e. to the Anti-Defamation: League of B'nal B'riib, at least
87 of the candidates for electors pledged to Wallace for President
have beta Involved with the Cttlsens Councils and the Blrchers.
I, A preliminary ADL report also found that many of the former
r ur Alabama governor's organisers, petition gatherers and state
and county chairmen have bees linked to (the KB Klux Juan,
>:- Liberty Lobby, Mlnutemen, and "peddlers of race hatred.


i. '-: Release Of Africa ,lip
'
,, Register. NOW So Yes Cm VOTE ,,t rieoid" ly NY Mlbbers


Six plays.trom modern Africa,aU written originally English,
.
AGAINST: MORE CITY t COUNTY TAXES by Negro authors wfll be published by Hilll Wang on October 17.
TIM volume edited by Fredric M. Lltto was formed with the
r_ double Intention of Introducing the American public to the most

TO GET: NEGRO FIREMEN Y Rar American Interesting theatre dramatic companies writing with in Africa stagttble today African and: of plays providing that

cube readily understood by American audiences.
la bin lDtJodUCt1QII:Fridric'

ri JOIS FOR NEGROES ON COUNTY I STATE PAYROLLS IIrlolll Lit to states and: comic"There are verse among. bis and fellow apIDat man corruitlon. These
ltyn. '
fIIlleoaeeru.
f4. cI eour. are DOt
4 ,IUbJed JeO&tJ' and one-act pla,.. ID msreiy African And these


FIr FREE Trawpertaliea Te CMrtfceue Cull: t', f 1 i" r to, p .'matter.lbanuemptedpIa.1peItIAc..t the which COII UIII In pert* an4 IOIIIethlac neural d Dou what across mdsrles It i national un to be on
modern Africans the problems
;
human."
:i then reward yourself : of the transitional' person torn More wrttlnc for the theatre

FLORIDA STAR CIVIC CENTER with America's most the btt1Nta tradltlonaltrlbalsocletyand the dJ iarlDr nt.1 cI 11 bc-.d to COIDt from Africa
fa the
--
t' ahead and as
pular whiskey. : tilt modem ladMtrlallsed others haTe IDt1matecI. the

'< :} .....: 354-4712; 354-4713; 354-WO agram's' 7 Crown- world the presence the mixed of tilt blessing white mae of 'drama siren Lint b.ea..t to tilt oral Lioffersa Wtrature

he. Sure' Oi e.' +.',.- to msn-tgalast Africa; and tilt the struggle elementsmost of !of tradition, U perbapl the
s
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clUterarJ
ltMtAlevauuegrwreebenpnunetemeu'e1100n ""'.wJtv7wWiLT .. agaultthelnexpllcableaad aprtNlOQ ford Afrtcaa
mysterious powers ia the uol- wrjler.rr .



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SEFTENIEI. 1S6I& STAR PIPERS PACE 3,


I Crowning 01 The.. Queen White Writer, Teacher, Scores -

WEDDING BELLS '."I'" .. :" J H. .7.f\r, t ,..... 7",.rw.:;
Johnny W. Jones 1331 W. 6th Oscar L. Tolbert, Columbus, r "Failure to recognize the Negro as a historical figure has left <
'"'., 2) and Carolyn Payton, Ga., 22 and Ann Whitaker, 245 a significant portion of the young people In our population witha
8852 Grant Rd., M. E. 28th St., 17. very serious lack of a history they can identify with,'said -

Professor Henry F. Graff professor of history at Columbia
Willie L. fl thwood, 1011 David M. Shields 2736 LipplaRd. University, when speaking out recently concerning: the need fort
Grunthal St., 24 and Virginia 39 and Wonnle D.Newklrk, more representative history of America which reveals more I
H. Jones, 1453 Evergreen., 3048 Moncrlef Rd. W., 33.Jlminie ef the contributions of the American Negro to American culture.
23. Because of his Interest over
1.. Earven, Baldwin, I ( the past few years and because .past no present and no rute'"
Woodrow J. Hilton, 824 Whit- Fla., 35 and Eva L. Scott, of his delving into the areas Vuite authors seem to have'

lock A..., 28 and Annie K.mae.. Baldwin, Fla., 25. /PPI\ .of Negro history, Dr. Graft has ignored them, some say In.
121 WhltlockAve.Z8. written,a book "The Free and tentionally, preferring to begin
Andrew Davis Trenton Fla. with accounts of slavery and
.The Brave" a book which .Is
Marvin H. Shepard 728 Baker 24 and Annie M. BracSle.IOS8 fast becoming one of the most the Civil War.
Are, 52 and Sarah E. Alex- Mt. Herman St., 1$. wide Ir-lISec1 history textbooks "The Free and The Brave"

coder. 1407 Jefferson St.. 47. for the seventh, eight and ninth carries nearly a full column'of
Walter L. Harvey,2622 Boulevard grades. entries under the heading t

Apt. 2, 40 and Louise Only recently a congressional "Negroes. Many facts
CalendarEvents Stevens 2152 W. 17th St., 30. .& t71t-\1 subcommittee charged that included are small but extreme
: ly Important. Dr. Graff said,
Lewis ParrlstC; 1632 CampusSt. standard textbooks make little "Students will be astonished
., 71 and Eloise S. Wright, mention of the Negro's role in fo learn that there were more
1532 Campus St., 63. JT7 kEJA the country's development. than 20 Negro Congressional
spit James Baldwin the noted
? .Medal of Honor winners the
J
SummitSt. author, says that Negro children-
2533
Roosevelt Cant, '
w Civil
War
Northwestern. Junior HighScbool' ., 21 and Evelyn 0. Jones; grow up with "a feelin of no ;
executive board of the -
7025 Lute St., 21. o
PTA met September 24 at '7:30
p.m. The Initial meeting will Herman M. Gl111ami 1169 W.
be today, September 28, In the 31st St., 26 M. Lawrence Does CocaCola
cafetorlum. Mrs. Essie Flnnejr 726 W. State St, 37.

is president. Clarence Kemp.\ 2531 PetuniaSt. have the taste

., 25 and Jacquelyn E. Smith,

Rosh Hashonah services were 1847 W/llth, 21. you never get tired of?

held Sunday, September: 22,by; 'Ernest R. Donalds,715 Ford
Bishop>> Dothan Faulk. The Day Ln, 26 and Connie S. Harris,
of Atonement will be October 713 Ford La., 19. Is it always refreshing?
1 at 7:30. The Feast of Harvest Robert J. Stanford. 1732 JJ-

will begin at sunset October 6 Wright Ave., 19 and Theresa ;
and will observed each night G. Chatmon, 2035 Curry Lane,

through services October will be October 14. Special and 19. Shown above are participants In the crowning "Miss Raines White, being crowned by Dr. Robinson, principal; Miss'CandraEdwards. Do things go better
Rifle" on September 18 In the parking area of the schooL Captain Threadcraft
"Miss Drill Team, and M.H. ,
.
October 15. The church Is
Jasper Calvin From left to "Miss with Coke
presided.
right they are: commandant. Bob Smith Photo ,
.located two and one-half block flak er-Brossard Sweetheart," Ida Ross; "Miss flames Rifle of 1969", Teatheal '
west of Moncrlef Road between
Brooklyn and Xavier. Mrs. B. Urban League Isaiah Blocker after Coke after Coke?
Brown Is reporter. t r r'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'1 _, '* .....--.

.1. EDUCATIONAL ROUNDUP I Announces.LocalDirectory School Sponsors
A.A ,
.5opSMM rM.Niow, lll/ww/e.'
Community AME Church's. S BY NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL S BookletThe l Adult ClassesClasses ." !.-/UVrIOIM"' s.--.'--.k.tM..lf1.

Missionary Society will celebrate Jacksonville Urban in Adult Basle Education -
1c* 1Avf
NIKON: APPEASES DIXIE schools filed
local was
public offered at
the 48th anniversary League Clawl Brown, executive are now being
INDIANAPOLIS (NPI) here recently on behalf of W:
September 29 at 11 a.m. Rev.N. d rector is compiling: a Isaiah Btocker Elementary
McCray Is pastor. Mrs. A. GOPPresldenUalcandldate complaining parents. The anltiflied d rectory uf orgMlutloM udis School 2315 DAVIS Street.
Richard M.Nixon recently mad4 la U.S. District Courtat
B. Houston .Is president. Mrs. urging all txlal and lvtc Courses are being offered la
what regarded as a pitch San Antonio the Mexican ,
was
Louis .Baker Is Nelson will by groups, clubs, sororities, Language Arithmetic Science S
speak. P for Deep South votes when he American Legal. Defense and fraternities, to regisier.Idormt'm and Social,Studies.
declared la a speech that Education Fund, seeks to end can be mallet, In addition to regular .
federal funds should not be what It termed' "rigid grouping telephoned or taken to the Urban classes, there are educationalfield
withheld from school systemsthat of pupils" by ability and use
The Friendly West lid. Lugitt office The League is trips and movies.
refuse to deugregatethetr of interior equipment for Pearl Street. dates and Urn
Ushers' Union will hm Its located at 829 Registration
classrooms. He said that although schools attended Mexican
by
.revival hour Sunday at 2.45 The phone numi-ir. Is 318-3)18 are u follows: Tuesday and
be the
In the Union Communion AME firmly supports students. The orgailMtloQ 'is asking 1mml'ite Thursday from 8:00-8:00: p.m.The .
1954 U.S. Suprme CourJ in la order that Instructors wren Mrs. M.
Couth. Rev. Nathaniel McCray response
A December has been tecratioodttllloabtd1llcr... RETURN TO XAVIER
Mamie wedding the brochire: mal be competedla : A. Godwin, Mrs. C. Gutlatt,
Is pastor. Mrs. Starling
planned for Miss Richie Grace with methods used by the NEW ORLEANS (NPQ) -
record time. and Mrs. E. Alexander
Is Distress of ceremonies.Mr. Brossard daughter of Mrs.. Federal Government in enforcing Anthony M. RachaL Jr., 41,

rbllllp Alback .Is president. Sylvester L. Brossard and Mr. it, including the withholding Special Assistant Equal Employment ..r..ww -. ----,---aww tr tr rheas rr,,
Richard Brossard, and of Mr. of funds. Opportunity, U.s. 1
ladies Of leisure Adam Fluker, son of Mrs. Ella Civil Service Commission, and You know it. It's your best

Fluker and of,. the late Adam $$82.382 LIBRARY GRANT a graduate of Xavier University L ..4....
Will Honors Fbker.Mlss NEW YORK -'(NPQ -- A returned to his alma mater to refreshmentbuy.

Broftard's parents, aanonnced $IZSU, federal grant provide serve as executive presi _
the for the continued developmentof Before federal 'StnflctIAIY .
Founding AI Meet engagement recently. dent. entering ? .
a comprehensive cultural service Rachel formerly ..
The Ladles of Leisure Social Miss Brossard Is a graduate program at (the Countee Cullen served on the staff at Xavier, _
and Savings Club will celebratethe of the Stanton Senior High School Library in Harlem was announced during which time be was la- HIS .
17th anniversary Monday and is also a graduate of recently, tt was the stremeotal opening up .. C z; Cote
night October 21, at 8 p.m., at Bethune-Cookmaa Collep. Mr.Fluker fifth such annual grant to the Southern and Southwest College UIllniliPSIUIIIC .. mammmmBWMiinderihfcuihptygU
the Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist .is presently a studentat library, which Is one of the 85 placement associations to
Church, Fourth and Myrtle Florida Junior College,Jack. branches comprising the New Negro officials. He writhe first *CM CottConv!.,ty'Jacksonville Bottling Co
Avenue. Various clubs of the sonville. York Public Library system. Negro admitted to the Southern
city have been Invited. Mrs. College Placement Association. r CWME
Mauls L. King Is prell tDt. I West Jacksonville Unit SCHOOL REOPENS

Mrs. Vera Slplln .Is recording ARCH -NPI-Despite) UNMET
secretary. an earlier walkout by 70 white 'f ;,
Plans October Meet students who had balked at DOES AIR POLLUTION aaaPAIMPIIELIYERT: :: :

lily While lodge The West Jacksonville Association meeting with Black students to IRRITATE YOUR SKIN?

for a Better Community discuss: school problems, Argo .
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01 r M "
Plans Fall Tea Inc, founded by Robert .C. Community t High School reopened rt.J: ::'tow 1..M .dl pin '':
....,........e.Mtd..IMI M.N tal
Williams will hold a mass as scheduled recently _.4 .... _. _II 1, .NUq MuIM Uric urn I
._......, ....
October 13'lbe meeting on October > at 7.33 Meanwhile, efforts were being ...I/c..M.."...1"IAN... tMMiM.. U''-,' 1..
in the auditorium of the Independent continued to resolve the complaints 'A' ..M...... N CM>'..>... A. Mat: T0. 8PMSIT. : .
Lily White Lodge No. 173 CMKIt !< MIMU It
Life lasirasc of the Black students il escOtu"pcake( MUM ii i't
will hold the Fall Tea on October Company. who had protested discrimination vttic.t.4 c.... CMUIIIRI IM fullftcial
13 at 1507 Kings Road, .t'.M tk I'tiMiwutl mtniflncMiniH AXI SIXBAY1IAM .CiIl
and called for Black
Presidents officers and Hit Viit4 SUWt nun- "
members 1y
.._ ..... ........,
from 4 to 8 p.m. AU lodges of citizens groups, social homecoming queen and three III .".".MM,... .....'".. lie 1II""PlC.|.....Ir .11' th she
Invited. Mrs. Rosa Summers ...,...... .. _
.
are and fraternal organisations,and Black representatives on the Cf MM4. .kf..Ik* : 10 3PM: i
Is MlssShlrley UMoi >< *! pMMlfet M UM IMF'
president. :
business and civic setups, of sls-mcmber! eheerleading eul- utut IOMI M* iM4 i
Suit Is. rice president. Ml* Hf IfefW. tHHtt. MtWd =
all races are Invited to attend. squad. ', INM.tit.) ...
Plans will be carried forward tMt ln.lw.il....-II....... KM UMW4 ri .....
Mrs. Bryant for the advancement: of poor SUIT CHARGES BIAS r*41.I.tvtl.(WKOrlM....U.1 klKkMMl.MV Wkf MMtkuif If IIr: BOB SMITH
people. NEW BHAUNFELS. Tex. rtfou.UMt iin.. mtui".aiuciC
TeaThe The orpDID OQ has several (NPT) A suit seeking a permanent -
Host
Will important alms, namely: To injunction to prevent GET HEAD-TO-TOC '

home of Mr s.Lilly Bryant establish a line of communication alleged racial bias against wttk*5. PROTECTION!' ... M4ICMIM N FASHION STUDIO j'i t
between races: in orderto Mexican-American pupils in :cm'L
2702 Lewis will be the scene pale It k of a tea Sunday for the benefit better relations; to develop .a4 will.lPollliOi tt tMt. limn Mere tilt. .sitM.u.."'> of Women's Day at the Primitive a program for action in near Miss Barbara Terry I "Will,ro tUCCItf W n .ks I IMf.InsiM k*.pow'. fUMII 2422 N. Kiltie In 111-32110
'riots and other
Baptist Church. Mrs. Alveres emergencies; ...M*Slu 4 Gel e.elga l
to develop means for initiating !
will be hostess. Mrs. Ester Plans Marriage
McPherson will be chairman. a vigorous citizens self-help! I
Mrs. Wattle BoltOGlleo-dWr. program in all neighborhoodsand For DecemberDELRAY
man. Rev. H. Robinson .Is to help make Jacksonvillethe '
putcr.PALATKA. bold, new city envisionedby BEACH Mrs. HELP ELECT AN EXPERIENCED DEMOCRATI
consolidation.
LUlle M. Terry has announced

the engagement of her daughter,
Sunday Symposium. Miss Barbara Jean Terry, to e II
Mr. Joel Vaughn Mathls, son LYNWOODROBERTS
Will Be Held of Mr.and Mrs.William Maws,


At SpringThe Sr.St.. Vincent Ferrer Catholic
Day
NEWSRulers Church, Delray Beach", will be !'
Busines and Professional the scene of the October 12 -

Women's Committee of the nuptial mass. '
Travel Union St. James District will Miss Terry .is a graduate of TOCONSOLIDATED -'- "*

present a symposium Sunday, the caner High School and ofFAMU.

Put Exalted Rulers of No. 29 September 29, 'at 3 p.m., In Mr.Mathls is a graduate CITY COUNCIL -. '
motored to Jasper Sunday .the dining area of Day Spr -h.Baptist of New Stanton High and of

September 22, for the first Church.: FAMU.
meeting since the grand IdOgf Appearing on program will be m ON OCTOKR is? Bt! .'

in Mrs. Janle Johnson, Clausal ,
cession In Hew York August Friend ,
Support a Who Has Protected Welfare Programs "
the Brown, executive director of
Among those making tripto 'Tennessee State
Your Dim Commissioner
u County Budget
C.L
Mrs.
Jasper were Preston Roth, the Urban League a feminine
.r' feeingTo
J.C.: Williams Mrs. Sarah Rice.
trustee Gsrvln,of Daughter the council MaUli Miss Geneva Tuber JamesRichardson Receives J44U10 1 LYNWOOD ROBERTS Went To Tallahassee to Battle for go with your girlish moods, the smell-heeled
More for Duval Medical Center
Steams Daughter Ruler Pearl Charles Wilkerson NASHVILLE-(NPf)-A $441, Money stripper shows more you with skinny strip here
Fells and Loyal Daughter RulerA. and RCT. and Mrs. -. '.Smith. to aid and there. Black leather with circle toe.
410 grant, designed upper
Pledges Full Co-operation in Building Better School Program for All Duval Children
Harris.. students deficient in Fresh_young QualiCraCt look, priced just 7.99

Off Vacation Jolly SS Club Plans mathematics at Tennessee State FOR CAREFUL SPENDING OF OUR TAX MONEY UNDER CONSOLIDATED GOVERNMENT
made to
University has been

Mrs. Lillian Msseke. 1822 Suiday Aiiiversary* the university* Foundation.by the NationalSelene The grant Tell You Friends About.,. : dlah./

,Ocean, spent the month of The Jolly B8 Club will will finance a computer hook-up
August la Mew York City In ',celebrate the sixteenth anniversary with Stanford University is Palo
Canada and'in other northern Sunday, September 29, In Alto. Calif., and will enable : LYNWOOD ROBERTS ;: .
cities, visiting relatives and Prince Hall, 913 Jefferson'lb.lJID1y.rlUJ Tennessee students to work outmathcmatlcalproblemsvia 228 HOGAN STREET
friends. .is at S p.m. 1bt lincrit hit filitieil Adv.I ;. GATEWAY CENTER REGENCY SQUAREIN .
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1'1' Pleasant Grove Baptist Will Host Primitive Baptist Church Union I



I Many Prominent Leaders Will -

Concerned CHURCH NEWS

Attend Convention As Gusts t. .
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with the Pleasant Grove Primitive Baptist Church from September :'} f.ELCvfMcEMn pastor. Location: Third and Franklin
25 to 29. Rev. Earl Rollins Is pastor. This win be the fifth J; t: :{;. 1 1t! t Street. School, begin at 9:30 with Mrs. Blrtha Grlffen

Sunday Union for the ministers,' deacons and laymen. P ,. anTteacherTta The missionary board will have chargeof
The theme of the meeting will ..Phillip Alback. Mrs Inn ; ;1Jt. 'j., ', / .: ( : the morning servlcfand the eel sernce.The char
be "We Are Marching To Zion." Harris will sing. Rev J.M. :.4: PM i."...('.4''."".' II'..,' ". will give a program at 3 p.m".with Laura Haynes In
On the-opening night, Rev. J.. Dixon will deliver the educational 1 f s \ ,:, Mrs. Sarah Coley will be In charge of the missionary program
B. Bradham win deliver the sermon. Mt. Olive's lady ,1 !J. ; : ; Mrs. Eva Mae Gilbert is secretary.
sermon. Other participants ushers will participate. The "
be Deacon Namon Anderson, Mt. Olive Gospel Chorus will TABERNACLE BAPTIST
Deacon Blrnet Gett, Mrs. Su- sing. Sunday School begins at 9:30: with Superintendent Hessle Solomon
wanee Wilson, Mrs. Edith Deacon William Hunter will In chargE: The lesson will be reviewed by L.V. Jones of Class
Baker, Mrs. Lucille Johnson, preside over the Sunday School J. Rev W.E. Young, pastor, will speak in the morning.No .
Deacon Sallet and Deacon R. Mrs. A.M. Frailer will reviewthe will follow the morning service. All youth choirs and
Rosier. The service begins at lesson. Mrs. Trellis Mur- Usher Board No2 will serve. The Teachers' meeting Is
7.45. ray will make financial reports. Wednesday at 6:45.: All youth choirs rehearse Wednesday
On Thursday a panel discus- In the Sunday morning service afternoon at 5:30. Prayer meeting will be at 730. BTU U every
sion will be featured. Participants Rev. Haywood Robinson, Union Sunday afternoon at 6 p.m. The Men's Day services will close
will be Frank Thomas, president, win speak. The Sunday. A visiting church from Georgia will be present. U.Y.
Mrs. Bessie Johnson, Mrs. Friendship Baptist Chojr will Jones Is chairman for the day. Rev. Westbrooks of Caro, Co.,
Ellen Jones, Mrs. Bessie Hall, sing. Ushers will CoM( from will speak.
Mrs Mary Robinson, Mrs. Mt. Olive, and from Friendship.
Ester Mc Pherson, Mrs., Deacons will represent the COLOGS1ANS BAPTIST
Dorothy Harris, Mrs. Charity same church at devotions. Rev Location: 1154 West 31st Street. Sunday School begins at 1:30:
Thomas, Mrs. Jennie Richardson E. Rollins will read the Scriptures with the' superintendent and teachers in charge! The morning
Deacon William Hunter, and the hymn. worship begins at 11 a.m., the evening service Is at 6 p.m. Rev.
Isaiah Ellis and David Harvey. Highlights of the National R.J. Crawford will deliver both sermons. Choir No. 1 and Usher
Deacon Eugene Mathews will Baptist Convention will be given Board No.1 will serve. Prayer service will be Tuesday at 7.30
read the Bible lesson. The by Mrs. E.F. Alback, Deacon p.m. Choir No. 1 will rehearse Tuesday at 6 p.m.
Macedonia Baptist Choir will N. Anderson, Deacon E. Mathews -. q F
sing. Devotions will be led) and Rev Dixon. BETHLEHEM BAPTIST
'I the Ml Sinai and Mt. Olive A deacon's solo contest will Rev. W.L. Williams;pastor Location: 1615 Madison Street
Baptist Churches' representatives. be sponsored in the afternoon, Sunday School begins at ':30 with Deacon Eugene Sawyer,
Ushers will coma from at %:30. Parlticlpants will come Above arTsbown esecutive' officers of ibe Concerned Citizens Willie L Jones, Willie Haywood, James M. Harpold; Roy Mrs. LUlle Webbert and Mrs. Sadie Fedd In charge. The
the Mt. Sinai and the Pleasant from all churches. Judges will of East Jacksonville and Springfield who are working on a Dawklns, Lewis I. Carter, m, second from right, Executive morning service begins at 11 a.m. BTU begins at S p.m. The
Grove Churches.A be Mrs G.F. Best, Mrs. T.B. program to "Insure full citizen participation in the affairs of Director, and Mildred Christopher, executive secretary.their evening service begins at 6 p.m. Junior workers will serve
unique panel will be spon- Murray and Deacon Harvey community." Staff members shown In this picture ares Bob Smith Photo
sored Friday night, September Mrs. McPherson and Deacon MACEDONIA BAPTIST
27. The topic will be "Christ- Anderson will nuke financial Concerned Citizens Inc. Location: 3333 Franklin Street. Services begin with the Sunday
lane Properly Dressed for reports SCLC HoldsWisconsin School at 9:30, with Superintendent Tyrone Merchant and staff
Church." Participants will be The East Florida Associationwill fc In charge. The lesson review will be given by an appointee.
Mrs Beatrice Davis, Mrs. meet November 19 to 24. Piers Continuing PrefriMS Consecration and devotional services will begin at 10:45: with
Sylvia Dixon, Mrs. Janle The next Union meeting will Deacon James Melton and associates In charge. Choirs No. t
PostelL Mrs. tattle Bolton, be at Mt. Sinai Primitive, December Meet A new organisation has come into existence for the "coordina and 4 will sing, with James Kitchen as director. Usher Board
,Mrs. Celia Lee, Mrs. Nellie '26 to 29. Mrs. A.M. tion of the social, economic and political Interests of the community No. t will serve. The sermon will be delivered by Rev William
'Ughtner, Mrs. AUlne Vance, Frazier Is chairman of pro- GREEN' LAKE, Wls. More than 150 Negro ministers from ." This orgy lrailcm .is known as the Concerned Citizens Barker, associate minister of the church. The Christian Aid
Mrs. Willie Mae, Jones and of East Jacksonville and Springfield and has as Its Executive 1.30. Choir No. 4 will
grams. IS large cities are meeting with leaders of churches: and the Society will bold Us anniversary at : sing.
------ Southern Christian Leadership Conference $Cl ) at the American Director Lewis J. Carter m. Rev. Parker will preach. The BTPU boor begins at S:30 with
Baptist Assembly here this week. Concerned Citizens ls a corporation In Insuring decent housing for Mrs. M L. Polite supervising. The evening worship begins at
HOUSE of It 1s the second nationwide Martin Luther Jr. non-prutlt In nature. East Side cltltens. We realize 630. A program will be given by choirs No. 2 and 4. Prayer
to Dr. King
meeting of the year for the addressed the first For scarcely more than four that! many things we do will not meeting It Tuesday at 730.: Bible study Is also featured. On
e/t4. Ministers Leadership TrainIng (who last months has been dealing with be popular but we also realize Wednesday 6 p.m. Choirs No. land No. a rehearse. On Friday
a assembly of the group broad-based community action that any attempt to create night the Usher Board No. 1 meets. Mrs. Bessie Merchant U
Program, program
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February Rogers,
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a board and creative Involvement ,
through change reporter
SCLC programs
organised and directed by Jr. a member of the SCLC
composed of Jaxons, beaded by of the poor In their own
and funded by the FordFOUDda-
Executive Staff who Is directing
FUNERALHOWIE tion. Chairman! Willie McLaughlin.Lewis affairs will bring this kind of ST. PAUL BAPTIST
the MIDllteraLuder..lp
Ten ministers from each of Training Program; and SCLC Carter, Q, executive reaction. We are prepared Pastor, Rev. Edward E. Taylor Location: flU Winton Drive
the IS cities are being trained and other specialists on urban director, has been Involved In for It." Sunday services begin with the Sunday School at 1;30. Super
u leaders of their communities matters, Including poverty, many community relations Intendent Edward Jefferson will be In charge, assisted by the
Individual Service with emphasis on black employment, housing, government -, capacities la the city, the Stateof Witter Smith Will lift The morning worship begins at 10:45: with Deacons Dorsey
\ people's needs la the trban politics and religion Florida and most recentlyIn E. Parson and Braiton Love In charge of devotions. Youth
1 AVAILABLE TO. EVERYONEREGARDLESS society. After the meetings last the CRS office of the United Speak Sunday ushers and youth choir members will assemble at 1.04510;
+ la the weeklong sessions February the ministers States Department of Justice, the Prayer Room for consecration. The BTU begins at 1:450:
OF
which started Munday, the returned borne to begin organ- Washington. Carter was also Morning At Moriah Devotional leaders wU be Deacons Dewird Sheppard and Hubert
FINANCIAL CONDITION ministers will hear distinguish- lag local development an unsuccessful candidate for West An appointee will speak for the youth service. Prayer
1 ed leaders and experts on urban programs. At Green Lake this the Florida State House of Representatives. Walter Smith member of )It. meeting will be Tuesday night at 7 p,ra. The teachers' netting
.# affairs, and engage la Intensive, week, they are' bringing Moriah Church, will be honored' will be at I p.m. Plans are being made for Dual Day U November.
LADY .ATTENDANTS'
: discussions OB developing local: progress reports and consider* Carter, speaking of the new Sunday by the missionaries, Mrs Majrbelle.Taylor will be chairman.
STAFF ORGANIST leadership and programs for the log ways to Improve expand' organisation said "We striveto He will also speak In the morn-
1 AIR CONDITIONED black commjnlty. the activities begun with the aid relate to other agencies and lag service The kickoff SECOND BAPTIST
j- BURIAL SHIPPING Major speakers Includji Rev of the SCLC program.The organisations to the area, but program for Women's Day will Pastor! Rev J.C. Semi Location: 954 Kings Road. Baptism
Dr. Ralph David Abernathy, ministers are from we make U clear that we won'tcondone be Sunday night at 7pm. will be Tuesday, October lL at 7 p.m. Rev, J.C. Sims minister,
jJ CKKMATION SCLC President and successor Atlanta Baltimore Birmingham Interference lacer Women's Day win be October will administer the rites. The monthly business meeting will be
CALL DAY OR NICHTIbQXSU Chicago, Cleveland, efforts to promote positive Sunday held at 1.30: with the pastor presiding. Services for Sunday,.
PALMER'S Detroit, Houston, Los Angeles, social change for our citiaens.In School will begin at September It, will begin with the Sunday School at 9.30. The
our first new months we have 930. Mrs. Albert Reed will lesson will
Memphis New York, Newark be reviewed by Rev. Hall, assistant pastor. He will
"SKIN SUCCESS" Philadelphia, st. Louis, Su become dramatically Involved vice la the missionary ..r- deliver sermons for the major worship boors. Consecration for
S OINTMENT Francisco and Washington In the East Side and Brentwood HolUs Fetton will sing. the deacons, deaconesses, ushers and for the choir will be at
School situations, police community Miss Christie Alexander will 10:43. The morning worship begins at 11 o'clock. The Training
en rent sums any MM mnClMM
'-S) Kg .MHITIM)M KttMt W KMHua relations, the voter reader aa Instrumental solo. Union will be held at 8.45. The evening worship begins at 1 pjovWeekly
) "B" .w lUll nwM i wn u. MIM registration drive and la the Uander Roswell will lead the activities Include the Prayer of Faith Hoar at
4815 Ml Tuesday
u* rut lui MI MUB Yeawrut'slw I of alms
establishing priority congregation la singing 7 : The
p.m Sunday School officers and Teachers Council will
i ARNEI1 P ROGERS D "- wN "utcUr- MMrr.$eehel 41.Bh. : be Friday at 7 p.m.
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Yelp W l'.MS' .r.N w sow. Alabama Sheriff Will Speak
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L MMHW nkwlix tk> a. MHO CHURCH OF CHRIST WRITTEN IN HEAVEN
l .*.. taM fliecur,.. ...>MnuM tnnt.,ky*M NLMU1UN MIM ... iCI For Mt. Zioi A.M.E. Banquet Elder Thomas Brown, pastor. Location: 1430 Kings Road.
timil nkd tm. HM *ii* ( IMIM Sunday School begins at 10 a.m. with Superintendent Emma
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MCIM WHt.Wl
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Di Citkilics Muslin Miry I CMMM Mt Zion AME Church 101 East Deaver Street Rev. CharlesE. WcQt dOD In charge Deacon L.C. Franklin Is adult Uacher.
I cLCLr \ MIRMIMU Toston pastor, has released aa agenda for a list of affairs The morning service begins at It noon. Altar prayer opens
Di Tltj Pray Ti Status TTmt | UMTNiCU 'leading to and concluding with the. annual Women's Day of the service Choirs No. I will serve Usher Board No. t, led
.. recant Sill "un OUT See f j bias November 10. by Deacon Franklin, will serve The new will meet. Mrs.

i.. : ,lit t 1 Is CiifessluTEn til HUD-TO101, rROKCIIOMt fileuoas I la & r6el! Co. The Family Dinner Day will at the Fall Banquet at JacksonvUle Ladle Council Is president Evening services begin at ,:SO.

.w.: 6Ylte'U......''l.Y.... n sow; all ....... A... 144111 be October 6. On October 27 Motor Lodge Reservations The church's Prayer Band meets In the Upper Room on Toes-
l Cu We Sit Hi Cirmt Mniiif b.s eu'--" ....M._.....5I_.1,11,....MN... Dun! lei I flet J U.; a new feature,the StayatHomeTea can be made through celebration days Mrs. Ann West Is president The lesson will be discussed
taws HAM .: i Hit Of Til Til BilliT &0, ':30 p.m., will feature the church office. lights of the lesson. Questions may be asked Mrs. Eva Hicks
recital: by the Grant Memorial Mrs Ophelia F. Talon Is Is president Tarry services are Thursday night at 1p.m.
AME Church. A special project chairman. Mrs. Kassle Kemp Friday night the senior choir will meet with Professor A.N.
Ill An This Si Miiy liliiiiis will be sponsored onSeptember Is co-chairman Mrs.Josephine Green u Instructor at 1.30. Nrs. E. Brown is president The
: 23 at the home of Mrs.Griswold. Gohagen Is also a co-chairman board meeting Is Tuesday at the church at '.30. The pastor's
On October 13 Dr. Werner F. and Mrs. Bernice Griffin Is anniversary begins September 30 and cods October 7. Mrs.
'r Fill Oil Til Strlebeck will speak la the Interest secretary. Mn. E.L BrookeD Rosa Middleton. church reporter

of Women's Day la the Is reporter.Dr. .
Ti Tint M Ptltf lustlns. morning service Strlebeck a native of EMANUEL BAPTIST
Sheriff Luclous Amerson of Germany, Is a member of the Prayer meeting and teachers' meeting are held on Tuesday
I Moena County, Ala., will be the faculty at Jacksonville University. night with the assistant and officers charge. Choir No. t will
guest speaker on October 21 rehearse at t p.m. on Wednesday The Thursday INFORMATIONCLASSES service will be held at the church. Usher Board No. 1 will meet
7liJ Apostolic Church Will Florldi ME's at I p.m. The children's choir will rehears at 4.30 p.m, Sunday
School begins at 930. Mrs. Mamie Fields and Deacon George
I i. TOy Host lianas Hwlwg Merge Nepjo Smith will be In charge The lesson will be reviewed by aa

_.- A MtrKMUl ADO The Apostolic Shllob Holiness appointee. 'IbImll1l1nlworlhip begins at 11.,..with the Junior
: TfltfMOMI CALL W SMOWOH Church 2202 Thomas deacons serving. Preaching will be at soon ne BTU begins at
I y Learn About will hold the fifth Sunday Court meetIng White, UlltsDAYTO.'f 9 p.m. with Deacon James Phillips presiding The evening
I mAl ISSUltDo" at the church. worship begins: at_630. The j Junior choir, the children's choir
Catholic BEACH Racial and tilt junior usherboardwUl
The Religion
serre.Youth pay win be observed
Elder HattIe Williams Is
Integration within the Methodist Sunday,)Irs. Loretta Rollins
you have Questions about' the' b'ig-;. pastor. The speaker In the. Church of Florida became a musician.
Ml CUT HI IILIfiATIIir: Best crisis our nation has ever morning service: will be Rev reality last week when, by a MT SALEM BAPTIST
.S faced the' UN. Williams The deacons vote of 71 to 15 of the Negro Rev. W.Q. Rogers, pastor. Location: UI1 West Z2nd Street
racial crisis? will be in charge. Dinner will delegates, merger wasapproved. Services will begin with t the Sunday School at 930. Mrs. met
I EVERY MONDAY EVENING AT 7:30 AT Do you have suggestions you'd like be served following the mornIng This historic decision Scott, assistant superintendent, will be In charge. The lesson
0' 'to make to the Black and the White service. A program will be. ww reached at Bethnna- will be reviewed by Deacon Norman C. Troy. Devotions begin
leadership about how to solve it? sponsored at 3 p.m. Tuesday Cookman College in Daytona at 11 a.m. with Deacons Troy and Green In charge. Evangelist
ST. PIUS SCHOOL HALL Do want to" night will be Tarry Night The Beach. Bloneva Williams will speak. At 5 p.m. a program will be
you beat what other Bible class Is Thetaty. presented. These affairs
taught on The Negro conference has lead to Women's Day on October 27.
IUD V. 13tl St. ordinary citizens ask peopleljohn about 9,500 members and abort: Prayer meeting Is Tuesday night The choirs rehearse ou
Lindsay and Stokely Carmichael and St. James Missionary 70 congregations Bishop James Wednesday The church conference Is Thursday night Mrs. C.
i. what sort of answers they come W. Henley,lakeland,expressed Sampson is reporter.
up% 'Association Planned Joy at the results and said,
Stirtiii li Mislay, Oct 7tl with? Make yourself heard and hear it "I know people of both confer- GOOD SHEPHERD BAPTIST

allan NIGHT CALL, the- new, nationwide For Fernmdifia 'ences will rejoice at the news **!. Alex Garvln, pastor. Location: 2tta and Pearce Streets.

telephone, 11-1 show The Union St James Missionary -. of the merger." Sunday School begins at 9:45. The morning worship begins at
It'1Ir list liiiTiiiil,, listnctiiis Ors 11:3 PII.I' Baptists Association will This culminated efforts of the 11 a.m. The deacons will have charge of the prayer service.
: I 11:30A.N.: Rev. :
: Gary
r WRH C be held at FtrMDptidChhach,- memberships over a period o! will Oliver the ermon-'BTUUginVat 6 The
Cn ,Hit Attiit li Miiliy EiniifsNnsi Monday Urn,. FrUiy Fernandlaa Beach Fla., from four years. Formal ceremonies lesson will be taught by ({he president,Deacon Joe out The
October 9 through October 13. will cement the ties next June evening worship beglDa,:=p.m.Rev.W.M.Morris will speak.
Cal i Collect} t 212-749-3311; 3 Rev. Randy Heseklah Is t tputor. at a conference in LI.ke1aD4. Prayer meeting is Tuesday night Bible dub Is also feabared.
The'Uulte4l4ethodlst Church Rev. CJ. YaWns Is la the white Florida conference The choir will meet Wednesday sight at 5 p.m. for rehearsal
.: till FR. ElVIIB. At 354-1501 Released in cooperation with the moderator. Mrs. Claude 1.WU- were Methodists and forme Doll Day wil>be celebrated on October 27.s .

;; National Council of Churches llama is president of the Evangelical and United
I Ail 'Itlir Arnifiiiits Cn li Id.L National Catholic Office for Radio-and Television Women's Auxiliary. Brethren Church members.
Florida Council: of Churches '.The theme will be "The Mission There are more than 300,000 Register Yon< Can Vole
and Ministers of the communicants la the area, with
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I Church Union Faces Huge Task Of Reversing- Of Organization In America I




Yeith Set Celebrates Association Day Church Union Conference
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III1H MINUTES3 Mt., Cirnel Baptist ChirchMt j Planned For Day Emphasizes Cooperation I


IV CO.NHIUI' .. ITAM Mil. 1 Springs Baptist ARLINGTON Va. The Consultation on Church Onion has 1.
MIIAN mil toctirr l) Carmel Baptist Church, and Celeta Newklrk. Miss ,bard but not necessarily lone ecumenical road to travel,,
CHecA.o. II.LINOII 606U Rev C.C. Daniels pastor willobserve Sandra Crosby will be the guest Association: Day will be held according to its newly-appointed general secretary.
Tooth Day Sunday reviewer Miss Diane Crosby Sunday at Day Spring Baptist
The Rev Dr. Paul Crow Jr. '
Guests will be present duringthe will sing. Superintendent David Church with the Northern District Bishop James Mathews of
WHO'S TO BLAME? day to assist In making Washington will make remark as host. Services will be in a report to the Consultation'serecutive Boston, Consultation chairman.In .
the day a success Rev. Alvin Jones of Fountain at 11 a.m., I p.m. and 7 p.m. committee meeting addition* to hearing the Initialreport
1lii riitr riat a liii Irked' In dealt and nm blame the I Innocent Evelyn Dukes Is chairman, Chapel AME: Church will speak Dr. Avery, a representative in the Holiday Inn here, Sep from its general
trail ihr Cntlcming paragraph in for "... making il Imntmililr; for the Patricia Cooper, co-ebalr aan. In the morning service Miss of the Southern Baptist Convention tember 18-19 said that church secretary, the committee received
one of our Killing nc* "Pttifrwinniil thktt mlit\, tee hate in link tour on again Leroy Hampton, assistant offering will be taken by LIDdeD In the morning service. Choir on a time factor u it is on several of its commissions
riilc.happt "''11'111'n air mil. In ptmilih-; Iliifl-aml II |I. a nlgma nn secretary. In the Sunday School Mills and Sarah Newklrk.Mm No. 1 will serve. "changing the outlook of our Including the Commission on
"bran fnr mo* auto theft It trw mfr iriiM. Some jinlgii clon't ire II guests teachers will be Brenda Barbara Lamb and Miss. The Northero District wlU host contingencies toward the Worship and the Plan of Union

llia"lttM *rr tic 'HHtm tin the that "II", (sal drat RrailRimismi Huey, Annarell Wade, Patricia Yvonne Hampton will be la the following districts: No. 4, church Commission It also acted on
He indicated that such
.li"lI-h" die cinlrw imiiorl 2:2: Murdaugh Barbara Jackson, charge of the BTPU at 6 p.m. 9, U, 18, 23, 24, 25 and 26, a change retommendatlonefromitaexecutive
mim last ihr liUmr. \\'(HTImil Rut we arc wire that the |iKlgrmni Linda Edwards, WiUle Graham, The evening service al( 7p.m., Willing Workers Club, Deacon of: attitude will require the reversal services and local
hi mr rn ilnniM !.. hirlxil" nf (....1 l. atmnting in truth will be conducted: by.1S.i Debra Board, BTU and Choir No. 4. of the history which has ecumenical: action committees.
)urn think thin Ihnxigli\ : Moor alatntt thins. "'lio commit inch Apostolic Shiloh Cooper. Miss "JDllW'rla will Districts should make their produced the differences now Announcement was made by
than lint tan Ruhr urn flatIhtrMiptimit Ihlll"( "" be mistress of ceremonies; reports.At existing among the various Bishop Mathews of the
the nil km. Inn Ihov Mr mac all Ix- (rueful. ..hn't..hal Holiness CharchCeltkiles Mist Rentta O'Bryant win give ELDER; THOMAS moWN S p.m. the Business and Protestant denominations lathe establishment of: a national
oho" .r.1| them irHHiM' aid lie II wit the trn 1Icr-1t trrllm a reading. Eldre Redding and Elder Thomas Brown, pastor Professional Women's United States. office of the Consultation in
1.lalnt,1Ih... rmmt ......,'" INlibfmil the Imp<4 (.... that caiiK.il. Miss Ton Peterson will sing. 'of: the Church of: Christ Written Committee of the St James Rev. Crow said, "First of an Princeton, N.J.
Annul must learn to deal with each
we
hit mil making il /..,/....* Him In lake .m Him'l( human The offering win be taken by la Heaven and Superintendent Association: will have the pro other and with the dynamics With a total constituency estimated -'
Whfy |,if the thief in Aral hit car!''''1 firtrn ant /""tT for our tint at Cat The fifth Sunday Union of: the Miss Gail Maddrlck and Mist of: the East Coast Diocese: Is gram. Executive Director of of the churches Involved as at more than 25 million

Man bar II.I\' tarn quiet In tart, (....1 cinniil mtTlook. tin.. red Apostolic Church of: God In Barbara Jackson Remarks will celebrating his fourth anniversary the Urban League Clantel T. .well as with. the realities that members, the member
"shift ihr blame |mm fi'miif.m Mr hart the lin'.. Thl, It ""ht He! Christ, BlsbopCoaperfotmderwill be midi by the chairman and as pastor of: the Church Brown, and Mrs. Jannle Jackson they face In their own situations. churches In the Consultation on
atil lit (...1|: -"'* nm rm fault, lit /wM for all nor tin al Cahan.ami be held at the church 2032 co-chairman and by Rev C. cf: Christ Written in Heaven, win speak. Mrs. Madlya ." Church Union are: Afrlckn'Methodist

that iiman vtm fc mr" frah thii.( ..... Il "hv' ire mat' now Benedict Road Sunday, starting C. Daaiels pastor, 1430 Kings Road. Elder Brown Sermon will be chairman. The general secretary Indicated Methodist Episcopal, African
( ): "Ibm'1 litamr me. Thr XTprnlhHtiil In- "|ii.tilnit fnxlv lit Mil "gratr.llihnigh Friday at 5.50 pm, with Is a graduate of: Edward Waters Sunday School begins at 9.30.: three matters of: Importance Episcopal ZIon,
< Irtf.** ami) r\rt 11I11(('. the the mlrmpiinn that II In Evangelist Catherine ColllasIn College and Is now attending Mrs. W.M. "clC.ltoa.F.T.. for the further Christian MethodIst Episcopal,
ilr. .rmhttli tif the hm itHipIr hair (.hri( l jcnin (Rnm. 1:2.1.: ) charge. Guest At Zion the Luther Rice Seminary. Va- Johnson and Mrs. Vermel W. consideration of the Consulta Christian Churches Disciples
INTO ..t. .! Jiifilng, OHMamr.. IV.I lirtr nn the l/inl. Jmn Chrl.: ., Evangelist C. Clark will lead tool churches have been Galrney will serve. The BTU tion's executive body. d Christ), Episcopal. Presbyterian -
Kill n..r ll't piling t n that the amt ihnn "nhall I... ...,"1" (icttletl a songfest Mrs. Rosa Baker, Invited. The services bfctDBept.mbfr win meet at 5:45: with Mrs. First, priority must be given U.s., United parch of

!' mt' iMi-mt and |mnccl She trimMUs ,. will participate.MelvIsJacksan 30 and will end on Gladys Crapps presiding.Group to the actual drafting of an Christ United United Methodist. and
Elder M.Jackson October 7. Deacon L. Franklin 1 will be In charge. Presbyterian.The
will also sing. acceptable onion plan. Work
Minister Will Study White win preach. Is program chairman. Mrs. Group captains are conducting on a plan has already begun executive next meeting committee of: the U

The regular Sabbath School Rosen P. Middleton Is church the evening service. Usher- by a commission appointed by scheduled for Chicago October v
service will be conducted by reporter. Board No. 1 will serve at mora- the executive committee last
I Racism In Many Urisa Area Mrs. Dorothy Cooper. She will lug and evening services.In June. ';'.

teach Class No. 1 and appoint tilt. Super Gospel the evening worship the male There most be an awareness
NtW YORK-A minister whose primary Job win be to deal with teachers for the other classes.: chorus win sug. Rev. C.A. la the churches of: emerging A.M.E. Bishop Will
white racism In the suburbs has Joined the staff of: the United Minister Simpson will speak In Concert Weaver win be moderator opposition to the Consultation
Presbyterian Council on Church.! and Ran at I:SO. The choir will sing U Express throughout the day. and Its efforts. This opposition Speak At Grant
The Rev. Wilbur K. Cot, who they can do about It," began At J.M Evangelist A. Morrison The Super Gospel Express On Tuesday at 6 p.m. Deaconess Is both a sign of: the Consulta
believes that "11 ls Important work recently' on the Council will be speaking.Mrs. presents the Almetto Stare Boards No. 1 and 2 win tion's success: as well as a Memorial Sunday
to try to help suburban peoples staff He Is aa associate to L.C. Cooper will sing quartet of Greenville, S.C. the meet la the educational build- reality that most be faced, he
bow they are part of the the Rev. Dr. Gayraud S. WU- also. The morning message will Swan Sllvertones of: Pittsburgh, inC At 7:30 Prayer meeting noted. At the morning service at
problem of: racism, and what more Jr., chairman of: the be delivered by the pastor or the Swanee Quintet of Augusta, Is btld.On Wednesday the Usher "Those who have anxieties Grant Memorial AME Church
denomination's D I,III oa of aa appointee. Mrs. C. Clark the Soul Stirrers of Chicago, Board No. 2 meets. Mrs. E about u are not oily the 927 Clay Street a bishop bides May Get Church and Race, which. the and Evanglelst Katie Bell Me- and the Soutberoa'res! bt 1U1IiS-: W, MaInor Is reporter.Sweetfeld traditionalists who want to defend the college of: bishops of: the

staff pit of: the Council.Mr. Hair will have charge of: theprogram land Thursday, October 3, at Will Host the status QUO," Dr. Crow .AME Church, will be a guest
First Negro Vicar Cox was pastor of: the for the latter part of: theMt Zion AyECtm.-ch: : ,State said, "but also those who feel speaker, according to Dr A.J.Reddick .

LONDON Rev William Marquette Park Presbyterian fee day Singers LoralM Williams Street, Waycrott, Ga Rt,. It. Union St. JamesThe that radical: steps should betaken pastor. A general
Church, aa all-white congregation and Yvonne Cooper will L. Lambert will be mailer of to bring about a new kind officer U expected to speak at
Makhola.first 33wUbeeeomeLadm'5 'lauul In South Side Chicago from also participate. Bishop M.C.R. BISHOP FREDERICK JORDAN! ceremuiies. On October I the ministers, deacons lay of church. the night services at 6:45.:

month rhea be Negro lii> over St.'Ullip' 1>6S until be accepted Ms aew Cooper Is pastor. Bishop Frederick D. Jordan, "' 2. groups will be at Suites men members of: the auxiliary The real opponents of: churchonion Because of: the unexpected
parishchurch post here. From I960 to IMShe renowned scholar and pulpiteer Park at I p m It BrnuswUk to the t Union St James Association may turn out to be not death of BIshcp EC.Hatc b e r,
la Daltt"Anglican... was pastor of: the Olivet Second Baptist presiding bishop of: the AfricanMethodist L. McDonald, local due Jocke/ will convene at Greater the traditionalists but the presiding bishop of the district,
Presbyterian Church tad a Church California, will be the muter of ceremonies. Sweetfield Baptist Church renewallsts wlto feel that onechurch bishops, high officers and laymen -
member of: the bner City Connell Junior Missionaries West Africa, Mississippi, Thursday through Sunday. Is not really on the will be la the dry for the
Bishop Julia Brown a team ministry U the Louisiana. Tennessee and Kentucky Rev. D,B. Barnes Is host frontier, be said. final rites. Flags of: all AME
Potrero Rill district of San Will Celebrate : will be the guestspeaker Pride Of Maceo pastor. Rev. R.L. Smith 1s president Finally be Doted that the Consultation churches are at half mast. At

Celebrates' Annual Francisco. He had served as Sunday morning September 2J, 1S6 MeetsThe Mrs. Amanda Lark U on Church Union must both major services a memorial
Temple
U Wan la a ghetto area of: The Junior MUalonaryfjoclety at Mt Zion AME Church 201 president of: the women. Guests give evidence la Us own life service will be held In honor
Bishop Julia Brown, leader of: Detroit following his studies, of: the Second Baptist church E. Beaver, where Rev.Charles Pride of: Jh,-.o TempleNo. win be present throughout the that U Is "aware of the of: the late Bishop liatcher.
the Vermel Prayer Band, win .at McCormlcl Theological win celebrate Us anniversary E. Toston Is pastor. Bishop US will meet October a at day. Guest ministers will deliver emerging Issues In American Sunday School till open at 1.30
celebrate ber fourth anniversary Seminary, from which be holds Sunday, Member ZI, at 710 Jordan will be with the many, ,the Elks Home, jig West Dm both sermons. On 'Thursday 1Odtt,." a m. with Superintendent A.V.

at the Distal Coul .a BacheUrof: Divinity degree ,p... other dignitaries present for,JStreot, at, I.p m. Mis Wits, tight the welcome promo Presiding at the two-day Rose U..charp..Chotr "0. i
Armory Sunday night, September "After spending seven years an. Rudolph MeKlsslck, the obsequies for the late Right,t t James Is dater ruler will be gives by members of meeting of: the executive committee and Usher Board No. I. will
II.AlDODI. la primarily Negro congregations pastor of Bethel Baptist Institutional Reverend E.G. Hatcher of the. qj..B B. Williams Is reporter. the church. was United Methodist serve during the di,. I
participants will be ," Mr Coi slid "U will be guest speaker. Florida District Monday at SL
Mrs. Francis Scrlveos Harper, seemed to me the signs were Others appearing on program Paul UtE Chili cia. "
peal soloist, John Gripper saying while people bad to get will be Mrs. luSt SoutherUnd, SIPEIIICIT'SUIT SUNK rCRIEISMOKEDHAMS .
master of ceremonies, HowardJont..lowpb 'out of: that kind of: situation; Deacon George F. Wilson,Mrs Hone Mutual Union
Johnson and Mrs.Tommlcenla that la order io really Cleal.lda Bennetta Simian, Mrs. John SHOP
Owens. white racism we have to know estlne Young Brenda Holy,., Convenes With Sister
typical' white people and work Harris Sisters, Mrs. Ruby A.
St. Paul's Baptist with them Steward Mrs. Puttman Mrs. Welcome Church

"This )Job calls for me to deal L. McRae,Mrs.Clarice Wright. The' Home Mutual Union will
Dual Day with people who need ministry; Mrs. Blanche Raymond U pre convene at Sister Welcome
Plans Big to try to get suburban whitesto Ji Baptist Church la Lake City amMITM .

St. Panes Missionary Baptist partlctpale U the larger tDLNew Bethel' Fla.. Rev. Paul Fountain I.or. 490miIlill
will hold Dual Day Services In community around them" The event Is Saturday }
.November, One of his tasks, be adds.ls September 21,. through Sunday, '
Mrs. Frances G. Tuurston "to try to help white churchmen Will Host September: 2>. The Saturday At u
chalrmia for the women. Miss who want to be Involved, service opens at 10 a.m.
Eddie Lee Morrell co-chair find the right kind of: ..Involvement Annual Conference The Bible lesson will be taught
mail Jimmy Butler 1s chair man for this particular lime. by Rev. McKinley Jefferson. ;::: till CIT

for the men Rev. Edward The day Is gone when whites Hew Bethel .AME Church will TU Missionary Department
58IlllHI
can run Into the ghettos, do at &:10 with president "
Taylor Is pastor be host to the Annual Confer opens CHUCK STEAK .
and then
something 'good run ence. Committee cnalrmen have In charge. Rev. L. Mewsom
Claudia Jones And borne again. been named. James Hawkins will speak. The store that
While la Manjuette Park Mr.
On Sunday the Sunday School
HIM SKI ClIO
will:be la charge of: Implementation
Vir dell Jakes Will Coz helped Initiate the Southwest ,. Mrs. Battle Nesbitt will will open with the superintendent about cI"
Organisation of: Chicago cares
handle Registration. William P. la chain- Rn. Isaiah you SLICED BACON59"
Clergy the first ecumenical Rents la charge. Deacon Smith
Sing In Cannon will be la charge of: the_ -
Concert. body that crossed Protestant-
: Banquet: along WWI NT. So ea. will lead the devotions at 11 !
Romaa Catholic lines U OWDttpbOl'tlood
a.m. Rev. mason win preach.
Clandia Jones and Vlr- Housing will be supervised by
and which becameIke
dell Jakes, well-known Mrs. O.F. Donaldion. Mrs. Mrs. Elnora Sheppard Mrs.
sponsoring aid funding Geneva Wright will be In char p.
musicians will give a concert Queen Proton win bead the
Monday September SO, in the agency for the UnitedSouthwestCommunity program committee. Information Rev. ...... Smith of: Jacksonville HAH : .
main auditorium of: Day Spring'lutd Orpll1 Uari. Be'ene4 will be handled by Mrs. will speak. The Youth OPtCf S !
o.
chairman 01'
the
Church 1059 Jefferson. as Olivia Harris.CourtesybyMrs.L.T. program will begin at 4 p.m., EVAPORATEDMILK .
latter and also was chair-
group win Mrs. Pearce M. Griffin
Street. Alston and Musk by P.
nun of: the board of: directorsfor presiding.IN.
J. Williams and Mrs. E. Bry
a mental health center lathe
J.S. Johnson In ant.
Be community.Bachelor of Arts On Sunday September 29, the MEKOillMu
For pastor will speak from a selected
Hospital Checkup degree from Wesleyan University
theme.Choir
In Mla ttoWD, Conn. His missionary
Eev. U. Johnson, pastor of rite Miriam also 1s a .No S will sing. Other persons 6 Till 89cM
BtStephea'sAME:Church,Fifth graduate of Mccormick;with in the city will appear. Plans
CIIS
and Darts U Ia the Baptist a Master of: Arts degree. They have been made for the AnnualWomen's _
Hospital where be 1s under- Day la October. A
have two children Carolyn S,
Lout a complete physical and Thomas, I. Tbe family win "Little Miss Women's Da)" cg NH1CL'
c.be 1Ip. U.1a Teaneck, U. contest will take place Sunday
j"i
Rev. Isaac Balback will serve afternoon from 4-* and will JrlEtillll1ltil/jli1lftlCJ

la the Interim. President Proclaims feature Derdre Porte.. Tanya J :. : "
:<; .t:::' }:; ':"':' <' >":' ''''' ''Y < '': '\ } '' <''
MaUnry, Patricia Cacao and '% v'v* :v v y
Holsey C.M.L Church Zandra Gilbert These little > OLEO
JaportHce Of Bible 1 I'
contestants will be supported t fZw
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Friday Fete President Lyndoo B. Johnson by four young adults. "

Sponsors Jut wwk officially endorse Budget money for the year .. .": $:' ,.: >> : ... .. t
The Stewardess Board ofBolsty : National Bible Week la a statement will also be accepted.The 2 cms.49C:
Boosters Club will \
CME Church will declariag that the a project Saturday under sponsor :: !
sponsor a walst-llae party on"September Scriptures provide "Tbe best
the direction of Mrs. Selena
ti at the passible galda post for today'
Pollard Tolbert The Sarah McGtnnis j
Mrs Mimrod living.
Mr 1122 and Van Burea. Mrs. Viola The President sent the state- Missionary Society win be lacharge Iff UKl ((11111 1 WTI $5 HKI EXCLIMK CrUICTTJ]
of: the service
Thomas 1s president Mrs. Eva meat to the American Bible morning
Mae Gilbert U secretary. Society and the Laymen's Sunday.Mrs. memory of our beloved KTEKEITST. 59C:
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Marlon
I National Committee, cosponsors Cooper remains husband and father, LlstonH COLD POWER \

Zion Hope Baptist of: the observance, to Duval m critical Medical condition Center. la Other the Burns, who passed this His PIC.Y .
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be held October 20-27, one year ago September ,
Unit Will Celebrate' The' occasion held annoaUy Indisposed members are Mrs. 1987. Life isn't long,a mothers

since 1941, also marked the Emma Teacher f"l Thomas song, love, another smile and ITU SPECIAL! TOUTGRAPES
District n of the Zlos Hope opening of: the Bible Society's Williams. Mrs. Willie Mat then the twilight hour. We miss REF II CILIER IEUCIIIS

Baptist Church will celebrateS Worldwide Bible Beading a Jones was the reporter during you but your lovely smite and
% years of Its existence od month long scriptural Uw month. deep love shall be a perpetual APPLES
'Tuesday October s, at the program. Wallace E. Johnson fnnntflq of comfort tO OS. I

church. Rev. Eddls- Taylor dSt of Memphis Teas., Is national Signed; Wife, Mrs. Catherine
Paul Baptist Charch will chairman tithe interfaith pro- RegisterBooks Boras sons, Llstoa R. Buns, ;
speak Mrs Ida Z. Fowler 1s gram, which Is expected to Jr. and Kenneth Burns; daagh- 4 I tt 590 2 1>J 290 "
president L.J.Moore is leader.Rev. Involve more than 40 million .ter Mrs. Bobby L. Alexander.
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FLORIDA NEWS 'DOING is THE GREAT THIHG. I 0 0

FOP IF RESOLUTE PEOPLE TH {[ TO BE EQUAPIH

DO WHAT IS RIGHT IN TIME .

.Published by the,Florida Stir Publishing! Company THEY.COME TO UKEDOMQ P J P P

"um SELF-HELP : By WHITNEY M. )YOUNG, JR.

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MEMBER SELF-IMPROVEMENT THfrMiTO OF BACK ANll-SEKlTBU
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SELF-DETERMINATION The drive for 'racial solidarity among black people leading:
!to a healthy interest in creating black businesses and Improving
NEGRO P TlONAL COMMUNITY CONTROL !'ghetto schools, but U is also resulting In friction with other,

POWER TO THE POWERLESS ethnic groups. I
tt would to tragic<< it that frlcUOQ w.r.to to misinterpreted. Tbtcurrent
'. controversy about alleged black anti-Semitism la tease
ERIC I. SlMPSOLJANAflNfi EDITOR 'in point

In some cluestbeDlactthreattorseit-0ehtmlmtiamlt, running
IIIIA fiOTEN..CIRCIUTION MANAGER head-on into the entrenched Interests
of some white people
2323 MINCRIEF ROAD Srho happen to be Jewish. But j
This cJoelll'tlDcI1cIt. any anti- 11

PRONE 354.S7I2 MAILING ADDRESS Semitism. Jews who are caught
In such conflict aren't singled I
out because they are Jews i tot .:

,.1. MX SSS JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA Jwcause they are whites whose ;
tnstltutlonsls '
presence: in some ghetto I
resented.
32211 In New York City the failure
',of the educational establish-

5111 MIAMI OFFICE 5010 I.'. 7tk AYE. lineal to provide decent training
tor children ta ghetto schools
bad led to bitter conflicts bee
PRONE 151'3111SUBSCRIPTIONS
tween the black community and the teacher's union. Became so
many teachers are Jewish, this has teen pointed to U aa example f
RATES of anti-Semitism by those who should know better 'it
One Year, $12.00Half Yea $7.00 But the same kind of friction: exists la Boston,where the
Mailed to You Anywhere in the United States schools are controlled by whites who happen to be Irish h both: e
Subscription payable in Advance tuet. the black community Is-fighting to establish own powerand

Send Check or Money Order to: influence-the ethnic makeup of the present establishment
&s incidental. '
FLORIDA STAR P.O. BOX 599 Because: a majority of the teachers dismissed by New York's'
9".4e.vitt. r atneb.t.LET'S a iOceaa-ffif-Brownsvllle school district were Jewish, ugly .
charges of black racism were made. But that embattled school ,
THESE ARE YOURS-USE THEM district still has a white majority on its teaching staff a large 1r
number of whom are Jewish so the charges are obviously false ,a,
Another conflict area is ta business ownership ta toe ghetto
la many cities, Negroes moved into neighborhoods which were:
HELP FAMU MEET THE CHALLENGEThe predominately Jewish. Aa the neighborhoods became black

DRWeekIjTGUIDE ghettos, Jewish storekeepers stayed on. Now many of these1,
report of the Southern Regional Board recommending 1 ,
t experiencing
broader curricula in the predominantly Negro storeKeepers are anti-Semitism ft Is tbbimtunldeslre oil people
colleges came to the notice of the public Just when But this isn't whites who don't live in the community and who take 9
Florida A&M University received a new President, Dr. to replace owned S
In cities thew stores are
out of the ghetto. many
Perry.Dr. :HOROSCOPE ifL ; by profits Italians or other ethnic groups and the same friction Is Kpresent
Perry fortunately served as FAMU' Director of proving that anti-Semitism is not a major factor. -
the Office of Research and Grants. lie now is aware of i 10' J!' ,. .fie It II important, for both Jews and blacks to understand what U g
the many sources of federal grants for many educational ta black communltles -. C
visible signs of white power
The
C
ventures, and he has some notion of what It takes In ,I. By PABLO The ASTROLOGER :', happening.are reseoted nd mis baa nothing to do'jltt tPMOmie'

terms of appropriation and equipment to make these :ri1 i ,makeup of white storeowners, teachers, or policemen. f
special programs move forward. / ..' 1' The ghetto resents this white presence because it baa often I
'In his meeting with the press he acknowledged his .. WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS t: :I.r: frustrated legitimate Negro demands for equality. Jewish
challenge. He Is willing to do all In his power to prevent ." teachers and Irish policemen are welcomed when they teachghetto
the heralded "phrasing out of FAMU. But, he will kids andpetrol ghetto streets.They are resented when they '
need the help of every Negro citizen In creating the FOR don! teach well or when they abuse their powers. Their religion 3
opinion to get the Job done. Bombard your Congress. .and their nationality nave nothing to do with it
man In Tallahassee about what you want. And their color shouldn't either. Black people sometime t
In most of the state Negro colleges' situations, we BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL 1 exploit other blacks u much as white people do. There art blatt'teacbtrl *
hear the many voices of the critics about Inferior quality who crush their student's desiretolear4aod; there are
'of education. Florida Is no expectlon. But how can black doreawnerswhocheslmeircaswmersandmereeseulact,
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FAMU be what It Is capable of being, if It is hamstrung coq who abut their power.1h rI
t with a fence around it? There is a subtle movement HIESIIIH CANCER IIIIA CAPIICIINI cmrwbelDWlC IuJorttr of black people bow th1a. i iey rt 1
underway, It seems to put It outof, business. welcome whites no not to wort with the blot coenamtty and
The law school has been phased out a directive thatno II lei, tun im JOIN SEPT. ,I ISIN'JEC. 'they, aren't' 1etthng'tegttimah'raetalA! am militancy be

j more graduate-programs' van' be' initiated, and the, 211t. AP.IL'Utt') : P lilt 22il 23rl 'ICT. 2411 .i 1\llliIt"-\ ;; ,,pery..ne4 Cpl !r" racism.: -J !...!1-1 ..I.."':'::" L. a
, I Graduate School >to,being phased out, although graduate Be sysumuic.Those who have 22. ht1 !: ADd 'b1aU" ruu, 1ID er taD4 we IJ'WU rIWWW-" "
work can be taken in the School of Education. It seems Just coast While one cannot the necessary patience andper- Restore calm. Ltbraas cannot Choose good en tuples. It may played Is furthering civil rigids. Rwoeidbtraglc the= s
that FAMU can spread out but not hope for the best at aD times, '.l1btnlllaa of the Jewish community aIIeIltI.-
up. severance can finally put tig- long remain in a state of turbulence be entertaining to have friends
In proportion to its site and enrollment and vast there is no cause to expect the saw pussies together There, for this can affect their who are out of the ordinary.But to tilt black mane cause were to fall victim to a mlsunder'! J:
needs to initiate special programs "to underpin" the disadvantaged worst either. This is a sort of should be somewhat of a lessening weU-betng and general equilibrium U U not deemed advisable to ataDdlnC 01 die llsutl. i
student the Legislative appropriators must a fifty-fifty week when we should of the tensions that kept It may be comforting emulate them especially when Stu4I.. III yt 4ocW1Il'Ottcl: the fact that there It.... IDU--..
realize that extra monies (and in large sums) must be be satisfied with whatever pro- most everybody on edge during- to read that the way BOW seems their conduct may be deemed among blacks than among any other group America. And there
given to provide adequate facilities, sufficient numbers of tress we can make, be it ever the previous quarters.The time open to pot what is past where unconventional and their Judgment IJ more support for black people among Jews thaa along any
teachers reduced loads in which to do the alleged reme so little And it would easier thus g\toed should be utilized U belongs, and to start living warped. If there are any otter group la racism and prejudice we facet COllUBOll i enemy
dial, teaching we learn FAMU.need. for quality teaching. to meet the daily vexations by to study and plan so U to really once again in the kind of environment youngsters in the family make 'I Kemltismtanataml.., andot6tmtmorittet win aee that .
Right now, in view of past discriminatory practices remaining OB the best of terms comprehend what Is and what where peace, beauty certain that such persons are s Issue aDd that today's friction, wbert
which have haunted the so-called Negro colleges for with mates or partners rather is not at stake at present and creativity reign unchal not in a position to influence U. exist 1s the product of white-black confrontations having
.
years, something big needs to be done for FAMU by the!that tau by finding after suit all be for trivial.things Productivity be somewhat cultigot have been them contrary to what is deemed :nothing to do with specific religious or nationally erca

State of Florida. The powers that be must {top talking The may weekend could, be made. }fmpeded by the uncertainties talents proper and beneficial. Continue
'about "duplication of educational services and do what somewhat of the times. Those who have Just for the love of it, may to entrench yourself where you.
is right relative to FAMU. taking in more total Interesting by been Ii'I romantic mood of. find that others are BOW willing have finally decided to settle THE URIAH LEAGUE STORY
If it isn't economical to operate two institutions in should there be attractions late may finally decide to take to pay handsomely for their down permanently B loots aaif
Tallahassee then why couldn't FAMU be moved to Jacksonville 'going a little any to seek or them even more concrete steps to convince creations. Even for those who the time has come wtltD those Within the next month or so, the Jacksonville Urban League
I or some other populous city? out when there ways aren't. R will the object of their affection are sot Interested the pressure ., who have made their beds will will embark on a bold, new venture-the jmpUBtp'aHoo of the
It seems that the aim is to make the University of be the turn of the other blow to participate more in their of necessity or popular have to lie la them. This U NEW THRUST of the Urban League Uovement her ta JacksonviUe. '
Florida bigger, and FAMU smaller and an institution of in October to take the ball and pleasurable activities. This is demand enald to hard resist another reason tot; making absolutely .
inconsequence. What is the State doing about encourag see how or It can be curled. a tine way for people to get to I, 10" -34-99-723 sure that decisions The NEW THRUST of.the Urban League Uovement Is simply
ing those Caucasian students who cannot get in FSU and Provide encouragement know each other totter.Results previously made have been the aa attempt, on the part of the Urban League as a whole to
UF to enter FAMU Some planning by the, State to 4-10-18-26-55-937 may pleasantly surprise: you. SCORPIO right ones. The family too, become more relevant to the disadvantaged and Indigenous '.
achieve this must be initiated. Just to open the doorsto 7.60.15.59.11.100 Dust be kept nappy. residents of the ghetto. ::
all state universities is not enough because the status THUS JOIN OCT. 4-30-16-96- 1\ 111 Her ta Jacksonville the Urban League has already taken the t
quo will exist for a long, long time. LEO 24tl -first,step ta implementing the NEW THRUST of the Urbaa League >,
The Negro citizens of Florida can't sit back in an easy IOIN Arm NIY. 22i AtnmsIOIN Movement by opening up''I Community OUTREACH Canter tatte (
chair and say, "Let George do it, or let the new President BORN IIU22i jude along. While Scorpio Dlnsmore art of the city. The State Bank of Jacksonville
,Perry do It. The help of all is needed to get the Job 201. MAT 26tkProeeedcauUously. AIG. 1tl, canto misled for a while. Just IAN. showing a fine spirit of community concern and Improvement,.
done u we say we want it. like anybody else, U does not donated a house to the Jacksonville Urban League,and this BOOM
} Remember that criticism and talk are cheap! One from u slowty. Male certain take lode to snap oat of 20tl FEI. lit. was subsequently turned over to tilt staff of Project ENABLE,
seldom hears of a soon
very busy that all dangers nave passed it as u the truth has been Tab soundings. It's always a component of the Urban League, to be developed into. the
getting into trouble.One
person before venturing In what was revealed to them.Take Center it is today.
previous,
prudent to first haw try-outs'
of the is that
reasons they have
earlier deemed perilous ter defeats However .have encountered
and shortcomings as before undertakinguuytiingthat''deserves a alight problem ta the operation
IS PUBLIC EDUCATION RE ? no time left. Another may be ritory. 'Iwho nave set valuable experiences and start'.biilidlng the of this center: and that ta finding adequate volunteer personnel
appellation
that they are far too tired to
LL1FREE even try. But for those who their hearts oa the sale or anew along the lines "big." 'This not only ansnl to staff the Center.Much credit is due the Project ENABLE staff, ..b
Is public education in the United States really free really love their wort it purchase of property may now that will insure greater solidity able time when it is most which has done yeoman wort ta operating the Center and at tte U.
The states provide the teachers, the books, and school ratty is to the exclusion, gen-of .take op" the matter with interested u well as economic stability; needed but also money that same time carrying out its other startles Also,we nave had much re-
and utilities and basic parties. Just make AoI4. IIIJW tecI assistance from the Royal Lake Community Improvement- -rsoclatlon
How
buildings teaching su pUes. nearly an other activities. One torn may otherwise be spent need
'certain that is individuals
ever, the cost of other incidentals that mmt be paid by eau be married to one's everything' tree whcttn you hive'found : lessly. The rest of the month and tilt City and County Health Departments.
and clear to avoid to be The
parents has convinced them that while education is public -.avocation: u well as tot charm. unexpected more often thaa not should be a fairly. Quiet ODe ', phrase "Jacksonville the Bold New city of the l utlaoo r
it is far from free. :: Ing companion. This may be Just COlllp1joat1onlater when they misinformed or undependable i giving many welcome opening las become a watchword for many residents of tilt city: ant
are least expected. More and There ta tilt board and staff
aothlng like true of tilt Jacksonville
From the day school opens to commencement, the the moment for many to makeup Instinct to spend more urns thinking Urban League are
mars attention be to confident that tilt
paidto guide
may one to the land implementation of tte NEW
THBUBT of the
parents are "nickeled and dimed to death. Parents are their minds as to which it housing and family Interestswith of milk and and planning for the many exciting Urban
League
finding that they must budget school moneylike they do will be. the coming of October. hooey projects or events that to make that phrue a radttyI' Jacksonville win do its share r;
,
other expenses. This keeps the mothers and fathers, '1-50-12-91-33642 'R e a o v a 11 o a and refurbishing 2- 0 -11 66. .& are in the mating And if you
from being caught short on money, when certain school projects are a distinct poe still nave hours to spare, tt
needs for their children must be met \ (EMINIleii ''sibility, especially for the Leos SAGITTARIUSIIIN may be a propitious periodto ,
The Associated Press recently conducted a survey oi who anticipate to dp a lot of cultivate new friends and J
school incidental expenses in North Carolina and dis MM entertaining from now on. f... )NOV. expand social activities on abroad As It leKs Fr.. Htrt
front.
covered that many parents spend during the nine month;: Ioj
as much as $100 per child. 21st ,JWJUt 2. :- 90 13 '- 8277448VIIKI '23rt IEC. list, 0-90 -*14 -, 1Z &5 1" .
For the low-income family this is a significant ex.. Get settled. No matter how By LEON L. LEn 1
great the commotion have Iron things out. Now that the PISCES NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL
ct
may
pense.Where been worst is over, or should to, t
do from here there comes the moment
we
go for the dust to settle The excitement tt may be time to clear away Hr.-. L _-thinking comec1Iaa chirped one day: .* 'Btack Power Ia1
that .undoubtedly has MM Alt any mess that has bleD left really. two husky Negroes ( Cadillac up a bin to ')
kept some off balance over. Friends seem very lltl MAI. 2lti get two gallons of gasoline from a while man's filling station oacredit" '
of the month should dIIrnrmost nave 23rl. SEPT.: 22i< cooperative but it may be preferable .' ITS quieter.Plsceans who have .rP
WEEK IN NEGRO HISTORY ,subsided not to let them know not permitted things to get out That ta tte most bathe mmpUrstlon of black ever U
THIS for power
enough to .
start many Slow but sure It looks u if. too much about what baa !happened pf hand will not have so much to uttered.
in the afresh direction and really get going the major blocks or encumbrances or still la likely to. do about restoring tranqnlltty I read with dismay some embarrassment, accounts of the *
intended.
Domestic
September 27, 1950: Lizard Charles retained heavyweight and vocational interestsare have beet removed loved ones who understand that in their sssorlittons and immediate black power cencand e ta a n ii piii>a ta which a group of;
busing tiUa by defeating Joe Louis at Yankee Stadium, New highlighted and should be enabling many to make steady strictness 1s being applied, 1IIfT0IDII1I p. Couples antiquated NegrophobisU had tilt braien audacity to advocste' tt
given precedence. And while if not rapid progress toward purely for their own good, will should tab up long-ratgeptan a separate state for Negroes and whites. 11}
their chosen goals. It also is eventually: be more grateful and ding from when they previously First of an the plan would completely eliminate the Amerfcaa k
are at It
it
September U. 1893: Boater T.; Washington, famed Tuskegee you relationships, see not to that key' evident that those with well- loyal than those who BOW have left off and start getting onto black race In fewer than five years they would suffer the same' t
educator served u Judge at the Atlanta Exposition where leedeltrereiI by art being disrupted thought-out plans get along' to be bribed for any reason a,higher level from where tt.win plight of the black taBlatrs. J
the address that rocketed him into national pro, internal external as well as more smoothly than others who whatsoever. All this business to easier to lake oft Check TIlt does not&--end seemingly an00Hproduce
' m10anCe. forces It may be a havent bothered to 'draw to mabcertalathahuJorIOll8: that U tats for him anlthhi'e
good idea to take up about progressiveness andaonsappresslon to exist : Lain earth.
check of the a periodic such. There should be more could to'la large coincide so as not to create Those that have the finance,' don't have the brains and admlalstratlve *
t September U, ISIS: The late James Weldoa Johnson became a books to budget and account activity in the moaetary part be responsible for the complicating later when they ability. 4
regular lecturer at New York University causes of remove any possible department and, consequently growth 'of the modem phenomenon could create obstacles of amorawrloos And those. that teve the iulinlftl trativ.aHIlty and de4frerdon't' "
misunderstandings.; more cash in the pocket known U HJppyland., ,nature. have the money.-.and U they get it, it has to be from white It
1 September 28, 1951: Dr. Ralph J. Bunch appointed-under- consider myself aa having teen successful that
, secretary of the United! Natia L '1.80.14.75.11.851 3 20 17 51.33.594 9-80-12 -23-88-263 1-10-13-47-33-901 I am practically retired and living a good life ta mj'apth *






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Tufts University Senator Scott Enlarges Staff r'Id News. .Digest t ; '.:...

By NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL'


Of Mass. Admits o.Ae sawNMAaw.-.r Mr ( ) (NPI) South Africa still basal made_ up Its 1

c definitely over what racial category citlcens come under.
the Supreme Court reclassified a family of five from
(mulatto) to white, reversing Race Classification" !
20 Negro Students ', decision made II months ago. The point of dispute was

one member of the family, a son,"seemed to be" coloured, :,
r _RLL : board classified the family u coloured, even though they j:
MEDFORD, UaM.-Tr.ntr black students who might not bm : generally regarded as white.
had the opportunity to attend college under normal admissions
standards art enrolled la the freshman class at Teas University p OFFICIAL I

through a student-run agency called SCAR. (NPI) Henry B. Chtbuta, 60-year-old school
Dean of Admissions John C. drew' has been appointed Jht new secretary-general
Palmer, at the same time, reported :One of tilt SCAR students Is two-year-old Kenneth Kaunda Foundation. TIlt Foundation :
that 29 additional black only a few years oat of his with th.pubUa lor.cboolboota is especially :
students (14 men, IS women) native land, Haiti. Brought to ? Zamblan conditions, and tilt purchase and distribution of :
were enrolled under regular America by an Episcopal priest L supplies, through Its subsidiaries National Edoca- i
admissions procedures: brine when his parents died,the young Company of Zambia and Ole Distribution Company :
i'"
fug the total to 41 blacks In a man lives by himself Harlem ta.
freshman class of MS. and has bad to work regularlyto '. .. .. i
The 20 recruited by SCAR ." v'1' ,'I Itr.ecUOft"w ''OW'
help support himself. Re Is : ). '"
$tidents Concerned About IUD striving to muter the c, .. i 1i, i' ,..:' ANTONIO, Tex. -(NPI)-World's fairs and exhibitions: :
Racism) art guaranteed total English language.The A' to have had their day, ulna HemisFalr 68, which closes :
financial aid, hull It and son oft railroad fireman 6, Is an example of an exhibition which has failed to be :
tutoring; the average grant wu In Tuscaloosa, Ala.,who ranked WELCOME AND FAREWELL--Senator Hugh Scott (R.-Pa.) with pipe In It was predicted to be.Attendance-4ht major source :
$1,000 per year (Tuft's tuition second la his class of 250, hand, welcomes Mrs. Deborah Tolson (right) a Howard University senior who -failed to come up with expectations ft had been :
Is 12,300.) demonstrates outstanding Just joined his staff, at a farewell party for Roy Ogburn (left) who leaves Sena that 7.5 million would make the fair break even. To date,
The SCAR poop bx lades IS creative writing promise. Another tor Scott's staff to attend Harvard Law School. Senator Scott has one of the best : has reached: 5.2 minion, with much of it being at ;
in Liberal Arts and Engineering from Pittsburgh, ranked integrated staffs in the Capitol. rates }
and seven la Jackson Collect 226 In class of 115, was
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for Women. They art 'from described by counselors as ft St. Ftttnbtri "......s H.. Carmichael Says I
sack towns and cities as New "verbal cripple," but Tufts (lERS -(KPI)-The eleventh! for eiga ministers conference E
York, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, found In him other very accept: Reject The Organisation of African: Unity recently heard Foreign II
Memphis, Washington, D.C.; able qualities. White Met' Victta T. RtbtiM I Abdel Asia Boutefllka of Algeria say that Israel ranks ?

Tuscaloosa, Ala; Opt Locks A parentless boy from New ST. PETERSBURG-A white i businessman has found that American System Portugal, South Africa and Rhodesia among the black .
Fla.; Cleanrater F1a a ad York ', "irreconcilable Imperallst enemies." Booteflka 5
; City who Is one of II in spite of civil rights distort bances and was
resulting destruction:
St. LOUIS-(NPI)-Volatile
Hampton, Va. children has ft deep Interest elected chairman of the conference. !
"Some of these young men in the theoretical approach to a Negro community has ft Bert and appreciates his presence.contractors Stately Carmichael recently :
and women never would hart speech sad language, and has Joseph D. Barren, 39, owner : la the city. The called QQ Black: Americans to AD E
been able to attend: collect," ft suppressed desire to be a of ft radiator shop that was estimated electrical coat U reject: the American system, (NPI) "Art You Beautiful Is the front pap 6
sari Assistant Dean of Admissions ballet dancer one day. burned on August 16, Is that $300. explaining! that neither major appearing In the recent Issue of the Bahamian '
Roy tt. ktoort. "A few The recruiting: drive, which pt it. Barren said, "I sire feel party Democratic: or Republlcan -. DfWlpl lr. The call went oat to all young ladles whose
who art exceptionally bright was carried oat by ISO under Barren mused, as Negro 'better than when I first came peaks "to the needs of "tell you you art beautiful" to let the Times list their j
applied only towhatthtlr graduates, began last April 12 neighbors joined rebuilding tort after the fire. The colored' Black people. Ht addrf ssed ft for picture-taking: and inclusion In the paper under the
counselors retard as tile elite after ft brief and peaceful confrontation his shop ''It', the funniest people deserve tto credit. standing room crowd of 1,000., title "Bahamlaa Beauty." .
handfol of American colleges. between Dean Palmer thing. They burned me right
Their left down to the ground, and then
rtjeetloa a and 300 students demanding ..
surprisingly large pool' of able ditional male and female black they come" and put the thing :
candidates from which SCAR CONTINUED ON PAGE lit' backup.
The St. Petersburg Radiator
Service will have a new look
Martin Luther King at 1707 16th Street, S. Barren :
BenchmarSeagram's
was scheduled to open Monday. Introducing
Barren's new shop will
.
Fellows Chosen outshine the old one. About I
By doss Negro citizens went to
Ills rescue. Tot new building
will have shatter-proof glass Premium Bourbon.t
Wilson Foundation. a.ncIl brilliant veneer.
Among the leaders lathe drive .

art Carl Prince, 61, Negro,
PRINCETON' N.J. A man who aspires to be ft police chief- a contractor. Prince's: coworkers -
and another who has been investigating police malpractice: and frieads have
complaints have more 4n common than their Interests U police cooperated splendidly. A handicapped '
The who make Benchmark Bourbon rare
men art a
work: Doth men art among the first Martin Utter King, Jr. painter.Char lesDevine, .
Fellows to be named by the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship has played ft great part In the breed of craftsmen.
Foundation this week.. ..
rehabilitation. '
: Theyhavethewilltodoabetterob.le ) .
The rouMUioa announced the pointed out that each Fellowship When the shop>> was deatrO'td.aceordIDI a

names of IS winners of the augments the veteran's benefits to Barren, he made '. ,tt- :......... ,," And the skill in their hands to make it happen. :

win two-year enable Fellowships which sufficiently to give him a real up his mind to leave location. J\ : The quality of these men is a rewarding thing to .j
black veterans of option between taking ft Job or His former partner, Deltoa ;. .;i. ;
military service to for Barren, left and Joined another 'i\. "" find
prepare pursuing a graduate degree. A ',1 ;; these days.:
!
.. I
careers la public service radiator firm. Enron has ., 1t
fields.: single man. by combining his .1 11t ": j" ...,1 l "
Carl M, VlOlaiM 1s jbt Ups, ... tteraa'ft bttefiU wathe; allowance mew partner AT Ytfeto 21, 1M" ',i\: -1"- .,( '" L olsU1Cqu&utyo(tfxBourbontheymake.,.*,," .
: .I'. .
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.Trdm1..pat..tbtS. Fr4i-. from ,the Foundation The mtaBtryNru'thYflrst t6 In .?wv ,, *. srii. **mmmf mr I I ,
Cisco art who wants to become will have ft monthly Income of come to Ills resent, '1n the I' M f Benchanuk-Meatare your Bourbon .f alnst It,, II
a Chief of Police and HaroldC. 1400 tax fret, bt noted. person of Elder Joseph !!i:4, 1i v '-' .
Hut-N/bbrlg/ bat: beta director This, first year of tilt Anderson, pastor of the Wayne : 1Jtit

ache Police Malpractice program Is bound to teach us Street Church of God in Christ, :, 1L; -. ---
Complaint Ctaltr of thY many things," Richardson and operator of a local: sundry "' I 111
; /
American Ctvll Liberties Union.. said ".. tact, .we have already and barber shop. Others Joined "
r
la Watts, Calif. Mr. Hart. learned much. The number of the minister U trying to per : .t. ;. .
Nlbbrlg, wants to become k': standing prospects: for ere-;) soadt tee vbtte merchant to : i;'" .',
lawyer and specialise la law alive leadership which we have stay with them.Another ; ; \" .'. .. bf
r.tor.aDd poverty law. found in the short time sine* difficulty faced ,IIISii'I"Y ,
Two other men plan for early June Indicates to as that Barren, in that the city gutsaim \, ..,. ( ," i..t'L.'t.' ..... kl" ,*
careers In the law. Out wishes gigantic r..nolrclutawed 45 days to rebuild, after ,;- ;!if : : '; I"i ':
to be tralatd to be ft counsel talent Is still available. We are ft notice of condemnation had j ._ > ,
for Negroes who want to anxious to NIt it out," Mr.: been posted. But, Contractor :\.', : .
establish balM..... Another Richardson emphasised, Prince was given ft vacation: ",
Intends to his law background by his I .
CM Tilt IS men winning King employers, Carlyle Construction ( A
to prepare for a career Fellowships' this fall come from Company and by P. dp 'Rl
In local: and state politico ODe IS dlffertat undtrgradaatecolleges Stanley Brodlck Real Estate .t., ;- .
of fir new King Fellows was plan careers la tight Company after Elder Anderson .' .
an assistant attorney general suggested helping Burn They ;: ,
different fields, and, with two I t' '.
for use Stale of Mew .York,. He' exceptions, will to attending decided to donate all the labor .. ..".,. ";, \,
proposes to tarn his doctorate different graduate schools. If Barren would provide the "
1. j
in International law and diplomacy materials.
They have seen service la 11 r
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and, possible prepare for different foreign countries. All Other Negroes Joined in and # vM iq
a carter in diplomacy to an.African services but the Marine Corps donated l much of the material. 1i +
. nation. art represented among this Tar actual cost of the 17,000
The Navy lawyer mod ought group<< Mr. Richardson pointedout. Job win U 11,500, excluding I I I
after by American military men electrical: costs. There art no t I'
la Vietnam U their defense registered Mtlfotl.ctrlcal .1 l'. I
,
t' .
attorney newrppotnted also Is Martin among Lather the Rebel Fill Cwttotw. Tt Fir ,.. I ....

KIlL Jr., Fellows. Be Is "
Franklin D. Ckckley, now at Despite Neare-Whlte 1. "
Harvard Ilstversity.where. he Disstte '

Is entering the Master of Laws HOMESTEAD, FU. Rebels will be Rebels. Dixie will lie ,. .' ,., ,'

degree program la Urban played. Out hundred fifty Negro students, apparently, if they .. ,, ,
Aflalri. Another King Fallow, intend to remain students la the South Dude High School Dade .
will be preparing for ft careers County, will have to consider tile Confederate uniform U part ,
U ft professional city planner'at : of their schooling. Though they may not sing Dixie, they will Y
till University of Pt=I1I- have to listen. a. b '

vania'i School of Flat Arts. With desegregation has come aa organisation; SOUL, wu set a "ij t 4 f i'. .
Two met who have beta working a dispute,which at times might up. A white girl approachedOtis : ,
with ghetto gangs and with have become violent, between Wallace, president and ;1 ;
underprivileged youtt win toeaterlag ttt. Negro students and till white Inquired u to why be wanteda l. ;.,. \ ,
graduate study la students at this formerly all- change. He told her to wu
psychology la order to give white school, stemming from obliged to wear ft Confederate \'
' themselves better preparation complaints by the blacks that tilt uniform and play Dime when ":0.1' '' :
for their work with young Betel flag sad Rebel uniforms, ht joined till school band u a
people. u wen as the song Dixie, donot trombonist.. Be said wearing ; '\ .
Two other veterans art seen integration. Tbe the uniform actually: "hurt. 'f:. :
practicing artists, both visa- Negroes eoatetd that use The name Rebel brought about ,
ban taught. On aspire to American nag should to flown fistfights between the two races.Slittta J J'j
establish ft cultural center lor and that another aong should stideats were 'j
art musk, and drama, la tile: displace the "I wish I was la suspended because: of that and 'jf
black community and another. the land of cotton1 theme. because: of otter fights. Tte ;
plans to rttuTBtohlshomtJtate For the put several days till Negroes paraded with the [UikUki ,
down South "to hell futurt school has been faced with a American fl & The" white dill
art teachers ft desire to reach decision. More than 1,000 revere the Rebel flag
dlsadvaataged Negro youth students art white. Less than
Two of the ling Black Reporters
through art. one per cent art Metro. The
Fellows propose to to school Negro students bucked the tide
administrators. but did not succeed. They bell Needed Oi .Sort'sWWe : a
Modest la Else but win 0oteattel -| several meetings, on* in a
log ,rown the pilot 'church, and said they might even Pipers..
program.U fealed by tht boycott local: white merchants.Fiaally NASHVILLE, Tenn. -(NPQ- c
Rockefeller Foundation and ad- aa agreement wu Wanted: Black reporters on
mistered by tht Woodraw 'reacted to tilt effect that btl- metropolitan newspapers la the
Wheel national Fellowship lotting might solve the problem.Tte South. That's the report of a
Foundation a oomblasfioswithsack election wu tell White survey which found that thud
Fellow's veteran's GJ. students voted by margins u J"
17 Negroes an working alongside '
Bfll beteflts, diet program ;large u 1,010 to 47 to keep fir whites u reporters andcopydesk 'j 4;" ,
provides liar up to two ran :standard of the Confederacy. editors on daily : "
of graduate study.la fields They voted to continue to keep newspapers la till Southern ;. :[
leading Into public service. ,the name of Rebel Review.for states Lodslana and Mississippi : :

Raymond Richardson,director the school newspaper.Whta art tile only states act to. f..prY a..... aYe e..rb..w .so r"oa j."ea t $..er..C a..ti 1or.nO4,Ky. .
rf the KingFtUowahlpprognua,. the complaining began have desegregated news staff, &.






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grooming end inlrrntt. ,: j't f" we find some really helpful house. juices previously needing lo be
i ware Items to lighten her load. |((drained before serving. (98)
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introduced by the Ekco Houlew.resCompany a self-leveling device is a lifesaver 9'.N
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have lo share a closet.: Ridiculous.
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lo keep her things on herddt
the and pomp action! for the lady of your house. a sick child!Graduated measures :
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could be declared a disaster' Q. Mom Just scheduled our A loop handle potato peeler with on the spoon bowl and a ,' q
chores for the school year. I a swivel action blade, peels, slices safety lock grip have further plut
area! Whit do other girls do? ,
ended up with the Job of keep .. --r and shreds fresh vegetable* with value here. (390)
A. You're right. Closet sharing lag the bathrooms clean and ia'a ease. The new wide handle allows An infant spoon that has a tiny :
can create a disaster scene. Mom Insists on having the mirrors ," the user to fully grip the peeler in bowl shaped perfectly for baby's .
Have you ever thought of literally and faucets sparkling' all the ;" hand for added comfort and con- mouth and a long handle structuredfor ;
staking out your own territory time! Help! rm going to havea ; trot. The big swivel blade removes adult manipulation, is a sound .jtj
in the closet? Each of million rags lo wash on lop much more peel in much less time. investment. The spoon bowl is j
you can select a different pat.. of H. ( rounded for safe scraping of food
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for your half of the closet the name implies in one A vW grained call rock is the
save time by using new
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outfit in tHe morning there's instant q1- the secret. (9IJf) nationally in housewareshardware, I
gaiety gazing back at Q. fm giving a party seat "
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hands with another girl I fit H up ",hllotlllpftldlniloe one were to single out the molllrend..ttin. gold vin>l background. Another
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2. A lady may offer her hand to teal! solid shades lo match. Cutout ribttning from California ha* beenIn taste Umied/DeSoto re
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your own age a cordial "hello- tern onto the wall, ceiling
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can properly replace a hand. floor, table tops, chair, serving :' }; ." uncommon. Homemakers across modern design* and bright colon.
shake. 4. A lady should offer tray wherever your fancy "'1 & I **. America arc furnishing their homesIn The patterns In the company'
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Celebrate National MaearOllI.Week. October 17-36, by
L $'. tilt'ddnc dish for hasty, kitty cocking.The kids bar entertaining a few friend. Serve this dellclou Macaroni
Gumbo the for which was developed homo .o-
maven yoo nuts Ul l dty and ro tarent bad Um to tbop. As recipe by
onomlata for the National Macaroni Institute H'a full of
mal,when the going gent tooth, hubby wen's be home. I goodness, what with that popular elbow macaroni, Iota of

Tow mother decides to come ly. Serve with toast, and drink oysters shrimp and crab _At. And okra, too; no gumbo
orer. Not for dinner, sbe says' a champagne tout to the French would be complete without Itl!
ever so sweetly, bat yoo know monk who Invented It aU.. Or serve this aa the main cour" for an election night
upper I..'. easy to oon. buffet aijrte. U'. buy to oat
ebb Intends to stay, maybe teen '. '# ., from a email table or lap'tray while watching the election
for APPLES AU COGNAC
breakout. returns on television. Vote for macaronl-and get yowraelf
Tom Jones, fua-lovtng .I elected "Hostess of the Week."
That bottle of Cognac might ,
bachelor, forgot to shop la MACARONIOUMBO i
earnest for his Tired Just earn Its keep with braDdJ8\1
parr/ ((Make about 3 quart)
pieces of cheese a half filled apples. And you don't erenhaTe (e to I servings' )
bottle of olives, some cast Iron to flame the. Peel, core and 2 clove garlic, crashed 2 cup elbow macaroni
slices: of salami simply won't slice 2 tart apples about 1/2 15Jki, 1 cup chopped onion (1 ounce)
do. o fan Inch thick. U cup butter or margarine 1 package (10 ounce)
So it's the chafing dish for After toasting the cook, soak 1 can (1 pound 12 ounces) frozen baby okra
hasty, tasty cooking, things that them for four boors In Cognac, tomatoes 1 pint shucked oysters,
are fun to make and can be enough so that the brandy covers, 1 quart water drained .
done la t Jlfly. For example; them. Then drain and dry theapples 1 pint clam juice 1 pound shrimp shelled
1 tablespoon salt and cleaned
dust with floor, melt
1 teaspoon oregano leave I can (7M ounces) crab
COGNAC COCKTAIL BALLS flora I/I cup of butter In your
2 leave ,
by meat drained and boned
chafing dish pea and saute the Dash Tabasco
To each cupful hamburger apples until they're brown oa
both sides. Serve hot, I ddpowder811U1U'1 In Dutch oven or large heavy saucepan saute garlic and
meat a whole egg, salt use cold soar' onions I 'In butter until golden. Add- tomatoes, water, clam
pepper, 1 ounce of ; juice salt, oregano bay leaves, and Tabaeeo. Simmer,
-, Cognac-not your best,but the cream U a dank, covered 40 minutes Bring to boll; gradually add macaroni
kind you'd serve on the rocks What happens to the Cognac ,, then add okra. Cook covered IS minutes I or until
or with soda Mix thoroughly, used to soak the apples? Oh, macaroni' i la tender stirring occasionally. Stir In oysters,
,......, ...'c;. that.. and Cook 5 minutes
., a. J ..__ ...: roll la small balls then laconstarch. ? shrimp crab meat longer. .
Using the pan or
\ main dish ilmtV, easy< to tirxmro| tor Indoors or out la bluer part of the chafing dish,
what every<< humi-mnkt lonkn for In the "umm r. Here Long
saute the cocktail balls la lots
Chili llurtp* urn n'tun May to servo tiurgorft lo children SAVg g
of batter. Serve hot
nnd nnmn-u|>f ,nlik. The t*n I... |1jj'f'1".1< | l nhr-iul. end heated, ftrrvlna; time.1h ; toothpicks, of coarse.
<* Icnuihv liurt( "rK* tnn IKmnilo. "hI. too, nr on tho
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1 milk. as every seafood
One .>f ,h.' iutij"n'ii I
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the 14th century, fresh spinach was commonly grownIn a winning streak at the gamine Jremi. .
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and A, aad Iron and 1* on the market all year.Toxaa takes his finger wouldn't be coiled.PaMiagPmacklatoSaadwicW.
lop hooora aa the leading. producer of this popular leafy *

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tier la a cookery renamed the Hawaiian Islands. RI 2/$
tossed with aauUed
the deep green of,freh spinach up and the two name suggest one
oalooa and muahrooma, aa a bed for lovely pick grilled .of the happiest food combinations ...,
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. NASSAU, Bahamas-Preparations for Nassau's et Lumlert Learn Banking strange as it may appear at first glance, It'. nonetheless
pound and Light) spectacle at Fort Charlotte are well wider way MIAMI The children of the fact that Lena Borne, despite her fame, fortune, unequaled
for its Christmas week debut. Drew Elementary School are' II A 3rr )', Intelligence and wit, has never (until now) had an acting
At the 11th Century redoubt like Blackboard and Annie Bon- participating In a special in a movie
where the $400,000 continuing ,nie. savings program establlsbedby I left Bollywood 12 one, whether be admits it or
entertainment project Is to be Author Emlle de Barren, who the Roosevelt office of the First ago," she says "It was not, Is a member and thereforea
presented, workmen are busy wrote Nassau's Sound and Light ,Savings Bank. They have been I got sick Ud tired of spokesman in his own ray
, digging trenches to house the script, entitled "The Silent encouraged to open savings accounts a Negro woman leaning' Pm certainly determined to do
eonqfles electronic: equipment Guns," and who is one of the at the tank for as little a pillar and breathing my part.
that win bring to life stirring world's most experienced pro- as 25 cents.Teachers sultry song In a scene which
I scenes from Bahamian history. ducers in this highly specialized provide transportation be conveniently cut from ******
, Audiences will bear the utterances medium, recently directed to the.Mink each month so film wbea It was shown in
t L : of such figures as recording sessions England. the yonntsters can make their South. I had my flint that Eitertiiineit
Woodes Rogers, the pirates' He was responsible for similar deposits and watch their savings of situation and simply
I nemesis; Lord Dunmore, who sound and light spectaclesat jgrow.. Hues Aid Cries
t. built Fort Charlotte during his the Red Fort in Delhi, India; tr However/following more than
term as Royal Governor; eo.I the old Holy City of theToltees Mrs! A. Range decade of absence from Holly NICKEL STARS
Iambus on his 1492 voyage of at Teotlbuacan MalcoCity the fabulous Miss Lena PLUGGED
discovery and infamous pirates and another In Columbia. Elected Head now returned for a starring CHICAGO (NPI) The
1 with Richard Wldmark, Plugged Nickel menagement is
.,t first class In headlining
going
she Jokingly refers to as
J Of Model City blue-eyed soul brother, in two of the nation's greatest
r \\\\\\\'WII'\ MIAMI The Model City '. "Patch." )Jats artists at the nltery on
There won't be skin successive weeks. The club
Governing Board elected the any
officers sequined gowns for Lena .featured Jimmy Smith, th"world's %
following on August
\; FLASH, \'e 2S: "Patch". Neither will there greatest organist,"
from II to 22 and
September ,
Chairman, Mrs M. Athalie any crooning against pillars .
''rOVW I Range, 1631 NW 57th Street, Isolated scenes As a modern JaIl trumpet star Miles
Tract 6, First Vice chairman, of fact, the movie has a Davis, September 25 to 29.
Mr. George R. Williams, 1171 EsrUer, sultry songtress, Lena Borne ls now Lena Hone, j background and Lena Sellout audiences are expected.,
Dr. WeltersWonderful NW 56th Street, Tract 10;Second above, with one of Bollywood's greatest stars, Richard cast Infoer-length and neck-
Vice chairman, M u. This is Miss Bone's first dramatic role,ills*Borne has been aa dresses as the proprietor REWARD
Clarice Littles, 1291 NW 68th singing in the country's greatest nightclubs. Other roles.in a saloon who winds up mar NEW YORK-(NP0-Pianist
small parts. Wldmark. Erroll Garner Is offering al,000
Street, Tract 6.
Tooth Powder does she feel about finally $ reward for the returnof
a special score tile artist
a dramatic role?
Bride .And Groom Sprint scared to death," she had been using for Us appearances
'., "Sidney (director Sidney with symphony orches
Attllilli At FiTiriti Stin 7 )
Tur Brit ir
her son-in-lavaysto tras. The score mysteriously
simple, stay still and don't disappeared during a Chicago-
SH'rllS SlirL MSW Si Ink Fir It *. He makes it sound pretty New York flight.Martha Oaser.thatt
but the troth oWe matter Garner's manager, asked
that I've been pacing the the score be returned to 111
at night and throwing to West 57th Street. New York
,., morning from sheer City

&she." is nervous, however, STARRING COSBY
PARK RIDEfrom '. the only one who knows CHICAGO (NPI) Television -
: For when she walks onto the star Bill Cosby of"ISpy"tame ,
an air of unusual calm starred la 10 It ahon,CIQ
She has a smile and a separate nights, to an anticipated
"hello" for literally capacity: aoditoct at the
; ) who walks by or calls Auditorium Theatre,September
NORTHSIDEPflffc : \ her. Her manner is so easy 21-22. Also appearing on the
l Impossible to dotect that show was singer OJB. Smith
'. the slightest bit uptight Professionally, Colby doubles
your car et Nortfiitfi.flnJrWr And when the director 'as comedian and (TO actor.
rf
r t a )bus> to ell the fgr'sct1m"her lines
I I delivered Vith the apparent PEACE BRIEFING
and PARS -(KPT)-Contending
t bearing of the
jl MIAMI DOLPHINS ; she is, despite her pro- that he could not obtain the
privilege la his nativt America
D kind of role she'has la Dick Gregory, Black comedian
UNIV. OF MIAMIHOMEGAMES I "-strictly& acting, with and Puce Party Presidential
singing-.has been a long candidate, recently flew in from
! /$ coming but Lena will London to be briefed on tbt'ocn.s
forget the mental torture ..- of the Vietnam pace
ends palling proMemirnds 'I the years past talks, by Nguyen Nlnh Vy,North
[ flQhting; ; traffic couldn't do what I wanted Vietnam chief peace negotiator.
wk'L. do," she says, "so I simply He said ht was told the bombing
I parking lot amply lighted" .. .nlr 5 OC It out of my mind<< and took of the North must stop before
l
I t a political settle meat
; your cor polite protected was available I didnt peace
.revel trJrORTHSIDE ". It, but I did a good Job! of would be retched.

__ .. u.---w says she would obviously, BROWN CHARGED
BRIDE AND GROOM SPRWT-Mr."aDd Mrs Berry Gordy, Sr., where the Gordys have pea preferred the life of aa CLEVELAND -(NPQ-Jimmlt -
.N virtually sprint to aa awaiting limousine to take them to their years. Behind the Gordys ( .... Instead she became a Brown, former Cleveland
wedding reception and a honeymoon suite The Gordys* were Vrs. Evelyn Johnson. Richard club>> singtr. The fact that Browns gridiron act turned
SHOPPING CENTER feted to a unique 60th wedding anniversary celebration recentlyby Owen Fugua, Berry Jr., Mrs critics rated her as tbe actor, neglect charged
their four sons and three daughters. The celebration called Standing to the right, behind of the song stylists didn't with "crOi. of duty
... "if It eCINiraefaclivDy"NW for the Gordys to repeat their marriage vows la the presence oftheir star Diana Ross of Diana Ross & her enjoyment of the In a divorce suit filed In Los
: seven children and 20 grandchildren at Bethel AME Church club circuit. Angeles County Court by Us
i 27th AYE, & 79th STir ** years served their wife, Sat. Mrs Brown also Is

CHARGE ACCOVNT: iAnvle Ii NEW 50 ROOM WING Detroit's Gordy 1dre ,"received she eont1 good ues.educa"My for seeking herself a financial and their settlement two children

plait. Catholic DigertPAUL'S and from her famous bustud)
Buddy Goodwin owner-man: we've been able to' ,
comfortably. But I who reportedly tarns an estimated .
j ager, opened the new 50-room 50 Yours At can
$%50,000 a !Dehorns
wing of Us popular Freeport Inn ) honestly that I gave more year
On Grand Bahama Island aDd DETROIT, Mich. It was thou yam. than I got out were mulled aIDe
dedicated the modern meeting Tashlons. It was an occasion them years ago.
room that ht added to the host- and naturally requiring a of the things I've really

: -I $@Wt} rOO I Ir1@1)IDADV..MINI! ) business.city in order The room to handle designed group anniversary u was me unique celebration sou wedding for the )' touring in recent the South years as has a C.uIuIH erhceries

for a mazimun of 100 persons Berry Gordy,Sr., parents of ter with the National Third
***** four sons, three daughters, and of Negro Women In
beginning I couldn't set
)' they'd want to hear me Nero Gemil
about how things could
Your professional beautician should be changed, but I SAIGON -- Infantry Comwander

knows the answer to realise that it was Frederick Ellison
own personal struggle and Davison 51, has become lilt
they were third Negro la the history of
$ in bearing about; the United States Armed Forcesto
t f I realise more than ever that reach the rank of General.
a Black womaa who 11'also Only two other Negroes hayt
spokesman and U would be worn the stars of a General,
)' wrong not to be namely Lieutenant General
Why does hair ) Our people need the Benjamin 0. Davis of the Air
some
: of total unity which Inclades Force now at MacDUl Air
of us- business people,sto- Force Dose, and Us father, a
break off when combing? :,,: laborers, actors and retired United States Army
I else Black- and every- GeneraL
'a
General Davison received
.***.* his stars at a brief
Your hair Is precious and delicate..and none of us like to see ceremony
it break off for any reason: Scientists tell:jus that excessive use I In Vietnam from General
I of hot combs and over-processing of hair with chemicals often Crtlgflbn, who pinned them onat
H'frI. are major causes of brittleness resulting in hair breakage. But IAHAMA the field headquarters of lilt
hair that Is naturally curly and tangles easily frequently breaks 199th Light Infantry Brigade
off'in everyday combing Notice how irritated your scalp becomes southwest of Saigon. Bt was
when you comb in contrast to the way your beautician does? SHOUTS batttrlts given the ll-gna of 105millimeterhowitzers. salute from
Your professional beautician knows that curly hair mats and .
frI.: tangles so easily that it should be softened before combing. The, 255-roon FUgler Inn General Davison has beta In
Otherwise unnecessary irritation to the scalp and damage to
lag bullion tilt south short of Vietnam for two Central
t I CARPET WAREHOUSE has Miami's newest showroom andover the shaft and ends of the hair occurs. To achieve this needed years.
Island Nassau, is ex Crelghton said, "I can think of
to I 2,000 rolls of carpet in stock.. Paul's, is Comaros mill warehouse softening and a temporary relaxing effect that prevents breakage to open la June, 196k. no man who worked harder or
all human hair beauticians
on (including ), most rely
advertised Comaro'Wind wigs Slee will tilt who deserved a to
: outlet in So. Florida and the nationally 19.9) Clairol Hair So-New' rinse. For manage promotion
on spray-on creme combine
fall'"is on sale for $7.00 Sq. Yd. in a choice of 18 colors Another Co ease and for beautifying your hair in many other ways, trainee Inn.Somt General Tat officer tbanGeneralDavicon."
started Us
; : maro favorite is 'Forever'Yours' a' regular $6.98 embossed 501' Nylon beauticians stock a complete family of fine Clairol products for military career CT
C"; ,r Pile Carpet( available in 10 colors for only $4.88 sq. yard. All carpet is your specific needs. "i4 l' ,. ', I 20.UUU btaIIUc1a.DI trots lid remembers days years of strong ago
Ficsc'Quality and can installed, padded and finance at a very low cost Visit your expert hairdresser, who cares about your hair care : National Beauty) Guitarists segregation. Btfcilntd the Army

4l ., >H Why pay more Come to PAUL'S'at N.W. 2Jrd Street or and your comfort. Whatever'the nature of your hair problems wllvtdtNusasfiWIO oa March J, 1141, and la the
only your professional beautician Knows the answer for sure. : the leap holds its annual same
year was married. Tfi n-.
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I THE COLLEGE STUDENT SPEAKS National BiscuitHelps Business AIT State Univtrsity Ficts


BY NEGRO,'PRESS INTERNATIONALThe .. > 0 Stiffest Opei Of SNSM I

hippies>> who expressed There art but alternatives
,
N.C. Airs football team
GREENSBORO laces their
their "rebellion" by demonstratlng to the trend the
stop practice,
In Chicago's Grant ; toughest opening game In many a year when the Aggies take on
or expect total annihilation l of : -
strong S.C. State here Saturday September 28.
Put teemed to be striking out blacks through commercialism
against society for being too and psychological destruct The Aggies dropped Tennessee Injured players return todut)."
restrictive. ion. State for the Bulldogs but Key performers In the Aggies'

They were pictured u rebels How much is your Blackness that may be Just like Jumping -defensive secondary havebeen,
against the "status quo" and worth, Brother... from the frying pan Into the veterans Uerl Code, Carl
the evils of this nation's racial But It was evident that the fire If South Carolina's showingIn Tales and Wendell Bartee. and
and military policies. They hippies were looking Ion beat- recent years means anything. transfer student Dong West!
appeared to be people who bad Ing-not only for masochistic AtT fans are expected to Jam moreland.

bad enougb of a society which reasons but also because they every seat In Memorial Stadium Code, a Junior honor student

bad nude too many demands: wanted aom.one. for a change to see the two nonconferencerivals from Seneca, S.C., Is expected
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on them. to give them direction and go at each other. It will to be one of the top defenders
They lookedllkebumsbutthey discipline them. be the Drat test for new Aggie In the conference. UT has a

weren't. Nor were they expressing How else does one explain coach Hornsby Rowell. fine front foursome In ends
rebellion against these youngsters' willingness Howell's counterpart for the Billy Gaines (%U), Lester
strict parental discipline and to engage In a losing battle with Bulldogs will be Oree Banks, Moore (223), Ralph D. Cole-
society's control over their policemen backed by the Mational -' r t the wlnnlngest football coach man(210), Ben Btacknall (210),
llres. Guard and ultimately the c S.C. State has ever bad. and Dog Henti (230).
Most came from weU-to-do power and authority of the U. ,. Banks' team was 71-0 last Rowell's big problem remainshis
suburban homes which empba'slzed S. Armed Forces? season and his overall record offensive line. "We still

permissive child rearing. When onerafywantstorebel, for the Bulldogs Is 224. need some ends," he said, "..
,Part of these young people's be tackles someone be thinks Howell would be the last per son our best receivers are hurt.'

problem was that their nondescript he might be able to whip. But ... to take the Bulldogs lightly The only veteran end startingwill
nondlrectlr upbringing It Is not rebellion when one "We know that we are going to be Junior Gene Harrison

gare them nothing either to goes after an opponent who to \ (8. ... have to play good ball," he of Pittsburgh. The Aggies have
uphold or to defy. sure to defeat him. J r.. said. a wealth of talent for the offenslve -,
'Ibe11acked-nCJt "freedom" That reflects a desire either I; As the opening games neared, backfleld.

but the authority and disciplined for punishment, defeat, or eon- Howell has )Just about decided The starting" group will be led
parental upbringing. Despite' tact with sources: .of authority >- J that the Aggies' defense Is by All-CIAA halfback Willie

p appearances, the most rebellious guidance or discipline.The .,1 slightly ahead of the offense. Parson Others who may start
.' youth craves the security writer Archibald McLelsh. ... "The defense Is coming Include running backs Tommy
of knowing where be stands In an essay entitled "1b Great along" be said, "and Is going Blue, Maurice Cherry Richard

In relation to constituted an- American Frustration," hat It to get better when some of our Armstrong, Fred Robinson,and
> thorlty. B Is this security that correctly noted that Americans ( Daryle Cherry.
the hippie misses. are Increasingly afflicted by t Blick New Yorker Starting at quarterback will

So what dxs be do? He sets sense of lacking control over be either Jerome Timer,

up a confrontation with IOC Ietr'. their destinies. And this comes, Prepares Negroes Charles Mlddleton or Stan

Authority figures-tte police- Ironically, at a time when political I Jacobs
In wUch be Is bound to lose and personal freedoms .... For Special! Exams
IDeS be chastised, u be unconsclooslv In this country art at an an-
UaULJIUiAJl Ala. fiamael O Heal extreme left executive from left and Southeast NEW YORK- (NPI)-Anyone
would like to be. time high. M.E. Kelley regional sales manager a. i '!' I a
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Superficially, be appears to We have lost this sense of. president and general manager of Cltliens Federal Savings an&. far Nabisco. Tbe check was deposited In Cltitens Federal U, for selling mutual funds :
be "rebelling" against society control because our society has Loan Association, Birmingham accepts a check from H.W. part of Nablsco's program to "put some money back Into the In the black community? r
,and doing everything he can become Increasingly disoriented Roth branch manager of the National Biscuit Company division 4 Negro community." Winston E. Alien, president, r .
In Is the Rev. Calvin Woods second la test Services rr
Birmingham Looking on Creative or ,
to violate Its rules. Yet, any dlsortanlaed.. and r
be 1s training men to
observer of hippies cannot help cI1r! e4. Oddly enough It lathe Inc., says r

'.but note the mass standardization very people who live the Spotlight On Sports Nero Tucker Tufts University pass of Securities the National Dealers'Association examine- BRAND NEW
of appearances and most unrestricted lives who ..
: and become registered
Post stun
Attitudes. (What's necessarily complain the mod that society May Wii 1968 VW r
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'rebellious' about long hair?. Inhibits their actions and they By CHARLES J. LIVINGSTON Admits.20 representatives.By .
to self
Wouldn't short hair be who fulfill their obUgatlonswho NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL As preparing men
more
Ky. Miyor Lady Bug
'"rebellious,'' since few people feel free to conduct their livesas Negroe Sti deals mutual funds, the black execu- :
lire hopes to "brldje the gapbetween
I have It? they see fit CARDINALS DOMINATE GLASGOW Ky. (!NPI) CONTINUED: FROM PAGE 7 the tophllt1caledworJelrl '* SEDANAUTOMATIC ;
What the hippie reveals The hippies art unfortunate During the heyday of the New York Yankees, one of the most Leaks J. Twyman, a black
CrouP his uniformly off-beat creatures who fall Into the popular chants among....bIl1lu1 war"Let'sbest the Yanks.". elementary school principal, students be admitted In Wall Street andtlatD.l&bborInr U r

i, appearance 1s his wish to be former category. Poor thlngsl l The Bronx Bombers of Babe Roth, LOB Gehrlg, Joe DIMagfto has a good chance of becomingthe September.More community. rr
art
''part of the very familial andS They art tot really and Mickey Mantle had so dominated baseball that, while they first Negro mayor In the than 200 candidates were Allen's training for programs with two to STICK SHIFT
community group be seems to. "rebelling." but seeking the tamed the respect of all, they likewise reaped the contempt of recent history of the Bluegrass reached; approximately 79 submltttd designed of men but with
reject. warmth, security: and orientation those fans who simply got tired of seeing the Yankees win yearIn state. the necessarycredentials. little four years experience college Intbebuttaess rr

Those who observed the provided by a disciplinedpersonal and year oat. He Is a top contender to serve
hippie-police showdown saw In family, and community Eventually, the Yankees were knocked from their lofty pedestal the remaining 3} 1/2 months Financing: the extra studentsla worll Trainees learn f how to sell
the hippies a paramount craving life. by a combination of stiffened opposition and agate latter of Robert A. Lestenberrys a burden that hasbeen can
to hare It out with the police. Their "rebellion" Is directed afflicting more sluggers and pitchers than the Bombers could term u chief executive: of this accepted by students, faculty mutual funds even from though laU-Umt OItftill' Catlin.Griffin-
This was Interpreted conventionally against their parents tot for draw replacements from their farm system. central Kentucky city of 11,000 staff and trustees alike. get away
Allen asks them to attend
as a manifestation of being authority figures, but for Now, along come the haughty, free-wheeling St. Louis Cardinals persons. Lessee erry resigned More than 600 students hare Jobs. eachSaturday
the hippies' naked aggression falling to exert the parental to take over the spot the Yankees vacated. The Cards art now after a dispute with the local agreed to give op one meal claim for four tU hours weeks and to
f,or U a reflection of their' .discipline children expect winning pennants and World Series with the ease and frequency city council. a week this year turning over for
presumtd high Ideals battling And they are angry at society reminiscent of the once terrible Yankees. According to City Attorney the resultant proceeds toSCAR. do at least. 14 hoursaweekstudying. Volkswagen :

:authority figures. and at public officials not (or As this Is being written the Cardinals of Messrs. Anheuser Joe L. Travis,Twyman appears Some have offered an additional Those who finish the coursetor INC r
The practice of picking blacks being too restrictive, but for Batch BiDe Scboeadlenst" art all set to contest to be legally In line for themayor's one per cent of their $2,300 which there Is no charge 12SO CAST Ilk ST., .
foe positions on the basis of making no coherent demands with the Detroit Tigers for the 'II World Series honor, having Job. But Travis said tuition cost
their blackness puts a psychological on them. 'already' wrapped up the National League pennant for third lit would have to check with About one half of the faculty and pass the NASD test go to U 154.9091.. sr

strain'tm-tht- Mac*... "7et. they:1ieIKd: ''merelyseeking ..time' U fire rearsAnd they ban beet doing It with rtdlemlousMM. <"'"Rate' 'Attorney General John B. .OA the Medford campus cent of volunteered their work salesmen.for Allen's firm U Earl.time W.rVSI '., .. ,.

., He can never be sure why he a return to a mindless BrtcUnrldjt for an opinion. one per
and staff
', Is being accepted. It his. authoritarian rale-laden. In act, at one time this season, there was so much daylight salaries. Other faculty
,ability or color? stifling society. They art too between tbi Cards and second-place San Francisco that U was Michigan Democrats made cash contributions. Out;

:. In any case, each black: person Intelligent for that. What they a foregone conclusion even then that the Redbtrds would wrap professor contributed four per
vWho accepts a position muter seem to want ls the security up the XL dag. Tars how much better the Cardinals art than Naive Negro Chairman cent of his salary. SEAFOOD CENTER
such uncertainty gives up apart belonging to a community which the opposition. GRAND RAP.DSr. Icb.(NPO- The trustees voted to provide
scholarships 144 N MYRTLE AVf PH CL 4 4i
In tuition -
of his dignity, pride and cares for them and .for which So the cry may soon go out to "Stop the Cards/* Just as the Kenneth N. a Black op!to 350.000 for the recruited black
self-confidence to make It. they can demand had been made to "Break op the Yaks However, the Detroit attorney recently was
Make It? Each effort to make AAd their complaint Is against c (or the Cards' scalps may go elected chairman of the Michigan students. GIVE A LOOK BELOW,
It psychologically destroys the society tot for holding them There St Louis team Is geared to remain on top natseltimer State Democratic convention Three new courses, Negro w w..l d..,., a.hey KsusaaM4l
: Racism In American .........,........ .e4. $
'person a little more. A* the down, but for filling to hold several seasons to come.How many depends numerous. actors. after he won popular History -........ =:.....: TROUT
blacks! are destroyed Individually them u Its hands and lift them. First of all, the Bedbirds team Is one of the nest balanced In support from various actions Literature concerned, and with a sociology minority -: .....,.. 6 9 ,
I so 1s his race gradually. .... the history! of modern baseball. Us pitching Is outstanding, with of the party. He was found to, course W.NMgnItt Mil SNA"U
-have been by 3ge
hurlert-41ke ''l'Bob Gibson, control pitchers Larry be acceptable to Blacks and groups- approved 'u.,,,,'" ... 'Ib..
and will be CAtfiSH
'....". the acuity taught
Jester and Nelson BrllM cweballer Steve Carttoo and steady whites, "doves" and Mtlllllevvi
Sp o'tl44'o'td Pjy4310 Ray Wachbura and Dick Hughes-to smother the qyoeltlon. of the Vietnamese conflict this year iiiNwsrleo.lt "

The oSense Is also solid, with sluggers like Orlando "Daby

a > 4 s r e e to N II Bull" Ccpedi, Dal Maxvillt Tim McCarver Lou. Brock and the SISTER BESSIE 4 5 e w.FRESN C
steady hitting of Cart Flood and power hitting Roger Marls, larOla1N'' 5 9
.t Ns leading the way One of these hitters Invariably "gets off," and She will read your entire IUe-pestpressda d """" .. FLOUNDER lb.

then the Cards are chalking up the scores. future; She asks no questions but will tell yoq
". Defensively, the Cards are tops. Flood la centerfield Is given what yon want to know, giving dates and acts of''

a step or two In speed even over the great WUllt Mays, althoughhe business, love health and family affairs. Will
t .. still lacks Willie's overall class. Cut can run Held, hit and help you find lost art Tells you whom you will <
throw. In act, be has one of the best throwing arms In thebuI1De. marry and when. If the one you love ls true, what '.

II 10 vsa ... to do lobe succesafuLWW reunite the separated Tick toCk...tack-took...
Brock 1s a terrific leftfielder with keen Judgment and a fine locate absent friends and relatives, and casehappiness
U a. If a. If sN throwing arm. Al&oagh under 30, he Is U experienced between man and wife Helps makeup
knowledgeable a bftfialder u one can find anywhere. He "has lovers' quarrel Tells If sickness and bad ale Bourbon thatdidIit

to nu a book" on Just about every hitter coming to the plate. luck art natural enemies, or U there is an evil
Marls also gives the Redbirds vast experience In rlghtfleld. Influence. Does not teU to please you,but will tell the truth. One,
ssa .. sa The old pro of the team, he once was Yankee fence buster, and visit will repay you for disappointments in all others. She will watch the clock!

therefore knows how to guard his position against sluggers. read your life like an open book but also help yon out of your
a II rW :Le4e : McCarver behind the plate reminds one of Roy Campanella In TROUBLES. Come and see why you are so unhappy when
his prime, although not U good. Ukt Roy Tim can throw with everything seems to go wrong. Why be sad and downhearted
.0 :: pinpoint precision from a. squatting position,and Is a fine handler sick and worried when yon can be helped and everything made
of pitchers. clear by consulting THIS GIFTED MEDIUM. Everybody wel OLD
144 M Cepeda Is not the best of glovemea at first, but be Is seasoned come. NO MAIL ANSWERED. I make no boost calls. Du m't

and knows how to field the position. He Is particularly adept at mistake the address. SISTER BESSIE Is located north of
& getting the ball back to the second baseman when he Is on the Callahan on U.S. II. 1/J milt from City of Callahan Florida. CHARTER

.. ;: \4. lead end of a double play. Phone: 879-2250.
-&... Javier Is tremendous af a fielder at either,second or short. He WATCH FOR. HER SIGN IN FRONT OF HOUSE Across the street' Kfntudnt" Finest Bourbonsnlllll
also covers a great deal of territory and possesses an accurate from SPORTSMAN MOTEL
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throwing arm. Open dally from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.. Including Sundays.
";" ...6. Shannon knows his hot 12.00
way fully around the spot and Is especially THIS,CUPPING ENTl'rLEO'OUTOA$5.ooREA.DlIfGIor
"VV: good at fielding bunts.Gibson .

X: \ Is king of the Re Llyds' mound staff In all baseball, YOU III'T lAjfE TO fi6 TO TOWN TO (U t
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there Is
--='- BO pitcher JacbJding the Giants' Juan Marlcnil-with
better control. AId his endurance Is also second to none.o .
ACROSS 30. Not good. U. Color of 12. Kind ofjacket > the final and of the 13 Series and M
deciding game again lit
mullet
not ** some eqIe. S
1. Fish caught tat 67 Series Gibson LOW PRICESDRUG 7,1Q
31. SId aunace. 16. Capital of was throwing Just U bard In the ninth
off I/HIM-
Inning he la the flrst Besides
ana coast S2O1<1 sailor 50. Augment. Inn J U was he has tremendous
7. Excellent 33- Chow and DOWN 21. Fuel. courage and competitive spirit foldrtWptTsaunas :
13. One rations. 1. Fine river %2. Static-free To put It another way, "Bob Is Jut something else,. STORE NEEDSTrade
muted fish-35. note fish. radios. Kelson Belies can apeD Gibson la accuracy on his good days
Inc smack. $100), 2. No time at 23. Weighted and faster, Hughes Carlton and Washbora are all fine and
14. Lack of red 36. Kind of all. when string onflihing. frpeartablt starters who can go all the way and excels any "
blood. pickle. gillneU given day.Finally with Your Neighbor hood Drug StoreWE
15. Fly fishing 38 Somewhat 3. Picture 24. Impro- WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADV., IN YOUR LOCAL
the Redbirds have speed to bun. With an average Y
device that section.vised.
cuckoo. PAPERS. We deliver. We also fin all Doctors
Prescriptions.:
baa spring 40. Author of BuuIaD 25. Names. age of 30, the Cards can rat any team to death. The speed
retrieving Virginia Image. :26. A fixed merchants art Brock and Flood bat Carver, Javier Shannon
setup (2 wooU play I..Keepsake fight and MaxrUte also can: tan on the Jets.
n.Sk* lL Type 01 6. This makes 28. Flah egg* There Is one capsule word for the all-around class of the
honey- etUor you an 29. Be In debtexpert .Canflnils-savvy-and Iff a quality the other teams In both Dixie Pharmac
34. Sault
comb.UT .- leagues will .have. to reckon with for many years to come. The
; A : 42 Sail --r Ion 7. Boat canMarie
Bound.Abbr. ( lighting .... 37. French reason Is simple:
a ship). /I.Our partarticle. Not only Is the Cardinals' parent team loaded with young talent 1312 KINfiS IOAI IT MYRTLE
U. Extreme 44. Small sails net Sam. 39. Faucet hot Us minor league affiliates art Just u loaded.

20. Part degree of fish up front .. For each. 40. Partly open. Even the players on the Cards'miaor league teams are matured Phil 353-555)
ice 45. Lure with 10. A time to 42. Broken.rLdeuw competitors, beaus while other aujor league clubs art forced
several keep your down ship
to raltbelrfarmeprematirelyIksBedhtrdsasoperste steadily
hooka.boatt. wits about 43. Eye the PAY YOOI UfilT lATE All
ueaka Bay .with Its current parent outfit ,
47. High octJOU. girls. The future looks for the and bleak for the
.27. Any air gel. 11. Nothing, to ... Position of rosy ,Cardinals: : '
..1 craft. 48. "11. French goU ball opposition. :..
TEIEPIONE IILLS AT III STelE
There Is no question about It: The Cardinal art 4omJDat1Dr "uer. i.PlOOf.c tll msauMaausica..IOWWNieU.fie' .
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I : Ezzard Charles Will Be Honored By Boiling Greats On October 27 In Chicago\




toxins Friends Will Gather In Archie Moore And Ezzard .Charles- A&T StateCited Fort Villey State College .


City To Aid lit Setting Up Fvri! Opposes AN elli September 28 "


SeVen world boxing champions and t'Dost of top!' names la the. The Fort .
ForExcellence Valley State College "Wildcats" under the direction.of
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sport field bin agreed to attend the "Eturd Coarles Day Head Coach
L.J. Lomax will Its 1968 football season '
open on
Benefit Luncheon" October 27, at the nilnols Brotherhood of soil
foreign against the Alabama State "Hornets"
Electrical Workers (IBEW) Hall 5247 W. Madison, Chicago Alabama, on September 28. Montgomery
Charles, who was world heavyweight boxing champion front
1949-51, has lived In Chicago for the last few years, and works'In The ""Wildcats" will be out to of Llthonla. Coach Lomax also
youth programming for the Chicago Commission on Youth better their 4-'I-g season expressed that last ,ear" all-

WeUie GREENSBORO, N.C.-Foot record of last year by making conference guard Kenneth
Presently Estard Is undergoing tighter. He alien had to give ball programs, produced by a bid to put the skids under Simon and tackle Willie Street

therapy for "anthroplc- up pounds or points In money ; P AliT State University during their opening day nemesis foithe are looking exceptionally good,

laterlal -sclerosis", a to get a fight. the 1967 football season, were past three seasons. They along with the other returning
condition which has somewhat Joe Louis retired 1949 from 'cited for editorial excellence: will have to do It without the veterans.

Impaired mobility In his legs. his long and glorious reign as at the recent annual convention services of such key personnel The "Wildcats"will be looking

Police Officer John McMannls, world heavyweight boxing> of. College Sports Information as NAIA ranking and second to Pro-prospect. : and second-

sponsor of the luncheon, Is a champion. Euard Charles won Directors Association(CoSIDA) team offensive all-conference year man at calling signals,

1ag-tlme friend of Charles,and the title June 22, 1949 In Chi held at Chicago. back Walter Rittenbery. who David Talton, to pave the way
a collector of famois fight cage's Comlsky Park, in a The AlTpubllcatlonsre rushed-for over 900 yards last and help bring the replacements

films. McMannls says his Intention three wty elimination tourney totted "honorable mention In year as a freshman, speedster along Talton also has excellent

In sponsoring the benefit with "Jersey" Joe Walcott and Division. H of the national Mose Lane, and defensive back speed and ability at defensive

Is to establish an Essard Gus Lesnevitch. Lesaevltcnhao "; contest In a Ue with those pro Cecil Hood. AD men are lost cornerback. His veteran play

Charles Fond. previously refused to fight him, r.=-<_ 't/ ';, ( .,..a duced by Northeastern University. for the season. at both positions along with the
Eturd Charles was born InlIZlInLlwrucnU1er. alleging Charles wasn't good : r Rutgers University of New Coach Lomax feels be has return of flanker Tommy Willis

.. enough .., t;t.1' : Brunswick, N.J. was the, some fine talented freshmen who caught 24 passes for 419

Later, his family moved to As the heavyweight champion, Iii.. ......... Division winner. In backs Kelley Dawsey, Perry yards last year, will prove
Cincinnati, Ohio, where ht Charles had eight successful i. Richard E. Moore, sports Information Hula Little, Ft. Valley; vital to the "Wildcats" efforts.
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started boxing at age IS. title defenses. Including two POST RING REMATCH Their boxing careers over bat their friendship IUD continuing director at oUT,who Richard Rill, Newnaa; Henry, this year.The .
Charles says his boxing style famous rematches with Walcott, ex-Heavyweight and Light heavyweight champions Eturd Charles (fight) and Archie Moore edits the programs received, Harris, Miami, Flat; and lineman "CatsV will Journey to

earned him a Dumber of fancy and one with Bernle Reynolds, clasp hands In a friendly poal-ring meeting In Chicago recently. Moore, now a representative notification of the citation last Ray Ford, ThomasvUle; Griffin, Ga., October 5, to tussle

names, the most popular of and a number of other con of the Boy Scouts of America, is one of a host of et-rtag champions, including former week from Frank E. Walter, 230-pound center Charles' the Clark College "Pan
which were "'Jbt Slasher",and tenders. heavyweight king Joe Louis, who will participate la a benefit luncheon for "1a'' In Chicago U.S. Mlliatry Academy, West Beattles, Newnan; Arthur Reed, thers" In the Annual Textile
"The Cincinnati Cobra". The In 1950 Charles fought and October 27. Charles heavyweight champ from 1949.5t,1s currently undergoing therapy Point, N.Y., chairman of the LaGrange; 260-pound tackle Classic to try to settle last
on ,
names came, Charles sayi,because beat the aging Joe Louis, who for .multiple sclerosis in Chicago where he now lives Others attending the benefit will 1968 CoSIDA Awards Committee. Robert Kllgore, Monroe; and year's lJ-lt tie.Alert .

he seemed to "cut" at was trying to make a comeback. Include ez-champ: Muhammad AIL_Rocky Marclano and Tony Tale. NPI Photo glS-pomld tackle Gus KllgoreBCC
his opponents rather than punch He later lost the title In 1951

at them. He was a lean and In a match with Walcott.B..D Fourteenth Aiml Filr Wildcats Set For Morris Brown Wolverines

:: aggressive, mcnanclng fighter 1952-54 Charles

who could take a good punch fought Rocky Marciano,w'lolltd Scene Of Many Featires
and still keep coming after his. taken the title from Walcott,

opponent la unsuccessful attempt to JACKSONVILLE Greater Jacksonville's: Fourteenth annual 1 1/1/Illlllltt111I/1111/IMtDO//tHlNllltlliNI/11-ro,.we, w.r www.eww.e+ ,w.,. ,.wr.u ewees ww:+ +awr. eMe ,. 2i, !Mwrw JJSi*,ii !i,1iic irneiiuienwunuriimiinniiiuni,weww r rrer.w ,w e+...,.r-wm.wrw.. wewr..r..wtwwwwww. enw-r.rr. { .

In 1939 things began to happen regain the title. There were Fair, an ever roving event that Is North Florida's luged'tgrknlanl Iw ,Mwrw-. w M-M ww ww w .vw.w Iwtwn w A r M s e w r r-w F w. *wrw.IF1 .w 11.ww. wwww.=.w 1r

for Vim, says Charles, He, other fights too, butthingrannear and Industrial presentation, will be held October ,
woo the Cincinnati I Golden the lame as la the good 16-Z61D the Gator Bowl and Coliseum. -.www. 1 w.r.
Cloves the Chicago Golden old days. ... r {
Actually, several shows loans provide their "YtghtyYidrtr'rd r
Gloves, and several other Ettard Charles "retired" la and with several outstanding modern rides and shows: .

"local" tourneys helots 1956, but attempted comeback side features,the Greater Jacksonville : An extensive military( exhibit
winning the National AAU and two years later. The comeback' Fair drew 423,241 will feature all branches of the 1 1

the Natloaal Golden parse: attempt was ans cetl.fIII. Age, visitors last year.Fair officials armed services.Gigantic s.{ i ,
Shortly afterwards, he became and that loss of the quickness pointing to previous annual free fireworks displays 1 ,
a profesiloasl boxer. of movement that accompanies s s
are planned three
growth and this year's ambitious { '
World War brought Ettard's It, began to show la his fighting. program, hope to exceed evenings, October 16, 19 and i t I I1t.

professional boxing career lhUi' But the name of "Estard a half million paid visitors JJ.

a temporary na@. He Joined Charles" was still a big draw during the 11 days.Competitors Morocco Shrine Temple will

Army, and served as a track In I960 Eturd retired from and visitors como primarily provide opening night festivities.

driver, and In the Special Services 'boxing for good, and took upwrestling. from eight North Florida Including: a parade and L a.
for 27 months In Norn lie wrestled mostly counties. band concert as part of the j

Africa, Sicily, and on the Italian la Canadi "but never got a "Big DIm.." will Include ribDon-cutttillg ceremonies.

mainland. 'There were very few real break." Disgusted with Arthur Godfrey and his famous A queen contest, a boat show,

opportunities for boxing the sport after a few months, horse "Goldle" and the Inter three high schools and one college n.a ,,
matches daring those days and after receiving frequent tt we : ::i.i:: 'HW. .. ". "
nationally-known clown, football: game are also '' )... ;:?IC': _
Charles recalls. pleas from his family to coma Emmttt JC.Ulr., "The Clown listed on a packed activities The Bethune-Cookmaa College Wildcats will meet the Morris dry, Ala.; Roosevelt Cooper. Miami; Timothy Wallace, Delray.

Charles began fighting as a home, Ettard gave and settled Prince of Pantomloe": awe Brown College Wolverines, Atlanta, la the season's opener Stanley Phillips, Pompano; Walter frailer.. Waochala; Albert

middleweight In 1948. and la New York. Another attraction will be Last Year's reu-atteodtd at Daytona Beach: Saturday bight September U at I p.m. The Wright, Miami. Third row, from left, are: Larry Hill, Daytona< ,
moved up to Ughtheavy !la 1941. la 1965 Ettard went to work Jonny Rivers and his diving General Motors "Cinesphere". Wildcats thorn above from left to right front row William Beach: ; Emory Blake, Sanford; James Peterson, Daytona Beach?,
la 1949, be earned his first for the Chicago Commission oa male act which will will be returned but with t. Winter Haven Willie
perform McMillan. Pompano; Jimmy Jackson, Jacksonville: ; Alvla Wyatt Alvla Copeland, Atlanta;; Couell Fiord ;
position as a heavyweight. By Youth Welfare. At first! he did several times the mid new film.la Walters Newark
daily on Jacksonville,; l4mtml'GriotlbmptnoChwlsWrlghtEfattiop? ; Benjamin, Bell C1a t. Sylvester NJ.j
,fee time the Korean fracas' all kinds of public relations. ..,. addition, the Greater Jut Ronald Rill. r.Beacb; Anthony Grlsby, Dtln,; VrmC, Nathaniel Ross. Atlanta; Ronald MUton, Punta Gorda; Charles
broke but, be .was a "sharp" CONTINUED OK PArfc I \ Blue Grass Shows will acala CONTINUED ON PACE 11 Hardaway, :; Atlanta; Charles Branch Davis, Pompano, 'Willie Hannah Leesburp; William Player,

I Daytona Beach; James Berry, D lray; Winston Mack: Marietta, Miami Back row, from left are: Charles Brooks, Homestead

t r Ga| Samuel Anderson- Poapaat-: Second row, from left,am PM Mautty Moore? BrooksvUle Johnny Allen, Winter Park;.
Charles Barnes, Ft Laudtrdale; Alfred Hayward Jacksonville: ;, Johnny Ofr, Miami. John Smith, St. Petersburg; Ronald Black- ,

Sylvester Davis, Pompano; Ralph Wise, Miami; Tracy Noble, shear, Miami; Alfonso King, Marietta,Ga;EnestSwlft,Apopka'
Ft. Pierce; William Rivers. Klsslmmie. ; James Low. Pbenlx Charles Walker, Belle Glade; Elijah Richardson, Moultrle, Ga:


Fall's __ Tips AboutFOOTBALL Snitb


Your Good Health Fellows loll


Altbouch footbaU U considered
Finest M excellent "chancier SANDLOT rOOTIAU As Director
bulldM" tor youths It tea result
to bodily impairment U a Thanks to good coaching: and games there It less pressure GREENSBORO, If.C.-AJbtrt

boy U not in good phyilcalcondition. team doctors, football has become on your son to overexert la aa E. Smith, former AIT and pro-
Secure roadiee4clMimnoe a relatively safe gadso effort to win.Oa essl baseball star has
from your doctor to- < high school ,
and sandlot
college the other hand,
fore been appointed acting athletic
allowing child to
Suits your students, but what about the football accounts for about 22 l:
not* In this rough contact director: at the 11III VI r aIty.
o boys who play ftTlM cent of all deaths Incurred
sport. Also make oeruin h* football per Smith, 34, will succeed Dr. :
hM the Mceuary equipment- These boys are usually younger in this game. B you are a father William M. Bell who resigned'.
., wr helmet, shoulder, hip, thigh and ban no coach: oo team. and want to protect your last month to position
accept a
Ad knee pd, and ehots- Furthermore they have lootbtU mlldtd from becoming
usually son
w to afford maximum protection. at Iowa State University.Smith's .
k no protective oqulpmeat. a casualty, you can
engaging in this sport awuslgnmentDeetme
.. arc Schwobilt's new worsteds 'R r # : ado id play in group of similar Sandlot football has one advantage perform a valuable service by: effective September 15.
J" slat and nee. over organised school coaching the players whenever "I wouldn't trade places with

I and Embassy worsted-silks you can find the tint Teach anybody la the world. ," said
:
your son how to relax and roll Smith
after being Informed of
to prevent Injury when.he Istackled.
his appointment as AiTs athletic
Teach liny when be U
J #' director. '.1 think that this
waiting to catch die ball to
( > / Male attire takes on a new dimension assume a Hexed postion and.to Is u opportunity that anyone'
la place would be
my grateful
., <
I lean forward with his knee "
k | of elegance Scbwobllfs: handsome FaD tattle ,' bent but not rigid. Teach him for.
Smith has been serving as
*< to keep his bead up at all lima
'
'r r director of the Memorial
There are rich worsteds..unbellevably la the absence: of a coach: Student
Union at ALT since

,f'r : luxurious worsted-silk blends..and !la r' c :r the sandlot players usually If skip 1966. He will continue la that
-
prt gtme warmup. they
;
position, la addition to serving
I Y
,. are not la prime physical condition -
u athletic director.
Weitylespreterredbymmoftlltgea..tndUloatltadi! this Increases their,
,
Smith
was bora In Sioux Falls,
otherwise! Wa've your favorite 196!-69 susceptibility to disabling S J>., but grew up la the South-
1 So aceJ
eDt.. Boys who have bad
side of Chicago.
:. )fl. fabric shades la solids., plaids, stripes rheumatic heart disease should Recruited AATby Dr.Bell,
not Indulge In any kind of contact he
wu a star first baseman
J' and ibark 1nl. sport If your son 1s la for the
checks, hopsacks Aggies from 1953-53,
q lY this class, you should Impress rhea
f ALT won three consecutive : -
"
M
:; upon him the need to respect
i #a A glorious selection..at Schwobilt's CIAA championships.
.
,F ,, y limitations. Smith
signed a bonus contract
., ., low, maker-laweuet prices.from Sandlot football should be restricted with the St. Louis Cardinals
to touch football
\ 'I .; .i la 1956 then served as u
eS because tackling Is the chief
r officer In the
: U.S. Army Medical
; > source of Injury la boys who
Service Corps at Fort Sam
1 do sac ose the at Dc! rd'pro:, Huston, Tex.

AN UTA tectlve: gear. On the sandlot, While In the Army. Smith led,:
i the players should sneakers
wear
-
; r In 1955, and played! one season
rather than elated shoo; with Fadukoah. Ky. (Class C
K they wear glasses,they should .team tai lCItt1 .
... League.)
5295 have safety lenses or wear a
4. ,'1 .Smith was named to theleague's :
: : protective mss Helmets are '
,
All-Star team but
t returned
not advisable
; 1 but if one player
: to ALT la the tall, Be
wears a helmet all players
,
\ fQnrl1n'Sl'Arrive \ should! wear one. Above all. received: a degree la physical

;' SPORT COATS SLACKS JACKETS FURNISHINGS ACCESSORIES x l any helmet worn la football education: from ALT la June
i.\r.o. then
,1956. served as an officer<
should be a regulation helmet
with la the UJS. Army Medical Service'Corps
i and DOt a dime store costume
A Great Name in ClothingSchwobilt t.\M
DIAN1115" at Fort Sam
the Smooth .. ,
,"..' .. .L.... type helmet. Houston;Tex.
-rus-- 'eMwnrswwneu In spite of all precautions
J; '!a Canadian.Seagram'sVO} = =::: ; some Injuries are sure to occur.4: White la the Army Smith led

Most of them will be slight, but the Fort Sam Houston post

/ yrr\ r' :!: your son must be taught not to team to la two the straight 4th Army championships Tourna
/ assume u attitude of false
'Canadlan.CQu&" 11115'- bravery and continue to play went Smith was scheduled to

A {5 Known by thecompany after !be Injured. Even If the resume his career with the St
Louis chain, but was forced to
Injury Is slight, be should remain -
Itl I
Charge oo the sidelines retire because of a knee Injury.
Suits the South v < until his
,
', Following Us
i from
discharge
.t' I it keeps. condition .can be,properly .
'
/'v ,DOVVNIOV/N CEDAR HILLS STORE RECENCY'iv evaluated. the sentee. Smith served.

,'. ... .'"'" ION. LAURA STRICT CtOAR HILLS SHOPPING RICINCY SQUAll .... t* a physical education director
I ,':t.-n-" CPIN 'TIL S CENTIROPIN OPIN I It TO 9 Nllstir Rtf! for the city of Chicago and tprognm

y FRIDAY' NICHT 10 TO t IVIRY DAY VtRY DAr 'CMMiM.nMi-stuciu num.iu run MI .M i mor picot MIUM o0,tr t secretary for the
tats Cltsi let. 5th
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Jacksonville High Football Teams Are Set For Struggles For Tops : I





Hairy Dyer, Bluest Rentui FAHU's Johfsoi And FAMU's Gilbert Teems Will Vie With Each Other !

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LOS ANGELES C l1t. Henry Dyer "big man" of the Ram '. Coming football schedules: and victories cast their shadows *

running backs,\ U among that group of i players maintaining a 't over' the grass. Jacksonville teams have keyed themselves,under ,4

nervous balance between the regular and reserve sQuads their coaches, into knowing that victory: comes by prowess. '

At 230 pounds be Is the largest reserve squad so that theRams I Some schedules are presented here. ,.:..
ball carrier of the team's current might reactivate Ducky: Pope. Butler; October ll.Qulncy Butler; November IS, Galnes- ''1

crop of running backs but List season he was again the \ Parramore; October It, vile, Lincoln; November 22, ;,"
after two seasons with the fourth-best ball-carrier during Stanton; 25, Daytona, Camp Vocational; November 28, Gilbert ..

Rams he has never carried the the pre-season games and his' bell; November lSanford, (a:30 p.m) at Gilbert. _..
tan once: in' a Leap game average was exceeded: only by Grooms; November 8, Gilbert; Butler: September 21, Qulncy,

To Dyer who was drafted Lei Josephson. But he hurt a November' 15, Ocala: Howard. Parramore; September 25, Vo- :,:
fourth in 1968 after building knee in the Cleveland contest November 22, Gainesville Un- eatlonal; October 5, Raines oil
a carer u a Or ambling fullback: and it never fully healed Be S coln.:! October 11, Gilbert; October .;
second only to that of the redoubtable spent the entire League season y .. Stanton Vocational: September 18, (Gainesville Lincoln, October ,,,

Tank Younger this with the Inactive: group After IS, Butler; October 4, St. Augustine 25, Fernandlna, Peck; Noti.
Is a discouraging: fact: of life further examination last winter Murray; October 10, vember 1, Stanton November ,

and he hopes his performance disclosed a cyst In the knee be Fernandlna Beach, Peck; October 7, Waycross: ,Center;November .;,
during recent weeks will finally underwent surgery and now says 23, Hastings; October 31, 22,. Live Oak, Douglas; Novemt t,
Up the scales la his favor. he.. U once more In perfect 4 Gilbert; November 9, Ocala: ber 29, Ocala, Howard. ;,
His efforts hare drawn warm condition. Howard and No1'tmt.rUStIII- Gilbert: September 20, Belle

words of praise from coach Yet the specter of failure stin1 -rte. ton. Glades, Lake Shore; October 2, '>t

George Allen. haunts him. "It's a bad feeling Stanton High (New): October Brunswick, Rlsley; October 11, "
But Henry still remembers to come so close and then not '3, Ocala: Howard; October 10, Butler; October 16,Qulncy, r
the dark days of lieS and '67. make it," he said. Daytona, Campbell; October 17, ''Parramore; October 25 Sanford ;

As a rookie be was fourth In "I am certain I can succeed: Savannah, Beach: ; November' I.Kid'Gnilln Croomstctober; si. Voeatlonal +st
Ram rushing through the preseason if I get enough work. However ; November' 8, Runes

and remained on the we have a lot of running backs Of Bolo November 15 Palaika,Central; .._,
squad through the first eight on the squad and everyone ex*. LY- November' ii, Stanton (I p m. ,
games, but his efforts were cept Tommy Watkins has been GB). ",
Flee
confined to running back fire on the active: or Inactive posterfor Pinch F ne Team names ares Raines, Valiant
kickoffs for 61 yards. Thereafter three YaWns of < Vikings Coach Ear JCJtr
seasons. 2 r
i ice' ; 44
a. + Kid Gavllan. two decades ago
he was relegated to the. course, U aIIYeD.'IU'1'eteraa chlngs, Record: 8-1-1; Stanton v
famous for his bolo punches
,
from the Browns and Lions. Vocational: Coach.,*
Hero Cricket They all hare as much pro is BOW an exile and broke. The Charles GroverRecor&' 2-8-0, ,,
landed shores of
experience u I hare, some i"It Kid on the Stanton Senior, Blue Devils, ..fc
Pilfer Passed lot more. t America last week, under the Coach Jlmmle Johnson,Record, 4?

I get to play, I hare a good' These two FAMO footballers, Alonso Gilbert and Benny Johnson Johnson was a winner of the Willie Gilmore Memorial Scholar- assumed eater name of GerardoGon- ,-,-0; Butler Falcons, Coach e/k

IN Tern's ToirLONDON chance. If I don't-/' his voice will play big roles In FAMtTs contests this year. Both are &to la his freshman season. The former boxer la 42 years Alvla a: White, Record, S-3-0;; ,.
trailed off at the prospect: of seniors from Miami and are riving Coach Galther full support Gilbert, Coach NatenleiWub
old. He arrived virtually unnoticed -
Cricket U Dot too another season on the reservesquad. ington, Record, 8-1-2.
at Miami from VmLA -
I 'widely knonw in America. But "Sure, It can get discouraging --- -------------.IItI. "...!.. ....... ..
,;ale: rejection of t Negrocricket but I could never Is r------------------------ dero, "' :r"r.r oror, 't' .'

,player Basil D'Ollvelra, one of give It up. 1 love" the game too Albany College I <:t
England's best, has canted: re- much.'' WE TAKE DEALS OTHERS REFUSE '.
,
;:percussions.t Henry ls a power runner,
skinned and not II."I'.J NO \\' ITI G-rmOIT APPROVED ON SPOT! t
brown
DoU.1a rather than a taacy"artut. Re
: SurprisesALBANY ,.,......... !
Full Of AS LOIY.M) "
too weU favored in his homeland hits hard with good speed, andwhen
: of apartheid South Africa be Is tackled be will PROS EYING ASKE
;:Be was left off the agenda for: usually spin for a' yard or' Ca.-1)00'weep for Bobby Lee In his maiden usual DALLAS(HPT)-Arthur Ashes gree.tplayingla winning the $195 down :
.:the Marleybone Cricket Club's two extra. "1'd prefer to runaround 'as head football mentor at Albany State College where optimism first UJ. Open Tennis Championships recently may result la :

South Africa Tour '.m," he grins, "but and enthusiasm Is apparent everywhere. Increasing pressure on him to become a professional. Bob

,;; The London: Times remarked most fullback plays go up the Blessed with 22 returning lettermen Gavera David at 1-10. 210, Briner, executive director World Championship Tennis, Inc., HURRY HURRY .A
,;:that this was a most' unusual middle. so 1 have to run over' and a bountiful freshman spearheads the offensive front declared recently that his group Is Interested in making Asbe, .
':decision. What Is the reason? em..' crop, Lee In his Initial interview watt. He teams with either Jerry of Richmond(, Va., a pro but wont pressure him to leave the .,
Dolly's batting average warhlgher He ran over 'em so consistently following his sudden Richardson I.', 245, or WUllam amateur ranks until January. Asbe 1s the top 0*. Davis Cup star, 65 BUICK RIVIERA $2395
this year than that of d If II e his four-year elevation Into the bead coaching lift, i-IO. 205, at guard;; and the challenge: round of that competlon won't be completed until All CIIIIIN'raw'I\, ...ft Ntll Of our CI "''''". ..

any other player In the quite college career at Gambling shoes vacated by Obis O'Neal Eric No slog, ..ll.ISO. and some time U January. 68 TEMPEST COUPE $2595

Important Test Match with that he scored Jit po1.DIIlDd after 17 years, said, "We're either froth Robert Russ, 1-1. rrctM1v *1 r i tttMiM*. G
t't.
Australia. He is widely known gained t.lll yards 1,015 lit going to surprise a lot people 235, or Reginald Forbes '.1, TITLE DEFENSE : AiMAt fcr*. -
u a useful "change bowler." his senior year alone. la one because: we're going to be ready 240 at tackle, and Mike McDonald PITTSBURGH-(NPQ-Welterweight boxing champion Curtis 64 CADILLAC SEDAN DEVILIE $1795

The Dally Mirror called the game be rolled up 114 yards. .to play the game from one end 8-2, 233 at the pivots Cokes will defend his title In New Orleans, October 21, against LL' / (11II11', son awn. .MAYr.t., 'u'c e
omUslon "despicable: ;affair. The Rams sent"Tank"Younger of the field to the other;' A year ol experience as a Ramon LaCrus. aa Argeatl tan with a record of 98 wins in 101 r
Dolly aid: "This U wLat I down to look him over and became There 1s a real new esprit de with everyone back la the fold bouts south of the border but who has never fought la the United 67 MERCURY COUGAR $2195 :'
hare lived for. To go. there back; with a glowing report corps oa the field this year as makes the defensive secondaryone States. Louisiana promoter Lou Messina said be and the managers vt..p/,0..N

knowing I would play on grounds : "He cant miss." the Ram rr14Upt.ra.DtaeODfor.., area where! Lee hat noworry. of both fighters "closed the deal during the recent 49th annual .66 TORONADO .. $2995 I,
where before 1 could only sit That 1s Dyer's, dilemma' to the strict and rigid routine Co rich, u putter of convention of the World Boxing Aescci ticn. "" '
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tJ"Jllr&:?\t"9n =.;= { : c" _
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wife ay sandwiches a confined -, iial qalU-iwre a hit,'either/ set by'l.e,*wb Us prevent. tact,is b talent hero that the *'! /rl
area.. I know that many 'But be faces'UII future with be quite'a taskmaster'la his Rams''teaching staff has even GRIFFITH SIGNS 68 CHEVY IMPALA SPORT CPE .$2995

la South Africa wlU be sharingmy )hope and determination. I'll new role of head coach. "We ',considered looking at corner- P1LILADELPHIA-NP1)-Es.middlenlght champion Emlle vi. eutooeK. "... sic CNlft""Uoty' .....

disappointment.! keep giving U all I have.Joseph are going to be the best conditioned back Willie Dixon aa AU- Griffith of New York has signed to meet Philadelphia's Stanley 68 PONTIAC TEMPEST CPE $2995
Apartheid Sooth Africa: sighed son made It big his fourth team on the field even American: candidate, c tu.. (Kitten) Hayward the No. 7-raaked welterweight contender In ,
Dolly would have made South season. Maybe I can la my U we are less !talented," Lee A speedster who will also a 10-round bout, October II. Since Griffith Is a full-fledged ,&5ttv .'r.r..r.fty! *U'0MA'1C. ""'III siiseiM.

Africa lose. third." pointed out.Heading work on the specialty units middleweight, the tight contract stipulated that both fighters must 66 UICI. LESABRE $1995
the list of and 155 ( less) for the bout. Hayward 1s a big
returning running back punts kicks weigh pounds or
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MIMA"'oti''wn. ,'e-I. +6. :
/ f0"t \\.r.rl'ff.
lettermen are AU-Americaa Dlxon, a junior, 1s rated a local favorite.REVERSE !
Seven Players On candidate, tackle Joe Walker; bonaflde .:i;-star. He teams

a I-I. 255 pounder; defensive opposite Roosevelt Richardson: INTEGRAT10.XGRAMBUNG R. S EVANS
backs Ken Carter and Willie a soph, at the other corner 1.&. (HPT) GrambUng College recently
Dixon; offensive guard Genre and Ken Carter and Charlie Integrated Its athletic program by signing Us first white athleteto
Morgan State Team David; quarterback AlltaPoiasel Crapps or Charles Ray at the a football scholarship. He 1s 170-pound "roll-out quarter

; linebacker Jimmy, safety posts. Carter, a Junior tack James Gregory, of Corcoran, Calif., who 1s serving hisspprentlcedolp'vm 3rd & MAIN
King; defensive tackle All who led the SEAL with nine er GrambUng's AU-Americu quarterback

Denmark and split end Sylvester Interceptions In '87. will be in James Harris. KL: 4-&111' OPEN: 1U I';3d; P,M, Kl: ,H'UI'1!
Cited For Scholarship Blng. the deep position. Newcomers
The defensive secondary 1s the Lactose Davis of Tampa Fie

bright spot la the glowing and Jimmy Sellers of Atlantaare
C BALTIMORE, Md. -Seven players on the MorganState College picture, while obvious gaps lathe pressing for recognition !IIfI1Itii9 fall '63
*Football Squad which has a 28-game winning streak have been offensive line andairunaing in the talent-Udea secondary. our greyhound racing

cited for scholarship by earning places on the second semester back must be plugged up U but Walker, at ... 255. will In-

honor Roll with a "B" or better average. season's poor 3 and 8 slate Uto herb the swesometaakoiftitngthe MS1Watch season opens monday **>>
Charles "Chick" Harrison ,
wlanlng honorable media be bettered. big shoes of Frank Brown,
the starting quarterback, each. were Ronald Grant, tackle; and The cloud over the abaUabIIItJor now with the Dallas Cowboys.
the list of Bears la scholarship, Robert Smith, guard. term Melvla,who 1s fighting If be performs up to his':

followed closely by another Morgan opens its nine-game the academics, causes doubt lathe capability, the Rams' defense
quarterback, David Freeland 'schedule September 28 in strength of the Rams' run- should again be formidable. This T
Others In order with a "B"or
log The It .p0aD4)uD1or)
game.
Yankee Stadium, NYC, against
better average are: MarkWashington from Statesboro Ga trim and FurteeithAdel Chu2i5112
Grambling (La.) In the First ,
defensive back had
;
Invitational Football Classic. quick once again, been
Harold Bell, 285-pound tackle; The sponsored by the counted on u the "big back"lathe
classic Fur
Will Brooks, 205-p ouad
Football Coaches Foundation Rams' offense. He was ex-
fallback; An Person, 215- in cooperation with P. Ballan-, peeted to' team with Ron CONTINUED FROM PAGE 12 42-IS-1'
pound end and Henry Whltaker,
; McGregor a 175-pound soph
tIDe and Sons Is for the benefit
sonvllle Fair officials are busy
defensive back. or the New York Street Academies from Miami Fla., who may be

students Close behind with these a top"C"ranking plus .storefront schools for, the in 4SC most history t&lintedotfensivetnck and certainly shaping livestock their show always In the prominent Gator 'a'I [.7L1Tef h1T11sTaM.MT
dropojts.Wkrle:
Bowl their Craft Fine Arts
average are Robert Rooks defensive the fastest In recent )'tar,. l
and Bobbles Show In the
halfback Eugene Neal,
; "This kid gives our offense
halfback; Charles Jamleson.' Qitrfeifcick -some dash," Lee said. "He Coliseum, thelrladastrlai !1- 32 14
Vincent exhorts In the Cater BowL *M
defensive and
guard can trigger the outcome of game
Rothaoa, backer. Signs WiftGnabling with one quick dash and U be their Commercial exhibits andHorticulture I 21341Sometimes
Head Coach Earl Banks calls can get past that front line or : Show, both la tNSpecial ; eouuM wirfwv M reoor.cim..'Oat ounu alit to.IOu iv U,.n.
Coliseum. He's rJpSometimesHe's
these men members of the around watch otdi"However !
a corner,
Coaches' AO-Scholastic Team. Squad should Melvin be Fair days Include down. Be Adds: Subtracts,
.
Shrine He works it all around.
Day on opening night,
ruled the Rams will
GRAMBL1NG Ineligible
Turf La. James
Artificial MayBe Wednesday, October 16; Senior
Gregory a 170-pound quarterback "likely go with Atlanta Ron Woods;;;lor a. Citizens Day. Sunday, October 1422SSCOMifO Tick-tock..tick'tock...
from Corcoran Calif,
Used On Gridirons "WoodsOe has Improved a lot and 20. Merchants' Dsy Monday, ATTRACTIONSS
Is the first white athlete signed "tetober 21; and Armed Forces the Bourbon thatdidrit
to a football scholarship at will help u, Lee added. Behind ,
Artificial gnu grew u ay and Camera Da.Sahr4a, 41 -' 111MAN'S
turf oa the University of GrambUng College. McGregor Is mighty mite; October H.
,AlbemeU Gnat" watch the clock!
Georgia's stadium last Saturday Gregory, a roinut-iad-run "Super King On a school holiday, Friday,
.a 1-. 180-pounder who can
when the sbcool played type signal caller who can also October 18, school children under a
Tennessee. This was the first .drop back Into a pocket and setup also icoot.He'U.see a Ipj of 11 will be admitted free DAYSIlUlJEED
before unloading the ban is action this season too.
for Georgia. Tennessee until 6 p.m. OLD CHARTERKentucky's
Allen Pounsel will return In
cavorting with the squad in
Installed Instant turf earlier The Fair will be open oa
the No. 1 quarterback slot
this .year. Other college and daily practice: : sessions.He ,' weekdays from I p... until
universities are following suit. win serve his apprenticeship backed up by troth Kettle 11 p.m. Oa Saturday and the Finest Bourbon
Burke
6.2,195fromMonltrfe.With .
turf under the helpful guidance ,
artificial
Alabama has school holiday, Friday, October
for practice. Georgia Tech and of quarterback: James Harris. a stronger offensive line 18, gates win open at 10.a.tf. Numbered."
this to protect "Man's Days are
future Harris, a 210-pound senior year Mme and 7 old
Georgia are working on cloee at 11 p.m.:On ,cu Be years
'PouueJ. a senior from Tell Halt and Fortune
Atlanta All-American: candidate is one
possibilities. The ......., la counted on Income Sunday October 20, gates will Yours When You Know Your
of the better throwers and signal
Falcons favor "tart"Why opea at 1.30 p.m, and on Mer-
with a strong performance. Lucky Days.
? Redaction of kaee callers la college tootbaU. up chants' Day Monday, October
Injuries. Cleats do act "411 In", Coach: Eddie Robinson noted Completing the backfield wlB ZI, gates open at 2 p'". ,
be Stan Prltdlel aD Atlanta;
and lock feet and eta In place.What's that Gregory has reputation ,However The Greater Jacksonville,, Lucky Colors, etc.
at foe
the aameTutanTurf.There for making the big play. "He soph, flanker. Is a non-profit,edacatlonaleorporatloa Send 12.00 for your
is natural leader and should position it unsure as freshman Horoscope Guide for
a
of
are 12 Inches compacted approved by the Jacksonville
i Charlie Brown' and
.a. 208.
subgrade ciselectedtoll show tremendous Improvement Area Chamber .
Lorett '-4 OCTOBER
at the bottom. Thea follow six u the season progresses." Heels It'll.coa of Commerce and the Florida
homily impress the lWILI"COKbJ.Dc
Inches crashed rock. Then, Something of a handyman on State .
of Department of Agriculture. ,blank below and
staff. U Brown orLorett Fin ia the
kickoffs and extra points Gregory -
casserole: like, are 1 1/2 Inches Office
Poet
the r.egalar, saall to ZODIAC
of concrete binder' Oa that put will also get a shot at a m01't. The Fair's 11'" run Is Jacksonville ria.lU .
either them
lineup one of or Box 1171 ,
'I lack of fine texture asphaltic kicking Job. Pritchett will to planned and supervised the ,
concrete. Then add: 1/2 Inch of Be plans to major la liberal tight end where Chris move Roalhae over :,. year round by a volunteer !
surface. That arts. citizen Board of Directors who
grass-like &III. ,
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I Ernest A. Wilson Thinking' Black ,.ti' ,
: Getting Ready OfBooks
AMEs Mem'CONTINUED World

{: Gets DiplomaErnest Is Important '"
1Iih.
: A. Wilson '1002 West FROM. PAGE i
EVANSTON, HI. (RPQ) -, '
8th ,Street, JacksooTille.hueotnpleted 'TeleTUlon Administrators and TeachersIn Batcher of Seattle, son; and : .,"i'i., ,.. IfI
a coarse la. f
New York /
Back schools were urged Mrs. Julia Butler, u.r
PRIEST LOOKS<
aDd Radio and "A MODERN
Serrlclnc to '"think black," (Q* they are City, sister are Immediate f .
baa been awarded a diploma AT BB OUTDATEDCHtJRCH'.aWritten |
with the
and are
not In fact: Black) by a Detroit supervisors
FATHER JAMES
br the National Radio Instituteof Mrs. Oreatha Hatcher. by
educator recently. widow,
Washington D.C. finished Hatcher' request i .., KAVANAUGH; Published by
Addressing some 200 high It was Bishop .;.f'"
of tech POCKET BOOKS, New York
the prescribed course build In
c
be
school educators during a that be ,,'
studies with creditable ( IN .95 paperback
&lcal
pp.; ,
Interment
where
three-day Institute In human Dothan, Ala, "
1" L .
trades. relations here, Arthur L.Johns will be Tuesday. TV Ute
a Much ..of the world's unrest
for bishop was born In Eufala, Ali.On l h& ,rir.j..t
son, deputy superintendent
e 4
WIFE CAn traced to the :
be
COKE. SEW School-Community Relations in Consolidation Day Bishop 1 can Inability
of Institutions to guarantee Ail*
WANTED Detroit, explained that Hatcher was to set re as one ofJacksonvife's
ffflment of the needs, rights
,Someone with established credit "thinking Black means recognizing leading religious
to take up payments on Singer the humanity of Blacks. leaders on the committee appointed and freedoms of people. More
GoMen-Sew Auto Zlg-Zag with He also listed "thinking Black" by Mayor Hans Tarsier -9,4J k r so, the unrest Increases because -
four dr. desk. Does everything among the major watl'! His passing was noted at a of the apparent unwillingness
No attachments needed. Makes educators can correct some"' council meeting by Chairman of the Institutions to

fancy patterns, buttonholes, of the ills oftodaY's education. > Earl Johnson. change.
blind hems,etc.Balance 147.50 Bishop and Mrs Hatcherwere For hundreds of years governments

Just take up payments $5 permODth. RAPID widely travelled. The two schools, churches andmlrersltles
Free home trial. Call leaders were authorised to tour have bea regarded
Mr. Fuller at 771.9246.VETERANS, Rome, the Holy Land and Cairo, u more Important, more Impeccable
TV SERVICE on a religions mission in 19(8.Mrs. ,iT- than the rights of the
\ individual. Today, more than
.
Hatcher was named to _
TV Service calls $J.00 study missionary practices and at any other time In history
Financing Available voices of violent discontent,
report findings at the Missionary
NO MONEY DOWN .Phony 853-8834 Society's meeting In anger and frustration are being
beard. Every Institution that Is
: Pittsburgh last year. He was
k' FOR A 3 OR 4 ODYGUARDAerosol extremely active In cultural supposed toi>rovlde soma aid +
and and comfort for the needs and
Spr.y religions activities at a
BEDROOM, Edward Waters College Bishop rights of the 1Dd1ldua1.1J1 Is
Hatcher had resided In Jacksonville not doing so, Is being challenged. -

' All BRICK HOME for some years. \
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and freedoms
needs
Holmes and West is In charge The rights
; ON URGE lOT IN of arrangements. x of.the Individual _have.,
,
11.a through increased knowledge
BEAUTIFUl MODEL' .".. .viz rw STYLI. WITH. The Central Academy Bulldogs of Pabtka are shown getting touchdown and 63 for the third. Jessie Johnson quarterback/ new technology, and scientific
/ CLIP l.t".mDOf Iniuntly rlv rtndtr I M. *etrmintntm .tl.ek.r.nda. THANK YOU ready for last Friday nlght't game with the Harris High School caught Jackie Ticker's pasa'for a 35-yard down. The scores discoveries, become the issues
/ CARVER PINES > .cia i>. Cty e 1 h to,lr ut innv, |ori. pfMi Meld*op.in 20. I of Hastings. The Bulldogs! won M-0. At half time, CJL was were C.A., 7-6-7-0,. Harris, 0-0-0-0. CA goes to Ocala toward which all our efforts
.
r .I...."..,. r>Nt 4 Stain...plmlvt for' Mntttci1lon cf..|.., Fir Supirt, rnjirs Ail thirteen, Harris 0. Ahria Walker went eighty yards for the first Wednesday night for battle with Fessenden. Hawkins.Photo are focused. This new emphasis:
FflCIDAEE APPLIANCES .1tee."y.Onlyte..on.aror l IS, has brought drastic changes
7' ; UVoiM slit N* .00. 6ao for 400 and demands even more far-
| Itmtl $J 7S th, f '<>, SS lulu I
':; I I MIN.DOWN AIM 1 oL rt.h.r.rHlr PLASTIC SQUINT>eI "*eOTTltrft.0 .1.11I' Ciili.nci. TAfcsiici FOI RENT YOUR Father Divine limit Charles reaching: shifts In our living
;
I. I 9 Duplex. I habits, morality and In oar
1'Hll l"2.fS\: 309 Lafayette. rm.
: ,
( ON HA Jtt-DAf: MONEY. BACK BUAKANPloase O Oft U FTII Mill $58.00 mo. Given Final Place search for truth and the."good
1! Phone 359-3301 I SOCIAl SECURITY Is Hoiored life."
add ? ei
IS .
:1 TERMS.VULCAN PHILADELPHIA
: Father
In recent years, the revolution
for Rush Order turn B. Kiln Jr., CONTINUED FROM*ACE 12
,
'MOTEL The residents of postal tone Divine regarded by millions of taking: place in the church has
INC. Reliably Discount 09 can BOW handle their Social followers U Cod was given a wort on programs Involving frightened some conservativesand
U81b1rdStreetCbellea PriicipilEiCm 12 rooms, private bath $5.00 basinets without going final resting place In a new young people. On occasions be been a hopeful sign for
HI 7(8-34)9(. ) 18 rooms, semi-private 34,00 Security $%SOOOO white granite shrine sponsored boxing matches forteenagers. others. Bat with activities like
M.... 02150 Ir.Sr. downtown. A branch office of,
I. Miller Day time (semi-private) $3.00 Administration here last week. The thr...., the high percentage of priests
Social
liti Se.1H.lrcm.75t Weekly.Rate (plus tax) the was Security recently opened at rebuttal .services.. attended He liked the work, and was and nuns either getting married

21CS W. 31st Street to serve by worshippers from U faraway happy. Chicago bad In many against the church's wishes, or
ED6EVOOD MOTOR COURT.. the resident os Zone u Australia and Swltrer- ways been U much a home u simply leaving the church altogether -
VETERANSI INTEGRATED This office Is located at the land and was held at palatial Cincinnati. His family was hap ; changes In the dressof

6911 U.8.1 Cor.Edge wood Ave corner of Canal and 13th Street Woodmont Estate. py. The friends,good memories Buns, the strong desire of
Move (In for M little ee: sI0 ,Phone 704-0003-Atways, Open I. has a complete staff and offers Father Divine died September and good feelings about the city other priests and BUDS to be
t Processes..t2.S0'lacksinilb assistance In filing claims,answering 10, 196S. Preparations for the helped to dispel tome of the allowed to get married .black.
DOW Nt
questions or Inaay other shrine were made Immediately restlestness. Sward Charles priests fighting the church for
'TEETHINGPAIN I I.N Social Security matter. This after his death. The ruby red had found a borne, and a thing the respect and recognition of

office la open from 130 to sarcophagus rests on a circular, 'be liked to do. its black members; and thePope's
BARBER COLIEGE.IHC ? 4:30, Uonday through Friday slab Inside the granite Then, one day, about two rears latest decree on birth
f and from .:00 to 1X00 on Sat structure.The ago his legs began to act up control, the Catholic Church,
131, lath tt. 5-IB74 rt Miinons of mothtn v a.1. The telephone number religious leader became slightly. It was so slight be more so than any other religious
it 011 fah ORA.n 1Iou14. 7912117. famous during the Depression, passed It off U "getting old," institution, Is at a crossroad
aura Birtirlii .. .. Put ea-pus's IOM.RtcoiMMndttf when be opened restaurants' or the stiffness that comrs from la -...Oat at.d Church,"
34 bedreem plant with I, I Vi.l .. ,hr manyptdiitrlciiiti serving low-cost meals. Helopened not being In shape. But the Father James Kavanaugh presents
2 bolKs and ,oro,.. A NEW CLASS STARTS mt Purge prolonjtdrillil. sty to FBI HIT "heavens" throughout condition p.ralsled.I Friends the latest and most brilliant

Medem utteett, dwrthes: and a tew EACH MONDAY I 1 .. Cttrlii Coot Furnishes Or Unfurnished Apt the End Those who shared 'noticed It, and encouraged him example of nan's quest4onlng -
center clete by. ". Mowrtttplnf virrtfrtyil for rent Excellent condition l these ""n.." were said to to see a doctor.' and challenging the
I LINCOLN (T ( .Art ,"phimiicltt. I. location. 50.00 $60.00 mo. have tuned an belongings over For tome time doctors la principles, philosophies, and
ESTATES
ENRIIL RBI. t.: BABY Phone 317-1101 to him His Peace Movement, Chicago "tested" but could not practices of his Institutions..By .
7130 RICHARDSON ROAD PHONE: 7650685 ora-jel J 1'1. fttt to be the first toemphasite, find the ca....Ettard continued his comments Father Kavanaugh -
the use of the word spread to to work his fun schedule of is trying to force the
SALE
FBI foreign countries. He spent youth programs. Tbe condition Catholic Church to wake up and
Conf. A gro.aiM5W. 15t1i St. millions of dollars property in his legs Impaired the mobility face: the sad fact that it is not
doing very good business the hotels, mansions and real( In has legs to a noticeable responding to the needs of Us
year around. Beer Uct... estate. A naUooaUyclrcvlated degree but be still worked. people la relation to present
4. Good location. Reason for selling newspaper reported all of bis1 The stlffn.ss Ettard conditions.
-have two other businesses savings and sermons. : Charles' legs was later Writing the book must have
For Information call 333-143. Father Divine waa' married described by doctors u "an- been a painful ordeal for Father
FURNACEFACTS twice. The first wife died. In throplc -laterial sclerosis. (Cava auge. A man's religionis

FOR MENAND WOMEN his seventies the leader 'He was ordered to take physical so much a personal Inseparable -
married a white woman. She therapy once a week, while the put of his life thatit
OF All AGES war present at the amices.The tests and medicines were being Is difficult to admit that what
shrine baa beea built at tried.
be believes and lives by Is not
,take IMPROVED NATURETABLETS a cost of $250.000. It Is lmpressive laud Charles today at 47, all right,, whole, and good. For
for that tired rundown and la reminiscent of still works. lie is still the a priest with the concern and
feeling that keeps you from the Bible; Bronae -doors wm' strong proud trim athlete He Integrity of Father Kavanaugt
enjoying life. be placed at the entrance to' has a keen sense of humor the feeling mast have been un
. 100 Tablets $3.00; 200 Tablets represent God's condescension and can tell fLIcJ.DatInIltorlea: nerving.

I I 45.00.. $1.00 deposit on COD'S.; to ,man and man's return to about his experiences.He keeps Nonetheless, Father Xa-
LUPINE PRODUCTS SALES Codr.The.lror'd Peace II ems op with boxing, and occasional vanaugh delivers a tough, but
NOW IS THE TIME TO .CCh cgoI,1uni N. Broadway blatoned beyond the Ark,where ly; encourages young men to take honest critical bat hopeful

(0628 a dove rests. up the sport. .evaluation many of the mart
A few weeks ago Archie Important I sues currently

GET READY FOR WINTER Moore the legendary former being discussed In the Catholic
light heavyweight champion, Church. He discusses birth
came to Chicago. as the newly- control, divorce celibacy: sex
r appointed representative of the and the church confession,education
: ACCUMULATIONS SOOT CAN Boy Scouts of America. Be and : catholic laity,personal-
Kasard are old friends from .Ism, and the strong Influence
I YOUR OWN HOME46
SERIOUSLY IMPAI'R THE OPERATING Cincinnati and from boxing. of the legalism of the church..
FUEL OIL I They met at the Chicago CYO "The Catholic man sees the ,
f ULNICKI Gym one afternoon, and greeted world through a system which
EFFICIENCY OF YOUR FURNACE!
each other warmly. And for awhile forbids him to be himself. Be
they relived the good can waft the city streets and
McCALL SERVICE, INC. IS FULLY HEATINGCLEANING -- -a 3IENNM two IftleReath good times watch every face and every

yhTi""t situation fall neatly Into its
As low
EQUIPPED TO PUT YOUR as tMOTflj boxing baa ever produced. proper category lie has never

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