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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 28, 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:
UF00028362:00784

Related Items

Preceded by:
Florida star and news

MISSING IMAGE

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 28, 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:
UF00028362:00784

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news


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Two d Florida's leaders In .,.. -Sarasota, horn
BISHOP G.N. COLLINS the field d higher education h of tilt Rlngllng Brothers Circus,
ban followed the path d fair. ''t col; 4 Is also a city with U abortive,
reasoning and, without equl*' t predoalnanlty I.c k .name +i
vocation, have taken strong bearing tilt paradoxical
stand against discrimination of Newtown. 1
and against any technique that Newtowa might be already fa- r
might be used to perpetuate It mOIlS for its nth Street
NAMED TO FLORIDA In their respective Institutions. \: However, Newtowa might t
From; Gainesville Kit home 1 1 never have mad th* national ;
of the University of Florida. I headlines had It not been for'
President Stephen O'ConneU rock-throwing tear-gas spraying
** ** .*......*,.. reiterated that the school does .} and for tempers hotter
not follow a policy d discrimination perhaps than the blistering heat
' lishep' Celllis Supt. Ishn.BrantKeeps Foirth TeenierIs u to race or creed but .r d Florida.
' refused to change what was Negroes went amuck. They
T Replace' Seat To Stile. caned the school's "racist" d }: were stirred up by a report
t.. ,Imago. 4 1iE. that the t local police were ?
Referring to a decision by making no efforts to apprehend ,
Plans For Moitil Hospital ,tIt Action Conference of theschool. whit men who were said to.
,j;' tishep Hitcher Dr. OConnU said the have throwa rocks Into the) j
tnsltatlon bears DO "stigma ofracism. < windows of a Negro nightclublast
Members d the Bishops' A 1W1 Jacksonville parking ." He was quoting from Saturday alght.
.Council of the Air Jcaa Episcopal School A Mystery lot raping d a U-year-old a resolution passed by the coo As a matter d tact, things
Church last Monday named school teacher, their arrestand fereoce. He said any Inference got so hot Sarasota that DIe
Bishop 0.1(.Collins to succeed their conviction last week that the school Is "racist" Is City Commission called a
died to spite d the tact that com tested by the board. Last year by a racially-mixed Jury in the unfair and possibly ''hfR>1t- L special meeting and passed aa
DtdnyEC. wetk era pre- parents Involved la th* Injunction) was handed down Circuit Court chambers d oriented." "emergency ordinance"
d Florida and art Klgh-Doylaa Haven and the board has bees directedto Judge Gerald TJoflat brought, The president has refused to Mrs. Bemle Griffin, nit Caspar Circle, Vest, may well be the defining riots and providing' for
tiding prelate find of land tor anew not the penalty d death, but the proudest parent In The Bold New Jacksonville. A seven-pound
the Bahamas known u the annex continued, earlier la the a new plot hire or to admit students, the declaration d a curfew la
Eleventh Episcopal, District week, accentuated by a boycott building The Miami Center foreboding existence of life la members of minority troops, .....-ouDet. baby boy Bennie, Jr. arrived la Jacksonville at time d manmade or natural 4
a met U a closed and the resulting absence of d Desegregation has recommended prison to three teenag Jaxons simply because of their ml exactly 1:OS am. Tuesday, at St. Luke's Hospital. Vita such aa disasters. This was Immediately '
weeks The bishop last Monday afternoon, IS per cent d the students from the same,but only after Valentino F. James, II.Cie rrt nortty status He did say that arrangement, Bennie, Jr., Is sure to have a ,ear'. supply oftnllk. adopted.representatve.
. aAlIabIt" ojnarteravIch -th*' Board'.ct EdutaUoBrvaSt....rvn u, rt ...Ml- ," ..hrtfl'.JIIJq win see to that with The Crisp Harrison\ ,
. following the funeral their "s ,.:srUl uMfeaBcuftef Regents:, ; ;" ; & o ,. =.... .. :."...11.\
held at SttPaulAMK Cairn Brad, superintendent don obliged to permit a survey of era Jr. I.. .:.. : to make a cbangrta.nles toas Agency cooperating. Deonle Griffin, fr?Is a merchant seaman.Jacksonville's both 7-
for the deceased Bishop Dam .County School system, the DuvalCountySchoalSystem.. The whir school teacher, reported to allow a faculty memberto first Bold New chutes will !"talk" O'tlfII plans sides or the .... In1oner.
Batcher the tbd head d the reveaUd that a "..bbl. plan-. Yarn told toe students to ''00' that hut wimbrwbaeoo act u a co-ordlnator d with tW ether two''children of the fI.mlI1after this thru of WIn assured that every effort
Eleventh, Episcopal District d will be offered for "bettering" ask the federal Judge. Then, a shopping tour, ah was ap* minorities, and disadvantage being "First" Is over. has been put forth toward apprehension
the AME Church, who died. conditions at the schools. shortly afterward the same preached and attacked by the students on a put- m. basis. d the guilty A cool.
September ft.BUhop At the era time according official told them to go small- young boys, and raped. The leader revealed that d rheum's Attese Feser*) Rites Ing-off period resulted la aa
Collins has served U to news reports Brut refused groups.The Two d the convicted Juan, all the Negro I high school graduates agreement that Newtowaers "
Africa where he distinguished. to reveal what such a "plan1 situatloereaebedanalmost James and Powell, were la Florida this year, only late HatcherThousands might police their .owaneighborhoods
hisuelf for his work tabulldtncISHOfCN or "plans" might be. complete Impasse.Twentyfive declared guilty on August 90 211 qualified for admission to Fer llshw and would request
White urging the return dttudeds dIM students by a Circuit Court Jury, which the school system. pollc ssslstanc only laaa I
to the reportedly unsatisfactory attending school la the annex recommended: mercy, thus Certainly a precedent-break of Floridians and teenth and Eighteenth. Bishop emergency. A request. was
er buildings, Brent reported. In each of three sparing them tb* frightening Ing decision has bees made by visitors, friends d the Hatcher Blakely presided la the mad at about 11 pja. Monday
resorted to a state law which, classes there was only one aspect of death la the chair Dr. Henry Stanford, dynamic gamily, gathered In Jacksonville Eleventh District last week until Bight when Negroes broke tile Ii
he reminded his opponents, student. Yarn ottered the excuse Cleveland Myers pled guilty president d the University of Monday for the final rite for Bishop Collins arrived. windows d a television store.
might bring about the boycott's that too few Negro parents re* earlier. Miami, relative to the slavery Bishop E.G. Hatcher, late presiding Among pro..la.al1ea4lra The Mth Street Pharmacy was
Interpretation as a matter d Quested. transfers. Then, Yarn Judge TJoflat was the final time time d "Dixie" and Its bishop d the Eleventh from out of town wer* Mrs. overly. burned. AA Motors,
"connivance" parents where said, "They (the federal court) authority la the sentencing and relevance to twentieth-century District d the AME Church, Alma Polk, with offices la Phi.bxdelphia owned by whites, was burned.
absences are not ,aped, ordered us to stop It The could have run the gamut d living the Florida and Bahamas areas. Public Relations; B. Eleven cars were damaged
B t a a t said violation d the school would have been there years to life Imprisonment Dr. Stanford startled school Bishop Hathcer died last Moo- J. Nolan, editor d the AME beyond repair. "Hit-and-run"
statute could be considered a now-the brand new school .... Another teenager also authorities by banning the song day, unexpectedly, after having Christian Recorder; BID Hall, attack featured the *..tA1q.Fir. .
Blsemeaaor, punishable by afloe auf or whatever" yon want to Indicted, Alan V. Bradley was "Dixie? at all football games.It betA taken to a local hospital. editor d AME Review, G.H. alarm came in with stac
up to 1100 or M days call It." He claimed that tile previously adjudged Insane and W'IIjflrlt put Into effect last Bishop LH. Banner presiding 'J. Thlbodeau director of cato-like regularity.
tojaitBrant officials ar* aware d the committed to the state hospital Friday!at a football game, but bishop d the Eighth Episcopal Evangelism, 8.L, Greene,' Jr., Dr. Thomas GullUord, super
offered as aa excuse conditions la what these at Chattahoochee. was not publlclxed. District, delivered an Impressive chairman of Education and Dr. Wended d schools, said that
for the use d Boyle Haven parents, preachers and com' The racllly-mlxed Jury deliberated The president said that he eulogy. Bishop Bonner A.J. Gaston treasurer of the school participants would be
School the statement that "It munlty leaders,, call "unsuit- only two hours and made CIa decision after considering spoke d the transitory natured Connection. suspended. Youngsters under
COlUHSU ls far from the poorest "have able':, "unsanitary". 17 minutes on August 30 before the lack of honor InTohed life and of the Importance d U were likely to be Issued
beea forced to ..." reaching a verdict the climax ,In "forcing upon a patting Into It the needed Mack' MedicsOppese our, to local authorities.
Episcopal Residence and for Students boycotted Gilbert and d a three-day trial. The case minority group the symbols of qualities H* lauded the late Twenty-three Negroes were
FAMU Gradsat drew much attention. Parents prelate for the expansive abused arrstd. Th mob
the haJf-centuy-okl Boylan the Confederacy which, rightlyor once
Initiating a self-help program IrftfcCeitrol
among the Africans that has' Haven Monday. Parents seemed .I I and relatives, and friends. d wrongly,' have become distasteful his work along with Mrs.Hatcher increased to 900. Officers were
the accused youngsters e represent first lady of the with
determined to keep their to them. armed shotguns, tear-gas
most produced recent fruitful assignment result,took His. children away from the unsanitary Gets Doctonto at the charging d the Farther, Dr. Stanford tc lt. district. PinThree dispensers and other paraphernalla. .
aim to Arkansas and f'f*> ""* structure Bud claimed Jury and the pronouncing d the These symbols are associated. Among those who mad ._Negro ministers edto
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where that, since September U. the verdicts by Judge TJoflat with slavery, discrimination remarks was Mayor Hans cool the area. When the word
be endeared himself to
with !I. Uiiie Area Th* young white teacher, Tinnier d Jacksonville who Los Angeles here" around
the members d the church officials have been toying and th* d. adaUOI of human Negro titers got
la both areas.U the problem. victim d the criminal acts, personality, an conditions that regretted Bishop Hatcher'sscheduled doctors fear that the as* dta many marauders disappeared
learned fromanaathor Local citizens and leaders arc was present and testified for are complete; variance with passing Mayor Tanxler had federally-administered onto the darkness. .
native was that standing by the parent" TALLAHASSEE Fla.-Wijor the state, having been called that fart of my southern Bishop Hatcher for control program might be used, The white press got the "go"F
soiree BishopComm '
lead Churches were listed for use Howard A. Myrick Jr..a native by Assistant State Attorney .. heritage which Iprlxeso a responsive prayer at the surreptitiously, to diminish the treatment to some extent.Television
selection to teaching Iocatlo .They are. d Jacksonville and a graduated Thompson Ty ga r t, Jr. Tb highly,". Prayer Breakfast held Tuesday, number of.Negro births in th* lights wen verbally oat*
Florida the fact did that not come easy tot First Baptist,''Or"**"*, Taber Florida AAM University youngJady was a' teacher In The baa" comes at a time when October 1, Consolidation Day. United States. lawed. After three Bights of
there were maayministers become the first officer: d all Gainesville at the time d the Councilwoman Sally Mathlispoke.
and aacle Baptist Mt Canaan the Blacks arc asking for sym* These physicians are associated restlessness Sarasota officials i
laymeaMtapiifnifl Baptist St. Luke's Baptist and the armed forces. to earn a happening. bola d America rather than with a $47-matim Vatte, were trying to believe that
for other fritfwpt.to Little Rock Baptist.-Teacher, PhJ degree communications. According to her testimony, those of the Confederacy Inclusive Re v. A.C. Chandler pastor dSt California, Extended Health coolness had returned to New. {
be named to the Eleventh
District according to Mrs. Eddie (major cinema, minor educational the teacher was in Jacksonville of more courses on the Paul AME Church!, when and Family Planning Group, town and to Newtown's nth ,,,4
Steward volunteered services. instruction and techno' on last December U. She was Negro and the rejecting of the the services were held, spoke Inc., program.The doctor.contend Street.
The selection d Bishop Collins
First Baptist, Oakland, Taber- logy. ). approached, while on the name "Rebel" as the school's Telegrams, condolences ant that family planning
eameafteradyaamlcminority listed for us* by the Boylan The doctorate was awarded to puking lot, by ,two young letters were acknowledged. campaigns urged without Cassias CllySC.HIIM
.fIAOrtiDrCoWlll was Haves students. the major signal corps career Negroes, on pointing pistolShe The full African Methodist freedom d choice have been
delivered by Rev. AJ.Reddkk. Rev. V.E. Young pastor of officer, by the University d was summarily orderedto DID1t.NiAtP Episcopal Church rituals "ertfoDowteS used to decimate the American
pastor of Grant Memorial Tabernacle, stressed that dal... Southern California at Us 15th accompany them to another Leader for the fallen leader,, ilndtan and Eskimo population*; for
AIm Church.DtKftfile. dance has-- men evident la the annual summer commence spot where they met two others Only two bishops of the surviving The three medics art Doctors:
FSU matter of schooHag-He said that ment Then, according to the teacher, An 19 were not present.The y Hubert Hemsley, assistant little ''IailiiuReserratiea..
Frog Brant! said that students Boy.Ua While enrolled ISC' they forced her to go to a Honoree were Bishop Joseph Gomes lAd Division d cinema I in another part Bishop F.D. Jordan of Call.,
TALLAHASSEE, Fta. Carl, Haven th* antiquated Major garbage dump University of Southern
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ton W. Molette, D, a native d .KjiMfnf. nilght go to Die Ancle1p Myrick was nominated and d town, raped her repeatedly, Angel City Affair fornia. California, Herbert Avery,
accepted for la and beat her about the face Those prelate present were:r
membership
Kansas Mo. and City an
associate
in the "couple of .,." for action. Delta Kappa Alpha national legs and arms.' Bishops John D. Bright, Firs. USC, and Phillip Smith PHOENIX-CasslusClay! weal
professor
d speech and drama department at Rev. Young also said that the shame .honorary fraternity. Th youngsters also chokedher SAN FRANCISCOClarenceMitchell District; George W. Babtr, They cited, in a letter, a fight again. It la not the taw
Florida AIM baa officials left them with the feel Some other organisations and said Uw witness for the director of the NAACP Second; V.B. Wakes Third; piece legislation InthesWedOregmwllcbmlghtt this Urn but is aa actual match
ben awarded the University PhD bar that the Central School: honors include; election to Phi state. She identified James and Washington Bsrean, will be M. Thomas Primly Fourth, with Zora Foley of Chandler
Florida State University.degreefrom building could be ased. Delta Kappa, national profit.mlosal Powell. Powell claimed he was honored at a reception here by Harrison Bryant, Fifth/ ; E.i'. make any potential ward of H* will fight oa th* ladlaa
Dr. Motette's area of special Among remarks made by.thesuperintendent education honorary; In New York on th* date the 'Association's Vest Coast Hlckman, Sixth; V.F. Ball, the state a candidate for sterilisation. Reservation at PlmaonOctober ,\
isation at FSU and was one to the membership in the society of mentioned. James did not Regional OtfleeJBaturday October Seventh and President d the Z6. 1t
Be was received design the B. effect that the two schools"win motion picture and television testify. 6. b announcing the reception. : Council; LH. Bonner Eighth; The fight has been financed I
A.technology.from Morehoas be there wilting for them tomorrow engineers, and election to tile Regional Director Leonard O.L. Sherman, Tenth; D. War Th letter farther said: "No by Benny Binds, assistant :
degree and the MX morning." presidency of the Bremerhavra 1IIIe illsWASHDiGTONQtPQNew Carter cited the pivotal role Mr.Uifcbell Nichols, Twelfth Arkansas aaOklahoma one who has U.tcllII this country manager d a Temp, Aria I,
College tbs degreefrom d Iowa. When the dndenti marched' Germany, chapter d ,Toastmasters has played la the. ; G.NI Collins, and who is trued the racist bank Folly confirmed lib.
University to the courthouse they were International. enactment d civil rights legislation Eleventh Mwl1..lcuc I attitude of this country canE having signed the contract I
Dr. Molette 1s the SOB d met by Robert Van, pupil ac. Major Myrick and his wife and particularly, tile to succeed the late Bishop mistake the Intent her*. B 1s The bout will be out d doss.
Mrs. Evelyn:. R. Moore who foflflfln officer. Be reminisced the former Roberta Bowea and regulations lined by the UJS. passage of the Civil Rights Add C. Hatcher; CJL. GO**, Thlrteenth btcauI". tl we are uniquely Clay will get $0 per teat Folly ;
resides at U31.Vest Pasco u to why the confusion their two children Kyle and Labor Delartmea to take effect Wl win Its open housing ; HL Beardea, Fourteenth qualified u black men first and 20 per cent The Anions Aft,
Street n Kansas City, Mo. exists, aa injunction against Kerls Jas., reside at 170 next October 10. wfll prevent provision. and Liberia,...Africa, doctors second that we cu tab letic Commission turned down \
Dr. aad Mrs Molette resideat the' board prvatlag DIe Liberty Road, Edgewood N.J.Th aliens from coming to the UJ. G. Dewey Rouasoa Fifteenth,; this daptowardtokecpvatchflilxteenth a fight between Clay and Frailer ib 1
i W Notre Daae .Street toTaJQahajse erection d another "bastion;; major laths son of Howard to work U chauffeurs, soda ,' G. Vaymoa BUkely, vigil over the sanctity of procreation .but has ao Jurisdictions II
*. of segregation I. U annex AC.4 Myrick Ir. d .JaeUOl'f11Je.i Jerks, 'bathhouse attendants, .... and Henry w. Murph, Seven' among black peopte." over res*rvatlona. r ,

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THE FLORIDA STAR HEWS \\PR&UDICEISTZNACIOUS.- -rtrs THEM vERrAVamoartrE THATFROH, TMSCRADLE THE URIAN LEAGUE STORY

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AND THRIVES ON IONORANCZ?
OF THECONFEDKACf By JAMES A. RICHARDSON
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VERYHEARTOF THE GREATANGLOSAXON
"Published by the Florida. Stir Publishing Company
SOUTHLAND, The Jacksonville Urban League's Labor Education Advancement
THAT TOMY WE SOUND THE (LEAP) aa apprenticeship outreach effort to recruit
Program ,
'fir '. DRUM FOR FREEDOM:
the building and construction
In entering
and assist Negro youth
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MEMBER ..1 ,. : \ LET USRPE TOTHE GILL trades apprenticeship programs a'";,
I -, ,,,, 4% Of THE FREEDOM-UMNO Northeast Florida Building and Construction Trades Council: ,has :::
.t. {\. .:. r BLOOD THATI5INUS.INTHENAME Already begun to prove that things an changing In Jd and trainIng .-:
t j OF THE GREATEST opportunities In the "Bold New City" for those who art ::-

PEOPLE THATHAVEEYER Interested and really want to learn a skill. :
NEGRO Pi RNATIONAL TWO THISEARTHIPRAVTHE Over a period of years there have teen efforts on the part of a :.
UNC number of people and groups to open the doors of organized labor .
\ IHTHE DUST
AND
TOSS
}% u;|' THE GAUNTLET BEFORE to equal opportunity for all in entering into the skilled trades -v:.
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ERIC a. sixrseiLJAmiKG FDIIORILIA ,+ GEORGE C'1 */' ISAYSGGREGATIONNO THEFEETOFTYRANNYAHDr through Little progress recognised had apprentlcshlp teen made in training.getting the Job accomplished.Even .

"$WALLACE r SEGREGATION TOMORROW.14V after the passing of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, the Executive r
IOOTEK..CIRCIUIIOH MANAGER Order 11246 September 1965, and the "Affirmative Action"
RAClST ,. SEGREGATIONOREVrRI implementing n opportunity on Federally assisted '

2323 MONCRIEF ROAR projects, progress In getting Negro and otter minority
youth into building and construction apprenticeship has been stow.
not orientated! in skilled trades
Negroes traditionally are
PRONE 354-6712 MAILING ADDRESSP.O. ( because long-standing patterns practices discrimination

'f among the Unions in the Instances such as the "Grandfather!

W 511 JUKiONVILLE FLORIDA Clause" and others. Combined with the negative attempts on the
part of those Negroes who actively pursue the skilled crafts
through formal training made available through the C.!, BUI and

32211 / fv vocation education courses in the public school system, tote'
H / able to get Into the Undo s.Consequently the Negro does not have

SOU MIAMI OFFICE 5111 II.'. lit AYE. available the kind of role models with whom they can look to as "

success symbols within their own world of possibilities. ,..
PRONE 151.311.SUBSCRIPTIONS These factors along with many others have resulted lathe *: ,
Negro not being interested in the skilled trades. The Union )

RATES leaders aU say that they! are not discriminating against the' !

i Negro or any other minority group,but,there are no applications
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.(k1 ejear, $12,00 Half Year, $7.00 kNOWr'f \_ being made from these groups for entry into their trades. ,I

Mailed to You 'Anywhere in the United States This is where the Urban League's outreach program (LEAP)(:,-,:

.Subscription payable In Advance rOll DOI/r +' comes Into play. The program with the help of the Building *; ,

) Send Check or Money Order to: AND Trades Council, Florida State Employment Service and other <:::
REGISTER YorE'
/ recruit participants is designed ts
agencies helping the League t-:'
FLORIDA STAR P.O. BOX 599
YOlI ARE r4SK/NCR7R11'i to prepare the youth for apprenticeship examination.' i ;:5::
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 32201 The young men are put through a four to ten-week "cram" ';::j
for Into various apprenticeship programs hi such as '
course entry :;
SOME FAILED SERIOUSLY. REMEMIERI Sheet Metal Plumbing and Roofing.
TO TAKE HITLER ... Carpentry Electricity, ,
Mock oral tests and extensive coaching and tutoring in math

and English are provided to help Item! not only pus, but score'
Bear the top tests held by Joint Apprenticeship committees.
BETTER JAIL SANJTATION STANDARDSThe LEAP is contracted by the UJB. Department tt Labor to place

stepchild of the U. S. government is a post office TYOORekI. thirty Negroes Into the Building and Construction Trades

system that keeps operating in the red. With regularity, apprenticeship: programs wltbinatwehe-mmthperlod. Progress
it has to call upon Congress to bail it out of trouble. thus far has teen slow, but, decisive accomplishments have teen

President Johnson has appointed a commission head made in the placement of Negro! young men In the Carpentry,
ed by Frederick R. KappeC which Is looking into the Roofing, Operating Engineers, Plasterers and (for the first time
matter and has been for three months. We doubt If this : HOROSCOPE GUIDE la JscksoovUle-Duval County), Sheet Metal apprenticeship pro- .*.

commission can get the post office system off crutches grams For toe first time Negro youth have filed applications

onto its fHLBecause '.. .1 '. and are qualified for II It review by the Electricians l and ,
of. the shaky operations of the U. S. Post Plumbers apprenticeship programs In JactsarrUle-Dunl r

Office, the reaction of the eleven postal unions said one : The ASTROLOGERWHICH County Otters are being prepared for applications to the otter -
writer "has been generally speaking 10 degrees colder ; ly PAILO programs such as Painters, Bricklayers, Asbestos Workers: 5J$.
than zero." .. ,\ and Sheet Metal Workers. J ,
It seems that the P. O. Is operating in collusion with The building and construction trades are falling short of their

disaster. It seems that our system of delivering the na S '; ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS' demand for skilled craftmn la toe JacksonvWe-Dnd County R i>"
tion's mail will get worse and worse. While the post area aDd equal employment opportunities are not being fully
office Is a public utility, like telephones or electric power, J implemented because: young people In general and Negro youth

law and tradition prevent it from operating as one. FOR ;(, in particular: are not making their way towards the skilled

The government should lease the post office to an trades
industry and we guarantee it will not only pay Its way'' BUSINESS LOVE Present trends indicate that building and construction laJacksaovlUeDuval .
but make a big profit Junk mall and Congressional TRAVEL : County is on the verge of a boom and II.

mailing privileges would be cut off fees for.second and expected: to continue to expand for the next five years and perhaps
Indefinite with toe projected: development of the Consolidated
third class mail 1 would go up
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u. '"Bold New of Jacksonville. These consistent
City" projections are -
If we let Industry get the post office business, you
can'a\ your bollom dollar Jt will operate in the black. with the expectations: far the industry
.. .... Although racial discrimination has to some extent toea .-,
I t.xlo.doftht.u. \.n' i+ ) ', ,: '
1tWJ1l .. "e ,, : \ 'U..... \o4 .IwAJ'y !llllIr.I.II"ul". :: '::: .llll.' CiNICIMkn' : I eliminated as a actor In the participation: Negroes in apprenticeship ,

", .. _w..-. :" ..It""' .,. ,... ...,,. .. =r.wl\t, 1 111M S tPT,. ..' ? \ lee: ; evidence reflects that the lack of aspiration the pert 1
; t of the people themselves U also ( '7
a factor
young
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,2Jr. II It,, 24t' 22H IAN 1ltl A great effort needs to be made to Inform and encouiage, to'

OUR ECONOMIC 'ST 'PCHILD People art willing.While those beta You'll find out Those who have 'Ji'a all'the same Call tt karma 'U"IO ...It maybe the vogue counsel and stimulate and to recruit and motivate Negro young

POST OFFICE who try to do everything them what wending too their way some fate, genetics or any of the for young people totolnahurry mea la our community to enter toe skill trades.:tla wIT the
THE smugly because
they
selves receive much praise '' multitude of names that have to get to the top or wherever conviction that our community can and will respond Us needs,
It has been reported that the crime rate among Negroes this Is about all they can expect are la love with a person' or been used to analyse" his each one Is heeded;but Capricomlans -' confidence U our young people and toe desire to help push
nan,
1s much higher percentage-wise than among other Others who know bow to Idea had totter start taking virtues and shortcomings, ItDI..rtbtleu know, or should, thatthis this work forward that LEAP encourages your help. Call
groups. It' U not our purpose to argue the Issue,but benefit from the knowledge, another hard loot You maybe dote not remove philosophy will get them 356-U36, or write toe Jacksonville Urban League, U9 Pearl
rather to talk about the unsanitary jails abroad in the taJ.DlIaDd willingness**others brought to a lotting stop by the, the responsibility ofU'lDefrolD nowhere. To them the pattern Street for 1DOI'.lDforlDa11OD on "Things Are Changing." MAKE
lack of results U Dot by the
lose time with
BO teaming
land. up remains much the US J'l\OVlITUI!
the Individual. Each has pretty same
What must county and municipal governments do for them and reaching a sure-dre fact laying that claim responsibilities to undivided are to face problems alone person, even even U human values la gedralhave
these deplorable conditions which are much too preva- formula for profitable cooper tour when there are many numbers uodergoae racial
attention. What was not ex
lentLUtle has been done to improve conditions, exceptin woo This would not only double family changes It's simply a matterof
the : happea be Juft Alen vmerous As It look From Hm
a few instances. Quality of the goods or -what does happea god this can. who be only too work work and more work
services but add
offered considerably
We suggest a few possibilities: to the returns to be be discomfiting, to put It mild glad to offer advice or physical Sometimes U'. one failure after Civil disorders gang protests are fast becoming: the "rightray"
1. Jails should be inspected at least once every three enjoyed therefrom. There is ly. Instead of being able to support Certain Idea, dilemmas another and a repetition of for dissent ft seems we are getting far removed from
months with unannounced visits by inspectors. danger that couples business"partners a take up the offensive, you are or dreams cannot to shared fresh starts against new odds the old American Ideal of designated authority
2. Should the conditions in a Jail fall below standards, should try or to avoid. more apt to be placed on the 'because: of their hlghry personal and .reJwIc1DrprobltlDl..But. B any and .'trJtIod1bas toe right to take the law Into his own
a Commissioner of Public Welfare should order the facility The lunar eclipse ls not exactly defensive which can be disadvantageous. nature. A fine transaction oracquisition the one thing many of you are hands and run toe government as to sees fit, all the institutions
closed.A a favorable Indication for good may be made' A really aware of Is that the of freedom Justice and democratic: process mean nothing. We
large number of Negroes are jail prisoners, but marital relations or in 1.10.14.71.11.151' lunar eclipse could make U experience gained Is invaluable are la a state anarchy
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they are human beings. other key associations.peace B difficult to reach any sort of 'Each time you are that much The police represent our chosen avenue of law enforcement
New cities and counties that Itt their jails fall below be possible to repel adverse may understanding with a close associate. wiser a.D4ItrOll&'f. aDd getting Violating the law means going counter establish rules of
the minimal 1 alth standards should< be required to' forces by the sheer of DIEMJDLY22id It may not be wise not closer and closer to the ultimate order. Whenever or for what ever reason we choose a course
build new faciL ki /. t the Artan personality power, Make to show any mercy should you objective.: This should enable of action that violates, in any degree, these established rules
i the best effort you possibly UK. ISti hold the advantage right now' you to take things in stride. of order we are destined to encounter, police action against

can to mali Hfc" harmnov. 6 50. 11.11 3) 642sciirii 0 90 14 71.51.144 ourselves.The .
Signs are deceiving.Those who sworn obligation of the police is to enforce law
4 i ,10 U II 55 9S7., the by
are looking for their cues froih aumsmi whatever method is necessary to contain the offender..

WE DOUBT IF WE ARE BETTER OFF heaven are not likely to "- in.2lt If a large crowd Is disturbing the peace, illegally assembled,

In a recent article in the Orlando Sentinel quoted a THUS : calve much la the way of encouragement. 24t1! MMIY% or disrupting any freedom of activity or movement of anybody
study which indicated that 41.6 per cent of the people, HIM Arm To many, tt may ,. | f H. 111k. els*, tt rai d policeman's dory to disperse the crowd remove the .
interviewed in Florida felt that they were better off 20tt seem as If we are going back irs a joy Scorpio who have Why trouble You know test ofrtD to do so with whatever force tt takes to accomplish
financially than they were five MAY 2(11 ward instead of forward. This done their share of the world's what serves you' interests and his objective: The policeman has the right to protect himself

Only 21.2 per cent said they years were ago.worse off, and 34.8 Do what needed. This really being only a temporary stateof labors, and who have been ladles without having any busy- against anybody from age six to 60.
per cent admitted that financially they are about the is the period when the Idea of affairs should not be misinterpreted provident besides may r.u/. trying to tell you. If yoa That 1s also a personal right I would shoot 10-year-old
as a signal to adopt settle have achieved basic alms, feel kid attempting to harm or take
same while 3.4 per cent said they didn't Know.. not bridges till you down to the sort of ex advantage of me Just as readily
The Sentinel feels that those who said didn't get crossing. the best philosophy certain restrictive policies, or istence they. always have anti secure: regarding BOW and the as I would a man of 40. A pollremia has even more authority
they
to revert to some discredited cipated., future and are at peace with Police brutality has become the
know the best to follow. As long as you This should &signify wolf-cry of those who want to
probably After
gave answer. all one cannot have enough to do for each day views or customs of the past ,for many, relishing bJe your conscience you are violate the law without police action against them. This u is what
forget the rise in all kinds of taxes. The didn't
indicate whether report as it rises, wait for tomorrow Proceed with personal projects: within the privacy of the home = found to eel thai you are. happened la Chicago daring toe Democratic National Convention.
home "financially better" referred to take before working out schedule. and collect profits that are to 'and leading the kind of social accomplishing the ntsifm life And U has happened la other areas during civil disorders
pay or gross income. And If the higher-ups on be made without entailing any* life that II fulfilling rather than has reserved for you. And if rioting.ff :-
The people living in the ghetto' may be worse off different directives: frequeat pass undue risks. Then alt tight and Just ostentatious but empty ss. despite previous tensions the toe legalized authorized forces la our nation are going to '
who knows. However, it U our impression that the low and unexpectedly: U Just watch the rest of the world JIla.1, harmony required in key relationships let.a small segment of hoodlums and dissenters take we
appears G'f.r.
income group like the majority of Negroes is worse off better to follow rather than oby.S 9.- 10 It -15-M-lM ; has been fully restored are really headed. for aa anarchic state

today., question them. Pursue your romantic 90 11 U744'lifti ,.there should be BO needto Black or white rich or poor young or old who go counter to

and marital Interests itart'1ookIDc' for new bones the orderly sad' established processes of activity, and who
so as to make ceitala that the SHIWIUJIIIMIV. of contention. infringe upon toe rights of others should expect and should get
poke : t 1-70-1$ toe most vehement of police reprisals
binding holding ffflfrltS 3499.725.UJCHV .
'THIS WEEK IN NEGRO HISTORYOctober together are strong _and not' llll IK.23rd '23ri IEC. Ilka It la going: to tab action aa suggested and enforced by leaders
Uxety to be severed by minor 21st OUeago Mayor Richard Daley and Miami t Chief of Police

differences.-: UP!. 2211. Boater t position. Many have Walter fieedky, to convince the black and white hoodlums that
59.44 climbed tar Dirt Fti they may be signing their own death warrant when rebuke
60 .16 104 as up as they can they
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Nigeria gains from Great
: Independent Britain. and
It's your world. There ace xpect to go for the time being.Instead mi .111. 2iti defy established authority.
people around who think hey .
October 4, 1100: Nat Turner called "To Prophet" was born UllltJa know best and who would like-, of wasting time aDdIDU'U Suggest; doot command.- r'
y trying for other towering
a. slave IB Virginia to 14 the famous insurrection which bears 2fsf to run your home, finances,' There U a general Impression ,
that
lft"21s1 peaks be
his In South may beyond created by some tut books
name Hampton Vs. in August 18J1.
cultural Interests and ere :
Take It. Whatever comes rap yourself U you kt them. Don't' the reach best anyway of, the dig in a4ftIItaceIa1r.47 and mats that Pisceans are so easygoing LETTERS TO THE EDITOR ,:
in the way of a new habitation give them the slightest en. that they will take almost any
ap-ed should be. gained. There Is ample thing lying down This Is not ;
or another Job U couragement. There's nothing .Mr.:Editor:
colonel the Union Army-the highest rank achieved by a Negro accepted as an opportunity and Ute making your ova mistakes, eclipse confirmation that tt from would a be lunar futile kind how tt la and this Is the i iCased" '

afclng the Civil War. nothing else The Idea that this getting on your owa spots and. to yearn for more, and that hive of mistake that many people a Roosevelt A, ,Tames. Jr. (ale} Statement a G1E0 ,
learned
to work harder not to make
may oblige you t.ttlaloat of them without had better make by 'Representing !ewer luome District IS: "
that
October t, 1962: James Meredith enrolled at the University of does not seem well founded '. help. For some you sure trying to prove the point oa ne poor lOt eJect IM1r caddate

Mississippi gutrd of Federal troops. and the very opposite could yhhoo really may have felt constrained you BOW Installed.are fast A where(ew who yoa have'are some friends or relatives belonging US ap OI't th .h De1r d1Itrfct. n. panr to structure eethem todt a I.1,
turn out to be the to tills silo Although
eventually this Is a month fora Iud 1& electing their
,been in : candidate Mast cI 1M
a to
hurry
October mi Soc see first organised protest against slavery case. Good Judgment could be declaration of Independence where should allow get some they are peace loving by nature act vats becaut: cI eondltiou Sole eo.1dta't tile poor people did

made by of Friends (Quakers) in Pennsylvania overridden by unjustified emotional to be read to members of the' their mates and eserrghUmrfor friends to'eat and principle, U does not mean were sick ud eoaIda't pi GIlt crI bed. sow g didn't pout know, some that
reactions the 6th 6th. that they are DOt capable of
on they cu fttt wttkad
family group as toj; for a regtdratios., Sow
up DeW fields to conquer 11 did ad know Dat
October I. IMS Timothy T. Fortune Some of old friends too,, rank defending themselves against could
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Journalist and founder of your neighbors or outsiders. void making the mistake"of they fttt ud tile power Itncbre took
The New fork Age, was bora. Be died la 1928. uthap not apt to see things other The lunar eclipse also reveals act, devoting enough time injustices or personal attacks.There poor people wkkk always Ms pees. ha eel tile In isley the bcQa.tile
g poor
la the darkest hues, or are some superficial and a
that freedom 1uaDI. The of .
personal out mrnteg tile
October S 1MI the lathe light of what happened goes to dear ones, especially: those, things that Plsceaat do not'consldst paver atnctue it tile tlacls
: WERD only Negro-owned radWatlon at ,when Indebtedness cornea in.' IUD at a tender ass. Tom Ittcro white pour atncbIrt YIIo ;
, Etta art : the
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the time, began operation la Atlanta, Ga. long tag. ,<<0, worthjlghtlng over. bekk Myrtle A-1Coa1II .
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Tbt Board of Directors of the New York Urban League bell a Whitney Yotmc, and many others. Mr. Miler was presented Abort, left to right, art slows members of the latest cradnatinc Thompson Mrs. Jeanettt Kmsor, Urt. Martha Harris, Mrs.
cocktail reception at the Sky Club la the Pan American Building a silver plaque mounted on mahogany, commemorating the three ''ctau of the Bourn School of Nursing namely: Mrs. Rebecca Y. Juana McKnlghl and Mrs. P. Newman A,P. Crawford Phot
recently, in honor of its retlrlnc and newly-fleeted board years be served u President of the New York Urban Uacut. .
members. More than 400 members of the Board of Directors Among those who witnessed the ceremony, u shown la the abort LmksGtlf Club Silks lattrtst h
and wellwlsbers of tilt New York Urban Leapt beard John photo, left to right met Mrs. Th/odort Knell Frederick
Mosler, the retiring president extolled by President Johnson Eversley, Mrs. John Procope, the Dew chairman of the Board Of Hilt" Sctalm li Tkt Spirt' Alpha Kqpji Alphi, ;Sorority .
Viet President Humphrey, Governor Nelson Rockefeller Mayor William CbUholm Mr. Mosler, the new Present of the Mew C'tuIm.Rbo Omega CUpter
John: Lindsay, Senator Jacob K. Javlts, Senator Charles doodell, York Urban League David Me Call, Judge Andrew L. Tyler; The "Ladies of'the Links Golf Club" U sponsoring a pYoJect:

Conntssnun Jonathan Blngham Congressman Ogles Reid* first vice president and Mrs. James ...Watson rice prtsldent. to youth.promote. Interest la golfing on tilt part of our high school. Proudly Presents


t. Nitltaal Sorority Will CtavtatKIBSIS Ebony fashions Fair Tree Booths crttnsfHSTill Past activities Include the
WEDD be donated to two youths, boys sponsoring of a local open EIONY
707 or girls between1 tbt apt of tournament, assisting local
I1"". City Aiist Of 1969 Listed By Alphas II and 17, Name enrolled la clubs and tournaments, sad
Applicants should eon motoreadlng. to other cities for FASHION
TRENTON, N.J. -Mrs. EUtabetb H!Henry',first enll-buleu BEllS tact Miss Gertrude L. Styles, participation la tournaments. *
or the National Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa, recently announced For October 28 president Immediately, at J7t Mrs. Maxlnt Meares, tournament
the results of the Annual National Education Examination for Louis H. Smith M16 Let St., Gamma Rbo Omeca Chapter West. Wth Street chairman, and prtsldtntcbotL FAR
for
prospective teachers. This competitive scholarship project to and Gwendolyn J. Matthews, of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority The club was organised by Miss Styles bare woe spproal' ,
encouraflnc outstanding women to enter the teaching profession<< Ul Moocrlef Rd., W., 16. win present the fabulous Ebony the late Mrs. Robert Holland.nattonaflyksowa ". mutely ont hundred trophies fntiriif sctitiRitiit iidls.liilnlii ,
1s ont of tbt mOlt Important facets of the national procram of Fashion Fair apiA this year. golfer 20 and awards. The bavt played .
the National Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa, u International. Robert L. Young XSlt Wyltnt The show! wffl feature IS of tat! year ago. The club has bad la many tournaments over tilt lirfiHS, 'iiwstflis I
teachers orcanlaaUoa composed of teachers and administrators.Fiftyseven St., II and Battle M. Jones,. nation's top models wearing only four prtsldtats l t Mrs country. They baY played la
chapters partlclpated the winning candidate from the 1111 Moat It., n. the latest fashions from all over. Alicia Harrington and Mrs. Spain, the Bahamas, tbtBritish crutliis
with a total of 4M Southeastern Region sponsored the world. Margaret Paul art former West Indies? ta Italy, Paris ui Utist

candidates. by Alpha Beta Chapter of NashvlUt. Freeman Cook,,16S.,. ..16tht. The date 1s October tl, The presidents. CONTINUED!' ON AGt M }'
The winning candidate from the'., .: : rl:; ,-. i, \( ., XI and Marperltt AjCook. place Is toelsm of the GEORGE W ASHtl6totrHOTEL ( )
Eastern Reclon 1s Miss M r. ',,, Ira So thwtsltraRecioQ UU ZlstCL, Iii' P George Wisnlntas Hettt* 4 jjrREMEMBER _
pret A. Robtnsoa spsosortdby winner wasMlssDarltntSmoole Benefiting trpm the program CLEOPATRA AUDITOfiKIH
Beta Tat Chapter of Salisbury, sponsored by Gamma Willie L.' H. Manuel, tUO will be tie Sorority's scholarship kr
Ml miss Robinson has matriculated Epsilon Chapter of Oklahoma Pearce St., t9 and Emu J/ procram. Its Testier and The Ancient African Betutyft October 25, $:OO.P.U.
at Morgan State Collect City and U majoring la mJ:hs- Salter ISZO Pearce St, 19., Study Skills Clinic and Its Shoes *totM ta u MI MHM .
for a major In mathematics.: milks at the University of I.", S t MP N ; '
for tbt. Needy ProjectTickets r.g9 NNAI M NLII. }
The Midwestern Reclon winner Oklahoma In Norman Okla. Edward L. Jackson, 14)7 W. for the Fair may ta .IN".. Wtk NNdu NMNrw Gen. Admission 5.00SfndepU
Is Miss Breads E. Bland The FarwesteraRetionwinner1s 16th St. tO and Jerelent B. obtained from members of tbt ".I W w NWt,41 uW IAN MM I..rat
sponsored by Alpha XI Chapter Miss Virgule Imyly Ellis, .lu{ Community Ct, 19. Sorority and at the door. Plan ,.M"" N beep WbMlttMI., amt., y1 IMN,lrINL,,, N M..t.y wlttA h IAN t.A Sill %
of Cleveland Ohio Miss Bland sponsored by Beta Nt Chapter BOW to attend this top social {Kill{" k.Il "AM, N.N N{ ,li .NWkry
Is a student at Albion University of San Francisco. She U major- James L. Jenkins Sll Cope- affair. Mrs. E.J. Joats U NN1" MM{Kau" M Aar I" 1 Reserved Seats 6.00
la Albion Mkk and IIIDAJorlnJ. Inc In French at the Universityof bud St, Ie and Daly P. Hawkins Fashion Eli Chairman; Mrs. /'""IM N .lmNl M',1 IN1I. Ml lit|Sill'Ull KCCIII IVCtltt"
In child SWJ'ebolo' California la Berkeley Call! "KI (Kalil" GA W yNMM Ip jqMMlf, t. IN Nth
Z16 Copeland St, tl. NR. While, basUeus, can breached **.* N.yM! Mw.w. MT. Mt.r MlwNWteNIAM
Miss Christine I, Perkins was Another recipient, Miss Vlckl at S5C-GU5. Mrs C. /19.l NCI *" Ml (IIM, r"4 il t.Miilmi IMNL
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J. Hlndnua, completed her col- William L. Newbill S7M' Iris
P. Thompson 1s publicity: director Insist( on the blue and gold pacfcsgtsl
Difclii Garden lectcoirstcwltbhlchtithonors Hvd'LU and Mary L. Jones, .
within three years at .IU., westmou St., If. -- --- -------- --
Club Heels the University of Tennessee
at KnoxvlUe. Malllt S. Reyward,1566, Mor-
With Mrs BrownThe Other remaining winners Included pa St., 81 and Calethla Manl- .
the followinc prospective. putt, 1177 LocaaSt, SO.
Dahlia Garden dub will teachers:
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meet October 10 In tbt homeof Miss Gertrude A. Dopcon Uroy Dorsey, 111) W. 'loth.St : '

Mrs. Maude Brown UU Spelmaa College, .Atlanta; Miss' ., )7 Jacqueline: T,.Hart ',, '' < < t:: ,
Grove at 7 .'". :=; ., ;, .. <
Spring Road p Felicia R. George, N.Y. StateUniversity J704 Pearce: St, U. : : ; ,

Mrs. Queen B. Williams Is New PaUs; MlssW.Alma : !"4 .,Ii':. :..tI" h1 -' ; ;:::. 4'.1 ;.Jt./.1J.i..l.} .r < ., \ .: !.
president.; Roblasoa, MldlleburyrCollege Calvin Porter Cocoa, Fla., ". .' '
This 1s tbt first meeting of Middlebury, VI.; Miss 20 and Hattie F. Davis) 15 : ,y.---: .. '' ''
the Fall season. Mrs. Williams Marie K. Carr, Kalamasoo Lie St., IL. .
has announced Important business Collect, Xalamasoo Mich; :.;. ''
for tbt openlnc. Miss Carol E.BelrassDouclass Calvin Dixon, 2120 Forest St, ., .

.Colkr, Ke* Brunswick NJ.; II and Susan D. Baker, 1)11 f .'(, ., ,"., !.,
Barracks
Gateway Miss Susaa R. L&nbH,1DCS1&na Pasco It., 11. ; w".>".:Si. ..t.
University, Hoomlnrton ltd; ':. : : -
Plans Regular Miss Jacqueline A. Akins,Bryn Clifford E. Ftdd, 1909 Decoct ",;
Mawr College, Br'J'I Mawr,Pa.; St., 20 and Sandra Sberryleaa ., <. ,
Heeling Oct 5 Mat Robin E. Wracc Stanford Bess, 1)09 Ruhlnc St.,. 19. i "
University, Stanford, Calif; Leroy Cox,Jr.,1557 Louisiana
Gateway Barracks: No. >1>1, Miss Yvonne D. Jones Carleton St., 46 and Mary L. "Wilson L
Veterans of World War No I, Collect Northfleld. Minn.; 1170 W.State St., 49.
will hold their regular meeting Miss Paula R. Rhodes, LI
Saturday', October S, at 1509 American University LWuhlnt Joseph N. Henry, 1726 V.33rd
Kings Road. too. D.C. and Miss St., 2) and Rudy R.Bur rough,
Members art expected to receive Daniels, UCLA Los Angeles, .2)17 W. 2Kb St, 22. The week end
cards. The election will Calif. 7-day :
be held on the but meeting Mrs Henry, Education Chairman Charles E. Wright, 157S W.. I 1
day of the month Plans art reports that thereceatBatloowtdt 21th st., 19 and Addle A.Baas,
being made for the SOth anniversary txaminatlon was the 1519 W. 21th st., 19. .
Novemberll at the largest and the successful Don H. Johnson, 262 W. Duval Why woit until Soturdoy when you con start tonight Because now you con call long distance any night of the week for the

barracks. Members art arpd la tilt history oitheorpnlsstks. St., 94 and Gertrude O. Wai- some low price you pay on Soturdoys and Sundays. Not more than $1 for a 3-mlnute, stotion.to-stotion call anywhere: in the

to remember tbt sick. thou, 721 W. ,Monroe St.. II.. country, after 7 p.m.* So go ahead and stort your weekend right now

Call Chat Club Mrs. Eva lieu Johnnie 1.. Holmes, Jr., 954 'Maximum rotes for o J ante, station--ttotion call plui tax> anywhere In the U.S.. except Alaska ond Hawaii.

Sees Sisters Broad St. 21 and EanesUatHecks I ..
SpNStrs Tea 900 led st.. U. .
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The Chit Oat Civic Ctab will After Sif aralioi. Benny 1.. Plttman, 1411 Steele f 4 : ; 1" .
Us auaalml&lk&l'" St, 19 and Willie M. Grant, ; _J<-::! "' ', .i. I ; ._ .
oa sponsor October n at IU Jefferson After S9 years of separation- U4( W. State St, 20. _U.I.. "l :. t tlifJf: ll"eriJ.i: ..:\!, .:.", .!.:''1it. ', .
Mrs. En Bell '
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Street, from 4 to I p... Mrs. East list Street pthtrtd, to- Brace 1.. Wilson lOSIAlmedaSt : > .t :- :" ," .
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Eartba Harper, the Ml. Ararat piker atr sisters for a gals. .. 20 and Shirley J. White, '. ; : .
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Baptist Youth Choir and others, baaqqetlaXewarlLlU.They 2U4W.lstSt.21, .; \ : .'V' .. .- ,
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vill be present. art Mrs. On > Ii1' : -.r.1.. .
art: Bellamy, .r..} .i>
,S..lItie Ciltore ,"t .., .fJ. ,. :
teflon of West Palm BeaQ.na..llrL'' Aniif' -, 'j : ft ;
Mlaalt ...... aadMrs.GtorfJa ; .; 't' '. '. : .=, .1.! J : rI
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Official VkKs Ifaaicaa of .wart, : .
.Eipects K.J.. Mrs. Fade Graham and Tht< Semlaole Culture Cmb I, < :; : J" .. /:-- : : r ,. '
Tat Jacksonville Post 117 of Md i, Teq Gnu ct1.L: win meet Saturday, October (, ; ,, .. 'i 1)1')
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fight U October: II. OOctra meet sfoaday, ta tbt horns I AscBSsloa win to held : ; :> '
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I Pernandina First Baptist Will Host 65th Annual Session of St. James MissionariesMrs. I'I'I '




Cludiie I. Williins Breed Supports Ht. Calvary Baptist MINUTES'
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I Will Preside Over SessionsThe 7 : l: Units Will I CelebrateDistrict N1r THE BIBLE

Sixty-fifth annual session of the Union Saint James Ills I No. I and No. 15 will I, COHNIUUf I. SUM Mil.MUAN .
slonary Baptist Association: will meet with the First Baptist celebrate their anniversaries mil OCMTV 'n
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Sunday, October 6,al the
Church of Fernandlna Beach from October 9 to 13. J
at 3 p.m. A guest minister will
Rer. R.H. Heuklah will serve derator will speak on the role .

U host pastor. Ret. C.J. Watkins of the presiding officer. IVUeiputs Heads of groups are: Deacon NOT ALWAYS THAT BADI

Is moderator. Mrs will be Mrs. Aline J. Mynus, District No. 2; Deacon
Clandine 1. Williams Is Bradley, Mrs Rena Harris, Albert Jackson, District Hair<< \on net heard' the won' of nil of n'*? Sum- p.rplr| lairI neat
president of the women. Mrs. Bessie Slrmons, Mrs. G. No. 15, Mrs. Janie Jenkins, lliHiimMnnn' "'a. a nhinl old Rom 1.221.: ,,'hleh11: -tmlli
A board meeting will be held W. Warren and Mrs. Darnella president "of No.2 Mrs! niifgjih ho litol'$ In a mall roiintr <'rr i I. no dillrnrne. few all harmnniil
on October t at S p.m., for the Kapers. t' I rj Jammerson, president ;of No. \ limnliin hr ilitil' hi. hmh mil tunic lmrt ..I ilir RI|,,",

men. The women's meetlngwill The women's hour will be 15; Mrs. B. Johnson, secretary bI I Imhr. fmii'ral' parlor' for llmTiUM of (...1." Thc Think llurr {< a
be at 5 pro. hosted by the ladles of First of District 2 and Mrs. Ollle ulilioiil' antmw v\m lallngnolirr. ill(Tinner. .nc') That flirt hate IKKINIII
The theme will be "The Baptist from 5 to 6 p.m. 1C. King, secretary of District rlnallv. Ihr.ila* of the hur a. ninfiil I. .......,:.. .Mi. Inn

Mission and the Ministry of On Friday morning at ( a.m., 15. Rer. William Hill ispastor. lal few of hi* oh) tmnUt did while IHIV! may .InitifTmiiir in
the Church. The theme song the leadership training class i' Mop In in al tram par hHr rrKTl ihr nature or OK tk'*w of out
will be "0 Zion Rote, Thy will begin. In the afternoon the I Dawdlers' Of 'Isis .] .. .;". Rinnan S Ii rljttil.whcn! .h o,i
Mission High Fulfilling.! combined worship committee \Ii lhf<' galhrnil llw funrralilirrriw dial ilMtr in no iliAVtrncr In thin;
On Thursday morning, from will be In charge. Officers' Plan Hoiecoaitg Mill!: "No* ftllowt. wr that ".11 hate .h,,,..., ami rmnrImrt
S a.m., to 10 a.m., the leader reports will be heard at 2:30.Rer. ship training class will be held.Mrs. C.J. Watklns,moderator, RIH in hate.' rimr Unit' ofnlrr few ma\ put up I Rimt' fnnii. fT|.
Clara Jones Is dean. will deliver his annual address For October him. W"on'l _'''och heir lair lug that lie I I. not nearly *n gnatinmT

Teachers will be Mrs. Ethel after 1.30: p.m. Between Sand The Daughters of lib, Ladles < Carte Ila Mrs. Ethel Jenkins and 6 p.m. the ministers and .Meeting with leaders 'of Chicago's militant New Breed organisation, Vice President Hubert auxiliary to the Ancient m the. funrral' lirrrlor him. hrhlgr l I. till fcrl or I 'linnitnil' falhull
Mrs. el Mcltlnney. deacou' wives will demon- H. Humphrey is assured of support of black businessmen, social workers, policemen and Egyptian Arable Order Nobles Mlf grml in lake chargr.Mr .. of ....nnh'. Ihr. rhamt. It IIsill
At 130: Thursday a IS-minute strate. Mrs. Annie Sharmon and youth organisers In an effort to Involve young Americans the political process. Leaders of the Mystic Shrine, Habit iH-gail In anllng. "lMlhrr llirrra i.c'l.,... tn chin irTYnnwinf<< h.

worship period will be held. Mrs. Ethel Carter will be in Include (1-r) schoolteacher, Larry L, Korea, executive secretary; electronic engineer, Court No. 25, will hare the .l'l urnx-onr ..hn hail ....... Ruralwonl Tlil. l. win ""r ill until.1.Ior
A business period of thirty charge. At 10 a.m. Saturday James R. Hutchinson, chairman, and policeman Curtis Slater, executive committee. The annual homecoming on October lo M\ for lloniw Ix';'""? Slit)' farKhiiirM dint rcndting in ihr
minutes will follow, with President Mrs. Annie M. Ben win pay successful New Breed group, which operates numerous enterprises In Chicago, has agreed 20, from 4 to 6 p.m. In the Inirinl, him. galn them wailiaihlt I riches" of e:c.I'| .....,." (Fph I:Tjml .
C.L Williams In charge. tribute to the deceased. Re,. to help form .young black leadership groups In. scores: of other key cities throughout the borne of Past Potentate and ulrnrr. ,,,,.illi.II*' Twit olil .\ ""rr maY hate lhl In inming
Officers and new workers will B.J. Wallace will deliver the nation. Mrs. I(. Thomas, 948 Old mart mornl 'up iml. nit i <: '"11>.H. I in Ihr. CliriM "hn ilkil for mir tint

be presented at 3.15.: memorial sermon. Sunday Kings Road. Daughter Ester ran tat. ihli much few limns: hra (I lot. MS: ) "ror toy grad anw
The theme will be further School will meet at 1:30 with Union Conmnnity Drill Is DlostrloDS Command- u n'l .1.! ..... I. l.ail t I. I* 1nnI. til. through fallh. I'''| thai Inn
explored by Mrs.Madeline Ser Mrs. Ida Klngas superintendent Religion And RaceELECTIONS ress. Daughter Ada Reaves isewcordresa limb w..." : of 'met'''I tui il I I. Slit gift of (...l"Fph.

mon, speaking on the theme as for the women. Mrs. Gertrude Plans Women's Day Noble A.E. Rend To 'x' he_.... but this crime of I ( 2R: ).
It affects the conference, and Barnes Is In charge of public is advisor..
by Mrs. Rosa B. McCrary, who relations, with offices at 1363 Union Community AME Church: THE FAITH OF JESUS CHRIST I
will consider the theme u It Harrison, Jacksonville.A CABERONES Botswana (NPO Four bishops were reelected Baptist. Ministers'
relates to contentions.The mo- and a new one elected at the recent quadrennial session will celebrate Women's Day on -. Ilir nflilrnxmrH of f;odIn thai hew VrlHunp| hash tmtclmlnt: .
of the Africa Central Conference, United Methodist Church Sunday October 20. Mrs. W.C. Wires Ihr lilli nf Jn.. (:liritl.HHln all umlit tin ihil Ihr fmiml*.. In
which convened In this capital city of the former British colonial: Neal of St. Thomas Baptist win Get Ready. nil anil ../..."i 'II Ilirt.. llmlMirrr" ihr faith of J.-wS, OiriM. mihl|( l lglxii hr
speak In the morning ""Ie.. In Own hint ,.,.,;,.,,,,." IlitraRjin.
territory of Bechuanaland Reelected were Bishops Ralph E. (Rom S:22)Nolr. )
Dodge, Escrlvao Zungnte, Harry P. Aadreassoa and John Wesley Mrs. Mares Wright will be For Fail AgendaThe Ilir .\ ."k' Paul. .IMITtrt Ire liriktr. Uvanv ll<' ftHih
soloist. Mrs. Jenkins of .
Shuncu. The new bishop ls the Rer. Abel Mutorewa, 41. He has guest Baptist Ministers' Wives not n-fi-r lo faith In Oirin.; 'IHII HH- ... ) o( lest lonliikiHr.Xain .
been assigned to the Rhodesia area. the lit Zion AWE Church will will return to servlcevlth their taut ../ (;I.ri.n, c...... IKnfir .\ In Mill J:". Sir am..tiiiipnMii '
be guest superintendent ol the first meeting Monday, October In ..hal CJirN hiltitiil his raihif ;,i lit. iltiilrr. for a rlghti-mi

CONDEMNATION! Sunday School.At 21; at S.30 p..., at 1924 West lo Mi noiihfiM-M, lo If l.lM-\nllli miHd .. ,1. ....11. -1"lt! thai
S .m. the people
JOHANNESBURG (If PI) What might be construed as a will be ,in charge.young Bth 'Street President C.L < ("Ie"in. ., liHh. ii ihiiMiRh Ile,:: bhh i4
crack In the armnr of South Africa's pet"l trthtl4" policy was 'nItC.ltIt1a1llDCtrs will be Williams win be in charge. \\v Sara mil I.HKH dual. f iih ta'a :'I Unl.--.IIH'| whit: ". ... right,

aired recently when the South African Council of Churches on Mrs. Tommle L. Mrs. David Johnson win be iitipinial. meals: il i. l.....mhilIhH nHiMM-v wl.iili h ill (Mill fir' fmfhllrn't
publicly condemned the segregationist policy of the government Wilder program.will nerve as pastor. bost i. ..f>/rrf/tr/ : il l IN'IHii. In allnlHt m.n' faith ngiiiii'! .Hi* hm
and urged "South Africans to lire by Christian principles even The orgaaltation will 'I IK. ollM-r I.I ...l>/...'h"'l il la! blili in DiiiK Imaiiv '(;rule h

U this be contrary to some of the customs and laws of this Queen Of South celebrate the 24th anniversary a ini*,,i iht ./"'....'..,. Our rat," ni|>l<1i'It lihful.' OMnpklHt.
country." involved In the statement were some Dutch Reformed Monday, November 18. Abuse lo olial I |ii": '"i .1.....: ihr mint 111wain ale,h, lo hr lulhtiil. In, HiwM| \
Churches, and those of the Presbyterian, Methodist,. Anglicanand band and wU.'. talent program IN i., I If I .lour Mill In rem MM- f All (niialu' fur ran MIH suit Kixm
Plans
A MATmui Mon Roman Catholic faiths. No. 105 will be given. (.idi. "tlltilt) ton tlHHilil kale. fahh in (M'ati-n ill'|ii-ii.liig. ihr mil
rntfHOMt CALL ft SHOW .fill HH ("' tin.iwlelht..hHst'. .Is..d <(<:'ha" illInt .. Jt1.... ,'|
BACKING Meeting October 8 Allen Chapel I'HMS' HKii, mill fiHgitiiM'o.Hut ; .

on WT U atvttDo WILMETTE, in. Alpo The Reverend Bvckner Cot, tni limn In \I. fault .-|>!..lii ...-' ......1...... -Ihr Mill .<4fliri
O-yeir-old pastor, First Congregational Church of WUmette, Queen ol the South Chapter 105 A.M.E. Church .... li-fm in "Ilir IHIIH 0' t ".i"" *.. .l..aMi.nk4. imr l of OES wW October I at
have recently won his second rote of confidence la two years over meet : awl lath llilH hI. |>IIIHNI. |I. Inii in.diii*, \\lMl )P..-I.. ....IIe.l il ....
you questions about the' biggest 410 Broad Street. Third Floor
the Issue of his Involvement la civil rights and sail>war Will CelebrateAllen ..1.| .'.>i/r our 1.,1. nouhfnrM of hi UlMtr<< I., 'II'm l... mhaikiii UHi
crisis Room 2 at S All .
our nation has ever activities. The congregation voted SU-I1S, to retain Its minister p.m.to be memibers Chapel AILS Church: will Nil imnpltlr' ........tc.,,,.. .I hal IMh "iif iM4 nhollt lit In rtliiiliinm .
are expected present
faced, the'raclal crisis? and his two associates and then voted 4M.ZU to back a mi .. ...
to receive: greetings from the celebrate Women's Day onSun- IMM i<1 1 lo NI fjiih IH tin ihlv .t lit mN In
Do you have suggestions resolution affirming the right of the ministers toad ,. ..., ,.. .......
you'd like on ImportantIssues workshop which was held In day, October 27, according tot (lni 4 i IA to sake to the Black and 'the White "according to conscience" Pfosacola, Fta. Queen B. release from the office: of the In I IK' IMMURT. .1.". IM .Ie,(.".. pal hula KHIKiiniii |_| In .HIM*
Rer. J.C. Bannerman.Mrs. heal IN' lighliiHimrM ill C..1.| ...... IhU U (1r..ul.
i I I 'leadership about how tQs'oUeit, ?, AFRICAN Williams 1s Worthy Matron pastor, 11 721)) "
MSSKVf v Winie Mae Shlggs will, kllHli; U'-Irt HH Uilh ..f <(<:ruiel'It.pdii I(,imil.Mtilii) TIN'I".1 ftlMtt 4ailor ft
t Do, you ,ant to hear -whtit->Pther ACCRA >(NPI)'-,Faith Temple Chnrch fCod la Christ1., ..
: ; r .
*e general chairman Mrs.: l ;<< !>* 'Ifcr Sawa
*:ordinary "citizens ask P op1' John under Bishop>> H.W. Coldsberry, 1s pet! u Iy In the'Vi.it Afrlon' 'Mrs. Albino Green Leola Gamble will be co-chair '' '((11...'h 'ewer tallh. In J..... tlni<4 ...of ,/,.... iJmll ..r
Lindsay and Stokely'Caroichael and' Independent black nation of Ghana to establish several new man. Acting pastor will be Mrs Him). l.werd"'I t \ Ie HI:II).

hat sort of answers ,they come up churches: congregation.of denomination.. He ls accompanied by Ore m.m'rl'01111I Convalescing it Home Velma LDntrmu. Mrs.Mon "",iI..h. in (.al. S::22 IH. ''''.Ic"

with? Make J. Sampson win be secretary -- -
yourself heard and
hear it Mrs. Alberta'Green of ell and Mrs. Rosa L. Cain, Mt. Aunt lijtlst Cbirch
all on NIGHT CALL the new, nationwide SPEAKER Court ''C'' 1s ill at her home.Mrs. treasurer.
telephone call-in CHICAGO-(NPO-The honor of opening the I H.... lecture
show Green II a member of Captains for the day will be:
series of St. Xavier College recently went to the Rev Jesse L. Hosts Fli. AssecfitiM
Mrs.
Grant Memorial AME Church. Fannie Williams, II r s.IL. .
WRHCjtl30| : P,II. II 12:30: A.II. Jackson national director Operation Breadbasket The lecture and a member ot the Semi- Mateke, Mrs. Euralee
series Is on "Issues and 1 eu." Dr. Jackson's, topic war Civic Social and Savings Club Tooku, Mrs. Daisy Brown The East Florida and Bethany Baptist Association will convene
Taraait Friday212N933II "Urban Problems and the Spirit of Hope. Mrs Lnola Burns chairman. Mrs. Uvenla Squire, Mrs. Lee in Its 75th annual session with the Ml Ararat Baptist! Church

't Call Celled V. Calvin, Mrs. Odell White, October U to X7, Tuesday through Sunday. A large number of

The United Methodist Church Greater New Hope Colessliii liptlst ChokCelebntes Mrs. Genera Blakeney, Mrs.Madia outstanding. ministers! and lay people will be in attendance.
Johnson "'Orrnr( Christian Soldiers. Moderator's
Released cooperation with the Mrs. Pearl The Hour will
In "
National Council of Churches Plans Celebration Next Fondiii Major and Mrs. Doris Allen. .them a *World. Selected Crisis'"," ninnts is the highlight the afternoon session.
National Catholic Office for Radio and Television The chairman of the programcommittee will be beard dairy. The ',"ion Saturday morning and at
ortho
Florida Council of Cheches Greater New Hope AME Choir No. 1 of Colosalaas Baptist Church will celebrate the will be Mrs. Wilii' doxy period will be supervised noon the children: and ybetaworkers

Church's annual Women's Day second anniversary on Thursday night October 10, at 8 p.m., M. Shlcn Mrs. Shirley Wl].. 'by Rev. G.T. McCall, Rev C. will be participating.The .
will be October W. la the church: auditorium 1154 West list Street Hams will bead the finance a Dalley and Rev sessions will be further
.. .committee: and Mrs. Louise E.R. Simp-
Services will begin with the -- highlighted by the
may choir of the city, and be: United Baptist Choir No 1, Cbappell will be In charge ofbeauUflcaUon. lOlL Each minister is well appearanceof
School choirs: and musical
Sunday at 9.30 The organ-
a.m. individuals will Informed In the
doctrinal
appear. Prayer Friendship Baptist Choir No.1, Cell
'
WOOLWORTH'Snnt.3ii morning worship service, at and Scripture win open the Redeem Baptist Choir No. 1, Communion service will beheld Other outstanding ministersand rations and by singers. The
11 a.m. will feature meeting will close: afternoon.
a messageby Sunday
services. The laymen
serving choir st. Matthew Baptist Choir No. Sunday with Rer. Banner- will participate.
.In.1 inn ST. Evangelist Mary Christopher winking before the introduction: 3, Varlck Memorial Choir No. man preacIIJq_Communion w1l1 The cine issues will be aired .
of the Church God
of In Christ.
of the mistress of ceremonies, 1, Moocrlef Baptist Choir No. be administered to the sick and by local laymen.
Mrs. Erallaa Wiggins 1s. IIr a. Vivian Cher"y.Mrs.Ruby X and Mt Salem Baptist! Choir 'shut-ins on Friday afternoons The host church: win presenta Freddie Davis
SOUTHERN chairman: Mrs Shirley Jenkins A. Stewart will give the welcome No. 1.The. preceding commjnlon Sunday welcome program Tuesday

co-chairman. The pastor address. Mrs. Ruth Glover will choir's history will be la the future.Prophet. at 7.30 p.m., with choirs and Fnily! Returns
for the day will be Mrs.
Z.L.
give the response. ..'lbtlma given by KathrynSeymour.( other talent participating.
Tyros wife of the pastor, Rev Edwards will sing. Other participants will be: John Dies On Wednesday the Ministerial
To Give,
FRIED CHICKENTREAT Z.L. Tyns Many other cltlsens: St. Mark's Choir will sing. House ol God Choir No. I, Ml Department will be in full Mule
will participate In the program.. Other choirs will charge.: Rer. B.H. The Freddie Darts
participating Pleasant Baptist! Choir No. 1, After Short Hartley,mo \ family
Ml Marian Baptist Choir No., derator, assisted by Rev better known as the Little
1, St. Joseph BaptUt Choir Noi Day, Rer. Simpson and R.,.. School will rerun to FirstBorn
t 1, Philadelphia Baptist Gospel Illness I In Philly McCall, will be In charge Temple, 823 West Monroe

Chorus, New Ml Olive Baptist Rer. W. (. Hill, moderator Street Saturday night OctoberS :
.p-;,
Modorn Choir No. 1, First Corinth PHILADLPHLIf PI) emeritus, will also play a pro- at 830. They are fromMlaml
Gospel Chorus, Ml Sinai Prophet John the Cooquerer nlnent role In proceedings Beach .
Sendee Baptist Choir No. t, and First made $5 million during hit Thursday will be devoted to Elder Mose Darts and the
"Corinth Baptist No. t. Mr'. Ifetime by predicting "lucky: the Women's Missionary Darts Singers win appear.
YOUR FAMILY Vivian Cherry will sing. Mrs.. numbers bits" for his follow Department OnFridaytbe Others win be Elder White and
HIT HIS A. Price will give the word ofthanks. ers. But be couldnt tale it District Ushers Union win be the-White Singers Madame
with him. Nor did he die a rich m charge. Cohen the
OR GUESTS! 1. 4' Mrs. Elisabeth Crawford Gospel Travel Stars
UiltniliPSIUlile will make remarks, aspresident man." .The Laymen'foUjer..b9o and Robert Williams. Elder
TAKE HOMEA The self-styled etangeLct: w1l11A18U on the 1 Dda.Head- White will be master of cere
/ who once wort diamond rings Its activities monies.
art Mrs. M.K. Mrs. Rosen Cohen
BUCKETOF 'I *:*** valued at more than $50l0, *"* ushers, and George is sponsor. Elder A. HOI Is
tj died without funds.Heap.reAl- Walker the pastor.j'
laymen .
.
CUE Negro Bishop ly had used up most of his per "
CHICKEN First '
:
.fortune several years ago Miss Un Co..nn'

TONIGHT! liHUETSirncE during Us unsuccessful legal '
Heads Board ofMiMrodist battles with the federal govern-
ment tat postal authorities : I

HOT-TASTE TEMPTING PREPARED PIIMPI IELlYEIT ClMrchMOtNEAPOLB The bearded "tacky: number*; ; "r
seer" was sentenced to Jail la
-Bishop Noah 1958 after being convicted on'
'SPECIALLY IN OUR OWN KITCHEN! IIIIS W. Moore, Jr. of Lincoln.: Nek, charges ot using the Bull to

Js, ttMTfirst Negro to bead a defraud. .
9IM: Tl I:PM major board ot DM United His newspaper advertisements i1
Methodist Church. Bishop mrged readers to "Write or xi
SPECIAL 8 PC.
SIT IKI SIKIATTl Moor was named to bead the call me today, get your
DINNER PAC board of evangelism.The Cadillac tomorrow." '!lout. '
INCLUDES 2 BREASTS 1.95 I 5 prelate was presiding tions" ot $5 to $100 came ta '* ,
2 THIGHS. 2 WINGS 1IAM: 3PM: bishop of the Southwestern area to him by -Miy-wittl .the. U.8.: ..

AND 2 DRUMSTICKS ol the Central Negro Jurisdiction Post Office closed. la on him.
of the former Methodist Prophet John,whose real... _
BOB SMITH Chmrca. Consolldatioa: the was Jack bomtafter* at age'
Individual Parts Also Sold Separately Methodist and ot the Evangelical 68 IB his complaining -
: United Brethre Churches of a stomach upset .1 ---1: >-.. .
MAKE YOUR OWN SEKCTIONI IlIA Cynthia
brought about his M'-H"q An. Waa Progressive Baptistr 01..11I4 lira. S.C.
.
.et FASHION STUDIO Offices ol the church an laNashville. SUE TO I FIGHT! for tilt II Miss QaIoG Procreum -
tIIAtq Wss Aram
Dr. Joseph TeakelU JIqJa1arItJ', Cocatat tisane woo the "Miss.
wII1
YOUR
MONEY'S WORTH MORE ATMrOOL1ArORTH' general secretary.Dr. The second warxpons by Uit...... Bud.
place rimer
Kermlt is [} ",
Loag associate IP".f.'
2422 N.- Until An 7SI-32II general secretary.. MB cl'Mr.. UGie 1tIrbtr, 1SZ1 Wed lilt Street, member 01 the
Royal71herotcle IIIpUst
Cherck. Re,. Lee McQeia
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OCTOBERS 5, 1SSI STAt HKM PACE l>


I. -West Friendship Baptist Holds 65th Home Annual And 15th Of Rev. Wilson PastorS I


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\ Matthew A.M.E.Woman's Mt. Zion A.M.E. _. ,Chairman 1jj hay Mlilsttrs And Oriilzitfeis Co -C..i..1MRS.
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I I RELIGION AND RACE I

Day Celebrates WHh : Will ApptirOi Ekbritt Prtri.

Scheduled For October
The Sixty-fifth anniversary celebration of the West Friendship IN' TRANSITIONNEW
Double Anniversaries Baptist Church, MS Carrie Street, and the fifteenth anniversary YORK (NPT) Racial tensions are In a slat of
St. Matthew AME Church,2072 of the pastor Rev Richard L. Wilson will begin Sunday October transition between street warfare and who-knowi-what according
'Commonwealth Avenue, Rev E. Mt. Zion AME Church's membership 6 at too p.m. Various ministers, their choirs, and their .' Wig to Gayrand S. Wilmore, Jr., United Presbyterian
Mobley, pastor, will observe has set aside October congregations have been Invited to share this Joyous occasion I Conference on Church and Race executive.: Wllmor noted that
Women' Day Sunday, October 20 to 27, Inclusive as a week j with us.October.' test summer's disorders were not u disastrous widespread
20, with two programs one In for celebrating the anniversary 6, 8:00: p.m.-Eman- A. King; St. Stephens Baptist as those that toot place during the summer 01191.,. Last year,
the morning the. other In the of the church and that of the uel Baptist Church Rev. S.L. Church, Rev. B.F, Addlsoo- 87 persons died In racial battles compared to 29 this year; and
I evening. pastor, Rev C. Jenkins. Badger, pastor} First Samuel Bethel Baptist Church, Rev. 4 K serious outbreaks toot place then, compared to 20 this year
Miss L.U. Mobley will serve With the exception Saturday, j Baptist Church Rev S.M. Gat David Johnson. "It Is difficult If not Impossible to determine fully the shape of

u pastor for the day Mrs some auxiliary will be In charge son; St. Luke Baptist Church, October U, 8:00-61.: Matthew the next step" Wllmor said.
Vera Shumaker will be chair each night. Sunday, at 8 p.m., Rev M.J. Trowell. AME Church, Rev. Eugene
man.: Mrs. Willie Mae Albany the deaconesses and missionaries October 7, 8:00: -Bethel Mobley; St. Mary's Baptist STILL HAS WOESIRASBURG
will be co-chairman.: Mrs. will be In charge. Monday Baptist Church. Rev. F. Williams Church, Rev. .James Bryant; 1 ; Vt. ,- (NPI) The Rev !David L. Johnson has
Gwendolyn Wlnegard will be night will feature Choir No. pastor; St. Matthew First Timothy Baptist Church, been cleared of adultery charges In a cue with racial overtones.
secretary. Mrs. ElltaSlmmons 1 and the Pulpit Aid Board. On Baptist Church, Rev. George' Rev. R.L Smith.October But his chances of continuing to be an ordained minister In this
will beta charge of programs Tuesday night Stewardess MRS. SHUMAKER Price. 11, 9.10-Sunday MRS. ALBANY small community have diminished. As Rev. Johnson put It: "My
u well u Mrs. Oasis Lee and papers ar* bound to be reviewed by church officials despite the
Board No. 1 and No. X will be October 9, 8.00-Magnolia School with Deacon Henry Mae will
Mrs. Eliza Simmons and Mrs. in charge, along with the Prayer St. Matthew AME: Church Is Baptist Church, Rev. W.S. Cotton and his staff In charge. Mrs. Willie Albany October outcome,because they have placed a markagainstmy character, ,
be co-chairman on 'and I've had
ace" The
never black minister became
L. a target of
Mobley.On AME
Band on Wednesday the stew planning to celebrate Women'sDay Peoples; St. James
the Finance Committee will ards will be In charge. On Sunday, October 20. Mrs. Church Rev. A.D. Harris;' October 14,8:00 p.m.-Sweet- 20, Sunday when St. MatthewAME abuse after being accused of committing adultery with a
Church D. : Church, Rev. Eugene 21-year-old whit visitor In his horn. Sine the left the
be Mrs. Jessie Jones, Mrs. Thursday the trustees will hare Vera Shumaker Is chairman. Macedonia Baptist Church, field Baptist Rev. woman
Barnes West Union Mobley, pastor, celebrates Its state the charges against Rev. Johnson
Thelma Sapp and Mrs. Johnnie charge. Friday the ushers and An Impressive program has Rev. R.J. Ganoius; Bethlehem ; Baptist located were dropped.
Is
P. Williams. Mrs. Laura Rose, Sunday the Choir No. 2 and the been prepared for the day.Rev. Baptist Church, Rev'W.L Church, Rev. A.F. Cummings; anniversary. The church ,
at 2072 Commonwealth. RACISM HITHICKORY
Church Rev.
Zion
Miss'Cloria and Miss Hop Baptist ,
Mobley Allen Christian Endeavor E. Mobley Is pastor.Th*church Williams.
Beverly Randall will be the E.R. Simpson; Day Spring N.C.-(NPI)-White Americana'"racist attitudes"
League. Mrs. J.L. Davis 1s Is located at 2072 Common- October 10, 8:00PayneChapel :
on the Publicity Committee. church clerk wealth. AILS: Church, Rev. R.' Baptist Church, Rev. C.A. have been attacked by 200 young people of Lutheran Churchof (
Gossie P Gray '
Members of the decorations Weaver.CHURCH Mrs. America during a Youth Convo at Lenlr-Rbyne College. Th*
committee wiU be Miss Addle youngsters also charged that churches ar* spending more oa
Andrews, Miss Jaaette Mobleyand Plans stained-glass windows than on the poor. In a resolution on race
Miss Ella Mae Hicks. NEWS' Anniversary entitled "A White Christian Pledge," the young people stated:
Captains will be Mrs. Mobley, "We must realls that w* are,a nation divided by whit racism. "
Mrs. Ossle Lee, Mrs. Joseph Mrs. tussle Paige Gray, cOntralto we' caused this division between1 black and w1I.1it. Yet, we must
understand that there Is only one race-the human race. Black
Ine Thomas, Mrs.TbelmaSapp will
ALLENDALE MISSIONARY BAPTISTPra'er the business will be held.. On Senior gospel singer, .
Mrs. Johnnie Williams, Mrs. monthly meeting Thursday 1s beautiful, whit Is beautiful, people are beautiful.
Service will be held Tuesday night at 8 p.m Sunday celebrate the thirty-second
Choir No. 1 and No. 2 will rehearse Jointly, at p.m. TbechUdren'
.
Mae J. Jones, Mrs. Susie Sutton School opens at ':30 a.m. Deacon Willis Is In charge. The choir will rehears at 4.10.: The SunJty School will October singing Sunday night,
Mrs. Ellta Simmons, Mrs. 6 at I at the
at U a.m. The evening service begins p.m.
morning worship begins observe tls seventy-sixth anniversary at 9 a.m., with the
Arnlta Riley and Mrs. JoyceDuds.
at 7 In The lesson Mt Calvary Missionary Baptist
p.m.TABERNACLE superintendent charge. will be reviewed by u
The church located Church and Dora Street
Spruce ,
appointee. Consecration will be at 10:50 a.ra. The morning WOOLWORTH'SBIWNTOIN
at 2072 Commonwealth. Rev. William Hill
BAPTIST worship begins at 11 a.m. with deacons In charge. Preaching pastor.
Baptist Sunday School begins at 9:10 a.m. with Mrs. Resale Solomon, will begin at 12 noon. Th BTU meets at 5 p.m. with Deacon Mrs. Gray Is heard each STIIE-3II( KHAN ST.
Philadelphia superintendent In charge. The lesson will be revlewedby Deacon James Phillips in charge. Th evening worship begins at 6.10 Sunday on a local radio station. .
Charlie Weaver. At 11 a.m. the morning service begins. Rev. Mrs. Ethel Davenport Bannis
p.m. Usher Board No. I and Choir No. 1 and tilt children's
Choir In will An adult choirs! ,the Male Chorus ter will be a honored soloist.
W.E. Young pastor, speak. choir will serve. Mrs. S.L. Badger and Mrs. Marlon Carter
and the Usher Board No. I win serve. Holy communion will be are la charge of music. Mrs. Bannister accompaniedMrs.
administered, with the pastor and deacons In charge.Usher Board Cray on the tetter's Initial
Fall Musical No. 1 will serve Holy Communion will be administered, with the MT.SALEM BAPTIST recital Rer. H.L. Herod will city
pastor and deacons In charge. Usher Board No. I will observe Rev. W.Q. Rogers, pastor. Location 1281 West 22nd Street. be master of ceremonies. He
1 of Philadelphia Monday October 7. Mrs. Mable White Is Services will will be Introduced by Mrs.
Choit No. Us anniversary night begin with tilt Sunday School at 9.19: a.ra, with
Baptist Church will be president. Tb youth choirs! rehearse Wednesday after at 5:30 Superintendent Jack Green In charge. The morning devotions Bannister.
presented In a Fall musical p.m. The teachers' meeting Is Wednesday at 8.4J. Prayer will precede the morning service, at 11 a.m., with Deacons Others appearing on the pro
Tuesday night, October 22. at meeting at 7.10. BTU every Sunday aflernox. Doll Wilbert and Cornelius Calhoun to ebup.-ViMr-noaid gram will the Thomas Singers, slickers.1.
. t S I p.m. Among featured sololsttwill No. 1 will serve throughput the ",. TIle pastor will deliver Starts Singers, Deacoa .
be Mrs. Mary S. Slmtmw FRIENDSHIP PRIMITIVE-BAPTIST both sermons. Holy Communion will be administered at 1 p.m. Solomon Galnous, three-year-
Mrs. Louise Mealy, Mrs. Rev H. Robinson, pastor. Location: First and Pearce Streets with the pastor, associate ministers, and deacons In charge. old Gospel Singer Tina, The .
',; .Mrs. Evelyn Grant and Mrs. Sunday School begins at 9:4} a.m. with Mrs. Leaster Smith Following communion services Mrs. Freeman Brown will Bostonettes, Mrs. Essie Mae l
Rosanna Q rtermu. superintendent, la charge. Aa old.fa hloned covenant meeting present a musical program la toe Interest of Women's Day. Thomas, Elder MOM Davit
Mrs. Margaret Davis Mrs. win be held at 11:30. The evening communion service will take On Monday Choir No. 8 rehearses. On Tuesday R.L.l\adolpb.
Matte Kirby and Mrs. JeanetU plate at 4 p.m. A special project for Women's Day: will bsponsored the .gatinight will accompany the pastor to ML Zloo AMt Rt,. Leonard Williams, Mrs.
Doge are organists and direct* at the home of Rev and Mrs. H. Robinson. Women's Church, Mandarin for services. On Thursday night,, Choir !Co.I Mary: Goodman, Mrs. Hortens
ors. Mrs. Quartermaa Is pre Day Is October 27. Mrs. Ester McPherson Is chairman Mrs. rehearses. Mrs. O.C. Sampson Is reporter Neal, Mrs. Lucille Lowery
sident. Rev, J.W. Johnson ts Malls! Boltoa co-chairman Eicelslor Gospel Singers,
pastor. GREATER SWEETFIELD BAPTIST Heavenly Fir Singers, Mt

NEW REDEEM BAPTISTRev. Rt,. D.B. Banes, pastor. Location: 1161 Harrison Street Bethel Malt Chorus, Deacon
Zion Hope Baptist & Norman, pastor Location: 1614 East 30th Street. Sunday School begins at ':SO a.m. with! Si rint.D4ent"dt1A11OQ Edgar Hall. Mrs. Geneva
Croup No. 1 of the Valiant Ladles waD ban a friend nip tea and assistants charge The morning service begins at 11 a.m., Perkins, Mrs. Clara BrlnUey, "
Unit at the church Sunday at 1 p.m. Women's Day will be observed tbe''evtnlng service at S.JO, j.ra. Rev. Barnes will be la the Deuce Mall, Leroy Mallory Robert
Holds Annual aU day Sunday, October' 27. Mrs.,Birdie,M. Sykes |Jt chairman. pulpit Sunday morning and evening. Rev and Mrs. Barnes Deacon Calvin, Jackson
Sunday School begin at 9.10: with Duacoo.'Eunice Dunson'and f.attended the National Baptist>> Convention la Atlanta and traveledon I Harley, Mist Marios Wultehead. 'j\
Zion Hope Daptlst Church's teachers la charge Rer. C.C Norman will relief the lesion. to New York and cother placed Interest.. Choirs No. 1 sodNo and JONplfJobnaoa )
District U, on Tuesday Octo The morning worship begins at 11 a.m, with the deacons 2 and Usher Boards No. 1 and No. 2 will serve Sunday, with The Fashiooettes Host and
ber 8, at 8 p.m., will celebratethe charge of votloas. The choir and Usher Board No. I will serve Mrs. N.M. Hues at the organ, and with! W.L. Young at the piano. Hostess Club along with the
thirty-second year of Its throughout the day, with Mr*. Fannie Jackson la charge of Consecration of choirs and ushers will be in the Prayer Roomat Junior hostesses win serve I
founding at the church. music. District No. 2 will meet at 1 p.m. The Horn Missions 10.SS: with Rev. Dennis Castoa In charge. Consecration forth
Rev. Eddie Taylor, pastor of Board will meet at 1.10: p m. and the Deaconesses' Board deacons dMconesMS, choirs and the ushers will be U the A.M.E. Choirs Plan
St. Paul Baptist Church, win 4.JO p.m. The evening worship begins at 6 p.m. Both sermons Prayer Room at 8:19 p.m. with Rev. Barnes la charge. Com' '
speak. He will be accompanied will be delivered by the pastor. Prayer Meeting Is every Tuesdayat munlon win be administered Sunday for all members 'Battle Of SongsIn
by his congregation, officers 7:10. followed by Bible Study at 8 p.m Mrs. Jessie Ward Is 1
and mulcal. units. reporter BETHLEHEM BAPTIST \
Mrs. Ida Fowler 1s president. Rev. W.L. Williams, pastor Location: 1615 Madison Street S. Jacksonville
L.M. Moor 1s leader. Rev. EMANUEL BAPTIST Sunday School begins at 9.JO a.m. with Superintendent Eugene e
E.R. Simpson 1s pastor. The Oa Tuesday the teachers' meeting and the Prayer Meeting will Sawyer, Mrs. Lillie Webbert, and Sadie Fedd In charge. The Dr. A. Joseph Reddlck.,D4>.,
church Is located at 1198 West be held at the usual hours,with the pastor and officers in charge. morning service begins at 11 a.m. A special project will be L.L.D., pastor of Grant Memor t
Church Street. Oa Wednesday Choir No. 1 will rehearse at 7 p.m after which sponsored la the dining room after services. Communion will ial AME Church Clay
.. observed at 9 p.m. Deacon Sawyer will speak. All choirs and Street announces that Dr L. : 1
) lUke ,BaptistDistrict ushers will serve durinethecb"Rn.William*will be la chug, Sylvester t Odom, a former !
classmate and former editor
All districts will celebrate in a
a Joint anniversary service oa : .L
Citkilics Will Meet October with Rn.SL of the AME Christian Recorder,
Di IsrrliMsr11? U. Badger"Ipewr.Mfi. Vivian Wilson
U.rtporterfc .and now director of a poverty

Di Thy Pray Ti Status At Newsome i'ome! fc ,program in New Jersey will
be the guest speaker daring
Wkit Is Ciidssiii? St. Luke Baptist .Jliurch'sDistrict SECOIO BAPTISTRev. the 11 o'clock service and the : ...'
J.C. Sams, minister Location: 954 Kings Road.
service at 6.45 at the church.
No. 2 will meetSunday, I
Holy Communion will be administered at 8 p.m. Rev. J.C.
,In Ca Ti (it Tki Cimct luiiii October 6, at the torn of Mr. Sams pastor assisted by the deacons and associate ministers, theme Dr. Odom"When will Faith consider Falters.the" .
and Mrs. Thomas Nvwsame; will administer the solemn rites. Services for Sunday will begin caw
Oil ,Cf Tki Tki Bikli Ins Groth Street at4.JOp.rn. with the Sunday School at 9.JO a.m. The pastor will review the win Th united choirs of both the church I r k
Mrs. M. Still Is president. M. serve during major
lesson. Consecration rites for the ducou,deaconesses,asters
services. Usher Board No. 1
An This Si Mm liliiinsT Armstead Is leader. Bev. M.J. and tor the choir will be b.ldat IOU: a.m The.morning worship
Ill will be on duty at the morning
Trowel 1s pastor begins at 11 a.m. Rev. Sams delivering the mtl lt.1be. >t
: worship All ushers aDd choirs
Training Union will melt at 4.45: A special National Baptist
will participate la the evening
Convention Echoes Night will be Tuesday at '7 All
p.m. persons
Fill lit Thi AisurTi Mt. Zion A.M.E. attending the convention will make remarks. Combined choirs will service.be adminlsterddurtngbatb The Holy Communion
will sing. The Sunday School officers and Teachers Council
TMsi AH it.tr III sUns., will be held Friday at 7 p.m. The pastor will be in charge of services.
A. ROM will
V.
li Concert October 6 the Bible Period. Superintendent
be la charge of the Sunday
Choir No. 2 of the Mt. Zion School and will be assisted by
INFORMATION AME: Church and the choir of Anniversary Set October 13th his staff.
the AME Church of the Master,

Vernon Road will be presented District No. 42 of Shiloh Bap Anna Lawrence Is chairman.
CLASSES TO in a CMital Sunday, October 6, tilt Church. Rev. AD.Coleman Mrs. Grace Monroe pre BUY U. S.
In the auditorium of the church, pastor will have an anniversary sident. Deacon William is

1811 St. Augustine Road, South tea Sunday, October 11, from a member of the sponsoring SAVINGS BONDS : J
Jacksonville.: .RevJtV.Websteris 4 to 8 ,.m. at the church. Mrs. committee.
pastor. Rev. C.E. Jenkins .
Lfiri Abut
Is castor of Mt Zion. r

YOI lON'T IW TI CO TO. TOWN TO SET
The C., .lIc RtlifioiII SISTER IESSIE 'iheea shine

trlth /.11'0.
She will read your entire life"-past,present and
CIST Nl llll.ATIU future: She asks no questions but will tell y yon LOW PRICES neice.t tret-look
what you want to know giving dates and facts of
business, lore health and family affairs. Will
EVERY MONDAY EVENING AT 730 AT
help you find lost art. Tells you whom yon will i
marry and when. If tile on*you love is true, what I DRUG( STORE NEEDS
to do to b*successful.Will reunite th*separated
ST. PIUS SCHOOL. HALL locate absent friends and relatives, and cans aDD 499
happiness between man and wife. Belps aWe Trade with Your Iteigbborhood Drug Store
1471 W. Uta St up lovers' qjarrtls. T.11I11 sickness and bad .' WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADV., IN YOUR LOCAL
luck are natural enemies or If the is aa cell I PAPERS W, deliver W* also tin all Doctors Prescriptions.. .d

Influence. Does not tefl to please you,but will taU the truth. ODe,,
Startiif N KH.IJ, let. 7th visit will repay you for disappointments la all others. She wUl It's a whole new thing in foot fashions.
read your life Ilk an Open book but also help yon out of your
TROUBLES. Come and see why you ar* so unhappy, when 'Dixie Pharmac The lively ones! Bright, shiny and slick.

It YH Wish MitUii! listrictins Ir everything seems to go wrong. Why be sad and downhearted, Choose Porthole, no-back sling. The
sick sad worried when yon CIA be helped and everything made squared-off Mod oxford. Windowpane
AttuJ h clear by consulting TBS GIFTED MEDIUM.: wel i.
Cant Kiriij, Euiiifs Everybody 1312 'IIS''IDI.' AT MTITLEPhil
come. NO MAIL ANSWERED. I asks ao house calls. DaD with a touch of shine on rich suede. Or

mistake tile address. SISTER EESSIX Is located north of Pretty Girl. high vamp pump treated
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I Fernandina First Baptist Will Host 65th Annual Session of St. James Missionaries I'I'I




Mrs. Cludiie I. Willims Breed Supports Mt. Calvary Baptist TWO MINUTES


I Will Preside Over SessionsThe I 't h I Units Will Celebrate win tHE BIBLE ( )

Sixty-fifth annual uIon of the Union Saint James Missionary -', }t District No. t and No. IS will COINIUUf I. STAM Mli.IIIIAN .
Baptist Association will meet with the First Baptist celebrate their anniversaries MU foamrCMCAOO '
church mmon *ouHj
the
October 6 at
Sunday ,
Church of Fernandina Beacb from October 9 to 13. J
... at S p.m. A guest minister will
Rev. Hezetian will serve aerator will speak on the role speak.
U host pastor. Her. C.J. Wat of the presiding officer. Participants Heads of groups are: Deacon NOT ALWAYS THAT BADI I IBY

tins Is moderator Mrs. will be Mrs. Aline J. Mynus, District No. 2; Deacon .
Claudine I. Williams Is Bradley Mrs Rena Harris Albert Jackson, DistrictNo. 'rm> ttrr hc'arc'h"' won "' nil of iiO' !son", |xi>|ilr lair >ITi ratal :

president of the women. Mrs. Bessie Sirmons, Mrs. G. IS, Mrs. Janie Jenkins, llminv' Hmiiin Wall a fcliVnl' old .Rom, 1.22.2: which *>\,,: ".,..
A board meeting will be heldon W. Warren and Mrs. Darnella president -of No. 2; Mr*: mu-RjiU' hn Ineil. .In small ('01111' .llit rr ll no diprr.utr. for ill h.,rmmit
October 9 at 3 p.m., for the Kapers. Jammerson, president of No. tn limnbin he tlnil' his Nil and nimr than of ilic glint|
men. The women's meeting will The women's hour will be j 15; Mrs. B. Johnson, secretary Sal liMe' tHiMral' parliir for llm of (..I.. Tint Ihliik Ih.1I.. iilinVmtcr.
be at 5 p.m. hosted by the ladles of First J of District 2 and Mrs. owe ilaM, 'ulihotil ainnne urn lallngiM I amt" llial "/,,.y ha,r IKKUrn

The theme will be "The Baptist from 5 to 6 p.m. M. King, secretary of District ...In'. Unalh.. the clin . Mission and the Ministry of On Friday morning at 8 a.m., 15. Rev.William Kin pastor.. I tal I few of hit old. i tmnkt ilnlmnp while OMIT I mat' lie a 1ifUitinr in
the Church." The theme song the leadership training clssiwill 'In I" al .kaN pal their re- ihr naiiinor itw k-Rtrr. .of NtwBin.
will be "0 Zion Haste, Thy begin. In the afternoon the Of 11.111.i .. Rominl S I in right.*hm It KIIthat ,,
Daughters Isis "(
Mission High Fulfilling' combined worship committeewill .\ IhetallMnil.1. the fiim-w) llnrr In no tiffm-mr. in this' :

On Thursday morning, from be In charge. Officers' itiimor nalil: "\.... fclhiwi.rani wr that "all hair elfin 1 and' rim..
8 a.m., to 10 a.m., the leader reports will be heard at 2:30. A Plan Hon.ecoB.ng Inns' Ilimiin like a .t.*. \\'t,\,. "nhort ,,f ,"r glon of (;'..1.-.1.It. .\ ,JUTm ,
ship training class will be held. Rev. C.J. Watklns,moderator, -nl In lia\e .- lint rat ai-nlre<., mat put "p| I ...... fnmt. M..
Mrs. Clara Jones dtan. will deliver his annual address For OctoberThe him. Wontnrmhoih brie lalehaigiV Inll that he l. not nrarlv .> !gnu

Teachers will be Mrs. Ethel after 2.30pm.: Between Sand '. Daughters of Isis, Ladles ( Bin Ihe nU-rtcr was profiHiml. i Mnm-r ai fit........ Inn ,""h.ilnt a .

Carte, Mrs Ethel Jenkins and 6 pm. the ministers and Meeting, with leadersChicago's militant New Breed organization, Vic President Hubert auxiliary to the Ancient In ihe fimrral ihrrrtor him. .Itrhl-r li its fat ..r I humlml' tirlrimn
Mrs Hazel McKlnney. deacon' wives will demon- R. Humphrey is assured of support of black businessmen, social workers, policemen and Egyptian Arabic Order Nobles wit aKrmt In lake charr.Me '-pannlm the.!!I'_. it .hill
At 2.30 Thursday a IS-mlnute strate. Mrs. Annie Shannon and youth organizers in an effort to involve young Americans in the political process. Leaders of the Mystic Shrine, Ratta Ix-gaii%' l""Inll"lHtl .-r ihrrr ....'.. *. in .Ie...) mYmMiit l lTlili h.
worship period will be hell Mrs. Ethel Carter will be In include (l-r) schoolteacher, Larry L. Korea, executive secretary; electronic engineer, Court No. 25, will nave the ..111I1'1.""",",, who hail ti mr |p""lnml I I. why we all milII. ,.
A business period of thirty charge.. At 10 a.m. Saturday James R. Hutchinson, chairman, and policeman Curtis Slater, executive committee The annual homecoming on October ) In at for Himiin ln*.re llw forftltitieM nf mint aramling in (.lurk
minutes will follow with President Mrs. Annie M. Ben win pay successful New Breed group, which operates numerous, enterprises in Chicago, has agreed 20, from 4 to >' p.m. In the Imrlnl. him. \gt\n\ lh'Te watltaihU I hc i ft (W-1'* Ktan'" (R|>'h. I 1:71: ),
C.L Williams charge. tribute to the deceased. Rev. to help form young black leadership group In: scores of other key cities throughout the home of Past Potentate and dlenre.. until finalh one nlil \m\ we mat hue this In Inming
Officers and new workers will B.J. Wallace will deliver the nation. Mrs. K. Thomas 941 OH mart Mom) up ami. ule'': '\\t\\\\ I In the" CJirl-l. "hn ttieil." fur mir tint

be presented at 3.1S.: memorial sermon. Sunday Kings Road. Daughter Ester an rs. lhi mmh fnr 1t'1I11; he (I ("A". 13:3): ). "ror hr gas are PT
The theme will be further School will meet at 9:30 with Union CowHiHy Brill Is Illustrious Command- ra-n'l 11"1I' l.il, ai lir "*"nmelimrf ,litnl. lhrmtth, fillh. and, that IN*
explored by Mrs.Madeline Sermon Mrs. Ida Klngas superintendent Religion And RaceELECTIONS ress. Daughter Ada Reaves IImordl'e. tra," of ,tMir...l"r. "ll l". the" gift .t Cf1"Fph. .

speaking on the theme u for the women. Mrs. Gertrude Plans Women's Diy ... Noble A.E. Henrf Til ,he noraiH. Iml' this Innof ( rp: ).
It affects the conference, andy Barnes is in charge of public Isadylsor.

Mrs. Rosa B. McCrary who relations with offices at 1363 Union Community AME Church THE _FAITH. n ,_ OF_ JESUS CHRIST I
will consider the theme as It Harrison, Jacksonville. GABERONES, Botswana (NPI) Four bishops were reelected Baptist Ministers'
relates to contentions.The mo- and a Dew one elected at the recent quadrennial sessionof will celebrate Women's Day on ". I?,,. riflilntMHtrn ." find that "lhe Vrirrturr, hash nmtlniM.
the Africa Central Conference, United Methodist Church, lII a1. October 20. Mrs. W.C. Wires Get f>'T Ihr lllli nf IrtKHln .. : ,, ... all Mink ..., tbii the. |mnnl... InIhr
which convened in this capital city of the former British colonial Neal of St. Thomas Baptist win Ready- mil *n>f N/mn nil tlirm llmlMirrr" faith .if Join (:brllll. mi-hl I IrRt
territory of Bechuanaland. Reelected were Bishops Ralph E. speak In the morning service. (Rom. S 22)) ..-i In llirm llml '".1........" Ih-rr
Dodge Escrlvao Zungute, Harry P. Andreassoa and John Wesley Mrs. soloist.Mann Wright Mrs. Jenkins will be of For Fall AgendaThe Nine.. Ihe '\m| .le r..., her ....-.. IR.in. we 1..4""r. limnir ll<. .h

Sbnnfu. The new bishop is the Rev. Abel Mnsorewa, 41. He has guest Baptist Ministers' Wives mil rain in faith In Iliri-i. Iml Ihefaith .1 worth. of imr omliikwrgain .
0A been assigned to the Rhodesia area. the ML Zion AME Church will will return to service with their 'If (liri-J Nor ...... lie hf,tIn ,\ In Hill 31.: the .|*niltf ,
be guest superintendent of the first meeting Monday, October what irin I.* Ulhtnt., Iml rather i ,|.on sun hit shim for tlgtiinxrv
Sunday School.
CONDEMNATION' IIi at 5.JO p.m., at 1924 West In 'III mxitilmti In If Ix-iHtiil mil Hot ... hi..mn. lust! that
At I the people
JOHANNESBURG (NPI) What might be construed U a will be p.m u charge.TheCelestial .young 9th 'Street. President C.I.Williams 'llit IMr .'n. ; liHh I I. llnmigli tlH..' faith ,<
crack in the armor of South Africa's "apartheid" policy was Singers will be win be la charge. \\' mil* not '.....i that faith I 1s I()ili4-*-liMl. SIwta.hls. ; "tin* n-lil, .
Mrs. David i..1 il .l tlI 'IIMIWHlikh l. n 4 (awl| fcr loilhIlin't ,
aired recently when the South African Council of Churches Mrs. Tommle L. Johnson win be a maiiin rttoot < .
publicly condemned the segregationist policy of the government on program.will host >IH. it itl'tnliir. il l."ic-r. In anMlMt ....n.> huh again! Hi. h*
and urged "South Africans to live by Christian principles even Wilder serve u pastor. The organisation will 1.... ...."-, .. mtt/nliirl ll itttu taiih I In Oiii-1 Imam* Oiih* .itI

If this be contrary to some of the customs and laws of this Qieen Of South celebrate the 24th anniversary a *."ilh% "lnu,'1'''. (Inc nfittin country; Involved in the statement were some Dutch Reformed Monday November 11. A bus- what I |i"-: m J"... IM* ...10,-.. Inwhitl to, lie UlM-Mil. In. HiwM| 1
Churches, and those of the Presbyterian, Methodist, Anglican band and wife' talent program IN /.. If I 'lute fjiih. in awl ll I... lull |>it.ln. Cur Mir .i..i mxl. .h
and Roman: Catholic faiths. No. 105 Plans will be given. (olirttlltt-lt' ) amismkl'| | | Ui-i| with 1 rt N4L Aeo o
r biro t cat Av flaw wild. MM (In lm....i..nli\. ...1010'" 'It. of Iahatt-.kls..4 |iMr,1 t ttmi :
BACKING Meeting October 8 Allen Chapel l"il.| i .. ai..l fmnmiMHut _

0/1 mAt Isfihwf WILMETTE In. (NPI) The Reverend Buckner Coe, Nititi limn In M. faulpnlli. nim-ml-,1. llie 11.1..4
49-year-old pastor First Congregational Church of Wllmette, Queen of the South Chapter 105 A.M.E. Church In- .....1. ... -" ,,. '.1'" ..i f lids0.1.1 ,* (ltll 4.. .h..u! JMItnll. tWI taut
of OES will meet October tat
Do* have Questions recently won his second vote of confidence U two years over rash liim, hit |....|.mit In In.(llli-l. \\h., fmmttnukl\ il tin
you about'tbs'bietreat 410 Broad Street Third Floor
the issue of his Involvement In civil rights and anti-war Will Celebrate aunt|.... crisis our nation has ever activities. The congregation voted S62-S1., to retain Us minister Room 2, at I p.m. All members -, AntI Chapel AME Church will n."|il4 ..|MI10 !,.. n1n,l lHnm
to be
are erected present
faced the' racial crisis? and his two associates and then voted back .. .. ...
4Z4-2U. to a IM6 to receive greeting from the celebrate Women' Day on Sun* iV .f. in mn (JilliN Im Ihiw Hut Ik tm* tm
Do you have suggestions you'd like resolution affirming the right of the ministers act on important workshop which was held tnPfnsacola day October 27, according tot (haw It ctfckiil .... the mtfjit .._... "toe mini the MIIIIWHIMII
to make to the Black and 'the White Issues "according to conscience" FJa. Qieen B. relea** from the office of the In IM, IMHURIiliotr .hr .It...". wlm iinne u..... (MH| IM.. Him*'

j leadership about how to.k0lV6U; ?. Williams Is, Worthy Intros.Nrs. pastor s,,. J.C. Bannerman. ,,,,,1 IM' .i........,..... .4 (milwlmli .. 11.Mi.. 7S:: ., ibis I..h.. rasa l
i
.. AFRICAN MSSKVI x- Mrs. Willie Ma Shlgg will, ; ii'-lt. ) IH. Mill ..,'( "i"rltiuiifH PMQIMlln' tin'I UrllM' ,t 4afKW, IM
,1. V Do, you ,ant to hea .." what+.ptner! f ACCRA -.'(NP) -, Faith Temple Church bt7od la ChrlsO" One r..ralc..lrm..Mr': ; ,. ordinary citizens askrpeopuVJohn I miler BUbqp>> H.W. Goldcberry preWdtly tilt Welt Afrfcia ., 'Alberta Gtepa Leola Gambl* will be co-chair ....V (H'ir-. "tout halt In / Lindsay and Stokely'Caralchael and Independent black nation of Ghana to establish several new man Acting pastor will be Mrs. Him). | \... In.11)).

what sort of answers they come up of churches his congregation.of lhedeno insUon He is accompanied by five members- Convalescing it Hors Velma Bannerman. 1Ir.Mana "mil...". in (..I, >.:r IM ....uiww
J. Sampson will be
with? Make yourself heard and hear it Mrs. Alberta'Greta of IIS and Mr*. Rosa L. secretary Cation Mt. Anrit Biptist Church
/ all on NIGHT CALL, the new, nation- SPEAKER Court "C" is ill at her home. treasurer.
wide telephone call-in show. CHICAGO. -(NPQ-The honor of opening the 1MI-C9 lecture Mrs. Green Is a member of Captains for the day will be: I
series of St. Xavier College recently went to the Rev. Jesse L. Grant Memorial AMI Church Mrs. Fannie Williams, Mrs. Nests Fir AsSld.tl.I'
WDUP 11:30 P.MTo 12:30: A.II. Jackson, national director, Operation Breadbasket. The lector and a member of the Semi. M. :Maieke, ms. ErraleeTooku
I If KnU series is on "Issues and Ideas." Dr. Jackson's topic war Civic Social and Savings Cub, Mrs. Daisy Brown, The East Florida and Bethany Baptist Association will convene
IInhr Tlrciifc Friday' "Urban Problems and the Spirit of Hope.." Mrs. Leola Bums, chairman.CoItsslMS Mrs. Uvenia Squire, Mrs. Lee to Its 75th annual session with the Mt Ararat Baptist Church

t till Collect 212-749-3311 Y. Calvin Mrs. Odell White, October U to 27, Tuesday through Sunday A large number of

I The United Methodist Church Greater New Hope ,Biptfst Chin Mrs. Geneva BUkeney, YraIL outstanding minister and lay people will be la attendance. I
bide Johnson Mr "'Ottnr( QfIlUu Soldiers;
Released cooperation with the *. Pearl The Moderator' Hour win
National Council of Churches Plans CelebrationGreater Celtbrites Next Fosinliig Major and Mr*. Doris Allen. .theme.In a World Leleded Crisis disensrtois," 11 the titghli l the afternoon seuloe.

I National Catholic Office for Radio and Television The chairman of the program heard :"cD Saturday moraine &Dd at
M oiuy. The
Florida Council of Chur.chet New Hop AME Choir No. 1 of Colostlans Baptist Church will celebrate the committe will be Mrs WUll dory period will be supervised onno- Boon the chlldrea. and ybatl

-- Church's annual Women's Day second anniversary on Thursday night, October 10. at 6 p..., M. Shlixs Mrs. Shirley WIJ-. 'tar Rev. G.T. McCall, Rev C. workers will be participating.
\ ,, will be October 20. to the church auditorium, 1154 West Jlst Street. llama will bead the financecommittee B. Dalley and Rev. C JR. Clinp- The sessions will be further
and Mr. Louise
Services will begin. with the Many choirs of the city& and be: United Baptist! Choir No. 1, ChappeU will be in charge of son. Each minister is well of highlighted by the appearance
Sunday School at 9.30 The choirs and musical organl-
: a.m.
Individuals willapar'Prayerand Friendship Baptist Choir MOo 1, beauUficatlon.. Informed la the doctrinal field.
WOOLWORTH'Siimm morning worship service, at Scripture, will open the Redeem Baptist Choir No. 1, Communion service will beheld Other otfstandlnc ministers stuns and by singer The
11 a.m, will feature a message and meeting will close Sunday after-
services. The serving choir St Matthew Baptist Choir No. Sunday with Rer. Banner- hymen will partklpate.
iiur-iii NOUN ST. by Evangelist Mary Christopher will sing before the Introduction S, Varlet Memorial Choir No. man preaching.Communion will The civic Issues will be aired aooo.
of the Church of God in Christ.
of the mistress of ceremonies, 1, Moocrlet Baptist Choir No. be administered to the sick and bjr 1oca11a1lD8L
Mrs. Evallna Wiggins is Mrs. Yhhncber.y. Mr..Rubf I and Mt. Salem Baptist Choir 'shill-lna on Friday afternoon The host chorea win present Freddie Davis
SOUTHERN chairman, Mrs. Shirley Jenkins A. Stewart will give the welcome No. !. preceding communion Sunday a welcome program Tuesday

co-chairman. The pastor address. Mrs Ruth Qover will The choir' history will be la the tiute.Prophet. at 'JO p.m., with choirs nod Fanny Retires
for the day will be Mrs. Z.L.
give the response.Mrs.Thelnu give by KathrynSeymour. other latent pertklp Ins.
Tyrus, wife of the pastor Rev Edwards will dog Other participant will bet Oa Wednesday the Ministerial
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FRIED CHICKENTREAT Z.L. Tyrus Many other cltlsens St. Mark's Choir will clog. House of God Choir No 1, Mt. Department will be in full Give Mnsic _

will participate In the program, Other choirs participating will Pleasant Baptist Choir No. 1, After Short ''eharie. Her. RH. Hartley,mo- Tbe Freddie Davis family.

-Mt Morlaa Baptist Choir No. derator assisted by Rev better known u the Little
1, St. Joseph Baptist Choir Noi DaUey Rev. Simpson and Rev School, win return to FirstBorn
1, Philadelphia Baptist Gospel Illness In PMIIy McCall will be la charfe. Temple azs West Monroe
Chorus New Mt Olive Baptist Rev. W.M. Hill moderator Street, Saturday night October
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Metal Choir No. 1, First Corinth PHILADELPHIA (NPI- emeritus, will also play a prontaxnt S. at 130. They are tromMiaial
Gospel Chorus, Mt. Sisal Prophet John the Cooquerer role u proceeding Beaeb. ,
Stnrict Baptist Choir No. Ie and First made $5 fHI1" daring his Thursday wlU be devoted to Elder MOM Davis and the
'Corinth Baptist No. t. Mr*. Ifettrn by predicting "lucky tile Women's Missionary Davis Stagers will appear.
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YOUR FAMILYOR .. Vivian Cherry will sing. Mr*. number bit* for his fallowers. Department OnFridaythe Otter win be Elder Whit and
HIT IlLS A. Price vii give the word of But to couldn't tale if District Ushers Union win be tile'""Wb.1tt' Stagers, Madam
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GUESTS! thank*. Mr*. Elisabeth Crawford wlthhlauNordidbediearichman. .to charge.Jfce Cohen, the Gospel
i fAilliUliPSIUIII. will nuke remarks u Laymen's Bfotherbood and Robert Williams Elder
TAKE NOME' president The Mlf-styled evangelist *U1 appear on the aienda.Head Whit will be master of eerenwnl -
who one wore diamond ring its activities are Mrs. M.K. *. Mrs. RoMtia Cohen
A BUCKETOF I. *:*** ** valued at more than ISO.OOO, ''Herod, ushers, and Guru U sponsor Elder A. Hill U
died without funds.He apparently Walker, tile hymen pastor.
CHICKEN >R CUlIlEIIIUEIS First Negro hubs, had used up most of Ms.fortune per It.
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several year ago Miss Uir Ceaolnu.
TONIGHT! dwing Us unsuccessful legal
Heads Beard of battles with the federal government ,

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HOT-TASTE TEMPTING PREPARED PIIMPT IUIUn Methodist. Church The bearded "ncky number
: seer" was sentenced to )jail ia
MINNEAPOLIS-Bishop Noah 1951 after being convicted oa'
'SPECIALLY IN OUR OWN KITCHEN! IFFICE IIIISSA W. Moore Jr. of Lincoln Neb.. charge cI using the mall to

1* the'first Negro to head amajor defraud.
: Tl 8PM: board of the United His uvspaperadreruumeota

SPECIAL 8 PC. Methodist Church, Bishop arged reader to "Writ or
SAT. INI SIKIAT Moor was named to head the call m* today get Jon
DINNER PAC: board of evangelism. Cadillac tomorrow." "Dona- :4i.

'INCLUDES 2 BREASTS, 1.95 I 5 11:111: Tl 3PM .The prelate was presiding ttons" of $$ to $100 came a
2 THIGHS.' 2 WINGS : bishop of the Southwestern are to him by.maButU the o$.
AND 2 DRUMSTICKS of the Central Negro Jurisdiction Post Office closed la on him.
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: Individual Parts Also Sold Separately Methodist and of the Evangelical ; St 1* hi* home after complalB- .
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l\ I ,RELIGION AND RACE'IN I I
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Celebrates With Will AMiirOii Ekbritt 'rl'I'

Scheduled For OctoberSt.
The Sixty-fifth anniversary celebration of the West Friendship: TRANSITION
Double Adversaries Baptist Church, MS Carrie Street, and the fifteenth anniversary NEW YORK (NPr) Racial tensions art la a state of
Matthew AMECburch,2012Commonwealth of the pastor, Rev Richard L. Wilson will begin Sunday, October transition between street warfare and wbo-lnowij-what, according
Avenue, Rer.E. Mt. Zion AIlE Church's membership $ at 800: p.m. Various ministers, their choirs, and their to Gayrand 8. Wilmore, Jr., United Presbyterian
Mobley, pastor, win observe has set aside October congregations have been Invited to share this )Joyous occasion Conference on Church and Race executive Wilmore noted that
Women' Day Sunday, October 20 to 27, inclusive, as a week with us.October.' last summer's disorder were not as disastrous widespread
20, with two programs, one in for celebrating the anniversary 6, 8:00 p.m.-Eman- A. King St. Stephens Baptist u those that took place during the summer of 1967. Last year,
the morning, the. other In the of the church and that of the oel Baptist Church, Rev. S.L. Church, Rev B.F, Addison 87 persons died la racial battles, compared to 29 this year; and
'"eniD<<. pastor, Rev C. Jenkins. Badger, pastor; First Samuel Bethel Baptist Church, Rev 4, J5 serious outbreaks took place then, compared to 20 this year
Hiss L.M. Mobley will serve With the exception of Saturday, j Baptist Church, Rev. S.M. Gat. David Johnson. "It is difficult If not Impossible to determine fully the shape of
u pastor for the day. Mrs. some auxiliary will be in charge son; St. Luke Baptist Church, October 11, IOG-St. Matthew the next step," Wilmore said.
Vera Shumaker will be chair each night. Sunday, at 1 p.m., Rev. M.J. Trowell. AME: Church, Rev Eugene
man Mrs. Willie Mae Albany the deaconesses and missionaries October 7, 8: 0-Bethel Mobley; St. Mar,'. Baptist STILL HAS WOESIRASBURG
will be co-chairman. Mrs. j Vt. ,- (NPr) The Rev. David Johnson has
will be in charge. Monday > Baptist Church, Rev. F. WU- Church, Rev. James Bryant;
Gwendolyn Wlnegard will be night will feature Choir No. llama, pastor; St. Matthew First Timothy Baptist Church, been cleared of adultery charges case with racial overtones.But .
secretary. Mrs. ElitaSlmmons 1 and the Pulpit Aid Board. On Baptist Church, Rev George1 Rev. R.L. Smith. his chances of continuing to be an ordained minister in this
will be-In charge of programs Tuesday night StewardessBoard SHUMAKER Price. October 11, 9SO-Saaday: ALBANY' small community have diminished. As Rev Johnson put it: "My
as well as Mrs. Ossle Lee and papers are bound to be reviewed by church officials, despite the
No. 1 and No. 2 will be October I, 1:00:()( -Magnolia School with Deacon Henry Mae will
Mrs. Elsa Simmons and Mrs. In charge, along with the Prayer St. Matthew AME Church Is Baptist Church, Ret. W.S. Cotton and his staff charge. Mrs. Willie Albany outcome,because they have placed a mark against my character, t
be co-chairman, oo October end I've bad "
L. Mobley.On Band on Wednesday the stewards planning to celebrate Women's Peoples; St.' James AWE never one The black minister became a target of
the Finance Committee will be la charge. On Day Sunday, October 20. Mrs. Church Rev. A.D. Harris; October 14, Ioop.m-heet-: 20, Sunday, when St. MatthewAME abuse after being accused of committing adultery with a
be Mrs. Jessie Jones, Mrs. Thursday the trustees wt have Vera Shumaker Is chairman.An Macedonia Baptist Church, field Baptist Church, .RIY. D. Church, Rev. Eugene 23-year-old white visitor la his home. Since the roman left the
I Thelma Sapp and Mrs. Johnnie charge. Friday the ushers and Impressive program has Rev. R.J. Ganolus; Bethlehem. Barnes: West Union Baptist Mobley, pastor, celebrates Its' state, the charges against Rev. Johnson were dropped.
P. Williams.' Mrs. Laura Rose, Sunday the Choir No. 2 and the been prepared for the day Rev. Baptist Church Rev. WL.C urcb, Rtf. A.F. Cummings; anniversary. The church is located
Miss Gloria Mobley and Miss Zion Rope Baptist ChurcllRIY. at 2072 Commonwealth. RACISM JUT ,
Allen Christian Endeavor E. Mobley Is pastor.The church WIWamI.
Beverly Randall will be them League. Mrs. J.U Davis is Is located at 2072 Common October 10, 8:00-Payn.: {.R. Simpson; Day Spring HICKORY, N.C.-(NPI)-White Americans'"racist attitudes"
the Publicity Committee. church clerk wealth. Chapel AILS Church, Rev. R. *** Church, Rev C.A.CHURCH have been attacked by 200 young people of the Luther an Church !
Members of the decorations WIlYer Mrs. Gossie P Gray of America during a Youth Como at Lenotr-Rbyne College. The'
committee will be Miss Addle youngsters also charged that churches are spending more oa
Andrews, Miss Jaoette Mobleyand Plans stained-glass windows than on the poor. In a resolution oa race
Miss Ella Mae Hicks.Cailns NEWS AnniversaryMrs. entitled "A White Christian Pledge," the young people stated:
will be Mrs. Mobley, "We must realise that we are a nation divided by white racism.
Mrs. Ossle Lee, Mrs. Joseph- G rile Paige Gray, contralto We caused this division between' black and white. Yet, we must
lot Thomas, Mrs.ThelmaSapp, will understand that there Is only one race-the human rue )Black
Mrs. Johnnie Williams, Mrs.Mae ALLENDALE MISSIONARY BAPTIST the monthly business meeting will be held. On Thursday Senior celebrate gospel singer, Is beautiful, white is beautiful, people are beautiful. .
Prayer Service will be held Tuesday night at 1 p.m Sunday Choir No. 1 and No. 2 will rehearse Jointly, at 8 p.m. The the thirty-second
Susie Sutton .
J. Jones, Mrs. 9:30 Deacon Willis Is In charge. The year of singing Sunday night,
School at a.m.
opens children's choir will rehearse at 4:30.: The Sunday School will
Mrs.Arnlta __ __
Mrs. Ellu Simmons _
service October I. at I n.m. at the
morning worship begins at 11 a.ra. The evening begins observe tie n
RUe, and Mrs. Joyce seventy-sixth anniversary at 9 a.m., with the Mt: Calvarj Missionary
at 7 p.m.TABERNACLE. superintendent la charge. The lesson will be reviewed by aa Baptist
Darts. The church 1I1ocar.dat
Church, Spruce and Dora Street,
2072 CommOllwealth.I appointee. Consecration will be at 10:50: a.m. The morning WOOLWORTH'SUINTIM
BAPTIST worship begins at 11 a.m. with deacons in charge. Preaching Rev. William Hill, pastor.
Pkiladelpnia Baptist Sunday School begins at 9:30: a.m. with Mrs. Hassle Solomon, will begin at 12 noon. The BTU meets at S p.m. with Deacon Mrs. Gray U heard each JTIIE.211 II.AN ST.
superintendent, in charge. The lesson will be reviewed, Deacon James Phillips in charge The evening worship begins at 6:30: Sunday oa a local radio station
Charlie Weaver. At 11 a.m. the morning service begins. Rev p.m. Usher Board No. 3 and Choir No. 3 and the children's Mrs. Ethel Davenport Bannis
Choir In W.E. Young, pastor, will speak.An adult choirs,th Male Chorus choir will serve Mrs. S.L. Badger and Mrs. Marion CUter ter will be a honored soloist
and the Usher Board No. 1 win serve. Holy communion will be are la charge of music Mr.. Bannister accompaniedMrs.
administered, with the pastor and deacons In charge.Usher Board Gray on the tatter's Initial
Fall Musical No. 1 will serve Holy Communion wlllbeadministered, with the MT SALEM BAPTIST recital. Rev. H.L. Herod will city
pastor and deacons la chug Usher Board No. 1 will observe Rev W.Q. Rogers, pastor. Location 1281 West 22nd Street be master of ceremonies. He
Choir No. 1 of Philadelphia, Us anniversary Monday night, October 7. Mrs. Matte White Is Services will begin with the Sunday School at 9:30: a.m., with will be Introduced by Mrs
Baptist Chirch will bepre..nt president. The youth choirs rehearse Wednesday after at 5:30: Superintendent Jack Green In charge. The morning devotions Bannister.
DigghtOFtobbe musical p.m. The teachers' meeting Is Wednesday at 1:45.: Prayer wW precede the morning service, at 11 a.m., with Deacons Others appearing on the program
Tuesday 22. at meeting at 7:30. BTU every Sunday afternoon. Deli Wllbert and Cornelius Calhoun cbarge.Viher-Board will the Thomas Singers, slickers.
,. I p.m. Among featured soloists No. 1 will serve throughout the e I,. The pastor will deliver Svarlse Stagers, Deacon
till be Mrs. Mary S. Slmmms, FRIENDSHIP I'R Ut1VE'BAPTJSTRtf. both sermons. Holy Communion will be administered at 3 p.m. Solomon Galnous, three-year-
Mrs. Louise Mealy, Mrs. H. Robinson, pastor. Location: First and Pearce Streets. with the pastor, associate ministers, and deacons la charge. old Gospel Singer Tina, The .
h I" .Mrs. Evelyn Grant and Mrs.RosannaQturterman. Sunday School begins at 9.4): a.m. with Mrs. Luster Smith, Following communion services Mrs. Freeman Brown will Bostooettes, Mrs. Essie Mae
superintendent, la charge Aa old-fashioned covenant meeting present a musical program la tae Interest of Women's Day. Thomas, Elder MOlt Davis, 1
Mrs. Margaret Davis, Mrs. will be held at 11:30. The evening conuaunloa service will take Oa Monday night Choir No. 3 rehearses. Oa Tuesday night R.L. Rudolph.
ld lla Klrby and Mrs. Jeanetta place at 4 p.m. A special project for Women's Day will be the congregation will accompany the pastor to Mt Zion AME Rev. Leonard Williams, Mrs.
Dogs are organists direct sponsored at the home'of Rev. and Mrs H. Robinson. Women's Church, Mandarin, for services. Oa Thursday night, Choir No. Mary Goodman, Mrs. Mortens
ors. Mrs. Quarterman Is pre. Day is October 27. Mrs. Ester McPnersoa Is chalrmaa. Mrs. 1 rehearses. Mrs. O.C.1&mpt0ll11 reporter. Neal Mrs. Lucille Lowery,
sident. Rev J.W. Johnson Is Hattie Bolton co-chalrmaa. Excelsior Gospel Singers, ,
pastor. GREATER SWEETFIELD RAPT Heavenly Fire Singers, Mt.
NEW{ REDEEM BAPTISTRev. Rev; D.B. Barnes pastor. Location: ISIS Harrison Street Bethel Male Chorus, Deacon s
Zion Hope Baptist E.I. Norman, pastor. Location: lilt East 30th Street. Sunday School begins at 9.30: a.m. with Superintendent" McKlanoa Edgar Perkins Hall. Mrs. Geneve
Group No. 1 of the Valiant Ladles will have a friendship tea and assistants charge The mO.lllnl..mc.btctAsat 11 a.m., Mrs. Clara BrinUey,
Unit at the church Sunday at 3 p.m. Wom Q', Day win be observed the'-evening! service at 1.30,: ,.m. Rev. Banes will be la the Deacon Matt, Leroy Mallory RobertHarley
Holds Annual ail day Sunday, October 21. Mrs..Birdie M!Syke M chalrmaa. pulpit Sunday morning and evening Rev. and Mrs Barnes Deacon Calvin Jackson. /
Sunday School begins at' 1:30: with Duac'oa'Eunice Duncon and l".Attended fee National Baptist Convention iD'l.uaata. and traveledon I i Miss Marloa WUltebead' s
Zion Hope Baptist Church's teachers la charge. Rer. 11 Norman will review the leuon. to New York and rather / Interest Choirs No. 1 and and Joseph'Jodasan. /r)
District II, oo Tuesday, October The morning worship! begins at 11 a.m., with the deacons No. 2 and Usher Boards No. 1 and No. t will serve Sunday, with Tat Fasblonettes Host and l
I, at I p.m., will celebratethe charge of dtvotloas. The choir and Usher Board No. 2 will serve Mrs. N.M. Mines at the organ and with W.L. Young at the piano. Hostess dub along with the rt1
thirty-second year of its throughout the day, with Mrs. Fannie Jackson la charge of Consecration of choirs and ushers will be la the Prayer Room Junior hostesses win serve.
founding at the church. musk. District No. S will meet at 3 p.m. The Home Missions at 10.SS: with Rev. Dennis Easton la charge. Consecration for
Rev. Eddie Taylor, pastor of ,Board wUl meet at 3:30: p,m. and the Deaconesses' Board at the deacons, dMconeises, choirs and the ushers will be la the A.M.E. Choirs Plan
St. Paul Baptist Church, win 4:30: p,m. The evening worsMp begins at I p.m. Boo sermons Prayer Foam at 5:15 p.m. with Rev. Barnes la charge. Cora-'
speak He will be accompanied will be delivered by the pastor.Prayer Meeting is every Tuesdayat mouton will be administered Sunday for all members. 'Battle Of Songs
by his congregation, officers 1:30, followed by Bible Stud/ at 8 pjn Mrs. Jessie Ward is
US musical antis rep tler. BETHLEHEM BAPTIST .,
Mrs. Ida Fowler is presldntL.M Rev W.L Williams, pastor. Location: 1618 Madison Street la S. Jacksonville
Moore Is leadir. Rev EMANUEL BAPT TOn Sunday School begins at 1:30 a.m. with Superintendent Eugene a
E.R. Simpson II pastor. The Tuesday the teachers' meeting and the Prayer Meeting will Sawyer, Mrs. Llille Webbed, and Sadie Fedd la charge The Dr. A. Joseph Reddkk. D.D.,
church is located at 1191 West be held at the usual hours,with the pastor and officers charge. morning service begins at 11 a.m. A special project will be L.L.D., pastor of Grant Memor t
Church Street. Oa Wednesday Choir No. 3 will rehearse at 7 p.m after which sponsored la the dining room after services. Communion will lal AblE Church', W Clay
b&arw.d at S n m. Deacon Cwv.r will speak Ail rhnlr* and Street, announces that Dr. L. 1
I St, Luke Baptist ubri-W; serve during the 4JR: ;;.W ;'will' be la charge. Sylvester Odor, a formerclassmate
All districts will celebrate la and a former editor
a Joint anniversary service oa .L
Bi Citkilics I mil t, Miry District Will Meet October IUCPOrte 24,with Rev.S.L.Badger speaker.Mrs. Vivian Wilson and of the now.AME director Christian of Recorder a poverty,

61 Thij tray Ti Stitiu? At Newsome program la New Jersey will Air, \
daring
fame
be the
guest speaker
SECOND BAPTST .
Ik.t Is CiifmliiT St. Luke BaptlsiVnurca'sDistrict the 11 o'clock service and the 3 :.. .5x.lkoea
Rev. J.C. Sims, minister. Location 954 Kings Road
service at 6:45 at the church.
No. > will meetSunday, :
Holy Communion will be administered at I p.m. Eev. J.C.
'.lit Cii ffi act Til Cimet liniif I October 8, at the home of Mr. Sims, pastor, assisted by the deacons and associate ministers, theme Dr. Odom"Wbea will Faith consider Falters.the"
and Mrs."Ibo1lt.l.J Nuwsamo, will administer the solemn rites. Services for Sunday will begin
Oil 01 Til Tic 1473 Grothe Street, at4:30p.m. The united choir s of the church
likliT
with the Sunday School at 9.30 a.m. The pastor will review the
Mrs. M. Still is pre idut. M. Ussoa. Consecration rites for the OOIde&CODtI..uahtr. will serve during both major
I, services. Usher Board No. 1
Armstead Is leader. Eev. M.J. and for the choir will be held at 10.41
In Thin Si Mtij Iiliilus? : a.m. the morning worship>
May
Trowel is pastor. begins at 11 a.m. Rev. Sims delivering the 1Dt1ACt. The.Tra.1DIDr will be oa duty at the morning
: worship All sabers and choirs
Union will milt at 4.45 A special National Baptist
will participate la the eveningservice.
Convention Echoes Night will be at 1 All
Tuesday p.m. persons
,. Fill lit Til A asiit Mt. Zion A.M.E. attending the convention will make remarks. Combined choirs will be adminlsterdduthgbotb. The Holy Communion
will sing. The Sunday School officers and Teachers Council
Ti Tint M itltr Imtlm.. will be held Friday at 7 p.m. The pastor will be la charge of services.
Rose will
h Coicert October 6 the Bible Period. Superintendent A.Y.
be la charge of the Sunday
Choir No. 2 of the Mt. Zion School and will be assisted by
INFORMATION AME Church and the choir of Anniversary Set October 13th Us staff.
the AWE Church of the Master .

Vernon Road, will be presaatebin District No. U of Shiloh Baptist Anna Lawrence Is chairman
CLASSES TO a cecltal Sunday, October 6, Church, Rev. A.B.Colemaa Mrs. Grace Monroe Is pre: BUY U. S.
in the auditorium of the church, pastor, will have aa anniversarytea sident. Deacon William li I
sin St. Augustine Road South Sunday: October 13, from a member of the sponiorlnj t SAYINGS BONDS .
Jacksonville.Rev JUT.Webster 4 to 6 p.m. at the church. Mrs. committee .
is pastor Rev. C.E. Jenkinsis ,
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what you want to know, giving dates and facts of
EVERY MONDAY EVENING AT 7:30 AT business, love health and family affairs. Will
help you find lad art. Tells you whom you will i
marry and wbea. If the one you love Is true what STORE NEEDSTrade
to do to be successful.Will reunite the separated, .I
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luck are natural enemies, or If there is aa evil PAPERS We deliver. We also tin all Doctors Prescriptions.. Aar
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Stirtiif II MHlir, let. 7(1II ( visit will repay yos for disappointments all others. She wUl' It's a whole new thing in foot fashions.
read your ills like an open boot, but also help you out of your
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tail mistake the address. SISTER BESSIE Is located aorta" of Pretty Girl. high vamp pump treated
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.ease .u.tr .r Leather Industries of America. choice of finish and color coordinated
The latest upholstery leathers to your decor.
o .......... ., n.. are ultra-tlexlble, yet tough Any room In the house wW
r, n. enough to "to take It" under gain t dimension in distinction
every type of family stress and with a table, desk or cabinet
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strain. As for upkeep, dirt disappears inlaid in leather. The colors
..
J with the swish of a lied in this technique-one* l
soapy sponge or cloth. simply brown, black or green
r '''' 1e 1 e,11ii ilaxl protection Is provided by the new maD bumtiershoot Newest trend leather furniture -ere now as varied In pal or flew math has enteredthe fashion area for FaIL This means tint
( designed by Man Kala. Somewhat smaller than tnan-slae, it's Is toward'the soft an( bright tones U any fabric. the makings from plaids to patters tests to relreteens u

I :!'. ::: ti I IA considerably bigger (45" In diameter) than the standard site. squashy. Overused sofas, Lamps, stools, pillows, pouts stressed by Singer Centers, are ready for posy needle*.
Aside from giving maximum coverage, U makes a pleasing chairs and ottomans which and headboard are other ... -
proportion In combination with new midi and mail length may be supported by rigid or furnishings made more beautiful Kindergarten
O 1l evening and storm costs In a wide range of fashion colors and angular frames-come upholstered with leather. Fashions
sparkling prints that go with leading fall fashion hues, theist In yielding luxurious On of the most unusual uses Set's Clothes
.a maxi bumbershoot that coordinates with almost any color. leather which gives them a of leather in the home is to
comfortably curvy.silhouette. cover a floor or wall. Leather

l Lilly's Fillers Will Enjoy Color It applied makes a over striking padding"conversation not only Reflect MathLike At A

Delectihle' (Luther Gloves piece" of a watt, but helps to their big college and
BeiitihlGrandma soundproof the room. And with career girl sisters, the kindergarten
Lady fingers will look delicious In this fall's delectable leather, a leather-tiled floor, the family to Junior High set Glance
glover down leather are practicing. the new fashion
used to My that can put against
The banquet of American glove leathers Includes luscious kid, beauty begins on the inald, leather in any ball or room math for Fan. It's the way to
-- ._ -.w cape, pigskin, deerskin, doeskin and suede leathers. To set off but for modern homeowner, you choose ,,,make one plus two equal lots Women's Wear Dally reports: t
these leather textures, Leather Industries of America reportsall It begin on the outalde- of versatility and guaranteeA "Th. Top New Tor restaurants
ThIgh-hlgh ctuciaf nylons types of tempting trim on hand. with a Int.d plus grades for having the are letting down the barriers
Put your hands in the "total is tie longer Dared leather t .xterlor that cordially w.I.- TRIBUTE right look. against City Pants..*' j
lo*" picture with leather gauntlet. Some comet guests and effectively The common denominator of No matter..Pants continue to 1'1
gauntlets
FISHNET STRETCH HOSEA shorties or fon-budtm lengths wrist straps, or are finished sport I protect your Investment. ,this new fashion math is the stroll Into FaH.. Among the Dan
'
Bring out your bout true Howard "mother to-be"
coordinated to your Fall 61 .off with stitched or welted cuffs. vest. The vest pairs off impartially -
enseraUes.-The arrayof sdornTo personality with paint color with any and all of fashions U a romantic aloft
give added to
spice snappy that match IU architectural
bargain catch menu to be found on UI...' casual costumes, you'll find a style and location. If It', a the new skirt shapes: dirndl, tit shirt of white dacron and
gloves gifts delicate A-llne, pleated or what have i iyou. tail over velvet pants U the
low price-Smart! If nercoU.dloDoIsportJleatbtr frame colonial for example, "
chunky links, frontier fringe, giorts. These are mostly in try Acme Quality lloue 'come-back color "black.
striking at night.011.2'I braid, stitching or piping, kid, pigskin and cape leathers, Paint (New Era) la Colonial Mothers who sew their small !Some young males are reportedly
under mini sklrto. buckled straps. Many styles are and come with peppery parts, Cream or Ivory Tone. This girl fry's back-to-school' donning wide "floppy"
black and a wide ..,;( sao* soltly.detall.d vtta am. 'hardware, heavy stitching and, otl-baae paint will keep its fashions are Warning the new |pants..
fashion color Fit troldered buds roe' flowers, 'all kinds! openings fresh look f or jrear &.ocom.,, math .D1buluttcaUrhaflcltl- Yves Saint Laurent forecasts
dainty scallops, sUk*'tassaU<&t clove linings la a rlJllt.cI Ypu can jeally.mak*,y*\x covered that the makings from "Now they (pants) are for
.....w..___ or liny bows., materials will keep lady home a part of,aatuawiththe 'plaids"to' patterns, vests' to everything for restaurants,for
: YOUI IIIONIY" MOITN 11I01. ATWOOLWORTH'S A natural"' for many of this, .fingers trost-tn.. your new soft, earthen color velveteens are at Singer life.!'.. Convinced of the popularity
......... __....-. fall's dishing ensemblesesDeelafr ttk.Itarv..t Yellow,Almond Centers ready for their busy of pants, Yvftapsilh.mwith
H cars tndcate-inlt- #...... Beige TUlllbt.w.ed., Yellow Maple,Adobe, needles. nut tr-tpptU'IIIC long

or These popular hade* are With corduroys and...lnt"untld Jackets, or long coats and some
also available In Acme -Thts'loopart.ntleweler-der tops for school-going with slim U s t a..One of his
EDGEWOOD Quality Latex lloua Paint. signed original u a limited rats Singer eiperts offer the scene-stealeri U a thick beige
"Tailor .&cI." for maaonry collector's edition is.In timely reminder that these must cotton poplin (Hansammann of
home., this latex paint I* a'mol1"or the late Dr. WartCaLuther be cut like nap fabrics with all Wlnterthur) lined In luscious
AVE. B STORE alao readily applied to clap King, Jr. It Is of heavy the pattern pieces placed dark brown mink and topping
board, wood hake., stucco, sterling silver, and the medal'obems running the same way on the long easy-flowing black Jersey
OPEN SUNDAYS concretebrick and asbestos has a tine portrait fabric before cutting. Plaids pants...
MARK siding_h"lt....It dries la Just 30 engraving and dates. The reverse and checks, too, need some London femmes wear pants to
5 U .E R A.M. Highlight home** I.- legend shows Nobel special attention in cutting, the offices, theatres, discotheques
TO 8 P.M. .dlviduslttyby your painting peo- Peace Prlte, 1963 within fine- Singer sewing experts advise, bistros, pubs and Just
tat feature like dormer window line wreath. Pendant is original in order to get professional anywhere dresses are permissible. -
or hutler,* to contract hand-finished twcr... Chain, looking matching. ... and all kinds of pants..
with the roof and aid Is S7" lone medallion ... The secret is .in laying out they both cling and swing.*
ing. 1 3/3'to diameter. 'This Is' the pattern on the plaid so that A FNS survey discloses,
.
Painting your home this a ner tribal ,by Cherr the center front or center back relaxation of clothes require-
SPARE ....011' Color It Beautlfull Treuar.;,,H 01", Elmhurst, of the garment falls exactly meals colhl' campuses
RIBS 49 (NP Feature) N.Y. down the center of the plaid. from Los) Angeles to Boston.

I I t ....... Notches of correspondingpattern Eyebrows of college administrators
pieces should be placed apparently are not
IB. "Does Coca.Cola 'It. r exactly on the same bars and raised by cither pants and miniskirts
I colors of the plaid to guaranteea bud along high school
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good match when sewn together. row, conservatism reigns.;
have the taste .. Eves Marymoint College,
Home sewing moms are Tarrytown N.Y. which once
FRYERS you never get tired of? starting to bone up on this new -.- pants, now permits
29 math early and plan to be letter- them to be won in dorms and
perfect in fashion "put- on campus-but not la the class)
IB.. togethers" when school bells room.
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elm Ymcemete.u m.pn."S1lawcrvawotlvwr tN reu.ltAr/.tw7 r.looa Q. I always forget to polish (check with your
SUPER SUDS 111E35.C ay shoes and purse MHO 15 doctor: to make sure). concentrate
minutes before leaving for a
on keeping the eight off
ST. ....,. The problem II my those outside edges of your
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Tm left with the descWoa feet Ai s first step, take all
CUBE A UICEBRACON IABI to wear MopoUsbed shoes your ground down" heels to
aad pone or ruin my neatly the shoemaker
for a beauty
IB. 49t CIEANSEI.REG.. CAN 10tBANIBET stains manicured. b there buds any with way tbe polish I can treatment.good Then walking work on habits.developing

d 0 the poUsUag without __
Remember
beauty begins at
FIIZENpS IDa up my hands f
your toes, because the way you
| CIICIEUEEF.TIUET 7ft A. Polish away wearing walk affects your entire carriage.Q. .
UIKIA lEI gloves! And we don't mean Our class II going to take
HI your pretty white ones. Try several weekend trips the year.

i 6R fW IB. 15t TOMATOES.313 29 They're plastic "thin-skinned"Handgard gloves.to fit. clothes Is there prescaUbU any war to without keep my aa

s and strong enough so that Iron? Well be going out la
fingernails wont break dinner,
'. through. so I want to look Bice.
c When you're through put them Are there any tricks

FRUIT DRINKS 3 CANS 6ft in your Wash polishing kit for later A. Would you believe paper r.-
use. your hands, apply towels
1iusil j. as an alternative to ironing -
_. You know it. It's' your favorite lotion and voila! ? When
'--f.: :+: :+: Ji: .A: 'J:' '''I..c < :..I1 your best Pretty shoes, purse aid bands.Q. packing place long
;T.To;T; ;TToTTT; ;:f' .. :YTY; : ;: ,.;TT; iT;iTToToToToTo "' trips of Kleeoes paper towels
; FLOUR AH the heels on my shoes on your dresses and inside the
f: FtOAIDAGRADE"A"SMALISIZE faI refreshment buy. are sort of ground down al the sleeves before you fold them. s
: : outside edges. Does that mean when you arrive at the hotel.
CTN "!'fl' there's something wrong with bang the dresses on hangers in
:I: 0" 3 7 ::.... j the nay I walk? the bathroom. Let hot water

EGGS OUI -r:..:' I.; 49 .A. Probably. Take a stroll U run fuU in of the tub until the room ;
; ; D ZEN .Cti around the room. Notice how hour steam. After a half.
:t: 4 to an hour jour dresses
if. l' your weight falls to the outside will be
5 lllli7.wT ,:(8' edges of your feet? Now virtually wrinkle free!
shift
:6: :6: '.L".t... : .,,,slit Keep the paper towels for the
r..t.T;:+: ;To;"t'.uir..i" ."t".T."TY" ; ; ;T9To"" : ;To;ToTo.+::!._ ". 1._' Bolt*)wxfer." u linside trip home, and youll save yourself

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with
exciting amalgam of both world Perk up spinach R special new
of cooking. The resulting I style 1 la economists nt Carnation Company suggest tervlnff
unusually\ delicious and distinctive Spinach: and Eggs Florentine. This tasty'\'eieb\ble
,with an appealing character dish is topped with smooth! lump-free sauce made.
world.unlike food anywhere else In the with evaporated milk. Do try it soon.

Mexican Food ....
Delight\ Falr-Goer* R1r
Right now many Americana 3a J
are savoring Mexican foods during
their I visit to HemisFair. the ,
San Antonio World's Fair. But ,y .
even if you don't plan to visit :
Texas this year you tan aervf piss__ \
some of the very same Mexican I Td'
foods that fair gan are I I '' i it
,', foods Ti.I Ti. I ;
At the lal International 1k ;:
[. Restaurant, the Mexican portionof l
.. the menu consist of many the : t
same Patio Mexican Foods you
can buy in the frozen food section'of .
your supermarket ,
Mexican Medley: ., I b.
Tortni Taco Tansies :
WHAT MARVELS A CAN OPENER AND SOME REALLY GOOD E.chilaauTortillas 1,
CANNED PRODUCTS have wrought these days) This ten minute the mainstay of the
version of Beef Stroganoff I* a time.saving choice for meals-on- Mexican diet make excellent (.. 'A
the.run, children lunches and alter the movie snack party hora d'oeuvres Frozen In ..yT
A.
Canned roast beet already precooked In rat own delicately easy tortilla may be
seasoned gravy make a perfect starting point for a MrogsnoS. boil.belli filled with chili orbean tl ,.stir.; ... >> a. I
The finishing touches produce the unique flavor of this dish *, quartered and wrapped SPINACH AND EGGS FLORENTINE,
with around cocktail frank or used
ease: sour cream sliced mushrooms and bit* of pimiento
and green onion tops for pretty dashes of color Cook only until 'with a variety of tempting din*. Makes 4 serving)
heated throughout and Its ready to be spooned over toasted Froten taco. tamales and enchl-I .
waffles, from the package. lade. simply 2 cup (2 10-ounca pack. 1 cup undiluted! Carnation
You11 find canned rout beef with gravy one of the most convenient need tobebatedbefore : t 4 gas) drained hot cooked Evaporated Milk
product In the convenience food lineup. It combine carting 1 frozen chopped spinach V4 teaspoon WortHtarthlra
with a host of good foods and Is always tast,. and each make* 4 'UI sauce
I
Ill'ItRY IT BEEF STROGANOFF an change-of-pace excellent main course. For 2 tablespoons finely 1.2 drop hot pepper 5au c.

I can gravy(IS CL| roast beef with, 'f rap dairy soar an easyto your-prepare Mexican meal dish accompany with a. 3 tablespoon chopped onion melted butter V4 cup Amarkan pfod\ theses proem

I can (I *c.| sliced mash14 I cream tablnpoon diced crisp lettuce and onion salad and ry .II eett 1 tablespoon flour tablespoon finely. ehopptdptmlcnto
I'Ofttntl. Mined rilmlrnte an iced beverage. Wind up the >/ te..pooI.It
cap green onion lop, sliced I farm waffle, toasted meal with a chocolate desserts a 1V4 cup Irish toad cubed
Mexican favorite, and you rebound
Combine roast beef with gravy, mushrooms and green onion to have the family asking Place hot spinach In buttered 10 x 6 x -inch baklnf dlih.
In saucepan or skillet. Cook stirring occasionally over medium for a repeat performance soon. F to hold an
In large enough
Make 4 depression spinach
heat until hot. but not boiling. Stir_In sour cream and heat
thoroughly, 00 not boll. serve over hot waffle*. oamish with MILK OIOOOUTK geitia Is 1iM or that' tt/" problem B Bakes tp wltt case Into egg. Break raw eggs one at a time Into each dcprewlon.
lmlf'nlo. BROWNIES a variety of delicious desserts or salads. Frosty !salon Surprise with a shimmering center Saute onion In 1 tabltipoon butter. Add flour and alt. Stir
Makes I serving 1 package (I avacea) eaaiavert -. of felatla and fruit nuy be served either ass salad or at a dessert and U just the thing for until well blended. Gradually add undiluted carnation
ckeceUta pUc a luncheon guests. Courtesy of Jello-O Gelatin Evaporated Milk. 'Worceter hlre and hot pepper aauct.,
1 CM (II mnees) Mirttasleo4cn4 -------- ---- Cook over low heat until thickened and smooth' ; atlrrlnf

Fresh Bartlett Pears milklteeleepa.nasalad ..ua COOKMG TIPSMM INSTANT SANDWICH constantly. Add cheeae. Stir until melted Stir In plmlento.
-- -- --
'Spoon sauce over text and aplnach. Combine bread and
t Ie In Favorite Family Dessert "' chopped anrtaI Hett'i "magic formula" for instant diced dale on one of lh slice remaining 2 tablespoon melted butter. Sprinkle on top of
cap New Bbqvkk" For the hot are dog Staple and pretasU.us sandwich wiccn: Generously Now sprinkle, cinnamon over the aauce.' Bake In moderate oven 1375 F.) 25 to SO minutes
.. Fresh. Ilari cit prers from the Pacific CoaM are In your Heat oven to ITS Oreaaa oblong catsup, chill: sauce or mustard spread crtam cheese! over two slice date Cover with the second slice until egg are set.
I, ,. m.rkele In ftlrntiful) *up|>ly. Enjoy them, fresh and (mit-of-hand pan add tncha: In aa a dtp and tw the of your favoriu bread.Sprinkle twotaMrtnonni of bread. Serve. I
ehocoUuover
arna1Iuuerpan. malt C-JMA Printed In VAX. (al)
,
or In rrrinr like' this one low heat In Urge bowl, same for spreading on the of horde Imported
Pear Honey (?each combine milk, salad oil and hamburgers. Or make aock-lt-
3 fresh. lUrtlrtl chocolate and I..ewBuquick. tone hot II\ICIIft advance and
|trar* J| nip butter wits;; aur In
Juke d I Irmon l brown Spread In prepared \&lilt for any and aU purpose
I''t tra.|mnnrimT *|. nIt nip tiflni flourI auger pan Bake afceirt H ......... at the barbecue. .-n ha a full I I
lra.|innn rinnarmm I; tra.|min baking smta Cool alightly. Cut Into IWtach delicious fta..or.awJa.TI .
1 lahlt-nmon flour I t..IIOtIII..1t| square*. Make 4 asses Me Saw .
2 lahtaqiuiiM.. honey *'t nip quirk ranking eels Brewnle 1 la M4 afrother Mash 1 cup of cooked red
kidney beaaa and beat Into
Cure .*. Arrange in a hallow baking di h or rake" teenage raga: Top
4>an. ri-L'.Ino"I: nh .lemon Juirv. Combine anicni and flour.Sprinkle brownie with aooopa of lea them: teaspoon, chive (froaan murii .i :.: '
ladle the chowlata or dried) teaspoon salt a : ,
men ( -.ra Irirl with honey Heat liuttrr and auger cream and on
until ftudy. Mill flitur with, soda and aatl. Acid no"ur miatur.and sauce Oamisb wttkaafa*' .daah gartu minced. I drop ,, ', :',
rats to hutlrr "'llh..,. With hand, mil until well rwnbined.luirwl achlno cben7.'Ibt partaot ands Ubaaco. \\ teaspoon chill powder .
('aer wn.wnlp whhetm .l. Mr aa of moaa/ and enough sour cream' to .., ) "I
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Mined Among World Of Books Paula Stars


fire leading Texans TESSffi. Written'by JESSEJACKStON a stranger entering a new and CIVIL RIGHTS
9 1 1CENTER
DALLAS '- (NPI Joe W. ; Published by different society. She Is resented 5
Klnren prestdentDafuNegro HARPER ROW, NEW YORK by some, and befriendedby ROUNDUP
Chamber of Commerce, U one' 243 pp.; H.95 Clothcorer. others. Her color and Harlem
of the five "Outstanding Young background have given her, ,. By. NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL
Texans of 1968" named by the You don't have to worry about experiences and a sensitivity /
Texas Junior Chamber of Com how you.look any longer, which makes for dramatic k WRECKED
meret. "Tessle.! The crowning of the episodes. OKLAHOMA CITY (NPI) Bomb blasts have totally
Klrven, 35,has been nominatedby Black Miss America Atlantic What happens to- Tessle at i destroyed the local NAACP Youth Council's freedom, center.
the Republican Party for a' City took care of that. You can school produces new valuesanda a More than $20,000 damage was done, not counting Irreplaceable
seat la the Tens Home of stop straightening your hair, new approach to life, which trophies. Upon learning of the center's destruction, NAACP
Representatives, Place 9. or worrying about what happens are reflected In the way she i, Executive Director Roy Wilkins telegraphed the state's governor,
Adco Corporation, the building to it when you go swimming conducts herself with her L'u Dewey F. Bartlett,demanding"that yon employ the full resources
maintenance and office supply :You 'are black, and aU the former black friends In Harlem. of the state toward-aiding in the apprehension of the persons ,
company: which he ownsbuuthe world knows now, black Is They watch her closely to see responsible." According to James Brown, acting NAACP youth
largest payroll of any Negro- beautiful. If she's becoming a snob. director, "This act dramatizes In a crystal clear manner that .
owned business Tens. "Tessle" Is a novel for teenagers Tussle Is aware of the changes v there are still those who would use violence to defy black
A graduate of Booker .Wash- n tells 01 the experiences and of the observations of her ; people freedom."
ington High School: and Wiley of a Negro girl from New York's friends. The way she bandies
College, Klnren has been a Harlem. She: wins scholarship the dilemma will make for Interesting Cl SENTENCED
Dallas resident for 27 years. to Hobbe, a rather exclusive reading for teenagers, a'? p tev FT. HOOD, TCI.-(NPI)-Pfc.Oscar Taylor, one of the black
He is t memter of the Dallas school which has no Negroes. black and white. Each ethnic soldiers who refused to go to Chicago during the Democratic
Action Committee and director Tessle meets and encounters reading group will get to see Rational Convention for riot-control duty, has been convictedof
of Liberty National Bank. all of the usual "tests" facingPARKRIDE and learn something about the failure to obey a superior officer and sentenced to three
1 elPtriencel. theeehteeM- months of hard labor One of the 43 Negro servicemen who participated
'- -- feelings of the other group.The In a protest against the Chicago duty, be was the first
young readers will also be able 11 of the group to be found guilty by a special court-martial board.
to see and understand when Pfc. Taylor was reduced to a Private E-l ratine-the Army's
"they" are being villainously. lowest--and forfeited two-thirds of his pay during the three'
unkind to others. 1 I I months of confinement.

The book was written by Black L .
Author Jesse Jackson. He has r- 1 STILL FOR INTEGRATION
fromHORTHSIDE a string of teenage books to WASHINGTON (NPI) -While some whites are backlashlng
,bis credit. Including his famous Actresses Paula Kelly, Chili Rivera and Shirley MacLalne are reflected: above In a minor In and some blacks are self-segregating, the UUOQ.ltadlng coalition
''Charle)'" series, which dates this scene from Universal' production of 'Sweet Clarity",bast4 on the Broadly play of the of pro-civil rights groups Is continuing to promote
back to 1945. same title. Miss Kelly recreates the role she played Las Vegas, Los Angeles and London Integration as a means of solving American society's race

Jackson Illustrates allot those problem. According to Roy Wilkins, chairman Leadership
,
things that matter In a teenage Former Miami Conference on Civil Rights (as well u NAACP eiecntlve
fork your cor et HorftMtenirift girl's life and especially those Teacher Gels Executives director). "Integration Is not all a bumble request of the servants
tfcrt to rff that would be outstanding la to socialite with the masters. It Is a demand that the poor end
a situation like Tessle Is In. 377,035 Award their poverty by full and equal participation la the major and
MIAMI DOLPHINSAND He writes with simplicity and 'most advanced: economic, social, and political Institutions of
honesty, and a keen eye for MIAMI- Earl Alonu Flnley, the land.
pointing out things that a teenager 4S93 NW 13th Avenue, has woo Y
does The dlscrlptlon s and a judgment of $177,003.33 da* OKs BLACK POWER P
UNIV. OF MIAMIHOMEQAMCS depictions of life of Negro life maps, as a result of a bullet WICHITA, Kan. (NPQ) -In contrast to civil rights leaders
In Harlem, or for that matter, Injury which has paralyzed him who still seek racial Integration, Hugh Jackson, local Urban .
the representation of the people from the waist down when he League executive director, has called black power "the ooJy.f
/ Tessie meets at school are was struck la a local hoteL viable solution" to Afro-Americans' problems. Jackson defined
fc ands perking problems practices, realistic and In good The Circuit Court jury here black power as "a larger voice for the black man, In Increased
andi fighting traffic fa ate. made the awird.Flnley Influence by the black man over his own affairs" The Urban
parking 'let amply I lighted The story Is supplemented with who taught at the Dun- 1 pe League leader also said that the old-line civil rights groups are
Interesting drawings by Harold bar Elementary School, woo no longer,charging the rights movement's course
your car, James, which shouts make the out against the SIxt.sIl.IDc.,
book more attractive for the which operates the Sir John Fstersl Direders' Heel'sHeld
polliNORTHSIDE young reader.A Hotel and Lounge
R great deal of Tessle's personal StrHt.'a" lop Negro personnel have been attracted to OdelL.Inc.. ., a diversified
: 4- concern U about things court ruled also against public firm. Charles Stone right abort, and BUI Smith- ,Oae-Dsy Meet !I. III.
which make her Johnnie W. Ware, who Vas
l' : different. She Is, outstandingly for example, played as a'bou c.r the.light emleft ,above, art'.among them. sion. (is technical director of 'DES' PLABJES.' OL (NPI) -' Members of the executive
C ; .._ SHOPPING (CENTER concerned and embarrassed by of the shooting The judgment Ape-Trol, Inc.;a New Jersey subsidiary! .Smlta chief designer committee tie National Funeral Directors aad Morticians
at OdiU's Richelieu
her hair because It Is the way Is also against ware Corporation In New York, one of America's Association recently held a one-day conference In the Sheraton
",.. CINTM ef aiflv/fy' It Is, and not like that of her attorn- leading fashion and Jewelry accessories producers. Stone 1s a O'Hare Motor Hotel to formulate and set up the budget for
white friends. er.-s. aDd h1a Temple graduate, Smith a former Indiana University student the ensulnc year
N.W.. 27th AVC. & 79th ST. This and other notions of In wife were attending a (teachers'' In the absence of the chairman, directors New Orleans.
feriority are drilled Into black dance on NovemUr 19, 196 Eitertiiineit Hues Aid Cries Perry J. Brown Greensboro. District governors present In'
children la Inmurd1Utrentwa They did nothing to P to mil' N.C., the meeting was chaired eluded W. HoOls Photon,West-
,; CONTINUED ON P.LCE'1t Ware's pulling the firearm and PLAYWU1GHT STARS play based on excerpts from by newly-elected Presided field N.J.( Lawrence A. Jones'
firing U. Colsoo also claimed BROOKLYN (NPQ Several plays written by Lolten Charles R. Law, Baltimore. He Kansas City, Mo; WendellStewart '
,. I that Ware t famous Broadway stars Mitchell, at the Concord Baptist was elected to bead the '
.seesISIS ; was drunk at the organization Cleveland. D.W.
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time of the near fatal firing were featured In "The World Church recently Frederick at Its JIlt annual convention Tone, Covington Ga; and
of the pistol. of a Harlem Playwright," a'I'1111 'O'Neal, president of; Actors la Miami last August.In George ,. West Natchet,Miss.
Equity, and Hilda Slmms, were addition to setting up the Past presidents Included Feltoa
NOW BURGER among the leading stars In the budget for the ensuing year, H. Purnell.Houston;R.H. Rape.
tit \\'\\\\ f! play directed by Albert Grant the executive committee also Camden, NC.; Duplaln Rhodes
and sponsored by the Sisterhood laid plans for the 32nd annual and C.L. Dennis, both of New
of the Concord Church. meeting of.the; board of directors Orleans; Theodore R. Ha we s,
,' Aft CASTLE 1 FLASH to convene In Cleveland Chicago; and the carrtDt'pre-
I | MO' OWN SUES WAITERS Ohio the second week In April, sident, Illinois Selected Mortician -
DETROIT41'OThe sad the 32nd annual! convention
{ ,5780 NW 7th AVENUE <{"n'.srv wwwt latest hue-and-cry in entertainment of the association slated for ProwelL Chicago Association Heights William, 111.

-\1 ,, comes from the Motown Regency Hyatt House, Atlanta Lay members were Fulton E.
Recording Company which has next August. Gain, St Louis Bismarck
Dr. WeltersWonderful filed a H million lawsuit Among those attending the Thomas Kaufman Texas; and
# ZN E Wp dela against three songwriters who executive session were E. ,RoyaU W. Tucker,Athens,Tex-
I A' are regarded u being responsible Perry Palmer,board chair man, II,
for the financial successof S.C.:Robert H. Miller,
I '''' ;-'/ I ? A ClOT( TREAT Tooth Powder the company and the fabulous general secretary, Chicago FAMU) Artist Displays
Supremos singing group. The Lacy Kennedy, assistant
i i 'SIR 1UNCH '0 LOT' suit, filed In circuit court general secretary, Marianne, At Washington
charges the trio-Brian Ark C. Llghtner. second vice,
Auilitli At Tnr Fulfill But Stin irSiKriu t
i Holland, Lamont Dozier and president, Raleigh N.C.; TALLAHASSEE A collect.
FRIED CHICKENSIR Eddie Holland-all under contract Catherine A. Payne third vice ion of oils by Dr.Howard Lewis,
StilL HOI Si Ink Fir It. with Motown, have utterly president, New York; J.R. head of the department of art
a tailed to deliver any musical Weatherly. chaplain York, at Florida AIM University Is
3 PIECES OfOlOCEN OLL5LA: Roos 97* compositions since late 1967". Ala.; William H. Jefferson, being shown at WashingtonFederal
The public: Is waiting for the chairman, finance committee, Meridian Avenue,

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WASHINGTON, b.c. Outspoken Ban of Fame baseball '
star-turned-polltlcal leader Jack Robinson recently blasted U.8. Senator Hugh Scott 'ROCHESTER, N.Y., An Independent Inner-city camera and

white liberals, black militants and ex-Republican colleagues (R-Pa.) recently added a appliance. _service. .business. held Its grand opening here today.
Howard adversity ..Dlortolall me piuuiesc, uraun, inc., and have annual sales totaling
who by "sitting tack" will tan the nation over to a "backward
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of its
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In a hardhitting'statement, for having one of the best n. through the guidance of the expected to begin m November
Robinson began a speaking tour "Black people want to see this I Integrated staffs In the capitoL Rochester Business Opportunities and at that time be expects to..
f for the Democratic ticket before progress continued. However She Is Mrs. Deborah Louise Corporation (RBOC). have.five employees.The .

.a Cleveland NACCP poop; ,he we are very much Concerned Tolson, a native of Waynesboro,. Is The Rochester Urban League guiding spirit behind Ca-;
r vied black people not to supff that these liberals are sitting :Pa, Mrs. Tolson played the sponsoring Camura. mura's operation Is spelled out
port liberals who are withhold- ,back not supporting Mr.Humphi i kTaxlxlInthe Waynesboro High. Howard Samuels, director of In General Manager Harold
I tag support of Vice President rey at this particular: tine and I School Band and began her the U.S. Small Business,Administration Mars' message to his employ
/ Hibert H. Humphrey for yet, they would expect black i studies at Howard University (aBA) was presentfor cent
President and Senator Edmund people to go to the polls and I In 1964. She 1s married to a the opening Ceremonies "Camura was originally setup
S. Mastic for Tie President.The ,support them. 1 pharmacist who Is, currently John L. Blake, general mana- u an Inner-city business
former Brooklyn Dodger "We must go on record sayi i studying dentistry. She plans ger of RBOC, said, "in this to be operated and staffed by
star U BOW a Harlem banker log to them that this country 'to become a lawyer. She will town, business Is working ll( people from the urban area.
and was an advisor to Republican Is moving too fast toward the wori is> secretary for Senator partnership with banks and us Hard work and expansion will
Governor Nelson Rockefeller right and we need the liberalI I Scott while she works toward t. & to create economic independence -. build the name Camura, Inc.,
of New York until her thinking people la "this1 1 her degree at Howard e.erlr In the Inner city. to a point where people will
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resigned recently to Join the country to get behind a man Senator Scott said ,Today we have"seen" this partnership recognise It as a Bane that
r v Humphrey-It, campaign whose record .has been liberal "I have always hired on merit.. work. means quality workmanship, a
t organisations on speaking all of his political Weed Therefore believe have ont. u Once the camera repair operation progressive firm on lie way
'< engagements In the Midwest. if 'we ate to continue progressand of the finest staffs In Washing. becomes stabilized, the up, and highly motivated,
Darlac his tow Roblason If we are going to more ton. Tony Morales (left) baa his camera repair work checked by William G. Erbland, an Eastman (Urban League expects to tranfei courteous, and capable person
around the corner in race relations "These talented people help Kodak camera services specialist. Tony Is one of five young Rochester lnner-ctty residents Its'rigId.. to employees nel. '
need to office and provide] who for camera Inc. through stock sales, bonuses, "We also
we continuein me ran my! are working Cawura, a Negro-owned operated camera repair are looking-forward
office a man who 1 understands a wide variety of services for, business, held its grand opening recently.Camera is sponsored by the Rochester Urban League,' and other methods., to that time when each and
these problems, Vice President an Pennsylvanians. They do was set op under the guidance of the Rochester Business Opportunities Corporation, and has* In addition to Camura, two every one of you will become'
Hubert H. Humphrey. their work well and thereby .Eastman Kodak u Its first customer. manufacturing businesses have skilled In your craft and thus
"It seems that In 1964, the leave me the time I must have been approved-Flghton and P. able to assume higher and,
Republican party told black to legislate for the benefit of Jersey C..II'IHe.ors A. Plastics, Inc. FIGHT, a better p a J ID I positions with
people to rote for Dr. Martin an." EducationalRoundup militant Inner-city group, will Camura, Inc. There will be
L. King, Jr. Then told them Other Negroes on Senator be responsible for the staffing openings within our shop u
to write In Dr. Kings name Scott's staff, la order of their; Wilklis and control of Flghton. Xerox we continually grow-grow to
Instead of voting for the Democratic seniority: Corporation, which helped eventually take oar place in
or Republican nominee. Hither Fooch has been with JERSEY CITY, N.J. Roy FIGHT develop (Ms business that great competitive arenaof
Well, In 19M, black people rejected the Senator ever since Hugh WllkUIs, executive director of Idea, will also assist in training the business world.
this suggestion. Scott came to the Senate ten the NAACP, has been named to the management and production _
"And la 1961, we are going years ago. He Is married and 'HAMPTON GRAD APPOINTED receive the 1968 Excelsior workers of Fighton and will

to reject the suggestion some has three children. He Is a YELLOW SPRINGS, Ohio (NPI) George C. Cooper a,. ,Award to be presented by the guarantee In excess of half a
militants, that black people not chief clerk, supervising .three. Hampton Institute graduate, recently was promoted from associate Board of Regents of St. Peter's million dollars la annual purchases
go to the polls and rote, because persons. director to director of Special Educational Services' College. The presentation will of metal stampings and
: HACKIE: ROBINSON we know that the Republican Mrs. Lois R. Reed Is from PEC) at Antioch College and will supervise adult education take place at the Hotel Plata :electrical transformers. Ultimately .
I charged that Republicans are Party has adopted this Pittsburgh. While ber husband under the program which provides training In both the domestic In New York on October 22. Flghton hopes- employ tel

trying louse militants to get policy. Vas la Europe, she spent,five and International fields. Cooper, who also holds the M.A. from. In announcing the selection of ,,100 people. .
Negroes not to rote la Korea "They have sent certain peopl..out half years there and Columbia University's Teacher's College brings bast experienceIn Mr. Wilkins Thomas J. Walsh, P.A. Plastics will be owned
I ber, bat be added that, "blackpeople Into the community, a eworked for the V$. Army., education and civic and human relations activities to the SEC chairman of the college board, and operated by Frank McEI-
I will reject this to us that neither Vice President said that "the award Is an rath, a Negro who left his Job, "
suggestion. Mrs. Reed Joined the Senator's directorship. I.
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staff la 1964 u a secretaryand .
He apparently referred to dent Nixon Is worthy of our now Is Research Assistant FOOD GRANTLORMAN Individual or Institution In recognition .the venture. His company will let i M U.
reports that GOP rote-.so therefore we should of a recent significant,i racuem-form thermoplastic I fill ......< A... TM-4II1
organisers with special assignments la social Miss. (NPI) Alcorn MM College recently '
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service to mankind M. Ct
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meetings welfare legislation. recipient a $71,000 research grant from the U.s. .
that bore witness to and advanced in five years be will be em'plOJInt ace L ear ... IIMMI .,
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Congress Equality laCHABLES Anthony W. Blnson eighteen Department of Agriculture for the study and analysis of the diet to
being put out by the Republican 1 years old. He came to wort for of low-Income families In.rural Mississippi. Between 400-600 the concept of all men Iriner-clty people
., Party, booing that black people. families In the u brothers." Mr Wilkins was
Senator Scott Just a few weeks Mississippi counties of Bolivar, Lotions, and
I II won't rote. after graduating from high .Tallahatchle will be Interviewed connection with the three-year the unanimous choice of the
I "But, 1961 Is the most Important school. His work u a mall research project. The principal Investigator Is Dr. Cecilia board
Mr. Walsh cited Wllklns for his SEAFOOD
election la our history. clerk has stimulated hisInterest Schnck, Alcorn's professor of foods and nutrition. : CENTER
Black people and decent people la office managementwhich leadership of the NAACP,
144 N MYRTLE
and concerned people this TEAR chairmanship of the Leadership AVf
be plans to study. 120- BIAS ENDS v
{ country over-must go to the Mrs. Thorns slna C. Francis 'PHILADELPHIA (NPI)) Four Black students, ranging In his Conference on Civil Rights,and GF ifbpI(( 9 flp W -
polls In overwhelming numbers Is married and has Iou ages from 1 to U, 'tottred privately-endowed Glrard College, membership on numerous lttiMPiO&TWN1)INCaltstftISN '
this year tocupport the cndi-l.l childrea. Che's a member of recently and became the first of their race to be enrolled In the other bodies serving the field plc,',.
die; of Vice President Humph ? her church choir and a local 120-year history of the school The Black students were Owen of human right wmCo, C TROUT 6 9

ray, so that the trend toward 1 civic association. Her many Cowans, 7) Carl W. RUey, I. William L, Dade, 11 and Theodore winner Last year's, Ambassador Excelsior Award Sol MUl n a Ib
understanding tread years' u a .L, Hicks 9 who were admitted after of was CATFISH
experience secretary many years struggle "" uw'
M. Llnowttt. VS.
1 rl'a. toward the races getting closer has made her especially in the courts against a whites-only provision the will of the represents- vW N
,together will conUaoe.. adept 'la dealing with the new school's founder Stephen GlmoV-e colonial: merchant *.*, i.live ,to., the Organisation, of *,, Mtciitumi in aatt .. .......... u49'
!
American 'States 'and former lift
"Back; In the 1940s when Vice 1 electronic equJpmtDlIDStIll10rSedr. : 45 '
board chairman of tHXereiCorporation. Intl SPECIAL NOTICE!!
President Humphrey was mayor office. :INSTALL OWN "BOARD"PLADJFIELD I
LI.
l nm HIM ler iervl
en Feel4SMm '
t( Minnesota people were saying Mrs. Lyaale Murray ofPlttsbargBlsarolaateer N.J. (NPQ-A local Black Panther unit led S HmUI p Cl It 1-444J etfik ,
S'J that be was too liberal. When about 150 Black demonstrators In a takeover of the Plalnfield flllK N,. OenUI le leek
he came to Congress, people worker la Senator Scotrs Pittsburgh school board recently after the regular board meeting-four : riDUNDH 59' u, r-vnt4"hf".v'
were saying that you cant fight office.Block. whites and one Black-walked out of a meeting In a local school, :
EYEI3: for school desegregation. The auditorium. The takeover group, which said U would remain the .-4ilr .
Columbus, Ohio and the Black Vice President Ignored these, AHerici "official board for the Black community until demands for school
Power Conference Philadelphia warnings because: deep djwa reforms are met, named local Afro-Americans for Action leader I' .
where resolutions were In his heart he knew If this Series Merits William Powell, u president,.and Plainfield' NAACP chairman WHEN YOU ARE Ill,

passed arglng Negroes. not to country was to move u far as Marshall Brown, vice.president. I BRAND NEW :t Ton Seek The Best Doc

rote. rapidly had to u do we U ought to go that NAACP CoBMeit 1968 VW : tor. When Your Doctor''
we through working
Noting that most recent civIl THE COLLEGE STUDENT SPEAKSBY '
Prescribes
disorders hare been caused by together through people of all "0( Black America" tesrlesof : Get Experienced
peace demonstrators and leftiststudent races and creeds. aevea programs produced by NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONALShould Lady Bug Pharmacists 70 IJ
groups Instead of ghetto "And today because of his CBS News and recently broadcast Fill Prescriptions According1
residents Robinson declared"I liberal attitudes and because of oa the CBS Televlsloa Justice Abe Fortas bi this nation's chief Justice? SEDANAUTOMATIC .: To Your Doctor's !
believe sincerely that the the trend this country was beginning Network, has won a special President Johnson wants him to be, but some Senators say no. r
I reason ,we hire not had too., to follow be Is BOW award from the National Association Not surprisingly, many of those Senators are Southern segregationists Order.
many riots la the running for the Presidency of for the Advancement and Northern conservatives STICK SHIFT Pm .. Use Only Tn/e Belt C. E, BLACKProprietor
1W1s that black pecplsfuuy these United States. B seems of Colored People. Fortas4s. opposed by Senators &**** nonviolent protest u rr Quality Drugs; ,
( understand what Mr. Humphrey to me that the progress we have The series traced the history. because U his parUc4laUoD 11(1 powerful mews effecting

I ;stands for and I think, very made under the Johnson-Hum. of the Nero and related U to _-. __ protecting the tlgttt: .ofsocW.... e6toge. ,..lusUc......t. .ForU....I.' @J : 3 Registered Pharmacists To Berve loorA
frankly Mr. Humphrey understand phrey f'i''itfrtt should be his place In modern American criminals .suspecis upnouing .
back continued. They have done more publishers' right to print upheaval "the most profoundand .... ...
this. We cant go society. revolution ever COMPLETE LINE OP-........
to bridge the pp between the ftuestloaable works and pervasive
in 1968." The award vas presented at :
Charles Crers, Mississippi races than any other admlnlstratioa -' the Beverly Hilton Hotel In Los striking downiYcial, barriers.The achieved by substaatlally CailinGriffin- ,.
NAACP leader and new Democratic la history. So U cer Angeles on Sunday September associate Supreme Court peaceful mans"Tae posaetlcs a Rubber Goods Candies -
D&t101111 l committeeman lusty seems to me that we. U to the Xerox Corporation, Justice U painted u an "extremist" Justice fully supports Ic1tIao' :
la the state, also Joined Robinson ought to continue this leader sponsor of the programs,during who has gone "too right to challenge But the1I&tIoa' Sundries
la public criticism of ship. (I the Image Awards ceremony :Jar" la his liberation opinions. military policies. .. Volkswagen :
"liberals" and "militants"who I believe sincerely that the which staged annually by the .But Judging by a book be has without assuming an authoritarian .
they said, are trying to reason we have not bad too .NAACP's Beverly Hills-Holly written "Coocernlng Dissent attitude, he upholds thae.Uon's >! INC PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR> AND DELIVERED
block the election of Humphreyas many riots In 1961 Is that black: wood chapter on behalf of the sad Civil Disobedience/ ova right to protect Its' 0 250 EAST Bth ST, 1807 KINGS IOAD 353.1271illl's
Itself that
President people fully understand: what parent organisation. tnoderaTe ]uiUc&r'riews have by demanding 354-9091' m
Negroes must not be fooled Mr. Humphrey stands for andI The Image Awards recognise been grossly misrepresented. consent bear arms in Its der S mr.m.n i sj ... .. '
by these tactics and must work think, very frankly, Mr.Hum the efforts of various elements Throughout the book, be seeks tense. ', Drug StoreTicktock..ticktock.
phrey understands this. We to balance the need for Justice Fortas Is different;
harder than ever to elect the of the entertainment and communication government
cant back la 1961. and the consti from many other persons who"sound
Democrat nominees if they wish go media to present an authority
'to continue the domestic and "Nixon has given veto power accurate and postive Image of tutionally-guaranteed right of off on current Issues
racial progess In this country, ,,over the Supreme Court to one the Negro peaceful protest. that be seeks to coorldinateour era .souses WIIbri' se PlOOf,ilme.OLI C vain I&IL n0..,uwnw.IY.
Even said, u hraisoprepared of the worst racists la this Perry Wolff vas executive Unlike liberals who see only need to obey the law with
country Strom Thurmond. Be the need for protest and every American's right to disagree
to beftea speaking lour for the producer of "Of Black Ameri conservatives -
with the government
Vice President. gave him veto orer.thje.yiee ca" for CBS News.Atfevtk. who make a credo
the Ret. T. Presidency And we cannot mINI loot of "law aad order," actions, rather than pitting one
Meanwhile Wyatt
...
Walker d New York Cityaaothe'r ,- u I said before, toleratea Justice Forte recognizes that against the other.It .
Bcincolleague Nixon-Thurmond ticket that City both lawfulness and freedom Is easy to assume that
rormerRept of'Robinson's also.annoeaced would set tue-ntaUon a back," are needed la our society; one everything the government officials the Bourbon that
that be was Joining Robinson said.FAHU Schools Adopt or the other alone won't do. do 1s right or wrong.Jetice'lorlss .

the Humphrey-Mas campaign Wines civil disobedience t'practiced dkdoiulsbes didn't watch the clock!
himself
by taking the middle
after ,taking leave from Professor Mere INks u a means of protesting -'road of recognising that our
let post as urban affairs eon- a moral wrong, particlpants -
isal ant to Rockefeller. AttMtfs Sftfe' ATLANTIC CITY. N.J.-More la the action must ba Constitution, provides both for' ; -
Walker, former executive director than 300 enthusiastic NAACP inggWirer penalty'Is 'government authority anddissent. OLDCHARTER.
Baring the clear ,
Youth Council
of theSoahernCbrlstianLeadership ; members here .
Conference under 5epliir0i, Cri.eTALLAHASSEEDr. attended a meeting called: by Oa the other hand, the state sighted sensitivity to see this
Dr. Martin L. King Jr., win Superintendent of Schools Jack has the obligation to protect requires real moral and intellectual Kentucky's finest Bourbon

, help organize Baptist Clergymen Charles Elaenstela, to announce the Its cit. cos' right to assemble courage.
Committee for HumphreyMuskle. u. Smith,head of the departmentof adoption of aa Integrated history peacefully and to petition the Far from being a wild-eyed' 7
II sociology at Florida AAM carriculam' this fall Inj government for a redress o'If "liberal" Justice Forts Isessentially years old1"SU

In urging aQ people of goodwill University, was one of the prominent -; the public school system.. 'grievances. j conservative lathe
I to rote for the Bamphrey- state, county and city, The course, which II believed I bad been a Negro living,ease of seeking to conserve
.
I Issued officials that participated la a' to be the first.of ltsJed .U .U Birmingham or Little Rock J the best In the American tra
I theo.statement: one-day semiaar on "The the nation, vlll serve grades or Plaquemines Parish, LottW: both of lawfulness and

"A number of black pICJple'art Community Response kindergarten through U, and tans, I hope I would have d1J.tJ freedom.
very much concerned that Crime" recently at the University attempt to polat oat moreclearly (obeyed the state kw that:si.4 Bow shocking It Is that the
some liberals act very much of Couth Florida's Center the rojej* Individual that I might! not enter the p tIc associate justice must undergo ... '.. ,' .
to for Continuing Education. minority groups'vhlch have waiting room reserved for'whites' Senatorial Interrogations:
as though they prefer seethe
Nixon-Tfaurmond team head The purpose of the program ...Ignored. /' he ....rta. 1 reminiscent of the InqulsltloolOaecaaoBlysBSSpectthat 1'

up the country la the comb sponsored by USF's Center and I James Osry, director of theNAACP's At the sane time, .he favorably i j racists have with aatl-, ..!' .. .
the National Conference of quotes the late Martini Joined
years. community aad school: Dr. ...
"They seem to forget that Christians and Jews, was to affairs committee and branch Letter King Jr.. as saying, Semites oa"a In a malicious awes:
under the Jothaon-Hampbrey. discuss the problems of crime president Edgar Harris both ;"CtrU disobedience aust.,be I man whose basically
ticket tremendous progress has 'in America and the need for hailed the new.COUTH! I. study) done openly and peacefully, and ,bud I moderate opinions could help
been made in terms of race federal, state.aad local 1 u another step toward better those who do It Bust accept up the nation's wounds
and
relations lnthls country. programs to meet the challenge. race relations; ;the penalty b/the law." uu-jnony.{ thus produce Interracial I .






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I I I'' Florida A&M Scored In Every Quarter Against Allen University Jackets-48-0 ,1,1I




GIN Was Lesta Rasher With Two Rattlers To Watch Gilbert And Johnson Stars In "Ironside1

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16 Carries; Riley Made Pisses ; "'{i/i.: '; .: Supply Part Of >, .' I r ,.-

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Florida AIM scored In ever 7 quarter Saturday night as the FAMU's Needs I Si.w
Rattlers trounced the Allen 1 University Yellow Jackets by aclog

.peon of 48-0, In the ope season game for both teams. TALLAHASSEE-Gilbert and 4P; "

A flred-op Rattler defense attempted -' FAMU scored once In the third Johnson sounds like a good name _

to steal the show Iron quarter on a 41-yard drive for a broadway act, but the
a late starting Rattler offense capped by a two-yard scoring, Florida AiU Rattlers have
with one of the best defense plunge by Owens. M other plans In mind for this
performances ever by an AIM In the fourth quarter, the high stepping act.

team.Rattler Rattlers erupted for 22 point y flU 1 had two bora of the caliber
safety C. Sasser put Riley hit Edwards on a 35-yard of Alonso Gilbert and Benny f r f
the Rattlers on the Scoreboardwith bomb to start the fourth Johnson fighting for everyposition ..
4.S8 left In the first
quarter quarter scoring. It was the "
... headcoach Jake
says
when he took u Allen punt and seventh cattb for Edwards wbo y1/ r ...c.. Gaither, "I would have very few'
raced 42 yards for touchdown.. accounted for 135 yards on fie worries." Our tight end position
,
After an an exchange of punts
receptions.One : .
pass tr 1s solid no matter which one
the Rattlers started another ,
minute and 30 seconds
1s In the game." S Et
ct
'scoring drive the Allen 43- I
on halfback Henry Scott
Ii later i The straggler for the starting
yard line Quarterback Ken scampered 26 yards around left N' position at the tight end slot Is
hit flanker den Edwards
Riley end for another score. The l + w
r one of the main topics of the.eoache. ;+ #s y
on a 41-yard pass play that to an end when '
scoring came y4 Tr .. Both boys are seniors-
put the ball on the twoyardline. 1 9
Dewitt Anderson the third
from Miami and both are giving ,
Fullback James Owens quarterback used by the what Coach Gaither calla, "150
scored with a dive over the 4)a
Rattlers hit halfback Alfred
cent effort". .
per
Coal line on the next play.In Dixon on a 21-yard scoring Daring the recent control
less than two minutes the toss .
scrimmage Gilbert made aa'outstanding
Rattlers were back on the The Rattler offense netted 180 catch: despite being
Scoreboard wben a bad snap yards roughing and Ul pwlng. surrounded by three'defendersIn
from center carried Into the
Hubert Ginn the
was leading
the second quarter. In the
!nd tone' and Allen punter rusher with 72 yards in 18canles. third period Johnson leaped high Inn Dixon sheds his Army uniform and leaves"Regan's Heroes"
James Wig Ins was trappedfor Riley hit on 11 of 17 to make an equally outstanding long enough to guest star as a football player in "Ironside."

a safety. passes for 181 yards and one 'eatch, and thats the way its been
After the safety Allen kicked touchdown.The since: practice started. Black Pride Is A Of
on and the Rattlers started Rattlers defense was Johnson was winner of the War livitf
another scoring drive from
equally outstanding. Allen Memorial
Willie Gallmore
their own 42-yard line In 12plays completed only one pass all Scholarship award In his fresh* To I Iran Pixel Uiiwsil Stir
they were brought to a night and It was only good for man season. ,
bait on the Allen 12-yard line; Is 'in' these which Is
a three-yard gain. "Black beautiful" Is an phrase days
and tackle Horace Lovett kicked The Yellow Jackets had total Soul Brothers than would
Bob Taupe 'only receiving: lip service from more
a 21-yard Held goal with )t .rushing net of only 10 yards .care to admit It. However' one Black man who not only espouses,
second lest: In the half to make and never threatened the entire ',but actually lives, the Idea, 1s actor Ivan Dim, who recently:
the halfttme.score FAMU IJ-ADenOat game. Their closest penetration Writes ATop took time from his co-starring assignment Ih the "8op.A'. .

I was to the FAMU 45-yard line Heroes" series to guest star u a bearded revolutionary In
I In the second quarter. Book "1t Takes A Thief."
WEAR IT NATURAL or I FAMU Is now 1-0 for the .Ivan, a powerful, quiet man, legalities of his
Rattler Quarterback Km Riley (kneeUag) and offensive tackle ad field goal speclalid changing name
COMB IT STRAIGHTf' season. Horace Lovett are offensive threats In the 1981 football season NEW YORK Bob Teagne, with fight glistening bleeps before school darts
Dry UoVlmr newscaster and ,and gentle eyes, Isn't one to be still hasn't'
..M.... -- -- outstanding "Of course,
'
,
kinky
IW M..irl.ee former football star, has writ. .force anything on anyone es*. decided on a specific: name
iron MURH4V1I M i l.-*: Pedestrian And Bicycle I Bob Gibson, CardINal Ace, May 'ten what may be a bestseller, peclally: children. After all, u yet He's somewhere between

HAla R r.i'r.: N('f "Letters to a Black Boy," now any wise parent Meow' Itchild you .If lab and about fifty others
COM kit OK..INM.y..wINM ..Mnr. Safety Rules OutlinedTALLAHASSEE 1 Wia Series Award on the bookstands published push something at a too be had written down. Be has
r Mlrty mr ,..<...|>. Sports Aiii Here hard be Just might reject: U.
alrel.hl. ......,.. by Walker and Company. lots to choose from because:
MMf heir The Florid Petrol outlinedthe are a few of the Inner thoughts But over a decade: ago when lit'. been going through books y
caller, (iik. .:. .. HKhwtjr today NEW YORK Pitchers Bob Gibson: of the St. Louis Cardinals the first of the Diion's four
h.ld.. tk.t ie.IIe Slate's safely refutations that apply to pedestrians and blcyclli and Denny McLaln of the Detroit Tigers the leading candidatesfor of Teague which began to Impel and meeting people and asking .
A'.h.dh.h...$.. Ur day. for the benefit of students returning to school. children was born, Ivan began .about names and what" they
nm the Mod Valuable Player Awards tbeirrespectlve leagues ,
,.... 4f ...... Colonel H. N. Klrkman. Director: of the Department of PublicRar..t telling the kids about Africa; mean. He also likes the names
and starters In the first of the 1968 World Series,
MURRAY'S said. "BICKtUU and pedestrians have specific dutiesand probable game Us geography, tribes, culture Ahmadu because the cat be
MAIM DNUSINQ tesponalblllUes spelled. out In Florida's Statutes. Students could have the inside track on SPORT Magazine's 14th annual 1e and tradition. As their curios- met who had that name was big
POMADE returning to school this year should know and obey these laws. World Series Sports Car Award, If precedent rules and butlers lily grew, ,they went off on and strong and walked like a

,.................................. They were' made foe their protection. dominate In the Fall Classic.In their own-to the library to king."
k,,.::::.Il- IK M.m<:My to-= Klrkman said the law call for ptdentrlan to ute sidewalkswhet the 13 years that SPORT la the last four years.McLaln's African friends of their.parent Ivan's second irGsl 1s a
IIe wM N d 4 I son, ,
available If not to walk the left side of the
III on roadwayfaring Magazine has presented the
+t.w.wy squally Impressive record *-to lean more about
.
= :MUKaAY: ,. traffic, Street should be .crossed at crosswalks' here gifted chill 'He's In aa act
Mn. < **** award, a sports car, to the
shows that be Is the first JO* the proud Black people whose
MOmrS .UHIIOR rRODDCtl CO. tellable. Never leave the curb and walk or run Into the sweet 'man the editors select as the celerated, program In school
*4 durwtt.WI.Mm. Methyl unit Inca aloay obey the pedrotrlaa' control alanals.r Most Valuable Player U the game winner U the major J heritage they stared Last year be was skipped from
laanes la 34 Year I. "Tbe oldest ls named after the third to the fifth grade
Series, eleven pitchers have The other Cardinals consider* me," Informs Ivan, "and be'. where be emerged u the third
r earned the prise, and of these, ed to have good shots at winning eleven. The next one Is nine- smartest child In the class.
eay+ pickin? you,bet. four, had started the opener for the SPORT Uagatlae World year-old NGat Christopher, When Ivan, Jr. was 'U the .
their clubs. They were Whltey
Series AwardaresluggersUlke e tbea AlaI Jdmara and the baby, second grade, .be did i t.mtrt.-
Ford of the New York Yankees
Shannon, Orlando Cepeda and Doris Nomathande. ably detailed report on Africa
la mi, Sandy Koufai of the Tim McCarver, and speedy LM "The funny thing Is that though .which Included a small rattan
greyhound Los Angeles Dodgers la 1983, Brock, whose base' rinsing aU of them have Christian names mat given to him by Sidney
and Gibson In 19M and 1967. almost stole the pries last year.' (Doris, Christopher Alaaex* Peltier when Ivan. Sr. worked

This year's prize, a fully The other Tiger likely to cept Ivan, Jr., people call them with him on "Something of
rcumc quipped 1989 Dodge Charger, take a run at the Dodger Charger by their African names (N'Gal, V IIt"ID 'M. Be got anAplus'onlt. ;
will be presented to the winner ere long-ball threats Willie Klmara, Nomathande). We got .
at a luncheon la his honor at Morton and Bill Freehaa, and )JOB mcUl the names from friends from "We dont push this sort of

the conclusion of the Series. the veteran Al Kalina, appear* kim to write Just after the African students and even thing on them," explains Ivan,
If Gibson manages to win the lung la the first Series of Us birth of his son. Miriam Makeba. Nomanthande "It's their own thing and evolves
Charger it will be an unprecedented career with Detroit. comes from her tribe and
16-year Writing a book was perhaps means from the family discussions and
third sports car and Past SPORT Magazine World the farthest thought from my, 'mother of nope'. The Japanese people they meet. Then, when
the second in two that be
years Series Award Winners; mind when I first saw my Infant stally have one traditional things come up In their classes
will have won u the Series 1955-Johnny Padres, Brook son, Adam, that rainy afternoon name plus a Christian name, and the white kids chooseEuropeaa
MYP. Former Dodger greatKoutu lyn Dodgers; 1956-DOBlUrsen. In late September 1966. In so why shouldn't we? countries for

B 1 Is the only player to New York Yankees; retrospect I see that Letters' One problem has arisen, how projects, they feel the need
A t have won the award twice.Gibson's 1957-Lew Burdette, Mllwau. to a Black Boy was also bora 'ever. Wbat has happened 1s that to choose Black countries And

powerful credentials Ite Waves; mS-Sob, :Turley right there la the maternity my oldest lODe Ivan Jr., has they do. n Just happens/ .'
going Into the Series Include
New York Yankees 19S9 now decided tochangehltname.lie .
; ward. "'Ibt, even make their own
SAT MATINEES-1:30 the best earned-run average in Larry Sherry, Los Angeles Like a half-dosea other new did so for very positive costumes and do shows for ut
POST TIME-BPM modern major-league history' Dodgers; 1960-Bobby Richard daddies, 1 flattened my nose reasons one Ding that his brothers when they feel like It. Theydo '
I and his third 20-wln season lODe New York Yankees;1941- against the glass partition and and sister have African 'soul shows ,too, and they

White, Ford, New York Yankee made ridiculous: faces gesturesand names and be simply feels 'out imitate The Temptations and
I :; 1961-Ralph Terry New noises, straining to see of It'. James Brown and other
grohWtL
Watch This York Yankees; 1963-Saady something of myself U a tiny "The other reason ls that When they do their reports and"
r I ) I I Ii Koufax, Los Angeles Dodgers; brown face still wrinkled and be'. named after me and he shows they don't want any help.
i Clown 1964-Bob Gibson St Louis damp from birth. Be 1s strong ant go around being Ivan Dlxon They do their own researchand
Cardinals; lMS- andy Koufaz handsome sad healthy, \ because people look at him and put everything together
21-51-13 Los Angeles Dodgers; 1984- thought, perfect beyond my relate to me, not to him. He's themselves.

Frank Rob I II 0 lie Baltimore wildest dreams. And obviously perceptive enough at this early All of the Dixons wear the
BAN LON tt. 43-II-21 ,Orioles; 1987-Cob Gibson;St there ls superior Intelligence age to see this aad he Just elegant African-inspired ''m.

Louis Cardinals. behind those spa riling coal. doesn't dig It. He's coming tural" ba1rdol.lDc1adIJI&fnA'.

TURTLE NECKS 1 J CONTINUED TO'PAGE 13' borne a week early from our charming wife, Byrlie, who has

\ I relatives home in North also perfected several African.

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I Expertly tailored in the having to give up his quarterback place where you can see a situation -,
trim ivy style with ''Man's' Days are Numbered., 66 CHEW SPORT COUPE .- $1995 post Code said and react, you'll becoming

nonpleated fronts Health and Fortune Can Be .aM,VI.--.e..er s1.wua Ah -.-.w..N.ry. "1 Just love the change. Defense along and playing de

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crease for life. 65 PONTIAC toNNEVIUI.$199S. Just want to play ball." quarterback, It usually resulted

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NATIONALSHIRT I r ..e....eii........... chemistry courses be Is taking secondary tt usually resultsIn
OCTOBER OVER 100 CARS TO CHOOSE FROMI now at UT."Playing a touchdown. You have got
I We Take Deals Where Other Refute quarterback at ALT to be at home and feel at ease."
SHOPSSitiwiy Fill In the blank below and Credit Approved On Spot and In high school actually Code's biggest fans are his
mail to ZODIAC Pod Office helped me/ be said "I find- fether, a state supervisor of

SkiHiif Ciitir lily Box 1111, Jacksonville, Fta.XAME R.S.EVANS3rd that 1 am beginning to think; adult edicatloa la South
',! like a quarterback even In mr Carolina, his mother, a former
1 I li Tit Mill defensive halfback rote I know home economics teacher, and
STREET & MAIN that on a short-yardage situa a younger-brother. The Codes
'DATE OF BIRTH EL4.93i1OPEN'TIL30P.M.EL4.5312 titan, the other quarterback dont miss an ALT home game.
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'I Tennessee State Spanks Kentucky 40-7 Bob Shannon and Cliff Brooks Score '""I


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Foothill Given <, Sports Is A Matter Of Fun Salk Merrill's MiiclMs Scene


To 10-Yeir-OU After Tight Score Every Period. I.! Nashville r

The Tigers of Jackson State
their wounded after NASHVILLE Behind Coach John A. Merrltt'S dynamic dGo''lenal
art nursing
Boy !I. Coilesl suffering from a 10.1 defeat callers, Tennessee State spanked Kentucky State 40-7
at the band tt Prairie ViewIn order the_ lights In the 16,000 seat WJ. Bale Stadium last 1

NEW YORK When a 10- the season opener. saturay nigni.
year-old boy gets a football asa James Kelly, .'.",sophomore More than ,1,000 fans turned non cot a bad pus from Center >1
prise at a picnic, his smile quarterback and number one out to watch quarterbacks Bob Charles Eskew to set op their t
Is u wide u a football field, field general, will be out for Shannon and Cliff Brooks guide only tally. On the third try, w
appearing u rapidly u a cent.back the remaining 1961 season. According the Big Blues In their opener Gene Gtddry hit Ken Web for c
who sees a hole In the to the reports of the and got the biggest surprised the score. Ted Higgins knotted 4
opposing team's line. team physician.The the evening. Mixing runningand the score ,-, with his extra ;
And for Terence Jenkins, r number two quarterback passing, the dynamic duo Setback kick. jj
receiving that football was like .:., Richard Lampkln, will be out ,personally accounted for 135 Reese capped t 75- w
d.
scoring the winning touchdown for several weeks with a of the team's 375 yards on the yard 11-play drive by taking w
in an NFL championship game. serious ankle Injury. This will ground and completed 11 of tie a three-yard pass from Shanfl
Yon dream It will happen to leave the chores of signal call 16 passes for 124 of 166 aerial non to pot the rrIUJDeuJln4
you. .-but it rarely does.:: i log to WUbert Vaughn and )'UdI. to stay early In -the second t)
Terence and his mother, Mrs. Freddie Jackson. Merritt's magicians scored In quarter. The Big Blues left the .."
Marvels Jenkins, were among The password from Coach every period and gave up the field with'a 11-7 intermission t
the more than 300 picnickers Paige Is, "Some changes win Tborobreds' single TO on a margin and the 19th straight R
, at Blackwater National Wildlife be made." Eugene Uosley will miscue la the opening period. Little Brown Jug victory tightly 10
Refuge Park recently,courtesyof be shifted to tackle, Richard Shannon drove 30 yards height held In their grasp III
, R.J. Reynolds Foods, Inc. Caster will more to tight end, plays for the Big Blues' first "Playing In the shadow of El- a
The picnic is an annual event and freshman, Alford Clanton, score the first time his team drldge Dickey both Shannon >a
for employees of the Cam blab school All-American from got the ball. Hitting Joe Cooper and Brooks felt thou resure.> q
bridge, Mi facility and their Tupelo, will be the numberone and Albert Davis, Shannon However, 1 think my quarterf
families, and features food, fun II Danker. moved the ban to the one. From back situation ism good shape," 11
and a nock of festivities.The Coach Paige feels confidentthat there, be bit Wayne Reese for Mer. Itt offered after the game.a
highlight for Terence was! the team will get better, the game's first TO. Joe Jones "Bottf showed good poise t;
the game he won-and for which but the mistakes made against toed the extra point u 10.29 and I wu Impressed with their r
be received the football. AD' Prairie View were costly. The showed on the firstquarterclock. running' Shannon took some A
youngsters were lined up, aDd brightest spot and best per good licks and still did not get i!
coins wets placed on plates, ,; ;/ s formance were turned In by The Thorobreds downed the rattled," be added. ,
, with moulds of flour over them. the Inexperienced defense. ball on State's three s.fterShan. :0STARTOFFALL

The youngsters had to blow ...... ,v... :_-I r **
away the flour and mojths pick up>> football and fun are u vital to a picnic as plenty of good food from L), local United Packing Rouse Workers of America Union- S 2 I
with
coins their
the and companionship. And for 10-year-old Terence Jenkins (0.), president, and Arthur Elliott, another R.J.; Reynolds Foods
awarded to the
football *
the all the essential elements were present at the annual RJ employee. Mr. Elliott won his carving set in a game requiring SPECIAL! I
fastest with the the Doer.T.r.oce' Reynolds Foods, Inc. picnic for employees of the Cambridge, contestants to squat, holding a brick behind the back with both u I
breath moved u
Md. facility. Terence won the football for being the first to bands. The winner was the man who 8u' w the brick farthest Schwobilt's
quickly u a ISO-pound pant blow. a mound of flour off a plate, and pick up a coin underneath between' Us legs. Plant Personnel Manager Charles Atkinson ThreeDay'M
chased two 330-
returner by with his mouth. Hayes
Kennedy, plant manager presented arranged the picnic.
'pound tackles, and be puffed Terence with the football. Also
present were AI,J ICbett (Sed' -
his way to the prlte.

'almost Games u for much the adults dexterity required and SPORTS PARADE Miscies Cost Albert State Game WEEK ENDSALE t


determination.Foods employee' RJ.Arthur Reynolds Elliott, AII'lst' Shaw 'University' 1513ALBANY

for example, needed the agility BT NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONALWANTS :
of Atlas and mastery Mercury Ga. Vera Stockton: covered a bad snap in the end
to win a carving set. His game BIG INCREASE tone for a safety to give Raw University a J-1J setback over ,
,required contestants to squat, Albany State College here! Mills Memorial Stadium recently.'
t OMA2U, Neb. (NPI) Bob looser, former AllAmericaaand
.' hiding a brick behind the back the captain of the Chicago Bulls professional basketball Wltb- 3.11 to play .la the Lovett long and connected with
with both bands.The winner was team, recently was reported to be holding out for a slteable evenly-matched contest, Mike him at the IS where the Augusta,
, the man who threw the brick increase in salary for the 1961 season. Booter, who led the McDonald handling the long Ga. freshman was tackled In the ;
farthest-between his legs. Bulls In field goal percentage la 1967, said be and the team snap on a 4th clothe puntingsituation exact spot of.the catch.Following
Plant manager Hayes Kennedy president Dick Klein were "seven thousand dollars apart." IIII oval high a five yard clipping penalty,
and Al Fitcbett, local United and over Howard Slocumb's: putting the ball at the seven,
Packing House Workers of STARTS COMEBACK bead. Stockton,crashing in from Pounsel sent McGregor oft a choice group ofFALL

America Union president, NEW YORK (NPI) Ez-Igbt heavyweight champion DlctTlltt the right side, garnered the tackle with Cavern David pulling \
agreed: "The coordination of a warrior Inside and outside the prise ring, will launch pigskin and the victory for to lead the Interference as the
a child Is more Important than a comeback la Madison Square Garden October 25,la to-round Dennis Jefferson's Bears. Rams scored their first TD. i
the power of U adult-fartl- bout against Frank De Paula,aa -tod-eomtngtighter.addition The defeat was a sad one for Jimmy King/a PATwasblocked: :M MI
cularty when you have to get to being a professional boltr, Tiger is a captain la the Army Bobby Lee, in IlLs coaching leaving the Rams on the short My
19 and go to work the next of the secessionist tertUory of Blafra, la Nigeria.DOMtNATWOTENNB. debut after seeing his Rams end 70.The .
week.' march 71 yarns to tie op the Bears got their second I
f. contest'' at 13 all with I4U1Ii : TD In the 3rd quarter as Roderick J t talso
SUUS.
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lob LAS .VCOAX,' Nev. .-*<-NPi) -- Scriflfrfotrd-sri: rdf''Arthur l slat IIdurthperiod. ;.WrpecofJ scored on ,- : I .: 15" .MIf.f. 11 !' ::
Teifie '
+ ,
Shaw dtewflrstbloodtapltaf.hang '3 yard sprint pff tackle cap
Asbe of Richmond, Vs., recently moved another step closer to .,
dominating amateur and professional tennis by defeating Clark on a fumbled punt by ping a 51-yard Bear drive some -
CONTINUED FROM PAGE IS Graebner, '.7, 6.3, to win the Desert Inn Invitational Tennis Willie Dlxoa. Stockton: In on helped by two penalties, one
black eyes. Tournament's singles title here. A u.s. Davis Cup star, Aahttlllt the act again, recovered the a IS-yarder. The Rams' Henry
Tben it bit m*.lruboadlagfomyself recently won the first UJ.Open Tennis Title at Forest Hills ban on the Rams' 16. On a Wallace loomed ia to block the at r.
about the only black !J!.YJ. during which be defeated ..nrallea41DC professionals. 3rd and 8 situation, Embra PAT, making the score 136. I
boy in the batch. The six others Lease, the Bears' flanker, got With 14:01 to play Ron Woods
were Chinese and white. And NO-HiT VICTIM behind Charles Ray ia the end scored from the one to cap Irrr
what hurt me was the certain SAN FRANCISCO (Nfl "Rapid" Bob Gibson pitching sane and took Walter Johnson's sustained effort by Albany -
knowledge that most of this star of the world champions St.Louis Cardinals,recently became touchdown pass. Billy Jackson; Stale. Pounsel., la ;
ioeirty-.bit e people-would. the victim of a no-hitler burled by Gaylord Perry of the Saa 'booting soccer style and left- engineering the drive, swept
not see him u clearly u L Francisco Giants, u the Giants edged the Redbirds,10. Gibson, footed. split the uprights,givingthe his left end for 11 yards to r"I
More often than not, I said to ,who suffered his eighth loss against SI wins, allowed only four Bears a 7-0 lead. give the Rams a crucial first
myself my son will be Judged hits, but one was bomerun by Giants second baseman Ron Hunt Albany Hate bounced 'right down on the Bears 31 yard
in tact prejudged-eolely by Perry's record after the no-bitter was 1J-14. back with Allen Pounsel! the line. A Pounsel to Lovett pass
Ms blackness. The beauty and ;HAPPY OLYMPIANLOa1UAN throttle, scoring from the 3 got an Interference call at the
intelligence: I could see wouldbe Miss. -(NPO-One of the most Jubilant members yard line to cap a U-yard 3-yard stripe where Pounsel
Ignored. of the U.S. team to the Olympic Games la Mexico City will be sustained drive with Ron Mc. sent Woods up the middle behind
It wasat fair. I wanted to Mlldrette Netter, who made the squad as member of the 400- Gregor crossing the goal line. Cavern David again for the
shout to the world that there meters relay group and U aa alternate la both the 100 and 200 The key play in the drive was tally. King, on his second
was more to my son than the meters run. "I didn't expect to make the trials, therefore, Poansel's classic 4S-yard toss PAT attempt of the evening.
black skin be inherited from making the participation team Is like a dream come true," said to rookie Neely Lovett. With booted it true, to knot the game I i
me. Falling that, I wanted desperately the fleet Alcora AIM College<< thlnclad. She departed the Alcorn 3rd down and 1, Pounsel spotted- 13-alL
to tell him right then campus recently for Mexico. I
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that be most always remember M"

not Mister evaluate Charlie's stupidities.himself by Dallas Cowboys Roster Sports r t

U my son, Adam, bad some Ticktock..tijck-tock...
forewarning of what Its like Thfrteei' !
Ntijroes Oi Fill ...
to grow up in a racist society the Bourbon thatdidrft ,
be would have a better chanced DALLAS -Color into Us ninth season as a prof.uioDa1lAUtJ:
growing up tall I bad seen In the football world, the Dallas Cowboys again presents a threat
too many black men whose u champions of the National Football ...... Thirteen Tan watch the clock!
growth u human beings had stalwarts help make up this squad of one of the finest aggregations
been stunted by the blatant and on the
the subtle pressures Petal Norman is taking over .
They never learned tee themselves pacing a rather moderate start,
from Frank Clark U a blockcr.
to be themselves. but with their proven ability to Then there are Willie Townes, OLD
But, my son was much too run, block and win Don Meredith Mike Johnson, David Me-,
young for a maa-tonun talk the former SITU wonder
and Phil Clark.
about the'ways of the white on the throwing end- spotting Daniels
CHARTER
tt is a safe bet that the Cowboys
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man's world. It would be 1UJIf'rear.
receivers like Bob Hayes t
10-9 favorite to '
before I could give him Lance Rentsel-and with linebackers are the a 61 champions. THURSDAY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY! ,
become
the clues be would need. And like Don Perkins andDan Kentucky Finest Bourbon
who could say whether I would Reeves, the other teams '
still be around? Jn the league have their work Elizabeth Stilt
Those thoughts haunted me cut out for them.
through the first nine months Coach Tom Landry has high Schwobllt gives you a welcome and value

of Adam's life. Then I got the praise for his 13 black stars. His EMmta packed Introduction to fall with this
idea of writing a series of Don Perkins has led the team -
letters to I him that be could in rushing every year since three-day sale of suits at a big ten S
read when be became a teen 1961. Fleet Bob Hayes was top Jell SckMt 7
ager. in 1965 and 1966 dollars off the regular prlcel) Choose

I wrote perhaps twentyfiveof and died out by Rentsel last ELIZABETH CITY, N.C. years from some of the most luxurious worsteds and
them before it occurred to season, be was top scorer in Elisabeth City State College old
me that my own growth would 196S, and 1967. In addition, has released through the office blends of worsted and silk to come from

have been helped bad I been Hayes was a top punt returnerin of the president Dr. Marion, Schwobilt's tailoring'shops. colors styles and
able to read such letters when 1966 and 1967. Thorpe, a pretentious schedule ,
I was a boy. So much of whatI Mel Renfro topped that department of football appointments for the patterns. Quantity Is limited and this special thru -
bad leaned on my own bad in 1964 and INS, andalso ensuing year which atartednt6
been unnecessarily painful and led In kick-off retard to INt, Frostbarg State College September Saturday only, so geton the, bargain bandwagon right awayj
debilitating. U these letters- '63 and 66. Oa Interceptions 14. and Norfolk State1 No charge for alterations.
could save my son from some after Don Bishop's dayCorseIlGreea on September SI. -
of that, I thought, why not a lot. and Reafro got the Wlntonalem State will fighton
of black boys? honors Green taking it In 1933, Us own territory with Ella-
Having reached that point, all '65, and 66, and Benfro In beta City on October 8. Other
that remained was to set down 1964. They tied for thelwoorfa out-of-towi games wfll be with
what I thought would be usefuL 1967. Shaw, October 19, Fayettevllle 1 '
I decided to rely mainly on Hayfield Wright, ex-Fort State, Novembers,Livingstone, SJ.! Q ,1 J JDO'WHTOWH
anecdotes, or black parables, Valley Stater, is an offensive, November 16. ,
front personal experience, tackle this season. Lea Shy, Other home games will be
rather than sermons. I also blessed with good speed from with Virginia Union University,
decided to tell the truth. Whkh Long BeachStatehasabrotber, October 12, October S6, St. CEDAR HILLS STORE RECENCY
is difficult when write, with Paul's College and November
you Doll Pittsburgh. 10 N. LAURA STRICT CEOAI HILLS SHOPPING RICINCY SQUAftf
about yourself. But U', also Jethro Pugh U a defensive 9, Delaware State, home CMN 'TIL I CINTIROMN OPIN 19 fO'snUDIY t '
It you want to tell tackle and has tremendous coming. All borne start '
necessary .games FRIDAY; NIGHT, ,lO.TO.t lyiRY DAY.I'IY, Y.P"
it.to your son like It It height and mobility. Tight end at IM p.m.! 1m 1 tmSn Mona M temmS ms gNiI MtT. .uwtmu.eft ,
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FOR RENT by the practices of their f
parents, by'the myths and \ e.f
Furnished room. Single male., superstitions of whites, and by .
'" Phone 355-1893. the absence of real social
"t contacts. The Negro's depiction '
1 FOR RERT in literature, on the occasions: \

:: M SSwGEOLLO Furnished or Unfurnished Apt .he has been given attention,have
s for rent. Excellent condition usually been unrealistic and
t location. $50.00 t. $60.00 mo. dishonest. Hopefully, books like
Phone 387-1201 "Tessle" may help to dispel
all such notions.Mr. .
It's the technology,of tomorrow. You know It. We know It. FOR RENT :Jackson and any one:else d (

309 Lafayette. S rm. Duplex. contemplating writing on the .
It you can b.lp.us "hear" and understand the kind of talk Saturn-Apollo Water Lights Included$58.00mo Negro, should have watched the I_ : _
vehicles send back from space, then we at Federal Electric Corporation want television coverage of the
to talk to rOUt Phone 359-3301 crowning of the Black Miss
America. More ground was

We're prime contractor to NASA for communications and Instrumentation WIFE ORE CAH'T SEW gained In that historic event,
support at Cape Kennedy We're still crowing We need many more eyes and and more notions dispelled
ears oa the mob...technicians, computer operators and supply clerks who'll WANTED about pride in being black, and
be right where It.,an happening Because we handle all communications, ground Someone with established credit what is really beautiful than ,,i .' K <,
measurements and calibrations, computations, telemetry and timing for this to take up payments on Singer .five or ten years of civil rights
program to put men on the moon,and beyond. Golden-Sew Auto Zlc-Zar.Does aeUCCI.LI.ks. .-
everything No attachmentsneeded.
If you want to be where it's happening In space, then FEC baa a dynamic Makes fancy patterns,
Interested la tilt construction
GIf to help all qualified men
for LEAP 1s an Urban League project designed
place rOIl.Cill.IICATIIIS buttonholes, blind hems, etc. /
is shown with
Ernest McDuffle carpenter's apprentice,
: trades. In the above picture ,
Balance $42.50. Just take up
$S month. Free CONTINUED FROM PAGE Iud Don Floyd foreman, 0.P. Woodcock Company. He Is one of nine young men placed In buildingand
TECIRICim payments per trades apprenticeships He Is beginning In carpentry. The Jacksonville Urban League's '
Call Fuller '
trial. Mr.
home assoclated -
In London. They'were LEAP program Is open to all qualified young men who are interested in the apprenticeship t
Applicants should have at least 1 year's experience In the following area: with golf tour PepalColaInternaUonal of which program, Ability Photo:
,
Audio Communications *
(, Intercom Systems *CCTV Telephone Systems Systems Jackie Robinson is honorary leap Prefaces Skills
Mobile Radio Systems cable Splicing and Installation 3a7nU.ail 'chairman. m July of 1969 they
will Journey to Hawaii, to Los So 4.

UIIMTIIT ELECTIIRICS TECIRICIAR Angeles and to Las Vegas. t?

3 years' electronic: laboratory experience maintaining and repairing measuring nwll. Mwm th.Mat 4lci tltU.,era.tntiirt.t".mmen.y cM M pI1h1. API. FOR RENTFurnished
transducers, signal conditioners, multiplexed, dlgttyers, recorders and other ,..fir 'tnti 11'' i,.11"ei tMtr Mr iso "
WhIR Onturtt Irritit I.1"'b m0 \) apt. Respectable .
electronic Will build breadboard circuits and perform
complex equipment. ,
I rtlltt
"III I functional and environmental tests as directed by engineers. Develop and use CHI I KitMrrltMtt boil help cemlortiblttJrt : person or married couple.
; test circuits and set up and operate laboratory instrument. testing equipment, r.1$Vn.IM..pen.e.Mtl.elro. to: 1OOtII" 1.1 Avenue. Can 353-9942
construct: speclallted measuring Instrumentation.millAIT KtlM I n.r' ee.'t*n nu satUlda _
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experience. field various =; IIIIICI.i e-j a l'd l rot SALE 7.
o S years' in the digital computer in the operation of for o r =
N, peripheral equipment such as. electronic plotting devices, photographic Coot t gro..at MS W.15tb: St. *
I 1 development equipment associated with plotting devices,wiring program boards doing very good business the
for printers, and various EAM equipment. year around Beer license.
I VETERANSIINO !
Good location Reason for sell
Ing-tave two other businesses.
CUPIUI mums MONEY DOWN for information call 1.5-54.S.

l-l/l years' experience the operation of Urge and medium scale computers.
Ability to control and direct operations of the mala computer. Readying FOR A 3 OR 4 MOTEL

equipment for operation, monitoring operation and corrective. action in stop 12 rooms, pi Ivate bath IS.00II
and error Situation. BEDROOM rooms, semf- .'Ivate $4.00 .
Day time (semi-private) SS.00
.
All BRICK HOME Weekly Rate (plus tax) r .
sum CLEARS
ON LARGE LOT IN
.EOCEf ODD MOTOR COURT
Requires 1 year's experience warehousing and stock conttol work. BEAUTIFUL INTEGRATED
LEAP'S program for developing tot the trades through acpreotleeshlp U dramatised la the
? Interested and qualified applicants call collect Monday thru Friday, 9 a ra. 911 M.l.Cor.EdgewoodAve. above picture. Bill Smith, left. Is a first-year Journeyman, sheetmetal worker with the
.:. to 5 p.m., Employment Office at (SOS)7M-CZOO. CARVER PINES! _Phone: 7M-0003-Ahrays Open Ferbert Sbeetmctal Company. George Barnes, right Is a sheetmetal apprentice and the first
Negro studying for qualification In Duval County. Ability Photo
Or, you may send details of your background, in confidence to Mr. L.A. FriCIDAUE APPLIANCES FOR MEN ANO WOMENOF
Hamilton Federal Electric Corporation, Suite $02, Cape Royal Building, MIN:
Cocoa Beach, Florida 3293!. All AGES littte! Till PALATKA NEWS I

DOWN ON FNA fake IMPROVED. NATURE

I TERMS.VULCAN' TABLETS feeling for that that keeps tired you from rundown Detbrl AME Church womta this short period of time has'

FEDERAL ELECTRIC CORPORATION Imm '' enjoying 111.. are making plane for their an- shown nothing but energy.
INC. 100 Tablets $3.00,200 Tablet annual Women's Day obser Shortly after his arrival, med
Wwld.Wide Service Auoclole ; vance. Sunday. October n Rev.
|TTi the local sororities.was
,. 13.00.. $1.00 deposit oa COD'S. .
A Mom for Progress Equal Opportunity Employer(ff/Q() TEL. 168-3419SOUHPfl'SIDE EMPIRE PRODUCTS &SALES> F.R. Satchell. ,pastor. laving a celebratloo. One of
Officers for the event aret. :our very respected teachers
DepU FS, 5937 N. Broadway
Chicago Illinois 60628 Chairman, Miss TomsesiGraces ,.was heard telling another"He
r
Co-chairman, Mrs.. certainly has a new lout la the
!Louise >Seaburyi Secretary: way "be U doing things.".Site
Mrs.. Arthuree Ellis; Acting was right. Today Bethel AME
5303 Pastor, Mrs E.R. Satchel; O urcb's has
2 Ut. AIL BRICK parsonage a new
Program Committee! Mrs
FORDFINAL look Jn tact a better look awahas
BEACH BLVD. Mamie Davis; PubUc Relations, It bad In thirty-two years.
TOWN HOUSES Mrs D.V. Nor r Is;Decorations.: The Putnam County Minister-'
Mrs. CD. Long; Patrons and turn has a new look, with tilt
Range & iffij Ads, Mrs.T.J.Wines.;Courtesy. election of: the Rnrendlloba
Mrs )(. Cm and Mrs Alone Pelham, as
president James
Refrigerator D Miss Addle Bleed, 196T C. Hurts Tags, Mrs BlondeU Oliver, vice president (Negro);
\ graduate of: Northwestern High Muldrow; Music, Mrs. Blanch: Weldon Cone, secretary, and
School, will appear on the program *, Peacock Finance: Mrs. Mollie ,Frank Satchel treasurer
liLY Mil!
HH sponsoring the appearance '- Daty and Youth Department, (Negro). We can all be proud
of "The Horse Man", Mrs Hannah C. Greene. S of Rev. Satchell
IR "SIEIT" PLAN Cliff Noble, at the Coliseum The day will begin with Sunday
Sunday night. Addle Is knownIn School at 30am..The morning
Sales RepresMfttifft
FHAVULCAN the world of entertainment worship service begins at 11:00
68 CLEARANCE u "Little Tlna".She has signed a.ra., tile evening worship at
INC. a four-year contract with Noble' 7:00 pa.
I and Compaay. Tina has Participants for each of the
II 7N3 lEI appeared with many artists services will be released within
RRICRT IR
I NEW CARS DEMOS EXECS&BRASSHATSLARCESTSELECTIONINFLA. ,Her record "Over My Dead a few days. Other activities
7683479. Body", will be released coon.Iwt. leading to this day will be
announced later
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Palatkans of all races and
faiths can be proud that Rev.
Frank Satchel Is a pastor and
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COST :1 4 The appointment of Woodrow
Y Page as a Sales Representative
31EIIIIMN for famous laver House scotch

00f= HOMLAY whisky has been announced by
M ON Ot 8 William Sederbaum, general
N&, erna+ manager of Fulton Distributing
oft pwN n SALES OFFICE Co.of Jacksonville. .
Just DIVISION. SOth ST. sEP.GRAND Bora la Baldwin, Fta. Page
has been a resident of: Jacksonville -
PARKs for 22 year where be
attended Matthew W. Gilbert
cttisea of Pabtka. He taste* School
and graduated from
'\, here less than a year, and InN Stanton
High School la 1949.
\ He Is a veteran of: the Korean
a VETERANS !, ircrtsN..1St'Proceues.s2.50 War and also pursuedabuftntss
course at. Walker Business
MovvinforMlitttoat.: OGOW College.

: The appointment of: Page who
, 1 1 Ne Is active la civic, religious and
JicktMiild community eadeavors, Is in

OPEN EVENINGS TIL 9P.M. BARBER COtU6EINC.. Distributing good uep1nc.U anrsulton,

OPEN I to provide higher level Jobs to
131, lifis StJ.) 355-M74 members of the black COB-

f inn Rirhrln munlty.FURR.'. -
FORD
L SOUTHSIDE :3 A 4 bedraom plant with I, 1 Vas,l APTS.FIR HIT
A NEW; CLASS STARTS
2 both and garage Thomas St. 2960. S nice'r....
, Modem tcho*!*. churches and a coon EACH MONDAY Pity bath. Adults 0 child).

SMITH'S LARGEST AUTO SUPERMARKET 5303 BEACH BLVD. plate ship LNCeftiiTATES $11.00 wk. Cann. to ban.Goadwto .
LI st. 551. S nice rms.Prlv. .
:1 I MILL II', bath. Adults (I chlldX
: 7130 RICHARDSON ROAD PHONE: 765-1685 $16.00 wk. Elec. water turn.

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