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Material Information

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
October 12, 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:
UF00028362:00786

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:
October 12, 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:
UF00028362:00786

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news


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SAIGON Oi Amy- Aero Flood major] ;

,POLK COUNTY MUST after SO years of .service aa.Bounced -'
recently that the United.
States Army promote racism
r and that It does not give justice
, and airplay to Its black person

INTEGRATE: SCHOOLS .III That man to Major Lav tilMirrltt
of Chicago la a press
review recently Major Me:riff

.,. pointed oqt through aa tight-
*** ** *** Ii legs resume that other Negro
officers to the military should

Grissett lusts U.S. Jurist Seeks Leader Scores R tr Department set through lbs aad program realist of that ten

they art being desledopportunities.

loirel's Action 0p'oseRts .Ftr, I
Ht has vgtd them t3 "begin
Complete OutlineOf acting list met"Major I

l Oi: liteejritioi Merger IsetersTALLAHAIDZEFlorida scarcely Mi.-rltt'nor tbaak'meat blast CUM-

| > : .p after the promt/Jon of Brlga
Seven grade student H School SystemTAMPA AIM1 aewly-cboseaprtsl4At. deer General Frtdi.-le Ellis ,:
with DIe support of tbtlr tad Dr. Benjamin Perry, Jr to Dtvlson. General vleoespoke '
parents, local minister neither for the phasing oufter cf tbt progress mad by t tbt
chic Waters, b.ld out with a Polk County,:to which 1'1111P1111oeatt4, must, by the merging of FAUD wift'any Department of tte ytowardmlettegprelndiee
boycott *plAIt using the December 10, present a pUa: for desegregation, ordered Judge other Institutions. ,Dr Pvf'l..ltroa&1 above art npntMiauvw a DM gooawui mpust Ck reht* tbroagaoat Florida as they .
Boylat'RaVtB aaoet tO the, Joseph Lltbe. Tuetdar. "tench the "Wall of faith- at the new Florida Memorial College, now la Miami after U year
FAMO
II favor of a
Tlatthew Gilbert JuniorSeniorHigh The United States District ftgges'td' tbt merging of sots. that win eootiaut to rate high' U St. Aagostiat. Rev. ..E. films U at the far right His son, Christopher Edward stands fir, The major poto'-tdtoth*Negro
Mat Miss Alfred U a freshman and a member of ft. oba'. First Cbarch Fort officer u accomodation--
School,will file Intobetter a bearing for January schools Be orgtd assigning Institutions of leaning. Cray Baptist '
among 1st". lit pointed out that there
classrooms aodt.s Myers. Ronald VhlUburst, second from right, attends the Bethel Commauuty Baptist. Chutb
Monday officials
qmrters county school of papUs M the bolt of pogratcal alluded to dlscassian over tat art few exceptions and averred
la tbt pbtsd-od Anal Beamu for the bearing of a eompUlBt aonea.Tht .. year concerning the sefuJ eMof o SU Petersburg., that thou wbo wt the ttocto
Elementary School. by parents of a Negro youth .ttve-page order Us' dig tbt school which,prtdaaltoa Tom approach knot who they
The cboot board alter contiderattt a pUiatlfi to a'tlvtytaroldwatt. rwcted tbt eteadaaU to report,
:: ; .beatlBg H t\ti tar., .- -- > -.;"- a the ttod. tosaotect, .'. p1;\\'eir' tQ.J..ILIIl.hrst an J ioridorlltt'ttitswe4 t'
bosh, M changed Us voting Judgt Ueb baa ordered tte school aid the umber of per- nlvtrslty; "' 4" : Coalition Indicates- made after his checking with tht
tompltiloa>> Tuesday that officials "to ftrmilalt aDd, ....ttachlag positions..1bt Dr."'JVry sail> felt tailu ; offlct .of ...JudrrAdveeatt
s jfflcltot. r pori wu HTM to adopt a comprehenslTt pIn report mist 'ala,.slow tnt long u tbt school products,1*" .)t ... G .rat. Bt II a number ofII
the transler of tbt student from which shall den with the case of criteria ased la ppll place- u it has don over the year,' Military Aislstasct
the antiquated,dilapidated seta school tacUltles at all grade meat maps of tbt areas served tht Board of Regtat willn'spports 'Of WkltoOwitrST. 'Candidate Reactions Command of the Vietnam area
called Boylan-Bavea annex. levels and with the assignment by the schools, bus route., and listontlasinct. and has to fewltatrttaiagSou
Two numbers of the board of stwfcnts to those facilities tbt number race and grade of He feels that FAVO can, and PETERSBURG The VietaamtM officers.
rteoasldtrtd their earlier tOecuatt I summer riots to St Peiersburg CAST, lad.-Negro leader refuted, after b.teddsmte: here,
to a school.
la such a way U teacher each
should remain assparatehigher The major alluded to the Oacle
destruction to the to endorse of the three
brought aay major presidential candidates
opinions. Is* Brent superteleaitnt -' a transltioo to a raciallyacadiseriataatoty The suit was filed ta It" educational Id sUoa Ton tactics of those Negroes
of w. ols,.wu then school tor Lea Bradley, Jr. & to felt that some support business and of a caved white radio him repairman to lbs National Committee or committee's taUart to endorsea who get high ratings. Bt Identified
abU to authorise Uat'It" atth system. This U oat of the strongest toward contlauaact was Indicated : Inquiry, which Includes itch candidate did lOt mean that .Waist. at a career'oClcer
* several day by aa.ataitDtllArrcv1arclusroolU. comtrrtlfio clUJ atw b1l d. of segregation within! Ml.tll for the budget of the rather suffer King. Jr, Rev. Ralph David oa dentine day. a private and wuaeommisfioato
Ings atU a plaa U presentedto the area. Tht directive against scbool for the period of 1919to However, sympathetic Aberoatby, Representative Instead they BT ted the nation'* the Officers Candidate
.City CouocU President ...E.Grl.uttt him and be is convinced of construction is a strong rebuttal 1971. This 1* aa laertast Negroes, at the argence of Rtv J. Convert, Jr, D-Ulch.) dad U million eligible Black voter* school of 1191.
spoke cf tbt school sincerity on the part of the against sib tit moves of se- over tilt budget of lam previous Joseph, Anderson,committee banded together of Mayor Richard G. Hatcher. to male up their own mind Major Mtrrltt aid !be had
law as "Just another attemptby His aatborltatloo : and, u a Gary, announced Us decision
defendant grejiUonlsts the hardhtadedaras. period. about which candidate to rapport checked with the Judge: Advocate
tile school board to maintain will be mandatory. The Jurist Dr. Perry indicated paths one, set about rebulldJ: tilt at a press conference. and to tart out to record General' office: the central
ft. Pete Radiator Service. .
egregatlon ta the public 1C 1tl11..aa" About 100 commute .18. number November 8.
for tbt school, "Oat oa
road Maya Soma Williams and legal branch of the Army, and
The official pointed Fl*. NAACP Assial Ceavtstles !bt said, "leads to merging Councilman Martto Mar berg held a five-hour debate The comatttM was formed wa* (old that be would !>twiato
City behind closed doors
out thai tbt school board bisdetermlnti.'y Sunday
to Washington last June to as
has been aad still te being top his right U bt chose to make
opposed complete proposed by a prominent legislator. ray Jr.. were among before reaching a decision. ass 'ttao Presidential candidates and
Will Stress Vetlal Aid Giilteu officials and eltlieas who "It Is considered P'tJJcII feelings opinions.
lbs of our Judgment
desegregation by use Another road leads to for Black voter. The Major Mtirltt said th*
for th.1rlDt.rut. "
various' s-jbterfugts. Crlstttt ST PETERSBURG Florida KAACP President, Ie,. Joel tbt loss of Identity of lbs institution praised the Negroes a statement said!, "that group included aboit 1,030 mOltary rvlcts art tht
A* a proof sincerity. cannot tell Black
farther "It to tim tat w* people
said, this. E. Atkins tad Field Director, Marvin) via aaaoooctd: today for w* well know that, Mayor Williams, at a recent to support candidates who art prominent Negroes cI tooth strongest from the standpoint j
tjchod board rtcognlst that the them of tht S9o Annual Coa'sdlaa of the NAACP tile "power ltnCtc't" mean t eeremosy. presented Rev. parties. racism. lit a.bthtt"token"proaAlooa I
tad ..ore forward 10 o.pll' Elite Conference of Branches 1* 'EUmlnatiag' Ghetto LtvlagThrough merging and not a nwger," also with all actively competing with oat have made black I
Anderson a barber *
vita federal court orders." another to gala ncport fromthose ** *
Last week WbiD atl QtI d Vote Power". Tht Cooventiaa will be held at tbt Holiday lbs leader spoke to order to a sealed proclamation citing groups mjt. opposed to officer '"pawn*. B* further
and bn to Winter Seven Fla.. October.M-2& stop ramous that the school tilt worker for "their contribution tbtacpliratlta of Black aid tat be beUevts: that at
strong parental backing ae,. J.C. Seas, president, and might! be Spoikir least t3 cat c/'bt Negro'
"with the support"- la youfh college programs: absorbed into Florida to a better tamed.M people." per
many KaUonal BapUst State CooveaUon annual RvUtdgtR. State soldiers do DOt believe they
The second Calvtrslly, also to .
The statemeat continued
t h
coma salty, Including Rv ; Sheriff Loclous D. Amersoa
W.D. Young of Talatuacl.B of America p..I tDt.Procruslfl Pearson,.Sr. Award, presented TaUahasstt. Mathematically, the Job which "Uoforteaattly. the major of Mum County. AlL, will be are receiving equal treatnuat.
State Coa- "1&the foxholes aad the bunker
Baptist *
Floridian
to the Nero would !have cost Barton 17,000
t1It refused to Presidential candidates have
; Church seethe the at dinner Monday
speaker a
venue and pastor of the Second made the there to no racism. ," concludedthe
old building ,rintendent who shill hue highest ,rtally was boiled dowato. become Increasingly
responsive
evening October 11 ndtr tilt
tea: Brut reminded them that Baptist Couch, Jacksgnvllle, achlevemeat darlag tea KENTUCKY MAYORpamClPALTWTMA $1,900. The work was done bya to racism, reaction and sponsorship, of tht ,Women of major, "bat tea minute they
will be tbt speaker out- keynote ta step
remaining from sbool was aa preceding year or year any Ntgrocoatraetor, Carl to all those group to the
infringement of the taw and for tht Thursday analog public honorable Held of human endeavor J'r1Dctlriea and coworkera. population beset by overriding r
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warned parents that their mass meeting. win be presented to A bit humor was attached to fear of Black people. U.S. Silrois
sivport mlgM lead tor epercuscuns. Rev, A.M. Scott,state Church- Attorney Earl M Johnson lilt the serious aspect of the deistrnctioa Batcher and Cooytr said the I .
Bowever, the students work chairman of Tampa,win first Negro City Commissioner .; Barroa found a note
continued attendance at Tabernacle open oa Thursday afternoon the to be elected to u at-large on the back wall of his shop, Foner College i
BapUst where classes Twelfth Annual Ctarebwork election to tbt history of Jack which note read: "Jot, 14JDt.wut Curt Rebukes I
were held. The Council unah Meeting with tile si -theme, sonville. Mrs. Sallye B.Mathis, you to have because you HtitaM Gels
"The Church's Role in MeetIng also of the first Megro. 1Kb '
to get over tbt hasp, oat ta best whit au on
the Economic sad Political Fly RiflifftrsGAINESVILLE
J1 City Coucllmaaof JacksoBvlIlt c three
was tied 3-S. Tbs Council even
agreed with Mayor IIa.DITuller' feeds of Gbetto Residents-. and first hooo arsctplsd of lbs IgnatuTt wa*that of Rtv. Top 6JEO Positio.J&cksunv1Us's .
Atkins State Cot'er.ece : -The United
cttegorlslag the Rev the Pearson Award will make Anderson's tiw-reu.ok4 son,'
President, will preside over the presentaUoo: of the award WUllasa.Barroa. GJEO has a new State Supreme Court relied
school' condition
able/ as "deplor- the first business ...11oa. on Saturday at I p.m.Clanae said that,after readJ: personnel detector Tuesday to bear appeal ofMr
Friday morning Mitchell, aattoaal tat note, bt made ap>>lets mind Alta Weadtll Tales was *. Carol Thom s, M, and
..Mrs.: Eddie M.Steward chair Mr. Robert Older prtsktoatof director, Washington Bvtaa.{ to nails lithe. neighborhood.Tt Maid to tbt office Wednesday, halt Let (.Jack)) Dawso oncoattmpt
ado of the Steering Committee lilt Tampa NAACP Branch, NAACP WajMngton; D.C. wlli 'actiot of tbt committee October 9, by Mrs. Martha of court jailThomas'
of the disserting parents',* said win preside oa Friday over be key speaker at tat Freedom ta farther proof of tilt desired McKay, acting director. Yates, sentences. :
"It's beta a bard apt. Kral a panel of caper a concerning: Award Dinner. Mrs. William tbt. neighborhood to hams a former posts, war acclaim Mrs. to awtlteclvlj"rights ,
Steward was greatly red "Eliminating Ghetto Living Morrl. aatlonal boaslac'( bin remain.ft abed 10 year ago for role to worker. .
spoaslbU for the establishing Through tat Office Economic director. NAACP Ntw Tort, tilt OaUed States maa-la-spact GatotsTillt police will revoke
of a school atmospbtrt at OpportomUy Programs". W.Y. win be a guest aadCoa- *, l.ktitNDfrtts testing program. tbt $1,000 ball on each of tea
'Tabernacle Baptist Chard and A workshop tattdtd "Educa ulta4t at tat Cooveatioa Tit* will replace Peyton rL."t two and issue arrest warrants
received strong *; port from ting 'Ghetto Residents for Other topic for dtecMslo Vtttaf, Watsoa, reslgaed. tbt ML lion AME Church,.... u MOB u written word to
tilt pastor Ret, Toeng.OM Effective Oat of tilt Tote" wlfl sod workshop inctode: School Principal U. rW.u of the Bt Uve* at M7t W. Tlrginla I Iud Charles E. Totton pastor Tat received from. the High Court.At .
of UaeC'ournSIGba., be led oa Friday moralag byDr totegratioa, satsooposedeaa.dUdlon Ralph Bunch School of Glasgow : 1 Pw' 1* a Jaalor.at Edward dinner win be held at the Heart last report, Dawkias wa*
who changed from red atgattrt, ; Ton D. Miser State Political tmployment,wtlfart. I,., to air first Negro Numprer Water College, where at' totadytoff of ,JaekMavlUt Motel Sheriff missing from the ar...Rumor
'discounted".the dispute by Action Chairman.Rev. Jab tralnteg pain brutality bead of a dry te the state aad. Most Htcmt& will vote far at light far a degree Amtrscn to tbt only Negro bad tt that bt feared far*!*
'saylsg. haft maay T.A. Vright.Statestcaoc' and law and jut1ct. 'this establishes another BtrtH.mpartyforPrtsideatof ta social acleact win a mlaor, cbtrifl> to America aad formerly saJety. At the last taut hear-
problems moft"pressing io tat Tic*.president ofjCsLtotcvillt lbs Conveationls expected: to "first" ta tMaatSca..4 ProfaaorTwymaa tat Ottted State. ta psychology. Be wa* at ear served u military Instructor tog Dawkto wa* not present.Dawklaa. .
comnrnity at large." Stoke' and developer of a 100att draw nor this IM delegate recently A iMtrcnolitaa Florida dally.ta Urn aa tmployet: at tile Jack- to tbt 12nd Alrborat Division. Mrs: Thomas and
I I claimed that at was aot ten tllD-J Rest S pleauiX1oF and participant from tbt U by tbt.Ctty Council to ftoi** a poll, reveals that M per ...me Kara Air Stattoa. .;.sal to a graduate of two many other*, ban beta ta cad.
Informed of the Monday mettiAC'.r1 low-lacami familte\ wtU state branches sod will gear th* term Mayor Leastnbtrry. etat of lbs Ktffrot Tottag ta According to. Mr* McKay. civil lid criminal Ivuti.lien .' oat of Jail to Akchaa Conarybecaatt
enough for site duce: moderate a panel oa rrU..y'null' a program for getting oat fat Thttdncatortocot pitlag taw. Movember aUcttoa wlUeaat Yalta first Job win be thtreorgaalsaUoa seaonUtaWaiblagtoaaad of firebombiag. .
Wens was repairing a cask tatttltd "Hosslsg tote, dtteatiag tilt proposed lets ciitt ten, ta this tow their ballot far Btbtrtrey of tbt penal anticipate rtctlvlag his window bmaktof dad tbt Ukt.Mr .' }
register and was sat able to Developmeat- lid GhttttElimination" state eonstttmion tmploymenfof 'of *omt 11,000. as ta* first .... ,accortftof toprtstatIT elites, laclidiag record- mate degree ta nltctronk* Thomas spat some Uattta
,aIt884. Ifogn highway patrolmta, and only lUgr .Councilmaa.Kagrot .YTC. keeping, form mad filing. J.C. trots THktft Bt ta u Eta. tbt local Jail btcaast of a'
Those who backed Brant's fie Tbt Tetfk ngbt pobllc mas Itegroes serring oa the state eonstitate about tight ka.lddListen 11. Meta XMfaa cal Wtittam T. Masoa sad a Mason lima toformaUan charge of ,"disturbing the .J
commendation are Dr. Wlleox, meeting M Friday win be keynoted and tasty welters board, sad per seat of tl* Bopntatioa.Cotafllmea received W per celt of a.. toductrialrtlailoMaBdperaaBai may bt smeared from ptacf At to tht. wife of a
Charles Bassetl.' Mantises. by Mr. KtsMB Brow*. egret* serving oa conry joytataissteis. art elected by ..e Tote aid M per ctotnfa maaager rtaysiUtely.wia ta* cbvch, SU East Beaver. coaegj arotessor. w '+ J
Baker and Ned Searc1.I mOonal aaaocmte director far voter )USa. offer uada"ice. ,
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Published by the Florida Star Publishing Company ADOLF
GEORGE .
HITLER WALLACE BY WHITNBT M. YOUNG,.JR:

MEMBER
'C.

AIM FOR BLACK AND WHITE ALLIES

;-, SEGREGATION

NEGRO PINATIONAL H TODAY One of the reasons black are questioning the sincerity
a \ TOMORROW.y d their liberal friends U Refusal of many' liberals to place
dtksbt Ckmanatthetop>> of their list of priorities.
] AND FOREVER tilt problems
Black people are busy trying to setTles in aa Increasingly

EIIC .. SltfmiLJmfilllG EIITIIIIUA !; Ji hostile-soclsty. They are concerned with the basic god Issues

NEOROES11 : 0! leading: their kids and finding

IITER..CIICIUTIIN MANACEI decent homes and Jobs.
But the minds of wiite/ liberals

INFERIOR and radicals are occupied with
2323 MMCIIEF IOAI *
other things Vietnam, changing
OUL

PURE 354.1112 IIIUM AIIIESS ANODE LLACf.A'HrrLER"ARK .! and protecting university their administrations own rested,

SEGREGATED WORo'HYfi interests.
HY .ow We see this attitude am sag
,... III 511 lACKSIimiLE, FLIIIIA ""'"' AMCRICANS-THIS STRATEGY frustrated liberals who say they

ORGANIZED HATIVFLEFT: wiU sit out this electlon-oo
32211 UNANSWERED UNCHECKED} compromises' for them. They
CAN AMERICA DtS- say they want to spend the next

5111 MIAMI IFFICE 5111 N.I.1th A1E. tour years reorganising the
ASTER.: PWnetutY Democratic Party and they won't sully themstlm by rating

for any of the major candidates.
PIl1 151.3111SUBSCRIPTIONSAT } ,1. \ But black voters can't afford to be .high-minded! For us,.
life of death. We're got to lire
could mean
the next four years
\ -//V/ vIew Of THE CHALLENGE OF GEORGE WALLACE
$; \\ In rotting ghettos and we hare to send our kids to schools that
AND THE RADICAL RIGHT NEGROES CAN ILL AFFORDTO
One Year, $12.00 -'JIfnttiS7.00; don't teach our kids. We cant throw away our hard-woo political
SIT OUT THIS YEAR PRESIDENTIAL AND
Mailed to You Anywheci the United States CONGRESSIONAL ELECTIONS rights by not voting especially In such a crucial UOII year.
in Mew York is another
decentralisation fight
Subscription payable in Advance ( THE SUPPORT HE HAS MUSTERED THROUGHOUT AMfRKA The school out on the black
example ? the many white people ran
o way
Send Check or Money Order Co: BODES ILL FOR THe NEro OP POOR NCtJROU FOR commialty vies they thought their own Interests were Inrolrei

FLORIDA STAR P.O. BOX 599 O E IMPROVED EMPLOYMENT' HOUSING AND fDUCATfOHAL For years DIe,'... been giving lip service to how bad tbe schools\
/ OPPORTUNITIE
JACKSONVILLE. FLAI.IDA 12201 RovWKAnws rwurr ...... are, but when the Ocean Hffl-Brcwnsrllle School District representing
black and Puerto Rican parents got Into a hassle with the
teacher's union about the transfer of a handful ot teachers who

YOUR ANSWER.... weren't sympathetic to community control,maay white people %
their own sympathies with unionism ahead of the needs of black
COALITION AGAINST FORTAS kids and the black commmlty.Cempui .
WAS DANGEROUS rebels offer yet another example dtberaiters o! wMte

Numerous articles abou_the confirmation of Justice radicals to commaiicate with black people.They are quite willing
Abe Fortas u Chief Justice A the United States Supreme to use Issues of importance to the black commmlty am erg the
Court suggest that the details need not be described issues around which they organise demonstrations and protests,
ibbRWeEkIy but that's primarily to attract black students to their banter.

again.We think that the Justice did not deserve what happened When the cards are really put on the table the life aDd death
issues of importance to black people take their place behind
to him. It seemed that pornography was the big ;
issue, and yet It may have been hiding some subtle Vietnam the CIA, or other concerns
grievances against the Supreme Court Itself. Should the : t ; "t Black students hare shown a discipline and a maturity far
GUIDE"1y
court and Juries where pornography cases appears be HOROSCOPE exceeding that of white student rebels Last Spring daring; the
decided by juries in the respective communities? Columbia VIIJ..ralty"r.baWOII", blat students had to organist:
a separate demonstration of their own protest the anirersity's
However
we are more concerned about the work of
callous attitude toward its Harlem because the wtate
the Senate's neighbors,
coalition of conservative Southern Democrats
: PAIIO The ASTROLOGER rebels were too occupied with Issues of the war or the 4rprol.llloa&1I. .
and
Republicans to turn back the efforts of the ,' ,:
Johnson's White sociologists, etc., are so hung up with the
administration to break the filibuster. There
-\i: supposed pathologies: of the ghetto that they spend their time
,wu nothing left for Mr Johnaon but to admit defeat. '
after research con'racts to down the
running run Negro family
Again we say what we implied earlier that the Senate WHICH A .YOUR ,LUCKY DAYS instead c* studying< the real sickness of AaLa-f'aea.
filibuster wu not so much over Forth as a
personas
Blak people mistrust the dJettantlsm o! many of their white
over the trend that the decisions of the Supreme Court' / FOR friends. They talk welt, exhibit the right concerns but whea the
have taken
within the last
decade.
real crusa! comes, they are nowhere to be seen. Turn wise
Let the enemies listen to this: the Founding Father' blacks organise themselves to deal with the aria of vital

never envisioned or intended, in their concept of governmental BUSINESS LOVE cancers. these wilts "allies' complain that they're been left oat.
checks and balances, a Judiciary branch would TRAVEL Black people don't want to be forced into the back of the bus

be intlmidaied. and Bullied! by .Co greu,1nto.submissiveness. -. anymore-4en If the bill is driven by their friends. We need
.
*.** '- .. I, ; '' ''' \ ._ nit K.: ...alL _..._ :t..,.. 'p'..... .. t.. allies desperately, but they're got to enlist for the duration, sit
*lf' .. .
hear .
_.. 't'
7Cow.. Jr..Judicary'$ be'shackled ,, .
by'the '. .f4't ... t L'Q "T"t ...... .ru off every time another issue tickles their Curing the
political winds ot eongren,' that '"victory" could be a1 ti' .t ''I' '" I .: ) sickness
disastrous defeat for our American democracy in addition \ CAP IIC/IN full-time oo, and there U no time for side sbovt.s
to the personal tragedy for Justice Abe Fortas. Think .l 1\ClI.
on this seriously. Ilst M\C'tt\ ton Nc.22il .
22ii HIT 22if '
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JAN
lilt
Of .;, Pull the strings The com.mauds The Seithtmr
SCHOOL DESEGREGATION WHAT NEXT seem to be yours tojive Keep loprorlstsg.f : is Figure it out. Most of u go
then you carry on dally questioning u..a.. & through life without the least NEGRO PRESS BCTERXATKMttL
Drew Pearson recently caUed'the public's attention actirttiea, la key associations, queries posed by others d> notion u to what tt is all aboll.
.to the efforts of some Congressmen to sabotage desegregation and U the managenwtt of the keep your mind darting Perhaps this is one way of The old moribund,, decrepit but still spiteful ghost of Jim Crow

progress in the South. personal or )oLD:: economy... B one subject to another Just. remaining happy, but it is not still \\f raising its ghastly features in the color-Dnrdesed South.
In Mississippi, Jamie Whitten a representative from may be u U you are holding tog to find logical .. be eondacire t to .. .... Leery southern state, la one way or another 1s"trying to playeduutioul
Charleston led a fight in the U. S. House to cut off funds the guide lines, and all the b some instances, tt may Those who do question and seek poker with a down card that cannot win. Some statsi

for enforcing the Civil Rights Acta regard to schools. other people tnrolred are going necessary to do sometimes become ova any are, by legal force and by little rjhllosnpMrlng. trying to get oa
His amendment was quickly rejected in the Senate but according to the way you manipulate runalng: around Jut to I b' troubled than they were when the bandwagon of 1m play education without the dual system.
behind closed doors, conferees settled their differencesby them. But there are the pieces required to &! they started. Be comforted by Three counties in the state ot Floria were listed for discontinuance
looking with favor upon the House view. certain limitations which mic a true pictured whaterer the knowledge.that the world'sforemast of federal funds on September IS, because they refused
.If passed, this amendment' would have permitted be takes into account, and tt in question. Those oa top philosophers hare to abide by the law or even attempt to get something done. They
school districts to resegregate U they wished. The effect could be risky to try and go not' be easily satisfied or long before u asxed the same ar Baker, Lafayette and Taylor,
upon Negro children could have forced them to bring beyond them. Ser rke and financial off taxing yoi ingenuity kla questions and hare more or less Duval County, Jacksonville's county,is operating under federal
lawsuits, against school districts. One writer said that interests are closely linked power* of concentratioa to tailed to. come up wtth satisactory court order to desegregate. Its officials hare been obliged to
the situation would be tantamount to "abolishing the and one without the other may -*. Take up any .- answers fdil they hare. prize the recommendations of the Miami Desegregating Center.As .
police forces and leaving it up to the crime victim to be like a boiler rAN ream c1o.' offered. m 'pared the way for a moe pro- yet, however, no ltroq'UDOllDCmeallU"bttil by Its
sue the criminal" I 10 -tt.4t.l71 1. 23. 11. .SI. Mb .loud uirierstimtlag aDd hope educational hierarchy.

So much wasted time and energy has been wasted by <:j for tilEs enllghtenmiat! that Fire ot the state's 17 counties hare accepted federal school
some Southern politicians devising ways and means to TARS wOl set our aearts.and minds standards.: Sixteen are operating under pUns requested by
:evade! the laws of the land. Not only this, but much of nu'jiit22ti at rest courts. Forty-six hare voluntary puns, with S4 of them baring
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the taxpayer's money that is being wasted on a seemingly I N IS .,.U II. |0| plans under review b each case, U compliance is aot satisfactory
lost cause. KIT 2MI UK. lltb these already harassed counties face the loss of

*' Think how much progress could be made in the The pressure crt<l. The I'. up to ,CMt. I'. "r" .' enormous monies. However, Florida is not the worst
South if this kind of effort to destroy'became energy to story is repeated perhaps a that act ereryone has the IH1IIISMM Georgia has lost funds for counties, with more scheduled to

build and construct. Everybody can learn to live with little mere forcibly during this. of making and losing III. lose. Thirty-one Mississippi counties hare already lost, with
desegregation if he would try just a little. ejaarter. k's lOt that tf s so with the simt abaMa. eight more oa the roll. Statistics show that 11 per cent of the
easy to root out the Mimitlmuar among the few who hare .1M1 UI. im Negro students In Florida are in mixed schools. Texas show
other MM..pp."I.1eDiDtlWItILLI distinction Leo are likely Keep exploring It wouldn't Z6.1 per cent; Virginia to.4 per cent; Alabama, 9.4 per cent;;
UPI Expert Toe; but the desire or play: a preponderant( role. really be fan If we struck tt South Carolina; 14 per cent; Louisiana 1.7 per cent;; and
aeeesslty to do so greater thaaem. there appears to be *. rich at the flydWiedthepkk. Georgia '.S per cent.Mississippi .
BrLON1..UW2 Take a CIt from a emphasis on finances; Mf B U only by dint of streams :still* figuratively out of the Bhlon .has. a puny
JupUer-Weptaae aspect aid tt on the stars for placing effort lid numerous setbacks percentage of St. Encouraging is tilt news that II of the
DALLAS, Tex. (NPQ -The chief reason for bad kids and permit your emotions to show there. B looks as U ''' 171'r't..s that we lean how to appreciate Sunshine State's counties win get straight.
hoodlumited. adolescents are delinquent and MgUgeat parents the way This may also counter. is leading to a grand and the blessings that finally come What does this mean? B simply implies that white educators,
according to the statements of a panel d college sociologists act the rather depressing 1a- fitable climax for some ., to""us. This truth may come and possibly a few of the Negro "Dncle Toms cant get tt
recently. The panel was selected at random from Tubas high tl sites that can affect one ones But doll expect of home to roost for many who into their heads that "separab-bd-egial" never did exist. B
educational t" ftit Answers to may of the 'aestions centered around racial Artists may also hare Those who doat provide and worrying, but who hare afraid of their Jobs white teachers pretend to be afraid of
lines. And their deda; ians and answers were not at all debatable. the good fortune of running for the future may find .! sorer gives up the search for entering mixed schoolrooms, white parents are still fostering. the
Negro kids they said, were the product of a race psychology smai into the Inspiration that pest pickings rare and m their life's mission. The maay: asinine rn"aThT inferiority. _
possessed by their parent "that the kids should bare the may hare best conspicuous by 1 30 14 44.- doors that hare hiss opened B Just alat that way. Times hare changed.: Equality: $infers
freedom of resort to any personal acts without consideration its _tACt. A new lid growing and the numerous friends acquired teaching within the same classroom learning in the ,earns
of its effects on a neighbor or anybody else bocaase. of the Moon lights the way to tetterTeatlcesblnu oa the way no doubt: classroom, performing in the same classroom.
parents' duial of certain rights to do: u they please.. and a mare secureway i A2M '' have contributed greatly to

Loudness and bolsterousntss ot Negro youngsters is borne of life Take the advantage derelopauat, f'1 eatioIM, Week I
out of a Negro trend to make himself conspicuous by noise while you .hare tt. SEPT..I2I. : fIaI maces This It Neere Hktery

instead of intelligence. characteristic oa the part of Negroes 3. S3 16.45.77.152 Beriew rtrise. When one A- 3.70.14.14.11.160tilt's
is general, and mull not only for the objection of his being
lilt do one thing there Is& a. October 13. 1190: Ed Bolden, one of the autiat"creW of
accepted as an equal la the American society, but nukes.. aa
Negro baseball
some thing else to take Us owner of the Philadelphia Sara died.
undesirable among other people both of other races and the
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B is that
possible some at ..
upper strata of bison race. tier list' prerious planning was Ia Nn M.im October 14, 1164: Dr. Martin Utter King, Jr, president t.
The policy of real estaters to deny housing acfonniodsHnns
somewhere. Co all Southern Christian
our e Ml. 2MI Leadership Cmfarss. SCLC awarded
to amulet with several youngsters was based oa this a:11teK: ,. There's much to be h t.htany seal with ta Kobe Pence ( ).
projects a vise prise.
ADd nth may comp'aIts gjypqf the boIaterCIIUMU. rudeness Cemlaiaas teem to* hare weeding .... Go into cIa JlI. MatvaUy, not
and hoodlum aspects ot the Anne Nero bmlly wtth kids ls reached a point .here chapter and rclag the items & everything can be foreseen It October IS, 1170: TbColotedaoepridlbiscopal -
destined to force adl"lcpmQtciWlpal1cJ.accord1lC to statements mast be closed lid a newer d. the first try; but a solid foundation
aid fa church O ME
yes doing things ). organised to Jkckaoa Teas, feme was
can be established for the
of leading teal estaters urban areas. more exciting one 1s about to grand rather than minor changed ta 1.se. "
want to Itre lied ao1se riddea .. Be, lower process of building a
They say, U you a continuaacy along by tearing Expand mental pursuits .
Just rent a downstairs apartment in one of the modern com nothing undone that is of im.pomace wick that modus med that win last October IS 1M9 The
any Wring space : then-Goreraor
be of Virgin hind. VUliasi
and prove a constant source dhepplaett
to
-a.When yon lid the family .
be deemed .
necessary so Presto liar, OA
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a prominent owner of a modern apartment complex was .w u lilt to be bothered laterThu ant to eel hampered or ... YCI e4. Little to all differences parties that to* CCirmdttCCoaAlp.L for the Third y District la app. y.
asked Were will these undesirables live to raise their tt may lilt salt your conmieace. boated la anyway.The ..
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fanUUesr: he answered with remorse, "Let them go' back to A new lid rather of remain, especUUy t.caoaeet- October 11
finances IIItrnrC
mrariably loa with aBowancea. aad. the '=: Lewis **** Regis follower of
the woods somewhere and rear their little hoodlums oa dirt mysterious abase to announced *
up sooner or later. Do budget, can he stated: a detail ttBr". killed at Barper's r.". Vs.. (**
floors so that they wont dlstrub anybody IMng below them, to start very ahortty by a erer is indicated to add West .', raid
aid the kinks tt finally \oakaac. oa the s... r1ft
but possibly the ....u. Juptter-Msptaae aextOa lid aBev income any, .... of the
augment reserves origlaal
U ironed cat to ..'. satis part WiD Bran wan Negror.'a .
Big apartment owners hare already: pat the damps oa taaulle Moon. Bertrtaatls!. em. cat back expenditures. A erery ;
with kids. Others are destined: to foU Ir. They say waeaerer aa fleymeat and. e.otlua1bUtuta inrestmeat may be .,tIt1p I jhetioa.1.4o, 1M6: Jean Jacques Dtasalaa
'apartment to noted, the costs for renoradoa U u much u may all be iarolred and taroraUy acted .. ia1id -1toIp.1I&JtL *. emperor of Lid
rpm
the original cost to construct And the kids constant Jumping lid with rather ...,..rtIda.

bouncing actuary weakens ne floor construction not .to mention October 11. 1IA: Tin ant Negro
the disturbance to other tenants. 1.50.1$ II ,. U In 5.10.113 :. $ 11: N : .. n4 tilt U.S CII DL arinp iask..4abUaud: II







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Sorority Eta Plus Phi CALENDAR EVENTS : WED'.D. ,NG.L BELLS Jacksonville legion Uiif Pul's WW ,


Glenn Harris,870JBreeRd.," Joseph Lee 4817 Booker St.,
and Elaine Eloise CUter III 37 and Gall P. Virgil, 1459 Leaders
Foiidiag Service' Chit Chat Civic Pearson tilt East MthStreet. verse begins with tilt Letter Baptist Church, 22nd and Witchea St. Heir Top
Rd. 18. Prince 25.
Begonia .
,Christmas Sisters win be "Q". Mrs Elnor Small is pre Street, with a tea. The Jacksonville Post 'lIT of tht.
: chosen. Mrs. Annie Sherman sldent.! time Is 4 to 6 p m. AU clubs Alvin C. Thompson, 3829 Old
Chl Eta PU Sorority, be, Tbt club>> will sponsor the Is Leroy Hoffman, 2718 Eventide American Legion wm med.
-: will observe and commemorate annual Musical Tea October 27 president. Mrs. Emma Melton art Invited, aa well as the .Dr., 21 and Linda Wright,lOZ IonIa St Aagastlne Rd., 11 and, Friday at I p.m. at DIe Post I
tilt team anniversary of 1U at Prince Hall, 11I1.fr.rnl' is reporter. District 15 public. Mrs. Bettys White Is St., 17.Solomon Yvonne H. Smith, 1727 Callapaa.St. Rome. Legion dignitaries will I
tontine with tilt program Sunday Street, from 4 to 6 p.nt Music president Mrs. Rosa Glbbs Is .. 11.CIu.act. DerPoltbit
October 17. at 4 ,.ILIIa will be tarnished by Mrs.Eartha Chapter 198 District No. ISwlllobservetts- reporter, Willie Odom,Cocoa, Johnson, Jr., 1334 Worming veterans
Edward Waters College, la LM Harpes Miss Althea twenty-first anniversary and Ushers Union Fla., 25 and Bobbie Ann GUyard, Brldler St., 36 and Ernestine nefits and rights.
Auditorttm'Togetnermeu' Parker and Mrs. Fannie Harp the fourteenth anniversary of 6810 Greenland Rd,; 2L Stewart. 1032 MUnor St., 33. Widows andehlldrtn of Veterans
Today-Pro- er. The Youth Choir of Mt. An members of Dells Camp Deacon M. Williams QDOctober'zo The Friendly West Side of all wars art welcome,
eress Tomorrow" will be the Ararat will sine. .flare Invited. bell Chapter 193 are called to at 3 p.m., In the main auditorium Ushers Union will have the Willie Ferrell, 2020 York St, Clarence Terrell White, 1041 alone vim members and other
theme of the local chapter, a call Pearce St., 57 and Estella M.
meetlne of Mt. Ararat Baptist
Thursday at 6 veterans. A qnestlonandtnswer -
Revival Hour at 245 Naomi Wilson
Sunday 21 and Margaret ,
,Sigma. Ladles AuxiliaryThe p.m. In Masonic Temple, 411 Church. The public is Invited. p... In Macedonia Primitive 1548 Davis St., ZOo Newton, 1431 W. 33rd St., 56. period will follow the
TIlt speaker for tilt obser- Broad street. Mrs. Ellsa Rev. D.J. Graham Is pastor. Baptist Church. Rev Galnous Monroe Adams., Jr., 1213
once win be lira. Helen S. Ladles Auxiliary No. t4of Robinson Is Worthy Matron Mrs. EnD Cam Is president Is'pastor. Mrs Mary Robinson Sammy Kaye wright, Rt. I Box Jessie St., 20 and Mary Louise may, October, SO, at
Miller, Tale University of the Brotherhood of MW Employees will be mistress of ceremonies. 258, 20 and Rosalyn T T1111 Browning 1314 Cleveland 11 a,m ,tilt veterans will worship
Nursing graduate, and winner of the.Seaboard Coast Semi Civic Cleveland Height Phillip Alback Is president. Johnson, 14)5 E. 23rd Circle,* St., 19.Raymond. with the Abyssinia Baptist
,of the Miry Mahooey award for Line Railroad will meet Friday j 18. Church. Will Morris to
B68. aa award presented by night, October 18, at I p.m The Semi Civic Social Club The Cleveland Heights Com- Jerome Lee, 1560 commander. The Booster
,the American Nar im Association. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. meats wjth Mrs.. Edith'Jones munity Club win celebrate Its HELP FIGHT CANCEtf UTTHX G t o. Riley Thomas Dawson, W. 30th St., 26 and Annet tt Club will sponsor a project
Mrs. Miller U chairmanof Hubert Starline, 1463 East 23rd. Tuesday night at 8 p.m. at 1537 first anniversary Sunday October CHECKUP AND A CHECK Ga, 38 and Lillian Brown Jones Beatrice Young,, 1139 Harrison on October 26 at tilt Home
the Department of Nursing Street.. The election of officers ,.West Seventh Street. The Bible 20, at the MonorleC 329 W.State St. 49. St. IS. Saturday.
of North Carolina College at will be held. Mrs Willie Shipp
Durham. Js presidentJerusalem
Community citations will be
presented to Mrs. WllhelmenlaRutledge
Mrs..WUle 1.. DenIs Ushers Unlike voting, or joining the newly born and bring comfort representative calls on you,

Mrs Erelyn RlUmaa and Usher Board No. 1 of tht should think hard about
''' Wendell Holmes, for their coo Greater New Jerusalem Baptist Marines, or going to school, to the aged and weary. Who you

'talent tr&MUons and la resources the areas,of to time the, Church will observe Its thirty- need imposes no age limitations. would you like to help? giving your fair share. You .. ,',
eighth anniversary WedoeudaTevening :; '
better furtherance community.of education In a October 16, at I p.m. The blows of deprivation fall on We have a size and age for can never do too much. ;
Rev. Ernest Williams of the
.A reception will follow In the Bethlehem Baptist Church will silky blonde tresses and every pocketbook. The choice ? \\t-
H. T. Tookes library. Mrs. Mrs Louise tile IJoId

Susie D. Thompson Is Basueus.Ltlsirt will speak.bt mistress of ceremonies.Shepherd ,thinning gray alike. is desperately wide. II8W city .

Rev Julius C. Fbmey Is pastor. fsyott_ .. .t'
Ladies have That is why when the "
Here in Jacksonville, we ,,
Illinois Ladies
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Will CthfcriteY0ir agencies which care for the Jacksonville United. Fund '
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The Owens Illinois Ladles Club ;
will meet Saturday at':13 p.m.la UNITEDUf
Feeliil the horns '
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Monday night, October XI, .. .. -, .. .
at the ML OUvt P r I m a- Program ......e.s.flood. t' "
tire Baptist Church, at I p.m.
Deacon George Da t" will Delta Sigma Tfaeta's Jacksonville -
'lead the devotions R.et. J.M. Alumnae Chapter will
Dlzon wQl read the iertpaa'M. sponsor the third annual Fan :
The Gospel Chorus 111 offer Mental Health Series In col
selection and sine c- uboraUon wit h the Mental
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tilt Mrs. Health Association e f Daval knows
Ultra during evening. .
Earths C. Cramp will present County with tile ope&lnc a t no legal age.
Mrs. Jesse Johnson, mlstreu the Myrtle Avenue Branch
of ceremonies. T 1& t welcome Library, at ':10 p.m. on October

address will come from Mr.. O.
Mat Marian Walker Consultant
Mrra James. The response -
will come from 1Ir..Mimle tor tilt Exceptional Children
Lee Davis Program, win lecture on 11R I
Min IVAbie Jean Woods-will "The Stressful Period Between i it
give a readme. Mrs. Maggie Calktx>jd and Adulthood,"
nk.k will sin/ sad Mrs. u.raldJM William Carter pharmacist
will discuss "What About
Johnsoa will give a
readme. Georg.Bnsbvmstng.! Drinking and Drugs". t !
DeacoaUarer 1141. Carlu The fourth session win deal 1'1 I .
will take the offering. Selee- with Sex Education. Mrs.
,hoot will be tint by the Barrls L y n n t Ganoway, Executive ..
Brothers. Mrs. Mattie 1.. Director of tile PlannedPa
King will tire remarks r a a t food Association win
Guest slabs will 'be the Semi speak on "'nit Facts of Life;
Chic and Savings Club and Sa,,Education and Mt at. 1 ,
the Nightingales Savings Club. Health."
The Su&Ucnt Saving Club will The fifth session, DIe final
.put c1ptte la the closing one, will feature a play, "The w
Day The Sky Went To School" f
Orchid Ladies All sessions win be held at
tht Myrtle Branch Library II
Tea and will bean at 7i 30 p.m. 1. .
Spoisors Big with the exception of the play. i

the Orchid Ladles Social Club This will be presented at the
win sponsor the annual tall tea Haydon Bums Library on No.vember I
16 at 7:.JO Mrs Gwen
Sunday October zo, at the Y.M. ttI
C.A., Eighth. and Calhona, at dolyn! J. Candler is chairman
4 ... of projects. All art Invited.


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More than 20 churches will participate la the Joint anniversary }' 1 The serenty-flfth annual session of the East Florida and .

services ot the Second Baptist Church,954 Kings Road, according /11 Association will convene from October 21 to October 27 la the

II to a release from tilt office: ot Mrs.Alberta Williams Doblkltt. 'I' Mil\ j t [ I ML Ararat Eutist Church Ret. Dallas Graham pastor.

?:; Tin anniversary will hooorKRet. -Baptist; Rev W.C.: : Heal, St. : \,. f-Ir. 4' f. Tat agenda has been gearedto auxiliaries of the Progressive

J.C. Sams, pastor, wlU Mary's Baptist Rer. J.M Bryant 1 I \ \ tilt needs of th church and organisation.

com the years ot cervk ot ; Bethany Baptist, Rer. L. r p :a tilt Christian. Mrs: 'B.C. Vaoght will repre-
chuck la Jacksonville and ( Convention activities will : :
the Williams and Mt. Ararat .,; J f .
win foeas attention on those Baptist, Re,. D.J. Graham. ./ .' I. begin with lilt Welcome H
fr who have served over the year A guest minister win speak .1 t program, a presentation ot tilt

1 (0>u vtll as UIOM who, u plo- Sunday moraine aDd Sandaylight. d : ctrarch. Choirs, soloists and

UBeers, art BO longer llTlnf.si : tar loas leaders will participate.

The week ot Thanksgiving The West Union Baptist .
t.ot Chrlstlaa Fellowship win Church Rer. A.J. Cummings On Wednesday morning October -

begin vita the eomlac toSecond pastor, the First New Zion 21, the convention proper ;I. ..a
Baptist oo Monday, November Baptist Church, Rev C. Brown 'will open Messengers from '
i,.4, at ':10, of the following congregations and DM Sprlnchlll Baptist \ Tarloos churches win conduct .

and their pastors: Church, Rer. Theodore Lee, the deTotlooals each day. Rev.. ,

Greater Payne Chapel AME, pastor, will be In chare ot the C.L. Culver, pastor ot the /Ii!'

Rt,. R.A. King; lit. Sisal atbr-serylce activities at 1:15.: Elisabeth BapUstCharch, win .
-Missionary, Baptist. Ret. B. The choirs, ushers and be the initial discussant ot the 'if;

,,J. Lane; St. John Missionary- officials ot each church will to __ *4J timely theme "Onward,ChristIan -' '

fc Bsptlst, Rev/A.:Nngbes.e1 with the pastor ot that church, : _-- Soldiers, In a World ot .
On Tuesday and througbouttbe u well as the congregation. Mecca Court Wo. 7 Daughters ot Sphinx, will celebrate with Matron.: : Seen above are: Back, from left: Mrs. A. Bishop, Crises. Rtf. G.A. Price,

10 week participants will be:Abys- Prior to the preaching hoar a religions service Sunday, October 20, at S p.m. at the Masonic Mrs. Ruth Clark, Mrs. E. West, Mrs. A. Anderson; Front, pastor, ot St. Matthew Baptist I

.eslnia Missionary Baptist, Ret. the theme will be discussed' Temple, 911 Jtfftrson. The Masonic Family and 'fron left, Mrs A. Alexander, Mrs. L?B. Holmes, J.H. Church, will deliver the sermon 1j,.

vtB.L. Wynn; Antloch Rock' by a member of Second friends are invited. Daughter.L.. !f. Holmes Is Worthy! Grand Holmes, Mrs. M. Johnson and Mrs. M. Biggins. for the occasion. Ret. B.H.
C Ret. J.J. Jones; Little Bap 1st. The church's combined Hartley, moderator, win be In 2 ;

at.Baptist, Rt,. W.C. Mitchell and choirs will sing. charge ot organization. REV. BJL
..Mt Calvary, Rt,. W.M. HOI.tr The celebration will close with Uiio St. JIMS Missitiiry. UNit The afternoon session will behighlighted sent*bet newty-acqalred vice

Wednesday: Emaaael Baptist.jRet. the Pastor's Night! Program. CHURCH NEWSGREATER by programs by the presidency ot tilt National

'.L. Badger Bethel Outstanding participants ,,111bi. IMeetiai (I. FtrMi.tii A Success Edacatioa aad 1I1J11oaa"BoarcSl Senior Women's Auxiliary. Ed
to Baptist! Rer. W.L. Williams,Bethlehem ,, at 2 p.m.Orthodoxy flcatlooal Rally service win

McKlsskk; St Stt.pbeosAME, Baptist Church and congregation NEW JERUSALEM: The 61st Annual Session of the Union St James Baptist Boor begins at 2.-4S: p.m. Rev. begin at 7:>0 with Ret. Price

Rer. J.8. Johnson. ; Rev E.R. Simpson, Zion Services as neon!. Usher Boards No. 2 and No. 1 will serve Missionary Association, held In the First Baptist Church otFemandlna Price, chairman ot education: presiding.
Thursday St. Matthew Rer. Sunday School begins at 9:30 with Rev. Dennis Rhodes in and Rev. A.J. Hughes, St. John
: Bop Baptist Chare and from October 9 to 13 was a success. Ret. W.C. Meal, pastor of ft.
G.A. Price; Central Baptist, congregation; aDd Rer. C.A. charge. Rev. Julius C. Finoey Is pastor Mrs. C.L Williams, president Officers for INS are: Mrs. Baptist Church chairman will ot Thomas Baptist, will preach.

Rt,. Levi Green; First Baptist, Wearer, Day Spring Baptist of the Women's Auxiliary, delivered C.L Williams, president; Mrs. the Missionary Division Other, Choirs wia>slng. John Payee,

VRv.1 C.B. Dane, aDd Saitoh Church aDd congregation. Rer. MT. SALEM: BAPTIST her annual address at AUeea Bradley, first vice president give official reports. lay minister ot Second Baptist,

Metropolltaa Baptist, Rer. A. and Mrs. Sams will to honored Sunday School begins at 9.23 with Superintendent Jack Green 4:55: p.m. First Vice President ; Mrs. N. Weaver,second members win give personal will altercate the order otservke.

l a Colt coo. at a reception. In charge. Tbt lesson win be reviewed by the pastor. The Mrs. Alien Bradley, introducedMrs. : vice president; Mr*. M.E. service reports. Period '
the
Frldayj Friendship! Baptist An art iavUed.a morning service opens at 11 I... with Deacons Freddy Neal Williams. Hamilton, recording secretary Ret.Daring E.R. Simpson Orthodoxy will speakon Small children and: the youth
In of devotions. Choir No. 1 and Usher Williams flanancial l win Saturday momIng.
and Norman Troy charge President spatefrom Mrs. Ethel Carter, : "Holiness". Rev. C. Dalley participate -
Board "0. 1 will serve. At 2 p.m services will be held tor U* the theme "Life Mission secretary; Miss Lillian Johnson Ret. L.C. Hicks of the
will be heard the subject"Adoption" )
.. women Rev. Eugene Calhoun will speak. Miss Viola Johnson In Fernandlna, Ministers, Convey corresponding secretary Ret.on G.T. McCaU Morning Star Baptist Churchof

$ For Quality Education Is sponsor. The devotionals at "6 p.m. will be conducted 'ay This concept Women and Mrs, Ella Norton promotional will untold the theme "Saacti' Palatka will speak. Ret. J.
Deacons J.F. Sims and Jack peen. The pastor..Ret. W. Rogers, Missions 3 the t .arch. A Peculiar secretary and Mrr. E. Single-, fieation." L.o.'lswUlltmuattnut..
will at both services On Monday night HI'. benny James God's Pro Tbt people will
$ In The Bold New City speak Place on tary treasurer. At 7 tbe choirs of Bethel young present
ot King-land. Ga., will give a service for Women's Day. Mrs. gram." Others are: Mrs.T.B McCaU p.m.Cbsrch South Side and skits, readings, solos, etc.

u. Vote for Katie Merrlweather is sponsor. On Tuesday night Rev. C. Dr. ali.c. Holler, pfe'sldeat mat ou' directress. ; Mr*. churches Baptist from, Jacksonville, Rev. Dalley will preach tor the

aVO.it Dr. Clarence'L McNair Robinson of Mandarin will give service for Women's Day. Mrs. of the General Missionary Baptist Alto e -10....., TICS; Mr*. will be featured la special selections ., Evangelist Board Boor at IM.Het. .
Delores Bright will serve as sponsor. The annual Women's Day Mrs. H.H. WrlghLchalmua
Convention, be., of Florida Susie Keith Red Circle, and addresses. At IM ,
ei will bt October 27. Mrs. Catherine Sampson Is reporter. wm be la The
Prcdnt Und first vice president of tilt Eula'11Iontoa"SlIIIhIat Band, p.m. Rev. David Johnson will charge convention
National Convention will dost with mass
Baptist otusa.
eC. |A. 1t>. SJ. a.A. 4O. 41 4IB). C, directress. deliver the sermon Rev. J.R.
BOO TEMPLE
FIRST
S D. K. P'. O. H. '. ... 4>A. C. Inc., held the election for Commute chairman and cochairman Porter will serve u alternate. meeting services at 2p.aiueay. -
[, a"A Sunday School will be held at 10( a m Minister M. McQueen is the women's dep.rtment.Presiding Rev. W.M. RIO,moderator
tst ._ I trlDttD4tDt. lbs morning worship begins at 11 .... with the art: Worship, Mrs. Tharsdiy's activities will be tmerttous win speak.
1 Qualified end Reliable. deaconesses la charge devotions. The Elder Rill will W. Smith.: Mrs. A.Stlrkes; devoted to the Senior aDdlulorWOCUI'
W; -to Capable pastor, Elder Finance, Mr*. OUa Caesar, Missionary Depart- The memorial service will be
deliver
t speelalnraoca. conducted: by Rev. H.T. Over
Mrs. Ethel Jenkins; Child Welfare meats Mrs. M.L. Johnson will
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it Married to Miss Janice Smith, a Teacher in Executive street, pastor ot Mt. Tabor
EMANUEL BAPTIST Closes Conference Mrs.E.Brown be la charge daring morning.

tHDeaf: Education, Two Children, Darrell end Services are as follow Tuesday,Teachers Meeting and Prayer Mrs. E4D 'Cordba; Ministers' Mrs. Carolyn Barney will preside .Baptist Church.

jtHarriet.. Meeting, with pastor Ret. S.L. Badger, aDd officers chart; WI'tll Mrs. Annie Shannon : la the afternoon. M r s.A. .
Rev W. F. Foster, presidentelder St. Stepkei'sWtnei's'Uslts
: the theme
Mrs. J. Marshall President'sCuncI RuS wlU dlscass
tOit& ;;
Wednesday, Rehearsal ot Choir No. 2, I p.m ; Thursday, of the South Jacksonville
tf Major Slot's in Air Force Reserve. Mrs. Amanda larks, for the morning session.
I ) Noonday prayer service at church, rehearsal ot Choir "0.1 at District of the A.1l!.
Church Needle wlUbe... ot particular
Mis. DameUa Kapers Friday
ti I p.m. and: meeting of Usher Board No. 1 at I p.m; Friday; win conduct tilt final quarterly ; Interest The. Laymea's

*aBto Dedicated to cause of Quality Schools.coiniittitedT.joNo assembling ot Malt Chorus, Usher: Board Mo. 2, Deaconess conference Sunday, October 10, and Art. Mrs Bessie ""ac.aaiComtlY Brotherhood and the District
Board 2 and Districts No.I and No. 10 tor to St. Mrs. Alice Williams
0. trip Mary'sBaptist
at Mt. Morlah
A.ME.Cburch far Day
Vab.rl'J IOD"UJ) their'olatanoed5555105sGW Plea
ecf. ... Mrs. Emily Adams History serye
AsectA: .t kiN
With lannSa Cub Scouts
On. :. 1..t rEor'"Ice: meeting 99 Oak Street. Rev,1.W.Jones .
Women Mr
Mr Miaait *.
W. I t., Dti; '
10.10 am.f_aitf.male chorus nbvarepat73vp; a.laDda"IIInda, .'lepu!or. Walker ind Mrs, Head Professor Matthew McCoy win
,\ mi ,, rid Klngt&Oeaa of Institute Mary
'' '' ,
04-\ .!N\t School wma.1)ouOll' Cfelti ?
t' 4 "'h\cWt\ ..1. :JQ a m George and Mrs. Mamie 'Itt v. lohstuts'that all reports -' 'will'' alternate u prul4111oa1eerl. be presented after-eervkt:
Mrs. Clara Jones
Consecration
Fields m charge; at 19.39 a.m.; Morning Worship, be made I at tilt time. And Literature Mrs.: II a.m.. with deacons la charge of de/otlonals; BTU.'5 p.m. Sunday school begins at IJO. Qnarterman: Rev L.M Jones pastor otthe Church in tilt prelude of programs
I0,1 IW Tl SO Tl TUN TI en Mr*. J. Montgomery ,
Deacon James in IS
Phillips charge Evening Worship at p.m. tht morning service at It I.m., Memorial Mrs A.M. First African Baptist Church leading to Woar,'.Day,
The morning service will be delivered by Rev. Badjer, tilt 2 p.m. the .., } ,
tG1nc service at 7 p.m. Green Con Springs will dls- October 27. Mrs Ucille Mae
Belt Director ot Choir Mrs
service by Rev. Finney and the evening sermon by Rev Wyun. The annual Women's Day will ; cans the theme Rev. Joe will preside Professor McCoyserves
LOW PRICES Choir No. S and tilt male chorus, and Usher Board No. 2 win be October 27.Rev. Susie Badger) Pianist Mrs. for severalcharchea.
Miss Calhoan of the EU John Baptist as organist
C. Watkins Scholarship
.. ". Mrs. Marina Carter and Matbew mcCoy will.bt in1 ; Instructor
music A. WUllngham; EallstmemtMr I. Church of Orange Pare will Be Is an
charge A. WlnfUld; Business and deliver tilt sermon. Rev. A.J. la the D and B School ot StAucustlnt.

'DRUG STORE NEEDS' 5n1JUKBAmn: Waterford Professional Women, Mrs. Simmon will serve as He will be supported
alternate.: "The Moderator's by choirs otthe Mt. Ararat
Madeline Slrmon Migrants,
;
The Christian EdacattooCUss Is held '' at 7:30.The ( '
Thursday,
Mrs. Hour" will blfUlbt the afternoon Baptist Church and: the r..-
To Be Honored Mrs. Justine Henderson,
public Is Invited. Sunday School begins at 9:20() with Deacon
sestloa. Rev Rev.McCalL. eel Mrs. Ednrd Day
Dalley Baptist
Trade Junious Sated la The lesson will Nevonla King; Ushers Mrs. ,
be
with charge Rev.
YdUr StoreWE previewed by
Ihl'illborlloo4 Drug Appreciation services will beheld Pearl Hudson Publicity. Mrs. and Rev Simpson,vict will be hostess and will work
WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADV.. IN YOUR LOCAL Ernest Williams. The morning. service begins at 11a.m. District tor Rev and Mrs. S. C. Gertrude (D.B.; ) Banes and moderators will be in charge. with the Hostess Club
PAPERS. Mo. 2 will serve la the \ Senior Choir Mo. 2 and U&htrBoa.r4
Wt deliver. We alto till all Doctors Prucrl UOlll. dining area. Secretary, Mrs. Leone Jm'l.6alway.Blrrlcks. Prior to the moderator's adCt.tul Oa Monday: light tilt Florida
No. 2 and the congregation will accompany Rev. Williams
.dress his Initial u Singing Conventions win meat.
to Mt Zion AME Church and will leave Bethlehem at 2.20.. The message
.moderator officers will submit Solomon Tlmmons presides
evening service begins at I p.m. Usher Board No. 2 and tilt ,
report Th* election of The convention will feature aoneeight
Senior Choir will serve all 4&,. Rev. Williams will be la
charged Plans
Dixie Pharmacy r For officer win follow tilt 1oa tr'. revival Wen-bowl
tilt services. On Monday, October !1. Usher Board No. 2 '
musician will .
message.Tbe appear.Oa
will celebrate Us
anniversary .OJlltltl.lfeclio.C&'ten ':
Stale and: National Presi Tuesday light Mrs MaggieSimms

1)12) alas It MACEDONIA BAPTIST Barracks No. 3131, dents' Hour wm be at 4 p.m. will present a program.
till MTIUE
Rev J.C. Central Oa Valerie
Veterans or.World War la.IL We&esdiy night
Choirs No. 1 aDd No. 2, aDd Usher Boards No. 1 and No. 2, 0.
President ot the MaJbory will be presented by
the Progressive
1, will hold regular meetIng
deacons, deaconesses and members will tilt .
accompany pastor
Phil 353.5537MT to tht Greater Payne AME Chorea for U after service honoring at the home 1509 Kings Baptist State Convention of the young people. Valerie is a
Florida and President ot theNational iStadeat At tU.B.Y. PaaltlsSchoal
Road.Saturday at 2 p.m. ,
tilt pastor's UDlttrl&". The aantversry begins Sunday night,
Till OBIT, IAKI AMTElEPim Sunday service at Macedonia begin with the Sunday School at Officers for 1969 will be* e- Baptist Convention ot a member ot New Bethel
America will and student at tile Gtrtte and
bring greetings a
lected. Final) preparations wUl
9.30 a.m., with Deacon John Singleton and\teachers charge.
Mrs H.B Miller crete Talent School and the
be made for the Veterans Day president
The review win be given by u appointee. The consecration
of the Senior Women's Missionary Theater Coub Mrs.
IT STilE Dramtifc
Mill Ml Celebration. Opea house will
.service begins at 10.45 with the pajtwu chart Devotions
I VII be. conducted by the deacons. Kale win be famished by be belt that day. The commander : will bring greetings as. Birdie Malbory Is her mother.
Choirs Na { and .No. 2 will serve. Choir Mo. 3 will holdlts asks that all cars be at will Mrs. L. Johnson president On ThuraaytightMrs.Eartha
'
WE barracks for decorations at ot tht State Ushers Convention McGowan win present a Tom
the
TAKE DEALS OTHERS REFUSENe regular monthly meeting after the morning worship.The followingdistricts
RET.
WATERFORDWnerforQ 'and C .". Rosa
9 Dinner will be served Scott president ot Thump "t t.Dc. Mrs.
will meet at $ p.m.j No. 1. Jake Williams, East 24th a.m.
W oiling-Credit Approved en Spot! Street; No. 2 and No. 3, Deacon and Mrs. Thomas Campbell on of the Henry Gordon throughout the day. The public the Stale Sunday School Division B Counts will be the consultant
AS LOW AS A. M. E. Church Sunday: of the SS and BTU Convention Oa Friday alght a "Night ot
1 Invited.
East Slit Street No. 8, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Adams, Sr., East *
October 20 at 11 a.m. Rev Songs" will be P r u..t..,
5195 down 22nd Street No. (, Deacon and Mrs. James Baldwin, Plateau
A Street The BTPV begins at 6.30( with Mrs.M.PoUte. directress, WUUrd V.will W.deliver Edwards the mes' liptlst CkirctmCr featuring the Gsopel Echoes.
heads tht TaelmarettesandMra.Thelma
', '67 CpADILLACSEDAN DEVILLE ...,. .. ."24595 In charge..Tbe special feature will be giveaby Josephine Holiday the sage.appreciation committee Edwards.
f.ASYO'ofO W'Noowa, and Wilbur Weston.Baptismal servke*will bt held In tilt eve sing wiii A Grist Success
T&b irKia'ovISRnvAw A featured by
: worship at 6.30.( Both; major sermons will be delivered by Rev. hewn will be

66. CADILLAC CPE. DEVILLE .32995.OMCV Burgess assisted by Rev. William Barker.Weekly activities are The coronation ot "Miss Central" on Friday night, October tilt young people on Saturday,
I VAN MH.II ANO Tea MIT WV Vlt. u follows: Tuesday 7 JO p.m., prayer meeting and Bible Study Grant' Manorial 11, climaxed a few weeks of Intensive effort by the ladles of October 24 A rummage sale

j CADILLAC SEDAN DEVILLE $1795 Wednesday, I p.m., rehearsals of Choirs No. 1 and No. 3; C.ntn11a.r1t11t! : Coons will be sponsored on October
i COMPACT CONTROL AlB CONO. MMV MAT. ILIC. WIM0OWS. TII.-eoat.ta Ihe'Misses 21 tor the benefit ot Women's4y.
Thursday, noon. Prayer Servke Missionary Society; Friday, A.M.E. New Site were -
grade student at Eugene Butler.
i 67 MERCURY COUGAR .'2185I Teachers Meeting at 7:30 and I p.m. rehearsal of Choirs No. Send Jankt Morrison, Paala .
VI 44110. MM.MDART2DR. Junior-Senior High school, was Mrs. Etta the
I and Brooks will be
Eldre Reddlag
No. 4..Mrs. Bessie Merchant Is
reporter. Blake "
crowned 1I1u Central"
Tea Succeeds amid
.$1095 Devot. guest supervisor la SundaySchool.
Beverly
MAOTO 4H.AUTOMATIC 'I"" Alt CONDITION. TABERNACLE BAPTIST Miss Dtvoe sn\leveitk the thunderous anoiause of herally Mrs. T.V. RaadaQ will

66 PONTIAC BONNEVILLE $1995. Sway School begins at ':30 with Mrs. Bessie Solomon The Pre-Wbaen's Day Tea friends, inawverjsettingot be tilt guest /speaker"forlae

uv" \p"AI' COMe. IO.b1"Lcr\o..wo.:I '" MUCH superintendent in charge. The lesson will be reviewed by Mrs. planned for the Grant Memorial flowers-and-evergreen-be- morning service; Tat yours
H.M. Lawrence, teacher. The pastor will deliver the morning A.II.E. Church on the new; ,sty Bethel, ) A.M.I. decked trellises. She Is the people will present their pro
65 RAMBLER AMERICAN .. . .
795 site
$ at Flag and Kings Road wu'a daughter ot Mrs. Ruth Dune win
.
t o.. wmr. AI* COHCMTIOH. sermon. Usher Board No. 3 will sdr e.Atall fashion review will gram at 4 p." A musical
be featured Sunday afternoon AU youth choirs will meet Wednesday success. Mrs. C. Franklin Church H.I.sWO.'S and: a taimful member Central be presented at 1 ....

66 BUICK LESABRE .$ for rehearsal at JO.. Tae teachers'! meeting will be Gorton and Mrs.SophlaS.White Sn where she gives other services Ret. iS. Johnson, who has

'. J tmllc8frrU fflU1". 1f1. MIlo Wednesday at 6:30. Prayer meeting will be at 7:30. The Deacon were in charge. More sun300. Day In tilt Centralttes" Choir, the been hospitalised has returnedhome

L 67 CHEVROLET BEL AIR .$1195rt'r.rTICo Board, tile Trustee Board and the Boards ot Deaconesses Mo. 1 OO""tra1ltcL New Bethel A.UT.Church will, church ScboGl&lldIa the Junior and is receiving ,
"I cOMDITM+Ne6 tAD O ft ....ft...IIOWII and No. 2 will hold )Joint anniversaries Sunday,November 3. TIlt The women ot the Church are be the scene of the celebration Church. She Is also a memberof
busy preparing for Women's of its annual Women's Day Sue- tilt TouUi Department and Baptist Miiiiftfs'
t 64 FORD GALAXIE 500 .. .. .. .. 2795 young people will told their anniversary Sunray, 'November 10. Day under the leadership ot '
the Order
Miss Geneva Jackson Is presidentNEW day, October 20. The church of Eastern Star
k MAOTO" AUTOMATIC TejUUMItMON. TMH M A
: JJk? J SSI4 Mrs L. A. Smith aid Mrs. Is located: at till,. and Tyler st working under Salome Chapter Plai

N': 65 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX .. ..... .. $1895 Janie Cannon Mrs. Conduce Services will be la charge ot No. 106.Beverly. .Pas.Ycat .. Naat,
p "I COM&mOMf AND AU. The eoOCMU. A.......... )lT OUYE &ArnsT: Cason will be tilt guest speaker tile ladies and of their visiting was crowned by Mrs.' The
Sunday School begins at 9.30 with the siojerlntendent, Deacon at tilt 10.-4S a.m. service Ruth Smith Baptist Ministers Wives
f' OVER 100 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM! guests. Sunday school open at and was admonished
I Wt Take Deals Where Others Refuse Cambridge, in charge. Tbe morning service begins at 11 a.m., on October 27. 90S with Mr*. F. F.Donaldson. :to wear her crown with dignity Alliance wifl bold ttsdrst meet

| Credit Approved on Spot with the deacons in charge ot devotions. Covenant meeting Dr. A. Joseph Reddlck will Sr., a* host superintendent aDd pride lid always exemplify log following ncatioa to the
ceremonies will follow. The communion will be administered speak on October 20 from the Mts,'//Uaetto Espy principal th* qualities ot aome of Mrs. Cochin 1tu W.

at 3 p.m. Re,.W.L.Glanton,pa willlptlk. Mrs. R. Lambert theme "The Badge of Decency Forest womanhood .. by youag those Mata, at : Mrs. Da
Parks Elementary Wul
Ift t -R. S. EVANS will be !in charge ot musk.GOOD ," aid at MS from the :School wllibe the ator*. whom she r s tid Johnson be hostess.
Mrs.
them "AnjweriH te.. Tnpter. -. hag speaker. She will reign ae "Her dent C. L Willmms, presi

SHEPHERD BAPTISTS ." Usher Board No. 3 and The winner of tilt Little Miss Majesty" on Sunday, October be Is aWpeesew members to

121 3rd & MAINI School begin at 9:43.: The moralng worship begins at Choir No. 2 will serve during ''Women' Day contest will be '20, during the observance of plans for completkmof

11 a... with tilt deacons la charge. Rev. Garrison. pastor, win tile day TteSuaday crowned at 3 p.m.. when tilt Dual Day by the Central BapUst the 24th aaaiverwy -
school will at ':S() wits Church on Koveir II. A11vlves
open young people BMJBbersaipb! ,their
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react .we t blat Itart. ht Ctrtnde Ward, IOIIDdIt CJI speak: At I p.m.; Miss Myra Bin of Mt. Tabor's Choir Ho. 3 win
world flmOQl Ward GoIpeI Sagen. aDd fOII'U pt ci De 4n tWioo Community A. M. E. appear in concert supported by the Christopher Knights., Benefit
load uplr1DC atorisa CJI or eelltuY.Ia ..- Church's Women Day will be will go for Dual Day, October 27. BTU begins at 6 p.m. and tat
this eiclattve Interview Sanday October 27. a 11 h e
evening worship at 7 p.mBAPTIST
the leading part la the anthem,
Mrs. Ward reveals for the first 'charch, Beaver and EaVerson
but Gospel? Everybody sing
Urn In print how she came to Street. and will feature services OLOOStA.SS
bat ? A Gospel
me
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be called upon to sing! the Lord's hymns? tbooghout the day. Rev.R.J. Crawford, pastor win be tht guest at aa appreciation
praises U no one else alive Not long after that I was Mrs. Dora L. Jenkins will be program oo October SO at I p.m. Sunday School begins at 9:10:
has done. ; guest superintendent of the Sunday with the superintendent and teacher la charge. The letson win,
lav tied to sing a solo at
The beginning goes back to Ebeneur Baptist Church oa school at 9:30.: Mrs Patrkla *-, "be reviewed by the .aperIattD eat. The moraine service begin
what seems u eternity ago. Women's Da,. B was the first Clark Hill be guest tam' at 11 a.m., the evening service at 1 p.m. The pastor win deliver
For It wu In 19Z7 that Ger'trade ? char, representing Mt Zlon' both sermons. Choir No. 1 and Other Board Ho. 1 will serve
time Pd ever + alone and,
Ward stood on tile corner I did 'Since I song gave to Jesus A. M. E. Charch of the t BoaUr{ throughout the day. The prayer service is Tuesday at 7:30.
of 40th and Gerard Avenue la my poor broken Jaeart1It' serer 'aide., The church and the pastor win worship with Greater St. Matthew
Philadelphia and waited tot the has left me done Since I did Mrs. W. C. Neal will speak Wednesday night, October M. '
white folk to come by and pick for the homeland eternal start m the morning ""Ie... Mrs.
op Black women for a daft Be never left me'. Tommle Lee Wilder will airy HEW REDEEM BAPTBT
work. "Lat.r, I was back at 40th 'u putordor* '- "We were struggling then" and Gerard watting for another Neal will be accompanied by Mrs. Queen Bruton is gen* "Mrs Birdie H. Sykes will be chairman. Sponsors and advertise
reflects Mrs. Ward, "and I Job when I beard that same Mrs. E., D. Simpson of Zionope..Baptist seal chairman forth meats will be reported October 20. Sunday School begins at
would get tea cents aa hour. voice ay' "Stag My Gospel'. ; Mr.. Bernlce. Women's Day celebration at ':30 with Deacon Eunice Dunson and teachers In charge. The ;
And since then they'd only want And tt said this time, 'Why Caton of First Born Temple, Hew Bethel A. M. E. charch. lesson will be reviewed by the pa-tor,Rev.E.L Nor..... Deacon
as to work a couple of boars look for a Job when you already the St Mathews Choir Ho. 1, The church U located at 3rd will be in charge of devotions in the morning service at 11 aja.
each time they picked us op, have one?* 'Mrs. J. L. Davis of Mt Zlon and Tyler.' Tbe celebration The choir and Usher Board MOo I will serve throughout the day I
that'd only be 20 cents a day "Wen, I didn't say a'word. A.M.E., Soak Side, Mrs. Ver1 will be October 20. Rev. E* .with Urs. Fannie Jackson m charge of music. Districts No. Sand
and that was what we had to tt we were standing on that liP Taylor, lira.11Im Wright list* Jones is pastor Ho. I win meet at 4:30: at the church. The evening worship
atom comer right now, Fd show you / guest soloistMrs.BlancbeShnmons begins at I p.m. Rev. Norman will deliver both sermons.
"1 had pasteboard my shoe how I turned around crossed Mr*. Henrietta DorseyA Prayer meeting and Bible study will be Tuesday night,fee first

for soles, and I'd stand la the tto street and took out tilt test i Ward I*one of the pioneers lathe flex of gospel _Ie.. St. Joseph Methodist, Mrs. .... Arsrecltedi beginning at 'a the second at I p.m.7:3The Women' chorm
snow' and it would soak through- eight cents I had. I used six The Ward Singers have been world famous for many year Mr*. nle Mar Sims Friendly Baptist win rehearse Wednesday tight at In preparation for
and my naked feet world be cents to catch tilt trolley car: Ward reveals a personal interview elsewhere on this page the and Mrs'Beulaa Ramsey Shi Womea's Day.Guitar. y
on the groond soaking wet. Bat borne. trials and tribulations, and. the successes, experienced daring kb Baptist.At .
1 was Irving to mete a living.' "With the other two'cents I the long career of tile artists. I p.m. try Junior Church New Helve A.M.E.
"Then I was pressing clothes bought some white potatoes. I will have charge of the program
la a cleaning and dye placid with the Sonny Rose Got*
toiled them, made gravy and'
19th Street ud Montgomery we ate that with water- o St, Mitthiw A.M.E. Chirch'sWIMII'S pel Singers and Miss Lisa Glf- Celibrites Aiuil Diy Sud.y

Avenue (Philadelphia).That was bread coffee'or to*. But from fID, pianist, in charge.At. .
la Itll. I heard a voice that thatday til this >* had soother 6:30: p.m. tilt evening worship Erangtlist Mary C. Christopher win be the principal speaker:
spoke to me so plain n said, Job except that t of singing Diy Is October 20 will open with Mrs. Tom \ at the morning service of the Greater Hew Rope AME Church,

'Go sme-al Gospel and help for the Lord." St Matthew AME Charch, zO2 CommaoweaUh, win bold the mi. Lee Wilder la charge. The _,17th and Davis,Sunday, October 20.
save dying men and women. .But what of the people who annual Women's Day celebration Sunday,October 20. Angels of Mercy the Celestial j The pocn"for the day will cUHealey, Miss Bulk Sea.
And I answered, "Lord,, 1eu't to WardStngers Singer,.and Choir Ho. 1 and.of .- be replete with the participation Wright, Mrs. Sylvia Ley Mrs.
object going
) The Mable
celebration will with teacher win be Mr
open will worter.'mlll1. Aon Blanford and Mr A. Wil-
local *
stag: tilt u don Community of church
"out Into unworld"andstahgclaim the Sanday School at Mrs.Minnie Jones Mrs. Ida Booker Mr. 1
9:30.; ,
.
"Then llama The will betaken
the lady who was work. appear. Rev. H. McCray is cans and official offering
log in back of me said'Whoare and U such Disneyland places?u night L. BoUomaa wUl.bepelt Lola Williams, Mr*. MattteWynch pastor. Mrs. A. B. Boosted s Mr. Eloise Edmood will be by Mr*. Olivia. Forest.Mr :
Jotnoc.
you talking tor I toil her what "1 don't know U ""' ''1 accepted saperlnteodctf. GeestPfcllidelpfcii Miss Barbara and Miss J. Viola Jones win be Reporter. ,lest superintendent Ia the *. Alice Conwiy. Mrs Al. ;
1 heard bat added that 1 berta and Mr. MoNa
didn't it by now or not," say BlplistCiofrs Mr Jannle John ucla, School, ag.stngthe Wright
really think it was the Lord. Mr*. Ward. "They thought that secretary. lessoa. school at ';1). Mr*. EveiyaS.Foy Barren. Mrs. Annie P.Clayton
the
win review
She Insisted that It certainly whea we went out Into elsbtwe'd Plus son The Simpson Methodist win serve U orgaaUt and will present visitors. Mrs.
could have been. I'd always IDOralqlt"letwU'bte1aat Miss Charlene Brooks win be Everuaa Wiggins win make
to blue ud ax*
lnging ) Mr L.
il Mobley
*
sung\ la the choir and I took a.m. Stewards Give secretary. Goest teachers will remarks.A .
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and rock roll. But we stag
win the call to worship
Tit give
Night' Hisicil.Choir musical: will feature the
be Mrs. Marinda TennantMr*.
PETERSOHTbe
tto same songs la tto clubs that with the cpealag hymn Mrs. MRS. C.
service. Choir !Co. I
we sing ia church. And It'* $ 1 of Lillian KMX Mr* Fbrtoe Bea etanlng
Speaker o the PMUdel, Mary Glover win pray. The October 27 of
Connie Church
Program It. Mark' and the
toe Mrs. M. Mosiey"
weiderfel how' they accept phil Charch will present re.cttal combined! choir of the church member of the True ,
Gospel staging sometime even Chircb'iStewards 'Church of the Living God will Mrs. Aria L. Peterson, Mrs. Gordon Singer writ appear.Mr .
Tuesday
tight, October win sing during the service. m Methodist Alve lee McQueen win j
Anita T. Gamer ud Mia DorIl *
more than people do la church."I u. tml 1p.m. Mrs. Ophelia Bayward will read Board will preaentttsanauU honor Missionary C. Peterson lead'tbe Evangillst'EsstoM. I
remember when we were is Sunday, Oc with aa appreciation program Pope. IIrL lateUa tchsnwln bjrmn.
program u follow: the Scripture Mr M. Wachlagtcs program Jones will
la Oslo Norway la a cUb and "LW Ever Voice aDd Sin* win read the Decalogue.Tbe tabs 27, daring tile morning on Friday, October 2S, at I be the guest reviewer.. Mrs Other slatgAlwill pray.
everybody was drinking. Of Scripture! Kev. J.wTJoaniV mission offering win to and evening service. p.m. Missionary Peterson U Shirley' Harris will present the participant A. Jima kri.
coarse, they'd never beard of SeUcUon, choirj "The Loro" taken by Mr*.Earths McGowaa Frank C. Cooper, chairman the former Miss Cassandra D. guests. hetirp. Ruby .
tilt Ward Singers. But wttea Prays" led by Leroy Smith, Mr. Mary Healy win to the and Mrs norm Mixon, are ''Rice of Jackson and is the The mar. alag worship begins MaOle Mrs.MeClojd Geraldae Mrs. Ruby!

we began oar first song we Jr., Solo, Mr E. Quarterman; guest soloist Another kymawttlto in cb&reJolla B. Burgess niece-of Mr and Mrs. Diary at 11 a.m. Mr*. I.... Tyro Mrs.Lewis lilt L. Dist Roused Mrs.,
3X .tfarted seeing. people taking 1 e d b>> y Mr*. A. CarrrtU; tod by WlaonaSumpter; wttl speak U tbllDOrDIDC. Be Rice: The church is located 'win serve U putx-for-tbedy. L. Brows Mrs,,Joanna
their glasses off tto tables and Solo Mrs. Evelyn Grant toy Mr*. Geneva Palmer will is at instructor in agriculture at 1401 Tyler and U known Other participants win bei Joyce Juksoo.Mrs. .

putting them oa the floor,next. lo, Mrs. Mary Healy.\ toUlow present the speaker,Evangelist from Lake CttJ na. u gooks Prayer Bouse. AU Mrs Alberta Simps. Mrs Everlina Wiggins'will be
'to ttelr chairs. A medley/of lymaa.win Amajda Andersen The. odir The !'Itnal1 of the Day" are invited. t.lder Eddie Peterson Emmt L. Cults, Mrs. Ads dllJrau.Mrs,Shirley lesbian
htalone
+ Mrs *.
"Wbea.'lWsaadl sriwasn't featuring ? lag will to takea by Mrs.Male i.e adtbe"Stewarddroaottow"dwill 1tptMorpdOvRNer. Br n. Mrs. Ledeesa Johnson wuibeco-chairmax
,;J a glass oa any table la Mr*. M. Jenkins and Mrs. Ca. crowned the evenly. '* ?{ '
FloooV Mr*. Dora Blake and to .. Mrs. Mary Smtt. Miss Paul. 1a***
tile place) Everyone was listen rte Bloant. Mr *. Margaret Mrs Pequeao Greea. "
'ffj j jt lag strictly to the singing and Davis, Ernst Grlffla,Sr, and Observations will be made by "
) &;, 'i t even darted clapping their' Mrs. Luclle Davis and Mr*. J. Mis Rut ...,..... Mr*. Sasl. menu IHNIIIUPOTATOES
hands. 'Toil''' thought you Horace win partklpate U ev*' Relics will present the visitors; SHOP
MRS. DCS3 ALEXAXDEXMrs. were la a sanctified chord. erslpii imber*. Remarks will to made by Mrs o
I'* toe that way everywhere A l null ell De Jlat1or. wU1: a .
ChaDuier.The .
Desaie Afcxaader will, 'WI'" gone la tilt world. mid. Mrs Rottaaa Charter !! 49
service '
be the *peak r at a calendar. And wtoa It comes to foal 'mu is president. Mrs. IdallaKlrby afternoon with Miss BonltaJone begins Y ::
at S *
p.m.
tea Lady, October to, tram I language. fvu. heard worse tosome and Mrs. Jeanette Dogs u the speaker. .

4toSp.alsth.IelCbircb 1 churches than rev ever will serve U orp. ata. Rev.. service itT
begins
The
Gillie Living God, beard in atyaKfttcUb.>>. W. I. W, Jobbsoa.padaT.St. sight. will bet .
Participants
14th and Grudthal. The p w ia Ins p.m. '
sang Vegas for three
Uic ls Invited. a's SeftistPi St Matthew choir Mrs. Willie, ; s, "sIPEi'tiaT"
"
A year, four time a atgbttadwe StsO Cati.rty Alex
never once heard a earn ander.Brown,, Mrs.Mrs. Ella Simmons ,, A : i''\ "iiuASflFIII ''II
St.' James A.M.E. word Big After ;
s Mrs. Aisle McHeal, Mis*. CHUCK :: 48eI
1 would
rather slag ia s club Addle Andrew*, Mr*. Mat rAltlUlSlr .
lists' Progr. far F sober than ia a church drunk:, Service Program Mrs Mildred Wil
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some Gospel
cb.
a1artra
Isms Windy Gibson, Jeanette
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Were to St SteobM Baptist'* pas
uppeied to
eating Christ And repre* tor and CODCI'.pUalwQ1 give MobUr, Mrs Charlotte Smith, {!{!
AmilWoiei'sDeyCoundlwomu preachers Mrs Mildred Wlttlasu Mrs. I !
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Oral (opposed to go into the aa after service program October z4xINN
Dorothy Andrews, Mr* Monte
Sail 7e pulpit drunk or sit around ia 20 for District Ho. I
Prldgeon Mr Ida Scott Mr*.
*
Math will be the speaker for their It.u.e! wttl whiskey,but In Mt. Ararat Baptist Chorea. Willie
Hew St Jam*. A.M E.Cburch'sWomen's : .wu find that golsf on let a..,' Deacon C. Cunolagnam 1s lead Mae J. Jones, Mr. M.,
Day oa Sanday, Ko* on want to criticise tilt Ward r. Rev D J. Graham is pas Albany. Rev. Eageae Motley.

saber M, at 11 .... ti t for .11"11 11 tor. writ make remark
&
Women' Day service wttl :
be held at the church through lOne Bible ay.. -Go ye into
out the day. an,fee wOl'I4&lid that's what
Mr*. Mathl will be pre***> Christ told aUalsdisciplesandpreach )
ted"by Mrs. Charles Brooks! the Gospel to every
i librarian, Mrs. Willie ..L.Smia. ,creature. Be that believeth and
.'Matron of Temple dIIp.ttr is baptised shall be saved. Be

No. 60, will be soloist. that believeth- not shall. to UflL7&17llllZII'
? Mr*. Ratte Perry Is general dsduid' "
chairmu for tile day. Mr*. "And Be didn't stop there. A
Lyaette Braggs co-chairman. little further over in Luke,, Be
M r*. Harris win be pastor* AId. '(;0 ye unto the hedges and.

jp:-tht-dii. .x *. Eva Gay to lbs 1aIh'a1lUdCGqltlCbt.!
ton win be coordinator of; ae* to come, that my boas Mall be
Ovltles. Mrs. Guytoa la prte flUed, And J believe we havemctodoutaadtoucaedasmaiy

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I Will Ftifirt M..y Jix lurches ,,. ,; Aril Children Will Mrlltlpit I

MOT than 20 churches will participate la the Joint anniversary ,'" '. i ; f fI The seventy.flfth annual session of the East Florida sad B.B.Auoclatlon .

services of the Second Baptist Church,954 Kings Road, according 'j will convene frtm October tt to October 17 la the

B to a rehear from the offlct of Mr*.Alberta Williams, publicity._ utI $ 4. : Ji Mt Ararat Buotlst Church Her. Dallas Graham pastor
will booorHRv. ;.t \ qLI The has been geared of the Progressive
i; Tbt anniversary Baptist; Rev W.C.: Neal; St. I \ agenda auxiliaries -
J.C. Sun, pastor, till War, Rev J.M Bryant : t i i! to the needs of th church and organisation.
cover the years at tenrlct of ; BBaptist Baptist, Rer. L. 1 1 E r 1 the Christ an. lira: B.C. fbt will represent .

CM church la JacksonvUle, tad Williams and Mt. Ararat \. ., \ '" Convention activities will 1 .4 p:

win faun attention on those Baptist, Re,. D.J. Graham.A I. begin with the! Welcome I
n, no have served over the rears guest minister will speak : .t program, a presentation of the
Our WIn u those who, u plo- Sunday morning and Sunday ., church. Choirs, soloists andtarloisleaderswillpartl
'i"
II neers, are BO longer Urine.ti Bight. t i
The week of Thanks' giving and The West Union Baptist \ t cipate.
t.of Christian FeUowsnJp\ will Church, Rer. A.J. Cummings On Wednesday morning October

e\begm with the coming toSecond pastor, the First New Zion 23, the conven ion proper

.C Baptist on Monday: November Baptist Church, Rev C. Brown 'win open Messengers from
w.4, at ,:so, of the following congregations and the Sprlaghlll Baptist 1qe s various churches win conductthe

and their pastors: Church, Rev Theodore' Lee, devotionals each day. Rev.

Greater Payne Chapel AYE, pastor, will be la charge of the 1 C.L. Culver, pastor of the

: after-service activities at 1:15. Elisabeth BapUstChurch, win

Sisal The choirs, ushers and A 4 4Mecca be the Initial discussant of the'
.,J. Lane; St. John Missionary. officials of each church will be timely theme "Oowardchrlst-

ja Baptist,lhevA.J;Hughes.es 'wfia the pastor of that church, :>>. ..- ..-e&:*vwm."r" .- k. ..* i I.M., tan Soldiers, In a World ofCrises.
OB Tuesday and throughout u well u the congregation.Prior Court Wo. 7 Daughters of Sphinx will celebrate with Matron. Seen above are: Back, from left: Mrs. A. Bishop, Rev. G.A. Price, t

aoweek, participants wlU be:_.- to the preaching hour a religious service Sunday, October 20, at 5 p.m. at the Masonic Mrs. Ruth Clark, Mrs. E. West, Mrs. A. Anderson; Front pastor, of St. Matthew Baptist I

.c slate Missionary Baptist, Her. the theme will be discussed Temple, 911 Jefferson. The Masonic Family and Ron left, Mrs A. Alexander, Mrs. LH? Holmes, J.H. Church, will deliver the sermon

,B.L. Wynn;" Antloch BaptistC ,. by a member of Second friends are invited. Daughter, L. !l Holmes Is Worthy Grand Holmes, Mrs. M. Johnson and Mrs. M. Biggins. for the occasion. Rev. B.H. '
Rev J.J. Jones; Little Rock Baptist. The church's combined Hartley, moderator, win be la >

.Baptist, Re,. W.C. Mitchell and choirs will sing. charge of organltation. .. REt. BAH.! RAR7LEY
..Mt Calrary, R... W.M. Hffl.lr The celebration will close with UiioR St. James Missfeiiry (hit The' afternoon session will be 'her newly-acquired vice

Wednesday Emaauel Baptist the Pastor's Night Program. CHURCH NEWS highlighted by programs by the presidency of the National

tfter. 8.L. Badger; Bethel Outstanding participants win beRer. Aleetia I.! Ftn.tri.ii A Success Education and Missionary Senior Wome:&'. Auxiliary. Ed:
TO Baptist .Stn W.L. Williams,Bethlehem Boards, at 2 p.m.The Orthodoxy acatlooal Rally service win

MclUssIck; St. epbeaaME, Baptist Church and congregation GREATER NEW JERUSALEM: The list Annual Session of the Union St. James Baptist Boar begins at 2.4S p.m. Rev. begin at 7:30 with Rev. Price

Rer. J.S. Johnson.Thursday ; Rev E.R. Simpson, Zion Services u usual. Usher Boards No. t and No.1 will serve Missionary Association, held la the First Baptist Church of Price, chairman of education presiding.Rev. .
St. Matthew Rer. Sunday School begin .at t.0 with Rev. Dennis Rhodes in and Rev AJ. Hughes, fit. John
: Rope Baptist Church aa4 Fernandina from October 9 to 11 was a success. W.C. Neal, pastor of St
G.A. Price; Central Baptist, congregation; and Rer. C.A. charge. Rev. Julius C. Flnney pastor. Mrs. C.L Williams, presidentof Officers for mi are: Mrs. Baptist Church, chairman will of Thomas Baptist, win preach.
Division
Her. Lerl Green; First Baptist, Wearer, Day Spring Baptist the Women's Auxiliary, delivered C.L Williams president; Mrs.AUeea the Missionary Other, Choirs wI..llle. Jots Payne,
VRer.1 C.B. Dalley and Shlloh Church and congregation. Rer. MT. SALEM BAPTIST her annual address at Bradley, first vice president give official reports. by minister of Second Baptist,

Metropolitan Baptist, Rer. A. and 1Ir,. Sams will be honored Sunday School begins at U with Superintendent Jack Green 4.5S; p.m. First Vice President ; Mrs. N. Weaver,second members will give personalservice will alternate the order of

'I B. Cokmu at a reception. la charge. The lesson win be reviewed by the pastor. The Mrs. Allen Bradley, introduced vice president; Mrs. M.E. reports. Period service. '

.> Friday Friendship Baptist An are tented.B morning service opens at 11 a.... with Deacons Freddy Neal Mrs. WUUams. Hamilton, recording secretary; Rev.During E.R.the Simpson Orthodoxy will speakon Small childrea and the youth

and Norman Troy la charge of devotions. Choir No. 1 and Usher President Williams spoke Mrs. Ethel Carter. flanancial "Holiness". Rev. C. Dalley wm participate Saturday morn
-j Board No. 1 will serve. At 1 p.m services will be held tor Uv from the theme: "life Mission secretary; Miss WIlD Johnson will heard the subject"Adoption" ing. Rev. L.C. Hicks of the

.. women. Rev. Eugene Calhoua will speak. Misi Viola Johnson la Fernandina, Ministers, Convey corresponding secretary be Rev.on G.T. McCatt Morning Star Baptist Church

b For Quality Education is sponsor. The devotionals at "t pm. will be conducted by This' concept. Women and Mrs. Ella Norton, promotional will unfold the theme "Sinctl- of Palatka will speak. Rev. J.
.Deacons J.F. Sims and Jack ifNI. Hie pastor.Rev W. Rogers Missions 3 the Church. A Peculiar secretary and Mrs E. Single-. L. Davis win.,"as alternate.

u In The Bold New City win speak at both services. On 1IoI4a11lcbt Rev benny James Place on God's Pro tiny, tr.uvlf. Ocation.At 7 the choirs of Bethel The young people win present
of gfrphi. Ca., will give a service for Women's bay Mrs. gram." Others are: Mrs.T.B. McCaU p.m.Church South Side and star, readings, solos, etc.
; B. Vote for Katie Merrtweather 1s sponsor. On Tuesday night Rev C, Dr. Susie'C. Roller, presidentof mat ou' directress; Mrs.AuW'Jobasoa churches Baptist from, Jacksonville, Rev. Dilley will preach for the

Dr. Clarence L McNair Robinson of Mandarin will give service for Women's Day. Mrs the General Missionary Baptist TWC; Mrs. will be featured In special selections Evangelist Board Hour at 730.
't Debars Bright will serve as sponsor The annual Women's Day Convention, me., of Florida Susie Keith, Red Circle, Mrs. and addresses. At ,:20 Hev. H.H. Wright chairman,
11 will be October 17. Mrs Catherine Sampson Is reporter. wm be la The
Prectnts and first vice president of the EuIa'1bonItoII\SlDIhIDt\ Band, p.m. Rev. David Johnson will charge. convea-

tit |A. IS. SJ. 39A "0. 41 ..,.. C, National Baptist Convention of directress. deliver the sermon Rev. J.H. Hon will close with mass
FIRST BOO TEMPLE services at
4l A. C.C.414SA sea. Inc., held the election for and win alternate. meeting p..a-
S'D. *. /. 0 M I Ice Committee chairman cochalroua Porter serve as
Sunday School will be held at 10 a m Minister M. McQueen Issuperintendent. the women's department day. Rev. W.M. 8111,moderator
Mrs. activities will be
.C are: Worship, Thursday's
M The morning worship begins at 11 a.m. with the emeritous, wad speak.
tVUf Mr Olla Caesar Depart-
Finance Missionary
Presiding Elder ,
deliver a special sermoa. conducted by Rev. R.T. Over-
'Itctt Mrs Ethel Jenkins; Child Wet- .cots. Mrs. M.L. Johnson will
-ft Married to Miss Janice Smith, a Teacher in street pastor of Mt Tabor
EMANUEL BAPTIST Closes Conference fare, Mrs.E. 8rowuEtecetlve be la charge daring the morning.
Deaf Education Two Children Darrell and 'Oord'oa Ministers' Mrs. Carolyn Buroey will .Baptist Church.
: Services are u follows Tuesday,Teachers Meeting aad Prayer Mrs. E4D ; pre-

.I, Harriet Meeting, with pastor Ref S.L. Badger, and officers la charge; Rev. W. F. Foster president& Wins Mrs. Annie Shannon, wide: U the afternoon. Mrs. St. Sttphti'sWtMti's
the theme .
to..ba. Mis. J. Marshall; President'sCouncil. I. Buff will discuss .
Wedaesday, Rehearsal of Choir No. 1. I pmt Thursday, elder of the South Jacksonville
& Major Slofs in Air Force Reserve. Mrs. Amanda Luke for the mo.-aIDIlt.&oia.& '
) Noonday prayer service at charch, rehearsal of Choir No.1 at District of the A.M.E.
.11 I p.m. and meeting of Usher Board No. I al 1 p.m'i Friday; wlU conduct: the One quarterly Church Mrs DameUa Kapers; Needle Interest.Friday wlUbe The of Laymen's particular Units
son Dedicated of assembling of Male Chorus Usher Board. No. S, Deaconess and Art, Mrs. Bessie lermc.oa.CoIrtt. ;
Schools.
& to cause Quality conference Sunday, October to, Brotherhood and the District
Board S and Districts No.I and No, 10 for to St. ", Mrs. AUe.WWlaml,
No. trip Mary's
ed ... ...... '. at Mt. Moriaa A.M.E.Church, Mrs. Emily Adams; History, ,UshersMfaioa,wll) serye their flu Ftr Day
"
..1.: _:.... 'i Baptist with pastof for'service, ; Saturday. Cub Scouts meeting 99 Oak Street.
u.t.1fI. ml _to, NO On. -. ; Rev J.W,Jones Mrs. Minnie Dtp Women. Mrs. lolit UDuJ..lou..G...
alt3Qpm.tlmdaySamday ;
.. IO.W A.m. ,_and.male chorus 3Z ; 'U pastor. '...... Walker aad Head Professor Matthew McCoy win
Mary R
:dam "' .,u .,,' V +rtt KlngiiOeea of,-lasUrute, LN
: t 'lid ...hi .ilul' School. 'JQ a. rim Deacoa Gvbrg watth add Mrs. MmleFields ilex; JoMrasks that all reports ''wlU alternate as pruldllloaknl. be presented.a aa after-service
Mrs. Clara Jones
la charge; Consecration at I9.N: a:a.; Morning Worship, be made, at the time. .And: Literature, Mrs.: F. V.,. program at St. Stephen's AM?
U a.m. with deacons la charge of de/otlonals; Brut 1 p.m. Sunday school begins at ISO: Rev. L.M Jones, pastor of the Church la the prelude of programs
Til IH'T un II 10 Tl TIll Tl SET Sims Qnarternua Mrs. J. Montgomery
Deacon In at I "
Phillips charge Evening Worship : p.m the moraing service at lla.m, Memorial, Mrs. A.M. First African Baptls.t Church, leading to Women's Day,
The morning service wWbtd.U"rtdbJRt Badjer, the I p.m. theevening service at 7 p.m. BeU ;Director of Choir, Mrs.Sole Green Cove Springs, will discuss October t7. Mrs Lucille Mote
service by Rev. Finny and the evening sermon by Rev. Wyun. The annual Women's Day will ; the theme Rev Joe will preside. Professor McCoyserves :
Choir No. S and the male chorus and Usher Board No. I will Badgers Pianist, Mrs
LOW PRICES be October 17.Rev. for several
C. Watkins; Scholarship MissA. CaOMea of the St. John Baptist si organist
serve. Mrs. Marian Carter and Mathew mcCoy will be la
Church of Orange Part will churches. Re 1s aa Instructorla
of mlllle.SULEnllBAmn. WUUngaam; E a 11 s t m e ml t
charge Mrs A. Wlnfteld; Business and deliver the sermon. Rev A.J.Slmmoai tilt D and B School of St.

DRUG STORE NEEDS' Waterford 'rortlilonl.om..llri. will serve u Augustine. He will be supportedby
alttmate. "The Moderator'sHour" choirs of the Mt. Ararat
Madeline Slrmdbs Migrants,
The Christian EdaratlooCUss Is held Thursday at 7.J9. '
every will highlight the afternoon Baptist Church and the Han.eel
To Be Honored Mrs. Justine Henderson, Mrs.
The public is Invited. Sunday School begins at 9.U: with Deacon
....lea. Rev. Dalley Rev. Baptist Mrs. Ednrd Day
Nevada Ushers Mrs. ,
Trade Junious Sad la The lesson will be King; ,
with Tdhr Neighborhood) Store charge previewed by Rev.
Drug Appreciation services will beheld r.u111e4loa; Publicity, Mrs. McCall and Rev. Simpson,vice will be hostess and win work
WE WILL MEET ANT PRICES ADV., IN YOUR LOCAL Ernest WUUams. The mQl'D1AI..nlct begins at U a." District for Rev. and Mrs. S. C. Gertrude CD.B.) Banes and moderators will be la charge with the Hostess Club>>
PAPERS. W* deUver. W* also till all Doctors Prucrl: UoDl. No. I will serve la the tflatng area.Senior Choir No. S and Usher Secretary, Mrs. Leona James Prior to the moderator's &4- Oa Monday sight the Florida
Board No. $ and the congregation will accompany Rt,. Williams
swat
.dress, his Initial message u Singing Conventions win
to Mt. Zion AME: Church aad will leave Bethlehem at ':)3. The
moderator officers will submit Solomon Timmons 1s presidentThe
evening service begins at 6 p.m. Usher Board No. I and the Gilewift.BirncksPlus. ,
reports. The election of contention will feature a
Senior Choir will all Rev. Williams will be la
serve day
Dixie Pharmacy charge .' For officers will follow the leader'smessage. one-olgat revival. WeU-knowa
of the services. On Monday October 11, Usher Board No. a .
musicians win appear ,
will celebrate anniversary. DJfldtl'EleeliolGatewa1 ,; The State and National Presi Oa Tuesday sight Mrs Maggie

1)12) KIMS At MACEDONIA BAPTIST Barracks No. 3131, dents' Hour will be at 4 p.m. Slmms will present a program.
ISAI MTITIEMm
Rev J.C. Sams General Oa Wednesday tight Valerie
r Veterans of World War No
Choirs No. 1 and No. $, and Usher Boards No. 1 and No. t,
President of the progressive Malbory will be presented by
1. will hold the regular meeting
deacons, deaconesses and members will the
pastor .
aecompuy
.5597 Baptist State Convention of the Valerie Is astudent
353 at the home. 1509 Kings young people.
to the Greater Payne AME: Church tor u after service honoring
Florida, and President of theNational ai th .R.V. Paalels
Road,Saturday at S p.m. *
the The
pastor's anniversary. aaniversry begins Sunday night.
LICIT I'lEI AMITEIEPIIIE Officers for 1X9 will beIeett4. 'e- Baptist! Convention of Schojl a member of New Bethel
PIT Till Sunday service at Macedonia begin with the Sunday: School at
America, will and student at the Gentle aDd
.... Final preparations win bring greetings. a
I.JO a with Deacon lob Singleton aad teachers la charge.
Mrs. &B. Miller Gretel Talent School and the
be made for the Veterans Day presidentof
The review will be gives by u appointee. The consecration
lilt IT STilE the Senior Women's Missionary neater Dramatic Coub Mrs
III Celebration tea house will
service begins at 10.4S with the putor'la charge. Devotions
will be. conducted by the deacons. Music will be tarnished, be held that day. The' commander will bring greetings as Birdie Mattery Is her mother.On .
asks that aU cars be at will Mrs. I.. Jahsson,presided ThusdayilgUtMrs.Euta
Choirs No f' and No. S will serve. Choir No. Jwill hold its
WE TAKE DEALS OTHERS REFUSE regular monthly meeting after the moralngworshtp.Thefollowingdistricts the barracks for decorations at of the State Ushers Convention McGowaa wad present a Tom
REV WATERFORDWaterton '
will meet at I p.m. No. 1. Jake Williams, East tlth 9 a.m. Dinners will be served and G.N. Scott president of Thumb Wedding. Mrs. Rosa
Ne Waiting-Credit Approved en Spot! Street; No. S and No. S,Deacon and Mrs. Thomas' Campbell on of the Henry Cordon throughout the day. The public the State Sunday School Division B. Counts wad be the consultant,
AS LOW AS A. M. E. Church Sunday, is Invited. of the SS and BTU Convention On Friday\ tight a "Night of
East list Street; No. 5, Mr, and Mrs. Louis Adams.St., East
October W at 11 a.m. Rev. Songs" will be presented,
tZad Street No. 6 Deacon and Mrs. James Baldwin PlateauStreet
$195 down ; .
The BTPU begins at 6.90 wUhMrs.M.Polite, directress, WUlard V.will W.deliver Edwards the heads BUS Ctitnl liptlst Churches the featuring ThelmarettesaadMrs.Taemu the Gcopel Echoes.
sage
U charge. The special feature will be glveaby Josephine Holiday
67 CADILLAC SEDAN DEVTLLE ,. ..1..434595E2"oG : the appreciation committee.
and Wilbur Weston.Baptismal services will be held la the evening A Great Edwards
WINOOWI Success
OtIot..m-T&b t.2.cmsL'OC lAW: worship at 1:10. Both major sermons will be delivered by Rev. .. ., A baser will be featured by

t 66 CADILLAC CPE. DEVILLE -'. .$2Wi Burgess, assisted by Rev. William lei! :her.Weekly activities areas The coronation of "Miss Central" on Friday night, October the young people oa Saturday,
I. OMCV VJN MILS AHO TN* NIT BWV SYea.r follows: Tuesday, 7.30: p.m., prayer meeting and Bible Study; Brut' Memorial II, climaxed a few weeks of intensive effort! by. the tidies of October II A rummage sale

64 CADILLAC SEDAN DEVILLE .. $1795 Wednesday, $ p.m., rehearsals of Choirs No. 1 and No. 3; Central Baotist Church. -- will be sponsored on October
COMKT CONTMC. All coq H AY MAT, .c. WINDOW the tl for the benefit of Women'sDay.
Thursday, norm Prayer Service by Missionary Society; Friday, A.H.E.. New Site The contestants were grade -
67 MERCURY COUGAR .$2193M Teachers Meeting at 7:30 and 1 p.4 rehearsal of Choirs No. S 'Misses Janice Maniacs, Faala studentschhoool was .
ve.m.110. ."'. Mrs. Etta Brooks will be the
No 4..Mrs. Bessie Merchant 1s Eire Redding and
and reDQI r. Blake
DART 2-DR. .- ..$1095 Tea Succeeds Beverly Devoe. crowned "Miss Central" amid guest supervisor Is Sunday
MACOTO .....AUTOMATIC TWt...All CONDITION TABERNACLE BAPTST anMeventa lilt thunderous anplause of her School. Mrs. T.V. Randan will
Miss Devoe
M PONTIAC BONNEVILLE $1995. Sunday School begins at ':10 with Mrs. Bessie Solomon The Pre-Wbmen's Day Tea many. friends, iaaiovely setting be the guest ,'speaker'forth*
uv SeW&o! 'rarT&ffW'01' MUCK superlntndat, IB charge. The' lesson will be reviewed by Mrs. planned for the Grant Memorl* of flowers-aad-evergreea-be- moraing service.: "The young
o H.M. Lawrence, teacher The pastor will deUver the morning al A.W.I. Church on the newsite tar BttiiJ) A.M.I. .decked trellises. She 1s tree people wiU present their program
65 RAMBLER AMERICAN .... . at
$ 795 Flag and Kings Road was daughter of Mrs. Rum Devon will
t D*. M-TOP. AIR CONDITION. sermon. Usher Board No. S will serve A tall fasfclon review will at 4 p.m. A musical
be featured Sunday afternoon All youth choirs wad meet Wednesday a success. Mrs. C. Franklla Church HoldsWomei's and ahtthfulmemberatCenM1 be presented at 7 ....
66 BUICK LESABRE .$1995 for rehearsal, at 8.30. The teachers' meeting will be Gorton and Mrs.SophlaSW6ue Sn where she gives of her services Rev. JJ. Johnson, who hasbeen
I tm\o'r. ''l'rc8irrU.U1"a' \. 1SL ''fr.MIlo Wednesday at ':JO. Prayer meeting rill be at 7:30. The Deacon were charge. More than! $300. Day la the "CestraUtes" Choir the hospitalised has" returned

67 CHEVROLET BEL AIR ..31995QIl7N0.ATSC. Board the Trustee Board and the Boards of Deaconesses No. land 00 were raised. New Bet el&MtChurcbwlll, Church School and la the Junior home and II receiving vi hors.
Ale co"OITIO"f IlADIO t MATtt..POWt No. S will hold Joint anniversaries Sunday,November 3. The' The womea of the Church are be the scene of the celebration Church.'She 1s also a member
busy preparing for Women's of Its annual Women's Day Sunday of tile Touth Department and Baptist MiaktersPost.YicafoiaMost' '
64 FORD GALAXIE 500 .. ... . .. .. fMntl Miss young Genera people Jackson will hold Is their president.anniversary Sunday,.November 10. Day under the leadership of October tO. The' church Ole Order of Eaters Star.
UeTOr AUTOMATIC VRAMSMIStlON. THIS u A
&t ?" Mrs. U A. Smith sad Mrs 'is located: at thins and Tyler. working under Salome ChapterNo. '

65 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX.. .. ..... .. $1899AW Janis Cannon. Mrs. Constance Services will be Is charge of 106.Beverly. ,
COMCHTHMID AMD ALL THS COOO4U. A........ NEW MT. OUTS tit Cason will be the guest speak. the ladies and of their visiting wu crowned by Mrs'
Sunday School with the superintendent, Deacon .r at the 10.45 th* Baptist Ministers Wives
OVER 100 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM! a.m. service guests. Sunday achoo1apeu at Ruth Smith and was admonished
We Tate Deals When Others Refuse Cambridge, la charge.. The' morning service begins at 11 a.m., oa October n. 90S with Mrs. F. Donaldson, :to wear her crown with dignity Alliance wUl hold its first meetIng -

Credit Approved oa Spot with the deacons la charge( devotions. Covenant meeting Dr. A. Joseph Reddick win II r., as host superintendent and pride and always exemplify foUowiag vacation la ta*
ceremonies will follow. The communion will be administered speak on October to from the .1lyoVrostie Espy, principal th* qualities of horn of Mrs. Corbla, 1924 ..
at 3 p.m. Rt,....Glantoo.pastor,will speak.Mrs.. R. Lambert theme "Tbe Badge of Decency Forest ?srks5lementary womanhood endorsed by yoaag those Math, at 5.30 p.m. Mrs. David

R. S. EVANS weal be ,la charge of music. ," tad at 643 from the School wiiibe the stortf.Ing whom she represents Johnsoa will be ...".

1 II theme "Awwerlag the .Te Ipa. speaker. She will relga as "1Ier Mrs. C. I. Williams, president

GOOD SHEPHERD BAPTIST try'' Usher Board No 3 and The winner of the Little Miss Majesty" on Sunday, October be is asking all members to

Uf 3rd & MAINII Sunday School begins at MS. The moraing worship begins at Choir No. S will serve daring 'Women's Day contest will be 'tO, durleg th* observance of plans present for the couptetioaof

11 a... with the deacons charge. Rev. Garrison. pastor, win the day The Suaday crowned at J p m., whey the Dual Day by ta* Central Baptist for tile 34th anniversary -
oa Novea-ir
will apes at ':30 with Church 11. All wivestaSDodstaodii
II CORTnrrjEDOXPAGE 5 school JOUIIII.! present their pro membership, their,
10PENTILt:P.M.EL4-Ka2 '"JIT V. Rose and staff II charge. gram. friends and wettwishers. w-ltA-th Bap
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Gertrude Ward Rose From Ten-Cents-An-Hour Maid Job To Gospel Singer Fame




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and 100 together during the ate twenties, and he'd probably : : .. y HoldCelebntioiUnion
react with a blank itart. Ask Gertrude Ward, founder ot the. : : speak.: At S p.m.; Miss Myra Sill otMt Tabor's Choir Mo S win
world lemmas Ward Gospel Singers, and you'll get used the Community A. M. E. appear in concert, supported by the Christopher Knights Benefits
Inost inspiring stories of our eenturv.la Church's Women Day will be I will go for Dual Day, October 17. BTU begins at 6 p.m. and the
this' eaclt.the interview, October z7. a 11 h t evening worship at 7 p.m
the leading part in the anthem 'church
Mrs. Ward reveals for the first : Beaver anb EaVersoo
but Gospel? sing
tIlDe la print how 11M came to Everybody'' Street. and will feature services COLOSSIAK3 BAPTIST
but ? Gospel
be ailed ipmtos1ntb.Lords hymns me throughout the day Rev. R.J. Crawford, pastor win be the guest at an appreciation
praises as DO ClOt else alive singer? I \ Mrs Dora I.. Jenkins will be program on October ZO at I p... Sunday School begins at 9:30
"Mot after that
long was
has done. } guest superintendent of the Sun with the superintendent and teachers charge. The lesson win
lavlted to solo at
a
The beginning goes back: to Ebenexer sag Church day school at 9:30. Mrs. Patricia ', lit reviewed by the superintendent. The morning service begins

what seems u eternity ago. Women's Da Baptist. It was the: first on Clark will M guest teacher at 11 a.m., the evening service at 6 p.m. The pastor win deliver
For It was la 1927 that Girdtrade i Pa. representing Mt Zion it both sermons. Choir Mo. 1 and Other Board No. 1 will serve
time I'd ever alone and, a
Ward stood oa BM corner I did -Since I sung to Jesus ,A. M. E. Church: of the South throughout the day. The prayer service Is Tuesday at 7:30.

of 40th and Gerard Avenue la my poor broken gave heart,Be never* Fr side The church and the pastor win worship with Greater. St. Matthew

Philadelphia and wilted for the has left me alone, Since I did Mrs W. C. Meal will speakIn Wednesday night, October 23.
white folk to cone by sod pick for the homeland eternal start, the morning services Mrs
9 Black women for a day's Be never left ..'. .Tommle: Lee Wilder will serf MEW REDEEM BAPTIST
work. "Later, I was back at 40th F u ptstor-for-Ua-day. Mrs,., QUEEN BRUTON Women's Dar will be observed an day Sunday, October n.
"We were struggUng then," and Gerard watting for another Meal will be accompanied by Mrs. Queen Briton Is general Mrs. Birdie N. Stel"ID be chairman Sponsors and advertisements
reflects llrs Ward, "and I Job when I heard that same r, Mrs. E.. D. Simpson of Zion chairman f o r t h e will be reported October ZOo Sunday School begins at

would get ten cents aa -. voice IIi 'Sing My Gospel', ;Bope..Baptist, Mrs. Bernlce Women's Day celebration at 9 30 with Deacon Eunice Boson and teachers la charge The ,
And since tileD they'd only want Aid It said, this time, 'Why Games; of First Born Temple; Mew Bethel A. M. E. church. lesson will be reviewed by the pastor.Rev.E.L Morman. Deacons '
as to work a couple of hoars look for a Job when. you already >rrtreda the St Mathews Choir Mo 1Mrs. The church Is located at 3rd will be In charge of devotions the morning service at 11 aja 'I
each time they picked as op hive oneT J. L. Davis of Mt. Zion and Tyler. The celebration The choir and Usher Board No. S will serve throughout the day t

that'd only be to cents a day "Wen I dldat say a'word A.M.E, SonflTSide, Mrs Ver will be October tO. Rev Ellsha .with Mrs. Fannie Jackson in charge of music. Districts Ho. Sand
and that was what we had to n we were standing on that nell Taylor Mrs Mann Wright Jones Is pastorAPprecl.ted No. I will meet at 4:30 at the church The evening worship

eat on. comer right now, I'd show yon guest soloist,Mrs Bliachellm- begins at I p.m. Rev. Norman will deliver both sermons.
"I had pasteboard U my shoes how I turned around, crossed moos, Mrs Henrietta Dorsey* Prayer meeting and Bible study will be Tuesday night, the first

for soles, and I'd stand la the the street and took oat the hut i Ward Is one of the pioneers tithe field of gospel music' St. Joseph Methodist, Mrs. An beginning at ':30, the second at I p.m. The Women's chorus
snow, and It would soak through,' eight cents I had. I used six The Ward Singers have been world famous for many years. Mrs ale Mar Sims, Friendly Baptist wui rehearse each Wednesday night at 7.30 In preparation for
and my naked feet would be : the and Mrs Benlah Ramsey,Shi Women's Day.Greittr.
cents to catch the trolley ear Ward reveals a personal interview elsewhere on this page
on the crowd soaking wet. Bat trials and tribulations and the lob Baptist
successes, experienced daring
I was trying to mats a living' home.With the other two'cents I the long career: of the artists.. At I p m. the Junior Church New Hope A.M.E.
"Then I wu pressing clothes bought some white potatoes I will have charge of the pro-
In a eleaalac and dye place at tram with the Sunny Role Ooe.*
19th Street and Montgomery boiled. ate them that, with made water gravy-sad'V. oo St. Mittkiw A.M.E. Chirch'sWfHM's pet Singers and Miss Usa Glf- Cele.utes Anvil Diy Sudiy

Avenue (Philadelphia).That was bread, coffee or tee. But from fin, pianist, In chugs
u 1931. I heard a voice that that mi this I've had At. 1:30: p... the evening worship Evangelist Mary C. Christopher win be the principal speakerat
spoke to me so plats tt said, other day Job except that of singing no Diy Is October 20 will open with Mrs Tom the morning service ot the Greater Mew Rope) LICE Church,

'Go stag my Gospel and help ale Lee Wilder In charge. The 17th and Davis Sundry. October 20.
.. -
for the Lord. St Matthew AUE Church, 2072 Commjowealth, win hold
and of the Celestial : The for the day will cia Kuhr, Miss tisthSea*
save dying men women. But what of the people who annual Women's Day celebration Sunday. October ZOo Angels Mercy, programs
And I answered, "Lord, I to the WardSlngers Singers, and Choir No. I end t.i be replete with the participation wrist Mrs. Sylvia Levy, Mrs.
object) going The celebration will with teachers win be Mrs Mails
open "orter.muI. Am Blanford and Mrs A. Williams
local church
of
cant slag! of the u aim eom.antJww:
Into the world"and slngtog the ItIDda,School at 9:30.: llrs. Jones, Mrs. Ida Booker, Mrs.
The will betaken
"Then the lady who wu work appear. Rev N. McCray 1s clans and officials ottering
lag la back of .... said'Whoare Gospel clubs and such Disneyland places?u night Minnie L. BoUooaa "w.be Lola Williams, Mrs. MtdleWynch pastor. Mrs A. B. Boustoa'is 1 Mrs Eloise Edmund will be by Mrs Olivia Forest,
I guest superintended. Guest and Miss Viola labIaL Mrs. Alice Conway Mrs. Alberta
you talking tor told her wait jeporar.Simpson. guest superintendent In the
"I dont know If they've aceepted
Miss Barbara J. Jones win be
I heard bat added that I dlda't it not Philadelphia ItplldC.ofis Sunday School, opening the Wright and Irrs. Mood
by now or
says Mrs. Jeanie John
really think U was the Lord.At Mrs. Ward. that secretary. school at 9:33. Mrs EfllJIl.F(1f Barren. Mrs Annie P. Clayton
"They thought
son will review the lesson. Methodist II..t visitors. Mrs
Insisted that tt certainly will serve u organist and
Via went out into clabln'd Ever
we
Plus service wUl begin
could have ""L I'd always lII..allld The morning Miss Charlie Brooks will be Wiggins will make
U the choirs and I took be singing tau at 11 a.m. Mrs L. Mobley Stewards Give Guest teae.er."Wbe remarks.
sing secretory.
and rott. But .
rock "
n sing win the call to worship
Tie give
Mislcil musxal:
Night' Mrs Marlnda Mrs A will feature the
the ...songs la Deehlbl that with the opening ..,... Mrs. MRS. C. PETER-OS Tenant
service. Choir Mo. Zof
Lillian Knox Mrs.Florlne Benton evening
Speaker we sing U church. And it's Choir Mo. I of the win The ,
Phlladelphla -. Mary Glover pra, Program October 27 St Mark's Church and the
Mrs Locale M. Motley
woaderfal how they accept Church will present n re* combined! choirs of the church The members of the True ,
Gordon will .
Singers
Co sometimes cia Church's Church of the Living God will Mrs. Aria L. Peterson, Mrs. appear.Mrs.
staging even Tuesday night" October win sing during the service 11DpIOG.Wttho41lt Alvenlce McQueen will
Anita T. Garner and Miss Doris'
more than people do In church. it at 1p.m. Mrs Ophelia 1Ia"ardY111nd Stewards Board will present Its honor Missionary C. Peterson lead 'the hvmn. Evaagellst'
"I remember when we were The program 1s u follows the Scriptures Mrs. M. Wash annual program Smiday.tuber Oc. with aa appreciation program Pope Mra.EstenaMitcbenwUl Late M. Jones will -
In Oslo Norway, in a club and "Uft Everr Yoke and Sin "j,Ington will read the Decalogue. 17, oaring the morning on Friday, October SS, at I be the guest reviewer Mrs. Other participants at pray.night win
'
Shirley Harris wul present the
| everybody& was drlaklsg. Ot Scripture, Rev. J.WYJoiaTia' The mission l offering win betaken and ..tGIAI..nlctt. pm. Missionary Peterson ls bet Mrs. Ruby A. James Mrs
.I course, they'd never hard of Selection, cbolri "The Lori's by Mrs Esttba McGowan. Prank C. Copper, chairman the former Miss Cassandra D. guests. ,Mttlle McClojd Mrs,
; the Ward Singers. But when 'Prayer.led by Leroy Smith, Mrs. Mary Mealy will be the and Mrs. Florrye Mlxon, are Jake ot Jackson and Is the The morning worship begins Lewis Mrs. Geraldiae Homed Ruby

we began our first song we Jr., Solo, Mew R. Qetrttrsu-i, guest soloist.A IK*hit fryi"ft* In charge. John H. Burgess niece-of Mr. and Mrs Henry at 11 La. Mrs ZL. Tyrus Mrs. Eats U Dawtdn Mrs.
started teeing people taking led It.y llrs. A. Cstsw.U1Sob be led"'lira.WlnooaSampler. will speak U the morning Be Eke: The church Is located 'wUl serve as ptsDr-tor-the- Joyce L, ,
their glasses off the tables. and Mrs Evelyn Grant; Salo.Uri -- Mrs. Geneva Palmer win' Is u Instructor In agriculture at 1401 Tyler and 1s known day. Other pa.rtlcIpuIlYUI bet Jackson. Brown Mrs..Joanna.

i I potting them on the floor next Mary N.&\y present the speaker,Evangelist from Lake cur Fla. u Brooks Prayer Rouse All Mrs. Alberta Slmptx. Mrs Mrs. Erection Wiggins will be
"
i to their cs trL A medley:of: hymns,will got.low : AmtMa Anderson, The otter The !'Itenr4 of the Day" are Invited. E.lder E4U Peterson Emma L. GUlls Mrs. Ada chairman.'Mrs. Shirley Jenkins

; "W/es. fetturlng Mrs B, htaloM, lag will be taken by Mrs Anaie e nmt the"Steward of tOlllOl'raw". U..pastor lad.overseer. Brown, Mrs Ledessa Johnson? will b*.Cft-chalrmax.
wasn't a glass oa any table In Mrs. M. I.DklalIIId Mrs. Carte Flood, Mrs Dora Blake and will be crowned In the evenly. > Mrs Ka.laWl, Miss Paul tic.** .
# the place Everyone was listen* Booat. Mrs. Margaret
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7f (;f log strictly to the Ernest Sr. and Mrs. Peqoeno Green. '
and
(11 singing Davis Griffin Observations will be made by
11 .; t even started clapping their' Mrs. Ladle Darts and Mrs. J. Miss Ruth Barnes. Mrs. Susie mClilt IHHIIITEPOTATOES
hands You'd have Horace will U SHOP
thought you participate sir Sutton will present the visitors.
MRS DEISS LLIEANDEL were In a sanctified chuck era!timbers.Aipunt Remarks will be made by Mrs.Shunuksr. .
.I'. been that way everywhere ofthsjIsUorsvUlMmade.
llrs. Dew Alexander will ".'.' gone la the world. Mrs Rowan Quarter 49
be the speaker: at a calendar And when tt The afternoon service begins
coast to foul man Is president Mrs. IdetllaKlrby Bonlta Jones ::
at S p.a.wichMiss
tea Sunday, October 20, from
language, rve heard worse' la sad Mrs. Jeanette Boggs u the speaker. %
4toIp.mla.BsITthird some churches than Pve ever will serve u organists. Rev.
at7pm.
of the Lhlng God, beard la any algid club.. We' I, W.Johnson 1s pastor The night. service begins will bar '
14th and GroathaL The public sang la Las Vegas for threeyears Participants "SIUI.RIRIT" lilly InUII REEF
la Invited. St Matthew choir Mrs. WUlle, \\\\;
St.SMN'sB.fKs1Plus
we never, four once times heard a night a curse, and Brown Mrs. CaiLertn Ales A : \; IRIKE ill)
Ells Simmons
St. James A.M.E. word. Bit After alder Mrs. ,Annie Mrs. McMetl, Miss, t CHUCK ROAST 48I

'1 would rather sing in a club. Addle Andrews, Mrs Marp .
Lists Program Per sober than U a church drink Service Program Alexander, Mrs Mildred Wily
u some Gospelsiagcrsdo.We'r.sspposedtob.repre.
St Stephen's Baptist's seams Windy Gibson, Jeanette
Christ,And brand congregation wOl pas giveu Matter, Mrs. Charlotte Smith, '
senting
AiiiilWoHei'sDiyCouncUwomaa preachers Mrs. Mildred Williams Mae I *
aren't sqppoeed to go Into the after service program Oc* {t
Andrews Mrs bit
Dorothy
tober to for District Mo. I ,
: f a 11 yeUathls pulpit] drunk or sit around In
.la Mt Ararat Baptist Church. Pridgeon Mrs. Ida Scott Mrs.
will be the speaker tor their studies with whiskey but
Deacon C. Caimlngmm Is lead Mae J. Jones, Mrs. Willie M..
Mew St James A.M E.Cburch'lWomen's 'we find that golag oa Tet they4sun '
Day oa Sunday, November want to criticise the Wardtligeri er. Rev. D J. Graham Is pas will Albany.make Rev.remarte.UllL7&JllllLII Eagene. Mobley. ; .

10, at 11 a.at.Women's for .lltac Is I tor.
Day services win + .
be held at the church through* "The Bible says 'Go ye Into
od De dal. ', all the "01'14UII that*s what
Mrs hUttls rift be presented Christ told aUklsdiselpUsandpreach )

'by Mrs. Charles Breaks, the Gospel to every
librarian, llrs Willie U mature. Be that beUeveth and
Smith,'Matron of Temple chap.ter is baptised shan be ant Be

No. 60, will be soloist that lit 11 n.t. not shall. be
Mrs Bartle Puny Is g nralchairmufortheday. /famnaH.' H-
?
llrs "And Be didn't stop there. A
Lynette Brawls' co-chairman.. little farther over In lake Be
M rs. Harris will be pastor IIi, 'Co,. onto the......and
Jv:-th..dai..Ms.'Eva Guy: to the highways tad compel them di 111111 '
too will be coordittator of acttvltle to come, that my house shall be

*. Mrs. Guyton prta. filled', And I believe we have .
cJpal of the George Wasting.. reached outandlouchedasmaay -- ,

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I' Atlanta Negro High School Grads Revealed As Having Only Sixth Grade Knowledge I



Palitka Siigoof Great EHHitk Grade Noire Surfeits

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NEWS .1 .. .---,.....-.. 'C .,,'M"7' :f' ,: f; .. .. Fur Grades lekiit, Whites"

Tbt Annual Parents Report Card Night Is scheduled October .' 7_, .. -. .. 1'LANT'nit' average Atlanta Negro high school graduate,
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tl. On that night all parents art invited to the Central Academy ,. ',, !"" ..... _.... ..- ... / .according to Robert Tove, director of the Better Schools of
High School open bows to pletllpOlelreh1Jdrtl" first ear weeks 4 '! ,/ Atlanta, comes oat of school with little more than t sixth or'
report cards. Parents will bare time to talk wife teachers and seventh grade education to otter words, even though he Is a
administrators u to the children's progress Mrs Louise If.Osgood .,. graduate and has his diploma, he really should be In the sixth
and Willie J.Seabory are guidance< : directors. .or seventh grades,without a diploma.
This discouraging piece of behind the whites n read
H r C.Dtra1eadem7 Highiights the Central Academy Bandogs information was reveaua by rear Ing. By the time they reach
win put out Is first football team, will be host to Mr. Tare In a pressconterenceheld the eighth grade, they. art rourftU'
edition during Homecoming the strong Grooms Panthers of I recently here daring which behind.
Week, November 20-22. The Sanford on Friday October II bt called attention to the The committee recommends
Homecoming Game will be at Booker Park "The C JL Ban r "shocking Inequities" In Atlan remedial action Tbe committee
against the Howard High Wild dogs art DOW 2-1 on the season, ta'. city schools. Plans were also recommends the Intro-1
Bills, November U. holding victories over Harris Aryf Bade for reporting with the dnetlonof Ar -AmUltu'
Eleven"D" homeroom, wider of Hastings and Drew of Winter school board at a subsequent 'studies.
i the sponsorship of Mrs. Rosa Garden, while dropping the encounter Meting. -
1 K. Ragsdale Is planning great with Fessenden of Beyond that, according to the Illinois Siprwe
.I things for the school months Ooh ,Read Coach WOlard E. director, ofttUnes no more than
....ct Officers have been Cooper states that the team Is lour books are distributed to
selected. They art AMa. ready to' go after a week's each pupil in a Negro school. Coirt UpfciUsAitiBiis '
1 Walker president; Jeffle Asia, lay-off. On the other hand a white :
vice president; Hubert PoUte, The Central Academy MarchIng stendent might receive more
second vice president; Rosa Bulldogs pot on an extra than SO books for his use. Rile
Denagal, secretary. Blinehe good snow at tile Drew-CX Statistically, Mr. Tire,
Boyd, assistant secretary;Phyllis game, Tbe band, under the direction revealed that Negro-pupil extpenditarts SPRINGFIELD, OL-(NPQ-
Fells, treasurer; Alfred of Abram Alexander, r are between S40 and ,The state's power to bar real
Essau, chaplain.; Jackie Ed- will present a Dew half-time tr $160. Two hundred or more estate brokers and agents from
wafds, urgeut-tt-arms; and show' at tilt C.A-Crooms pme. dollars art allocated for each discriminating la. the sale or,
Carolya Johnson, bislaessmanager. The C.A. Band, director, officers white "11.This Is for furniture' rental of property has beta
Clifford Howell, members,and parents; and equipment. Eighty-four per, upheld by tilt Sate Supreme
Pearlstlne Simmons, Shir ley are Indeed grateful for the fine cent of black schools have Court. The ruling overturned
Smith, Mary Cromley, Carolyn response given. the neighborhood furniture and equipment valued the Sangamoo County Circuit
Williams, Mtretda Brown, march for fads. "The final at' less than $100 per pupil. Court's Injunction against state
Lulls Rattle West, Helen report wu H 59.60. Abram Only SI per cent of the white action to bait housing bias The
Woodward, Alaona Hall and Alexander and Joe Marvin wertIn ; schools can be recorded la Injunctions bad been obtained
Marvin Fowler are serving oa charge The Pa:;tka Sing Oat- group, under the dlresUoa of WUllam Bryant, Louise uranam. mrott welder, Roger Fisher, Namaa such t status by 40,117 statelicensedbrokers
various committees.Nathaa 'The C.A. Student Cornell Is J. TurnbuU, music director at the Palaika Senior High Sch.,' Taylor Ehrorth Bowtu Clifford BowtQ and Mike Bassaard. Mr. Tire said that W percent and agents. The top
Taylor and Janice again sponsoring the Miss Central pet an excellent performance at Central Academy last week. The Student council, H.O. Gin, advisor and Harold Hobbs, of black teachers can be court' ruling empowers the
Williams were selected u Academy contest Information Central Academy students wen are part of the group Include Curriculum Specialist, Is responsible for baring lilt group found m predominantly Negro state to combat homing discrimination .
student representatives for the and pictures of the Debra Milton, Larry Brown, Dane Edwards, Loretta Davis, appear at Central Academy High.World schools Likewise, 17' per cent by administrative
'Student Council. candidates will appear la a Geneva To race, po.Robinsoa Betty Bryant. LawrenceIndeifoi of all elementary pupils can be action, la tilt absence of statewide -
Phyllis Fells and Rattle West subsequent edition of this paper. found within schools with fewer open.oceapallCf legisla
are candidates for Miss C A.M One of the Student Council School News Digest than three teachers of another
Ssperlnte oat
attendant and Mary Cromley proJKttllu been the development race. Only two schools boast
was chosen u class sweetheart of U m card system for KEGRQ'PRESS: DOTJ3N/ jfe'UL of'more than six teachers of
with Milton u her escort Elsie each student Each student has Agrees Te Remove Anti-Rice leek STEPS DOWN *" other races.
Keys and Doris Bradsbaw! are a plastic coated card that hast -MPI-SIDet March, 1M7-4, rears six months Most of the flegro students
reporters for this das*. recent photograph, a student BRADEOT01Y The powerful Hutnis Relations Council ofBradenton ago-Gastoa McnnerrUto has bees Pre foe* olUbe French are DOW attending: .0-11 I.c t Uoe.iCI
The 21 numbers of'E, under Dumber, sad other identification told the superintendent schools of Manatee County Senate, and thus the possible! successor to awafttCa ulle If schools and few la schools
the sponsorship of Mrs. E.K. data that aa "experimental' manual portraying the Negro laaa the fiery old maa ever vacated the office.However, MonnervQle with taken Integration. Only 4.6"ptr
Pifikney are very proud to hear The Stat Cornell electedthe unkind light mad be discarded imm dlatey. BOW 71, decided\ against being a candidate for reelection when 'rt* ar. IB schools acceptable
the DIm .Freshman" fo: the following officers for the Dr. Jack Davidson, superintendent Tbt superintendent said that his term sxpirtd recently." staunch aatl-Guafflst liberal,be u Integrated schools
term IN..... The class wu 1941-69 school years Jesse met with the co-well be would return to the old and DeGs.lee have beta on the "outs" for some time. Negroes are obliged to attend
organized and officers elected. Johnson, president tavern last and schools with larger
; Monday night attempted textbook Rt objected to articles elementary top i bill jm trttnrII
Danny Croonu, presldnt;Leon Wright? vice president. Linda to explain the plan behind the STUDENTS REACTWELBOURNE,1Amstralh classes and larger first cradtc1a..IAdIttI..rtntboob. _
Johns, second vice president Udtrvoo, secretary Bobble use of the book which mentionedwhile dally. prlated la a Florida (MPI) Students at the Mom! tarns fci i fill .
Barbara Miller, first vice president Miller, chairman Finance chickens and black Members of tat ttalversity art DO different from belt coaaierparU la other "There Is less playground area tar s..4 Aw.' T4-IM
dissenting air let I Frf Ct:
; Cynthia Ellis, secretary Commltee; Dane Edwards, chickens and which stated that committee themselves parts of the world when U comes to expressing their disgust la Negro school setups. Negro
; Barbara Blvlas, chairmaa Student Appearance God nude separate races with frankly expressed and wlth.trueOt' at the whim .*rt_:, policies govtrament. When: Australian perils la fourth grades are a :2.LM14104455SISTER 4
treasurer; Patricia aa,' Committee; and Charles tilt Intention that they remain Typical remarks Immlgrattoa Minister Billy Satedea told students recently that
reporter; Kenny Neal,. ser Greene, chairman Election so. "I know what went .'Asians and black people art Dot wanted la Australia," be was
nant-ai-aras and Chanle Commute Dr.Davidson himself s-dallied would happen U greeted by boas and hisses Since March, )951, the country hit IESSIE
Mack, chapiala.Barbara Joe Marvin's sophomore Eng that Frank JC1tUt"ttDtAlf&4e you material presented.tilt schools Black Panther bad a rebuff Immigration law permitting entry of eonwhltts She will read your entire life-pastcretentand
lurks was cbosu as lish class has publishedamimeogrpbedaewspap teacher, mlglit! have made< a discussion might be Cat V'Tals; la u1aL.gro on a limited buts.FOdCEDQE rsmri.'She asks DO question W !m IS J3what
class swwtbtart, aad.CynihJaCilia : "bt4..c. olt,.". De said that lay you want to know, giving dates and facts of
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was selected as the 111. Build* Journal. It'll bodtlefll.W" b'pAatdCid'tothe I lf1Ar70j) ".i J '1'1 )9
eaadldite for Uiaa Football. "real tine eBort by tilt students. pupils agala. Eight Negroes and only nit Negro out." I would gel op JOlUU1XEi9l,-.CNPQ -Forced registration of blared t 1tp Iqit art:Tits as=VU 11"
Linda Bennett ud Frederick The second edition Is doe next at the meeting questioned tbt voters currently underway la South Africa preparatory to tbt marry and wbta the o eyoulohm true what
Dr. Davidson ,
Btawtt are representatives to week. advisability of using such fenstrt much of wts tile oo tlaw Oat.des selection of a Coloured Persons Representative Council The to do lobs successful.Will reunite the separated, I
the Student
Council. material. reglstratloa began September 11, and lasts mstU'December 17. locate absent friends and relatives, and canst
All coloured pe-aons, male and female, over the lit of 21 art bappintss between man and wore Helps make .
required\- to register, wider pals and punlshmut aad/o convktion. up lovers' quarrels Tens U sickness and bad .'
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w .- luck art natural enemies, or U there 1s aa em m- m-
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visit will repay you for disappointments la all '
others ShtwTIl
Once you know LIB AXA-(NPQ-Newspaper, mergershave come Zambia, fad your W. Ub U gook:, put ale 1Ittp>; yea oat II yet
with merger of tile Times and Zamtla and Zambia"__ !TROUBLEI Come *"* see why u.
unhappy when
.w published by the Zambia Publishing Company, Ltd Tbt merged ;.wrtrything seems to go wrong Why be ad and tewnhtarted.,
one extension costs :;;J group win produce a daily newspaper and a Sunday or bl-weekly sick and wonted when you caa be helped 1DII."fJC1DC....
patttratton. Editorinchief of tot pew company it Dastaa Kama, cUar by coasatting TRB GIFTED MEDTUM.
Everybody wtlomt.
less than nickel formerly Zambia Uormatloa director NO MAIL ANSWERED. I make DO house oUt Donl-
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COOP FREETOWN CHIEF CVUTCD::.. Andrew Ca11aIIu 01 US '!, 1/2 mat from City. of Callahan, nor'"
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t r' k mote from the turquoise' and emeralds with and emerald beads; gold plated

role of"compl meat"toamor antique gold wire sterling snails set with 'g !: :: '
'dominant role of "pull Not chic,but darlng..are belts emeralds; whales with eyes of 1ri-4. .
together" for Fan. of twisted silk rope with bangles rubies, mice I with sapphireeyes
The prestige belt continues to of semi-precious stones by ; turtles and love birds!. .....fie
be significant, spotlighting the Giorgio dl SaintAngelo.The A handbag enameled in green
"walst".J nnlng the gamut "Big" and bold earring closes with four entwined gold :
.from the wide, wide corset is the thing, swinging with and diamond snakes;-bat, & Nkc
style to the narrower, Jeweled rings of rhinestones, gold, lacy handbags for Fall win be I. -
enameled rope-and on coats, snowflakes and cascades of larger.. I I. a pleated handbag _
et Jackets, dresses and pants... flowers., double hoips of gold in forest patent by Eugenit .
looped: used and knotted with and 'rhlaestonesbutton Buchner, expands to offer more 6:
rhinestones, pearls, mesh,lay earrings in rhlnestones,carved room. swinging from the
era of glittering stones-doable emeralds, Jet and pearl .but for shoulder or hooked autos
ropes of pearls, caught with bedtime sparkle, it's the mini- leather belt, Is the Western .S
starbusts of rhlnestones. clip sleep earrings! look. .Pony pouches come la'
a Carlo Palatal, on the Via Bor- Bracelets bangleI..Jor evenIng suede, are fringed and closed .'
gognona designed a belt for they are liberally studded with a drawstring. the money' .'
E aLL both males and ferns that can with stones...shimmering with belt bag slips on the bell and IW
be slung around the hip bones pearls and are of enamel or snaps closed.
: .' ... .. and cornel In the popular gold, sliver. .Battle Carnegie textures For evening, shoulder bags .
YORK (PC) For the play |lrl to feel In her best mood, and sliver. sliver squares and studs are velvet with babble beads AHi
here 1< a beach ensemble which will make beads torn. There's Gerard Pipart at Nina Rlccl them with rows of topas. and gold weaves or rhlnestones.
more pow to it because of Its da tiling Dower print. For tropical wraps the"bust"Intopasruby, Large dazzling clips pun With city pants, bags swing A
ncations, a magenta and white flowered print bikini comes witha aquamarine and pearls.To together halters and gather with long shoulder straps lathe
frilly, long-sleeved cover-up to match. Printed flower sun- wind around black evening waistlines on after-five wear. brightest eolors..Jn the
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... most girls are), make the cake and finish cooling on racks.
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5 cups (1-8 ox.pkg) bow-tl. 2 tablespoon flour coming It will tty
macaroni: cooked 4 cop chopped onions Frosting.
14 2 112 ox.I bottles Champale 1 cup chopped green pepper delicately moist because It's an
10 frankfurters 1 clove garlic,minced old-bshloned tatter cake.Tang Tart Orange Flavor Frosting
2 beerbouillon cubes 1 teaspoon Worcestershire Instant Brt :fut: Drink (hres 1-1/1 cape sugar
1 tablespoons water sauce the cake Its lovely orange Qatar 1/4 cup orange-flavored Tang
2 butter Ii teaspoon pepper *
U teaspoon thyme and color. Instant break st drink
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frankfurters and simmer for 1 nte minutes Remove frankfurters tofts prefer their coffee piping Dash of salt
a from liquid, cool and cut each Into Are pieces. Continue cookingchampele hot with cake, you might also 1/J cup water I
until reduced to half the amount Measure one cup '" offer a choke of Iced coffee 2 teaspoons light com syrup
and set aside.Dissolve the weather Is hot And light
beef bouillon In boiling water. Add butter and flour, if 1 teaspoon santln'Ccmb1ne
stirring until smooth: pour Into skillet. Add the reserved cham ; sleepers such as motbers>inlaw sugar and Instant
pale,onions, green peppers' ,g*rlic.orcestershir sauce,pepper ,rt. will bless} you if you hire breakfast drink la top of double
and Cook until smooth and slightly thickened.Stir decaffeinated coffee amiable}
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relaxed way for ft new bride to entertain. Orange 11/1 CISJM sifted cake floor thoroughly mixed. Tan place
-Low Oriental Dish tufl; .1g ft special occasion! cake that tastes like spring >-!/! teaspoons dotf4e.ctiog over boiling water and beat
Like sVmsny Chine mail oisaes thls'txotle entree is tatty and looks like a party. Orange-flavored Instant breakfast baking powder 'constantly with rotary beateror
filling and nutntious while bring remarkably low In calorie: drink gives the cake Its lovely pastel color I/I teaspoon salt at high speed of electric
"Shrimp and Green Beans,Chine**" It a tempting mJlang of 1/4 teaspoon baking soda mixer 7 minutes, or until
the two principal intredienta with mushrooms onion and celery. l/l cup batter or margarine frosting will stand la rUfl peaks,
I SAUCE It's seasoned perfectly with chicken bouUUoo and soy sauce Cereal Treats Fill The Bill 1-1/4 cups pr stirring frosting up from bottom
The beans called for In the recipe are the tend.r-frm pole 1-1/4 cops orange-flavored
and sides of occasionally
beans grown In Oregon and Washiniton and canned tinder numerous For After-School Snacks breakfast drink pan
t tablespoons mayonnaise labels Whenever you are planning low-calorie meal, figure stank with robber scraper, spatula,
1 tablespoon chopped parsley only 60 calories per Mb. can for the** versatile beans. 2 eggs
Dashpepp.r : Don't let It become 'a chore to keep something tMon hand ) tablespoons milk Remade from boiling....ttr. I
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sensible! cereal There I alas For ft very smooth and satiny
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Black Businessmen, Tradesmen Launch Out On Self-Sufficiency Projects



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THE COllEGE STUDENT SPEAKS I Supre.es -Stuutsmeu.Biug's Guests Nero Iriistriilists Seek


.;1 j I BY NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL IAa # S. Pvrchise Of Ucil_ Coiceri

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I old saying has it that him whoa the gods would destroy, they ] lT4.r and tradesmen are
Black businessmen
a MIAMI (NPO -
first make mad.
In three
V o. this country U OB Us way to destruction, )Judging by the. showing the way to .self-sufficiency Independence

stillness thai characterises this year's Presidential elections.B em.l.zl .
I' ls an election year. la which everyone seems !o be running Miami, a group of black predominantly Negro contractors -
from the
I for sheriff, according to Sin Francisco's Mayor Joseph Alloto. businessmen beaded by Horace and bullde.is
..bit lilt Jaw-ud..r lant 1110 pndomlDlDt II the Presidential W. Morris clWa&Ia1DCtonD.C.. bolding trades In the area.
campaigns that sometimes,I think we should hare Bomioated am negotiating for the purchase The Interracial Council for

Marshal Dillon," he C quips of the ,Oottr Bag Company. Business Opportunity Is aldJig

TO U all.* u election year innwhich a Vice Presidential( A $350,000 grant from tIt: the new organisation, which
eaadldate haabeeaacctsedof& Poles and the Japanese f Small Business Administration'% seeks protect thecraftsmea'stnterestt

Is t yew IB vbieh some political hopefuls are unabashedly 'helping the businessmen buy and prepare them for
exploiting racial fears. the IIa1f.mU UOD-doUar firm. entry into the mainstream c!

XTM Barry Goldwater d4 not stoop to that low level Whatever f' i The company, said to be one the building economy
'one may have dill about Us eonservaUve ideology, his.was a. of the finest cut sad sew operations KBO is providing client consultant the-
with
Presidential campaign oa ,behalf of tree-enterprise capitalism, la the area, holds govern services
r willstructure
aDd
act nella.I N ment contracts to make service Individual contractors

I Bit ta this year's election, emotionalism, fear, end hatred uniforms.The an educattonalcoarse
enable them to
loon astbedecldingtacters. The candidate who can, by InmendJ, acqulstioa by the Morris! designed to
ante the biggest boceyaua out of the black mu will probably group will provide opportunities better compete with wbite-
wla for about 400 persons to lean owned Or ms.

All the Presidential contend trs are preaching"law aDd order"- Job skills under a $750,000 The new organization is particular
Labor Department grant to train ly e o a c e r sad about the
AS If they could do much about It.
Local police officials and sheriffs at least have the authority the hard-core unemployed problem of bonding Negro
to hold down civil 4stvba.r.tl. But the President has no such This is believed to be the first contractors and builders. ABC
hopes to remove the banding:
time black
businessmen have
I powers, for the Constitution males: him eommtnder-lnchlef ofOIIaUoa' obstacle from black: tradesmen
entered Into the
armed forces art a VS. "chlelof.pollee"He garment ,.
seeking to participate In construction
I has the power to stop Insarrectlons, but not the aothortty. .industry In New Orleans on a large sale work In urban renew
I to intervene In tavern brawls and demonstrations that get out of known a neworganlration al areas aDd on governmeatbuildings.
Associated
hand These are local problems out of the President's purview as .
I Y Builders and Contractors of
Aad they are lot essentially his business.+
t Bet OMSC problems ARE the business o! the church, the home, Louisiana has. been formed by

and our local communities, which have the power to discipliner
Service Will Grow
Rekaetas Air
r ctvUlse persons affiliated with them. .
As the nation's: Chief. Executive does not have the power
CONTINUED OH PACE 14 As Wleter-TIMe Tourism Moves


'' r The valum of international sir trams to
: NASSAU, Bahamai-
Your professional beautician Diana Ross and the Sopremes itteraity tate over a Westera town business manager of the group And, according: SmUh: the; and from the Bahamas will reach! so :anpreced is'ed: peak this

knows the answer... when they sing "High Noon" oa "The Burg Crosby Show," a opportunity was not long la coming Several weeks ago the group winter It Is spearheaded by the biggest aagmatatla of scbedobs:
musical-comely. special: to be colorcast oa the NBC Television was spotlighted) on a network news ow"awtMancut .and capacity that Pan Ann-lean; Airways has ever offered this
Network Wednesday. October tl. Thanks for the take over" executive producer of"The Blng Crosby mart: archtoelajo aa Increase of 50 per cent.
Can your hair be damaged goes U part to a recently organised squad of Negro stuntmen who and contacted the group to appear in the special "We have S3 Most of the alne major air oeTwm nassau and Miami
accentuate the sringingSnpremtspertormaace by faflingOff their mentors, BOW, aad nine of as are in the show," Smith said "And, carriers serving the Bahamasare wise Nassai
'chairs, crashing through windows: and soaring from various roof u a d. ect result of oo. work oa the Crosby show our meminrs and two a week between
also introducing expandedschedules
alone
from ? Jamaica.
brushing tops oa the Western set at Paramount Stall os. "The Black are working In two marina: right BOW and other television U sad
and, subject!: to On December!: 2 BOAC willeomauce
Stuatmen's Association of hollywood was launched last year to offers are being considered "The Crosby show U the best thing censing authorities' fleet New Tork
train Negroes as stua-'men." reported Eddie Smith founder lAd that ever happened to us," be concluded. dally
All hair become damaged from exposure to sun and natural approval, win be Joined by Freeport-New Tork services,

element Certain greasy compounds many chemicals. National Airlines. The Utter virtually doubUng the capacity
properly used alto take their toll...not to mention simple attempts To Foreign fields. .nt.rtalnm.nt Huom And Cries has applied for a route between for flights into the Bahamas
at beautifying the hair with any brush' not mad of Seattle and Nassau using from the USA.

natural bristles.:The reiuitf art brlttlenett; breakage, dry and "stretched-ost"
this
LONDON ROOT STAR as be appeared"at the Plata INlgbt TRIBUTE Boeing Eastern Airlines plans
,, 'tooIUI'IINlr. : CHICAGO (NPO Carl 1I1.m. Jets winter to launch duly instead
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Your processional beautician knOWS'how artificial, bristles. ,; "Fatha" Bines will be the star While with the his elght'B&a NEW YORK .- (lC PI) A Wben Dayllghjt Saving"Tim. of weekly flights to Nassau
actually brush ay a great deal of the "lubricants" of the hair at the Londoa Supper Club solid group group provided dusting tribute was paid to the' eats October 17, "Pa from Philadelphia and Balti

that give It body juttrt and protection.. And trained beauticians U downtown Chicago until backing Show "it was clearly. late composer Billy Strayhon Anxrlcaa's six eights a day more At present Eastern
"Ramp's
claim that nothing beats Clairol condition* Beauty Pack Treatment October U, when be ends a o! "Flying, u Rome"the composer displayed recently by Duke Ellington and between Miami and Nasal will operates seven daily flights
for overcoming brittienen. dryness and breakage three-week engagement. his his orchestra and a host of be augmented with extra BoeingJet tees Miami and Nassau,

leaving hair \\i\-e't.nd' easy to manage" condition* Is an easy.to- Called the father of the )Jau drums and wliardry at the on the other Internationally-famous 707 sections to Increase making connections with routes

work-with creme which can even be applied during a chemical piano, the Internationally He also vibraphone. artists with whom Bill was available seats by 30 per teat to other U.S. cities, aDd eight
straightening retouch to prevent drying of hair that has been famous instrumentalist and sang associated daring his lifetime 'These will be operated to at* flights oa woekeads

previously relaxed, condition Is the ultimate repairing deep. former orchestra leader also SALUTECHICAGO The occasion. was a benefit comiDdate the demand la the Air Caaada will serve
down damage. And. when time Is a factor for their customers, credited with helping develop concert at the Lincoln Center peak holiday pul04..1DaMiUOIo Cinalaa: c'tles witaianigbt.
NPI
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hairdressers turn to new Clairol1 Hair Dew*-the 'lotion toncll.I many topJllght ousiclans and I Elvu Jose-Trio played-a. to raise funds to finance a an. extra night will a vest to the fii'iam this
concert
I tioner that penetrates so fast many think of It as an Instant singers, Jbch ai Diary GUI..- recently dedicated to the permanent scholarship !ahonorof depart Nuns every Saturdayat winter, introducing the DCI-

," conditioner, When applied regularly by your beautician Clairol pie the late Charlie PuktrBUt memory of the late great Sirs/torn for deservlagscents IMS p.m. jets vim 19C passenger seats.
; Hair Dew adds body, softens and gives a glowing new I look to Eckstlae and SarihYaugK saxophonist Joni Course, at the Julllard School A new weekend flight from From November 3, British

your hair that many friends will notice and admire./ London Bouse engage- Jones, considered the No I of Music Joining EUlngtu'lnthe New fort to Nasai and Fr... Eagle International will operateonce
Damage can come from using brushes with artificial bristles. tribute to the composer of port Grand Bahama win
t menu are isally limited to drumnm in Modem liar Circles Duke's << a week instead of once: a
But to woman's hair from immortal theme sang, 'commence October n Fridays .
damage comes other
every so many two weeks each and his bassist Jimmy on fortnight package tour flights
causes that .human\ hair (Including wigs) needs to be revitalized -, "Tike The A Train, were Saturdays and Sundays, between Nassai aDd Lend*
Garrison both ,
FEXNELL played under
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BERNARD J. ( : ; Lena Borne, Tony Bennett, Lou
Visit the schedule
beautician
periodically. your professional and ask ARTSTRTNEW becoming dally
for the
Course, who died la Applications are pending
this expert to check the condition of Nlr.Onl1)'OUt' July Ruts Joe Williams, Clark 1 on December II.
your TALLAHASSEE Fla. Ber- TORK-NPO-.Thu 1IS7. The other member of Eagle grab to opea new routes
Terry and Ray Nance amenj
professional beautician knows the for Pan American's Nassai and
answer sure artistry of baadleader-lnstr- from Nassai to London
the trio U serve
nard J. FenaeU, a graduate of a tenornua Joe others. -
1 t ca.w.l1ftC.. aN' Cove r of tIPolftc! 'TM Florida AIM University the mentallst Lionel Hampton was FarrelL The Mother Blues Club ..Freeport Ihrk."klfUPta four Urn*i a week New fork
; son of Yr, Namon Fennell. 419 very much on display recently was the site of the eon ert.Irv BGGAMS OUTSTANDING to Washington! become dally on twice dally, Toronto oae.da.1l1.
Harley Street, Orange Put, 'PHILADELPHIA (NPI) January t, 1969.These schedule Miami! sis times dally aDd Jamaica

'Fhu, has been nam.d to the I' The ,dancing and acting increases provide II depart three times awash _
Foreign Service of the United of Broadway-television star ares a day to aDd from points Mackey international Air Taxi
\ Sates Re was sworn ia at a ;e JN PHONE 75SISO Leslie Uggams were described in the Bahamas to Miami has begin daily round-trip
ceremony held In Washington u outstanding by critics who Washington: New fork and connecting flights between Fort Laaderdala

D.C. The Honorable Leonard AL'S UPHOLSTERY ,I "covered" the show, "Her points throughout the and Treasure Cay Abaeo-.Saa

Jack Wilson'sPerfect H. Marks, director of the Ucited First Romu", at the Shubert world. Andros, Aadros aDd GeorgeTown
' States Information Agency was ., Theatre. Tu Miss V II a... British Overseas Airways Enm*. Plans have been
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the principal speakerMr. DECOII tau plays Cleopatra and Richard Corporation steps up Us services announced for raters scheduled

i Seal Fennell received this appointment kIJe,, Caesar ia the play which December IS with an extra service from West Palm Beach
t one critic panned as lacking flight from Nassau to Jamaica to Treasure Cajr end Androj<
Awning ft Window after highly successfullycompleting competitive At TIESUMT 55BJ |j. 111 AYEIU ia depth but long on OIlI lieall. and u a.4I1UaGal: flight from Town, from Fort Laaderdale to

witten and oral enm1IIa11oaa. MiNUEE "Her First Roman" is a tree- Nassau via Bermuda to London.. Eleutbera the Berry Islands,,
2973 N.W. 17 Ave. The Foreign Service of the MIAMI FIOIIBA 33127 styled musical adaptation of BOAC currently runs eight Cat Island and Long Island.

United States is a George Bernard Sbaw..Cu- services a week between New aDd from Miami, to Emma Ca:
ME 5-6844 HE 5-4388 career fort and Nassau' six week
professional corps of men and sac and Cleopatra"HELP a Island, LOGII&1ud. Elenthcra,
women who are selected and between London and Nassau, Abaco aDd Aadros.
k trained to carry oat the fo.-eiga HARVEYSWIGS FIGHT CANCER WITH 1 I three a week between Bermuda ,A fleet of tarbo-prop 15passenger -
I and Nassau one aweekbetweeffNassai
Beech 93 aircraft
policy of our nation. Within a A CHECKUP AND A CHECK aDd
tew Yt.w. Mr, Fennell will Mexico three a will be used< to service these

5 be assigned to a position with _t Now AMO uco CAKFCT *..Ruse routes.
r-- an Embassy or Consulate; ia UMOLCUM *L .sills The Bahamas is also served

one of the 1U countries with; 'us by Northeast Airlines, Qantas .
I f-'aceiHctlw,' which the United States maintains 4419 NW 17 Ave 9X116X9 uo SPECIALS 1111 U.9S Bahamas Airways and. pending

diplomatic relations or UX1S 1J.95 final licensing ai roval. International

Awning Windows with the Department of Sates Air Bahamas.

MIIIIO + Washington, D.C. Miami. Fla 33141'Wkeksele' ,LINOLEUM CITY .REWS.SHORT

MULE STRENGTH CUSS Mayor Haider SPECIAL Cut To Tour Room SUe .

IOn EXTRUOED SCREEN .' .. l i Ser' ABMSIBONG Cushioned Floor Now $Z.OOATard Sixty young fiam<.ip boathe
.* EXTRA IOn OPERATOR Confers' Crilicha .5ilvnat remote Out bland of Inaguahave'Joined
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NWU LOCK ON EACH YEn -1 MAMAl rsr.
MI feathered
: \ \ Oi Sex Stud. + S MRS.. HAK comrades at Nassai's -
Ardaatra Gardens where
t. ,1PLACL I II CART (NP%) Is Mayor Order. Dirtct..li h nl' trainer Hedley Edwards trains
THE CADILLAC OF WINO' Richard Batcher too soft oa en't Lose our Hair" the birds to march like soldiers
prostitution' : 'li Piciitt.JII 111 % Bun lilt

fMl CUEMEIT 01 CLASS JALOUSIE Denying charges that he .is, UsePAL'S

Sl5JviilliM! ? l. 10111 the mayor countercharged that A S7M5 lain Fir Oil J1I.J5 S1 ER-Gt0

I (I WINNNW. $). coaruml ,IST&UID $39500NO city coucH memters are Get DIGNITY
"hardly in a position to complain 51 lit. lrhr Nil......
to) loudly" about prostitution Hair Conditioner I
MIAMI-(lfP!) -Sating: that
DOWN PAYMENT because they have ...BIIEI UT... minority students should not be

reported cut bis budget t 1, J 'ltillk _,, $130drdsr r forced to accept symbols of
inquests for new policemen r \ "51&
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;i NR AWLS frt'I1l'-f "Our" police are spread very RAM : ': e the degradation of Camca
I thin, said Batcher, who asserted
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AtE personality President
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that prostitution hasoetaredaced AIIDRESI .
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King of Miami .
THE lEST AVAILABLE GET OUR ia Gary although aot ., I banned the University Confederate recently

PRICE BEFORE YOU BUY eliminated. crrr--..__.._.._ZIJI ITATE.COLOBI. h. flag aDd the playing "Dixto": '
The mayor was answering y Center at
I public activities of the. Sat -
NO DOWN PAYMENT charges by Councilman John BIt mm nra. -A.-- stltitlon. Approximately IN
Amenta aDd others that he had AB Wmtf Colors Add410.00..Jtend nosey order only we payBostagCf.OJO Back
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attended Miami.
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War were still fresh. Black Americans was a long way from the small Dan scraped enough money together Only eight years after graduation i
were just beginning to get usedto frame house outside Pittsburgh barbering to put himself Williams founded Provident
the idea of freedom. Few of them where Daniel Williams was born. through a local academy. From Hospital the first infirmary open to
were able to pursue a higher By the time he was twelve, his there he went to Chicago and with all patients and physicians, regard-< .*..*,'*... \
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enty-five years before an African t Hospital,then operated by the Fed
Negro gave his heart for the first e 4\ eral Government. He organized .'
successful human-heart transplant Freedman's into departments, collected 1
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world's first successful heart. J and created the beginnings of a ,
operation. : nursing school.
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night when a knifing victim was ,this once-primitive institution,
rushed to Chicago Provident HospitaL housed in pre-Civil War buildings
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Yet. with incredible skill Dr. 4 Would you like to own this ,
Williams attempted the long shot. handsome sculptured bust of Dr.D. ..'
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man to survive a heart operation. bronze cast stone, and carries' tl:
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1,1, -- FAMU's Top Defense Stopped A&Ms'Onree Jackson For High Score Of 33-7 |




,j Kti Riley, Hifeert Gin Pointed' Rewarded For Trailer Service 'SPORTS PARADE


li Each Quarter To Third Victory
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TALLAHASSEE, FU. Florida AIM'S top ranked defense t n ... SIDELINED
clipped the passing *! (> <* Alabama AIM All-America ODTM 4 BERKELEY Calif. (KIT)- UJ. Davis Capper and Opea
Jackson with five interceptions and proceeded to romp over tile 4 tennis champion Arthur Ashe was sidelined Jor aa iafeflaltt

I AIabIJDa.U JI-7 Saturday alght.Jacksoa period recently, after he tottered a pinched nerve la his neck

"0 passed for aearly Crabbed his second Interception ; during aa exhibition match with a Davis Cm teammate, Bob

100 yard la thrH. Tins this the Rattlers' fourth. ia Lots. As a result of the Injury,Ashe,aa Army lieutenant, dropped.oat
season, wu stymied by a The Rattlers 2otroltngQukkconnected! of,the Pacific Coast International Championship and beaded

Rattler pus rub sad defense ly: u tilt third tack to the O.S. Military Academy, West Point, N.Y., where
that hemmed him to Jut 103 ROlf .t etfgbte S I he Is stationed.

Lid Melvin Jones for 44-yard t,1 4 a.g?
tor' quarterback Ken Rlley scoriae pass. Riley tossed a 1 GETS PERMIT

and halfback Robert Clan, two-polnter to tad Aloaso COLUMBUS, Ohio (NPI' ) Heavyweight boxing champ'.onIfajammad
Florida UU scored la every Gilbert's putting FAMU out All's long search for a place to defend his troubled
Quarter, breetlng to 1U third front 28-0. crown .ended recently when the Columbus Boxing Comas!
straight victory. Fallback James Ovens dove granted him t permit to fight la "world championship match,"
Gun, ground oat IU yards over for the next TD from three' t November..11. All's opponent was still anamed at press time,
oa 22 curies daring the night yards kick was : but it wu reported that be was "angling" for'Jot Frailer of.PII11a4e1phla.
while James Ovens collected food aodtFAMUMIed Sl-0 with ; The World Boxing Association has withdrawn title

l 52 01 tight trips. S.2) left In the game. recognition from All, the former Cassias Cbty,after be.refused,
RUff completed tight of 19 With reserve quarterback on religions grounds, to serve la the Army.
o passes for 1)6 yards and one Jerry Filer la tilt slot and rr

toocbdTwa, that colt to Melrln Jackson at halfback Yl : OLYMPIC "FIRST" '
Jails who pulled \down three BuUdoff scored their loot TD f y MEXICO: CITY (NPI) Whea the Olympic Games open,
toasts for M yards. when Jackson: flipped a pass to Chicago's Willye White will become the first VS. female track
Jackson completed Jut alneof Robert Thrsatt for 22 yards star to compete m tour consecutive games. Miss White, a long-

28 passes for 101 yards. On with four seconds left. ... feet specialist will be trying to better her asr 1g-year.
tilt grosad, the Bulldogs *-' r .. Z.I/1lDclles, first made the Olympic la 19SS
'mal .pd only (7 yards Go old high school graduate
Jacksoa wu stymied from the

start when his first pass, fitkitt' RETURNS MIAMI NPQ' ) la marked contrast to his mode of travel)
from was
play scrimmage,
la tilt Kid GaTllan, former
Intercepted by' FAMU's Leroy 1r trot setwiTu during the glory days prise ring
N \ welterweight champion, returned to the United States recently
Charltoa.
rJ U a common refugee from hlsrlIvdCna.The "K-e-e-d", who.wu .
The Rattlers then proceededfrom lint ASK A nfPLE" welter king from 19S1 to 11C, Is BOW 42, halt blind, and
their own 40-yard
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Ql'ESTIOX troubled with muscular pains. He oil also reportedly "broke "
qvlckly marchlaf to the BellcI.p' *
Smart flihormtn irk "..Im.fII. .
22, where Cilia brot.tbroua' lt" quell lont. \
lilt middle of the Alabuna At Itttt to It item onecctilon '
lint for a towibdown.Horace etprclilljr to
Lovett's kick failed. the glen btflnntr who would
Still la tilt first rather 'o horn skunked then
pirIodjAMUr.plmd reveal hli Ineptitude. ;
possessloa following It's no trim* t* ..k nr- ..
t BuUdDg: p-jnt. With the help HAH" My the lUhlnf ."' ...$. ,...
of a pass. Interference penalty tire mt Mrrrarr OUlbo.,,,. In Service awards were presented to all Gator Trailer ,employees President Norman ConneU. Recipients art, center, Alfred This is .

tilt Rattlers posited to the visit* take fact a""nl'I'the teal of pre every alas) bit ob Friday October 4, particularly'those la the two, five, tea, Johnson, over 20 years of service and, second from left, Frank I
ors' one-yard line where Riley .f local adtlc. he on frrrrtML fifteen twenty-year areas. Shown above art several Maklnc Brown, honored for fifteen years of service Frank Holder lethe the nicest,
planted over for the scor.tcmu. presentations to the tore oldest employees, In pout of second from rigid and received a fifteen-yew award. ,

'. kick vu blocked But whom you ask It Important. service, art, left, President Kormaj ConneU and, at right, Viet smoothest
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Early la the second Barter, Cnialnlr. not e'try-
Jackson piloted the BaUdogs on. you run '(cro. durlnr a
to the Rattler 2Ibefort FAMlTs tulon talking on to.the much wtttr ltt It worth at. Coaches Nacre Pro Morehoise Tifershorks Get Set NEWS DEADLINE. bourbon a

Charles Stun Intercepted: to umptint to obtain information Mailed .n I.'abota1d be la
tad tilt 4:1.... from In thort. seek out Footballer Year's ForTifhtestSIAC Swimmin Meet' the office by' 12 noon oaTuesday. ever to come
.UU the exptrt.
Alter a Florid punt .
Jacks spin went to the air, Don't want who time camel with theIndividual hi. Most Underrated Man Bolstered 'jy' a grojpotv,rypromslng! frestata: ht Morehouse [out of '
lAd this time FAMU's TomWallace SIAC set for what
art
rod Hki a II).".lttr. Mtll b* Tlgersharks, kingpins, gvtttr appear: to
tattrctoted at the Bull no real help Ntlthrr .III the NEW YORK-Offensive linemen be the most I highly eompt'Otlve swim season la the history of WEAR IT NATURAL or [Kentucky.Find .

docs 12.Rlley bank fl,h.rmtn who utuallyrtf predominate amoic p"o the conference. COMB IT STRAIGHT
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aad Clan teamed aDOolst ente what he rontldtit an. football's most underrated Keener competioa Is assured 'ClartDC' Drr Imklnr. 4.ll.
Intatton ot hit pertonal attain ward Br"Il. Bush
the Rattlers Gins amathed dxn'to untloiy. players, according to the results 'by' virtue of outstandJig: talent David Mann, Deanard Fobbs, kw4lio..,-..-w.I.4.'.,nt.s ii.'-
three whtrt
tilt
Look for the man mint a rtlflrlalf of a nrvey of NFL' and acquisition by Taskege Instltute and Robert Vangha.Vtteran m "YiW.k.Y.yt
wet for the TD with 1:12 Ic3:
: South Carolina State \JIUIS
eajtlnf smoothly AFL coaches appearing- la the combat-ttsttd "
11 the first half. RUey paw and with lithe tfTort. Oftn Putt tDE.
Fort Valley State Ae4..a.
ColI"tL
current line of SPORT Maga<< Tlgersharks who art working Ill,..kyhtrhi,.h.r. (
for tht extra tailed this type of p ton not only
pout Collect, Florldi AIM University ., "kkr we"arpe ,....,.
Following the klckoff, Jacksoaagala can Site talid Information tint. oa aa unbroken string of thirtysevea ...,.,..
but dOtID'I mind iharlnf it The surrey, polling IS of tilt LtMoyat Collect, and victories and three MNh k.lr"
tamed skyward Susef Alabama State None ..irr. .'Ikl.r .C
with ot,htrt.AHaay College. .
28 NFL and AFL coaches (only consecutive SIACSD championships a. t tkal l.u. out
01 r er II ee toes wt.,> have ...:.W4 took .U
Pad Browaof tht newly-formed awn
State Bukttkall A.eadaIrclildes''Tesslo : Include Captain Michael A ........ tM MM
Cincinnati Beacala was not strengthened their already Clark, undefeated Juan Ueba, this ..yu.. for
yourself.
Included, aaaus ot 11 offensive power-lade troops Include Charles MtKotrte, Roberto MURRAY'S
linemen as opposed to o0 V Ttaatsstt Ail UD1.. ;ltr'I' f" .HAJM OttSSINQPOMADE
With E. WatersALBAXT Just C'AlClli.Wlcberto., Clntroa, j
I' Southern University Johnson #so?
r u.a 1 B c back lAd B9 quarterbacks David Walklas, Lewis Collier, Only
as the least appreciated C. Smith University, Hampton Sidney BroAs Richard Allen, f..1M a...w,atbt..se......ku.k
Ga. -Albaay State Collect has released a 22-cam milieu, Texas Southern Ualverslty IrrlUH*.l. > % y ft t 0*4ftwomiftf.
Rafael
t.I-rd"
their teams :
I baiketbaU schedaU here Lick also Includes( two Invitational stars on respective Howard Joe Ruaclto, Francis, .:sae .w.
The nature of the University m U-a.sntws t.-Lc oeMmifiM
very pmwII Charles Davis Joan T. lt'tl:
Franks .
I tovrauMat appearances la Atlanta, Ga. Again this year local eVK 0 t ) U4 y.MUMAfS
for this according
responsible
Samael Johnson ClartactCOXTIMJED'ON
The Rams oat of Die nation's ember Voorbees December skfrmlsats art tentativelyscbd'iled SUPERIOR MOOUCTS CO.HCwiotttiUt.OHf .
; to the SPORT article, u PAGE ..' *l, Idck'ge' anOl, (4 moor e "". ECHO AMINO llfllUItY.lOUllYlllL KV.
\ top-ranked small collect giants 11, Florida Memorial. December the quarterback, ever la the with Emory University
last year, opts '..... wars 17, Morris; December 19- apotlljrW, daws mos! of the Georgia State CoUrt,and

defending their SottthMsttra 20, OgletborpsTournm.ntAt. credit for his team's successes Georgia Tech.Newcomers .
Athletic Coafereace crown lanU. who, according to
and takes most of the blame
I a alnst rival Edward Waters January 7, Clark; January 8, for Its failures press clipping, are destined

Collect of Jacksonville, Ftt., Fort Valley; lUl&UrlC"Forl The only running back named to earn starting berths with the .
oaDtctmbera. Valley lUl&U'rll.C1atUa CoI- Tlctrsharks Include Jeffrey
; was Ernie Green of the Cleveland
,Bob Rauey's "raonlnf, c\a- leg January 18, Miles; Jan. Browns. Coach' Blantoa Goldsoa (butttrtly-trtestyleL An
i alnc" agent wW play la the vary 2), Benedict; January 15, Collier feels Green has gone Ad9pht: Santiago (Indlvidaal important

tlcni-CMu Georgia Invitational Paine, January 27, Savaaaa without recognition: : foi so many medley), Rent Davja(freestyle,,
Tournament U Atlanta on De- February lL Miles; February years because he has beta the sprints and distance), Harris
c.mbtr B, 8, aDd 7. la the same .2, Benedict; February 4, Paine; "other" runner la backflelds Sanders (breastroke-tieestyle
month, December 11-20. tilt February 7,' Savaanah; Febr- with Jimmy Brown and Leroy sprints), and Ronald Stewart announcement
Rams will compete Lath,annual wry 12, Voorheet; February KeUy.Coaches'. (diver). UDrter ted trtshmoa
I 0 lit I h r PI Tournimeut at 13, Morris; February, OafUa complete listings of who may add to tilt

4 Oflefhorpe ColltCt.o' ; February, Florida;February Serrated Blavers TlgersUrk depth include Ed-

Tat IN.-.. schedule Is u 18, Edward Waters,February NFL Eastern Conferenc -- from the Committee: .

follows: 20, Clark. Pate Cast, ".1''., a:!. rJU4; Watch This
December I, Edward Waters; Tht SEAC Tournament will Larry Gagatr, Pitts., off.
I, .. 7, Georgia Invitational be February 27, 28 and March guard; Ernie Green, Cle?* Clown
Toarnanw: (GIT), Atlan: ;De. 1, 1969. fullback: ; Leanle Hans Wash ,
'28 43 -1i to Save the
center; Del Williams N.0. off. I' .
guard' Tony Usclo Dallas,off. !1-.34- 54
I ; 'Jru; tackle; Chuck Walter St. L, :
/ dot tackle; Joe Scarpati Fall: ,
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free safety.
\ ( !I. rand other tips NFL Western Conference V. \ .. Tiger:

:= = Carroll Dale G.a, split end; ,
: TT TOM ANDREWS -J-S5 -|1SILTR Dick Evey, Chi, det. tackle;Ed \ I f.

,, Det. center Karl .
** Flanagan, ;
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Kassulkt, Mina, safety; Erroil 21 -, 13 15 k
Same Other le en. like m*. tratel a lot. Other and you may be
Linden Atl off. tackle Fred
one of them can only Bib new waim once a year at vacationtime. ;
Yet both of ui have felt the need for a lure that would Millar Bait., de:. tackle; Jak 134112SomeUmtl i
work well anytime anywhere. Pardee, Los Ang, linebacker:: He's Up,Sometimes h 'd-S; \
then I rrried toal>'anf this problem tome time ago. I dlv Lea Rohde, S.F., oft. tackle He', down. He Adds, Subtracts," : :;
corned that It came in two pant It wual enough just to settle AFL Eastern DIs10A-Cerr1(
Be works It all around.11sts1. ,. .
on a particular opt of lure. 11.amtel.011 also had to be concerned
PbUbln H.Y. de!. end Harry
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with the color of that lure. .
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Fortunately it didn't take me long to nail down the kinds of Jacobs, Buff., linebacker; Lea j -: ',' .
lure that would serve well no matter where they were used, the St. Jean, Bo*., off. guard' Jimmy t fJ" 1' '
1 MMon. or the wetther. The spoon and the jig won hands down Warren, Miami, corner- COMING ATTRACTIONS: 1 ti .', :. i"t" '
Why? Well. U either lure has the weight and shape of a Johnson back; Sonny Bishop Hous., off.guard. :' ,- .-t,
surer JJtniotc, or lveW LII loll. for example, it can be cast or : .
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trolled fished low or last. It will work well in fresh or taut is 22 HI :; > :: ..
water twin rivers or sluggish backwaters.deep glacier lakes AlL WestiraDIWOD-GarrJ : : ,
cr hallow farm ponds Garrison, S.D., split end Dave ,> He :
The problems I had in appreciating Bill, K.C., oft tackle; Jack MAN'S' DAYSNUMBERED won ,; ,::. ;
the Importance of color Leats, Den., fret safety; Dan .
are (till kind of embarrassing. i, .' ,'
but they were finally solved in Blrdw.U, Oak, def. tacklt. .v .
just one exciting week several 'r
years ago. I was put with
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friends en a San Diego party Hircrts..N7SProcesses..SI.SO
boat. I had given each ot them .
a -Incl" I..ton and we wrr "Man's Days are Numbered." I
anxious 10 set how this jigging '
Fortune
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type lure would work on >eilowull
*. Because we intended Tours When You Know Your

to cast and retrieve we were llCkSHTiltt Lucky Days. The Tiger stays. Thanks to the millions '
put on the bow apart from the gasoline with a super-detergent that
cut.bait fisherman. Well we BARBER COLLE6E.IHC.IM oi motorists who toted for the candl- cleans vital engine parts and
Lucky Colors etc keeps
.',,,n'l apart for long! Withinan y date with the no-nonsense platform: ,, .y 4 the PCV valve
clean.
Send 12.00 for
hour we were arm-weary from hauling in li- and :20-Ib! yellow your
tails and tongue weary .from tc1Pnlit)1nIour "bait." thelucky" lath St. 355.!JI74Lnri Horoscope Guide for Sign cleaner of engines, extra power* at the S So thanks again for your loyal support
.fe4. "Happy Moloringl" Now let's put the Tiger back where
Two dy later t was in St. Louis on business and on Thursday lirliriii OCTOBER And the Ad Manager? He stays, too belongs.
1JIominII"U flown out to Bagnell Dam at Lake of the Ozarks Just in
for a Law hour of baa fishing There were three Lulont left in A NEW CLASS STARTS' Fin la the blank below and case somebody.wants to hear \i Put a Tiger In YOU Tank*!
the technical side. You'know. all the ,
my tackle box and I shared them with my companion .
andbea
guide. The guide bad*told us not to expect too much .EACH MONDAY mall to ZODIAC, Post Office facts about Enco: gasolines. Like the ) Humble Oil &
rain bad been providing free meals for the fish. Bog 1171, Jacksonville, Fla. fact that Enco Extra ) She
It didnl take u* quite half an hour to speed the pace of the was the first ;-7' Refining; Company
action We bad the guide hooting with glee a* he netted baa after II'ILL Ml. vans Lr
bass. We Just cast our In/out a* far as possible let them ink STREET .
tat aereral seconds then started retrieving with *t *djr reel speed .

and.constant raising; anl( lowering of the rod tiD.e -.... ....-. .-- DATE. OF BIRTg r t tt.., : ., ir. "

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I r, Jacksonville Schools Join In Observance Of National School Lunch Week I



.I :;i! IS rooms print.MITELt baft $5.00 Clissroen Activities, 'IstlrC..tISt Good Food Helps Make Good Pupils

q :* II roomS,.teml-prlrate $4.00 Tell It Like It Is Eilivai Aiml Week f *j
if :: Day time (seml-prlrate) $3.00 ,
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: JACKSONVILLE National School Lunch Week has been proclaimed by President

;' EDCEIOOD MOTOR COURT here, you eta male It COLD anywhere"Joe new city "It you make It Lyndon Bi Johnson u a particular time for putting particular SCHOOL 4i
Blgdoo the deceased
;: Bollywood Record Sbop'a.D114aDc.. emphasis on the matter of good food habits, food programs _
promotion, used tocar. _
:2 INTEGRATED net be'd stir nutrition etc., la the nation's public schools.
I .'; 5911 UJ5.1,Cor.Edgewood Ate hard time. The white add "Tour folks: keeping own folks win down sure jrfre TOO a Doral County! nan played an the secondary school wehre tat LUNCH '
you anoTlhTltpaei
I I ': Phone 764-000-Always Open folks) pulling you don." Joe Is tone but the situation Is Just:; Important role In this and has Type "A" plate lunch..ntel. rVEEKissmm I $ ri.ig .'.
: the same Sa what Is now the largest city la the nation. been In constant rapport with During he 1W7-W school year' :
:. IATTEIY TlllllE I? POLITICS AS USUAL-With a Three- a7 presidential race other cities and agencies which 17.7JJ.914 meals were arced t t .Jjr :

.*NO MORE 3ATTE. : large percentage of the white Democrats are really Repab- Vice)' F. James, coordinator Glens E. Johnson, director of "
;' VI' NATIONALLYADVERTISED licans la Democrats' clothes, It'. coin to be Interesting of Dural County's School the Countywide Lunch Program;
; watch the. outcome la flew of wide appeal George Wajlaee Food: Smite Program in the is assisted by Miss Versa

ti : GUARANTEES NEW LIFE FOR has aroased, hereabouts. fanny how some of the town's comprehensive article which Chltty, assistant director,
:OLD BATTERIES LONGER top Demerits are making out like they're helping Vice Pres. Appears here has expertly II fl. Vera Berylund, Mrs
,.FOR NEW j311TTE1IFSf LIFE but don't wasnt the Wallaceltes to see them..Yoa aboa1che described the services rendered Jessie Fears, Mrs. Tidy
seen the eyes bulging when the soul sisters and brothers saw throughout the county! by James and Mrs. ChrlstabeUe I
f I 1.1. TWJ, IIST. Committeewoman Annie McGee on the platform with Ruble those engaged In the program. Zadra, coordinators, who plan .fr
i Baby when the V. P. came to Hemming Park a eoupla weeks the standard menus for the '
its TAIIETIANI AYE. aco..AlOtbtrbJack representatlre on the platform was Scbool Food Serrlce Partner- adequacy cost control for the
Councilwoman Mary Singleton who was very surprised to bear ship texture and for the color. They Vie '
.353.4.47Rigdon reports that the llteratare showing her helping Lywood Roberts By Vice, F. James fact cafeterias to meet win : .
was reproduced and used for race-baiting In the white areas. managers and snperrls the
But her moment of Tictory came when the rotes were counted... America's largest single food school lerel operations,including .
The only question that's putting Is: Who could have done serrlce operation Is the the.employee training pro.
such a trick? National School Lunch program grams. Keeping records Is as
BOLD CITY NOnOOat-.T1ro'loeal TV stations hare. added erring nutritionally adequate important: part of the programs.
black newscasters to their staffs, Mao Freeman Is with Chan meals mall SO states,In Washiagton This Is bandied throngs a com
neL..but who sees them or bears them? CoaId It be that the D.C., and la the pleteeentral office staff
channels hired the black boys merely to qualify as an "Equal. American territories. National superrlsed by Mrs. Martha.
HEAT & AIR Opportunity Employer .Tbe rolce you bear replacing School Lunch Week October Wallace.
KEN KNIGHT on the WRHC Night Train segment Is that of II to 19, win mark the twenty- Statistically speaking, during
J Ralford Brown, Jr..jBpeakIng 'of WRHC, tee station has second anniversary of the the 1M7I school year, U4,
CONDITIONINGCentralise let out announcers' Pulling and Latter and both boys are still establishing of the National 151.1%' Type "A"lunches were
burning up".We bear that LEANDER SHAW, who's been School Lunch Act served to 69QSZ4 Florida
earring u Public Defender (when he's not offending)win switch The theme, as dereloped by student Of this number of
:
some offices and go Into the State Atrys office which will make Mm the United States Department meals 16,197,401 were eaten by
: wltrj a,
Central Heating year and Air; a local prosee OIC or. h1e ,.. aqtaboat..Desp1te denials from the of Agriculture for 19M, Is 90,761 economically ...d, t .
"hlre-are-keys" rumor persists that all ain't Just "School Lunch Aids Good students. J
Conditioning System.
right over at 629 1Iopa..'Ibose In the know say that quite Health.. School Food ferric Is proudof
a few OIC staffers are angling to get on the staff of Mayor l< "Hand Taatler's CEP Pro nlllla: the obsernnce of the Week by economic welfare of the state
5123 IUCIIIRN Rl. pickets SURPRISE DEP .RnmNT-D dt be surprised If there are telling again the lunch story and to the good health of Florida ,.
around the new Jaxlaternatlonal' Airport when It through various classroom cltlaens.
PI 311-7533 opens. cawing It to delay opening. and don't be sur tlrltles, Inrltatlonal letters to Adult lunches total more thai "UW. ,t"' (Cn..
pitted and when labor disputes break out at the Jan Liquor tart parents, poster contests, 40,000 per day (teachers and ". t.. '1")">'
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work.drlretas.. which are said to differ la areas of the same bulletin board displays,as.embly school food personnel ;J' _
programs and plays, and The Al-Florldr menu served
2 HI. ALL BUCK' Is CRYSTAL BALL-That's the only thing that can toll what through the planning of menus.Tbe daring the week Includes: Ores .1'f
I. about to break out over at Daylight Stores In the form of establishing of the anouU Fried Florida Broilers, Wee f '"
wage dispute. Tot
sate don't need fee ball to tell you whether ITs week Is one of the accomplished Pilau, Battered Broccoli,
TOWN or saute at the :
HOUSES
Edgewood Lounge or who's the greatest goals of the American School Florida Vegetable Salad ,

tt.c,......,. menace DING' DONG the wlao, SEE the TA lash ROUND or the potbead, Food Serrlee Association and of Orange Wedges Rolls and Butter -
Range & TOWN
numerous research Drotrams Milk and Dessert ter
Refrigerator .of those Interested In school This is a program no schoolchild ? .
IiiiiI APT. FOR RENT VETERANS! food circles The nation's of any age can afford to
greatest larestmeat Is In Its "skip" because the school
tti Thomas fit J alee fan.Prtr. youth. Oar children tomor load Is health
HIT are program now a
SIN UN!
0 MONET DOWN
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bath Elec. H. water row what we feed them today. program u nil u aa educatlooal -
tirn COOT to bus. Adults 0 The Important In the The child
u aspect program. gets
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"SKAT"
WN child). $17.50 wk. UI-M72. FOR A 3 OR 4 school lunch program Is the the benefit of erery cent spent

FHAVULCAN conUnslag of the progress nmdela by dally! participation., .A rlstt : '
IE8ROOM, prettonayeara, by forging Into your child cafeteria at .
FIR LENT ahead In Its purpose to sin any time will greatly help you

INC 309 Latarette. t rm. Duplex. All BRICK ROME children nutritionally adequate, to appreciate" the'. cbool Lunch
attractive .. Story.
Water & Ugbts tDt1 ed.$M..00mo. sadsgsauaghmcb
mi tu IMUT II ON URCE laT IN at schools, to sacotrag' i ib
Proilsiw
PresliiH
children
1 FOUND 6 HIGBCC 1 to laantoealararletyof
__Jtt 347* RealtorsJITW.ForsrttSt. lEAOTirot more nutritious foods; and 'CONTINUED FROM PACE u1Wdllbegradatedialth

asc-uss I Increase the consumption. of the Grisham, and Samuel Wilson.
CARVER PINESI, agricultural programs of the

IEAUTICIAN. AT NEW LOCATION. FF1GIDABUC APPLIANCES nation's school. farms.A food. for leaning &Brace Sero.IClng d Jalto 0 r 1 u d o .a. ...., .. .

.B helps! build strong bodies, taela
MIN. promotes mental alertness TaelMMTTIgersbarkt .
An MtrfiiBeiiiiciu provides the setting for leaning fractured 97 pool and conference -

DON ON FBI god food habits table manners, records throughout the
toutr,. The im-i team
group coadict a ofreaponalblUty
cease
broke
TERMS.VUICAN 40-odd
records.
a spirit of thankfulness
and serrcs U a bridge ;Progresslraly: the Tlgershark
New Located At INC. to project nutrition education are finding: thennoteworthy records maay

Into borne and coauaall1t '. Ad of national
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Miggle's 1EI. 7(1-3479( standards more difficult to
people concerned must bare an
brink Tbe
understanding of the fall current team
D I functions of the accepts this as t tManiajM
school service
Horse Of
Beiily e ;department Includes scaonl and significant challenge to Its

2271 W. SEN'NIM, PAT EATER I board members, superintendents set.determination, skill,and mental a
451k St.
sad principals, allteachers .
Someone with established credit parents,students,and l 1.
1 t (Inr An IJ) to take up payments oa Singer' the employees of the school IN MEMORIALb .
food serrice department and **.. ,..,;.d i, ta-1
Golden-Sew Auto% .
: !i Phone 765-9490 ererythlng. Noattachmeotsneeded. Jc-za, Does IeIIo LQaUI Presides "Lyndon a Johnson It t aside October M October tt u National Scbool Lunch
Makes there Is a complete working Week. TboM Involved U tile food Make of Dural ea.tJ tae the schools hare Joined In
I *, p**, 1 buttonholes fated fancy*t patterns nif. etc., together to nuke the lunch ffttft.Th'f'fr to make the Btl program a grand success. Food has been prepared with

."" Balance $42.90. Just, take row a "laboratory for lean- tbe present and future health quotient of the student ta mind. The pictartlMeUt< proof
.' up Ing" Us full la the Mrs. W. Jans Pattenea, principal of Morse Ele-
.' payments '$I per IDOl@ Free potential to teach ot the wort being done. top picture
good loot nabtta to as t< Mrs. Labs Douglas ls manager of tile food project
:: ;.home trial. Call Mr. Falter maaytiyfonf ; m cart school points to tbe prorUmitlmi.
:j .. at II'J-flU. tt poffR cannot" at Morse. Well prepared school teaches enable tile children la tat second picture' at
'0., : be realised. Nuturmon la to Carter 'Q. Wooden acaool, u well u at all ether a('aooljjajoy DeIU&1oal'or the day.iTaelr .
.. total health what reading! Is to luack Is known. u the Type .A plate. be.aw.c lady at tbe left Mrs.VUeyJames _
.:'' YOUR OWN p 354 6746 TIIEI IF fllKINI total education. I( one of coordiaaiors. ot Decal County, spa wares of tile serrice program.. Tbe
s -' 11 In our local schools meowsar third picture shows stadenU at WUUaaa Raines Senior fclgb School literally 'd1 iDC"' Into
!
.'' .FIR TIE Mm? are planned for two types the Type .A pute.Thte la one 'Senior mata School la tbe county with a complete .A Type
o' ALLNICKI I "Start Your Own Import. Business service Type A-{>Ute bach 1serrice. Dr. A, A. Robteaoa la prlaclpaL Mrs. Nellie Dlsjgs is manager. ,Another scene
." Afro Shop, ate; and .A'I& Carte serrlce. Tbe 'at the Morse Elementary dovetails with the program of the authorities for service to all.

0,, I.1aIEI1HM Send toyAfricanr meal patten for the Type .A .Her we see a teacher, children aDd a' parent getting good wholesome tenches. Parents'f ,
": Thp: Export lunch gorerameatallyregulated. ... first grades wen Incited to eat bach wla their children. Mrs. W. Jaaa PattersctiIs

.':" Ae low ae t ers" containing UDall and addresses Includes a minimum a. principal. Mrs. L. Doug** Uauaa er.--BOB SMITH PBOTOS'
of nearly' MO African of two ounces of protela. rich

.', Mock Digpt.A HpME Y mall Exporters rates,,products customs: exported require-. food regetables, three or quarter trait, me cups teal of( Aa. .,h r. iNn FH SALE The College Student l .SpeaksCOIiTI

:; Vevnon 8"a Intel,. et. of enriched whole grain !'If .WI W. lat St. off McDuff.S .
: t J* D Enterprises two ot bedrooms. Comer IUYD FROM PACE 10
2 Dw! SALES OFFICE bread teaspoons butter memory of my late husband, Briplor.
Jyet o at DIVISION 2Oth ST. EXP. P.O. Box U26 or fortified margarine and half Johnny Taylor who departed ,Rec ntty decor. Like .....TllJbata Presidential candidates( only deldeeup bf presuming b otter
I' Washington,!)-:C. ZOOlr a pint of whole milk and aa from this We GIlt year &10.; ktt. Owner-49.Ut7. sotttkos to what are bebarioral, rather than political problems
1 A PAR and BECOME YOICI OWN BOSS energy dessert. Vitamin "C'. The song"is ended but themelody Formyna'seheatlree oBlrolaadtbestringthentsc
., requirements are. met dally. lingers la our hearts., "fit MEN ANI IIMEM of oar. noels Ldtdbr-eau build aa orderly, wen-orgaalsed
Foods rich Vitamin "A" are Signed: Mrs. Edith DJTvlof society.
erred at least twice a week wife; Mrs. LettlecknW IF All ASES But lest we tank Oat the politicians hare a monopoly oa
I e The cost of this noon meal Is Mrs. Mame Forstor. sister .tab tniilaaasts lit,. cockier what bas bappened to Ole Mew Lett
; KewlllHtOftD
*Y pickin? you bet thirty-fire cents la the elementary Theodore Taylor, brother;aDd !TABUlI for tW tired 1Il'tt18:1: ;'dtssMsata who are soautUaes reproseatedas the rery Incarnation
I school and forty cents la other relatives and tr..... !bon beUsgtlstbspsyouQoum'tThblahItts net ,of. high idealism and social adraacesMBt.
o According to TomBaydea, a leading! apnresumfor tbe youthful
I retolubonary orsateat, "The stnaxle Is no longer
$3.0% 3G01e
5.00. JI.JIO Iat; I between wage earner aad boss but .betwtea rapltilists aDd their
depodt CODoa.IIPIRI ..
m sons who doal want
to toad the
VETERANS! I store. .The so-called guoerattoa
aciiICp6 .
f 8Fa ,gay Is a new and of class struggle.M
I Move in tor s9n ""1. Think ot ttl What lelt-wing dud bolls down
I aa llttlf ant SO Clipigo tb Is a squabble
l J mqh.IOUI between fcther and ... 'That would Indicate that the hippies whq
tt DOWN battled policemen la Chicago's Grant Park were really'after their
SALES TRAMS on parents, not the "political .shNlstimenf.:.
Bow amy this an 1st

Vublte aerrice organisation H' Bow tauae it is, oa the one band, to bare po1Wciau playing oa
seating men and woom to train, ,white people's fears of black people, and oa the other band to
t rs sales and PIbUc nIatIaIII{ ken itidt-potblch r fanttaHttag oa away ..Amrlaas' hatred
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of their parental
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APPIICANTS SllfllJE Bow crap tt Is that the American people seem bent on

s e A 1NST 3 8 4 bed,... plane with 1,1 Yo, 1.:Over II years of age taBorttef about a"Polacka"candidate who goes amid!DIe country ranging his
fmoata and
A 3 bort and ...... X. 1nWDc to trait, to "tat Japs"! Bow Ignorant we are
\ expect
,. Modem uH*..k church and I Able to meet people {by ATspJaylag oar polttVlans a dart to procures DIe public pace merely
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centof clt by.LINCOT your own traaspor.
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I ; f IHE-SLU: SAT MATINEES b3/, ESTATES FOB taUaa .AX PITH VIEW CALL Aad bow sick oar society's(ttirtkafiir*wfa ath lr fclyh ytu'
-: protests amount only to rebellion agakst tbelr
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