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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 19, 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:
UF00028362:00787

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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 19, 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:
UF00028362:00787

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news


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Each of the mea could have complex steed a new ."..1D1Ot.1II11rC' 14-week boycott of thus larfest food chain .Nell Waited be :(he M5.000 That might mw programs for school l ** rtgiUoB according to a civU Devil County PTA Council at
motto of the DuvalCoaaty action
received a fine of $1,000 soda Sawn signing the agreement art Earl E. Poyner, general soperintendent of the Chkaco Committee filed before the United Slates District Court. The the courthouse. Tuesday that
year la tell for a civil, rights; division and Rev. Jesse L. Jackson national director of the SCLCs operation. Witnessing United for the lO'trAII.rl baa noted that the dotNzt'utoa IA 01. eourdry much of the Bold New &Ity'greputation
violation. hey 414 not contest the Negro Fuad. That2M.OOO 110.11II. to seven new CtDt. might depend
signing are, from left: Rev. Mrs. Willie Barrow director of Operation Breadbasket's upon
the diu,... Tbe Judge found Women's Division; Rev. Henry Hardy Breadbasket minister, and Rev. Clay En.III. Bread*e ,huge drive, a small for amo alt la the The gofenuaerit has noted that' ordering def..atI to euo them guilty following testimony basket "Convenor" and pastor of Fellowship Baptist Church;William Watson, itevly-appoliitsd many to help the desegregation II the county ImmhLatelv a survey of their thus, the complete reaecredl
by aa FBI agent assistant to the Director of Personnel, ALP and l!sv. Calvin S. Morris, Associate Director underprivileged ti college'stoi amounts to sera per cent system and repori tbe result atlas of Us system
Ovens, II, was picked op by of Operation Breadbasket> SCLC Fboto by D.W. Slmoa U the particularly Negroes Notices of the "motion for with ma,* 4ad other detailed: Mayor Taatter remlndtd his
c lcsrL They later took him amount the.county Is further teller were delivered ''Informal\loo. They further uk hearers that authority Is limited
to u extension of I-9S,stripped Boycott Forces expected Aa to raise. .to the office of Sjpe.lntendontWJ. for IS days daring which to la the office of the mayor
JOm to his aborts and held him War Bonds aggressive aDd tboagtt'sleommttt.e "Tmy" Talbot Tvetday. file objections or emo Iaun', In star as the processes of
V his heels: M feet above the Missing ;auditorium. met Tuesdty la the Has predecessors are listed to the plan Dot later thanDerembor education are concerned."Act
river. Later they IQO& bee Cklccfe ASP :''Publishing of the Florida u d !entuu la the case. 1. wily" be said "I have limited
clothes: leavloc him at the Company and began Parcels o! LavooWright, Attorneys for the plaintiffs authority pertalalag to the
.river, He wu given a blanket plant James E. Gornvu. nee Charles Griffin, Ronald Raels, are Earl M. Johnson and Reese schools, but with a wife who I
With
by aaother policeman and haters $1,200 CashThe presldant of the norlda Retail .mlojrs, ,claim that moots at Marshall, Jacksonville. Jack wu a teacher cad sttaequeotly
reported the Incident. To Aireeneit Federation, said' the county dostgregatloa have beta mini Greeaberg and William U a dean of girls at Nathan Bedford *
mod
The cue caused eonaulsnttVaadety \ \ raise the mutey In order mat. The board has tailed to Robinson> are from New York Forrest and a son, student(
\ -withw,tfce-.sta.U-i hands of Iii law retched Into the state of Delaware The attenuated foortten-veek to mist more than 1,000 local providt>> a unitary system thatUregards City at Robert t. Lee, I caa assure
Batirdt11ad nabbed rvoactaoavme: mrafworUrrtor armed, atn 1. .,.,t of the lOW ia JIItro e Uegt.. the f I
the same time program .( race cia student tpertetMdeet Titbot taW that juut my interest us parent '
tt.abDC': consider*, ,robbery "amoontlng to up.t10Dc 00 of a FoderUsburg. Md., bank. of the Southera Chrlstlaa Lead j tscllUAt II'" rd., eider the 'freedom- at ehoM" his alaS: hu already began 'Tbe1, mayor iftfcetthUrtsit', \
able publicity,because,of the :The FBI made the report loan the'Wist tide who ersVp* CoA'ereue. ,obliged" 'Gormsd'empriulaed that. totleges plaa, they .a,. : tabokUoa. to the disputed BoyluHavmaantt. t
Waged unfairness of the police Daniel E. Gordon, U years .goons robbed his neighbor's to reconsider that the blacks1' helped receive no federalor The "choice4 period lor liMIt Talbot concluded: "We knew Mayor Tanaltr Indicated: \
dopartmeat Bowrw, the two old, 1976 Tuskegee Road, and home after taking the latter to felt wu an unfair decision. state aid for current opera* saw 14.01) white students this wu coming, and for that that eeacerl for possible
met were Immediately .... Robert L. Green, 11, Z710Talladega the traia station Ref Jesse L. Jackson; peadtd after the Incident.which Road ale Joe Splcer to, lilt WestZ9th IDle head of Operation are close to the edge onendrraiata etch choices to attend one to the problem fir boycotts caused him to make i
Dalre
happened oa Fenruary ,L, vureported headed by Street tile wrested man. wu Breadbasket, following the : and must charge of the 17 schools II the county. ,which some of the Fort WUte the visit He said he tea hesixiJS
according} to Robert E.. apprehended oa a traffic charge .signing of a contract with the low tuition fees Therefore Further 1.4M of the 6,687 school patron are ,"kID( Intervene' la order that
Gebhardt, special agent la but Jailed for breaking and authorities aald.' these contributions will go along Negroes chose and ire u. relief" the hasty closing. of the toed
charge of the Jacksonville FBI and fou-ten way for them to attend would resalt
Lite Professor entering grand larceny "After weeks of pick- signed prednalnantiy ;
office.Gebhardt. possession of stolen property etlag, the loageat ever Dr. Richard ?. Moore, president white schools and only five Ctodidile The city head poke agala of
said a p1&toIlJIIS a after several saviors bonds attempted and sustained by of Bethiae-Cookmui white students chose and were Illinois the school's! conUloa. He felt
Te.bt 24 Yeas litttle cash were takea from were found la his car l.tea d- Breadbasket, we Join College, Daytona Beach, Is assigned to attend mostly Negro, that ao parent would want to
the mea, neighbors la the tog to a report from DetectiveSergeant wwithrASP officials to sign a chairman of the Central Florida schools, sand children the:.. He said
neighborhood of Jack* H.W. feeler. B4v covenant to affirm J Jistice drive, which Includes Jackson The plaintiffs say that undir that be cannot afford to Inter
At Gilbert Hifli onvlUe. The bonds were said to be la the relationships between vllle, Youth County and the that action, a non-racial system! ,cede ia each problems, since
According to reports, the two possessions of Sim Travish UP and the black commuaUy."Over St. Petersburg areas will tpeedily! bring about equity.\ the City Council Is privilegedonly
Dr. hoard G. Brown who mea tied np the manager of the 1M7 West <9th Street who 8,000 walking people At Bethune alone' according The plaintiffs, therefore, ask to approve the school
taught at Matthew W. GilbertJuniorSenior Centoa NaUooal Bank, u well reported them stoles last have freedom from colonial to Dr. Moore, met Qua 90 the court to eater a dKree budget
high School as two womea teUtr..IId.. month after returning from a exploitation 1s more Important students from Drnl receive r Mayor T&uler'c visit wu
lor 14 years, dled.Mcodai at caped oa foot, with the money, trip and finding his home ran for our souls than rest for our owe tbu $130,000 la scholar. NAACP Sponsors partly prompted by the refusal
a local bncpttal after a lone The mea brandished pistols sacked. Travis reported the weary bodies. We were tired of I1JII! a Negro of Boyka-Havea chUdr..U.III. .
1JJDeu. on their way out theft of $ltOO la cash and a.M ALP taking profits from us,but' The College Fund U. rapport of their parents to
Dr. Bro.,. who resided at According to Gebhardt the caliber: revolver. leaving only few Jobs poor Jobs.; mating the Sith round of solicitation. Fifth l. HietOi | tw Sb ON the old, dilapidated and .
mea are also wanted by police Travis reported that Splcer, little business opportunity std.woken .Tbe national goal 1s unusable building. :.
tor ....110..., la the S300 his neighbor had seen him agreements for ... Our six mllllaa oil dollars This: Nevenlier 21 Not oecesjully Influenced by'.
robbery of a beer truck delivery leaving his house with suitcasesand walking hu shown LAP that repreeents )J per cent of the p the visit of the mayor sear
nun on October 11, Aaother robbery, local station. During the ride they and hu brought us to this table: colleges.. not covered by otherIOII'Ct. win feature the appearance but certainly coincidental with ;.
r..u.d.Ia. la the arrest of a 'discussed the extent of the trip. to alga u agreement of mutual of David Sullivan the confusion the Board of
respect for mutual Interests."Concretely All of these colleges hare president of the JM.OM- w Public Instruction of Dival I
: this means that at one time or other,prdseed member Service Employes! County gave la and agreed to
t 130 people werelald-offbyAAP brUltaat stsdtnts students lateruatlonal.Uilon on the use of the Annie Beanua
1,000,000 Blacks who, for want of some sort of Miss FANNIE JONES bId1d1Dc. ,
win be rehired within the next Thursday eight, November;
,
Jew weeks First fired, these aid to eater, would not have been able at I p.m., In tilt ballroom Cor Miss Fanole ,G. Jones. East This m et t the approval of.parents
people are the victims of an old college the new Sheraton Hotel St. Louis (U t.) school teacher who adamaatlyhad
On Voting 1 RollsTALLAHASSEE order that mjntcbanpwltbthhsagreemsit TTTTT.... .. .... .... .1.TT.... Sullivan native of Cork Cttv.IreUnd .. seeks to become the first, refused to budge from their
111 letter and Inspirit : wu first aa elevator Black dillies lobe el.ctedcl.rk objection to the Boylaa-Havea
Ft.tnl' Uiit operator la New York City Be of the Illinois Supreme" Court. setup Mrs. Eddie M. Steward,
-Tbe FlorttaNe'gro. whea be goes to the "b addition,261 new employes then worked his way up through As Supreme Court clerk she chairman of the Ptreats Committee
polls on November S, will be one among more than 100,000 Jill thlrq-three different categories -, the ranks until be became would\ supervise the high tri of Protest expressed
registered la the state, with 19,620 registering after the throughout the total Checb School' president of the 40,000 bunal's recod-keeplag and "pJeuu.IIr.. h...Fears "

lice .L.U tii.uwX-- priDwte.oIIlaJ. Chicago ,AAP operation will be ''members. of the famous Local docketing of cases coming cafeteria coordinator
at 444 West 17th Street wu The phenomenal lacreaae, W\\ t. Bouse. tired, trained, and placed la No S3 a New York Clay before It. Nil Photo ed the attitudes of the a&1 i t
bon U Brownstown Jamaica along with record registering The present total of registered those maay; Jobs These Jobs History Texts In December 196S, he wu The move wu .atbor r
and wu graduated from the la other states brings the Negro persons la Florida 2.16S.W. Include over 20 net persons elected a vice president of the University OfTexis lab Brut twu days after he
School ol Pturmaty at Kingston, potential 01 voters oo November Not only have the totals risen-r In executive, managerial and The Called State unit of AFLC10. In 1966. he wu appointed received the order to do ao.
.Jamaka. 5 to more than 1 aUU a. That a forecast hu beta made that supervisory positions. AlL of Federal education: hu sorted, by George Meuy to the Friters Superintendent Brut suggested
Dr. Brown wu a member of Is aa historical figure. more than ZOO Negroes are' these Jobs represent over 13 t mammXh checkup on the Economic Policy Committee.. that two days wire needed for.
St. Philip's Episcopal Church, Aa Atlanta Journal records expected to wia minion In new Income for the attitude of school systems toward Be slap serves u a member the change. He spoke commaod-'
"Negro voters could determine this bb1Lihtall of the ClvQ Pled Noire ably of Assistant: Principal K.
where he wu a former vestryman major categories black comtnu i y. the establlshlag the Rights and Com. ,
and choir member. the outcome of the Presidentialrace will swell the grand total of 'A particularly creative step "black" curricula la their nfunliy Services units _' D. McFarlla who Is la charge
Survivors include his widow la u many u five South Negro office holders to more being taken by AiP Is the hiring areas, u will u to ascertain The leader la chairman of AlBTDi. Tex. (NPQ of tee new annex to the Matthev
Urs Theresa Kennedy Brown era states." The quotes result than 700. Black Democrats will of a black person at the what Is now being done the Later: Advisory Commute Douglas Washington, a fresh 'W. Gilbert Junior-Senior High
Jacksonville; a brother Alfred from a survey made by the bold sew offices, ranging from executive level who will be Data secured by tbe end of of the OEO: acting u a later Black man from Dallas Is the first SchooL Credit wu also given
Brown and two nephews, Southern Eec1oaa1 Co lieU constable to United Sites: rttpoaslble for developing the investigation will enable consultant la anti-poverty student to be pledged by. Glenn E. Johnson director of
Huntley and Austin Brown, all recently: The Council reportsthe Congressmen, with 50 aew creative program a for the government to step forward programs In 1963,he vu grand u all-white the social fraternityat food services, Mrs. Fears aDd
of New York City. history-making Jump of 50 sand'dates seeking office la U marketing and promoting opportunities toward the alignment of .its* marhal of theSt Patrick's University of Texu Mrs. Mattie B. Simmons cafe
Funeral services win be per cent la Negro registrations states. for black ova material. The investl Day parade la New York City Washington Is one of eight terla manager.IEFEIIAIS.
Friday at St. Phillips Episcopal fliy. 1964.MlsdialWt. Negroes are expected to via businessmen la A&P.In addition gatora hope to be able to Sullivu wu honored by Pope pledgees this year of Alpha
Couch at 430. Burial will bIn : BOW hu eight u Democratlceoogressmea be will be responsible for recommend or suggest books, Paul VI and raised to the ranks Kappa the Lambda, which: hu been UPfEl
Columbia, South Candles time u many Negro votersu from St. Louis, Cleveland and keeping ALP sensitive to the records, etc., for use hi treat' of Papal Knighthood la '1>37. Is oo the newest camps since 1966. It ST. LOUIS-NPO.J "cIt.tDd .
The Bolmes West Funeral Borne la 1964 The number hu Brooklyn. Others win seek re* needs and desires of the black and states upon requests President Lyndon B. Johnson fraternity- at the to the racial: referral system -
II II char ie.Jicksoiville. doubled la Alabama and almostso election from Detroit, Los Angeles community for Us continuing This new effort U doubtless gave him five special assign university.A btenort- of funeral directors" la
II Louisiana. Roughly there New York. Philadelphia. economic .davelcg meol. Also taWDc'OII boycotts and complaints meats la 1967.Be wu u official ed out compromise hu tots city hu been urged by
Is Tops are lOW 9,124,000 registered Loners are forecast for two additional black people will of Negroes over the observer la the recent Vietnam on match: dates. In whichfrat.rdty Richard E. Risk, excutive di.
Negroes b 1964. there were Arixooa, Colorado Georgia, be hired at professional aDdIDIAItrlal country u to the dearth elections and Is still Presidential members arrange' rector Missouri Commlssloa
blind dates
with
HEW YORK-Look MagaxiM 2,1(4.000. Bwu tbe solid Negro.. Iniflan, Iowa Kansas, Michi levels to nm the ft material available to the advisor oa Health and girls. sorority on Human Eights..White funeral -
aad the Jf.lloulllu1clpal vote that put Lyndon B.Johnson gao, Missouri f, Tennessee and .teas tngandtrantogtaLJP'sprogram "Negro. It will also reveal the BoIpUaIlacllWu. will directors, he said "Doug his date
bring
League have chosen UHaaUsts usa the Council. Be wu able Wa iingtoo.minois for empljyment I programs In diverse areas of Be hu reported to a full to ma.ch own black families to black funeral
from the 169 entries to their to carry Arkansas Tennessee lOW leads the states Justice for black people the country. Ia 1 Dearer, with congress oo t the operation and wia Wash.parties Ia fact: This be Is fine directors,' 'bite black
All-America ctties contest for F1orlda'iud Virginia. The with 15 Negro Democrats lathe AAP will develop aggressive a aoa-white population of 10 and effect of the OEO. The1 prefer BYOB ( said 'U: morticians do the same to white.
1961.Amoai. Negro vote almost won laNorth legislature. Georgia bids fair programs ta stimulate black per cent, a commendable effort Service Employes Union hair broad)' frat bring your' owa families Such referrals",.
the fleabite Carolina Without those ,to approach that total this year. buslaesieswltblatheA&Psystem. au beet made to relate grown Into one of the largest a member said. late the Missouri Public Ac*
wu Washington
Jacksonville Fla. southern states there would baao Missouri hu 11 Black tate : materials b Chicago less hu 4a America. Mrs. LoisAveryia 'tic... he hu said the only crl coma jdatlans act Ere asking
Democratic President la the legislative candidates. ** **** beeadgo! *. general chairman of the event some of his Black had wu from the race of the dead per soa violates -
friends
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about law and order,especially potttknue,but
,SSdafW aaet1J what they lied by De tem.liar do

!\ 110NAL. candidates ton bow they win achieve tew moor order.
}rtib. ft skoaldal' to hard lot them to come +with a program Oat
: win brat about Dill coveted taw aad order ssd isap
L phtiii from tto people who ass te W a racist m
EIIC I. SUmilJlARAKIRi EIITII gibs first step la brtaflBf about law sad order u to eafareetOPlTaoasiaf

,r 4 la tto taw' of the. Iu4. CGacr" puatd a aDd

HIM WIITER...CIICIIATIR ill Cn e L fair IIoaI&ac bin this year, u4 De tepremCourt ipMld u
a i .i5 + use lair that la still came boob.N basing II ugept d, ;
2323 NIRCIIEF IIAI M. 4 ? y ___ ad Jecro CIa' 110'I lito maq.hite aeighborloods beam

w cI DIe dtserlmtrtba ollud1otdl and real estate qnU. nil
PURE 354.S7I2 MAILIRK AlllESS Is QletaL but tilt bw Int tong enforced.ateee -
IcIIooIIICftpUaa Ia GrMBc too Attough II has bea
more back ealldrea gotag to i
1154, there art
i I ,.1. limiSlfJACttftYILlE, FLIIIIA schools lOW thaa there were fifties years ago. Attempts!
phials Judges and tilt 0A Commlsstontr of Ed
ynoT2tH J1 ndi enforce tilt bw and desegregate schools have met

from both Morta and oota. ,
Some candidates who are strong oa,tilt bw and <
5111 MIAMI Inlet 5111 .... Ill AIE. nave'eves ssU; that they wouldn't enforce Ito desegi

decreed by Congress and DIe Courts. Bow Is
MINE 7513171C .x supposed to ",Aoldbw and order
V Dlscrimmatloa la employment 1s Illegal too.Tto Eo al
SUBSCRIPTIONS RATES Seed Opportunity Commission which Is Ito federal
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rH ,One Year, $12.00 Half Year, $7.00 opposed to Investigate Job discrimination complaints, Ks a
I ailed to You Anywhere in the United States 15-month backlog of cases because Congress never pre it DIe'
I money to hire enough staff.
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| I know of ao defense contract that's beta cut off from employer
I I Send Cheat or Honey'Order Co: who'cUterblWlala, nor do I know of say way that tile hw hts
I I FLORIDA STAR r P.O. BOX 599 tutu strictly enforced. a

I I JACKSOrmLLB. FLO \IDA 22201 1&hor'.ou aren't supposed to discriminate either,but only
handful of black workers are to apprenticeship programs m Ito
important construction trades. But ao solos has ever lost Us
NOT SIT ONE OUT
YOU-MUST THIS federal apprenticeship etrUflcatioa authority because of this

discrimination.
Efforts at conciliation have produced some good results at
breaking down: employer and atioa butlers, but they would
be more tttectlvt U they knew tIa1lM bw would to strictly:
Preslieetiul ftp lift Mikes enforced. AH tt takes .is a test case or two; making aa exampled

one of Ito more persistent culprits.
HEW The Peliticil c..e.t.t- ibllRWeekIyTHOROSCOPEGUIDE, Calls for bw and order and attacks oa the Buprtmt Court

eta to go band la hand. I doal see bow we ass achieve bw
When candidate George Wallace hits the speaker's and order without encouraging respect for tto highest court
stand his. listeners lose their reason. They all absolutely la tto bad. Two of Ito dKlsions that feet people most resulted
for words without thinking. Listen to the audience yell guiranttting that an accused people .have lawyers and a right
when he says that he will take the schools: from HEW to trial by Jury.' That's tto cornerstone of any democratic
and put them back Into the control of the people. Don't eoaatr}'. attempt to establish bw and ordIr.1aIpcw1Dr .
forget that he .Is talking about the South. ; polict forces ta also Important to establish bw
Thus the U. S. Department of Health Education and' and ordtr. Recent police riots dont encourap respect lor

Welfare (HEW) has become the main villain or scape: ly PABLO, The ASTROLOGER.. lawmen, and the aabamptrtd spread of crime la tto ghetto
goat, since local. school: board has been prodded Into doing .., 'r means that ghetto areas aren't gutting Ito police protection
their duty with reference to educational Integration. ... DIe richer sections of town g-t
Some mmbrs of Congress and you know which What an this really adds up to is that bw and order cant to
ones, have joined in the cry about HEW. Seemnigly they WHICH: ARE YOUR ,LUCKY DAYS achieved without Jutkt,andtopret.odtbat sew Is to eaeo rap"

have misunderstood the task of HEW which only carry. lawlessness and dlsordtr.Tto .
Ing out duties and responsibilities specifically Imposed FOR people who are loudest la shouting for law and order don't
upon It by the U. S Congress Itself. seem to mind that federal taws against discrimination are not
Remember enforced, thai DIe nation's blgtest! court .1s slandered, or that
by a big majority In both houses the 1064
civil rights laws were enacted to enforce U. S. Supreme BUSINESS ,- LOVE TRAVEL tto black gbttto gets Interior police pr tecUoa. This Indicates
Court orders of 19M, The term "with all deliberate they doal care about taw, order, or Justice except u It appttes
to am.D .
speed seems to have escaped the memory of the Sou
them school leaders.

Therefore, HEW Is,6My*carrying out the law u en .. ,. p.I IfI' #l .. : AS ''JJOJMtHE, _
-HI. 1:1:
acted In u..w1adOm.1A'Coo rtw-And this. should be "" .J. ... .&.u.JI.....' I If* ,
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understood by,aiy if not accepted by everyone. AWJIII CAJKEI' .w 'LIMA'.). ClrIICIII' 1Jlcwtabt ettcttoalsjucf arounawte ...tr.aad only about I
What Wallace'cries about "law and order" means lalU lATE ., tot lie.22i half of tilt voters have really ends IB their minds whoa to
one thing when It comes Negroes, and another when ,2Jrll \FIT,5l4th vote for, ""* -
applied to school boards In carrying out the laws of the Hit.-AMU itti1M Hit HIT UdII' < IAN. lltl One thing tilt Negro should consider! wry closely la makinghis
land. pace quickens.This ptrlou dtserved. Unless then tea Lit tt row. Ths atlrriDp that Just sit and watt, It'. no lit choice. "Has the candidate shown you that he wants your'
may be gutting off to a slow need to clarity a few poutstore corns from wWI! caa be siaM to pt Impatient at this stage of vote by asking YOU for d?"
start, but U dots signify and there, tt looks u If u will U Dot It they maaap the gems while you are almost Doat Itt a candidite's Negro rtprestntaUvs Influence you Into
that It 1s going to aod up the most of you hw deserved to- to pt us out dare whirl we oa tilt eve of Important dmlop- a choice, because aIDe tints out of...... Is only trying to anal
'ac..* way. If confronted with rest oa your Iturtls. Tto little mars or teas vegetate tilt, meals W. all know how to walt a taw bucks for klnuttf.is tto process,and alter eltctioa Is over,:
JUSTICE FORTAS STILL STANDS TALL real probU 11I.Io take enough time Incidtnts thai come np could certainly may be considredftfts for something or someone while you. are ao better off thaa totors. ,
oft to coosttt experts to lookup be annoying but not serious. from heaves It looks u DIe Unsloa wlthla rises,first by A'Ctndldite: that .Is hesitant about going Into Negro anus andmaklag
Although the politico threw a wrench Into the Beefed information, or to With DIe aid of a willing collaborator U many Ubraas have had plenty decrees' and them Ijr leaps and klms"tf known to the electorate should be scratched at
machinery of confirming Abe Fortas he still stands u &la the intervention short shrift may to of time to comnro win nature. bounds. Although nothing absolutely the polls, Irrespective of what be says to somebidy else.
tall The coalition of congressmen was really bitting backat of someone who CIA pt at the Ddt of ttom. The weekend and their liner uJtu,tIIIWDc definite caa topromlsed, This rear's. election Is oat of the most significant DIe
the Supreme Court u an entire body. And we hope root of the trouble without' wist- activities should be pteasut thaai to com 9 wlthsphllosa- there are stem\ that IOIUWIIc political history of our nation. Who wins la November' will
that this dirty work won't hide behind the "wall of tog too much ttiM rod seer oats with reading writing. pity that will make the task ofllvlnc wfll shortly occur. bother U future of our citits, our oar nation.
Fortas. Cultivating friendly' rslatlonsu walking, and companionshipVmtnitlng more fruitful and tulfllllsr. Is a promotion,or DIe tranttnf' Utilicss of dfilars are to.nj spent to. svarious cauLdato.
One critic stated that "Mr Justice Fortes was sacrificed ,top aa4 social circles .Is also ( tilt *cia.. Should Whether this isaiprtssed '-,I of a favor that Is tolng bid 1Pt, but u It looks from tore, a very minute portion (s tolng capedal -
on the altar of the ultra-conservatives and by those recommended for Arises who this prove iniuffleteot there throun aoneiaafc. tto'aecMslty of 3rtnc the to pt DIe Negro vote. If your vote .is not worth eampatp-
who would,pry into the honorable gentleman's private an la a harry and who are always art TV programs and 'lot aewnobbUsorth.pres nee IUC'I' of ...:ta1atJ seem to tog for,tkta tt .1s not worth baring.
thoughts yea even the number of baths he takes per looklnf for the quickest way op. the movlts to provide the dt- of loved onss does not really to the aoavoldtbtoprtlajksthatyou Politics .is DIe bigpst business la the world. Figure It this
week.Those who are responsible for this depravity would Special talents that are moreeibectre sired "raloDa.I matter u lone u the formula must' so often to throufh.' way' a/w much of tilt minions of dollars sprat to elect a
put Joe McCarthy to shame. behind thu tofore the' 10 1} 28 41171 truly works. I 50 II .2177423AIIAUIS ; ftixjlifoljij you gut?

We hope that the enemies of Fortes have had timeto scenes f ffuM be used unspar- 2 $0,14.55.313.131 If you didn't pt any of the monttary considtratlon, doa,
reflect upon their deeds. Can their closet doors stand Iogty.The rood vtUof the ladies vote for tile candidate.

the test of being opened? They bent their energies upon bs fOIl Jealously encounter guarded.on the way should fill Ill! scum Mil JAI. Why waste your time supporting a maa who.toUttlts you aow,
kind of sin. In this connection. and who win ignore you when to is elected
a particular
pornography '
Jesus sets the example: "He that Is without sin, cut the 5-10-19, ($ -222' 2211.. AIE. 1KbOwa mi ICT.W iiti .> rti. lit. B Ia your obligation to vote for somebody, U should also be I IPL
first stone. thugs. Many people I ". 2.2" ataneuvtr cleverly tt Is said your obUptioa to vote against that soo. oody waodots not prove
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Everyone who has been to church and Sunday School TIIU, realize that caning land or Work smoothly. Mud of what'' that money mats money. This to you MOW that your vote Is worth. something-and that*. DIe
other things of equal vitae may Is true insofar u you ear way tt looks from htrt.
know, what happened to the self-righteous crowd" that lID iPlIL somtUnMs: bs better than Jut Is going oa tahlnd tbs scenes avoid mistakesreftrdlnt
to maiat
confronted Jesus. They all-even man neaked must be for tilt tetter. With maaap
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every cash la .
211'( MAt m having DIe bank. Infiatlan tto kind of investments
away while the Muter wu writhing on the ground. this thought la mind, you may
devaluation rising wul HOW MUCH
Dont wish. ; act There sums costs nip Just u WlU adopt the same; that practicallyparantet IS YOUR
to bars bees Urns enough to doW fit tradoaUy away tactics yourself especially la adequate rites
at solll Its buying power Mates or advisers who are I1ACKNESS
UI1JIk1IIc. imvlltitlnf nr evtarepenttaf
diminishes at connection with financial transactions. WORTH?
u accelerating
known to to absoluttly trustworthy
that auy have twoNovalItbatremales
The peopU from whom
rate. Those who
possess property could offer beneficial
BETWEEN ;THE EXTREMES: TRUTHA necessary. and ganalM skills have JOlt ask favors or quistlonsaetm IbM By JOSEPH UTTKHER:
advice la this respect
is to tatter up the loose MEGRO '
disposed to respond PHESS:
Negro Army Major's charge in Vietnam that U. S. and to see what can bs dons much lass to fear since their favorably. By redprocatincwhoUbMrtedty. DIe tare of speculation which, DrTERXATIONAL
Military services "are the strongest citadels of racism 01:i abort substituting constructive worth rises la proportion to tilt basis for these days Is packapd so U ODe of the most significant .
"ackievtments"toeatto
the face of the earth" came u a surprise to many of us. for aegattva ways of thinking the sinking dollar. This is the diaper sodQisad4hp loaftr-lastlac to fool, most evtrybody. Tto Mieaaftr'tMa' ell brecedyeari bas
As la order to back the kind of thinking many of.you day whea JOlt may to enabled BJaebMa.Deanne 01 color and tilt
news report multiplied concerning t t pt oa is torpd. Thare la aympattode last ttprojcete
blackness
of the Vietnam major, the charge by theLavell Mar budwagoa. Ttors auy be eal should fndoln la BOW, Instead continued cause for comma to obtala sound counsels from Ia tilt V.I. aarbt. is tto hottest commodUy

ritt, we have no doubt.recaUed the widely publicized tlrely aovtl ways to carry oat of Uevlng'tt to the yeareto rsfardinf .ssrvk and health those who really art la a position Black motels (whose skis mast be
black
com when It be too ate ) with natural hair
..., may to know. But tto final
promotion of another Negro officer In South Vietnam gainful or.. They may problems But you will shortly styles, are la great demand by
to take modeling
Frederick Ellu'Davison to the rank of brigadier general also aid la Inking your mark any.measures toprotectyourselves. be la a tar totter position to quarter arbiter will, always, Itotograptora. Back sidekicks areWaUeatorfeaew agencies and maculae

General Davison's view as stated at the time was thai 1| to more rapidly aad effectively 7 20 19 take them up and solve them have to be your own commonsense telnUSoa *'! Jarpl1 u a nl1llt cI tilt .
acceptance 01 actor.coaedIu
I than of the old Cmif or toner nelincs, especially r
the Army has made "unbelievable progress in eliminat any ones. to your and everyoae'a satisfacttoB. Bur QIIbr_
ing racial discrimination." this mews breaking with < .U-S4.100 whea fOIl have learned Many bdUtrbl
companies, schools, public aad
private anodes
Hence, General Davlson's and Merritt vie traditions why be disturbed? a'. from past eiperleece that "they as well u social
Major I I .- TO II M9'.7W groups,are frantically trying to Dad tts tahr
tend Keep
WWflrsTtblnp have
are poles apart on the matter of discrimination. And I ,40 ,- l 1. tI aevsr you shade of Uackntss to Jota their troops.
mi well la line.
common sense alone that truth .is .. AH.Ambit social ejmenses Retail compaatea
suggests probably somewhere are aow sailing"natural"
between the two poles U,.alongsE". pros SASI1TAIII.fill. I 10" 1J U 21 ,- aOf TOMB Cosmetics manufacturers have wigs lor:a mea mint aDd to

Presumably the Army itself would be the last to sa> 1.li This 101. selling sprays, creams, combs, etc, for treatmelil of rtiral
all prejudice has been eliminated in the services, not; 21s" 211t't to be the most aasveatfil 23rd SIC list .wcaCrtate ,halt atyies.dottos .
contend that all of its hundreds of thousands of men arc t first AU looks quarter of the mutt. Keep dtaigners and Importers are also making fortunes.
free of racial prejudice. very proalslng at the start going forward, since tt is an* Welcome peopte. "Tire la'a .1t.. pulling A C'teu clotbea sad U'tUactt.' The ale ell boat os flock
but there may be some dUe, thinkable to do otherwise bet period' for playing U aloes,and 1. 211. history] and pictures and posters of tilt late Dr. Marta Lear
flculttes adjusting to slowly enough so U not to pt one whaatt .is advisable to mix plesnafitsis. While ,King. Jr.,Malcolm X. Lend Jones,StoUI1 Carmichaej 8.'Rap
aew companions ,

and 'surroondinp. out of touch with whatever Is fresly with aU lid auodry.Mo there baa not beta too much' Brows etc are at uau-ua. ladoat aUl1aueil doDarI
time wasted oa anunMots could joint oa around yes The time matter what your secret emphasis oa social lift to ( aDd ). wen Isldcamceraed abod DIe
tlwe
well be ased getting the Job. to start .Dttr1aID1JIc mora at Vbracs may to, the Urns tt. does not augury that this alas, std etlorts d p op. >,
WEEK
THIS IN NE6RO HISTORYOctober done sod. wally aiorsqulckty horns Is fUt approachlnf Set for fcrecarloesaess .Is at band. Importani phase .h ale totfltcttd. What Is 1M?>ta* *M mist H Wit are 10 wen oft why rock
that all the requisites havsbewprovided Ton may as well face up to the DIe boat Why do
and efflcltndy U a result Tour same blacks din say this te aaJJ t*ta&Ia Dr
23, 1952: Frank I. Peterson. Jr., Topeka Kaa. was- Duties tad respooslbUlttes for la food Porto fact, and auks preparations maUnt If..... sdciepieg that tt Is a bbteat attront to Ito remaining dTof gty uS cIJat1DctsCl1
first Negro to via a coayslssion and wing la tilt Marine Corps should be assigned MIllie that while It .till 1s & accordingly! so as not to to ibo baa not la tile least beta a castrated people
tots Is the Wilt way to keep obb1a them wlthow too much found wtadftf when the moment afflicted and it should not to Why 40 "ataali shout "wake up, brothers and slstersl Cant

October IS, 1953: Dr. John B. King became the first Negro to everybody happy. The basis for effort Follow dowa the prevailing tees that ,comes. Thtre could to officialor tor allowed: to(row stale by disuse. fOIl Me JW"n btJDc utd1 Cart you ......cu: you ten'.,*
bra
bs nominated assistant school superintendent& la New York City security oa the job and la the mood and other comptUlnf reasons Those of yes who still Wkyto this practice cf commercialising tile Mtgro'sbUckBesa
hone may bs discussed and could open yen to the charge ofextravacaace. JOlt to be somewhat ell s public .atntle should redouble retorts := aim i>srcaologlcally. as aa tvioy load u s rue
Too muchsecretlveness
October W. 1110 Tom kiollnaaax. a slave, fought Tom Crl1Jb policies, adopted. fipxe. The afore, tt* role yes to meet mteresUnc people aad .
of England lathe oa the part oftsenacsra play should be done that eaBaaces It u bIacbta aad 1M
to their Interest In whatever
aeavyvtight boxing title. should be dis, arouse yyoure COIIaerda1 ... c(JOIIf SJaJ&twic -
prastlge what way you know BOW, to do ad andr D udtual fd
October II, 1953: Adkot-wciologid Elisabeth R. Bays, first courapd for tt could covtr t teflacts to ems tost' vW to gals from you itieck pecpls will have to CCI1Uaue to walt
multitude oTthlap
Macro YWCA national secretary, died ID Mew lark City. 4.10 .1I.1S..SZO a 1.50.1$ II U: 937 p s11' -, 45 Tl 212 Y .45.u.11, 74 .or to recent YOrk harder be aceeptd.togatttomuhw toe.th.rbetonthey cu ppaat '

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I .! Mikes History CAlENDAR j Will Preside At Game,Sihirdiy 1 r



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EVENTSPallbearers Wr + A I

ra k,. p y l w
lociety No. II. 1t .
Mrs Ella Red,president,vlir t : bI +
BFI n hold Its meeting Monday& nlfhV
October tl. at 7 p m., U the
Mt Olive Prlmltlr* Baptist
Church basement. Fourth tad
Myrtle.

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Services will be conducted u
coal at First Bon Temple
el },'; it OB Sunday October 27.

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The seventeenth anniversary
of the Diner Board No. 4 will
be MoidayOctoberZSatlp.m. r
la the main auditorium of the
+' church. Participants win be
/' Deacon Moretead Ret. "
Roy '
E. Simpson, Mr*.LUlle Wric&U : ::1

ML Calvary Baptist, Mrs., .
Tbelma Ray, Jerusalem Baptist .t
South Side, Monroe Ford
Julia Loofworth, Ml. Vernoo
Baptist, Messiah Baptist Choir' \
"0. 1, Mrs. Leila SlniJeton .:
ML Vernon Baptist. Deaeoa i IIIrft! I i I 11 .
Charles Levant,SL Mark Bap- Royalty most always reign. Nofoofbanehssle would be complete the Cator UowL Sports enthuki2is win, then, be treated, not
tilt, O. Merrit, Zlon Hope, without the royalty. These charming young ladies, BethuneCookmanltes. only to a spectacular game, but will see Bethone's royalty and i I IWhen
Mrs. Pearl Thomas, Zion will be at the game Saturday night, October 26, at witness an In-between march spectacle. Martin
Hope PhlUip Allback Union
President, Mrs. Apes Williams CrOlll'lloCo'I
Board President, Mr*. Delta Sigma Thetas Chi Phi
Eta
Harriet Wilson,presentation I
Announce Mental
Usher Board No. 1, New Bethel
the
AME, Usher Board No. X, ML only
Ararat Baptist The aervlag Health ProgramThe Sorority Plans will do
choir will be No.I of Rico Hop, Jacksonville Alumna n purest :

the serving other board, No. 2, Chapter of the Delta Sigma ..bVASELINE' MTuotruM jtitrhflp
Founders Event
Rica Bope. The church 1s located Theta Sorority 1* sponsoring prevent dlapprr ,

e at UM West Church its third annual Fall Mental Sigma .Chapter, Chi Eta Phi >..h..f row dinpi" 'rthanpr
Mrs. Ruthle Tiller Isprogram
Street
Health Series, la cooperationwith to diaper<'hnnl'n.'lth.runtinuoUtl *
Sorority, Inc., will hold 111FOUDd.u'
chairman. Rev. E. R.
the Mental Health Association film pru'ld.Inlf"
: : Simps I* pastor. Day observance and mnirturc rhlctd. r. .
of Duval County, oo + I eperlellr
$ the tenth anniversary of Sigma
October 21 at the Myrtle Avenue formulated for ..,
Chapter at 4 p.m. Sondiy In No
complete
Branch Library at ':S3 p.m. Lee Auditorium: of Edward puritr. won- VI
drr II out of In ntiHhrr
The topic to be discussed will .1
An district of the choir will be WHAT ABOUT DHUCS AND Waters College.The In..l..t on Rcnulne'IN.e.line' ul I
for ml observance
celebrate adversaries at 7:19 speaker Petroleum idly
Daylight Grocery at Us ana*! baaqeet U UM Civic Auditorium on September 19, presented- p..'". SIIDIk,. Rev. 5. Badger DRINKING This discussionwill will be Mrs. Helen S. You I'A)'*IIItlimirr than
several twtrdi. b the top plctare are official and special pasts, tray UM I.ft. namely of Emaiel Baptist will be conducted by William Miller, pad ate of the Yale y. for other hr.",1 l_ of .... 'I) ;
Mr, A.; Grew, Kin Inert Burgraat, Mr A. Green Mr. lanai Edward and Mr. Barry Jack* be pastor the principal speaker. The Carter pbarmalst and owner University School of Nursing hokum JrU,...but your Ci I .
ton. fa the otter ptchr: art Vjutri, from left Mt. Junta Thomaj, Mr, and Mrs. Johnny male chores of Ml. Sinai of the Carter' Ortega Pharmacy a winner ct the Mary Mahoney 5' Miyluwmthlt! I :
4* Aa:. >'-.. :;:'uta 'XkwiU: Ku Paula; Porter: and 11:. Leroy Love. Baptist will furnish: the moslc. The,other Inc. Include Award .'or lies, and the chairman a %*-:- .
programs : of the Department! of Nur- c ._
services will be held .
Regular SEX EDUCATION '
the fourth
session ,
lug North Carolina College at 1
Holmes Fulcher Nuptials
SoAday. : THE FACTS OF LIFE: Dvham. Otitr participant oa :

WEDDNGBELLS AND MENTAL HEALTH. Tbls'session the program will be Rev. R.McKlaalck I
will be led by Mr*. St Vincent' Hospital .

The Rose of Sharon BIble Club Director Lynne Galloway of the Planned, Executive Parenthood School of Nursing Chorus, t I..
.. Eugene Whit and the Eugene\
will meet Sunday at 4 p. In Association: of Northeast '-
the home of Mr*. Emla MadU Florida. J. Butler School Chorus. t

Clarence S. Webb UllSantee 'son, 1111 West IKh Street The fifth and final program will Community be Service citations ..r !>* I
Rd., XI and Linda U Williams, AU member are .!petted to be will be a play entitled THE DAT tennis Mrs.WtihelmesliRatledgsMrs. ''I.
_.. oC \
present Mr*. N. Alenndir, I
McYtilaa THE SKY WENT: JO SCHOOL
r.au Pii.J Ery] > Hillman e..'
presldnt. Mrs Mary Trapp a
This play will 61 with comminlcatloa.between and WuadeU Holme3Mrs. ,. ,1t
Charlie U Brow ma-rr... reporter. the !f
Thomas Bevel I* !JhaW-'
M. 11 and Deborah teenager ud the parent.AU .
man A. man of this observance. Mrs.
.
Water, 900 Bethel a, II. sessions will be conducted: Samuel: Roger, and Mr*. H. w'r I
The third t of the '
anniversary at the Myrtle Annie Branch
a Bergeron are the co-chairmen. ''
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Willie E. Ball,' Jr., till Befonia Host and 1Io eI. Club will be Library at ':SO p.m. with the -
"" r rt., IS, and Bettye J. Sunday, October 27.: at I .. exception of the final program, ** *
Mlcten, WO W, llth St., 21. la the amen of 14. AraratBeptle the play, which will be presented .
Church. Participant at the Baydxi Burn ,
Johnny L. Frailer, 1111 E.90th scheduled are: Twelve Christ Library Auditorium oa November
j St., U and Mary U JenkIns laa Club, Choir Mo. S of Mt., 11, at :30 p.m. BLANCHE CALLOWAY'
IOU E. UCla St, I!. Ararat, Debris Anderson, The public 1* Invited toattend. '
(of the famous musical Calloway's) A ','
Deacon Earnest Thomas,Mabl Mr*. Thomas J. Chandler 1s "* ....
Bobby A. Wood cm, toil W.ItIa ,Mlacy Mrs. Rose Rile. The projects chairman. now Executive Vice president .r
StApt.. L U and Cynthia Aagelettes, Mlu ValoryMalory of Afram House ;;
F. Stalling*, lilt Van Bore The Cliftones. Mrs.
SL, 33. lUSt Thomas, Mrs. EthelD.Bannister PHONE FOR APPOINTMENT says remember this name: fi

tad Miss Camilla ..
C Hlplon Savings Jackson Mrs. Irene Williams -- .,;.,
I DR. REX SMITH .oJ .
will respond and Mr*. Evelyn
; il
Bansbury win give the 1 W
presentation.
\ Club Will Celebrate .
The Elevator Ladles .
I The Champion Savings Club Cub will be the guest Ro>m. toO W.STATE EL4U81RED .: ,.

f will celebrate the Itthannlversary N
I Monday tight October tl.
at I p..., at the BroohffraJer .1:
'" N
Boas
*
; '. );, ;
-' Jtr Acpearlnc& on wulbeTMr I
Mess Willa TvaneeTalclMr. daughter of Mrs. JuaaUa: Folder, *. Mary Mealy Mill lr > til ;
wu married to Veraoa Frailer Holmes, son of Mr*. Gloria Geneva Taker Miss Mutes
t
Frailer Beat at 1 p.m October U lathe Mt. OUT Primitive Basset Mr*. Marie Williams, ,
baptist Cbjrch. Rev. J.M. Dlxoa officiated. UM bride was given Mr*. Lacy Tumble, MIa; ; G7be
In mar lags S>y her godiather. Mr. Leroy Argrett.She for awAUne Vena Brows Mr*. Ucllle G. ;
gown of peal de MM with Venice fact. Bur veil was' Jones, Bonce William, and
attached to a pearl crown and she carried u orchid oo a bate: Deacon Robert 1. Prater. .f
Miss Eva Mat Bitter was the bridesmaid. Jimmy Aastin.. The public 1* Invited Mrs,
best man. The reception followed tbs ceremonies la the lower Martha Williams 11 president.Mr .

_auditorium of the_church._ __ ___ Annie L.Bell 1s. r.tarJ.
+IOUS

Barracks Auxiliary five ) a. .

an exciting new idea. :o :
Holds. Meeting i j ,
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The Ladies Auxiliary of Gate- 2
war Date acts Mo. 3131, Vet. :;'1 the first blackorientedmail l'
eroa of World, War Mo. I,

w111 bold their regular meetlDc ,. .I..S-
Saturday at I'M Hf RoI 's c ::
at I pjm. An officer and company order
chairmen of all committee are company {
asked to'attend. A dadJcatlna '
will be made. Dues for IMS ;
are to be accepted. The agenda offering a catalogs! :
calls for a 100 per cent report
by December 1. On November .. .iI

be 9 the bel4.election of officer will CROSSPROFESSIONAL In living 1 color.I I!' :\ \ .


Datal Gouty ''s a crowd SHOESFor Our quality produces have been selected and designed with ''i;

you in mind. We agree that "Black is Beautiful" but Afram." :;

hue Alumnae your career in white-the "proteuional".tyUnl' House goes further. Among our many products we are ''::;> !f ,..... :, 11
of "Trooper". Super-Ilght, super- .
Holds MeeliigThe soft, super-flexible leather combined with the making available, for the first time, cosmetics in many :;

oxford colors and shades that blend with skin tone and give "
Duval CousryStattoa' basic Red Cross styling of a laced your ,' j
Vocatlooal Licenced Practical Cushioned heel and buoyant sole. So supple you that ratu'rallook,To receive your free catalog, just \ : ; ,: ,

Nurse Alinoae win inert your foot seems caressed in a cloud. All fill out the coupon below and I will personally see that :t
October 15, at I p.m.. J ,
Friday, combine for fit that' I '
all-day-wonderful '
a '
la the home of the president, makes it a party r you receive your catalog promptly. 'to'; I r

Mr*. E.R. Wilson, IMS West TROOPER $".00' ........................................'.............................................."... .ij
lilt Street :::
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: AMAM HOUSE >! ; '1'0
A cookout has been planned.AU : '
active member are expected -' ELLMAR'URED : 1001 N.E.12SUI St IiAM :
to brlnj member This 1 Miami, rla. 1)101PlMte :
membership drive. token 1 send me without ADDIIU '. GlTI :1
Is of a appreciation will be given Seagram's- Crown-The Sure One [f CROSS SHOES I obligation your latest i i
Alum Houw caUlog rtlQlII
the largest member number brtn of inc member U the Hearsay $iiuui co.LY.c.steal man.M N*.un cuu melee wml$. TM>..<.......__J 15. SLAURAM I- ......$.d.c_, I....................".............'f..AU....lIP..............................................





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I Mrs. Eliza Wise Will Address St. Paul. A.M.E. Women's Confab October 27 I




Fountain Chapel 'Women's Day Is SI. PM! A.ME. Speaker Allen Chapel'A.M.E.s' Silen liptlst

Women's Day IsOctober CHURCH NEWS
Held WeMeA'sAnvil
Seeder-Mrs. Skenee Is Speaker, 27


Mrs. Ablah Shehee, wife of Presiding Elder Sbehee of the AUE Women's Day wTu'be held at PreercleMl. Cr2lJm! U&2)Day will be celebrated Sunday with the women
Church will be the principal speaker at the morning Women'sDay .
Alton Chapel AUK Church icconHn
,
Salem School togtos at J 4
Church Sunday j.
Baptist the morning service. :
of
Fountain AUE 737 Jessie Street in charge
services at Cbapel Church '
to Mrs. Willie Shlggs
r3 | 1281 West 21st Street will Mrs. Daisy Baptist Church will speak lathe Part.
Sunday October 27.
dudi nan.llrs. celebrate Its Women's Day on the felows> service win be held. The College
At I
Urs. Rattle Bell Daniels: is the prayer. The Scripture will Velma Bannermaa will Sunday, October TJ, with Baptist p.m.Church 'and the Community Baptist Church will beDtrticimtint

general chalf man. be read by Mrs Uosell Wash be pastor for the Jty. services throughout the cia,. BTU begins at e p.m. The evening worship begins

Sunday School will begin at ington. Urs. Patricia Lanrey Participating groups or persons Guests will be present duringthe at 780pm. The men will be In charge. Rev. Bennett will

':30 with Uis. toes J. Reid will lead the hymn.Mrs.Gladys will be: Diher Board, day. In the Sunday School deliver the message. Choir rehearsal Is every Wednesday

as guest superintendent. Guest Butler and Mrs. R.B. Washing. ) Jerusalem Baptist; Mrs.Vivian guests will be: Mrs. Addle .
teachers will be Mrs. Rosa L. ton. Mrs. S.D. Davis win mate Lane Henry Gordon AYE,Yrs..Pearl Hayes, superintendent; Miss at I p.m.COLOSSIAlS

Weaver, Urs. Sarah Seymour, financial reports.Mr,.Daniels Cole, Church of God in Malvenln Fletcher, secretary; BAPTIST

Urs. Ines Reid. Urs. Evelyn chairman will make remarks. ; .1.,. Christ, prayer; New Hope AHE Mrs. Willie D. Lucas reviewer Sunday School bertnl at'::30wUIa the superintendent teachers

West will review the lesson. Rev. F.W. Jones, Sr., pastor, kL f4. .4tT Choir; llrs. Akneta Moaner, ; and Mmes. Lucy Smith m charge. The lesson win be reviewed by the superintendent.
Miss Agatha Dumas will serve win mate remarks. lira. Juanlta: Hating Midway
closing Lucille Mote, Dorothy ROey The evening worship begins at 6 p.m. Rev. Crrawford.pastor
u secretary. 4ve AME, Decalogue.lira. and Matte Fletcher, teachers. will deliver both sermons. Choir No. 1 and Usher Board No. 1

The morning service begins Rebecca Thompson, Hew Mrs. Shirley Kohn will preside win Choir No. 1 win rehearse at 6 p.m. Prayer service
serve.
at 11 am with Mrs. Z.L Pinner Grove St. James, Missionary offering la the morning .service at 11 at 7.30
begins Tuesday p.m.
Tyrus, presiding. Urs. Mary Mrs. Rattle Nesbltt,New Bethel.AUE aa. Participants will be: Mrs.

Uobley will give the consecration hymn; Mrs. Co u t.I. Dorothy Johnson Mrs. list TABERNACLE BAPTISTThe

prayer. The Scripture Baptist' ChurchThe Byrd First Samuel Baptist,. will have a fashion show on Sunday afternoon
... .. young people
wm be read by Urs. RubyeOvens. solo; Mrs. Willie Green, St. ';T' -.
celebrated November
Their day will be on 10
at 6 youth ,
p.m.
Urs. Vera Sadler will John Baptist Introduction d'speaker'
of' Miss Genevieve Jackson
Farmer Groves Baptist ; beginning with the Sunday School. Is
be the guest soloist. UissDelphlne Mrs. Ruth TaMes Mt> ..
Church, 1111 Franklin Street ; ",* president. Sunday School begins at 930. Mrs. Bessie Solomon
Thomas will Introduce Ararat Baptist speaker
Rev. B.W. Nelson, pastor will The win be in charge. The morning service begins at 11 a.m. with
the speaker. bold the Annual Sunday offerincwUltosoperrised speaking. All youth choirs and Usher
Day W.E.
? Rev. Young, pastor,
The Youth Program will begin by Mrs. Marie Knight, lola
October 17. teachers'meeting will be Wednesday
Board No. 4 will serve.
at 3 Urs.. Leona Daniels Crews Mrs. Nellie Smith
p m. ,
ty
Sunday School will begin at choir rehearses at 9.30. Prayer meeting
at MS p.'nItoath
wlU.to in charge. Miss Tfaetaa. Mrs. Marie Griffin, hits in.
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9 30 with teachers in charge. will be at 730. The deacons, trustees, deacon boards No. 1 and
Daniels will be cbalrD i4. Miss Elizabeth Washington and Mrs.:
Urs. Leola Thomas and Mrs their anniversaries Jointly on October S7
No. S will observe
Agatha Dumas to co-chairman. Maebtll Allen. Mrs. Mae Ma.,
Alma Canadate will Instruct. church auditorium.
to the
The youth choir of Danish Baptist -- -- sake win welcome the rlsltors. at 3.39 p.m.
Mrs. Laura Hayes will relewthe -
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win serve, with Urs.t Kiss Jewel Collins ci Royal
""McBride at the console. lesson. Mrs. Ella P. Rich Wise. will presented at e p.m. Mrs. Rosa Tabernacle Baptist will Bake JERUSALEM MISSIONARY! BAPTIST ,

The combined choirs of the The morning service, at 11 be the Women's Day speakerfor M. Mint .to General CU1: obsemtlons. Rt,. J.C. Due Sunday School begins at ':1) with the superintendent to charge.

church win serve at t : a.m., win be opened by devotions the 11:00 A. M. serviced man. Co-chairman ai. U fl. merman, pastor win nuke The Holy Communion wm be administered at 1 p... 03 Monday

Urs. A. Harrison will preside.p.m from the Freewill Prayer at St. Paul A. M.A Church, Lucille Johnson, .. Utf.aOe remarks. f. .. Bight CM 96th anniversary of t the church and the ninth of the pastor

I, Mrs Irene Loc ett. will give Band. The Bolsey Chapel Choir October 17. Mrs.W.'i. is s Evans and Vivian White. Mrs Captains are: Mrs FanaleWmiams i l [ L : win begin, with Waymaa Chapel AUE Church to charge. On

win sing. Mrs. M. Roseberty member of West Union Baptist A. C. Chandler will be the pr.-' Mrs. Waste Mrs. Tuesday night. Bethel Baptist, South Side, and Mt Olive Baptist,

t will serve U acting pastor. Church and an Instructor siding! officer for the da,. Rev. Euralee ,Tookes, Mrs,Daisy MRS. SBQtUT leD will be to charge. On Wednesday: night Oat Grove and First

CUDS or Tims Urs. Ulnerva Under will give it Eugene Butler High School. A. C. Chandler to pastor. Brown .Mrs. Luvenla Baptist of Mandarin will be guests. On Thursday Bight St tart
Squire
the welcome Urs. Ethel Hoteodus The Frailer Sisters will be !OdellWhite Sampson, Mrs. Done Cham- Baptist of New Berlin and First Baptist of Fernandlna Beach
The family of the Me BlabopEugen Mrs Lee Calvin, Mrs. bets
Mrs. Ella Simoons,
will respond. The win to to charee. On Friday al Sweetfleld Baptist and Denial
Clifford Hatcher takes Mission offering will be taken Mrs. Genera Bhkeley, Mrs. Mae K. Ralph, Mrs. Mae On November 4
win be Monday night
Baptist Church present. ,
method of expressing their Annials Mrs. Madre Johnson Mrs.
this Ibf Urs. J. Ulnnes. Urs. Law Second Impost Joint D. Flagner, soloist Mrs. Do-. the closing sertves will be condicted by Bethlehem Baptist,
sincere appreciation for every Pearl Major and Mrs. Doris
,- retha Davis, Mrs. Fredooia
too will make announcements.Urs. .
St Pail and Union Progressive BaptlIt.CIaoIr.aDdCOllCf'pUou
kind ncprtsiloa a sympathy D. Washington will give Will Ftatire Many Jax CkirchesMore Allen. Brow Mrs. Christine Swain, win be present.
shown them by the hund/eds; the Scripture reading. Mrs Officers and committee chairman Mrs. iota Riddle, Mrs. Al-
of friends dirlng their boa?I are: Mrs. Willie Shlggs,
t liaise Blake and Mrs. Willie
LUlie Byry will for the than
pray EMANUEL BAPHST
of bereavement 20 churches will participate to the Joint anniversary general chairman Mrs. Leola
;
i t May the blessings of thee .sick services of the Second Baptist Church,.S4Ittnr.Road, according Gemba. co-chairman; Mrs. McCoy. Mrs. Rosa Nelson will Teachers and Prayer meeting will to Tuesday at the usual hour.

Saviour abide constantly with Mrs. Francis' Washington will ,to a release from the office of Mrs.Alberta Williams publicity. Ibm Sampson, secretary and receive visitors. Choir No.' 3 will rehearse Wednesday at 7pm. Choir No.' I win
sing. Rev. Mrs. Parker win will bank Mrs. Gladys Dickey and Mrs rehearse at I p.. On Thursday the noonday Prayer Service win
each The anniversary Mrs. Rosa Gatson. treasurer.
one. Mrs. Oreatha T. Introduce the speaker, Mrs. Rev. J.C. Sams, pastor willcover .Rt,. C.B. Dalley and Saitoh MOlt Mills win lead the de be told at the church. Choir No. 1 will rehearse at I p... On
Signed: Rev. A.
Hatcher wldjw Urs Georgia Stokes. Mrs. Rosen-, the years of service of Metropolitan Baptist, votions.Mrs. Saturday the Junior choir will rehearse at 8 p.m. Sunday: School
; Jtuby Gospel Traveling
B. Colcmax Louise Nelson win be
Cravtord daughter EugvaeJr. berry will extend membership.Mrs. the church to Jacksonville, and begins si 1.30 a.m. with Mrs. Mamie Fields and Deacon George
; Fridays Friendship Baptist, the morning speaker and will
Frances will
.. Washington will focus attention on those Smith to charge. The lesson will be reviewed by an appointee.
son. sing. who have served over the years Baptist; Rev. W.C. Neal, St., Stars Plan Honoring be Introduced by Mrs. MettleFletcher. The morning worship begins at 11 a.m. with the deacons
:
I u well U those who, as pioneers Mar,'. Baptist. Rev. J.M Bryant charge. BTU begins at 8 p.m. with Deacon James Phillips m

are DO longer Uvlng. ; Bethany Baptist, Rev. L. The Gospel Traveling Stars Mrs. Beatrice Cefcoue win charge. The evening worship begins at ':30. Choir No. X will

* I The week of Thanksgiving! and Williams and )It. Ararat w ll bold appreciation pro- preside over the Youth Hoar. serve to the Fellowship: Hour at Abyssinia Baptist Choir (. 1,

of Christian Fellowship will Baptist, Rev. D.J. Graham. turn for their magician, Mrs. Participants and groups wm tot and the Junior choir, and Usher Board No. 1 and the Junior..

I begin with the coming Second A guest minister win speak Willie G. Harris. Soaday night I. St. Mark Baptist Choir No. >; Board will serve. Miss Loretta Robblas sad C.B. Fisher will

Monday November Sunday morning and Sunday October n, at theEphealai Miss Mary Nell Collins, Miss be to charge of music.
/ Baptist on )
,
Baptist Church Third and Stafford Clara Swain and Miss Frances
'algnt. ,
4 at ':10. of the following con.fregallooa ,
fti4 The West Ualon'Baptlat beginning at I p.m. Jones; Miss Matvenla Fletcher,
,.Greater Payne tad ,their Chapel, pastors AUE.: Church, Rev. A.J. Cummtngs Mrs. Jells RobUsot will Mrs Mettle Fletcher, Mrs. C. New St. James A.H.E.ClrircfcHfrtoWofiei's. ,SI. Stephets A.H.E.
:
Rev. RX King Ut. IlulIllUloaarJ' ,pastor, the First New Zlon serve u mistress of cere- Rents, Mrs. PearlCole.MIBS'Lladay '
'
> Baptist' Rev. 8.' Baptist Church, lie,.'C. Brown mole Choirs 'gro** and Pear, Miss 'BUM* I Church .HoldsWo.el's
and the Sprtsgblll Baptist soloists of the city alone with While, Miss Diane Fletcher' .
Lane St. John Missionary
'' J.Bapds!,;Pet. A.J. Hughes.On Church, Rev. Theodore Lee, various prayer baths and their Miss Gt:>>Taster. Mr s.Minnie Day li November Day
tb.week pastor, wlU to to charge of the leaders, ministers and congregations Clark, Miss C'IrtstlaeWilliams *
and throughout
t1 BD Tuesday after-service activities at 1.18. will be present and the St Mart New St James AUE Church St. Stephen's AYE Church hu
will to Abyslints
participants : Rev. The choirs, ushers and Mrs. Harris' II musician at Spiritual Five.Tbe will hold Us Women's Day ser.vtce completed plans for s memorable -
Missionary Baptist,
Antloch officials of each church will be the Magnolia Baptist Church, offering will be taken by on November 10. Urs.SaUye Womeu's Day on Sanity,

STffESENATOR/ Rev.D.tW1fID'J.J. Janes; Little Baptist Rock with the pastor of that church, Deland Baptist Church' Sweet- Miss Danette Whltlry, MissCharleM Jacksonvillelimuwill October n.
; u well u the congregation. water, Band ci Truth Choir and Brooks. Mrs. Vivian'' toll"" speak to the Tl programs will get off to
Rev. W.C. Mitcb.un4Mt.
Baptist Prior to the preaching hoar of the Gospel Traveling Stars. Cunnings and Miss Jacqueline morning service.. s start with the Sunday School.
I Calvary Je,. W.U. Rill.Wednesday .
[ ,Emanael Baptist the theme will be discussed Charles Kemp will serve u Swain. The official setup to listed Mrs. L.V. Randall will bllM.

: Bethel by a member of Second guest musician. Miss Viola Johnson will preside -: as follows guest speaker to the norajngservke.
Rev. S.L. Badger
I DEMOCRAT Baptist The church's combined, at 9 p m. Participants win Chairman, Mrs. Battle Perryi; Mrs. 3.1 Johnson will
Baptist Institutional Rev. R.
DlsmlCT .McKlssick St Stephen's, Aid choirs will slag. Bethel A.M.E. Church be: First Samuel Choir L "co-chairman, Mrs. Lyaette give the can to worship. Other
;; The celebration will close with Bethel Baptist Other: Board No. Bra s. General CoordInilor, participants will be Mrs.
Rev. J.S. Johnson. the Pastor's Plans Homecoming 1, Mrs. Lonale Monday Mrs. Mrs Eva Gorton; Pastor for
Night Program. ,
Peal pollIcal .4.....__' Thursday: St. Matthew Rev. Eleanor Davis Mrs. Qemrt-
Pn01a.r C W .5..-'loft I G.A. Price Central Baptist An are Invited. )It. Bethel Baptist Chore Is B. Williams. Mrs. Perkins .the day, Mrs. W. Harris Secretary One Brown, Mrs. Gweadilya

Je,. Levi Green First Baptist planning the annual homecoming Mrs. Uailae Dallas, Mrs. Mrs. Annie Madison; Jones Mrs Sarah Seymour
for November 17. A special Shirley Baker, Mrs. Ida Jones, Assistant Secretary, Mrs. Ar- Mrs Mamie Taylor Mis. E.
* Invitation has been extended to Mrs. Lottie Tookes. M.rI; sator Reynolds; Treasurer, Vergln Coker, Mrs.,Ethel ...

all former members. Rev. S.. Marian Wright, Mrs. Quisle Mrs. Mary Johnson;Co-super Pierce Mrs. Thomas W+Rr.

WHEN YOU ARE 111 Thomas Is pastor. Mrs.Juaaita Gray sad Mrs. Delores Brtghti intendents, Mrs Eloise EdIIQ.d Mrs J.L Arnold. Mrs. Clara
and Mrs. Leatha
Beet Glover .Is chalrmu. Officials presiding la various Jones GuestSuperintendent. Wllkersoo, ur. Pbiy Brooks,
You Seek The Doe- areas are Offering, Mrs. Mrs. A. Sneed. Mrs. Maggie Slmms aDd Mrs
I
tor. When Your Doctor' -' II jt .- Carthale Ford Mrs. Sarah Assistant coordinators will be/ Sarah Best
Does
Coca-Cola prescribes, Get Expert Leggette, Mrs. E. M. Cuthbert Mrs. Annie tempter, Mrs. The chorus of Edward Waters

'need Pharmacists Jo 11 a' Mrs. Sadie Hall; Finance Mrs.Rosa Mamie Adams Miss Serena College will to concert

have the taste ..a .-. .t. L. NelsonRemarks.Mrs.Viola Adias,_Mrs. Florida Rackard.: at 3pm. appear
Fill Prescriptions Ac- '. Johnson and Mrs.-Catt. Miss Ruth Adams and Mrs! ...
{ A panel will feature the -
cordingTo Your Doctor'sOrders. arise Sampson; Acknowledge- Mary Williams.
tired of? log servke. Participants win
you never get :a BRAND NEW n.1I meats Mrs. Maxine apse.Ottklali On the Finance Committee wUl be Chas Brown moderator

'Se Use Only The Best C. E. BLACK are: General Chairman be: Mrs, Mary Johnson, chairman Robert L. Williams Neal Bhnl
: 196? VW Mrs. Koha cochairman ; Mrs. Eva Guyton Battle
I Mrs.
and Mrs.
Quality Drugs: Proprietor Miss Jaale Johnson.
Viola Johnson Perry Lynette Annie
Is it ? Braggs. : till
always refreshing Julia Climate will lead
Program Urs.Catkerlae Madison sad Leatha Jones. Oa
Bug, ,
3 Lady ,
Registered Pharmacists To Servo Your .a Sampson cochairman Programs the Music ConuaittM are:Mrs opening hymn. Mrs. ,Thelna

Mrs. Evelyn Vim Annie Sampler, dIa1naaaIIra.' Ray will lead the prayer. The

Do better .... ...r- COMPLETE LINE OFCosaetlcs -......... .. SEDANAUTOMATIC :{ Secretary-Treasurer, Mrs.; 'Florida Brunsoo.Mrs.Beatrice scripture! will be read by Mrs.
things
offering
go a I Rosa Lee. The missionary -
r Dolly Corey Reporter, Mrs. Bamm, Mrs. Eloise Edmond Urs.
will be takes by
Sampson Acting Pastor and Mrs. Marie Duhart On the
with Coke Rubber Goods Candles STICK SHIFT .., Mrs. W.Q.;Rogers Flauet, Ways sad Means committee Mary Blake. Mrs. Mamie Taylor

a Mrs. Rosa Nelson.Decorations. win be: Mrs. E. Ceylon chairman will make announcements.

after Coke after Coke? 'bundrles.. t .. Mrs. Etta Heal; Tooth, Mr a.. ; Mrs. Mary Johnson Mrs. AUhea Badger and Urs.

.. ....-f (lj .. Beatrice Calhoun Mrs. Robbie Baker. Mrs. Mary of Alma Pincknry will be la char n
.' Rev. W.Q. Cruel and Mrs. Estslla the offering. Mrs. Raby
-PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED1907 Rogers Is pastor. Porter. Cummlngs win sing
I Mrs. Catherine Sampson Is re Those on the Courtesy Committee Bryant
Arw.wvrawwntaa ;wr RINKS IOAI 353-1279 "Mrs. St Stephen's" will be
CatlinGriffin porter. are: Mrs. Wmtecamp.
.
W.M let a .MMaM o.....a ibha.<
Lilly's Dreg Store /!: ;.. Plats Silver Tea Alice m mberdd Hubbard and ,Mr Mrs.. Elisabeth Anale K 'The;30 with Sunday Mrs.School Egga opens Brooks at

d( A Silver Tee win be held at' Wright The Beaattficattoa as clOlo1lL A' visiting

f ;. Volkswagen= the St Paul Baptist Church Committee members are: Mrs. group of workers win assist

SISTER IESSIE ,. INC m Sunday, October 27. from 4 to .Arsator Reynolds chairman; The church located' at Ftt
.. 8 .. Mrs. and Dam Streets.
She will read your .1IUr.1If -past,pr..1Dd i 1250 tAST'.tl. SI. ? Obatne Harris. Emma
This affair Is being given la Montgomery Pearlie
futurersne asks no I questions but will.tell 700 Johnson
behalf of the Dual Billie Pat Hoisiig Coifereice
Day obser
and Mrs. RoWe
what you want to know giving dates sad facto of ,tjj.H.Sa.i vance.SEAFOOD Baker.
-La
health and affalrf. Will I
business, love family ; On the Planed For
Public
help; you find lost art Tells you<< whom you will! 1 I Relations Committee

marry and when. U the one yoslove<< 'to true, what y win be: Mrs A. Harris. Baalist

R"p to do to be successful.WUl reunite the separated CENTER chairman;; Mrs. Lynette Braggs Tabenacje

t locate absent friends sad relatives, mad cause and Mrs. Mary WWIama.PIII..ers A conference on 19(8 Housing

Hrr1"*" between man and wife. Helps makeup 144 N MYRTtE AVE PH EL .< and the Urban development Act

lovers'. qllll'...... Tens If sickness sad bad :\ Lodge 'wiq.be held November 13.trom
there .to evil Tine week s..fM4 c...., .*!.. rival .... Atfiwwvto .n *.' 9 .... at the
luck are natural enemies, or if an to .:30 p.m.
4 vM N flee TOP el flee U__. ..4 lfc. D*rwl Tie.<*.. *.
+..rww tww wwuwr+rr... .,.. .. Influence. Does not ten to please you.but will fiU'tne truth. On*' 'TOT eJ rt.. l.ttUI Wall ..4 i..(**4&.....* TOP .( Ik* use CektfKe Tabernacle Baptist Church,903
Y..IwM.r Mlral. + visit win repay you for disappointments to an others. Shlwm'read Ov.Kty s..*...< .......... fw '..( 1.*. ... .' the Mean East Union Street. Jack Wllllagaam -

You know it. It's best your life Ilk* an open book, but also help you out of your' toed w..... Seri of the Community

your TROUBLES. Come sad see why yea<< are so unhappy, vh.nverythlmg This ferns rril"SfH' t1trnt3 Years Servke Branch will serve. as

seems to go wrong. Why be sad and downhearted sru Pallbearers coordinator of speakers.

refreshment buy.. sick sad worried when you can be helped and everything made .. Humus Lr/_ .celebrate the Lodge seventh No.anniversary m will The conference..btu caIW

v clear by consulting TEB PITTED MEDIUM. Everybody wel MBIUTUUtODT jC to order that Dformstlaa maybe
I. Tuesday
night October
come. NO MAIL A2 WERED. I make no house calls. Dost) ( d CATHSH69I at I p., to the Acorn Com It., disaeafmtW on housing

mistake the address SBTER BESSIE to located north oft M IM's....1GIIIiI numlty Center. Leading talent under provision of the Act.l4W.a.co .

CsOaau oa UA II, l/l mile from City of Callahan Florida!' IMIIPIMIY' vole at the city will Other families and ta! tr'
appear.
.' tA .C i nwe f rr -rmWATCH 5 wAs.wMAaum C alACK SEA lodges sod visitors problems win be emphasised.The .
are invited
"' : FOR RERSlGNDFROIITOFHOt6EAcraesNn.stteetl 1! auu+uoA.u 45 lASS.. ...__ n..4' Mrs. Esther Ransom.to chair-j meeting to opes to the
a3eihiiM y *-
arr. .w
from.SPORTSMAN MOTEL i "" """'I La. 1aD tASS la./9e maa. Mrs. Nettle Smith to 'public. Local Fill officials and
www.w
wo*v<* uttwii''oliii.Coc'co<*comptny by Jacksonville Bottling Co. Open daily from 8 &.... to 10 p.... Including Sunda$. chairman. Miss Marguerite co- officials from the Atlanta office 4

JHB CIIPPIIiGEImTL.ESYOuloAS.00READINGior $.oo. I Dennis to presjdeat will emato the provisions ot
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1.Qrant Memorial A.M.E.: Church Will Celebrate Women's Day On October 27



Erskine Hepbirn 'Will .. Honored Famous. Excelsior Sinners- at Faith. 'Tetnole Mrs. Constance Cison Scheduled 1 1
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ly Union. Local On ProeruMRev. } ':, '; Address i
I For In Morning PeriodGrant

ij). King: ,'brother of the late Dr.Martin Lather King Jr., ,,' Memorial AME, 927 Clay Street, Dr. A. Joseph Reddlck, .
will M principal apes er Sunday,October Z7, at an appreciation pastor, through Its Women's Day committees, has completed ;
procram honoring Ercklne Hepburn, well-known labor leader, an programs for the annual celebration SIIIIda,. October 27..
r at St. Thomas Baptist Church at > p.m. throughout the day.

James E. Bryant will be the Local 589. He Is !known for his This historic day will begin Rer. Reddish will deliver the
,muter of ceremonies. II r a. untiring efforts In the area of with the Sunday School,a 9:30: call to ellse Ipluhlp. Mrs.
t Dorothy Pollard will gin the Industry and has been success a.m., with Mrs L. Thomas of Ernestine Pool will nuke ac-
,welcome] address. Music will fnl obtaining back pay and Job St. Thomas Baptist Church as knowledgements. On the

I. Y reinstatements for employes guest superintendent Mrs.Relha offering committee will be:
t after baring personally argued Pringly will bring the Mmes. Janle Mendea Ethel
their cases before the National Inrocatlon. Mrs. Ella Johnson Jones Battle Grant, Edith
r Labor Relations Board, without ,will introdice the guest Foster, Rosa Foulds and '.r-
a lawyer. Hepburn has always teachers and give the conseeratioa ache Glover Mrs. Jaole

been commended for his w r*' lUS prayer Mrs. Johnson Robinson will make remarks
interest In the community and r win represent St. Thomas The Woman's Day Choir win
Its various needs. He is secretary Baptist Church. Miss Joyce be featured I
of the Board of Trustees Jordan of the Church of God At 1:45: p.m. Mf*. Jannle Can
t of St. Thomas Baptist Rer. W. In Christ will be the rerlewer. non will give the call worship.
C. Neal is pastor. Mrs. L. Smith, general chair Mrs. Olivia Hutch will lead
man for the day, win make the hymn Mrs. Anna Byrd will
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remarks. gin the Inrocatlon: Mrs. Pearl
Other participants In the Collins wUlrta4th.Scrlptu...
St. Pill BiptistDili Sunday School doing, the consecration Mrs Grace Whlffleld will read
prayer period will the Decalogue. Mrs. The 1ma

Is be: Miss Ruth Haynes, Mrs.Alraeda .wW play the offertory.
Diy Epps, Mrs. Mary Announcements will be nude
Lewis, Mrs. Arlene McClaln,' by Mrs. C. Harp.

November 24The Shlloh Baptist Church; II r.. On the offering committee will
ERSK1NE Amy Moreland, Walters Memorial be: Mrt. Luclle Holmes Mrs. ,
HEPBURN St. Pad Baptist Church : AME Zion Church;Mr* Mary Bell, Mrs. Ladle Wil-
I1 be*furnished by Mrs Alberta will observe Dual day Sunday, 'I. Mary Washington Bethel llama and Mrs. Ruth Frailer.
Fisher and the McCall Gospel November 24. -- ;- ,- n;' w t5 L I i&5 Baptist Institutional Church; Remarks will be nude by Mrs.
Singers Mrs. Frances G. Thurston Is One of the outstanding church event of the approaching weekend year at the chnrca Awuug caiif groups appearing will be the Mrs Chester Kato, Tabernacle Lenora Smith, Mrs. J. Cannon.
Hepburn came to JacksonvilleIn erring u chairnm tor the win be the appearance of the nationally-known Excelsior Gospel Junior Choir of the South Side Church of Cod In Christ, the Junior Baptist Church; Mrs. Patricia and the pastor.
1964 and orfanlted Local women. Singers, star of radio and television at Faith Temp''., 16JS Choir of the Moncrief Church, the Harrell Singers,Mr. and Mrs. Calhoun, St. Phillips Episcopal Mrs. Smith Is general chairman -
,411, becoming its president. Sam Byrts U serving u chairman East fist, at 4 p.m. The artists will be fettu-ed on a program Joe Brlnson, diet, Miss Lasts Lucas solo, Mrs Mary Ford Church; Mrs Martle Calloway, Mrs Cannon is cochairman. ;
He, was liter chosen to head for the men honoring Eider Amos Darring, who wlllbecomp'.etlnghls second and the ensembles o{ Holy Temple. The public Inrited.. St. Joseph Baptist Church;Miss Mrs. F. Moore beads the I
Helen Mates Mist nor Ita Program Committee. Mrs. 'j
Mt. Moriah A.M.E. Sweetfield Baptist Church Reed, Second: Baptist Church; Sarah Stebblns beads the Souvenir -
Substituting For A Winner Mrs Rachel Lace, and Mrs. ProgramCommltteeTbe
Plans Women'sDay Margaret Simmons Bethlehem Publicity Coo' ittee will be
Plans Annul Women's
Diy Baptist Church. beaded by Mrs.Vlrienne Ricks,

The Greater Sw tfleld Baptist Church will celebrate 57 year The morning service will open with Mrs Ti.lma Argrett U

October 27 .. of the church's history and the.1t" anniversary of the pastor, at 10:4J. Mrs. Constance Casa co-chalrmu. Other committees -
Rer. D B. Barnes beginning with Monday November' 4,at I p.m., will be the moa1ll&'P"k.rlDd with leaders are: Ushers,
On Sunday, October 17, the *nd ending Monday, November 11, at I p.m. will be Introduced by Mrs. En Mrs. Maggie lUflom; Finance,
'Annual Women's Day of Mt. Preacher invited for Iforem- Smith First genii Brown.Otbcrparticlpants Mrs Lucille Babes and Mrs.
Moriah AME Church, M Oak ,. Timothy Baptist. will be: Mrs Lessors Smith, Drills Stephen Decoration,
ber 4 are: Re E L Norman, Friday '...!.r It Rer. J.Jooes ;
Street, will get started In foil Redeem Baptist; Rer. Willie ,Aatloch Rt,. Mrs Rosa Johnson Mrs Mrs Gertrude Hatcher Mailc,
force with the Sunday School Demps. Beuiah Baptist Rer. : Baptist; Lillian .Mrs Julia Lewis Mr*. Luella Mt.Bride and Mr*.
; H. Walker St. Matthews
at 9.JO. Lee McQueen, Royal Tabernacle Bap.: ..,.. Myrsklng, Mrs. Lillie Eunice i Richard; Steering
tilt East Ju Re,. H. Herod
Mrs. Rosa Johnson will be ; Rer. A Colemtn,Shlloh ; Johnson, Mrs. C. Harp Mrs Comra'tee! Mr*. Willie Hart;
t'the guest superintendent> m the Metropolitan Baptist; Rer.; A, ML MorUh' Baptist Rena hlghtower and Mrs.Clara Sunday School Mrs tactile I'
Sanday School. Other ottlcert Cummings West Union Baptist Sunday, November 10 Rer.B. Reddlck. Mrs. Rena Rlghtower Bathes; Social, Mrs. Frankle I
will be: Secretary, MissShirley .and Rev G. Price,St. Maahew Stuckey, Mt. Nebro. ,; win be soloist Cartonyou..andtack I
A. Simmons\ ; Flnan- Baptist.Tuesday. S:to p.m Re,. B. Addison,

eta Secretary, Mist Trett November 81 Rer. St. Stephen' Baptist. Monday, j'
Norem'xtr 11, I Rt,. ..
iLesesae Reviewer Mrs. (pm.
; R. McKlsiick, Bethel Baptist; .
l1usTeaeber Badger Emanuel Rer.
Alice Johnson; Senior Rer. J. Johnson Philadelphia Baptist;
I Mrs. EUea Williams C. Daniels, Mt.Carmel Baptist
; Baptist; Rer. E. Taylor, St.Pad .
Intermediate Class Teacher, Sunday School begin at 9.M,
Baptist; Re,. C. Wearer,
Miss Qorta Motley; Jaalor Dir Spring. with RaUord McKinaon, super
.
;Class Teacher Mrs.. Alena intendent. In charge.The mornIng -
,
Wednesday 1 Nnemr t: ke r.
Frailer Beginners. Miss worship begtoi at 11 a...,
; W. Jones,rirstCorinu BaptUt; t
Sharon Scooters; Primary, ,.t .. Rer. Wilson, West Friendship be trenlng service at S:SO.ConsetratloB tI
all choirs and
of
Mil.date FOUtU. "'" /-
'The 'moralng.worsMa.will .. .Baptist. November' 7f Rer..H. tuber will be la the Prayer mafhewsUMIT
Thursday
;
begin at at 10:4S. Mrs. L.G.., \" sw i Baker St. Pad Baptist Room at 10:50.The .Darter I ,
Jo.wUI serrr'a; actlnf .. .. ItI. i"aa. Choir Mo. I along with the D., .
> .. Yoote., center abaft/II shown ncetrmg U award for Mrs Mable Ungston. *rQaldwjL .Rft.l.: Berlin B. Barnes war bard'and, tM tt
Jones
moron speaker. Other will winner.of the "Mrs Henry Gordon Contest" at the Henry Gordon Church last week Mrs 1 f St. MarkBaptist. New' Usher Board No. 4, will serve 1\
Mow was a participant runner-up. LoAlng on Is Mrs. Eats Mae TUUe, another partici Rer. J. Jones, Mt Zlon Baptist) during the day. -- I
participants Merrimae. Em will.ail be Mrs.Baptist Mettle pant. Rer Solomon Waterford, pastor of the'cbsrch! Is preienUng the award. Rer. Waterfccd Cwniaad. South Jai Re,. R.

Church: Mrs. Alfreds Douglas; Is the a graduating student at class.the Luther Rice Seminary and plans to visit the Holy Land U December, with l

.' Miss Ruth Barnes, Mrs. Theresa -
Wlngard Mrs WillUm 1\
,
'-> Walker Mrs. Pearlie Race Greater Sweellield Voices of Jerusalem EDGEWOOD
Mrs. Qedys Cason. Mrs. W HonoreeELDERA.DARROG

. Armstrong, Mrs. AlIce WU AVE. B STORE
llama, Mrs Mary Alma, Mn Baptist Celebrates sad SWlaees In Fete
< Areatha Sessions Mrs. L II
The GresterSweeteldBeptld There will be a battle drags OPEN SUNDAY
.* general Jones Mrs chair.Nettle.Jennlngt.. Mrs Church will celebrate Its 57th by the Voice of Jerusalem t r 5 U P E R PrI l R K ,
and U eleventh and the Floilda Swanee ofGatnesrUle I
''Catherine annlrersary *
will
Thompson la M a 3emrF 8 A.M. TO I P.M.
r troduee the speaker, Mrs anniversary of the pastor, Rer. Sunday, October !
,n Jones. D. B. Barnes, begtnnteg with at I p.., at the Mt Moriah
The youth of the church wl Monday, Norenber, 4. r All Baptist Church, with proceeds:
In the two to District No. S of thechurch.
f' be U charge' at 4 p.m Partlcl members wlfl sane going
\' pests will be: Miss EUaabett celebrations wlthpregrtm*, The public U Inrited. IETEIEN1
WUsoa, Miss Durene Bamptoi UsUmonials and social actirlttM. The church 1s located at Ninth .
,< James and Pullmax Mr*. Bustle !
Klachen G. Wilsoo
r Pamela Lawreaee Min I Deacon RaUord Me Rinnan wtticpea Brown 1* prel 4eat. Rer. H. I.S. 111 j
school at 9.M. U Herod U
the Sunday pastor. .j
RarntU Cynthia, Mays Mies, Lynda Mist Patrlch RarneU The evening service will begin .41 POTATOES 11 Er us 39tFAKCT
< at I:M. Rt,. D. B. Barnes .i
and Mrs. Alice J. Mat
Elder Amos Darning pastor or u appointee will deliver the Text ALONG riiNTr eiIt

Hew Redeem Baptist d the Faith Temple, UU.East ......*. Choir No. 1 so4Na IED WICIODS
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S and Usher Boards No. 1 and
L Slat Street will be honored 59 x ; APPLES
Sunday afternoon, at 4 1 will ear througho the day 4 IB. iu 49C i;
i feCkirch Plus Aural at the church woes a specialsad Mrs. NunmU Mae HiMa Will beat i
the OI'IIDWWIt L. Young MrrM
unique appreciation will begins
;. win be at the piano. Members t" a JIIITEKIKC
1 Women's Day In his honor. This c.lttJratloe ,, ONE WITH;J.00f
wlllmeet U theprayer ,
and usher
will highlight the aetlritles .
: New' Redeem Baptist ChurwW' cube minister during his room at 10:50 for consecration ) l ii{ M rcy ntim \. UOfE FOOD\uDEtt JEWEL 311. CAN 49eCIOIX
.celebrate Women's Day by Rev Dennis Eas-
,
two years at: the church. Mrs. 11 Sinai
.*,* Sooday, October n, with Dorothy Samtels will be toIL fill ........ki*...t fed.$-.Ci...
services throughout the day. mistress of ceremonies. Elder Prayer meeting Is Tuesday at B8Y4' Id t. fid Cli .
'*!' Guests win be present. Jerry Bailey will be the principal 730. The Bible class meets a *M ... HI.,*1t JELLY ISSIC. 11 II. 25(
,, b the Sunday School guests speaker. Wednesday at 7 p...
'will be: l r1DteDdeG!. Mis. rim

Susie Keith; Prerlewer, Mrs. MC- ,.
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Vr*.; M.Mmes.Washington.D.B. BInes; Teachers Gladyr, PLEASE HELP ELECT f PORK ROAST 35'Fll. RICE 31B.IA8 49* I;' ,

; Marry Viola SDeelt.I.'nIouIu, r
Ella Richardson, Frank Wl. EDMcDOWELL f
and Gloria Gee. Mrs. GJbbs of

*A Mt Bethel Baptist will review HUE IFRYERS
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.. the ".SOIL
''. At II a-m Mrs. Man Slaierri.T
II scheduled to nuke the keynoteaddress.
Other partklputl win t 29
be: Open Home Prayer Band HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVESA lr.
Mrs. E.l Norman Mrs. Joyce
3.I Smith, Mrs. Adeline Quarter, District 26 Democrat: .
Miss Althea Wilson, Mrs. Em.
ma af"Mtlnc.Mrs.. B. Brown, Veto for Ed McDowell... For Many Years Your PlltX
.Mrs.,Rhonnle Singleton, Mrs. Friend In Charge The Local Auto Tag Agency a* '''' _
Bobby Richardson, Mrs. Al. Aitt.Tax Collector


jr; I berta Moblcy.committee Simpson! Mrs.will be OB MabeU:the Mrs.otteringl Clark.Annier ED McDOWELL: BLEACH r U. 15'PILLS'Ol .1 T, 1t? i i io.a


Mrs. ,". Clark and Mrs. Mary For $10,000 Homettead Exemption for 65 A Over.
LQfff : WITH*J.W( Of MOIJE ...
? FOOD OKDE3 .. ..
Williams w
L Against Any Increase in Automobile Tag*. IU If i

Mrs. Amanda 'Anderson will For Another Bridge Aero $t. J hnt. North ef Mathews Bridge to Help Arlington II FLOUR '
*i speak at the service at 9 p... Beach Traffic. 'I
u ,TarttclpanU will be Mrs. E.l 4.
'For Only One Auto Inspection Yearly; i HrftipU ,
Tformaa, Deaconesses of Ret '
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v- 'Courtney, Mrs. OWe Austin It a Native Jason, Mason, Shrinjr, Member North Jacksonville Civic Club. 37 'f I
.v ,Mr*. Corleoa Parker, Mrs. IRKING HENS t o. _. r Z & : .
< 'Frances Adams. Taking the offeriag VOTE NOV. 5th FOR AN EXPERIENCED ADMINISTRATORWHO a" :
will be: Mrs Tommlt.bt J,. ..1, \
HAS PROVEN HIS DEDICATION TO THE PUBUCl & j
.bt La lla Stewart, Mrs. rUt tint '" $' ',,
Mb Beraice Denois.Reports of capbeu T... .. N. Sub ,t.tutl F II Eapt'r"'f1 ;" ''

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Mt. Olive A.M.E. Queen's -..

I I Day Will Feature Royalty PALATKABethel News A.I. lewis YWCA Holds Special Grant Memorial


The annual "Queen's" Day Gloria Galney,-Mrs. Debris- AME Chnrch, Rev. R. Kynette Henderson and Miss Event For Newly Joined MembersThe Women's Day Set

,Celebration of Mt Olive AME Terry, Mrs. Mercel Demps, R. Satcbell,pastor/win observe AM. Wlllingham. Annual Recognition Services for members new to the
Church will be Sunday, October Mrs. Johnny Byrd, Mrs.Evelyn amnlal Women' Day, October The
evening worship will begin rwCA will be held Wednesday evening, October 30, at 7.30 p.m.
V27, and wlU be celebrated an Florence, Mrs. W. Doris, Mrs. 27. Miss Tomensena Green is at ':00 p.m. with Mrs. OTTle All new members who were enrolled darlnc the '6$ MembershipCampaign Jax Educator To Deliver Main AddressMrs.
tit,.' Betty Howard, and Mr*. chairman, Mr*. Louise SeaboryIs Howard, presiding Mrs.Baffle are Invited to attend.
"The chorch Is located at Alberta. Also appearing will be co-chairman. Mr. SatcbellIs Deere, call to worship. The top awards for the Constance Cason, prominent a member of the aTethodist
"Franklin and Pippin Streets. Mr*. Willie Washington, Rev pastor for the day. Other participant are: Mrs. number of highest Meeks, solicitor; Smut Pope Jacksonville educator, Church. She Is listed In Who's
Rev. Robert V. Webster, Calvin McFarland,Mrs.Frank Sunday School begins at 9:30 Aisle Bustle,Scripture; Mmes. Mr*. C.A.member Ward will go to Livingston School, Mr*. HOT- will be the guest speaker at Who In American Universities
.._or of the AME Church of to Randy and Mrs. Mottle a.m. with Mrs. Eldora Keys Marjorto McClain, Edith Ate Raleigh Jame and Mrs tense Brewtngton, solicitor; R. the annual observance of and Colleges.The .
Certificates
roe' Masters, will serve asr'fcpeaker Campbell. of Greater Shlloh a* super antler, Florence Mills, musical win be to L. Brown Elementary School, Urban League of Jacksonville
presented the
for the 11 a.m worship. Evening worship will begin at 'intendent Guest teachers and renditions; Mildred Norris, lug schools the order follow Mr. Basel Argrett, solicitor; honored Mrs. Cason tor
"Miss Martha N. Williams will 7 o'clock, with Mrs.WUhelmlDat1d1rIn officer* are Misses: Elsie Ethel Le1l'll1. Qneenle Miller enrollment. of their Mt Herman Elementary School, exempUry work In education
**erve u guest soloist. presiding. Partlclpat-. Keys, Jane Bryant, Tomensena Earnestlne Robinson and the, Eugene J. Butler Mrs. Mrs. C. Umbrle solicitor; Grant, Speaker She is a founding president of
Sunday school will begin at 9:30 ing daring this hour of worship Beauford, and Mmes: Eunice Celestial Choir of Bethel and Rosa Stanton Vocational School,Mrs. the Duval Teachers' Assoclation : -
Shannon
a a.m., with Mrs. Ruby Green will be The William Rallies Rolsey, Bobble Sanders, Betty guest choir of Calvary.The Park Mr solicitor; Forest M. Harper, solicitor and Pine and vice president Kappa'
;r-ninC U Least superlnten- Choral Ensemble, Augustus McPherson, Clarissa Williams, conclusion of the day' licit Annette Espy, so Forest Elementary School, Delta, Pst
t., Also participating will Byrd, m, Miss Ava Glgi Williams Mildred Woods, and Winifred activities will be climaxed by College or;Mt Edward. Water Mr. Alfreda Richardson, so 41Ui3 The public invited.
be Mrs. Dorothy Owens, Mrs. Mr*.Rosemary Baldwin, Lewis; The lesson will be reviewed the financial report by Mrs. solicitor Brflla Stephens, licitor. These solicitors the
-Lm1aD Bell, Miss Thomaslna Mr*. Bessie Baker the BJ. by Mrs. P.E. Hardy. MoQle Davis and remarks ; New Stanton Senior schools will be presented gifts. Grant Co ChairmanMRS.
by
Riga School
Kelly, Miss Selena Bean, Miss Williams Chorus, kiss June Morning worship services will the chairman and pastor. Mrs. Carol Persons receiving gifts in the
Leslie Randolph, Mrs. WillieD Williams, Miss Brenda Zlm- begin at 11:00 a.m. with Mrs. Winners branch YWCA are Mrs. Suit
Loras, MIssMamleStarllng. moos, and Mrs. Edith Nixon Dothea Smith,.'presiding and ACTION CENTER Evans Mrs. Annie Burnett,
I Mrs Viola Albritton, Mrs. Rev. McFarland will presentthe Mrs. Ullle Kemps as organist. Things are really moving at First and second place winners Mr. Marvrn J.Dklnu.04l1J..
Thelma Geiger, Miss Angela new "Queen" and ."Prln The guest speaker will be Mr*. the Community Action Center, of the baby contest at Claudia Burrls.
Perry, Miss Connie Brown, cess" daring this hoar of Verbena McClood of Daytona lift Madison Street West Friendly Baptist Churchare Member on the Membership f
Mrs. Sarah Coley and Mts.RJ worship. Beach, Fla. SIt! is a graduate Basic Education Classes are seen above. The contest, Committee win appear on pro- }
). Golden Owens Illinois of Bethme-CoakmanCol le C'. now being held on Monday and was held along with the 65th gram. Refreshments will be
Morning worship will begin Guest soloists win be Mrs. Thursday afternoons, with quite anniversary of the church andStBAN served
at 11 o'clock, with Mr:. Viney Ladies Next Meet Alma Brown and; Mrs Carrie i a number in attendance. There The chairman of the Member- .
Ford presiding*. Mrs LUlle S.: Bank*. i* hope around the Center for a chip Committee 1* Mrs.Esttlle
Williams, will serve u pastor Is October 26 Other participants are Mme. basic Education Class at night Jones, who will preside. '
for the day. Others listed for The Owens Illinois I.adlesClub Carrie Wright, F.W.DTson.Lo- for those who cant attend the
the morning worship will be: meeting' was cuc.lecland will retha Brooner, Aothoree Ellis afternoon classes. ThelnstrK- Callahans Bethel
Mrs. Ola Caesar, Mrs Benlah. be held October 28 at 7.JO la Rosa Hawkins, Catherine tor for this class Is Miss Verna t
McClellan, Mr*. Theresa the home of Mrs Alberdla Gibson Cora Harrison Mable Croft A.H.E. Holds CONSTANCE CASON"
Aaron, Mr. Alfreda Simmons, Pearson, 1119 East 24thStreet Lockhart, Jereska Johnson ; High School Review Classes
Mr*. Octavla Brown, Mr.' Mr*. Emma'Melton Is reporter. are also given at the Center Men's Day Oct. 27CALLARAH Women's Day,Sunday morning
on MondayandWednesday October 27, at Grant Memorial
Honor StudentFLORENCE nights from 7.001000.: Bethel AME Aid Church, 927 Clay Street,
REMEMBER DEMOCRAT This class Is designed to en. Church wUJe.lebrat.l1u4nual according to Dr. A. Joseph
able anyone to prepare for his Il Men's Day Sonday, October 27, Reddlck pa :or of the church.
GIFFORD GRANGEState high school diploma. It you beginning with the Sunday Mrs. Coon, native o! West
have finished 7th grade and do School Palm Beach, Is a graduate of
not wish a high schosl diploma The gsest Sunday School FSU. Mrs. Cason attended Palm JANIE CANNON

; Senate Dist. I and you only want to get a 10th .superintendent will be Sammie Beach Junior College and pursued Mrs. Janie F. Cannon, Car.
grade Equivalent you may enroll Lee Roberts; additional studies at lV'at desist, is co-chairman of the
When You ''Go To THE POLLS la this class. Mr. Joseph I Dr. Edward F. Bnmner, principal and the University Florida.' Women's Day observance,Son-
Green Is Instructor. of the Fernandlnx Beach The educator t a a g h t in Lakeland day, October 27, at GrantMemorial
NOV. 5 TO DEMONSTRATE Plan are underway lot a', High School, Femandlna, will Fla., for two year staagUt AME.Simpson .
Waitress Training Class at tat JOHNSON be the morning speaker.Re will later la Delray Beach and has Stewards
YOUR AMERICAN PRIVILEGE Center. All Interested people be introduced by Principal.T. been associated with the Dural,
the 13th .of the pastor, Rt,. Anderson of the Peck School
should register at the Center. High County System since. Present Program
GIFFORD The Staff for the Community R. L. Wilson The program School of Fernandina.The 1859.
GRANGE '
Action Center! has Increased ended October 14. Susan M. Bethel Baptist Men' Mrs. Casm holds membership! October 27
Johnson, top was the winner ?
with the addition of two chorus will ting.I .
in
Is The..y part the Kappa Delta Pi, Datlooaleduca1Ioa. The Steward Board Slmpsuo
time Neighborhood Aides. They the afternoon Rt,.Jeremiah sorority.member
United Methodist Church wOl
are Mrs.0.W.Warren and Miss Robinson will speak. He Is the ship la the Alpha Date Kappa
Legislator who fight to lower Sandra Castt. We hope we win assistant pastor of the Royal Sorority and la the Delta Zeta present the annual Steward'sDay
your taut.i be betterabletoserve oar'Com Tabernacle Baptist Church ofJacksonville. Social Sorority. M is. Cason II program, Sunday, October
MILLS 27. darling the morning service.
manlty. Re will be introduced
GIFFORD GRANGE Miss FloreneMhlts,1967. grad.nate by Perry Robinson Moslc 106 Burgess of Lake City,
of Central Academy High Baltimore Preacher will be furnished by the Royal Fla. will be the mornlngspnk*

Bon and raised la DvnJ ScV! >v a:" ? s rjfm,' .e *rthaneU .. Tabernacle: Male Chorus. Grant First LadyMRS.CLAaA.REDDlCk er.
County Guest At Second "The Steward of Today and
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a life-long rmw < jut College, Day Rev. Cornelius E Jenkins
tome Beach, Florida has recently pastor of the Mt Zion AME Tomorrow" will be crowned
been awarded a 1500.00 Baptist AnnualRev. 't' '- Church Southside, will preside during the night service. The
GIFFORD GRANGE scholarship tot academic ei- M.C. Bateom, pastor of over both services.; contestants for the event are
eeUea:.. Mist Mills,the dauga the Douglas Community Memorial 1. Captains tor the day will be James Williams and Roosevelt
1"11. qaallty: education for aU children ter of Mr.and Mrs.WUlle Mills. Church of Baltimore, J Thomas Mitchell James Paige, 'StlnrcllolTodI","
of from klodjrjirttn to jr. college Is the greatest concern WJ Napoleon Street, Palatta; will be the guest speaker for Roberts, Chester Thomas and Vandoly Johnson, Jr., and
all Dunl c&ivas. hasaaetcelleatacademlcrecord the morning and for the first I. Robert, Chester?a OB as, Ashy Coward,Jr.,as"Stewards
't:2..: '0 rQlf" f'rtttIr for berfrechmuyearat service of the lltta annlver- Eddie Lawrence and Theodore of Tomorrow."
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\ 1.". TIiI..S". "I ; ', WX;'List"year;-1967.61 an*" try 'of'the Second Baptist .4ei -. Boatwilght James H. Mitchell, Frank C. Cooper, chalrmu.
}oi bttffiOrd' "" 't.. rented Bomber.lw. #la IU overall Church and the tenth of Rer I* cba:,... Doyle Arllne U c Rev.85. Robinson, pastor
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ltd !fringe) stedent '
t ; body J.C. Sams, pastor. r,-chalraaxJtovJ: Willie Br.Young : -- -Beach'Chnrch
1s pastor:
CEDRCK BROWN
Callahan Residents Will Honor'Choir
and was sponsored by Rev; L.

W. Wilson. Cedrkk Brown. Celebrate,4Qth Unit
placed second art was The New Filendshp\ Baptist
sponsored by Rt,.0. Lrlms.HuIrcrts7S; Wedding Anniversary Church of Atlantic Beach, Fla.
,
I Mr. and-Mrs. Ernest Roberts Rev. Carry, pastor, will
cr: were honored on their fortieth observe the anniversary of

,: dE.ECLAU\.. ;. wedding! anniversary Sunday by Choir No. 1 on Sunday October
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their tea children, Dv boy 27, at S p m. Churches from
.. Processes. s2.50 and five girls with Atlantic Beadi and from
a sarplra
Mrs. Clara S. Reddlck wife
: dinner at the home of their Mayport will be president
of Dr.A.Joseph Reddkk pastor Participants are listed U:
oldest
Jiel.mlflimm daughter and son-In-isw,.
of Grant Memorial Ame Church, Rev. Carry, Friendship Baptist
Mr. and Mr*. Cote McClaia.
Following the cJ tale r, they 1s supervisor of the M.P.Tojkes Choir, Mrs, AOce Slnuu, St
coiuGUKc.[ Missionary Society of Mark Choir
wart showered with gifts.\ Mrs.Aanle Smith,
the chorea.Mrs..Reddish U also .
Miss Mrs
Betty Campbell,
Others sharing this event
131, Bills St. 355-1174' Mrs. Roberts' sister, II were r Ie a member of the Program Committee Ella DOllard, and Miss WJlle*

Gusste Sells and Mr. and of the church, an Important Id. Dlllard.: :
Inn hrkirlif ,
unit which has prepared
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Mr*. Luther Roberts and
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A NEW CLASS STARTS family Roberts, the brother of Mr. necessary the annual church Women's publicity Day for IN MEMQIIAM

EACH MONDAY Theodore A. Taylor,Philadelphia celebration Sunday: October 27. In memory of ID,'beloved
Services will be held throughoutthe mother Mrs. Bertha Stevens,
Pa., 26 and Connie G. ,
Mill Nil. Edwards, un WUsoa Blvd., day. The church located who passed away October 29,
11.I at 927 Clay Street. I I'5t. Life isn't long A mother's

song. Love, Another smile,
r I Grant Chairman Then the Twilight taut You
are sadly missed.

FOR CONGRESS11TH Signed: Daughter, Mrs.Norma
Catty and granddaughter Constance -
Lou McGriff, and son-
CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT la-law, Rev George Curry.
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IN MEMOIIAM

STATESMAN DEMOCRAT
In memory of my darling
i re + mother,, Mrs. Lucille Dennis,
who passed away October 29,

CLAUDE PEPPER GETS THINGS DONE J day I'".four I never years win ago forget you slept the

: A NArme.ea* any So peacefully,I wlllahrjys 9
An/O
1tL1reA0Aw CALL N//SHOW love you and miss yov You were

Pull Lever 3-B Tuesday, November! 5 011 mAasas to the mi.dearest mother on earth

L. f Lovingly, your daughterMar*

Do'you have questions about the big* guerite.

gent Crisis our nation has
ever
faced the racial crisis? 1 VETERANS!

Do you have suggestions You'd like
to make to the Black and the White MRS. LENO3A SMITHMrs.LenoraA.SmlthRos.3. NO MONEY DOWN I

leadership about how to solve it? is general chairman of the,
FOR
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Et&ELFCLA Do you want to hear what other Women's Day at Grant Memorial 3 OR 4

ordinary citizens ask peopleJobn AME Church, Sunday.Three i,
1DL7 services will be held at the BEDROOM '
Lindsay
and
Stokely Carmichael and'
chorea. Dr. A. Jospeh ReddlckrIs
what sort of answers they come up pastor. All HICK ROMEON
with? Mate yourself heard
and hear it
all on NIGHT CALL, the* new, nation- ItmiT TIIIIIE T? LARGE laT IN

.wide' telephone call-in show. NO MORE 3A nt.\ TKOU3LE BEAUTIFULCARVER'PINESI.

UIDUP1131If : .1.11 12:3..A..I.: FOR THE LIFE Or YOUR CAr
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II 'Negro Leaders Back Humphrey-Muskie Ticket and Give Reasons For Support :'::1




WASHINGTON -Some of the nation's most outstanding Metro seated by Tic President Humphrey and Senator Mastic Tour '"This is Clarence: Mitchell, tlyearoldblackStateSenatorfrom Party. On Norember B, tII.',oi. can be ailed again toyoteir! : .
leaders met recently and far their reasons tot support of the 'rote is going to count. Tour rote could be the rote that mates Maryland urging you to register now and then rote for Hubert Humphrey and Ed Muskle, candidates for the party: .
Rum llre1-MusUe ticket. They spoke of a new day in tilt life of the difference between this country moving backwards or marine Humphrey and Muskte for Vice President oa Norember S. Martin that produced a black nominee. Or you can stay borne and to*
The Negro. They; In this wrtteup. emphasize the need of rating. forward. I hope that yon and your neighbors! and your friends Lather King Senator Kennedy hedger Cms and many others, Nixon or Wallace who hare dismissed theblack rote. Bat yen eM
These mea were Aaron Henry Loyal Democrats of American, and the people down' the street all turn out BOW to become have died for the right of black people rote. Their efforts will only rote if yon are registered. Toa must register in the neat.
Charles Erers, Democratic Party of Mississippi, Julian Bond,. registered to rote Norember B to rote to put Hmnphrey-Muskte, "not hare been m rata if yon register and rote Norember 5, for. few days. Register, so JOG can rote on November 8."
Georgia State Legislature, Ben Brown, Georgia Legislature, team over the tq)." Vice President Humphrey and Mnskie. A Tote for HumphreyMastie James hutchinsoo:
Clarence Mitchell m,Senator from Maryland,CIaaII1nI Phillips Bea Brown: U a rote for Freedom. Remember, register and rote "We are urging every Usea to register and make your toes
Democratic National Committee for D.C., James Hutchinson, -I am encouraging each of you to become a registered ,roter and the choke U yours." Don't and the choice ls theirs. We need coont. We are not going to ten you how b rote,but if you. tit not
Chairman of Original New Breed of Chicago and Jackie Robinson so yon can participate la the Norember S general election..We every tote. Every rote counts. Tote, baby, rote and sock It rote for Vice President Hubert H.Humphrey andSeastor Ham
Their conclusions follow here. Americans hare a great decision to make this year. We will to'em. .8. Mnsklt for President and Tic President then you eat..
Aaron Henry: determine whether Americans win more forward or I. Phillips: sure your rote is not going to count."
"We are building a new day la Mississippi. A day m which an whether Americans win stand stffl. feel that you must register '1 am Churning Emory Phillips the first black maD to be Jackie Robinson, former Republican leader, also issied.; t
people-black people, white people poor people and everybody and you must rote for Humphrey and Muskle la order. to assure' nominated for the Presidency of the United States In a major' statement support for tilt Hampluey-Meakle ticket.Robinson,
hare something to say about what Is tangling to them, to their that continued progress of these united States." political party nd It happened in tile Democratic -Party. U Erers and Bond are actively campaigning for the Dwaoertttoleaders
communities; and to their country Oar battlefield Is the political .. Clarence Mitchell: ,happened because black people>> used their rote in that Democratic on speaking tours throughout the country. t
Our the rotes We -- -- --- -- -------- --
system. weapon, need 1011beJp. Join as and I
Hubert Humphrey and Ed MosUe la the battle for freedom for I
black people. Arm yourselves with the best weapons of an. Unlike voting, or joining the newly born and bring comfortto representative calls on you, t f

'Register Then In November and ,ot.. Tare rote Democratic got to register for Hubert before Humphrey you can rote.and Marines, or going to school, the aged and weary. Who you should think hard about ;. tt t

Ed Charles Muskle Erers and let's: win this battle together." need imposes no age limitations. would you like to help? giving your fair share. You ,

"We're been fighting for freedom la Mississippi long time. The blows of deprivation fall on We have a size and age for can never do too much :
Freedom for everyone black and white, rich and poor Dot only 1
in Mississippi, but an orer this country. The battle this year is silky blonde tresses and every pocketbook. The choiceis .;' -\
being fought! In the election can paigL Our allies this year are. the bold ,., .
Hubert Humphrey and Ed Muskle. Together. can win Oils thinning gray alike. desperately wide. .-- .-.....,. \ { r', t I
battle. Together, if we register and,ot.. My brother was killed I : I ,
fighting for the right of black people and white people of this Here in Jacksonville we have That is why when the )Ga- iIINII
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country. Dr. Martin Luther King and my friend Bob Kennedy: 'J 1
both' d.ed for this same right. WeTe got to carry on the fight agencies which care for the Jacksonville United Fund I Iii I :
In which they fought so brilliantly and died tor. We can do this'
this year by registering rotlng. Do tt now. Register and rote UNITED '
democratic for Hubert Humphrey; and Kd Madde la November.. : :,... t "
Thank you"Jallan '
Bond: V .
'1 want to urge aQ..fo become registered rotersla tim to rote
in the November S general election b that election we hare a t
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Gayle Belford, a native of Palmyra, New Jerseybas beta armed M i ,I
corP chief for Gray Rogers 1xopontedoneo FfaUadefehia's :
largest advertising agencies.. Gayle,the daughter of Dr.and Mrs.
Ralph Totter, was aa English major at Rutgers University. Her } _t IW
heavy responsibilities at Gray Roger require that she see
edit and approve of all advertising copy before U Is scheduidfor
newspapers, radio and telerisloa. A competitive examination ,
within the agency for the top Job was at"" Gayle won tt bands {
down. Mare flyman Associates I :
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II Nero Lenders is Kucktd \

NEW remit-(JfPJ)-The black community tired having
the white press pick their Iea4trsaecor41qto Alfred I.Cortes, t! &i
press secretary to Senator Charles E. Goodell who was 1
appointed to nil the umpired team of the late Senator Robert
F. Kennedy. ,1k.
I "Real concern" has been expressed ell's legislative record la the .
: by the black community U.S. Bouse of Representatives, 1tt
II Cowles said, orer"The manner said the tadeptdat-
In which race relations news press aide, who called himselfa
is reported MOn "responsible mltitt*" rs
occasion, be added, "some "I bar never been aa advocate
, inexperienced reporters bar of violencesaldCovles.But w p;
I At dawn' and quickly\ put together the tact remains that the despair -
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_ a story and Inflamed and hopelessness so prevalent _- -
passions in the ghettos where la the black community led to 4 II
I merest was already seething." distrust of the democratic processes t8 :' h A1 1 a
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I Calve, former executive di. which did not serve '
I rector Washington State their needs" : # J f ft
Board against Discrimination, : :
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\ agreed to take his new post on Black CMCIS Hits .'
the basis_ that "I'm not going ., .,
to be a"yes" man.". (United Aiteflobile I 4y 'I
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There could have been "SOID4tlmprov.meot'1DSeoator \ ,

Good. Workers Bits ,
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DETROIT OIPQ "Fall
Masons Make Report equity" for Negroes Is being -U '
demanded by a black caucus t A.
formed within tbe United 5r .;' !
On Housing Project Automobile Workers. Black .
workers make up a fourth cl
..'. bat t
L the membership,
for Low Income Areas only '.1 per cent of the 1.00
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DAW International representatives : rj
i SAN DIEGO Calif.i .-(HPD- according: to tbe Ad Hoc '"
l Dr John G. Lewis Jr- Baton Committee of Concerned Negro
i Range, sovereign Gram Commander DAW members. tSrj i1
t of the United Supreme Vital political decisions .. \
1 Council, JSrd Degree Free and. affecting: Negroe "are determined ,
Accepted Scott Bit at Fr... and dictated" by white t.'
" masonry Prince Hall Affiliation union officers AId the caucus. I
_ Southern Jurisdiction,. This "must be ended BOW," II
rendered a full report on the the group told alter Reuther, I:
11 housing projects) for low, union president L
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income and rent-supplement 1
housing in the lilted States Matra Sa"... Fltolm eontrlbiAeer IlaNee ;
,to the organisation in its annual.
convention and stated that he felt Cold Rejects
II it the duty of Prince BaHYason'to ra
da more"than observe the Hirder pli.MoNTOOUaT. '
naval: Masoalc rituals give the .. J
valid password observe the Ala.NPTbe )- ','
I' ancient customs and wear the Alabama Sopreme Court ,
colorful regalia.He has turned down the appeal for g' .,. -. ; .T:: ',.' ...., -.. .
said it was their duty to a new trial of a 49-year-old 1' ',' :. ,! :.-. ;
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see that they mate as much of black man who has beta condemned r- "" ., '1.
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a contribution to the bettermentof < to death. t : ,
all men as possible. Hence; Bea Mathls, convicted la the .'
I the housing projects already 1964 knife slaying of u elderly Sponsored by/
" in course of COIII 1ICt1<& white! man, had charged that i
The projects) their number of Negroes were systematicallykept
units and the nines were listed off jury lists ta Coflee
as follows: Knoxrllle T..... County, where he was tried. ... F.
160 units rained at $1,625,000; The dlltodaDt also bad challenged ;
Dallas Texas, MO) salts, aa Alabama law al10wIDc THE INDEPENDENT LiFE
$JSJ1.000; Birmingham, Ala, Juries to set. punishment at tat i
180 units, IZ.Zi5.000; Port same time they rated oa guilt. .
.Arthur, Texas 120 units, $1. or innocence. r
267,000.Spartanburg,'.e., 100 i The top Alabama court I&I4I1ae
units, $1,107,000 and Washing appeal wan "test one more act and ACci'd Insurance ,
ton, D.C. 212 units, $tz50ooo.a of cheapening tilt concept of Company! :
total of $U million.. a Jury trial." MatIIIa".... .. .H ,
**..**'**' was set for November 19.

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Eise.ble GO WESTfor

the trendsin Soft fri Psychedelic Prints

Y S cue Into a crystal ball and forest peat fntort tor holiday
home. decorating 1 '68. As witnessed this fall, the return of femininity u veil u
.io S r classic separates bare taken over the fasMonplaiy. :
If one were sinle out the mosttrendsetting the rcrlTal of
n X, Matt I in America, it .
r mould undoubted! be California.i The holiday fashion scope of looks like a crinkled satin
m Once I fad or style catches on in and style the most widely
; it usually doesn't take colpr f ahr Ic.pattern stripe, are
California
follow 4i.' shows def1D1t.lilDl traveling used fabrics for holiday. More
lent for the other states to .
; la t soft, beaTenly direction. 1m.IlIIoas-eoItOD jacquard
suit.One particularly noticeable contribution The feminine mystique cast its knits, tacked leno voiles,
from California lies been .spell; little girls will be ail piques, flocked voiles and ropej
in home decorating In fact, to say sugar plums ud frills-even cotton knits. Permanent Press
that a particular home's interior has tailored dresses wi'J: hare amore fabrics art a real "sign of the
.. rl r / a "California look" is not ai all delicate touch. Easy cart times" pointing the way to a
V uncommon. Homemakers across fabrics are still in the stars carefree and practical future.
r / America are furnishing their homes mo la the meet fragile of The patternscope reads down
'.( in a fashion that had. its beginnings dresses. with wild psychedelic prints.
} along the west CGast.Ho.e'er. into
'/ The colorseope spins Welcome soft delicate patterns
"California look"
the
orbit with important neutrals ,reminiscent of Victoriana.Tiny
can quite be different interpreted types to of decor-the mean two ; neb as ivory, pearly gay and sprigs of flowers-wallpaper
) luxurious ornate style of the southern J ecru Look for rosy per, prints, gingham checks, soft
r part of the state or the modern ; mauve" periwinkle blue, sky cued pale plaids! art on the
bright look stemming from the blue- til melon tones including\ horlion, u are muted foists
northern part. An easy way to show I apricot, tad coral, lime and and tiny Tyrolean plaids all
the contrast in the two types of mint green and the newest green so very right of holiday 'It.
decor h found by examining wall flstachlo. Jewel toned Heavenly bodies shape Into
covering preferences emeralds and reds are still la gurus, side-wrap closings and
United DeSoto of Chicago,wall holiday's bright future. Romeo and Juliet More mjftlqnes -
covering manufacturer reports that. The fabricscope predictions art the peasant with gay
the big seller for people want.ing
that fabrics with dimensionand Edwardian
the
stfs prints,
the southern California look: h \
texture Interest will be the ruffled (abows, and the sailor
flocked wallcovering The com Any yang lady will enjoy this peasant girl dress. H's a Rosenat
leadtrs. Ripply moire, cotton Silhouettes still star,
,
"Francetca" for example is middy
ran) Brothers, Inc, feature. The Cinderella's red woven cotton
quite popular with its dark green checked skirt ottoman, brocades, velvets, bound art the dirndl, tad hi
Parellellng preferences la the market, the home fu Industry also looks to east of and avocado flocked leaves and its 41rDCIlI2SpeDCI.r under a peek-a-boo. ruffled petti pebbly crepe aod a new Dacron fit n' flare-4ll making holiday\
blouse of white dotted atlas 1s Just the thing All tare outfits
cart and practical fabrics designed with function and Hair. Mattng: news la this area art gold vinyl background Another and cotton seersucker which 68 truly dream
this reasonable. Gloria
personable, printed carpets engineered for use In heavy traffic areas yet boasting the extra very popular pattern Is "Lace on page art King Photo
dimension o! color and pattern txcltenutA. Highly resistant to soil, the all-pa-pose carpets Stripe." I plush wallcovering with
art backed with high density: latex foam rubber for ease of fool fatigue, and reduction of noise light blue lace flocks on I shimmering Wow Fall Sportswear
I and clatter la a room sitting created for Monarch Carpet Mills Paul Krauss, AID corablnasgeometric. white background Both C&' Holiday Pow
., graphics and crisp colorations to spark year round summer look. Taking design! thctf patterns are in the Salon i:
cue from be' whlms'cally patterned "Vanguard"'carpet, the room Is:highlighted sy perky lection Moving toward northern California .
{ bitter greens, accented with hot orange and dominated by bright whites. Although the carpet tastes United DeSoto re n ," ";r1..'' Tunes In To
I win Dot fade, tilt small slat Venetian blinds stem the stream.of sunlight and offer Interesting ports that while flocks art popular ; s .'
couattr-complement. to the c& t.lDchwU patter of,the wallpaper. many northern Californians prefer $ f.... ; '
non.flocked wallcoverings with ..fbt ... Casual Country Lookyear I
modern designs and bright colors, .j. :
I Scented Dust Cloth Then inert"The End. withan .. ,
Lemon assortment of familiar tnfliesigns :' A. f L7"A Color comet on strong In to complement each indiidual .
Autumn brings back-to-school tossed away, lemon-scented UPI by Kleenex which lightenthe In their natural colon. ,'f '.;. .9."' :'. men* sportswear fashions for \ '. lanes and desire.
United DeSoto's northern and fall winter '68-but 'in di-, The casual and country loot
I fashions color-coated lea\es- dusting cloths marvelous metalpolishers housework load during busy : r.K new
southern California look wallcover "l' \ :,, mentions and begins with slacks, which feature
depth.
The and lint-free window Capturingthe
I and fall houiecleaning fall days ings are nationally distributed and ..! ,. .
jobs made easier with disposable cleaners form trio of indispensable moat art scrvbbable. prepasted and ."i4J-: ,' country !look colors hate a rt'\ \.aI. of traditional
cleaning alJs used and disposables., Kleen- ,tnpp-ble. turned from the \Md shades Of fabrics such as diagonal tailU.
spring lo the rich. autumnal oxford, tw.bMoMd meltmuandcordurov
,".''' earth tone *.Fashionable slack.
I
"III it i If lhe>,\* been placed patterns 'include glen I plaids. as
; ;" through j filter." notes Burton tell.windowpanes. lattcrsalU,
; B. Ruby, President of "lt\tntf sis lumese l checks and houndtooths *.
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YOUR DOLLAR ,.' Ruby. Inc. the nation's largest .
manufacturer of men's quality "A new excitement is tang

.Me a 11"I .... a ,..........11 slacks, The results are shadowy' generated I In' the upcoming sea-
1 Zxll'r7i'1 I ,r 1" via ..- ki'U .. y_.' 'et brightt. in 4 selection to please t.OI\'* rtplotion of color andreturgenie
IUYS MOil AT any nun? > of total coordination.
Vinyl and leather set the faact U this Ua if2fouuSap1propriately Total coordination it the key ."Mr. Ruby state. "They offer .
I ft' titled 'Holiday Pow-Wow." This U a Roseau to successful M ardrobe planning. each man the opportunity' to
: rsstssevwMU ta YOURIAMKRFOOD Brothers, lac., special ftlngt and braid border; this laced says the Jaymar t'Kullnd express hmtoeUh'II'\'tf the
s s n n.Ia front. Jumper over a cotton tvrtleneck trimmed round !la braid a wider and more varied tportt- mood whatever doe ncca,,"",- I'
'It Gloria King Photo wear selection is available this at wtxk or at home:"

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J \ Happiness U the InrlUnt smells at your kitchen, the family I fresh Bartlett Pears
1 tftrly asking "Vbafi tord1llDer'l"IJIdDDaUf.aCOOd meal for Juice of 1 lemon
: all to enjoy. '1/4 teaspoon cloves

f The smart Hopper knows that saving money by passing op 1 teaspoon cinnamon by Martha Logan
r "t what lilt boys tau make her prepared puddings. 1 tablespoon flour O. Hew do yon r.r*wwe IJ
i J meals drab or delicious, tasty Flavorings and seasonings 2 tablespoons honey thawing, a frown turkey.a H .}
:. ,, or tasteless and most Important make the difference la your ; s e I/I cup batter be fluffed So
wlthla her budget or bet I meal The French, known'for a 1/2 cup browa sugar A. The froxen unttuffed to
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; be thawed' in the origi'molsture
As food prices pj op visa their sauces, gained the reputation 1 lIt cap sifted flour may .proof wrapping, in t
saying becomes more and more by topping.. expensive 1/4 teaspoon baking soda refrigerator Or.the wrapped *
Imp 0 r I III Gorernnieat food cuts of meat with well lIt \\ttspxn salt may be placed in a pan of
stamps, used u money, art seasoned sauces-prepared by 3/4'cnp quick cooking oats water for fatter thawing Cha .
welcomed ia supermarkets and the lady of the house) Onion, Core and slice pears Arrange Q.water Blot frequent It the.! advantage 0
eaa to "spent" for say food. garlic, spices and herbs, wed la a shallow baking dish or cake deep barfed turkey .
Boverer, they win not boy soaps sparingly tat wisely. perk np PUt Sprinkle with lemon Juice. A. Special teM.batting mil
sad cleaning smiles, beer, a dish that's otherwise Combine spices and flour added deep inside where h
cigarettes or other noa-food ordinary. Tour family observes Sprinkle over pears Brittle t'rt.fJ's:: reach' Premium, bastes'

a meal that's dtlkloos-even with honey. Beat butter and key all the way through u-
Bea better shopper and you If U ls low cost. sugar until fluffy Sift flour cook Exdutfve vegetable oil m
/ ais will be t better cook Betty Busy mothers and working with soda and salt. Add flour ape won't alter the natural flavor
wYi Brownell, home economist lor wives mart adjust their time mixture and oats to butter mix* but assures you of tenderness and.
11 the national Association of Food schedules to their meal planning Crunch good this yummy Pear Money Crunch oWit .U Just tore. With hands, mix well until Juiciness time never before poenMe' ,,V.
p r Chains, sag ests U ways tosare and cooking. With a little practice the treat needed to- eatiafy heartier appetite*. Juicy, fresh well combined Cover pears everv
( Bartlett peers end a spicy cocnbiaaUon of flavor combine with O. I. hand basting the turkey I
money .sad still set a shopping! supermarket rich honey and quick- ook rag ate evenly with oatmeal mixture; daring the reacting. period ceeA" -
better meal before your family. eaa be aa latsrestlaraadmoneysavinf Easy to put together pop the dessert In the oven when yon press lightly with hands. Bake
Bar 'baker's do.." of Ideas dventure. A ait down to dinner. Serve tt warm 2ft minute later with ice ZJ minutes at ISO degrees, or No it I I. not Hand baatlag
save you Urn sad moneyl better shopper becomes better cream or'table cream. until golden. Serve warm with aid the browning of the turkey
Get the shopping list habit. cook who knows that happiness Freah lftlurS.pplJ. the freshhaandaout in your Ice cream or pour: cream. and give.the cook great Mtitfaetkm. -
markets la the
Enjoy them hand, However dripping*cannot -
Keep paper and pencil handy Is a good dinner. Makes 6 to I servings.
or'la recipes like this one. penetrate the akin to give
in the kitchen and write things I --- -- _.uu..LI-a... ....._...r..r_ __ ._.......J....un'__. anyI .._}
down u yon na oat of them. I
Sunday it the opportune time to break the week day fart When fo use the last cupful of

skimpy and hurried morning meals- with a wonder Instant aontat dry mm, Jot It I j
fully hearty brunch A winning plan. buffet all set with down. You might sea save
paper and food all ready to go features Cheese Grit yourself sa extra trip to the I

Casserole and Smoked Chops with Pineapple Glaze. store. I
Plan meals la stance 0.. !

newspaper ads to fire you Ideas I
Corn Bread Displays Glamour sad tell you what's oa site or
special this week. If ground i I
beef U oa the Ust, fOIl might
decide to serve spaghetti one
Bight and meat loaf a tt*sights

later The meat loaf could la-
cite leftover regetahUs thai
shouldn't to wasted.Write down pp IiTOltky e ,
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1 tl your neat pUa tot change If
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you I W
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market la the morslag or OFF E'-:: .
early afternoon. The store will 591
to less crowded and you'll to ua.CAMArroa

able to take u math time as 1M OM C* m fOIl teed to read labels, look a A ,
tor specials and decide oa yourfrails I COFFEEW :: : :491
food. Take your List (
your melts and year food .
stamps.: Plan to shop with a Mp -...... cis

friend and visit at the SUM prestlys..4/$1.J "8llr........5 A 39<

Cot bivad, a homey favorite of early America, lakes a ttmel Look for the specials&t were IHL. 3/1- Raa IYa pa LI (OTRVi LAND O SUNSHINf i
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nphlttlcated topping- in this Honrr-O spew Corn Bread. act la the ....paper.. Com es..29'
Chopped rathe-*,butter,brow sugar end honey top corn breed supermarkets decide to have tw.r w..t
flavored with lemon peel and henry. with the** sweet additions Mss..3/$1.l,etler'Intes BUTTERSTEAK
"sale1 sad i9'
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plain coin bread berime a lcllclou coffee bleed. Serve wtth a
I favorite beveiage for :, afternoon evening. snacks easterners will hero. mousy., wee .
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or for breskfsat.The'rot4 Change you meat;nets rktithea ;......:::4ik MfXui"2t l 1.:
"vf\'t.I"ItItiod! : to make Honey-Cathew Con"Bread and there *.*.., .'*. ..
I. ....I:.., modern Teatui of the recipe. Preparation It M qukk. Bs sure )'01'"phased meals" I .- .u. .. ... I,4A ,
the product M dependable and qualltr ao rood that you can bake \
corn :muffin. or coin bread with ranftilenre unknown to colonial that art pretty as well u good W" two ,.wan BSAMS .. lUll QUANTITY* >mRmVtCX-rkeiCoodTMOrt
h_"'.".... for You ChUdrta Gad growaps ... /IMIL ataml (MinsaT 270UMWMrnL
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gtilgt ('.,.01: Meat Cult that grow taclades ;. RIBSTEAK I
cup chopped rathewe On ll-oi. pk". Ftako Cora poultry aad fUt), htllk, Fnms DETERGENT
I tablespoon butter or Muffin" Mix ROAST .49'.
and Vegetables tad Breads lid
margarine, melted 1 H teatpoon grated
I tableailooa firmly .parked a.mOa1| Cereals art the. grasps to roe p es ... w. Na w" .:, tress :
brawn sugar S tabletpoons honey cumber. For eye-appWaule
I Ubletponn hone)' 1 .... brat MIt your dinners colortmL A greaa*
rep milk repttble does more for ma ned GIANT J FAB. 59'

Heat wn to hot I4WF For topping/ combine C'.h...., potatoes gad meat loaf thucolorless u. 79 98 49 .
punster, brown sugar end hooey In I ....rtraal.tIM f7' tan .. a sr... ..w:.wwart
For corn bread.,combine mix, 1 lemon peel, honei', egg and milk ,
la metHunwaisrd Ieoir I blend onl)' until dry IngredtenU ere food stamps wisely. Remember !.I..1LKS.! : .. 4/$1 GI. HANS..5/1
thorough! moUtened Batter should' be allghth' lump)'.) Pour that food stamps are ...r t..tMla ,
into grvaanl t inch quare baking pan. Sprinkle topping over male) and wise buying mean CHILI..4/$1. Wil. coeii......w.5/1
battr. Bake in preheated oven U'F.I *, to :tt minute or acing stamps u careftlly u vw tune,.,. -w--.,...1
until KvMrn b...".. fevrvr warm with 6."r woild cash.! Look tot'baptns" SAUSAGE..S/$1 SmEA$ 5/lt
you TENDU SMOKED SHOUIUER IA_ ........

stamps whoa Jill apead TUNA FISN.! ....... s/i mkTiiAMs 4/il
Cini! CM le Fill Compare brands of the some'product. PICNICS S ran w w w..rr ,: rw. c
Take time to read I WHOLE ITS....S/l KIii RiANS..3/$1 '
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r' quires thai the weight l (and IH wilts AU.ASTOR

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B roe usually buy canned peas, Oranfe .
compare: prices of three brands USDA CHOICE W O SRAND CORN fEO i
of the same ..II.llI the Bacon

quality 1s the same, you might Chuck Roast 49 JUICE
saTe mosey.Compere. us. net .a _
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different forms ByoortaaUty 59, 69, 6.$1 1
'likes! carrots, compare prices
if fresh, canned sad trouacarrots. lt.c CM al.PerkSteaks. :
Mow decide whether
you bars the time to prepare 59 P i kops..a u'tw a
fresh carrots (they'll cook lato war ws sawn r..1..
minutes bat add time tor tike .51' NO i iiuvjiT ro i A rots
washing and sex aping)which are SjMH-e .. Hoist... ,49'

Canning ia a truly creative kitchen activity and it can b* fun 5! often minute less counts sxpenslTe., canoed or tt frosea every I ferk R MMMW st..u5f< MMMtfMMM Park Hwris... ,59'i BAKERS 10 I 69US /

The tune f ruiU and vegetable can now be done in eecond with aa electric, though they. may coat you more.
blender Here a carrot-cabbage relies that ia just on example Working vomit cast always No I H-Moloi POTATOES 10 lb t>V
of. how easy canning can be, bay the least expensive product
Carrot-Cabbage Bcttsh sine their Urns ls short with
3 cup peeled carrot pieces 3V4! cup vinegar may chores to tillL
3 sweet red pepper,cut 'ft cup water Use .aaesroal products and ,. | GALLONS THUIMT MAID ALL fLAVQRS
ia P'I' cup*augar I I I I.
3 wet green.pepper,cut 3 tableapoona salt others which will make your
< 4'eup pI.cabbage pieces 1 table poo celery... dish for example! ,via a small el..il. C1 a Cb..l. .b MILK. 2/1./

3 large swoons,cut in eighth amount of meal added wifi serve .
Put carrot piece* into Oteruer blender -lVler'.ffvLtJ' more people tart the same. ,je.-aU1
,cold water, cover container and Pf'J'Ol'l' at Hi (Liquefy) ( amount of meat, cooked aloas.m I I I I aaaa .wj
quickly two or three tune*to coanely chop carrot. Pour through. addttiaa,the meat makes the
atrainer colander Chop remaining vegetable* ta aame man.ner.
,a uamg Hi or (Chop) and Off method.Drain vegetable*well than otherwise blind auarool very M r.r.a.r=:'D:ran a.,,j,,,. FROZEN FOODS I MPtot t(
'mil togetner Mil remaining ingred ta in a Urge saucepan and tasty. Lean how to ass rice or a w..sr .1./I..w M K.W a.r..utl ,
boil three minute Add vegetable* and bring to a bOiL IWl potatoes this way, too. *
exactly one minute Pack into atenliaad jar and seatYieldabout Chop for meals paused aroaad l A 1 X IIMMERS..ee.. .... 39 GRAPES 4-1.: .
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'S..liIt HIT ,.......r..r wr w r.r w Ir/.a.raw his Lemus s
money. A package of lastaataonmt .. 12/3 '
,THE bloaaoma dejicau: delight.lb.taat of charT palate *6 babjr. )'ellow crookaeckaauau dry milk phis water gives ST ........... ,,! w... n.1..ws.rr ,. ,, w

'when sip Saturn, cherryblosaoaliqueur you mitt for drlaklag and cook- I TNT l PotNtoeS.ee.
you S!
1 chicken bouOloa cube HH < wocsd.s
froaSunlory, water tog that's less expensive tad a STICKS. ,.. M 3$1i
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''Ud., of Japaa. Recently Utroduced rup healthy as whole milk B wfllwhip ran u. _
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la the U3., Suntory Seasoning salt ........ ......a.i.r. MUTPIIS.
Wash quah sad place la to a froth, topping a dessert i ... 3/l. ONiaflS 3 A 29 fsMrteas su
produce are,delighting" even. bakingduk.. Diaaolve .bouillon treat for about two easts .
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: ) BY NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL Igl1Should ..: .- BEAR FOR THE F.BL, France, where, aa Ae puts it,
Written by KELVIN VAN PEE- he has accomplished In five
( local communities control the Institutions their areas? BLES: Published by TRIDENT years what he could noUccom-
tonrThls: .qaestlon became a controversial one when the "cecel1I y y I td PRESS, New York, 156 pp.; pUsh In a life time In America.
'aUIed" Ocean Hill-Brownsville public school district lv A Flee Van Peebles la the writer and
largely black area of Brooklyn tried to fire or transfer more deceptive little book U director of the. motion picture,
04aan ZOO white teachers.-and thus pr.ovoke4aclty-wld.teacbeu' supposed to be a story nit mid: The Story oft Three Day
igrtte.tol die class black boy growing vp Pass," which describes what
.At first blush, "community control" seems only fair.Bat some In a Chicago suburb. But ills happens to a black soldier on
yijtlde lines in toe question ought to be clarified. a great deal more too. First leave la Pa ria. Be tacit In lore
,iri;First of all, antl-Semltlsm may be amojg the motives Involved of ill. It la a lesson In good with a French girl and the two
fllH( the call for "comramlty control": of schools and other writing. Second, it shows bow CONTINUED ON PAGE 14
t+,institutions In the black community. If so, this bigotry should be a good author adds quality to
denounced forthwith by black leader.,rather than be 14Cch.m1s1e4lJu a story and makes It meaning WinnDixieWinners
aa "andMsirable" or even "natural" part of race relationsT0fecondly fnL Third, and most Importantof
"corrimtmlty control" of neighborhood Institution all, the book reproduces
should affect only the InatltstlanaacommunltyhasltseU\ founded Kelvin Van Peebles to Amerl-
The Wlan-Dlele Stores
jijThe concept cannot reasonably be applied to public Institutions cans. Re-introduces beauty Foundation of Jacksonville, announces -
L uijpr to enterprises not owned by members of the community. Melvin Is the alter ego of the the awarding of
.j..Public Insltntloos, by their very nature, belong to everyone boy la the story. to two Bethane*
-and not Just to the residents of the neighborhoods they serve or The book's title 1s a deception, scholarships students from
jto cliques of persons representing themselves U community too, there's norelatloniklp Cookmaa College
The
Nassaa Bahamas. recipIents -
leaders. I with the FBI anless Peebles Intends ,
I 1, t V a ft of the scholarships are
It! ,A >public school should ao: more be expected to advance the 9 to Imply to the FBI u the Scott and
E.
Kiss Carolyn
.pause of black separatism Negro community than It should strong arm of the establishment -
.t.1Ie required to support racial segregation In conservative In Amef lean that be"got away."* t
white area la the story a young blackboy
:c (Jf it Is proper for a black-cootroUtdacboo1411trlct la Brooklyn recounts his experiences and
'",to,Ore white teachers for racial reasons, one has DO complaint gives candid observations and
V:against any public! Institution In t white neighborhood: which lets reactions to those experiences
>.>4U Negro help go. and to the people around him.
t j..Relat to the question of community control ls resistance to While the story Is simple and.etra h
%lBoa<>Negro businessmen In black areas td-forward, Van Peebles
fl3 putney U, Young, Jr., executive director National Urban manages to pack a great deal
..,league, asserts that this hostility la but "the natural desire of of frankness and honesty Into
s.,$:people to replace whites who don't live la the community and what are common experiences.
:,who take profits out of the ghetto.njja ." To some e dent the observations
.- ; overlookLlgtbepoulbUlt7that such hostility whether violent of the story teller are gins la
or not-may be tnjnstlfiable. Young forgets that %st'4 sauce IY I retrospect, which makes the re- ?
!ctor the goose Is since for the gander." 't- Y I' action to the experience most I r
XX U la "natural" for Hack: peoole to be antagonistic. to whites Interesting In terms of his prepent -
CONTINUED ON PACE 14; .---- II" -'." -,,"' """ ..._na J'\ accomjt'lsSm+tfs.alelvla .
!r The lOG delegates to lilt first convention of the American Hlgglnbotham, Aa11a 4frMAFNA President;Samuel L. Evans, Vu Peebles. )S, theauthor .
NSW Aq MtCO CAMPtTe Ml* MUOt Foundation for Negro Affairs la Philadelphia were entertained Philadelphia, AFNA Board Chairman; and Dr. Benjamin Mays, 1s what we call a"Black CAROLYN SCOTT
xINO4.IUMA6Lertse at a banquet following opening day adman by the Gulf Oil President Emeritus of Uorebouse College, Atlanta, who beads Expatriate." Be gave op the I*
>;r Corporation, recently. Shown here after the dinner are His up AFNA'a research program One of the most ImprMslveassemblages del of living U America be* Rodney E. Johnson, freshnuxMiss
'XI2': I'M SOCIALS lUll lt.95 Excellency, Ebeneter Moses Debrah (sixth from left), Ghana's of prominent Negroes ever gathered,, AFNA Is. rue of Its empiasls"race" Scott la the daughter of
:6X9. UXIS ambassador to the United States,the evening's speaker,with Gulf creating a 10-year plan to enhance the Image of the American U d because uf" the refusal of Mr. and Mrs Herbert Scott
: 1I.9S and AFNA officials Kiss Hilda Slams, New York,noted actress Negro, to unify' and harness his potential all areas of life. Hollywood and U. S. Book pa* of West Stet ........, She
rS LINOLEUM CITY and aa AFNA eommlsiloa chairman D.G. Ran, Gulf! Public end to establish goals, ways and means |10 direct that potentialo blishers to accept him.
Relations Department George W. Ruppersberger, Gulfs Philadelphia \ Us highest possible attainment. Fur the past eight years, Vu
Cut To YoBr RQaq SU District Sale Mrs.Dcbrah U,S.
SPECIAL Uaaarer; : Judge A. Leon Peebles has lived In Paris,

: ARMSTRONG Cushioned Floor Now tt.OO A Yard, A

:" tll. 'jt .$fwtma* sees N.w. ,.... *varsr MIAMI linkers Phi Tnhhi Pro..ruM Aretha And Charles Coca-Cola Stars ;
f MAMA *ai
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f ;ti' ...... on.'ttlose! our! : 'Hair"i cmcACO-lC ..u..lfor1 to buOd economic power '" 4" 4L .wi
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'the National Bankers association 1s planning a Ore-year program .r ,IIj.., 11 M+ ir .act
Use .
to train black bankers la middle-management recponal 1 L....,
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VAL'S SUPER-CM bUlties.NBA. 1ivr .. ..... "." ,
made up of SO NegtV first, general mooting 'of the

Hair Copditioner owned bukstn.oanadthepro- American Foundation for Negro.
gram at Us recent national con Affairs la Philadelphia.B I
vention. that the fundt E
was suggested
3 HoBihj StWly-0itr $1.50 The association also alms at "organised to acquire control RODNETJORNSQNplans
of existing banks and promoting of existing businesses, to to major la biology,and
the founding of otber black- finance expansion of small,successful upon receiving her degree, wit
Order Direct owned banks and businesses. businesses, or create retara to the Bahamas for emr'e" -
The training program U made' aew businesses." ploymeat alias. Scott wastaduated
possible with a IJJO.OOO grant' President of the fledging AF* : from Weste-ra
J.CkitHei's Ijnty C #twMiwi.ni. from the VS. Commerce Department NA is Utub Ste.mm..atrklJudgeLeatIIU 5 'Secondary School and Guvera-
administration.
.' meat High School with a "B"
In a related development, establishment The recent Black Conference, average. She participated la
9954 N,W. 25th Aye. r of a Negro national also held la Philadelphia, cal reading, sports, dramatics
development corporation wan Ud for creation of a black National lastabUs and the Klwaaia Rey'Jabuoc

t M I urged at a workshop during the backJack I 4tt'/11/!/ 1 1 I I Club. U the:soa of afr.jad

eee .eeeeee.eeeleeeeeeeeee.eeee /II Mrs. Fletcher Alexander Joha-
""; \ lOa,, of Thompson's Boulevard,
MIAMI STADIUM '" I P.O. Box 4M, Nass.0. Be was
1 graduated from St. Aaoe's
-- School with a general clrW1a.te
i I TUES. & WED., OCT. 29.30 fA Wilson's la aducatloa Be participated -
ATLANTA Two of the icntertalnment world's top Rhythm and Blues "soul" vocalists la musical activities,
; FOR TICKET INFORMATION CALL SPOTLIGHT, 445-3533 Perfect Seal combined their talents for the first time recently when the "Queen of Soul," Aretha Franklin and was a member of the baseball
j and the "Genius" Ray Charles, recorded radio commircials for Coca-Cola The recording m and baskethaQteams.
1 SPOTLIGHT PRODUCTIONS Inc. presents .F Awning it Window session was' held at Ur. Charles'private recording studios adjacent to his home la Hollywood Jo plans to auorla
Ray and Aretha recorded two comnrfricals u a . 2973 ".W. 17 Are session. The unprecedented event was co-produced: by Billy Dens of UcCaan-Erkkson Inc.' coca graduation, plans toretins
the agency for The Coca-Cola Company, and Joe Adams, Charles' personal manager. A to the Bahamas and seek em-
HE 5-6844 HE 54388Awning complete orchestral scoring arranged by Sid teller and Rene Ball. The commericlals for ploymeat la a baslaessenterprise.
Coke will be used on top 40() radio stations act OQ the nation .
"BLACK and >jed

EVERYBODY'SPROUD" ;E' ..
''' Miami Shorts

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(# I{'ce"'alel' THE Paradise isla.d. the'$56-
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5 I million resort developawnt
I linked by bridge to the Basses
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ANODIZED a multt-mlUioa dollar

DOUBLE STREnGTH GLASS -, I motion picture to be produced
HEAVY by Joe Pasternak
EXTRUDED SCREEN I
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EXTRA HEAVY OPERATOR MOBILE eeee

! DOUBLE LOCK ON EACH VENT ; ,,, The British Development Division .
Q s la the Carlbbeaa
I announced that Britain Is to
,
,. THE CADILLAC OF WINDOWS TRAVELING PET ADOPTION CENTER provide funds totaling $IU.oo
0I to enable a British firm of
REPLACE TOOK EASEMENT OR CUSS JUOOSIE /' from theGREATER consulting engineers to probe
AVERaG! 2 IEOROOM HOME C, i MIAMI the possibilities of storing rein
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(I IM ). COMPtiniV IRSTaUIO V 39500 ; water la reservoirs below sea

I 18 PIECE BAND 3g \ HUMANE SOCIETY .level Island oa New of Providence the Bahamas.Volame capUal -.

NO DOWN PAYMENT '
Will If AT e.ee

REVUEtt.M NORTHSIDESstsrder
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OUR AWNINGS of International air
$1.50 $6.50 $5.N $4.11 I travel to and from the Bahamas
ARE ALSO
A Ii.iie4 '..W .1! 99< tltktti will .U sell with tiecckeie THE BEST AVAILABLE GET OUR Nev. 9 :i iM win peak reach this wlater u toprecedtnted with Paa-
el ticket.
4.00 ORICE BEFORE YOU BUY 10 A.M. to 5 P.M. American Airways alone aagmenUng -
BUY TICKETS AT: existing services by
.Untie C,., sMl l City Se.iii, RickBM NO DOWN PAYMENT SO per cent Nine major air
Heights 0.*.., Bless KU| Re She", UBUif tit,. c...'s Sltl l .Music Step ftCe 1 "TlIt .1 ectivifr"t
Recent; JeM u.aL. W.Hle'i 21, SNILI.s Teeii, \t N.W. 27th A VI. fc N.W. 79th ST. Aa to cent la
.,. ;leased Bar, Receie'iville, Moire Meilc Ce. per leap pulscapacity -

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I Mistreatment of Black Athletes Helps Build Resentment Says Time-Life '1


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Persuaded Big Business.r1JJIJ. Miiz.M Paints Te Hypocrisy

.SM FriBclsci Pine Teicher's I I.I. -. .' "f' -:' '

I III :" Tine CtKirts Go Over Hi ; ''; : : 'f 5'') : !: : : ; Of Uniwsities Ami Ceickas

., Tb&1i! Sports apparently gave Willie Cager the opportunity to escape
SAW FRANCBCO A pttoo teacher's do-lt-yoarsetf Cdlhirtl I; ...... $' from the futility of a New York ghetto. Tbe tall, aptly named
program for Negro youth 1> developing the talents youngsters :" ;.: : Negro youth's! baskegbaQ talents won him an athletic scholarship
in this stet tad encouragta! them to continue their education t '\. f .. ,//,\ ," 1 ,to the University of Texas at El Paso where be knew the thrill
in universities aqg$ \ltcea. 11 \I- :} of playing on a national championship quintet and the boo lS
She U Mr*. Patience Scales otherwise might have slid Into I ., 01' f serving u team captain. :J
vrho, armed with little wore than the "under-achlever" or "col \ ,- 'f!;. i, Yet tbe question remains, did positions and treated like sib-
the filth of her student and a tyrally deprived" categories. sports give Willie Cager a' humans by Paleolithic coaches
quiet "Rock of Ages" kind of Many former students are now i ( square shake? His answer can 'who regard ihematwatermeten
reassuring strength, persuaded continuing their education In L (4rw be found In this statement: "I eating Idiots." "
some of the nation's largest universities and colleges an \ come from the toughest, black Through first person reports
compute: -F.W. Woolworth over the northern California est, poorest part of the Bronx. by both college professional
Co, American Airlines, Stand area. I won't be unhappy to go back" athletes the book spotlights itch
ard Oil and otters-to sponsor A current scholarship winner, Willie Cager is typical of the social Injustices U: &1
piano lesson scholarships. for Schynell the second oldest of cores of dissatisfied black The recruiting of fitted Retroathletes
tier students. six children and a student at athletes who spell out the disillusioning lackingacadeMlcqualifications
Jerri Lynn Mitchell, y,. and San Francisco's Balboa Bigh I truths concerning by colleges Vhlch
Schynell Anderson, 14, won this School, won her scholarship \ ;. s the treatment of the Negro in have no Intention of helping
year's Parade of Tooth scholar with a sensitive performance: aaA both college and professional them attain a real educationand

hips that provide a fan year of of "Rondo" by Motart. ..w-. l -.ft. sports In "The Black Athlete: which will cast them adrift
piano lessons The two San' Currently, with 70 studentsand ., \i'\ A Shameful Story," published once their athletic eligibilityis
Francisco students won their a long waiting list, Mrs. .. ... ,7-, this month by Time-Life Books. used up; **
awards In one of the city's Scales Is trying to secure Institutional Based largely on a five part Benching-, scholarship rfvo*
largest and most unique student grants and funds to series by Jack Olsen which ran cations and even expulsions for
piano recitals tlrs.Scalessees expand her scholarship pro } .f.l/', I\\t. ,.. recently In Sports Illustrated, Negroes dating white |irls.*
nothing unusual In Jdrl&g the gram for the low-income family .. ,# "The Black Athlete: A Shame Quota systems vhich Hmil'jbsnumber '
city's largest concert halls for children. ; ,1......I.. ful Story," Is expected to help of Negroes on*a team'
her Banters Point area pupils. "Youth the greatest Invest* ::7 'r f J tile American public understand and guarantee that certain positions
The 1K7 Parade of Tooth most one can mate," she says. the troubled mood of the black those which call for
marched Into San Francisco's Few families In the Hunters .11 ( I _:,-' \ I community, the manifestations brainpower-will fall. to white
elegant Opera Hoagie Sixty Point area can afford the $15 -"f' ... \ of which have Included a threat players by dafautt; PJf
youngsters, mostly from low hourly rate usually charged for .. ned boycott this month's Double standard whet it
Income, predominantly black top flight piano training.Rather \ I{" ;' : ::;: Olympic Games by the nation's comes to salaries and * neighborhoods performed on a than accept charity, most of most talented Negro amateur season employment opporttal- i
stage anally reserved for the Mrs Scales' students pay $Ian athletes. UtS.'W
world's most renowned music boor or less depending on what The new Time-Life book tells The University of Texas at
tans. The Masonic Temp on the family can afford bow hundred of thousand of E1 Pisa comes In for particularly
San Francisco's Sob Hill was "In this way," she explains: black Americans have looked severe criticism fofrlts
the scene of the eighth maul. "we can rank Into homes to to sports u a bridge out of the failure to fulfill Its acadfcafc
recital this year. Instill the pride and dignity ghetto, only to find that there and social rcspoosftllfiies.
Student parents organised aafuolllary needed to rise above the ghetto are vast d.Cereoc between The book notes that Bat'b
\ which raises fond to u sect" ,: Isr a scholarship and an education, of the five Negro at.arterl.on
pay for the concert halls. Pro In ad1Itloa to the lessons- between a teammate and the IMS National Collegiate
ands from ticket sales provide! piano, music history, harmony a friend. Athletic Association champion
Advanced students; with scholarships and music theory-Mrs,Scales'students "Black collegiate athletes say ship basketball >*ad ias yet
to San Francisco's Con also an treated to they are dehumulsed,exploited been awarded a degree from
servatory of Music Mrs monthly cultural tours A group > and discarded," tbe book (lisp ow"nt '
Scales' crusade to raise the attended tile August concerts reports. "Black professional coaches sty tfrat
sights of minority youth! already at Stanford University. They athletes., they are underpaid, education Is the Important thing
has resulted In significant! ac- have been Invited to attend tile hun'ed into certain stereotyped COWNUED PAGE 11 *
eompishroe&ts by children who Bay Area Youth Symphonyseries -
in November.

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CIS News Foster -
Reporter Geerie Dynamic and aggressive Mrs. Patience Scales,vmohoto*student nationwide recitals la the picture above are, from left.' Miss
I piano recitals: : U WgUme settings, meets one of tile sponsors Jerri Lynn Mitchell, scholarship winner, Mrs Scales, winner
Gets Reiito Network Asslfiweit following her Wl conpelitioa.: Mrs Pittance bridged tile gap .Mls Schynell Anderson and D.E. Chenault, regional vice Soothing relief for
between citizen and business by persuading! Wool ormStandard president for the F.W. Woolworth Company Mrs Scales bails
Beginning last Monday, Oc tuber 14, Reporter George FosterNenrock Oil, American Airlines, and otter.companies to sponsor her from San Francisco. B and C Associates Photo hard-working hands:

was beard. on CBS Radio > broadcasts, operating from vAU1lN(. miOlfUM JILL?. For hand ae
CBS Kews ChlcatD Dur.... Ink Hires flacks I I "tilth, .o chipped, they actually hurl,
Mere
This week. Foster Is n Mew 'returned to Columbia where be Ckicifo HUD Hikes Hove Helping Minor Groups Soothti and ftofUne... _
York for brief woo a bachelor's degree and eontlnuoui
comprehensive WASf@iGTON-NpO.The' reached an accord on the neces* rro"ld..a
tot MbUexpaadedradiod-jUes, 'a master's la ed-xaUon. As listless Assets Fish Uiwerd u.s. Department of Rousing and sill of strong action to foster rilnit moisture pretects better .
mioUng CBS Mews executives, Foster used his training for Urban Developm has moved a positive, affirmative pro. than watery creams and
correspondents and tilt production eight years la teaching and CHICAGO (!CPt) Busl gross, two of whom are offl* to help assure effective: participation gram to open tbe protection\ .lotions. Ct 'Vaseline'PelroteumJdly.You ii
staff. administration at three New ness 1s good at the previously ) pa,
70
Mem&rs
cert among our employ by minority groups in,, to minority groups
Foster, with CBS Mews a year York City schools. JIe taught all-white iUAlmsirytBaak.oatbe .0.yeermca' there were only. tile pUaoiag profession. Work1ing of tbe'planning profession layout "" el e') rand*'ofprtro*"
and a "fy 1s best remembered at Junior Riga School M and Southstde, where the bank'sblack two Negro employees and.no closely with professional areas of cities to be re- Luna jtlly..but four
for bin work oa the highly at u experlmvjtal: school for president Norman A. Negro officers." planning orgaalutlons and edll- habilitated and redes'gned.TCI hand are worth ItlEnjoy .
acclalred "Of Black America" .awt1oaal11-4l.h r bed girls; Simon, 48, Is nuking an effortto Tbe ISO-million bank's earnings rational Institutions, HUD fiti.
'series last simmer oa CBS the Livingston School. Be was hire 1DU't black employees, are $900,009 over those of
Television. Be his bees a re* an administrator at Bellevue "Since we are a community\ a similar period last year. ion im TO (o TO TOWN TO GET
porter-orodacer for CBS Mews, Hospital Psychiatric School. bank, I felt It essential to hire Prior to this appointment at
Chicago sloe February. At tbe esperlawnUl school from within the community In University/ National,Simon wu
Covering demonstration areas Foster found that his bobby of order that our customers needs president of Guaranty Bank and
during the Democratic: Coon.toderdldaeonthe'scene* photography could be oUlisod, and services would be reco: Trust company LOW, PRICES
flop,. ", .where mere words were gnlaed" said Simon who has .
Inadequate la teaching" For marked his first years as the
the next three years Foster first black person to become:
t' f was a fr.-luc.rolqreport- president of a forme-ly all I DRUG STORE NEEDSTrade 2
er for tile US. Office of white bank. RigdonHEAT
Economic Opportunity VBTA "Thus today, we have 21 Ne I
Then be went to tbe Soviet Union I with Your Neighbor hood Drug StoreWE
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students and WILL YOUR LOCAL
to cover exchange MEET ANY PRICES ADV., IN
made a djcumeatary about Beauticians Celebrate & AIR/ PAPERS. We deliver. We also fin all Doctors Prescriptions.
them. la addition, be was commissioned
by several leading I &:'
01 National '
national publications to report Founding CONDITIONINGwv -

on life In Russia. CHICAGO -(N PI)-The Jrd Dixie Pharmac
Foster Joined CBS News following anniversary of the United f
his work for Y1ST A. He Beauty School Owners and
irldCejtral }
recalls that when be was asked : your home
Teachers Association and its
to come to CBS News Bead- atfUlttes, Alpha Chi Pi Omega Heating System. aal Air 1312 KIRKS IUD IT MYRTLE
Cwrfitlonlng
quarters U New york from Sorority and Fraternity, will
.....,...: r.. Chicago last April, "...things be observed during this month Pkiii 353.5597
-- ." were happening so fast that of October.:
GEORGE FOSTER It seemed like centuries since It wu in October IMS that
remote during a confrontation I had been here before--and the Dr. Mary McLtod Bethune and 5123IIACIRRRR II.. PAY TOIL U.HT, WATER AND

in which Dick Gregory was pace hasat let up, since Frank U.S. Rep. William L. Dawn PI 3111513
ly, I wouldn't have U any other o>-m.) assisted Dr. Msrjorit
arrested at Itth Street and TELEPRINE RILIS AT OII STORE
Michigan Avenue. way. I enjoy being on the ga. tt Stewart Joymerfo.nder-
stimulates the mind to bigger national supervisor forming
This is not Foster's flrstvuit
to the East. Be arrived In New and better things." the first national Greek-letter
York to work on "Of Black Be summarises his basjc organisation for black beautl :
America" the day of,the s.sauslattloa eelswith; "With change clans. He fought and fights for Peace EJtv
of Dr. Martla
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I feel greater fulfillment My -
Luther Be Immediate
King; Jr.
'Internal gyroscope' Ii directing : -
ly went to work of friends arranging of Dr.appearances me each year further and Harien gels Privately I 4
further down the path of enllchtenment. '
King on a memorial program ." Finlaced'Medicll'U.
Be was not scheduled to appear An avid reader-.from. i
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on the broadcast. Foster Insists
Shakespeare touaderground NEW YORK (Nt) One
"What I really was doing movie scripts"-Foster can be of the nation's largest Negro-
was warming a seat for Roy seen with a maauscript or soft area medical centers has been .
WUkins. When be arrived at the
over novel under one arm opened !in Harlem
studio a few minutes before almost everywhere he goes. lie The privately'financed office
air time. I got up and started is convinced m.;.st people don't center for physicians and den
.to walk away. But tile producer read beneficially. "'na* trouble tists occupies the first and ,

asked me to sit alongside Is that, while people today read second floors of a su-story J..e:. Iiehbr, 4. $....n Me 1.000 c..."..-... ....." kits ..... M.'IIM NAUTAtr
Mr. WUHns, and there I was more than ever before, they building on 125th St, between ._iII.. III '..IIi"I.... HAS 1..II.IIe./ .
on the air" dont learn the lessons of Lenox and Seventh Avenues
A bottle-decoroted veteran of World War II, Congressman
This was Foster's firstExposure history and experience, but repeat The office center, formerly
television. Now Charles E. 'Bennett at a senior member of the Home Armed
on the m1It No known as Cantor's Department
014 tI. Impact a
Services Committee, supports strongest possible national
Foster will be beard regularlyover -
is made. Store is now called the ItSth '
defense lo oiiiit In Vietnam and ,In .
the CBS Radio Network. Foster Is pleased with his Street Medical-Dental Building. vt peace negotiations.
Foster has not Led a dull We. expanded I CBS? Radio Network Since he entered Congress, he has assisted auxiliary landing
8e'. bees a singer of Cer wafolboDcs assignment and says,"Frankly. Negro (UnionApprentices facilities at Mayport and Cecil Field to become, respectively,
a teacher and a prin- Ideal c feel that radio has yet a major carrier base and a master jet base.
scipaller a photographer and a realised Its true potential in DoibleIn'NinberQf Congressman Btnnett's program: Complete hangar complex at HAS

In his S9 years. this country. grieved for radio Jacksonville; doubt number of A7 planet at Cecil Field; Increase ship the smooth
Six foot-one, rangy la build, after television came along.But Jobs
Foster was bora In Akron,Ohio then I realised that TV for assignments to Mayport; nuclear Navy; modern subs; advance tea light taste of YItrSK
shortly after his father's death radio was a blessing in disguise WASHINGTONNP1)The power and private shipbuilding; anti-ballistic missile system; bill to Seagram's v.a.-
in 1129, the year of the stock forcing! it to work harder number of Negro union apprentices prevent employment of subversives in defense plants. The Smooth
market crash. At Central High to find a new role for itself.I has almost doubled since oaarroe nwos
School la Akron,Foster became think it has found that new the end of 1868.AccordlDC RE-ELECT CHARLES L /o CONGRESSBENNETT Canadian.Seagram'sV.O.
a soloist win the choir and role' to u.s. Labor
went on to two, years of study Does George Foster have any Secretary Wlllard Wirts, an "itx21T-
at the Westminster Choir School particular driving ambition Be estimated 1.100 Negroes are .
IB Princeton, Mew Jersey. Deciding does Be has credos towards enrolled as of June 30 in govera' Canadian.
that singing was not the his Ph. D. at New york University. meat-registered appreaticeshlp Known by the
career for him, be enrolled "I cant: finish It upIn programs, compared it keeps.
at Columbia University la Mew Chicago" he says. "But to about .,%00, II months be company
York to broad sis base.Aftera someday, somehow I'd like to fore. Even so,the union training.

two-year Interruption for get that degree. Lie probably programs remain 96 4 per cent Democrat, 3rd District--fold political advertisement by William B. Ryan, Campaign Treasurer cm.e.w.+aue*surus..a.r w urn to Mt ASS nwar esraua away.Ut
Amy service(mO-I1)).Fester will. white, Wirts said.

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The Hethuos-Cootmta College' Wildcats currently tied for first
place la the SIAC Conference with Florida AIM University will
face tilt strong Alabama AAM Bulldogs In Jackaonvaie'a Gator
BowL Saturday night at 8.00 p.m.
The Wlldcata who have tallied The Wildcat defensive unit
more than 100 pointa la four are coodiUonlnC n emit h II
pores are rolling towards its la aa effort to stop Onrea
first conference c: championship Jackson, ft 6'5", 210 pound,
in 15 yeara.Tba two-time All-Conference
f local tans win have ft Qmrterback. Jackson, who led
v chance to see Jacksonville's his team to ft division confer-
Alfred Baywood, a flashy halfback 'race title two yeara ago Ishighly
who baa scored In every sought after by many
game this season. The 190- profeasional teams. He has
pound speedster Is leading tilt thrown 7 touchdown passes this
SIAC Conference with 60 points season and last week against
and ranked number 9 in the South Carolina State !ha
nation, according to tilt blest displayed his running ability by
NCAA Rating Charts. A versatile coring 3 touchdowns on tbe
athlete, be holds the ground. The Bessemer
school's field goal record with Alabama giant, has thrown for
rSf a 45 yarder set in the Gator a total of I.OII.fUeIS la his
Bowl bat year. college career.Jacksonville .
Another Jacksonville standout fans win be entertained
k. Is Alvin Wyatt, who has Intercepted by some 20 local and
I aerials this season, area bands daring aa afternoon
grabbing 4 la a stogie game parade and at halftime.
for a school record.Florida .
IrJsc
:
tfWs ova, quarterback Jimmy Jackson win be one of AIM Clinches 7-0
Bethvne-Cookmaa's mea to watch la the pigskin battle Saturday

night, October II, at the Gator Bowl tt I p m.,when DCC meets Score Over M. Brown I
Alabama JUU la what bids fair to sprosebmgc1aaiIc1sm Riiny

la ftPtbaning. Martin Gross.Photo Florida AIM scored In the first four minutes of play and then

held on la the rain Ina ,-0 conference victory over Morris
AIT Uilvmily's Heiry WalkerS *"* Brown la Atlanta Friday night.
,,.> we. # $ .* A steady"'' downpour nullified But the Rattler defense, rated
;erks Third Quarter Rally WtaCEABLOTTE any passing game u the number one in the nation, demonstrated
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r -I Rattlers and Wolverines why, when they held

It.C. Frtctintta Henry Walter d South RULVa sbethtn..Co: kaita twists to rtmt b r.for Saturday, October 46, Fallback Stanley Phillipa, 220 pounda..Thla la well nigh b2Tft supped slid, and fumbled, on the Wolverines In three plays
sparked a third quarter rally to lad AZT to.II.U t6, at the Gator Bowl w1Ia the,meat tilt powerful Alabama AIM too of powerful power. Two explosive teams will meet at the muddy field. and then recovered -ft fumble
jriciory mr' Johnson C.Smith. Bulldogs: S3, Fallback Anthony Crlaby. 112 pounds; 40,Halfback I p... Saturday sight la the Gator Bowl. Martin Groaa Photo Tba Rattlers did ass ft pass, on lilt next play.
Twice bat however to sat the touchdown Morris Brown threatened onto
Walker scored on a fiveyardno Aggiea scored first, Wuits op
210
Saoml Ajdtrsoc, 203 pounds21.; Benjamin, pound;
lab la tilt third quarter and and twice the Golden Bull retaliated before the rain Intensified.On more la the fourth quarter/;
Erie Cot kicked the extra point before Smith took their tilt opening kickoff, till moving the ball to the 11-yard
to erase Smith's 17-14 Wad. ahorMlrtd kid at 11.00 of the Ale Kicker Gets loot Oat Mistreatment Of Black Athletes Rattler's Frederick Fields recovered line, but agala Tough Rattler
"1kIbr came la and 414 a third period. a Morris Brown fumble defense baited the drive
teat fine Job far _." aid tt wan the fancy footwork of Of Playlai With Taps Team COXTWUED: FROM PACE 11 on tilt Wolverine 51-yard line. The Rattlers rolled up 200
Rorntbr Bony, A&Pa coach.. Smith's lull fine .setbactt Tba4' Quarterback KM Riley needed lanes rushing but competed
at the oWuhmgton.Tbocgb
"W.,tsiv be cold ran and haIt Jones and Bill Dusenbery, that GREENSBORO N.C. While mryono site teems to be and sports cornea seeood"says University ranted third la the only sins playa to score the only two paaaaa In three
ery bumble aad willing to' fare AIT a bard Una moat of overjoyed Out AIT baa begun a new winning tradition, one Carr,""but you aooo leara nation la rushing at the time only touchdown uf the night attempta: for 11 yards. Morris
.".,," the game perIOD la partlcalar who flnda winning nothing new la kicking: better. Re notes that the ath ha started another Riley set op the touchdown with Brown was held to no completions
isles etA only retain their eligibility never game Melvin and
I BDeclallat Erie CaL for the Hasklea. Alot.rWub1IIctoD aa 11-yard paaa to and la six attempt
by awUcnlng'to Mickey'Mace Jonea at the Matte Brown 13 rusting
only yards
The spunky tittle native of gamea. He aatlclpatea aaoperatloa playar Claude
couraaa wbere you don't two-yard line. On the next play With all of the atartlag
Philadelphia, Pa., proudly this summer to Robert drew harsher treatment
wort too hard. At the end of ,
Riley fooled the defense with halfbacks Injured, the Rattler
Deists lab former Alma
that core ect the cOD41t1 when be met a member of tbe
foot when their
Zeus eligibility fake the middle and swept coach went tha entire game
Hater Laaadowae-Aldan Though lab performance de- a op
la
acbool'a athletic ataff while
la exhausted, they find them- end untouched for tilt with two fullbacks carrying the
lost lab pads the efforts of tilt right ,
never a fame daring upon a nightclub with ft whit girl
YOUROWlHSALES etrta lacking tilt credits In
ball. James Owens and Robert
354-6746 team offense to core be baa
,
playing
career. When Robert reportedfor
tilt mo.*e difficult bulc The red
aubjecta of the game for the Lamtklna buffed their way la
Although weighing only 155 to be content at waiting for tbetovchdowa practice tilt following Monday
required for graduation. first half was played mostly the mud with 93 and It yards
pounds and standing a mere before he coo add
locker
mini !ha found a note la his
Many of the Negro athlete
at mid-field with neither team rasalag respectively! la 20
54, CoI waa a member of a tht finishing touchca.Aa reading "Tot are no longer ft
the
team that ran up a 21-pme a high school gridder,Erie, arriving on college campus member of this squad r..11roar threatening to score carries each.
3IEIINM winning streak darlag lab or "Sunshine Superman" U hela have never read a book from equipment." la tilt third quarter, Morris FAMU la now 44 on the
corer to cover and art not Brown tackle Garry Miles season, Moats Brown Is now
playing daya. called by frienda, waa u Perhapa tilt atlffeat ponlah-
A0 low as tA1 Sparta Illustrated honored lab AIl-Delavare County selection glvea special academic meat wu accorded Phil Harris." blocked a Rattler punt and retarDed 04. Saturda/. night! la Bragg
guidance to make up for this It Ji yards to the one- Stadium the' Rattlers take on
high echoed u one of the top la both hla Bophomore and Junior the 6'10center of tbe. VTEPbaaketball : .
lilt Time-Life boot
handicap
23 prep schools la the nation,' years at halfback and kicker points out, One of those boyato team, rio was ax- foot 11IIt.AHI.s'. Tennessee State University.
Ci 'lDdu4bc 41Y1"-"IDI,.reapectlTely. For tilt time 'peUro..s. college abortty ''
...' Doa oudOln, aar ol the'Wytr&1tJ Seek SpirtMS. For >TfckdStrifiht
5 lab junior being, tbe ticking apeelaliet of Kaana football after aaaoaaclag hlangagenMut '
p OFFICE Despite t&ymg' with tore ear not mcbed his npmoat prone to a greeneyedCaecaalia
ye team. Asked what his
"DIVISION 2Qth ST. EXP. tilege la lab kicking knee, Cox clue, because ha haa to adjust college beaaty. School 61.14
adds to be
till managM to do auffleienUywell. with lab kicking holder,Jerome career up anawfra: Victory-Score
ofOciala dray connection
PARK any
Weil It off the traaa
.IAND He. hU on 11'of 18 PAT'atWlII Turner and center Kenneth kept me
., tracks la A.If III 0. That'a between the events, bat Harrla By RtCHAM E":! MOOIIEOlEENSBOCO.
!l In the drat three Pit*.
reports that ha waa warned
whets most of the eats la my
home torn wind up." that be would be asked to leave :' N.C. Rampaging AAT used ft brilliant
Saaaklla reports good the school If ha didn't atop performance by quarterback Stan Jacobs and All-Anu'fcaa

relationship between black and MelngUtt glrL candidate Willie Pearson to trounce Norfolk State, .1..., laa
white grldiara. on the football The err Time-LJte'book Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (elM) football
l FOOTBALL field "but if you run into a points out that certatapoaUlona. game lure recently.n .
white player ouwntowa with his in sports are all but elated to waa the third straight win reserve quarterback Charles
date, be doesat know you." the Negro. "Whit theydots'take for the Aggies and.by far their Mlddltton toendDaryle Cherry,
Tbe social line la drawn even the skilled Negroea.and" finest showing of lilt young and a 12-yard run by Willie
more sharply whet the Negro alack them at apoaitlon. atUQD. Pearson's brother Loreoao.
crosses racial barriers and Charges ....tilL This Tbs favored Spartans never Freshman Eric Cox'a sires
on'tMiss This Great Gridiron ContestBethune data t white girl accusation\ la aapported by had a chance U Jacobs, a placements completed the
Junior Cathy DOE the star statistics which show whiten deadly passer, kept lilt air scoring for AIT. Norfolk
fullback\ of the Atlanta Falcons, holding down virtually all of filled with his louses most of Stat.'. two scores came lathe
la one who ran alo.il; of lilt'unwritten the aulplDeatJl1qarltrtatk. lilt evening. Wbea the smoke third u4fourt'quarten'r.IptCUftll.
law against lutenacial center, guard and linebacker la had cleared Jacobs bad completed .
g Cookman College"Wildcats" dating according to"Tbe Black the pro football ranks and just 1) of 21 passes for 234 At 13:43 of the third period,
attktes ASbsmttolStory" IS Negroea listed among the yards and four touchdowns, aQ the Spartans' spunky quarter
Coffey told Olson that he had 107 men pitching tasetall'sCO. to Pear son. back Ike Fallard tossed a 59-
1 dated a white girl while a student .'ITlNUED QSt PAGE 14 Mora than 10.000 fans witched yard strike to flaakerRae
as the quick Aggies struck for Jarvis and Kenny Edmonds-
: .-.. I t one touchdown la the first verted to cut the AIT Wad to
,' i" #,, '" period", three la tilt second .23-7.' '
I period tour la the third Midway the final period;'fall4
Tick-toclc...tick-tuck... quarter and one la the dual back Pwttus Farrar plunged

i ptciod. across the line from
goal tbt-
II VS the Bourbon thatdidn't Tbe other AT points came ooe-yard line, but by then.tbe
I on two abort plunges by fullback Spartans were trailing S3-14.
Dick Armstrong a 90-yard runback Jacobs, a sophomore transfer
watch the dock! after iaterceptloa by student, has already shattered:
freshman tackle Ralph Cole- several AT
records. His

ALABAMA A & M TEAM ( mu, a 40-yard paaa from methodical State destruction waa really accomplished of Norfolk .

ro.'T BE A DROP-OUT, In tbs first half when
i OLD he piled up 131 yards in sing.
It was the finest performance
GO BACK. TO SCHOOL of Pearson's career. Tie 195-
I' Oct. 26 Gator Bowl T CHARTER pound senior from Winston-

TO GET A (GOOD JOB YOU Salem, N.C., caught six passes
la the for 133 AU
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I South Carolina Romps Over Allen, 39-0, Birto Benjamin "Touchdown" Leads CreWL1



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This column was Inspired by the tight Into the United States ,::,:"i", S.C. Freshman Quarterback Birto Benjamin rut.: .o
the futile effort of a group of Canada and the restaftheworldcommunication ,_ s"J for three touchdowns and passed for two u ie led South ..s.
ait-hard, cub-loving ; Carolina State to 19-0 SUC football of Allen
swat by satellite. A4Le : .. .'t: College victory ;
loving sponsort to promote a Timing would be the only big ; _. ', .t...... h..f;A. "::::- University Saturday night at Perry Stadium. ;': ,
beavywelglt rittt that would factor In that It would requireAll ;, It was the Bulldogs' first win Barter. | '

gin cbampta Muhammad. tad his adversary to cress RAftRtS\.[ ,.... in three games and the third It was a scoreless second ;
nee Cassias' Clay, another opportunity >> gloves at the precise moment .. .-.z...... ; straight defeat for the Yellow bat the Bulldogs wenton
to defend We crown the Early Bird satellite 1s pas- ;. .........,1W".t. Jackets. .quarte lathe second
a scoring
which be won In bead-sulilng, ling over the FIJI Island. Ai Benjamin, starting his first ball spree .
blood-letthg comtat inside the And doa't let anyone propa e *gas>* u a collegian scored Benjamin threw, a seven-yard- .
ring. gandlse you Into believing that j I on runs of one, four and six to c
So anxious are the promoters the public doesn't want the All J i yards and! passed 20 yards to pass Richardson nom! the Wild
(who will renu'a! anonymen at fight. The world at large today YJFf .end Fellle Sweat and seven B 11-0 edge with 7:10 In
this writing:) to star All, at has become comtst-mindedand 1 .I. ti' yards to halfback Wallace third period. Ram added
least one acre time, that they so fight followers are not aloneIn N Richardson for touchdowns." extra point. Less than a ml
hare gone to peat lengths and their desire to see some r'= % A crowd of 9,061 saw the had gone before the Tellp
are eYeD willing to buck: "Mr. more blond letting. | Yellow Jackets falter in the Jackets ba411.1cIecI1JIOth.r s.
Charlie", and, of course, the The fight public wants to see third quarter from powerful .
points. _
laughable World Boxing AIR All defend his title. If even 1 Bulldog attack. The victory Defensive back Walte
IaUco. against some of the fighting hungry S.C. State crew put 10 Mitchell picked off an' i AD N
To gin you an idea of their stumble bums of the hour;more r ir'rfr 4 points on the Scoreboard that pass at the Yellow, Jaclle
resourcefulness, the guys hare businessmen than care to admit i yy period and the game out of .30 and ,returned tt to the :U. "
even tried to stage aa All want It, and! Soul Brothers want .i \ reach, for the deathless Allen Two players later from the ZO'
neavyw lght championship: figMoo it because they feel that team. Benjamin rolled out and! 'b'
aa Indian reservation in the "Brother Clay .Is not getting ,I 8.C. State piled op 222 yardson end Fellie Sweat at the 10 aarSd:
State of Wasbin ton. None of a fair shake"However! the ground and ItS in the air the 8-1 Junior danced his *r3g
the regular 50 United States, maajr of those who I while holding the Y.flo'vlackets Into the end tone. jJK
y you see, would hare any truck' want the All fight are like the rr to 79 total yards The Bulldogline Later in the sam period Ben iSJamin
with All. because of his re* wary, cautious timid: reporterwho swarmed an over Allen scored from the fo,*>/''-
fusal "on religious rounds" win cover a controversial quarterback Henry Singletonmost giving the Bulldogs B tt-Oleadtttf!
4o serve la the Army Issue determined not to anta of the night. Singleton la the fourth quarter the flashKs11'
Muhammad Is also md r court gonise the 'partletputs, But threw five passes la the first scramble added another e 0 rhAtA
orders not to wander beyond once the controversy 1s stirred ball, all IncOmp UOOI. Bat from the six before halfbaefct al
the continental limits of the and the battle 1s Joined they'll Allen managed to complete William Stewart capped Ci'AA
United States Therefore, the "report the heck out of it." three of 11 in the second half scoring on a four-yard
enterprising promoters came There Is no question but that for 20 yards into the end tone. .
up with the Idea of pitching the rank-and-file Soul Brother On the other,band, Benjamin, Saturday the Bulldogs travel)
their tent on IndUa territory feels that "Clay is getting<< & a lefthanded scramble was at to Alabama AIM who lost J2J|*
which they consider neutral bum rap." One Soul Brother 1 the peak of his performance. to S.C. State last season.JQ

ground. told me between mojthfuls at IX:V'WY MWhea ........ ..,=--- AI\ '" .... .,""", 1In rue...sigrounds. ......,. __..__..___ Re computed 11 passes for 1M
Ra1ttrtrln14u( tribal chiefs, a Soul Restaurant that it 1s the roll of sports 1s caned CrambUng will always answer. Grambilnc bas a tight record and is oa of the count,,', With sY,
perhaps (earing political or "Mr. Charlie, not Uncle Sam, The three players Richard Lee, Henry Jones and James Harris outstanding predominantly Negro schools Gambling whipped Allen playing in the Sports Shorts ;2METS KK
legal repereustonswoaldhave vrto has Clay all strung out are shown with their: coach, E 4.. Robinson, on their own home Korean several days ago la New tort, ...,. shadow of its goal line of the
jvne .of It, aad the promotersare because be wont bend to his night, the Bulldogs got their HARSELSON HO. SE ;I not
again casting about for a .(Mr', Charlie's) will" feet first big break when! Allen: AROUND ali3
site. At this writing they still Tae awl Is right. Constitutionally Alcon Collefe Foothill Tear lijiries Sideline Alcorn Stirs Punter James Wiggins went Met shortstop Bud Karrelsoft? ota
hares' come tip with a workablealternative. and In aU legal Justice, back to punt from the 24. With scrawny MJ-poonder. satr"la
Uncle Sam woald not bar All leas Six AII-Arericaa Sellers For BiriRce Of Foothill SoisonLORMAN a heavy rush from the Bulldog the current Issue of JIOO""iMagatlne
But really BOW, who gives a any noe than be would bar the line Wiggins got oft a bad pant that b.ftl4't w.JtrlllV'O: '
bang where the tight 1s held orwhether other wiseacres who dodge the LORMAN lilli-(NPI)-The AlcornCollege football Braves Miss. (MPI) -It was announced by the coaching aDd the ball landed oo the Alien about going to aa expanslofW
there would a caps draft under the tidy name of coached by Marino H. Casern with! 17 seniors on the squad should staff of Alcorn AAM College: that both WOlie Young and! BaywoodAshford 11, team eta!
:city lire audience The bttUWI. Conscientious Objector. And bib haven for the professional scouts. win be lost for the season due to Injuries received Benjamin threw aa 16-yard "Mrs. Ptyson wouldVt Uv-ef
is to legally get All oat of the neither would Uncle Sam, from Whey the Al1-Amerlcan teams the d/naml< patt'xf! d 10 of the la the CramUlnr end Jackson State ball: tames respectively. pass to end Odell Sumter. Then me go" he says "She Oguri
country for the title defense. the standpoint: of equal Justice, are named, such Braves as.: Braves Weeks bas one of the Yojng: was 'a sure-fire All All-AmerletB. list; Just asTounrs the Allen line broke throughto if I caa'l playbill, she, ei
Once this 1s done, the staging deny him the right to evade the Joe Owens (DE) Co-captaln strongest pasting arms la 'American candidate this sea Injury left a gap In the throw the S.C. State quarter always war .m* to ride one tl
probtllllo.r. draft than U permitted the West Willie PeakeOTandLawrence football today. H. alt bas One son. The 6'4 1/2" 272 pounder, offensive line Ashford injury back for aa eight-yard! loss. her horses, J
The promoters could stage Poln'ers to train at the war Watklns. Roy Welch (DC),Mir- leadership ability. Martin, a a native of Jackson, Mils. will leave a bigger! gap in the Benjamin found Sumter open ,
the All title fight la a bola academy daring World War nand via W.eMaOH) a catchIng sophomore from Blrmiicbtm, was the best complete t.01be11player offensive bad field. When a again and threw to him at the ,"OPEN" NOTRE DAMAl]
ring U the FIJI islands indent then resign once the war wit Osar Martin must g+t broke into the Braves starting at the college. His team loses a halfback that runs nice Findjtg all of his re* TICKET SALES If I
reap a financial harvest, by of blood letting 1s over strong consideration. lineup mldta/ through the absence wUlleaveatremeidous like a fullback,pins tremendous ceivers covered, the versatile Bob Cahill, who's in charge* I Iof
the simple process of televising la and who pays: the gamed southpaw carried the ball to Notre DaM football tickfi' l
Owens a ) 2M pound season last year. Since then gap the offensive line because, speed,
offensive tackle, is the big DUB his performances bate been pUts: being a fine football football with a vengeance ofB the one. Oo the nest play he sales, expected t banner yevjjj I
Eirhi Whlto Center Strosso in the oSens.ve! forward wall seataUonaL la the Braves ))-> be bad tremendous enthusiasm runaway steer, be is sare to smashed over for the score. this season, according to *a]
for the Braves With his slst! victory over Jackson State, be for the game of football, and be missed. Ashford was this Willis lam'tdded'tte' extra article In the ear..Dt III".'.
and ability, be 1s snot to bealiAole ea.U eight passes for 111 was u outstanding leader and type of halfback point with 1.40: in the first CONTINUED ON PAGE 14
Moitil Aid Physical lilnco those drafted by the )'U'41tAd two to'oICtI4ona. lgtiter.Hard.
pros this I..-.. Co-captain So, wltb this wealth of talent lock tit the Braves again
The Earths White Commmlty Center begta th..t&U sauna r Watklns, 6'2- 210poundstuUfjmck (be JUl-Ajn rlcia aeltctor.U4; ylostbaltbnckItaywoodRahfordttor reayu ickin2"fi : -I'I:\ ,

with trtuU-aad en mug aeMl'Jt pfl rta1<+< i QlDtft\r. .. ,', \1s one ol;If not, the belt t prof stouts shoilduira ( joe season IB the r : ....' ... : ......, .." '''' ... .
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blocking backs la the confer look at Alcorn AIM College' Jackson game Asaford was the
The Center was opened. Aupatllasy attracts the.largest attendance. ence. Also nil start yardage down on the banks of the UU- best halfback on the Braves
14. i e7. JIll scbediled every Monday situation! confront the Braves sissppl'lverNEWS squad and was leading the league
e III teas of the comaoalty Wednesday, Trendy and Friday they call 011 the Be..lDd(Alas) in rushing when be was Injured.
young aDd old ban from tt to 7 t>> p m. The native to get the tough yards DEADLINE Asaford opened the season by
taken advantage of the various course U open to teenagersand with one of his powerful thrusts rushing for 171 yards, to three
activities ottered According" to adults, male and "ema'4. through the line. Watklns has Milled news, should be in touchdowns against Gambling
Gutnvard, the suit 1s servinga Instructors art Sum MacMo:ry. good speed, loves contact and the office by U BOOB oo This performance alone snowed
good purpose and U develop lames Crawford and NoltndBox.ag great leadership ability. Tuesda/ tha be was on the way to many
ing participants physically and nor4. Welch",, I..", 2U pounds difenslve -
m..tal11.At : U second la popularity.. guard, is considered
present the Karate Class "RasorbUde" Jackson 1s now the best DOlt guard In the conference rp &
la charge. Last March the The Loulsfllle mauve VETERANS! &f
Miles Colieie'sAhlrei boxing team won state honors Is called :he angry mu of the
by Novice the Florida StatsampioathIp Braces quad 'Because be gives: Mov In tor little e nml0
AAU and t 100 per cent in practice Jut
Get Set by taking second place in the u he dies la B ball game la DOWN
apes dLvls'toa.: Boxing practice short, Welch is a player wtio is
For He.leollt is held Monday, Wednesday, real mean, quick and strong
and Friday, from 5:30 to 7.50.: and hat a burning >s'.re to
To muypecplesstsmp mesas Map of the professionals come win tAd excel POST TIME-SPM SAT. MATINEES-1.30
many things to Mlleans and to the Center to train. Weeks and Martin comprise
clllxeas of the Blrmlagham Wrestling holds its own, especially
area, It means the Blrmlag win the Junior boys.:
ham Alamni Chapter's AawdHom.ecm is seen a
lice wrestling Witch This
with I,1 Vi.l
0 94 b.dr.oni plant
ag Grid Rally Dance- popular, sport la .Jacksonville,
2 bath and 0"" *.
This year's affair promises than last many of the boys know the Clown M.dm "...'.It, chwrchet end 0 tMM
to be even greater general skills. Johnny Thomas Introducing craftsmanshipyou
year's rally. The rally dance 1s coach. II 23. 13 plus ih.p LNcenisTATES
will be field Friday Bight, October Last April Lester Heck, a LI
15. student at No.thwtstera Junior 34 521 ..32E5 can taste.Benchmark .
RICHARDSON ROAD PHONE: 765-1685
The purpose of the occasion High school and a member of 7130 i
Js to create greater harmony the Earths White squad won \ 1
and! fellowship among the alumni third place :la the Florida State Bourbon isn't something
and at the sam Urn give moral AAU wrestling chtmp'ontMp: 4 1 because their
special Seagram :
f -a Just puts
support to the football team u4 The team won division honors "'E TAKE DEALS OTHERS REFUSE -r name on it. +, "* .
the college la general local tournament last
in the NO tt',1ITING-CRFDITAFFRoI'FnON: : I SPOTl .. It's because the distillers scientists ,
Tae members on the ".BolDtcOlDlDt. July at the Jewish Center. .J ; ..
M 45 .\S \JOVS
committee: responsible Other employees and assign coopers,tasters and all the other artisans.
for this year's effort area ments are: Miss Carolyn 51.13$ Ii who make Benchmark still believe in
Clarence McGhee, cha1rawi.Rafu ; Peterson, Girls Physical Fitness Sometimes He's UPtiom.Umes'He's $195 down values with an old American ring to them
Reid Mrs. Barbara 4.30 to 9 Miss ,
p.m : on. He Adds Subtracts, Values like quality dedication-\'ision-
Jesse Sterart, Mrs. Children'
McDonald Panlette
MarloaCanUo.Mrs. Malpress. JJe works It all around. 68 PONTIAC I.EMAS 4 DOOR S2995 respect for one's craft: .
Gladys McGhee. Miss
4-4.JO
Story Hoer lt WTOt IJTOMTM- NI mir-H. ttifi IIIIIIHe.II .
Ruth Cook EUaad, Mrs. Breads Motley, assistant la 311 41 131 ,o:. CIO. *At; NTT, They expected a lot from themselves.

Jacquelyn Dukes, Mrs. Venora Grils' activities Johnny Thorn* 611 C.In1LLACELDORADO .6595 And they got It.
HarrIs Mrs. Thelma Catlla, as Wetght-ltfting, Monday, COMING ATTRACT10.NS 100(0. CTOtV WAKANTV .
Mrs. Clara Simpson, and Mrs. Wednesday and Friday, 5.30 to 67 CADILLAC SEDAN m'ILI.I$45: 5 Benchmark-Seagram's Premium Bourbon. h
BeraiM Coar Cobb 130 p.a.; Sinclair Johnson and 247 92 357MAN'S I Y MART o*..iio7'oty CX. MIR UM'"U, eitlt'=i4vv ti'ft&. ; WINMW1.t5 '' Measure your Bourbon against it. J
All Mlleans and their guests Pool
Wini Settler Bumper '
i
66 CADILLAC SEDAN DEV1LLE: $3695 ... $
are Invited to participate in and Billiards dally 3 to 'p.m. torp..w.Y" ri1" 11 10. "'.110
tso; OAL T1OS; U4.IIR
these festivities Other activities at toe Center ]
Highlight of the evening will are: Table tennis checkers DAYSNU..EIED 61 CADILLAC SEDAN DEVILLK sins ,
Include: presentation of "..... cards, horseshoes, physical COMFORT CONTROL" AIR CONO.' 4-W4V Hit. II 1C. "*I"CXW' "

Alamo 1967-CI and "II In fitness for boys aDd Yoga. 67 MERCURY COUGAR .$2093 : "v
Alumni" 1941-89; presentation Information may be securedby \If. .. uo. UN ,
of former Golden Bear football calling 3S4-B974. The publicIs 63 DART 2-DR. $1095MtOTO .', .
cheerleaderswin Raw AUTOMATIC; TU..'. Ale C9uOltlQM;
former .i
players; always welcome. '.
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spark the rally; free re* Registered for Karate are: /ton shays are Nwn1M red.", 66 PO 'TI.'r. BONNEVILLE 81995
IrMh..taoUcltatJoa oftundsausk Leonard Larramoi-e, Andrew Ptettti and Fortune Can Be Jom: *n*-vi wo:1T ovi Cf"<*OlTK it >PA .uit*<(Mt CA|w.W4TM MUCK' ;

by the Avery NeWeaL David Henderson,' Tours When You Know Yodr 63 RAMBLER AMERICAN .I 793
IUdIardIoa Bu4.111ft Thomas Henderson, Joe Lucky Days. I 0* M"TO*. AH COMO'timii

HarreU, Le q Kee. Lorenzo 66 BUICK LES\BRE .$1993
AHtneyEkckd Davis, Miss Myrtle Fulton, Lucky eta' *.
Colors tm.o'i:: .l'rrCsr $&ryr.:'i M"M.. 1
Miss Paulette Malpress, Miss Send ".00 for your :
Carolyn Peterson. Homer Guide for OVER 100 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM!
DkederOf Horoscope
Nichols Alien Wooden Jerry We Take Deals Where Others Refuse "1
Smith, James brooks, Lovette NOVEMBER Credit Approved on Spot
'.11 y leekPHILADILPIUA Cinch Brace Coley, Willie
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(left) Moore, Edward Robla**, Ro- 'all to ZODIAC, Post Office \. .
William H. Brown m, a black ale Smith, Jessie Wright, Box 1171 Jacksonville. FB.K1UE ..
attorney has been elected as a Leboa Nichols. Donald Floyd, "
.director of the southwest Leonard Sander, Gene Hill, 3rd & MAIN
regional board of the FirstPeaasyhaala Bttjamia Edaood Bad Tony STREET .,, .

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2 bediooms Corner Bungalow. 309 Lafayette. S rm. Duplei. 2 bd. rm., kitchen equipped I
TOWN HOUSES Recently decor.: Like new. Tile Water Lights Included$58.00mo. Gas heat -1309 Blvd. 6500. CONTINUED FROM PAGE 10 .;
bath &. kit. Owner-389-1597. 3541225. 4
Range POLAND & IflCBEE rnnnlnjt businesses in Negro areas, then perhaps it is only !
Realtors "understandable" that puny whites don't want black people t i/hi1
RefrigeratorLILY TIREI IF WIRKINfi 'S54-84J5 317 W. Forqth St. ROOM TOR RENT .on "their" .,... /
FIR TIE MAN Private room, Christian woman business in regardless
And the right to conduct: one's an area, .e
Phone 355937.IUO
"Start Your Own Import Business preferred. of one's ethnic background, is a similar human right not nbject
silt lint! Afro Shop, etc." SEW NIL PAY UTEI W. 9th Street. to majority rote. Any attempt to diminish the latter right will ." .{: :
Send $10.00 for our\ WANTED but infringe upon the former one.
IN "SffEAT" PUN
"Dlre ori jf African Export Someone with established credit -MOTEL A third point to be made regarding the based "eomaonlty 1'
ers" containing names and addressee control" of area institutions Is that the tactics DOW being
FHAVULCAN to take up payments on Singer'oldenSew 12 rooms, private bath $5.00
'of nearly 200 African considered do little to establish sack control.
Exporters, products exported, '; AntoZig-Zag.Does 18 rooms, semi-private $4 00 Taking over public schools does nothing for the black man's
)$3.00 '
attachments time (semi-private
INC. mall rates customs requirements everything. Day seU-derelopment except to retard It,For the way to control one'*
etc. needed. Makes fancy patterns, Weekly Rate (plus' tax) schools is to build them oneself, as the Muslims hate done,

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P.O:Box 8328 INTEGRATED The Roman Catholics: control the education of their young 1 ,' k Iwl
payments $9 per month. Free through their parochial school system. A similar school system,
761 3479 20011
Washington, D.C.
home trial Call Mr. Fuller 5911 u.s. lCor.EdgewoodAve.Phone founded and run by black people. would assure Negro control
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meet Calloway, defensive gaud for the Tens State University
Tigers, seems to be waiting to score on one of the GrambUng
Ji re Tigers when they meet at the Astrodome November 2 In a great
duel of the pigskins This ls literally ft Tiger vs. Tiger gam*.


1 World Of Books Mistreatment Of .

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when you buy the of them are tragically haunted Black Athletes
by tile ghosts of inherent and
1st tire at our human racism. Tbe film has CONTINUED fXOU PACE 12
beta awarded a number of Dim
low everyday festival pulses including the two major leagues.By .
.t S a a F r a a die o International contract, blacks: dominate
.. trade-in Film Festival Award, which be at running back, flanker and
returned to America briefly In eoraerback In foolbaU. A
priceImcrica' 1967 to receive. majority of the Negroes U
7: There are also 10 other short major league baseball perform
films a musical revee, a in the outfl ld
record, atom, and three other! >> The result is a squad with
novels to his credit Nut bad numerical balance betweenthe
work In eight years for the cut black and white members.
who couldn't make it In America "There are qwtas on every
.' National Football League team
and there always hare been,"
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inI charges Bobby Mitchell, stir
pus catcher of the WasUngtoaRodtklns
Sport.. Shorts of tile NFL.
Some signs of progress art
CONTINUED F30M PAGE IS noted. la "1bt Dlak Athlete:,
A Shameful Story." Mike Car
SPOUT Ma &Ine.
rest the ballcarrier for the
top
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Kansas Chiefs of the American
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;:. most "askcd-for'by-name"' tire .." Football League, found great
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'i- SIZE II TIRE II III Its TillE 24 TIRE MMs.so.13 BCAKA CALLS AUTOMAT. Ien6>d to him daring his node.
FULL 4PLYNYLON to
days Jots a
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: 28.00 14.00 31.75 15.87 .It University.! of Soother*California
Recently, Yogi Berra read
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CORD u dimes. His comment, re*
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I t!: The world famous Firestone Nt: ':: 32.50 16.25 37.25 18.62 ;gt; SPORT"Cbee,MagatlM they're ,gnu was: hare to football deeply coach respected Joon by McXty.whols his; Negro,
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As evidence that schools) art
CoD's.EMPIRE :
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PRODUCTS A SALES beginning to awaken to their
N. Broadway responsibilities to their black
Cekigo FStuun 00628 athletes, the book offers the
comuuuts of John Novotney,
athletic counselor at the University -
SALES TRAINEESPublic of Kansas
BUY DON'TMISS Public Ise "B we're going to recrtlt
orginlxaUoa deprived Negroes sad eiplolt.toem.
iking ma and women to train in sports theft we've

NOW & .r 1. sales'esentaUves.imiCWJ and public. relations Cot to pre them the special
educational treatment they re
SMill RE quire. live don't wut to give

SAVE! e OUT! 1. Over It years of age them special; attention, we'd"
2. Willing to train better stop recrtltinf them.
3. Able to nwet people "Tbs Black Athlete: AShame-
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