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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 26, 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:
UF00028362:00788

Related Items

Preceded by:
Florida star and news

MISSING IMAGE

Material Information

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
October 26, 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:
UF00028362:00788

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news


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MIAMI-- Miami hu taken a

giant step toward bringing tt*
4 WOMEN ARRESTED city out of th* doldrums culturally
economically'" and from
tt* standpoint of rac*relations. j
Last west leader of both

race sat la a eads.ncs.1b
meeting cam after th organi

LOTTERY RAID sing of the Black Federation,
IN beaded by Miami Time editor

Garth Reeves, and composed of
businessmen to
*... *... .*.. .*.. *... *... Megro from .
****** iUtant activist
Letters UN( livts Iitors' The report, labelbab bine-
print", uta tor unprecedented.
Meteor
Silver change la traditions a tt*

Yields $1,000 area, change la education, ia.
Praise. Sc i.li -- housing, .mploymmt., vettar

OM thousand or more dollars police practices and moielpai
wen confiscated last Thursday Cuts Down Tempo Err Prtifiss MR, 3AMIJEI J. DIXON practice Aa Immediate, and:

la a raid conducted at a Twenty J'tIPOfW11I"onbIe.re spans*,
third Street boa by federal, resulted.This .
Ralne School
William Riga
,
I* tt first Urn both
state and Jacksonville officers.Four :
Musician oa the heels of u steaslv
For Jax definitetolfaboratloa \
wockesver.Jpr.be.dsdsod tntpectioo. by tilt SostkeraAasotUtioB rac** have attempted .
on tt* study
charged vita the operationof
a lotteryITh CUOord B. UcClottd better bon to thousand of marie borers of Celleie and. CLXVXLAND,Ohio-Samuel Dixon, vtsoer of a contest among KM assistant managers la theF.W. of the problem and Itt I.
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Schools, has bus declared "Encattv For a Oa,. B* la
named
MoCtoud vu lbs Cast Central region, vu of the
raid culminated a vaichaadvait the state and country u "Barn" Woolworth CompaDy Ia the area mployment
period done month. throughout victim of t train-car wreck vbta bU italics vagoa vu stack of four local bid schools ready ff ** "f manager of a Woolworth store la Cleveland, Oblo.:Aa winner he reported to the suggestion vu mad that 8,000
.
TIlt bow of Mrs, RubyDUan, by tt* Seaboard Court.Un*'* Silver Meteor passenger train for reAccreditation.Tb company's regional office la Cleveland and assumed his duties u tile acting management Negroes should. b* hired toprivate
; results of the taspectioa Cleveknd
aid bind Robert Fleming of ,
of thai lie interviewed Tb
training.cu.r.dor. As part Job Industry. orgaai-
West: rd Street vu .
Y0,1121 list Tassdey.pkytP.r.f
the of tin& surprise raid.According also la C. vehicle. will. be. relayed to tilt sate, to YOrk a t Woolworth stor. BU dot!** also Included IoU IrtIIIIP till training program for splice further ask*. Old lob ,
saw
talented trottboa wtIo vas
McCloud '
,commute* by tb* aadvorklagjorsild '
to officers armed tk tt* leaderei, to ban,. zi ling Ia'bttOtisnl latter*. ifiiilBfB tallow the pratag -\

t _........ 'Iran'IIItr ...,..,f"basnvbWd" iurtoj tat fttttaomcvhat "'Waa fiiaea aitth.w. at s -: : l = Ibe? 'pattomTTavrr stuaU! Nor.0
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.. ..se 1J \ ,la matter of
Mrrlmlnatloii
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wait to a&1.DUoo's boa* UstThursday. totartw ...fed JUte Center and released.McClovd 0 a boils la. the area a .
that Dtioafii txristimttng pertormer ta the trtfstrplKocR.. i. promotion or:agradtoc. ''Vocational I
0' ; There they took Mrs. 0 *vhlch fettered fbblg ttlt aecerdlBg to merltinc the Mon to accredl- .- i
bone Into cutod,. axMthoaPayn .. -- -,- program milt .b'
Negro namebaad. U th* Starling dove taUoa. Wotteon Fletcher aid ,
flea they .slt.d' f.r country. Street and started across the Forrest are tilt otter*. Oriitetiiss[ improved pad revaluated.4
pickup" p.rlODlwu.tickets. The M-year-oW McCloud,who grade crossing la front of the .Raises and tilt ttreee stand out School's President Tb* group pointed of to &lit tor la-

.After more,than u boar, the lived at WX Uta Street, vu approaching paaeengtr train. irnia. la the fac of all the other adequate supply housing
officer$ said, three ofkrvomea throws odd kin vehicle aOr According to Star ling. the bells high schools, wtlch etUl need C4t li. Saddle poor peopl* aiddl-clau
Fair bu bees
housing
tl.1fOtI.
cam Into tilt bom. the collliloa at Pare* and and tbs signal lights wits revamping and refurbtshiag .U
S ps'Stud.U"it Th Fdratlea
They ver peed up. Eighth StmU. He vu pro- operating.properly, order to reach the top with the Fir requested.,
wants u ordinance protecting
They ten:Mr*. Mary Plum-- Bounced dead oo> arrival at th* other toe lf| Drive
aer. 40, lIU West Twin Mr*. Devil Medical Cnter.Tt New Presided tenants from arbitrary eviction
32 nil Fer- Dr. Bermaa Wey, assoftat TAVtPA Tampa Kegroe .TtSC' bau, Ala. sick Pailker Eldridg Clover, and rent increases, the uniforaotorcement ",
Dorothy Manor. fatal accident .CCII'rt4
Mamte A, deu of the CoOegeof Edueatloaof hav dented any sack thing u aMegro recently, sentenced to serve a term la California, will bat be of toning and minimum .
Mint ud Mr* .
at 1:03 Teday.According
a a.
Uarte, II IUS Morris Court. to Patrolmu D.L. th* Ofelmslty of Miami, Yater'IIOmt. & allowed to Ir reu his tteorte at tt* tklverslty of Alabama, housing code and cooperation .

Th FBI,,tb* Florida Bureau thf trau crashed into t'" : commended tilt school bvstylng Ktectioa Day. Taaa Negroes tva ...... campus of 011 rock-ribbed,co..If"II"I, by banks ta aiding
I cIlA. Enforcement and local Starling tba dr'"r'de of tte station "Somebody bu done a lie act paving any titemloa tot .JOUIItra GD U faced via what might be a Student revolt. Negro bow buyer flnancUUy.Th .
lot of work here. Wqpok* a1pa..tad about by PatIWpr. A" vocative housed at matter of
polk aided la the raid. McCloud's WUUaa 5 fto.ir' ,email but highly Democratic Society, touchy polk
vagoa. say a glowing term of Dr.Andrew
a BUcfcstoB ., aotortous group of tfksttent students, Columbia.Dr. protection vu aa Important
Boklason and said that tilt street. tang of Chicago. wttte, of eours*. ha* calledtteunlversitrsatteatioototte RoM outlawed tt* plans, .part of the report.Suggestions'
Miss Earths M. While HenredOB student body la the best behaved .... .oetermlflatiao of Tamp saying that th*university does were nude u to tte establishingof

of any. be hu seta.Raines Black; to rote IILIatII b*summed tact that time here changed.Ther not permit a student group to training\ courses for policemen

: opened two years ago. .,'ap la these vorisj "Only u, U a group, called tt* zercls...* "Absolute. rights' ., screening of officers
92id llrtUay At Aiditoriia : .. has ba acclaimed throughout .liberate lid mlgkU scared .Democratic Students Orgaaiaa* Th American Civil Ubertle erring\ ia ghetto ants acommonUypoiic .
t UI. the area for outstanding school Megro vould stay away from tion a chartered organiaatloB, Ubioa bu filed suit and asks rh\tionsburaa. I''
Miss Eartha Mazy Magdaten VhiU. 92 yean old on Friday, M. M. IWtCE'-? pride and for spirit. Dr. Wey TotiniT because of tb slpr.Hen vtttoat the best wishes of tt a federal court Injunction stopping and toloweriog of fine and I .

,, November I, known for bet motto *Do all the good fOIl can,for Dr. M. Mite Mane, Jr., continued by' ffmf/t"r th* vu spread about concerning university Its member have tt* university from sack Jail se&teoce tor minor offenses '
an the people vail yes can," will be the special honor of educator will lie U- student body oa dress and attempts by Chicago bad tj-lma with the local action, Th y contend that basic .Ilk* traffic violation. I
thousands of citizens, beaded by Ifayor Baas Tauter and promineot tilt fifth president of deportment. troublemakers to get something constabulary and the Diversityofficials. rights art being violated.& Tk* orgaaltattea.... .
stilled u
CoBfrecsaiaa Cleo... E. Bennett outstanding civic vorkera, Carolina Stat College on Dr. w., will recommend the started.Rumors Ute as that tilt Jim Bayou, IS, of Oneonta, 'NegroeiupoUofAakMsiatt.
Binlcters, awslclans and vell-visbera vbu on the aaa al at C1Y1cJ.w1Uorbua war.cipra1at, .IaUao u4 COlllJlltttlltYUl campus chalrmu of the at Ralne This vill b* need vhea they heard shoat thesaport day OB the said campus along atonal caadldat of th* ,district. uptrtntndeats and
be spokes becaaM of ber interest la toe field of coounaiUybnproreDuot Junes Rogers said that, "Dr. Vane. for educe Hoa labs, art rooms that Humphrey Is expected cam President Jack Drake: of predominantly Megro National principals of lntgratedjchooU
bet la the free of difficult, board, u actingpnsidnt.buarM and i for special education to get from the Negroiourflftha. the DSO.who otnciaUy.Botifled Democratic Party of Alabama, and also suggests using experimental .
; and because of ber cost WMW Interest. the by bis perlormane $tbfricttU ibid. ; Acconiing to t Presided Frank Boa of lb.adversity ordered oa the ballot by tile teaching awttod|or

: pid.ttM Indigent and Uw tncapafittttd.Ibis b* elevated to presidency., ...... special report from the Tampa of the organiiation' Supreme Court, vu charged special problems u veil uth "
impressiv program will ate, ana, the Republican backed intention to invite tour controversial with vagrancy vhen protested improvement ,of teachingnaterlil
bat u master of ceremonies 'Th* principal address vlQ b* Iowa when they were told that .speaker to.th* th* treatment of Benjamin J and of taaeklag "
Principal Cnarles D. Brooks delivered by' tile Honorable Need For New JaxBoys' tt would tai some "50,000 ton campus. Phillip, reporter for a small personnel In Megro: -schools., 'l'.

of flew SUatoa Blb School Mayor Ban Tassels Car carry a,oe.r'. strike cam Ibis of them l U Black Panther Montgomery liberal weekly Another 'request involve the.
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Per. MathaoielBabtrUviilciT* greumu .Chute* E. Bennett paign. Eldridg Clever Others were Both wen taken t to,jail andreleased. I providing of adequate, police I
t of the United State Haw of A census of tile area shows Jerry Rubin of the Youth International protection, improved garbage. ..
4.cJl' '. Representative of ore Third Home Seen that the Negro feels that b* Party, Herbert Cleaver .Is .'.Presidential collection, street milnteaiir' *

District of Florida, villtrfrft1frft eu get more by voting Demo- Aptnecker Communist., and candidate. and lba.uttiatm'ct E f
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Mayor Tanaler. cratic. The vote for Wallace Mark, Jhd. '4.. Students for a office* of city. governal'.. :
The New SUaUftGleeClabwillfinf ConcOwomaa Mary Siagtotoa this week urged the separation: via be almost nlL He has beta. '' tte Negro,... ""'*-
d dependent boy from delinquent boys at the parental how described by a Tampa u tilt Six ltt
; ,Attorney Franklin Relnstin oa heals Street lad asked that Immediate. plans be made tor greatest danger to appear for .. .. to' the concept UBM which tt* Matioaal ,#
I will present Mall Whit, finding tn site for the boa*. tilt Megro. Swill ttrtmI.1* (UU )
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I relating briefly her achievements Th womaa lawmaker mad laaaeked Into a detailed Svral organisations hen I.( Iii City program, ftroa* its 4treter,

lad ber philosophy.Mia* this among other recommendations -; olscassloa of the need of gradedaaslgnmmt fakes arms to combat tilt al1&tIt. among ltsp JahwaMi head s J I
aualaoatvovrd est of apathy for FAdFIEU, Ak.-(X'1))-Sli eouncUmenwere sue?***,terasutotal t4
White what* car* Tars y at a specialpublic for them according appearance -
a ewtory. via nolappareot health meeting oa child to age and abilities and tte November 9. Th Tampa Vrbu the II nona In at City Ball rtclll 1. ACouncilman o JtogroappreaUcw&lp* 11{

letup, vUl speak senrlees in the city need of extrenwly vU-trained League, th* Community Jimmy Williams, Mayor !King no black council Jhea his office sa ..v Tort
.Mr*. Ethel D. Bannister. Pointing.to a larger Bomber persoaael ia the area of Relations Commission and tile an* of the sixblackeouncUoun, man vu named chairman of Johnson reports that "'"* key 'j'

acted singer vill render a of delinquent boys In the bow. OTa>ntfpg, social work and XAACP stand at th*for& ,caws elected president pro-ten a municipal committee. to ACCtul11'ncnibNlt of
th!e'iBTocatlott. RetMcKisslck ..Pndek ..>.;PUUorn guests vllt*t Mrs. Singletoa fett 4Padeot _dagr. A tnll-Ua' DVM ia get.<*nd-vote. program.Edvard ,Ja the other organisationalappointments Falrfleld Public School Superintendent young blacks: and minority ""
of the Bettet Baptist presented, LJ. Aknnder. boys cfcfld: beplacedlaamclliry a r9uisite, according. to the Me Donald, acting .., Jerry Cabman Go VircU ICUDD,served, group for appr.atlehlp
,hstltatloMl Church WlU brine A Baal trials wW be paid by not now used by Macro girls lawmaker* dlractor of the Ortu i ape ..Ernest McUa, were placed I u master of ceremonies and ,training\ la to go vht tb* ,1
.th* occasion. the aattaoaUy-kaova choir ofF4artf oa mines Street. Mrs. 8lagt Los spoke of the te 'ampamphaU4ttai"W. oa tile finance committee Jo Introduced guests. The Rev W.. actioiis.UUa1eaoughtohjst. .
Principal .r B. Conrt Water College.Orfoftova .' Morris Smith,acting director children u responsibilities of ara'folDg to sell voUaf They' I* Dubose, streets, and parks McKindley Branch of Forkland,. ,say the door ia open and apct ,
of Mortavestera Junior Bih guests who art of tb departaeat of child the city and stressed that every ,vtt fry to auk th* ..-..,- committee; CouacilmeaWiniaas candidate for Coogress from young popl to wattle Too

'School will brine young magicians tryt: trl laclade: Mrs.Alberta services, eipreeeed agreement mart should be IIIdI to enable kamed of hlmself.H.v7 and McXinky IWb, th* FUUaCoacr.u1011&1D1atrlct .many years of rejeetia have '
for the e,eat Las tb*. Sottoa,widow of the laU Bound with Mrs. singleton ia many (has* to returtf to society u McDonald hu stressed*A or. public safety committee; sad vu present,;'but he was. not' created a suspkloa of th*vhtt*
Stftoo. brainy of JaeksooTU1 rupeet.Mn.8alll.ln aosftatile individuals. A good to.odoonott. The goalUltW Virgil "lOIItoUltaultaUoa, Introduced.Mo .1IIA..l1DctrUJ.lucc..n.
Flu Wirer Helps! *, Attorney James Eobtnaon, pointed out also the seed'of deal cai be don through the tour aao.uc1aort thai ft a* eommitte Megro person vu introduced cruitmeat require.aggrcaslv*,
,Attorney Demetria Newton, akcaadfdat ..It.Coocrt..1 a1! and intensive lt nU''.&. a
bother of Granada RabI on, trained ptr7"1 and the Importance fryMfr tiig of a vocational training hat election. 'nIt Negro" u a
llSitfISST. j ; for FalrfUld candidate Branch shook bands reach for, ttes kid with
0M former Jaxoa. and Mr. Mafarmerly : of more financing.Shef program. Mrs. Singleton '
LOUB A AbMlasiaaa 8ad+taad., of this to the dilapidated eoojf pointed out .tt* possibility cia James HammoN.e. 'Recorder, lost out oa a strictly with several of the couocilmenu varan and aderdaa...: K
Com- I taI vote. CM E. Bell, invu cam from the parade also requirestutorlag program
they
some of the buildings new horn oa Parental flow member of th* Tampa:
Forcau caw Olympic vav boxer an America Ceorg cy All* donation should- lie sent 914 vlir,*ftnrfMng* ,Road vher tile girls .bows alsslon, averred, "'U' 4 4a1UIaDtI ,o *..... Couacil. to their seat on the City.Ball befogs placement u veil*u' a

after defeating ais Baasiu to ,th* Clara White Mission recreatknal equipment. situated.Th areat going to tit Lawrence Sidescuttteebreaklngvote. doorsteps' foUoV'Up. after placement.
Cag opponent and he vtttaov $II West Ashley Street, and Singleton pointed to tbtfaclIWe. laterlm director promised allowed to tear-d ova the To*: FalrfUld' High School;;.r 4 sew Mtfu; ;minority appraticeshjB -
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integrate bis St. LouiaIldorJ., an tai xempt.. Miss White's s u -'otaU, to work Immediately on tt* atnct of this country. After Side. defeated Veraard band,'under the direction of Sid vu raed'te .
Joka' Ferrlnc. preiMeat of nc.ptnwW. be hosted by a and called tile ran suggestion* dared B* said hevill all, there art three candidate F. TIaoau.OltaadSdate. Gardwood, played parade music 1967. 1,071. To UagM'a effective '
of for presldeiit, te tt* council lath and&lit prelude. A black: music- program 1*reepostus
Bass, Inc., said hemJXedth. *. large number of prominent. l faculty aflretrap"along try to have aajM parental via quite different pouts I
run-off eIIcU .. flter.Wa bin 24 r vba the dining setup. haw children retaBad lo their Yin aad the only vay lie cl&1Jea vu *
move : *mployee "
Foremaa, "l City of JacksoBfiU* latortted Farther/Mra. Singleton saggested homes or to ayfljpttra. cu uvreu himself t to rote." Black leader said that two of Dr. L.U. Pitts, president of' double tt* previous. total'Th* I
a Xegro whoa uknlsluFerrinfa .. to thU Ilmlaatlag tb* lie aphaslaed |* |elbow There art sow II,," r*! the white canitdUes they supported Mil*. College vu among those Dtpartment of labor hu rporti *-
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firm manatactxres 'pock-making ut requirement that staQ members .al.. r .- *.< Wegro voters. la BUlsborougaCounry. voted against. lWtrtoG.bJackottn.upportad. vlinesalng. the.ceremony.: : that Negro trainee.ta- ,

presswised CGG1aJDen.j Miss Whit, lire. ,h* grouads. Sh* Although **.***.**. t

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This election is one of the most In>wrtant to car history, but :;.
the issues have bee lostbehtadatogc .eaiilngJm slogans like a.
)<'EGRO 11ONAL hrw and order, designed to appeal to Ole IJackJuIa tot./The real 'i
Issue In this electioa Is the commitment to social reform and t

: 4. / -r the effort to bring equality to Mack Americans. \;
( Doat M all the charges and ;;

CIIC I. JIMPJH JUIIC1I. anN countercharges candidates hurl i ft Nsi
each other confuse you. Loot } Pewl Bat
the records of the candidates ,'mWlmW I .9
HIM IITEI..CIKIUT1M IIIICEI and. at their past and present l ', ;tt;
commitment to the cause of ; ,
2323 IIICIICF Mil eqe late4odmuadrtubend '.'":

for the man who will work :
PURE 354.1112 MUM AIIIESS 4'o, hardest to make black people
it first-cbus citisens la the land ,'
that has oppressed them for '.. !
P.I., III 511 JJCIStlVILLE, ILSIIIAstill i J30 years. :
jt ; llstrf nflnl bed busineu long. W. need massive 1"i'DMirlc&'j

bousing for low and moderate income families;more jobs; a real {
vans poverty; better echools; aaeconomic security sa to J
replace the welfare system and strict enforcement cI ='=
; civil
sin mil' IFFICE sin i.w. 7ti" ME. 4 t rights laws. ft

'The man who U President for the next four years has to work *
Pull; 751.3111suustR1PTIorar for these measures, and he also has to heal the deep aad bitter b:
11IL J1 divisions that the darner Commission
are creating u reported, .>>
/ RATES -two societies,, one black! one white-separate and unequal."'
Year Those who say they aren't voting this year are making a great
One :, $12. oo Half Tear17.00: :
mistake. They are looking for perfection la a world where tt
Mailed. to You Anywhere in the United States doesn't exist It might be pleasant to think of someone we like .
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Subscription payable in Advance better than the people who are ll1lDlth1lltt., but daydreaming

Send Cheek or Honey Order Co: doesnt change society.We have to choose among the men who are 4

FLORIDA stAR P.O. BOX 599 candidates and this year that choice may decide wbeherAmerican
TLOJD'.201 % democracy will at last yorUorIYtI'Jbod1.or whether
JLC JomLLI. It will collapse under the strains of racism.

: Those who aay they aren't voting usually have the luxury of
DO YOU CAIE? making such a choice. They dont live slams, their kids steel
ruined by Inadequate schools, sad they have jobs. But for
millions of others, that choice doesn't exist
'The seven million registered bock voters also have to Inform

Wr:NEED STATESMEN NOWADAYS themselves stout other races besides the Presidency Local
[ officials, sot the President, will decide whether their streets
A* we approach the November election, the camTs 1 will be
paved,their schools improved,tndcountleuofher issues.i .
psic' are becoming more and more like politician, YOUR i 'The ghetto has traditionally bees abort changed on these and
r&1;; ixjn to have lost that patriotic faith so necesaary H Weekly ,the only way to gut equal treatment U through the ballot box.

to m..e a nation walk upward. I That's why I caat ..r1Wl41111J some black power advocates
Mr. Nixon' speeches are like makinj oratorical exit
ban come out against voting this year. Ballot power U black
cUes In ambiguity bound together by all patriotic dogmas, I power. 'The power of the vote, wisely cast is more powerful .,
from the Revolution down through civil right HOROSCOPE GUIDE. than shouting slo tns. A big vote In the ghetto could provide the
The defender of the Old South tradition, Mr. Wad ,1 L margin of victory in many elections, and thatmeans the &tItUoIau
lace has started a theme song "Give our'achool back to j a Nil to present the victor in the form support for what ,
the people and their local government no matter how ,;f 'iI- the ghetto vent,.
incapable they are to handle and manage their schools. -AI10 The ASTROLOGER With greater voting participation black people have gotten t
The Democratic chief Hubert Humphrey's voice ha | wore official positions too. Nearly 700 Negroes now hold elective J
a true ring and we believe he is sincere and. mm offices, and this year J50 are runalng third of them lathe
However what he says is not much different from,that South. "1
of the Republican's ctndidtte."e .t [WHICH, ,ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS Bat Black: people aho da, vote on racial lines alone. Often a I
The word has ; 'voters have little dedicated White official is more concerned than some black
choice from among the candidates.: Is there*someone' FOR poIWc...... 'The real test should be whether the candidate will >
now silent who could give us something to believe ,In work u selfishly for the Interests of the neglected black

for the future _. '.. ,, community. u Southerners In Congress work to hang on to the .
Or must we ValP6* lonf= nLtt'aftttrttblebifak.; : : ;' 7BUSNESS| LOVE -. ... ... .."" .. : last vestiges of segregation. J
maruhip to bring..Him forth/ the etateama abova< Uiepolitician ., ; .: :**. .. : TRAVjELV1: .. ..... 'The stakes are high this year.The Wallace candidacy Is brinalnc..
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? :,.1',1'; -' \-' the hate vote to the polls, and the John Birch Society and other
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n.,. .. : f7 : __ ,' ., eurretuleta are really active his year. Unless black voters and 'to

..fi the great majority of decent, concerned white voters show the i\
same seal, the next four years could become a nightmare! .

PREGNANT WOMEN TAKE SMOKING RISKS 1'11 IIltt2Jr'I I''f'\ cmiciuNn torusalt i

Pregnant women who smoke generally have smaller 1 IEfTi4t'!
1 babies and run more risks/ according to a gynecology nisi 1/11 24tl" IITMethlag .22" 11Nt. '
specialist at Sheffield in Uii lltl AS IT LOOKS FROM HERE
University England recently. Nobody's perfect Bs t the rare TovYe captala. It la almost is erse. Bsvingsomethiag
Dr.
direct Charles 'Scott Retell concluded there WM. a pesos who comes up to the certala that whatertr you do to worry abort ladteatea Push gwtly. B ia comma
There link between smoking and smaller babies. I standards that we set 9 lor or tall to do, will be laid that we are aWl alive knowledge among experienced Contentions that atate- RlOl'ttd colleges and wulWelaa.
were indications that women smokers run a him or ..,. B is too much squarely at goer door this and kicking tt there vita Cspflromtsna. that the harder tolerate the hippte-ylppte-alppie people, or whatever they are,
first greater month risk of of the miscarriage child's stillbirths or death In the to ask sad too great u responsibility month. That U reaaoa enough nothing, existence would have they push, the stiffur the resistance | have bees kicked in the teeth by" District Judge Herman Jones
life especially when they have. for anyone to shoulder. Jar controlling your emoUons BO meaning kit, and who vents becomes. B BOSS lICIt tn Austin, Texas.
high-blood pressure the report said. The argument be that << ra.t..r than becoming their that? imply that. Important objectives
The stay you Whoa jobs are a source Bis ruling against a high school youth who refused to get his
overall rate of unsuccessful pregnancies was are providing eicslltat slSTc. Those who are moiled of those who mast be given up without a
coscera are hair cut could pave the way for new regulations
found to be 19'A among smokers, compared with 4I'A examples in this respect, and cold face a ahovdora which aklUad and able will lose ao fight but that other ways mast campuses B could give administrators! the authority: or on college ,
among non-tmokert. that those with whom lift II may have to decided by" the time doing somethiag to make be found<< to reach the vulnerable courage
or whatever is needed to
Smokers with high-blood had an and of the third qoarter. Doat b protect the rights of the vast majority
pressure unsuccessful being shared should have ao the change deemed desirable. spot: some instances of students, who should sat be forced to alt tn class with
pregnancy rstecf 31'f' compared with 145/< among trouble foU wiDl. ne CIIIJ fad provoke It until yot are poel.U B health 1s the central point tt may be necessary to utilise I sloppy beatniks. dirty

,nonsmoking mothers. with this type of reasoning la ,. that Jobs caa be had, aad of doutt. a quick visit to a confidential channels to provide B Judge Jones' reasoning Is correct,school authorities lemmas
From time to time the dangers of drugs and smoking that it will DOt work. Attemptsto If -wtMther yos cu Ct Inone'cf competent sad authorised the opening. In others tt mf Iy have the power to adopt rules requiring that students be neat
the been emphasized but it seems that those who heed forte tt to do so caa only them Decisions made medical adviser should clear simply be a matter of 4H c clean and well-groomed ft Is difficult. of eoere.to realise ,
warnings are few. lead to deepeslng resentments ndsr tilt/Uat of anpr or things sp la a hurry.I one's best and watting patiently anyone eau even reach the college level without that )
I It Is up to the mothers to heed these medical warn sad aa eventual showdown that .ttrooth u ImpKlae are seldom .50 '- 11 -77-CJ for the re..lta to,"*" .1oIM- the value of such things. knowing" ,
fangs! w. hope that they wW. could meal a definite rupture, the right onas. thing should give, and tt your ODe rf f
wf puadaaa flf 1M tifrrlt rmilivMS It M the
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.' perhaps before the month ras ,1 ?,10 particular makaad circumstances I
[ trying to change the V4-
oat A tut that U SAslTTUII fit the extraordinary tus0aaee by antignnlUng
major) u- V A good course ia salesmanship. perhaps should It.b,1
signed to you mar b* the ; iUJL.NOV. planetary picture tt required for all college freshmen. B wouldmaks
t forerunner ot a comlag see may be something short doa as them realise
MORE THAN AGE MAKES. MAN aces bringing added status aa4aa '' UII Jill, nit SIC 2Tst. >ns that you cull sell anything-including lotus lo someone wool
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There is considerable talk these days about permit. the advaatagus that ..... JZH. W 14 M-JJ.W1 la repelled by" your appearance. 1B
All. 'Im
Ung youths who are eighteen lean old to vote. But the Aiatobethswmaer. Dim your light If there U too you doat know that by the time you graduate from college'
majority opinion seems to be youth time to grow :: Follow salt ConearvaUsm: 1s mid fufare about what you you certainly areat educated- regardlwo! what your decree t
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$1p. t.. | II, M.M.760Vs.all becoming more pr1" since expect'to accoQpUchXU maysopardlM INiMfS' iQdka1u.:

j. This may be true In a number of cases, but many ofcur people are btgiDBlng to teams { the whoUlrojectB HM Hi.Bs Judge Jones, who Incidentally has long lieu known for his
that all these modem lies and is- only human to nil the sincere, genuine liberal
youths havehe maturity to cast a sensible ballot. 11811 21t. fll. lilt political beliefs recognlud the constitutional
These Individuals do not need to'wait until they 21' concepts are jetting deeper world U general, and dearest rights of the young man who refused to comply with'" |
old before are 181apJll and deeper la a naae oj confusion ones la particular, all about wide ... Many may have Aaatta public school regulations oa grooming. *
years becoming eligible to vote.. ,
'dtstortioas.. Maybe put, present and listened ia awe while, others "B should be
anticipatedsuccesses. remembered that this
; A boy becomes a man when he starts to think and 21tt. 1112. young man is not required
act like a man and not at certain said we had tt better rhea ezlstence Bat tt looks u U apoa&Ide4 aD tbt1r IDb&WaDal to brim his 1I&Ir." said the judge's opinion "Bid a he wishes I
And he must
Kave the desire any himselftlu someone If stillaiagW. was mach simpler and based you had better lit them speak abilities to foresee what was to participate in the t4"Mt'M frrvrfUs afforded at Vfftl'yt
man there la. to make' out of best kind of tt may not be the wisest more on moral values and solid for thamatlvta. 'The rewards coming. This may so longer be High School be shall trim his hair and comply with all other
tuny it the wor M to ft1" that old-fash/osd principles than It that may be yours, Isanyereof, the case for many Aquarianswho wild regulations of that school!" .
Some youths become men on the battle field while BO otter kind of life would be has been of late.'Uos who are eaa be expected to materialise. could suddenly have discovered Be noted that there was no contention that the youngster
then do a BOB
entitled not.. Most. youths k want- nothing they are not, possible..There are many indication beginning to sense these truths B must be expected that certala that they !now possess of an anthropology professor was being dtTTF'ed! tgatftt. I
to have.
$ that the lucky; hose shoald be la the vanguard of individuals or groups may also this gift aa wta. awa.WMI, "Rather, tt appears that the same rules... regulations are
The time has come for us to five youth the chance i MIl ire those who have loving any movements that will lead taU notice and decide to cot ia good idea for many to read upOB applied uolfromly to all student,," the qualm stated. *
o have a voice in everything Involved in the- affairs of f. face use" their aide comforting as back to sanity and a f*** or somehow make trouble for metanhyslcsl'subjtets J IaPDU'1J. "Contrary to aa opinion which 1s becoming all too c popular I
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ejie nation., Let's give them that chance them providing the Inspiration way of lite, with. Justice fort you for hidden reasons of their and todtvelcpakeaner authority U sot evil just because It is aWorty," said Judge .
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that caa only come from alL interest in astrology It &L Bis Jonas. "1 Is the abuse of authority aad the
excessive use
:outside of ourselves. The big M 1'.u.uirl T M -w-ee-ioo through aa intense desire thereof which is obnoxious. But la a free society, the 0scmt
question mark la some cases j! aid great mental exartioM that and fair exercise of authority is a
could be whether ......11 thrilling thing and Is tai to
TEACHING DIACRITICS we discover just how far we be Counted or ettad just btcaue till authority." '
QUESTION: I am interested In knowing the address .really' after you for.)o M1r .. IIHL caa go ia these directions Flat Ha noted that the constitution and laws of Tuns Ud-tt..V.l.
fa source that states briefly 'an' explanation of using| or only for what you $its BTOi $$ n''u14 attempts generally eads mfail- protect the rights Individuals and melt ripta of protest tad

the diacriticartnarks in pronunciation. Can you give m YkII. I. 2Srl. .- SCHHilThe .urt. bafthts. imperfectly individuality. But the rights are iotwlthoyttlimit and, further
SirectionT Mrs. F. L. I10 19 15 II W times dictate. Whether, Morning but the best tt you normal. they carry with them a to respect and honor
< ANSWER: You may obtain a small booklet (pocket selMmposed or oat, the tact are doing a good job. tt.should 4. -.0GO 15 .7)-M-S*0 the rights of others." !he rure.dey

nixed) by. N. E. Hamilton' The Palmer Company 349 remains tbat CtlcJpllDe win be allleading' .101' "... u Individual, la the..exercise of his claimed rights."
vUncoln1 Street Hingham Massachusetts. Ask for the .ffitfl\d'! playing a major role la the i orvortaatsalip. K NKEITouTe aid the judge, 'interferes with, disturbs or disrupt* &e
(title: "An Easy Method for Teaching the Diacritical' \ affairs of many YIr.... Cir aa enterprise, take the legitimate pursuits of others, organised society must blow te Z
{Marks I am sorry but I dont )know the cost camstaaces could make a, tew; reins firmly in your hands andruto IIn _fit. whistle It seems to me that this 1s exactly what has occurred
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.1. My booklet 'Pronunciation Made,Easy": is available Be self first While Ifs com reaUse that they had better with justice and fair playas 1.III.. .2.. la.'the case at barsSocley
[[for S0, to cover the cost of production: and postage. muBdaMe to be agondnelghhor, curb their emotions axtrava* guiding principles. B, .despite ussd to It. Many acting throe gb Us legally a horimd school dffdtls, I
c READERS: For\ my free pamphlet, 99 subjects for big brother aad all that, this gaat tastes diet habits, and all that,-.nnIta do'to nob Kaceuas who have sea life has degralsed that certain ftududI 01 decors orderllous.
dynamic public: speaking, 'send two stamps and a leng also II a smre way of baiag anything else ,that has be.9 measure up expectations, in its many forms... aspects dIpIIJ W IbouJ4 be ma1aIaI.8ed ii De classrooms t
self-addressed business envelope to M. H. Boulw formed a BMddler ad trouble.iLjaacer revealed to be act good for neither you<< nor, anyena else find that It no loacer Mk or oar ,.we to PI'OCott ach1ac lad 1euaIDc 1M.. :
Florida A uQr by" some people. Vhea* will be- able to ..,"II U "nil II DOt U arbitrary delenalDaUoa u
& M University"Box 310-A Tallahassee. tbllIL. Vtople who have bseatakiag any surprlaes for them AAd. dbei II 11II4I for De
eterfaclag this sort of' rather nconvtotlonal because dnun not tired. of course they are bsttereojutDpad CIbrIOII I'JICIII 01 parsdesiog that aU ataduta awl hale
'gld.mm, try and flgire oat views and attitudes will now htsBtal b. still reacting to lead their ones eziateM- tile tight to parsesgaol rack 4 t praper dmosppere.
daoNS. ).t whai is the wisest coarseof or soon be fully discredited; to' powerful planetary with some measure of wiafea' Irtt from medlsprSIR( .birch doll or 1aaaodut
scant to take at say glveattiae and go down la history as have stimulation sad, whea used eoavatracttvety and lentil with frverlbars gnu IJId ca-er ecCllltric Was atJUIIr. 1

WRX M UNO NtSTOVY: or place ft does seem so many mrworsable experiments they are bound to regardlag the future.\ But .., "This is not to say that we Wet these things are eva. RICher
u U yoe<< short oat after ia the past. K anyone obtain some sort of recognition m the younger gsaeratfaa who thaw prohkitioHue pounded upoa the conviction that they
October SI : )'011' on haw, sod ..... to baa the blood of a cruader i|. even whea tt is grudgingly given an fist coatac sa co5ct .. promote decorum, tUgnlty and a telem* atmosphere which 11.
1900: Ethel Waters actr..mpr. wan ban laChester yon ova Job so u to be sparedaay coursing through the veins It One of your main tasks is to reality m Its raw dewed to1 be Imperative in the wrbas red surd ntenBrlMI
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noamltiaeaU that stayeveatelly may be jut the right moment j j I retain full; control over the I1ka1J b be ( dater 2 of trying to administer Justice between citixeu.Surely, we astgre. i
be the of mbsevsrat I I I emofiojns at all times and that what
; CUM to a ClUe under or tt COl'III the classroom is not leas serious
.0eIGIItr II, INSi PriDcttoD to tverdq voted spied admitting.Mayou {. regrets. It tq'IdorJ.espouse -.. area. ..Iea4. f uv type circumstances.. '" ---r tf- sacred that what got*on ia the courtroom" be said "ITo !\

. '. to undergraduate school. W : 7rV i5 .T7.1lJ. !:.fO .'__ "f: .-!q, ."V' -..is 42.22. 40JT_- ... IS -"'M<< tt- to an'.of.which. Judge-aloiofpeopteao And thats doubt the would way It like IooU to say-"Sock rr_!...r*

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be lei'ylDi-'or a two-week' tour of Liberia Nov. 4 ,iiII JM
: Opportunity. From left to right, seated are Renetta Da
e.+ ;: say these 20 lovely. teenage Chicago ','8AF ARI PROJECT Crosby, Paula Brown, Carolyn Payne, Cynthia Willis, Bobby
girls who were finalists selected from nearly 300 lnner-clt3 Smith hart McNeaL Denis Hall, Carolyn' Bandy; Standing,
Black girls la a sti-month-long program of volunteer work and frota left to tight are:Linda King Rene Prewirt, Yolera Bates,
studies la African Cultural Heritage sponsored )Jointly by th* Anna Vernon Judy Pool,Shirley Christmas,Maryn Lee,Unda
Woodlawn Women's Volunteer Service League; Chicago Commission :, Quper, Shirley Manley, and Yvette Ridley. .NPI Photo '
on Tooth Welfare and the Chicago Committee oa urban, o I

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mi Schllts float wu Judged on cf tb* mod attract** la tbt two young ladle, Like Mara Qefland Gealeve Street, ceHalaly
I recent parade of the Improved Benevolent Protective *r of did nothing to detract from Ole float dry, problem skin
Elks of the World, conveninc at Rev York City. Of cours. tb*'

Delia vttaiNt, .ftntouu IOU rive roar ;
Theta
Joint Sigma 'skin the richer moisture It nd for,
Meet
Noising Plumed
WEDDING protection from chapping, from dry
Sorors Sponsor ubyery akin Ib keep your ikln

November 13 At TibermcleTb Third Health Meet oft Inr,,Insist younrer on look r>n- I I ,
BELLS nine 'Vusllns'Petroleum
.' Jacksonville League of Women Voter, theCtty Jacksonville Tb Jacksonvlll Alanaa l xti Jelly. I
Concerned Citizens of East Jacksonville and Springfield, Chapter tt the Delta Sigma Tee pay a little
Greater Jacksonville EcooomteCfportunlry.,Ui baa Jacksonville Waymaa T. Roblnroo,1119 W. Theta Sorority will aponaor its more than fr II" .ij
toe, the Jacksonville Area Chamber of Commerce sew 4th St tP M and Viola Crlssett third annual Fall MenUl Health ether brand of
Jacksonville Urbaa Leap and a poop leaders from 155/ Ilia St. 4$. Serlea Tb fourth session will { petroleum jetty ,
be bald November 4, 1961 at but your ikla Itrthltt
lo.-Ixoms neighborhoods art planning a Coaferescsmthe 1961 .
Housing and Urban Development Act for .la IoDi1Ue. Freddie LSasd.rs,1$39 0* Myrtle AretmeBraaeiLibrary
The purpose of Conference Tb. provisions for Impiemta- Brooker Rd. aDd Jeanett Reynolds at 1:JO p... Tb topic ,1
1s to Inform tile community ofUN tattoo dthese, various (74C TtUer Av*, 41. for discussion will be FACTS t
provisions o f tile Act offer opportunities OF LIFE! SIX EDUCATIONAND
major programs
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Roland Simpson Baker 2110Tauntoa
This
MENTAL HEALTH.
and to explain bow there provisions for private aadprlvat I III
Rd. U and Jerald V. lector will be conducted by I
can b* Implemented la Donproflt org ALnUoo1 U win
Waters 300J Bethel Ct., I'. Mra. Lynne Galloway,executive
Jacksonville to help alleviate U public apocles to play a '
th ehrolebasingprobkmR role Rents citluns director of the Planned Parenthood i
city's slcnincant
E, 1147 Com- .
Joseph Bailey of NortbeaatFlorida.
Association
at and tb* .cltlaeasof
large monlty Ct. 19 and Mary E. and Io olsum
Such tnformatloa will provide low-Iaeom. Mltfcborboods A QMstloo answer
lOt Victoria St 19. .
technical guidance, and bop- can also putklpats bJ becom- Barnes period seal discussion.Tb flfS I
atlmaUt Interest among Informed of lbs available fifth and session will
fairy inf ,
Willie P. Bryant, 661 Lincoln ,
be held at the Haydoa Deus
local business firms, print programs and young to se I
Cir. Dr., W and Wllma M.' Library November It mi '1 I
organltatlons pdbUeateoctes that tile appropriate
nonprofit programs
$ and private cttltens art :Implemented.la Ns.eomfPMalty. lyEuso11$5 W, llthSt,19.I at I aoi.g.n.JCatlluForrell.J, 1115 Dame LsU1 Hothune Cookw.aa" for the .1
la taking advantaged tar many,. .-.4 ..u w Nut kiM UJTbes :I I f reddle L. Bartley UU Caa- Tbtsla TW 1'pr.*ed a'play dross bM ilmt lschools president, Dr. lid' ,s()
'. cpporlou tIN afforded by this1 opporhoOne rtOectttwt. W/'tDid'1.1Id R7 1rWW" entitled-THT ru..I. escalation recent treads la our city and lams, H>$ flicker Rd., ZOo WENT TO SCHOOL. This play The anew I. 1$ vats a al
The 1 6I Houalnf and Urbaa throughout the nation toward Calla L. Butler 1059 HogaaSt will deal with ftn"iT"tMtl" from Daytona Beach, m. Martin Cross Flodo

Development Act ranks smog tilt vUllsatloa of the knowledge, M and EloulM I, Curtis, between the tc&ar and tbs
It* most Important booslnfleflslatloe. mourns and skills of all see 163- W. Mila Ft., U, parent Tb* public U Invited
.that our Concrtas meats o! our society meeting to attend.
has ever pissed It U particabuly our loosing .... B ls boped EtnedgItcu till PlacedaSt
destined to mist the that representatives from each U and Dora L.: tunes, ZU1 i

bousl&c needs of low and modent. of these groups will participate Placeda St, M. CALENDAR :
.-Iseome mJUt.. To in the Coodreenc; Donald Pelhara, IOU Uoocrlef ARE YOU THE MAN
accompUsa this goal,U Iutt Wes. Tb Conference will be held Rd, >4 and Mary A. Jackson, ,
sew procrams. provides tor Wednesday, November U, at 610 W. 18th St, JV ,
creative innovations la eilstinf tbt Tabernacle Baptist Church EVENTSI .
programs rod authorizes In M) East Onion Street Tb Mrs. Maria Wilson :
cr..ecI.pproprlatiolirorIOID' aesiloos will roe from 9:00.... THAT THEY FORGOT :
01 the most outstanding toapproslmatty UO p... lists Wedding of '.

etistlnf N Cf'I.IDI. Phillips
Dmgbter Margaret

Th JC. Phillip Court No.
Mrs. Marine H. WUaoa u-
of bardataCbttr 104 will meet at the Masonic
ounces tb* enactment
Halloa November I at 4pm.
Margaret Willis "My name 1s Bill Parsons. I'm running against Charlie Bennett
1srrsllsa of I Mr. and Mrs. Friendly Host because I want to represent lilt forgotten maa.Tb .
frank Ferrell.Tb .
coupU wlllb married Th Friendly Host and Hostess forgottea man, educate his children, contributes'to ices
immediately following church Club will, meet with Mrs. church, obeys the laws and pays tu.... \
services on November 4. 1961. ,
Iran 4910 Wakott
at Mt. fica AME Charch. Mo Drive,Trander Sunday at 9 p... ;: But Mr. Bennett doesat seem to are about tilt rights of the I
you..and/ocfr mat news invitations are being scat 4} decent, honest people la our country.
friends of lilt corgis art la-
LodgNo,37
'1' = 11t. ct Ntlll Tiled to attend. He's too busy spending roar money oa the war la Vial Nam'and t
for aid to countries who throw rocks at our embassies.
All members and former t' foreign .
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Deaconess
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L l- Citywide members of Forest Lodge No. aad ban our flag 1.
ft ar,asked to meet with the ''I
Uiioi Plus Coif ab Worshipful Master and Warden Isat U time that w showed them that the forgotten man should
.h Thursday, November 7, at 1SO get some attention, toot J''d ,''
The Citywide Deaconess Union! p.m. at 410 Broad Street Edward 1 '. a
Mthru will meet Thursday, November J.W. Day Is Worshipful
7, at S p-m.. la Bethlehem Baptist Master. Leon W. Scott 1s
Serrkg / Church, 'Madison tad 6taStreets. : secretary.Pansy.
Mrs. E. Cordon Upresident.
Mrs. EUu Bobia-- Blossom FED W WITH EINGTHEFORGOnEN
HITFUIIT illS SOB is reporter. Ii I
Tb Pansy Blossom Stwlag
SHIPS Pretty Hit Tea Circle will meet November 14 MAN ?
la the borne of Mrs. Ethel Crif-
Listed For
fin, 524 East Chorea Street.Mrs. ,
I' ,ffEWK Spriig Hill Cbirch Nellie Brownlsprestdeat.

CIVEIUEliHIEU A Pretty Hat Tea will be presented LL caw
I at lilt Spring H1U Baptist

Church 2IM Buckaaa Street Th AJk. Club of Mt Oily, YOU .NEED.. BILL, PARSONS. !
from 4 to 1 p... Sunday, November AME Church meets Sunday; ;1rt. >
10. Mrs. Spencer is November 10, 'in tilt horn of
FMUfT lEimiTIFFICE chairman. All art Invited.Proceeds Mrs Maggie Campbell 641Jessie IN CONGRESS! ,
will go for Dual Day. Street. Rev. CslvtoS,' -.
Inn Me Far land Is t ftf**."< ry"f, "
.Mrs. Jessie Jenkins Is presi ,

|:iM 11f$:PM Mrs. Gissie Gray dent. .: 't I IBill

Hostess At Tea Camilla Club ,: ; '1
SIT. IN SIIMT "v '. .
.A Spiritual Tea win be presented The rfi"flla Ladies will M4 Tou'pay ad valorem tazas..Does Charlie Bennett?No. His only
1.:1.: 11 3PM: at tile homed Mrs. their business meeting la th* '< Jacksonville address Is the George Washington Hotel,
Ousel P. Cray. 1974 Tocaege torn of Mrs. Loran Johnson,*

Bead Sunday, November 3, 1216 Crothe Street Tbe meeting Do you want a sat income tax?Do you want to elect a mss who// '
from 4 to 6 p.mPutklpata begins at I p.m Mrs. A.M. PARSONSCandidate. favors a state income tai?Charlie Bennett does.
will be Mrs. G. Hartzog Is president
BOB 'Perklas, ju., C. Brinuey,
SMITH 'i. Mrs $. Timmlns, Mr.'E. gateway Barracks '
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Davenport Bannister Mrs. M., Candidate for U.S. House, of Representatives 3rd
District
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Wright; Miss B. Jackson Plans Heet. Saftrday Republican
FASHION STUDIO McBride Singers, Mrs. L.B. ., 0W -
Kelson speaker; Rev. L. Wil Gateway Barracks No. 3131, : '101. "
llama Miss A, Wright. U. Veterans of WWL USA, will VOTE FOR Bill PARSONS!
McCoy Mrs. M. Butler. Mrs. meet Saturday at tile Veterans' t:'

2422 N. Until' An 7(1.3201 R. James, Eicelslor Gospel Boat, 1509 Kings Road' Dues Political Adv. Paid.for by Cltlsns for Parsons, Carl Sheffield, chairman \Jt' 0 I
will be Tb
Singers Thomas Singers, and accepted *lectlanof
Mrs. R. Brown officers will be be1d:;' ', .. I

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I Church Of Christ Written In Heaven Opens Convocation With Musical. :i ISweitfielel


liptlst Church llship C. ...n.r"III Presid.!

Sixty two HISOIS With ,the 33rd Degrees

I Celebrates Pubis AmilsSweetfUld 1 Over week Lug t lltNfctwHtH: I

Baptist Church,IJMHarilson. Street win be tto scene: The Church of Christ Wrlttft Ia Ream' 1430 bp Rand, 6u
of anniversaries beginning November Cat' p... pIuDe4 sad tIIIIOGIICICI an IJnprtAIYt progllm for the 1t\'tI6''0poeral a
The eleventh amdvertary d morning sermon. Memorial and tilt ID nasal CaaYocatI: wta Sltbap. B. Polk S
the pastor, a... D.B. Barnes services win be told atJ.JO: ._Idlat prelate 11 cIIU'It. teM
will be celebrated along with B.m. and will be conducted by The- convention proper runs SJO ,." Elder James, Elder'
lilt flftyseventh year d Ole St. ttephea's Baptist,.Rev., : i1iP. from November 8 through. DJ Mttlner and alder Aol er.I V.
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founding of the historic church. B.r. Mdlsm, pastor. .. _: November 10. win preside Elder TlOBai via
Prominent pastors, Hymen, At"5.JOp.: a. Sunday. S t.R. However, a mammoth Pre- Bros Is pastor of tto ch rctf!'
musicians and eM leaders will L. Jones,president of the Baptist Musical program will be and only recently: was honored r "-
be present AH ministers will Ministers' Brotherhood, : featured OB November 4 at I at Us auI rury, AH are .
be accompanied by their con win deliver tilt sermon.On + 'x p.m. City, state aDd national, .' tinvited. :' alw
gregatlons. Monday November 11, at : singers tad artists will tit pre- //.IT' w
Rev. Barnes has released tto. I p... Rev. S.L. Badger and 9 1t tent The Excelsior Singers Grant' Me.rill.;: dr.
fallowing s c h e d ale s: Monday congregation of tile Emanuel: will be present. Evangelist' E. r t.
night, Redem8tptistRq.LI, Baptist Ctarch and Rev. C.C.: Plakney' aDd her Soul StirringSingers Women Raise ..I; LIe
Norman; Shiloh Baptist, Rev.A Daniels of Mt Camel Baptist _. rf.Macon, Gt, win tepi 2,
.B. Coleman; Beulah Baptist, will be pr.... The annual a >n PUOtter $6,000 For 'A... .
Rev Willie Demps Royal Ta* follow with the E
; banquet win popular troops will her
ben ele, Baptist Rev. Le D.B. Barnes Club U the host : tilt Tmtlini Stars, the Thorn More than ".OOOftn nt.s. 4 11C
Woreea' of Grant
j McQueen; West Union Baptist, P'cq>>* U Singers, tilt Cllttooe Gospel Sunday by AME tilt in their annual,.i' 11v
Rev. A.F. Cummings and St. Sunday School win open on r rr Singers, the Gospel Angels, Memorial ;,
I Matthews Baptist, Rev. George November loaf 530: wim R.McKtenon Heavenly Fire Gospel Singers Women's Day- Anniversary Pro ty 1a
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,Price. : superintendent, to Among musicians will be gram. itiMrs. 1i
Tuesday night: Bet sl Baptist, charge. Rev. Barnes win A. Wjmn organist and L.JL Smiths*! Mrs,, rj
Rev. R. lIe ukt; Philadel deliver the morning message.The Win Wright at the piano. Janet Cannon were co-chalr-s; I
phia Baptist,Rev.J.W.Johnson; evening services will open Elder Thomas will betochargeOB men. morethn p i
St. Paul Baptist, Rev. E.E. at S.IO.: Communion win toadministered. Tuesday night. Mrs. Smith led with 1
Taylor; Day Spring Baptist, The pastor will Bishop C. PoUer, nationally- three hundred dollars la second'm 1
Rev. C.A. Weaver. deaconesses place: was Mrs. LoUIe Rote
speak. All deacons known religious leader win can: 1
Wednesday night FlrstCorlnth and others last )'tU" chairman: ,with more
: choirs, ushers the convention to order on
Baptist Rev. W.L. Jones; West will be consecrated. Tuesday moraine, November 8. Alice: : I
Friendship Baptist, Rev.. R.L. Prayer and consecration: will at 10.... Services: w1l1btl&tideac
Wilson. begin at S.1S p.m. Choirs No. :' day at'' 10 ". t:30 p.m. :
Thursday night: St. PhI Bap 1 and No. t and Usher Boards and I p.m. Bishop roller win 1u 1I I
test, Baldwin, Rev H.L. Baker; No. 1 and No. t will serve an be assisted by Bishop J.B. I
St. Mark Baptist, New Berlin, day. Mrs. NlmmJe Mae Hines Walker. $
Rev. J.W. Jones; First Timothy U organist and WHIG Young Women's Day .win be Friday
Baptist, Rev. R.L. Smith; MtZioo II pianist. Bight, November I. Women arc I
Baptist, Greenland, Fly arced to dress white for today I
Rev..I.Wlanel'' DON'T! BE A DROPOUT1GO known u National Fast : : ) VIII I
Friday night: St. Matthews Day. Hit. Dorothy Biddy! U
Baptist, East,,Rev. R. Walker; &.2: l.JJI'UI MI I i L T. tqeaHiiaBTgBBBjHlB-Pilt BBPMiwBiOted National Mother and has sug', ... : ;
MUoch.Beptlst: lie,. J. Jones; BACK TO SCHOOL. SAN DIEGO Calif.Stiff-two candidates were eluted to the Prince: Hiram A. Ransom King Henry Titus, Jr., Ronald tested tilt theme "Come let
Mt. Morlah. t1at, Rev. H.L. Hrd and last degree of Prince: Ball Masonry by the United E. Tolletee Leon Harold Washington, Jr., Grady J. Williams, is reason together." Many :
Herod. TO GET A GOOD JOB 'YOU Supreme Council, 13rd Degree Ancient and Accepted Scottish Othello Moor Wingo and Awry Porter Sr. an of California; twsts will be present to add
Sonday services begin with tilt Rite of Freemasonry, Prince Hall AtrillatlooSontherahilt. James M. Gibson, William Sylvester tlhompean aDd Charles impetus to the discussions.
Sunday School at 9:U a.m.Rev. MUST H.W. Stockey will deliver the October 11. Presiding was Dr John G. Lads, Jr., Baton Rouge Florida; R.H. Ball. JJ Crawford, WJC. Pierce, and James Queen and Fleldworker will take .
U. sovereign Grand Commander. The class was named in Leonldas Lomas, ail of Georgia; Ralph W.E. Jones and Booker place.: Mrs. McCiendon: Queen.:
TODAY. ON RADIO honor of the late Illustrious L. Palmer ChapptUe a distinguished T. McFarland, both of Louisiana; Charles Edward Jones,Larrie Mea are urged"to serve U
i active: member of the orpDI tt=. Class officers were Edward dilation Jones Jeremiah Magee, R.E. Wells, all Maryland; escorts= for the $100 queens
\\\t.- Jones president; George E. Bryant, vice: president and Charles H.M. Thompson, Mississippi; Roy N. Cunningham, and George who will be in tilt contest
W. Garner, secretary all of Los Angeles; Lawrence E. Ttdwell, Watts both of Missouri; John Henry Barnhlll, Frank Cobb, A special: highlight will to .
'" North Carolina, treasurer; and Richard L. Jones, Petersburg Robert Henry and John E. LUtmaa, all of North Carolina; National Youth Day, Saturday, ; ;
\\t.\ \\tA.PHILIP \ Va. public: relations director. Those elevated to the 33rd degree Mule C. Dodges Oklahoma; James E. Poe, Tennessee; W.R. November I, an day. Com
\\ \ were James B. Mulllns and Melvin a Ross both of Alabama; Cooler, Solomon J. Movton and Albert Williams all of Texas; Bunion will\\ be administered
,\ \ Frailer Henderson Brooks, Wallace rtrr.b, Charles David William C. Johnson and Richard: Lewis Jones, both of Virginia; at 7 a.m. that day. Evangelist .
\\ voLPN Jones Melvla A. Robinson and Ira Whltebead, an of Arlsona. ; Ernest Harvey McNelU, West Virginia; and Junior N. Glenn. U. James will deliver tto
spa RA Ernest Moore Jesse Eugene Smith and Lawrence: Edward Tid Cornelius F. Goodwater. Ellsworth Joseph Local: Jr., sad sermon on evangelism at 10
I well, all of Arkansas; Ernest Armstrong, Jr., Samuel Lee Benjamin) Watson Jr., all In tie armed services. Alaoismephoto a.m. The National Youth Pro
Armstrong George H. Browning, George E. Bryant, Clarence are Sovereign Grand Commander John G. Lewis, Jr., cession will be at 7 p.m. The
:; .01 "" T. Ford, Sr., Harold Nelson Harvey Disney B. Irvla, Clarence: Amos T. Rail, Lieutenant Grand Commander;and IK. Claybora' annual address of the Teeth
: '"" L. James, $r.. Joseph D. Miller Eddie James Myers. Frank and J.W. Delaoey. DPI Pboto President, Elder J.P. loses,
01.""'" -will to at I p... Officials' Dayis
Orlnalo ChirckwoiMsi November 10. The aaaeal
Sinks ,
.Y OTE Hest message will be delivered at ;

\ woRs; 5OOT.I) IfMtiuite' :,'jJ '. !.Nissrisr j ,s.". At t Mt.'r Ziti A.M.E.' : .Sipaliy: .: :'nooiubjrli.fie fie'vlll Uo.tSmrndJollex. to presented fcjr', 't

.__ Randolph r ; 4 /, the MadJtevertodJB.WWer. .
lit. Z10I AMErCburch: Rev.'Charies; C. ,Toston, pastor, will,
celebrate the 4Jrd annual Women's Day Sunday, Novem'jer 10, The ,final session will be at

r. throughout the day: Haw St. JI.MS
Assisting a* co-chairmen will
Mrs. Tfaelma Jackson Dudley
of tilt Carter Tabernacle CUE be Mrs. Cute Kemp aid Mrs.
LET'S FINISH THE JOI FOR Church Orlando, Fla., will be Josephine Gohagen. Miss Have Wenti's
tto guest speaker of the more.lag Berslce Griffin will tosecretary.
New St. James AUZ Church
services.
LYNWOOD ROBERTS! The General Chairman for the Other chairmen ares Steering tutor, ww observe Its Annual
i day wllltoMrs.OptolUFoster. Committee, Mrs. 0. Foster; 10, tiroogaolt tbe daJ,
Programs, Mrs. Vera Davis; Mrs. Sallye Mathls, Council,
i iI Day Spring Baptist' Sudsy School Mrs.Charlotte woman of tile Bold New City
I Stewart; Sponsors and Ads, of Jacksonville, a great. leader :
I YOU LYNWOOD ROBERTS KB BIG MAJORITY IN THE Choir Presents ,Miss Pony D. Brooks;Finance, la civic and Christian religiousPresided
\ DEMOCRATIC PBttURIES..M.LET FINCH THE JOB NUt Miss B. Or IHla. Musk Mrs.
l TUESDAY I Two In ConcertChoir Johnnie Lewis; Decorations: ,
t Mrs Naomi Williams.Ez .
4 LYNWOOD ROBERTS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED BY YOUR No. 4 of Day Spring ., Mrs. Lillian
FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS....TAKE THE TROUBLE TUES ELDER TBOMAS BROWN ,Baptist C h rc b will present Small; Ways and Means Mrs.
DAY ON THE LONG BALLOT TO FIND THE NAME OF LYN Willie Young sad Robert (ing- Margaret GrUwold; Publicity, 1..4.4"I
Elder Thomas Brown will be
lie) Sews in a musical: ,Sunday, Mrs. Mania Wilson MaUls'
WOOD, the guest pastor, the Church November 10, at I p.m. ties, Boards aDd Clubs; Miss it
of Christ Written to Heaven
Young 1s one of toe city's mostversatile ClotH Seals; Hostesses. Mrs. :
the host church, for the nation musicians Same is Ruth Thomas; Souvenir Pro
ally-heralded convocations of well known for his singing. grads Miss B. Griffin Youth
WHEN YOU VOTE..LOOK FOR THE NAME OF tile church I. beginning with November Guests artists will be the Mrs.. B. Williams, with Miss, .
Ttopremaslcalwillto Harris Sisters. Mrs. D.W. Winifred Small aDd Mrs. Lydia
LYNWOOD ROIERTSAT November 4. Tto Church: Green is chairman. Mrs. M.L. Sweet as coordinators. :
located: at 14)0 Kings Road, Brown U president Rev C.A. Captains will be: Mmes. t.I1Mf
Jacksonville. All are invited. Weaver tutor.jca Gussle Cunningham, Josephine

Dawklns, Ruth Jackson,Flossie
I AT TIE EH OF TIE IlllIT ON TIE SECOIB Ml IN TIE SPECIAL Morgan Eva Brown, Edna &

JUKSBNVIUE tin ELECTION., Walker Faante Williams,
a Thomaslna Ford, Cora Blake,

FINISI TIE III FOt LYN16ID IOIEIU Annie Washington Cartwrlght Zelma, Wade.Mary Ruth.

; Fir City Cincil At Urn Biiient And: A.Prior,Jessie Feacher: Viola Jones.Sarah Hicks Little
(PAID FOR BY LYNWOOD I 03E: 1)) Miss Gwendolyn Fossett
Deas, Marian Wilson, Gertrude served as General Chairman
**.' .,'. Jones, Frances Jones, Julia ft the .Junior Church: of Mt.
Diana, Ethel Reed, Ruth Thorn Moriaa AME Church on their''
Williams Carley, Naomi Annual Women's Day Sunday,
i r.. PLEASE E.T. Tutsan. Sarah October n Gwendolyn is tto
'
I HELP ELECT :R Perkins yujorIotttMorrnos: laughter of Mr. aad Mrs..C.Fesseti :
AlUTIOMAilUUHOTfUfHOMtCMllMtHOW MO Robert Weaver (
Revels Celestlne Nicks: r and 'Dr1... Miss Bernanrttna Jen l
EDMCDOWELL "j (W MTAt nark Misses Clarissa White Mary slap served u co-chairman. : :
Yulng. Mildred Lyons and She Is the daughter of Mr.:and .
Winifred SmalL Mrs. Rudy .Jennings.jNK4RED !
i' 1 ;
Do have -
you questions about' the'b'1B*'
.. lest crisis our nation has ever SISTER IESSIE '

4 HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 'faced' the',.racial crisis? She will read your entire ltt past,PI'tIeIIt&ad ,
District 26 Democrat Do you have suggestions you'd like future.. She asks no questions tot will tell you .
.to 'Bake to the Black what yon want to know giving dates and tub ofbusiness )[
and the
i White
VotoforEdMcDowell..FoMonyY.orsYourFriend ,.love, health and fasally affairs;.WUl :
leadership about hojt/to solve it? find lost art Tells wOll
Y j help you you whom yon
In Charge of the local) Auto Tag Agency osAstt. "
.Tax Collector Do you want to" hear what' other marry sad*-. 11 fie on*roe love Is tnt, what'I ; : I;
to do to to successful Will J
C ordinary citizens ask peopleUohn reunite tto separated; < .
locate absent friends and relatives, and cans : : !
: ED McDOWELL : Lindsay and Stokely Carmichael: and' htfptnerts between man lid wife. Belps nuke .
what sort of answers they''come up op ovens quarrels. Tells if sickness and bad .i I
tt For 10.000 Homestead Exemption for 65 & Over with? Make yourself heard and hear it; luck are natural enemies, or U there is u evil' '"
Against Any Increase in Automobile influence. Does not UU to 'tto | ;
E Tops.f all on NIGHT CALL, the new, nationwide please you.tot wfll tell truth. Ob*
: For Another Bridge Across Si. J hnt. North of Mathews. Bridge to Help Arlington telephone call-in show. visit will repay, you for dlsapaotntmeoU la all others.jibe w01 ; .
oi Beach Traffic. read your life like an open book, tat also help you out of your l ,
i 'For Only One Auto'Inspection Yearly. lAQLfi.1:30ft : PJ.Ti 1 12:301.11.: TROUBLES. Come and see why you. are so unhappy whet. "
everything seems to go Whi to sad and aowahekrtetf.
t Endorses Fair labor Practices. l\nU .uhr Tlnifl Frilsl sick and worried when yea n to befced and everything made J
U a Native Jaion. Mason, Shriryr, Member North Jacksonville Civic Club. Call clear by consulting THIS GIFTED HOKUM.: Everybody wel.
Cillect 212-74S-3311 come. NO MAIL Al WERW. I make,BO house calls. Doat: ;
; VOTE NOV. 5th FOR AN EXPERIENCED ADMINISTRATOR The United Methodist Church mistake tto address. SISTER BESSIE Ts located. north of
WHO HAS PROVEN HIS DEDICATION TO THE PUBUCI! Released in cooperation with tilt'NaUoatl CaHahna on UJS. #1, Ify mile from CHy of Callahan. Florida. )
t Council of Churches JIbo.Ie: m-U50. '' .
Then t, NI Sub ,tltutl For EXIX".4'A( National Catholic Office: for Radioond Televls./ WATCH FOR HER SIGN W FfiONTOP' BOUSE Across the street.

i-. htJ.f", h c.".,... f.NO"", Florid CouDcQJi CAntcbq from SPORTSMAN MOTEL .
'?-. '-: Open dally from I .... to 10 p.II., including Sundays.flCS : .
CLIPPING NT1'I'1.EStOV'J'CA'5.00.aEADJC.9for? 12.00 :. .





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MTEttti I. IHi mi PAPERS mi 5. j



I-East Florida and Bethany Baptist Association Re-elects Rev. B.H. Hartley .- ill




Second Baptist Celebrates Mrs. M.I. Jthisei Return
CHURCH
NEWSCO&KS1ANS

., 6 As Prftsfftit Of Mlssius II

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: BAPTBTSunday :,""- *,, The East Florida and Bethany Baptist Association closed most
School begins si/ I JO asa. wltk suveilnte'adent tad successful meeting hat week at Mt. Ararat Baptist Church
teachers' ia charge. "The lesra will bo reviewed by" Deacon
Wren The" morning Mrvfee begins at 11 t-ia. Cctasmio Rev. B.H Hartley,moderator.returned Merrltt, assistant recording
will be observed at I- p... Rev. &.1. Crawford win deirm was enthusiastically secretary: ; John Lowery, corresponding
boa sermons Choir Wo.; laad No. Sand Usher Board No 1 win to office, following his annual secretary and Isaiah

Mm during the day. Prayer' services ill be every Tuesday address.' Fields, treasurer.
Others re-seated were: Rev. Officers of the Ushers Dabs {
It,g10 p.* Ret. E.J. Crawford: ,pastor.
C.B. Dailey, vice moderator; are: President Mrs. Mary K,
EMANUEL BAPTBT t ; Rev. G.T.McCall,second vie* Beard; Vice i'realded' Mrs.

Teachers tad prayer meetmg wm be'held it BM wad bow- moderator and Rev. Jt.Slmp- liable Dunbar; Second Vies

riff the puts sad officers charge.Choir No. S will reneamtt wr. fon third vice moderator; '. President, Mack Walter! Recording :

7 p.... M Wednesday and Choir No. lit I p.m. OB Thursday 8 } 0. Patterson, recording secretary Secretary, Mrs.
;Rev. Theodore Lee,financial Eleanor Jackson; Assistant
tilt Monday prayer Mrvleewffl 11I"14.Choir No. 1 win relleaneIt
I p... tin Friday Choir No. S, Usher Board No. I,Deacon secretary; Rev. W.C.. cording Secretary, Mrs. Agnes

Board No., .*, Districts ISA, UB,will accompany the parlor to Mitchell, corresponding Jackson; Financial Secretary,
secretary: and Rev N.Williams
Evetgreea1 Baptist Omrch for Mrvices.Oa Saturday all auxiliaries Mrs. Viola Johnson; Cor-
of the ]aalorchsrcawfflaMet at 10a.m. The children's 4\ statistical secretary.: responding e rt ta r", Mrs.
Others: Rev.C.L. Culver, Annie L. Cherry; and Benevolent
choir will tense It 10 a.m.Sunday School begins at 1:30 ara.with
treasurer; Rev T.J. Daniels, Secretary, Mrs Leanna
Mrs;Mamie Fields tad Deacon George Smith in darn. Tbaleasoa j
will btNmdbyuappoaILCme.ctdlatakeepea' missionary; Rev A J. Hughes, Johnson
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it 10.30 a... The morning worship begins si 11,with the deacons chairman of the Mission Board; Treasurer, Johnny J. Jones;
Rev. G.A. Price chairman of
la charge: Preaching begins tt 1*noun,"The BTU begins it I p. t, Reporter, Mrs. Etois Wright
.. ... the Education Board; and Rev. and Public Relations at Urge,
wllh Deacon: ...Phillips chart*.The moiac worship begins '
at I JO p.m. Choir No. 3 lad UM Children's Choir, Usher Board -- ,:;t H.R. Wright, chairman of the Mrs Alberta Williams.
No.'3 tad Usher Board No. 4 will urn. llrs. S.L. Badger and Evangelical Board. Rev. W.C. The association observed a
Mr*. Marlaa Carter win be la charge of music. Rev.8.L. Badger, Neal was returned u auditor.. success*! sessionwlth
Mrs. M.L. Johnson was reseated progress evident la every

pastor .. as Missionary president department. Rev. Hartley, moderator -
Mrs. Carolyn Barney was reelected ''
NEW REDEEM BAPTIST I Ic presented seven recommendations -
Choir No. 3 will." a tIDe andqwea contest Sunday at 3 p.m. Aar. u president of the of great" I
Junior Women Miss FrancesE.
at CM church. Sunday School begins at 1:30 a.m. with the ...... promise for the movement. I
--- -- will U leader
superintendent: and teachers la chart Rv. Normu win review fceond Baptist Cburck,1l4 Kings Road, Kcv. James Carl...., sermon will be delivered by Hev M.C. Bascom pastor of of the Lowery Tooth Division serve ,total phase of the association
under the
OIt'-lel_. "The marling worship begins at 11 a.m. with the pastor,will be the scene of the celebrating of the tenth anaiversary Douglas Memorial Community Baptist Church of Baltimore Elected to official capacitiesla will move higher new
set la motion the
dachas la chart of deration!. Choir No. t and Oaber Board of Dr. Semi u pastor and of the 118th anniversary of the Md., Monday, November 10. On Monday Bight November 11, the the Laymen's Brotherhood plans during
No. 2 will Mm during the day. Mra. Fannie Jackson win be historic coDtjreiatloa. The Holy Communion, opening night of 'celebration wlll meeting.
reach Its climax with the Pastor's Night are: G.W. Walker, president
program. ; The St. Thomas Baptist
la mask.District No. X wUlme U the home of Mrs. win be November 3 '
chart celebration, on at I p.m. Then through the. Rev. Rimes Smith the
and congregation of Friendship Baptist J.W. Francis, vice president Neal
; Rev. W.C.
Sarah Ferguson 3 .The Home Mission win meet at 4.30 week, beginning at ':45 each Church ,
p.m. p.m. night, outstanding ministers Church of North Jacksonville will be among the visiting Isaac M. Jones Or is '
secretary
,
p,m. at the church. Deaconess Board No. 1 will meet at 440, and their congmatiobs win present.Crrle leaders,educators, and congregations. Beginning with Monday night personages and ; CONTINUED ON PAGE M

p.m. tt the clmrth. The ereoinc worship begins at I p.m. Both and other prominent figures will also be present The tanoal continual through Friday the services bedn at 7:45. .
sermons will be delivered by" toe pastor. Prayer meeting is

Tuesday, followed by Bible study. Ret. EX Norman, pastor.FTIENDSR1P HtitrttREV. Day Spring Baptist Friendly West Side .WHEN YOU ARE III
'CIIIIMMN But
Ton Seek The Doc

Saoday School PttOGTrVE begins at 1:45.BAPTIST withSuperlntendent Mrs.L.Smith Church Announces Union Announces tor. when Tour DoctorPrescribes '

la chain- Daces W. Ware and Jospeh McPoersoa win lead Hannoth Revival Get Kiperlnetd -
services. Covenant will follow. "The ritual Mrrice win be lathe Pharmacists To I]
Day Spring BeptldCbuebVU1told
afternoon. Rev. N. Robinson, pastor. "Everybody's Revival"from Special Heeling 'Pill Prescriptions Ac- t

Sunday, November 10, .fQ The Friendly West Side Union cording'To tour Doctor's
BETHLEHEM BAPTBT through Sunday, November 17., Male Chorus will.....Saturday orders. ,
Mra.LUUe .
Sunday School begins at 1.30 am, with Dtatoda.r,
'
Rev H.H. Robinson, pastor of S at 7 will
Webbtrt and Mrs. Sadie Fedd la chart The morals November p.m.TbU ,ft Use Only The Beet C. E. BLACK
the FIMt4tldChucbciLakeWale. rehearsal and
be
a special
service at Communion win be Idmint nerd tt ,
opens .11 a.m. quality Drugs Proprietor
will speak each night business conference and win
How at I All choirs and ushers
3 The Tooth begins
p m. p.m.
The minister Inldel1kDowauu be held la the main unit of MLBeUltI
will serve durlnf the day. Rev.Williams,will be la chart Mrs evangelist. Baptist Church. (637 3 Registered Pharmacists To Serve YourA
V. Wilson U Rev. W.U Winiams. pastor. ;
reporter. ,
Music will be famished by" the Anderson, Rev. 8.A. Thomas,
MACEDONIA BAPTBT combined choirs of the church pastor, with Mrs. Catherine ........ COMPLETE LINE OPCospetlcs ..........

i.C.SAMS with C.B. Fisher as guest organist W. Sykes In charge.
Sunday School begins the day, at 9.33 a.m. Dace Jobs. E.

Slack and his sUfl w 01 be la dlarre.II". Burgess win review The tenth anniversary of the Sammie and U with Davis Mrs and R.PAskew Mrs.W....' the The second Male Chorus anniversary will observe celebration Rubber floods Candies.Sundries ,-, '.

the leuoa or assign aa appointee. CoasecraUoB win begin at pastorate of Dr. James Carl Willis U musicians. oa November It in lbs .
10:.S La. with the pastor la chart Devotions wiU lo OllF. Music Cams,, Second Baptist Church, Weaver of mama auditorium of WL"SLDal ,
will be by Choir No. 1 and Choir !(o. 3 with Mra. Hattie lieu will be celebrated Jointly with Rev. Cyrus ,pastor
asked that Baptist Church
church has Missionary
the prayer
tad ,Wallace Mima at the instruments. Friendly Usher Board the list annual of the church be conducted U 1 1boIDt. usa Ue Street. Re,.Benjamin) ,"
services -PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED-
He. 1 win The Holy Communion service win begla at
Mrve. from November 3 to
hull 3 MRS. E.L. FEACHE& lane Is Deacoa William
.. On Friday Novembtr pastor.
4:43 p-.. Both sermons will be diUverd by' the pastor, assisted fto"mber.1I lid.If.. Rev all districts.will, hold a Joint.BWiCaeryfce H, Cherry too Joseph H. Long 1107 KIMS I mi 3S3.-1271. :
Mrs. Emma L. Feacher laMrviag
and other ministers!Da Tuesday Bight _
by Rev.jWUllam Parker Sane ''is president cf theJfatlaafl'aeyst'Casveatiar The i
Female
will be In
church. charge.
at, 7.30,prayer T.eeii.c..1s'fcald. Bftl'study 1s also featuredOn ,- ; ofAmerica. t. aj pie U the General Chairman Choir No. 3of
., ,Other hen es.are as u.wlHoly of arrangements for the Chorus and Senior? llllyJqs Bjrii 5..r., : ;
Wednesday Bight Choirs No. 1 and Mo.3 rehear. Oa Thursday Services from Communion services will Zloa Hope Bapti wtB... j. ,
observanceof
night the regular teacbera' meeting takes place. On Friday Monday through Friday wU1t.ctA ThLord' Joint anniversary
Choirs No.; t and 'No. 4 rebearM. Mra. Bessie Merchant lereporter at 7:41. The church Is be conducted Sunday be Second Baptist Church, -

a... W. Burps, pastor. located at 954 Kings Road. tt 7 p.m.. Supper ae,.will Weaver be observed wW be and scheduled including from November November 3 11 to, TheYtirs Aht.nl.. Ar. Cndil for AllC.tlztis" '

ministers and the "
assisted by
Apostolic Church of God Convenes 1MI. The occasion wUlaecent-
and the deacon's board. The eats the tilth anniversary of
combined choirs will furnish the church U well U the tenth

Sunday echo 1 opens at 9.30. anniversary of Dr. James Carl Tab Tin H TII"IJT.
The morning services\ begins at Sams, pastor. The Mrvices will *
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', 11 .... Usher Board No.l.will begin at 7:45 Monday through
'. I serve. Friday Hit lit 'III Kin
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The PulpU Aid Baardwlllbavea
". 'i homecoming program on November 81 list III liflslitiii
VOTEImiiir
10 at 4 p.m. Rev, Cyrus

., Weaver Malnor reporter., pastor Mrs. E. W. SYOUR Irised.Llls! .Lser Intent


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OWN O 354-6746.* .. Qivejrour vote to Grifford Grange who challenges a Republican opponent who- places his I i
personal ambitions above our best Interests.

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31EIIIIM'A. GIFFORD GRANGE abed w rising taxes, and UUm in any! ./ '

\ low are tHOY education for '''fJ'OI1.'. dIJ.1drt.trom k1DdtrprdeD through Junior college )

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-- ',seated MOOEt. TAKE TIME TO FCO; 1 1IB NAME: OK THE BALLOT.........:....!' ...........-.Y01d FOR '
bop M.C.H. Coffer: above, left, has anaoonced the annual convocation of the 566- I

%.ApoatoUe Church of God In. Christ, 2039 Benedict Road, Jacksonville. Fla., of which be NOMI jJervw -- '', '' n'
is founder and organUer. The convention opens November 10 with Impressive service, Z Owl' GIFFORD 6RAK6E
.starting with the Sunday School. Deaa Jones will deliver the fVf1"nfl sermon Friday Jyem ot/ SALES 6 Of'f'ICt.t.DIVISION OlhBT. CXP. i
November 15, at 7p.m. Mrs. Dorothy Cooper Is shows on the right of the picture. hi Your Ftllow CUi.. Who Ctu, WT ut : :
center Is Yvonne' one of the younger workers la the CODftI1 OD. All are Invited. Dinner RA PARK State Senate.D District 41 Democrat. ;I
win be served each day.Asestelfc (Paid for by Louise B, Grange,Campaign Tresjui er) I


Chink, Of God C HIS Usher Board -


'Asaial Cesfsb Os Itatikt Re.BUhop Holds Aiuil, VOTE 4% John VOTE I


cd Goad Cooper,founder tad organiser of the V tnllc Usher Board No. 1 will celebrate FISHER I
'Church la Christ, 2039 Benedict Road, Jacksonville. Its thirty-ninth anniversary '
has Announced that the annual convocation will begin Sunday, Monday Bight November .DR.JOHN .
''November 10, and close oa Sunday night. November 17.. INI.c 4, at 3 p.m, in Zion Hope

'The convention, which draws success (the ...& Baptist Rev. S.1. Badger, FISHER "
'tarp ambers of worshippers Bishop Cooper will superviM pastor. # '
'and delegate, U well U 'the 'making of daily reports Rev. Badger will preach the I '
leaders and educators,will open from every board. Completeand Mrmoa. Mrs. Flagler will I I'I /
is for
campaigning
a responsible legisla
on November 10 with fasting final reports win be nude serve u guest soloist. .,
"and prayer. The apostolate d Friday Bight. ture, for a state senate in which special in

:the eharch fives street The outstanding church Heaveily Fire Silvers : : .i+ terest legislation will no longer be the first r
credence to the of l
power prayer.Servkes singers. Singers order of
famed business. He is fighting for:
will dally at I
cpa win be throughout e theconvocatioa. \
11 JO. On $md ". Elder. /..UColemta AU Pin Amal -
are invited. a 1. An end to government by crisis. :
one of the pastors"from
Ole ol the od.tamdhgfeaturesof M
Bampton. Va.,wiU speak. which' The Heavenly Fire Gospel "' ; 2. Stronger measures to combat acme, e'
work
the
,A district meeting of the con Is the school, Singers heard over a Jacksonville .
ventloa was held there last:helps la everywaypossiblewia'younf radio station every Sunday, and drug abuse.

',IU.At 3 p.m. each day dinner;':' aDd oJ4. will hold November their anniversary 3, at 340p.m. on r 3. Strict enforcement of ethics and con
Sunday, '
"will be Mm. At 3JO BUhop I'
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axe open with a prayer oftaanksctviag. Church, Rev. Dallas Graham, 4. An end to liquor monopoly.

"The SUtythird,, Will' ,pastor.
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.wfll aiaf at each misting MJ stAs Swaa Silvertones of PjhTburgh sung over -af&lj"and into ,,
other other 6. Improvement of theltate'. mental -
> I Am. and the. Swuet.Qa1aIttt areas. Many organ
Ii" EYWDc mathp wW btc1I! )I of Augusts, will be af the Merry isations will appear. AU singing 4 I hospitals and training \

''7:JO p.m., Deaa Jones ofApostoUe tit t,1 High School' Monday night! groups are invited. The I I ,centers.,
"". School will dense' November 5, at 3 p.m. laJt singers also have a Prayer ,
an Inspiring edeeatloaal'' Augastiae. Mrs.LUaoos. band. Mrs. lona Bines Is president SENATE DlaT. 12 ,I
Mrs. W. Moore 1s man
:address Friday alfht Other radio disc Jockey will be mla
trees of ceremonies. Rev. R J). ager. Mrs. Thelma Edwards REPUBLICANIInlll' .
Political John
"workers will coatribiite to lea: Paid Adv. By Fisher Campaign J' ;
Lambert will be a guest. win serve U das(hostesses. .
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I National Urban League Leap Program. Includes Recruitment and Tutoring ;11Fi

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touch to get a job If youtMt new minority group apprentices ;created a suspicion: of the white (1,400 u compared with a total percentage of minority group Ohio; Atlanta, Qa.f Baltimore, I
ban a onion card andU' Peyi9 'Careen
to a onion,card U placed nationwide In the first man' sincerity. Successful: recruitment of 1,800)) for the entire year members, nationwide, came to Md.; Chicago, lit.; Colorado Goiig lito .
jtVrt Majfk get six months'of this year. 'The; requires aggressive of 1966. only 7.2 percent: of the total. Springs, Colo.;Columbus,Ohio;
DOt white
Particularlyto National Urban League' LEAP and Intensive recruiting, a "While some of the freest Is Figures for the first six months Dayton, Ohio; Denver. Colo.; ,
M construction trades. Bat
itt Rational Urban League UtTsijfing procram war responsible for reaching: for these kids with oft and placements representa of 1968, however, show an Increase Jacksonville: Fla.;Flint,Mich.; T] :; I
that picture: with an the placement of more than warmth and understanding.1 It marked Improvement over the In apprenticeships: for Kansas City Mo.; Los Angeles, {jt ,
reatlceshlp Trainingfirn half of the total.According also requires tutoring programs put, we still have a long way minority group members to Calif.; Miami, Fla;Milwaukee,
tIIO'II'IIuLV.PLabor1IIIoaU0II to Napoleon Johnson before placement as well to go," Johnson said 9.4 per cent. This Is still substantially Wis; New Or leans, &;Omaha, -.
director of the League's u follow-up after placement.". "'lb. Department of Labor's short of their proportional Neb.; Portland, Ore.; Phoenix,
Advancement Pro
..->. : .LEAP program, "The key to According to the Labor figures show that, la 1967, representation In the Aril: St. Louis, Mo J St. Paul,
successful: recruitment of young Department's figures, the Negroes still constituted only population, but It 1s an Important f 1noi; Tampa Fla.; and: Tom,. i
flares Jut released by tin blacks and other minority number of Negroes entering 3.6 per cent: of the total number stride forward and we Okla. it
tar Department of Labor show groups' for apprenticeship apprenticeships In the of registered apprenticeships are hopeful that the NTJL's t
.as the umber of Negroes training Is to go' where the construction: trades Increased In'the U.S. Even when you add LEAP program will result In NEWS DEADLINEHailed !
Ifertklpatlng. la federal or state action Is. B Isn't enough to Jolt between 1966 and 1967 by almost the members of other minority further dramatic Improvement
e...Bred apprmucesMppro.: say the door isopenandeipecf' '40 per cent and figures for the rOlp.Spnilla speaking In apprenticeship picture.: Hailed ,should 'be m \
.- has almost doubled sine young people to .hare last six months of 1961 showa Americans: Indians and Americans The following are cities that the office by 12 HOOK u on I I't If
1st beginning of IK'7.W1th 1,078 many years of rejection still more dramatic Increase of Oriental parentage.-the have LEAP programs: Akron Tuesday f fr \



: !If you're wondering why more and more millions of your fE(E


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aew carter: opportunities m industry have been opened
for 17 young Negro women la Pittsburgh through PPG, be;This
l ls a special training and Job counseling program organised for
., minority group members by PPG a member of the National
Alliance of Businessmen (NAB). Shown above are young ladies
enjoying a general discussion and question and answer period.
Ten of the 17 were hired by the firm Itself Seven were placed
win Pittsburgh employers. PPG Photo



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AFRo-AMtREAN STUDIES' lor the State of t Qllnols, will
ITHACA, N.T. (KPI) Join the nlvtrsUys EagllshDepartmeat
Win the appointment of a 17* for the .second
man committee of Blacks semester of the 1HI-M aca-
tIU and Unity members, demleyear.rXTCGRATED. -
z groundwork was laid recently
: !t. for the establishment of
J AYy Ar a pro WEDDING
gram of Atro-Amerku studies CREAOOcPoDesptt*.
at Cornell University. Black, the fad that be was a major
committee members are PhID.Bo1I target U a tO.OOO-stadeat boycott
Ithaca; BertraaCooper by Black stadeotstf local:
t Los Angeles; Dalton Jones, high schools recently tke
.r Boston; Tom Jones, Dayton; white principal of Crane Rich
.; rtnton panda,Mr Vtroon K.T.I School oa the Vectslde look
and the Misses Gayla Cook, .time wt to serve as best man
Cleveland; Sandra Hears at the wedding of one Us folia.1
aw'a Chicago'; and Janet WHllanu, Be Is James B. Maloney who
'. New Tork Ttotatlvt date for was the only member of the
implementing the courses 1s wedding of Mlora. Harris\ and
II the fall of mt.SXI7C Await UontagM at Greater
Mt floe Baptist Cterch. Replacing
BUILDINGS white administrators
SANTA BARBARA, Call!. like Maloaey with Black
(NP0 -Twenty t"eats officials was coed the demands
at the Onlveralty. of California voiced by boycotting stadmb.nLACIf .
joined the BwtUtog ranks of
pupils rebeniaf afaim white,.. CO.LECI OWEIf'<
lirtented education, vfcem 1Mt"Gat !DECKAB.rpretty .- 1 n
.*U d snub fiifl ttLap*;, Emily ddcbkgor
I baildlng to press demand for recently was electedllomecoa*
nor Black participation is IDa Owe at Luther Collage,
alverslty actlvltlea. and became the first Black
Their demands Included more coed to gala sock t distinction
Black coaches, professors, a She. setmqvently reigned! overbomecoolag
a racial grievance committee, acUrtOM, laclad.:
i/.. and a graduate program la Afro lag the LtIIbtr$ College
American stvdlM. Chancellor football game.IGNORES .
Verooa L Cheadle agreed toappoint
a comnUiloa* COB COURTSTARKVILLE
1 sitter campus racism. M1u-(xPQ-
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ii' Despite a US. District Court
VETTING PROFESSOR Injunctions pro U II&tI1 r tilt
MADISON, 1r1a NPQ) college board fiea keplngklm
PttUtaer-Prlse.wunlng
poet
from speaking on the craps
Gwendolyn Brooks of Chicago ctvU rights activist Charles.
was named recently 'visiting Cvers was barred from Misisssippl -'
yy Pf iin jmfessor of tte State Dniverstty, whea
stirs wrttlnf attheUntverattyotVlscoosla > the school's board Imposed t
: and added still another -' hetapatltlalspeakers.Memhers
star to bet ] iTMii ifcrowa.
of the MSU Tooog DemcraU >
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Ulss Brooks, who won had obtained the cowl
CM Ptlltiar Price for poetry uJunctioB for Mrs, who Is
U 1WO. the Mmes Laureate the brother aiiassiaatedNA1CP
Take walk in U Literature. U 1964. aDd re- "'"II'ppl1e&4tr

a c.J cefitly ..named Poet Uareate- Medcu her.


THE E COUEtt SimNT SKAKS

your street or park.Tonight. I BT neRO P8L56 I1n'E1UC1'ION.IlQooe I


with the. Wind, a navel abort .the. old Soat'a that
I'UHeillj' Is M more, world hardly be classed arauaf theworld's
greatest fiction..
BIt Its slaves ban rivaled UlaN of the Bible for decades.And
a couple of years ago, a 1111 mod baaed oa the aovel was
reissued la a 70-millimeter version _
J This gives the. film more' opportunity that ever to foist its
stereotyped distorted Imtfe of Negroes on the AsMricaa people.
Starring Clark Gable and VtvUo Wgh'Goo. with the Wind"
r features Battle M' n tnlal} u the black mammy who studs
talmfally by Miss Leigh's side aroagk good time! ud tII4.
*' t woald be presampraous to critklae the late Miss McOaaUl
lor playing a demeaning role that caricatares: : N groM u

Governor Wallace as President will make it safe again for you and your had being the choice tiles sly portraying loyal to their a maid white or masters being one she) pose said sat
Bat
one Bust deplore the bakful InOneac of her portrayal
family to use the streets that both oa Itegroes'.trt-tatft aatf wattw view of black: people
llJ are yours. AId tt saoald be acted that bookand tU Movie have ba4,their
.I. '\' Input oa millions of Americas, -
,. ..-... The lengthy film offers a s.nt1menraH d defense of tk*

"' I with"Soothtn the wind way" of life," which Is, u the movie notes,"goae
Both the ------
National .
Republicans and The Idea yore apposed to get Is that Sootherm wait,at
e.for President the Urn theCMl War WIlt fighting valianUy.-.ot to rve
:: :j .Democrats I let you down. Because r---- slavery-tat to maintain their 'eal orsl ttsditim ." 'pi.
AId Miss Leigh's tenacious devotion to her homestead
fcaowi
I of their overpermissiveness and failure Tnr FUrili liltot ffffl hit as Tara,epitomises what Is represented Southern "caast'.f

I The tUm's main characters: art properly chocked at the bang
'n'j to provide strong leadership, many of 7 .lllllCE.illf 1lI" of Atlanta by tbioo forces daring the Civil War. "There goes
I tfit last semblance rlla. and **
Clark
order GabU rr!*.*."' ,
it.f, our cities have become unsafe for travel "N""w'tq Nmrtttlus I Isle. hr"lAlllCEHimiT AS.at the.1IPIbPdJ city goes I ep ta .,... (George- Wallace to', tt seems.,has

At the. ... i
..:: or play after dark. Governor Wallace Iltli'tlil was all sboat-shn aDd movie*&T4rtfrin.almost ignores what the fighting

J' !*' ',will reverse this trend. He'll see that 1 Is I Till Fir. ,la''CooewitktlsWlnd"taottbISyoabelineCgttbeonybsw were property rights and white gentry's. freedom

: to condact their affairs .
., u they saw fit' '
: lawbreakers punished. He'll make 1' --- IULlCE.lIIIT J All Miss*>Leigh memo to cart abort U"the. prtttrvatioB and

awF >, : PeW peUttctl tfvwtfewnmt of MM w.... Camp*!**. apart renovation, see. comforts of Mr-Jkonectead.herself Kvea wWa *, aorrtege fails*
with
': y '!:streets safe'aga1n. 'h == =- all. more Importaat to her thejaoaatt! "DIal Tara".alter
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M Capiegir % cup (email can) eadUluted ;n toa VermontrN and Add a park to i 34 equal pane; shape tato ball. Combine oregano and roeamary i
2111Vi velvetltedevtportted. .I tablespoons note< t '1M"."by tipping white,reld' sprinkle H toatpoon ta ungreeaed ilk cup ring mold. Oombtne |
cups sifted. ellipoe milkCocoe ,11 eta (1M/1 MMH) eUckenJbroOl or whole Wheet toevt with warm iJ. butter end garlic:; coat dough ball Arrange 11 ball ta mold; I
flour' or sold eyrup. It Utoe no more 'il: sprinkle with t teetpoon: herb>> mixture. Top with remaining
Pilling time than "buttering bt* d.' and end preheated d 450 30 to 2S
I- cups dkd' .cootid'tvby'Cost ; ball herb mixture. Bake ta oven
2 lettpooa baking| povder 2 ubletpoone batter'Vf the ulUnVermont Toart" U ,
minute, untfl brows
or golden
Cream H cup bias with ev.*,,, beat la *.... Sift Wgether ..,..w s+etpotatoea.eovertd .' iomei hJf.apwUl.Brvakfeat pan. : Spoon Dour fob dry meaaurtnf cup;; level. Do not scoop.
.flour baking powder and ealt. Add alternately ta a stash amount, cakes oa a company look ::1
creamed mixture' with ."90rated milk beat ..11. >Spread bolting vater wttl f.ader/DtUi ,when eyrup to mltad st wbRY
Vk bettMn _,...... 'Inch square p... Sprinkle with half and cool:reel off stint;etf Into', .r"lhewed frocrni '
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the Cocoa Filling and dot with I lahleepoon butter. Repeal 1/1.*' nlet .Ue... ",'e, f baIAnd U mode Iph for Sunday,. ....
layer ending with be,",. Bake In aaoe (moderate) onion, green pepper and celery, e fte and iee cmem.i .Jir.try A meat pto to often made from leftover, which are at their A Sandwich WnncrAutumo'a / ,
oven 80 mlnuue or until cake UU done.Cool' 10 mlaute' bt under a Crust combined with n wtllaaaaoned eauoe and
to batter or matfartat antiltender. lr .IIII ia
u & rap call for pork but cither meat, planned- bei-and, once agile, mothera are electod to'fix
Turn out of pan ad out Into U square. Serve warm. Blnd la ..-ich Dot ciria aUoad fraahrajif vagetabto TNt recipe .
Howl;gradually'stir d. for lunch-box tour all over the
'ii over or freshly bought can be er. aatlefylng aandwlchea
'Coco Fllllag: Mix' \/\ cup chopped walnuU,u cap augar, la chick**broth Cook an* Youll*fled: H eM adde a you rldlmap&e' cotf* Part Pt.2lali.pi.S country.. But aa long ae th.,.'. a ,lar of peanut butter
2 tahleepoonn. wnewooteoed cocoa and H teaepoon ..Inanenon. taut over median beat *U1. .....ae it....**... '".n plwant .. around, I It'a no probl. putting together, a .sandwich..
.mtld.re thickens and reathe* w.Jris marfartn H fesgiepspiika la the popular choice for lunch, day after day, among all '
I tahltapeene corn etarck Vi ........ prpper sec group Altar all, this, It n nation of peanut-butler*
IW.,. milk I cup into etrtpe ettked dch lovere.PETER .
"' : V. ea. Intly chopped celery tea pest ......... a .
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U toitfit* eaU crM pie 1 ptcktgt (1 ounce) U cup golden or darkeeedlete
UU margarine ta ISi-cjuart eaucepea over low hoat Blend ta cream cheese raltlneH
.At. corn aUrch.: OraduaUy add milk. tUrrtng rift emooth. Cook I tablllpooe.s.gl Juice cup Peter Pan Crunchy
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abort foods pleklaf' lIP toy 'rit
tattanie taste.
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trttm..wt up mryoot, tad
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b F' Pt'L his two decades In Washington Hubert 4
Humphrey has amassed a public record
i' that la unsurpassed In Its range,Its diversityof .
Interests,Its breadth of vision.Humphrey,
has been an Innovator,a creator of Imaginative
programs,a voice for progress.He has
shown vigor and daring In his leadership.He
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has helped make many of his dreams for.
America become reality.Consider acme
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highlights of his record:

f: ':" jtAE4 HUMAN RIGHTSHubert

Humphrey I Is no newcomer to the
problem of securing and guaranteeing civil
rights for all.He began his efforts as Mayor'
of Minneapolis.Then he risked his political
.; : career at the 194S Democratic convention I
:- spearheading a successful fight for a strong
: : I A Senator,he
; civil rights. platform plank. *a
/ was,relentless his drive.The culminationof
his 18 year. a*the chief spokesman for
.. human right In the Senate came when he
wa*Floor Manager for the passage of the
CMI Rights Act of lM4-the most Important
:;. .rest right legislation' of this century.
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October I to Uartla Utter '
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: hasten pribiisbtr profits from the sale of Time-Life Boods "I Hire a Dream" GIVE AIOOK8I
: Your .> president aa lllttstrated blotrsphr of SCLC'a late remoter, Tte book waaeditorlaHj Swtif IOU WHI\"HiUtn
Among Con completed la 41 boors after Dr. Klaca murder la
& ) Ret. tad Mr. April and aQ Bet profit from Ita aale wire pledted to the +u m T OUT 69t
King, Jr.,; Mr*. SCLC FpmdstloB by Mr. AastelL MUllET CATFISH lb.
>. King;and Rn. prbii
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,'Is ( .. Oisfed NAACP Official VOTE 1l1l'1S'sPITS' 45'HDCMtl SPECIAL. NOTICE!.!
ttt "+u 11aria
.. Slat Named Held sirmnii "riM e c. n 1.4443.1
... Mr. D."il i l le l.*k
: Neviaiber nHi4 oft ,..." "It let rhdp.
i. of, PhilidiWii" SefipPHIUDELPKU 5

!' fresh Genuine Snooper Throat u.39'
Hair
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hair- Cecil B. Moore, ousted u bud
of the Horn PhlUdelphl.
than IUACP brsnch'", hu bees n*
effect, a&lmoosly elected president of THE
; the Black Independent AUl&nc
Wtoring Moor said the new group r -
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: would tight for black people'v
IVv. their ; : : 'right tad freedom la the era 1 ,
'gSX wty to did this u NAACP

J IN,:Xb J color The skew organisation, be said, qj MOBILETRAVELING
NaJso will lot have to psy the salary
of Roy Wilkins,NstloBtl NAACP
.healthy : eiKutlre secretary.
:Wt r According to Moore,the action PET ADOPTION CENTER
hair, I of, t the Bitlonsl NAACP office
;-: I.ADELL la removing him "hu created \j) from theGREATER
, v.: ::::and the ( who baa beta a Vienna among black peopleIn j '
j MIAMI
, X-X' $ aa adrertlslac re- Pntlidetpnla and U la put
ft'Xlff: you UUml Star responsible for the Clrrtlll rise '
for tile
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.*::; ,..odaUOII"WI t2It of whit bigotry la oar city." I HUMANE SOCIETY
. .:- branch 'J Will II AT _
expendlrnres. Bat only | per la Philtdslpltiwaattoken
}: : Tb former ad aslesmeaUaotastborlstd
w.:::
:; IQIOIIQI. \ II:>IQI. IQI IQIIQI 1QI1Ql1IQo11Q111:>IQIIQI cent remsiu In the black com to accept Into Ute subdlfUlooa
-: munlrjrj 91 cast "at a Urn when unity wu dupentely NORTHSIDESitarday
I'!....:';...:.;..;.....", per got out. 'adverttslac cub, checks or seeded la 1tWdehiaamorxg
any fora of mode for tbtW1&m1
?5& / Hot Ida Star, the black peccd" *
Cgbteea NAACP board members dkM Nov. 9 '
! Mrs tattle Blow hu re-
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; i placed Mr. Barrel u' hire reportedly Moore'sexpuliloa. resignedla 10 A.M. to 5 P.M.
s { Independent Life & Accident adrertislBf represeotatlT and a protest. agilnct
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,is till time u spruce up Jour home or
S*; ,: .' CIUUE'J PtlCMMEl lEI HUUEIEIT apartment with these btiuWnf plush ruts. $
E ** Add t bright cote with such cam
; ALL TYPES OF LIFE PLANS as lime.
, f ,* 'j I bright Gold. Clear Blue. Iucbsiablive.)! $2P.
Orange. Avocado. Pink. Baby Blue or Antique
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Stlvtai Is Silas Exec's Expert At Problem Solving

JteliEion! i And RaeI

Secret Of Success li listless ; ; t !:

tn wweks after ho was promoted to sergeant of the seventh :r1Ol 1 .
grade patrol boys 11-yeu-ofd Ernest Beavers noticed ft 'Jm-Somt) MO black oh 1 1MB
decided chill trom his old friends. !< J. I. M aJmasstve"gef outtbejrote" i
A dram told Beavers, "The their problems" says Beavers, IpItr tart matte'(Mink foervi) *om. 5,000 *ztt'
toy don't think you can be a "and even the smallest problems >snt neJloBXrtdifettts> troop which includesBumfStsani ,
patrol sergeant tad a regular of adolescents sometimes q oGigty.roalMe, Prima'
gay at the same time." tab oa colossal dimensions. { .u. ., ......armed CharehtJUdted Chatte: cmcfctes
lit Friendly sls Beavers Aa understanding person CU ot Cattat, 1.Hsbos George E,Ether, i
bad two choke: quit the sergeant's help these kids solve toeir AIIE fil ." .
Job and be a fo&tlme problems or at least pat them i : \ :
"regular guy" or stand his ,to proper perspective.: 5 Si 1 1: .. .:
round and learn to lire with He recalls an Incident from Ms' -.OBIac.rUlt
being disliked. Jill college days. A neighbor ....; ,raD1Irfllki be
Be chose the latter. The outxome 'youth, brilliant through grade : I. < -bau ? school, suddenly became a mediocre ,9 1
,
"Mich to my surprise** : and somewhat a social w rte
Bearers recall, "the patrol student la high school. Beavers, M iSSBs iuneiuBHtiii'
boy were my friend after. discovered that the youth tett e a1 rtrom' ? for. P!
i abort time. They had Imply ostracised because of alack ot a .
tested my ability to lead." athletic ability In u environment kIlost! ttACt lIA A

The experience taught Beavers that stressed physical 0 t
-'it,
t Teaching aDdChratJaal
a lesson leadership.He vowed pron.
QMS and there that be would 81s.ee be had no athletic- beeu rrmts'by! tnppist monk,Thomas UeTtonaadi.tttfveiralty
always be true to himself. B skills, I suggested be try out t 4 vt Motre Dame Bress. In the br
also taught him available' for the track team la cross PU ff, r***** resjtbt't and Immorality 'of thr Vie
lesson ftboot peopI., Instilling country running," Beavers racism.,, and fir "
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this t'l (
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a burning curiosity about"what "becaise oily & n lhett'rdflow brlabarrr

makes people tick, why they act requirements were motor coordination ,,'"; p u'n.eh loegce
u they do." and stamina. Y
This curiosity is ft hallmark "This young maa never ,
of the present success of this became ft great runner,hot by .. .
yoonf sales executive. taking this step he built confidence ,. lltSf UXUC RP1) w. MiHwinWDIof > t m
Today at 10, Bearer Is aaTassistantdivision II himself and eventually Mutt bees made by the PretVrterMl iccccnA
manager lathe learned to play other CeTfcnttcs tcr cslsi ghettoibutis ufc h I Ifees.
Chicago sooth side district sports and participate m other r Chief rwiVents of ate tuads en A
for Lorillard Corporation oldest social activities." 'iitev T JHL and the mterraelat Couibfl tor'htot9 1
tobacco firm la the country. The mediocre....regained ( at fhlch Ncelvetf KOOJIT

.The compaays district his dormant brilliance,went onto ttleadet' ofN ,
manager calls .him "a real college and graduated from l1'' y fit t' 1H
comer." dental school first la his class.
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Another victory II Ernie c.
1 try to find but what motivates -
s person, what be tikes Beavers' ant-e dlog game of' Problem solving by Lorillard sales executive Ernest Beavers Kent, True and Hewpart clfamteteerfhi1-movhit adai }
and what he dislikesexplains problem solving. (right} results ta new basinets for his company, which makes for the businessmen he bays. "' 1. \f i i t Mf i

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Beavers. "t city person lsdifferent. .
Everyone -wants to lOth-Calvary Rides Again
feel .that someone cares about

him as a person B you fet" '-... .h VOTE :
to the person\you usually gala
friend. ";
:t I
"And la a sales I1to.daq. J'. !
whet the easterner Is your .,. Nev.ahr 5;

friend, you have better chance ..-. .. (... d
of getting him to titles to what J-, t. f
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you have to .,." ., 15: .
Beavers fives aa exampl of t h': lv PALMflTS
I ISi
his shot-leather psychology. TJ
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One,liquor store owner la his 1 '-sKIN IUCCE.,. FOl1TOr
territory bpi ,telling tobacco OINThtNTvn
product sales representatives'
to !"|tt lost. The business II /II. et '
WM saalL but It had a big ... .
r 1I lee ,
turnover of customers and the ..... .
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J::: la
tobacco mea of all companies/ f
wanted to display their rues -::,p. -=- S.......' O UNC fills ui IRC KBwms *} *jf
: .. ftis
low-key approach, -- '
BwsnnWgot Lorllkrd's =. '. Ppa 1 tat inmftl* AND Mitt MCKI*IS
pro. -aJJ:. ..
ducts b ... __ ;; r: .
". simply displayed.asked the alai If he ." 4.. .M.". .....ld....-....0e.5 ...Is.M ... PRICES: $4.50-14,00-S3SQit t tMK

had yroblems, domestic or : {
whatever,"he relates. "'1MIF. !- above are tI members ot the aU-Megro lutacavequeetrlaaoefanlKUipn the ttuted States Cavalry into.Tucsoa to declare mantel Into 44C'rsorarr ... I.E= MCLUDIO AU1ratSlSIIVtDI
the maa said be Jut had a from Los Angeles recreating the original protect ctticens from a gang of bigoted outlaws terrorisingtheiCtty. r IKrIMO"nrilcaruw."Iee""rori $ / "
had *uek." Beavers sympa.thlsej. caralry.nFly tJJT* j* **. they sjipear oa the "Buflalo.. .These troopers traia twice weekly, wear authentic & T j.. I' Mglo".u gMwwar u.810$1 OU .O5i ,1, '
Whoa they (at to talklsc d 'nIt IU&' C1IIpar uniforms, and follow the !"period" manual rot tUir t:1JA1r.C. euitvetgMacclaee MO"1couwuM$4.e41 f
about tobacco, fhf. suasthlhedidul rrl l1., mJlS lPW" weW: rJ.. *... fiT aDd :> HoUjrweod MegvolorVaphit Kotto portrays Ih*leader. David : 1" &A rMW"It.li/o.Msil'Srllw,
have room rOIl display.Beavers .If. and twtveea'.: and t:10 CST. The eolsode shows that beMegro Dotort series executive producer, worked with Walter Btock ':!
came up with a small was much la evidence In the OU West and la many cases and Leotoa Glasgow,, unit rice chairman. MBC Aos ii

elevated wire rack, and the was a pegs The Incident recreated concerns the coming .. .
oispiay u sun there., -
A Ug part of Beavers job 1s Loris To Hick

supervision of aa late grated What black men don't need is another white man 'uit they neco.e .
Rise (Ii
staCaf Usalesate,eight white lisiuss
and tour black. His responsibility .

laclsdes ortenUDf& his lipid I MtitksWASKDtCTON ...jj .- i. .. ...i
salesmen to servicing specific '
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needs of outlets. The 11.' .
specific ,
,
-concentrate oa the ...r- to help Negroes and other ;'lit 1Ith'
minorities Into business tor
get.
cbaD4I&Ial and promotion aspects ,
themselves have doubled la the ..t. ,
and arc la the front line last three to Election time is here again. And candidates 1964. He proposedtheHousing D J&
of public tuitions.Heaven : emir
started at Lorillard Small kaJIlI. aloe are talking about change. Again. and Urban ro Ve1q !

years U October of collate 1W4, two after years three lathe Howard Samuels said: the results ot And telling us what we need. Again. early as 1957. '''J' a ,\ ;1rySi 'ii wlia late oar

Army and employment a* to Project involve OWN banks, a new and program business We don't need to be told all that. Just Now he wants to make our cl elble \ ; ow rt hap '

a I1JC&D&bowling manager ball' driller of ft and bowling as- groups II helping establish look around.You see it every day. again. And he's proposed a Marshal) Urtd '

III.,. Bo was prompted have minority bees cttiaens"dramatic.ta "business, What is needed is someone to help Plan to rebuild them,just like we did for why It;r mst happcf.f' t'

to UI1ItuI this year.division His territory managecearlier "If we can keep up this pace, make it happen. And that someone is the cities Western Europe after.World i Because rhinos aa'i' b'e
will be well oa our way M* '1 .
we ite U L
from Lake hUchlgaa Hubert WarII. o
ranges Humphrey l '
toward closing the 'ownership t'' ,
west to Dowsers Grove and as _
far south u Lake County, sad. wattes.gap1 between" Sameels blacks told a dinner sad Humphrey makes It happen. \, NltmJ1hfy tltil$.1'I
"Ernie 1s will Uked la the
" ** IMI the Washingtos chapter Some talk about Hubert
tads. says LorUlard District drthe 1 people change.
sic Journalism He first proposed.dducati .
htaaagar Richard D.htoaasterl.'He's : u
society,Sigma Delta Chi. Humphrey causes it. I.
got sates ability and the training for unemployed young
Samuels that loans ,
reported
win f. At the Democratic National Conven- tt
to
ability pt along pEc ,
made ,
minorities largely by
to 14 before the Job Corps
u wen u management,caps* years '
bands with IBAgrtant.u tion 20 he led the for 1t
the fight n
city p.'. area! comer private years ago, a law. Last summer he spearheaded !
Vhea he's not teaching his shot up from u strong civil rights plank. A lot of people J'o
annual rate of 1.000 la June I o drive that produced new jobs for over a{
salesman or trouble1boat1Dc.8If.werl ,
to la September.' said he Some of the
4,000 was rushing things.
usually can be found rbia big
million unemployed youths. : nt"
"At this Project OWN Is
rate
at,tht,bowling alley sear his Southern delegates walked out. But the :0 t
home at 1741 I. Prairie Avo.' pumping nearly 1100-mUUoa Now he wants to create. mote jttk*..
year into minority loans compared plank passed And that was just the .
on Chicago's south side..
with 150-.tilt oa last just the kind :wj a I.b
I' bowling addict, he
beginning.He .
car. he said. .
admits, noting that be has Project OW3I is a tour: .. roigedapproach created the nation's first city Fair workfortsVl
averaged 13 to 90 prnaawattoe.thepaat to bhact eaptWsm. he can work tol 3he's
10 years. His BuU.u the loans wlthSBAguaranteeing Employment Practices Act. Proposedthe
is IN. He has at proposed a plan to guarantee tha
average won them to 90 i i ____
up .
Commission Civil Rights. An
least as trophies, melodise percent. on government and business bring indu > t t7
three tournament championstfcs Anti-Job Discrimination bill and r +
Industry groups extend volunteer an into the cities and train filE\
since he started bowlingwheakswulf auaagemefltassistaaeethrough try people.to ;
Anti-Poll Tax bill
,
a "buddy" system for those jobs.HeMttAhrty. 7it
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faturdays Beavers passes ; _
sow enterprises or through He sponsored Fair Employment Practices
oa'hls expertis on bowling And SBA 1
and on people-by working with tilt franchising.Intel 1aWrffrtP aDd coordination provides laws in virtually every Congress. imfcM It I I .,. ;{h'fft
the Junior League, as organsatka !- ot the private sector efforts. Fought for Civil Rights Acts in '57 and '
of M ,ut.. ages tthrough He first fed
tarnish said the SBA's goal pushed the. .
60. Pushed the historic Civil Rights Act
He
IT. also Is a member ot a five-fold Increase II the -
of Park Manor Congregational rate ot loans to minority bus!- of 1964 through the Senate. Worked for mentary.and secondary i ,
Church; nesses by next summer ".,. posed federal grants to colle
,
"An my life I have been reasonable based on oartIIJIn.ct civil rights legislation in 65, 66, 67 and '
pears
and loans students. And'
interested iahalpingpeopte scholarships to ,
with Prom'OL.en : 68.And headed up the entire civil rights
far." he cleared the way for Project Head
IiNmciil. Cnpk "We have boa able to ac- program for the federal government as Start.

eompliih this duplttratnlDlleatbt Vice President
Congmsloaal Now he wants better education, so all
FrM Ti MwryhOchnel budget because ot the munificent : Humphrey maul It happen. children get start and .
way ta which the banks an even an equaj ;
imu. m uf are respcim%"he alt I He helped shape and win passage of chance. And he's ,proposed :""' ,'
David Bggms. 'He said... la the II major
aamEll.R.th 1.5.11srst.taattTwiOparsnt.l cities he has visited ..o tar every major housing bill from 1949 to pre-school program and a guarylq t.

...Irtt to huach Project trill programs ,
calsast.Tbi' State had tried t "tally .recognise the 4J
i:
keep the WerrftckUeoxpUlrosianymc need and are enthusiastic about
hut a federal..r Ie ...... .
this approach Many ,
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clUa.a ncIIII 1.elbbltr; he said, are setting aside funds .L'....r...,".....l' :. zt e. l ': 1

aetka-s hi.dtrIDrllMract speclflrany for Project Quit I : u :%, ., .
utontas state B*. .- JIdIC. ;; OF .
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I Negro Insurance Association Will Talk "Power" During Mammoth Drive 1



World News, DigestV Tens Stale Gets B6S Chapter Ecoiomic Imparfaica Of Policies(


'. DENt1CIATION@SBASANP1AclaadetUoecommunigiefrom(NEGRO. INTERNATIONAL Political Will Ba Stressed By AfaitsMore I

than 8,000 Insurance
Commission, Patriotic Armed Forces of the Western Front, agents otNegro-owned companies
will talk "power" to an estimated 2,000,000 black families
., hu denounced the Soviet government for tending an ambassador:
'to Congo-Klnshua. Calling the Russian re-establishment of \ dariat the nweeta_ bednnlnt with November 4:
diplomatic relations with Lieutenant General Joseph Mobutu's They will promote the protection and cash values
\
:
y economic power and securitythat through a month-long promotion
.regime !'a grave Insult to the Congolese people, the group -
life insurance representsduring
pledged to eonUmw Its antl-Yabutn struggle until "the final ,): :... the National Insurance that wu originally called Conservation -
> month. More than
victory of the revolution In the Congo. / 1
b-' Association's observance ,000 men and women agents of
'STILL DELIBERATING National Service Month. member companies will visit
Parliament has National Service Month 1s the during the
NAIROBI (NPI) -The Kenyan temporarily every 'policyholder
,:helved a proposal to grant to all U.S. Blacks and Caribbean I V ,} annual consecration and policy period to encourage payment
'Islanders automatic eltlienshlp In Kenya. Principal objection') ; ,owners service effort Jointly; of all premiums due, and to

to the pain is the view that U$, Blacks art not descended from"Kenyans undertaken by 46 companies update all information both the
u Mark Mwithaga, KANU Party.member, suggested. representing two and a quarter policyowners and the Insurance,
t billion dollars of life insurance companies need.

"I FETING ,In force. NIA member companies dobusiness ,
LONDON (NPI) Prime Minister Harold Wilson has left x; rep P The promotion hu been through 500 offices
:Britain bound for Gibraltar for a meeting with Premier Ian D. v ti launched by means of a proclamation 25 states, and have more than
Smith, leader of the rebel government of Rhodesia. Tbe two are by Warden C. Croft of $417 million la assets One-.
wnlch Ktiodesla be Detroit, president of NIA, who Is real
to discuss means by can recognised fourth represented by
I officially by Britain as an Independent nation.Crax of the disputeis ?. r points out that the theme "$e- estate mortgages in Negro
Britain's insistence and Rhodesia's objection} to giving curtly Is Power" is being used communities. The balance is In
constitutional guarantees that the blacks in the majority win for the second year and the bonds, stocks, cash and real,
e have a proportionate sayso in government. The minority whites :j ; u' fourth has time by the association.B estate owned by the companies,
hold also been used to stimulate
now undisputed control.
I' the association's annual Hollywood Blasted For

FREEDOM FEVEK .ales effort in the spring.

NEW CALEDONIA-NPl neighboring Pacific Island Croft's statement read in part;, Casting Negroes Inlalin
.. of Cook, Samoa abd Hun basking In the sun of their own "With costs rising in every
Independence and Papua and Tonga moving swiftly toward phase ot American life,the need American
:freedom, the French possessions New Caledonia, French Poly tor strong economic foundations: Roles
'". belle and New Hebrides are becoming stirred up over France's ties never been greater. Life LOS ANGELESNPQ)
I ,refusal to let them go free. France's policy has been that Its Insurance can provide this Hollywood is currently being-
.distant possessions are in Integral part of France and not needed fOllDC2 1on. B ls the Called for Us alleged miscastIng -
,. colonial territories, and In New Caledonia's case,It do*tat want obligation of each insurance of in Latin roles
1 **to lose the world's third biggest source of nickel representative to educate each Negroes
at the Mexicans and
....... expense
'' policyholder and the general
'ANNIVERSARIES --- other Latin Americans. "We
Texas State University has become the first Uoo. Above are Men student members of
predominantly Negro the new society public to the benefits and protection '
believe la fair and
LUSAKA (NPR) This week brought the observances of Institution to get a chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma, the national namely, from left: Roger Spencer Ella Kegler, Daisy Move, afforded by, life Insurance. don't the play, we
,'independence birthdays' for two African nations/ October II. honorary scholarship society in the field business admlnlstra- Rose Humphrey, John Oliver, Ella ""I'IIoIDJ-oII1JId Lloyd Martin ." begrudge" Negroes anything
.t IadepeDJenItloo a spokesman for the
,the Repjblic of Equatorial Guinea will become an The Ha1JoDa1lnanruc. Asso-<
? ''i* under the leadership of Francisco Macks, u president. ORDERS DATE Merksn-Amerlaa Political
elation founded 1K1 out
? Hospital Unit.Reports Texts State Uihranlty wu
i School Association stated, but unless
"Zambia will celebrate the of its
anniversary independence
TAMPA of two the first la
'' Fit.-(NPI)-U.S. meetings the Association of Motion
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"t, Appeals Judge Joseph Llebe Great ShortageOf Of Bisliass Gets Uiif Atlanta, and the second la Durham PicturesaadTV Producer
t has ordered complete desegregation Society N.C. two cities that were meets our demands of equal -

rDoes In Polk County for thtltSg70 Negro PhysiciansCHICAGO HOUSTON The;* School of Business at Tens Southern rivals for the title "Negro" employment for Latins we (the
Coca-Cola term and also financial capital ot America.
charged MAPA) will urge a boycott of
Unlvertlty/became the first prertoralMnllyNegro Institution
,; school officials to B wu first known u the'JW1oDa1
(NPQ critical
present an all American-made films la
to boast a chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma, the IC .Ucio&1I1oDorar1
effective plan by December 10.VOTE .' shortage of Negro Insurance A.a-
physicians
Mexico and Latla America.
have the
taste
.: in black communities hu been Scholarship Society in the. field of business l.Fouttt.lIIbtrtour sociation: and wu Incorporated

reported by Pierre de Vise charter members. under that name la 1921. ,b Georgian WantsKing's '
,
faculty and ten students, have,,
:[you never get tired of? director&.pUa1tIId1 Chicago. Regional been Teal installed Chapter This in Theta group, the wu Dr.Two David other Abner faculty and Mr.members Calvin,i 1199 word "Negro was Picture On

biff According to de Vise. the Cooke are members of Beta The association encourages: '
presented Us charter by Dr.
,One Dollar Bill
?' Is J THE ,MANU number of physicians in black Emerson Renke, Dean of the ,Gamma Slams maintenance of life Insurance.
?
: it always refreshing areas hu been drastically reduced Hankamer School of Business ATLANTANPOPlea.-

McCAIN during the last 15 years at Baylor.In Negro Business BMDtofDr.MartiaLitherKing's
especially: < in communities thaihave 1919, Beta Gamma Sigma picture oa a new Issue
Do better changed from white to wu recognised by the American of the one-dollar bill hu beta
things go D IS THE Wegro occupancy. AssoclatlonotColleglateSchools urged by Franklin D. tattling

He cited the populous Cast of Baa..... Since that Gets aa independent candidate foe
"with Coke G Garfield Park area u an ex time only those schools, ercognlted Upward Push the Sixth District Georgia;
MAN ample. "When It via an white.U by the AACSfl have Senate.la .
'after Coke after Coke? bad 90 physicians, now' thai been permitted new'chapters. a letter to OJ.Treasury,
E Is a black community and more Texas Southern 1s the only Secretary Henry H. Fowler
crowded It has but nine physicians predominantly Negro School of )In Many Cities Strutting cited total lack of
," said de Vise in a Business win AACSB recognition official tribute to such
n.".".,. .................... ...bierwiww I bit to the Board ot Directors, H- J ..- _- Americas black people u'
... "f
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*sr -0.-0 .CtltSr-r.tIU'OOIt Welfare Council of Metropolitan Tbe society: limits its membership NEW YORK- Black capitalism seems to be getting a boost, Booker T. Washington a. GeorgeWashington
Chicago. to those wbo rank in over the counfryxaccordlng to the latest reports. Carver.

t. ; a. Hatcher Gives the upper tour per cent of the Most noteworthy the black 'Ai ea. A'group of displaced: Martin Luther King, a Nobel
1 Mayor junior class, the upper ten per ''capitalistic actions 1s the construction ,businessmen will build under peace prise winner a Baptist
cent ot the senior class of the in Philadelphia of one the name, Chain Investment 'minister sad a civil rights
Support 'To ,R. IDS ,upper twenty per cent of grad- of the at tI 01" few shopping\ Company. 'Tampa Negroes have leader dedicated his life to the
U&te at.dutI. centers owned by black people launched out with the Central American principles of life,
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.-. t GARY (NFl) "Vigorous Installed In the new chapter This is Progress Plata. B hu Life Insurance Company one liberty and the pursuit of.happiness -
: JII enforcement" of Gary's fair- were, seniors, Rose Humphreyof 11 businesses occupying (1,000 of two Negro companies la the ," said Strlbllng."bickGregory .

I ',' ,. housing legislation has been Anahuac, Tune; Lloyd Martin sqnare feet of rental space B state. Housing will be ampha-
vr Ii' vowed by Mayor Richard G. John W. Oliver Roger wu developed at a cost of 11.7 tlt dIn On
Hatcher la the wake ot an Spencer all ot Houston, Daisy million by the Zion Investment Atlsnaa$4.6mUllmdollaroffice ,
Indiana Supreme Court ruling Move of gelor). Fla. Ella 'Associates, ISO shareholders building hu been planned Trial On January.7
upholding the law. Hatcher Thompson of Willis, Texas. who.belong to Joe Baptist to house the CUliens Trust ,
5 jiI named five to the 15- Junior Ella Fsye Kegler ofLufkln. Church
fliSUPREME persons Company and other Negro CHICAGO NPQ) Dick:
member IIuDwIRt1&Uou and faculty members Ten ot these llbusinessesare, firms. Broad-Beauregard Gregory will go on trial January
5f' COURT mission, which, be said will Saml AMnlla, Limbos Pfrthtin, owned outright by Blacks One Plata sponsored by the Progressive '7 on charges of trying to leada
,.i:""I OCF.;)) GROUP! solicit homing complaints. Tbe Doyal Singh and Milton Wilson, 'is a branch of the North Care- Developers, will be group ,of marchers to his
f' + .-n..w ..a..na..w+., fair-bousing legislation, part tan Dean ot the School of Buslneu. 'Una Mutual Insurance Company.. a standout la Mobile. The Southside home during the
You ik wli It's; best 'Ml liirl'.L.McCAIN omnibus IMS civil rlgbts act Three recent graduates of TSU, All stores will have black'. Southwlck Renewal Project hu Democratic National Coma.
your bad been fought in court by local.:Fouell. Nealy, Willie Pryor and managers and Integrated staffs. been planned for Louisville.
' real tt men. Charles, E. Ward are also Center Manager Elmer Young Chicago 170 Negro businessmen Gregory, aa Independent candidate
;refreshment buy. B THE ONLY EXPE*,IENCEDAPPEUATE promises that "11 1s going to have organised tobelpthe smallbusinessman. for President, hu been
'1 be a drd-clau shopplngcenter The Chicago charged with disorderly
JUDGENOMffiAJBLFOR with nrat-e I a II goods and Urban League The Chicago conduct He will be tried by

VETERANS! ,services Economic Development Corporation Louis GUberto la the mass
l THE Progress Aerospace Enterprises and the Western conduct. He win be tried by
COke SUPREME COURT Move In for as little : Inc., a part of the Electric Company are aiding. a Jury ia the mass arrest court.Saitfeera .
EVERYONE CAN VOTE aerospace industry, Zion
e- ) DOWN Gardens, a housing project,and ChiMraa
eI NOV. 5th Waite Sfcewala
Progress Garment Manufacturing
I : r.d.'w.uaaq/nrtecerarco-p"q ,j 'c.k.9a Co:I ,
Jottl1II} VO. POL. ADV.H'H Company are other .

here.important business enterprises Jifftreat es 'Kii,'s Death

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Black business is growing In NEW YORK-(NPQ-A poll On the other hand two-thirds
other areas also namely la of Southern white school child
of Negro children polled by a
Put Greensboro, Wlnston-Salem, ren hu shown that S9 per cent 'research team from Florida
America First. : Durham, N.C., Tampa, Allan a, of
them are elated or indifferent State
Wl University .
34 bedroom with saidDr.King'a.assassin
plant 1,1
rr 2 baths and garagf. Mobile and in Louisville. TheCumberland about UM .......ttl"1l. of Dr. should be executed
PtKrytng; Center is
tchooU Martin Luther King Jr. ,immediately without trial.
.. .. Modem chwrche and a cewpUte
,,* r"\M I taking form la Greensboro. his The '1
percentage of those white
aIIoconto, close by. Other black students tended to
: :
in the central business district
students who elated ,
were
or blame a "racist society for
:: LINCOLN ESTATES J. Kenneth Lee,presidentand indifferent about Dr. Kiag-a the slaying rather Cal the
j director of the American
murder >
varied -
from U per cent ,Individual!UIUa1L'
7130 RICHARDSON ROAD PHONE: 765-1685 ,
Federal Savings and Lon ',.,
\; ; among children from working-:
1 1, 'J' 1 Association, is the sponsor. class homes to 33 per cent t.N'.es
By re-establishing Law and Order Wlutoa-Salea hu the East among sons and Mayor Stokes 1
t /tUU; Yll IITT IM II CO Tl TIM IIin'LOW Winston Syndicate on the way white-collar workers.daughters of
I ; to be operated and owned by 'first Negro;
By establishing Fiscal Responsibility .The older the white child, the .
Negroes. The North Carolina '
more likely be wu to blame tIjI
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bath Street Urban Renewal 1 I I CilrVEUim-RtPQ..nice: (
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keeping our Defense StrongBy IUGlOR NEEDS: Mrs. Priscilla Anderson,.
{ HumiD Rights Work hu beea appointed by Mayor.

\ Free Enterprise-Government RjgdonHEAT NEW YORK (NPIj-Mrs.: Carl Mrs.B.Anderson Stoke. who becomes' 0

!, Trade with'.Your. 'Neighborhoad Drug Ston 4 e Martin Luther King, Jr., hu tammt..Lmer. of relocation and
tt cooperation WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADV., IN YOUR LOCA1PAPERS. I.. beta cited u a "Woman ofConscience property management of deve*

r We deliver. We also fin all Doctors Prescriptions, by the National lend rwa: a position Rat bale

4 All Council of Women of the United bees vacant since May She. win
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Re-elect Charles E. Mrs. King wu one of 21 distinguished The mother of three$ served
Dixie t06@ITIONN16Central women from all over assistant
Pharmacy aa relocation supervisor
the United States to be honored before her elevation to
for work ia aa area related the -
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PAT .YOU liCIT, ,MATER MlIILUL 5123IIUKIIII ,11L ; Marlin Anderson, NAACP board of directors and
Democrat, 3rd Dutriet-Paid political advertisement by famed, contralto singer read has served with the Urban
William B. Ryan, Camoaian Traa urr 'tUnIIE ITJll STIlE'.fJ iN 311-1533 the preamble aDd the first tap Leadership cascas. .
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PARADE .e.r gml roar. ey..e. Sow Up Fifth Strict. Victory
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Saturday night to lead the Florida AIM Rattlers to
OWENS STRICKEN fI" .12-11 victory over Tennessee State. .
DENYERNPQFormer) Olympic triple fold medal winner : : ; A record-setting crowd estimated to his right, turned around and
Jesse Ovens wu hospitallted! with i mild cue of pneumonia jmatandaysbeforethe1lolymplcclimeswerescbedoledtoo : at between 16,000 and fired across the field to Lamp-
en, ff..J.(tJ 16,000 fansvatched the Rattlerssew kin standing all alone .la the end!
In Mexico City. Hospital spokesman: said however that Owens, "..:; ;J' ;'" up their fifth straight tone for the Rattlers last touch.
who wu active fund raising for the Olympics, 'was recover me '.J. k q :1',,." victory and their first over down. .
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well and expected to fulfill official commitments at the Games. !: '" .. Tennessee State In four years. Midway through the final,
,: ;; '; ) !o" With fewer than three minutes period, the Tigers tallied when
OLYMPIC FIRST '.. on the clock the Rattlers were Shannon connected with end
MEXICO CITY -(}NPQ-Naftall Tern; 13-year-old Kenyan, on the Scoreboard Joe Cooper) for a 39-yard TO.
recently became the first told medal winner of the 1968 r Clarence Love of Tennessee The Rattlers grossed a 161
Olympic Games when he compered Mexico City's high altitude State bobbled the opening kickoff yards r.. against IJi*
and opposing trackmen from several D&Uou'to will the 10.0 0 rw r and Ted Lyons recovered for Tigers and Riley completed
meter ran in 29 minutes and 27.4 seconds! Naftall, winner of the the Rattlers on the Tigers 20- eight of 16 for 52 yards.
1966 British Games In the same event, outstrkted Namo Wolfe FOOTBALL yard line Riley tried to throw Shannon completed 12 of 12 for
of Ethiopia by two)yards with Mohammed Gammoudl of Tunisia COLLEGE on the first play and was thrown 202 yards and one touchdownS .
placing third In the Ail-Mrlcan winners circle. Trl for a four-yard loss Halfback S had two of his passes Inter-.
: I ; Hubert Glnn then lost tour yards .cepted t
FRAZIER DEFENDS SouthernGambling on the next play u the Tiger A
NEW YORK-((NPI)-Hard-fighting Joe Frailer of PhOadelpfala pushed the Rattlers back to the Valley
Fort :
will defend the New York mslon of the world heavyweight 26-yard line.
borlne title against Oscar BonaTcna of Argentina In December. On the third play Riley began '
Further details on the boot will be announced later. + College his patented scramble leaving Score 46-12:
}. many would-be taeklers- ;
ALL-AMERCAN SELECTOR : -.,.. sprawled In the backfield until !
ROCHESTER, N.Y.. (NPQ) Football kingmaker Eddie yt ltll"t oar.-rr.wwaao-....- he found end Alfred Sykes all' Over Miles -
Robinson of GrambUng College .In Louisiana recently was named } /. 'MOIIS eueooot I.I'. \ x"'1"-... ,r .. ;'. "'. alone in the end tone for a FORT VALLEY -.Fot
t member of a 24-aun committee of coaches selected to pick 111IR 26-yard scoring tossSix Its
'alley State College's Wild
the first Kodak CoUeee Dlrlslon AU-Amerlcan football team. minutes later the Rattlers
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J. 5'Y scored again when Love fumbled won their third e olllecuuhlodbaU :
Robinson,under whose tutorship GrambUne has developed many ,.
top-flight players for professional football, was named to the again and the Rattlers recover game here by scor nc
a convincing 46-12 win ov r
ed at the Tennessee State 21-
District 4 sector of the committee alone with Jack Clayton of
Northwestern(La.)State Collect and John Ben, East Tennessee yard line. The Tigers held in Miles College's Golden Beats,
State College. three plays but FAMU field of Birmingham, Ala., on t ie
goal specialist Horace Lovett Annual I Igt School Seniors'and.T
OUTFIELD DSWAMCE kicked a 37-yarder to put the Cads'' Day. _

ST. LOUIS-(NPQ) -The National League champions St Louis Rattlers in front 10-0. Freshman halfback KellyDawsey
Cardia1acquired Insurance their key right field position by In the second quarter Tiger rambled l'7)'UeIIOGthe

obtaining Vada Plnson, JO, from Cincinnati to replace Roger I LJaplHne J"the quarterback Bob Shannon Fort first play Valley from to scrimmage put the Cats
Marts who retired after the 1961 World Series The acquisition grtalroaclasabetweeaCrambUag J College and Texas Southern promote tilt big pat. Previewing one promoMonal sneaked over the one.cllmaxlnga .ahead 6-0 with 14:44 left in'the'first
of Plnson, In exchange for relief pitcher\ Wayne Granger and in Houston's Astrodome on November I has received the all-out posterl were William A. SUplch, Schlltt director of marketing 71-yard drive to make the quarter. JB. WiniaSns
outfielder Bob Tolan, is In keeping with the Redbirds emphasis, support of the Joseph Schliti Brewing Company. Various pot t- .services and Mra. Raby Davis Collier secretary\ to a company score In the 107.third Rattler kicked the PAT for a. quick
quarter
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OB speedy base runners. (1-,,'. materials and rad announcements by Schllta helped marketing executive la Milwaukee, who'attended Cramtting bead coach, lake Caliber, put in 7-0 lead t_

BENEFIT BOOSTERS Les Aifeles Rsw Merle Odea A&T Flanker Mentioned For Kodak fullbacks James Owens Robert at the Lampkln same time and, The roared touchdown-hungry again with Wildcats LSI
CHICAGO- (NPQ r Hearing that a proposed benefit banquet a tactic Mused to control the 'remaining in the Initial peiod
for U cx-heavywelght\ boxing ebampioa Etxard Charles was -Wnie 10 tOIJCb4 won to lead 'ball earlier la the season. when senior QB David Taboo
Talks f Irelses Aid lady Hits. GREENSB030, N.C.
floundering because: of insufficient support at the boa office, two *
TD to
Pearson, All-ClAA flanker atAAT A&T in scoring but season. The Rattler ground game wu rifled a 10-yard pas
Ben and Joe
prominent Chicago promoters Bentley flghtmu
tollman, bare decided to take a,peraoaaltWld In the promotion. NEW YOUK "We really do lit m. animals, trying to claw State University, bU been la the Aggies' first three contained in the first half by flanker Ronnie Lowe.WUllalis'
LU Pro tackle Merits this be scored the Tigers but Glnn Owens and PAT wu good u Fort Valley
The rescheduled Charles Benefit will be bald November 11 in ODe another apart la there. admits mentioned u a poteatlal games year ,
hams exclusive Interview lathe five touchdowns the 21yearold -. Lampklns drove In around and glad 114.0lead.Miles' f
la
the Grand Ballroom and tickets may be purchased from Ben !sea of the Los Angeles u member of th* Kodak All- ,
Bentley. Chicago Bulls ttl N. La Sails Street Chicago. The current Issue of SPOBT Maraun .. Americans. The national team Pearson played high school over the Tiger u FAMU racked Anderson HowardTntercepted -
Olsen, explaining\ whittle Uk* to and I don't want it dos to will be selected by a panel ball for Caner High.la Winston- up two touchdowns In the third a pass and returned
benefit for Charles who is 111 will include dinner and film
la pro football's world of the me. Few do. or there would of th* American Football SalemHe period. It eight yards to the Fort Valey
of the of the .
showing greatest
fights century.letkne
interior lineman, says MWe be nor serious Injuries than Coaches Association is .-0 and weights 19S. Riley bit spill end MeivlaJones 10. Halfback Jalfts Colfns
CookM.1 WiMcits Tike get" so bruised and battered and there are. Sometimes rm Word of Pearson's nomination Pears is majoring business with a one-yard scoring toss and raced around right end for the
tired w* sometimes wind op twisted in sock a way that tt* wu received this week from admlalstratloa and mlnortng in Gina climated 41-yard Golden Dtarl'first TD with Ul
playing la sort of coma By opponent could break my neck th* Kodak Co.pnll1ea4- accounting He U a son of Mr.: coring drive wilt sevenyardburst left la the first quarter. lh*
Oi SC. lilUogs In Homecoming the end of the first halt, four u easy u lIII PIDc'taf1DCtr.. quarter la Rochester, N.Y.A and Mrs. Willie Pearson, 1707 oft tackle to give the PAT wu wide and the Wild As*
instincts have taken over. By B be did, be might kill me," native of Wlnilon-Salem, Prospect Street, wtutoa- Rattlers a ZS-to-'Iteld. lead wu trimmed to eight,
The 8Ian .ccdmu College Wildcats will face Its stiffest the tad ,of ate, you're eonelades Olsea la the PORT N.C., Pearson is .la this final. Salem. NC. Run found the rang again 14-6. *
competition to-date,when they take on the stroogSouth Carolina U animal. Magatln lAter,,". season for the Aggies. He ** **** In the last quarter when he ran ''CONTINUED ON PAGE 14
State Builders in a gala- homecoming contest at Welch Stadium, "But w* have off own code
Daytona Beach, at ZOO p.m.. Saturday, November t, 1961. of ethics\ continues Olsen inf :i
'The Wildcats: enjoying' one or universtP 'is\ fdio.t.hoc-. ? pie IpohT1rrrtlch.; *,'fl's not
heir best seasons, have scored number two'' taunt U raining> *L written down but everyone recognises -S S
Mbr1M"oda'r rICO 'potdl:7b4 with an l-point\ game average what U,and what is BIG'3""D:4Y'tilt." : ::
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sparkplug bf the offensive attack per carry. not acceptable coidect >
Is Alfred Haywood 190-pomd The defensive unit anchored Violence, viclotsatis and -
speedster from ,oasmvwe.nr by two pro prospects and a brutality a ri bulb t Into the -
versatile sophomore Is lightning-fast middle guard.Defensive game, but there U a line drawn FALLCELEBRATION
leading the SlACCoaf er eece end Johnny Allen, a between what yoacaa: and cannot
with more than 60 points and MS-pouader from Winter Part, do U you want to keep your
1s ranked number 9 in the Fit, and Willie Browa a 250- bead screwed la place Usually,
nation, according to the latest pound defensive tackle, have tt comes down to a matter of
NCAA Ratine Chan He has turned in great performances degree ifs guy puts oa abone- N v
cored in. every game to-4ate. all season which have the pro crushing tackle and it 1s legal,
Wildcat quarterback Chute scouts smiling The surprise "I all right e.eo If be breaks
Wright who leads the conference defense warrior has been Winston the ballcarrier la halt. If however
with a 45.1 punting .'eracea. Mack, a 210-pound middle after the maa is down,
also ranked In the top 10 nation guard who is credited with tl be beads and breaks th* :i
ally. The senior field general unassisted tackles to-4ai runner's leg he's gone too tar. I tier
has tossed for mar than 400 The South Carolina State College When you come right downto THURSDAY, fRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY
yards and has found the mark Billdogs under the it," says the Rams' All-Pro
six times for TDs. Beginning direction of Ores Banks, will tackle, "your lit U at stakeout
the season with all MW receivers be a welcomed group to the there Fm DOt a weak mss 1 '
his favorite target has Daytona Beach area for its and I've bad quarterbacks beat one I Urge group of ilUwool worsted
turned out to be Ralph Wise of the first time they have appeared under me la sock a way that
Miami who came in u a substitute her in five years. The fd only hav to twist them a
the second half of the pmt wu moved to Jacksonville Little to end their careers. I FALL SUITS
Kentucky State contest sad in an effort to handle the overflow don't do tt because I dual vast
grabbed 6 of 7 passes. The crowd for two stralgnt + \
190-poen Junior has takes over flow' crowd for two straight Witch This 1 (llll Sill 'tflpldl WltfttS) r ;
u Iks Wildcats leading years. The Bulldogs will be led I
receiver. He caught I of 10 by Quarterback Benjamin Blr- Clowi "
against Alka University and tow, a Jones High graduate( of reduced
95
ooeTD. Undo, Fla. 51 73 H \
Bead coach Jack UcCUiren: The highly-boated South to J
this year has relied heavily on Carolina group has produced 14'iii 12 h
a running game. He boasts one sack outstanding professional
ortllebeenestbieWeldilAthtAU.colluUCt players u Deacon Jones of the l 4 f.
fallback Los Angeles Rams "Fearsome to
Reg.
Anthony Grlsby, Z05-posad. Foar", Jon Glliiam, New \I S t
Willie Benjamin and 220-pound Orleans Saints and R.C.Gambleof Lw 68d 95 i"'I e.
Stanley Phillips.\ Grlsby. who the Boston Patriots, a candidate ,.1 .,
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TUMBLING, La. Grambllng's Rambling Tiger Marching The battle between Teat Southern.and Crtmbllng, scheduled
Band, masters break in the football action, will be a part 'Saturday night when the Louisiana team face Teas Southern 1 TSU President Granvflle Sawyer commented, "ne Astrodome
in Houston's Astrodome. There Is more truth than and a tremendous dram Conference. Its t great tIIInc for the SWAC and w* at

fiction to the tale about section,' Hutchlnson says. 'TS0 will utlllte the total resoarews of<< the 1II1'n11tf to ensure
CrambUng that it is harder to' The GrambUng band played at the success make the band than the football the 1964 American Football '. While the schedule lists the game as TSlTshomeconilng, k will
team-which is Impressive League title game, the first 1z raise be a homecoming considering the Tigers hare Super Bowl and numerous yN' funneled some 60 players into national TV appearances for & The fast and high stepping Tiger marchlngband thrflledlOe pro
pro football. AFL and NFL attractions. r football fans la the Astrodome oa October 6,when they performed
I Grambllng's marching outfit The Astrodome show on :before the game at halfllme
--/ widely acclaimed u the Saturday will be third nation's most exciting college appearances the CrambUng conference championship. Both coaches, Eddie RobIDsoG hand. If TV exposure is any band will make before regional :' and Clifford Paul criteria, director COD ra dHutclllnlon' or national TV audiences this respective teams look forward to this game more thaa any other
high-steppers can fall.Hutchlnson's. one on the schedule and that the effort put out U far end away

easily claim the crown.I band has 131 the best of the season .
Already this year, they per members and even draws a i GrambUng is the defending conference champ but most people
formed before 64,000 at Yankee crowd on campus while feel that TSU is the team to beat this year. The 22-year series
Stadium _.000 at an Oiler practicing for their next appearance 4t between the two schools stands this way TSO 10 wins, C amb-
tilt In Houston, and before unaccountable In fact, it is a toga up lag I wins, and t games ended up m ties. ,
4 thousands during when it becomes time to decide r Fans who ton out for the Wckoff: at I p.m. oa November t,
J a street parade in Harlem.. who will get the football field \ should be treated to aa offensive show.CrambUag's .
New York writers viewed the for practice, the band or the quarterback, James Harris, Is regarded u a top
scene with amazement, sayingIt grid team. pro prospect. Harris has good size (M, >10 pounds) and teams
is the first time they ever Already having appearedbefore "r 1 i with aa excellent receiver, flanker Charlie ',Joiner, to give
saw members of a band 115,000 fans stadiums ,; 'rat.3LL I CrambUng a One pasting game. The running attack features
swamped by autograph seekers. this year, the band has been ; a baby ton backflled< that includes MS pound fullback Henry
j The celebrated group shuffles seen by millions oa television r >I Jones and UO pound halfback Willie Armstrong..
through fast cadences of 20 tt will appear at the halftime i TSU a ou nts rs with tile 'WAC' top PUIU last year, DaYld
steps per minute. MOlt bands I ue cadences which vary from November 10 and its New 'J I also boast the conference leader In pass catches,spilt end Kenny
4 130 to US beats. Orleans Saint tilt in New Burroughs. Only a Junior, Burroughs has excellent heads and
"Our success is based on the Orleans December 15. 4 showed wlmi kind I Among the stars at the flU enabling game la the Astrodome Bob Holler is one tad cadaDCe,a symphonic sound- fIDl records U a schoolboy la Jscksonvlll, FIG Tight end B.
on November S wW be James Harris, No. 14, quarterback. Be Southern team and will be seen lathe Astrodome on November la X. Foster wound ta fourth la the conference la catching
j is I.e. weights 210 pounds, and Is being watched for top pro one pass
Vt TAKE DEALS- OThERS REFUSE possibilities. After
aa early setback: at the Alcora AAU. Grumbling his
I r.o vMTiNrnKi: ArrncvK.n: ON sroi rebounded quite strongly. The Tigers toppled previously uobetiea
CONSTITUTION Fighter for TSUI ld ( ofl and nationally-ranked Tennessee State M-S1 and then beat

__ Mississippi Valley for their third win la a row. Only Jackson
j $1951Ind TALLAHASSEE (NPI) .,, 1.rr.-, kldK State, 0ra.DabUac"11aoIHe0lllfD&opponent,stands la the way before

wn Voting for or against a new .. .., ",,,-c-'Jt. n .....,. Astrodome clastic.
constitution for the State : fit' r.\Dti.ursEnANjDi::viiji: Sl7Di: Florida will take place on .i' la the SWAC. The Texas-based Tigers have U uchUalahed
: ...., atlt 'ltc. .INpnwt.b7 November 8. The new constitution milt ATTACXruhlr conference slate. Southern, Inky and Alcora MM have all

nnrIJR\: rOtr"n: . $2093 la light of recent and strong *, like fottbeJl: require fallen and Coach Clifford Paul's Tigers have a week off to rest
.. va. ..w.no PIN civil rights directives, will. ". e. bit M *trn c7. AMa sad nend their bumps aDd br'...... TSWs only setbacks have
Ss 11.\nT 2.nn. $1095Mtotnp carry this quotation: "No per tood job of"doubto Minlnc" ben at IM bands .. wW work lIMIt u wU on bwh-
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rM. PUIf1/1ItV shall be of .
deprived << the road
son any ful bMM M doe on a brvle- coming oa to utlonany-nakvd teams.
I PONTIr RONNKVII.I.R. ; .imii right because i >t vvr N.Pf t Mae r 41 it* ,tl"t"wml rtt CAM *APPN MiitMkxri niton." la addition, t clause aka WMT IbfciBf teas evidently bees cleared up with David Mays spin coming to the

tAMr.i.tn: AMKRICAN .* miff relating to segregation la aN ttmumit la fladinc fieNtbt fore. Mays, the SWAC's top passer a year ago has food the
..'.,.,.. Ait 'nwqavwa.ff schools aDd to Intermarriage _Mn il. of I.re sad range.
relates rp4* M e. pall wIsr
I' r.nrK I.KSARRK: ": ,11225' bas been deleted. ..", nay W n.w.c esplb sA Mays'twarAremnstlerswU a supreme compliment paid to the
rvw*. u tnr. :'Ifs"dPI* rvt I*ft twf rtf ff r MI*. IIItoftwy ........... w we ofW Baton fioage youngster. Said TSO mentor CUtfortf Paul, "1
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WEAR IT NATURAL or INswweet. II WcWt iae.aawewead. remember one high school game when the opposltloa put tIP a
AA s IIJNTI.M' ....:M.S < 'IXKIH ..CMSv ? one-mas line plod .... everybody dropped back oa pass
aI j *. cnMCMi witMt..':'. *r IPAwN.NM pAPP.NIP,. reels "......... COMB IT STRAIGHT WoN CUIUIIr off tram the defense. Despite this, Mays picked them U1 with bis passes.
.. dock: spend a few minute toetoill
.''' 'Antl.I.M' .:DORADO ,f 59S Day. ,1..1bs' .:: : a .eeeiton with your pertMT. Crambtiag coach Eddie Robinson 1s Justly proud ot his signal-
".. Indira ,At,,,.,r.AUANIrll --.-.. DUOUM UM "ptaytnc tMfIU caller, James Harris. The M, 110-pound( senior bad bas tart
Iii ('ADII.L\t' SKDAN: DKVIU.K: .: .MS3S ,"\ 1m..' blttli 4 : bejrs rocky polnU weed early lathe season when Grambling sustained both losses but
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I lh tod*. dropoOa,eta Bow I* owctttwr Harris has com oa strong of lste.uw
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I I 1 Ie.ws.NI ;4j't; ,..1 .-... .11"'" .. Yankee Stadium. any the wayi hei pate drew .LjOOOtaas,
OVER 100 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM! ...SP t'ni'.MaW the pIM of ttuck I* m*. most grfeattpprro pulling for CrambUag.) Robinson went oa, "He
We Take Drain Where Others Refute I' A LwW .; Peer pad out, etch man I* aivea 1s a pr apec Pro stouts call me at all hours to ask
Credit' Approved on Spot I r' iota ...- \\ epectfla enlsnment ta e. me about him. I'. reached the point BOW where I answer the

MURRAY'SMAIM \ boa&r. ushigh and, -IV hit oIoubit *m phone and. without saying hello, shut out by saying that Harris
DftUtlNQ low has good sis aDd should make It big la the pros.
c R. S. EVANS POMADE The Crambllag-TSO. showdown, hilled U the First Astrodome
U the water are strife and
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I n..........ii M**.IW*IMUMMV UuU *r MIT tA*t.Unt VM you!. ta Uw (Ub. ndta| Mac. Clastic. reta underway at 1.00 p.m. November S. Ticket prices
I ulit as ..t u4Mvturs youll probably *toot to troll. ,tare 23,$5 and $I, aU..u reserved. ee tickets are available.
"M.. w -a : David Mays Is one I :: ;:.t=: ) Texas Sos hen University and Us ticket
3rd & MAIN a d.r. la the November I at
j game against CrambUng oa the. low Ad ntddie,or middle aDd 'outlets
GrambUng
nrwoi NODOCTS toIM Astrodome. lower depth CM be teeudBlmulUiMmuly. University aDd all five FoUyl stores is
Ie CkMMle ".....&***, MwkifM 4USIJ The tnihore, .Houston.
EL44 2
.:4-MB1 OPEN 'TIL 9:30: P.M
.
.-. MSter work the ehkUowectorrt.
I UB- 4.T ri.iT. "aT* Fort Valley .. while the otUhore: rod GRA-Y Tag Foothill
probe* deeper-*a tOdeat,

I eay pick in? you bet !, .:...... .- Scores 46.12 Aour When a *carob vlns tub amnsMiienL ex*spot known, tfinerenteombtnaUon to" beta League Lists Busy Schedule

ot lure would
The Jessie W. Word Memorial Cra-Y
Football
Over be Intel: floaters aDd elnken.apoon Tag League,
,al l Miles ad plus ... sponsored by the James Weldon lob a.. Bra act greyhound :. BRAND NEW .. b the second serious color of the tune has announced that rMII\pI"'p games will Le played oa

i i 1965 VW .: split end Edward quarter White snagged senior lure."Gansiaf .f" to this ss_ will Thanksgiving b* played week the ead following holidays.Saturday Aay pal, with called the time andci place rain

.. I II. two touchdown passes from may arks Ml eap.ef..Mlllt to be arranged by the program director...
I.
Tattoo The w + aa-a& to -
Lady Bug first came with psav n fcatf
t. .: 1144 remaining and covered rte tte Mersey US*. The There are two divisions a tar 7 Lit, I PA. Moecrlet
SEDANAUTOMATIC 14 yards while the second esty srb II INI tae dl ued Capital DlTlsloa, all Gra-Y /-1, il5 p m. Ihpgatdyd,
e ,is :! a' U-rard effort wltt l.<8 latU we *ffpreifbee same ttot eJMnU*. be wed *4tte clubs, art R.L. Brows Long JMp.m.B.LBrowa.
Bran" sell-Cons nu a, November IS U-U I ...
'
1. Both PAT attempts failed, but Instead ot eopyioc your part- .
,1. r Fort Valley led 16-%. sera choice of hire, map oa George Washingtoa Carver, Ribs E. Payne; 11-14 J:15,
STICK SHIFT Halfback Patrick Loadoa what mlcht be bar next aeleo- B.Y. Dames SX Bull a a* Forest Part; *.*, l:30 p.m.
l. scampered 11 yards for Miles' ... Moacrief Elementary.b Uvilla lid '.10. 1:4S.: Isaiah.
.1 14I second TO with Ulleft lathe the Century Division anOn Stacker.
; fl .. first half. The point attempt Depository Of f Black -r clubs, are A.L. Lewis November 14: ..1, 9 p...,
.' and Fort I.'. Livingston Isaiah Black YMCA; 5-4 J.JO, Hull aDd'-',I
t. tau Into the drowning room Music Beiig .r, Forest Parker, Rufus E. 1-4, J JO p.... UulL
I CatlinGriffin- S at the halfway nark. Payne, Carter G. Woodsoa and NoveaLerr 11: 1-t. I p....
Freshmaa linebacker darts Grand Park. Long )ranch; S-4, JJJ p.m,
I 7 Little Intercepted at Golden Listed At Dillard November 8: 2.13, S p... C. YMCA; Z-X 5:15. Daraell9:45 -
.
SAT MATINEE5.1:30ITI.
1 POST liME. I'M : Bears' pass and returned NEW OBLEANS (KPO-A 0. Woodsoa 1-14, S:13 p.m. : P.m., MoacrieL .

;. |; 108 yards for another Wildcat national depository S45'1stlabBleck.Other
1 1'r Volkswagen J TO 9:90 j- INC With 14.-4J remaining!: la the in the Dulled States and er. and 1M4. ISO p.m.. Woodsoa.

: .:arI1OUUOI ewhw,M door etcu poplins art co.UIUImwI1. f: 1250 lAST Ilk ST game, Dawsey galloped U yards some parts of Europe 1s being setups follow; Novem
yU for a TO, Williams added the established at Dillard Ubiver
354-9093 If PAT for a 40-1S lead and the city. "little Auierlcei" At letknekites.

-LLI ZtJ R It.R: Wildcats still venal through The proJect. Jut gettlag
.f'ick-tock..tWk-tock. underway, will be executed by
.. Well With Dleie tuners
; Dr. Frederick D. Ba.U.recently .
the Bourbon thatdidn't * named professor of music A former ""Little AU-Aaerleu" at. Be&u&e-Cookmaa-

: .emeritus and composer and College, Daytooa Beach a aei face Is turning more frequently<
I f hlstorlaa resldeaceatDUlart. lid staying longer la the Saa Diego Charger interior offensive
watch the clock! / line.C .
"Our aim Is to
orgaalse'collection a that Mitt's f
status 1
ti/frtrinf a question of oaftnt ration.
I of source materials asa "pat band" at the start ot. think if you .know you're going
that will be used la education "
The.season oft tts 1961 perfore.uc" to start, you sews to have the
OLD CHARTER to Dr. Ball who
according says
of
the
presence Larry concentration you seed. know
that so far u he knows, thereIs Tjttij at left aaabI '
card a that shouldn't bat U le.
t finest Bourbon so similar storehouse otiaformatloain point It Isat because bel daD t study
Kentucky's .FiB : the UattedStates. |.|ttH put la more tau hall my playbook either.**
the game against the New York Starting a regular season game
Q1
7 old 1 ;; Dr. B&U. former professor of Jets and three quarters plusagainst Is oae thing Little .has don U
I yean N Y musk and coordinator of 00lard'
JaD4'.BaJdtra.This a goal for this sessoa. He
1,. mislc program will was the most consistent spread appeared la 10 games as B
.tIt
; ,; STATE collect: and assemble boa of action ..'. had la two rookie last year and started
:
published works and manuscripts with the
seasons Chargers. a pre-suengame igalast Oaklaad -
as well as phonograph "Good Job" was the rating bey this summer. Most of all
SENATOR records, microfilms, biographical received from the coac.lac'staff duty has been oa a special
P and history books and- far his work against New alt teams aDd this was where
DEMOCRAT any other material available, OB York Things didn't go quip be caught fpt htt' eyes."He's .
t tr the
DISTRICT subject chegroesisanlo.
s U well against the Raiders. exception at blocking
The musical range covered "I made more mistakes, oa kick I returnssaid Joe
rt i pod poalacal sda q unen,, PIM, Madro who coaches the
Ty fad /or by C W. B&W bwufod popular lid will Include church said Little, B big; quiet maa offensive line, IadlcatilclUlu
11 -:. auk and Rug from Miami. "I was blocking .a free ageat from Betheae-

( i ** * a aJ" VO T E the those wrong mistake maa" oa most of been Cocau considered College the Little.foremost badnt

: I "1'. something I bops to get
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Three Nil Wfco Help Others earl Monster On Grambling's Team Lends To Power of Tussle I



Host of them art likely lobe problems are cur 'until'1971 '1%$-JOIIDd; Junior, tamed Into a Young guards have 'been In* tilt first half of the campaign..
GRAMBUNG, La. Coach on display Saturday night whit because troth Calrla Lewis Is tmlMowr at fallback when begot presslve, Including 121-poond While Coach Robinson.ha.been
Eddie Robinson of Grambling the "100 Yards to dory" boys averaging over 41 yards per his first real opportunity ,Junior linebacker Edward sweaflnit oat the usual mistakes'
,, may be a little bit flora: about take on Hoi stoa's Astrodome.OM kick and pots them WI to mini to play against Mississippi Watson, ISO-pound soph Allen made by youngsters early to
\If losing a couple of pout this bright spot for Robinson mine possible retires. Valley. Virgil Robinson Is a Montgomery and 225poundsoph the campaign his crab hasperformed -
season but UM perennial producer is back-up quarterback Frank The flock of young offensive' soph swiftly at halfback who Scott Lewis. Perhaps tbe well considering fat
h o* professional football Holmes of Mobile, Ala. When backs at Grambling delights-. has also been impressive. biggest surprise Is the play of 53-maa spud contains 12 payers
talent Is all smiles over the All-American candidate James Coach Robinson. Frank Lewis:; The rest of the new crop really freshman Sol Freelong, a 280- who are either froth or
performance of some of his, Harris vas hart in the opener is a soph wingback who is the runs into the beet category. pound guard who wasnt even sophs.Grambllng's.
young Tiger C'bI" and missed most of three dab's leading receiver, Terry Williams 1s a 130-poand here at the start of tall practice. defeasive
Pro scouts are also drooling pass Holmes stepped la to averaging a TO pass per game, Junior tight end who carries The monster is soph tackle UCOadlt11aeIadelDII1.t
,
;,-- ever some of the young boys but perform like a veteran instead and also Is a breakaway threat. oat blocking and receiving assignments Benny Taylor, aSZS-pcamdsapb Bonn, almost a certainty togo
". ,, they are going to hare to wait of u toe1perfnadEgdcaore. while carrying the ban. with authority; Billy from New Orleans. John Gee to the pro ranks after fro
T'. :=.. _tJI\ several years until Coach Amos Aqast1De1l1l55-poaDd Willie Armstrong Is a,120-( Manning Is a 130-pound soph Is a 260-pound soph, Robert more campaign with Tigers' ;:
Robinson reaps his dividends scatback who is the chief pant .pond soph halfback with paver center who Is a delight towatch Jones Z65.poIIDderIDdCera14 If so, he will be the third of
since they fit the Grambling returner and kickoff return: and speed. Both he and Frank and 120-pound Junior Robert Fields a 180-pounder, both the Grambling Bowell brother**'
Bold of being mobile, acne artist who has dauled the fans Levis operate In the first string Williams seldom lets anything sophs. All of the young tackles to go the pro route. *'.
and hostile. on occasion. Robinson's.. .backflald. William O'Neal a round the corner at his end. have seen extensive daring ,
.clllAGO- Ada I. McUatey Job Trataug Center here wu .
dedicated recently. Above an shown three important personages. -. -
At tt* left U Winiain J.Sprafgus, vice president of the board

:'of Director directors Ralph of tbe Burlingham MeXinley ls Services In the center.Organisation Warner Executive Hudson, If you're wondering why more and more millions of your

assistant director, stands at the right Mr.Borllnghamls signing
the commitment papers wttalhe Equitable Ufe_Assurance Society* fellow Americans are turning to Governor Wallace:
of the United> States for Oaoo. to be used in s I t t ing op tilt ,
facility. Mr.Spraggas Is president of IheJ.C.Me Brad Company ,
of Cbics o. This..center, Is the largest privately-sponsored
pre CaUcai facility In Chicago and helps at the moment more
than 100 Soun Ciders to acquire new skills.and Jobs. The toot
will soon reach 100. Coarse being taught incude tile operation
.'of nower Bering machines,appliance repair and key punch data
processing apparatus. The Center loan Is put of Equitable'
ItS-mUlion commitment In tbe insurance Industry billion-
dollar program to help rebuild underprivileged areas and to
encourage lob-prodscteaterprLa In American cities. t
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Your Good_ HealthASTHMA '


are still made, but the vast
V
Asthma has long" recognised majority of those lOW la nte.are :
a* an allergic disease. small and fit over tbe
Other actors, however, may pupil*fad. ,
contribute to Its eavse. Emo*: The contact were made
tlooal stress, although seldom of glass. These bad the disadvantage -4. f
If ever the *ote canee,stay nre* that after three or
clpttat an attack, especially la tar month of wear, they had
chOdr** to be replaced because the
H the become chronic chemical action of the tear '
the severity. of the asthma Is cancel ftea to become cloud!. 4 :
greatly Increased. Repeated attacks Tbe plastics now ujed to mike M
of respiratory infection ,contacts but much longer. r; + l sr :
also ell ease or aggravate For persons with some types -
0.'
:.sm.*. A sudden cold speVny' of sprawl disease, coataetlease ;_ -. 4V:
trigger : cub blindness. Keratoceeae -
attatrte with a Is aa III.ph.
cough and. dwncalty breathlag. -' Contact art also greatly 4 S fR, gyp/f y
As It progresses, the apf reclated by nearsightedteenage" b '
eoufhlsf and gasping art associated who understandably
win wheeling. The ,hale to wear &tu*. I
attacks eat often be attributed: Athlete also And contact
,to tbe tehakttoa dhow duet laws a great boon, a* do
Besides soot and Bat, house parson who have had a lease. m"Every
lest r7 eaataIa t'ud.Id& t. removed persons whose' neartfr .
Means, the mold that cause u necesittites the
liar'8*. 1\1.1.a4.. .* boss .wearing of very heavy naattractive .
fowl to be especially bad ter I if***** and person.
.,._...QIoI ..... .. :. who aunt .1t1I dlsi sea that
"QUIha. Are'tAestwd'N tm t'krf'MI.enle $ ...&1ear
vefep aihM few bON It the'r piece i 'ordinary spectacle '
mother ls asthmatic tau If Che very uncomfortable. E"4r
father ha.* this disease This goat persons, especially
the disease Chose who have chronic eonJuatttvttl -
1tr real through dross or'glucose, caa1
contact Farther avideae that wear contact -.. Those who
WIll true Is the act DIll tall- Ire put W ar* also likely to
.,ma Is store commoata brothers haw trouble getting see tothem.
or sister la the name bed... Person who mast work
to those who sleep to separatabeds. in avery dusty atmosphere _
or who an U danger of aptash- 4 m* .
The first step la the treataktnt tag Irritating chemical: la their
of astama 1s to find and..eliminate ."" Ibo. I not wear them
the causa. For acute because did or chemicals
attacks, laaalatlea of eptaepkrlae under the Iowa case severe
through a* atomiser Injury before the Irritant can
anally gives prompt relist be washed out
When the attack arc free Properly fitted contact lease*
gist and pro-kBfed<<, a email WU18Gt damage the eye unless t
dally dose of one of the cor- unhygiaale method ar aed
.
ttsoM.Jfta drag ls aelpfst to maert or remove themUltboofh -
Minute ejection of. an av: many people moisten
tract of the torelca protein that their contact with saliva this
cause* the attacks given over s hoald not be done), they ar*
a period of several weeks,will Aora too long Ohey shoild not
desensitise the vtettm and ward be won during sleep) or they
off attacks. Use! this isttaoatty -. art won when a*eye infectionUpraent
wear off,the treatment must
repealed once or teic a yr. Contact lenae. do bass theya
CONTACT Vim advantage oat u. thought.
of the
the seacttrrtty
contact ban.
tense
Although eoneal Infection .
-A* a rasalt a
been made for M81IIIIJ.ftrO nigh rot be recognised II itssuited --3
not popular lid certain and most easUy earabla
improvement were developed.The .- ... .i
di
older Ian*** were Larges .
d covered the white of the action must beto !
eye. a* wen a* the pupil*. VOTEniilir every
Improved MUM* of this type 5 r

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nicest
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', ,, Y .bourbon We must settle the Vlbia..cOilfllct. at the peace table : .


ever to come or on the battlefield .At leric ns cannot stay there forever. r ;X

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Kentucky.Find I.':
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George ,Wallace know there are no easy answers to -
.Viet Nam. Moet of you are concerned and perplexed Gev. Wallace Fw _Presktont' rlimlir ;
about this prpblem. Too much has been said. Too .

N little has been done. .. if Tnr fliriii, hllit. till laMAIIACE4IIIHN" /. }

But that facts are dear.We are in Viet Nam whetherwe : "

like it or not,and everything we do should injure .. ; '- '

out that the 500,000 American over there. are brought """ "Wi. :!
e Niurtliliss i fid Fir"lUUCMIIFFir' -
home. soon as poulble. .,9, .. ,

for yourself: Governor Wallace hope and prays that the peace ill s .

.: talks going on in Paris are succcMfuU but if theM fo '
only sls. political and diplomatic negotiations do not succeed Is A Viti Fir, :'}1 :

then we mutt rely on our military leaden to finith .:. '
the Job with conventional weapons if that is potci r- 'IUAC "h.Ar ,( '._ ,;; t' '.
P-W' peUlkal. aAmtlMiiMnl .( MM W.IUo CmMlM >. MftfcJ .
ble. In short the other
one or .bringour
way we mutt
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TEETHING ,III EClllliSt TAKI ALONG PLINTT Of ,dew Orlens

HOUSE FOR SALE PAIN? to Borne promote and croop better demonstrator electric His NMS "Ii

2337 W. lit St. off McDutt.Z living. Good opportunity with I (
I.-- Hiircits 75t' bediooras. Corner Bungalow. Million of enrely excellent working condition ICE TV Pasitleis
: --- :
; Recently decor. Like new. Tile on laby OKA-JO. I liquid. and benefits. Transportation
., Put on-piln' 10... furnished. A Bachelor DegreeIn NEW ORLEANS (NPQ -
bath 4 kit. Owner-389-1597.
1 1t..1 Process es.)2, .50 Recommended.by intnypedlitrlelini. teun. Rome Economics from aa The Crescent City is probably
uijr accredited university Is re- 1H Isiill JIll tnmr ] the only one In the nation which
lulmrills WED IF WRRRIiifi tillif. Carries Goody quired. Interviews 1:00 a.m. can boastof having If e,ro IIemplO'td
Ais. iktr Fad ffi.4 .
8 It'l FOR HE MANS"Stail Housekeeping ual.Ask warranty I throsgh 12 noon, Monday till *$llil s .< ..... ,,,- ,,, la the news and other
BARBER COUEGEJNC Your Own Import Business pharmacist for tIrcIaP.Friday.,Room SOS, 101 Osnl lei I fid! Ci. department{ of an television
( --s
BABY
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Sooth caD .
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Afro Shop, etc." Fifth Street, ,or eye t l>k at. Ill stations.
"raraJsl Barker, 898-2141, for appoint _.. l' M" -. One year' ago the newest tele.
(31, Iris St.355 t 'M74 Send$10.00 for our
9 I < I ment. vision station In the city-
'Dlr,? oryof African Exporter -
FLORIDA POWER CORPORATION thy Rut WWCM-TV-began Us opera-'
and addresses
: J Inn Rirlirin containing: names -
OPPORTUNITIES II of nearly 200 African BATTERY TRRRRLE 11 An Equal; Opportunity Employer, 6 Sown Own this with O.C.W. Taylor
: $ < ( $38 mo.' your veteran of newspaper, radio
A NEW CLASS STARTS
Exporters, products exported
BATTERY TROUBLE: Convenient
NO MORE own home. teteber
and retired princlpal: -
F: 1 FOR 1t EACH MONDAY mall rates, customs require FOR THE LIFE OF YOUR CA MOTEl schools, shopping t downtown. In the local public schools,u
t I menu etc. NATIONALLY 12 rooms, private bath $5.00 Can 724-4033. orssRealtyCo.: director: of special: programs.
;.I ENGINEERS: it ENROLL NRff. J t D EnterprisesP.O. WL ADVERTISED I 11 rooms, semi-private $4.00'Day Taylor has a three-hoar
Box 8626 time (semi-private)$3.00 Apt. Fir Rut program on Saturday morning
; I FINANCIAL ANALYSTS 1 Wuttngto: ,'D.C.'too II GUARANTEES NEW LIFE FOR Weekly Rate (plus tax) Fura.'apt. fo: rent 2966 Thomas from 9 to noon, with sections
t; 'BA degree in Finance or Economics,Masters and BECOME YOIM OWN: BOSS. OLD 3ATTEFIES\ LONGER UTl EDGEWIOR'MOTH CHIT St. 8 nice rms. Prlv.bath, devoted to religion, 'visitors,
1 degree preferred. Five years experience In I FOP NEW.BATTES INTEGRATED: else and water fnrn. Adults, ladles, news, sports sod talent.
banking financial I Institution or Industrial e R.C. YATES liST. .1 child 17.50 wk 388.6472 Associated with him are
,
: : concern In credit S911 U.8.1Cor.EdgewoodAve. Mrs. Barbara Nelson, society
; I to prepare orllmancLaluulysb.Atdllty' In New Location 4)5) TIllEYRIH IYE. Phone: '84-ooos-.A1ft,. pasFIR.iLhAltLiMtM lulir( Fisfcimttis editor Louisiana Weekly
magnitude. Will establish and operate a MRS. BENA.H1CHTOWER ANNOUNCES Newspaper, at t the helm rifts
': I financial Information center on prospective 1 THE RELOCATION OF SERVICE : 353.441SEW The Junior Fasnionettes Host ladles show; Jim Garrison ..
i customers, Investigating analyzing and fjI and Hostess Clnb will meet with ports;. Solomon Spencer,
: I reporting financial l i and operations data I IES CHARMETTE BEAUTY SHOP or AU AGES; Miss Brenda Borne, Saturday, general assistant; and Ladle
related to commercial marketing program.. NOW Take New IMPROVED!NATUTETABLETS : November 9, at 8 p.m., at 717 Hawkins, receptionist
,' I STRUCTURES ENGINEERS I 4229 Monerfef Rand West 1.: far that tired, randownfeeingH.tkeeps West 17th Streeet. Mrs. Elisabeth -
Is advisor.YlssDlaaRide
E., ANALOG/HYBRID APPLICATIONS ENGINEERS 765-9488 or 768-4371 C PAY LATER yo from Day ls president, Miss Catherine fISt Bethany
:y_.1 MASTER DIMENSIONS MATHEMATICIANS: 1 Complete Beauty.Service, Hair Styling, Wig enjoying life. Day, reporter. PAGESminister
COMPUTER GRAPHICS Styling and Wig Repairs. SIKfiER 100 Tablets $3.00; 200 Tablet CONT. FROM
AIRCRAFT COMPONENTS ENGINEERS I $5.00. $1.00 deposit oo COD'S. will'be the host la
Appointments.
'. I AIRCRAFT PUBLICATIONS ENGINEERS I Call Now For IIIIMIITEIJUNEWUSED .EMPIRE PRODUCTS ft SALES IR.MEMORIAM 969. SL Mart Baptist of New

: CIBTOUER FACI.iTIESENGINEERS-Rang/ Dept. FS Illool1606uBroadway, Berlin Rev. G.W. Jolla,
.' 'r., 1 Concrete experience I Chicago, .... ;. ". fUfr pastor, will Mtertaia the one-
BUYERS day session to February.
PLEASE REMEMBERTUESDAY #w.
I I ACCOUNTANTS I 1lcn SALES TRAINEES Outstanding I lilt o r s shared
r TIME AND METHODS ENGINEERSADMINISTRATIVE 35 be various services, Including:
fill
: I ANALYSTS Manpower I TO HELP Public service organisation Is Mrs. Joseph Jones of Jackson
Planning NOTHING DOWN sinking men and women to train and Rev. WJB. Kartafleld. of
ARC R A FT SPECIFICATIONS $5.00 PER. MONTH .4 sales and public relation Wichita, Kansas.
I Air Transport Association ENGINEERS-I FREE ESTIMATES ON. % 'esentatlves.imiCANTS.
GIFFORD GRANGEDEMOCRAT
OPERATIONS RESEARCH ANALYSTS
REPAmS CALL THE mill RE
1 SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMMERS
:SEWING MACHINE NO. Negro Leader
I' TEST INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEERS I 1. hoer 18 years of age
I MICROFICHE SPECIALIST 3173111VETERXNSI1 2. Willing to trala cf CONT FROM PAGE
SALARY ADMINISTRATOR $. Able to meet people creased by 40 per cent between
MANAGEMENT TRAINING COORDINATOR 4. Rave your own transpor- 196 and 1967. The total for
I PRICING AND CONTROL ANALYSTS I '. 'tation r 1961 is 1,400.Johnaoo .
mi Send your resume to: U.D. McDoialdC, FOR AM INTERVIEW CALL' l reports that hN1ctlais
.. Employment Manager,Lockheed-Georgia. FOR ,Mr. MllfcJ -4411 or write not yet over. The official
j Lockheed 1s an equal opportunity employer, MeW NO MONEY DOWN ,SSI, Drawer (88, Largo, continued: "The Department of
and a Plans for Progress Company. ,Labor's figures show that, II
STATE SENATE FOR A 3 01 4 i 1967, Negroes still constituted

i -- fI/J-- < BEDROOM 2111. ALL BRICK' :only Dumber S.I of per registered cent of the appreatieeships total-

of dear / la the United States.
loving memory a :
t ---T----! DISTRICT f All ,UICK. 'ROME TOWN HOUSES husband and f&tbtrno departed i tree whea you add the mem-
this life one year ago, November ben of other minority groups,
ON URCE IOT. II, Range Iii 3,1967. Spanish speaking Americans
you. bat God loved Indians and AatrIcUl 01 0rI-
'l 0 MRAFLFT CENTER OF THE WORLD I R GIFFORD l&ANGE B A NATIVE HORN DUVAL COUNTY BElVII1.01CARVIR'PINESI RefrigeratorHIT U 'Foe bent] And sweetly called natal aprentage,the percentage

LOCKHEED-GEORGIA DEMOCRAT.....KB tXEPUDUCIAN OPPONENT QUIT lifE you home to rest. of minority group IDellber'l
Signed. : Florida A. Granger, nationwide, came to only '.1
I OMSON l OF IDWIIDARtiN T CORPORA!ON I I DEMOCRATIC PARTY AND SPENT LASTSES5ION IN TALLAHASSEE JIM Mfl! widow Erie R. Cracker, Los per cent of the total. Figuresfor
AS REPUIlLCtAN"WHIP" IN THE SENATE.; Angeles. Calif. So. 8 U Mont toe: first six
; months of (f Sih
ON TUESDAY.;ELECT FncnuEC APPLIANCES- ii "mi" mi Graiger, Germany-tilted .w.ver, skov u Increase U
i I .. .. CIFFRRI IRIIRC MIN.001K. States Army;Wtt.mhlIWa1ter, appreaucesaps (or' mlno/tty "j
I who fights to keep down tassel FHA all sons; Lyndla, daughter group members to 9 A per cent I

(Paid tor by Grlftord Granje) ON HI

TERMS.VULCAN I 7YUtCAN INC. .11 IIUIAIIa little Anerjci

7 ) RR ',
1 CON?. FFOM PAGE u

.. SHOP ,HI 1U. .tHC'j 761 3479 !wry's made. steady- Improvement

," Madro contlaved
"Bet got all the physical attributes -

NEW ADULT CLASSES bit stroag, tough,
fast t he's good at palling
aid u nmnlngUocker. Ills
StirtiifRiv. 25. IKt Ml: FN pass hammed u all right bdhe's .
to some extent
\\t ENROLL NOWI! by a hand Injury
.He" needs to put U all to.
, luiitil .Mi, Class ,getter and I think eventually
be win. lie's got a chance to
Cisiiir-Silis. Clerk become t starter"

'T..chr'sAlii .'Little hsM DIM mole chances
__ KiiOrcirtii this season to gut that starting
role. The next one comes np
;Group aid lidivirktl Iwfniction loving memory of oar Sunday when the Chargers host
and brother Pte. Shermaa L. the Dearer Broncos at 11 p...
Jones, who departed this WOOl U Baa Diego Stadium.
Guitar-Plano-Vo.ice Trumpet-Drums year ago November ..You. Ali t additional goal. Little
that
\ The store 'Baxophone-Flute-Oboe 'Trombone-Yiola are Dot forgotten loved one, I wants to play a perfect game.
-'Super -RIcbt 1/4 Pork .French Horn-Theory Strlnj Bass-Tuba nor will you ever be. As lone ". know nobody Is perfect andIt's
Loin Sliced Western .
about as life and memory lasts we theoretically. to
PORK CHOPS
:;cares you LB 69 3 to 3-1b. Violin-Cell will remember Thee. We miss play t perfect promos W I
; .... Art PkC. you BOW. Our hearts are sad. believe 1 could: do it," .
Bolden's As time goes by we miss you
ti College. more, your loving smile, your '
SRPER-RI.RT FILL CRT REEF .
gentle face and no one eaa fill SLlSI'. MUIIRE
"1816_W.20th Street Registrar 358-84(5 your vacant place. made by
STEAK _
CHUCK 'l5ge eJ Signed: Mother, ThelmaS. POLAR CHIP MFG. CO.
C.L. Johnson Prekident'
Acting Jones and sister and brother. P.C. U 11095

I Full Price Flu Tax
J P.C. 11 S795
=6111 UREL MRTRERN PIPER Fun Price Plus Tax
80 Per cent: Net Profit
I TOWELS 3 jUU OOROW 79* Factory WarrantyWhy
Lease WhM You CM,

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For Iuta11a11.oe fjfMfctm.
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CHILI 11TR LEANS RZ 29* POWKULSI.saYJE

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TONE PIRRER ems IF TMMS
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I.y LEMON PIES ,A 39 Denwratic CandidatesFor Dorothy The family Willis the or the gratefully"many Late Mrs.ktad acknowledges

vvUPEI thoughts aid warm expressions
sympathy shows them during
.IIIIT CRRNER the loss of their loved one..

r" ,BEEF HASH .m AN iz 69* A Ride To The Polls services To the many who, donated offered neighbors cars their.ndtrieads ;

flowers, food cards,telegrams

It I 1.$. #.1 1 1.1U1111IE (twit) and our many messages, moray of 1haDU.condolences,

10 49 t I To the Rev 85. Robinson.
: POTATOES .us Mr. Carter Lewis, Mrs. Rosa'
i JUST CALL 353-7923 Walker and choir of Simpson
Methodist Church: ;also the Rev.
\ J.B Young of Bowden,who delivered
4: ., the eulogy,Elcee Lucas
HOP YOUR A&P WAREHOUSE and staff and Ulysses Clover,

$TORE 3000 .W. 45th t 01355-6792 funeral director.:
tt STREET May God bless each and everyone .

I h t: r PRICES, I IN THIS AD ARE GOO 4 I of row.Signed: Mrs.. Mildred Geiger,

I : THROUGH SATURDAY NOV. 2 daughter, Baa Beraardlao,'
F You Cam HOT Calif.; William Gees,broker.
II I I Afford .'lo VOTE OB NOV. 5th city.: .

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