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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:
November 2, 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:
UF00028362:00789

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:
November 2, 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:
UF00028362:00789

Related Items

Preceded by:
Florida star and news


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tedlcauoa At pren that Urn lilt there crtw vaa would M ,. A, Oa. 1IIr. A.D. Mlltoa (tad from r.)president of CUlneas Trust Bank of I than, for: all atpllcattoBs for Florida TIM Bora Parental Borne win be partially\ rued aa aooau week by yelliaf"Black BUler"
j, state highway Jobs 1s being ..... ... aDd"Black Ana-ftmUe".
.n4. teenrdlnto order br Mayor Base Taailtr
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ta ptrmllttd to return to Georgia stakes lilt band of KM Batcher tru.rr of tta Rational Biscuit Company after afforded, according to StateBigkvay ......- Alexander ordered them
: Americas chore. Tte pUot recerrtag a check representing t statable depoIlt at Cinaeas Trust. Looking from Mt to Commlsslnnir Jay Mayor Tauter and aide paid ckUdrao atttod school there Jade .
a Miamiaa, filed a return trip light, ar* Mr, Roy KeUey. Rattaco vie president, Mr R.O.Button, o aecuttr* vie president Brova.Brova. a rUtt to tit bom oo J***to and calla a boytottUfotloa promptly Jailed.ttaarle Roaaabloem
of Clttwea Trust aDd Mr, /.P. of the Atlanta Mablsco' a.
notice tk'- Gallagher, managor plant. via see that the InTecdgattoB .rttt. Moaday. Afitra vas made of app red landlord, and hi* tare sons
l elimination of th* Corta of tboriUs etaaa
to
T trw : pica thorough a
-fanmm'+ wv Is made la accord were la tout try tot to save
f n about. II mlautts alter tta plane vlth the Federal Govereaersten building U tte front, Just about 19 tile premises afttr acttoa by an .,.kUoa lot a tenaat andtt
4 took off on tie final part of New Yorker 'Breaks ..., ShakwiH nqtirement, vkick ta- 10 per ant of the building tile local bath asthorttUa.Florida ask the cart to award Urn
I tta Houston-Miami ,... Tte easy t soda December 1, should be ton dowa. moat tocavee, aecordlnf to
pilot kad flown from Kev Or* u to the aUmiaatioB of. bias U Ibis mean two tare tram First BoaeaUoom. tk* leaaat had
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Senas u4 vaa headed,full speedatoad. Barriers : Metier WIIH strictures a llII&11lJ11111U11a
And .atatUrmf.Aecordiftg
toe tte Gulf of Met**. Wins : to Brovn, t Itegreviu and % dining tall art Included 4 mtao'e4hebecthaa vela
t ,Ttaa ta vaa able to wire tteMovsloi (La the plana for demuil.ktit.Plssp ....,OM.ar tat nmantiimn
a tower list.ta a.a.." a..., -,Mov': gil.EMottottDV,1saN...,tb''tocQrMM.maaat I iar'", Stewi'.NirtnUAafLw.Mor ,' to.iMfftedMllypiMtf'inrMUpkr,..Aaftordiag to' ,f via ,ta mad' *tor the, n v,bon reu.c. ..1..**r it4 of:\ ..t'
toriag bIt cave; many Mtgrota orer the nation rare unwept Into political, r 'Iron, Ita CEO office ia Atkam ''cfrBstrvcfeaa of a dinlftt tallImmediately. bug ft* cnpecoats society.
The ,UJacker. told ,tta pilot Jobs, most of 1llta.1&r1t..their.categorUs.Orer ...... ...........ec l+M+,t *,|ka ali IV' has pplM tilt lave of.00-\.. > The mayor,faN BUck anU-aemMlaaa tat prt
'40umoiice that tta plane vas late' ptial t among the that ta voJ4 return,'eboee not' ctstomera i" *' Miami. ,Wtoa. date for tilt Job., that soaetalaf can be accomplished railed".la, Ita,covt., Jobwoaaapoiftted '
under Ita direction of tte Black .tndnt.II.uaa ClartoaPovcll to beet scenting whet elected 'Dixie Grocery Store wets kept Wader fa* proposed ruling vitals tilt next few days.Tk klm. Wallace forPreaideot.
IWionartat.*Tte pbae vas ref vto vaa returned last yet.. Be kept buy bow- at bay daring Monday: states thattaitoexrclaQuaIoppurtntty boa*, criticised byCouncilwonua .**
>TtileadTkts office atthottgh not to tta out ever, Uetariag aadglrlagadricvbea .afternoon robbery.. plot vlll ta dented Mary Singleton Tta three toys wino wearing
to one of tte T&aaf UJacklags ataadlng coagresaloaalpositioaa Dot to 81m1a1,. Time' robbers,used saved-off federal funds, on allocations. and partly described U a tire.trip Wallace. neckties sod Wallace
taking plac realty; ta tald before he vas vhercte"cxfied"UmseU. shotguns whet. vaa described amounting to 1300. ,baa tea fr* .
A Negro; vaa dissuaded from unseated for contempt of court Among others returned tJ as a "segregated" boidtsxTte A contractor must lOW gives Counellvomaa Singleton Shortly after order' tt*tear
carrytag through such plus to aDd after alUgaUaas of misuse office U veteran William Or* Ntgroes entered the breakdova: of Us work forces,, bed recommended that tta men Jtlled .1... AJaudereamt
Canada Ut irtia.r. Tie name* of fund from federal appropriations. Dawson of Chicago Ughly- stor*..at 1m.|nr ttb and add mad indicate atDor1t1t.* ethic taUdlDf ta ton don from tta bench aDd told
of rte Fanner vas not u, respected u a pour amongeurwy ordered aH the customers and ploymwU Brovn said that aDd that the boo be relocated. Yes Unwed Stabs Marshal to,
certaiaed. PowtU vho tad always saidRepublic politlctau. employ** to lie down on the Florida will not tolerate any Only recently the Negro Orb clear tile eoartroom.Tta .
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wniinoim, t. u. floor. Ther tort about '1.00 type of dtsertmtBattoa.fi Parental Boat vaa closed. s Iou refused to leers the
Of Haiti RepresentedIn old satin West bdiaa and aaedocit&r la cub god helped tbemselresto said that PIt state has been white and lUgro homes for room. OM son lay don oa tta
under LAND RIIUW
70g ;
,. became the first some grotartes and some complying,to some degree all girls bar bees merged floor of the court room ndr
Miami By Brilliant lawyer Negro woman to history to ta rolls of '*..1... Later to* along. Now' there Is a shortage a dlrectir of tta Department lav Joe Lang Xtrskav, Dad tile attorney's tabla The other
elected to tile Halted States pennies and tte groceries her*, of skilled ,equipment operators' of Child Service, The County wuru acbool teacher two stayed seated la ft* front
Congress bits OUtholm, Mew reeorrd. aid coatractors. Hovew maker bad urged that th became the first Ktro to pia row of the spectator's section
MUMIBtiti, lee first Independent Megro Republic of tile Tork' Democratic natloaalcommltttevooua According to, employees. tile some contractors bare sttrtaS tamales for tilt Negro aDd a amtta. lilt Florida UcUUtar. *., The father kept shouting about
vorM, tad one of the numbers of Stet Great Family of American. detested taD41ta, alter entering, said, training programs for: pro' vhlte girl' be Integrated Ktrahav detested BpUUcaa tilt vntalness of tta tenant.B .
States to represented not to Miami by the tandsom Eugen* James Farmer civil rights "All the coloreds-doatiet apectlre employ***. Ttaa Mayor Taaaler expressed Ropr Goadcraoaof BoaMitMd, vas necessary for nor
L. Mttimlllea.Consul<< leader and former head of .nerrcms. Keep your cod All programs provide oa the Job- concern that the facilities bar ITa,for a Bona >at. marshals to com to tta sea
l.Iuh.m. _.' nitre of liring surround by Baltlu CORE to the aewly-reappor* you W1&JtIJe-Uk. out year training courses from IS to ttveeks. bra M poorly malnfrlMd. Be &lid pink tile eompttirats bin
JWt...-...*, completed Us decor Be like to live U Miami. boded twelfth congressional wallet." Work is emphasised suggested to bout va u.*r. National Director tile park near Ita courtroom.
stakes at tte tbirerairy of and enjoy meeting people.Tta district.the stormy Bedford- Tte manager, apparently a other than m tile teat of corn- tart boat stvtrtaU&dtot,that The otter BOB dramatically refused
Balti. ,vtere ta recehed Usb Consul u .believer Stuyresaat section of Hew Tork.Mr little slow about responding to moo labor, something mad be does la* to ct lIP from the floor
degree, Magna Cum Laud. to physical fitness. B* baa In* *, Chlsaolm. a favorite and 'tae order, vu cracked across mtdiataly. While oa the The marshals carried him
.U* has also studied at tte stalled a set of pareUel bara totte ybo ran U a RpuLiwllberal the head via shotgun mussl lilly' DanielsStaiwrg praalMa, the railing peso outside. Uoverer, ta tried the
Agricultural College of Oka to p&Uo of Us bom*. B. aDd urged a atroagMmal All five robbers vr saw boys loadings dump frock sam tactics acatn.Jadf .
Meatreal Cards Ceasal.: practices Judo aad Karate for Image" lor,Brooklyn Megroe unmasked aad all bad shotguns.Oa : Yicll.MEW vlD caxtoQ utk.... Alsaadr called: a
IIu1a1J1 latter spent three.Ntw .Us personal dtf.... who watt to combate' racists employee a voman, said TIle city bMdftUthatMcartoc hoha-a-law of Boaeobloom.
y Jon pursuing Consol. Maslmlllen hold and bigots la Ole Boo**. ale saw pn. .11 atudIIII TOBK Bali Daniels, crate for rthatiHltitloa mlj t Attorney Stanley Caran, and
membership in sercral famous The UstoryTmaker spent 19 abore Macarro, tte manager.They Negro singer from Jackson. a problem. lit cuntdatv Wormed him of vfeat happened.
14q organisations.: Be la a member years as a political clubhouse took the money from tile tamed for his rendition of"014 bids aDdfttraUhiocafortto Be vas adrUed that one of me
1s of lataraatlonal Bar Black Magic". vas stabbed intte buildup and said that repairs A t
volunteer b 1964, ate vu donating counter sod this boys mlf&t be a minor The
Atiorlitlon, scoring on three nominated for the state legis' ordered Mauaro to open Ole back. a Hew Tart nlg&b shooed be mad ImmedUtety.Tta judge bad him returned to the
eommttees. International Pub blare and became tile ,first sale. Trembling the manager club Tuetdiy. home at the moment U eo rtrooa. Tta yeenc boy
lie and Print Lava Science: Negro state assemblyman. bad a dltOcalt time according PoUuupt".4aaupect across from the Boylso-BavaAmu claimed ta did aotfemr Haras.Boseabioom .
sod Financial tatWatloa fM Popular. Adam ,Powell-cam. to reports. shortly aS.r.According vbkpiguredlat mews slaapavkMacroastta ..;:-
Criminal and Penal Lav.Llagalatlcally paigned only' oa weekends laHarlem. Ckckoatrgltrsvere to reports about acraral rests ago became face, eicUlmlm "I allow
the noted Be easily von, reflection. stripped of money torn* of tilt 99 custom WIre la tile Latin parents refused, to Ut their ,reno your axle la,"a.1M ..-.
diplomat speaks French, This vas Powell vklte,customers lest their Quarter vtaa a Hegro man boy, said ta vaa eitjoteen.Wton .
f vtrctltt BP" > aad English fluently fourteenth consecutive victory ...,.Some lost their vaUeU. rushed: up to the singer aid Victorious.ADAMCL&YQlt WULUll H, WATSOM Julf* Aknader asked
B* Is videry known la lilt intematiooal at the polls. Then checking the premises,' stabbed him twice with a William B. Watson, resident vtather ta waded apologia,
world of Miami. Locally the showdown for tile baadtts gars another order switchblade.Daniels of Fort Warn, lad, baa ton .be said MNor Tie magistrate
Fire Damages Dural'a first acn-parsaa "Ererybody-Alt ,the Aoar."'* tt years old, vas appointed national director of had Urn escorted to a Jail calla,
school board elections vlll include Tk* victims compiled. Tk* llsUdua satisfactory coatttticsiInahospltaL personnel sod uduatrial rta Tta others refused to pay One
Circulation. DivisionOf Dr. Clarence McRair m bandits left,.by vay of the front lions by tile Air food Rons. add were jailed for two days.
District 9, who will ran against, door. Ttaodor Barmen il, arrested Watson will ban offices UWevTork.
Florida Star Insurance Ezecatlre Cecil to Mantattan. claimed r lie cornea from the Youth Freed li .
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Jones on November 19.BiRactal. that Daniels. owed Urn some Lincoln National Ufelnsoraac
A fire which vas olseorered money.m P Company of Fort Wayne.Before
la tte Circulation Departmentof hi fir. 555. Daniels vas iarohedia .that ta vaa a director of th* Shooting Of.
L. MiTMTTJIN. the Florida Star, 2323 Moo Ca *| a shooting ta a Harlem bottle ttitted States Pace Corps "" -

Important ,eztenaloa coerses. erief Road, Monday erening, club. Be pleaded guilty to possessing program In St. Lwla' BWL aa Olderman In Chicago
Folowing. stages there tilt November 4, and which vasspreadry 6ts S .rt.* ,la Wiady ,City, a gas idlest Us laatractor It tile ladlaaa'lutltut
brOlisat graduate vest back to'btu rapidly through filed cabaret Ucfens. of TecbAolocy. dean of CRX AGO*-( PI-.A 16-year
ride country to serr asaa papers stored m the samearea,' CHICAGO .- OtPO A prus1It ate, "-neW consaltiag ana to Daniels vas hoe. Jacksonrifle. students In tta local sckooU old SoathaM* youtkhastaeiuc. *
oaid la tbd Arttbaokt. 'vas extinguished by members ale mother and. dears. and director of lobdmlopmeatfor
Agra
business Illll&P tSllIa all aspects of.race.relations baa, Quitted oa two charges stem-
talle'y Project Be' Waiii' of tile Dan County Fire Departmeat been formed in this city. i' .dill lire ....., .i tile Fort Wayne UrbsiLtsgne. aIDe Qom the shooting of FiSh
Ftesideat DmUer-s Traasbv* who responded Ward Alderman Leon PesprM
Inc. Ekds
Idersee aaorganisation Mtotri .
tloa Press Secretary aad then.talHS ;; promptly, to a can for strrice. Its name conmnniratlmannf Charles A.DarU is president last Dec. r?.- >* .
,was sent as tte Gtarral Flames vr spreading : reWlmi experts vim sod ,admlnistratr officer of :fro: i FAMU Graduate Wflll Plait,vho vas charged
rue-
: C.erstessma
Coasallor Ba.W. to offices la through tte lower area of tile ,
POWELL with
offices on tile city's near 1.t.r.c. polla'relater agfranted battery aadconspriacy <
IIiaaJ. two-story building aDd were couasplor. ta Is .. Alta Appoiiled Advisor to commit mnrdrad
becoming lecreaslaglyd.stracthe Horthside.' 11'WI.lfo...;William L, ..Indomitable! Chytan .
The youAgdiplomathastrledtoencourage Investments for his when tile firemen: Its, business: Belpiag com treasurer.iUcp Chicago Metropolitan Clay',vho kaj serred. Jail I: PoU. Barmy petrel of Hey TALLAHASSEE. FUvAlfredt. dQIW'Y1D anything to
ever atecebeing tame arrived and closing off the martial,todustrlalediicatlnBal t member of the seeaeaces for particlpatiag tatltt Tort politics,,vaa rttamdbypppalar .titjior, autlTTallaka 10 wJa aa. ootJIc,"
luuatiy .aad public orsaalafloos solve Urban, League basin*** tot to Us Mat t> sea aid gradual* of FlerifaAiM Icrimlaalcoerturyofl0ueaaad !
rlfkts iamimili all***,, "
to kaov that area
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j" you souacll aai Tl.* two dealtaritedll.
\ ; worn*
< under capletdcontrol.. their race problem to r" advisory ,Nnmj naukf was elected OMflrat I' Cocrtas. Povn vas oastad Iklreratty. vas realty
country has a good stability
r.t ear training sad marketing president, ca.mrrhRernJ beaus ct contempt of coart appointed Placement Counselor boars before reaching tilt rerdlct. -
for IsTOstaunts," ta said bead Damag to lilt Circulation culling .W.It. eaacr...... ta. /
Department vas estimated be* as villas easing later Society. tilt IItorJ of II1uout aad, vaa relieved of the la the Placement Bvreaa at .
r '.0/; edio..d's DaralUrahrsysvHa ''tveea _.00 sad Jl.000,00., racial tensions.mterace Dale' a n., who Is while, AMP e, lit Democratk: ao- laportaat dnUs of Us offic*. FAMU. pint vas a.ptIcaW''t'tkir
6/1":qi\..'" oearlm.rlcaa fkodtuC..isl .Ira operational,actiritiea oftte officers aad staff .Is chairman.aad tacsMr officer mteee..to.succeed the reOrla:' As former chairman .of' tar Taylor received: Us D.f. detree attack by Same! Stevart, la,
include whites aad of bterace. Be beads a Boas Education UA. decree vbom Despres IndeaUOed la a ;
members CoosUtte aDd from,
Frank Xarstes to tile state'i I ,
Star aot
hampered.
UiTlmllleu! recantlraareaased wets ...,.... fonsuMart Bra tri police ..-.. Stewart\ ln|
a beautiful prtvateMnaoe According to officials of tte blacks with tront-lla exper -First District, defeatedscuts I Po n, pastor of Abysslala FAMD aad'bas. dare order
r 1 MSWIted; Arena. department, tta are vasofaa. tone* to communications, racerlatloas too field rf pubLs ,rmUons.' ; C.Crawford,,, Baptist of Mnr o p vMMt stadlea at Florida Kate OuX scheduled to bar"a. separate. .
.....If |'. .'. Road, vter* ta is'it determined origin. psychalogj, sad ******.: also a Negro.' povcrfal-baad s ta ,MS."Tip virally, .kw' trial in the shooting..



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i .: : BY WHITNEY; M. YOUNG, JH.

'MEMBER l-..' WILL YOU HAVE A JOB NEXT' YEAR?

1a The Dew Prtlldent be maklnllOlDt nlJ Important de diode
Ont 01 the. may nen
In January.
when M takes office

NEGRO PRE@SERNATIONALEIIC SSSSaSSfeSBsw that ray'


; i SA 11 SSAr to beat it Is to have higher IIDempDJm ent.
A few weeks ago The Business
I. SI.PSIN..Jmim EIIIIIIIIIA Council, an organisation made
1 up mainly of the presidents and
IITEM..CIICIUTIiH MANUEI board chairmen of major corporations n,
had its semi-annual

2323 HOKCEIEF ROAR meeting with government officials.
The businessmen were
reported u saying that might
PURE 354-5112 MAILING ADDIEJS be necessary for the next
President to Make steps that

iiRIa niiidl would lead to an unemployment .. .
P.I. IPX $ rum
ute d 6.1/3 per cIIL TIle
\ 1.A. present rate fluctuates between l-l/l and 4 per cent.
Vi\Otl\\\2i\ '"may i/ What does this mean? Instead of the two and three-quarter
1 minion out of work now, there will be about four million people

111 I MIAMI OFFICE 5111 .... 7tii AYE. who Their wont rtUOln have Jobs.roes You something may be one like*this them.'lb. government Is

c, spending too IIItICIa money; soareprivete,indIvldmis.Stmce goods
NINE 151.9111SUtRIPTION are limited, the Increased demand for them drives prices up..
With so few people out of work,unions can ask for IIIgber wages,
AA'I alas driving lIP prices. With demand to high Industry is forced
One 'Year" '$12.00 Half Year $7.00 to use older, inefficient equipment that makes production more

Mailed to You Anywhere In the United States expensive, again driving prices up.
r Yr ) 4ort. So the solution offered ls to cut spending 4 the money supply,
Subscription payable in Advance A ft and put more people out of work so that they won't be able to
Send Cheak or Money order fo: spend u modi and the competition for Jobs will limit wage hikes.

FLORIDA StAR P.O. BOX 599 SUMMER OLYMPICS I96S That's very neat;too neat.B's possible that by limiting economic

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA J2201I growth that way, we'll go Into a headlong recession and windup
with six mlUlon Jobless people But even live don! U'"
unbelievable that anyone concerned with our domestic crisis

1 BLACK STARS 'MADE THEIR POINT'I would advocate higher unemployment.
Black workers suffer an unemployment rate more than double
that for white workers. So aa all-over rate of 8-1/1 per cent
really means ten to twelve per cent for black workers. And It
THE COLLEGE STUDENT SPEAKS could mean a rate of JO to 50 per cent for black teenagers Just
I entering the labor market
BT NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL The real message here Is: "There is too much Inflation and

TT.YOURWeekIy prices are gout up too fast Let's stop It B wool hart u; let

Three recent events bring up the Question of whether It Is the blacks and the poor pay for It."
proper to pass Judgment oa what others do-even when our on Why must the very people who CaD least afford It be the ones to
welfare U not at stake. pay the bill for the rest of BS? That people la responsible
The black-power sahrte given by Olympic athletes In Mexico ; positions could advocate such actions la the present atmosphere
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City; the former Mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy's marriage to ? HOROSCOPE GUIDE of urban tensions strikes mi as a dangerous example of the failure

Aristotle Onaasls, and the appearance of u NAACP attorney's v. :.. t'f' : to Even place priorities that make sense.
article criticising the UJ. Supreme Court-all are recent news the present unemployment 1s far too high. The whole
beppea1n i that tore erobvedcauldernbleprb-nnd.eaacognment., purpose of our economic system should be to assure everyone
Way of as presume to say that the people Involved la these a decent Job at a decent salary. hour system only works for the:

events did either the right thing or the wrong thing when, in ly ,PAllO" The ASTROLOGER handfu
fact, hey only "did their thing"erhlch is their right. With all the unfinished business facing the next President It
The black O1 actions have been depicted U everything would be I drastic mistake for him to take action that will put mea

from racial heroism to a childish exhibitionism. Both their WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS out of work.. Creating hugry families would be strange way to
friends: and their foes was eloquent on the morality or immoral start a new administration

Sty of their black-pornr salute. I cu att7 !dWlP** .art"'""" to worms a .tttloaof
But we them to forget one craclal tact The Olympic athletes FOR that's too IIrIOlll. W. anatroDltDOa&'beI rick tDOa&2t
were merely expressing their viewpoint in what turned out to to devote oar attends 10 treating Jots, DOt cutting them tJatt.
be a most dramatic way. And that 1s their right. And It w0eJ4 be.1ptC1aUJ unforgivable for C.federal goreramed
D U proper to pus Judgment actions that pose a threat to BUSINESS IOVE TRAVEL, which ought tube 1III1ar0l"11mIDaUoe0l1lO"'rI1lta 'first order
utaern e >sriutii.e.. Out when a UlCIGdat s something, how 11.x. J' I qM business, to tab Itt l atter.VV'poverty aDd
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n* M'l'bj. thatherta no one,41 U ot our prerogative to -- -; ""'4 --- -w-. -
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ratd.the back Olympians fomented a riot, It would hors bar
a:dmrrrnt story.But all they.did was to make a questionable

,. an Inopportune moment,W the Star Spangled Banner ioRAtlESA'RCM21st 11111 cmiciinNn NPI I Writer Ili-us CLuisttfkerColiM.is
..bid J 1t4.. And again that right. .HIM SEPT. IIIK ICf. Nc.
Some p.eple-espedW7 the black militants-go to the opposite lUll .
11th 23rl
ICT. 24tt 24th iSI. 3211' For Ni.ie.ul Vfeluca
extreme of regarding the Olympians action u meritorious. But 221. IAR. Ill- ,

was ttT Maybe but the MID thing was that the athletes were Anything can happen. One can Worry weakens. U yon have One can say -no." Its noble will you like it? While 'your WASHINGTON( (KPI) Those who profess to be dismayedby
expressing racial grievances U a aoa-vIoledwey.People should never say., "I will never do made the wrong move or to be a friend to someone who chances of getting to where you the "vlote ce" taking over oar nation be overlooking
have been listening, instead of passing Judgment.The this," or this can hap. is la seed But when this need may
nevtr decision and know it, it standsto want to be seem more than the'tact that American history has been full of violence since
KenDedy-Onascii marriage provides another topic for pea to me." B looks u if there reason that and Is constant 14 unlimited, it exceptional during the next
worry that fateful day U 14W when Christopher Columbus landed U
condemnatory conversation.It U sooleU,.llIlelD1JttrloQl" remorse come u logical after might be better to have a friendless two quarters, there are doubts the new world.Interracial .
is averred that the former Mrs Kennedy married Ooassis power hovering somewhere instead. Associates too
maths. Key auoel&Uou.l1A&a. u to whether you will find hostility U old stats this Those who get
for his money or becauM she is emotionally Insecure and must\ around that smirks and decides cia affairs and the attitudes who show indications of turning there the happiness that was upset about Negro rioting forget that country.white Americans.
"prove berM 1"' by Identifying with the well-to-do. to call our bluff. Disturbed of kinsfolk or neighbors are extravagant bad better be called expected. People who were not long rioted against Orientals may and members of their
B U also said that the heroic image of a grieving widow was marital or public relations may the leading candidates for first abort before you find yourself unfriendly heretofore may and own u wen. Negroes

destroyed by the marriage to the aging Onassls and that Mrs. be due to rumors, loins, orJust same la your thoughts. At the short These may all come deftly' Join those whose purpose Today's group race, riots are the offshoots of slave revolts which were
Kennedy degraded herself by marrying a divorced man of -plain Incompatibility, At time don't lose track of under the category of unpleasanttasks B may be to slander, teardown a part of American history even before the United States was
another faith. the same time,there U. OWtr.IIa1 emotional Interests Insofar u that may have to be faced; or create. all the .... 1ouDded.
But what about Mrs. Jacqueline Ooassis' on print. feelings? force operating on the side they involve friends and loved but existence was not exactly: chief they possibly can. Some Gabriel Prosier la 1100 Denmark and Mat
Is it not possible that she married the Creek muMI'aUlllonMre of romance and, in some instances ones besides yourself. If this intended to bean unmitigated individuals cannot stand ; V..1a lUll
Turner In 1131
aU
Slav win
engineered revolts that did not
not for this or that respectable or unrespectable reason- dAmply leading to a vClriwWcourtship sounds like a tall order, it is. )or. success, other people's aid the black man his freedom but nevertheless shook white
because she Ian in love with him? and muting What. ,
But then, nothing is apt to come may resort to any lenghts to
And U U not her on business why she married him-and not ever form anything takes it is in small doses this mouth, In. minimize it B may be wiser 8 dleevee Gabriel Prosser
bound was not the first to lead a blacktprliing.
to be
the world'? quite
unexpected eluding the work not to show
connected with provoke aa spa
Between
A third focus of Judgmental concern is Lewis M. Steel u and to go contrary to what was the forthcoming: festive tell.rules. SUIWlll. don but to apply their own occurred in this 166) and IBM, lot separate Slav revolts
associate counsel for the KAACP, who was dismissed for believed could or could not This means 4letl! MOr. tactics when back country. During a massive slave uprUlog
starting hitting Mew la
york City lilt, several white were shot and buildingsset
writing an article tffMlrg the VJS.Supreme Court seeming Mj en. When attending to dally
early getting inlooch with
to uphold the black man's cause, while actually tlef ending the duties or running around, ivoldexposore pecttve guests and making pros the* 2Jr< IE;. 21st.) Whites afire have before order' 'n'Pt'lrhtlrsteittifvlfleire was: restored.

white mans rights. to danger necessary calls or arrange Be prepared. There is much themselves and others. -bottngitntt
The article entitled "If.. Men in Black Who Think White," melt that can still be done, if only
,appeared la York n.'IU 1IDt. people win let you. Some who 1HUIIS During Days Rebellion in 1716 a group of hard-pressed poor
I do not as with Steel's thesis, but I think it is silly and are in positions of importance HIM JIR.2W.FEI. farmers in the western part of ""'fttmtttt, resentful about
the tai laws
dangerous of the NAACP to fire aa employee whose publicly IMW are bound to show off thus interfering passed by the state Je&i&Jatue.1atd the law courts
eipressed opinions stir up contrversy. Ut'LIII with attempts of the nth and prevented any Justice from being administered.
The MAACPs actian-vhlch lends credence to the charge that JlU JUIi' genuinely talented Saglttarians Look beyond. The better one The anti-Catholic riots of the IMOs and the ItSOs were capped

.the organisation is too circumspect to be of much value to Itt MAC 2.tt Hit.mi ___, to accomplish something worth caa sense what 1s likely to by a particularly bloody outbreak la Phihivwif. the city of
black Americans calls into question the association's professed Nothing's easy.Mature reveals m. DIR while. The only way to obtain happen in the days to come, Brotherly Love, in IMCAnd
commitment to civil rights, one of which is to express one's Us best and worst sides with It won't do. The urge is strong. peace and quiet is to be out 01ton. jthe more effective may be the were during killed. the Civil War draft riot of 1863, almost 2.000 people
mind.Of .. It would be all the better steps taken to Insure the safety
equal the least The lure
ease without is a But
.. course, it might be answered that the NAACP itself... aright concern u to whether man barb that lies rrVng.hidden is sharp.the if you could really find a retreat of basic resources and Investments. them.A* settlers The victims moved west, they brought American violence with
of
to take actions without outside Interference. True but the approves or not. There is a Refuse any offer or propositionthat where creativeness can And vim the world 1aamI&raDta. the new round of rioting were Chinese.
organisation denied a man his Job.not for wbat he did, bJ for theopinions reason for this pattern. This either guarantees reign undlstrubed. Those who situation becoming mart and
filling Much is said in American
he expressed. B would have been different had the is what makes all simply must know what is goingon more uncertain each day, it Is history about the radian's Indlscriml
living things your pocketbook .
or ...
furnishing '
; of greater than slayings of whites pushing into the West But the whites' own
.. importance ever
NAACP only disputed '1. .. rugged enough to survive. If happiness for or who are being paid to
ever more. The near annihilation) of the Indians
,The back athletes Mr. and Mrs. Ooassls, and Steel-all took everything were to be had with. endings are not likely to be do so, will not take long on before to be u well Informed ignored.
Following the anti-Indian
actions which they had every right to take.ft out sufficient struggle, there happy ones regardless of all getting hot ooVmr trail if you u It is humanly possible.Mate tarn of the violence was the JaIlor strife at the
does not serve the cause of propriety to condemn them for would soon be nobody. left to the gild claims do not take enough pains to sure that neither you nor a century. During the Pullman strike south of Chicago
or promises. in
the 1190s federal
expressing themselves. Such condemnation merely makes propriety want anything. Consequently, Whatever happens to you with. cover it up properly. Give no principal ally Is clinging to aaanreallaable the disorders, 16,000 that troops had to be mobilised to contain.
an oppressive force and leglilmatiies the charge that good accept each pslntuleptiodiwlmthe out any aid from you whatsoever one aa opening to smear your goal that simply At the time spread throughout the country.
lute is only a coverop for puritanical tyranny. proper amount of appreciation could turn out to be good name or cast slurs on dissipating your strength to try same white Southerners discovered lyncUngs u
a different
a of
Nq, good taste would say, "To each his own," and recogniseevery knowing that you are gain. story. It may be part of the achievements.c and reach without offering anything Megroea way keeping their black lives people "in their place" Thousands of
in return. during these outbreaks of
mob
man's inalienable right to his of violence
own pursuit bsp 1nus.
lie strength and fortitude in unfolding of destiny. Ideu are abetted by Southern officials' connivance.
And propriety would add: "To pass Judgment on another
person equal proportion. lightning fast but then the same Then came the riots
race which abounded at the time
Is to outdo him at whatever he be doing World
may
wrong may be said of allies and
rivals War L Unlike today's outbreaks, which are directed mostly at

alike,. J.J HIKES authority figures, the IUUer riot amounted to oat.ud--o.&.
ill. attacks b1 whiles 011 black people: .0
iNMWf o lluDdredaol People-moot d them black-.er, killed boring
it and Explosive
Ifs touch go. 2iti tilt "Red SwaIIIer" 01111.. '
THIS WEEK IN NEGRO HISTORY :2IirQi Hnf call for delicate mim
gltn
IWI A$1.23rd
: list' handling during this and the With reservations. As long u Mow, the nation is hit by more lawlessness, which U really,
off. It U SEPT. llii nothing new in .American history. '
Cool generally accepted
nest quarter. Weigh each word your word Is not pledged It maybe Some
would seek to
... 8, 1791: Pfjunta Banneker began ftTfl"g I/Enfant Insorty that Cemlnians will react Do it freely. Nobody likes to before It has been uttered mail easier to say ",.." than to But JurtiflabUity of violence Justify isat the violence or "applaud It.
Instead of the
and layout of Washington D.C. intellectually emolfonfj face a disagreeable Job but It.naming that has been written in say "no", Just so people will Both friends and foes of point _
to situations u they does not help to and avoid Negro rioting fall to consider that
accomplish it haste or anger, getting give you peace. But you had black
Nor a, im: Crystal Bird Faust, first Negro: to be elected ar.... But there also are ex* to hem and haw or to keep mixed up in troubled labor alt better do plenty of thinking; 01 their pdopls"1fII1te.r.have been."badly IDJtncttd bJ UIt bloody example.:
to Pennsylvania State legislature.Mov. ceptlons to every rule and this circling around It hoping that .-nations.: B is only human totes before you place your signature Mot until boat
is the month when many of them it will dIaa pear. B will only ';Ind't"1 at what .we consider on promissory notes or any violence whUe and black people learn to practice non.
will
t, 1789: Lemuel Barnes, soldler-mhntda'as: bora. Be are likely to be found.Fewper- grow la magnitude and become: Injustices or high-handed* docllUDtl that would be binding country. the scourge of lawlessness be eI1Ia1attd in this
served u pastor of a white church la Vermont for nearly 20 :'sons' **** withstand the dynamic twice u bard to tackle: psy I tactics of many in power, but When cornea to such matters,
years.Mov. :'Influences being generated by chologically it not physically.Dissatisfaction > most of us have no way of doing allow your mate or other key
Mars and Uranus in the solar where you :anything about It. And few. could associates to attend to them

9; 1911: Benjimln Banneker, astronomv-sckntist: was iSth !lout. And when they are reside should not be permitted, withstand for long the economic: when you have complete con 0011 'J BE A DROP OUT
bora la B t1mor.. .Be Invented the first striking clock In Joined by mighty Jupiter to boot to prevail because of unreason. sanctions that could be applied fldeoce In their trustworthiness
America it .. anyone's guess' .u to what able views or demands on your la retaliation for any words oractions and abilities to tab care of you GO
could happen. part.. : considered condemns- besides themselves,. BACK TO SCHOOL TO GET A GOOD '

Nov t, UM: Dr. Alexander T. Augusta of Howard ttalwsiiy <,totJ.. JOB ;
named to faculty of American Medical School. Ii. YOU MUST GET EDUCATED '





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SATURDAY NOVEMBER I, 1S6I JUt PAPERS __ ___ MCE i.
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Protect., -, Assist/- Action. Attempts"To .. ... ,: Evelyn Satires.. Fey Presents, ., IStiiems
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UpiniloNoiroos, For Jobs I hi 25th Year Mssicil l | I


ASSIST/ACTION", a name you bar beard on the Evelyn Squires Foy presents Nadla Adams, Cheryl Brown (
radio and hart read about in rarlou IIe1rJP erl. Just what Is. presents her piano pupils In Sheila Canty, Terry Cloy, Sybrena ;

"Project ASSET/ACTON"? Whit It the purpose of the pro- their twenty-flfthannual Carley, Gaylt Darts, I[
ject? Row can fan benefit from It?Should you concern yourself recital, Sunday afternoon, November Cynthia Davis, Evtagton
about It? These questions and others, art the first to coma to ProjectAssistit 24, at 4 p.m", at New Jr., Shirley Garner of GreenCore
mind. Let's take a loot at protect: ASSET/ACTION. Stanton Senior High School. Springs; Ketth George,

Project ASSET/ACTION Is be a put of the "ACTION" Class enrollment follows: Julie Gilbert, Rosalind Grant,' '

sponsored and operated through Eton we're here, along with ** Angela Green, Cheryl Green. ?
the facilities of the Southern concerned citizens and businesses Michael Humphrey, Cheryl'Rutchins $
of In the to make t Iris Jackson, Brenda 2
Regional Office In Atlanta, community, Eugene Butler
the National Urban League. It It possible. Jenkins Pamela Jenkins, Edward \

Is In operation simultaneously Concern yourself with your Jones, Jr., Claudia \

In six southeastern states, one employment status.then PTA HoldsOrganizational mine latter Massey Antoinette Muriel Latif'Mathls., Ca- \*
city In etch of the six states. concern: yourself with the
William OIbon1Ra'0I1.Ru .
The cities are: Birmingham, benefits you can receive from <
Ala.; Columbia, S.C.; Jackson: Project ASSET/ACTION.. Contact Meet Cheryl Robinson, !"
Miss.; Jacksonville: Fla.; Macon Leroy 1.. Bass, Jr at the Vera Scott: RonaldShebet-
Ca.; and Memphis, Tenn. Jacksonville Urban League, K9 The Eugene J. Butler PTA will Ellas. =
It is approved by the Manpower Pearl Street, or call 356-3336. hold Its organisational PTA Gary Simmons,AngelaSurcey,
Administration and the UJS. + meeting at ,:SO p.m. on Tuesday Frederick Underwood. Jr., "I

Department of labor; it ''c 1f November 12, In the Cberamyt White, BeraadlaeWUcher
M school's auditorium.At Mullet: WUlls Allen
'St l ,
of CAEHDAREVENTS
The purposes or objectives 0(l
Project ASSIST/ACTION: this meeting the Bylaws Wilson, Jr.. Terl Wilson,Detra j
Wilson and Dene Wilson.
-
(1)) Identify and upgrade(with the Committee winpresentthsproposed
PTA for adopt An art Invited.
By-laws
cooperation of the employer)
who ion. The PTA officers: for the
qualified Negroes are

locked into Jobs below their skill tihown"above art some of the participants 'D the Jacksonville are: Alfred Goolsby, Bessie R.--Brown, Catherine Newman,. present be elected.school year will also DEADLINE

capability (Z) To establish abridge Urban League's Project ASSET/ACTION Civil Service Orients- Earllnt Bradley; Ella Butler, Gloria Sparrow, Donald Hlgn-, An parents, teachers and Interested :
between the Negro com Pallbearers Society: don Course which began September ZJ. The course Is being held\ Smith, Rebecca Rlghsmith, Edgar DeVaughn, Ronald Highsmlth chime of the community All news should bt la tht Florida :
musky sad the Employment to better qualify the participants for taking the Federal and City Patsy Gammons shown receiving: the Diagnostic Clinic Completion art Invited to attend.! Star Office: by Tuesday at 1 p.m.
Service (I) To provide training( Society: No. 19 Will hold the Civil Service exams. Extra curricular activities art encouraged card: from Leroy 1.. Bass, area coordinator for Project ASSET/ George a Nun Is principal.: If you should man your news,tt
.of tie type which will aid the regular meeting Monday night during the course to stimulate Interest, and encourage active ACTION; Josephine Ephron, Mary Nelson,Mary Butler,Arm.DIll should be mailed so that tt win i
[employee to be upgraded. (4)' at 7 pm. la the lit. OlivePrimitive participation. A very successful social gathering! was held for McClendon, and Rossevett Bacon: This eight-week course will reach our' office by Tltl4aJ.LOOkNOWI .
"to establish that employees are Baptist Church in the the participants at the home of Mr.Edgar Vaughn.. Shown above terminate on November 14. I'
receptive: to upgrading (5)) To basement. The church Is locatedat !
establish that employers art Fourth Street and Myrtle !
receptive to tpgndhgpro- Avenue Mrs. Ella Rash Is WEDD 1BELLS Miami Science Mior( Swamps


grams.U yew have difficulty passing president.QUEEN OF SOUTH OES MEET FAMU 'Competitors For Qieen Own Your ADirlneil I

Job entrance examinations or Roland C. Jefferson Rt. I, Jlmrott L. Williams. Z51S W.,
cannot pass on-thfjob examinations -, Queen of the South ChapterNo. Box 766, 20 and Gloria J.Gregg Stuart St., 23 and kliabeth TALLAHASSEE Fla. Lovely Veronica Ann Hicks, a secretarial w

which could mean 105, OES will meet November san Hamlln Ave., 19. Roger, 1436 W. 10th St., 22. science major from Miami was elected: "11111 FAMU"for 144 lll"Mliri"f S1iaat11
getting upgraded on your 12 at S p.m., In Masonic the 1961-69 school year on a write-In vote over two other Coming to Jai on Southsidf

present Job, then yon can benefit Temple 410 Broad Street, Arnett 1. White lift Logan Donald Robinson 3333 GladysSt. candidates The election was sponsored by the student government
front roject ASSBT/ACTJOH.: Third floor, Room 2. Mrs. St., II and Brenda 1.. Shields ZO and Beverly J. Randall, association. ||| Recreational FaclUtlei-Country Llvlnc-Mateteaanct of

There Is a fifteen-week educa- Queen B. Williams is Worthy 1156 W. Hth St., 1$. 2013 Woodslde Ave., 19. Miss Hicks polled 491 votes Bowl Stadium at 1:00: p.m.

hoist program offering Matron._ Johnny L. Price, Washington, Tyrone D. Edwards 639 Brl-, Miss Merlin Robinson a pharmacy on December: 7. Grounds Incjuded) In monthly payments:CirltilIKililllIII
instruction la Reading Language D.C., 37 and Barbara W.Simon, din Stto and Cynthia T.Corttn major from Augusta Ga., The members of the classesat
, Arts, Arithmetic Com ChandeliersThe 4J15 Jerome Ave., 29. 1033 Odessa St 24. was the choice of 235 students Florida AiMUnlversltybsvt
petition and Problem Solving Chandeliers Social Club voting la the campua-wldt selected their queens who win f|r.illt-FHA.VACoDventlonaL Call t InfonnaUcfi

la,.a dWoo there will be a will celebrate the first anniversary Albert A. knight lOll E. 7th Morton Attrition. 1105 West- election. Third place for tile serve In the court of "Miss

session on good grooming test with a tea on November St., 24 and Aletha Baskln. 1611 moot St., II and Easter L. voted honor went to Miss Ethel FAMU" for tht 1961-69 school for"the New Concept: of Modem Lam;
taking filling out applications, 1- from 4 to I p.m.at the Acorn E. 20th St. Burney, 2303 Westmont St. I$.
u' Job-ready Information. Street Community Center The ...r .guess anal Miss Freshman STEllAR REALTY lat ...721.1200
Teachers for these classes are public U Invited. Allen JohnsonIs Miss Chlot Evans, a ,
funlstted by tht Board of president Janice Johnson: Richard L. Brown School biology major J from Tampa ANT TIME

Education, which takes an active U secretary Miss Sophomore, Miss Linda

part In the operation of the /Pulpit Aid Board Plans Interesting Nov. Meeting Dunn, a Spanish major from
Jacksonville; Miss Junior
project.It )
you are unemployed andy New Bethel AME's Pilp'lfAid The Richard ... Brown School PTA has been meeting- for the Miss Mule Nesbltt a clothing SATURDAY, NOV. 8:30: P.M.

participating In the program, Board, Mrs. Alberta past, two months, re-organltlng its affiliation with the Jacksonville and retailing major from Jacksonville JACKSONVILLE COLISEUM
will be registered with the Morris, president, will celebrate PTA Council Mrs Fred Gotten, Mrs. Hardy R. Clark, &.14. ; and II.1IIltDJor,MUs
Florida State Employment the lth annivemry on Mrs. MarchaU: Merit, representatives of the Jacksonville PTA Geneva Mack, u elementary
Service and be eligible for any November 10 at 4 p.m. la sew Council: assisted the re-organisation. education major from Bridge.ML rN PERSON ON STACK

Job openings they have available auditorium of the church. An educational and interesting the principal: R.H Cook After Conn. THB "a"

for wUch yoa may qualify.Also. Dahlia Garden program has been outlined by each business meeting for the Gateway ladles .noron,j RF.\'In'
u long u art la regular
you
Incoming: meetings, the different i
Tht Dahlia Gardes Circle will 'ITAIIMOPLUS
efforts being
attendance, art
made to place )'OIIID le.mpIoJ1DnL meet November 14 at 7:30 p.m.In Newlywed grade level groups will' Pin Meeting a
the children In
present appropriate "
the home of Mrs. Gladys C. ,
.
I. g.
,,' 1 educational Toe Cat.wai1.t41i. Auxiliary
r
VaughL mo Spires Street.The
Qualifications for partlelpat- roll wUl be called.The Thanks- The PTA Is planning to secull MBS VERONICA LUCKS meets Saturday the Veterans'

Ing la Project ASSIST/ACTION giving will be black-oat curtains for the auditorium Home I&QI1.Inp Road,,at tp.m.
program P. Demps a speech and drama
.choohdocaUoaor ,
are (1) A high
dlicusaed. Mrs. Aleilaa this school term.This Election: of officers will take
three major from Miami.
belter (1a some cases, will be their project: for this place Veterans' Day will be
yean of high school will be I Johnson vice president will. Miss Locate Wesley, ft sociology FOUR
school term. celebrated wtthopea: house all
U to 45years give tilt arrangement Mrs major from Chattaboochee -
,
considered.) (2)) An
The officers art Mr*. Annie day Monday. A special
program
Queen B. Williams president..
(but have was named Miss Junior
(3) Unemployed '
; Patterson, president Mrs.US- will be presented. All art Invited.
had at least oat Job la the past) al Attendant to Miss FAMU. The
Uaa Williams, first vice president All cars art expectedat TOPS
Jolly Croup<<
Miss
but locked bblow victory fro Sophomore
or (4) Employed
Mrs Minnie Griffin Center for
tilt decoration:
; ,
The Jolly Group Social: Strings Attendant to Miss FAMU went
present or potential capa
second vice president Mrs at 9 am.
Club will meet with Mr. and ; .
who art employed to Miss Helen Wade, a speech
muudd.be Mrs Rufus Boilson 1541 West Louise Stewart third vice .
with aa employer by president; Mrs. Carolyn correction major from Tana.bastes. hat tams 1a9 m UKtrua' *
be upgraded. Union Street, Saturday,November -- DOES AIR POLLUTION
whom they nay I. at ,:SO p.m.Mrs Geneva SttlUngs, Recording: secretary Miss FAMUandbsrattendidsbegan W spiwm ail HUT next *
note lrfOltar.lDI.rNtM M3S.UOSS IRRITATE YOUR SKIN
Please : Mars is president Mrs. ] Edward Alien, treasurer
their year-long reign '
ACTON la what can Project do for JOlt ASSIST then/ Carrie B. Mil is secretary: On September II, Miss and RH.News.The Cook. Public Relations following the coronation -r::.,..M' .e b.w..l W N1M e.MWu Sill w..= PRICES: J4.50-$4.00-53.50
Mrs U. Wilson 1s Cromatie daughter of -.b..IIb .
reporter. Debra in Let Auditorium N.a s. M I.rnw.
we will speak to your employer 013. regular monthly PTA ceremony -. W .u..r.rw, ...14 .... lAX INQUDfD. .AuuaTtnutvioHI
B would be to his advantageto Mt. Tabor Usp.rsThe Mr. and Mrs. Williams. meeting will be held at the Thursday evening, November .M Mt.M.u.:= bank.W ;:
have better qualified per sonnet became the bride of Mr. J.V. November 14 at I ". Tbt ceremony ushered U .... WI..M1. M.I.... .! ._-,.r.M.... .. ON lets.l counrur.we.owwlowwiseH
Mt. Tabor Baptist Church Moss, son of Mr, J.V. Mast .school p m. three days of gala homecoming: rM >m Mkilrift '0I*
la his employ. s.IMi""wcu .
Usher Board will hold Its regular Sr., Jacksonville.: There will be presentations activities for the FAMUans ,tti. .. .. .MUM M Millj aU w11.vahOwtaQ.IN NOM COUMWM M4Icoti
The Community Organintlncomponent meeting with Mrs. Nellie Tht ftuptial vows WIn repeated at this time by the Blue Triangle w1..r':wMrr.f.C M. .. U..I. .i wee awes acanN,......,Wes a MOOII'awe Ie a.c.lowvaa<
and friends.
of Project ASSET/ alumni r .>kl Ik tlMtx SIMM Hank iw. ... ..... ,..
Girls under the direction of ikr f ICIOMVIUI hI. .11 axe IMCIOU tia "
M. Zion .. ...
Smith 2149 North College at the Hope Baptist la addition to several other *- M tout *iunr MMiMrtic.M.IC slaiN e.vno.je
sipporllve
ACTION offers Circle at I Saturday Church. Rev. G.T. MeCsll Mrs. Rosemary Twlggs and tbtIchool' q/1. *) ><.wrn.1 uMM ...tl,
services to those who attend p.m. touch football team special events the queens will + | W tM P* J:
November 9. The Bible verse read the ceremonies. be to FAMUat : M.'urn 1,0.t .
required represent
These services ra't-lar: =:::: ,
the classes. under the direction: of Miss (k s
faculties starts with "A". The wedding reception: was the annual! 'Tampa Cl'ttl far . Child
Include: cart Punts Long.Principle _... .... ,
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held at the home of the bride's -1 II t<*
10 and
while you're U class Transportation Cook was surprised In Tampa November .... ..w.r4.r.. I.Mw lay.
Lily White parents, Mr. and Mrs. AJ. at till 36th- annual Orange .
::::
to .ad from the .
with a birthday party, Friday lot* *
Lily White Lodge No US will 1731 Rowe Avenue. .
Williams
it Blossom Classic and Fedhl.Wes uliir* *1&11* suture"11at1
U need Eytexaminations .
classes, you ; afternoon October 15 la the
the annual tea decorated with .
U U need sponsor Sunday, The home was December: 1-7. la Miami,
art
you school cafetorlum by the faculty
,
November 10, at the YWCA on gold and white. Many useful Florida GET
of them. Eighth Street from 4 to I received the the cafeteria and custodial MtAOTOTOeWhen
All cltbue services are offered p.m. gifts were by The Tampa Classic will pit PttOTJTIOH
free ofcharge. All art .Invited Mrs Vera newlyweds. Many guests attended employees.The tilt! FAMU Rattlers against the :-:, r. -:
to participants schoolhead receivdmany: = :::
Johnson Is chairman. the affair. Mr. and Mrs.
to Texas Southern University ... .,... ..
If really want rrruerw
you at 1334 .... gifts, one especially. A gold ..r wwar
Moss art residing Tigers from Houston at 100: .
=: :
:
...
h .
watch him :
wrist presented to rrerel
:
harry A.tOUI.Prior pm. lathe TampaStidtum.The ..IIIIICU.. ....,. y
to the wedding friends by the faculty The principal OBC wlUbe played tube Orange ..............tIw .... ,.U &
thoughtfully prepared prtpnpft made Impromptu remarks.
ModoriSonrlco | affairs. Mrs. Florida Cook, first grade }

A pre-weddlg dinner was .teacher,was pest -, N

I given by Mrs. Thclma M rritt. The committee on arrangements ..(.
aunt of the bride, and by her Included Robert Flowers,
mother, Mrs. Williams, on chairman; Mrs. Heal Argrett, only the
HIT IlLs' September 14. at 1321 Franklin'Street. Mrs Geneva White, Mrs. Al-

The bride-to-be was berta Bryant Mrs. Usual purest+ will do: I

UWIY SHIPS presented a set of silver, t gift Crittenden Mrs. Annie Brown,
." and Mrs. Lucille Mar rltt,cafeteria :
of her aunt and of her mother. VAsauii/ rniouuu JEUV
Invited guests of the groom manager, who prepared helps prevent diaper
,tEHWfi were Mrs. Revs Salmon, Paula the birthday cake and punch. ,. raah-fronadlapntb.np

l Brunt, Miss Ruth PoWer,Pompano to diaper change..witK a
CITEIUEUHIEU Chi Eta Phi
Fla., and others.The Sorority continuous film, providing
moisture thield. E .
a *
bride-to-be was given a
shower by the employees of the- Celebrates Founders peciaUr formulated for
complete purity. No won-
.
Underwood Jewelers on ..
Sigma Chapter of Chi Eta Phi der 9 out of 10 mother
PiUFT ItllTEJTIFFICE tember 21 at the home of Mrs. '
insist
Vaos.lino'
Sorority Inc., recently observed on genuine
Barbara Brown, 1943 Spring
Founder's Day and tile Petroleum Jelly.
Grove Road. This event was You pay a little more than
of the chap-
ISIRt hosted by Mrs Bometta Thomas tenth ter. anniversary for other brands of petroleum
and Joyce Council. TIlt group jelly..but
I:AM tl MM: presented her gifts of china was Tht Mrs.speaker Helen for 8.the Miller occasion: of.Durham. 4 baby U worth IU) your the betted brogue

and 01 crystal The home was N.C., chairman of the Bone of our aO-fhi aKow are quite a bit bojrlakt Like

SIT AM SMUT: with decorated an gifts In shades arranged of under bbt, wollaColci Nursing North l.i5 allrM4-W IIrope that' pinked. paled, buckled 1aoIL

a colorful umbrella.Laacbeoa at Durham, Brown aatiqued loatiMr upper and Umishod braaebackk.TKattoday .

JII: T8 3PM: was served In and a member of tht national ook of QuaMCraltU yours far Jurt 8.99

keeping with the event. Many sorority, which U composed.
were enjoyed and courtesies of professional nurses. Mrs. -
games
Miller was the recipient of the
: Attending
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Grand Queen And Runner.up
Wives Alliance I Leister Accuses litkeni Church

Will Herr Orlssae Wenis LesseiMt. r r Prince Hall

Zion AME Church, JOlEasJ-BeavefBtreet' Bet. CharlesK. Plan Session r Has Celebration (Of licksliiinf OR Rice Preklea I

Todd, pastor, will a sere Us 43rd Annual Women's Day The Baptist Ministers Wives churchmen from over the country and from
811Dd11.ICtn'ember 10. Grand officials of the Prince Alliance d Jacksonville, Devil foVelcVbackgrounds la St. Louis for afosr-day meeting
The morning speaker will bt .with Mrs. Ollrla Smith u dl- Hall Grand Lodge AF and AM and adjacent) counties Mrs. : gathered that the "Cbr1st1all (Church II de-
Mrs. Thclma Jackson Dudley, of Florida and Jurisdiction will !. win 'October t9, and duped
redress and by the combined C. Williams, president, oppression of black Latenu by white
member of Carter Tabernacle choirs of Mt. Zloo AYE with make their official visits on riiJr celebrate its twenty-fourth humanising Itself by the Presbyterian church United maintains
Christian Methodist Episcopal November IS at illS Jefferson November L uther aDd that the
Mrs. Johnnie Lewis u direct anniversary Monday, opt salariesand places emphasis on "reachingand
Orlando, Fit. Mr. Dudley U: re as.Sunday. Street, at I p.m. II, In the St. Pail Baptist :a lack parity In middle-class at the eipense of the
a member of the National School begins at t:JO The Worthy Grand Master Is Church, 17)8 Winton Drive. ; abetting the American
Cornell of Ttachcrt English' a,m, with Mrs. Charlotte Stew W.C. Jenkins. Mrs. Hannah Rev and Mrs. Eddie Taylor ministry to the poor"
of the Florida Council of art and stall la cbt e. B. Miner Is Royal Grand Ma will be hosts. The anniversary This powerful and vocative A powerful statement among
Churches and of Ow Second. The evening service wiHbta iron, OES, and Mrs. Annie L. program will begin at T45p.m. group of 90 churchmen was the several read by the minister
Church., United. Mrs. Dudley ail, p... Mrs. J.P. SmaD wm Davis is Most Grand Worthy It will feature a husbands' and beaded by a National Committee follows: "We Intend to strip
will be presented by Mrs.BrUla .' preside. Mrs. Alvin White will Matron, RJ. wives' recital. The public is of Negro Churchmen The first away the pious! cloak which
Thomas Stephens., be featured in "Words and Mrs. Davis will be gout of Invited. Mr.. J.B Kinchen,Mrs.S black Lutheran caucus was held hides that power ((1b power
Others apptarlaf la CM Mask by Whlehto. LI..." District No. S, under the leadership .M. Gatson, Mrs. W.C. Marry at the Gateway Hotel.The openIng .to be) and Its operation in
morning Mnrieta will be: Ifra. Others participating will be of Grand District and Mrs fuse Ran are on the statement was made'br Re,. church and world. We demand
Ophelia Toston, general chair' Mrs. Ellsha Jones and Mrs. Reporter E. Bradford. program committee.The Albert Pero, Jr., Detroit.association that the power possessed by
man; Mrs.Josephine Gohageri' Cascle Kemp The combined There are fourteen Eastern last meeting of the group president. the church be used to enhance
and Mrs. Cassia Kemp, cochairmen -' choirs of the church will famish Star chapters, five Courts of was held In the home of Mrs. The Lutheran conferees justice within and without the
; Mrs. T lma Banner music. Heroines. M. Williams is re* Corby, 1924 West Ninth Street, pledged to fight "militant catalysts church. The power of the Church
.an, Mrs Jsnle Epperson,Mrs porter. with Mrs. David Johnson u1aoIte. in the church and to help must and shall be made to la*
Smart Pope Livingston, Jr., Dr. Washington ... The meeting.. well eradicate the "cancer of flnence more decisively for
Mrs. William Toner, Mrs. D. attended. Guests were Miss racism" from the predominantly good every effort at ecclesiastical
.. Penis, Mrs.Rayaoad "Hippy AM I" t Brcnda Badger, Rev. W.Young, white church." Ret. Cyril and social reform.A .
Xing, Mrs. James P. Small;. At Ratgers U. Rev. J. Kincben, Rev. Smith.' Lucas of Sacramento Calif., strong and convincing message
Mrs. Martha Hlllmaa, Rer. Prticher DiesWASkntGTG.rptP1Elder Mrs. Johnson and her aunt,Mrs. said that the predominantly was delivered bf MaaJana
Mrs. Amanda Anderson, Mrs. A week lectures at Rutgers Corby, were hostesses. white Lutheran Church has beea Ron Karenga militant black
Lew*' Bennett, Mrs. Nathaniel University has been delivered Members of the alliance are lax In attempting to win over nationalist from Los Angeles,
Davis, Jr., Mrs. Clarence Ma' by Dr. Brenetta Washington, Solomon Llghtfoot Mlchaus requested to meet Monday, black people because of their who urged consolidation. of
this. Mrs. Mildred Sherman, wife of Mayor Walter Wasblnc the "Happy Am V preacher November 11, at 8.30 P.., In fear that the white churchmen resources for eommaaltyorgtaltatloa
) rs. !. ,Tong and Mrs. Mary too. credited with prompting a large the home cube president,Mrs. would leave.Featured. in black
,Brown. Dr. Wuhlegtcmdtrsctadthe number d black voters to shift C.L. Williams for a special by the Lutheran communities.
Music wffl be furnished by the Women's Job Corps,lectured oa from the Republican to the rehearsal. James Klnchea and were workshops dealing with "There's nothing we cant do
William Raises Hlfh Cnsemhle problems la her f eld.IOTA'S Republican to the Democratic I Miss &endaNudger will direct. the recruitment, training and together and nothing we eta
Party-U dead. I placement black clergy,black do alone," be said.

The 14-year-old black cleric, The Sunshine Band of the Royal Tabernacle Baptist Church will West Union Baptist c a.u r e k m e I organliatlon, u a ringing speech Intenupted
who pronounced his name Mel''sbaw the of and cries of
theological Implications by applause "yoa
I celebrate Its anniversary on Sunday night November 10, at 7.10
GROCERY STORE13thf'BiMyrtle1FormeriyGeorge's suffered t stroke shortly p... Ylckel Michelle, left above Is Miss Sunshine Band ell'". Will CelebrateMen's Black Power ear.I.DcIINdIIIr tell us.cLarcblDel10r'DD Karanga castigated
after going Into a hospital fora of Black congregations. Black black depending
Miss Mary Jackson. runner-n). Vickie ls the daughter of Mr.
checkup on August 35. He was I.DcI.coao.le whites denominational'
churchman and
politics, ,
and Mrs. Heseklah Rogers, SSJ1 Polller Drl... Mary Is the
SoonMen's
kept In the hospital untfl his. Day of
development duplication, feckofpolltlealsophistication
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William James, illS West tth Street
,death. Blacks la Black CO" I1I11Wt.. leadership and
will be observed
Day
His religious movement attracted Another Black ministers -
group, understanding.
'' ; thousands of black andwhite CoiRcilwoiMR Mithis Speaks Sunday November 17, at theWed in the Presbyterian Master Karenga reminded hisbearers
triciVin vain Baptist Church
Ciililj ,
followers during the 1930s Church In America, presented that black churchmen
w.- and 1940s. At St. lutes Rev. A.F. Coamings, pastor. their grievances to that mast themselves
: A.M.E. Smiiy Better Men for Cbrlstiin organise to do
S '1' late Huts He was eojuatty at borne with church's highest officials.: Rev. for themselves. Four things are
r the nation's leaders,cultivating New St James AME Church, Pet AD. Harris, pastor u a Service" Is the motto for the Dr. John Coventry Smith and Important to every black nan,
.: Init.Milk-lnr the.. friendship of Presidents put of Us gala celebration of Womea's Day Sunday, November celebration. William P. 'Thompson era- common Ideology, common or*
Franklin D. Roosevelt 10, will have u pre speaker la ON Officers for the day will bet
'II'i Harry morning service at 11 am. tor and stated clerk also. pnliatlonal structure,common
i 'Itttr uls-teUs _. Truman and Dwlght D.Elsea* Councilwoman Sallye B. MattOa, one of the two councilwoman Cleveland Clinch, chairman; Ninety-one mlalsters I were community system and common
bower. of Jacksonville, la what ls expected to be a stirring message Mack Moore, Jr.,co-chairman, ; presented at the S a e r a I o D- resource bank. He criticised
: Elder Mlchaus organised the designed to get the dars Drccram off la bleb sear.Mrs. Clarence Jackson programs; Jefferson Hotel meeting. Complaints the acceptance on the part of

I SIIIUUA Good Neighbor League la Wash Mathls. native of Jacksonville woman Mathts ,wrote a new ter Albert and Brlnkley Walter ,Williams Charlie Bas. were u to salaries, blacks offended super monies.
program
loguand means of feeding u educator, civic and chapter la the political history committee members Tin employment practices of hotels The UCLA graduate said that
hoss clotting: victims religious leader, has made of the city be becoming the first W.F. Gordon ;J.H. and facilities used by the operational unity Is IIIportaat.
Stick Cummings, ,
Ciifliti, of the Depression.His great contributions to the educational of two Negro women on the Albert fiance .church, the need funding for He Is founder of the Los Angeles -
Hood Brlnkley '
organlsttioa aided the war religious, civic and Consolidated Council, u well Nathan Moore treasurer., ; matt fjnmfl| fi.| U a part of Operational Unity. His
veterans who moved Into Us" political growth of Jacksonville as one of the first Negroesto Others will bel'JtbooI., the Presbyteriaa Economic Development religion ls Kawalda pwahUlX
trig lOLA shacks In the nellons's ftplt*!. and Decal County the Council since 1907. Clinton program, the need Be spoke d the organisations'which
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TRAP? Riley Baptist Training
When federal troops, icier The noted lawmaker earned ;
Prauletnr' Mrs. Mathls wlllbe Introduced Robert Bailey, Nathaniel' Down* for relating ministries, and the banded together la Los
Republican President Herbert, her Bachelor of Science degree by Urs. Etta U Brooks, city alleged eiploltattcB: of blacks Angeles to keep following
Iwoo xEW MANAGEMENT-.U S.LOLA >r rtjamrly Hoover er and A.A. minister, Baptist peace
drove
away theveterans from Institute
Tttskegee and la
librarian America and the rest of the the Mtf4fitkii of Dr. Mantis
of Pick l> Pay at Ashley,A Davis Streets) who were seeking a '? 'l'a Training Union; Raymond Rosa,
Mrs. Willis Lee Smith matron world particularly la South Luther King.
,
el! Iel l ., BalsdeaandH.
< jii ,1 m e publicity; Cleopbus
I bonus, Mlchan moved. Into the !, \ of Temple Chapter "0.M.OES. firewater, ushers aid Africa. ..,. Gene Turnerallademhia of Karenga concluded Ida Rued
I c" fRE: -;XUTO' LIFE 'GflOUPfl21 Democratle camp. The League a Az I. wUl be the guest soloist. Grant Brother 'Brown and Brother; presented the, sage?,by stressing W. are
I ." I' later became a political arm \ Memorial Choirs "0.' I and Mo.: Smith, tag. grlevan ... Rev.''Preston Wil/ back, we art black., we an
1ISUlUCE of the Roosevelt admtnlstrattos J will serve u guest groups liams of Boston read a state black, Leta pt back toblack?',
and organised the vote among i with Mrs. Luella McBride as Booster Artist meat of purpose of the group Rt,. James M.
I t S Aiti litiBrtjItstiit poor people-both black and Thai Rev. Williams mentioned that d Memphis, led 1&.f.1
white.
.. for the day "God Is God of a power u well sertvce at St Peter's AME
Elder' Mlchan's tent meet follows: Sunday School, 9 30. u love. The ministers pointedout Church later la the .....
Citirifii ; .lags, attracting thousand: d Subject "Christians, Live Ei* ] that the denomination'ls Press relations were handled
stressed earthy con..tentmeoi tsar pe c is nlly." Participants U that ecumenically related to three by Ernest Boyntoo press chief

' Hi $Nt Slit n. M'' heavenly optimism / service will be: Pastor for the ; major black churches, AME, Miss Man Tllghman Miss
... : Tabernacle day, Mrs. AJ>. Harry; Rev AMEZ and Christian Methodist Ernestine CoOeld and Miss K.Longeope. .
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.. i Baptist t.J 'A. Harris,, pastor of St James? 3 3s I Episcopal through the Con .

'Jpielil, lain 1 Youth HaveAnniversary ', ,! ,. Jhots. l' Leatha Mrs. Eloue Jones Edmonds, co-superintend and Mr .. II saltation on Church Ildaa.Conecticut.

SundayThe .v eats; Mrs. A.M. Sneedt, Mew I Master Chesti
Fir mari lists .J Bethel AME, guest superintendent
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Youth Department of ULLYI MATBII ; Mrs. Pearl A. Home.Woodlawa .
Tabernacle Baptist Institution the masters from FloridaAIM. Presbyterian, peat I For (Jilted Chirch '..sltlt.WTFORD .

t In titis al Church.. will observe the Mrs. Mithls\ Is a former Pianist Ebeneser; Miss recording: Penny secretary'and Amanuel, ,< Coos The Re?. Milton L. Upton, minister of

with anniversary the Sunday, Sunday School.beginning teacher d Deal Cou 7. The, Mrs Elka Williams, West X"..,.'.'''' Beecher Memorial United Church of Christ, Mew Orleans,
fir tfJiriti Mists ...Solomon U Mrs.. leader U a member of Central Friendship Baptist, financial. a '/ Louisiana, vas elected to the national staff of the Board for
.CALLbxkT.. Jolq The superintendent Baptist Church and serves asa secretary. L.J. :.4i..Mera. L Homeland Ministries of the United Church of Christ.Be .
( speaker for the day
Is Larry Morse of First member of the choir and aa Guest teacher will be: Bible THOMASENA"OWENS wjll serve the department Enforcement fM the Admlnl*

You CREDIT IS'600D PAY Willi!:;YOU DIM I Baptist Church.AH youth choirs She Instructor Is associated U the Sunday with School.many Class Mrs. Beatrice Ziegler, The Booster Cad d the Mat* of special ministries need to of mmlMof stjatlon of Justice; Human
Mew the
meet Wednesday afternoon at fraternal ud tote Bethel AYE; Senior Class, thew W. Gilbert Junior-Senior board'schurch Relations Committee city of
8.30.: The teachers meeting wUl e organizations Mrs. Elisabeth M..... St. High School ertenstoa division. Be Hew Orleans; Urban League of
lOll CITY INSURANCE ,, them the presents' Mrs.
YWCA
AGENCY among will be
be Stephen's AME Intermediate responsible for super* Greater New Orleans Com-;
Wednesday at 6.4S p.... the Ruin Relations Cojncll ; Thomasena B. Owens, sees ;
,
.rising and projects
developing
Class. Mrs. Baberskam.Junior unity Relations Council
above In benefit
I W.F.uclSf. P.ooe 3S .1151 HEWS DEADLINE the NAACP League of Women Class Mrs. Mary Alamet day November a recitaLSsn-at with churches and community fiilslana Council QQ Human
Voters and the Delta Sigma 10. I p m..
to
groups meet such
Elisabeth Baptist la the auditortum problems Rights and t the LoaII1ua Cow
All Den should be la the Florida Theta Sorority. Mrs. Mathishas Church; P r 1 m a rj Class No. 1, Baptist Church of St John's as watt racism, poverty and cfl on Human Rights and the
Bridle
.: Star Office by Tuesday at Ip... for her received outstanding several services.citations Mrs.: Betty Emanuel Ebeneser Oakley Streets., Accompanists and the a11ea&t1oa of ghetto youth.: 1Gu1IJaDa A4YIIorrComdtH.U.I. .
K you should mall your news.U Church : Class Commission Civil
Mow ;; Primary No. 2, will be Wallace Mama --
a member of the Consolidated tamale '
should be f-
mailed
Monday that Miss Ruth St. Matthews Rights.
Council of Jacksonville Haynes 1.. Davis and Rev. A J. Hughes.
h U will reach our office by Tues the Bold Mew City Council-,' AWE Chard; Beginners'Class Ushers will be: Mmes.: Mary I He directed three registration
day. and Miss Shirley White, drives for new voters la Mew
Woodford Vera
fit. Stnhn'.. ),Ira A s:._..... dell Wilson Jones. Mae- Orleans.
Joan Wilson.
will handle the Sunday School Helen Gillian and Annie Ruth Mr. Upton Is vice chairman
lesson procedure. The lesson Halt. Hostesses will be: Mmes. of the IIaUoaal bolted Church
rl Your professional beautician study will be followed by music Geraldine Pa-ton. Clementine 1 of Christ Committee for Racial
by the Sunday School choir.. Jacobs. Miss Bobble Foster, Justice and Is a member, and
knows the answer... Class reports will be made. Miss Diana Jacobs and Mrs. former vice chairman of the
l-1' The morning worship begins Josephine Collins Mrs. Breads. United Church Ministers for
at 11 ..... with Mrs Harris. Fields and the Debooaire Social Racial and Social Justice. Be
wife of the pastor, presiding. Club. Proceeds go to the i Is a member the'socialactlon
4 MriQMM MOW Mew St. James Is located at Booster Club's Scholar ship fund Committee of the denomination's
nUffKMtf CAL SV SNOW ZIti Forest Street. at Matthew W. Gilbert. Admission k New Orleans Associatingand
Is peroxide needed to 1s free Herbert OwensIs I a member of the Inter-Faith
.. OWMrMtJSSWSSDo ** *** president. City Committee of the

.. color Federation of Churches. Be
unwanted
hair?
gray twice was a delegate to the
you have questions NEW ADULT CLASSES
about thVolgi'test I..t.. United Church of Christ biennial
crisis our nation has ever General Synod.
faced, the' 'racial crisis? Hair care and beauty experts know that the first traces of gray StirtiitNiv. 25, 1MI IH: PM BET. MILTON UPTON From INS to 1963 he was a

Do you have suggestions you'd, like halr-and even light fading of natural color after chemical re An example of the kind of wort visiting lecturer u Philosophy
to mate to the Black and the laxing-can dull a woman's appearance and make her look older ENROLL NOW! be will be doing 1s the develop and Religion at DIUard University
White than she feels. While most hate these In New
leadership women premature aging mad d "laterfalth action Orleans. Be vuchairman
about bow to solve it? effects many are hesitant about using permanent peroxide hspitil 1 liii Class centers to attack prejudice In : gf the LoaII1ua industrial -
.- Do you want to hear what other halrcoJoring which may change the natural hair color while suburban communities IB the School for Colored
ordinary citizens ash people}Jobn coloring gray. Cisiiir-Silis Clerk Detroit, Mlchigaaarea.Another, Children and of the Free Southern
Lindsay, and Stokely Professionally-trained hairdressers know the Importance of Is u experimental ministry 'I acre. He has beta vice
what sort Carmichael and their customers' preferences when unwanted gray becomes a Kii.iriirtii Tucfcir's aWl for disturbed children an* president of the uterdenomlnaUonal -
of
w18"" they come up problem. These experts also know that CLairol created semi/ alienated young blacks in theWcncn's Mipift rU) .Alliance In'
with? Make yourself, heard and hear' it permanent Loving Care hair color lotion without peroxide. ..., Group and dividual (lufridioi AfiHaa Portland, Ore. 'Mew Orleans since 1959 and
all on NIGHT CALL, thenew, nation- to color only the gray without changing the natural shade. They Mr. election to his was president of the Ministerial
vide telephone call-in show. also find Loving Care blends back color faded by chemical S uitar-P1ano-yoice .Trumpet.-Drums new post took place at the annual Alliance In Atlanta in 1951.Pillbeirtn .
\; processing. Because of its mildness. Loving Care maintains meeting of the United Church
RNC11:31.M.,1s: 12:3MJ.: : healthy looking hair and lasts through a month of shampoos. 'Saiophone-Flute-Oboe Trombone-Viol Board here recently. Be will No. 11
\ !V Whatever woman's reason for wanting Loving Care for her 'French riorn-Theory String Bass-Tuba ,tax* office In January. 1969 at -
h frlsiy hair, she is always wise to consult professional beautician. the New YorkCUybath erters List Meetiio
j till Cilliet! 212-7 '. Hairdressers are equipped with a family of fine Clairol products Violin-Cello of the United Church of Christ Pallbearers
'! .3311 1 and the training to promise each patron the loveliest and Minister of Beecher Memorial Society No.Ilwln
I "leased The United Methodist Church personalized halrcoloring effects every time she visits her salon.most Bolden's Church since 1951, be has also meet 7 ....,. .Mot.at Chapel
National Council cooperation with the If you dislike( gray and want no peroxide why not ask your College been active !U Cflmramlty and AM.E.Church p.m u varick
I, Natlooal of Churches beautician to glamorize it with Loving Care civic aflalrs. Be has served oa Ninth JtreeL.a.JDeu '

) Catholic Florida Council Office: for Chinches Rad1o.ud,TtJma:iii' .CUIr*me.W; CDurttIt c.ua.ao1wlc. ;1816 W. 20th Street Registrar JW4465C. on the Mayor's oa Voter Advisory Registration.Committee will be transacted.of vital importance

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I Black Methodists For Church Renewal Plan National Meeting In-A'! : ;


National Jewish Hospital Helps
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CHURCH NEWS

; Drive For Rift College NeedsST.
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(COLOSSIAJB BAPTIST LOUIS-Lining the burdens of the blacks through the bleak
Sunday School begins at 9:SO a.m. with the superintendent and church by developing new strategy were major Issues diseased
''teachers In chare. The lesson will be reviewed by the super by the executive board of the Black Methodists for Church
Intendent. The morning worship begins at 11 a.m. The evening : Renewal In a two-day meeting at Union Memorial United
'..worship begins at 6 p.m. Choir No. land Choir No. > will urn Methodist Church October 29 and 30.
throughout the day. Usher Board No. will urn all day. The This..tnolied'ratalnc funds for Black Methodists for Church
pastor RCT. R.J. Crawford, will speak at both services Choir : the Rust College Holly Springs, Renewal" booklet:
No. 1 will hold a rehearsal Tuesday at 6 p.m Choir No. 2 will Miss., Immediately to urging "The Methodist Church has
rehearse Friday at 5 p.m. Prayer service Is trery Tuesday at United Methodist Church fund tailed: Institutionally and spirit*
1'1:30. p.m. District No. 1 and No. 2 and Usher Board No. 1 will 7 deposits In black banks. tally to be the church tt has
celebrate their anniversaries on November Z5. In one move, a committee of refused to take seriously its
ft the Black Methodists met with mission to redeem an ttunHnd.B .
KOLSET. CME t :Bishop Eugene M. Frank, president has denied the black man's.
1 Sunday School begins at 9 30 a.m. with the superintendent Mrs. of the Council of Bishops, right to self-determination because *
J*, Births Grlffen and teachers, in charge. The moraine worship to urge the raising of $100,000 It has frustrated his quest
begins at 11 a.m. with the pastor charge. The evening service by December: 15 for Rust Col for self-realisation It has
begins at 6 p.m. Stewardess Board No. 1 will meet Sunday at 4 lege. failed In every respect to seethe
"p m. at the home of Urs Eola Green 1117 East Third Street. Bishop Frank promised to black mu U a child of God.
.Stewardess Board No. I wUl m.ettt 4 p.m. on Sunday, November present the matter to the The Reality has been Oat the
f! 24, with Mrs. Dorothy Pollard, 1122 Van Bur en Street. Urs. Eva Council of the 10.3-mllllon black man 1s denied full'membership
'Gilbert Is secretary. member denomination so that In tlelast national
Rust College could receive an church."
** FIRST BORN TEMPLE additional matching .sum of "...The thrust of "blaek
Sunday School begins at 10 a m. Minister MeQ see a Is super $100,000 from an Industrialist.Tbe : power" la this context Is to
H Intendent. The morning worship begins at 11 a.m. The new board also recommendedthat awaken black and white Method
:begins' at 4.30 p.m. Mrs. Margaret Smith Is president. The .the United Methodist ids .so they might come to see
son:evening worship begins at 6 p.m. The rally will end. Church deposit some 'of the and carry oat the mission of the
\ millions of dollars it handles church as It relates to all men."
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j' MACEDONIA BAPTIST '" ..... each year ,la some of the 17 The Black Methodists group
All members, deacons, deaconesses and Choirs 1,2,1, and 4, black banks across the country.The has called for the United Methodists *
1 U well u Usher Boards No. 1 and No. have been requested to suggestion came from Dr. to consider nulling with
., accompany the pastor to Mt. Ararat BaptlstCburch Monday night Jerome Williams president other black Methodist bodies
'to render service, at 7.30 p.m. Services Sunday will begin at the board of directors of the (African Methodist Episcopal.African .
f".:30 a.m. with Nathaniel Singleton and teachers In charge of the Gateway National Bank la St Methodist Episcopal

.Sunday School. The consecration service begins at 10:45 with I I' 1It w ., LouIs. Zion, Christian Methodist
the pastor In charge. Devotions,will be conducted by the deacon Another move called for the Episcopal) before merging. with
t .board. Music will be furnished bv Choirs No. 2 and No, 4. with r j support of the Poor People's other church groups.
J.mtllCltebelll charge. Usher Board No. 2 win serve. Deacon ., campaign t,of Syracuse, NT- Union Memorial,, where the
}' Board No. 1 will meet after the morning worst lp The BTPU boor Richard N. Bluestein, left, executive vice president of Denver's Mrs. Lucille Wilson Representing the Shrine poop Is Macao straggle for salaried Jobs' at two-lay sessions were held. Is
} will begin at 9.30 with Mrs. ML Polite la charge. The evening National Jewish Hospital and Research Center,greets a youngster Brodnax, Imperial Director of Marching Clubs. The Shrlners General Electric Company. It considered one of the most
worship will begin at 6:30 p.m. Both major sermons will be''deU..red admitted under auspices of the Ancient Egyptian Arable Order help support NJHRC's research program. Michael will undergo symbolizes the plight of black architecturally perfect and
** by the pastor Rev. Burgess, assisted by Rev. William 'Nobles of the Mystic Shrine The patient 1s ll-month-old Mkhaef treatment for a chronic respiratory condition. Americans across the country' beautiful churches la the nation
Parker. The Christian Aid Society meets Monday Bight. On Wilson of Denver, shown arriving at the hospital with his mother __. u will u la the church. and has been featured la several *
*,' Tuesday night the weekly Prayer meeting takes place, u well Plans were also outlined for publications. The Rev. John
'as Bible study. On Wednesday at I p.m. Choir No. 1 and No. 3 Baltimore Minister United Methodist Church Young Peoples the national meeting,la Atlanta, I'. Doggett Is pastor.
c, will rehearse. On Thursday at noon the Missionary Society Simpson Ga. February 20-23, at the la another denominationalblack
conducts prt'tr.'nIt t.elatr.'lnttUDell Thursday at 7.30 p... Guest Of Second Union Meets With Interdenominational Theological caucus meeting here the
,,' ''On Friday night Cbolr No. 2 and No. 4 rehearse. District No. 2 Plans Women's Day For No. Center Black Presbyterians United
'will meet with Mrs. Emma Brown on East 30th Street. District Baptist' Sunday Somi cr the outstanding civil elected officers. They are the
No. 4 will meet with Mrs Nellie Bruce on East 29th Street Mrs. Women's Day will be observe at Simpson United Methodist Epheslan November 10 ',rights political ecumenical Rev. t. Wellington Butts,
Bessie, Merchant Is reporter, Rev. M.C. Bascora U Baltimore Church Kings Road and Cleveland Street on Sunday, November I leaders are expected to parti Englewood, N.J., president; the
r will be the speaker Sunday 10. 1961 The Young Peoples' Union will clinic U the second II II I Rev John Peterson, Winston'
b', BETHLEHEM BAPTIST morning at Second Baptist The General Chairmanship 1s guest participants for roe YouthHour's meet Sunday, November 10, at conference. Salem N.C. vice president;
Sunday School begins at f JO a.m, with Deacon Eugene Sawyer Church for the anniversaryobservances. held by Mrs. Doris J. Parsons. Musical Program will I pm. at Epheslaa Baptist Emphasis at the Atlantameet* the Rt,. George B. Brooks,
1: 'Mrs. L. Webbert and Mrs. Sadie Fedd Incharge. The morning Dr. Bascom Is Her co-chairmen art Mrs.Cora be the Eugene J. Butler High Church, Third and Stafford, Ing will be focmsed on yoath, Phoenix, Aria, treasurer; and
.' service begins at II a.... The Home Mission Sod* will serve pastor of the Douglas MemorialCommunity James and Mrs. LarettaMUchett. School Chorus. Rev. W. Ben, pastor. .seminarians college students the Rev. Willis Tabor, Detroit,
,
the dining room Choirs,ushers and the congregation will worship Missionary Baptist The evening program beginsat The Tiny Boyd Singers win and militants. There will also secretary.
1', witt Mt. Plsgah AME Church. The evening service begins at Church and a member of the The speaker for the morning e;M p.m. Special guest par be hosts for the Onion. Little be a new thrust la black com
.r I p.... Choirs, ashen and congregation will accompany Rev. W. Missionary Baptist Church. Re hour of worship will be Dr. Uelpants sic "The Mystic Terri Boyd 1s pr.I eDl. Mem jntmtty lovoltemeat and Innovations Union Community
L. Williams to Mt. Ararat at 7.30 p m. On Monday the church 1s a member of the trustee Florence L. ROUt chairman Music Aires" of West Union hers are Fay Boyd Nita Burke la worship services..
a goes to Second Baptist at 7.30 p.m. On Thursday November 14, board of Florida Memorial the Division of B&. She will Baptist Church. Other guests and Tens Williams. Mrs Mary The Black Methodists were
h' the church accompanies Rev. W.U Williams to First Corinth College and a graduate of the ,be Introduced by Mrs. Alma C.. appearing on the program are: Anderson will be mistress ofceremonies. organised la February 1MI, Choir Has Founding
'at 7.30 p.m; school. Daniels. The; choir of Mt. .l01I' Mrs. Thelma Ray Mrs. Corlne Little Machen la Cincinnati Ohio with theRe Choir No.2 of Vales Community .
The noted minister wW beheard .United Methodist Church,under Waters Mrs. Dorl.Gr...., Jackson daughter of Nathaniel *. James M. Uwson Jr., A.ME. church win
"\ 'EMANUEL BAPTIST ( la the morning at lla.m. the direction of Mrs. Loretta Mrs. Johnetta Brows, Mrs Jackson., will be guest soloist, pastor of Centenary UnitedMethodist observe Its twentieth annlver
:,* be ..Wanb. usual bou'r with the pastor tad officers charge ''tontine* with u.n.r'M"le..c sour of worship Guest WUltasuiaad Mrs. Rebecca**K nUlo.<.through*..the. elry ofJacksonville. chairman, see also prasVted at QlJOI .
On Wednesday Choir No. 2 WiD rehearse at I p... The noonday at which: time Rev. C.C. Brown soloist Is Mrs. Jessie Polke. Thompson. 'Twelve groups tbe&Iacr"' Prayer service will be held at the church. The monthly confer and the congregation of First Other guest participants art Rev. S J. Robinson, Ir.,.. Is will sing SancSa,. The1 Fashion board meeting held here. speak The church 1s located atBeaver
I' eace will be at the usual hour. The male chorus will rehearse New %loa Missionary Baptist Mrs. Ruthle Brown Mrs. Edna minister, Mrs. Pearl Made-, ettes have been Invited to be Purpose of founding the Black' and Eversoa. Rev. N.
*. at ,:JO p.m. Sunday School begins at ':JO with Mrs Mamie Rev. A.F. Cummings and West Adams Mrs. Ruth tlmberUke, reporter, Tena's guests. Bernard Methodists for Church Renewalas McCrsy Is pastor. Mrs.Juanlta
Fields' and Deacon George Smith In eIIu.. The lesson will be Union Baptist, Rev TheodoreR. Mrs CirfU Al-nniUr. Ulti McClala 1s reporter. defined In Its '.FIncSlD of Gene IM ..,.ldeDL
reviewed by u appointee. The consecration 1s at 10:50 a.m. Lee,.SpringhlU Baptist, will trweodolyoSbellon: IltaJ.l .
it I The morning service begins at 11 I..., with the deacons share. Arnold, Mrs. M. Snyder Mrs.:
charge. Fellowship will be attended to new members laths will The be Pastor's Monday Night beginning program at Pinkie Jonnson, Mrs. Geneva Grade "A" Fta. Or Gi. FreshFRYERS
morning service Holy Communion will be administered at 2.30 Crockett and Mrs. E.Slngleton.
p.m, with Rev S.L. Badger speaking. Choirs No. 1 and No. 2 7:43 pm.Churches. The Youth Hour will be held
wW sing. Usher Board No. 1 and No. 2 will serve. Mrs. Marian and pastors peril from 4:00 until LOOp.mSp.clalCommunity 4
Carter and Mrs. C.B. Fisher will be la charge of music. On clpatlng la the Monday night 29
Monday November U, the pastor accompanied by Choir No. service will be Day Spring, A.M.E. '
Rev C.A. Weaver Zloo
2 and Usher Board No. 2, Deaconess Board No. 1 and Districts ; Hope, *\ ,
No. 17 amt II will accompany the putor toSweetfleld Baptist Rev. EJl. Simpson; Bethlehem, Church Planned
Rev, W.L. Williams and
for service.FRIENDSHIP. 1
t. PRIMITIVE' BAPTIST Friendship Jacksonville Baptist, Rev., Remus North For November 10 .,t l,: 2 to 3 Ib. AvijTTB. vv *

T, Sunday School begins at 145 a....with Mrs.L. Smith la charge. Smith.A The cornerstone laying of the j .
reception will follow forDr,
The morning service begins at 11:30: with Deacon Winston Ware Community AME Church will
and Deacon Joseph McPherson la charge of devotlonals. Rev. and Mrs. Soma after the be Sunday, November 10 at I
..
In the
services dining room
'
,Robinson and congregation will participate la services at the p.m.
J MU Sinai Primitive Baptist Church. District No. 1 will meet of the church. Grand Master W.C. Jenkins,
J it the church Monday night. The church's choir No. 1 win Pride Of Mateo thirty-third degree will preside
.observe Its second anniversary Monday night at I p.... Mrs over the ceremonies. He
r Geraldine Eagle Is program chairman. The female choir' Is Grand Muter of the Prince
guest
< will come from Mt. Olive Primitive. The serving choirs will Plans MeetingThe Hall Grand Lodge AFAM of "SIPU.IICIT" 74 MIMIM SLICED 1Irn.ICI'! lunn ,mr mien.
r come from Mt Ararat Baptist No. 1 Usher Board of Friendship Pride of Maceo TempleNo. Florida and Jurisdiction, Inc.
will serve. .. Mattie Boltanls president.Mrs.Trellis Murray 116, IBPOE of W will meet The church 1s located at Pork Chops ?oUd.etu 69 s Chuck Steak. 59 *
I.Is. musician. Rev Uajrwood Robinson Is pastor November 7 at 712 West Dual Beaver and Everson Streets. .
Street at Ip.m Daughter Ruler The Joint choirs of the church
!t Church of Christ Writtti In Hattie L James expects all to will furnish music. Rev. N. .
be present. Daughter Qoeen B. McCray Is pastor All are In PINK II AQIA UDBID BETEI.ENT AIMBBI EXTRA SPCtlAl!

Heaven Holds' Youth Day I Williams reporter. vited.Thanks. SUN-GLO -. 69 Vienna Sausage 4 99'.

The Church of Christ Written Heaven,1430 Kings Road Elder
n 'Ibomu Brown pasta will celebrate National YoutIIDaySatur-
day November I. 1961. 30* IFF LABEL BETEI.ENT
'1 UP lIUT tlTU nE ECIAE!
Consecration will be held at :99 '
I. Bishop. J B. Is UI1 taDt.Eioer :
a,1 p.a. The eomnunlon will be Thomas Brown hot minister. DASH fAlllJr Chunlna: 389.*
., administered at 1 a.1L Insplratlon Rotena P. Mlddleton Is church SlIE
.
and Evangelism will be reporter.
emphasized at 9 p.m. The
.
.' Citizens' Hour will be held at Bhrens Specials +, t't' EXTIA SPECIAEINescafe.
INSTANT COFFEE
} .
.2 pm Business and reports'f : f:
f be accepted at 3:30 p.m. .
Prepare For MusicalThe
.. ,Toe Sunshine Hour will be held Mi, 79*
t.at 530. Divans Special a youth .
f, At 7.15 the national address dramatic gospel group of the
I.' win be delivered by Elder J. city with their Instruments of
'P. Jones. The evening worship Faith Ensemble will be presented ANN PACE SJECIAl! "
.follows at 130. ._ at the New Ban Church 79
7 Sunday School will be at 10 of God In Christ Deliverance ( JIM Or Jelley 3ii, <

; a.m. with Bishop J.B. Walker Temple Sunday night November I
of Trenton NJ.. la charge. 10, at I p.... The churchIs !
SPECIAL
He will be assisted by Super. located at Lafayette and JANE PAIKEI DELICIOIS .
1. Intendent Moody of the Georgia Albert Streets. Elder Richard .: > ''PI.'I' Pie K39*'
Diocese. Others assisting will Ovens is pastor. :
? be Superintendent Milliner of All are Invited. Mrs. Louise ,.,..f p9.1llttgt.ll.tl'ge1' SI
Tallahassee and the Jackson BI'tAlll president.
'" vine Diocese Superintendent t riBi, JIICT SUP IT YIIIOranges
Ml. Moriab A.M.E
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Thomas Browaof EastCoastT1

Diocese and Superintendent N i' 45* VA10111::
Robinson of the West Coast Prepares For Fete I '

Diocese. Mt Month AME Church, 99
t .Adott classes will be taught Oak Street, will be the scene K. L1J 11'' ftil STIlE
by Professor G.F. Green and of a Suv.rTsaSe xdryNov.mberl0at3:30p.m y riM IIPE KILIENlinns .
Deacon'!*. Frsukuo..Yoethtes.cberswtfl .. llClTiiIT
Congressman Charles E. Bennett and his family
be assigned later. Among those listed are Miss wish! to thank for in r 2Lis.25tFIESI
you your generous support F 3IN VEST
I: Bishop C. Poller will deliver Cynthia Valentine, Miss Ben the General Election Tuetday. .
,; the noon message Sunday. At .dealt Jennings and Choir No. 45TI ST.
13:30 p.1IL Elder D.Milliner will 3 of lit. MorlaJa. "/ pledge/ / lo you I will do the very best possible/ job MclNTISI _
..I, ;will preside assisted by Elder Sunday School begins at 9.30 for you in Washington" PIKES .M illS
PoOer All speakers will have 2 45T ,
t a.m the morning service be Apples us. '
opportunities for expression. gins at 11 ..... The eveningservice e44L t.GS. Al liE IiN.NOVEMBER .
p, AH officials are asked to re* begins at I p... All ... ',, ..h'

*v main for appointments. choirs ushers and memberswill .....
,, ,Bishop C. Poller is Senior serve at the tea. .: Dn ,. "
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Will usa so down In history ax the year the Natural hair style pattemA
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the country's black communities men who are In a position t
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Natural has conquered. And In from a rounded shape to a
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What has caused the boom? For Instance, she can comb
Besides being the badge of the down a "Widow's Peak" in
Beautiful People, the Natural front. Or adjust to a"Pear !
Is easier to manage, less .t- Shape" on top.A IiI
pensive and more versatile than leading New York styling
the older styles. authority has been able to get iq Ft't
And special products, such as as many as sis different modi 1
Rave.n Au Naturelle, Easr-to flcatlons from one Natural '
Comb, and At Naturelle Spray cutting treatment.The .
V Glow let the Natural Woman newer designs are softer,
be beautiful borne. more subdued, mere feminine,
Raveen Is made by Supreme more-.well-natural!
Beauty Products of Chicago. One company In full grasp of 1
The same company that this Is Supreme Beauty Pro
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Stack Washable company started by black 1 s _
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Napkin Rack And Dry a hair shimmering needs nourishment, flirtatious, I' .w- rJ '-, ...:,.... \ :i tJ"

A napkin holder mikes food flow doesn't hurt either. So The natural II a natural. Mot only does a woman toot! and tangles, so she can change from rounded shape to flatter .
let for plUMe-eorer wathabU Supreme came out with RavecoAu good, with Us swinging, winging youthful flair, U makes her side treatment with a comb and the palm cither hand. For '
books beloved bjr babies sad- Naturelle Spray 'n' Clow. feel good It'.'' a source of pride. Not' only that the Brother Instance, she! caa comb down a "Widow's Peak" U front Or ;
toddlers. A pushbutton conditioner that really dig U The Natural satisfies woman's urge to experiment. adjust to a Pear Shape" on top.
Betides Introducing wee ones to adds softness and lustre in the Raven's Au Naturelle Easy to Comb lets her gttr Id of snarls-
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and sanitary with frequent with You can get a booklet on t2It1f00'lJ R-504
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followed by rinsing under the to Supreme Beauty Products, la color, shapes -tbe body coats slinking Mink 1s costume to fitted sides! Slaps 12-11
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On Plms For Teaching History COMPOSED BY
LYLES''Twas
BERNICE CHEHOLU
c DALLAS, Tex. (NPT) The first steps In efforts to have e
1": Black history Incorporated Into the Dallas School curriculum on April 4th that he died
jfj were taken recently when a school board member agreed tot With several o: h.* al:( s at his side'
>> make the proposal at the next Informal commlttee-of-the- The ambulance: came and toot him away
.%! whole meeting. And on the cart still did he lay.
\. br, Emmett Conrad,only black. member of the board, who met _. ,r n wII r e
the black man-.from exclusion with members of i':'.n.c for sir n e1 His great voice had been silenced:
as weD at selectivity." Improved Education (CIE) and n 'win ei an n i. n t tiwSi Byamanwhotnhishearthadjioleneey..-'
V' He agreed with Dr. Conrad receutlyappolutedSuper.Intendent But 1 believe Dr. King, said CT Lord fgrglve ., 'l.';,
ft'.that Black history should be Nolan Estes said be I want this VIOLENT MAN to live. :
V-,;"1Dclu ed In 1U normal set -' would put black history on the
,Ojuences" In social stidlesrti agenda for the meetlnf. n e1 i. n sw ws l ow The news was flashed around the world
courses and not as a separate He said the board has never wn giw wxf, na Our nation had lost a precious pearl
."'coarse. considered Including history of Many hearts were saddened by this news ,
.\' Superintendent Estes who also the Black man In social science Many took advantage and his "DEA TH" was sed.
*;;attended the meeting said the courses, but that "two or three
I'school administration and staff years ago a poop of principals: They used his death and buildings burned
at will make a study of materials.it had a meeting and rejectedthe w The lesson he taught, they did not learn '
available on Nefob1.ctOffUtIIt' Idea. They looted the stores and thought It was niceI
school board request.,_ "I to along with rejection of, pray one day they will take his advice. ..
',' would Black history a
Conrad said the matter as separate '
*:'be deceased by the board mem* course, but we abo ddo't be They destroyed property and were not ashamed ?..
"Cl'bers Informally November 6 guilty of exclusion of the Black r Y I cant: understand, but whom shall we blame, f
.,and that a request for admlnl-' man's contributions" he said. t ( t The children, the parents or Lord could be me? -
,_ draftee study might be made The board members Doted that r I think It happened,because they wanted It to be.
'rat the next meeting November M per cent of the people....
II. adults and children-are \on They used his death as an excuse
Dr Estes pointed out that "a aware of Black history, b They neede" something to light the fuse
number systematic studies" present textbooks, he.aId/'tilt But PLEASE DEAR LO3D: make them stop
hare ben made on teaching con'rtbutlons of Blacks are Ignored So Dr. King's dreams won't be a flop.
Negro history and that "some almuct altogether.
wry rood materials are available Dr. Charles Hunter, chairman The world has shed many a tear
BOW In this area," but said of CIE, and a sociology professor -. Because of the darkness that was here
he did not know specifically: at Bishop College, called But we are your children and we have DO fear
what Is Deeded or available the meeting to reiterate his F We have faith, that the sun will soon appear.Dr. .
:"First we Deed an assess* request for consideration of the !!! iThe
lint of wbat we have and curriculum change.He King has been laid to rest
where we are. Then we will.. told the poop,"We are slffl. Dear Lord, I now most confessAs
where we want to go," be ald. guilty of having material that Liberty City Clippers take time out during a practice tesslcfl* grldders In the Optimist" Club Dade County football league for others of you will attest
"This will be an area,our staff tends to distort the bl.'ory of at Miami to be photographed la front of the Pan American World players tipping the scales between 85 and 1 IS pounds Who knows, To the tact, that be gave the world, KB VERY BEST.
can: explore" Airways administration bu'.ldiig.: The airline Is sponsoring the one of the boys may grow up to be another Gales Sayers. .

11', time those tearful eyes to dry
1 Entertainment Hu.. And Cries Its time to stop that mournful cry
But make your life worthwhile and try
I WHEN YOU COKE TO DX.:
To be
THE RULE QUIT Love," The quartet consists Tomwrow." ready,

PHILADELPHIA (NPQ of four girl vocalists, three of
I The Raelets "back-up sing whom sang with Charles before FOLLOW FATHER World Of Books
ers" for famous blind atnger- leaving to sip contract with NEW: Y03K (NPI) -Like
pianist Ray Charles have quit Man-Cblld:: Record Company.The her famous father before her.
'4It3ILE Charles and formed a group group rtc.DUrYUtd their Miss Milks Ha't.baldtY.lq Hi THE ME7CA.: Written by Today Miss Brooks leaches:
of their own called"Ite Sister*. first record titled "This Time ed Into aa outstanding. concert GWZ.NDOI.YJt: BROOtS: Pub- poetry classes at several
artist. Recently she made a linked by> HARPER i ROW Chicago area colleges and bas
fine Impression on concert hew York; M pp.; S4.M slob: been named Poet Laureateof
on' Los'- our Hair\r', ..C9'$ Carnegie Hall, singing, 'cover 'the Ute c! QUnols, sec,
s,., t of hewsYAPS ".a ,program ar.anged .by her Gwendolyn Brooks Is a black ceedxg DM late Carl Sand urg:
)!f..I' TRAVELING PET ADOPTION CENTER u '"l&1ht Round ttayes the IntanatlonaWknown woman bona> In, and In. all The title m ans that abe prl-
11 If\\ : tenor. The ways, a product of what vMte madly writes poems forcpeclal:
:\ fom theGREATER 'Sytn-610 program Included the works : le caU the Chicago: Black ate occatlm ucla" theCONTCAXDONPACEII
1( :,1"/>> MIAMIm PiI of Puccini;!, Donato. Scarlatti 5 ttto"Early Inner life Mist '
t ,1 Hair Conditioner and many Negro spirituals. Brooks started to tell the world
about: lite In that confined black> .
S" I' HUMANE SOCIETY RARE TREAT existence throat her poetry. Ad SalesmanFor
"t. 3 Moaths Sipply-Oity ;1.50 CHICAGONP1) Night- The world nurvelled at the
Will II.ATNORTHSIDE
lifers are enjoying a rare treat
4 style, phamlng and sensitivity Miami Star
of having two tremendously .
depleted in her work. People
Order DirestJ.ChitMoR's talented entertainers appearing
\ Ju'Dtfro III Miss Brooks'
'/ nightly at nightclubs downtown poetry that ghetto life was not Has Replacement
Saturday HOY. 9 J! ft and on the southslde. The Inimitable all poverty and misery bJt>
,. ,..' hearty Center Sammy Davis Jr Is that there was love and good
displaying his stage gems at .
D.II. and kindness and bea -
10 A.M to 5 P.M. the College Inn In the Conrad
l'i and most; o!all that those poor
9954 N.W ,25th Aye. MI.1 Fla Hilton Hotel downtown, while blacks In. the ghetto were people
NORTHSIDE SHOPPING CENTER trumpet star Clark Teny Is to>.
/he ClHru of eclivifr' appearing at Lurlean's south- Miss Breaks received recognition -
1 NW, 27th AYE, It NW. 79th ST, side bistro. Both have a limited as a great paetress as 1ALFFED
engagements. early at 1946 from the American -
I : Academy of Arts sad
THEATER GRANT Utters. She later received two
NEW YORK (NPI) The Guggenheim Fellowships to help
JOES FRIENDLY
MARKET
Negro Ensemble Company recently get her poetry PiibU e4. In the

Life & Accident 1,2d I 13tl AY 111.Stip .[ grant received of 1150,000 a from two-year the next Brooks four published year for Gwendolyn volumes.

Independent Ford Fou.IontosuksI4tz.I of poetry and a novel. In 1930, i
a tuition-tree school for tOQCOXTINCED I she received the PuUtser Pike

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--Dillard's- President .. :t.-"' Greeting : The President r EDUCATIONAL Bt NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL ROUNDUP I INEWJOB




finance a national study to determine
NEW YORK (QtPJohn' means of achieving a

Dent Plans Leaving F. Hatchett no longer director racially Integrated society.
of New York
University'sMartin
Reading the study( group win be
I Luther King Atro- Melvin L. Berghelm, who

American Student Center. But served as research director for

After Long Service be still has a Job-es a blact"deaD" the National Advisory, Commission

hired by the students on Civil Disorders
.even thouc his official connection -
Dr. Albert V.Dent, president leadership that be has given : with the university has under cx-niinots Governor.Ct'oKerner.

at Dillard OUveralty since to Dillard and to all that It has teen severed. Hatched was .

1M1, will retire from the orefldency .represented in the advancement fired after calling Hubert H.Humphr. .. HISTORY CONTROVERSY
of the university) of higher education In this ., and Richard M.Nixon"racist '
next June to WATERBURY. Coon.-EPl)-
according an "
country. bastards His dismissal -
About
1.000 publicschoolstudents
announcement by Dr. Theodore "Bis decision did not come as prompted 100 university
K. Lawless of Chicago, president a surprise to the trustees since students to occupy two campus some black and others
white, walked out of three of
of the Dillard Board ofTrustees.
last and tar In
only year even as buildings protest.
this city's high schools la acontroversy
.
back u 1964, he had expressedthe s caw
over the teaching
Dr. Lawless pfd the DWar4
hope that the trustees would GRADUATE RETURNS .
of black history. The black
board recently received a re- not feel constrained to wall until LITTLE ROCK, Ark.-(NPl) blackh1st0l'J
students want
quest from Dr. Dent that be be the actual date at his retirement yj Si Ernest Green, one of the nine In more the

granted retirement on Jane SO.. to consider or' select Ms successor. fits Jolt Black students who Integrated taught schools
while the whites want
less.
Jill eaphaslslag that hi*. ." Little Rock's Central High

"Dillard, under Presides School after historic confrontation SCHOOL DISORDERS
Dent has ben aa Innovative institution 'S, between Governor Orval
CHICAGO NPQ Three
constantly searching Fanbus and federal troops, returned public schools In this city have.
for programs and methods for .r. for his class reunion been hit by disorders growingout

aiding Us predominantly Negro recently and told bow he was of protests against alleged

student body to accelerate the repaying the faith Blacks placed lack of black participation la

leaning which is so essential la hlma and the other eight integratlonlsts. declalonmakiagtuaetlons.Flies .

to both their needs aDd to the Green disclosedthat and fights closed Harrison -

needs of salety'1d' general.Dillard be Is director of the Joint High School,where black

has developed U ex- son Apprenticeship Program (JAP) students protested their purported
i anent Image In higher eucatko aimed at getting Black youths lack of Influence la

under Dr. Dent's leadership Into apprenticeship training school affairs. At Fenger High,

aDd the physical plant Is one :;.. ..- courses of the nation's building students demanded that a black
of the most beautiful of the crafts unions.INTEGRATED.
Dr. and Mrs. Robert C. Hauts pesos to greet Dr. and Mrs. soclatlon. Dr. Wets chancellor of tht State University System person teach en Afro-American

small college campuses"Dr. Benjamin L. Perry, Jr. during the reception held for the Florida of Florida. Over 600 persons paid homage to the first FAMU history course. And at Aastla
Dent of five SOCIETY
was one persons AIM University president by the FAMU General Alumni As- graduate to become president of FAMU. High the charge was that only
who la 1M4 organisedthe CHICAGO (JCPI) The
two of the 113 teachers are
DR. ALBERT DENT United Negro College Fund,. field Foundation will soon black

request was "made BOW so that of which be Is presently chair- First i Block: _Woman__Colonel I I Dodge licks

his successor may be named la mat of the H-membercoUtp.. Y r ",1'(' ...
'flme to assure the continuing Re has served as president of I &:
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development of the university the Association of Colleges and Hick Duelers

without administrative Inter Secondary Schools for Negroes,
*' and u Vice President of the* HIM
ruption.
!I. NiskvilleNASBTILLC 354 8746Be
Since be will be reaching Southern Regional Council. YOUR OWN

voluntary retirement! aged IS Currently be Is a member of see.As .
IK Dr.I..It. President Johnson's Commission -(NPQ) -BUck-
la the early tall of ,
owned dealerships have
.. said Dr. Dent thought on Pn.IdtIiialIdlo1ar., Dodge ULNKKI3IEMNH
been opened la this city and
a director of the America
tt better that a new president
function from the t>lglndtdgdthat Council on Education aDd a In Brooklyn.
director of the National Merit The auto dealership la
college year .' Nashville to be kiowa u
Dr. Lawless said the board Scholarship Corporation. Re t'x Iow set
baa served as a consultant under Central Dodge' was opewd by
acceded to Dr. DenTs request = hAo.
the last four presidential administrations several prominent Negro HpM YN
with deep appreclatloa for the 00 pibPu
to the U J. Office I' businessmen. -
*" *;*'WTWW* *'* of Education, the UJ. State "This, ls aa alternative. the Vern Wt''
urban crisis we face, said ZAAt iebn
Department and the U J. PublicNaU rOt SALES OFFICE
Chicago Alpbibels Service. Kenneth O. Wilson, president Just DIVISION A aoth ST. tXP.Til .

Prior to his appointment U I of the new car dealership.

president of Dillard, Dr. Dent The faculty "give the young PAR

Geared To Progress was superintendent of FlintGoodrldge Negro aa opportunity to Identify

Hospital of DUlard with American business," he ,
CHE AGO-(NPQ-A group University where be became : added. "1& Is evidence to him

of black businessmen have come Interested U health matters.Re that ,within the framework of lilt IW Tl co II Till Tl CEf

with a business promotion. has served u pretldtnt the changing economic system,

,called ALPHAbets desliaed, National Health Council be, too, can overcome"

to farther the growth and developmeat amend vice chalrmaa of the Cttl-; la Brooklyn,Franklin Thomas,

of laaer- lty tens Committee for the World Dr. CIoWdI C. Boreal the first WCDU eke rash al e m president of the BedfordStaylesaat LOW PRICES ;
Restoration
business sad Oral to promote 'Health Ort nI UL. .Army alnel paves was,promoted to that radii Is Corpora- ,
..., ,( ... July. She currently assigned Chief 011| aa,-aDDOaDeed the opening orEbbetsFkld
'UIc' eapUaU.AecorCIII 'tbe
Review Branch Ctatral Review and Health '
Resources Division Office for
the Clvlliaa
to H.E.CroI, *.*> Dodge.
Health and Medical of the NEEDS
Program U1UOI'IItcIltmcu. at the Array Fltsslmons General DRUG STORE
agent the promotion Is simpler Arthur "Red" Bailey Is president
Hospital Denver.
Emu stamps and has special Wlse'lsll u. Department of Army Photo of this, the first locally

axmal for theNegro market. owned car dealership la the
Information about ALPUAbel World. News Digest area. trade WWa'Your Neighborhood Dint StoreWE

caa be obtained bWTW11Cras Writer Jciis TSU Teicher The' baslaess represents WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADV., IN YOUR LOCAL

at II Wed Gerfleld Boulevard 1EGRO'a DfTEANATlONAL total Investment of '&00.000 by PAPERS We deliver We also fill all Doctors Prescriptions

Chicago, 01. $0601.Wade SNOW xisJOHA1flESBURG the Dodge division of Chrysler

: Harts, a graduated TSU Faculty" (JCPI) The South African government Is Is AppointedTo Motors Corporation Bailey,
the University of Wisconsin trying to get the country's one-time fierce and feared Zulu and Restoration Corporation.

and Roosevelt University, U warrior tribe to agree to sit down at the conference table to Bailey U the third black person Dixie Pharmacy
research consaltant. Morris J. A distinguished English prolessor discuss possible attainment of self-government" for Zulaland, Big PostDr. la the country to own new-car

Thompson, I former chief petty and author baa Joined leading to mutual Independence. However, many minor tribal Dodge' dealership and the only

officer to the Vt. Mary, will 'the faculty asvtsttlngprofessor chiefs are suspicious of the "autonomy" being ottered seeing Otto B. Ramsey acting one in New York State.A .
be security consaltant. at Texas Souther University la the nova U attempt to further split up and restrict black bead of the Department of graduate of New York's 1302{ KIN.S Ml AT MTITUhm

The buslaess t oI1'. pro as part of the university's exchange Africans, much like efforts 1* Transkel region. ,Foreign Languages and Literatures Morris 'High> School be holds
with the
motion financing talent and program atTeaasloutheraUniversity a New York Stale funeral 351.Hi]
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ability an come from black University EMBARGO has been appointed director's license and has 17

.Chlcagoau.Mihrtflkee. Dr. Abraham Chapman professor -JCPI-'I\.btaDdcfJlI now going on throughout to the Board of Advisors of La years' experience la auto sales '
Wisconsin
of English at of England to place a strict embargo on black Immigrants to the Unlversldid InUramerlcana, work. PAT Till LICIT, run AMUltPICKE
author
Editor State University and country 'YlIIIouP are subjects) of Commonwealth countries. The announcement was made InSalillla
Black Yokes" (,aa anthology 'The for colored Is being Mexico HELP FIGHT CANCER WITH
literature) and "The pressure limiting Immigration spear- Coahulla, SILLS AT III STilE
Heads Group Seeking of Negro la Amertraa Literature beaded by the Conservative Party wjiich has already asked for, where university located. .A CHECKUP.AM A CHECK ,
Negro but later modified total baa. This Is the first time Negro .
lo Bay Renewal land has begun a year-long tenure has been appointed to the In-
at Texas Soutbera la the Department -
AFTERMATH stitution's governing board.
MILWAUKEE NP1) A of English. Be teaches KINSHASA NPI-Following the recent execution of Pierre Dr. Ramsey, j,native of Spar

black group beaded by Kenneth America Literature agradaattcourse. WorldLiteratarsand Mulels by the Coaco-IIAatIua' government" dIjdo""e relations ta, Tennessee, received the Benchmark Bourbon has great heart.

C. Coulter publisher of the between that country and Us namesake Cqo-Braua. were Doctor of Philosophy degree

weekly Milwaukee Star,U seeking Department, Literary of Movements Eaglllhformally terminated aDd the border separating the two countries at the from Unlversldad Interamerlcana Because its made by men with great hands.
The
to buy block of arturenewal
da Introduced lb.thi pro-; Congo River crossing was sealed. Only Don-Congolese are la 1966. He holds the -
In administration permitted to make the crossing. master of arts fegree from ..
'The city's Redevelopment aut&ority lessor to Columbia University aDd the
has recommended sale and faculty at Texas Souther
GOLD BEDACCRA bachelor of arts degree from
of the land to the group, known this week with a wise hour.' (NPQ-Krobo Zdu eI, former Interior minister lathe Howard University. Be has
of
as the Central City Development Dr. Chapman, a dative cabinet of tilled President Rums Nkrumah received aa studied at U Unlversldad Naclonal Great hands and brains and that ancient

t Corporation, which baa Chicago, work completed at the University"rcra4a1e 11-month Jail term recently spa conviction having made false de Mexico and the American tradition of caring a lot for your

ottered': 120.000 for the land. of Chicago. Be received the statements concerning Ida ...... dull was the official University of Madrid In Spain.Dr craft.Skill plus desire,after all, Is what's i .!
The VS. Department Bousing dismissed from the cabinet 1* 1M2 after Us wife purchased Ramsey has been a member -' made of work better than
instituted
and Urban Development and fILl degree from the always one piece
bed. at TexasSouthern
a ,100 gold of the faculty
the Milwaukee Common Council Modems Philology of the since 1941 Prior to another.So,if you suspect things aren'tmade

mast approve the sale, beforet Academy of Sciences la Pra BOYCOTT faculty like they used to be anymore,taste
that time be was oo the
Ciechoslovakla. Be )olned ,
it ea. jgintgldle4t. pet at Wisconsin State TUNE (NPQ Tunisia has announced another! boycott of at Xavier University In New Benchmark. renew your faith.BenchmarkSeagum's .
the faculty meetings of t the Arab League similar to that Imposed from late
Fort Villey la 1"" Dr. Chapman has Introduced l&M until after the Arab-Israelrtar la June, 1967, Then, the* Orleans. listed Premium Bourbon.
two courses at The Spanish professor
ww
reason gives.stWbeorpnIu' 'was dominated by President Measure Bourbon against it.
Wisconsin Iia t.. They are; In "Who's Who In ColoredAmerica' your
Tuckers TikeAdmced Camel Alde11tuaar of the United Arab Republic. No reason has "
The Negro la" America ; "Who's Who In the I
Literature" and "The' New bee given tor Us newest action. South and Southwest?: "Who's I

Curses Literature of Africa.The professor Who la American Education";
MISSILE BASE
has taught Americas'LRsrtdc'e Directory of American Scholars -
FORT VALLEY, Ge. Fort la Prague. UVO'lOO.1ou&Ia' Africa-(NFQ-Souta Africa Is entering the Directory of Foreign Liaguages. -
Valley State College Is reaping missile lading aM IauDc'1Dc nee with the establishment of Its ;
I the late mO's.Dr.Chapmaa Linguistics and
frfi from siding la tt&nf completed* a study on PuilUp- first experimental base along a 10-mlle-wids drlpd land oo the Philology and Directory of International

:: Its faculty members to institutions nationalism for thrInstitute coast of Zulaland from Cape Yldal to Ochre Bin-some 150 Biology (sixth
pine
b of higher education to of Pacific Relations'and miles north of Durban. 'The base will encompass part of the edition, 1969-70). '
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complete studies necessary for to St. Lucia Lake conservation area and extend: out Into the
contributed
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J. returned to the fa* Survey. Curtest History. Mr*. Kill Receives
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culty to resume duties of the 4z.
Magulne. He has written numerous SEAFOOD CENTER
teaching faculty while at Ole 51,079 froaAflHlic
papers, stadias; and
same time strengthening the reviews for such publlfatlnosas i N Mi RH.E AVI FH EL 5 MC3TM

various of departments which they and are divisions a- the Saturday Review, Boob Record Co. week! eve ._..4 Center l..l.. that the ......- ift4Ij.

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put English Journal. for $n.07UI baa been 'wd' Muse ..... kwMi Ihmkhif. W the rah kvi M.. f* ... L
Dr. Warren Palmer recentlyt Under the program which to Mrs. Martin Luther presented Mpfc .. ..Hw 1 ....... .l Krvpittg the "N Mii *f the I.,- is
returned from the University brings Dr. Cbapiraa to Texas fill-U.1.t P.edudis-We) sew ".-J ......... "_ Deep "
of Indiana la BOW serving as Loather* the university exchanges ,Xing Jr. by the Atlantic Record OllUlto M.5 tM !.(.| (.. *.*. Giwe a INk h.tw kr.bewrlM .
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Dulles School Authorities Lunch i PuJuvkaat.'L CliMers The Great! Mr. Martin Luther, Jr.


O. Plus For Techln History COMPOSED BY
LYLES''Twa.oo
BERNICE CKBHOLM
t DALLAS, Ttt. (NPl) The first step In efforts to have r
1".' Black history incorporated Into Uw Dallas School curriculum April 4th that be died
jjj were taken recently when a school board member agreed Ye1 With several o: ha: alt s at his side
tt nuke the proposal at the next Informal eommlttee-ot-Neal .The ambulance came and took him away
whole meeting And on the cart still, did he lay.
.., Dr. Emmett Conrad,only black member of the board, who met
the black man-from exclusion with members of Citizens for d1 0 His treat voice bad been silencedBy :
as wen ai selectivity.: Improved Education (CIE) and R. N eia w1t. e a man who in his heart jlolence "A/ME.* :
*! Re agreed with Dr. Conrad recently appointed SuperIntendent +' ., u em 'nn sn eln.ti + w But I believe, Dr. King, said cPLordtenlM,.'. ,
s';tbat Black history should be Nolan Estes, said he s. ei w M '! n e re n iw eat + r I want this VIOLENT MAN to live :"
"Included In Its normal sew, would put black history on the lA lee e1 tw eye h esm
t-!queocH" la social studies agenda for the meeting. wwe pwnr.etli + The news was flashed around the world
rt courses and not as a separate He said the board has never i iannnni' >; Our nation bad lost a precious pearl .
.*'coane, considered Including history of Many hearts were saddened< by this news ,
-v Superintendent Ettts,who also the Black man in social science Many took advantage, and his "DE"TRot was used.
':-attended the meeting said the courses, bat that "two or three
-''school administration and staff rears ago a group of principals They'used his death and buildings burned <.
!at will mike a study of materials bad a meeting and rejectedthe ) The lesson be taught, they did not learn 'f-
.*t available on Negro history If the' idea. They looted the stores and thought & was nice '
*' school board requests.._ "I go along with rejection of I pray one day, they will take his advice. ,;.. ,
'.' Conrad, said the matter would Black history as a ...puate'coarse -.
oI t bedacessedbytheboardmem* but we shouldn't be They destroyed property and were Dot rUmed: v'r
tubers Informally November 6 gouty exclusion of the Black i'r v I can't understand It, but whom shall we blame ""
91 and that a request for admlnlstrative -: man's contributions," be said. I b The children, the parents, or Lord, could It be me? -
study might be made The board members noted that I think It happened,because they wanted It to be.
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rat the next meeting November 90 per cent of the people ]]! 1N 1 1i4 d :

4II. adults and children-ere till- : They used Us death as an excuse
Dr. Ettes pointed out that "a aware of Black history In They needs*something to light the fuse-
Bomber systematic studies" present textbooks, he said,"the But PLEASE DEAR LOW:: make them stop
hate been made on teaching contributions of Blacks are Ignored So Dr. King's dreams won't be a flop.
Negro hUtory and that "some almuct altogether.
rery good materials are available Dr. Charles Hunter, chairman .w y h The world has shed many a tear
now la this area," but aid of CIE, and sociology professor -. Because of the darkness that was here
be did not know specifically at Bishop College, called But we are your children and we have no fear
what Is needed or amiable. the meeting to reiterate his We have faith that the sun will soon appear'
:"First, we need an assets request for consideration of the
tent of what we have and curriculum: change.He Dr. King has been laid to rest
where we are. Thea we will see told the group+ ,"We are still- Dear Lord, I DOW must confess
where we want to go." be said."Tills guilty of having material: that The Liberty City Clippers take time out during practice setslot gridders in the Optimist Clab Dade County football league for As others of you will attest
will be an area our staff tends to distort the history of at Miami to be photographed front of the Pan American World players tipping the scales between 95 and 115 pounds Whoknows, To the fact, that he gave the world KS VERY BEST.
can explore." Airways administration bu'.ldAg. The alrlnelsspaaortnglbe one of the boys may pow up to baeatberCeksSayers._ _
It's time those tearful eyes to dry
I Kntrtalnm Huss And Cries It's time to s'op that mournful cry
But mike your life worthwhile and try
I To be WHEN YOU COKE TO DX.
ready
,
THE RAELETS QUITPHILADELPHIA Love. The quartet consistsof Tomorrow.
(NPQ four girl vocalists, three of
The Raelets, "beck-egf sing whom sane with Charles before FOLLOW FATHER World Of Books
r ers" for famous blind singer- leaving to alp contract with NEw Y01K (NPO) -Uke ,
pianist Ray Charles, have quit Man-Child Record Company.Tbe her famous father before her,
'i'trMOBILE Charles and formed a troop poop recently waxed their Miss Afrlka Hayes has develop IN THE 'UE'CA Written byGWENDOLYN Today, Will Brooks teaches
of their own' called- iSlsterJ. first record titled This Time ed Into U ootstandlnc concert BROOKS PubUsbed poetry classes at lateral
artist. Recently she made a by HARPER I ROW, Chicago area colleges, and bu
.... One Impression on concert New York; M p4 US clot been mimed Poet Laireateof
on't lose our; Hair\;" ;-. ..foari itCarnecle HalL singing coyer 'Ihe state c! QUnoUseceeedxc ..
..a upcran ar.a&ced by her' BroAs Is a black CarlCandMrc.The :
Gwendolyn
) J. k we r.aof b.amUse ate tote
\Jt\ TRAVELING PET ADOPTION CENTER ;father. Round,1iarll,'the la- .
avAL'S Urnatlonally-kDovn f woman bora la, and la all title means that she primarily
tenor The ways, a product cf what wMteSople writes poems special
fom theGREATER .SU EI.-GIO procram Included the works Chicago Black ale oecatlwi, sick as theCONTTUED
: of Puccini, Manila, Scarlatti *Early ber life Miss!
jr1' '
e .1 l( MIAMI: Hair Conditioner and many hepo spirituals Brooks tuned to tell the world ON PAGE,-It
sabot We la that confined black
s. I'\ HUMANE SOCIETY RARE TREAT existence through ber p- oiy Ad Salesman
.,jjNt\ 3 Months Sipprf-Otly! $130 CHICAGOO NPQ Mfht- The world marvelled at the
Will II AtNORTHSIDE .
lifers are enjorlrn rare treat style, pharuing. ,and sensitivity For Miami Star
of having two tremendously
depleted in aye work Peoplelearned
,j Order DirectJ.Ckitnoi's talented entertainers appearlntnlchtly from kiss Brooks'
1// at nlchtclobs downtown poetry that ghetto life was not Has Replacement
Saturday Nov. 9'! t and on the southslde. The Inimitable all poverty and misery, bit:
w iKtt Center Sammy Devil Jr. Is that there was love and good
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( displaying his star gems at
and kindness and beautytad
ness,
-q- 10 A.M. to 5 P.M. i
the College Inn U the Conrad mutt o!all that those poor
9954 N.W. 25th Ate Miami. Fla.XV Hilton lintel 1. downtown while blacks la the gbettawerepeople
NORTHSIDE SHOPPING CENTER trumpet star Clark Teriy 1sapptarlnc too
'lee ClNUIt .1 eriivirr" fc* <" S ii > at Lurleaa'a south- Miss Brooks: received recognition

1 N.W, 27th AVE. 4 N.W, 79th ST aide bistro. Both have limited as a peat poetreas as
encap metis. early as 1M4 from the Aatrl-
cu Academy of Arts lad
THEATER GRANT LeUe,.. She later received two
MW YORK (tiP) The Guoenhelm reUowsMpstohelp
N JOES FRIENDLY MARKET
Kepo Ensemble Company receotly get her poetry paW td. In the
received a two-year .
next four year Gwendolyn
Life & Accident lid i nt' IY All.Stip grail of r:50,000 from the Brooks published Lou volua'
Independent Ford Foundationtosub.ildlae of poetry and a novel In 19JO, 1
a tuition-free, school for tOOC05TBSTED she received the PuUtser Pius 1

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Dillard's President .' :;V' Greeting'* The President; : 0.: v EDUCATIONAL Bt NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL ROUNMIT -I I INEW




taints a national study to determine .
NEW YORK (NPQ -John
means achieving a
Dent Plans LeavingAfter F. Ratchett no longer is director tidally Integrated society

of: New York University'sMartin Beading the study group win be

I Lather King Afro- Melds L. Btrgheim, who
American Student Center. But served u research director for
Long ServiceDr. be still has a Job-4s a black
the National Advisory,, Commission *
"detJa"lalnd by the students on Civil Disorders
even though his official connection -
Albert W. Dent,president leadership that be baa then with the university has under Kerner.ei-Wlaols ecw.norQfo.

of: Dlllard University tines to Dlllard and to all that it baa teen severed. Ratchett was

1941, will retire from the orefIdtBcy represented In the advancement fired after calling Hubert H.
HISTORY CONTROVERSY
or the university) of: higher education la this Humphrey and Richard M Nixon\
1tq WATERBURY Con .-HPQ-
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nest Jant, according to tn country." "racist bastards" His dismissal
announcement by Dr. TheodoreK. "1115 decision did not come aa prompted 100 university About 1,000 pibllc-scbool
students, some black others
Lawless of: Chicago prt a surprise to the trustees sine* students to occupy two campus
white, walked out of three of
sldtnt tt: tile Dlllard Board ofTrustees. : only last year and even U far buildings ia protest.
this city's high schools in a
;
back 1964 bt bad
u expressedthe
controversy over the teaching
Dr. Lawless said tht Dfflard
hope that tilt trustees would GRADUATE RETURNS
of black history. The black
board recently received a request not feel constrained to wait until LITTLE ROCK, Ark.-(NP1)-
students want black
from Dr. Dent that be be the actual date of his retirement r Ernest Green, one of the nine mort the
U schools
) history taught
,
ranted retirement on Jane 301K to consider or' select his successor. Black students who integratedLittle
white tht whites want less.
$, trnphaalslag that'Mt, .*' Rock's Central High

"Dlllard, under President u" School after historic confront SCHOOL DISORDERS
Dent baa been aa innovative institution ,! a k'I Wan between Governor Orval
ti CHICAGO (lCPI) Three
constantly searching Faubus and federal troops, re. public schools ia this city have_
rI for programs and methods for turned for his class reunion
been hit by disorders frowi&c
aiding its predominantly Negro recently and told how he was out of protests against alleged
student to accelerate the the faith
body repaying Blacks placed
lack of black perticlpatloB ia
learning which la so essentialto a Urns and tha other tight In.t.gntlonlats. decislonmaklacfaactloas.Fires .

both their needs and to the Greta disclosed and fights closed Bar
needs of society In general.Dlllard that be Is director of the Joint
rlsoa High School, where black
baa developed u ex. Apprenticeship Program (JAP) students protested their par

j ceDent Image In higher tucatkn aimed at getting Black youths ported lack of Influence t*

under Dr. Dent's leadershipand Into apprenticeship tral l s lag school affairs. At Fenger High;

the physical plant It one a. courses of: the sat km's building students demanded that a black
of the moat beautiful of the crafts unions.INTEGRATED.
Dr. u4 Mr. Robert D. Wants pure to greet Dr. and Mrs. soclatloD. Dr. Masts la chancellor of the State University System person teach aa Mro-Amerlcu
small college tampese"Dr. Benjamin) L Perry Jr. during tilt reception held for the Florida of: Florida. Over (00 persons paid homage to the first FAMU history course. And at Austte
Dent cad five SOCIETY
was per ,AIM University president by tilt FAMU General Alumni As graduate to become.president of FAMU.stltutioa's High Ole charge was that only
sons who, la 1M4, organised CHICAGO (NPI) The two of the US teachers art
DR. ALBERT DENT the United Negro Collect Fund, Plead Foundation fill soon black.

request wu made now ao that of which be la presently chair First Black Woman Colonel Dodfe licks

his successor may be Baaed la man eltheH-membercoUtrel. -r.k:1 '
lie baa served U president of ,. '. '
.time to users the continuing .c
development of: tht university the Association of: Colleges and ,,'" *: .,. '. Hick Dealers (4t. 1
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Secondary Schools for Negroes ..' .
without admlDlstratlTe Inter I .> .. "
and U Viet President of thej 'A. .'
motion.
Since be will be reaching the Souther Regional CounciL :' li 'NeskvilleNASHTU.IYptPQB1uk YOUR OWN H M354.8 40

voluntary retirement ace of: 8SU Currently bt Is a member of 'iJ. '
the tarty fall of: 1'61. Dr. President Johnson's Commission : -
Lawless said Dr. Dent thought o* Presidential Scholars, : : owned Dodge dealerships have = = mi well3IEMNM

It better that a new president a director of the America ;i ,, beta opened t* this city and

Council oa Education and a .. m Broot1,..
of -
function from the beginning : -
The sato dealership laMashvllu.
that college director of the National Merit
year to be kaowa u
Scholarship Corporation. Ht r As low act
Dr. Lawless said toe board .i i i 4 "t Lsodte
acceded to Dr. Dent's request baa served u a consultant under r Central was opened by
tht last four presidential administrations several )rom lit I. Rterobu1Dt. v _
"with deep appreciation for the Y2.L MOO Dp
to the UJ. omotof I me*
*'* Education, the UJ. Stttt I. "This Is a* alternative to the N t V.rrb Sti

Department and the U J. Public a1IUcrlals we fact," said oil O etO ALES OFFICE at
Chicago Alphabets Health Service. Kenneth O. Wilson presidentof i Jw t DIVISION A 20th ST. tXP.TH .

Prior to Us appointment u : the new car dealership.
president of Dlllard Dr. Drat TIlt facility "give tht ypung PAR

Geared To Progress wu superintendent of Flint* ..J t. Metro aa opportunity to Identify"
GoodrUgt Hospital of DlllardUnlvtralty with American business, be

CBJAOO-lCPI-A grotp where bt became added. "It is evidence to him

of: btIckbssibemSOtI ,.come Interested 1* health matter*. that within the framework oftttt MM ItU 11 0TI Till II HI'

up wltt a bosloeas promotion. Ht has served u president of I changing economic system,

.called ALPtUbeU dtsltatd! the National Health Council, be, too caa overcome"
to farther the growth and dt and rice chairman of tilt Ctti' la BrookJA FnnWa'J1Iomu.:

vtlopmest of: laatr-clty tens Committee for tht World ..Dr. Claude C.Boea is a.t rM vmua to slum the risk ? lltlUIW w, president itaaat Restoration of tile Bedlord-Stuy Corpora LOW PRICES{ ;
business and thus to promote .
,;. Health OrganlsUlot. ",1 .Arnrf.pdoBtltetvpgaBote4tothatnjtaJ: ] Slay II ctrreety assigned u QJd 011 flaBianouBCe4 tht vptainc of' .
t
1ILact capttal18ar the Review Branch, Central Review and Health Resource.Division, Office for the Civilla '
AcetrdlagtoltE.Cross, *.* *. Ebbeta Field Dodgt.
Health and Medical Program of the Uniformed Services NEEDS
-. the promotion .simpler Hospital la Denver. ,at the Array FltulmonaGt at r al Arthur Red" Bailey la president DRUG STORE

thai stamps and baa special Wisctasla U. Department of Army Photo of this, the first locally

marUtInformaUoa owned car dealership U the
appeal rot thtNegro
about ALPliAbtt World New Digest area. Trade wWa'Your Htlcbborkood Drug flor i

cu be obtained by writing Cross Writer isles TSU T..c..r The biilaess represents a WE WILL MEET ANT PRICES ADV.. IN' TOUR LOCAL
at IS West Carfield Boulevard, >NEGRO PRESS DfJESNATIOHAL' total investment of tZOO.000 by PAPERS Wt deliver We also fin> all Doctors Prescriptions

hut tot.l, Chicago, HI. 60609. SNOW JUBJOHANNESBURG the Dodge division of Chrysler

Meade (,;. Bats 15, a graduated TSU Faculty (NPQ Tht South African government la I Is Appointee! Motors Corporation, Bailey, I
the University of Wisconsin trying to ret the country one-time fierce and feared Zulu and Restoration Corporation. I

and Roosevelt University Uresearch warrior tribe to agree to sit down at tile conference table to Bailey Is tht third black person Dixie Pharmacy
consultant. Morris J. A distinguished English pro- discuss possible attainment self-government for Zululand, To Bf Post la the country to OWl a ante
|
baa Joined
lessor and author However minor tribal Dodge dealership and the
Thompson, a former chief petty leading to eventual Independence. many only
omctr to the VS. Wavy, will the faculty u visiting professor chief art sa pious of the "....,** being o .red1III Dr. Otto B. Ramsey, acting one u Mew York State.
be security consultant. at Texas Souther University la the move U attempt to further split up and restrict black bead of the Department of A graduate of Mew York's ((312! KINU IIAI AT .TITLE

The baslaess e or1'. pro u put of the university's with ax the* Africans, much like efforts la Trt.DabI"108. Foreign Languages and Liter Morris 'High School, be holds

motion, financing talent, and chill program of Wlseonsla.Dr "..{atarta at Teiatleathers a flew York State funeral' iliac J5J-5W
ability an come from black University EMBARGO University baa beta appointed director's license and baa 17

CMcigntas.Mihrwkee. Abraham Chapman Wisconsin professor LONDON-(NPQ-Tht but and cry la BOW going oa throughout. to the Board of Advisors of U* years' experience: la auto sales

of EncUch and at author of England to place a strict tmbargo on black immigrants to the Unlvtraidad InUramerlcana, work. PAY YOU LICIT. IATEI ARITEUPIW

Editor State University country even though tht1ar.NItetIcf: Commonwealth countries. The announcement was made laSattlllo

"Black Voices" (,aa) anthology and "The The pressure for Halting colored Immigration la being spear Coahulla. Mexico KELP FIGHT CANCER WITHA (( silts AT III STilE

Heads Group Seeking of Negro la AmrtcaaUterature'Literature beaded by tile Conservative Party, which hat already asked for, where till university located. I CHECKUP.AND*'A CHECK

Metro but later modified a total baa. This la tile first time Negro -
lo Bur Renewal land baa begin a yearlooc taxis baa bees appointed to the la*
at Texas Southern Ia the Depart
governing board.Dr .
MILWAUKEE (lCPI) A meat of English. Be teaches AFTERMATHPierre
of
Ramsey Spar
,|native
black croup beaded by Kenneth American Literature, WorldLtttratartaadagradtatt Mulele bJ UII CoDco-Iiutaua government diplomatic relaUODl tt, Tennessee received tkt Benchmark Bourbon has great heart.

C. Coulter publisher of the between that country and Us nsmeart, Cooco- nua. were Doctor of Philosophy degree

weekly Milwaukee Star,Is seek.l&C course Department Literary of Movements facUtkformally ,,' terminated, and tht border separating tht two eountrits at tile from Univtrsldad Interamerl Because its made by men with great hands.
to buy a block of urban TIlt
tht Congo River crossing was sealed Only non-Congolese art cam la 1966. Be holds the
introduced pro1fesaor
rurn11aDd. administrationand permitted make lilt crossing. master of arts tepee from G;; -
The city's Redevelopment authority to tht Columbia University and the

baa recommended salt faculty at Texas Souther GOLD BEDACCRA bachelor of arts degree from

of the land to the croup, known this week with a coffee hour. (NPI)-Krobo Edusei. former Interior minister is Howard University. Ht has

as the Central City Develop* Dr. Chapman S native of tile cabinet of tilled President Kwamt Mkrumah, received aa studied at L* Unlvtrsidad Ma Great hands and bralnt and that ancient

t meat Corporation, which has Chicago, completed at the his University under* 11-month Jail term recently spas conviction having: made false slam de Mexico and tat American tradition of caring a lot for your !

cued $%0,000 for the land. of graduate work Be received thtPbJ statemente concerning his ...... Edusel was tht official: University of Madrid la Spain. craft.Skill plus desire,after all,It what'salwtyt #

and The U.S.Urbaa Department Development of Housing and Chicago.> degree from tht Institute dismissed from the cabinet la 1962 after his wife purchased Dr, Ramsey baa betA a mew. made one piece of work better than
bed. btr of at TutsSouthin
a 16,800 cold the faculty
the Itllwauket Common Council of Modern Philology of the another.So,If you suspect things srtn'tmsde
since 1941 Prior .to
mast approve the sale, before Academy of Sciences la Prague BOYCOTT Lie they used to be anymore,taste
I It caji.RID&Q"a Csechoslovakia.; He Joined that time. be was on the facultyat Benchmark. ItU faith. i iBenchmarkSeegrsm'e
of renew
at Wisconsin State TOMS (HPQ Tunisia has amounted another boycott Xavier University ia New your
the faculty meetings of the Arab Leapt tlniUsr to that imposed t from Wt. n
Fort Valley la 1'". Dr.two Chapman courses baa introduced at- 1964 until after the Arab-Israell\ar la Jane 1967. Then, tht Orleans.The Spanish professor.listed Premium Bourbon.
new
that the ganluttnc was dominated by President Measure Bourbon It.
reason glvea was your against
Wisconsin Statt. They are; u "Who's Who ia ColoredAmerica" -
Teachers Take Camel Abdel Massar of the United Arab Republic. Mo reason has :I
"Tat Negro la" AmericasLiteratere" ; "Who's.Who in the
and "The New been given rot its newest ac MOB. South and Southwest" "1iIIo',

Advanced Curses UUraturt of Africa,"The professor Who la American Education": ; ,
MISSILE PAST
baa taught America Directory of America Scholars
Ga. Fort South Africa (NPI) South Africa It the
FORT VALLEY. UYON A entering Lan-
Literature la Prague.la Directory of Foreign .
"Valley State Collect U taping missile **ct1"( t4tvnf tf net with the establishment' of: Us ; and F,
tbl1a&.INO'. Dr.Cbapmaa lUlu, Llnqiistica
benefits from aiding in sending completed a study. on Phillip first experimental but alone a 10-mlU-wlde strip of land on the Philology and Directory odin.e41101969.10) .
:: its facalty members to instl nationalism for tar coast of Zulaland. from Cap Vidal to Ochre HlU-< pint .
D tattoos of higher education to Institute of Pacific Relations milts north of Durban. Its bees win encompass part of: the .
complete studies necessary for St Lucia Lake conservation are and extend out Into the 1-
contributed to
and at that time
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Jndlaa Ocean.
the doctoral dtcrtt. the Yak Review Far Easter ._ c
I. Over the two of Its ,
summer '
membtra returned to the fa': IIr"". Cutest= History Mrs. Kiig Receives
Pacific Affairs and Tomorrow
cull to resume dutlea of: tiletea.cIL1Dc
yfpT acuity whUe at the J5I,079 tfronAllMlic
papers, studies sad
SUM time strengthening the such M > k u.l AVI PH fl S M63TMe
for publications

various visions of departments which they and art di.a aa reviews the Saturday Review, Books Record Co. week ew ...fee4 C..t., tMte Met the le.me4 iA46- dk1'r

i Today and tht Wisconsin JEW TORL: cm-. 'Ie. vidielwbehintelthsadweSwat.. "II Nevef Cat.l ,.let It
part. Eftglisb Journal for $fSl.079 baa bee Few**' mew boss MM IkMkliif .. the fish SH tiitM. *.f ...
e Dr. Warm Palmer, recently Under the program which .stated to Mrs. Martin Luther prt .mill ......., MMnrti el Krapinf the .H.in .! the M". ;' I
t ntaraed from tat University pet.Ule-IvctI fIM'wet Kee Dee M I
brings Dr. Cbapmaa to Texas m-We new ,
of mdiaaa It sow serving u Souther lilt university exchanges .JUng Jr.ty tfrt AOuUc RecordCowpony .ill... M d the .bctrf (....... OM. I*.* .k.Ww I M .
s: associate protestor ofof *, officials.Tht _.m..4.
.edeaaall PI coning cIII1raIaa.t students and faculty ,rheek represents tkt r.DeaW.H..J"..Jr nHtl S'u
umbers with the University firm's contrlbutton the Dng
: tbe'Div"kD of Education.Dr. MTW M AAUrnMaUn
of Wisconsin. Dr. Chapman Is Memorial Fund u result of el _
t. Browa returns
UVc
coIG6ee tht only faculty member lathe a record-bretkis '011'To.thr' e ',,,atm
b1oa.. from Ball State
>iiiiK M._uJ tj a. -69 VCA
University. Be is now aerrincW program at this time,but there beswflt: show at TROUT
art several s111Mn from Madison Square GuM online wt-$ lit.
0 associate professor Dbtslm.C .. of tht tht University of: Wisconsin and U featurtef Aretha Franklin, ...... ,
Selene
facial
The collect has twelve m.mm several student from Texasogtpgy The Rascals, Jot Tax, **m;: SF=:;IPCni15C R" Channel'

bars of tis'tatt as leave for .Id Wisconsin .lad Dave, Soon and Cher. and : euetett, lASS t.....t...e-wett/.49'.

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GruMbliNg College Basketball lJf Carrying Employment Your Good Health

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(elides 12 Games OH Schedule ..... DRUG SAFETY TIPS

GRUMBLING C5peclalCrambllng College's basketball team J oo..w Many drugs lost their potency written on the label of all nonprescription -
will playa !6-game schedule during the 1968-69 season, ineludlng "" 1' la time and may even be dan drugs to facilitate
It games on the home floor and one In Madison Square iW CJt T gerous to take. For this reason, checking. The law requlresthat
Gardenia New York Cit,. buying and storing them In the date be Included on the label

Coach Fred Hobdy't rebuild- View at Prairie View; 12-r .,. f., wholesale amounts Is false: of all prescription: items.
log Tigers will open their Norfolk Slate In New York CityMad.son economy. AH medicines should be kept
campaign at home November ( SquareAMAN Garden); IS-- L. The purchase date should be out JO against Miles College Birmingham GrambUng had Arkansas Ark.s: 17 Wiley College at ..WIXOM/ ASSEMBLY P LAND r k. Every drag should be kept la Its

an finished 11.14 seventh record last In the'year Southwestern and Marshall.University at Tet GrambUng; M-Sonthern and Z4 E l'PI t lMt"' F'\\: r $ original being containers mistaken for to preventIts another

Athletic o n f e r enc e Jackson State at Grambling. :: FACTS medicine that It may resemble.
tact with 14-10 mark. :! It a label comes off, stick It
Gramhllng will make several Satchel Paige Chosen THAT back on with transparent tape.
c -etmpus appearances.In the ; FIGUR Don't rely on color, type mil, meeting Oklahoma bottle or size of pill for dent
Atlanta Coaching
Baptist University on December for I The Cast Of fication.
t' II and Henderson State College ATLANTA-Aecently the Atlanta The Disappearing Cars Furthermore, It ls unsafe to
of Arkansas on December reach Into a medicine cabinetIn
announced that
Braves One minute the car U there
II, both In the Monroe Civic they have plans for making the V the next minute it ha di. the dark. You may grab the'
Center, aad facing Mississippi famed Satchel Paige a coach.. appearvd. This WM the experience right bottle nine times out ten,
I Valley December SO In Paige, said to be more than 60, of more than 650,000 but U you are only half awake;
Hammond, U well as Bishop motorUU Jut :veer. or if someone cleaned house
the team last
was signed by
I la Shreveport December 13.i summer In order to get 158 dayson that By over the 1970 one million expert car predict will and shifted the bottle, you may
The SWAC opener for Grarab- a major league roster and vanish annually if the present make .aa unfortunate mistake.
lag will be January 4 against to qualify for the minlmlm base- tale of theft Increase continue. Never use medicines prescribed
Southern adversity In Baton Who perform these feU and for someone else whose
I baU pension.
Root The Tigers also will put *o many thousand on foot symptoms seem to resemble
This may be earned as a manager until their car are recovered or
: appear la their own tourney coach player or trainer. replaced? Law enforcement officer your owa. There may be causes
December '-',along with Texas According to the Vice President *ay there are two type of for a single symptom or croup
Southern, Dlllard University of the Braves, Paul auto thieve tad UWtalpptlndUltrla1. The first type *tel. (wcaune the cause can you expect
Richards, Paige will help, but'with he has the opportunity and
The tcbedate follows the staff and to .any lasting benefits.
pitching want a Joy ride He I* usually
November' 30-MUes College the bullpen. If be remains on under 18 years of age some art Inspect your medicine chest
at Gramhllng. the staff until next August.be even under 10 year of two or three times a year and
December '-7-Tens South- They make a car dapper! discard the outdated drugs, especially .
4m, U I s.. Industrial, Dl1lard Florida A&M ConsidersBig when arena careless owner leaves those prescribed for a
the key hi the Ignition. (Lad
University four-team tourneyt year 90% of car stolen were specific Illness that has been
Grambling;; li-Teanessee Teams For left unlocked; more than 40% cured. Burn them,or flush them
State at Cramtllng;;17-OUlard had been left with key in the down the toilet.If .
Wnflt1l1"ewOrJeaDIZI-! ; ignition. The owner literallygave you art la doubt about
Oklahoma Baptist Vat Monroe December 7 War their car away!) thief whether to keep certain Items
The other
type of car to
Civic Center 23-Bishop Col- the profei.eional. ask your doctor a registered
legs at Shreveport; Zfr-Mis- TALLAHASSEE Fla/ --> I If* pharmacist, or call a poison
sissippi Valley at Hammond; Florida All M University 'make* hid control center.Rattlers .
.30-Misslsstppl Valley at Ham- head football coach 1.$. living by
eodi U-ttenderson State at "Jake" Galther has announced making rare
Monroe Civic Center that be Is considering five teams I vanish often Will Meet
stripping the and
part piling
I January Southern University u a possible. opponent for the them. His,protection. aka the
at Baton Rouge.;Jackson 'Rattlers ID the Hthbual public over 1200 million yearly. Texas Southern U
State at Jackson, Mlss.i; 11- Orange Blossom Classic to beheld I How can motorist *solve the
Arkansas AM4N at GrambUng la the Orange Bowl la. cane of the disappearing car?
; The Altstata Insurance Company November 30
.U-iley College Cramb* Miami on December 7th. euggejt:
ling; 1$-Tennessee State at Coach Calmer mentioned Morgan -Alwy' remove the key TALLAHASSEE Florida
Nashvnie, Tea; ZS-Alcorn State College, Baltimore, from the Ignition even when AIM University Rattlers will
at GrambUngand January 27)); Maryland; University Tampa<< ,. making: a 'quick etop" at the meet the Texas Southern
D Aleora College at Lorman, Tampa I Maryland College 6a 1 corner!' atop.Lock the. door and doa .U University Tiger la the Tampa
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Alton Classic New Stadium
Princess Anne, Maryland; I of the window including the Tampa ,
I-Tens Southern AIM College, Lorman, I I vent window Saturday night November 30th.
QebruUJ 3-Prairie. View Mississippi, and Alabama State Ford Motor Company's WaomJAssembly Plant has taken novel Center, one of the vans'regular stops.The hide of the Ccoaollatna -L "... and other article The game will the second between
; I-Tens South- College > to recruiting new employees. Its twin mottle employment bottom) Is outfitted with four desk-chair prospective of lock value them attract ia the trunk.attention ao tbt twosmtll college
len at Houston; 10-Prairie. bama. vans set up shop la Detroit and surrounding communities employees out written fast One goal Avoid parting on dimly lit powers la the Tampa Stadium
seeking applicants to Oil the weekly at the huge plant lESS Labor Relations Representative Jim openly left. ) answers a Zflloan. when it U easier for car to be la 1WI. FAMU has aa 5-2 lead,
SISTER recruit's_ ons outside Detroit's Central Community ActionlOL'C "spirited away" la the series..
She will read your entire life-past,present aadfotureebe
asks no questions but will tell you.what THE Elslon Howard
From North South Eul West
you want to know, giving dates and facts business, love, health and family affairs. Will Becomes First ,
help yo find,lost art. Tells yon whoa you will RESERVE
SAL\ Negro CoachNEW : ; ,
marry tad wbaa. If theonejroalovels true, wlisl t&H "..,
to do Vobe soeceaifal.Will reunite the separated,' YORK-la
a major reshuffling it .. .
locate absent friends. and relatives 'and WIlt wo a
happiness between man and wife helps makeup nl '
staff Elston Howard has become r'r'
ion,,' qjarrels. Tells If sickness and bad Rigdon the American League's' first / t i'e .

luck art natural enemies, or U there 1s aa evil. Negro coach He also turned
I Influence Dots not ten to please you/but will U'the truth One) down a minor! league offer recently -
visit will repay you for disappointments la all others. SDe i'l l to retort to the Yankees. '
read your life like aa open book, but also help you out of your' Howard replaces Whltey Ford,
TROUBLES Como and see why yon are so unhappy, when HEAT. & AIR resigned. Dick Home will be
-everything seems to go wrong why be sad and downhearted,. third base tot. 111 4
sick and won led when you can be b.1pe41J14 everything made CONDITIONINGyour Howard chose to devote full 1
clear by consulting THIS GIFTED MEDIUM. Everybody wel time to a communications Job.
come. NO MAIL ANSWERED. I make no house taU... Don'tmistake .because Jim Turner decidedto
the address. SISTER BESSIE 1s located north ofCallahaa return for another U
oa VS. f 1, I/I mile from City of Callahan, Florl a.\ your boa wltt: pitching each year
JIboDtII1l-U50. Central Heating and AirConditioning
'tV. A TCH FOR HER SIGN IN FROXTOP" HOUSE Across the street System )t
from SPORTSMAN MOTEL FlUI'CIlUU CUE

Open dally from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m, Including Sundays.. t
THE CUPPING ENTirVESYOUTOAfS.OOREADlNGfor NEW BRUNSWICK, Hi. Rut- .
5123 BUCKBOIN ID.. gers and Princeton played the I ,
311.1533 first Intercollegiate football
PB game In the U.S. on November

L .6, lies. Rutgers won 6-4.

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Shown above are the foreign students enrolled at Florida MM West Africa; Titos Nyatsaaca, Rhodesia; 11Wm
I University during the 1W-69 school year. They art: (1-r) Michael Georgetown, Guyana South America) and Emmanuel Ogunsam,
i jDo things go better _n _U_Hrvl__.. Western: Nigeria' Luciano Kaisnma---- Anmlx--. -Nlnrls...,---.


',with Coke re 3 i 4 bedroom plant with 1,1 'h. NEWS DEADLINEAll Blacks Make Up "Little AMericm". At BethmeRites
2 bolht and should In the Florida
news
garage.
after Coke after Coke? Modern schools, church. and a com- Star Office by Tuesday at 1 p.m. Well With Diego Chirgers
........... ... _.. cenlar clot by. If you should mail your news,It 13.7 Per Cent .OL6Is
LINCOLN: ESTATES should be mailed Monday A former, "Little All-American" at Bethune-Cookmaa

.. .......... .,.., College, Daytona Beach,, a new face Is turning up more frequently
tear-.c-....'*'wrt.awor.rp t. MUJ.Ma.EWto4itaaW.*.MC<*SUMH.MMrort.Mr s4s s"oud,10011 cd'e. 7130 RICHARDSON ROAD PHONE: 765-1685 r F=- s. JI a ., Killed In Vietnam. and staying longer la the Saa Diego Charger Interior offensive.
-.---.- -...... line.
.. WASHINGTON (( P1)The
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a Considering that nut's status tt Isn't because I don't study
I I. r Defense department has issued U a "pat hand" at the start of. my playbook either
WHEN YOU ARE IR !. statistics widely at variance: (the season off tts l8d7performonce Starting: a regular season gameIs
that a large '
I. from those stating the presence of<< Larry one thing Little has down asa
You Seek The Best Doctor 1 1.| BRAND NEW .at proportion t,4 then Your Doctor killed la Vietnam were Black appeared la 10 games u a
; 196J VW According to the Pentagon i Little put la more than talc rookie last and started
Prescribes, Get Experienced \ 13.7 per cent of the 23.616 GIi.killed year
the against the New York Oakland
game a against
pre-season game
Pharmacists Jo 11 la action 1961 until
from
Lady Bug : 'Jets .
Fill : and three quarters plus this summer Most Prescriptions Ac : June 30, 19C6 were Negro.By .iptng Oakland's Raiders.This duty Las been on a special
cording'To Your Doctor's: ; SEDANAUTOMATIC .!li comparison black people was the most consistent spread unit teams and this was where
Orders, : ,I. '., make up 10.5 per cent of the
Ie Use Only The Best. .C, E. BLACK 1 .! United and State's 11 troops cent of la the Vietnam U.S.The seasons with the Chargers. "He's exceptional at blocking
STICK SHIFT per- "Good Job" was the ratine bt oa kick returns," said Jot
Quality Drugs.: Proprietor 1. population.
t ( : received front the coaealagi Madro who coaches the
'r 13.7 cent casualty rate
per staff for his work against Mew offensive line, mdlcatlgtbatu'a t

.__._M...____. _.____.._". __ 3 Registered Pharmacists'To Serve Y-o-u. '!tI. I5vt1J/) .; contrasts made sharply by some with statements civil- as York.well Things against dldnt the Raiders.go quite tree agent College from Little BethoneCookmaa hadn't.

You know it. It's best .. ..7..A.COMPLETE LINE OP..... .... ,-I rights leaders that the percentage .'I made more mistakes, been considered the foremost
your of battle deaths U
Negro
< renal mistakes la that t game," talent ar"Larry. .
I Catlin- U high U 21 per cent, if not said Little, .a big quiet man .
a made steady 1m-
'Cosaetics Rubber Goods
Candle.
refreshment buy. trout M*"".! MI
higher.tor was blocking' "
dlw: 3 la the comparatively: provement, Madro continued:
Griffin the wrong man on most of"ft's .Be''. got all the physical ai.trlbutublL -
Sundries.PRESCRIPTIONS. low Pentagon figure may be the UIoIt aIstabI." .
f tact that all UJ8.troops stationed strong, tough!,
: 5 something I hope to get 'tast mobil..he'
Volkswagen .good at pulling
la the vicinity of Vietnam
: << are
CALLED FOR AND DEL'IVERED- :>id of with more playlngUmea ...1 as nmnlngblocker. His
counted la figuring overall UJB. -
'INC. m qoactlco of concentration, I
+*,.," 'S 1901 KINGS lOAD f53UU 12SO CAST 8th military Negroes strength art lathe said tel area bt,. think If JOG know you're going pass be', hampered protection to all some right extent'butt!
P to start, you teem to have the "
STJ| by a hand Injury
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SATURDAY NOVEMBER 9. 19tl JTAl PAPER t

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I ,__ Famous! Olympic Sprinter Wyomia Tyus Plans Retiring From Contests ... ., .



Yom| Stir Hopes To Enter Torch Football For Atltorifr .


On Job In RecreitioH Arei SPORTS PARADE :

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MEXICO CITY Wyomia Tyus the Uj6. sprinter who won her BY NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONALOOTBOXED ,

second straight Olympic 100-meter roleS medal last Tuesday tad .
set a world record to boot plans retiring from track after the ,ar
tames, but first she wants two more told medals. CHALLENGER
NEW ORLEANS NPQ( Welterweight champion Curtis
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After the told aedal was returns to the United States
,1/ Cokes of Dallas are his Argentinian challenger Ramon LaCrust
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placed around her Deck, Wy after the came she wants "to
boxing lesson for 15 rounds recently, and retained Us title
otnla, wrapped la a brown and find a Job m recreation and 1
en ft unanimous decision la the process The challenger's: low
white blanket over her hope that It's In California.
crouching posed no problem for the 11-year-old champion who
sweatsuit, announced to Wyomia spurted across the
news
stabbed him constantly with left Jabs, then followed op with
men she was : ahead of
retiring line
100-meter finish
right-left combinations to the head and body Cokes' record Is
"I hare been In for BartarFerrellwbowoo
running teammate
5' I losses
now and I draws
10 years, and I think It's time the sitter medal, but t3 j'r

for me to hang up my shoes," Wyomia still set a new work FIRST ROKECOUING .

she said and Olympic record of 11 > NEW TORK-(NPI)-A strange development In sports recently
The athlete said
when she seconds flat.Okie found the Harlem Globetrotters basketball team playing for the

first time la Us 41-year-history la Harlem. Despite heir
O'Nesl Of Albny StateNines' suggestive title, the 'Trotters have played ill over the world but
/ bad not appeared la Harlem onto tt put on a show and staged .a
clink for school age youngsters recently.,
To Top Athletic Pest rt

FIRST CASUALTY
KANSAS CITY, Mo-Obie W. O'Neal, Jr, athletic director at CHICAGO-atPo-CapWn) Bob Boozer recently became the
Albany (Ga) State College, has been named vice chairman: of Chicago Bulls' first casualty: la the newly-born national Basket
NAIA District M in a reorganlutlon of the district to Include ball Association season, when be suffered a sprained ligament
all NAIA member Institutions la the states of Georgia and t7 m his left knee and was sidelined for about 10 days Boom's

Florid. injury was a big Jolt to the Bulls.
The announcement was made ference affiliations will not be
by A.O. Doer, NAIA etecutlve affected BLACK SOUL GIFT

secretary, In conjunction: ) with The NAIA Esecetlve Com- ;,; KEXXX CITY ()NPl) Tomraie Smith and John Carlos,
the renaming of Dr. Garland mlttee adopted this program U.s. Olympic sprint stars, recently received congratulations
Dickey, athletic director at after receiving a recommendation If from Chicago civil rights activist: Ret. Jesse Jackson "for
Berry College Rome, Ga) as from Its National Research. expressing to the world the gift of Black soul and talent" After
NAIL District tt chairman.: Committee. Eight geographic the two were suspended from the Olympic Games for giving a
The new district alignment districts: are affected by this "Black power salute" at the Games. Rev. Jackson, national
Includes an former members program whleh.wlll I provkJeequality T director of Operation Breadjettet of the Southern Christian
of District ZS plus eleven of opportunity for each: Leadership Conference, assured the two athletes that "nobody
former members from Georgia athlete and team for the national Is going to ban M around." Smith won aa Olympic gold medal
and Florida of NAIA District championships: which la tan aR for winning.tie t00-metsrs la record-slattering time, and
6. This district was formerly are qualifying events for Pan Carlos finished third la the same event

composed predominantly American and Olympic Trials, I'
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Negro Institutions from added Doer.District Touch football ls ft gamethat Is enjoyed by all, a game that authoritatively. Plimpton 1s allowed to alga with the Detroit Lions.
Alabama, Georgia, Florida and ZS-member Institutions requires no particular: football skill. United Artists' "Paper He soon realises that this 1s nothing like aa afternoon la Hew
South Carolina. This change: is will now Include: Albany Lion" allows its writer George Plimpton to engage In touch York's Central Park. Some of toe Lions members arc seen
part of a redistricting process State College, Albany, Ga; football. From this game stems the Idea that the writer should above. The entire team makes Its dabut.UT .
that affects more than 100 NAIA Armstrong State College, Sa* try out for quarterback of a pro football team la order to write Soothing relief for
member colleges and universities vannah, Ga.; Augusta College,
from Tens to Virginia Augusta Berry College, FntkiH Couch Atficks hard-werkieg haRds:
O'Neal who succeeded B.T. Mt. 'i.t BethuneCodkimaa M'

Harvey of Miles College (Alma College, Daytona Beach, 51lirpessihle"' !I. Resole Wet WtllHtrr.TtOir.UM ItlU. Per hands ee
la IKS as the NASA District 6 Fla.; Clark College, Atlanta, Alcorn AmbushesSouthern ,., reugh, M ehe''''. they actually hurt.rvliaeeatla .
chairman: has been the athletic Ga; Edward Waters College, CRStlCBORO, M,C.-"Doing the Impossible" Is fast routine f t Seethes, and ..I"' ........
director at Albany State since Jacksonville, Fla.; Embry with AAT basketball coach Cal trria. fiia that pretests e

19SO. Riddle Aeronautical: Institute, Cal has begun his lth veason Charles Greer ( -0 a senior; against moisture better
The appointment of Dickey and Dayton Beach Fla.; Florida 26-14 as the AU 1 u' head coach. and guards Nathan Pettus (S-l) i than watery creams and

O'Neal as chairman: and vice AIM. University, Tallahassee, Three of his starters finished aDd Lawrence DaDa (1-11). I Petrol'.\I..L.Get Jelly Vesellae.Yoepeya .
chairman respectively, was Fla; Florida Memorial Col their careers: last season and Greer, a native of Greensboro, little nerstksafereaf
made by NAIA President, Dr. loge Miami, Fla.; Florida la* were drafted by pro clubs.: could easily break Into the other breads ef ,.ue.
Eldon W. Graber of Blufflon stltite of Technology, By BENNIE: THOMAS Another starter has trans starting lineup. "Be .has been ass. jslly..et
College (OhIo). Melbourne, Fit; Fort Valley ferred and the other has left COMTDnKDOnPAGC'lS Funds are worth lrn
la making the announcement, State College, Fort Vatl y,Ca.; LOQMAN( Mas.-(NPQ Southern ttalverslry's offense was school. la spite of It all, Irvin
Mr. Duer stated: "With this Georgia Southern College, turned around to the tune 0I.1&bt minus yardage and the defensecouldn't U talking like a coach with
placing of mild Us Sf0-memler Statesboro, Ga; Georgiatodi* withstand the reselling push as the Jaguars, were five starting seniors returning. WEAR IT NATURAL or
Institutions into geographic western College, Americas, ambushed t14 by Alcora College la Lames,. "I Jut feel that we can dolt," CHI IT STRAIGHT

districts, NAIA reaffirms its Ga; LaGrange College, La* tbe Jaguars scored first is the (:ti left in the first quarter.The said Irvin, whea asked about ...u.c .
dedication to democratic principles Grange, 4.; Wuetr University big IcU.bwtlt.n'1aIIttIc Con biggest play of the series his eternal aptIm..... "We .!:! ..... "-"
and practices all areas Macon Gaj Morehouse fereace battle which unfoldedseder was aa interference call: on a always feel that we can do the .tt"t a
of its growing Increasingly, College.Athena, Oa.rMorrls \ a suaiy comples organisational struct Droves College, Atlanta,; Ga; homecoming splendor en the the ball on the Braves M-yard 1 great challenge." ..: &U
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..." North' Georgia College. Dah reservation ot the Braves* line with tills the attempted Irvln's teams at AAThavewon h itlpfr-J M.f'i

According to Duer, "'111... looega, Ga; hIDe College, M-yard field goal by Jaguar. ,receiver of a Johnson pass, la $11 out of 4U games for something =.:: .p'-i
tiling, effective for the 196119 Augusta Ga; Piedmont Col* footer Mark SwnpUa-wtlch 'short order, Johnny Carter like 1$ per cent. Can he .. ...... :
competitive: year, follow loge Demurest, Ga; Savannah set a mass feeling oIlDtw- picked np four to the II, and continue his winning tradition? :.:!.:s.w:

many years of cartfl&lp1aJm1nc. State College Savannah, Ga; ness through the packed throng after a pair of incomplete passes Host observers and Irrta'-lID- tar, .....-!r- ...
As in the past, aU leaders la Shorter College, Rome.; Ga,; of returning Alcora alumni after samples answered his Mtf think: to. The Antes began MURRAY'SOMADi
belt new districts will have University only! 1-01 of the first quarter. summons and booted a 51-yard practice: October II. tw. DltU&.lNCa
equal opportunity to share la Fla; VaMosta"State.college, But the Braves took advantageof field goal with 10.M left lathe "I will have a young club>> and I 1s

planning and administering Val dOl", Ga.. and West a Southern pun'' which travel ,third quarter to leave the score they art going to make .,.....................Nar......
Carrollton tel more than twice the distance at 11-11. mistakes," said Irrla. "Bow bit ra/t.tt. .,.. .
trial qualifying events and other Georgia College, in 0..1.twa. .7Miiun ww.S. .... ..t_-
functions of the district Con Ga.SIEELBEAD up than U did wide, with the la the fourth with only two ever, 1 donl think they win jni
resulting shenanigans leaving minutes 40 seconds left,Alcora let our winning tradition fall. .. MM tt1Ur'SI L 4t
the ball on the Southern tt'9.. bad forged to a t>-U toad on All 1s not dart la the AoU imuoi MONCTS ee: _
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touchdown later.Southern's Irvin does have some N4IMa wea;
and a two plays a one-yard touchdown blast by camp as
Robert Bennett Ray with Hadley adding the PAT. tine players returning Leading
delivered the short-dlstanc This was a touchdown which the,veterans Is Junior Vernon
punt which .&.ken', Larry came: following a highly Walker ((1-1)) of High Point B. pickin bet !
gates attempted to field but questionable interference call C. aDd Junior Lonnle Butts y you
fumbled Jaguar end Isaiah I ia the end gone against Southern (I-I) Salisbury, N.C. la this
Dr DICK WOLFP Robertson, recovered, and In with the ball actually thrown pair Irvin wtU have two of the
a rinsing attempt was, beyond the end gone, and with league's finest rebounders.
smothered on the two with the' AlcoTD's Estes with a two-step Other returnees Include versatile
: A FISH FOR All SEASONSThis Braves getting possession. advantage on the Southern de* Daryle Cherry,currently:

The Braves Willie Ray waul fenders.Southern's. on the Aggie football team.
U warning to Eastern trout EYrrm u. DaD venture
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allowed but one yard on the last two i.I
West In search at ateelhead. it you do. the BearerlUll. N.v mint posses '
and your favorite local streams will never have quite the Mine first try following the scoring slant of the game were snuffed Watch This
appeal. territory possession by the out by interceptions, bat with
.' It ... early November and the ant blanket of sow coveredthe Braves but on the next play less then a minute left la the CIOwa
East. Tying EarS and recalling: ; last summer's relnbow outing he bowled for the ons- & game, the Jaguars defenders
just wasn't enough.I touchdown: for a 1-$ Alcora trapped Alcora's Clarence
bad been promising myself a go at the winter steetheadi for 1/ 23 -13
rears and the time tevraed right. A call 10 "Pappy" Darts. InPortland. lead which dldat change: whea Toliver la the end tone for a
Or*., reassured the run was on. Southern's Joe Zenoa blocked safety to have the Jaguar's 15-1t-45
The steelhead to one of the more fascinating specie available Duvlo Barney's PAT try with lose by a 26-14 margin.. .
to apart fishermen Born.. the ruthing rivm and streams of the J 1i I
Northwest they make their way to the Pacific Ocean to grow big 1 w /
and trans At spawning time they return to the site of them '."'E TAKE DEALS- OTTERS REFUSE"NO \ L
.birth, fighting the current for month and traveling perhaps
IjUOO miles, without food. Stout and silvery aa they leave the lt',11TIAG-CREDITAPFRnvErl: ON .TOT!' I5111H
ocean. the ateelhead gradually atsumrs the traditional rainbow ASIXAS
markings ot J non-migratory cousins .POST TIME-SPM. SAT. MATINEES 1s3/
"Pappy met me at the Portland airport and we beaded southwest ,
to a spot on the Neatuca River about 30 miles from the down '
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Pacific. Few men know this wDd. wonderful country the wsy"Pappy" $195 -
does. and the abilityto
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locate water where .
.aleelheads holding rest on their long j6| CADILLAC SEDAN DEVILLK S1T95CAMFOIT .', don Be Adds.,Subtracts,
swim plays major role In this COMTKOU Alt CO"T- 'WV MAT flit. WIMOOWS. A work:* It all around.

kind of angling \ 67 MERCURY COUGAR . .12095v
The weather was terrible A { t-ir i ID. S.M 34 $21 -12

cold driving wind swept the 1 65 DART 2-DR . .$1095 1
steady driule across our faces ..*.O' it,,. autoouTic ve.M.. tie". co >04ttoNW 'C :

luft as we to took keep to our upright small boat.in PONTIAC BONNEVILLE .. . .$1995 ATTRAC7IONS2f12S51

the muddy swollen river (, W'Q'if* oVie CrWCMTION a. *,y1'l''Cat t ace WOTU. IMJCM. .

seemed. "Pappy"like an assured accomplish me that Mmeat. M RAMBLER AMERICAN . :. .} 795I
all the discomfort would be p' Oe MTO. Aie COMOITKIM :
worthwhile when I landed my '. .-t5 -" ". .66 BUICK LESABRE . .SI St.p' MAN'S DAYS.NUMKUD t
first "braggt inI ..." steelhead. N1 Mla i,
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I was using a Mitchell 410 fas -retrieve reel on an eight-foot
light action Conolon rod with pound teat Bonny mono, '6R PONTIAC LEMANS DOOR .. ..I2S>>DS
"Pappy" and I each chose lures of artificial salmon egg cll&aI.trLThe : Ofl ""...... .
Lea coin Ttoey0.eTo : N1y
lures are cut deep. &.bIlinUr bouncing along the rivers 4
rocky bottom. It takes time and a delicate. feel to tell a bit from CADILLAC C EL DORADO . .$6393
a snag But soon a throbbing rod and singing line told me ..badIDJ' LO40ID. p4IorOllY WAHAHrV "\\Wiibi- hflg
first steelhead strike He took off down stream as U be wasreturning Numbered. -
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to the sea. Suddenly be broke through the bubbling Beam sad Fortune Can Be
surface and arched his shining body like a crescent moon. Uy. uo-ow..n ITt t.'eit roV r YLe W; W/MOOwa Toe When Ton Know Totfr
muscles ached from the cold. and my numbed fingers were bard Lucky Days.
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continued his spectacular aerial .
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put to keep a tight ::;
offensive right up to the net. eight pounds of fighting fish still pMptea.QNt1;: M4i cove awAY aeitL ,'L'C. wis. : .. : .
trying to make his way borne OVER 100 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM! Lucky Colors, etc: f AlD'Si ,1'
He had provided me with a shining new memory and earned tfeod $2.00 for your ./ '
We Take Deals Where Others Refuse
the right to make his contribution to succeeding I
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released Credit Approved on Spot Horoscqj*..
nffIt Tonight's the night to discover ; .
dldnt take long for "Pappy and X to boat our limit of two w wL%, Ds, ::K". e
steelheads and bead for the warmth of a nearby lodge Funny :'NQYU.BE*( the Smooth Canadian.-: "".
but from the time that first steelhead hit my line until we found R S. EVANS .
shatter thought about the cold and rain. Fill la the bUak'belov and 1
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"Pappycould see I was bitten by the steelhead-bug."and put stAfl to ZODIAC Pod Office Seagram's V.O. Canadian. j
the hook In as little deeper You should try fly roddlng for the Box 1171 Jacksonville, ria..j ;
summer run m early October." be said. 3rd & MAIN Known by the company it keeps. t
And I did. The steelheads were close to home than, and carried '
the familiar rainbow markings. The earth still held much of the, r. :
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r P.ALAIKA News 1,'* SDA Black_ .confers Help t .,..: 'ElttlT LO; AINMtNT. Y HUES Dr Reddick' =: .

aspffmg actors, and for the Speaks Sunday On.
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production d four new plays
: DM annual report card night waive!! attended by the parents.. ;iby Bacl America*playwright/ Will. 01! God
According to tht official report there were UlptrenU present. r 'The '
: 't company, headquartered at
r t Homeroom 7-D, O.R. Unldrow. sponsor,woo the clan citation the st. Marks Playhouse wasifounded Dr. A!Joseph Reddle.AUS;Church pUtor'at

for the most pareota present 19.Ulss last year on a $434,000 ,I Grant Memorial

: Tommle Sena Stanford,. luneraUsed. last week.. grant from the same. foundation.: '"will The speak Will of Sunday God For morning Ue" and oa

: :'was Central selected Academy"Ulaa High Central senior,, .toembars On October of the 90 sociology, some of class the;; ':' at 6:49 p"..... on '"Rejected...

: ;Academy High" la the annul antler the direction of idles .Speaker. Dandy l School Iwgma at 1:30a.m.
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t, Queen Selection Day. UlaaBeanford Shirley sponsored r < Amos V. Rose will be la
: daughter of Hrs.a assembly program ecme'ralnitilt charge." Choir No. 2 and Debt
Lava W. Carter Palette was building project oa the
Board No. 2 will serve throughthe
:the repreaentatlre from District campus. The speakers at this Dr. B.L. Wynn aDd
day.
Rachel Wllllama program were City Manager;
IV. lira. offlcera and members of Abysslnia -.
HE. Williams and Commla
MIs leader. Other sponsors on be
will present
stoner J.C. Godwla. These two Baptist
,
i the district Included J. Rook, after-service hour. AU'are
la aa
I ,Y. Thompklns, D. Satchel, C. men contributed information Invited.
I Williams and O. Unldrow. facts and answersto .
the entire student body. Responsible 3t
Fells '
I' Hiss Phyllis daaeht.ror -
1 Ura. Arnell Fells, wu selected for the program were/ Chi Jtl PM i
first attendant to Hiss Sharon Jones, Aaron Robinson,* t
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:C.A.; Erelya Johnson, daughter Harriet Williams, Roderick CONTINUE: FROM PAGE I'happiness
of Ur. and Urs. Isaac Johnson James,Shirley Dumas.
; The annual Central Academy 4. Kamtaia nit respect
:;was selected second attendant
:..to Ulss C.A. High School Homecoming Week t and set good examples
:: Other winners Included, UlssTHomecomlng. set for November 11-22 la now for young peapis.Community >> .
Lola Floyd; UlsaI rapidly getting Into shape, Service Citations
I Football, Cynthia Ellis; and Ura. E. Border bad the largest' W11QC'Dr. were awarded to four' outstanding
percentage" of parents present REV. B.L. citizens for contributions
,Ulss Junior High Connie John* L
:son; Miss Senior, Sylria Kann.lira. 22 out of 21. Ura. Lora Brooks 4 B.L. Wynn, above,pastor, of time, talent and resources
Coldle Loot and lira..Ardlth .won the door prize, a nit cartlflcate -. aDd officers of Abyssinia Bap to the furtherance of a better.
; Colete, C.A. librarians to Pemey's Department These Black eotfeVenceTbders<< 'oTtte' teveefl.-e> AdveatM'1 I CoDqe, l.terlllp, Ala. Pictured above are the donorsi; eated,,* tilt Church, win be at Grant community.
,are la charge of tilt annual I Store Mrs Brooks la the Church, meeting la biennial council la Toronto, Caada, recently:< from lefl, WA Lee, Kansas City, Ho; Dr. Rait; D.B.Simons, Memorial Sunday la aa after Musical aeleetloaawere
observaace of American mother of Tommle Smith. 11B, demonstrated tangibly that "we ear." when they presented a'1!1 I Columbus, Ohio; aad T.U Roberts Dallas, Standing from leftCbiagoCL service hour. The public la rendered by the chorus of
'Education Week at Central Larry Smith, IA aDd wmlt $2,000 scholarship to Theophflus Nwampa.refugee beleagur*.:are GJ<. Calif.t W... Ranfleld, ; Invited. Dr. A. Joseph Re lUck Eugene J. Butler Senior High
:;Academy. Several groups are Smith, 7C. ad Bafra la Nigeria, West Africa. 'The scholarship, which will'I 1 Bradford, Dudley, Nashville. Not' shownCui Is pastor of the church. School under the direction of

:warms on projects) posters, The Spanish classes presented enable" his Nwampka to complete his college education,was received W.A. Thompson, Pine Forge, Pa.;aDd George Earle. New. Tort.NP1 ASsuMes HinlleUra. Eugene White.WORLD .
n behalf
:aDd essays. The 1961 theme for a playlet. The CJL. dancers by Dr. Frank W. Hale Jr., president, Oakwood Photo
:American Education Week, la gave three numbers The program OF BOOKS
:America Has a Good Thing chairman for this lousE in SUE rii SALE III .MLthfuralshVd CONTINUE
FROM
DOING' ,IMPOS5ICIECOimNCE PAGES
presentation was Miss DraclHaGarrla. ,
This..eot will take
place
Going.
: 2147 W. lit St. off UcDuff. IMI Uncom ConttnentaTConrertlble. ; am apClM-c5. *
,.November 1017. Urs. UN. Of good aDd dedication of the Chicago Picasso -
The Central Academy Bulldogs WJ. Seibary, guidance I bedrooms Comer BuDpl IIF. 49,000 actual miles., FROM PAGE 11 work of art.
counselors were .chairmen for Recently decor. LIb aew. Tile Almost perfect New Urea. 101 SUE Through all tile years of bet
were rtctora la their last outing threatening ta the past" said
the entire event. bath ft kit. orotr-Sn-I5n. $$000.724-M47.. long bard journey from the
against the Murray High footballteam
living Irvin "U to through to
Bungalow, t bedrooms, come ,
last weekend.Coach Coop- The principal and several of Chicago Black Ghetto to t
and kitchen win
the teachers out last week room, dtaette help us. Chair
were Professorship at
!r'. Dogs spanked the Murray The to bow the Atxles tare Poetry
API. FOR RENT- $200 00 down,$53OOper Booth. key
':fcuOdgos' to the t u.or. -be- for various meetings aDd con* r o, 156-1111. oa the court this winter will Northera QUnoia State College,
tart a large" St. Johns Count ferences. Principal Fred R. a Furnished apartment for rent. be the performance of several Gwendolya Brooks has aot
crowd. Brooks attended the Aaaaal No children. Ph. 2S9-0111. published a volume of poetry.
Conference of the Florida IVJ EMT players Bovine op from last.. Tea have Some
The Central Academy Marching : season's freshman team. years passed.
Balldoga a'tmi Secondary Principals at Miami l\il; MM.00 don..J3.45 per monttu Irvta calls William Buckingbam small works have appeared infrequently -
puma IIT inn(
weekend. The Beach; lira. Rosa K, Ragadale You ear on your ova at 34D ( -4)) ot Richmond, Ta. his mostly U black:
attended the Florida Uathematlcs ,On borne $250.00 \ but aodinc
the Homecoming Parade la your owe for Pbelps. CoDvaaleot to School bed prospect. Buckingham --.... periodicals, reaUysuhsfrqtut.
Crescent City la the Crescent meeting la Coco Beach; down. $U.4S per Booth,at 1020, Shopping Center and Downtowa. averaged n.t peiots as t fresh- i-' t' Bad she, U awbtte'reporter
City High Event on November 1. Ura. T..N. Seabury was la Orlando Walnut Street. Conveniently locatod. -' Call 724-40.2. Baa. rAJi \. r .; suggested ta aa later
for the Florida Business I "H"J> Call 724-40.2. Hew witk bur lost.., "soul*
,1&.tu11\ the evening they gavea Norse Realty Co. eMEMllllf trying to crack Into the Sarah stetggneci .
beautiful halfUme showinf Education Association;Charles Uitrwi4ci t bit CI. _Horse Realty CO. U" MIl to Larry U ctalrmaa the LoaiProgram ,.la becoming the ottklal poet.
at tile Murray High'School Cot sey went to Clearwater to |MI HIM... ... '....'11 1U fll AEMF Kearae starting' '(4-1) 'or PIiI1a4t Elt. Committee of Grant of the white establishment
Homecoming game. The good meet with the Florida Art final! let t FIef Ci ban Memorial AUE Church, who Miss Brooks' reply to the
Lease U
Teachers Urs. RD. Wllllama *>. I e* to. I1' rye. Fura apt. for rent ZttO Thorn' a flashy player reporter la echoed her for aU
Basic and precision marching ; 1 smiting face baa of the Earl Uonroe type. Ke1s <' takes the mantle from the
gone
met with the Florida Teachers u St. I nice rms. Prlv.bath the world
to read
drew roods of applause from A tender rote Is stilled also u excellent rebounder venerable Ura.SavannahSmtth, -Oweadotya
of English la West Palm Beach alec aDd water fura. Malts Brooks U nobody's tot torowa.
the spectators. On Saturday the ; i child A Laced place Is la the house la aplle of his sue. who through years pioneered poet
11'7.10
Edwin Wllllama war la Orlando wk m-M7t. She has act "sold ad"acid
lurching Bulldogs participated TEETHINGPAIN That tvtt ear to filled wltt the Souvenir Program of
la the DCC, Daytona Beach to attend the Vocational... MITEL la ION SALE tilt tames of the church. Ura.Stebbtas the has ao intestine of
tot of
yarade.There they made I tine trial albs of America Beet. la they, loving memory daughter of the tote doing a*. All the fame aad
a planning session.Ur. ? U rooms, private bath 'S.oo a precious Bother, lira.thin made her .
and compUmentedon 'lti Peter who served for
bowing were W.45 Street Bland,
D. Shivers who UKOTW: idad
.. II aeral-prtvate $4.00 departed this
Wllllama rooms
was accompaaled forget or of what she
mask and
their Birthing many u a trustee and
years
MUUentefewttien,.., life November 10
\ tt )$100 c.1IO. ,
by A Wright. CJL. senior -, once was or where ato
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sharp ayparancs.Several ; Wea37RRate class reader, raised more caste
\ II. OU'M11iQu14. 1W4.
We loved Mother
departments of the who Is a charter member of Iet.mmee. ..... (ptas tat) tot God loved you best. Rest,I' I than $ OO from ads aad patrons.: from. She does act tin up her
the Junior Board of Directors. 1 da'ya .-, HIM 'CHITIKtmurm' you WANTEDageei.or DOlt at Mack misery end she
C.A. High School are mating. Y / oeWtrkane.inywe. EI.EWIH U Second place went to Mrs.Alke
peace darling. We'll Beet ...
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Miss te has _
: preparation to contract tI.I Lyaburg attended the Scott, who raised Bore thaa aot lost the 1Uf11,
Florida State Meet |rt '''''p I you one Clad UoraUg.... the .oupXe to share apt. wok diver. ,
I Ubtts at the annual Putnam oa Physical t llif.? rums nee} $300. a third place was the concern, or fiery eloquence toroepkttaf
County: flit November IMI' FltDiu..IlIamS.IIr..I.D..WU- I f -J till 0.1.,Ca.Ldgewood Ave. saints go marching la. ce aad ll-fear-old' ...,. chairman of the Court of Gar life ta .M ghetto.
| at the Fair Grounds. The CJL. llama' also attended the Drive / % ..II,AM pl\lnUtlat tor ..1'boDt1ooosAJ. liar .Uarlsa Igsidi:net la loving memory, 1JIi7lu. ft lele. $ wk. days aDd eo-chalrmaa of the This, her blest volume 'of
Ever
English Drpartmeat and Mum 'n Reading Workshop held la .i BABY Green, I Call ISS-IUt after 4:20 .. w...'. Day effort who raised poems, takes Its title from t
: Department, Ura. Rachel D. 'JackaoBvlUe.uvttatlona"' -1IIr': ar.-).' IILJI(. All HES. .ENU daughters. aU day Saturday. Bore thaa $110. building whet she one wotted.
.
I, .Williams aad Abram AkaanarM aDd annduncements .. iii
1 hare been seat out with i calendar -
chairman respect*
I ,tmiW to foithe of events for the nmalHomecoming Take New 1MPWOYIDNLTt0tETABIZ
<. English and responsible mute exhibits.& Celebration planned TIIEI IF IIIIlll'fit 'ZI for that tired, na EARNING-and: LEARNING

William.UaiweUprominent for the wen November TIE lilt"Start don feeling keeps you from
11-22. The coronation of Miss enjoying We.
and civic leader of our .
grocer Your Ors Import Bust* 100 Tablets $>00 200 Tablets
CJL. will be held ia the school ; '
ber community Jl at,passed his borne nay la,Octo-East cafetorium oa November 21.Tbe ....sa, Afro Shop, '".** $5.00. $1.00 depostt oa.COD'S..EMPIRE : : oys Jt, Girls Can Make Mon y
oil
for '
annual parade win be held SeaS $10 00 PRODUCT ft SALES
Ktatka Ur. UazweU the
was
tusbana elMr'.1Iar1 Me wed oa the afternoon November "D1"itMJ of Atrlcaa Erport .DepL. FS. UI7JChlcago .. Broadway ..
,of the Mathematics Department.Aaderew = : 22 with the game CJL....Ocala: tr'* containing names and addresses UllnoU' 6062C Hiifcids 01 Fkridi Star' Newsboys
African
of nearly 200

.friend of our DeLoach school,and long-Ume husband highlighting Booker Field.the evening at Exporters maU rates,products customs exported.require*', Are imm front $1. to $10.00 Weekly ; ,.. J '. i' '' : t. t's

1Dd1'1IbI and .
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of Urs. Betsy Au DeLoach.CJL. Hakcrts 75 .
staff employee, died last tattoos wanting; to take: put lathe menu, tie. *: Aid LEAtNBG( to tfo kslieu.YOUKGSTEKSlJIyoi '
week. parade are asked to contact J ft D Enterprises .

Bob Hill, centenarian the. Edwin R. Williamsparade P.O. Boa 1621 i Processes.2.50
grandfather of Ulaa Cbarlen marshal or Miss Charleoe) Williams Washlagtoji'D. toll ; in surf nd ,

Williams, Central's Home general Homecoming ud DECOdZ TOW OWN BOSS; J.C.JHlHrl ., ,

Economics Department, waa' chairman. BARBER, COLt GEINCd waif to em' Yoir owi Miey (Us hike .


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