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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 9, 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:
UF00028362:00790

Related Items

Preceded by:
Florida star and news

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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 9, 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:
UF00028362:00790

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news


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pmtaul. Dr.M.Mateo lWeI, U3JL1C $t d0 CaadH 'of tat Cootedtracy, lid U lUtraOaa works VtraeaDabatr act la coBTtatloa to blew Tort City OM of ON hl ,auprjortm and tyBpenlatra 'Dlilt". CoaM.rat ntfl aad mUornu, aad tbt BM of tnt la mt, but fiahtrday.rttnrwd "vu fat aettpUact of a 1500.00 acfeoUrattp allocation from Ibt .duration fund of flu Joan witness before Judge Laytoa.CM I
tort have beaded toctflwr to BUM "BttNl".. art taboo: oa tbo caapu ot ftt fcratb Dadt a coarictioa Iplativtu.lawraa. EcalUa Brnriaf Company. Smlllac. oa tbt teft, to Grand ratted Solar Habeas ft. Reynolds, vitas town, dMted 1
.alb behind tb* parent ui- Byrd.47.y.ar- who U rtctlrl&c Ibt cbtck from Bernard CrtvtU,CcbUti rtprtttntativt Net Tork. Mr.Rtyaold OB croM-tiaminatloo that b*

throe dead Crang burtt <:Jeot* Tat reuai; lot IbU dloeon pra4 amotkf tbt vUtta and. old ttUrtciaa. rtpalraaa, oaa txprtaatd tjraUttdror Ibt companjr' tnttrttt la tbt Elk acbolaratlp to&d. tatted vita Thomas after tb*

vbo vert aUtgedly abet don Uamaet of romladtri of od! adtya vaa (oofht by tbt HHTOluitice -*. chart ot -. trial vaa set attorney Gait
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tar Bomt.ot echo talaeotined.ill'. din of aiamy and r.. ****, *' Tat vbUt au vaa atotofttod .,"Ie Social Moat, attoratr for tbt state,
kigkvaf pttrtla woo "....... to that th Dado to 10 ytara la tbt atatt. I01. Tribe Has $560,000YeyMirhfl produced a police officer u a
November .. won lICIt todkled Director vbo aides Tboaa.
Covaty Kcbool Board roeoaBModod UoUary.Dtbatr. vttnta saw
( jay a Federal Grand Jury for the oa Momabor "'W' j, ... (oUovlai aa autopsy,, W"kt{ .ClMSMMr tallng to tbs visas on atrttt
reortary I, int. tatauut* vote ot I to t, tbo roraoni of .. vaa rtporttd to bane dttd oftarod .. corner.tbt alg&t preceding lbs

...... ar till cttpla.T1l1e111f1t1'Dlttib'. ...arch tMt..ru.troll ........- (i ... imc. *oJUrnooUattipJvtrt f "trlal.. ...., -
? >> tat stud tope[;; 'nit'ftCMJUlIItIUoI toad tape tits boat Ufa ,-I $e 1ik A vldt such ioUovtd/ lbs
H, t blah'= toiboridu tift 'raral iris MIl Battloabart. iflldrid action ot the .... Udaoa was. ,
.stt.B Bammond.Btcftalth spoil tar Conaty fcbMl>Vr* Circuit badge Btaatom Ball *. Bradhia track on tilt aide of tn*bead
,'1.. State CoUtf ,iBtoadoai Idward L.: WU bua.' told tht sat..cMaia, "1 aayoa attloially-ktova sotlal'vstker OHANNE5BtmQ( South Africa-Black chUdrta(to Rnctenbarc., vitb,a anuil pistol and, thin,
!r....., veto fatally slot vbo bad ooutt tor atrtralv Id going to give the M1 odiKator and sorority UDder tae toadtran of yaroid Cbltf Cdvard Molotltfi according to tilt record, va*
taring a confrootaUoa '*"- ..ka a paaacoa (or dttncatt* tO yin, boeaoat ycm did sottrpdsgNelptts warns baa bees namtd to tht art destined to bosoms tilt rlcbtat .Atricana to aU of South bludgtontd vltb a Iaoa.JUdtbia
feu 30 atadeata tad th* top position to Ibt Child
mart IM wltck aroao wllb tat & la tbt Africa. jaCk. A witness to tbt
state trooper. The cotrusloaresitted afptraac of any of CMOOcontuloa Itt8I1 "ferric DtvUloa of lilt Bold This trio ova* 'toad talks water for Irrlgatloa.Emptaal rot .r1, pining to hi* car,
from racial conflict proBptera.OM 1arucUa1e pleas tor apptalvtrt Ntv City JackMorlUt, apoaltlot rich Ruatenbvrc arming,bait wW b. placed OBicbotl took tb* llctn number of tbtvthiclt I
over tht refusal ot a local of tat two board c.. aaaotaxtd by UvrtactArrlmtoa to bt bon U Chad ot the countrytorgtM '* *. There art alma used by tbt accUt4Jacktrl.
vbtrt same
bowling alley proprietor to adBttlUgrOta. Nd.tTad Back, If..J,4, horsy for ale of tile CbUdStnlCN DlrUioa. platinum depoalto hart 1.000 chUdrta to t4 schools at ,

: UI&I lbs reccaalDdatioa was condtnatd .a I. Judge Ban Mrs. Bradbaa, vbovublfblyroeomatndtd ,btu ..U It4. Ruattntwrg to tbt aomellt. Ladtoa did not convincingly
Dr. Itaac proposed at a recent tbat tbtaaa tor tilt pent vW'tars Tot Jubilant African were .I idtntiry Jonnaon
.too nrW' Bolnoa BraAteck., romladtd the attoraty about II mUta away from Jo )
assembly that legal Utica bo I ILi other naa' vbo voted Wo, voald sot bt aUc&iU tor vkdir tier *\ij>>nrUloa t banattbarg. The tribal child told of their future Taint itt Monty vu labia from Ud
tike aDd that fond b* rateod booi 3f U Clad.Tbt mttUng Wins lbs eiders aon'a pocket and from a Bate
'tU d attoaboa to a "'aoral u apptal roa, aDder the chit, cu nov
fro prottcttloa, from th* Jk4pa( ar 11,03,54. Bo oar Dabatr cut abocUd lbs titabllia their titans and rtprttantatlvt of a mining to tile ctor*. Aa await to
students.!.faculty and from tb* pfUd rottrial of lbs mitts mites ... la Odd,aloncvttb todtpondtetly of gortrnmtataobtldy. eompaty. Tb MV mint', murder, << chirp against tnt dtftadante .
alumaL. lit vu loudly *ppte d* totbtcoarta. too nut aril rli&U vorktra, optratloa will btgto near the was paattd to tn*

ed. Mack of thidtseaulaaciatii" JA103BARRB be vaa kUM. tilt body vaa. According to ChUf UoloUtgi, ond ot tbt year tnactlv* docket.
oth0ce .
Thl Bfpareat Btocarriag od around tbo 'rbi' aadwbwtT liter oaad away from bte boas the fad mint vaa opened tol
has ben strongly crtti- .. of tbt pUytaf ot tai Jam**' T. "Td 1lan1aJr.... la a afeaOov fravt. A ptralat n. Tat tribe for the last Services Workers UterRit.oRil
sued by ON UUCP. AttorneyMattbew tine "DttoN. B was ttaaUyoKkWd via prtaidtat ot tbt Afrfcaa oat atarca otlovtd for tbt :tl baa rtctlrtd about
years
J. Perry of Columbia that tbo aoo| nut sot An trt:ti |ffift
'TU roprottat th* ,rlef. U std at ralUoi, atblotletvtata. aloe 1,M, baa ben aaatdtitcatlvt law official to come .MO,000!b 1MO av a mining year riM were Proxy Is NAACP liiqvet Speaker
'stricke la ttturtlltlgatloa.
ptrtata of ale
dlrtctor
at otatr acfcoolacttittiM. class to a*otioa.
or .. IIouPt t"'lie tribe(or$280,000
According to At Tat band baa par Native Catbolle CoDftrtaet. Two emu vbltt men bat Tbt Wtttf *aid tht atv eatusilln Tn* JackaonvUl branch of tbt. KAACP vlll sponsor Its fifth
toney Firry a tott vlll.filed oJuloa to pity tbt wot u for touriaelal Jaatkt taCM boa. eonrkttd and atnttacod bring the tribe 40.000 annual banqutt to the New Shtratoa Hotel on November 21, at
to the Federal Court before the or U car to Wt. Billy Roy PUU. wbo \
a ttarck. U caocartf. Dtrcon. 11 per cut of Its tax. l.Mpm.
old November. U lacVteoUl pioet ot seals was tbt atatt'a din 1-U:su, The Booty, tea of thoI&IaDda.wW Mr. avid Sullivan, prttidtntof the malntenaact and
'"Dr. Vases erged rtta&latatvUhto la procraaa lICIt cootidtrod U taurtd a pUa of pUty to go Into a trot fund. Tb the Strvkt .Worker International wnttoa ot building and toautution -
the framework ot thelaV. *
Bo further emphaaUed* pep owttlgiprtati"d. FAMU GniliittC.esu acrd r pod tram and vaa ftrta A chief, naturally baa big plan*. Ublon, with otOct toVashlngtoa *, employees to relatedfields
thai the public sbotld bow the 4 Wblbaa tar a 11ft toot-c.. Bt plan flrt to: Establish I D.C., will bt tile to prlnte Industry and ;
bo win Byrd vaa Idntintd u a ma* fflfittralty to lbs Tahvanaptoplt. to services and rtprtstnt .
tau said tbat aped MBS. wED BRADHAM tnt principal speaker.Sullivan public :
nets of tht cts1 la offer to
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aak tts Bind. Tat all acbooU la Dadt Coy: By bas of tile White Kolfbta ot tile B* aald "1 hop toatart a native of Inland, sort thin 10,000,
op ova aad thU tackdo Miami, to Ka his Uaa.vbo deb tbat bt vid* diversity dservlessrun: .ntgotlaUoaa vltb tn* t govtre to prtaidtat of mort than S80, employers of hospital,nursing
Juliet did DtpartatBtupoacontact hat comment Bov- comply *U tat atv rate.Cootb liskiss GraipTALLAHl took put la pkaaiaf tbt. al&btridtr 'veto( tile gamut from work vita mat BOOB." 000 vorktr la Dtctmbtr of homts. tad other htaltktrvlct 4
Dade ath vbtrt law attack oa Dabatr.Dabatr cblldrta to the pI.nIIta1'&D4 B* also plan to build modern lieS bt .va* sleeted rice *.
era, from u ulaatUattvstoora tr abbe atartod, vaa tbt sans ZT, fit-.4Horwy vaa oat of tile victims idtUoUoa homta, to finding village for tb* ptoplt,rillagta pmldtnt pf tnt Af L-C1G aaava

little cam possibility Information of thatthere th* of dUDcattlta bttvwa Negroes Gteoa D. PrttebotL a IKIKradoatt lot vklooa attack la .tbt am.hUdcar toot bome4esttbulbitmgbh1f* with all ot the props tacUitlt, appointed by PrtildtntGtorgt Blackstone RangerLeader
.and vbttta lid Aufoat via of Ibt Horlda AIM Krtra vaiaUoarktlaof ins sudlatticoordiullag Mwag systems, Khoote and Mtany b 0 till Comm1ttee
filing ell cr1a1D&l1lltor1DaUoDwa lbs Coaftdtracy opidcmle < tratty college of Law baa plot of &At1-N.gro vbltt( of Tartou public. and print* on Economic Policy.
)vy trial.Dtftaf 'lie. roctatly oaplor idle Trials of tbt mea.were beard *tamer MvdlriciaaviUcou&Ml ) Tb cbiiit atoo vUl obtalaQIC Sulllvaa to curtntly serving Gets Big
tho .ie t.du trial topofficials. Itelltihorbood Lnal Stnrlcaaofflct '.. cr.ovd-packd courtroom par oat*aad vorkvttt
#**#*# u Chairman of the Labor
Btvcmta aaapbotagrapbtra la WaAlagtoo.D.C. lode jixrlitimm {Bird.; 'TbOMcoBTkttd chUdrta to prtvtnt tbtirfttdaf Appointee Advisory Commltttt to tile Job In Chicago
lid lajaradMaata PrttcbtU la bad boasted before Into trouble.
pornl&c
testified. Two UnanimousMr Attoraty Offlc of Economic Opportunity.b CHICAGO Tat Bttckston
,)( .- J. Robert MarOa woresgnoes. a LLJt. deltas 1a"MUG 11v otBttnrta wars' beaded don, Mr., Bradnaa prttnttd aaoxtrtmtly mi lit vu bonortd by tile Rugs*' leader, Jeff Fort,hu
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TJUted State District Jade, tad Urea Attain" at .Connie, tbat they voold not rtcttvt ImprtMlrt list of Mational Urban Lags and vu beta employed u a yoath
ordered the finding*sealed until I lhahllgt0S Udmiity, the maximum pmsltiu.Alakaw crtdtatlal Sot hold aauttr' elected a baUd trutte to Wl.Pruldtat coordinator for a South Sid

further order ot the court- dtptt to social rock Lyadoa B. Johntoaappointed organisation, according to Information -
Be contended that tt vu lICIt Ntfrtts ,Wta Offkts and vorktd to taat capacity .. him to the Advisory ftc.lYt4IutFrkia1.

accessary to ny-.1l11e. Barnes Coorgia, CalUornU, Vtrcinia, Committee of tbt nationalbatitute Fort will receive $'.000 per
of tb* aignvaymta Irmaiira Tree Tau, Oklahoma) Kantackyaad of Labor Education.Bo ytar.
la Ctiitttt, Of State D.C. The now bonortd the
u BO Indictment bad been returned. to Vaablnfton, bu boon by Caw 1rm1Um Mm from tnt
anptrvtoor va bars to Atlanta.; Matloud Utvapaptr Guild and Kenwood-Oakland Community
MONTGOMERY- Negroes vas tltctod to local otOet alaaaonpoattiaa Two years ago Mr*. Bradoam, vu Cannot McKalr and Colonel la at .least three Atabaaa coootU on EUcttoa Da,. "
to JacktonrtU fromVirijlato rtvtlv the Pap Ont Avard.
cam another leader of tb
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P.F. Thompson, Blgh Patrol oat vbo bad vbUt oppoatnla wore dtfaaUd,era la.cotmtkavbart and worked tilt tile Pope Pas VI singled SaUna Hasp rtvtaled
group, vu u
Commander consider to saveeorrwct"
; Xtfroo.bart a votiaf majority Florida Droartatot of Public ti out to 1887 and nixed to aim holding u $ ,000--ytar fab.
Patrolaea vr Moat of tbo Ktcrocanooaua Macs County,vatro membersd ; Aailatanct coniuttant fora tnt rank of Knight
a* a { to Papal The teadtra ar* working to a
accused of opening are afteroat
raa loch tile labia of tbttvtyforaod tbat net bart told offlctla Duilnc tbt put year'me hood. Bt bu bees cboata for
yoar. project on a >>-ra1Wora dollar
trooper vu Injured la. the 1 tltctad"to
> biracial Madaaal the. paat. Got vaa
bead., The student wen OB the ....;l Democratic Arty'M la tb. Board of RtTtant. ... oclal work authority baa beta five iptcial assignment\ by program funded by Community
wilt tbt Gao antt! OpportUaltjmnorlilpWs President Johnson, vu u
I Btaeval Society a private
edge of tb* sang and lined. r:,' rural LovadM Cooaty, tht otter to tat coantyacbool board > CtDttr.1Ir. observer .to Vietnam and also Chicago foundation., .
bottle sad rock at tb*pocks'bit .... of tbtpoact.
victorious C*vine aDd two for JuUe
dented firing. Tat state.house JOMON. *. Bradbaa Uinttrnatlonalprtaidtat aura oo a national hospital The dtvtlopment of lotadbtilats
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berg of tht Black Paatbtra.TJC of the Zeta JIb Beta acuflts commission '
was later Invaded Ease Jobaaoa.abom practket'among
dartog Mr*. W. CUeroat aad hue W.
ClOt of It*desslon by protect- abort, la oat of Ont tlocttd JoaUcoaof Sorority.ibis to listed to VWaVbo FREDERICK: E. MILLER ,Th union lit beads bu 379 'BMotbera of the black cornto -
tog. coeds: soy atmbtra taaalaoaaly ray<< vtrt both vttho U. AtexinderHwe.To to America. Tbrooib tb* 'Krtdtrkk E. Mllltr shore. unit to America and to Canada the aim of the project. It
tat ptact. aatlooally-knoTB and aorta* and hu added another to tilt vlll Involve .
bringugyotagpeople I
dated to tbt board of dirtctoraot baa boss appointed 'Eotcutlrt
flftWl AIM Ptesidol., ': qpdIoL1I IMC Group life aororlty. an* baa initiated Bahamu It represent m- into the mainstream ottb
tor' I
tbt Edacatlot fomdtOoo ,,.?', two. "ero caadidattt projtcta to social atrric Ski ,Director of tnt QIC gasohol .
tile lUdoa Tadutrita. btra.Joaaaoa for tbt LovadM Cow 4j L.L Alnuder..CIIaI tJaCksaarUle by tile Rev Leos H. SuiliTaa, community.
tbt Catevay
to of
a member Fort to under Indictment for,
Listed. As. Ollstli U vfct prtaldtot aid Board of Bar tut sad oat for ba'"If ta,wu' Girl. Scout and a mamba of founder of tile rapidly txpand- Florida First of : i iDOW '
TAUJLHASTZX -'DI'. ae.: Faaftloa Director of Eboay tbt county school board wine coofiratd. aa a atabtr of tbtDml the. Baaaa Etoorct Commit log tsd Phlladtlphlalocattdorgaatoatloa. t contempt tree under Congress. to :

putt L. Parry,Jr..prooTnorlda llacaalao aad atcrttarytrtaaartr d oatad by vbUt oppoatota.a afodlcal Ctatar CoaalMloa tN ot tbt Loacnt of VoataTotera. Mllltr baa tx* lot Lang. Krhav, Dad The Office ot Economic$1,000 bond.Opportunity : .'
LAM UaI..u.u4 of tile JokatoaNbUabmf Plkt Cooofj. iS tTornaaiaf Today albt at Ibt Mr*. Bradbambubttato ptrltact to riming aced eluded County vtttran school teacher, I!
cI1rtctor' CoI u1. SU la airadaatt .tbt rtpkr DtaocraUeParty City BaU. A1auder: vaa rtcoaatadod -' service aetivi t.s aad inaanagtat&t. cutoff fund recentovhea '
Dr.Sacral L.a.u.u. oa oa White Bout conftrtaeta became the first Negro to gate Black Prtoct Fort refused: I'
of tadutrial odtteattoi Dtricloaof of TaUadtca and of ticked you m.wc.td. Bt for ..mber_OBtbt aid questions
Loyola CblrtraUy of clk+ao, rtatlar. povtrfal fonitlnloa by Lavrtoct D. Rtddlick, named u
the Ccbool of Tocbaokiy at 1*Darts by Prttldw Lynda Jobnaoa. Karahav defeated Republic
rAHU _tt ben Uatod.tboUM > baa atadltd JoaraalUo, la- roar MtcrotaaltoroBlafaartfalar Mayor Baa Twist lAd rtctlvtd Cra/BTidhaB to aarrted to to a net pod Coordinator of Bogtr OundtrsoB of Homestead,' 4tovtlgatlnf choota commute Fort :.1 t
vu "constructive :
odttlv of "OBUtaamac' tartar dtalfa., sad ubioa DtaoeratavtrttUcted mintaoB* appronl of ,Capri Bradbaa. ''I PoUetea and hocruu of all.tUOlCctnttr Ha,for a Boost Seal., dialogue." by a
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,MEMBER BLACK POWERA ",; THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION

DECLARATION Richard Nixon won the 1961 cliff-hanger of a Presidential
OFINDEPENDENCE. lection without the help ofblack voters. They cast their ballots
OPWHITELEADER- S Lr- overwhelmingly for Hubert Humphrey OM reason that U given

NEGRO P TIONAIJ! ; SHIP AND WHITE for this Is the deep suspicion: that the Nixon camp made deal
L9TERMIMATIOM with segregationist Senator Strom Thurmond.
DIRECTION.. rtNARLaINANKfeN ) That's why many people will be watching Mr. Nixon's early
S appointments..Will be appoint black cttlwns to Ms Cabinet or.
ERIE i. smpsiN..jmciNt.! turn : : O. to other high positions Will such Important posts u secretary,
__ of Health Education and Welfare Secretary of Rousing and

HIM fOOTEN..CIICIUTIIN MANUEl_ 4H/PI Urban Development, and other federal officers who ban vast
power to change ghetto conditions,go to men who are sympatheticto
the goals of black people.
2323 ,MINCIIEF MAI : I think It Is very important for Mr Nixon to publicly commit
.. ';i4 ,.. S t himself to these appointments before a I'rtaAdeDt..leet..1f, t'
pint 354.1712. MliUNfi lOIIESS :xtCOOViER .t announces them in January. Black people, and all Americans
who hate a stake In the programs committing u to the end of .,
}; poverty need early assurances: that their Interests wULvit bAnd
P.,. MX 5S9 JICISIIVIIU[ : fllllM \ .; ignored. '*/

... I don't think they will be. Mr.Nixon is a very shrewd man,
32211 j,' a master politician. Re has to govern this nation for CM next
.. four )'tar',1JI4 be will have to pursue policies that will get Mm

MIAMI WICE 5111 .... 1t."AtE.. re-elected la 1972. r
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South for Ms comldUonand
1 don't know what be feels he owes the
Ms victory, bat I am sure that be knows that the price for
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PIINE 151.3111, ... selling out CM black ghetto 1s too terrible to pay. America cant
1 afford another cycle of violence, counter-violence, and repress
1PTI6NnATES" TY stew sion.Of .
Doe .Year/1 $.12.. 00 Half Year,?' $7.00 i r xIn CoarM, It takes time to for mutate new programs, so perhapsthe
Mailed to You Anpnrhere In the United States, NMIC '. most reassuring thing Presidentelect Nixon could do is to
Subscription payable In Advance Immed-ately announce who Ms Attorney-General win b. Mr.
Nixon made this appointment a major) campaign Issue, stating
to
Send k Order
Cbe. or Money :
that be would appoint someone who would wage a war on crime.
FLORIDA STAR r P.O. BOX 509. Bat I think U is Important that Ms appointee should also be

JACKSONVILLE. FLOUDA 22201TNECOLIEGE11UD1IIT committed to stopping] the crime of Illegal discrimination.
We have laws against discrimination In housing, employment
education.and health services. This law of the land U flouted
IUT THERE ARE NO PAT FORMULAS! repeatedly, and t would hope that a man elected on a pledge to
maintain law and order will appoint Attorney-General who-
early and pJbUcIrledrel to strictly enforce antt-dlscrimlna-

,J. -SP.EAKS I Con The laws.Wallace vote surprised a lot of people.The media blew Mmup
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BY NEGRO PRESS DfTERNATlD'aL I be did not have., lot of voter were angry this year and told the
pollsters they would rote for Wallace. But when the time came to
YOOR
In these days,when the only values seem to be rebellion dissent, ;. WeeklyHOROSCOPE j cast their ballots, sanity prevailed, and the cocky Alabama
protest and even revolution, there Is a crying need for moderation was weak outside the Solid South.
-4n old-fashioned virtue! that appears to have gone out of Out not weak enough. In some states. the Wallace rote, smallu
8t11', It was, was the deciding factor, throwing the state to one
Judging by virulent student protest against the"establishment' :. : GUIDE candidate. or another I hope we are never again In a position
and the white backlashers'. retaliatory protests against the student I' where a candidate backed by the worst elements U our society
protesters have become a nation which must be ruled by one can swing the electoral rotes of big states. Wallace Is looking
emotional extreme or another. toward 1971, Doping to bead a 1&IIJ00000rl&tl.WlCIlmIlIGl.U'.
Seldom does a political moderate get a chance to be beard We: ( ', a danger bat cant be Ignored.
don't want to bear Mm. Whether we lean to the left or Oe right, : 1v PAIIO. The ASTROLOGER And we should give Hubert Humphrey Ms d II. Hero a,
we prefer the men with sharp rhetoric and angry condemnation spirited campaign coming/ from behind to with a pair's breadth
oa their tangoes, for tt U through them that.. get our oncomplaints of tlctor,. He has been a great public servant, one of the
off our chests. WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS strongest civil rights fighters America.. I nope be stays U
And besides, the professional rebtls and denouncers are more : I public life and continues to give the nation the benefit of Ms.
exciting than ordinary folks who have to deal with such uadramalic .. experience and wisdom .
considerationsdevelopment U logic, compromise, technique, aett- FQR '
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alluded the problem of political fanaticism when be noted tuT .<. I' .. BUSlVlSS! |- .1.4YE J-: -TRAVELV; ; .,. -,'. ..,. .5 "AS 'IT 'LOOKS FROM HEM hr

the Mkw till ore>rM Issue la this country was.. being. taken over. r : .
by extremists of both the lea and the right.! - ------. ,

To right wingers, "tow and order means the right to rule The mi elections are overt
over someone else; to left wingers, U 1s the symbol of authority, tt is presumed that U you were tO-years of age or older,act
which mast be resisted at all costs. an American cltlten, you voted> for the l&IIJoW.lta... and local
SCORPIO CAPRICORN
The middle ground gets lost la the taps showdown over ARIES HIM candidate of your choice.
"law and order" betweet left and right IOIN NUCI2tst BORN SEPT. PURR OCT.24tl BORN m.22i B Is also presumed that this choke was made on the basis of
And what Is that middle round? your desire for adequate consideration In every phase of your
B Is the recognition that t society needs both civil order and mil imB 23rl '. OCT. 2M NOTE 22.. < UN. Ut.H's life) that you chose to cut your vote for a certain tandtdite.because

citluns right to challenge authority. This Is Dot u Mtt-cootra- takes a while.. One has to Don't fly of:. There may be Reassess valuta. You would trKky business tt you you honestly believed that candidate the best in the
dlctory u U might seem know or live with a person a moments when you are so edgy* not be the first one to be torn have to give up toonwno'yourpersonal hue. so tar u you are personally concerned.If .
Every healthy community provides both for Us own self-main fairly long time to get to know u to be on the verge of lathing between conHMlng Ideas and freedom in older to you didn't rote this way, you are a bet I, a fake and should be
tenance and orderly change. A society demanding unquestioning Mm or her la and out, Not only out at the first one who rubs,I sentiments. But U seems to be obtain a high position tame, tarred and feathered.
obedience while allowing DO dissent is dictatorial one demanding must there be a similarity of you the wrong way. This U DOt', exclusively berveet each perIOD and all the privileges that supposedly If you voted for an &De1Ul&btl&l\tDcI1da1'.lM are satisfied with
ao loyalty while permitting license Is chaotic tastes and interests, but unity true to your character and and the alter ego u towhat go with sum It may what this candidate has done and has stood for In the past U U
Bu the frustration engendered when little comes of raised of purpose When these areUklng could come as a painful surprise to choose for basic motivations cot be worth U. True happiness happened to have been the presidency, you know the man you
expectations could "cemmealmaei eoo violence, the taU of cultivating to the other members of the, II this somewhat beetle and often Is measured by the quality chose U the best qualified, the best American and the mostunprejudiced
A big obstacle to d" 1s that the people who deeper understanding and the amily who know you for your contused world The Decesttty of one's ideals and II 1eD4IJ.Co public official
talk the most about tt art often the least prepared to execute, Joint development are rendered tact, poise and patience instead. of coming! up ftth a positive amount ol glory can compensate U U happened to have been a governor or state official you
being at the bottom of the ladder educationally ud salesDemtgogwi much more difficult, U at all There are developments of a answer, purely of your own. for their loss,particularly know that your choice has seen to it that a fair percentage of your
economically\ possible. And when U comes to* financial nature soon to take mating, may be made evident when this may be charged to kind are within the state employ, and that a representative
and street orators are effective In whipping crowds the even harder problem of plate which should"help to placate after the start o the lunarphase '' unmitigated personal ambition percentage of state expenditures go to benefit you and yours.
Into a moot of destnKtiveness, but they are typically incapable managing the economy for the, you and solve some of the tt confusion still remains. There may be an opening to tt U happened to be a local official you know that the candidate
of providing business or educational leadership which would help commas good the possibility pressing! problems that has U could become more, review the whole matter and of your choice has been urging that representation in city
the black man gain control over Ms. own destiny Is pract nU'I1OD-tl1leat. shadowed you for quite sometime 1 and difficult, with the passage to reach conclusions based on and county government activity be given indiscriminately.
Here ls where the -showing"'ml make Ms. contribution. By Ms black brethren how to that many Arian will have to income must surpass outgo ID oppoi dally to discover the line human values and what they can you are perfectly satisfied with things as they art.K .
.Improve their e4uc&UOIII1 acid tjuilMii at1llI, he tn help invt fact> before they tan arrange' to .order to get anywhere cannot.) Of thinking and COOdlkt that be worth. to each and everyone you find that you voted for the wrong aa.u. you have DO rightor
community control" a constructive force In black areas. get their lives on u even keel. be altered, suits you best shows the first. of es. cause to grumble over whatever be does in the future But
Otherwise, there may only be a Dew roundel violence resulting signs of emerging. you do hold the privilege of voting against Mm In the next
from dreams defer led andrdud hopes that come to Dotting. election.

Have you ever stopped to take stock of political participationof

TAlUS EEO SUITTUI.S minis Negroes In their local, state and national governments?
Let's take a look at Texas, considered a progressive state for
CAN A HACK SOLDIER EXPEaJUTICE' 1111 mil lOll JUT IOU NJV. IOU UN. Negroes The Negro population of this state repr.sentsagnoal
mutely 11 per cent of the total population,Out of Dearly 300 local
o.
m. JSti
IN THE U. S. ARMY t 2ltfc IIAY 2ft' 22ii
Kl.
23rd IEC. 21st 2611 11th governments there are fewer than 10 officials elected orPOImtd.

(EDITOR NOTE: During weeks NPI win explore Impervious Take the step to the U you call have o*been romance Ton resentments can't be too rarefuL have Pent-built, Say whea. I'.bad enough when. Keep ptobingi, Answers do There are three serving the state legislature.,There
!, the backgrounds of apple ID'o1the circum occasions up may people make .trttwWllourUIIIIaDd not always come the first timeor are none on the governor's staff. The state capitol Is about asUlywhite
previous to'
on the inside
20saxes the killings, and what Mad.of Justice a black soldier of opportunity up pressure so u willing services without aU at once B 1s a matter u Dick Nixon or Geoige Wallace's private offices.
er an that
U may you explode in a now of words !
of the, mind to learn Dallas alone with 19 per cent Negro prytiUtlnn no Negroes
them the training
In the U.S. Army can expect) to change your mind. But U should never be aired. Should granting same privileges "
On July 4, Sp/9 Marion Cook. 191 a white Alabama sotdlerkind ,, may mean marriage and nothing /this' happen, the harm both with you pocketbook how to take a back seat while in city ball or county courthouse positions. Waco HuntsvUle,
/ MaUkoO and San Antonio hive
three men with a knife la aflght outside a bar U Karls-' else even if this has to be present and stare be ,This ls exactly what they ark the subconscious takes over one each. Yes, Fort Worth has
gulls may to do U have t: simply be a gift f om one, who Is Just a shadow
Jibe, Germany. The three men were black soldiers-,Pfc.( brought about In some rather practically irreparable.Something apt they the may
Elijah Wltherspoon SI, of Sumter S.C.j Sp/4 James E. Bowen, mysterious fashion The emphasis relatedtoths home,family- slightest notion that they can heaven or a development of Of the U southern or border states, this Is tops Of thousands
U. Evanston 111; and Pvt. Menrie Moore, U, Chicago. is, on key associations and happily get away with u. 0 Battery specialized and methodical of American cities, we have three Negro mayors. Of M states
pocketbook
provides
Cook was charged by the Army with premeditated murder. of both a domestic and public a change tor the betten;! wont work they may resort to procedures. Only the person we have bad one governor la the last 20 years. We have one
Somehow he got Boston attorney P. Lee Bailey to defend ft'"*.' nature. Once a mistake has The possibility of getting domestic : other methods some of which in question can tell which.Many U.s. Senator bun had one state attorney general. The best
Bailey, who defended the 'Boston Strangter" enjoys been made, U 1s not alftJIpou1b1t relations oft to a better may be trtiky and others highhanded Aquarians who remain earth- percentage representation we' can boast of Is one out Dine on the
reputation ft"1 to television's Perry V'fTHIn to correct it, This* start could be conslderabley Even It Is nice to have Abound most do the best they can Supreme Court Even less than one half of one per cent of the
his defense Sp/S Cook claimed he was defending" twin gives,you. more reason to reflect enhanced Make certain that a friend this 1s too big a price .be taking care of their material custodians In public buildings are Negroes.Tears .
brother, Marlon, who was scared to death bJ the blacks, who and deeply before titles to deeds are tree and to pay for,the privilege. TheSagittulaoi Interests through the exercise the way U Is,
,attached them." you saytb word or commit clear, and that there is no way who feel that other of common sense and 1&h&ra1'prwSeI&et.
Attorney Bailey told the Jury Ms client's plea of selfdefensewas the action that U binding, .* for anyone to make claims parts o' the world should be, Couples who 'hate
Justified. He also commented on the frequent racial conflict eventually. any. '0 investigated should do something trust Tn each other and also Jolla THIS WEE IN NEGRO ,,1STOIYNoY. ,
aired during the trial. "'! regret the .evidence this case forced positive besides. Just' Jn a program of a him that [
'constant reference to distinction of race," be said. f the Lord dreaming about U. lI&ou14aen. them well through
had made.. all colorblind: those boys wouldn't be dead today. [MINI many a difficult period ** 10. 1960: Andrew Hatcher first Negro assigned' White
Captain Thomas Q. Robin, the prosecutor told the Jury tt had VIIK House Press Service Be was appointed by, President John
:a single question to decide: "Was the accused Justified) In killing 11111111 F. Kennedy '
those three men? It Is the position of the government" be said 21st : JiNf 2st IOIN m. CAMCEIIIIN
]
that be was not Sett-defense ls Dot a license slaughter;. : PISCES Nov. 11. 1131: Greatest slave uprising In u.s. hlstory'endedwhen
his simmering. The plot that i3r. SEPT. 22H Jlle2nd leader Nat Turner surrendered
The Jury deliberated more than three hours, before finding in Snuthhfiiytqn insurrection.
Sp/9 Marion Cook "innocent" unpremeditated murde was revealed previously U If s not unusual. Vlrgoans In JILT 22il III FEB. '
There have been numerous racial incidents over the last rapidly unfolding and keeping general have an excellent reputation o Look the other One cannot UtLML 2IU
at way.
few years between black and while soldiers Europe, in Korea, eteryoae and everything In connection with monetary necessarily be blamed these Remain watchful Those who Nov. 11, 1904: Author Shirley Graham wife of the late Dr. W.

In the United Stabs, and in Vietnam. The black soldier always fever pitch. the Love emotions recognitesno are management Perhaps that days for' wanting to stay out of missed their cues last ne+rter. E.B.. DuBols was born In Indianapolis\ Ind.
....11I.I to come out on the short end of the situation. What happened tartars Is at a is the danger also brought trouble. B comes often enough u ir: as trying to put something
to those three black soldiers in Germany,and on the band rampant, creativeness about by the pi esence of Uranus, ls concerned are Nov. 11, 1950. Gwendolyn Brooks was first Negro roman to
all to be of 1U and It seems
'what did not happen Sp/9 Cook,seem clear indications of what. pest alliance In the solar tad house. Too an invitation besides' not likely to repeat the error receive a Pulitzer\ Prize (for poetry). y
break of an
the black soldier can expect rhea be steps out of line. leading to a could act contrary to habit andeveryone's The planetary Indications point this- one. Practically day,. ><-*> ..'
and
What Is the general attitude of white soldiers towardssoldiers black} in some of instances, ID expectations 1JI4'tak. strongly to exceptionally unhappy U not every; day the trap maybe Nov. 13. 1ISI., Dr. Daniel Williams, first surgeon to stitch: a

? Does that attitude affect the service and reUtlonshlrj the others.formation Meanwhile new, ooupatlonalinterectf ones a wild .bun Some would, results for those who do Dot set to catch you at the first human heart (at Provident Hospital Chicago), was .born. 'In
of the UJS. Army in foreign countries? Tr\a111 the Army doing cannot be neglected,, win. of course, but the prospects observe these basic principles unwary moment See to U that: Pennsylvania.Nov. .".
about net relations In Us orientation programs? Bow does the' are 'so uncertain .u to. Romantic interests elsewhere there are no old obligations <
black soldier) feel about service in the mil tgty7 especially that when recognition here: ae indications .11 make U foolhardy to try. .could also underlie family or outstanding and that you refrain arts. Negro IS, 1944 members: Harriet of the Pickens WAVES and Frances Wills became. -*the,

marital splits wide a may be horn ac eptlng new ones under .' **.
" finally inml&g your w$7.Lb. *
;. Give To The UiHid Fud ,,j preceded sudden by showdowns.emotional scenesor any. False whatsoever. Nov. 14.1919. Booker T. Washington, famed educator-founder,

Taskegee Institute, Ala, died.'I' .

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UTIIIAY, MTEMIEI II, 1KI STAR PAPERS P'M' 1

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C.l. Prestoi Renhisces Over Pledges Troth FishltiStwtrt .sl..r Received New FAMU Sororjf reel



r 50 Years With ..11... C....., a FrtM Mi!.. C..'..,


j Tht Florida Star U proud to prtMot thU vignette of t Jaxon, MILAN Italy Catholic Sisters at a convent la Milan, Baly,.

r who, ton U Baldwin Fla., hu completed tbs phenomenal itiitMittMttiiy started something when they stp )fled a little

team of service, 50 years, wltt the,l\inmaa Company, reared 1\ black American girl with knitting yarn to keep her quiet while
caUdrta to adulthood, has unfailingly attended to the varied bar eompaalona' of Italian descent were taking'!....".

asslgnmeaU of church work and-4 yond that-at travelled I This means of controlling the Mrs. Basil Record Haggiaa.

meet extensively. not only la America, but la foreign spheres.THU .. natural exuberance of the child Chleagoaaa. modeling the 1atdeW
ladtvldaai, modestand laid the groundwork for heritbaeqaeat unique garments for a few of
wWI, as guests la mis cars, Dr.
....-amJDr. Is DOM other Martin Lather King Jr., Congressman projectloaasaa Basel's "Friends' ("those of
than C.U Preston, who, later Adam Clayton rrr eminent young fashion deslgatr. you 1 know like aad wear clothes

view, recalled t few of Ole PowelL tbt Duke of Windsor well"), la for French Champagne .
Karleea Berthel la tht and succulent hot lad
now
past SO years and regaled the Mrs. Mary McLeod BeUnme, .
Interviewer with experiences fashion designer who was the CONTINUED ON PAtE M
'Walter White Dr. Benjamin :
DOt only la the human service Mays, Mordecal, Johnson, Moo.signor .... little girl being kept -"... ."

_. The deslga and combine of her Oakland Elementary
t Filton J.Sheenandmany j
r:: .t fluid knits definitely for the
,. 1 others, the Fords and the ,
Edlaoos discriminating, make them let School PillS
/ :) only distinctive and unusual,
..; Mrs. Prestos, known u aPorttrlnCntrge }
CI" t..I but practical.
was oa the .t .v. First KindergirdeiOaklaad
.. 'to f AMiss Flawless la detail, each garment
/ ,
I faatral trait of tbt late J- <<
:
-- .. .. la the eicltlng handmade Elementary School
Franklin Delano RooacTelt from 4 "r
Decibel Collection can be n. will be the scent of Its first
4 Us start at Warm Sprints Ga,
;
j versed to reveal their annual Klndergartea PTA tea
la those Negro womea
years
precision. Sunday November beginning
i }
served la ears ocngded by
,
noteworthy for their wealth at 4pm.Francis.
women travelers oa Pullmans { j of styles; favoring simple yet R. Mills,teacher,will r
Tbt retiree we mentioned
as
,
suave lines with clever treat feature of tte kindergarten .
; many
has traveled widely. He was Inthe '
> meat of till luscious status children la musical and & I Initiated Into the Alp Kappa Ma Rational Boaor Society
win tamed A. Philip l
party la Israel when Prime i1 > ) firs-Sable and Mink;the thinly oral aumbers. Mrs. Alma M. via Kappa Iota Chapter at Florida AAM University recently were
Randolph
Minister Ben Gorton presented scattered Jewels and abstoetof Cash, assistant coordinator of 0-') Gwendolyn Washington, Live Oak; Barbara Falson. Miami
p.dcttI.1uCI.. aid tat like, the kindergarten project of tht aadMeltoalaGrlfflaofOcsJa, -
award for .
latter with
the u
,, 'i \ ,... the knits art avallablentprices Dun County Schools, win be
world service. Thirteen other ,
.l. 1' which art not astrononlcall the principal speaker.All .
,
I Negroes were m t Bit party all 1 .. ". J '..1I The lavish atlllsatloa of art lavlted. Refreshmentswill WAPE
members of the Brotherhood PRESENTS
bit elsewhere. Sleeping Car Porters,beaded : .,.t Jo-4 i crochet: la the collection for be served.This 1s a school-
Dr. A. Joseph Reddlck and by the veaerable Randolph. extra styling Is evidenced la community project, and to admission
Mr. Preston paid a visit to the a crimson high fashion long or donatloa will be
Prestoa was a guest, la Geneva
Stat Offices. Switzerland of the Field Office Geyle L. Gillis Pledges sleeved clinging dress with solicited. J. Henry Morris. Is
crocheted collar and wide .
principal.PALMER'S
,
Tbt retiree first experience
of the International. Labor Or*
" la railroad service was la the pulsation. He traveled, with Troth To Mr. Louis Kendall swing cape of same woolen knit.
She teams leather with aa
\ old wooden cars of tears agoMr. others la Haiti, and la AfroAslaa .
L. GUlls. of Mrs. Mary T. Gllllsof ,elegant fwo.plec.1I'I11111C suit,
Preston, who attended both In II. Prestos has Miss Gaylt daughter "SKIN SUCCESS"
Cdward Waters Collect and traveled, close la the West Jacksonville, and of Mr. Kelly GUlls of Cocoa, was married olive green la color. The chic
FAMVat Tallabissee, left Indies and II Jerusalem! saw to Beamoa Louis Kendall, son of Mr and Mrs. Beamon sheath dress Is pleated front OINTMENT

Camp Standing Fla., when the historic precincts relating William Kendall, at 7.-00 p... Saturday, October 19, lathe with a long-ribbed collared an an run turn sum- nw MnTtm
be saw a stint la A.rm71t"k., to the Savior. Second Baptist Cbarch. Rev. J.C. Same officiated, blouse. 'WRITIM M*ICama"mss.me -
TM s w'.tesveen ""*'- MS
A festive
and food W first traveling Mr. Presto, who enjoys the The bride, given la marriage cousin of the bride were Junior and beguiling green M t in nut mi MU seat via,
malachite cocktail dress with
experience on a car which tort cultures of other countries by her uncle Thomas Gillis, ushers. Thomas Green Jr., Peat her tettur emor ,
the number 1507 otter service plans a tt IP with Mr. and Mrs. wen a floor tenth gown of silk cousla of the bride, was ring- bareback Jacket spilnkled baa a sparsely forest green with ;:-:..'OOOa.AfMM 7/w4 rwmi InKiHM en I Il.q thd

oa troop trains. This was a typed James Lewis>to South America organta over tattetajeaturlnga bearer. = MeIr1. Ilk C a O'siq :
baby pear Is. OM"1"! en MI a1il
totrlit-sleepcr and was andmay accompany: other AME Princess silhouette with a The reception was held la the try
bon u IX and 1. Porters dignitaries to oa a PactOe Jaunt. circular Chapel train. Her basement of the curch after A stately and seductive evening 1Amcctwl.ennui: ..i outfit U a ban-bosomd long .... '.... ".... .. kM UW hi frwfcoxn
wen all Kefroes Keliglous-wlse Mr Preston three-tier veil of Illusion was the ceremony. The couple then' 0...'a .......N sty d MMr4 .1151?, "OPIMSII al-e 1e PM.I .
Orer the years Mr. Preston is a member of Grant Memorial secured to a crows of lace, len for a short wedding trip skirt of yards uposyardsddstlgold ., ,rl.e441ts

hu been la every state la the AMY Church, pastored by Dr. pearls, and crystals. She to South Florida. striped beige gold boaclt aad silver knit blouse with 1- u'c1 m I au CA?Mims MOI'?,"tweotPRICES5.004.003,002,5. rSit .

Union Intoand maor city. A. Joseph Reddick. Then he1s curled carnations with aaorchid. Mr. and Mrs. Kendall u. and a long gold parchment coatKarleea's *nil m MI eT fit
Into & Mexico u U a member of tilt trustee residing la Jacksonville..
collection Ml HUMW rtOTlCTaM
employee and member of Miss Lillian Kendall Intriguing 0Tul
the sister |
|
board and chi r ID n of tint
-
shows for the time la .
was first :: :
: .
firotberbood of s'i0
Sleeping Car Finance Committee. of the bridegroom, was maid of .... _
u.w
t Porters. He has met and talked honor. The attendants were Chicago la the p&JatlallDllwtU. N_. -1uM .L.I ...M o. rK.tt e".ea.Ms"MNo MluelyOC.M 11Mf..w.I.rt eCowetow"
Miss Albania Argrett, Miss WEDDN1BELLS appointed lake-front apartment .:;,.rJ.'S; :; ::. rt/w/n
Cuter of socially prominent educator, )
Atliiti University tickle Bossard, Miss Patricia 4
; Dorsey. Miss Mildred Smith ,1

i stititloas! Plea Future and Junior Mn.attendants Shirley wen Standley.Mist

Angela Green cousla of tilt Since'ee
. ATLANTA The six Institutions comprising the Atlanta
bride and Miss Joyce Smith
Michael T. Burl 4U1 Old tt.
I University Center have engaged the Academy for EdacaUonal Harriet McNair and PadriclaMandet ,
Rd. 19 and Sandra
Development to conduct a comprehensive planning study aimed Augustine ,
were flower girls. HAVERTY'S
Arletha
1IJ7
G
Andrews Rely PRESEASON
at developing tilt Center Into a model consortium la American Mr. Beamoa William Kendall, \ .

higher education. The study will be financed by a $119,000 pant father of the bridegroom, was 11.Cur' .
awardedJv the Ford roundaUoa to the Atlanta University Center best man. Ushers were Adam B. Crier IU1,UL-0 '* 'Theses No PtoceUk*Home.. "
Corporation, the official coordinating agent ,for the consortium Fluker, Robert Motley, Jr., H, SI aad Willie J. Britten, !

of pi trite tuW1I aIII. Robert Taylor, Jabs Thomas 49)9 Campanella Dr., to.

The sttdy expected require to be established among predominantly and Frank Wesley. Jeffrey
approximately eighteen months, Negro 1AaUhaUou. Kendall, brother of the bridegroom Bernard R. Coston 57J4 Drill

proposes to formulate "sp la addition to Sptlmaa College and Charles Yuan,Jr., Ave, tS aDd LW1t It. Jenkins,
propftate sad reasoatblt other Institutions of the Center 007 Brasqvt Dr.. U.Hermia .

rjals" tort" Center over the and the presidents are Atlanta floridi JC's Cross
next fifteen years and to recom- University, Dr. T. Jarrttt, W. Mitchell, 4U9Moncrlef

mead patterns of growth and acting prui tDl.Clark College, Country Team Travels Rd., 19 and Geraldine
development for each Dr. Vivlaa W. Henderson; Interdenomlnatiooal Lewis, ISIS W. Sun Sty U. BICYCLE SALE

tnsltutloa. B will also recommend : Theological The Florida Junior College

methods and areas for Center, Dr Oswald Bronson; at Jacksonville cross country '

closer cooperation among thesis Morehouse College, Dr. Hugh team, holders of the state.
i institutions la the Atlanta M. Gloater; and Morris Brown championship will leave Jacksonville
14 for SEW NOW'
University Center CorporaUoa. College, Qr. John A.Mlddletoa. Thursday Nov.
(Kan.) to compete tot
Proceeding: fl'OII"UI. current the Lawrence national cross country title. PAY LATER Save Now! Select Now FromHaverty'sCompleteShowing
''I crisis la Hegro education" and Americin legion A car caravan of student .
recognising the experiences and supporters led by the FJCcheerleaders
achievements of forty years of Post Meets At will leave the sIN cR
later.laaJWUcnal eocp.ntioTimis Cumberland Campus of the College .
the Center the proposed Home Friday at 1:49 a.m. Thursday NIITI'INIIERSALNEWUSED
study outlines eleven major to escort the team to the air.port. .
criteria which the plan for tilt Jan Port tM of American .
Lesion will meet at the Post .
Mare development of the At the airport the cheer.leaden
Home Friday night at S n.m.Foremost .' "send-ofl"
WIll lead
Center shoald Include. the of
M the arenday will festivities for the championship HBP X35NOTHItiG
these, directed toward be the acceptance of the 1919 team. '

Improving tilt overall level of membership dues. The Post The FJC Stars will compete $1 1 and $1 week will layaway
DOWN own
II higher education la both tilt coal Is one hundred per cent U the National Junior Collere -
k Atlanta University Center and at the Urn of the midwinter Athletic'lIoelatiOl 15.00 PER MONTH

tht Atlanta area, considers. conference December 1 sad Ila (NJCAA) Cross Country Meet FEE ESTIMATES ON'

mail mam degree U cooperative Orlando to be held at Haakell Institute. 8KVA1KS CALL THE choice until !
educational, and service The Post and the Auxiliary. SEWING MACHINE NO. your Christmas
activities and Joint arrange will worship with the Holy TernpU This year the Stars have defeated .
Ii meats with other Institutions Church of Christ at 1 p.m. 89 college and Junior 7M001IFRXC
The church is located at KM to
of the area." college teams while losing HOME TRIAL
Went fifth on November IT.ThU .
only J,
l' The scope of the study will will be the last church
begin with u analysis of"tht visit of the year Wtlltrd

social? pfjin/-, ..:economic and Morris 1s commander. World Famous Quality
dtlDOCf' llJc sltuit"If**-locally.

I regionally, and Da CIIallI ,"- les CoQiottes Bicycles by
and the ? for enroll +
tipt/? r .
I, New relief for ;
Club : pure
mint projections, fiscal probl- Chilly

and lams program, resource changes requirements as these Present Coffee Sip dry, pi"wBrciB ski RollfastFinest

relate to the tfrtthj1"/ IndlvicUally -
Lea Coquettes.
Charity Club VASOWtertTlOaiW JELLY tires your
and collectively the will preset ". fifteenth coffee
akin the richer moisture it needs for
corporation sip Sunday November 14, tt protection from chmpplof from dry Construction I
b addition tile study proposes the YWCA from 4 to 6 pun.Profestor ashy-gray skin To keep your skim
depth investigation for fourteen William D. CanDoa, .ofCyounter kk> Newest Styles!
areas of ..lastltatloaal fir. will be guest soloist. Mrs. dung insist oa gen.
and corporation activities, la- J. H. Arsrett will narrate the "Vseli.e'Petroleum The BICYCLES That
clad lac orgaalsatloaat sshlon show. Jelly.

1'1 structure, aalqae programs Polite Models, llrs.will be Mrs. Martha You pay a little Most Youngsters Like
Frank Armstrong II.ala.
fund raising faculty resources, aDd Mrs. CarUae mere than fer
Watkins
community services coordina- other brands ef Best!
Mrs. Jeaaette Scott Is president
Ucla of activities, and recruit.SMotofstudenU. petroleum jelly...
but your skin is

The study will be directed byDr. CMIril Ladles worth Its

) Alvin C. Enrich, president
,
of the Academy for Educational. Meet November 19 ., Boys and Girl's Models, '
Development, who will be as- .
listed by twenty-tour nationally The CameliaLedlNwWmeet r low "
Tuesday, November It, in the as as
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knows educator
borne of Mrs. Josle Stamps,
most far reaching one la thehistory Road at S
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of tile Center. with Mrs. Loralae Johnson U ;
Speaking for tile presidents, co-hostess.: Business of Importance $488 ,
Dr. Albert E. Many president has been announced. r
of Sptlmaa College and chair- Mrs. A. M. Hartsog is president .'

nan of tile Center's Council '- it

of Presidents, described the 1Y. wiJ:
proposed study aa"a significant Democratic Woaen's :,
step toward the ft11*"""! of \

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Diversity Atlanta Center University" Center League will Democratic meet Monday Women's night ': Perk Free et f.rk cell...!...Dfive In en Ckvnii. '.. 0. ,.ii M....Hint,II. 10 AM to f PM.Set until ItIO Mif j'
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j A. Joseph Reddlck, putor of Grant Memorial A.M.E. ;IJIr ": _
Church announces that he will deliver the message at the 10:45
I 1 a.m. worship period from the theme "A Bold City with Foundations 7 ,
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Choir No. S and Usher Board tendent officers and teachersin
No. 3 will serve throughout the charge.

day.AU members are requested to .V

pay their General Budget Fund Wesfsffle Choir
and receive their membership
cards from the leader of the 1ut
State of their Birth. Brother Union Plans !

w. c. Brown, Sister Elease M. j
Mosley, Sister Agnes W.Brown Gala When Mt. Herman Baptist Chard, BSZl Redpole, opens it door from tho lea Is Mrs. Mary Spence, cti
the and leaders Sister A.of M. McIntosh arc Musical Sunday morning, November 17, the Annual Women's program Perry, second from the right, U acting pastor. Mrs. Willie Is service at 6M p.m. Sunday School, beginning at .:30 *-* +to
Florida Sister will get underway. Fotr of the proment women workers are teachers and leaders. Rev. John H. retry
Sophie Mitchell Sister Elnora The V/estslde also one of the co-chairmen. Mrs. Geneva Perkins will be be staffed by women
Remby and Sister, Artada Floyd Choirs Union Friendly will be presented<< shown above Mrs. Dorothy Kemp left, Is chairman. Second principal speaker la the moraine service. Mrs. G.L. Boyd of will supervise the bdldlnf fond program at I p.m.

are the leaders of Georgia. In a return Triumph of
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'Sister Anna Daniels Anna ,Daniels.Sister Ana;Slater.; Poul- "Signs annual Musical Of The 'Times"Extravaganza, Saturday St. Poet Isatist Will Host And Race Wsynsi Chesel A.M.E. Church

son, Brother E. Clover, Sister evening, November 16, Religion
Truly Isham, and Brother.E. at 7:40 p.m. in the main audi lestist Ministers AM Wives His Elsbersto Who's Who EvoatWayman
/ Wannamaker are the leadefs torium of The Church Of Cod
of South Carolina Brother H.j .,- In Christ Number Four 1328 The Baptist Minsters' Wives Alliance will celebrate twenty-four, CROWING DENT
| mu Crews, Sister Clytle Harp Moncrlef Road. year ofaetlvtty InSt. Paul MUslonary)Baptist Church. Rer. K.ET JOHANNESBURG-QPO-There( ) lit crowlDcd.LueDIllDCIIC Chapel A.M.E. Church was the scene of an ..laboratlWIld.
and Sister Lenora Hooks are Elder W. L. Faust Is pastor, Taylor Is pastor. lire. Eddie Taylor will be hostess Sooth African churchmen against the Nationalist party-nled Who program Sunday evening An Integrated" audience was

the leaders of Alabama; Sister Mrs Mary Helen Frost Bella The program will be Monday, lira. David Johnson will play Government and Us policy racial separation.Recently group -BretenL.
tuclle words of appreciation. The
Brown and Sister Clara my, Mrs. Catherine W. Sykes Mrs. Mildred Mulllns of the
L. Reddiek are the leaders of Joseph P. Long and Mrs. Rose, November 18, at I p m. a piano solo. Mrs W$.Peoples of clergymen, beaded by Bishop Bill Borneo, general secretary, host church and Mrs Doris closing remarks were made by
person born In all other States. Rebecca Lambert Is In charge. An Interesting program has will give a reading Mrs C.G. Sooth African Council of Churches, and Anglican Archbishop R. Grant of Jerusalem Baptist, the pastor The hospitality
Rev S. S. Robinson of Simpson The Choirs Union will hold been arranged. "What a Friend Gordon will sing and Mrs. J. Selby Davies, publicly announced a campaign U proposes to wage Southslde, presided Misses committee displayed a picture.In .
Methodist Church and Rev. the monthly mass revival meetIng We Have la Jesus" will be toe C. Fmney will give a reading. against apartheid, even la face of Prime Minister Baltnatsr J.Vorster's Deborah E. Wright and Donna the dining room Mrs. Rosa
Rudolph McNsslck of Bethel Sunday, November 14th at* opening song. Rev. E.E. Taylor Mrs. W.L. Jones win present threat, "Cut It oat Immediately- cloth Joe catty Johnson were flower ushers Manning was chairman. Others
' 4 Baptist Church will worship In Zs30: p.m. in the main unit of will read the Scriptures. Rev a reading. Mr. DJ. Jones will not protect yoa." The South Side, presided weret Mrs. Frankle! McGee
<,, an after service at ':41, Sunday Royal Tabernacle Baptist J.B. Klncben will deliver the will give a reading also.Mrs. Misses Deborah E. Wright and Mrs:WIWe CooperMra.SUBe
/ .; alone with their congreCations. Church, 1S20 W. list Street Prayer. Mrs.Frances Thnrstoo. B.W. Williams will play an- NEE STAFF MEMBERHARTFORD Donna Johnson were flower ushers. M. Jenkins, Mrs. Mary Pastor,
| Rev Lee McQueen, pastor will brine the welcome address. The theme of the evening Mrs Minnie U Barnes, Mrs.
I The pastor's appreciation Senior Choir No. 1 of Second lndromentalsolo.T program Conn. -(NPQ-Tbe Rev.Milton L. Upton, pastor was "Flower of Faith." Essie B. Harris and Mrs.Doris
r will be held on Monday night at Baptist Church Callahan, Hit S.L. Badger will give the will be known u a-Husbands" of Beecher Memorial United Church of Christ, New Orleans, The youth choir and Usher Nealy Brown.Froternol.
f I.OO. ta the mala auditorium Florida, and the Combined Vsh history of the organisation.Rey. and Wives' Recital. wu elected recently to the national staff of the Board for Borne- Board No I served.Participants .
', of the church under the direction er Boards of Royal TabernacleNo. and Mrs.C.W.Wblttea will ting. Cbireh directions: Co oat and Ministries of the United Church, with his'special Job being were Rev. O.W.

i, of Sisters Zelma Johnson and I will serve with the com Mrs 8.M. Celson.wlll give a Moocrlef to Winston Drive,torn to supervise and develop projects to meet such problems u Smith Mrs. Units Fowler,Mrs. Notes

} Lottie Rose. blood choirs' of The Cedarhurst Azure right, go two and oot-lIa1fblocU white racism, poverty, and alienation of pUG youth.He will takeover Lisa Long, Mrs. Lydia Ralney,
j The Sunday, Church School Holiness Church. Elder Ales- will be the Ministers'Wives to chuck at Rttealt School. his new post DUillll &rJ. Eeephlae Delores Arnold, District Deputy H. Simmons
J will convene at 9:30 with ender and Mrs. Ruby B. Allen Ensemble, a singing The public! Invited. Dlmltrt Merritt, Mrs. Mary of the Muter Masons of DIr.
.|. Brother A. V. Rose, Superin Stewart will be In charge groip. Rev and Mrs. G.H. HISTORIC TEARXASHDtGTDNQtPOThe Nealy, Miss Betty Brown, Rev. val County has listed a number
Hamilton will present t duet. East FloridaAnd Long and Mrs. Slngletary.The of activities carrying through
) year 1961 has been hlstor le one
; JI"'Y- Other will be program was divided Into November
i dub byi Rev.
for the United Methodist Church Coupled with the Methodists
iw BelhJa? Ushers five with the distinguished follows
w, and Mrs. R.L. Jones, Rev. and parts Dates are as with
merger with Ole United Brethera, the denomlatlon has seen the
Mrs. W.C. Rev guests went Councilwoman events: November 16, 7:30
Murray and
: Mrs E.C. Taylor, Rev and Union Plans Meeting elimination of the 29-year-old! all-Negro Central jurisdiction, lall,. M athll,Co D.MeL.ehlen, Master Masons meeting at Masonic .
L assignment of six Black bishops to non-segregated areas, and Mrs. Joanna B. Arnold, Rev Temple, for Instructions,
Mrs. WJE.
i Young Rev. and The East Florida and Bethany aa Increase: U the umber of blacks u superintendents of predominantly Amanda Varice Anderson,Deacon with Brother Earl O. wiUlams
Mrs A.r. Rev and .
Camming, Baptist Association's Usher white districts throughout the denomination. Canton Cherry, Oscar t.Hlllman presiding.
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Mrs. D.B. Barnes, and Rev. Union will hold a mass meetIng Mrs. F. L.Thompson, November 17, t:30: MeetIng -
and Mrs. A. 0S0m.Central at the Greater New Jerusalem RATE MONGERING CHARGE Clarence Grant, Paul Presha, of Master Masons, .* call
a Baptist Church Monday .Mrs. EarthaM.Napoleon,RalphTlsdale. of Deputy Simmons, at the Redeem
NEW TORIC-MPI-Ra.WMuc'J'aJlDtnbu.d1ttdor.) Inter-'
C.M.tSrewardess : night, November II. Rev. J. Baptist Church, 30th and
reU&10111IlWra American Jewish Committee and president Mrs.BUlyCreenMrs.
C. Feimey Is pastor. Usher ,
Beckman to assist
J Mary B. Wood, Miss Jean Worship
1I Board No. 1 will serve, representing Interrellglotts Foundation for Community Organlxatloo. charged O'Brien, Mrs. Annie M. Jones tat Muter W. H. Reed and the.
i Board ,
I II Ih Mt Calvary Church recently that "bate oongtrlnc U being asses to becloud the real Aids Brown Miss Patricia Brether of Harmony Lodge No.
I; The executive board will lint surrounding the city teachers trlke la New Tors. Q Is a Rochell McGee, the Constellatlon II. a cornerstone service,with
I, A AumoL RAo rruraaar call ee snow Celebrates FoundingCentral meet at the home of Mra.Letha false and diabolic exploitation which ...1110 tars the strike Into Social Club and Boy Scout Rev E. Norman, pastor
Blvens Friday night, November aa Issue of black community versus Jewish community," he Troop, No. It. November 17, 7:30 P.BU

011 "At t+suwt Board C.MJC.No.Church'sStewardess I will If B., K.at Hartley W Moocrlef.Is moderator Rev said. lOne real Issue Is ocacatlonal effectiveness. Eugene C, Arnold, Sr'.. rave Washington Lodge No. 316 observes .
Its .
anniversary at tII.8ftlltl.m
1., eelebraie. Its fifth anniversary.Sunday Mrs. M. K. Heard Is presi
Church
Sixth
JOMR SI.ls'F..r.1 Baptist
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November JtW desks Mrs. Eloise Wright Is
sttat and Madison, Rev W. L. WU-
p.m la the church
reporter
: Do' you have questions First aad Davis. Rev E.I1 D. Hams pastor
about the big*: \ Sit TWO MINUTES November 13: Election of
gent crisis our nation has ever McWoodeon Mrs. Clarice Is pastor.Baker will be Card Of Thanks officers' for SU John's LodgeNo.

faced, theracial crisis? program chairman. Mrs.KetueSpates For it, Sons of Solomon No.
I bo yOu have suggestions you'd like will be co-chairman. TIle family of the tale Mr. Sitirdiy IIt1N W IBLFev 166 and C. K. Henry No. 371.
) Samuel M. Sbiap tales this November I.. t30 p. iu
\ l' .to Rake to the BUck .Rev ,M.. K, Borea, presiding tanmxl.tun Mee.emaas .
. and the thltfr elder of the Jacksonville' method of thanking the many war seama.cee.tUiaaa Thanksgiving service tor the
\ ) l D 1p. a but:how to solve.ittf District, wUI be seas mats speaker. friends for the cards Dowers,' ..... Masonic Temple, Shrtners,

Jt D f.o :'lraD t/t(Their. hat other*"! 1r He will be Introduced by food, letters last all ,acts ofkindness ,t'A ( ? ,t1 e ?;.Daughters second degree 1sis.73Irty MteaU. Ladies"
the pastor, Rev. McWoodson.Choir rendered them daring '
ordinary
citizens ask peopleJohn No. t of the church their hour bereavement. And .. of the Golden Circle, kA1&bt.
of star
co.llin..1
lhig.4s 1M sea Ys) .
Lindsay and NO TIME FOR GOD Temples, Crusaders, Juvenile
stokely Caraichaei and' will sing. Others to appear also thank the Reverend AJ.Roddick .Ilk the Old TrMaMvM ataiNaalralakd Royal Arch Maona.East-
hat sort of Include the Mary BUck Trio THotr tw hate no lime lor CotIfIouId ,
answers the of Grant 1141TatanYSS
they come up, pastor Wi il wat Iwml tin tic era Stars, Heroines of Jericho
Mrs. Daisy Wallace Woodrow
with? Make yourself heard and hear it Cars, Mrs. Jennie, Crockett, Memorial AWt Church u4 tII.eetei unttklrr Mlles ihrir ttrruMtannt \ and omtiimtil IN II. and Master Masons. The host

all on NIGHT CALL. the' new Mrs. Norman Walker, w. B. and Baler Funeral-Home Mould tie If He bad no lime Hit k our land irmimtid Hit church will be the Heavy Gordon
wide nation- Simon Timothy Simon, Harold for sympathetic services eitended. lor tires no lime to palm the MM* lir "it tbu tic lia telephone call-in abow.WRHC' Wallace, Rev Sandford smith r 111" no lime lo tntd the' s MM -' tHiiin huh out uf Ihr siren son Streets, Rev Solomon

11:31: ;P.M.T/ U:3DI. and Mrs. E. V, Coker, pre tdeot Signed Mrs. Willie M. Shlpp rate or tic. inhing ehnna wo Hiv-kmnr uf Viiplutr. lhln.1I' bush Waterford pastor. R".Water-
: ; I. All are Isvtted. and fa.u,. time lo sale the' sups and ....'C'tt' i war and oW. lord will be the speUer.

Jill'.' Tlriifi (!_', He doubt thai .m ihutUnf Hate skis k- aust It solid. Iwlat! November 30, ':30, Quarterly ;
frlhjf .
of Master Masons
would euMlU" as.'1 N.Ihtug .. meting
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passes Vimr tad Mvciuut
sasy | awn tout
:Calf Cillict 212-74J.33I1 10 ... ilk C'.... at Masonic Temple at
lino t. C. ElM MONS of the IAI*. .lInMlilll llwllhr 410 Broad Worship Master
:' The VntteA Methodist Church M' Cain dnpiml Cod .uthuiil) are....1"..| awl ..f sine. IMni Ernest Pearce la .
H. charge.Washington
Released in cooperation with the Mr. John Clinton Simmons.. end knalh. Muntrrcd kit brother.IMN hilr iliiiKiiig ttttMkuutl.) lu told
National Council well-known resident of Jacksonville ohm. he wat drhm from the .
of Churches V HviliL irjitl nr1' liahl. \\hilt aimpnak'wat .
National Catholic Office StnrlceMl : died at bit borne U51 xrruor of Cod he Mid: "W Lodge
for
ft&41N.Dd TilevlOls ,, | ) pun.UINMIH uf H"lisum luu else ,*.I!
riorlda Council pf Chtttchesf West Uth Street, on November U firnn than I CM hrwr"l'e. ,.w>lr ,"M 1 nuihi kiih Ihr cwmpUlulthai .

i < ****' i U. f.I I II) lint ale ********-* + ** Ill* Clinton a native of Mon, piufittuit
*1 +. One .f the tMUm K imat in Uu.. irjttl' sow light ti apl|lUuiur ,
Ga. bad lived la Jacksonville the. suMnl monli: ti ow UnU p cxluiiuH il U IH-W. Thrx tie with Washington Lodge Ho. 1M will

I fiit.LY cmrs for more than M year*. Bowu that tit would| lA' lo wee: r ih othrr lo be wtltuWw. iiuit .1) celebrate the twentieth anniversary

a member of the Central 'DrfMil 'nun lie I nrtrr l.Hnr, uf slag ..bud style light loss tI... on Sunday November 17,
Does Coca-Cola CMI Chinch, Rev. ED. Uc- tun %e ...lcr of b>..].uI.It.. MiiUihunuUe l\otd U Cud.Il at Bethlehem Baptist chin
; immcCljfEiUE Woodson pastor The late lUCID 3:27J. il that Sixth and Madison at 740 p.m.A .
uuuUr c luau diwutdihe
have the taste wu on the stewards board and Ju. .hai U .m| wan lo be "tar \\ril of StTiptuic dor Ale program has beta planned.
intirnu
wu formerly chairman of the John H. While Jr.
iiilu the Like (4 tic tan 20.15)) a.wa racer in that' tttuunkwMmr secretary
board Ho wu also o member .e fwd .if our trwleitiU Eugene R. Sawyer Worthy
tired of? g JUIlIUIIIT. of Pallbearers Mo. II. pea wee ) H<\e say U u* nttited all
you never get Society veer fad out. IMN the. Strip tic li,chl that" tlunti fium the ItulvThm. Muter.
Survivors are: Mrs. Rebee/a luit du chart) hallo* that ..... Bibld

f IttlUUfnC Simmons, widow; Daughter iatoltnl kill be can (muse MM of .tint what it nu>e.kill Lcqodigi"l Christian Aid

Is it ? Mercedes Connelly Granddaughter the' pmracv of God sale the Saipc...... thai' aie
always Brest J. Bronswicl
refreshing .
; Thank Cod. it U no) He a In tie. miuiHrr to others we mat bring Society Plans
nift Son-in-law Hanna
( Connelly I ire* this He paid for our nut aiCaltar forth ,
out uf the Ditinc Ti .M re-
Qrand ton-la-law Carl Branswicl
) lo reomuk ui lo liunirif ...... thuigi 10TH NEW A\D Big AnniversaryThe
Do things better '|::IM, tl I:ri Simmons; Rev.Charlie W. S1Iaak: Simmons,COlL1tl elf>' 116). St. Paul dedarrt thai OLD.
go Rod hat called brlmrrt -joio theMlokihip Christian Aid Society No.
Samuel Simmons of Morvea, f Hu Son" I Side S of Day Spring Baptist Church
'" ( Cur. I:9)) West Ushers
; with Cokeafter SAT, HI SINIAY'11:1M I Ga., and Arnold Simmons of sal thai at Hi cooung lor iltoiihrt will observe its anniversary

St. Aagostine, Ha. trotters hall "e cr be with ihe Loot," Monday night at I pun* In the
Coke after ? : TI MM: Miss Mabel Simmons,Mrs.EnGeaeretle ....i"J: "Whnd'on one Hold Revival; Hour dining room of the church. All
Coke MrsFraaeosStokes. members are expected to wear
another with ihctr wdj" I The The
( rrleadly.._.__ .. West__ Side uniforms.
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I Mrs. Da Walter of Ml- I7.IS). n"a.v-u.i. "'..... win nave a revival .
awl, Mrs. Elisabeth' Durke, "Now then we are aoibaitadon hour Sunday at 1:45 U <
n ueaoa"cwS.rrrwa+e.towIwast JvksonvUle, sisters Two for Chrut. a* though Cod did be- the MU Olive AMX. Church.
t w.a, sea So.a"M+,I".e C Io,rear.S..r rc.p tY se:7aw..ww BOB SMITH dices t-graaMa nghters, ..... arcdt >ou bu>> ; ae pra )oar letChri. Rev. C. UcFallea host pastor.. Your. GoodHealth
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nephews, cousins and .'. nead. be >c rcomctlcd lo Mrs. Pauline Brown will be.
a host of other relatives and mistress of ceremonies.-
Cod".(U Cor 3:SO).
Phillip Attack Is
friends.Fueral presided
Cud hat dcMuttratcd Hu IIMC
FASHION STUDIO services will be for IM in Chrut.hy not mpoad Harold Singers

.. Saturday at S pja. at Central by graiefulh' Iruauig Drill, M
CMX Cbarca. The body will lie
Ia JQJ. (\f&a JO a... ntUtho jour M'iortTHINGS Appear At FirstBorn TEETH (Adult)
.2422 'Ail
.. .K. Until t 7i326l' hoar of the funeral Dallu Graham NEW AND OLD Some people erroneously believe

t Funeral Bom LIla charge Uhe" our Lord had tubbed HulaBiltar Nov. 24 that having their teeth

/ Leon Bland, LTD. duoMute on *tic .}aerie, scaled twice a year by dentist
, of the kwatlum .f beaten.he The Harold Singers will give U harmful and that It wears

:. ,.'. -: .. I l.siicinlr wnciiti tie I.d..r: '.....rtII, it, HI ik* rinds laid"THEREFORE.: CVWY SCls Temple.November a program 123 14 at West the at 3:30.Monroe First Bon, on this sway regular the enamel.dental By care neglecting, they
All
:\ WHICH IS INSTRrCTCDABOfT singers are Invited to are allowing debris to accumulate -

lSsl.11 its sicciss it, n ciiMiti fir ri-ilcctiH is year stets THE KINCDOU OF The public Is Invited.appear.Mrs. between the teeth and

HEAVEN U1E A M\\ TH.VT Rosetta Cob Is sponsor. El. gums and are laying the groundwork

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.._"".----. .w..ww r.wr...,M..rw__" BRINGS FORTH OlT OF HIS den Levy Smith will be master cavities.
TRE.VSIRE of ceremonies. Regular dental prophylaxis
THIXCS
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You know it. It's best OLD" (Mail. ":U), A.M.E. also gives your dentist a chance
your I assure yes il it disks ti Fellowship to examine
ij kelp fruih, i cHStrictiutuirfs irslrari A new m had joss dak-mcd in theaosW your entire moetn.

'refreshment 's tuaon. A new caage ..u I Through frequent tT ilrM'"l
buy.i being pradaiBcd.. John the Baptiat 'Meets AI Mt. Moriih you dentist may detect early

siliiif thi pnkUi if, eke Itl listrict ni Flirili. had begun lo o}: Kepent )e. for The regular A.U.E. Fellowship signs of various diseases, the

the kingdom of beaten it M hand will meet Sunday at the SBccesttul treatment of which
and the Lord Jeatu and the incite Mt, Mortth A. IJ. Church 99 requires prompt action
.. bad lakm uf the laae __.. Oak Street, Rev. J. W. Jones, The soft tissues Is yowr'month
i Some homed putor. may give an indication of sack
ben
: ,:. JOHN E. "JACK" MATHEWS turned .... --cagerrf.them of a.". .. V.Webster will be the diseases as cancer vitamin
-'r guest speaker. A. C.Cottrell
I :,. the scribes. the Bible leacbbrt alIke deficiency, leukepUiis, anemia
; .:..:. Is director of the district. and other local
systemic conQONTWUED -
HiftlltMCataCtlaCanwnybll
MlMuntolMa jlcXjonrtye
did
Bottling Cl day. They
,- not welcome any Barry Williams ls local di.
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f"I New. ethel A.M.E. Will Host Mrs. Oretha Dagger Mrs Mt. Moriah Crowned Dr. DoMiH Jacobs Of St. JMHCtiirch


I East Florida Missionary Meet Crowned Mrs. Becomes New Are. Lento

? MI. Moriab A.M.E. CLEVELAND When Rev. Donald C. Jacobs, former pastor
The East Florid Conference Branch Missionary Society wlj of St. James AYE Church, Cleveland, Ohio was named tncatlrt
hold the annual meeting on November 19 at 10 a.m.ln the NewBethel Mrs. Oretha Dagger was director of the Council of Churches of Christ la Greater

A.MX. Church on Tyler Street. Rev. E. Jone.l. pastor. crowned Mrs. Mt Moriah AME Cleveland on October 10, bt became the third Negro In the

Devotions will be led by Ret. Chapel, and Grant Memorial Church Sunday la recognitionof United State to become a general director of a major Metropolitan
Vivian William. Mr. Olivia The serving choirs will come her leadership afiUlty and $0""I- Area Cbuich Council.

I' Harreil will bring the response. from Mt Zion of the South because of her raiting .. Dr. .Jacobs took office on AYE Church, he win hold I"auptfDlDDlrur"
Mrs. Blanch WUUams will '.
give Side and from the AJI.E. ,
amount of for Re,. status la the
the largest money November 1. He replaced
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response Mrs. Lenora
Church of the Master New \ ..
Jones will present the Confer. Bethel's Choir will host. The Women's Day at the church .,. .. B. Bruce Whittemora who resigned North Ohio Annual Conference
ence Branch President,Mrs.A. TPDers will meet Saturday recently. : la March after servingthe of which he Is a member. Be
B. Shehee. morning at 10 s.m. The youth Mrs Dagger will.relfn Council for 12 years. Be U let It be known fttt he expects
The business session win be program will be given at 7 throughout the church year. l now' head of the Council of to function as well as tab u
held from 10:30 to 1Z:30. The P.m. Miss Delphlne Thomas 1s Sunday Is the last sabbath Churches la St. Louis, Mo. active part la the Conference.
standing committees, area director. preceding the Annual Conference -. / The new Executive Directorhas He has the blessings of the Rt.
chairman, the treasurer and the The Conference will be been the successful and Rev. William R. Wilkes bishop
YPD director will read their Royal Tabernacle under the supervision of the dedicated pastor of St. James of the Third Episcopal Astrid

Hughes annual reports will render Mrs music.Rovenls new bishop,Bishop !with IMr. \ AYE Church, Cleveland, Ohio and the beat wishes of the

All members are expected to .. Collins u Missionary for nearly IS years. He was members as well u a boat of

bring canned Juice,fruit or soup Will Honor Church supervisor ... appointed to the church In 1955. friends.
for the sick and the shut-ins. Rev. J.W. Jones, pastor, Is Under his progressive and Rev Jacobs has long militant
Lunch will be served from 12:30to urging all to pay their claims. businesslike administration aaEdaeattona record. He has participated
1:45 for a small donation. And Paslor AnnualsRoyal The regular order services ) Building was nearly every worthwhile March

'The afternoon session will Tabernacle Baptist will prevail Sunday. Sunday ------=-. erected and Is one of the largest la Cleveland. to 194 and INS
begin promptly at 1:45. Mrs. Church will be the scene of the School begins at 9:30 a.m. Tnt and most modern In the AME be served as president of the
Ethel Bannister will conduct observation of the 21st anniversary morning service begins at 11 Connection. At the mi General Cleveland Branch of the
.a slng-a-long. of the congregation and a.m. Tnt closing presenter- COIIfereac.IAPhUa4tlpllla. NAACP, and 1s now aa Executive
Mrs. Myra the D. King will preside of the 18th of the pastor, Rev. tnct sermon will be delivered Rev. Jacobs was one of the Board member Soon after the
sion.during afternoon sew Lee McQueen, Beginning with by Rev. Jones. Choir No. > outstanding candidates for the Emergency Committee of

The theme for the meeting November II and running and Usher Board No. 1 will blihrople la toe AME Church Clergy and Civil Rights was

will be "Missions Matching the through Pastors November and 24. of serve. ..... w ... ,... .. ... -..... .. .... rw-.rr ..r...... and was the endorsed candidate formed Rev. Jacobs serve*
Hoar Through The Com churches will be congregations present each The Allen Christian Endeavor Mrs. Orttha e..N.Bugger, president of Usher Board No. 1, outstanding civic, social and religious of the "Third Episcopal District u co-chalrnua of the group
murdt,." Mrs. A. Beatrice night to bring greetings. League will meet at I p.m. The worker, stated la the center, was crowned "Mrs. Moriah AME Church". The crowlalng was Although Rev Jacobs has alone with Rabbi Arthur 3.Ltly
Williams will conduct the sym evening strive will opea at 1pm resigned U pastor of St.James CONTINUED'
Churches listed are as follows based oa leadership ability exhibited alone with others Mrs Dggger reported the highesttmowd ON PAGE 14
posium. Speakers are Mrs.Vlnle choirs and Usher
Ford : Monday, November lit The of money la the recent Women's Day effort. At Mrs Duggtr's left Is Mrs. OpheliaMlddleton
Mrs Louise Red-
Bethlehem Church Rer. Board No. 1 win serve. The : stands behind Mrs.
Baptist Dugrtrand
dick : outstanding Mt. Mrs. Baste M. Dyt
; Mrs. Gertrude Morse and
Mrs Velma Baimerman. W. L. Williams;Sprtnghlll Baptist chirch 1s located at 99 Oak U placing the crows on the winner'sknead.. At tht right Is Mrs.Wrs. Mary Rl "las.
Mrs Alvesta Bell will Rev. T. R.welr.IEman-) Street
sing
Mi Baptist, Rev L. L. Badger. r THANK
Mrs Ablah B. Shehe will Introduce Eartha M White Auxiliary
Tuesday! November It St. :

the newEptscopallead- Peter's Baptist, Rev. Tolbert NEWSNEW December MeetThe
Jerusalem Baptist, Rev. Joe CHURCH Plans Early
ers, Bishop and Mrs. C. N.
St. Mark Baptist Rev
Croom ,
Collins. Prayer will be said Eartha M. White Auxiliary Persons Interested la tne :
for the sick. Lavant and Evergreen Baptist, will meet Thursday, December work of the auxiliary or In con- YOU
The annual Night la White Rev. H. H. Wright. REDEEM, BAPTIST. Rev E. t Norman pastor Add..ulnit 8, at 4 p.m. la the tflbutlng to this cause are asked ,
Wednesday, November 20: East 30th. The anniversaries of the church and c Ube pastor
service will be Thursday Bight, conference room of the borne. to attend the next meeting. Refreshments
November SI, at 7iW p.m. All West Union Baptist, Rev. Cummlngs will end Sunday at S p.m. The cornerstone laying will climax This auxiliary was organised will bo served. '
t.
choir members, ushers,church ; Abyssinia Baptist Rev. the week of activities. Harmony Lodge No. 1 will be U charge la August at the home of Mrs. Mrs. Brown can be reached at j To my many friends who siav
members and friends art re B. L. Wynn; Second Baptist, Other services for the day begin With the Sunday school at 9:30 Matilda Brown,1111....street.It 3364674. ported me la ay race tor the
Rev. A. B. Reed. with the superintendent and teachers In charge. The morning '
quested to dress la white. has been busy with a major Legislature and wfcomdoubtadly -
Panelists for the occasion Thursday, November HiEaverson worship begins 11 a.m. tedeaconsIa charge of devotional. project, that of helping supply NEWS DEADLINEAll believed la me la spite of
Street Baptist, Rev Choir No. a and Usher Board No. I will servo throughout the day
will be Mrs. C. E. Totton, linen for the patients of the the campaign distortions used
O. Johnson Summervllle Bap with Mrs. Fannie Jackson la charge of music. District No. Swill Florida
Mrs. Helen Hawkins, Mrs. T. ; home. The twelve members of news should be la tat : against me.
V. Randall and Rev. ThomasDesire. list, Rev. G. L. Boyd( )It. meet with Mr. Jolla Quartermaa on (7th Street. Prayer the auxiliary are enthusiasticla Star Office by Tuesday at Ip... : Wig or lost, stand for good
Ararat Baptist, Rev. D.J.Gra meeting will be Tuesday night at 7:30 and will be followed by Bible
should mail It
their It news,
response for the cooperation you 'Old' and will
government, support
ham. study at S p... Deacons of District No. 4 will be la charge.
Others the
appearing on that
program Friday, November Mr Cedar received from the should be mailed Monday so my victorious opponent toward
will be Rev. Mrs. A. Hurst Holy Church, Elder A. EMAKVEL BAPTIST Choir No. I will celebrate Its tnnt,. 'I general public. Approximately It will reach our office by TuesJ that and.
Fannie
Zanders Rev A.,C.Mrs.Chandler, Mrs.Foster U Alexander New Mt. Olive Baptist seventh anniversary on November II at I Po... Rev A* J. Hughes _have 100 been sheets supplied.and pillow cases < ,. I Signed: Ed McDowell
Church Rev. W. L. Clan- and Oa the teachers meet. ,.
B. Oenwrlght, ..r.. .snort will be narrator director. Tuesday
Jones.* Mrs Ludle Morrison ton; Colosalans Baptist Church, Prayer meeting will be held with the pastor and officers la charge
Mrs. Leona Daniels, Mrs.CorMllous Rev Crawford St. Joseph Baptist On Wednesday Choir No. t will rehearse, el S p.m. Oa Thursday
Wallace, Miss Delphlne Church the noonday prayer service will be held at the church. The male
Thomas Mrs. Laura Rose Sunday, November 14: Deland chorus will rehears at 7:30 Saturday evening. The Sunday school
Ushers, will come from*New Baptist Church, Second' Bethel begins at f:30 with Mrs. Mamie n.1dIaIMS Deacon George Smtttfla YOUR DOLLAR
Bethel A.MJ. Church Allen Baptist Church, R... lam.." charge The lassos will be reviewed by aa appointee. Consecration
will take place at lOiM. The moreUg worship begins
at II a.m. with the deacon U charge. Preaching begins at noon. '
West Union Baptist Mea Will The BoT.". meets at 1 p... with Deacon James Phillips U charge IUYS MORE AT
The evening.-worship begins at liM Choir No. S, the Male Chorus;
V.btr"Board" No S will serve. Mrs Maria Carter sad Math 1 E
,Usher In! Aiiuil CeleiritioH McCoy will be la charge of the musts J r YOUR avS lvMi1a%

TABERNACLE BAPTIST All districts will observe their annlversarles -"
With Impressive Ceremonies Jointly la the church auditorium Sunday afternoon at + ; i : FOOD stOlEn
3 ." Sunday school begins at ':SO with Mrs. Nestle Solomon, ouwtnrewwgexNevto'I
West Union Baptist Church, 711 Acorn Street, will observe superintendent, la charge. The lesson will be reviewed by Charles
Men's Day on Sunday, November 17, with u elaborate program Reed At 11 a.m. the morning worship begins Rev W. E. Young, ,
throughout the day. pastor will deliver the message. All adul choirs and the senior
Rev. A. F. Cummlngs Is pastor the meeting. The toPe for male chorus u well u the Usher Board "0. 3, will serve. umiwi.i: i uii.niijj
Cleveland Clinch ls chairman. discussion 1s "'.lGUre.. For The t.mer.1 meeting will be Wednesday at li4S. The youth choirs MiU"11
Deacon Mack Moore,Jr., Renewal" Others participatingwill will rehearse Wednesday 17 at S p.m. Sam Fogie U teacher
Is co-chairman. be A.A. Shouter and.A.
BETHLEHEM 8APT T. Rev W. L. Williams Address
The theme will be "Better L. BrtnUey.U pastor.
Men For Christian Service." the evening worship at 1111 Madison Sunday school begins at ,,10 with the superi Jtendents
The observance will get underway 1:30, James B. Unchenof' DaySpring Eugene Sawyer, and Mrs. Webbert sad Mrs. Sadie Fedd
with the Sunday school. Baptist will be presented U charge The morning service begins at U sum. The deaconeaeet'
Deacon Henry Gotten of the West In an organ recital Others will have a mass meeting at 9 p... la the mala auditorium. : )
Friendship Baptist Church will appearing will be Willie Drown, B.T.v. begins at I P.m. The evening service begins at I p.m.
serve as guests superintendent. W. K. Young A. E. Mace tile Washington Lodge No. 311 will observe Us anniversary at 7:30
The guest reviewer will be Julius Male Chorus and Rev A. F. p.m. U the mala auditorium All Masons and Easier Stars are
Mack of Emanuel Baptist Cummlngs. Invited. The church will observe Its forty-eighth anniversaryon FRYERS u. 29 4
Church. Other guests scheduledto November 11 to 14. Various pastors sad their congregationswill

serve are Jessie WHOM Mt Olive Church appear
Deacon Samuel Reid Deacon _
Keeva McCall, George Owens, Society Plans COLOGSIANS BAPTIST. Rev. R, J. Crawford pastor Sunday
Jensoa Barr Deacon William school begins at ';10 with the superintendent and teachers U
charge The lesson will be reviewed by the superintendent. The
L. Butler, Reuben
Hunter Brooks Jimmy Rev William i Unique Salad Sing morning worship begins at 11 ....., the evening worship at AIMOII sill CIAIE A Y01N6 UNTURKEYS
George pwm. Choir No. I and Choir No. S and Usher Board No 1 will
Smith, James Bryant, The Mt. Olive AJ4.E.Church
serve throughout the day. The pastor will speak Choir No. I
Andrew
Frank Campbell
,
Smith Society will give a Slng.A. will rehearse Tuesday at I Po... Prayer meeting is held Tuesday
Latt-
John Myers,
Boston Long Salad Tea In the Gateway
mar Williams, Capers M. 1809 MngsRoad at 7:30. Oa November SO the church and the pastor will worship 1I.1UIS. 39
Barracks with Bethel Baptist, Southslde. District No 1, and No. Sand
Thompson, George Gogstes November 17 Sunday from to
,
Kea- Usher Board No. I will celebrate anniversaries on November 15.
Howard Guyton Benjamin S pm. Walter Jackson .Is
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early Deacon Isaac Robert, president.Dr. .
Deacon F. L. Williams,'W. K. FRIENDSHIP PRIMITIVE BAPTIST. Sunday school begins at
P. Deacon M5 with superintendent...., Mrs.L.SmlUUcharge. The morning
Harper, W. Surrey
Ford Susie C. Holley service begins si 11:30 with Deacon Winston Ware sad Deacon
W. Patterson, George
Joseph McPherson la charge of devotions. Aa appreciation program IF T SLICED
.
and Eddie Faulk.In
Makes will be held honoring the pastor Rev. H. Robinson, after AA
the morning worship Plea For
Harold Gibbons administrative. the service District No. 1 will meet at 4 p.m. at the church.On N 49
assistant to Mayor Hans Tans- Tuesday the pastor will leave for the national convention of the FAB 99tHI.
ler, Jr. will be the guest speak Ha. Memorial Help church la Fort Lauderdale. Rev. Kentle Is pastor.

er. Rev Baptist William Church Smith will of sing.Others DaySpring Dr. Susie C. Ho11.)'. president MT. BETHEL BAPTIST. Rev. S. Thomas pastor The annual CIADE A FIEjl
will be N.C. of the Woman's Convention homecoming will be celebrated on November 17. Mrs. Juanlta
Dudley,appearing S. G. Wiles, Club Barons .- Auxiliary to the Baptist General Clover Is chairman. Mrs. Rosa Lee abbs Is co-chairman. BAKING HENS LI. 39tSICAI
Convention of Florid is making Sunday school begins at.9:30. Guests teachers and reviewers will
A. F. Cummlngs.
Deacon, Rev Clarence Jackson, Sr., u SOS call to all Florida be present. Rev Boyd of the SummervUl Baptist Church will FIESI CIEEN PILE
Baptists for their full support deliver the morning message. The covenant meeting will be at
Cleveland Clinch and Deacon male for Florida Memorial College .3 pjn. The choir song festival will begin at 6.SO. Free dinners MEEK All MEATFRANKS 2 4.
,Moore Jr. The
Mack u
November S9 for the
chorus of West Union will render dedication Friday of the college at S will be served j 12 iz. '11. 3fMAYONNAISE .

music.At p.m. Donations will be made MT. SALEM BAPTIST. A gospel Jubilee program will be I ,
9 p.m. the B.T.V. will at 11 ..... sealed Saturday night la the interest of District NO.X. Pl'e-I IiANS
meet., Robert Longmlre will Dr. Hooey Is coordinator for. Dorothy Gardner 1s sponsor. Sunday school begins at 9:30 DoE FtITE -. 3'
serve as guest soloist during the college and Is making this Superintendent Jack Green will Mil charge. The lesson will be
plea to all pastors of the Progressive reviewed by the pastor. The morning devotions will be In chargeof
Freddie Davis Singers Baptist Convention, to Deacons Tucker and 1I.a!. Choir No. I and Usher Board No.1 i .
the M and E Convention of will serve. The evening devotions will begin at I P.M. Otherweakly I Iav. GU'W"23t
Return To First Born Florida, and to the Baptist General services will be as usual Mrs. C. Sampson reporter
Convention of Florida, to, W. 0 Rogers pastor, nil West SXnd. i 29 I.S. Ml. 1 IIISIPOTATOES

By Big Request make The pied&leader... asks that those CREATES SVEETTIELD BAPTBT 10 11. 4ft

who cannot attend the dedication. Sunday School begins at 9.30 t-m. Be,. B. McKlnnon and W.O.
The Freddie bavls Singers and the, la person send money orders, Sinclair superintendents, are la charge. Toe morning service

father Snowdens and children will return to-, checks, or contributions, td begins at 11 a.m., the evening service at 5.JO p... Choirs No. ffiTOLE Fli-CilE
Little WS West Florida Memorial College De- 1 and No. land Usher Boards No.1 tad No. I will serve throughout HI. 48 1
First Born at Temple I on Saturday velopement Fund. Ill N. E. the eta,. Vtrs. Nlmmle M. Blocs will be at tilt organ. Willis
Monroe, p.m.
Second, Miami, Fla., IU aI. Both will be delivered by
night, November 16, by re L. Young Is pianist. major sermons SUGAR 39COFFE
quest. Mrs. Gertrude D. B. Barnes the pastor Be,. D.B. IrDu. Prayer meeting Is Tuesday at' 5 .

Appealing with the well known' is offices chairman at 1363 of Harrison publicity,Jack with. 70 p.m. The Bible class is Wednesday at 1 p.... taught by .
singers will be Elder MON tilt pastoc. Choir No. I win rehearse Wednesday at ':45 p.m.
Davis and the Davis Singers; sonville. Choir Mo. 1 rehearse Thursday at 7s4S p.m.The Junior choir MAXWELL LIMIT WITH $3.00 OB MORE FOOD ORDER

Brother. Robert Williams and Pride 01 Maceo rehearsal will be Saturday at 9 p.m the D.B. Barnes Choir '
Gospel Singer Eloise Louise rehearsal will be Sturdy at 1 pja. Baptism! will taU place
Cohen, Mrs. Alice Alice Boston. Plans Regular Mell lithe 11 f clock service ;
and the Bostonettes, the Youth .
Choir of the First BornTemple, Pride of Maceo Temple No. Beg. 58.UMJTIWTTH
.
Mrs. Boole McTlre, and No. III IBPOE of W will meetThursday MI. Olive Ushers Plan Anniversary Drip. ;. Ftrk.. .
1 Choir of the First BoraTemple. November SI, .. .ou. '" 1
J VSMT Board NO. > or tne MU .
p.m. at il Mrs. Lucille Rollins will be : ,
Mrs. Rosetta Cones Is sponsor members ateecbe Olive Primitive Baptist Church the speaker. Miss Gladys Sheffield
.Mrs. Margaret present. Mrs. Battle L Jame. will observe Its annual Harvest will be soloist. Rev. J.; '!IJ oR DE9 : :
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will be master of ceremonies. 4s Daughter Ruler. Mrs.QueenB Tea Sunday after from 4 to I M. Dixon is pastor. Mrs. c;. t ,.
Elder A. Hill is pastor. Williams reporter. P." In the church buemant.t Best ls president '





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alert Salad with white turkey meat In Julienne strip Turkey -' In Argentina corn starch
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on delicatessen rye. Or combine feast day turkey vegetable J.Iti I n d II ft t for extra tender, e
and cranberry sauce all In one for the tasty casserole below. .,sponge-type. cop cakes.
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biscuit Still more cranberries? Good Serve the Cranberry
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TURKEY IN CASSEROLE pan. Place slices cut side down ; Dash salt a +
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cream celery ,
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mile flavored gelatlt t ? Sift com starch, flour baking approval and nutty-tweet Gruyere cheese.AvocadoChicken .
l'/i raps boning water nAkj powder and salt together:; set Caerole
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Heat oven to 450'. In margarine and sugar. Add egg
saucepan bit. tubes < water 3 (1tri''rlel fuse.
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and turkey; heat 1 can (I *4 ounces) pineapple and grated lemon rind. Bur In whole pepperS chicken breast, Process Gruyere
through. Combine New Bis- tidbits, drained dry Ingredients about H at a trashed Cheese shredded led
quick and water. SUr \YI teaspoon lemon JuiceVeal time,mixing until smooth whites after 2-1/4 cups water 1 ripe avocado
with fork to a soft dough. each addition. Beat egg
1 cup Instant nonfat dry 1 tablespoon reconstitutedlemon
grated lemon peel until stiff but not dry. Fold
Gently smooth dough Into a milk dry form juice -
.ban on floured cloth-covered gently into batter. Pour Into 1/4 cup all-purpose flour 1/2 teaspoon salt
,board.Knead I to 10 times.Roll Dissolve gelstln in water. Chffl greased and lightly. floured or 1 tesspoon salt 1 (14-ot. can) artichoke
. Into rectangle. 12 e Inches; until silently thickened. Fold paper lined avtlnch muffincups Dash pepper hearts, welldralnedPaprika .
, spread with cranberry sauce. m remaining Ingredient except filling about H fun. Bake
, Ron up dough beginning at mayonnaise. Chin tmtflset to ITS degree T. (moderate) salt and
In a 4-qusrt saucepan bring water, pepper to a 'boil
wide side;cut Into 1-lnch tjioe serve with mayonnaise. I oven about IS minute or until Add the washed chicken breast Cook about 40 minutes or until
I Pour,soup mixture into I-quart wntnn.I cupcake.test done. Makes 12 tender. In the top of a double boiler, pour 2-1/4 cup water.
cupcakes.ly Sprinkle, nonfat dry milk I flour, salt and pepper over surface of
water Beat with rotary beater Just until blended. Place over
Punches'$ For The Young Set 'boiling water;occasionally' until' mixture has thickened. Add
I shredded cheese: stir until melted.J Remove from .heat Cut avocado
iN In half lengths;peel' and cut lnkl lengthwise slices.:I Cost
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Unw.fithO cooked chicken breasts. Place sliced chicken In a buttered,shallow
r1Ir-eP' dish.t Place drained artichoke heart on top
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j pe bo cheese sauce evenly oter chicken. Arrange avocado
.Miry lUrulii slices on top. Sprinkle with paprika. Bake In a moderate
(350T.) oven, about 26 minute. or until thoroughly heated
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sugar asp Cheese
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rink a wonderfully hearty brack. A wianlag.pUa-rffei all set via paper tad food all ready Northeast when" the settler arrived. Enchanting pickle people are paired by pickle lover with robust
to |o-fntorti Cheese GrlU Casserole tad Smoked Chaps with pineapple CUM Since that time,maple! and cheese-on-rye sandwiches. They're made la minute with
Paolo Courteiyt Plate, Cop tad CooUlntr Institute. sugar cane blended syrups have" singly wrapped slices of American cheese.'


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I I Slice rur dark 1 pt Jar Aunt Jane'spumpernkkel
Utlrken Kin Today moot horoemaker associate brad Kofther Dills,or
Count OB the goodness of Chit Cot maple-blended' syrup with S tingly 1 wrapped allce 1 pt Jar No-Carllc Dills
lato
plat! *. tatrgirla* roll the state of Vermont and hearty ( 4 cherry tomatoes
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Colorful punches add excitement to any chad's birthday or cooked ftartvltaCbickMKltr.njXttU of etch thicket ...ut. Brine the smiling face of. .a countryfresh Process American 4 scalloped radishes
holiday party. Canned punch made with the fruit of the the hordes Kitchen M" chick** edges together to toStlose Vermont girl-the-trad Cheese si lees
Hswallaa Islands, long a favorite with the young set Is available ton complement vid Initially tftIJ' ntrgirlM roll Cecir mark of alMeS. '. rOR EACH SANDWICH Place t cheese slice on I slice of
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peach plala. or mixed with other Ingredients such as those listed itt heir n tlnf.pluiUflctltg N dandy pick peaducer..has! to make 4 tmn<<.... Stand triangle around bee of ......
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art tin perfect: time Add CroutattM stuffing to malted butter and water lot lightly
until Croutettaa are s only and thoroughly moistened. Spread
to Mm slept, eyt-apptaUnf Croutattea Stuffing over one strip ot spareribs; place remaining
desserts, tad today vs hare anal strip over ttumng. TIe together with string or fatten with
maith-watetbtg vlmtr ta at...... Place on rack In foil.lined, thallow baking pan;; baste
oar huciout Cranberry CUfloaPJe. with sauce and cow completely with foil Bake in moderate
oren ISO*.T.) about 1 tours or until very tender. Garnish with
:: endive and Bluffed arem 011Yield. M serving.
and ton of tu0
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cranberries m taw
flavor peeled apples may be added to prepared stuffing.
R Ry their seasonal peak, ready to Amount a Jkjuid may be varied depending on preference
be to a vide variety Jot a
enjoyed fluffy or more mow stuffing
y v 01 lute t1D&11DI ways. The best tKeDon Company
c i" cranberries ccz.mt" to 'market I IEy.

plump, firm tad tall o( borne Frail MiH'ms For Morning
Taey tare a tlgfe laster cat
Bakes Asa pretty ernch to Fruit-Frosted Pineapple Muffins make a marvelous first step
string and decorate the Christ' ., for a summer momlll Thee are traditional corn muffin updated
k with eatr corn muffin mix. Youll lore the' convenience
mae tree. and year family will |Iore the fresh corn and tropical fruit I flavor
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Americas : '
s These aatlfe combination. Try em toon.FrwJlFroMed .
berries also hart plenty of astrUot Pineepple Maffin
rape aDd art especially Makes Mfrfntm-eirrf mufffniM

rich to mala C. Beck la the :Yy ,,gl/""it Printing
tort ales Near Caflaaders set One lies ,kr. Flake I cap lifted confectioners'
to tea oo loaf voyages Corn Muffin Mis sugar
cranberries were bbs alooc 1 mgr 1 UMecpoon pineapple'

to preyed outbreaks ot starry H H rep drain\ d crashed 2 tablespoons drained

Jut u the KacUah sauors ssed .. pineapple crathed pineapple
lines to pretest the dread.disease. ,, }j .;., ., ...oIIIIII.,7Z7 Heat oven to hot (400( *F.). For muffin, empty contents of
sv ,:<: < J ;*$;;1. ;; "'. package Into bowL Add en milk and pineapple. Blend only:
Tat ladlaaa sad early iIIIzJTx'.,t: :; iifY until dry ingredients are thoroughly; moitteneJ. (Batter shouldbe '
rtalnlttf. ratchet tu peak daring tile bollday ataaoa. Fns America settlers seed ores.brrt *' slightly lump)".) Fill greeted mnlium-ilted muffin cups half
Cranberry Chiffon Pit la fait Bak. In preheated even (400'F.) about 1ft minutes or
a dessert
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Over 1X1,000,000 pound art R.n* Mot to market aantafly Ran deletsble. The spiciness ot herb seasones lolling croutons and you perftrredbarbecae 8p.Oft
Filled Bran Is NOTEt, If clHl".In cruthe l pineapple) reterrt 1 table.'PODS
Crepes la scientifically controlled bop rash with dried apricot or apple. larely
ante cu be cJ.lkat.tllaectDttd, U fOIl of the *)Tp for use In fi-ottlng.
With Cranberry Sauce la Uissactasetts, Wisconsin, Baked Staffed Spmrlbs will become a family favorite.
Mew Jersey Wuhl&ftoa aid.
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Tart tasty and betaUfel to

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Pie will have the tually sad
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1 envelope .naort4I'1aUA.
1/4 cap fresh orange juice
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acute Juke. Combine remain
l&t or>oraai ]jibe, craatarrlM .
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belt stlrrlac oecaaloaaUy.atil
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-a< Httie.ent enl..... prrpr'k> conakfcri Uwee' Bart berry Y
with Cranberry Sauce. Bran Aakee InrrraM the nutrition Cook ovar low teat. atlr- / } 'I
of : p.nak.g them a delicate pleatinf flavor. Each riot eoBctaaUr 1 mls a. Cool t
thin, UghUr rolled cake encaeee rich orange flavored cheeeemliture. aUtfeUy CfcUl! wtU nlxtart
The crepee may be = ahead and reheated in a mounds visa dropped from
lightly buttered chafing dish at g time, topped with nan Beat whites stiff
berry aauce. apooa.' ta
traduaUy babel lartmilal&f
Fitted Braa Or*** with CrtaWrry Stece 1/4 C.-hpr. Fold Into craa

2 cup cream style cottage leggtIVi btrry mlztaia. PU. tato pastry
cheeeet bran llake.cruahedte
cup atMlL B,(rlc rata 'about >
package* ()ounce* each) make cup crumb
eoft cream cheeee Metted shortening or aaled oQ boon, or aatll Una. Carattk
lye cup* euiarVt 1 tabteepoon comeUrch with wtipptd end at Mrrl&
cup finely chopped: pecan Dub of aalt tiIU. Yaks Ilid pie.'Breakfasl .
2V| Uatpooo grated orange 1 cup water
rind 2 cup fresh. cranberries,
.lYe,"pJ>!f ?rtxl' !*"<**.reds washed Hills
Y. C'UpilDilk H cup diced orange .

Combine cba..s. X UUetpoon sugar, nuta, and I Uaipoon Tab a eu from the b*.rtjr
orange rind; mil well Set aaide. Bat pancake mil milk and %..-...* and add a park to
.gp until smooth Stir in cereal.IT cook each crepe. brush a who by loppiBf wbi...nUb
6 or 7-inch ekiiiet with I oil. Pour taUe.peont batter into pace or abut IpMt with warm
Brawn Dnt aide; turn and brown eecond eide. HrpMt .-. or cold yrup. It UkM no BON
Spread each crepe with X UbUepooniule checee oiling; roll up. Urn this butUrtm brad and
Keep warm in chafing. dish or shallow pan in slow owe ()OO'F). the resulting-Vtnnoal ToMt ittomtthini
Combine remaining sup r. cornstarch salt and remaining orange pcUl. BiMkf put.
find in aauoepan. Add water bring to a boil. Add bernee; cook cakes us. on a company look
until akin pop. Stir in orange piecea. Serve with crepe what" *rnip to Mist with bash.
Yield: 24 crepte,8 eervingm. or thawad fray atrawtwrryhalvM.
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family will be pleased when you nerve Ham and holiday ataaoa wilt Mocks
Potato Chowder, a tasty idea from the Carnation fBlp. Mate U taonlyfr. .mla. / 4i ?
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1 .cup chopped onion 2 cup dked potatoes tfeiN&Pu eaON
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In flour, salt and pepper. Gradually stir In water. Add boUOa amadadtaotpaaXBaof .
:potatoes. Bring to boll. Reduce heat; simmer 25: minutesor franc MaL Sdr la muA w..nj
until potatoes are tender, stirring.occ"IoDaU1..A44 undiluted .mallow caocoUto,hrftaracotck -
Carnation Evaporated Milk and cheese. Beat to lasted eoflM, vaallla aDd

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Is sleek, slender and wee-wsieted. Long slim tunics, the l '1
slinky fit of the thirties era, coats so close to the body I ; .
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they look like dresses skinny pants and belts, belts, 1
belts all add up to one thing. If the "Now" look Is to be
"Your" look, you'll want a slim, trim figure.
e.t With the accent on the waist many a would-be femme
"cJ'r fatale finds h.r..llin need of a bit of waist whittling b.*
.. fore swathing her midsectlon miles of glittering chains s
.. or plushy suede ditchers. Now Carnation has made It
( easier to ahape-up with Slender, their new diet food that. y a .
has a delicious fresh milk flavor. It's so rich, creamy and b
I)9t;' satisfying that It's hard to believe there are only 225 c.l| _._ .,
't, ales In a glassful. Just empty a packet of Slender Into a r.
glass, add 8 ounces of fresh cold milk and stir briskly. NEW YORK (ED) When h comes to playing the game (admiring the quail grouse or pheasant your-
COIIPIt' for carpet 1UtDtka ca.wai:: apecUIcaUJ for tie botaly ptteroed U4 There are 8 tantalizing flavors to choose from with the reCent husband's brought home from the hunt) most women find H easy. But.when. comes to cooking the game
hid CoJorIlt atyIH 111 MODIfeJa Carpet Mina Wes or Antros 1I11oa, tilt deDIIl1 pubs pUt addition of Chocolate Malt, so you're certain to find that another story.
It bitty ralctut to toil, tad the ttber bu t boUt la ability to retailltl set look trta ottr several of your favorite flavors. And whether you're 4 Actually,the myth that wild game needs complicated cooking i Just that another myth. According
extended periodi of Umt..T1I. Ufh demlty tsar robber back lock the carpet to the floor, cod, a career girl or a busyhomemaker It's easy to keep to L. W."Bill"Johnson a lifetime outdoonman who been collecting! and testing wild game recipe for
bets tt la Hupe, sass* toot totlfat sad reduced dlooer-boar iota ud clatter. AddiocdlBeulon a supply of Slender In briefcase, desk drawer or cupboard over 50 years: you can prepare game meal as simply as time permits. Tangy, tatty Grouse with i OrangeSlices
for for Instance, take just half an noun but you might I prefer becoming 'Immersed In all the exotic
and w&ratk to aa alreadj-ideal kltcbea boasting coontle cabinet aid cornier quick, convenient meals that will help speed you toward details of Psrtridge' in Wine Sauce on squares of puff .
peen aedallioa carpet eontrut-eoraplenenU tilt dark trout cabloeta en hour glass. figure for those smashing new body These dishes are as much fun for the family a*they.It are for the chef since they provide.an urnjjuatly
conscious clothes.SAYg
and lriziU7'ealartea the aljih-ceUlmad, ear -IWed room delicious diversion from the routine round of table (are. )fro Johnson who has hi*own television show on
WSAU-TV In Wanssu Wisconsin found out just how popular wild pm. cooking really is when he conducted
a recipe contest recently that brought in more than 4.000 entries In various categories.
Four hundred of the best of these recipes: are now Included In his new book the Rrmlntion Wild Came
Cookbook r a volume of manh-watering ides that aho contains advice on special ssuces. stufdnts, end
r WINN-DIXIE SELLS.CHOICE relishes, and on dressing and shipping esme.The book is available at sportin goods dealer and can also
be obtained by sending SI.95 to Wild Game Cookbook. Box 206. Fairfield.:Connecticut OMJO.
Once fOIl'". cooked game, you'll see how really taw it Is.Come hunting..a"", .you.too can switch
from those tired family spies to exciting rourmet treats like Venison Strof snoff. Moose Meatloaf.or even
Raccoonburrer AH you need I* a successful rimrod In the family and an urge to culinary. excellence.Here
1 are two sample recipes from the book:

BEEF I IoD QUAIL IN CASSEROLE ,

4 OVAL I TM. MINCED GREEN PrpPER ,
SALT 44 CUP SLICED FRESH (OR CANNED) MUSHROOMS
M CUP SALAD OIL J TM FI OUR
i and Graded the I CARROT. FINELY CHOPPED 2 CUPS STOCK OR 4 DOUtttON CUBE1 v:t -
Inspected by 1 SMALL ONION; MINCED DISSOLVED t 4 2 CUPS BOILING WATER- '-
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of Rub the whole birds lightly with silt. the brown hi oil for in pen ofl and rn Nmrrt. Rrmme to heated re* ,.'
ty United States Department Agriculture srrol. In the Mm ofl.scull csnot. onion green' pepper, end imnhreomt slowly- shout 5 mInutes" Blend hi floor. .
sto then fTtduilljr stir hi bested cock Sees te Me alit sai: pnir this save and wine oter quail. Corer and bike
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I Humble Oil Co.'s Magazine ,Cites Contributions Of Negroes From -'Early Times. I

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American Negroes hm produced airy for serious artists. ,award and received the patronage Near the ton of the century great social and intellectual This spirit of cultural racial. existed. From this period came the atJca Among them are!DM
,realms significantly since la artistic Robert 8. Duncansoa (1(17- of theDvcbesaofdoteerlead Henry O. Tanner ((1(59-19X7),, ferment la which black com Ism was summarised by Negro recognised contemporary superb color 1st and. laadsesptet,
colonial times, 1(72) was one of many black and the Duchess of Sussex. emerged u U outstanding inanities produced downs of 'poet Langston Hughes' "We painters; such as Jacob Lawrence Richard Maybe sculptor
'Current according issue to an article in tot artists who was aided by tbe A prominent artist who did not' artist of international acclaim, literary-art Is tic magaxlnes. Negro artists Intend Charles Alston, Bottle! Richard Bust and. palate
of The Humble support of patrons Duncansoa travel but won considerable according to the magaxlne.Tanner For the first time in American younger... our' Individual dark' Lee-Smith and Romare BeardeD Beraie Casey John Blfjgers,
War fumble, quarterly publication of was commissioned by Nicholas praise as a regional painter received the Legloa of history, a cultural racialism skinned selves without fear or aid sculptor Elisabeth Carroll SockweU sadism GO-
) Oil *R.
f ala|Corn. Longworth and other prominent was Edward llltcbeQ Bannis Honor from the French developed among Negroes and shame" Cattlet. llam.Obdoubtedly.
)IID1.lien cltltens of his native Cincinnati ter lttl-1901) of Provldeu e. government and eventually became through the efforts of Negro The next generation of black Since the end of World WarD more doors teed
descent and women of African to palat portraits and R.I. The nineteenth century absorbed In painting scholar-aesthete Dr. Alain L. dust confronted the lean tilt number of Negro artists to open for Negro artists says
provided many talents landscape* His paintings' still also produced Edmonia Lewis Biblical themes Locke a new appreciation of jeers of the Depression. Bow- has Increased with a considerable Greene, because many of men
and highly valued akllls necessary adorn the Longworth mansion, (ca. 1M2-K90X a well-known The Negro Movement, sometimes Africa and the"ancestral arts" ever the Federal Arts Projects number gaming Interaction bare splendid gifts which,when
to the economic life and ,now the Taft Museum. Negro sculptor who studied lathe called the Negro was generated In the black 1 resnced many of thernand made reputations/These paint 'removed from obscurity, can
feneral octal veil-being of the Dnncanson travelled In Europe United states before traveling .Renalsslllce. came with the literary-a 11 s 11 c community, available better opportuniles ers can be found/In big cities, greatly enrich the cultural life
colonies Among mese.1.IId eransmen toe new nation.were with the help of an abolitionist to Rome 1920x. This was'a period of the article points out than would otherwise hne rural areas and eol1.If'across of the ration. .

cabinet makers, "' ''eu;
coopers pewter gold, aid
:sUversmiths, and workers Inwrought
IrOD.ADtedat1Dc ,.
the advent of photography -
and making op for the ". '-.
lack: of trained artists,, many ? ., .
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sign and noose painters took < '
to painting the portraits of .
eager sitters, the article point "Recently I have to feel

.his out.portraits Joshua Johnston wen-to-do, noted for come .



an early known Maryland The Interesting period.nineteenth Negro famlles painter grail centry Is of the brought of Negro best this that the conditions of our cities have made all people


artists, according to the author
of the article Carroll Greene '
Jr. of tilt Frederkk Douglass second-class citizens !
some respects
Institute In Washington, D.C. Mr&Maryftgram
These artists were a hardy lot, ,
faced with formidable barriersof
cultural provincialism, race
prejudice and the usual

economic uncertainties that (Note: drive along the roads near rivers daily lives. Some fresh air to breathe, some The future of our cities depends on
plague Greene. ..
through artists tile generosity, Bat of with us after all the stuff that floats on the chance for peace and quiet would makeso what we do now.Today.

patrons or abolitionist groups Urban Crisis.A smell the sickening odor. It's much difference.Life Is hard enough It',a job that must rest primarilywith
many of these black artists metropolitan river and it flows by luxury without the extra burdens that city But it's that also
government. a Job
were able to JoU white compatriots
la studying abroad knowledge of buildings as well as slum life brings today. needs the help of business and labor and

'which was considered a neces- city. Her views "So we've got to ease the burdensthe private citizens.,.Inside and outside the

Labor Director which urban' nothing first class about city puts on every man,woman and slum.White and nonwhite alike.Concerted

provide a basis for any of us. child. If we can make our cities free of filth, action-now-can be effective. For the very

LiMbists White work toward a black woman ,, '.. free of the overwhelming problems that cities that are suffering most have at their
comments ) social worker, / .affect everyone, I believe we'd find new command human and economic resources

Workers For Ills tt As a I of people- ( -. ... spirit would in be this less country.suspicious People and unequalled anywhere else in the world.

and You are those resources.That'swhy
NEW YORK Herbert RUL woman I feel fearful and more willing to '
-who we ask to act directly and .
labor director o! tilt National eitlzenshipvery I you
share with each
Association for tbe Advance-' to feel other. vigorously In this crisis. Help is needed to
inert Colored People recent come trouble. Then we'd have an
build and Improve housing, to create
cities have
white American
ly accused atmosphere of pride
unions offlghUng many Job-training centers,to re-evaluate hiring
workers and their citizens, in
and hope a feelingof
against Negro aspirations ; practices to participate in community
-I visit their togetherness programs of health and education.
-la reality the uL-C10 has streets, for we all need
a public position oa civil"rights anyone to I each other.And with Help Is needed to control air and

and aid a la private aa Interview position.appearing Bin rumble of that spirit,we'll all water pollution,find answers to traffic

ta the current Issue of Look the soles of my ; I become ftrst- lass problems. Perhaps you can)Join a project
1la.p&1DI. where work.Or Join civic Orfindotherswhdthlnkasyoudoandstart
on windows citizens, In you group.
every
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"Tbe public position, be.declared
".. one of ostensible cars and why."I I respect.)* r:
.support for sgmlkyti private *"" Is going into ; I ? a group yourself,There are ways you can ..t'1::'

position-.and the more important t *..*. V life In today's I rf; ; helpevens' ingiedividual.'sr"I
one as revealed by court. "* *
challenges and threateaid *nyon .,. LIJt j. AS businessmen;;wf art .
strikes-la that of bitter refill You're a dismayed at the economicf

11IUAet.N when you live consequences should we fall
said that many unionshave
'' become narrow, "Take & z4 to heed this call to action.

restrictive adtbe I'1QtUYI.auoel. things like 6 ,,, Asmenweareappalledatthea
white American
ations
of personal
prospect greater
working class Is predominantly In the city,
Midi stores or just f Y tragedy.What

kith is a employment time of unparalleled ," be place to relax, S about you?

added. "There should be a Job>> problems they Whoever you are,whatever you

for "errOMcWeI, You always end do,you,in your own way,can'help.

there Negroes Is a are labor still orta.p.1W excluded in some long \ .And you can begin today.

because of the white worker's f S For suggestions about

atatv.I.obsession: with race and Job where people ,'t kinds of constructive action

HU1 cited several unions as transportation S' ;5 you,your business, religious,
exceptions but criticised the crowds.And ,, ,, 6 ; 3'social,or civic organization can

.International Ladles' GarmentWorkers all black. f take,send for the free booklet
-geairally eonsldered -
among the most egalitarU "And I iS F "Whose Crisis? ..,Yours.

-or allegedly dolsg everybody is of :
much more for mostly-white t. Institute of Life Insurance
cutters and pressers that for streets after JV F
the aonwhltes who are shipping to do Is pick up 277 Park Avenue

clerks and deliveryaes paper to know S c" New York, N.Y. 10017
Be also accused: the Asbestos
Workers, Steelworkers and On behalf of the Ufe Insurance
Alaminum Workers unions of Companies In America
dragging out civil-rights cases
brought against them raising W !I \ I* .
many procedural legal +,
QlllaUou. 'L ''''.- ,. 1" .,'.,< .VSlIIIIAY. >
Concluded Bill: \ >' ; :. ,. "
"Thirteen years after the ebSi iFd F
merger between the AFL and
CIO. it Is clear that unions are ,y5 d s ; ."aMy',1. t.'.)ofT.. 1dI. .
unwilling or unable to eliminatebroil ,#
I of racial discrimination ,., <. ,, Y.
patterns .
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what We insurance will be like ; .
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.-. at the Fifth .Annual Borne
Office 1IJ4-Year conference of ;
the national. Insurance Asso- 1 1!: 4.
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Although the meetto '' *.- '1, 'l'
phasls was on the challenges warn;: d 1
posed by changing styles of -
living and new ways of doing >.t, .
business the coaterenre also 'ti
deter with present-day problems. :,' p

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Chief Examiner,life and health
division spoke oa how to prepare I '
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Jamaica University Of West In dies' Always Worth WikfciigNASSAU. Insurance Industry Lists Business
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; Hit I, Week-LoRg Riot'Oitbreiks Safety Program I
MIAMI A program designed to pro email business
KINGSTON (NPty-Some 700 students at the University of management with practical, effective guidance to Improve
West Indies 'Jamaica branch in suburban lions challenged, l\ occupational safety and health Is being introduced In Florida
government of Prime Minister Hugh Sherrlll last month over Its 17 the American Insurance, Association. ? __
deportation of Dr. Walter Rodney 6-year-ol Gysneubornlecturer : Called Safety Service for Small agents who men work closely'
In history at the University of West 1Dc11ea.I Business, the program It an with small business manage-
The revolt, which lasted a dismissed for academic Income extension of the efforts of Insurance ment.
, week, caused aa estimated $J.6 petence. Be promised todlscusa companies and their The program provides
minion In damags and the the dismissal move with the agents to provide safety serviceto assistance In preparing timely
death of two persons not students. university's academic board small business. Q has been educational safety materials
B had Its beginning during and deans and report back to successfully carried out .In employer and employee publications
the absence of Dr. Rodney from the prime minister on October tome northern states. house organs and
the country to attend a Conference 21. The American Insurance As* mass media and It develops
of Black Writers In Dr. Sherlock called a meeting soclatlon ups the program "is specific accident prevention
Montreal, Canada of the academic board and deans Intended to assist small business procedures for small business
Dr. Rodney history alumnus that day, at the same time that managements In carrying es.Finally
of the three-campus University Dr. Rodney, planing In via Air out their responsbUity In providing It includes the or
of West Indies (the other two Canada from Montreal,was met adequate safety for their ganisation of Safety Clinics.
are la Trinidad and Barbados) by security police and ordered, employees" These meetings provide an
who received IdA doctorate: in out of the COllDtr)'. He went back The program approaches the opportunity for small business
1965 from London University' to Canada, leaving his wife and t s safety problem from several men to near and consult with
School of AfrlcaaandOrientalStudies .ion la Jamaica. direction*, but In each case it experts In the field of safety
came to the lecture After news of his deportation aims to supply the small business 'The American Insurance Association
post at his alma mater from a had been broadcast, the guild of man with technical says "safety clinics
similar position at the University undergraduates at the university guidance on prevention and provide needed safety assistance -
of Tanzania, Dares Salaam ,. some 700 strong called protection measures to employers whose
last 3amar: ,. meeting and voted unanimously Four basic safety services managerial staffs do not not
From the day be arrived. la to close down the school and are pi aYldtd. Safety bulletins include safety professionals and
Jamaica, be made no secret 'state a protest inarch on Jamaica dealing with general hazard to those who do not have a
of Us advocacy of the Black House-the official problems and for special industries formal ltdustrlal safety pro
Power philosophy, a tact which residence of the prime minister A are Issued at frequent gram."
brought Urn to the Immediate and the prime minister's office. intervals. These are distributedto The first suck Safety Clinic
and residents alike one of the United JC1nc om. Here It Is shown marchingpast ftu...'. Rawson
aad constant attention of News of the students Bahamas To visitors insurance companies and In Florida will be held November -
Jamaica's aecvlty force. intentions reached the prime most popular attractions Nassau the Royal Bahamas Police Square for ceremonies marking the opening of the House of II la Clearwater.
The motets of October 14. minister within three hours sadwben Band, ft has also travelled ,,1de111n the United States and the Assembly. Bahamas News Bureau Photo by R. Class

Sir Philip Sherlock:, university the students kicked off -
chancellor- unaware nail thee that Dr. U-oae, mil from the Seventh Day Adventists Black. PTA leader Points To
Rodney was out of the country university and five miles' from
waa aammoaed by Prime Bouse-.they ran were: Adopt Biafran Refugee Dallas Whites' Bias PROFILES, Written by Journalists or historians might
Minister Sberrffl to a cabinet a police barricade and GEORGE R. METCALF; Published differ with Metcalf about the

meeting, where he was told tear fused. They broke ranks, 'TORONTO CodaNPR)-Frank W. Hale, Jr., president, DALLAS TeL (NPT) The Dallas Parent-Teacher by McCRAW-KlU, New significance! of having one or
that Dr. Rodney was considered eluded the police, regrouped Oakwood College, was present when eight U.S. Black Negro Association wants to merge with its predominantly white York; MI pp. $6.95. the other profiled In the absence -
"a aee.rtty'rl and that and continued their march, but presidents of Seventh-Dty Adventist conferences adopted Tfaeophilos -. counterpart if Black can get representation In governing This book is about the lives of of those blacks who have
step must be taken to dismiss were twice rebuffed. s a Blafraa refugee, and presented $2,000 the group, the president of the Dallas City Council of Colored 11 black people who have made made even greater contribution
him from the faculty. By this time the muck had scholarship the young student can: complete bit education PTA baa disclosed. major contributions to the *.
However. Sir Philip, told the come within two mile from the at Oakwood College. But the regular Dallas City teasing, absurd and completely Vtfttft struggle for freedomand The worth and significance of
1 cabinet: that Dr. Rodney's contract prime minister's office, nil Dr. Hale, who received the ge I, a medical( missionary to Council of PTAs "apparently out of line." equality. There are contained such a book u this, especially
't dip laud be could: only be police resorted to the use of scholarship for the Disuse, Itlgerls for ? years, who for Isn't ready to talk turkey, "B doesn't make sense tohave Important Wihllfhts at this time, Is unquestioned,
COXTQCUED ON FACE 14 was present with the donor to has served( despite what they say," Mr*. two PTAs In a city where from the lives of the late Dr. and greatly appreciated in the
at the biennial council of the &malIC iJTBlafranV. Kathe'rloe CUllam, head of the schools have beea declared Martin Lather King, Jr., Medt black community. But exception
Seventh-Day Adventist CllIIJ'dI. fc Ktttl addresled & u. black organltatlon. charged: Integrated," Mrs. CI111uI aaJ4. r Ever* W.E.D. Dubol. 1* take to the statement. latheforeword
"'.lei II Toroato. embled delegate aad Mr*. Clara Hoffman, president "But evidently they are not Harriet Tubmas, Roy Wllklns., which mds, ... tch
FCIS- Three hundred delegates from &..,. ?* the nUn details of of the Dallas City Council willing to give the Negroes Jackie Roblaioa, ThurfoodMarshall. profile was written chiefly to
f' North America and around the ltunUoa' and awaacrt that of PTAs, said her group U very' status on the board of manage* James Meredith, inspire black America, if white

.u s nnnee Aw ro urr6rr world we la attendance.. are dUll &.& the.B1.|,.. .willing.. to discus a merger,but menu\ We"will tilctas 1 w K1y.ewr tvrav sore MM &v a .eatau a'roue The church council applauded fie: .- .T ""1I .. cannot change our bylawsto there is Die aeed-and:there" iJI4 'I'b1tAt1'TOW\CJt: 'to'appreciate the eaormeu*
tCan IN ALL H/NEAAL$ 1d I the effort of Dr. Sherman Na- say we will have a certain still It the need." The boot Is simply written courage and unyielding determination -
I't number of colored people a* In the form of Journalistic that motivated these
t officer That would be tegregatlon Roscoe Ellis Receives profiles. and not intended to perconaliUe ." .'
be U-depth blograpnU It U tunUan..rwb1leAmerlta
151.4548ie PWONe..6.Ie1 V III."I" ... sett i teMMISC In reverse.
MILLMANAQIN She stressed that her Award At Miami U. Perhaps if It his any fault, Is to be worthwhile.
.... ...w. "YL ."..".-'. group
N. A..n, is fully Integrated, including they are U that area. B seem therefore, while
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-- "4ua Otlt1Y10RSMANKER.MILTON five Black resident of local TALLAHASSEEnaoscoe. We are la aa era of great America need find Inspiration
'
::= PTAs. "Color has nothing to Ellis. U. of Miami ands IK* social change, brought on to too. It Is no longer enough to
IU6ENI HUNCH i..,-., rrOHHl UAJOK UcM4 fIMM.fDk.cd.r do with membership in our graduate of Florida AIM Uni- a Urge extent by the determination "Inspire" blacks: while whites
I S FUNERAL HOME council, and our bylaws sty 'versify, received the Norman of black people in remain Indifferent..
DONNA fHANCn-1 VS.WCHH..* MAS.H.L FRANCA-0_ 'Awe must have representation A. Wtittea Award at the fifth America to be free and equal.
our board of manager from annual Association of College Many historic event and many
WILLIAM I. MANKIM all high school areas." Union ldermtlonl-Regton VI live have gone toward the
I' on't: lose: our Hair" ANDHERMAN The separate PTAs have been Conference: held recently at the make-up of that struggle.
$ MILTON .TOI Nw .N .VaHU a topic of discussion in schools University of Miami Today, more than ever, blackpeupis Ad SalesmanFor
Use OWN I MS MIAMI. PIoORID4 C$47 circles recently since Super This firdannualawardntmd are still engaged in the
intendent Nolan Estes has been for the late Norman.''ChIDk'' struggle. They need, and are Miami Star
YAl'S' SWIRi-CRO> ( stressing the need for active Whlttea who was the seeking in every manner and
'PTA participation in education first director of the UM Student form, some Justification of their Has Replacement
Hair al matters. School board Union, was presented to Ellis history and contribution to
Conditioner,; member Dr. Emmett Conrad for hi* outstanding! contributions America. They are looking for
JOES FRIENDLY MARKET expressed concern about the to the FAMU union and to people to. make their "folk
3 Modes Srpplf OIY $1.50 two group at a recent meet- the principles fostered by these heroes, people whose
lag, and other board member unions throughout the country. accomplishments can make
iced & uii u Are.t them feel black Is beautiful
Lan privately said the separ-' Ellis Is now working on his mas ,
Order Direct. Uoq of the groups is "embar., ter's degree at Yale University. productive worthwhile, creative, and

They seek this more so now,
JXtaem's ltmty CHter because white America has
lrulatft tried so bard to deny them
leatlitT' RESIDENT MANAGERDependable frig important| part of their

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k Ni k h h k h k k k man or couple for responsible Justification but more so to

position to take complete charge of rental show to white Americans who
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right person or couple .Americans. ALFRED HARRELL
professional beautician The profiles were researchedand
1 c compiled, by R. Alfred Harrell who has been
George
knows the answer.. SALARY PLUS LIVING QUARTERS
Metcalf. a white Journalist and serving a* u advertising representative -

I Call Friday or Saturday former New York. state senator.Metcalf for the Miami Star
has a fine political has sereredusociatimrubthe
1 t tsp li Tin lilt liki Ti lift YH. Morning record for promoting. human publication.The .
former ad salesmen 1s not
rights legislature. The thing
Ipso Every liy-lilf lay 81 Seday PL 40643Mr. that prompted him to work on authorised to accept
,Is peroxide needed to this collection of profile was advertising, cash, checks or
MillerCIAIIIE'S his sensitivity about th.. any form of monies for the
color unwanted gray hair? existence of that vacuum: of Ignorance Miami Florida Star.
SLUSH MACHINE and denial regarding Mr*. Lottie lilies has replaced -
black history. He was determined Mr. Ranch as

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NEW .YORK -(NPO .Peter Farb, curator American mdlan ly AMitttu Ii. Hp'i Three Martin Latter King, Jr. Fellowships la Medicine totaling
Cultures, Riverside ,' believes the hlppte cafflsa was $8,000 hart been awared to Meharry Medical College students
borrowed from tilt Banjo Indians. b ate boot, "....'. Rae to NEW YORK The addlfloa- Joseph P. Thornton, James O. Lowry and Robert E. Bornette*
Clvlllxation u Shown By the Indira of Horn America from of Cover Smith and RobertW. by the Associated Physicians of Chicago's Coot County Hospital,
Primeval Time to the Coming! of ttemdustrialStato," published Easley tq.tilt staff of the Dr. Ralph J. Cud, dean of the School of Medicine: announced-
by B.P. Dutton A Company bt chime the Navajo Indians' use labor department of tte recently.
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of the hallucinogenic drug peyote let the precedent for hippies' National Association for the Lowry and Burnettt will each'
:Memorial Scholarship Fond laa
current use of nrions nlnd-spUttlng drags. Advancement of Colored People : e receive $1,500 tuition fellowships
at the Atlanta Institution
has beef announced by .. The balance of Thorn ceremony
TWO MORE MAYORS Executive Director R. WUklns. h. ton's >>.000 fellowship on Thursday September

MUFURfLA, Zambia-(NPQ Zambia has produced two more They will work under supervision cover' his living expenses while After 19. the
bock mayors, one aa Incumbent entering kls fourth term, tat of Herbert Hill, director be Is enrolled at Meharry. Morehoust making President presentationto Hugh
other a rird-tlmer. CotDcllIor Festus (not of Dodge City) of lilt Association's: labor pro- 4 Tuition for the academic year
K M. Qoster, Vtugh aid DIe
Chfleste Li lilt newcomer being non Into attics recently In 'tram. will be paid from the fellowships funds .ere. collected la a
JnfuUra. Els compatriot, Co color Josephy Mukuka,was unanimoosly -, Smith was named labor field oa a quarterly basis. 'spontaneous movement Immediately
retimed to office as mayor of Lnanshya for the fourth director for Regions v. VI and TIlt purpose of the scholarship
Dr
following ; King'sassassination
time. Yale embracing tile area from la to Identify and encourage
Maryland to Texas. Easley will disadvantage youngpeoplewUh last April. Contributions
ODDITT NO LONGERWELLINGTON work with Negro contractors high motlvatloaandpotentlal came from Individual

New Zealand-(NPO Intermarriage In Ntw throughout the nation la the'' a. ? : -, ability for medicine, according: volunteers Peace Corps staff members coontrtes' ,
Zealand betweea Maori tribes people black aborigines) and IfAACP-sponsartd drive to organist i 10 the Board of Directors of tte II.99. .
around tilt world rlt8rDtd"o1l1Dtttn
pakeba (Ew peals)has Increased at sock a rate that the govenmelt them la aa effort to Associated Physkians of Cook and staff, membersm
plans to change the definition of tat word "Maori" since enable these Negro businesses *s \ ; ,County Hospital. Preference la this country and friends of'
lilt number of tne Maoris Is dwiadUnc rapidly. Minister of to secure more of bt nation's shown to applicants of lilt high OIl Peace Corps. Mr. Vaughn
Maori Affairs JJL Hanan thinks well of the change saying. ''1 lueratlrt constractloa con school and beginning college said that tile gift represented
think the mixture of the tracts. }, level for
two races Is something that is working ", fellowships lamedicjne only "a small Initial contribution.
very well to the benefit of both peoples.". Smith was chairman of tilt 't-' with prime consider ." Contributions art still
NAACP Alabama State Conference -: ,: e alien give those who want to
!) I. arriving la Pace Corps bead-
ANOTHER INTERMARRIAGE' Labro and Industry become physicians and to those la
quarters Washington from
LONGOIf (NPQ Miss Elisabeth Vambe, daughter of Committee and previously. I / f from the Chicago Metropolitan remote ami of tbe world where'
Lawrence Vambe, former editor African Dally Hews, tad labor chairman for the Birmingham 'n, I ? area. Peace Corps representatives
currently public relations consultant la the British Branch. He served la !&! :"" Although prime considerationhas
capital .
a Dumber of la Local ,Ut __ >* A\\ art working.la
positions .
been
recently became the wife of the heir to a British peerage, : M given most from DIe letter
sad u lint to become Britain's first black JINf....She wedded 1405 of tilt UhltedSteelworkefs Tiny quarts crystals that vibrate JO minion times a second art prepared for plating by Chicago area, candidates from check a Mr. accompanying: the.
wrote Pre.sided
David Stephen Pollock heir to Ylscoaot Ransworth at a civil Union, from collective technician Annie Myles at Bulova Electronics plant la Woodslde, N.Y. Quarts device is used otter areas, upon majority vote Vaughn"1
ceremony. Both art students at Sussex University. b a r g a I a 1 a g representative la hi6L-fregteuy radio systems, electronic timers aDd otter space-age Instrumentation.Bulova recommendation, have been pleased Qoster aDd of am the very
grlevaact committeemen, cocbalrmaa makes crystals that vibrate up to 150 million times per second. NPI Photo 'presented to the association la which the proud Puce Corps spirit has
TIME' OUT TO WED Ctrfl Rights Com- tor endorsement.

LAGOS (NPI) Major Gee Yakut Goru,14-year.old hIt ",.and members of the Black Panthers Growth Seen New Orleans Masonic The applicant must present of responded this memorial to the establishment fund. TIlt

current ruler of the KIgeriaa Federation, may be treading the and, Legislative Education, bona fide evidence of enrollment letters from volunteers la lilt

aisle to DIe altar lOaD,t Iac as avlfe, Miss Victoria H, ZakarL : Resolutions Committees Since Decline Of SNCC Power Confab Considers lauaccrt41te4lD1t1h1UoD: field have bits especially
fool, finally, treasurer of whether at the '
a nase-mldeife. Mo date for the wtddinf.. beet announced/ the preparatory collegiate heartening. Their expressions
of local. Bt win be working out OAKLAND Calif. (NPQ The Black Panthers appear) to Integrated HomesNEW or professional school of gratitude for having this
THREE FOR ONE Birmingham. be taklM over where SNCC left off. level. small opportunity participate
MPACBA. Ec tb-Wed Africa (NH) Toe South African Easley has boa working on 'White SNCC Is on the decline Tte failure comes, to some ORLEANS (NPI) .Joseph Peter Thornton, SOB of la a tribute to Dr. King have
ornament believes la the Blblkal admonition ".. eye for aa DIe calf part-time for tilt putyear U a militant organisation, the extent, from sue organisation's According. to aa announcement Mrs. Baste Thornton, 913$1. bin a source of Inspiration
eye" ao much that sea triple. b reprisal for aa attack oa a oa the Association's program Black Panthers art picking up' association with the nonvloleoct by Ttrlor.lCnOrIlus, St. Lawrence, is a sophomore to an of aa.
militaryna1 In the Caprlrl strip la which 10 soldiers were slain to organist Negro contractors strength from coast to coast. in Us name It Is perhaps significant director ptfcUcrtlatloas.ttOted medical student from chi ago. "We of the Peace Corps art
reticles destroyed U black Afrleau..re; and was compliance SNCC has beta held back by that SNCC has maintained Supreme Council, itrd Thornton received his Bachelor honored to have shared Ms
executed and more than 150 arl tlt.4. Six von summarily officer for till Department of Its long-time association with Its oI4l1am., years after Degree, Ancient and Accepted oT Stlence degree la biology vision for a world la which all
executed for their inability to girt Information about .the attacking. Defense, working out of Indian tte South and Its failure to win being taken over by a militant Scottish Rite of Freemasonry from the University funds men can live In dignity equality
croup, apolis. Eaaley will be working much support In Northern ghettos 'faction that talks appiovlnglyI Prince Ball AmllaUolt.IoutbtrD II IN1. aDd Dr. MamaLuther (
out of the National Cake Robert E. Buraette, a freshman 'Jra
and on the West Coast I violence. Jurisdiction ont of King MorehoustCoUegt '.
PRIVATE UNIVERSITY Founded la MO by the late till top objects oa the agenda* the son of Mrs. HJ.Bumette gave this nation Us

BAGHDAD, Iraq NPO A private unrmHry, to be Hick People Bill.) CiltireProiriMs ,I'Dr Martin Latter King Jr'as of the 12nd annual convocation Maywood, til QL,I.was 12th graduated Avenue! finest talent."
established at a cost of some f II million 1s expected tabs opened a spearhead of tte nonviolent of till group, meeting la Su'Diego. from the University of Illinois With Mr. Vaughn were representatives
by till tall of IM|. TIlt school will be erected oa L Ott.J 'clvu-rlgbte movement, SNCC Chit WU a report oa of: of tilt Pate Corps
of land donated by till government la tat religious Iowa of acres Katz !IN, East And West has largely failed to re-tstab- tilt project) to provide low rent obtalalaghla: degree BachelorScience la biology. from Washington ()(r. Stewart
In aoaClleeatra1Iraq. FRESNO list Itself m Us more militant and rent supplement housing to ,Aabrty. Deputy of Public
Calif. NPO Black people art doing their own James 0. Lowry a Ramptoa
posture aDder the leadership a qualified persons recardlessof Affairs, ud Dr.Marll C&da tD,
thing oa both tilt East aDd West Institute U the sea
coasts graduate
,
by establishing their ova
DrVERftOIfLtSAXA of Stokely Carmlchael, H. Rap racial or fraternal atnilatloa. Training Coordinator AfricaRation
cultural
Institutions. of Mr. and Mrs. William C.
and Phil Already the Masons have ) tad tht southern
Brown Hutchtngs.
male Kate- QPQ-n) preparaUoa tor the eonstracttoa of the In Boston, plans wert welled Interest to Aho-Amiriam. By contrast the Black planned projects) costing |U.t Lowry of 10041 AUt&tWt7Aft- regional office la Atlanta Mr.
Dim the has
government ordered DIe dlrekaloa of for a flO-mlUloa national Also planned Is u art exhibit of thest art non, Covugtoa, Va. la IMS bo Kelson,
till waters of Karat River. Excavations. of Panthers do not have the burden mlWOD, and many Robert director' Mr.
hare Just about beta the temporary taonel laths Roxbury section. to tike place during Negro of being linked to a nonviolent la course of constnctloa la received his undergraduate b' Larty Omo, Deputy Director;
completed. Completion of the project and Miss Etna Lewis, director of Wekk 1M'. decree la chemistry; .
History February tradition don't believe laI various cities and areas. Mr. Al Jobaaoty Arwa-Rtprt-
the start of they
wtthts trod years fcneratloa._, "of'electric pover,1a'et, :ecledtabegla. tilt Etma Lewis School of Fine' Black people all ever,me? I terray.;Nor ls their popularity Also.oa tilt agenda,.was the Jack. Vaugh.director\ ( thePeact SMtallvt;:and Mr. Jot: lUa-,
Arts, Is tht center's principal: country art asked to aid these ''restricted to the South completion of plant for tilt Corps presented Marthouse mars, Public Affairs).
LIONS FOR LIONS orgaalitr. Ike hosted a ) Information is avail: The Panthers talk openly of construction of a home offlet College oakals'wlth a
ADDIII.BAB1- program for some 400 person fable honm Catherine Reed, aide aggressive tactics to building to be located la tilt.DatIOD' check for 110,128 to be applied KELP FIGHT CANCER WITH
)-Ethiopia Airlines was the carrier to tilt Martin Luther .Jr. I
kick King
to off a fund drive for to tte CHECK
developer 1101. cuau
need to transport a iloa cubs gift from Emperor Halle Selasite the center. program accomplish: their goals. el .A A.'tDA
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Program
to the Uons Club of Mallorca, ont of till Balearic .Islands la the The center to focus on the 1UI \ -- ,
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Mediterranean near Satin. : .. .:.... :
of black and
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study history Fresno, Calif. 11708. 'f' :'.t
$J.t MILLION auNT and culture will be located Community officials would appreciate j. ., "f,< :, :. \11 :;
a former Jtwlsh temple, which contributions la : ." ')t
till know
NASSAU (NPO TIlt local continctnt of tile Modern Fret "
win be adapted to Its new we.b form of resource Informationand .. .
and Accepted Masons of the n.
World aa orgtnlratlna operatlnc la <<* !' -'! A
14 teavUyblack-populated! areas la till OA and till Bahamas! Fresno tte black community personal appearances by Jens on "
U paining to build costsless
nand a artists, painters lecturer. one
recently that It will abut la a $U aUlioa grant from 'library e">ni .t g books of .
aa undisclosed source to establish small Iou bank, shopping '. "' '
center bousing subdivision, small hotel and ahlpptnf agency. than nickel a ayou'll
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Hack Studies Museum Center Civil FAMU Proxy Makes: Appointments i 'Night' Ciir Irtais UiderstirifiiBetween '


I Planned For AIT State School, .. .. Whites, And hicks

GREENSBORO, N.C.;-The establishment' of a center for blackntudlei Rights HEW TORK ''
LL F have a small bulling fund which wt won't
at AliT State
University was announced
Wednesday by
bt needing_ for to, years. Maybe we Should pat It Into NEGRO
Dit Lewis C. Dowdy president of the university.. .
; '
,Don]* for tne MB raw yw e
Plans for the center, to be Turner.In RoundupUNDER Tbt speaker la a white man, understanding between Blacks
called aa African-Afro other action, the Board of u average elilsea from New and whites. "What sort of opposition
''
American Caltaral Center Trustees approved the appoint. '
Yr Orleans Lend bt to oa the pboo does your program
were announced by Dr. Dowdy ment of John Zelgler, a native FIRECHICAGO to Dr. Thomas Mathew, who Is encounter from suppliers or
after approval the fall meeting of Charlotte, N.C., U business NPISell' Y to New Tort. Dr Mathef U. customers?"' asks amen from

of the A4T Board ofTrustees. manager of the university, authorised gallon has la Chicago been Fin department by the lead of NEGRO, the National Newton ......, and Dr.Xs hew
Dr. charged .
to
request
Dowdy Economic Growth tad Reconstruction explains part of the plight of
Dr. Dowdy also announced the permission from the State newly-fromed Afro-American Organisation. ListenIng -
Black
being born by answering,
appointment or.Dr. Darwin Advisory Budget Commission to Firefighters League. Fire U la aa lid I..ce that '"As soon u they know' U', a
Turner dean of the Graduate build a new cafeteria at a cost Department officials answered probably numbers well Into the beaded Blacks
company by ,they
School as director of the new of $1.1 million. the accusation by maintaining mW1oaa. back to their
to be housed Zeigler who has been that the department has neither immediately go
center temporarily servingas Bow doM aa average white basic prejudices.) Then Its difficult
la the onlverslty's former acting business manager "forced integration" nor chime la New' Orleans ret to
to get credit and cheaper
Nursery School Building. since the resignation of Harvey "forced segregation. The 'J .t'; talk to a Black leader la New prices."
The Board also luthorlRd Dr. Alexander last month, holds irellghters league, wbl b Tort while millions at "
.
...
: And "Mr. Newton,
Dowdy to study feasibility the BJS. degree form AAT. He claims to have the backing of ; ..... : Americans, Black and white, then asks "What obstacles are.
of using Vanstory Hall, the formerly worked at Florida the city's 194 black firemen, ;!"\ ,.( /--L': listen In? The same way other there to, starting more
oldest AIM University and Jackson accused the Fire Department t, 10. ,n(
Ti
building u a
campus citizens
average get to talk to "'
State of not providing adequate fire.- .J' rpfJ' {.;", programs such u yours?
permanent site for the center.Dr. College.
,.. ;n '. fitokely Carmichael or New Aid Dr. Mathtw answers
,
:
b black fV
equipment ij
Turner said new center The Board also authorized lighting York's Mayor Lladsay, or1 It "
ill IN d Funds.
(
where most j ,
will strive to develop new Dowdy tp award tonitmttlon! neighborhoods ;1.1' JJI author James Baldwla: White listeners bear Dr. Mathew .
reportedly
.hdlt.IaBlackberltlle, contracts, totaling $1,003,471, Ores occur. .f. "y' .m NIGHT CALL, the natioa- explain how NEGRO began
teachers and for tbt construction of a Com & l', '
prepare provide wide telephone radio call-ta
J and why, that it has begun and
NEW: ROPE ; \
students and visitors with munlcatlons Building
,'J!> program beard Monday through now' controls 21 companies aU
awareness of some of the authorized by the 1967 General DETROIT-(NPO)-Despair < ....' Friday evenings live from 11.90 ,
Blacks and that
objects of the Negro's heritage. ,Assembly sad to award has tuned to hope for residents "... )I p.m. to li.JO a.m oa over 75 employing ,
.4 Initially NEGRO bad to
"We want to draw from the contracts for the air conditioning ta the area of this cites race '" "' 'r ., stations around the country. pay
Interest to 5% to order to
entire Piedmont region to show of Brown Hall at a cost of riot last year. That'sthereport "' '4 What NIGHT CALLIs secom. op
bear bow
borrow a dollar. They
,toe historical Impact of the $42,000. of a study made by the Detroit .ili ... pushing can be Illustrated by
NEGRO bonds art now being
.
.Jfegro In this state," said Dr. Fret Press resideuttareshowing!which found tbatriotarea "TALLAHASSEE-Tbt announcement of aa acting dell of administration aad of a coordinator ont of the program such u sold across Ins country and pays.12

a wee readiness to Join the of development and planning was made last week by Dr. Benjamin! I.. Perry, Jr., president of the ".. spent with Dr. % interest
economic and social Florida AAM University. The newly-appointed president of FAkO announced that A.... kids, latbtw. 'Had the old adage that the
city's
SISTER IESSIE mainstream According to the left, has been named acting dean administration MjS. Thomas, right has been appointed The call from the New Orleans Black ass doesal work to help

be will read your entire life-past,present and study, the number of black Do- coordinator of planning and development, a new position. Tbt approval of tilt appointments mu resulted la t purchase of himself Is lion up for what If
future..She asks no questions but will tau yon 1 trailers feeling they've moved was made during the Board of Regents meeting la Gainesville. Kldd, a native of Philadelphia, NEGRO hoods that could mesa Is. Dr. Mathew himself gave up

what you want to know, giving dates and facts of | ahead far outnumbers those who received his A.B. degree from the Adversity Michigan and his A.M. degree from Columbia the tttaUlabmtot of a sew a $100,000 a year Jar,...'.

business, love, health and family aIfIJr,. Win I think their lot b getting worse. University. Prior to the appointment bt was director of administrative planning. Be replacesDr. business la New Orleans specl- practice'to bead NEGRO. Convtrtely -
help you find lost art. Tells you whom yon will*] Perry who was appointed president September IS. Thomas, a native of Ocala received fleshy slatted to employ tae Black man

marry and When. If the one you love is true, what RACE TAGS BIT his B.S. degree from Hampton Institute aad his U.Ed. from Colorado AAU University. Be has Blacks. discovers that tbt white men is
to do to be successful.Will reunite the separated, DETROIT KPI) Should been director of the vontlo il-ichnkal division of the school of technology at FAMU prior to Bat NIGHT CALL means mart working for the Black maa too.

locate absent friends and relatives, and cause criminal suspects be Identified being appointed to his" new position Uau 1DODtJ. They bear a Utica, New tat,
happiness between maa and wife. Helps nuke by net? This city's black NIGHT CALL also, brines_n sea ask where b.ccabsy

up lovers' qjarrels. Tells if sickness and bad I leaders say no; but that doesn't The Language Arts NEGRO bonds, and they bear
lock: are natural enemies, or if there is u evil I stop tbt Detroit News from Urbsa Leifis Official Sees Dr. Mathew state that more

Influence:Does not ten to please you,but will tell ttt truth Ont I publishing a dally street. NEGRO bonds wlU be purchased
visit will repay you for disappointments la all others She will crime blott.rwlUlraclalldtaU. f by whites than Blacks,not only

read your We like aa open book, but also b.Ip,08 oat of your i fication of assailants-most of SibirbiR Aaurlcs, As C.I.III because "Whiles have acre

TROUBLES. Come and see why you are so unhappy, when them black. Dtftadlag Its money, but they have aa obligation
\ everything seems to go wrong sad and downhearted, action, th.n.npaperaJd"W, NEW YORK "Suburban America has to tact not only racial to do this."
sick and wood when you can be help and everything made want to expose the vicious mugger Integration but also the Inevitability ot economic Integration,** Mathew explains to the white

'clear by consulting THIS GIFTED MEDIUM. Everybody wel the sadistic rapist, and l according to Walter South, acting director Operation Equality, audience bow Important It Is
come. NO MAIL Al' WERW. I make M bout calls. Don! the gan-wavlng robber. These w National' Urban League at the conclusion of a three-day meeting for everyone for tilt Black maa

mistake the address. SISTER BESSIE is located north of criminals are strangling urban of Operation Equality Project) Directors,and local Urbsa League tomakttt

CaQabu oa UJ. II, 1/t mile from City of Callahan, Florida. life." Executives from'II cities across the nation'habIUate He reveals tilt a large' percentage .

Pbonort7'-UM. "American society caa DO U altglt family of conservative whites
WATCH FOR HER SIGN Df' FROXTOF HOUSE Across the street NO CRIME REE? longer afford suburbs whichhouse hoists under m (h) of the are buying bonds,"..Oft somas

from SPORTSMAN MOTEL NEW TORK CNF( ) The onlytherlch.Thenation's National' Rousing Act. of which our white liberal brothers"

Open dally from I a.u to 10 p.m., including Sundays.THB idea that violent crime b Increasing lousing crisis is impossible 40 .have been completed and and that the Black bourgeoisie
CUPPING ENTtI'LESTOUTOA'S.OOREJ.DfCCfor has bees disputed by to solve without building homes sold to low-Income families basal really gotten into U

/. Dr. Karl Meanlgtr. chairman" for low'lacomt families u of the tad of September Ubtr." And finally Dr.Matbew
I r of the board of trustees of throughout tbt greater metro- this year tells a white womaa from

LIFE GROUP the Mtnnlngtr Foundation b polltaa areas." "'!be average cost property Atlanta that the "Black revoli-
FIRE- AUTO Topeka, Kan. "Tour chancesof e Operation Equality begin two acquisition U the Seattle houses BoalsoabutUisaoljuctarevolution
being murdered b Eskimo as t tobreak for tbt Black ass
years ago program was f7.WO; theCOltolrtbabW. ,
,': INSURANCE country,. Ja Chicago, (or). .lame r w f1 daft the walls of racial segregation tation averaged M.100 per unit; eves though the Black man is
desert are about the same," la order to enable BOBwhites and the selling price avenged Instigating U and bearing the
'!ltI'MI AI t.t URltl. be said. 'Most murders have to find decent housing. lJ.Wg.. Each purchaser made btmtt of carrying tt. The Black

tales place by far b the put ."But wbaiwthav" found," outh .a down payment of fSOO and has, revolution is giving freedomto
>t'liJtnt Cinrifi then today the psychiatristadded. said, "is that the vast majority a monthly payment .averaging aQ people across fcit world."

I "Violent crime has been of blacks who need decent 111, which includes pri ctple, Thus NIGHT CALL fosters
N diminishing! all the time." .. houslag art people with low* Interest oa tilt mortgage, tasuranct communications, tot only betweea .
I m Jut SIM mif.Jpitli 'IPONTANEOIS": Mrs Ernestine Seed, a teacher at Columbus Middle SchooL, Incomes and la city after city aad property tu... Blacks and whites, but

s NEW TORK (NPQ An Pittsburgh was one of the professionals hired to Instruct there 1s Just no housing n.1l.able Ten average family Income of between BUck ad Mack andwhite

hiss attack on a group of Black trainees In tannage arts and math la the 10-week program for low income families, purchasers was IS.WO per and ..u.. The program
Paatkers sad white sympathisers citated by PPG 1 Industries. black of white. We DOW know year, which typically Included txpotea while racists for what
was "spontaneous*, that b addition to breaking two vege-sanert. they are, not only to Blacks

Lists according to aa Investigation NAACP Wilts Detailed Check don the walls of racial segregation "Similar pi ograms art under bit to whites, too...aad causes
hr Military of the incident by the Polict we .have to breakdown ray la Pittsburgh. Miami, R*. them to reappraise, 1M...I"..

I department, which discounted OB Negroes Ii 1970 Ceases the walls of economic Chester aa/1 St Louis b ft. At the same time, those W'b11eIwtao
: in lids provocation by militant ponce.med. segregation u eeL We BOW Louis Operation Equality has are sincere la their desire

A group of ISO bite NEW TOilK -'NPQ Tbt NAACP has called the UJ. know that U U necessary for contracted for the eoub scum to do something to help the
our cities to solve this problem of W units of hr Black art also shown la their
mes-many of them ott-ddy,,. Census Barest to gather special Information the bowing.
on Negro
tree light b yet a third phase
U they are to reacts Under
hr li.inu Iriiirs of-uniform m policemen and to nuke sun an black American are. counted IB 1M this program famlllM
: the BUck has the
cAatL.xPsYOUR ------ -- viable. average BUS
staged the attack oa the sixth 1970 census. eligible tor IbUcInc win
I Door of the Brooklyn Criminal' The plea was made b the tact thousands of Negroes were not "Therefore, while we will be moving into towaboust salts opportunity: to question Black

CREDIT IS GOOD PAY WHILE YOU DRIVE Courts Building of charges that hundreds of counted during the 1960 census families continue.our outofsibstaadard programs moving of rooms.three,They four will and pay live public bed a spokesmen Black womaa this occurred from Boston wbII(
because
census officials tailed
WHEN YOU ARE IIIM to locate them. ghetto housing, we art, b addllloa -' housing rentals and will .have questioned the views. of Sonny
TOLD CITY WSUMNCE Cameos militant
AGENCY leader of
The NAACP urged the Census coaceatrallag oa aa optloa to purchase, with
seek The Best Doctor programs for adding to the rentals applied toward equity. Brooklya CORE. NIGHT CALL

907 Furl St. Phone 356-7851 ibex Tour Doctor'Pietciibes Bureau garding to racial compile differences this're-b bousing supply for lowIncomefamilies OperaUoa Equality la St. Louis give a 14-year-old Black liar
I primarily through utlUxatloa has al o contracted for' thecoaIlratica from Atlanta the chance to ask
Get Eapertenced employment housing education
,
I of various government. ot 111 Turnkey Jonathan Scent, author ot a
Pbarnaclsta Jo 11 economic sad political hosing programs. jautts for the elderly wed M hook on ghetto education, what

Fill Prescriptions Ac- fxrtlctpahom, a4m1WtraUoI 01 "Operation Equality bSeattle. units of single family houses! he caa do to make his. white

I tordlnrTo To Your Doctor'a : life Justice tram, and which any I other racial areas discrimination ot for instance is b the process under fectloa m of the National teacher call oa aim ta class...
Tick-tock..tick'tock... Orders. of fulfilling commitment! to re- Housing Act" and gets aa answer. A Black
tad Its effects
are sttflto woman from Denver caa ask
I* Vii Only Tb* Belt C. E, BLACK be eliminated.** Presidential aid Betty Farness
the Bourbon that Quality Drugs; Proprietor The NAACP action was based Wh.stei-Sile.1 Alf...$ Stresses what to do about aot getting
on Us conviction tbat"effectiveguarantees
service oa a recent new

I didn't vatch the clock! 3 Regifttrtd bar.acl.t"To.s.rY. Too on account against of discrimination race"end l..tfertMce Of Jek Qiilif.citiei direct purchase to, and Miss is told Fsrasss to write car ant


.......... A .COMPLETE LINE OP......... effective eossogeesces.regslre action to remedy Its Reginald DI 'dII,who Is today department shield SBaaagemesJ she win take It from there
r development ta the Mew York office of Western Electric Company herself.
accurate all Information regarding was given the run around U -.rIrIHOI when he went Through tt aU-ihrough the
factors relevant to the
Cosnetlcs Rubber Goods Candles looking for work. conversation between caller-la
OLD discrimination Ad the remedial
efforts" The act that be b Negro often ask Dwrdea said.is.wHow and guest, and the attta ion of
% Sundries. b probably bad something to do real will I find what the boo audience-Black and
This art
especially pertinent you
with it."Now. white hear U like It really 1a.AIarS .
CHARTER b the areas affected by legislative sayingrVladtats
-
the .
coauaalcat1oa is Increasing
.PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELI VEXED1307 lad administrative almost every company doat UUtvetht .
authority, tilt NAACP said. b actively seeking Negro companies are really sincere" bythepro.erblall.apiand
Kentuchfe Finest Bourbon b mds.
KINfiS MAI he > From u original
3531211Lilly's said 'aad
B was stressed that the Census employees, be tVl They think companies list of Zl stations
wbea MIGHT
there ,
art opportunities today
Bureau should observe employ .croea''oaI1 because
strict CALL made its debut JUMJ
t Drat Store and absolute confidentiality 1a that weren't there six months the government makes them oa
tt is
ago. That's how fast things now heard on over 13
doit.
recording such data and that noindividual's
stations la
over II states to
art moving. Asked if be felt be
acme should be was lust
Durdea is b U every region ot the country.-
a position
listed with the information be a show piece or aa example of from
Seattle
ADULT CLASSES IILIPI apply know because he's a member tokenism. Durdta said "!Co.he to Miami. Saa
NEW Diego to Boston. Minneapolis
of the Task Force Touth
oa the credentials for
>
T The NAACP said It "regards got the to
7 Motivation, a branch of tb,' Pittsburgh to St L u1.i'to

StirtiifNii. 25, 1KI IH: PM Prtsldtat's Committee oa Job.Besides Informing students of Fort Varth..co aaiauog to
people at a time when commtslcatioas .
years Equal Employment Opportunity.
opportunities available to them
,
old ,. ENROLL NOW! hundreds The Task Force of minority b made group up of>> the motivate Tack tom students members to try ton;, important to America are thaa more they

hspitil Aids Class txtcatlvta from over 440 prepare have ever been before is our
RigdonHEAT for and seek those )obs.
history.
aatloaal corporations. Task The students are toLdth.7"have
Clerk
Cisliir-Silis Force members visit minority to be willing to go where the, Miuewlis.. Gels
high' schools colleges and
,
Jobs around to nuke education
lii.iriirtH Titciir's AWl universities to unlace the
of lift.
t ,away Metro PirnHudlifl
AIR students tbat Job opportanltie Each of the Task Force members .
Group Md litfividtfil lutricfioi do exist for them. tbat vstted ViasUx-CakBi 111,141I1MIIIIA'OLUI'I

'COl IDITIOIIINGCentr.Uae Expenses of Task numbers Stall College has dose graduate

-9ultar Plano art paid by their employ level study to hU tUid and )-
o'cTrump t-urums
ers.Durdea. Kountse. the group leader, hit A construction firm run by two
-Saxophone.Flute-Oboe -TromboneVJolaFrench : and three other Negro masters degree la ertufarloa brotkus-WQ'1It wed JohuQaa-!

Horn.1b orStrin, Bass.TuQa; year boat rim executives: recently spent two and another la urban aflairs. ton- dds to tht Boater of blacfc-
Central Heating and Air days oa the campus of Wtnsto- "Oppertualties do exist owned businesses. ta this city.

'Yiolin-Cello Conditioning s,... Salem State College Winston- todaysaid vdM, but the The company, bon u Ci&uIGI

Salsa. N.C. aamt of tbt PIM is being Construction, be. vfllctactatrate -
White oo'tbt campus the four quallfted.* oa residential...s. b
{ Bolden's College Task Fore members spoke to But there art still problems. tht metropolitan ana.The Cm
5123 JIACIIItlPI U, aa assembly of the ttadtttbody Ont 1s that iturtsnts doat bow win help black crafiMn to bf,

I 1111" toth Street Registrar 356-MC3 3H-1533 dad visited classes, to meet what sort ot Jobs art available come qualified sutxestrac
students and answer.questions and what sills Ian ant will
a momam Mor.ede.me ... art seeded., according ancturaa young
aasr.wwmuzhr E. I.. Johnson, Acting President j free to fact. to Emote asea to outer r1sUg tradtaaprenttceehlppregrums.
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Will Travel Tkrec h Jesse Oweij TeiHBileJeff heck Stirs Oi THIS Grid Men .1

SPORTS PARADE .

Central. Aamicsa. Coiatries As Gipsoi, leases, Spike Records / i

BOOm-Jesse Owens, former Olympic track great d Jeff GftmmON, Tex.-(NPI)*-Streaking dark shadows made their UNANIMOUS WINNER
TOKYO-(NPQ-Ace St. Loots Cardinals pitcher Bob Gibson
Ia.mdsterlorDler! U.S.
Pentathlon Champion from tbe Unlrerslty marks on several gridiron contests involving Texas miverattiesrecently
promosed a delayed celebration after be
voted
of Mew Hampshire la 19M Joined No-ember 11 to conduct t u tan speedsters grabbed the limelight of this 19M was unanimously
procrao of Intensrre track and Odd clinics m Central America winner of the 1969 Cy Young Award recently.: Gibson, who set a
halfway
season.
'and Panama.' major league earned run average record low of 1.12 sod Dan j
Tailback Arthur James passed horns by a lopsided score ciJI. went oa to set a WorldSerles strikeout record of 17 In one game,
n."sportt program will bet lain of the track team and a) the 1,000-yard mark to a bliixkrelg .'. to currently barnstorming with the Redblrds Japan.
e third in the 1961 series of senior at the adversity of New demonstration that .saw Tbe East Texas-Howard Payne
64 clinks which the Middle Hampshire, win review fundamentals East Texas State down Howard game was corker, The Lions POPULAR BANDGRAMBLING /

American Sparta Foundation, and demonstrate the 1y Payne 2414. The East Texas were still holding a 17-7 halftime La. -(NPQ- The Colorful GrambUng: College
be. (MAS), has scheduled i nn of starting and sprinting,! lions: survived aa anxious moment lead when premier defense Marching Band has appeared before more than 150,000 fans to
for El Salvador, Honduras HI. hurdling middle distance running to the third quarter and tackle Jay Johnson recovered football halftime shows thus tar this fall, and to very much to
caragua, Costa Rica and jumping pole vaulting '+ k halted two Howard Payne Tel a Yellow Jacket fumble on the dellll.Dcllor future appearances according to Information released
Panama. MAS was established 'throwing the decathlon and ,, low Jackets' drives Inside Its HP Zl. Tailback Arthur James by the school's athletic department. The next major appearances
'as a non-profit arpnltdtaguided .general training methods. own 19-yard line, to run its reeled off 19 well to the seven, for the "Tigers" band will be at the Dallas Cowboys and New
by prominent! Amerl- MAS was created following a Lose Star Conference recordto but on the next play, defensive Orleans Sa1Dtt.pme on December 19.
cans and Latin Americans year-long study by the United f 101. ball ck Larry Helm stepped
staffed by leading 0 J.and Latla Fruit Company which Indicated 8". Junior halfback, Charles to front or quarterback Benny MAKING aADDDAYTONA
sports figures, and supported that la these countries there Johnson, and 167-pound James Kirkland's pass for aa interception BEACH, Fla. (NPI) Larry Little former
Is public enthusiasm for sports Harris spearheaded Y.Q y to t the end tone. "LIttle All-American" while a student at BetJII I'-Cootmaa
.as weU as an abundance of Jackets' attack. Tom Black also As baa become the custom of Collegels making quite a name for himself u a left guard with
natural ability and the desire had Ids day with the East the 1969 Lions, several marks the San Diego Chargers professional football team.offensive
; to eiceL But la spite of this the 1 Texaas. were passed-wlta trio of lineman Little, who really Is a strapping zeS-pounder performed
[ countries have not done as veil {& The sensational running effortof quite familiar names Inserting outstandingly for the Chargers against such Amerkaa Football
u they could In amateur pro1..1oba1 JlI the Houston Cougars' Paul themselves into one more line League competition u the. New York Jets and the Oakland Raiders.
..t I or toteroauwalcow. fpetition. Y,, Clpson-wbo has clocked t9 of the BTSU record boot.
e >, 7i yards rushing 96 attempts James broke the record of "WHITEY'S' TOOL '
I According to John M. Fox, t* ,'H.{ and the bead.-... defense of 96) yards rushing a single NEW YORK-(NPI)-Black power advocate Joha Carlos told
\ president of MAS and tbalrlllUl l.!' Jerry Droves held the highly season, which he set last year, students at the Flnley Student Center City College'recently that
a of United Company:"With, t''J.rf Bannister University of Mew Hampshire decathlon maa, touted Georgia Bulldogs to a with m yards on *7 carries Black athletes who performed the United States at the recent
!I the proper traiaiag tad will take part to a series of teaching clinics to Central America 10-10 tie. End Elmo Wright to up his season's total to 1,097 Plympie Games to Mexico City were used u "tools" to put up
J I encouragement, beginning with and Panama, sponsored by the Middle American SporU Fmunda* also give the Georgians fre- yards Black tied a career mark "a false face" for America for the world. Carlos placed !third
|I fundamentals, MAS feels that 1 tics, be, (MAS)which began November 11 Bannister and Jesse' gent concern, with his decep' of 17 TD receptions and end to the 200-meter event at the Olympic but was later expelled
f the Middle Americas nations Owens former Olympic track great, will conduct sessions to lire running. Richard Houston didn't set anew after be and Reggie Smith gave a Black Power salute during
\f ear raise the level of partkl* El Salvador Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Panama. Tight end Jerry Levies the record, but became the the award ceremony. Black militant R.Rap Brown also addressed
patloa lid performance AUAmerleaaheadedSMOsenior second all-time receiver. He the student rally, which was sponsored by the college's all-Black
JhdtY O'RJ'8' nationally as well as Increase'' was well contained by now has 94 catches for 1,141 Onyx Society.
their share of gold medal winners the charging Texas University .
prlmarllr by the United Black
Company and other companies Frill and winning teams to tbsOlympfca" Bulldogs Open defense u the Mustangs lost stars also played a big Chicago Bears' WEAR IT NATURAL or''
la the United ,their first SouthwestCon hand to the North Texas's BJM -
States and Latin COMB IT STRAIGHT
America.The1 Owens and Bannister will teach ensues outing to the Long- blast of Cincinnati. Sayers Oat Of
clinics are designed to from leeeoa plans which have r.cI I..hl.e hM k-di dull.sew.tUMADR :
provide top-quality Instructions .ben published to manual form Nov. 30 With Two GriMilliii's Prowess li FcetiillSeewMinet ;:
for coaches tad players and will be distributed to every,, Game. For Season NUl\ ,.. :. .
throughout Middle America,but 'coach attending the track and Foothill F.1tsau.MBLmQ Chicago Be".' Gale Slayers, Add.INells
? For :. r.:
aid clinics. Coaches will new Football League's lwa.
|be sessions are also open tree .National _.. w.l, w _.'
to the public. city sufficient quantities for leading ball carrier has beet eUdhl' .....t..
Formidable Players LA. GrambUng College has demonstrated to -- .... "--
Owens who Is a member of the !distribution to their own teams everybody's satisfaction hat fans will pack big city stadiumsto 'tost' for the remainder of the '''' .1110'.. aa'
MAl for use u lesson manuals Sunday with torn ligaments .w.lhd c.t'J
Sports Advisory ._watch richly-endowed small college football teams that play season e ;
Committee, and Bannister,cap: will|during participate training.to Local the clinics teams ORANCCBURQ, '.C.-Aa Army veteran and a football player wua violence, grace ana suu.W Savers to, his all-pio right halfback knee. for A lh.e n..lu N r...al. ,

assisting Owens and Bannister are among the thiee seniors who will anchor the '.C.State *. Glum Eddie Robinson and his |have played with the pros.; the last three years, was Injured MURRAY'S
Alcern Gripers during teaching sessions and attack when the basketball Bulldogs open their season November gifted Tigers have ou1cIt.nmaJ Grambllng has found the same oa a abort run IS minutesbefore HAIR DRISUNQ
demonstrations. 90 to a Dew gymnasium order anew coach. tI u << college powers la games i kind of single-minded Intensity POMADEl
S .wltl Streiftk Jesse Owens considered by Returning to S.C. State after for his defense played, la New York City and ,amoag tans to smaller xo-Chicago half of game.the tan FI aacis ;Nw..al.tilhwrl.e..4...........__..........

.. raaoy sports experts to be the. a tour to service to Jim English to the shadows of the first Houston, Texas this fall {stadiums, too. Even canal The Bears' team physician ..
greatest track and field star a 4-5. XSO-pounder from' five aDd battling bard for startIng With Columbia University able minded observers awareof. said Sayers would UD4erro'-' -M* tM MiUUUmitWMomrs >l ta t triM .

Siys NPI Writer of the half century, He to a, Philadelphia who was one of berths are Reginald (;SUCk)' to arouse only bo-Bum spectator the change as the Tigers lit, Sunday alght at llllols nr[ io* noovcn cal....
resident of Chicago, niinols the giants to the Bulldogs'drive Williams, aDd Phil Stephens. Interest., GrambUng attracted have played before 134vX fans Masonic Hospital' .'M career Ate,aces dale''tM UTM,
LOBMAN.. UUs.-(KM)..: and devotes much of ttee time, for the S1AC crown to 1M4. Williams to probably the best ..U.. crowd<* Mt04 tar a ta seven games. .
tbs AtOclal statistics released to underprivileged youth. At the He to strong shoots well aDd guard oa the team Stephens, game with Morgaa State at After a., slow start to which
by" Alcon college's athletic mi Olympics Games to G.r.puny ; can climb the boards. a f.eshmaa from Bar tow, Fla Yankee Stadium oa September be dropped two games,perfect* I

deparlmeat' for me games he pined latermt1csa Willie Grate, who plays foot has drawn attentionlor t his II. bout Robinson has. won. .five. SEAFOOD CENTER
,aws Sus rte rbackt Marvl J.41tj.e', "' ; 1.' .ban tad will not Join the team rebounding. .'* .. Recently tux, achagaitaoughtaJ&f ,straight.'Sometimes. 1.
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i Met*._-.s..eaStoieMI leader j "r..orli"aU'U.i i'fi I until BMr'T&iax.Vfint'-' I' LJOf \Uyvhonor waaWng .. 44 N MYRTl! AVIe
'. : -Also addict. .. .---....... .... '''''. j
la both puatn5'andtotalTb offense.k"ladv Ideal titloa'la the 100- "" ''toDd1Uoa' and will fUTa strength toa I > put to the test, turned out -.oj'-' Ug

Bessmer native has alt oa 1 meter, 100-meter and broad., forward slot He a averaged shooting ace who poured tozl H t JS.46J strong to watch the Watch f'A1r L.j'e t1.rU.Nw1.r h..lrr.wenlg .
ti out of Ltf tar l.OJl G-Mea terrorize Teats 'ThisClowi ,,..
passes Jump aad rusalag. oa the points and 19 rebounds last points u a senior last year .I. .e. 59amttt ..
yards sadeight! touchdowns. victories I ,Southern IMI la the Astro MA I.MretBgl
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> relay team. He was to Vero Beach Fla tad Louis
Weeks also lead la total offense' chairman of the Athletic 1.4'- best all-around player to Ross, 1-', who to agile aad has dome. IN Meikl .1-1
with W7 net yards both passing vlsory Committee for the VS. I the conference according to fine moves which makes aa Oa the 'same afternoon Rke 34 521 12II "s- h, c
69
and rushing.Oscar Olympic team at Mexico City Des Jobe, ..e. State's ... above average rebouD tr. University was able to attract AOewnuldwius.n. : e.=-'- :.
Marlla the BravesopboBttrowtlt i la October.: ,Is the leader m i Jeff Bannister U,11 ClOt cI ttae who will start at guard. Cheese scoring machine to six weeks homecoming eacoiater with M.1l.nW.. 45" "s......
pass receiving with .4 reoept.tons better UJ. track athletes and to a 1->, senior. from Darling- will be TJ ron Williams a exciting Texas Tech.t ;.a./ if.e- U. Rtd6M15lltlalsi
for 447 yards and roar A total of ".U' fans paid to JQ
was u alternate for tbe decathlon ton '.C, 5-ll sophomore guard front I .
touchdowns. oa this year's Olympic team "Be to strong u a bull and Ala 1 watch fee two-game GrambUngcrusade. \ II ck Sea 'm u-
Tbs leading rashers for tic. A college senior he has beta twice u dedicated." said Jobe.As Birmingham the first,semester who to ineligible '3 f MID, MUllIT .... .. .................................... ... .... tI ,.-
Braves are c o-c s pta la Law. m the "tcpta" II the country a )JmlorCbeeaeav.rag.Qover Completing the squad are Sam Faa Interest seems Justified Clew CMktMl,...-.,..D.Ku $' ao
reace Wattins with U5)'Vellll for the decathlon. He won lbs 17 points and 10 reboum Mails, Freddie Bostick Eddie u the Worth Louisiana school 51. If H CRABMEAT tb 1

U carries and WILl a Ray taUt > Hew Caglaad Intercollegiate Holding down the other guard White, and Floyd Johnson. has produced genuinely good Cental)Um'C........l _, _"-,,.. 3 10 I IVETERANS.
yards la II carries. title la that event ft11! spring. slot will be sophomore Chuck Tike Bulldogs will employ. the gibbets taster than any other 11-40-13
The Braves offensive aft Is i Foi said recently "..'" Sawders from White Plains, pro-type offense, commonly college except Notre Dame.Ib.Ou.bUllatalnrt..
averaging mi yards total I, seen extremely fortunate to ..J Saunders 1.1. IJI, 1aJed referred to as the "run and He's Wt omeumse .
offense ia their first five games have outstanding sports people to eight games u a freshman shoot" game. Bu Jobs pointed He's down. Be Adds.Subtracts,
But the moat outstandlnc stats l like RtcIw,,*,Bill Russell nod averaged points. How out that he will employ patterns 1 Be works It all around. '
were compiled by the derata. Jeue Owens, Dick Williams ever, he sank 99 per cent of when the seed arises. r-T .
ting defense nit of the Bra,,,. Art Lull of the UJ. Olympis his field goals and I) per cent "We are concentrating heavilyoa r5I. IS .., I! 45
This mil has allowed their Committee at the tree throw line. Move In forma little astr0
; Vicente Feola, defense, too. We expect :COUING ATTRACTIONSH7 :
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exponents only 1SS yards on the> world-famous coach of lbs Sao Jobe elevated him to the everyone to play us tough but :. < QQWN.r
pound tor a came average of Paulo Scoccer Club la Bratil varsity for his ability to pump '&at. Benedict. Clark and Ogle. .. '
US aad 162.1 yards total t and others become involved ia the ball through the nets from thorpe will be the really big ,' -12 357
offense per came. The defensehas the program, JO feet away with accuracy, ones" said the coach !- BRAND NEW !
also held Texas Laths "These sports leaders re*' Rounding out the first five to Clark provides the opposition
sad Iou Ien to a .) and I -.I cognise the personal sense of Johnny Carey, adefeaslvedemon when the Bulldogs! play their ,J.; mt| vw MAN'S DAYSNUMBERED .
yards rushing ns pairs,. commitment involved la the Ufa. who stands at -l..Johnny first came to their.. home, .
The effort of these Individualsand .of a successful athlete and the to a floe Inside shooter but a f 1.4 million health aDd physical f: Lady Bug .:,
the whole Alcorateam havehelped to valuable to the team '
rewards that are possible. more education complex.
the Braves to theiranceuful Tilt u. sportsmen all with is SEDANAUTOMATIC ,:t 9 A 4 Met,..... ptofM wit* 1,1 ih.
4.1 start. International reputations, are Now AH Qiirftrliick 2 bottle.... garog:
The Braves coaching staff con confided of the competence. Prtpires : '"Man's lit Modem teheed. churches end ce.-
Days Numbered.
sistotMarloB.Casern,head-, which the well-trained aDd 1. STICK SHIFT lete .hq
coach Theophllas .Oiasy fflftltl"Hl athletes of Hi4hfle Self MHtrily Before GineGRXEMSBOR a Health and Fortune CIA Be LNCtftiiTATIS
LI
Tours When Ton Know Your
assistant coach. JackSpi aka.} America caa one day display la _.
offense line coach,JamesShaw/ international COI tWCIII. The Lucky Da/s. 7130 RICHARDSON ROAD PHONE 765-1683
: N.C. Stanley Jacobs_ Airs exciting new :tj
offense backfield coach tads world sports arenas provide the quarterback to a dreamer. And the way Jacobs performingfor ':tJI at
I .Ames Brooks defensive backrOeid one vehicle la which all people the Atxies. .CoacltHornstiy Unveil laD, about to wake him.Jacob' ,-I 'Lucky'Send Colors, etd: ..
coach, caa compete oa aa equal basis 12.00 for your
and die sccompuskmesf" of aa, u. be told dreamin reporters came. BOW to light be under"I once fire.lost a ball game whllsIn 1: CatlinGriffin. Horoscojj.Guide tor When it gets so jammed around the bar,

Bob, 6ib.oi Receives individual athlete or team CIA prepares for a ball gams. high school said Jacobs, 1 that hardly -
be a "source he of great national "1 .have to prepare myself "and 1 learned tilt, that the !I'; NOVEMBER you can move-

Sy Twig Award pride!Earlier ia said.July famous Bra ,' mentally the game"he said. better you keep your cool the J.! Volkswagen ,'FLU to the blank below and! this is probably! the bottleneck.
MI dream
about It every night better things will go tor you." : mail to ZODIAC. Post Office
NEW rOWC-Bob Obsoa,8t. coach siliaa Silvio soccer personalities, and play the came to my mind Actually, Jacobs learned a lot i! .. MC Box 1171 Jacksonville, ,11.IWii (Its called The Sure One.)
Pirillo
Louis Cardinal pitcher& vbsMa'mjor 1 and Jae"lAo" the Friday before It takes
about
football from u uncle 1250 PAST 't"
(
eaned Ely Mlraada of the
league naaverace place. I find
myself picking our "
tad aa older brother who was "jr
record low of LLt has i Santos Soccer Club, made a r
receivers tad setting sliuallow. 1.54-9091
up also a star quarterback at S.C. 'R _
beta tamed the ..alloul'1a I -widely-acclaimed cllalc tou'6Ir Most of the time it happens State. L..L.LI.z..LJIL": PATE .lYIt.IL.:...l'
.t'. Cy Toong Award winner : MAt which was attended by) .that way II the cute."
by the Baseball Writers. i teas of thousands. During Au: _otII' theory of dreaming
Associattoa America. gust Frank McGuire, head works out pretty well. Already
Gibson was the II alia 0"I basketball coach at the ttolver- he has thrown eight touchdown eay pick in? bet _
of South you
choice of the 20..embrpansl, ally Carolina and passes and compiled'950 total
two from each league. city. Bailey BoweO, star of the world. yards oa offense.
Gibson was m Japan with the WmpIca profalaiaaal tubt. A transfer student Jacobs..
Cardinals oa a goodwill toar.He ball team, the Boston Celtics, a real "find" for AiT coach greyhound
U the second Metro to wiatheaward. coodvctedCasketballcUaks,: Borasby Howell,'who simply
.'DOB Mewcombe was, la these countries which were refers to his ace passer as the
tne flra<,fat 1M. CBvoa's i similarly successful. 'the cr......."
earnedm average broke the In December Orlaad Cepeda Jacobs literally picked S.C.
HaUoaal League markof Utt t of the St. Louis Cardinals Its.,- State to pieces to the A ;1ea' rating
jet by Graver Cleveland. Alex' t/aoal f League pennant winners opener. Be completed IS of II
1119.Be this year and Danny Ut -filer/
aader of las PhllllM to passes for 1J6 yards and a wf
.also topped the America former major l league baseballplayer touchdown BU completion percentage -
,Leaps record tor apUcher with, now I II be&4 basebWhad to believed to be anMT I
100 or more laalncs the 1.14 I at Michigan State University, ncorcL."
by-Walter Johnson of Washington wlU conduct a series of base Jacobs has all of the Ingredients : .i

aim., ball clinks e of a good qu&ritrbl He' ,
Ctosoa you 19 straight plowM'l.U MAS to being balled by Latin has the sUe(he's l-z and weighs s. y.
cot a.streak of- American governments lid 115). ADd be can throw the ball
,scoreless &u &L sports leaders for Its msch- by his coach's testimony, B9 .
Be also pttehttd &I conaplsbthaia seeded contrBwtlau to theC yards to the air, / M
.* to M starts to Ala countries of Central There's ao doubt that he has '
.... h. allowed IN ..... and to the cause: of had the experience" said How FtfT I..... .'. SAT. MATHtflS.1.30

walked oily tt sad strack oei better later-Amerleas .all. "and that be has bee. well --....,..- t
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i'ft." .,f" \ ..- ,, i'; jdUlonsu between these regular weld of Falrm&iTTemple,
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checkups, It Is Important to Beachwood. Be feels strongly
maintain dental health bJ proper aloof via theCoancU that
1arula1Dl.11a not enoughtosay "there III need for a HEALING
that you brush'your teeth reg person who can brine many
Marl). Ton should brush them, of the force In the area to-
lefber, not Just religious tat
whenever possible, within 10
,
also civic."
.' minutes after every meal or
snack. Ton should brush not only member of the Council: Com*
the front surfaces,but also the mltte* said be hoped the
back and chewing surfaces.m appointment of Dr. Jacobs will',
relate the council to
always carry the jhelp some
brae from the gums onto the of the Negro churches which
teeth because If you brush Inoppostte hare not been a member.

fee direction, you push
Be gums away from the teeth Jamaica
uLi ad force food particles between
FROM PACE 10
the gums and the teeth. CONTINUED
I PALATKA, Fit. OM of the outstanding trtnU f_ picture above. Mr. Annie M. Winmgbam Wu speakerTChdTf was also t contestant. Mrs. Battles Is church reporter. Rev. Don't hang onto a toothbrush their crabs to halt the students.
I recently was the appreciation Mrrkt given for District Mis- No. 1 served with Mrs.Lillian Battles u president and organist.- Ernest Bro lder, apper left, pastor of the Mt MarlA DIE whose bristles are spread out The poop,however, maoafed
:gunny Mother Emma Anderson when, oo November S, ZIon Mrs Etta M. Allen wa mistress of cerem ltl. On November Church of Bmmsf Fla.,will deliver the last sermon of the annual and dog-eared. Wash your to reach the prime minister'sonce
} Temple Church of Cod la Christ, No. 1,Elder William Rutledge, >. at I p.m,.fee mxb-ber&Eded'bsby contest closed cc!. Baby) conference year Sunday, November,at 3 p.m.1ln. Brouner toothbrush after every brush- where a meetiot'vuheld.
r pastor, paid tribute to the Christian worker for her.activities. Michael upper right,was the winner. Baby Angela D. Williams' resides at W5 Oliver Street Palatka. ng, and make sure that all the Mr. Rodney, wife of the
Elder RuUedg and Mother Anderson art teen In lilt center Center and right photo,by W. tonkins: baked: toothpaste Is removed. banned central figure m the
Many people, Inbuylngatooth- dispute; attempted to address
', truth, think the one .ttlllaard the crowd but broke down In
stiff bristles Is best because It tear.
j LOLA'S GROCERY STORE Card Of Thinks DEADLINE; Raines High Senior Woolworth win last l.g r. Not only Is At this point police apIa be
All news should lathe Florida this a false assumption, but labored the students with teargas
1 tale Star Office by Tuesday at 1 p.m.If Plays Variety Promotes also the hard bristles will Irritate and billy clubs,but by ow,
would like to this
l3 ; opportunity you should mall your news,It your gums and Increasethe the protest had drawn actin
h&MyrtleFormerlyGeorgeff'Unlit( } 11 11f to express my sincere from the local
should be mailed so that It will wear on your enamel. support
thank and appreciation to the
Instronenb
reach our. office by Tuesday 01 Whether the arrangement of cttlieary. During the ensulnt
member.ofllt.Z1CDA.M.E.
Pastor and
the bristles Is tufted or Oat pitched battles, several
( Cbs ch, relatives and Jacksonville boasts of one of students received mild Injuries.One .
V\ : u1 ; Cnciriis 1s not so Important u whether
f : ,':'! friends and club members who the most talented young people .r lecturer sustainedbrokenarm.
., IOOJ FBI LENT each Individual bristle I Is rounded
I Ten trite NIKS were so kind during my recent IA the state-Gary LovelaotIlmmons w yt .; so u not to scratch your .
Illlness. I found untold pleasure )544438EXCHANGE son of Mr. and Mrs. sensitive Wholesale rioting broke out
gums.
in the beauty of the flowers, Leroy Jones and grandson of in Houston proper' and pollc
BriifNilkIurIttirfiitsCikis gift and many card ricIa d. Mrs Minerva Butler. quickly cordoned oft the university.
I would also Ilk to Include my This talented teenager plays Later,the prime minister
thanks to th a many friends In Oft Instruments, three of which NAACP Wilts went over radio to chare the
New York, New Rocbtll and .Unfurnished apartment. I flU., are the clarinet cello, piano university's elaacellorristesters
; Mt. Vernon, N.T. A special: In exchange for housekeeping. Simmons, a senior at William CONTINUED FROM PACE U fault the
SHIMS'A thanks to the Doctor and Norse 4 .111 Davis Street C. Williams Raines High School, play In JIlt foil and accurate enumeration were guilty tbocUpnism -
la the Methodist Hospital. the band. He U cellist In the of American of black tad the rlotlag was

CiijtitrttickMRS. Jacksonville Youth Orchestra ... African descent or origin u a fomented by non'I."C.*
Sincerely, ni SUE and a piano pupil of Evelyn national It. students.
Squire Foy JUt piano teacher R.M, MCCRATCHICAGO urged that such arlnt melon be The nut day, the prime minister .

((2)) Store rooms of clothes and bas written special arrangements Promotion of R. secured "by application of alt' produced before the
I LOLA THAPP 154:551. other Items for sale.For Infor- for his Instruments M. McCray of Gary, and to the resource available' to the House, what purportedly was
Proprietor mutton ea11lu.un-eot-1/I' Simmons will be presented mNovember manager of a major F.W Woolworth Census Bnr.... evidence that Dr. Rodney had
UNDER HEW MANACEMENT-aa8.LOLA TRAP 2.HI. All BRICK Davis Street. 14, at 4 p.... In store La the Lake worked out 4 plan for overthrowing .
(formerly of Pick Past Ashley f Dana Streets},' the twenty-fifth annual Evelyn Meadow Shopping CederChicago the government. This
Squires Foy piano recital at ha*,been announcedby statement caused public
Open hat day oo. S+sVnda/ ..rw TOWN HOUSESRance New Stanton Senior'High. Admission G.W. Nelson, the company's FiskloiDeslfitr l support of the students to subside
f THE IF IjIKIRC 1s free.Black rice president for tilt North and gave the government
& Central Region a chance to augment the police
Will!
WE TAKE DEALS OTHERS REFUSE Refrlrtretor Fit TIE Panther Mr. McCrty, who began his barricade of the university withsteeMMlemted
Start
: n Tour On Import BmstHess carter with Woolworth' 17 and bayonet-
1 NOWAITiNG-CREDITAPPROVEDONSPOT: Afro Shop etc" ha* been ofWoolworth CONTtNUED FROM PACE fixed elements of the Jamaica:
year ago manager
AS LOW AS lift Send $10.00 tor our Cleaver Urges Vole store Gary. Previously cold bore d' oewre, were Ann Defense forces.
HIT "
SIN
"*I Cook, Carolyn Albrlghtta
,
,
he had completed his The students retallatedbyclosing
"cont&lnntagnasiladadadresses Mildred Crust and Dori ZalMr -
$195 DOWN ii "mil" LAN er* Oa Bias management training la five Jar. the gates so no could
of ZOO African
nearly stores u assistant mantger enter or leave the campus,
NEW TOaKNPr&lack *. Kugtin 1* afrlend to
Exporters, product exported A native of Heathman, Ml**., while overhead helicopters
68 ELDORADO: .. $MOO FHAYIHCANHC. ']'maU isles, custom require'meat -. Pintter leader Eldrldre Cleaver Mr McCrty II a graduate of the young designer' mother aeroplanes Bade hourly checks
kill'A'I 4h1; "' 'OOP. iii.iii as pKoivr *, etc, want black American to Wendell Phillip Ugh School and concert singer Mrs. of the sequestered ground and
61 PONTI CRONNIVLLR.$3645ace : : I J-i D Enterprise take t rate on whether they U Chicago K* married to Maria Downs, r snowed for her tilt army laid don barbed wtrt.
"ew P.O. Dot 1611 should ioitrgratt or be segregated the Pearl of rendition of rUgro _UIll1l. fences before tie .
Ym.fj DFVILLE! former Clay Carly, ptee.By
67 COUPE ; .. .. .S460SfuW Karl Downs Saa
W la a part of the country president,
7MJ IM IRKIT II Moton"D C. toollUd Ala. They have four children. Friday, October II, tilt
'"
: Houston
tt..J Austin
I tt'on'W'l-.fI.m. ; ; ...' "cwa .BECOM2 YOOt OWN DOW. set aside for them. Linda II. who attend howardtkheritty ts College, TILt rioting u Kingston had stowed
M TOt' ",.. .. ,SoS m 3479 His vote plan has become the, la Washing on.D.C4 the father of the model-type and three days later, the siege
I .dttlgner who U Um and attractive
UCla point in the Panther pro ; .
M i TSrp..ANGIetA"0T"1/1'W/1Yl. .u 1395 gram of black seU-dettrmia- 1Mugi., 17,Robert,land Paul, enough to model her ,of and the classes university returned.was lifted

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.. OVER 100 CARS TO ('IIOO )Jo: FROM! ; .
WK:: TAKE DEALS: WHERE: OTHERS Are EARNING From $1. lo $10.00 L
REFUSE: iCE' Weekly
I !, CREDIT APPROVED: ON SPOTy A NEW, CLASS STARTS ,, ,. ,.r.. ; ., .

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credit 'to start him in bislat**. 1 will pay th* ,
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that art_ not sold 1 will r.hr. &lid w1U DOe be \ { ,
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