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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 16, 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:
UF00028362:00791

Related Items

Preceded by:
Florida star and news

MISSING IMAGE

Material Information

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
November 16, 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:
UF00028362:00791

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news


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Zetv slaying of u old Negro

JacfcicbeslalKI.AlpNtegrated .

gat called over Federal the mttter Court for

Bf. than to minutes. Ties, FOR NEGRO JURORS
.ad surprisingly to, tbt flu

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damages Three Hatches white Kluxersvere t Leaders Aires Thousands ReceiveQuestionnaires Fired Bullet

involved b the decision:

James L. 'Janes, U, Ernest Many Problems Into Friend
Anode, 17and Claude Filter, In

U The hers live to the ""'- ,
Nitchet are There" .I- '' I Must le FacedThree As She Slept
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_ termed defendants, aloof with -. \
I the White Knight organlstUoa. if outstanding BtCfol.4t. New Jury PlanningA Nrstery surrounds the. successful

The tied Metro, a cattle J .., nationally kiowa with suicide attempt of a
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Cleveland Road BU and
three divergent phllosopblea on young
tender shot to death to
wu a Foremu 1s bmaea by. Job Caps for vinninf the fold medal la the serious of a girt
Champ George wounding
dark and dioaal put of Adams Olympic ,the race question, were u one search 1s on for black jury candidates and candidates from
heavyweight boxing Foreman, a Job Corps grad, wu a school dropout la Boustoa, Texas, last ,,1IkIra considering friend last Saturday .t
County during the hot weather other la view& of the fast approaching deadline for the
minorities
m rill Job Corps trained him la electronics: and discovered his basing: tales With him at the the coming Into the office of Friends and acquaintances of
of IK*. Later. kit body wufooBd operation of the Federal Jury Selection Act which wu passed
Office of Economic Opportunity ceremony 1s his mother Mrs. Nancy Foremu Since IMS. resident of the Ubited States Joe Lane SI (020 Cleveland,
la creek After last March.Whea .
a
DoatlBf Job Corp has trained 171,000 young met aDd ,,0IDtI, II to SI, of whom 10,000 are la Jobs of Present-elect Richard by Congress' were shocked almost Into disbelief
of tearch author
It.* days
averaflnt H U boor, to school, or military service.Florida's Hlxon all expressed guarded this new act goes Into December tar Senior United when word spread that he
ttles arrested the three
sea: t optimism about the approaching effect next month U will be State District Judges have bad shot himself U the head
arced above end ladle ted them
used to secure Justice where, bees screwing the at-random
administration.At Baker,whet last sass, accordIng -
,oa charges of murder Adams Paul required cases of selection of Jury panels from
Conirly the same time thry offered complaints to neighbors, did lOt appearto
wu later acquitted. Joist'Jery' Gibbons
ftnggesUons. They svfitsted that Negroes are patted over which future Jurors ?mav betaken. be Buttering from despond"KT -'
verdict waa a tie Filler U candidates for federal Jury Names of thousands of
t, had .. bon brought la court. >- <. i i> "' Of f' Htwtfi-U.;''; Bamttt ,Negro to the tapaclty/ashiest > service.n u tBttpdedtotssurrtalrhesi peuo&a.wh: have1:'received "''m' 'before- bLuwiWe 1
tn a Mt-aad oBkial 1
At the trial the three Bee. .
I tor ill ntnorKlM.on' questionnaires and who have '
a UM
BO tragic i manner,
They autgested lpotagforward
were accused of planning the i1iO C urt'Ru '' not claimed exemption for
Juries olltcJtrtllDlbll'- any
( shot Us glr trtall4Quue BeOBaker.
to\the increase bl blackwtlteseparatum.
.Id woo Harder, The add
Chum At MxetDETROIT One evea commended President;Johnson mentionedthat reasons' permitted. will lit M0 Cleveland Road,,
filed la the of JesseWhite '
wu BUM WASBOIGTON .,'when theOalted State '.rtme' Court last the future Presidentfor la the put there had been pooled ta thf back. She wu reported
aoa of the dead ogre The 1M9 president Those who lit ..d
the to exclude the lie.
tendency poor may la serious condition la Devil
week Indicated that U would take coder consideration the matter his backing of plans to help
Civil rights stony filed .the. of the huge American and the minority-group will be over 70. pity
members persons Medical
cult. of the consUttttlooallty of the power of the IkUted States Housed Public Health Assoclarioa will 'bIat, e 1t111am," Center from the wound.
school teachers
slclans dentists
RepiesentaUves to remove the former Congreasmaa from his The three men ares Whitney According to poUrs records,
United States District Court
be IlitcroDr.JladB.CofDlr- Pay tor Jurors will be doubledto clergymen, mothers with Miss Baker
IIlut'
asleep
seat It stirred eI..d1aDlIlrolJld COB If. Tounr Jr,executive direct wu
a mass
Judge Barold Cog: dismissed m ty.Dr. Corarly wu chats by.
no.oo Mora 'chlldrea under 10, membersof ,
National Urban per day. apartment at the Urn
five other Xlaiera because Since the; Nine Judges wfll lOt removed from Congress b the tS.OOO member organisation or of the League; subsistence allowances the armed farces and police* of the
of geaeroia shooting
isle ffH/fT director
BO evidence wu presented aadefiaUe release their conclusions until addition, and perhaps a bit at Us convention ta Detroit. Boy will b11D&4t. mea and firemen. Lane arrival
dead
wu oa
proof of their Involve February ao one caa reliably more the other way the Nine last week. the Congress of Racial Equality The mar act covers both grand
This new act takes effect at the Devil Medical Center
neat. the slaying. foresee the outcome of the Men cu give Powell a bearing Dr. Cornerly, whose present (CORE) sad Boy Wllklaa, and petit Juries.
shortly after shooting himself
Attorneys for the three men Powell i.e-.a" Powell him but decide that tt, the Supreme title la that of President-Elect eieeatlve director theNational This type of selection replaces at 11:45
announced pees tor appealing. self seated la a dentist's chair Court has BO power la the will be the first Negro lobe so Association for the Helps Red Cross the old method under which Detective am.lergeaat, according R.T.to

Although tt Is known that the la New Yak who he receivedthe sltuatloa chosen la the history of this Advaaeimeat. of Colored Jurors from a single economic Matthew.

flat treasury might lOt bo news, expressed ."gratlfl No one cu say whether the People. NEW YORK B. NtylorFttshugh strata of the community oftea No ODe who knew either of
depleted considerable doubt cation": with the hope that thewhole Court will take up the matter Negroes voted overwhelmingly vice president for were chosen for federal Jury the two could
give light
wu expressed u to whether efatrrwbdraighteo.d of 163.000 owed the Solon- against Nixon all agreed.Bow* Special Markets, Pepsi-Cola duty, any
the
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tel that there 1s still
a1AIatu. they
the White Kalfhta will give uptl. ,out soon ever hu assumed
&lSOO dollars White'- '..,. Sam Gibbous.( !Florida Powell's attorneys have r a chance of rapport betweenthe COlD'UJt tJ u Coordinator
attorneys said however, they Democrat, said to be the leader always argued that the Bout t blacks aDd the adminlstra of The Advertising Council's GJEO Hires New Director
wW try to pUt.MI..I's. la the unfrocking of the New cu go BO further than the rules tloo. Bow this might' be dose public service campaign tpr
of the V.I. Cout1t lCL Theyfurther wu act decided. Bowever, For
York solos la I960, said "Ithink the American National Rid Proverty Preirim
Police the Supreme Court la just contend that race mightbe Young did sifgest the aamJ.Dcelilitcro .
Involved. Boast attorneys to the cabinet
saying that We to
are going
buhired
The board of Greater Jacksonville Economic Opportunity
aver that the Bout Itself cube bail pointed to Integration
remind the legislative branch Ronald E. Allen Sr director of a Savannah, Ga., poverty
a quasl-court whea u a dead Issue Reemphasized
that. U this tripartite members GJEO's
govera u the local MW director
Chief Heiilley oust we have among equals are involved.Twiceelected: that NUon must realise the program
we arc moss equal. lip Powell, whose r difference between the mil Ails la currently: executive The federal agency demanded
Claude Pepper Florida case: *hu M parallel la history,t Be said that co-existence la director of the SavannahChatham the reorganisation of the board

Dies Siddeily Democrat also, said. "I don't mast wait oath February, important sad that Hlio i Coaaty Economic so u to Include one-third re*
think Congress Is going to let Bleu Congress relents and has a chance. In (hat he Opportunity Authority. presentation of the poor to
MIAMI Police Walter the Supreme Court tell U how reseats him. If the Nine Judges wont be encumbered by decisions GJIO hu not had a permanent precede any further funding of

Beadley.. Miami police chief; to organise" say "Yes" time must pass 1>a. PAUL CORNERLY' handed don from the chief executive since W.Gordon the local agency. I

.who, during bla long career Several suggestions are la the before the raters and after retiring parry leadership. Bunch resigned last June lathe After CEO's recOllUll
vu probably the victim more air u to what the High Court battle. mammoth organisation. Theastoctatloa WUklns supported the Idea of"black wake of criticism of the the restructured board n'I'I

of criticism this of praise. Bilght do. The decision, of Gibbons foresees a clash Is ts.world'sItrged capitalism" Be HM local program by. the Office DJ. Research Development., v
died last Saturday whflf amuse coarse, mesas that Rep, lit,,,"' the Nine Mea and coalition of professional he hoped that some force will Economic Opportunity.: Corp., a NewYork-based
Was oo her way for llelp.1IMdltJ' Powe l's attorneys cu BOW Congress If the mea make any public health workers. holds be pat behind the theory CEO disclosed that u in* consultant firm, to make the 'I)
death unexpected his Inroads oa what Congress calls The eminent physician vestlgatlon had revealed thai 'local poverty program effective
argue case la the most
wu a shock to the community. sacred Balls of Justice. Its rights Whet I'vnDIGIt on .degrees la medicine and public Edward Wafers GJEO: wu largely Ineffective is.Its and responsive to the seeds of
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Called and search for anew
Be wu considered somewhat will contend most February U la the antipoverty programs 'the poor and to
vehemently
Dr.
of a fixture tn the use.vu Be. emotionally, and rhetorically,. States Court of Appeals he Lester lacimbeat Breslow prssidea la Philadelphia College BanquetIs (: Mr Fitstmgh'a appoint wu not representing the.poor director;
known for his stand oa that Adam Powell wu on Merck mat to the High Court, whose wu arranged through the of the> community Allen wu chosen from u
at the next annual
.giving ao quarter to criminal 1 1M7 Illegally word U the last la law. meeting Deeenber 10 Association of Matloaal Advertisers initial list of around 600 applications .
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; ..u4IDJ.1rI1. Dr. Coraerjy's election: wu Will-Dixie Adds solicited nationwide :
or politician. Lingering plea
Dr JohaBaalan Another first for Edward one of the Council'saonditdent
aimouired ,
rlsy 4IaUa.wu give u the cause of. Accused w... Plus VeeieoOi outgoing president.by Be b a been Waters College will be UsAbmal organisations* TeNeireCelUfe according UJ6 to a.&l Mrs).'. interim Martha.McKay ..
The Red cross $7,500 <
head. of the PrtytA Medicine-- Buqaet! scheduled for eimr-jig" la
The late police head pined li StuhhiuCuss Department Howard University December 10 at 1 JO p.m.lathe onset the Council's oldest and director GIEO.Postman II I
.u.aI fIlM berates Of his Jude '
aad ,Public Beatth aIDet'JUS. main ballroom of the SheratonJacksoBvllle biggest national campaigns' Drive I
stand oa crime. At one time,
la December of I9M, he said STUART Mrs Kvelya Terrell who wu sentenced here for The educator la a native HoteL conducted since 1MJ through Charged I
la her efforts to of French West Former graduates and all the major ectr.rUalnlllldia support
that bis officers were dada manslaughter, cannot claim complete victory Guadeloupe, Wb n-Dish, a strong :
orders to at atwtcima and put a voodoo hex OA the Judge la her case,but she did get a ladles. and attended school la. students are Invited to attend.. which contribute to it average er of the United Negro College Wife
'dogs! ,In a war OB hoodlums reduced. sentence and u explaaatloa from Circuit Judge Detroit and la Ana Arbor,where' The highlight will be the from- of S15-M million In space and Find, on Monday night received Taking
.Thta 'attltede renlt.d'ia'coU1den.bIt :'C. Jfeiffer Jrowbrifce u to, hU.fhange of BtaKUM lly.TweBtyelgatyearold .. the University Is located. ,lag of a local alumni chapter. broadcast time each year All from the nationwide business
criticism from Mrs. feggsheU in court and confessed The President-elect will work All AUK ministers are asked the creative work oo the Red ",100 for the 1MI Fundat a 1.00 From Hail,

'the Negro pnndace,and Beadley Terrell wu convicted la the that It had beet thrown Into the toward bringing the consumer to acquaint their congregations Crou project Is contributed by. meetlAg lathe audltprjnnx.of A Jacksonville postman wu:
lido the ftrraniif and u. of the forming of the chapter J. Walter Thompson Company, '
reported a sharp decrease la fatal stabbing of her husband. sea for her also of the Florida Publishing Com-. Indicted several days ago after I
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crime. She wu given six months to, Humor wu Injected Into the Ucipatea developing a structure This win be a closed affair a. leading advertising agency. Pny.Fouadatiaa. being charged with the theft of
to make the APBA arealleaoerla for the alamnl and for the Fltihuih, a native of Washington
Whet white policemen were three years in jail Mrs.: bearing when Judge Trowbrldgesaid. Secretary: James .$1.00 from u envelope he had
accaeed last yard dangling Terrell Bought probation, feel ,"1 thought I should seea the health &1d. At the Invited guests. Farther Information DC of is a former 'Cameroa said the contribution bees entrusted to deliver to a
a Metro boy over a river and lag that the voodoo would help root seas (voodoo doctor) meeting nest April he will caa be secured from' professor .u hUll at represented challenge dthat paralysed Jacksonville woaaa
were bronchi before him. Chief her out ifanshugfrter would myself. Be reached Into a suggest goals and objects concerning the college friitntii offices or Howard University. Be holds tt will be matched by the school; .who draws greeting card Illustrations .
Readley suspended them Im, have left her facing one to 29 box and pulled out a bag from the health of the nationu from the dfiadthe President, a BJB and u M.BJL fromaifY'dUhasity aad community groups headed with her .......

med ately. "When: riots. broke years m prison. a do-it-yourself voodoo kit he a whole. ,Dr. ..B.Stnvt. $ : f'u4 Nut by Staatoa Sealer Blgh's Willie Bayes, Jr.. 750 Went

oat la hUmal daring the Be* The young woaaa had hebx aid had been given to him u, Be Is particularly concerned Aretha' Slugs FromWheel done advanced work at the, .Prlncbjal Charles D. Brooks., Beaver, employed at the West
A about the gap la health between .tuiiln+ti schools of Columbia the ptea :Bay Annex with
issued orders. police woman frlead dumped some that he keeps the grls-grls. bag blacks and whites. Black maleshave ChairStage1 and American Universities. Be and said that a report will be 'opening the envelope addressed.tolniAdsmsofCoroBntoBcad .
to pre oo looters- Med1e-pIercecIlelDOlll with the to takeoff hexes. the lowest longevity of ils a founder and past president made at the next 1DIt DC. I
aame of the Jadge oo them Into However, after some outbursts any la the country. Black Infant BOHOLOLU Soul singer of the National Association of More than 10 colleges receivethe according to federal authorities.

the ... She wu told that, U of laughter by other Negroes mortality rates are 'twice that Aretha Franklin',made her Market Developers, a director benefits of this annual drive. .Bond wu set at 1000. ,
they were swept Into deeper ta the courtroom" Trow of others deed la a wheel chair, her of the Interracial Council for Dr. .Richard YJfoore. president Be wu released oa his ewarecogalxance. '
water her wish for probation bridge returned to the verdict Aa president of the Community right foot bating time and her Business Opportunity sad a' of Betkuae-Cookmaa \
would later be granted thfor- and told the accused woman: Beatth FouwmUoi of Washing left propped ap switched Ins member of the National MarketIng College, Daytona Beach PItis Be wu reported by. a Post I
t...rely. a flshermanalso "All this bu nothing to do with ton, Dr. Comely has made u cast and draped with lls. Advisory Committee of the a jpartklpating Office Department Inspector
aa eggshell la which wu apiece the sentence. But I bring tt Wj extensive study of the problems A sailboat repulsed while she U J. Department of Commerce. 'art*' chairman of the dive; and aids who said they saw him
of paper bearing theJuror's because It wu embarrassing involved Be U OB a governing wu swimming at WattttL Currently, he Is Chairman of James .. Gorman heads the opea the letter and remove the
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name. Be returned tt to people to Vial these voodoo. commutes there and Isaformerchairmu strikIng her knee. Doctors said the hter- to Judge Trcr rSdp. things." of'.aa arbaa health the ,blow broke to bones bat Fore c Ube National Busiaeu The goal of the Jacksonville paralysed womaal art la sold

Mrs Terrell wu shown the ... taatad a blend clot lathe totat league sattadue Jot Jtl51.OOv. :over the world by may.




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1 BT WHiTNEY M. TOOHG JR.DECERTRALIZIHG .

'MEMBER THE SCHOOLS

The teacbtu' drib In New Tort City buattracte4l1
: attention, and rightly to, because the Issues behind It will affect
most large elites sooner or later. 'I
Albert Shlnbr, held cI tilt United Federation cI Teachers 1Ecsl
I NEGRO_ TlON fiAL' that called: tilt strike says tilt mata issue tarolrtd the trantferrfsow
79 teachers'from the Ocean Hlll.BrovnsTillt school

district, aa experiment ta community control.
'r 'I Since teachers hart always
beta transferred It stems r
ERIC 0. SIMPON..yANAfilRfi. drugs that the OFT would
\4 i shut down tilt schools over this

IfllA WOOTEN..CIRCIIATION MANASEI .. Ism. .When tilt district Indicated -, .
? tt would bt willing to ,
let tilt ttaebtrs, vbo were ; ?
2323 NONCIIEF HAD transferred because they
venial ta sympathy with com-
16RE AiDiUS inanity control, back Into their
3s4.'M' OU 'orf.llIIC classrooms, tilt OFT svltched
to another Unto!attack. .
,.D'14 .,J J.'Ul f (, FLORIDA Mr. Sbanktr dug up some anti-Semitic leaflets and
1 tbt local district vas responsible for them. So
32211 handful of haters vas distributed throughout lilt city
releasing ugly racial antagonisms ta a rain attaitbt
MIAMI .IFflCE 5111, .... 7th ME.tlfilj .. local board. The proof of tbs falsehood of tilt d
half tba mew teachers hired by tilt board art Jewish,
., 751-311 charges wets denied and condemned by Jewish leaders ,
SOBSCftlPTIONff'RXTES'e Mow Ibt lint harassment the UFT a140 Teadlerl21rel1tDed.

) ><'eacl $1Z. 00'Half Year: '$7.00 This Udeptorabte.buttbeysbouldalsobartJtd

1 palled/ to You Anywhere In the United States* totes lilt their threats way received Into locked by b school-strWnt buildings teachers to v U

Subscription payable In Advance buildings wits locked beaus tilt custodians, prIDe).
Send Che.k or Money Order Co: .1. supmisora were backing the CFT.' lr lbs lID'IIWqen
FLORIDA STAR P.O. BOX 599 tb would also strike? 11'. as top nee
JACKSONVILLE; nomDI' ;.. ._. -. of W.Steel were to wait oat la support of a stetlvorkertaal
:' : Their adios ta the tip-off that tbt real bus ta the strike:
,:1 '. ( THE bolting at all to do with transfers or harassment The real _
TIME IS NOWI
only. lane ta tile attempt by tht fisted school Interests ta ttJI
city to kill any attempt to dectntrallst a system svoUtavla
bureaucrats more cooctmed with security than with educating

uw... the children.
I TArCOllEGE STUDtNJ, 5PJAKS rnIIIIlllllllIIINfllllllllllllllIIIIIIJirYOUR Community control threatens these people. B means that they
:ivlll bare to bt accounUbJe to parents for the first Umt.;BUcI;
,BY NEGRO PRESS iNTERJtATlQrUU! kids farther and farther behind ta their reading and math and
WEEKLY ". nobody cares; Community control attempts to to one till
At a time vbtt muck U said about bow to talk power, two I vicious cycle that turns the schools Into tallurt raetor....
crucial concepts tindness and technVjne -art gtaeraUyortr* I went Into the Oett.III.U1-Br 'l'DlTlDedlatrktto..s for myselfvbetbet
looked, Yet, these concepts art a.etaal1IDOf. necessary for I the apartment vas vorklng. Contrary to OFT cbarges.
achieving power than the belligerence via vnlcb U U to often I didnl sit any txtrtmlsts" tbert. Instead I caw dedicated .
associated.Wt HOROSCOPE GUIDE young teachers who told ma of tbt Joy ot teaching ta a communlrf,
bar tM culturally cond-tioned: to believe that It aaughty : I that trusted them and supported their efforts. I saw children
to seek pover and that U U virtuous to Btgate one's deslrts 1 making progress ta reading for tilt fired Cone. their llrtsj kidsvbo
JOT Mlf4TSAdlteme&t.Being came to school eager to leara. I met administrators Ills
UI'Uta1l1loJbIC U represented u being "higher than I Iy PAILQ The ASTROLOGER Shady McCoy vbo talked of the problems of sabotage by the
achieving power which la regarded u the "work of tbt derU. I central Board of Education last Spring and tbt OFT this FaIL
Thus,power becomes, at the same UBM. Satanic, monstrous, I But bt also toM me of the commitment of his teachers and the
and treacherous lore, u vail u something vt ardently crtrt. : WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY spirit of the community
Bat sad power hart this double tact? I submit thai power .' DAYS B would bt tragic If this noble transforming ghetto education.B .
U to'U cultivated, Bofeombetted, end that real: danger lita.lapeople's ". offers black parents the same rights suburban parents tajoy-
veakaessea, aol their strengths.Conversely il FORd u elected school board accountable to them. J
people makt themselves safe and strong through I Povtr: ta the Isis bare. ADS ta this, the conflict ta Mtv york
"self-control mirrors the state of tbt civil moremeot
and discipline ot tbetr energies.Tojkmlop DIVA rights today. Communitytootra.rpratott
power, both kindness aad technique an needed. ; Vdttuad bygftetta'parantrttatttrybeallow :
Vl.Wa- Itself ta. technique- Ibt ability to kt toting mad ,, -i -BUSINESS-LOYJ-T .app :un. : *It .* ..tbtPt'hr.' UIt onsbUIUtaaadtbt prtrfiegesthstmlduteebmvutteptopltaaoy.
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Wmplf lets of fclndntts and consideration eu movdowa racial I0iII rII r/OCGIII RI... Ilrlll & 4J :f'
'lllllt. .
Led et eta barriers mat all the "Wc 1t7 aDd a naaJ'tDlU U ... '01

the world cannot,furthermore penetrate.ICtadaets acts. u a eoheeive force,welding people. ', IliNIIIES HIM SCIIPIIIIIR CAPIICIIN'loll UTTERS TO THE EDITOR

Into a powerful unity that cannot t;;tasUy suodertd.: IIU SEPT. ICT. IEC.22i.
Black-power militant arc at their strongest woes they act 2Ut '- APIIL jltl The following message comes from James a Gist, editor of
compassionately toward their fellow black t people Gad all 23rl ICT. 24(1B ( filth .... llii IAN. 18th tilt FAMUAM, the bl-vt.kly Quarter of the Florida Agricultural
mankind for that made). and they art at Ibalr vastest vbaa bank' yovr' start;TMa la ODe Lift pU,. the tone baa beta and Mechanical Ifcrr ersity. Mr. Gist ta E4I1or-Ja.aW.
they try to rally black people aroond common hatred of vtltes. of the moot ilcnlfir ant and m' matt bt btartf alt. Many rather oa the aerloos aide Ton the page. Wbta reallycaaning Bhaa become quite acpartat.tbat there an certain elements
Strength lie U the friendliness, affection, courtesy, moral! dams holiday weds' of tbtyaar.ft'a paraooa girt Up aarrlct to the during tbt preceding quartan bouac, one eauat pili on our campus; students, ta particular, that art not behind our
aDd harmony vt buUd- ad the animosities vt dea rq.'1JI uf. sit only time to buy old coatom of giving thanks for oar making jj tttt1** &! to change' the sweepings under the rug. Governor; Claude R. Link, Jr. B came tnta focus more sharply
vtakness comes from vastefully frittering away one's energies henna, bat to ct loptbarin yaarty Maaatnga. and only bt*' tt for a vblla. B aboald not bt The same goes for old kill.JIr.Jadkta this ever daring the but borne football game.Wbaa the goarmor'spresence
ton hating soaecn.. Justifiably or aot a ..spirit of give and takt.Coimlaa c.... tt moms to bt nptcttdof difficult: wok u ImplTlng boll-. gnxlget anything vas acknowledged some students took this opportunity
J Joined wit* kindneas. to building powtr moat bt technique. Wo boold raallaa that a tbtm. Bat Ltbrana who aatmj! day coming and alltbaprtpara.Uons thai ao longer baa a place ta to boo the state's chief tiecatlrt. Bat I was unable to come lIP
taut beea taught tbat "belief" U enough for salvation. Bat mort'la future apart would bt far lacaIntaraatinf to bart come throogb u ordeal rtqolrtd to keep whole this modem world. Also do with u adequate reason why students would act ao untarorably.,
meded.I or MtU1.IAr. thaw vita flying colors teem that, families busy. White Jot an away with poor diet or Urtng Was It the lad Cat bit aU the students were aware of the Job
Wa must know BOW to achieve oar personal tad coUeetlvt. ODe together ova when Ills sock oSartnga this yaar should u anxious u the mart to obserrt habits that contributed Uttlt JUrk baa being doing ta promoting equal ocporialty for Blacks.
salmon Wt mud lOt only talk about and believe U oar nali: tfUflott to see eye to eye oa tray come from the baart. Ct> a.tIIt.. all Its glory, to wan-being or, ta some Mo, tt could aot bt this btcaust the Connor made a personal
vt meat take the steps Mcaaaary to raallaa tbam.t many thlnta Etrtallnc dlcaa- celled opportuitlaa for gala you prefer to bt more anoaten.tatlons Instances may even bart 6V. appaaranct on tbt campus last year bringing with him all the
To tay for rampl. that black paopla seed mort control"' of aloes aboald accompli much and shining kepi art prtaaotadDon't about tt than. most .,tracted from It. These e mil beads of tbt state departments. Tbt primary purpose for this i
their araaa coovaaleotly orarlooU the fln aUoB of bow Cat la a conatrvcttrt vay. By the dlMfpolnt anybody who people. Tbost who are tarttedvlll subject for thought and mtdtta visit vas to acquaint students will tile opportunlttes of employ:
control will bt achieved end a IIta1M4. true ltenkalrlncrollaar, mails their Tbinkigtvtog to hart beta cartlally chase Uoa lOW and ta some of the meat by tile Statt-and Goremor Kirk vest OB public record
Merely removing the wtlUa votld only leas a raevam la laaata u vail u members of the and should contribute greatly days to follow. Of curs r Instructing state agency beads to actively recruit non-whites.
black: araaa.Aad tbt family groop aboald bt ta real rather tbaa mock caltbra to the Inspiring airs that la Thankagtrlng day ta a special This state-vide program vas Initiated at FAMO.
tanlaf tbt acbooU Into tdaratlonal battkcnwwia vould a mellow mood and vllltnc to Uoa that oat so oftao tncoont created around thin Thanks- occasion rhea Jot may be bap* CoIIIBIHtIDr M employment of minority groups ta the stated
lOt la the leant Improve black: ataotoU acbolaaUe aebltramaat ottar thanks for tbt many bAa art ta pacts where mites art cUbIC tablt. tt may on, py to bt surrounded by these Florida Robert T. OWtr..taiditDtclUle'1'amptIIA.' ft
vr ndtratandlaf of their ktttge.t stop tbe1 at111111".TboM vbo but lOt for long. By them dear to you.'Be thankful for baa aid; "Bt (Kirk) baa triad to find ways to gel aLDorltJI
> there araat taoocb black adacatora ta black tcboola. part ban to bt modtraU for baattbrtaaona the 90th toile aroma tilt dallyand Ibt genutat Misting and lOt members Into gortramtnt vhilt other governors bart found:
d the trooblt that then papa art alomly acs ce, "pHIr aboald lOt brtak tbt LEI ', occupational problems vlll only those that art purely...* ways to step them out"
"
latbtttaldofAfiro-ABtricaabUtory. rulaa. HIM JILT bt back to dampen DM lightest made stark reality, ta some Tit Florida Governor has pledged bpd trtry FAMO graduate,'
'j Tb vay to atrtuchtbaa trturatlonal control U black treat claptrStt.sa'IIIlillS. forma return.AUAIIIS. into some type of Job. Bt has assigned James A. Bas to head\'
accordlntly, U to danlop>> the tachnkytaa end InatUattona that 22i Alfi. IStl lilt ct lce.r tspoaaible tor finding a.plo'.1 for FAbUT'
vUl .&Eck people to aaak tartars la ttacblac sad Make graduates. Bax beads tbt Division of Economic Opportunity '
TilIK tt doublt. The tamUlaa
ICbooI which ta located b tbt C'ootenorolrki
t ;UMoubtedy, thli.
who lilt to ban gvacts sharing
Every parent vbo encourages' Us child to prtpart himself for baa become tbt most
agency progressive ta state goreramenttf'aad
_entry Into the teaching profession ta doing mort to build bkcktrtnrtHnml MIR' A'III west that bounty should oa make tbt big sort day that thla' HIM- KIY.23rl RUM IAN.28tl has beta pose great authority by.Governor Kirk. Bov.'

power than all the black-power orators put topt sr. 21th MAY'2ltltlp1rttsmmr. JnTitatfont ail sent oat vail IEC. 21st successful baa Bas beta ta carrying out tile request of the;
Tit same goes t/ for black economic povtr. B vUl bt built-aot This ual11 11. taongh b adn.Dce.Single 4a, ,. FEI. 1ltlIf Gorunort According to a black spokesman of the Eccmomlc(
through .mn msIlsa or name-calling througb the as* out of tbt moat acrtaablt vtakaof who art oa tile verge of ... New hopes anbon.'lblsbelmgthe dlfIr DC. Snob weeks u Opportunity Office, there art presently five FAMU graduates
arum of
black Intelligence enterprise, and cobsslrtness. tbt yaw, tvaa tboogh there aooelng tngagtmaot or vad- period vbaa many SaglU the prtatot oat are I Massing working out of the Governor's Offlct along. Could this bt the,;
la conaldtrablt work attacbad ding date could pick no battarUmt tartans art celebrating per la tbe........ The aicltemaotgtotrattd attitude of a unconcerned state executive? I DON'T THDOCSO
Brother Wt Need Yea to SOartainlmg u4 teIebnUIII. to proclaim their IntantIons. ,local birthday besides and the work la. Who vas tt that started the JobmobUt Program this summer
PI.aa..Y1Dc lovtd mss o sr, Oabddt of tbt aaaalaaatlt TbanksglTtag makes this a Invohrtd la preparing for sack to tab services to tbt paoplt' for those who would aot tome'Sa
'DIe "BI-RuW-0rpmlauonTOBdpEeomomkRsMbulfatim"; for nothing can bo termed a and bosUt. nankagtrtag Day; BMBorablt time Indeed. Two fasUTt occasion serve to tab oa their ova alter the Governor had pledged a Job for a.,sry'h i ioat.
of BROTHER as.ttta_ called,.vas formed about a Iear ego by, acctaa them they art abatnt.Kztra should loan Uttla to badaalrtd, days eu bt set aside tor lands oar minds off tilt problems Tot bet your Ua t vas Kirk vorklng through former FAMO
a group>> of coaetratd group of buslnttsmta to Imprort' racial fonda and psalms maybe aspacially, tbt table Ukadtd and cbtrttbtd oaaa to aid you. which J stem to hart moved taparmaaantly coach Macro (Body) Williams, sow himself on the Governor's'
harmony ta our city by attacking tilt root of racial strife. Wt aat adds to mute cartaia and the company b aeplrt1d. 'to marking tat occasions: vbich J vitb aa. bosyoa staff. Blacks ta Florida bad beard the farce about Equal
strive for Improved Economic Opportunity, Batter H"-*'* Cat nothing will lit alulsg. at Gboold' then also bt .should bt owl ta aural Usta of things to gat and Opportunity boon; but bad kerned to accept U u another ire:
Equal Educations Opportunity,Adequate Recreational FaeUlttes. tbt last mlnott. When Tteaka.gMnc a vtdding oa this day tbtrt vlll rtspacta. Tbty should chosen friends to bt tartted. Shook But Kirk vas sat list any previous Governor aad it did act tab:
etc, for our entire city. Mayor Tansltr. The Chief of Police. Day Dnally mutes Its also. that mock mort excite.anat. *. ,ta cases where they fit ta vimdreamrtaares. yoa bt tacky enough to be peat DIe Back Community long to realise tt. .
Mrs Safiyt Mathls of tilt City Council, the OJB. Department appaaranct, trarytbUf abomldbt Oa Thank yourself, year task becomes Goremor Kirk has. been oat of the most arid Battler football
cll.aboIr: union leaders and many prominent NKMttrwn. bart ta Up-top brdart lacladtacMM glrlng Day thanka may bt of* tbat mock lighter at titter tans this ...... He baa beta ta attendance at an of the home
pledged tbtlr support to oar efforts, tacky month to ba ncab, YIKI well ,for coming blessings aa cast, Thanksgiving Day pro- games not sitting up ta the stands'with the other dignitaries bat,
projects hart Included as for those that already. garb by finding a comfortable see! toe Battler '
Mgecrime ; Improved police protection inrtttd to store your (aBtrouatablt. mixes to be aa occasion oa beach. Bow many
ta areas, setting uptratalngprogramsvitb a aaUonul The meal rttMla, ta.cladlnf HIM All hart beta heaped epos fOIL that vlll bt talked about for other Governors cu mils GIlt VH.f claim? Doat try to ,
corporation looking into complaints of Job '>"M/f. lbs Mag ot thanks a long time to com!. think bteaast Kirk ta tile first oat to do
Imprortd lighting sod sanltatioa ot our neighborhoods, etc. Our abonld not bt ortr looted. 23rd SEPT. 22il to retrospect after looking back on tba rise record of accom'
present project ta to form Ibt first integrated Volunteer ran "Wbaft real bow CANCEIIIIN ptlstimeats by Gortraor Kirk, It ta rather difficult to rtauaUsr
Department ta the State train rotanteara ta tbt ttthnhMa of lav places a ta urban centers! Ttrf HIT .. PICf[ any Black parson ta Ole Sate of Florida demonstrating against
fire fighting qualify roluntttra for tuturt employment by city bow atautter his policy regarding equal opportunity. Gortraor Kirk... beta
flrt departments, promote the safety of our homes, loved oats, IEMWIIIIN can baorloas be considered or bvtzpanslrt 2.. IILI lliiSbaka .MIK fEI, the catalyst of change ta the State. Bt has sea Dust tbt Hack'
lover fire tasuranct rates raise oar real tatate raluts, give MAT borne la tbt real use of tbt bands.. Tbtrt taaobttter 1tll MAI. 21th bart beta suppressed for many years and at Is not merely
the papa ta tbt area pride ta their COIUIaJtJ and show Ibt Inclined to lit back aid watch coadUkaa unchanged.
laD.'I.UIIoo&"JotaIIoaJdlOt go
Enjoy the
rest of the State what WE CAM word. Bat a place that oat tae of tat peer tot coopltaaadottar Connor Kirk trill
DO. 2ht" .. JINE 2W agtta bt ta the audteact this Saturday'
owns bt tt bt bothered so mock
ever so humble mtmbara oftbtbouebold
We sad TOO to help prove our point that CAM bart afternoon vbea tht Battlers tact North
vt u Celebrate Met. Tat farorabte caa aTh_ la this week lisp ODI Carolina LIT What caavt
successful ere room for to pt togttbar sad agree to ere open '
t volunteer do
flrt u FAMOUS
department u aay ta tbt state.LETTS tldaccl..wanJated tmproTtmtnt, tipanaton, and bury an past grimaces aad.dtBtrtacta. at all times jilt to make sort.Btlatlona loyal and Devoted Florldtaai to let tbt;
SHOW TEEM.- yon ttrt or work ta tilt am of 'Goer or know GIlt vt an behind him ta his efforts to 1IrtDC.
to Job sad home may bt tbt btaatlfUatloa vlth no oat.oatsidt To perpetuate them via tritada aadas.laociaiea ,
Magnolia Gardens Floradalt, Washington Heights. Ltacota a trot state where a maa ta Judged oa bis actions sad sit oa tbtof
oceasloa that sits trerybody of tile would be a si like a km,ftap forvard -
setta4jrbotrer
against
I aulrua Estates and or Grand Park, SIGN UP NOW Besides helping your* ,to baring tret mare glorious baring a.right tUianything, lib ta tmroh your 4. .tsptdaUy tttt caa bt !olo ata aklrt Isuggt4thtJv aUstartsad.ii>tBia %; I Id Ion.tIca
your community, you vlll be part of 1 mew ekepbr'd wIIea .sa ... uZLEFZZ'Uf r. triie
dreams aboat It. De
about tbt Tbt to
to arranged apaadTbaakagMagDay
days
coma. aspacta Indicate Doat target than vbo
ta tbt art tars\
history the BOLD fMIIact tIIat
MEW makes 1&
COT of the sour JACK- q fib er3gkt to ..
; Governor KIrk that
Mot bat at least the of aadaojoytag
SOMVILLEI"fark aot, two sue., pnsalMIHy making a away, Jar tt may trta bt more together making merry his
'easesy be profitable sale DIe btaettts otpltaty. PI'OCI'IJU.'*. aboald give credit 1thsr*
claimed or
tbaa
oat parcnast Ii' .fc-porjant to.taramamfcered.
ibt -
Plications .
:up out.l rob
Jed follavfag locations: DayllgU Super- ralated to tile Job and oat to (Us rtaptct bafort ttt"5aoiairons .. Irarythlng should Being Rare atasltlf tbaa deamtlnaee.lp 10 1 long way II renew.
j wart, Edgevood Avenue;Sliver Star Lounge Xrtaut .... coma IIIe 1M cxthslua Diat might bare ....
ff.Kosy .H. awrtue41IIC1bt'
Ifcortar Sundries. Mth and Moacrtaf lost Refers aay '.. .,. B DIrt ta' oat ItanksgMag Day in, "off U anticipated with mind many yes art aot apt to orer .lun.. PM wan the ',
I by. mall or ta parson to Wt Avenue B ta anpUcaUou Mt*.atmeattobaaaaouacedor .you on sarrotBdlngs' ta bbroaWde. : '}... follovlag tbt aaaal look<< ofltrtag your thanks for c4atuor was,honed,
14r Lies or ..,cttlleIl or person to tbt Silver' a vtdding to lib plact ttvould COIIIIU1 ct .....CCI I $o8trtag. of club for all toesbens ''what vt still katt thus com- ..
flWII"H< CU bra ,
JU.or 1W
*- your aot attract >from tbtcustomary. aarlle .it IIQ' prb' tf mot p1ihgboitwhat vt thinly.
they art
'Itpt+ Mto ,Bobby Rivers or ,BJp Tenet at ill Ocean 'c: : --' ,;r ..- .. lIIIo bart riatved.I Gto Tt The Uait.F"! nL I




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I LOCAL CHAPTER AFFILIATES WITH NATIONAL JACK & JILL OF AMERICA, INC. i I


Eirthi White Skeriton-JicksoHville 'Is

Horsing Auxiliary -

I Seeks Cooperation Scene Of Historic lma0et'The ]

The next meeting tf the Eartha' nationally-known and rnktoe orginlutlon, Jack and. lll,
M. White Nursing Horn be added Its Jacksonville chapter to its Imposing roster when,
auxiliary will be Thursday,' with the pleasant surroundings of the Sheraton-Jacksonville
December 5, at <4< p.m In the! Hotel as a setting, Mrs. Eleanor C. Deloacto of Colombo.. .
conference room of the bom" Ohio,national president, formally installed sixteen Jacksonville
This auxiliary, which was or mothers and presented the charter of operation so anxiously 1
awaited. '
ganised August "
of Mrs. Matilda W.Brown,1415he. This family-structured organisation conventlohs.Children from tWo
Street, baa been busy with has an agenda which to 19 years of age are eligible.A -,tR :
major pi eject, that helping. stresses helping underprivileged mother becomes eligible w ,
to supply linens for the patients children and seeks when the the oldest child becomes -, I a-
of the Home Toe twelre members proper, legislation for the two. Membership ends j
hm expressed gratitude benefit.of all children. Parents when the child reaches to years. I
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for the recponse received.Approximately are required to have Impressiveeducational The group has also establishedthe ...
100 sheets and backgrounds and Jack and Jill Foundation .l '11. JUI """1" IU. mil rum 'IU. milt" Juinf
iis. mi t.111111 III. inn mini in. ituiii SIll ;
pillow eases bar been supplied are expected fobs solldcltltensin with a $10,000 grant to the '' tlsntu luutl r"uciu """'" arc.It'1I[ "Cttiiif ?: I
titunti
rusntiT TICE nmitii
at this time their communities. University of Pittsburgh, which. .
Persons Interested In being of 0 strives to establish high grant Is designed to aid In the r 1r2I
help and working with the auxiliary Ideals among parents and children work with ghetto children and -?
or la contributing to and aids less fortunate underprivileged yamptrswbo
this worthy cause, are asked children to Improve their might not qualify for the Bead .; f
to attend the next meeting.Mrs educational, recreational, Sort program .: I
Brown, president, and officers, social and cultural conditions. Mrs. Deloache sad the \
art soliciting cooperation*Mrs., Philadelphia, In 1W, was the sponsoring chapter of Tallahassee ;
Brow can be reached at founding place of the rapidly directed and guided the ;; l >
456-0675. growing organisation. There, group la programmingactivities ,..... r
Refreshments will to serred.' twenty mothers gathered. An for mother and j'.. ;:
Impressive record has teen teens.and other age gr.The ".
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Beta Alphllell established, la that there are officers and members of ;:
now 127 chapters with about the local organisation are:Mrs. t..
Sorors WillZeta 100 member families Alma C. Daniels, president; kIE11
Mrs. Deloache Is a school Mrs Helen 8. Gregory, vice ..
Phi Beta Sorority's be counselor la Columbus, holds president; Mrs Bennetts Sto- ,
Jacksonville chapterBeta t bachelor's degree from rand, recording secretary; Ik, \lk, l rlflrt li 111
Alpha Zeta toe.will MIld .- Prairie View State College, a Mrs. Betty Davis, coorespond- t llfl .,' dlfr S
gates to the Southeastern master's from Kansas State fug secretary; Mrs. Lydia '1ki.lg tgr "tun"I.
Regional Confernce In Greens- College Manhattan, Kan,and Wooden, flansnclal secretary; 1111111 .',
rule, ,.c., during the week of a master's degree from Ohio Mrs. Dolores Shaw,treasurer; !
November 19 and 10 State tJnltersltylMrs-| Mrs. Berate Jackson, editor)
Among those who will attend laocbe, qualified to teach, Mrs. Lana Martin, chaplain;.
are Sorors Evelyn B. Wells elementary! education, became Mrs. In Grant, parliamentarian
'and Sow Johnnie B. Moore.Aiternateswu1Wsorora. president in Washington D.C.* ; Mrs. Joan Spialdlag,
: la July. business manager as d Mrs.
Martha Fllmore, Eugenia According to the leader the Doris Kallman, historian.
Brown, Bacillus Geneva. Jack and Jill organisation Is Members are Mrs. rrankie t
Wheeler and Grand Battles unique la that U takes along1busbands Randy Mrs. Laurie Hunter,
Mildred Brsd ar, and children to,Ita; ,' Mrs. Joyce' Lawson, Mrs. t
Marlaa Walker and Mrs.Morma I
White. Teenage officers art
WAPE PRESENTS Delrdre L. Sherard, president;
Susan M Spauldlng, vie president !
; Robert A. SeweU secretary ) rrf
; Benjamin B.Sherard, /fa ulrrg tpg111I1td

treasurer and Arnold Grant "t'\' /rfg4

.I Jr., reporter MID. 1111 ,III Hula um
Other teenage members ares
Pamela J. Grant aDd Wendy .

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Ki" ToaKNPODye.mb .1:3: V) .-. .. ; '
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bandleader Lionel Hampton : 7'I
of'"'Flyloi Home" fame may .Sff: .
soon be playing a new White
JACKSONVILLE COLISEUM House theme, BOW that fut>>: V
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fllMV. MOVIMMt I)-I.M M.Ml ha been
Rican Richard ML Hlxco *
elected the aatloa's 17th
CAT MOTNII a TMIMA 1 gl
NlbMT MIWMOtlI President. During the recently 1I1 <<
concluded political campaign, 111,111 hl<<7l '
"Himp" headed up a"Katie-
I PRICES5.004.003.002.50Ia.uu$0Nled | al Action Committee' for Kixoa
who edged Democratic Tic
..OW.IOI>'N.ncui QUO YM _.11III101>uMM..s PAIN.rLii President Hubert H. Humphreyla JIMI HENDRIX EXPERIENCE Rest Siiilisuit AiirtntitsAvailable Benevolettes Social
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Fer ElllbltsReat (Iub Plans Meeting
DUE HERE NOVEMBER 22 The Beoevolettes Social and.

There art Americas rock groups; there ar* British rock Supplement Apartments avallabU la Civic Club will meet Friday
are the City of
ORANGE BLOSSOM the there's the inimitable Jim Hendrix 'tight II
groups; Experience, Jacksonville. These apartments ar* for those who living at home Mrs Mat ti
due to appear at the Jacksonville Coliseum Auditorium oa the lumen*to' u. tocoiMeUglbUforoceupalcy a the of
Friday. $o ember IS, 16. at ':JO p.m. according fo tilt repaUoM. Young, M79 Ktolock Drive,with
"Electric quali Mrs George Warm u co-
Shtlrlsgaudi: kC4atUa. UdybiBd,
Persons la advls as to the'bandllng of
sales for living ReatSapple- hoettu, Members will give
due records and generating advaac .
tyingGold mast Housing will rents housing problems such as poor
pay candle sold
reports oa
unrivaled audience enthusiasmU Record oa the first day .
based oa their Income. Th eIO'trt.llellt ffttannuitfitU1** with the landlords
CLASSIC EXCURSION concert halls II every major of Us release Jumped from sad will nfor- Gll
via pay pert of the provide Mrs. ore Will
city of the United States aidEsrepeJlmiHeidriaEs. umber II to number 1 oaths rationhad
real Is order to permit tamUle* coadltioas la
charts II the first
best-selling tad Individuals who cannot at- housing la the city as wen as
Host Chit Chat
perelac has held Won u week tt appeared to stores, the about
lord to pay tilt fill rent got programs on homing.
the most original and enpredktable first doubt album to actUvtfyfc decent housing to be able to This office will wort U cooperation -
FLA. A&M rock group on 'h aa tf1"iifwl"g tHe leap ttv* under normal. conditions. with other alias and Clab cabers

sine iatemtional the famous pop trio musk exploded seen to Seettle-recording 0r history.I Jlmi Headrix, Th* Jacksonville Citaa their programs. Persons win The Chit CUt Chic Club ..m'the '
League has as Houl&g Coerdtnator. housing problems or desirousof hold regular meeting ...
at the memorable Mootery Pop Mitch Mitchell aDd Koel Red-
: Mrs. Audrey Eotia receiving Information art day night November U, atI .
Music Festival of June 1967. dug both of whom ar*English, .'
The office of coordinator will urged to contact Mrs. Halls ....
Three Gold Record winning albums began their sensational careeroverseas ta the home of Mrs.
vs. "Are ToeElptrieDced." with recordbreakingengagements : serve U a general community at the Urban League Office, Carrie Price. list Martha
: resource Is the am of heating. 129 Pearl Street at 1ta.Lt. or
Street Mrs. D. GUmore is
"Axis: Bold As Lt:1n. aDd the ia Paris, Stockholm
Mrs. Estis will assist families to call a -us&. presided
recently released "Electric and Imdnu aided by tilt
sad ladlvldaals a '
finding
Ladylmd- have added to the arcing success of a series of .
housing to suit their needs and f.t
ALCORN COLLEGE poop's phenomena reputation. CONTTNVED ON PCl14 their Incomes.Further .
J
.. Ilri.Edis: win also
1 Parents DIYPIHI.d

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ALCORN MISSISSIPPI When only the At .

purest will do: ). 'I..4YASI1311 Ihriigslofl School This'is


MIAMI FLORIDA, DEC. 1l" $-$ P.M. helps prevent* KTIOUUM diaper JOIY j' .J. .at Parent's Smart Pope Day wW Urtagstoa be observed tiemeatary Jthe nicest, %

( rul..lrom di.perchaege School on Tuesday smoothest
to diaper chance.*,with e November tf. The purpose U. ", .
SEAIOARI COAST LINE RAILROAD -V continuous film providing to acquaint parents with the1 '
a moisture chield. Epcciklly .. school program aDd to buildup i bourbon
formulated for totter lutod-.....-com-
complete purity No wonder unity relationships* ever to come
MUSrC-DANCING-FUN-ON TRAIN 9 out of 10 motherstinsist The regular school day will

f 111ne' Petroleum 011 genuine Jelly'Yaw. bade at ,:4) a All parents lout of .
who ar* interested la the activities
I
You
a little more ttau 1
py
Raid. Trig Fr. $3'.40 2 FOR I5f.l0 for other jelly bread...but of your petroleum I wffl at be Smart prtvUeged Pops to Lrrmgjtoa visit.-? [Kentucky.Find

4 U worth Ilk They are also avtted to star
t .t. the dettdous turkey daatft
tNctOiui(I : !... (cce..tI.} .. lis Siriici 'ti htil! H' Sttliu) At the das CII... day, the
fUth grade class, usder th* .
dlrectlea of Mrs. ElotosDesmark

|y Ink Oily S11. 0 $34.40 Fw ((2)) ThaaksKMag will Playlet.Mrs. present. a fI .

iadie
TiUU is prlacl-
pal; Mrs. Alice Banas. chairas outforyourself.

ALCQIUI'I' REOOBD-CEFEATED: GRAMBLWG 95-11;'SOOT: ERH U. U-14; JACESOM and Mr,.Den. tbl Brooks
STATE 9
'EDBDJG ONLY.TO TEXAS SOUTBZRN Delia Cka,ter


FOR FURTHER INFORMATIOM: CONTACT HIP SAMS OR BEAMON mm .MAT TIll FLORIDA i WIN Mitt It,. 28
STAR MEVSPAPCR, Utt MOMCRIEF ROAD P.O. BOX UI, SS01. POSITIVELY ., 7 iI :
MO PERSONAL CHECKS. MONET OBDEES OR BANK CASHIER'S CBECB.CBXCE WITH I Delia .CUI W1 Chapter 1Min .
TOUK LOCAL STATONS FOR AHRiTALAIWDEPARTUHEOFTADO.RESE&TATIOIS' ii and Thaakagtvh Day at .
M3TT.BE .MADE BEFORE MOVEMBER XSTH. S ,... at 410 Broad an.t.Tnp1e. M MOOT O IMS ECHO SfHIMfl asnu w.lOUtSVNlt.: KV.
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". I I.,. C. Miller, Jr., 'Ik.s. .Over.
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Heln Of Chirck-Syiieie ,
followtoe message, "A Tint To Bo btolTtd," bu bee

prepared by Rer. R.C. Ussery, Bolster, aDd president of Hit CHICAGO *1?. Clyde B. Mffler, Jr. recently was'named
Bible Way Association, u Integrated religions and Incorporated director of ProJect Equality,a JII1J nrIde.Interrellgloui .
I 'la organisation. The church U loctted at 1171 East tith Street, ,Sort to put the economical power of ehurche. aDd syaarog.es' .. -\
IcIIYDJe. .
fF. Visit employment opportunities.Rev.
for
For t few days la eirly April oar nation ptued to give Us.attention behind the drive In
listed
a buyers'
1 vita tutute'sbond Min 40, ordained to .then guide,
to the chain of events which began aa the
to
distributed religious
to a Memphis hotel While may who sofF5wed eonclraedthemselves the Dotted Church of Christ,
la turn favor
!Indies who those
,
wlfli the funeral and sprayer memorial others chow was formerly deputy director -
i a. Afferent meant of eipresslon. City after city was heed with of PE. Before Joining the pro-' !!ededUrmi.
t ''lateral disorders which were to wlde-ipresd that author* gram It February of this year, Rationally, some 4,000 firms
t ttie* oflea could not handle the situation and the national par* be as executive secretary of are listed la the 1961 guide.
I.sad ma rttolar troop had to be called mi to help recta the Church Federation of I I Rev. Miner Is a graduate d
I ..cItr. \ .j n Greater Chicago's department Talladega (ALA.) College and
Expressions of sympathy came from those vbv. employment senkes.Rev. (Chicago Theological Seminary.Be .
famous U veil U from unknown. Many I Miner is aboard member was formerly assistant
expressed sadness and sham* that | of the minols Conference of minister of the Church of the
happen la America.Many who t 16m this j the United Church of Christ and Good Shepherd here,and Is now
article btlonf to those who espresced their II"ft1'I I Is oa the executive council of pastor of the Kenwood United

dismay bat in a very real tease, If oar reacttas I .. the UCC,Chicago Metropolitan Church of Christ
wu cosy t one of grief and dismay, then we turn 1 4 Association and was chairman Be Is married and the father
not yet come to grips with the problems which* d the National Council1 of two children. Be lives at 1MI
One of the strongest complaints of ctrQ rights workers such Churches' commission & East 4Kb Street In Chicago's
U Dr. Martin Lather King Jr., was that the peat mass of social structuresThe interracial Kellwood Com-
.Americans who.voiced their approval of his. goals were join PE program which amity and a board member of
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1 waling to passively remala oa the sidelines rather than becoming W*' --tra.. .. .-- operates U 14 cities la ad- the Aacona lloot.uor1lc11oo1.
active partklpants. The retvK has bees that the few who were The Mate Chorus of St. Paul m Church will celebrate its CIIa1nuL harass Hans Is president .... A.C. Chandler dltloa to tie Cklctgo'headquarters
wflltof and able set oat to do battle with firmly entrenched eighteenth anniversary oa Sunday November 24, at 1.10 p m. Is pastor. commits the Second Baptist
system of prejudice, sefrefaUoa and discrimination. Their In the lower auditorium of the church A.L.Johnson Is Program purchasing power of participating
straggle bu bees difficult and lonely, only occasionally drawing f ell glous Institutions to
the wider support as la the Selma March which showed the Mt. Morioh Youth Second liptist ScheJiles SIR, equal opportunity la an aspects Church Choir
aatloa tome of the great injustices of the established system. of emp1OJ18"url1 ZOO
p Bat more oftea then not, the movement ran Into the resistance CalendarEvents reUgloos bodies of an falttsparticipate.
of those who had serer helped bat lOW claimed that they cooldo Plan Special Day As Amid Eoiicitloid PlY Plans Annual Tea
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long,? support the movement becaase they were demanding Suppliers of goods atdservices
Choir Mo t of Union Community Second Baptist Church, IM Kmgs Road,win celebrate Education Choir Mo Sot StcoDd.BaptI&t
too and and demanding It too fast. to churches, epmgopar
Ifobtmber 24 wlllbe the
AME Church willalsbrite Day,Sunday, Strong emphasis placed on
Tilleelebratelbetonadlet
If the tragedy of the King assassination evokes say feeling.Ihea ,parishes and their related Church
Us twentieth anniversary value of Christian Education and will brought onus the messages
110 to B.X>
M It be a call to all who win listen, to stop) slttuf on the schools hospitals and otherInsUruUoos Sunday from .
U atspa. of the day
Sunday. November fill
CONTINUED nIT WEEK Rose of Sharon The theme of education will worship at 7 pa.The baptismal are asked to pm.Appearing on program will
Rev. E. Kails of Zion Hope begin with the Sunday School serlvce will be held 'Tuesday .oat l falMmployment racial pledge and, be: Henry White, music; Albert
SISTER IESS1E Baptist Church win deliver the The Rose of Sharon Bible Club at I:to S... Rev. II;. II..,- night at 7 p....Rev Sams win Own report their to PE.BUSUMSS Boater, prt7etRev. Washington -
me..II" Other participants will meet Sunday at 4 p.m lathe pastor, will review. the lesson. administer f the riles.Secotd 'ethnic Job firms statistics ateoaresakPdto : Williams, ScriptureMrs,
She Tit read your satire Ufeast,present and will be Rev Orion Johnson, home of Mrs Eddie BmalL Consecration rites for thedeseom Baptist' monthly affirmative Mary J. Jones,welcome; Miss
their
'r.tuiIda ao ejuesUoo W i U.t, Jot Mrs Estelle Jones, Mrs lAN 1214 Puma Street.Mrs. Naomi deaconesses, for the business meeting will be at outline Regina Copetand. solo; Robert
what you wart. to know, giving dates and facts ofbusbtess all L. Rosier, Miss Evelyn Alexander 1s president. Mrs* ushers and the choir, will beheld I;90 p m. The Sunday School actions and to undergo periodic White, reading; Miss Gall
love, health and family affairs. Wfll Cla...., Little Miss Conlta Mary Trapp 1s reporter. at 10-43 t m. The morning Officers and Teachers' Council merit employment complianceISYIITS Cooper, solo;; Ronald Charles
help you find lost art. Tens you whom you wet' B. White, Deacon Robert worship begins at 11 ..... will be Friday at 7 p.... The similar to those' caetIJ.UaI. .Taught, instrumental;Mrs.
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marry and win tt the one you love ls true what I Brooks, James Harvey, CbotrMo Pallbearers with Dr lime delivering the election of the superintendents darted' .federal gofersCooperating Margie FerreO, reading and
to do to be successful.Win reunite the separated, I of Mt Olive Primitive message.The win be held ia this meeting :- businesses are Mrs AWl Faye Maxwell sotot
locate absent friends and relatives, tad cause Baptist, the serving choir The Pallbearers Society Mo. Baptist Training Union Mrs. Alberta J. Williams, re.Ferur ,
bapptoess betweea. mat sad wife. Helps makeup 11 win meet Monday alght begins at MSpnu, the evening porter. Associate
lovers' ...,... Tens If sickness aDd badtack ,\ Union Community November 15, U the Mt Olive!
: art D&tvI1lDtaJet, or If there la u emmfiueac Primitive Baptist Church, lathe Ill ZIoi liptistCkircli
*. Does act teehpsueyoob..wfll Gil Us troth. One) basement at 7 p.m. The
rid win repay you for ttsappoiatmeaU U all others.BaTTO' Honors founding church 1s located at Fourth! Plans HomecoMiiijFERXANDINA
read your life Uke u raw book,but also help you out of your The Tooth Department of Mt and Myrtle. Mrs EUsa Rash
TROUBLES. Come sad are wtqr you are ao tanappy" ,wheawrenthing Moral Baptist Church., 1W Is president' WICK! Zloa Baptist Church will hold its

tick sad worried seems whea to go you wrong.cat be Why bekjwdjud be sad aDd everything downhearted made, West ft* Street will observe amid Homecoming Day Sunday, Movember 14, fhroughoat the .tt4

Wear consulting TBB GIFTED MEDIUM.: Everybody welome. Youth Day Sunday. November TREES ARE day.
'. MO MAIL ANSWERED. I make ao hoses ce li.Doal 14, at 1p.m.Maay The Family Boor will be held bring words of apprectatioa.
'mistake the address. SBTER BESKE Is located aorta ofCanatoa young people from at 11 tjt,wtthRev.". elllpl, Rev. 3.". Marshall, pastor of r
: oa U J. '!, ./1 mUe from City of Canahaa. FlorUs- other churches will participate EVERYBODY'SBUSINESS pastor, of the Beaten Baptist the church, win give the closiaf
IPhonet7l-tt. oa the programAxepast will Church, of Jacksonville remarks .. ?
ITCH FOR BERSUanFftONTDT BQU3 Atroy'Jhistr. be served fellewlsg the. r speaker. The welcome address c Mrs.RostBCo.kieylectaln.&
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) irOllIJlOK1nWr1IDTIL .'. lOpea .,.., i r ;,'1t11I'W glvea by Mrs. Betel .mea: 1I1at:0We: lamuel. .$1chelrmu. X1'1t
duly from I s *. to 10 ...,, including luadays.iTBB a_ .... LsiId"Dailnt of the1Bostonettos FLOROA msT.. among Bealamia, the Occasloaby Miss so- Both will make t
MM Gospel Singers will Beulaa A btrtSl.Mr. remarks. MuSe for the day wUl
.CMPPmO{ EKTITUtrOU.TOAIJ.OOREADWQlor be the speaker. oIIlbt.* In ?pee plentlng. .. Annie B. Card win be .. funlshed by the combined

soloist. Words of appreciation choir of the church, with Mrs.
d. OClO=oraor::: "'szorsoaoaoaoaonor::: :raq : will be eiprested by Mrs. Gloria Grant at the organ tad
Virginia IW" Mrs. Marguerite Rice at the
The evening worship will begin fi I.uo.. Other
YOUR I BILLS at I p m. Rev. .... Smith come from Ji ebmv t ilete
o ; aa associate minister of DaySpring the surrounding area.

n .1 UP TO I win speak.Baptist Mrs.Jacksonville AA Wade Church Of God
win give the welcome addressMrs.
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million members aatSoDI1J1, the post of Senior ksoimts for Specialised FkUSerrtee* for
St Joha Baptist\ Church will has elsctedaaew leader- the Episcopal Church as a r.*tilmiii choice of the Executive
BIRD; r celebrate ItsaaaualBome- Bishop 1.0. Pattersoaof Council.
o DO coming Sunday November 14. MtmpbJa.
DD throughout the day. The guest BiahapPattersm'sdittiesand
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will be Samuel L Reed of SL. Balky of Detroit sad Bishop Does
Matthew Baptist Church.Curtis ..... Crouchof Los Angeles u CocaColahave
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lsYolonieSick iI ? Catvia Kinky will be guest .were announced at the close the taste
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Churches, Clubs, Fraternal Organizations, Plan For 'Thanksgiving Weekend : I


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Rev. D. B. Barnes Honored New Mt. Olive laptlst CkirchCelebrates ;


CHURCH NEWSSWEETFELD r"T 'o I Two Anniversaries. I

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) BAPTBT The New Mount Olive Baptist Church will be the teollllt I
anniversaries of the church. and
R. McKinnon oIUleDUtor.Rt'r.W.L. Oantoa.
School at 9.10 Superintendent
Sunday begins -, .
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and staff of teachers m chart. The mornlnf worship begins at Ministers accompanied by. Church. I
11 a.m.with devotions led by the deacons and with consecration. their congregations officers, Friday's services will witness
n the Prayer Room for serving choirs and ushers, and the D.B. and musicians win. participate.The the presence of Rev. Smith
Barnes Choir and Others. Usher Board Mo. 4 and Choir Mo. 4 celebration will extend and First Timothy BapUstRev.
will sera throughout the day.The ,morning message will be. from November IS through Bryde and SummervlUe Baptist!
delivered by the pastor Rev. D.B. Banes followed by baptism.Urt. December 1. and Rev. Glover sad hit
Morel Williams requests all candidates to meet at 10.15 On Monday night, November Pleasant Baptist. Oa Monday.
&.m. to the chore annex with the deaconesses. AH deaconesses 15, participants will be: Rev. night Rev. Lee McQueea and I
be at B JO and Levant and St. Mark Baptist;
will uniformed. The erentof worship begins p.m. Royal Taberaaele wfll bo
feUorsbV wm> be f&nulstered fof new members The Pastor' Rev. Edward, St. Joseph'sBaptist present, u well as Rev\ ,
and Deacon's Council will meet Monday at7.30p. The regular and Rev. Croom and Samuel and Second Bethel. Baptist
business meeting win be Tuesday, at which time the election of, e eI Jerusalem Baptist. and Rev. TroweU and St.
Rev. D.B. Banes and Sweet-
officers WIll be held. All districts and atxlllares are asked to Luke Baptist. "
hold their lections on or before the fourth Sunday and send la field Baptist will be present r
their election reports by Sunday December 1. Tuesday night. The pastor of
Paul A.M.E.
West St Mark and his congregation St.
will be present u win
KSWMT.OUVK BAPTIST
.... Bliss Jennie Rev. Talbert and St Pe Ie tOwn
Sunday School begins at 1:30 a with Taylor, Will Host
superintendent la charge. The lessoa will be renewed by the I
pastor, Her. W.L. Gtantoa.Tbe r1l1l..mctbe&1Dl at 11 a.m. Wednesday night. Rev.
Colossian Youth Revival
Crawford and Baptist
with the deacons chop The pastorwmdellrer the ateus i.
The youth choir wBl be In charge. Moslc will be finished by will participate. Rev R.Walker The Allen Christina Endeavor

W.... Davis. The inning worship bectns at 140pm with the and Greater St. Matthew and League Is presenting. B youth
Rev. R.L. Herod and Mt Morlah
deacons chugs of devotions. The pastor wttlspeak. The youth revival on November 14 at 4
The D.B. Banes CIabwWt. members shown above, of the '
Manes family will also take
Mrs. the with members of the club and with Baptist pert.Three
choir will be In of AME
moslc. at st. Paul
charge Sweetrteld Baptist Church, presented the pastor, I... D.B. ministers and churches pm. Couch
the 6.B. Barnes DsberBoard as guests Shown above from the
Barnes daring the anniversaries, the church. and the pastor, left, are: Mrs PrUenia Bolsey, secretary; Mrs bail Rolsey, will be present Thursday night, Myrtle at Itth.. Talent of the
FIRST BORN TEMPLE with city win be featured. Miss
aa all-station color",&IIIS also other gifts to Mrs Barnes
Rev Alexander Cedar
Sunday will be Tooth's Day. Eider Len Smith 1s president Mrs Vlrglree Holsey.vkepmtdestMrs BarnesRev Banes, namely: Brenda J. Harris, president.
and members of the family. The church membership also presented
Hurst Holiness Church Rev.
Sunday School begm at 10 a..., D1e..onIJIrwor.1p at 11 a.m. them with foodstuff and other gifts. The anniversaries honoree Mrs Viola Tate president; Mrs Rosle L. Grant, Rev. A.C. Chandler Is pasta.
Jones lit. Morlah AME Church
treasurer and Mrs Doris
Gray. t shown are Mrs RM7 Jonas ,
Devotions will be Mby the you people The sermon will bedet.JJMef1jf were successful spiritualty and f1DaDcIa11,. Mrs Viola Tate, Mrs. Mary A, Grant and Mrs Lade Johnson.fclivllies and Rev. Simmons True Bind *'***** .
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The ncw at 4:30 with ,
as appotntee. beCtU p. piesident, has. planned for a Christmas dinner for the pastor.
Vrs Margaret Smith'A! president. The evening worship beglna f .
at I p.m. Aa appointee will speak. Elder IUD, pastor. St. ThoMis Honors AnnealsOf Of The. m. -- -



E1UNUEL BAPTBT Pastor ANd! Membership" >HWSTWCITMNWl' '
The teachers and the: Prayer meeting will be held at the usualboor Apostolic Church FREE CHECKING

with the pastor and officers U coup, on Tuesday..01 The 1UtJaDIIlnrlUf of the Si Thomas Missionary _
Wednesday Choir Mo. S will rehearse at 7 p m. and Choir Mo.X Baptist Church and the twenty-sixth of the pastor, Rev.W.C.
at I .. The Noonday Prayer Ueetlnc win be held onThursday. Meal, will begin Sunday Bight Hovembar 14. at 7.30 p m, and Of God IB Christ,, with 'minimum balanceof

Choir Mo 1 rtfbearses atI p m. The male chonu continue throut December 2.AUhrvksivIllbe.lsat 7 JO' D m. The annual conference of the .
will meet with Deacon Sessions Satardiy at 730 p... St. Thomas. Might win be' Baptist; and R... B.: Hartley, Apostolic Church. of God la
Deacon Sesslansi i l1"el II U40 Forest Street. On Svadty the featured on November 14,with Friendly Baptist. Christ, lOSt Benedict Road, $99* or morel
Sunday School begins at ISO a.m.with Urt.Mamie Fields and all choirs. and ushers ...nIDc.A oa Wednesday Bight, November Jacksonville, Dr M.C.Cooper,
Deacon George Smith m charge. The tenon .will be renewed Service of Light will be presented 17, five ministers and five Bishop and founder, terminated
'tabs aa appointee. Consecration takes place at 10.1S a.m tnd with Mrs BortesseMeal congregations are on the church Sunday, November 17. The; NATIONAL
morning worship begins at llt.., with the deacons tacharge. serving U narrator. Rev.J. agenda namely Rev.C.Brown, Conference brought numerical, MARINE BANK + .
Baptist will be held la the morning worship. The BTU .C.Sams and the congregation FlrstMew Zion Baptist;Rev.D. spiritual and IDI.1trtal1DertUI
begins at 8 p.. with Deacon James Phillips da&tre.ne of Second Baptist Church. will J.Graham, Mt. Ararat Baptist; to the church.'. B was also 4 JACKSONVlllE ,
evening worship/ begins all JOp m Choir Mo. the Junior Choir,. have charge btu aft.t-eervke. Rev. t.L.Smith, First Timothy stimulus to both the old and
Usher Board Mo. 1 and the Junior Doan will serve. Miss The anniversary calendar of Baptist; Rev. *.L. Williams, new laborers to go forth and
Loretta BoUlns aDd C.B. Fisher will be II charge of mule the church. allows for the appearance Bethlehem Baptist; and Re,. do a greater work for Christ Ir.r I

t, of many of Jacksonvllle's Fred Williams, Bethel. Baptist during the ensuing church. year.; w.r,,, --.r.a.rr: I
MEW REDEEM BAPTIST outstanding ministers Church Sweetwater. I-. The many friends of Evangelist .. ,
..me.'WDdI, bath wits the Snaky School at 140a.m. with and congregations u well as On Thursday night, November A.M. Pear lOa may be .
the seperlntendeat: la chirp assisted by .,staff. The lessoa for the appearance of aotablscttlteas It, Rev. ..1.. Badger and taD Interested to know that abe
will be renewed by the parlor Rev C.L Mormaa The mooing of Jacksonville, muck grtfiUoo of Emanoet Baptist has. been assigned to Mission ,
worship begins at 11....with the deacons la charge of devotions. Una and. .laymen.On ..' and Rev. J.C. Fbmey of the Number I 'at ItOJ West ttod r'I
Choirs and Usher Board $o. 1 will s rve. The KJ. Mormaa Monday alga pastors and Mew Jerusalem Baptist tad Street Jacksonvine. Likewise, .. : ,, ,, '
Chore will sing la the evening service. Districts holding churches scheduled are: Rev. congregation win participate.Friday ,Evangelist CJt. Cellars was .4S t'
meeUngserill be Mo. 3, $, /,',aDd 5. The evening worship begins R.L. Wilson, West Friendship night November 19."Will appointed to the task of assisting a : :"
II I p... TU pastor will apei Prayer,meeti*will be each Baptist} Rev. W.M. IU" MI. be h the. ,occasion ,of,the the Mission la New Port
Tuesday alght at 7.JO, followed by BttU Il17at I p.tm.ll.acar CWsty'1i tW;Rev.L.lat, 'tmtfmai* ofHeV JJ7 Jones."tYtfrcMgregatlav'i Mews; Vai The other workers ;.
of District'No..,4 will U a charge. ftaMfeWrngteYBTblDecember ttnalBaptl* ;Hev O.Price, >f'Mtloch wen appointed to Melt loraerpositions. ,
11.TABERNACLE. St.'Matthew thptlst;'had Re,. Baptist;' Rev. AT.Reddlck and 1
AB. Colemaa. CLOoh Baptist. congregation of Grant Memorial The schedule for service at havev
BAPTIST ',Oa Tuesday tight "evpmbs' AMK and Rev. I.". Mabrey Mission lb IwUlbe as follows:
The V.X. YOU C aad Witting Workers Club wlU meet with Mrs. M, listed to appear are Rev.E. ., and congregation of the Mt Prayer Service each Tuesday ...1
Carrie B. Ptakaey, 1OT Steele,Say II 3:30. AU adult choirs ,Simpson, lion Bops Baptist; lion Apostolic Faith. sight at ':30 p... and service
will observe their anniversaries Jointly the church auditorium Rev J. Bryant, St. Mary Monday. December 1, at Bight, each Sunday beginning at 10.10 tf
Monday Bight, December I, at I p m. All districts win observe three ministers and their congregations a.. and at Bight at 7 JO pja. J
their anniversaries la the chare auditorium on December Sat Rev. Witerfortl art eipected to Evangelist K.M. McNair was ,
I p m. Christmas rehearsal wm take place'Tuesday afienooa participate. They are: Rev. W. appointed u state evangelist ,...... t
at 440 p.m Sunday School begins at t.W a.m. with Mrs. Bessie C. Mitchell Little Rock Baptist;' for the Church. Dr. Cooper soitie
Solomon ta charge. Charles Reed will review the lassos The Will Deliver Rev. TJt. Lee, Spring HW, anticipates a greater spiritualbarv.st J
pastor will speak ta the service at 11 AU ;
morning BJB. youth !Baptist and Rev. C.A. Waiver U the nest Conference
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choirs and Uher Board Mo. 1 will serve. The BTU win be 'J Hay Spring Baptist. If':') .
Sunday at 6 p m. The youth choirs will rehearse Wednesday Masonic :Address. .

at 8.JO p m. The teachers meet at 1.41: pa. Prayer meeting "' ....
li at '.)),... Rev, W. Tog, pastor Rev. Solomon C. WaUrford, : ., .
.above, a graduate of the Bea- .
FRIENDSBIP BAPTBT lamia F, Ue Theological

Services Sudsy will be as usual with Rtf.1k.ba.rd, ua1It&Dta1aI.It. Seminary of Edward WatersCollege :
and 1s MSA
sow pursuing
.., delivering the morning sermon. Rev. Bradchaw will ,
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deliver the evening ....oa. Weekly Prayer meeting Is Tuesday ,
night at 7 p m. The Deacon Board meets Wednesday night, with G yt1ES e i
the trustees and deacons. The monthly conference Is Friday fun
ftgM Bet H.Robinaoa, pastor. EwEOOMS
'ttCHSNS E00 It G
COL SUNS BAI'TIST. : 10N9E
Sunday: School begins at I;JO > my)urtth superintendent and: *
teachers la charge. The morning worship begins at 11 ....ne. GaragesCONCRETE
evening worship begins at I p.m Choir Mo. 1 and Choir Mo. I WORK
and Usher Board Mo. 1 will serve during the day. District Mo PAINTING I .
1 and District Mo S and Usher Board Mo. 1 will celebrate their !
ALUMINUM
anniversary on November 13, Mondyat7.SOpja.Elder Toth art SIDING
and her congregatloa win be ta charge music. The church aad S COMPLETE REMODELING
the pastor win worship with Mew Mt ant Baptist. Revxaantoa'
Is pastor. Prayer service will be Tuesday at':30 p.m. Rev.R.J. i ii

Crawford, pastor, ESTIMATES

BOLSETCME FREE iI
NIGHT (
Sunday School begins at ':10 a.J8. with Mrs. Births Griffla aadteachers A Up to f eT I
la charge. The morning worship begins at 11 a... with t.Yon .
the pastor ape "T The evening service begins at 1.30 p... I NntS f
The Board of Christian Education wit sponsor a Turkey Trot REV, SOLOMON WATERFORDadditional 4 f

Friday alght at the home of Mrs. Fannie Seydell at ttt EaversoaStreet. studat the Luther 10% DISCOUNT l

Rev, Dave McElrta, pastor.
'Rice Seminary, win deliver NOW thru "
the Masonic address Sunday, KOV.UPHOLSTERING .
MACEDONIA BAPTIST _
14 at X at the t
Choir Mo I aad its 9 and Usher Board!Co. 1 have been asked November p.m. I
Gordon AME
Church
to accompany the pastor to St. Thomas Baptist chard Wednes Henry
ISrd and Wilson Streets where fI
day alght November 17 for service ou the aaniversaries of. 4
be Is B Is the custom
t' ebarCL pastor* I
the pastor and of the Services Sunday wfll begla with the .'
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Sunday School at 9 JO a.m with Tyrone Merchant and Us staff J lbs "
and dedicate the
I of teachers la charge- Consecration services win begin at :
fourth Sunday la November of
t. 10.41... with the pastor m charge.Devotions will be conducted
each for giving thanks
by the de&cCIIII.1IuSc win be furnished by Choirs Mo. X aid Mo. year I
unto God Rev. Waterford built
4, with James Kitchens at the tastrumeats. Usher Board Mo. Swill 'I
of the finest churches lathe
serve. Deaconess Board Mo. I win meet after the morning cos
Lake City district. The
worship. The BTPO Agar will boils at 8.30 with Mrs. M.L. ;
ls iavtted. _
Polite la charge along with Mrs.Dorothy Hammonds and Mrs. public :
Sarah Strickland. The evening worship beftas at ISO. Bothmajor .
services win be delivered by Rev. Burgess, assisted by : ::"K
'.... William Barb'tte Monday Bight at 7 p.m. the Church. CALL : +
Society will ....OB Tuesday at 7 JO the weekly prayer meeting TROPICALEL
la held, along with BfhleStudy.CtaWedneadayat: I pja. Choir Ho.
1 aad Choir Mo. 1 will rehearse. Qa Thursday. at I pja.the 6.1876
teachers mist 01 Friday at I p.m.the Friendly' Usher Board : t
; Mo. I will hold. Us meeting. Mrs. Bessie Merchant 1s r.partsrrads :

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charge. The lessoa topic will be reviewed by the pastor. .DOWN CUSTOM UPHOLSTEtiOAUSrttNOSANOrtAMIStaTADUO 9' ,.
The morning devotions bails. at 11....with Deacons A.VUbura ,*, ...--. .
sad C. CaBMua m charge. Both major sermons wm be delivered SM vir'' COTTON AND MOSS WHUINHMD <\I "
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win be gtvea honoring the pastor.Rev. WQ..ra..A program ...... Your favorite soft drink tastes great in convenient, spac+saviqf,j jquickchill '
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program pja notetufn steel cans. Have some fun at your home. 4
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Good eomblnatlona: Banana *,with an appealing character Poets hart swig paeans of prate n'Mf corned paeram Meredlran: from lwfr.
oranc J Jilts; Banana-peach unlike food anywhere else in theworld. to soap;Ju aromas are the nuking
of many a childhood IMIHOITI no
nectar; Banana-pineapple; Merits ae -r European meal be* MINESTRA DI P01tflDORO FREDDO ,
Banana-cranberry Medley tint without M. It1!an International
Juice.
Tortillas,Tacos,Tansies, [ova affair-with homemakers (COW TOMATO SOUP PICTURED)
EachOadeiTortfllae cvei vwlicia, except America.: sera I cleaned carrot sliced
1 favorite pancake mil 2 lOVi ounce cant beef consomme
cap the mainstay of the faif loup a* a matter of conn. .d slices onion "
1 cap milk Our once-N-a-whil coup habit 2 cups water
Merlon diet make excellent 4* celery chopped
cup
Italian tomato paste
boOs down to a conflict between 4 tablespoon
1 .& slightly beaten party bore. d'oeuvite. Frozen in facts and fancies,lay the people at 2 medium cloves: garlic:crushed: Salt to taste
1 tablespoon melted shorten easy boil bast tortilla stay be Protreno kitchens, horn of Ih.EuropealHtYle Lime slices
served plain, haled with chili or that
tng soups are second Cover end simmer fifteen
beans,' Quartered and wrapped in our favor theta lophhticated Combine all 'Ingredients in e saucepan :
1 ClIP diced bananas (Z .to 3)) around cocktail frank or and It teens that many of Salt tf necewaw Cool and TtMftrM until fmpmva
In a shaker or mlxlfifc bowl, with a variety of tempting dips. M : fnt.:;)soap at a hunt and Stminutes. serve in chilled bowli with lime llc"-: voJtl
t combine pancake mix, milk Frozen taco., tamales and encH. heartwarming concoction tilling if made several hours before serving.. Makes about eight cups.:
fit?' ,4 lads simply for long cooking and complicated
egg and shortening- Dab or preparation a art of tradition
need lobe bated
blend until nix Urea moisten */ that w*cherhh,bat that can V .
before serving, make the busy homemaker:thin ZUPPA CREME Dl POMIDORO FREDDO
teSt fold la bananas. Drop batUr -. and each make twic Happily, ihovgh the new (COLD CREAM OF TOMATO SOUP)
from lar re spoon onto llfbtly an excellent European type on the mpei market
greased griddle; cook until change-of.pace main coa.... For abel,," let M have our soup and 1 l5Vi-ounce can Progrwso itatpoonsugarpizza salt
an easy.to-prepare meet accompany : ,too sauce ti teaspoon
golden brown, taming once. your Mexican dish with a \\I more and mac continental J cups milk tablespoon crapped chives
NEW YORK (ED down average teenager would Ju1IUIOOft grab a piece of a handful of potato Makes I to 10 pancakes. To erifp end dank* appearing in cant par* or grttn
chips and wash H with soda for breakfast sit down the cede/ Standard American benragecoWhYd: ticular favorites are luHaa ptaunl-
orange as to a- make smlllnc banana lace, cut en ked up the Combine Ingredients and mix thoroughly. Chill, covered to
Breakfast There's nothing so dullrville as the of bacon and juice and milk to thaw who pea and Chlckarlna a special
"out": of spector. eggs pridethemselves crotrrUe slices for eyes a meal I with a chocolate desserts a chicken soup with tiny meatbaUt refrigerator/ for several hours. Just before serving, sprinkle with
on being definitely the ordinary.So
Mexican favorite, and you'rebound : of tits work ewociated with ... .
ft behooves the Mother of the House !Invent her tip for nose, and slice length most chi. Makes five cups.CROSTINI
by necessity to some more intriguing ways to getting to have the family aakthf toup-fraklng It done for ... And
youthful boarders to start off the day right with a nourishing breakfast The Tint rule is never to state that vie for grin- __ t for a repeat performance eopn., were beginning te find oat,too
what yov're cooking up is"good for you" es that's the automatic kits" of death for anything. that soup dorwii bare M b*.y onymmn : (CHEESE TOAST PICTURED)
One of the happiest solutions to the breakfast dilemma Is Banana Funcakesa literally smtling-laced dish HEWSDEADLWS Homemade Seep with faibig.SofM < Butter
make easier 1 fold Decease of ThanktlTlac, an Hearty of the most Inlcrrxing a slices: whit bread
to eat Wonderfully tempting too arc Banana Muffins where you rimply cbmeIttll'lOlPe
In a.cJO. ChimiHa Brand bananas Into your favorite i muffin batter. Because teens ere bread- Berg brought to the Florida CM the lad email bit of leftover soups are the chilled broths alight Orated Parmesan
Caleratryyonr hand at making a banana bread for bmtfal.Ind even the old slogan,"Let Them Eat star mat be la the office Monday turkey cercaee In homemade Far\ firM course for than any : crusts from bread end spread butter on both sides of
more kMerathig too-
Banana. Cakel" Is e nourishing I rallying cry for a healthy I meal treat plus milk. Morember M by I .mAll Cream of Turkey Soup! familiar prepared vkhytoifM or .adllla.Place buttered bread slices on cookie sheet and sprinkle
One way to get nutrition Into teens Is to fight them on their", terrain Consider the delicious; possibilities ; p To make broth cook the car- KximxfcM denied: soups the new thickly with grated Parmesan cheese Bake in liP oven untO
of a milk shake breakfast Banana-Strawberry Shake is as easy as adding OM ripe Chlquita Brand aura malted mud be la asa and any skim and MU of idea cvurtibMi acvcral cant for on* golden brown. Cut each slice into three strips. Serve hot withsoup
banana and a tablespoon of strawberry jam lo a cup of milk.And Banana Eggnog I II even more breakfast.y loads*'* delivery to Post dressing several town In wU delightfully different wrap with that Makes eighteen pieces.: Z
became. It contains a whole beaten egg whh sprinklings of salt, nutmeg or cinnamon. Office Box 899. Zone 32201. seasoned water. then strain. all-important home-mad touch.
The only way to win he breakfatt battle with teenagers is to cater lo their appetites for the unusual and
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Rifts Comprise More Than Half Cutting- .' The" Hair. Just Right -. fU.I" Dragon MiifireCobcoettnf

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Never before bare knits been to fashionable or so popular.Fashlonlsts odC
estimate that more than half of the fashion being <'. .t1.{.. ..
Aon and Doubt today are knits ,, qurttiont' abort r. 1
Tbe' Bevest knits around are tint, ft rlsual. pride for the a I.i I. Mia ttiqutttt
the polyesters, those rersatlle crosswise. train can be worked tmd iittertft. 1't
knits thai look like wool, act out by tracing the J'IfIII'1IIIIIInI y ,
like wool bat that the makers crosswise and the lenfthwlse 1
Insist can be tossed la the rib should be considered as the ; r
vashlnf machine vith the family lengthwise train. Stront thread f
wish. should be used.(silk, synthetic r t
These are the knits with a or mercerised with a polyester r --k
knack for fashion.-they eomem core) and a medium stitch and t R
an sorts of patterns: ottoma -, tension on the machine. important
stripes, cberrons, berg. to allow "tire" sod
rlnfbooes' ''bulllp)" textures,' prevent ft drawn loot OIIlncua.
pettlpolnts. Presamably wise'>cams, the sewer sbotdd.kold y 4
then are Immune to ugg1ngand : the fabric la front and a
stretching and take to color' of foot white
back the presser
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"dress-down" as one wllls,: ; learns should be ..
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portif separates to after-dark binding and natural waistline If we ra Meat
looks fashions given the right set by fhaf the 1M .f en
Tae knit stitch la these aew 3/1 Inch elastic stitched to the ..
polyesters M firm that those waistline stn Singer experts taffy-pun it a wild ideal
who know say they sw like a gag t that ft French hem bead !. !,mart fan HIM ,et.
worn fabric. For those who for knit and that tali:. Of kid together
want to ew them,Sinter Sew. boles be stitched through ft ."', Mid pulling the
lnf Experts: bare t few tips ti woven fabric stay. &. Yew CM ret the
ten fat sewing these and other At first glance the new poly almost My cook boo". erasy mined 9 KIId- n.pll1a taodred el shapes
,, bat a big use; U well U groovy
knits. %!ter knits might seem costlr Up and alas U t marvelous rainy- y project
For straight ning before cit -* uielr There'* ft MW hair fashion on (the scene la some of the best placea- t the office, parties lac'o .lad me KUen-Ups chOdrea'i party Idea from the world1 larr toymaker.Mattel.A
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but sixty-inch at : wnS.glano N a apparent'that dining Tbs "aa natartl" or the "nataral look" la hair fashions has tikes bold,, window cleaners to brand sew Ttlnpnaker naka-and-play set, Mlnl-Draton la-
ft coat dress can be made The Clairol Institute of Ralrcolorinc. The yang Metro woman of fashion now seeks oat formic counters the elates ft small Taint-maker beating td and eaoufc molds to
for U little U $1(.00 and the finest hairstylists like Walter Fontaine and Rodel Briseoe of Coif Camp, or Rose Martin anything* to. The elM'Kfeea that.Up the* make over 40 different parts with genuine PlasOr p-e part
dirndl suit for about $0.00 Frenchle n New York, to provide the new cat that require BO stralfctenlntlly a rut eaiy ob. and fold sad lock together to shape the tiff rooDtlt of pretend pets.
disposable. Your lIIfy-
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The One.Piece Bathroom NtWYORKtD burblnIfo t-' suburbanites live by the elock. ant clocks for all si>let Btfh W.,(Wr a.d I GRAND OPENING
Is almost withclod.oWllhlnJ. : At one time Clocks were ing rooms tome pieces w. 1M M our Laas.:
fEW YORK (ED-In the synonymous merely serviceable and looked for traditional
fIOt From the mm- or starkly the ft* bowl eaqrfy.
tsadirtentfuture,if you want to all purpose. Now however hcdroorm. .,
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ten another bathroom you'll be ute tho alarm ring*pelting of husband bed, '.. clocks hive acquired new faces*. pieces even a special *** .....'.. v SPECIUS-8KE KEEN /NLT-NIr.22.21
able to and out
down to your shopping voungfry Today, can boudoir .....
cUr and : minute you purchay a clock reared to : I Me HI
buy onempl i .In lo the 3-minuie ergo the
that does than
tact molded from .,. timepiece more popular towel, tub .. el ... fie say.naretan.
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one plfICII of percolator the commuter I
tell the hour Newest clocks ,
platle. Prefabricated and .. jut hower curtain colon .
pr the 11(1: school I'll"the '
run. enhance, fit In, accent all torts*
wiNd tol Woe, .
wltb.tl aorta of radVtU..lt not pink and
woman of the house probably ..d a com opt Try Hsfrcit
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wtli be poaaibU U ortl r thuVoom of room decor Suburban home-1 The special clocks for
ta the morning and have refers to the clock every makers who've furnished with bc gtov. Mtt time FREE
It I.- .J places isnl all thus
I. &u.. !. the afternoon pro- few minute After everyone is .loving care can now have"dec new lo clean lip or "'lt!1Dampoo, sod Sal
are now special "' dova
Mod iablllty of delivery la gone lime almost stops Jry lime, cooking niual, car orator" clocks. Wcticlox. for *. HMdfMd are
better UttatthanttUftow I until the shoppirti round laun- hor stan,. its no wonder that rtamfle. hm a trw' ling cf tic ,special Time activities.'means different wort toUUy... Md proucud.wffl keep .

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,Diane And Temptations TCB Dec. 9

Will Stir On. November 28 TV .f w le RisiNg At West Indies U.

:tleaa"orae and the'Colddiggers -' ."I'm Old Fa.bloied'aid
furnish the music and "Nice 'D" II',"- nd also KINGSTON NPQ( Ust month's student revolt at the
qeerge Gobel and Skills .teams with the Golddlggers In Jamaica branch of the University of West Indies In suburban
Jshd Henderson the comedy u a "Happiness" medley '. lions and the subsequent rioting which gripped the capital city
guests of Dean Martin Thursday -! Miss Home solos "Oat of This are held to be symptomatic; of therll1nld1lco teDt Jamaicans
; November tt, 1011 p.m. World" and the GoWJ.atfipresent with their leaders and the economic stranglehold In which themselves -
Dean sings "Blue Blue Day "B's Fan to Be Young"speclaCy caneht after seven rears of Independence from British
tad..Rome" (Ken ........JftaDo). ( composed by Lee1 rile. -
he,'Joan: Miss Rone for a '.Hale and Jeff Cbukson). As a matter of fact, the principal unemployment. .
ntdley''Crafy Rhythm," figure In the clash between
Second In line ls the bauxite
the government and students
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Industry,
Dr. Walter Rodney,t6yearoMU
WI alumnus from Guyana'who by such outside interests
of
'i REWARD j u Kaiser, Reynolds Metals and
at his
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alma mater when he was declared
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j ,, ',.rlOGDl BOO grits"movingripldty
a L k M I y' ..believes that Jamaica Is bauof Canada. Both tourism
WHITE TOT POODLE MALE NAME, BON BON. LAST SEEN J i y it toward a point and xite art chiefly controlled *
It la tbta.m. bJ U$. flnDct.rc
would place
NOVEMBER IS IN THE VICINITY OF ALTERN ROAD AND which. circimstances that Cuba It would seem that with the
Ia IDISII.ed
labor unions being -
'tlST, MIAMI BEACH. HAS NO TAG OR COLLAR. HAS SKIN found Itself to 19S9. revolution control over the wortlnc'
a glut
sees
Dr. Rodney
la polities and In goveta
In the cards for Jamaica
DBASE, NEEDS TREATMENT.CHILD'S PET. PLEASE CALL definitely because of thehigh mat that the workers wouldbe
j t chiefly getting better shake.

j6 $436S, IT ANT HOUR.JOE'S currently rate II of per unemployment cent of the However, just the opposite Istrie.
For all practical
I approximately two million Inhabitants -
purposes, there are only two
the wide disparitybetween
; labor In this country,
the "haves" and".." poops
both of which function u political
I. ; .-be retention of a family-
y;. ; type political and goveremeotiSrile parties and both of which
FRIENDLY MARKET' i r ; and the power which make up at the the government moment Is the m
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.. outside Interests and eo-h- power
lit* i Utfc A! Ear' maidens wield over the country. Jamaica Prime Minister Labor Hugh Party. Rnmlll, under,
could be
central Issue
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, Jl elected tt would be that of, protete Wnccu.or to
I II r Economically retired Sir Aleiaader'Bustamonte.
I 1, a employment.
On the
\ Jamaica depends upon its opposinf
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side If the People's Rational
ulc j tourism Industry t* that ta
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"..U 1s not sufficient to baa Party, by
pNwEtfjt.,1. ,"TCBlnt1-are the tabuloos Diana Ross of the Supremes.; and the NBC Television network, Monday December I. at I p nE8T. > ,Ire Increasing. rUiny'rate of, Monkey, cousin to Bustamoote
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Eddie Kendrlcks of tte Temptations la the Mason's most Miss Ross and The Bupremes star lathe prod< tlcnlflcant black television production, "TCB", (Takinc Care om aad are joined by Motown' Temptations. Other Temps, I
jof.BvslnessX Toe hoor-lonf musical special will be. aired on left to right, are Me1T1a Dennis, Otis and Paul. PMOMB .....(.i *M.eeiim
Motown Photo
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FAMU Students Receive. Presidential Awards Motows Triwbloi Spree cl"l IifI) MANAOIM

TAILARASREETweatr- H.66. The scholarship 1s for '
four freshman at Florida AIM.Uolmslty ?12 Ojuarters and U awarded to Will Mlki'History December 9
:11 have bee awardedthe btu school seniors 'who scorei : MANKER.MILTON FUNERAL I toME

Presidential. Scholarship of bash on the state lath trade test DETROIT Mich.-Diana Ross and the Supreme, super stars
of the entertainment world, will star In their own television
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It nu iifl Uki Ti IMI TH. I special.. Monday. December .. at I p.m..t6T., -: .WILLIAM. ...MANI. .

IttI1 iiki Itf UH In iIi jh IsY ,)NBC The'television special will network be aired, pre-cia: vision Both,'tbt 1...... and ,the 5.0 pn n a"4lINeKMIi.TON l' .LAND... .i, ,...roe..:';;.::=: r

Iv,ow Au.re iihNV ._Iac Rowan and UirOa's Temptations are cast U some
wiYKt refer mall wfe FA.nN as.uousi or coo "WUGHTI"R tt the television todudry'timost
polio rtcoar rN ALL UNCAtl1s 1s another tiltterUf first brUllanUystaied!, '

( i In the career of the world's beaatifully'Costumed songanddance RESIDENT MANAGER ,
umber-one female vocal segi aces.
.CANTON REALTY froon. The boer- ac production "TCD" 1s the first television
+ J= 15144 is appropriately: venture of Motown Productions. DepenJoble mon or Couple for responsible
MnnnmiutieM772i : IMMI 1a "TCB," which, U the "I'M''n1&r toe.L tte newest subsidiary ofMoiova"'Reeord
,, : : 635 Flu of soul, means "Takil : Corp, In association petition to role complete charge of rentol
CAL" -3177 Care of .......** with George Schlarter- units in orto. Wonderful,opportunity for the
c WONHl MAJOR t..1 i..I
t1lilN1 rLANp1,LeGA Ginct* i (*( / 7olaUf the multniilented Ed Friendly Productions.Berry right person or couple.
t IDtt I lATH. LI. I, OR, <"l, .ICI.... DONNA fHAMCn.*tft MBA..M*. (Treat fetch, leree CIS beeie, I4'41.. ifxlel (Mary Wilson and Cindy Bird and president, served as creative SALARY PLUS LIVING
QUARTERS
I.,. ..... .., ..u', FHA $".100, $700 "..", soot) U TCBlnc art their consultant for the
$10, ...... .fellow. Motown artists the '.production, Call Friday
isn't. lose our Hair"VAL'S ,....' T.aptltloll.hd "TCB" Is directed: by used or Saturday

I BDRftl I BATH Is',. K, DR. It, u. tree, Williams Eddie Kendrlcfcs. t.1erla1ca'.lhabut talents. MorningPL
|..., terta, ceewel keel, iptUVUn, ,w/w
,. its ,. u'. tteve, "lfl 1|., tile reel, CIS '$U PER-GRR0 and Dennis Edwards.Already the aUbIaSOUL" special. 4-0643
NBC last month.v
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TCB" u be la| first Other credits Cd Friendly, Mr. Millerc1AiLIE'S
I BOML 2 lATH. LI. '1. '., E. OR, Ut '., Hair Conditioner major black; television special executive producer;Carolyn
eer* ceehel .11(! ''' / 11.' tee, re* n history. haiku producer BUI Angelasjtn4B
1.1g.. till tl. eiS. f'k., $21/00, {,1,77) '"'' 'J "TCB" Is flawlessly staged u JCoban writers;J a c k '
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LUXURY IATERFRONT HMES one entire ap+ut. Miss Ross, musical directors; Donald Me

,,.,...1..1 .., ...1.... Peeele 3 Ur.. 2 Order Db.dJ.HtIlH'1 drag Infer I Date extraordinary I doesn't Kayle Travis choreographer costume designer, Michael and

Ietl, Fie I.. ..... 'le frees it, lee.icetei, ei* Instead, Diana got completely 1..1. Krause, art director.
l.... $25,000, 15,0001. ethnic and performa series

leeetlM' 4 Wi., 3 loth. Fie tm, 2-cer ..... e. Berslty Carter H of African of dances against r1"'a. EittilitaititHits ,
troart I1uh1Dc -
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.. ecre. Aslt.g $3S,000. 0, OIUn.E An exctttnc over-all performance .
f HAVE OTHERS 9954 ..W.. m Aye. MI.J Hi by Diana leaves BO doubt Aid Cries

that she Is headed for a new ttE o iluss: TEli1 .ti--
I pinnacle .of stardom In tale STORK YBfS -- -

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visit recently to Florence BUiJard !

CWllIICELmII r ;Your professional beautician 'popular(Mrs recording Thomas artist Chapman and* 'UTI FCH FRT- Thursday Mite

1 Knows the answer... I 'Ior.u'a.a"," of "IT*' 'BAR JIIn EJrnaTAIKIIUT-1r"UDd.-Falco Davis
Siaxames vocal Almostsimultaneous
with group.the released MAMAC -Fish Eddie

..,?.. her new ABC Records disc,
ROOM SIZE w.d : ,-love Ain't Lou" the 15- 3121 Nirtl lest IM An.

!7WJ'-014 singer gave birth to
.# Is peroxide needed to twin daughters born prematurely Mini l hut 135.13(1
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color unwanted hair?
gray ) ounces, sad S pounds, 1 '

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Now Is the time U spruce up your home or Heir care and beauty experts know that the first traces of gray I PHILADELPHIA (NPO -'
apartment with these beautiful plush rugs. $ hair-and even alight fading of natural color after chemical re saying he wanted to get It off
I I Add > bright note with such colors IS: Lime laxing-can dull a woman's appearance and make her look older his mind, Hugh Masekcla,South '
i ferlght Gold. Clear Blue fnchsli. Oliv. goo $2 goo than she feels. While most women hate these premature African singer and trumpet, Mill li; hlir Clips Mff ti ') i.
\. Orange Avocado. Pink. Baby Blue or Antique effects many are hesitant about using permanent peroxide star surprised u audience of
1 Cold.Supply baited, t0k halrcoloring which may change the natural hair color while 19,000 at the Quaker City Jars '.C. .22 rui. prici sijisnisjifr.c.

ITKR RBWNT" MPAHTI*ENT SPELLS'U coloring Professionally-trained gray. hairdressers know the Importance of believed Festival he by was declaring framed when

CSi*.. ... their customers' preferences when unwanted gray becomes: a arrested to California narcotics ;. [f Iii 'ilij, siisriiuii..N : i
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beautician to glamorize it with! Loving Care? ,staying Bawls, who played a & SEIVKE'.l
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P Dillard U. Plans -National Depository Of Negro Musicians And Composers! ""' 1





Dr. Frederick Hill. Chesea Gulf Opens Another QIC Center

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,As Director, Of Uiis.se UNit '

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Under
national depository ,of'tht work of Negro musicians and J I .,t' FL

composers la tin United States tad torn put of Europe U WINNER
belDr'estab11.111e
The project, which Is J Jut ;3epqsltory wffl be house. T any Indication Puerto Rico b oa its way to becoming Slst

getting underway will be ex* Lad while the project aces state of the union.During the general elections Louis A. Terre,
dated byDr.FrederkkD.Hall, millionaire Industrialist, was elected governor la's upset over
who was recently named professor Indeed futtlH-a lifelong dream former Governor Luis Munos Maria and the Popular Demoeratk.
to educate the general public on
of mule emeritus and Fatty Fine fronted the new Progressive Party *
the contributions of the Negro.
and historian rr'11' I ,..I
composer ta u
residence at DUlard. to music, It is Just Icing oa the I+RESIDIJCTW.1HR1RI 0 i7

"Our aim Is to organize a cake of a man who has literally: .. LUSAKA (!CPI)-House No. SSS ta Lusaka Chfleoje, township -.
ttedlcated his life to music and banded for safekeeping to the National'
collection of some: materials IrLCv" bas bean over
that win be used la education," education. Monuments Commission which will preserve thi structure.s"4?
A native of Atlanta Dr. Ball
says Dr. Ban; who adds that .- monument to Zambia's Independence from colonial rswvTa&
has sailed degrees from '
so tar u be knows,, there ls Morebouse College the Pittsburgh J'- 10, 0 ?I

no similar storehouse of Information lIul Institute the OffttTIMOTwUWOUtttULIZAT 'il:'
c .
la the United States.Dr. Chicago Musical College, the ".,'.. SEAFOOD CENTER t'II
Hall
formerly professor Royal College of Music,London fa .
of nraslc and coordinator ofDillard's University and the Loadoa '...., I N MY Tl.f AVE PH ;.

music program, will School of Oriental at.SJ s. Be i 1k51TINi
QBfTERS ltr.d"-'U; :
collect and assemble both 7 N..1w oa...
also bas a doctoral .....
Teachers / -
'published works andmanni
music education from n fful : ::rM.wc 59.a"

scripts as well as phonograph College, Columbia University.He WELCO y yi. '11ml1MItt"' UVaJ .
records microfilms, blogra Joined DUlard at Us begm. ..._ uJ n. lkilvi
phlcal and history books and any ';+ 6 9 c
wing because be felt It wu '
other material available on the a chance to establish a good;. i., 'r AG.M1Ndwlnn.n ,: _.... It.

The subject musical of Negroes m mosle. strong music division la a !.....*_.. .s-" .... ,
range covered win A5C
growing Institution.
from classical ..pwaa.a..r
no popular,
a
At the amt time be recog ; I
aid Include church mule, wised a DIed la the community BIUtSUIUIU'49

Jan and swing.Looting forward. and so organised the New MR, MUtllT .... .... ...,...................... .................. ,,, t'
to theresearch
Orleans Community chorus Clew Certtal .De""Wi
the will Ftxitrt.
project
require
composed of dlU'tJa'ddr. of .. IbVg? I.
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with the relish of tree .I
a CRABMEAT
all deaemlnatloas. Be also ., .
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Dr. Han
educator that .
says established the Dillard t', C.elt6twowC's ""t T 'J 10 rJiHEN
he will follow op oa what has ..
Extension
Program that carried r
ben written about the earlier
musicians. to schools a Mew Orleans and YOU AE.lU( .-
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nearby cities,music Instruction
line author Carter Woodson. and activities, organised the rou Seek Tbe Best Doc
for mentions several
example -- --
first Negro high school band tor. When Your Doctor''
musicians ta passing" says CULF-OSC Of BOSTON Newly-proaotea Mies .supervisor as service station worms ana poteonu managers,uua provweaMr.
Dr. Hall. "But because he was la la the the city establishment aad provided guidance Donald A. Tout* (second from left) of the Boston Marketing Amal with training b Us Dealer Development School and Prescribes.. Get Experienced

dealing with history be merely second Booker of the District of the Gulf Oil Company- JB. helps cfwnuteslxthib Mr. Young and hi:. Hereford win continue to assist him both ta Pbarnaclstn Jo II"
lists them. HI be dealing with High SchooL T. Washington a chili of Gulf-Opportunities Industrialisation Center Service managing the station and ta working with the trainees. Other Fill Prescriptions Ac* '

the music of each of these persons His DUlard Stations as one of his first duties ta his .",Job. The other men Ou1f-O : partnership stations Include two ta the Watts section eordlarTo Your Doctor'sOrders. '
tad will thus hare to do aIn became University Choir are Boston Bales Manager a.C.1ADJItttGa.OK Manager-TrainerSCareem of Los Angeles which take: OC trainees, and one each on lease .
great deal more research." nationally famous and J. And and Outt Sales Representative CX Hereford. ta Philadelphia lad HarrUburg, Pa, and ClmeIn si Others art 0 '
his
addition. Dr. Han, who has tntemtlaoaar-reaowaed the Delta TIlt station b at Tremont andNorthhamptonbBoston's Roxbury planned ta Dayton.Ohio, Detroit and Little Rat W* VII Only Tai Best ,..C. I. BLAC[

written many compositions was quartet Invited oa an extended Rhythm Boys radio section and will be used to train,bard, core unemployed for Jobs (Quality. Drugs; '-oPJ'letor:


eluding length orate among for others chorus, a, full or. assignment Dr. Ball's la lifelong South policy America."to .MereNeirees Are Killed ly White ULHeifSiyi| Eceiealc J Registered Pharacists'To. -Gerve Ifow t

cbestra and soloists
suite
a take the Job where thought I ;

for Anerkaa piano,religious a cycle work of songs Afro, bit could temporary do the most departure good" led from to Cess This ANY Other Mlierily jreietiea. Mist le Elbhitt.) .....*.,..A'COMPLETE LINE OP........ 4


fell volumes of arrangements Dullard la IMS to bead Up.dalt DALLAS, Texas-(KPQ-tte central and most'striking tact ME W YORK-(OtPQ-Economic.."..pumaadb smashed posaetlcs S !Rubber Goods Candles J
of Negro spirituals and InaUti cMr training program of about murder U every racially mixed city b that this crime U If tbewaHs of lIouIaI"lltpUaa are to come rumbling down.

lot p1uo/'wm'eoaU.t'wort Alabama State College. predominantly aa offense committed by, and agaiast Negroes.Aad That challenge was put forward .egrtgatlon, ta order to en
on his ova compositions "Here was a state with Msaaay more Negroes' are killed by white policemen than any other, by Walter South,acting direct able noa-wtltes to Cad decent Bsa rles.. .
and complete three books backward schools badly racial group.Overwhelmingly, or, Ope ration Equality National' boutag. '
currently la various stages of la used of help la Wits League at a three-day .. wbat have loused .
coordtaatiag/ these who S,S, white the souWera> states 'But we PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DtLIVBS.i.
production and sometimes eves organising, resort to violence u a means as a whole have a population meeting of Operation Equality South said ".. that the vast
b assuming his sw role the musk programs," be retail of settling disputes are of lot I that s 11.1 per cent Negro and Project directors and local majority of blasks who need ',111. KIIKS .IIU ,u..n,. 41'

genial music educator Is both {'8 was my jobs go from school soclo-economk status],low .a pander rate,of \*.. Urban League executives from decent boosing art people vttbB ,
performing a ..uallltallut to school,""''''''' 'W1aa 01 I .ovation,*lewr<)obs, r4lllly1. ir'I' 5i.re.
and fulfilling a lifelong dream. children aad Rrtiilest
etchers to cones low prestige. Thatdescribes Dr.) ; 11.| "Suburban America has to face
The sentimentality 1s readily establish I good musical propuL" the vast bulk ofNegroes. act only racial Integration but
I videoi. when one realises that also the Inevitability ofeconomk I
Dr. Halt,, Joined! the Dlllird b It! Dr. 'Ball refund to A..I, Integration" basalt
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Dr. Marvin Woltegaag
faculty whea the university, Louisiana u director of Southern "America. society can no longer RigdonHEAT
chairman department of VETERANS '
which was orgaalsed II llJO to
University's division of Negro Leaders affords suburbs which house
of Pennsylvania
sociology, University *
succeed to sad continue the musk. sad to reorganise the b one of the nation's only the rich. The nation's Move) In loses little as! O
wort of Mew Orleans University curriculum and b 1MO be leading researchers b murder.Recently MEW YORK- (KPI) Ac. housing( crisis b impossible t
and Straight College. opened returned to Dullard U professor b a publication of the cording to ajpoll takea by the d soluUoa without the building DOWN
Its doors at Its preseot locatioa of musk and coordinator. cCmask. National" Council on Crime and New York Tines, Harlem. of homes for low-lscoaa
on tidily Boulevard la IMS.It residents regard the late Dr. families throughout the greater

was the late win Alexander, A versatile ...1cJu. Dr.Ban Delinquency**A subculture, be of wrote violence ex* Martin Luther King Jr.. as the metropolitan ......." COHOUIOKIKGCeatrallM

Dillard's first president who plays the piano and orgy the tots b many cities and b Black; leader who gave a most Operation Equality bps two ,
Invited Dr. Hall to lota the ckrtoet,coronet tan{. French generated from the value help to the Negro cause. years ago as apregrdato
aewly-eonstruted faculty and tt fora, trombone flute and oboe. system associated with the The Times did not disclose'whetter break down the walls of racial home with
Is la the WUl W. Alexander Be also has aa exceptionally black or white people Jour '
Air
the and
the Central
poor deprived, re* ,
Library that the meilcal good slaguf voice.PresHeit took part b the which .
sides of survey, ,
segregation. c.11UOIIq'rate.. i t 1 b.dem pIefte w.th I. l th,
WoUegaag aDd other social found Roy Wilkins, NAACPexecutive rli. : u 2 herb and tevwffe.Meelem .

Hauiptor ElectedPireithootl cteatlsU offer cures for the secretary to be theleading KKeilt, chwrdte eMel u (e.-
urban'subculture violence. living spokesman tor pUte. .K.Mlnf
.
.
PI..I' lecher Nationwide, Negroes comprise Black people.Oa t. 512) IlKIIIIN II. LINCOLN: CeftiiTATIS
the other hand Black
19 A per cent of thepo uaktfao. ''
0 apoUllMlltoUlI:. !I. BRAND fl JII.15U
NEW YOBK-Dr. Jerome B.Holland,sociologist and president yet' nuke up 61 per cent of power mlchael aad H. Rap Browa were NEW .. 7130 IICHAlDSON lOAD PHONI: 765-'"
of Hampton Institute was elected cbairmaa of Plaaaed persons arrested for murder 1968 VW L
rated Uth and 14th respective* MUidy
Pareathood-VorVd Population the national coluntary tually mad M per cent of the victims. .
planning agency, at the Aaasal Conference here recently .Of the SI largest UJ.cities, ly, to favor among Negroes. ;I -I
Here b how the
November IS. at the Hotel Roosevelt. Dr. Joseph D. Beasleyof fit. Louis beads the list b aeuapgp.r'rated : lug ; -
Tulane Medical School was elected chairman of the PPWP umber of murders per 100,000 the relative popularityof
Black a.4er.1JDQDC Harlem SEDAN i iI ;i i
executive committee. population with S4.TS. Negroes I: [
: represent SS.I per cent of St.Louis' residents Craftsmanship lives in
Dr .
Hollaad, who succeeds ability to pay.AO Dr. King found to be "veryhelpiu1" Benchmark;
My* AUTOMATIC
n Washington.
George M. Lindsay Mew York families have the right
attorney, b the post voiced to family pjaanlBg" Dr. Bol D.C.. with a u.. per cent those 1IIttmn by SI&per Wilkins cent 4S of, 1 U STICK SHIFT e. Measure your Bourbon against
Negro population: had 11." f
*
all-out support of the program land said. "Those who state per cent the Rev. Ralph David .. .
of Planned Parenthood to ex* that birth control b a form per 100,000 pc sistlon. President tat
Abemathy SCLC ,SS; t R1 ....
Texas b the only state with : : r
tend voluntary family planning of genocide are not aware of Adam Clayton Powell S7.
services to,aH, regardless of the real meaning of familyplanning three of Us larger cities b Jackie Robinson S3; the ute vtJI, .' IF'
the murder rate bracket.
upper P t
and Its uses Black .
Malcolm X SI labor leader
Dallas ranking: eight! oa the ; Jjj'The
babies aad black mothers die Catlin-
FerrerTeskeieeStudent .
list, bad 1S.I1 murders per A. Philip Jidk10'TbUtr.
because this medical services Supreme Court men who nuke this Bourbon stfll

the denied non-white b the infant United ma'hlyrrate States, '100,000 fourth population.with S1J Houston mur-- good Marshal James, Griffin g think you can do a better/Job tf you cart

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levier .
leader .
lot for craft.
b dude that of whites." 6rsper 100000. Boss ton, a your
Dr. Joseph D. Beasley ...wcII.a1r'IDU .Negroes represent tt.9 per cent 2$. Volkswagen So,they were happy with the name ;
Rest irike leader Jesse
New .
Accepts Jab of the executive committee ;d Utfc pqI with&t1cL Saatonlo ranks Gray S4; Muhammad All, IS; INC: ::If Benchmark tt means"that which others t
ll.SJ murders
WASHINGTON-NPq-I. b Director of Popula 100.000 and a 7.1 per cent per Carmichael, 11; clrU ,.rlghtitleader 1250 CAST are measured sfainst". ,
httoa Studies and Professor of "
P. Bertrand Phillips, former Maternal aad Child Health &ad' Negro population. Bayard Bustia.; 'tltjT They think their Bourbon live up to ':

dent of students affairs, Tus. Pediatrics Tulane University ins Diego, with six per cent Brow 15. lid CORE leader 1..W I it!name. l

kegee nutitute,has beea elected b Mew Orleans. Durtaf 0*past Negro population, and only 17 Roy mala. U. Tastc.lt and KC what you think. i
presUent-c hair man of the orders, last year n.ttcIl.l.
. two the 11-year-old
board of directors of Cvber- siciaa years organlted, a family: murders per 100,000 popuUtioa. TH MIT IAU. TI UTe Till II llf BeacztmarkSeagram's :2
Associates be. i
b Louisiana
Johnny Parham, consultant to 'planning which has program, sine July 1167. Other cities b the top 10 are,, I Premium Bonrboo. j
the National Vitae League WM 'decreased out-of-wedloek .Baltimore, Cleveland. New
elected vice president aDd births by SO per ceataadtartlingly Orleans Detroit Chicago and LOW PRICES. 1'j

director of the Wasalagtoa- Improved maternal Cincinnati. 4
based u.UGaa1 cnvironmeatalconsulting White New 'York City ranks u
sad child beam II the area '
and project developJacflra. where the program was under umber IS on the list of XI DRUG STORE NEEDS
: .. tatu. largest cities It suffered 74Smurders ,
Dr. Phillips M.lsabehavlor.alsilestUt ta "im and a 14.0 ./

who bas lectured 'Dick Grefwy Plus I per cent Negro population.Los ,Trade with
tour
Neighborhood Drug Store.WE
throughout Gat nation. Be b Angeles murder rate tops .wTort's
now writing three books on: by less that one percentage WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADV. W YOUB LOCAl}
social aroma UL Oil II.IIi III. pout and its Negro PAPERS. We dative We also l1D an Doctors Prescrk' lons.Dixie .

Parham, who holds degrees' ,population percentage b 0.9 1.1 tf.'f S
from Morehouse College aid li Wsskllll9lWAZtmtGTONQtPACo. ,per CtDIlowu. -
Atlanta University Is a consultant New Orleans with a S7I per
to the Westinghouse cent Negro prciulaMoa had 17.S9aurjers : Pharmacy rr 0" 'J

Lcarnbg.Corporation.Curber ., median Dick Gregory has per 100,000 pooalattoa. -, .
Associates, be. b. decided to formashadowgoverameatiaexlle Seattle with the lowest
Involved b the search for aa after per cent Negro population, La. r .
overall strategy of urban and being the first Presidential i! bad only S murders per 100. UI2 EHI.S 1111 IT jniiEI ,

rural developmeat through the taadUate to concede dejeat OQO population..
employment of new ideations during DM the recent elections. Tie tomklde rates of data. 'flair JfAm'

,concept!' for creative pragmatic Denied, the opportunity to lives ,correspond ctttes, generally
programs the White House, Gregory meslse dm'Negro '
LICIT
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Goals of the search b the srr"itftil plans to -11II4- populations.Eastern IATTSIN ,AUI.-J.t'

rediscovery of commualty, quarters b the Bailee's states U a whole save a popbtioo -

personal and group bidattvs capital, patt it buck aid call Oat b 14 per cent 1ELE IIUJ JI.IH: STHE aw..9 .d.rt en4Ae hwNe tWY,.N iwd a ty
from taaer-cjty r.'das.t Jt the Black Bouse. leo aM.a raider rate of _




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Ghetto Child Will: Be Feature Of Dec., CBS Playhouse Educational I




Hick' loy His Stellir Role Black) Ghetto Stars, School Dropout iRTERNAtDtiAL PRE Roundup

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While Teacher Is
I While -I
IJrt' /f
Receives. PH.D.Thronk SCHOLARSHIP! WINNERS
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'te1ri1'I the child of the black ghetto In iU next production going. on .' rewarded for their high scholarship and leadership ability when
the sir December 4. -? H.E.W the college selected them share in ite program for "promising
Pivotal character In that play, to black people i' ', students." Selected to snare in the tuition-free program,which
.'Satarda, Adoption is 114t Cowen thinks such"paternal ') WASHINGTON-Back In 195Mrs. was boosted recently by a $1,400 grant from the Sears-Roebuct
,.u-old Negro boy who' ism" Is deplorable. Mary McDevltt Headrick, Foundation, were EnID Barnes, Jr., Gal D. Courthen,Wlllte H.
r wonders whether or not to CBS discovered Cowen when a high school dropout was living Estes, Barbara Heidelberg Caroline Thomas Brenda Williams
i believe the dream of t bright his tttttfill-length play, with her family on a farm near and Martha Williams all Mississippi..Recipients were selected
1 fetor wt forth by the white "Snmmertree," had a try-out Daisy, a rural area In HamiltonCounty on the basis of scholarship financial need and leadership.
t collect boy who tutors him on t performance In the summer Term.
When her oldest child
Saturdays. began INSURANCE GRANTS
of 19(7. He's the youngest
t Roi Cows, tt-yar-old ..writer ever commissioned for attending a little mountain ATLANTA -(NPQ-Atlanta University recently received ID"lIIII'eltrlcted"
author says the play reflects 'a major drama by one of the : school, Mrs Headrick toot Insurance participation grant from the Travelers
t'" feelings about the "pater- TV networks. some classes too, and also Insurance Company as part of that company's 1968 alumni
ntUsm" that's found not only, The stars of"Saturday Adop began to fin In U a substitute program. The amount of the grant was based on th* number of
between father and son, but tion" are also newcomers.Rick tile hr. Impressed by her Atlanta University alumni currently employed by tilt company
between teacher and student, Gates who plays the tutor,and 4I dedication and lively Intelligence throughout the United States and Canada. The company's horn
t country and country race Indrue. Chock Daniel, who plays the : ( a supervisor recommended office is Hartford: Conn.
Mrs.
Headrick to tilt
brother of the
.".'. found In who eyatclolder University of Chattanooga (
s any person black boy, previously had only r'I now APPEAL
holds his attitude so precious: featured assignments In TV. ,th* University of Tennessee MOBILE Ail (NPI) Black parents recently appealed to
and the other person's so worthless For the role of IC.eu.o14abc at Chattanooga). Tb University the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals'a ruling by District Judge
that te has to Instruct Stander the producersmade '1 accepted her for admission.By Virgil Plttmaa permitting tilt conditional continuation of I"frtedomolebolct"
the other person to what's the a discovery they allele thattlme! -195 -Coogm* pupil attendance plan in Choctaw County.
i right way to b*." will prove historic. He's Erie had enacted tilt, Rational Defense Opponent of the "freedom-of-choice" plan consider U a deviceto
,i ,Cows himself served U a .Laneuvllle, 1( pout mach Education Act (NDEA). circumvent forthright Integration of tilt public school system
trtor while be attended UCLA 9e Along with other student assistance
o younger), a student at Dorsey u decreed by tilt U.s.Snprmi Court.
t few years afo. That 'lper-" Riga School In Los Angeles, Mary Headrick
4 lence was the starting point where he's studying drama. received are of th* first National
tor the Idea of his new play Defense Student Loans PROTESTS SPREAD
The first Erie
saw
t e his first on TV. Be went on to two months producers la a production to be made in the country. CHICAGO:: (NPI) -Students demonstrations were staged

b Imagine that the tutor winds of "A Raisin ago la the .aD." B y'f Raving earned her degree at 1oea.I111J1d: la many other large cities recently as Black high
Chattanooga she went school students their demand for the of white-
a 9 tellinl the lad what hV had Just) opened In Los Angeles on to pressed reform
ought to do with his life.M trader the auspices of the toner- HEW STARS OH TV. Three Mcotners star on the art CBS Hayboos*presentation *-Saturaey George Peabody University atNuhvW. oriented education that excludes even the official leaching black
"Bat where do I come crt .City Culture Center. The role f.JO to 11 p.mEST,will beaniel Erie (foreground), IS, ., ware she received history. These studenterejuvenated} tilt stt- DUI protest device,
ir tenth( him what to do? Then.I of Uacy 1s his TV debid.The /-acic"hoo4 boy, Rick beta CD his tutor, and Chuck Cr)his older trout er. u M.A and a Ph D.She then and staged boycotts Chicago, PUU'barp.rraeait (ft.Y.)and
realized that's pretty much CBS producers say Erie completed two years of postdoctoral Oakland, Calof., among othercltles.Smoldering. la the background
work at VaDdmlltUbI.tr<r1n was Black-whit unrest amohg tilt students.
what white people tend lode
has a natual talent for mimicryand
,
,r nearly perfect seas of PoliticianIn Jeans Hill Is Nashville, Tenn.S
'pt Black Dr. Beadrlck Is now engaged PRACTICAL COURSE
timing. in postdoctoral studies at the NEW YORK-(CNPQ-Local high school students from several
CBS Playhouse Is now la Its
second season under tilt Cap!. Kangaroo Department of Psychiatry in "struck public schools recently wereglven a practical course at
Medicine at Date University.In Columbia University on the Issues involved la the current board
I j Tell it toHARRY sponsorship and of Electronics.General Telephone Worst Position"Says In TV Series Durham, K.e. of Education-teacher controversy.Students from about 60 high

schools la tilt Ocean Hill-Brownsville and other areas art
I .. James El:WaD,actor currently scheduled to continue to attend the special echoed at Colombia
engaged u a stag manager for Mehirry Prof. to help relieve the teaching shortage resulting from a strike
I UL Executive the CBS Television Network, of the United Federation of Teachers. The Columbia courses
Watch Ibis created a continuing role on Gets Award also Include algebra, geometry,chemistry and biology.
"Cantata Kangaroo," top-rated
.
down .'H w does the BUck Comm-mttl address Itself to the essence children's series presented Dr.!'James Clerk Colleie lastrictor
B. Singelton IB,
.:' of political powr.What Is the need for poUtlcalpower at the Monday through Friday (1:00JAMESBALL' ,
34 521 -12 professor and chairman Department -
neighborhood Ievel7..Jtow to get results with power.** Tanaare

,II }ft -14 but a few of tte many Issue tflscossed during three-day" Anesthesia of, Oral Mebarry Surgery Medical and Is lick FroM Tour
and BUck
seminar emitted "Ballot Power fin Community
% sponsored by Manhattan Bank and the national Urban College awarded School of Dentistry.wu .' Dr O.P. Purl chairman of the Clark College Physics Depart*
: .. Letrue. which lbsChime held at the Belaoot Plata HoteL merit a certificate of med and director of the Cooperative General Science Project
Attending were residents and Experienced politicians suck from BoarddTrwttu tilt University' tiPUtabergh's (CGSP) of the Atlanta University Center, has reentry returned

representatives of such ghetto as Wlngate. Patterson, and 3 from aa International conference where be gave aa address oa
.. 'L 'iSI1)H chancellor head of th. Department -
uses
dune .
your II"c. areas U H If It... BedfordStiyvesaaL George Fanerf.poU1k&1 cor. the CGSP.H
roar eoMant Thomptan.an tolUfTT Park Slope la respondent of the Amsterdam: of tilt of School Oral Dental Surgery, and dean spoke 'in: Yarns Bulgaria. at the Congress ontbe Integra-I

Mill.....Lot Anivtat. R.In1r, .Brooklyn and Newark, N.J. flews, related' their aid during tb* We41elDtr 'lion of Selene Teaching wars
nev mt$*.ipteuklMi lor CM 11tttt'Sometimes They discussed ways la which opiates*, suggestions. Surgery Conference held tan GfciM Deuce scientists from M countries
lI ghetto dwellers can Wale a encouragement to the people were present
'\- .. J October J8 through ,
tie's UpSomtiae;; rote U their on destiny and SB establishing political Pew. 'Dr" Sugeltao'was 17.chairmanof Eisenkle 'il'( Dr. )developed the CGSP
.... He's down. Re Adds.CabtracuJ create chugs la their on U their communities.Th : a lecture that scheduled both: to Improve the method of
lit works It aU around Mlgtborhoods. program moved from a .00 I.... ET) la color OB th* distinguished group oral teaching, sctenc tonoa-aetenc
'Today's question: "1111 Back poUUeu 1111 tilt formal setting chaired by network.Watt's. sargeoasfrom Brazil Chi C'lcert'CBJAOO major) and to prevent duplica*

.... ,;,..u,.......,...pw'.e's 15 l|, 45 worst position U the world" VUmi Urrows Harrison, to credits aa a television Israel TunisiaJund England.Destlsts ,.' 'lion amoag th* tour under'
1M... -,Ktttfjtt*/P..wN.waW :'COVING ATTRACTIONS said Mt. Livingston Wags aa. Informal reception ware performer Include "'!be Reporter from tile United (NPQ The graduate college oIAUCm ter.
e.(;elf mr W,., ",.,., newly-appointed executlre director a free-flowing' exchange took ," "Th Nurses," 'Thebsr.Mers" States, England India Mw Ghana Dane Ensemble was The Project) BOW to Us third
of the Mew York Urbu place tKflrg the participants.Th "Lamp Unto w, Zealand, Holland, preseated la a program of year, has received 1500,000
241-I-351 League, who U experienced guest speakers WIn Ur.Uyhmond Feet," "Studio One," "AirPwtrM Ireland Lender, Denmark Ghanaian and Togoles dancesIn from the UJ. Offlc of Education

.political u.1maIlI....own right.'Be Robinson, oti "Tb Big Stort" Germany Singapore, Swltaer, Mandel Han. University of to develop a curriculum.
meaalag th* Black Public Relations, "Kraft' Theater" and "Robert land, and the Republic of China Chicago recently. Over 1,000 students took part
M..Mcl.s'it's MAN'S DAYSNUMBERED pollttrUii. sea by his *r political correspondent forth Montgomery Presents," amongotters. : attended tilt conference.Dr. Th performance, presentedIn la the program the first two
aMh euy owa people. I'OII It.. New York Times and ABC II gletoa obtained his cooperation with the I11IDo1I years and It Is estimated that
to- s pall he U tilled by the establishment TV as well as Mr. Francesco Bis stag production( assignments undergraduate degree from Arts Council, was another In 'some 1,500 students are taking
ht"'....,c.&a If h* doesnl play the party line. Cantarella Director of Public lint such Broadway shows 1 risk University in mi and the series of lectures and other .part the current school year.

.I.r.err tut.e"nN Here. We most first lean the game, Affairs Division for the craw as "African central "Kwa-: ; ken DDS from Meatp In 1926. vents la tilt area of African Sine Dr. Purl feels that many
e UI......alp build tilt power base, and apply Manhattan Bank. From there, mina," "A Ralaia la tilt J.Tl ..." Dr, W Harry Archer prel.ior ..- and Black American Humanities nob-eclence students. base developed
th u teU 'Uan's Days Numbered," the right pressures at the right a work sessloa absorbed two Leap Dream," "Ja; anabead: or department rI sponsored by tilt Humanities mental blocks against
pen Us InI. Health and Fortune are Can time and la therightpace.Tha'way hug group Into a political mates," "WI.In Jonas" Oral Surgery at tile University Collegiate Division, Col- science due to poorexposure-
Be we be felt "Seventh Heaven" and "ttuf- Here of the science to their
.. Mlsstht'rust Toot When You Know TOOT sal and th* dialogue fffrhiiAim wad fc said "We are especially hooor- University.The background
Lucky Days structure would ball t* deal fiainc, goals that ,will have to fie Along." ed upon Dr Singletons 46-mmbr ensemble .tilt courses try to utlUs* concepts
with u a* a force.' be traveled along tilt hasard: te tilt motion picture fie Y, anal of our Invitation aceep-and of performed U native costumesto and material the students
I "We dent have to learn their oars path of tilt political Jangle, h* acted and served as u i his participation la th their own accompaniment.Each ar* familiar with to Interest
*
I.. 'r.IC'" Lucky Colors, etc. game,** countered ODe of tilt Progress along this path was tjfiftr director taHLUlloni>; program warty should lit dance was Introduced by them scientific fields.
i retired Send ft.OO for your community leaders, "We know measured at tilt seminar by th* and was u actor la "'he' Jo*' especially proud to have aa Albert Mawera-Opoks. artistic Future plus call for the
I 'Yee t... s Horoscope Guide for what w want and w*will ban crystallisation of specific political Louis Story u wen as la 1 oral surgeon of his caliber director of the Ensemble who addition of a closed-circuit
seat look adr to tale areaa extended their numerous AIr Fore tralainff on its faculty explained the purpose of tilt television system to the protram. .
0kaeet.upGels NOVEMBER Th* Honorable Basil Patter. Idea lid *xposed their films, industrial films aad[ dance and conditions under '
,. ..
I ,r. below and son, Senator from New York's sensitive thoughts to tilt In- documentaries. liltinore which tt U performed. ceremoclaUy. Dr. Putt and his staff are
His ep"d sad Fill 1a' the blank Jet
II Harlem disUlc loj.ct.dsvlal qalsltlv miadsofthtbyBoslaess ..., also developing, textbooks andlaboratory
j eaperlea.epnw mall to ZODIAC fact Ode* DON'T fiS A WbOP-OUT!
,/ he' Ie the Jacksonville not for tilt need U building po1Wc1&u. Formed In 1962 and sponsord manuals to lit Incorporated
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I JWm that reflected tt.voting represented by Mr. Cantarella! ;; and the Institute of African To date, more than_M other
I power of people when used Herbert W. Abram "&mea'tuk Studies University of Ghana have
STREET asa A GOOD YOU MOST lisiuss Plus colleges shown aa interest
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II PATE OF.; PmtIL.: unified fore against the Herbert A. Behrstock, tilt Ensemble Is directed by '11 tilt COMP as a means of
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I ,f 0..... and ministers East Baltimore and Afrkaolst who Is more efficient and more meaningful .
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I ;$:.: :Coach Wilson Compares Griese To Starr, Unitas, Jurgensen ::;;;;; ..' I


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Howard University' Coach Seek Misati Delshns', .leb GuessRated

L Hnnlina With A Well Trained Doj '

New TileRt In .Ceitiiitoi 'QiestWASHINGTON. Aneii Tap Qnrteriicb

) D.C. Hoard University's coach, Tlllman L ''NEW TORE Coach George Wilson of the Miami Dolphins

Sease, I* paying strict attention to talent In the way of football. rates Bob Cries as one of the best young quarterbacks ever to
;He I* constantly on the lookout for talent.Sease com Into pro football, according to an article In the current
will begin his annual Issue of SPORT llanxlM. '
the coach .
quest to land some of the area's says.Howard's asslstantcoaches "AU he needs DoW Ii exper
outstanding scholastic players iencesays Wilson of the of the great quarterbacks
are traUlngji number of top Unitas, Starr,Jurgensea-w*
This fall his search will be Dolphins' field general. "None
Sease is
and
linemen equally
more Intense than usual. The great In their first or second
Bisons desperately need top Interested In several flashy year. But rd say Bob 1* u
backs. advanced-U not more advanced
drawer talent and Sease
,
Although Sease doesn't ap- than of them were at this
considers toe ,crop of high .prod high school coaches and x SportsShorts any.
ts .
school seniors u one of the .... stage.
players directly until the season Other AFL coaches ltd
best In years. ends, two backs In the Interhlgh '
Ranch
Although the Howard roster Is conch chaff ,
League and two In Northern
of the Oakland
leaded with freshmen from the
Virginia will be due for early <*
Washington area,. only three Tlslts. Raiders, says of Grime:
"He's the best quarterback
young
hare contributed heavily so far t
Fullback Curtis of
Thompson
In pro football,.Jiff ID'teWreDt
Quarterback Robert Butler and
fallback Walter Washingtonfrom McKinley halfback Norman \ ,WHIG IIS IICU'The mobile, has .good
Young of Coolidge and fullback "
"'
; range...has everything.:
Western High hare shown
Reggie Harrison of WashingtonLee fctekoff-return
Dave
Raiders' free safety
.
outstanding potential, along are among the prime targets and puntretarn duty la pro. Crayson concurs:' "
with tackle Charles Millbonse bat each will be soughtby esslontl football are such that "He's a helluva quarterback.
from Fbelps.Sease has led either
major schools. no piiytr net
He didn't look at all like a
realises that Howard's AFL both eate-
Howard might hare a better the NFL or la
rookie last season. He's"ex
chances: of landing the "bine gorier during the same season,
chance to Ball Hubert (Kayo
to article In the tremely Intelligent and cans
chip" high school seniors are according an
scarce. "Let's face II--If a Avery or T.C. Williams a Current Issue of SPORT ....,.. aa excellent selection of plays.
S-foot-i 127-poaader whose tine "Bat the thlag tetra so
boy can get a scholarship from sire may scare off many of' .
The SPORT article also beautiful about Grate, continues
.a Big Ten school or somethingsimilar
the larger schools. Sease calls points out that tn the 17 seasons Graysoa, "Is ,that he
he's going to take B "
,
Avery "phenomenal. since the NFL began recordIng doesn't'throw many bad balls,

punt-return statistics. 17 the ball's right there every
I4 different players hare led the time. And be doesn't get caught
Ken Generals
Riley that league.a player The figures talented suggest enough back there many times. He's

to lead the league In runbacks very quick on his feet, and of
TAu.uwsa-S Is seldom kept at that risky course 11I'. got that quick release
asa rail day, combustible material The tiniest apart can touch It off and
duty for bong so It's hard to drop.him
FAMU To 9 Point la the woods hunting with weU-tn.IDe4q.W nothing Is more tin the whole area tats a smouldering wasteland.From January very for losses" -

beautiful than Florida's peat out-of-doors-especially tilt 1 to Aleut 1 of this year the Florida Forest Service reports The record book also substantiates -
forested areas. But the whole scene can change la aa Instant, that there were 5,717 wildfires oa protected land damaging or WWCIODJ IEII the raves about Griese.
U the hunter Is not extra careful with tire. Taw entire area can destroying more than 111,000 acres.Each fire burned averageof According lotheSPOaTarticle,
become engulfed bJ' raging wildfire which can destroy t0,$ acres. According to State forester C.H.Coulter, at least Giant defensive back BruceMaher Bob completed 1? 0111.passesla
Victory Over S.U. minutes what It has taken nature years to produce. The frost half of these fires were caused by human carelessness. a UO-pounder whoeonslstenUy a game against the Mew Yolk
to BO
that steals Into Florida this time of year plays havoc with the Florida Development Commission pounds to the gives NFL away tight up ends he Jets last season. to set a out-
uptatloD..dtJtnr U out and tuning it into a mass of highly-
mark of II
must stop, explains why be U game completion
BATON RODS La. Florida AIM tallied 10'polnt'ln the able to handle the contact la an per cent Be also set another
second half behind the passing of quarterback Eei&Uey to Willie Mays Gets Eleveith Gold 18,000 Sports Eitkislists Es joy article la the current Issue of record by throwing its passes
topple Southern University PORT :
1M4 Saturday afternoon Magadne."It without ....rctt-.
Trailing at halftime IMS, behind a wall of Wooers to only burls when you're tion..caaslon .
Glove As Major Leiie Player AlT State H.e..I.1 '* .
conscious Maher.
says *
the Rattlers put across three regala the lead for FAMU. *** M 1
touchdowns II tilt final half to Tbe Jaguars toot the lead at ST. LOUB. Willie Mays, outfielder for the gas Francisco GREENSBORO N.C. More than 11,000 persons, the largest
gain their sixth victory against halftime when defensive back Giants has won his eleventh straight gold glove la balloting for crowd ever to attend the homecoming at AIT State University

.one lag.RU.y M e 1 Bouat Intercepted Riley top dtllU1"performers the major leagues.This announcementwas participated la the three-day celebration la Greensboro, N.C.

bombed Southern's defenses pass and returned tt to the made by the Sporting News recently. The crowd was swelled by place la the contest,for,campus .

with passes, hitting tour Rattler M. Sii plays later. Third/ baseman Brooks RobIn dean Beckert and baseman the 11,000 fans who witnessed decorations and the Architectural Soothing relief for
for touchdowns scoring onehimself Jaguar fullback Johnny Rude son of the Baltimore Orioles Roa Saato of the Chicago the Aggies' 1-t upset Morgan Engineering Society won
oa a 10-yard run. HIII scored from four yards out State College la the Greensboro hard-working hands
:
won his ninth gold glove. Cubs; rookie catcher John second place. Holland Hall,
completed of 12 pu'or and Southern led 14-lt at bit, was dose by Memorial Lttdb a. dormitory for freshman' '
Balloting Cincinnati Reds( '
ISO yards oa a cold aDd damp Beach of the ,vutuNt rtnouuM JULY. Per baude s.
afternoon.la time.la managers and coaches la the outfielder Roberto Clements of One highlight of the celebration female students( won first place Teeth se chipped, they actually burl-
the third period, Raymond National and Americas l.ipes.' the Pittsburgh Pirates; first was a mlle-Ioag Homecoming for the decoration of the build 8Uies and e fui a..
the first quarter the Rattlers Wilcox recovered a Jaguar National .Parade. Theme of the paradewas vie1** s cenllnooue
Tbe L.s.gued.t.mivs Wee Parker of theLmMpes ing.
baseman
marched $0 yards la II plays "The Achievement of Black film that pretecle
tumble at the AIM> .yard UseLleves"ptsys Included Other weekend activities la-
team ; and Mays.
Dodgers
before hit tlaiker Knot against moisture better
Riley :
Americans and of
UUrtffley hit sponsors
Carl'Fixjrfj'Vhortstep eluded the first aaaaal Alumni
Outfielder Named to the American $pe than wary creates and
SchoolQeld .1
toss for the Ratters CDU'-rardlc first loucadowa. << m yardswent .r 'ZLO;: r'IJob"CIbtoIa DtI..M a theme Lodi. UanTwiret Outfielders'CarlTUtrsemski-- the parade*.he called.. most ttls, nto.ee year's'SHtN.rw n ''director-of Lecture by Dr.the Ovtsloa Walter Daniel of humanities. -, I *, Petwtaim lotl.eC.t'Yadtse'Jelly.Yen pay '

Horace Loved kicked the ahead lt14.Sports many a year"Winners I' .lltlU mere tham for
Cardinals second baseman Smith and first Dr. Daniels spoke
; and Reggie L
extra nines brands ex
In the annual float- A ptr-
hen humus George Scott of the .m "You Cant Come Apia"The loom jtly..h.t
struck right back y our
banding contest were: the Ma
with halfback Lewis Porter Mug list:s ShirMii Aid Boston Red Sox; outfielder PsI Chapter of the Omega Pal LDIIUIl.A.1I1111A1..rmoa was hsnde are worth III
the Rev. D.O. Speller
and catcherBUI given by
taking the ensuing kickoff M Mickey Stanley
Phi Fraternity for the most -Frsicis0aytiltchurch
yards for a touchdown. Nasser As Tw o Top Coaches Freehaa of the Detroit beautiful float;. the Pbyska pastor of Detroit.SI The Rev. Mr.
second basemaa Bobby ,
The Battlers came right back: Tigers; education Department for the ,
and scored la five plays With NEW YORK- Bill Sherman I I ltd Alex Haaoum are two of the Kaoop of the Los Angeles Angels float adhering best to the theme; 'Speller These spoke oa "Think oa I

the,ball on the Rattler 45-yard top coaches la professional bai tketball, according to u article ; shortstop Luis Apartclo and the Architectural Engineering Things. annual .
line, Rilty faded to his left. lathe cured Issue of SPORT a)laguine. of the Chicago White Sox; Department for the most The president's receptlon
and threw back field pitcher Jim of the Mia.nesota for visiting .alumni was
across the
analysing 11 their strengths and ul&tDa1lDd unique! float.
'
you donl Just aim at (the bole, held'lmmedlately following
to dm who scampered 51 yards coaches the article clearly d. Twins Robinson The Omegas also won first i !
you shoot for a spot oa the back: the 10'ltblU: plM t
lines their divergent approach'es of the rim la my first year tV
to the fI.IDt."Sbarmu playing for him field
my goal
lead Go remains aloof from percentage Jumped from .406 eay pickin bet !
his players off-court but pays to .4J1" you alt

R I& close attention to Impioviog Similarly fill got guard Jeff
their techniques technically" hull!. to stop rushing his shot
Cr .o. aacwsmr says the.SPORT article "while tad Mollus percentage leaped greyhound

e.w.a III use m m maintains a close relationship tram .SU to .458<< Be also

TAOTOUESUacl with his players helped Bob Wartlck to develop
01AI step over or o -COlft sad 1s more aaorcbestrator a consistent shooting groove

around Uw beet live UU well personalities. In contrast to Sbarmu, A1*! raciiuw
ever run acrota.Hulli Sharmaa now eoa the Banana BOW coaching the
UM word teem tk ABA's Los Stud
Angeles has
Oakland Oaks of the ABA Is
L
rUhinc expert e4 Mercury eet- been given much credit for the
botrtf. .h. ke detected m more emotional and personal.
........ gip 4 1M beeri. Improvement shooting shorn Larry CosteUo, former Her
edge .* maaj fbhrnara ta lk e by a number of Saa Francisco now coaching the Milwaukee

.MbjMtW Udpoka.TtMM Warrior players whom he Bucks, says this about Baaaum:
w ri"g l y. immature coached last season "Alex always tries to pt
trots can stir up nor lira UM "
"Before each practice
says
.
everybody Be looks for the
mud In the bottom of a shallow
puddl. if Steen e cbanee. far. Sharmaa" lithe SPORT article, spot to give a sub playing time. &'
where game tub are concerned. 1 wort SO minutes shooting He's always willing to risk
tadpoles rate w a delicacy And with a different ballplayer each sacrificing.points to build
U they happen to be attached day. Even a pro can Improve
a team spirit aad that's
to a book well then the his shooting." why.
most players would be wllUng
run Should begin you need help in acqulrtnc Warrior center Mate Thur to ma. through brick wall for POST TIME-SPM SAT. MATINEES-1:30;
a supply of tadpoles, mood agrees. "What Sherman him," concludes the SPORT
.Just ask any fouryearoldyouncsur. stresses," says Mate, ".. that article .
Hell be delighted
!'find anyone who appreciate Football Injuries .
hU etforu. Actually: moat flanerman -
tromp through or cruise
Cone Under
around the limpid almost Hopelesslyiithvewith k
stagnant shallows that are alive
with this prim baiL Scrutiny By Meds .
U you're not quick enough
with your hands borrow the Something must be done to
wUel kitchen strainer. 'T d- beautiful model?
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Dotes are easy to catch; since tnintmtM focItt.11lDar.: according a voune
flab appreciate this fact, the to ,those la authority.A .
UtU rascal: usually stick to A / society of physicians ,
themselves way back 'in th* has beta authorised to make ,; t'. t-.
Two inaccessible waters aa exhaustive study of the -, .:
as bait a tadpole I* .
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beat booked through both Ups matter.' A symposium .will beheld ; ,"" .,,....... -. ;
then cast: into a likely pot If at Washington TJtaiversity t '
a light weight 1s necessary. In St. Louis next February and l '
attach it' on the bottom with: should do much toward giving qtplt
the bait on an XS-mch leader oat III1ormaUoa, statistics. Sad
off to th* side. Usually they the like. :
should be allowed 10'swim. .
around with complete freedom. Much consideration will be i
Since: tadseles hue sort given to the physical condition
Bents thai may revolt to the of the field to equipment, the1
boa being alone elf daring a skills of coaches and players,
cast 'say the Mercury: lads tt the psychological makeup of' (f.r
U Ik
I beaktha..advisable.gb taflL eaters players, training and conditioning
Little tadpoles can be Ids and offlfUtlng and n*., Arnvewith o.the

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,to click.Civ* 'em a meat la thigh.pads.Sfiiy Smooth


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| .Black Ghetto Child Will: Be Feature Of Dec.. CBS Playhouse Educational



Hick loy His Stellar Role Black Ghetto StarsRLL School Dropoit = PR Roundup

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Teacher Is White -
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Receives PH.D. SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS
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Television's top dramatic series, CBS Playhouse, focuses on LORMAR, )(lss. (NPQ-Seven Alcorn AAM students were
the child of the blot |betto In Its next production, going on r rewarded for their high scholarship and leadership ability when
tile sir December 4. .i Throiih H.E.W the college selected them toahuelattaprogramfor promising
Pivotal character: In that play to black people!. students." Selected to abU.1D the tuition-free program, which
"Saturday Adoption," is a 14- Coven thinks such"paternal- WASHINGTON-Back to 1956 was boosted recently by a $1,400 grant from the Sears-Roeboc!
year-old Metro boy who !1cm" Is deplorable. "rdl Mrs. Mary IfcDevltt Headrick, Foundation, were EnID Barnes, Jr., Gal D. Couth,Willie H.
V wonders whether or not to CBS discovered Cowen when ; a high school dropout,was U'1DcWIth Estes, Barbara Heidelberg, Caroline Thomas, Brenda Williams
r believe the dream of a bright his first full.lenfthplay, her family on a farm near and Martha Williams all of Mississippi.Recipients were selected
T future set forth by the white "Summertree," had a try-out ::- Daisy a rural area Hamilton on the basis of scholarship, financial need and leadership.
lr college boy who tutors him on.,; In the summer ? County Term.
performance
Satarda .. When her oldest child
of 1967. B.'. the youngest T. began INSURANCE GRANTS .
I Ron Cowen, tl-yar-old writer ever commissioned fort \ attending a little mountain ATLANTA -(NP1))-Atlanta University recently received an
author, says the play reflects major drama by one of the school, Mrs Headrlck took "1 Ireltrlctee!" insurance participation grant from i Travelers
t his feelings about the "pater TV networks. some classes too, and also Insurance: Company as part of that company's 1961 alumni
..11sm" that's found not only, The stars of"Saturday Adop began to fill to as a substitute program. The amount of the grant was based on the number of
between father and son, but tion" are also newcomers.Rick, teacher. Impressed by her Atlanta University alumni currently employed by the company,
between teacher and student, Gates, who plays the tutor, and t 4 dedication and lively Intelligence throughout the United States and Canada. The company's horn
t eountry and country race and, Chuck Daniel, who plays the a supervisor recommended office to to Hartford, Conn.
nee.t eynlca older brother of the Mrs. Headrlck to the
,"*'* found to any person who,. black boy previously had only lI University of Chattanooga (now APPEAL
holds his attitude so precious' featured assignments In TV. r I .the University of Tennessee MOBILE, Ala. (NPQ) Black parents recently appealed to
andtbeotberperson'ssowortht For the role of 14-year-old at Chattanooga). The University the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals,'a ruling' by District Judge
less that be has to Instruct Uicy Stander the producers !/' accepted her for admission.By Virgil Pitman permitting the conditional continuation of a"freedomofcholce"
the other person In what's the made a discovery they belter t r 1 1"TM that time 195SCongresshad pupil attendance plan to Choctaw County.
i right way to b*." will prove historic. He's Eric '. enacted the National Defense Opponents of the "freedom-of-choice" plan consider U a device
.t Cowen himself served u a Laneuvllle, 1$ punts mack Education Act ODES). to circumvent forthright Integration of the public school systemas
tutor w'hllo he attended UCLA -... Along with other student assistance
o 'I younger), a student at Dorsey decreed by the U.8.Suprme Court.
< a few years ago. That exper-- High School In Los Angeles, u Mary Headrlck'
4 lenee was the starting point where II.'. studying drama. received oo* of the first National
lor the Idea of his new play! Defense Student Loans PROTESTS SPREAD
i
Tbe producers first saw Eric
t his first on TV. Be went on to two months In a production ,. to be made to the country. CHICAGO (IfPJ) Students demonstrations were staged
that the tutor winds ago J" <1 Having earned her degree at locally and to other cities Black
to tmalne of "A Raisin in the Sun. B L many large recently, as high
a up telllnf the lad wba, II.k had Just opened In Los Angeles jsf L ___*.*tfrfaiHTW Chattanooga, she went on to school students pressed their demands for the reform white-
ought ti do with his life. under the auspices of the toner- STARS ON TV. Three necomers star ;the nest CBS Playhouse presentation, "Saturday George Peabody University at oriented education that excludes even the official teaching back
.. "But where do 1 come ofit / City Culture Center The role Adoption," airing December 4, UO to 11 KT will be Erie (foreground), U, NasbvUl, where she received history. These studentsreuvenated the .1t. ua protest device
telling him what to do? Then I of Wry is his TV debut. a high-school boy Rick Gates ffl his tutor,inS hulk Daniel (r) odder brother. u M Jl and a Pb D.She then and staged boycotts Chicago, Pittsburgh, Syracuse (If.T J and
I realised that's pretty much, The CBS producers say Erie completed two years of postdoctoral Oakland, Call. among othercUis.Smolo>rlnglnthebackgrotad
what whit people tend to doe work at Vanderbilt was Blact- 1t. unrest amohg the students. '
has a natual) talent for mimicryand
.T nearly perfect seta. of PoliticianIn holes Hill Is University to Nashville, Term.
,tI timing Black Dr. Headrlck: 1s BOW engaged PRACTICAL COURSE
CBS Playhouse 1s now In its to postdoctoral studies at the NEW YORK-(NPQ) -Local high school students from several
second season under the C*,t. KiRfiroo Department of Psychiatry to "struck public schools recently wereglven a practical course at
Medicine at Date University, Columbia University on the blues. Involved to the current board
of General Telephone
I JI Tell it toHARRY sponsorship and El drunks. Worst Position"Says In TV Series to Durham, N.C.Mehirry. of schools Education-teachers to the Ocean controversy.RUl-BrownsvUl eDtIlrOll and other about areas 60 high are

I ll.llltil:WaD,actor currently. scheduled to continue to attend the special school at Columbia
i engaged u a stag manager for Prof. to help relieve the teaching shortage resulting from a strtk
UL Executive the CBS Television Network, of the United Federation of Teachers. The Columbia courses
Watch This created a continuing role on Gets Awird also Include algebra, geometry, chemistry and biology.
"Captain Kangaroo," top-nttd
Clown "How does the'BUck address Itself to the children's series presented
comm>inlty : *ssenceof Dr.'James tq Clark Instructor
B. Slngelton College
= poUtlcal powtr.What laths need for poUttcalpower silks Monday through Friday (l.OpJAME8HALL" ,
34 521 -12 professor and chairman. Department
neighborhood level.Jiow to get results with power..* These
of Oral and
,I' = tJ -13 are but a few of the many Issues discussed during a threedayseminar Anesthesia, Mebarry Surgery Medical Is lick FrOsH Tour
entitled "Ballot Power' and the BUck Community
sponsored by the Chase Manhattta Bank and the National Urban College awarded School of Dentistry Dr 0.'. Purl chalrmaa of the Clark College Physics Department :
was a certificate
: Leafue. which was recently held at the Belmont Plata Hotel of and director of th* Cooperative General Science Project
I f Attending.were residents and Experienced politicians, such merit from BoarddYhdeea the University ofPittsburgh's COSp) or the Atlanta University Center, has recently. returned

3 represcntauves or iota gnetto as wingate, Patterson, ana ., from as International conference where he gave aa address oath
.1SI'139 chancellor bead of the Department
Hires your ctone to M areas as George Farner. political correspondent .
roar lUrry egtMnm TVxnfMoo.an tporu luniMriywttk to Park Slop U of the' Amsterdam of the of School Oral dDahlWdlcla Surgery, and dean, H* spoke to Varna, Bulgaria. .at the Congress on th* Integra-:

Its U Anr**Hunt, .Brooklyn and KewerOu.They News, related their view daring the International Oral flab otclnciT.icltnivben'
now Ml*. pKtalMI far CMiRr U discussed ways U which oplaloas, suggestions, a adeDtOllJ'l.Pa.1t Surgery Conference held there .(Glue DIICOEisonblo scientists from M countries
o.n. "
:; ghetto dwellers can obtain a to fn people were presentDr.
;;a4i ar. tar'Avg' October jil through
'Somtt1.i ometlmtoHe's role In their own destiny and In .etabUshlng political pewerIn t Dr" Slngelton. 'wu 17.chairman: !Ii Purl developed the CO1P
4 down. He AdH.,SubtractsJJU create change In their on their communities. of a lector group that scheduled both to improve the method of
: works U all void neighborhoods. Tbe program moved from a .40: '.m., ET) In color on the distinguished oral ,teaching science to non-science*
'Today' question: "The Black polltleaa ls U the formal setting, chaired by network.Wall's. from Sweden, Japan II r lUll Chi I CoicertCHICAGO 'major ud to prevent dupUca-
type mM,.. *+*!M ftta 0R rn 15 M 45ICBMDTO worst position U the world," Vlnnie Urrows Harrison, to credits as talevUloa 1 IsraeL Tunisia and,England.Brazil '1101 amoag.* four Im4tr.orAVCeDt.r..
........." ,rI,.,"....,/ ATTRACTIONS said Mr. Livingston Wingate u Informal reception where performer Include "The Reporter Dentists from the UnitedStates (NPQ The graduate college .
0: s.,.. y1xru Mvly-appolnted executive director a free-flowing exchange toot ," "Tne Nurses," "Th*' England. India, New Ghaaa Dane Ensemble was Tt. Project now to Its thirdyear
of the New York Urban place among the participants. Def.actors." "Lamp Unto My Zealand, Argentina. H o 11 a a 4 presented U a program of has received $500,000
M 12 351 League, who Is an experienced Ted guest speakers WIre Mr. Feet" "Studio One," "Alr'o.n. Ireland, Ecuador, Denmark, CJIu&Iu and Togoles dances from tile U.I. anet of Education
N.ta..W, political snlnalhkisowurlght. Layhmond Robinson, Director ," "Tbe Big Story" Germany, t-, to Mandel 11111, University of to develop>> t eurlcalm.Over .
11..6Mu.ku. life, meaalag the Black of Public Relations, and former "Kraft' Theater" and "RobertMontgomery 1 land, and the RepublicS China Chicago recently.Th t.000 students took part
{ MAN'S DABSNUMBERED politician, utk. prom his political correspondent for Presents," amongothers. attended the conference. performance, presented to tile program th* first two
'n'. .M ..., own people. IeI, the New Tort Times and ABC Dr. Slagletoa obtained his to cooperation with the Illinois years and tt to estimated that:
..-,.a PkIIo ; he 1s killed by the establishment TV as well as Mr. Francesco Bis stage production wigs uoUrgraaSjale degree from Arts CounciL was another to some 1,800 students ar taking
HI.. I'......'Ca1I If he doesnt play the party line. Cantarella, Director of Public meats list such Broadway shows 1 nat University to 1M1 and tile series of lectures and other .put the cured JC.booIIU.
Ne'e We Bust first lean Affairs Division the chase "African "x.. events to tile of African
eq rutn the game for u Carnival ; his DDS from Meharry to 1K6. area Sine Dr. Purl feels that many
.re t1Mt.t.. build the power base, and apply Manhattan Dank. From there, Bins," "A Raisin to the Sun.Ta ." Dr, W Harry Archer prates- aad Black America Humanities Mb< ctene students bass developed .
tbSsP .. t.iIuiis 'Man's Days IfWll erI4." the right pressures at the right a work session absorbed two Loag Dream," "Ja ) ear tad head Department of sponsored by tie Humanities mental blocks against
ii Health and Fortjne are Can B time and u the right place.'This' large groups Into a poUtlcaldialogue males," "Mister Johnson. Oral) Surgery at the University Collegiate Division. Col-- science due to poor exposure-:
,4bsth... Tows When You Know Totfr* way we can be felt, and the stiMlshlng. and defining "Seventh Ilea..." and "Shuf.. said "'Wetn e eelal4booo Beg of the University. to science! to their background/
structure would hav. t that will bars toe Oe Th 4. .....,
Lucky Days. deal .goals Along. ed upon Dr.Singleton's ensemble .lb. course try to utilize COB-
with u u a torso! traveled along the baud* U the motion picture tle 14. one* of our invitation accep-and of performed U native costumesto opts and materials the students
"We don't have to learn their Gal paa of th e political Jungle he acted and served as an his participation to their own accompaniment.Each ar* familiar with to Interest
the
I....",...elf.I Lucky Colors, etc. game, countered one of the Progress along this path was assistant director toMLUUom'! program. Meharry should be dance was Introduced by them to scientific fields.
I I mind Send$ .OO for your community leaders, "We know measured at the seminar by the and was u actor to "The Jo* especially proud to hen an Albert Mawera-Opoku. artistic .'Futar plus call for tilt
"Tn tubs Horoscope Guide for what we want and we will bass crystallisation of specific political Louis Story" as well as Innumerous oral surgeon of his caliber director of tile Ensemble. who addition of a clod-circit
...d 1..k ... to take U." treat extended their Air Fore training oo Its Iac8 J" explained tile purpose of tile television system to the protram. -
'..b......' NOVEMBER The Honorable Basil PatUrson. Ideas sad expesed their films Industrial films and dance and conditions under *
can Isyres.tt4 Senator from New York's sensitive thoughts to the In- documentaries.DON'T which It Is Dr. Purl
sp.d udsrtese. o Fin la the blank below and liltlmore Jet performed ceremonially. and his staff ar*
'mall to ZODIAC Port Office Harlem district, ujectedavttal ttllseemisdadtbskyBealasss BE DBQP-OUT also developing textbooks and
I J nets for the need U Formed to 1MI aad .
nn he u t1pley Box 1171 Jacksonville, Fk. building sponsored ,laboratory manuals to b* Incorporated
,
.... r yes a power base. He gave u *x- participation was STAY Dt TO GET CoHHlttoo Sots by the Arts Council of Ghana Into th* program.
.tro..b HIM ample that reflected the voting represented by Mr. CantareUa SCHOOL and the msdrute of African To date more thai_M.otheralleges {
power of people when used u Herbert W. ,Abrams, James A GOOD JOB YOU MUST lisiioss Piers Studies, University of 0IaDa, { have shown aa Interest
STREETBSTJL.V) : Y- a unified force against the Clark, Herbert A. Behrstock, tile Ensemble Is directed by 'is th* CGSP as a means of
-* power atn tar.. _:-BE EDUCATED A group of concerned chutes Professor J.H. Blew a musicologist mating th* ttfflil"t of science
and ministers East Baltimore and AfrlcanUt who Is more efficient and more meantncftl .

1 MQbur . has formed conmttte railed also director of the Institute to ace-ale ue: majors.
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Hewitt" University's Couch Seek; Mimi 1 Dalftas'l 'led Griese

Hnnlina With A Well Trailed DOJITALLAHAgg '

New. Tiled In ,Coitiiitif 'QitslWASHINGTON. Kited AMOR Top Qeirterbicks"few I

'D.C. Howard University's coach, Tlllman YORK Coach George Wilson of Ole Miami Dolphins
Sease, Is paying strict attention to talent la the way of football. rates Bob Cries U one of the best young Quarterbacks: mr to
;Ha Is constantly on the lookout for talent. coot Into pro football according to an article la tbt current.
will hit Issue of SPORT Magazine.
.Seast begin annual
the coach .
quest to land come oft tbt area's says.Howard's "AH he needs now Is wper-
asslstantcoacbes -Datas-
outstanding scholastic players. tenet," says Wilson of the
are tralllngji number of top
his search will Dolphins' field general"Mont
This fall be linemen, and Sease Is equally great to their first or second
more intense than usual. The Interested In several flashy year But Pd say Bolt U u
Bisons desperately need top- backs advanced-If not men advanced
drawer talent, and Beast Although Sease doesn't ap. SportsShorts than any of them were at this
considers the .crop of high ,4>roach high school coaches and stare."
school seniors u one' of the players directly until the season Other AFL coaches aad

best In years. ends,two backs In the Interhig4Lague players agree. Johnny Ranch,
Although the Howard roster Is and two In Northern jf r coach of tilt champion Oakland
loaded with freshmen from the Virginia,will be due for early Raiders, says of Orlestr w
Washington.., only three Halts. "He's the best young quarterback
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hare contributed btaYU110 far J .
Fallback Coils Thompson oflIcKlnley : In pro football,,Jit's Intelligent \
Quarterback Robert Butler and halfback Rormaa emu. us KICKSThe mobile, has, good
fallback: Walter Washington Young of Coolidge and fullback; range..has everything.:"' "
from Western High hare shown Reggie Harrison of Washington hutrda He tart-return Raiders' fret safety, Days
outstanding potential, along, and duty la professional -
punt-return
Lee art among the prime targets Grayson concurs:
with tackle Charles lUUhoose bat each: will be soughtby s football art such that "He's ft helium quarterback.
from Pbelps.Sease major) schools. no player his ever ld either. He didn't look at all like a
the NFL or AFL In both eatefortes
realises that Howard's '
Howard might have a better cootie last season. B. ."ex
the same season,
during
chances of landing the "bine chance to nail Hubert (Kayo according to an article la the tamely intelligent 'and calls
chip" high school seniors are Atery or T.C. Williams, a current issue of SPORT Mage- u excellent selection of plays.
scarce "Let's face II 4f a S-to lf,129.poundsrwhosealas sin*. "Bit the thing that's so
boy can get a scholarship from' may scare off many of The SPORT article also beautiful about Grlest," continues .
,a Big Tea school or something the larger schools.: Slut calls Rx. f points out that la the 17 seasons Grayson "Is that he
similar, he's going to take It," Amy "phenomenal. .. since the NFL began recording doesn't'throw many bad Balls,
,1r punt-return statistics.! Tt tile bail's right there every
.
different players hive led tbeleague. time. And be doesnt get caught

Ken Riley Generals that a, player The figures talented suggest enoughto back then many times. Be'.

lead the league la runbacks very quick: on his feet, and of
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Is seldom kept at that risky course he's got that quick: release
nothing is quite U ertlhiranng u a Fall tty: combustible material. The tiniest spark ell touch tt off and duty for very long, so II'. bard to drop.him
FAMU To 9 Point to tilt woods bunting with awsn-tnteed dog.And Dotting: Is more tara tht whole area lode a smoldering wasteland.From January for losses." '
beautiful than Florida's real out-of-doors.. especially the 1 to Aagust 1 of this year tht Florida Forest Service reports The record book also substantiates -
forested areas. But flue whole scent can change to aa Instant, that there were ','''' wildfires 01 protected land damaging or WOXJCIODJ IEII the raves about Grlese.
if lilt hunter is not extra careful with fire. The entire area can destroying more than 111,000 acres.Each fire burned aa averaged According totheSPOaTarticle,
become engulfed by ft raging wildfire which can "..tror" ZO._ acres. According to State forester C.H.Coulter, at least Giant defensive back Bract Bob completed 17 of 11 passes
Maher ISO-pounder "'" CODe
Victory Over S.U. minutes what U has takes nature years to product. The frost bait of these fires were caused by human carelessness. BlsteoUy, a gives away vp to BO to a game against the Hew York
that steals Into Florida this Urn of year plays havoc: with the Florida Development Commission pounds to tile KFL tight Mdabtmust Jets last season to set ft opt-
vegtaUon..drying tt out and turning It Into a mass of highly- stop xptalns why be is calM completion mart or II

BATON ROUGE. La. Florida Ai M tallied to points la the able to handle the contact. U u per cent. He also set another
second half behind the UI.Dr! of quarterback .DkUf7 to Willie Mays Gets Eleventh Gold 18,000 Sports Eitkisiists Eifoy article U the current issue of record by throwing 1U passes.
topple Southern University JJ-M Saturday afternoon. PORT MIfUS. to succession without Iusrotsp'

Trailing at halftime 14-U, behind a wan of blockers to Gore As Meier Lessee Player AIT StiteGRCCXSBORO H..ee..II 'Tt only,"hurts says Maher when,you'reconscious tion. .
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tbt Rattlers put across three rents the lead for FAUU. ****** ]
touchdowns IA the final half to The Jaguars took tilt lead at ST. LoUIS Willis Uays outfielder for the tan Francisco: H.C. More than 11.000 persons, tar largest
gals their sixth victory against balfUmt whet defensive back Giants has won his eleventh straight gold glove to balloting for crowd ever to attend tbt homecoming at AIT State University
.one loss Mel noun! intercepted t Riley tap c1tllUl"performers the major I.,....n1a announcementwas participated to tilt three-day celebration to Greensboro, R.c.
Riley bombed Southern's defenses returned tt to tt* made by the Sporting Hews recently. The crowd was swelled by ptac.1D the contest.for campus 1
with passes! hitting four Rattler U. Sit plays doer, Third baseman- Brooks Robto-- dena Btckert and third baseman 'the 11,000 fans who witnessed decorations: aDd Soothing relief far
for touchdowns and scoring one Jaguar fallback Johnny Rardgt Orioles the Aggies' 7-4 upset of Morgan ural Engineering Locum
soft of the Baltimore Ron Santo of the Chicago
hard
himself on a 10-yard ... W scored from four yards out, waft his ninth gold glovt. Cubs; rookie catcher: John State College to Greensboro second place.I Holland Hall, : -werking hands:
completed 11 of U passes for sad Southern led "-U at ball., IItlDorlalSta41. dormitory for freshman' hAltilai.
Balloting was dost by Bench of the Cincinnati Reds( rttlOltUM miT. Far hens. t*
ZSO yards on a cold and damp Urn*. managers and coaches to tilt outfielder Roberto demented One BighUihtof the celebration female students, won first place r uh. a* stepped. they sctualljr hurt.
afternoon.la la die third period Raymond National sad Americas leagues.Tht the Pittsburgh Pirates; first was a mile-I oa I Homecoming for the decoration of tilt buildIng. Seethes sad softens.* m mm mm
the first quarter the Rattlers WUcoi recovered a Jaguar Parade. Theme of the parade prvlei a cntluuui
National League defensive Was Parker of die
marched M yards Is 1) plays fuaWeittheAAM3yatdline.Uev.a' baseman was fIne Achievement Black ocher weekend activities to- film that preteete
team Included. .. Do &tflUldMaJ1. against moisture better
Los plt.
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before Riley hit flanker KentFcboolA.td J on a n-ru4aeorJDc \ tIlUas.r .-..- the parade called this year' Lecture: by Dr. Walter Daniel, .; i.lt.u. G.t'Yasltfa.'
toss for the Rattlers first touch- go yards\t theSports :::, r-stop Bob Gibson Da1'M&nmt of tht St.:; Lotls Outfielders CarlTastratmskl /w rtes*m'thM moil. tnique In ''director U the duties of hamanties. nrrg4 PN Iwe/.11y.YwNr/ ,
.don. Horace Lovett kicked tilt 'MI'." .a little mere than fer
went ahead 11-14. many ) Dr. Denials spoke l 1
Cardinals second basemans and ttrstbusman
; and a'UI..aUIa other brnd..1 petre' _
extra Winners to the annual float- 1
"To Cant Come Again.
poI.atttnItt Scott of the .on
right back, Mel List ShirMia Aid Boston Red George$oi; outfielder building contest were the MuPsl The annual Alumni sermon was bead.em.jearey.worthbtIlyl..yL
with. halfback Lewis Porter and catcher Chapter of the Omega Pal given by the Rev. D.G.Speller,
taking tbt tosaiag klckoff 94 Mickey Stanley Phi Fraternity, for the most olsl r FrsBClsBapOst'Speller
,yards for a touchdown. HIMIM As Tw o Top Couches Bin Frtthu of tilt Detroit beautiful float;, the Physical pastor church, DttroU. The b' Mr.
The Battlers came right back Tigers; second baseman Bobby Education Department, for the spoke on "Think on L
.sad scored ia five plays With KEW YORK- Bill Sharma I mad Ales Runum art two of tbetletbaU pURshortstop* Angeles As- float adhering best to the theme; These Things."
the.ball on die Rattler 45-yard top coaches ia professional baiIs according to u article Luis' Apartclo sad tilt Architectural EngineerIng Tbe president's annual reception
tins. Riley faded to Us left., tht curio issue of SPORT lagaslat.. of tilt Chicago White Sos;. Department, for tilt most for visiting alumni was

and threw back across the fieldto b analytlag their stmgthsas you donl Just aim at the hole, pitcher Twins Jim and Kaat Robinson.of the Mis.Aesota original aad unique float. .beU'lmmedlalely' toUowini I

Clan wto.campredlSyards coaches, the article clearly outline yoe shoot for m spot on the back The Omegas also won first tM forttsll plM __ I
their divergent approachM of tht rim Ia my first yea r
to the game."Shama playing for him, my field goal
( Ooar remains aloof from percentage Jumped from .4M eay pickin? bet !
his players! o .coart, but pars to .tn," you
close attention to Impiovtag Similarly Bill got guard Jeff
their techniques technically,'* Mamma to stop riding his shot

.....,.. ww aoa Ntwem taw says tilt SPORT article "walls and yatlins'percentage leaped
M .....i Ib s I u m maintains a close relationship from .JO to .451. Be also

TADTOICS with his players helped Bob Warllck to developa $.
Most 01&I step ow or oO-cosrt sad Is more u consistent shooting groove
rand the beat live bail mil orchutrator of personalltits." b contrast to Sharmaa, Alex
em rua e.crou.. Sharmaa sow coach of die Baanam, coaching
Tk-1 la* word tree Ik* ABA's Los Angeles Stars, Us Oakland cats of tht ABA.Ids
fUhlnf expert at BteftttiT "*- beta gives much credit for the .1IOt1aIIa11Dc1
heard*. .fc* bar X c4.4 a mom personal.
Improvement to
altoM-t gap *. UM awtdo shooting atom Larry CosteUo, a former 1fr
af mr fbbnmr !. tb by a number of tan Francisco DOW coaching Milwaukee
Mbjlct w ........ Warrior players, whom be Bucks, says this about Basaum:
TteM wrisilr.trot Immature coached last season. 'Alts always tries to get
*GUI: stir up more th>a tb* 'Beiort sack practice" says ...fJ1Iod11a. Bt looks for the
mud In the bottom oJ a haUow '
puddle, tt siren a cbmno: Far. Sharmaa to the SPORT article spot to give ft gab playing time.
when paw ten are concerned.Udpoto "1 work M minutes on-shooting He's always willing to risk
*rate M a deUatey And with a different ballplayer each sacrificing a few points to build
U Ibey tafyctt to to atucbedto day. Even ft pro can improvehis a team spirit sad tba!'. why
a book wet, then tbe shooting."
most players would bt willingto
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run Should besloa.you need help In aoquirtnc > Warrior center Mate Thar- run through brick wall for POST TIMMPM SAT. MATINEES1.3Hopelessly
a supply of leApotf. mood agrees. 'What Sharma him,"' concludes the SPORT
. Juit a k wvy tourycarokiyouncuer. tresses," says Mate,''iI that article
Hill be OIlthiM to .
!'rind UUTOD who appndAtMhU Football Injuries
tloiu. Actually, rood Oshenna -

around tromp the limpid through or, almost cruise Co ic Under in love with

stagnant abaUow that are alive
with this prime tott. Scraliiy By Meds
U you' not quick enouca
with your bead borrow the Something must be done to
when kibm tniner.'. ,T djx II1.I1IIJa tffotbfll lajurks according a beautiful voune model? ; I ,
>l* ar e.iy to catch; alum
to
tub appreciate this fact tb* to those authority.
little nacal usurnUr Mick to A Joint society of physicians .
thmweivne -7 tack in the has beta authorised to gate
warm m-a1bIe waken U tshaustlvs stsdyof
To we M bait a tadpole labfe matter. A symposium will brhU )
t booked though both Bp. cAUTA
it Ontvtrsiryto "
then< n( Into a lUutyxpolUs Washington
Ucht weight U .-*. '. St. Louis led Febnary and r
attach tt on the bottom with should do much toward string
the ban CIQ aD 1I-1Dcb leader out IafanIIatSaa. statistics, and ,
oa to the aide. Usually they
die like
Would be allowed 10'
swim
coBslderatlna will be
round with oompW tnedom. Mac
Sine t a d p.I.a M" alt given to tht physical condition It&1.T
aatbi that mali reel hi tb* of the !field to tqutpment, men'
heat ,brag last ell atag acaat. skills of coaches sad players,.
aay the Mummy Ud. ttMy tht psychological maieiv of'
to adriiabl to wean tbe
heat tb tan.LUO players, training andf'nnrtltlnnIng ;
i tbranch *
tadpole canto: "Us and ofTVUtlag sad n*. Arrive with <.C.
ban when nothing elM seams Doctors also ARe Improveeat See this model the Smooth will
.to click.Clm a try. to thigh,pads.Stuy .... ,,

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lisler and others from ChaseManhattan -.
.Otis S.O.IS.your. MLM1a..IIoNIOe.M sues..h M edllleO.Iis-. REX SMITH ingle recording inchMHey, Bank. Mde
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tilts.*15"1INC1tt "Foxy Lady" Jlml Hendris of CommunltyResovree
ora. M.. ." 9 900 W.:STATE Il4-1111 Experience arrived tn the Pobllc Relations Department of'
the MaMBBU! Urban directed
United States In Jane of 1967, League
the seminar anditzTutForce
celebrated rock
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1 where they bad been virtually Workshop sessions to ft
l Dknowa only nine montlis fruitful conclusion.
meeee before. Since the Monterey Pop Matthew Cuter, Mayor
Festival, Jlml Hendrlx Experience Montclalr, New Jersey,relate _
nu attained legendary: to the! group some of his most
YOUR OWN HOME.:746: status. Although the troop bureceived trying experiences la the area 1 Y
partiodar attention of communicating and relating Jy
= for Hendrix's moraodix man to Us constituents,emphislxlng
c- ; All VICKI wrlsms and treevneelinc on- the win to win.
title behavior,.,crUlct"jje"nanlmous Future plans for the continuation
-- =i 3BEDBOOMAslowal obi their praise (or of the Black community
political seminars are currently
the genuine musicianship and .
arrler-breaklng quality of the In the development stage
HOME $ AAa EJperlenel'IOaIId. between the representatives
M 00Et'Dim Y A team of tome of the most from the Chase Manhattan But
NC41 falcated avante-carde filmmakers and the National Urban LeagM. .1
V 0,en In the country bu been As a result of the favorable r
Just tt DIVI810N Oth18T assembled to make a film with response from the community, 'i .
a EXP.RA national to seminars ''
Jima Hendrix Experience,pro exposure I'
PARK auction scheduled. .to begin In of this Und to ghetto areas r. '
December. across the country is seder ..j '
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Eqtisl Opportmlty Employer their plans action on November
JACKSONVILLE IMMEDIATE OPENINGS FOR tl, infer the auspices of I ijte
ROLL HANDLERS .both the Chase Manhattan bank
Experience Dot necessary.High and the National Urban LeagM. I
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