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Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
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Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: October 25, 1969
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
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BE HEADED BY BLACK EDUCATOR fcnia was of thrown Wyoming, Into at a Lar-state Since Integration provide for both Florida the, AIM bootstraps Fla.H"Mygoal la to

of confusion recently as the
and the boots for those deprived -
... . ... ,result of the summary dismissal
.II ATLANTA:--.According to the Southern Regional Council the of educational economic -
of 14 black football
* From Sfidenl To President players by Coach Lloy Eaton, latest statistics show that 300,000 white students backed by opportunity," was one
'white without their parents, have Ignored laws on Integration by enrolling la, of the historic statements of

chance, of reinstatement recourse or private! white schools throughout the South. Dr. Benjamin 1.. Perry, Jr.,
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( It is also tbe 'opinion of the when, on October 11, before
Kilted StilesLiber team members areas the den shifting of
Council that these moves may thousands'of guests.became
Coach Eaton to the bouDdarle.llalbeeanept.b1court
speaking jeopardize) the public education tbe sixth president of the U-
V.... Inferred that the black decisions The NAACPin
in and Internationallyknown
the torlc
students are' marginal He program region several instances has suit

Figures ; .: 'saW,'."We are"trying to give According to SRC, accurate with the I view of setting the Institution, a school
not known for the caliber of stu
figures
are altogether anIlable. -
'' fic them education records right In the light of '
an ,, through '
: Increased integra- court decisions. 4eot.wbo ;:18&'" its walls

Show Increase ,, football..Nevertheless. faculty members tion in the schools has been a Dr. Perry was formally Inaugrated -
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deterrent factor in that re- and became,officially
"' ''' f have threatened to resign Helps Minorities
spect. the new head, when Board
U the not
dismissals
Slum life for the American are A startling announcement, of Regents Vice Chairman
A student
Black Is becoming even more Rescinded. govern: however Is that there are ten Louis C. Murray Orlando,
favored the withdrawal -
wedgroup .
costly If.information released of student fees from times : more ,plvats .white taking note' of Dr; Perry's

hy t tbi Labor Department the) athletic department. '' schools In the South than ber.- unique position In the area of

meads anything; ._ 'Eaton himself me center /offttaasptte tot ore or as of five years ago' b1&ber.tducatloll, / thetraditional I
"Thfevppingotaenempteyt+zantr "'" I. ; J5RC reports thattheCitizens .. medallion bearing

bat come In spite of edralnKstratlotfs -t I tA ': ,said that he might>, 'C lltlClJ. ot America sponsors fa seals of Florida and ot tbe
'not
retastattaiprohlhe! students '
attempts to the coo*, at least !Wall-white privateschools'Tiatorganlxatlonhtts 4 stire'of Florida, around the
He* that ,
raid
faculty -
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trary. *? educator?* heck;<

On the contrary, the rate for \ members have tried to help- been the principal promoter of *TDrT, Murray? at that 'auspicious -
black students students from
the wblte unemployed Is Ding 'WM. ', ; :white private.chools.''They moment Invested Dr.
split homes and members of
don' :': 'I./ Ii families. have been given the name of :Perry with authority as head
poor whose alumni
Tbe Labor Department said /academies. .of FAII.U
The faculty senate vote 21-17-
that the rate, worst among j. The SRC report reads "The DUmber Into the thousands
to the dismissals and
black teenagers, rose to more1 1 1- oppose existence of the new schools Dr. Murray said, "It is a
asked that tbe blacks be suspended -
than 30 per cent r'. in some communities Is depriving great step forward to Install
pending an Investlga.tion. -
The Jobless rate for whitesIn ; the public schools of the .University's first president
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la the history or ur + w
new and unique chapter grs _
poverty neighborhoods fell became a fact when, on October 11, Dr. Benjamin L, Perry, Jr., became not only the sixth These students were memO? funds and'of general support." "from among Its gradu'
from 5.2 to 4,4 cent. SRC has therefore, recommended ales He continued, "We can
per president of the famous Institution; as as a graduate of the school and an outstandingalumnus ben of the unbeaten Wyoming JAMES M. MOORE Identification
For black workers accord- that the Department only hope that such
represented the gamut of achievement In the picture above Dr. Perry, with Cowboy club.Eaton credited
of Health Education and Welfare will serve to IDspire.veryone'
to the the rate of
log report Florida's Governor Claude Kirk, Jr., on the left, receives "The Charge" from Dr. Louis with bringing Wyoming Into the James M. Moore, above, has .
unemployment averaged '.5, C. Murray, Vice President of.the Florida Board of Regents in Lee Auditorium. More than 0 limelight from a low level His keep statistics private, been appointed administrator In tbe university:
cent In the education. It has that 'community, right down to the
third quarterof urged
per alumni students and witnessed the investiture.Dr. Perry pledgedsupport ,
guests is His life-
the 2,000 dignitaries, record 55302. of the Equal Opportunity division student body" The state official
racially segregated private
year of the cry "FAMU FOREVER" as a source of pride, a symbol of success denoting, time record Is nationally of Aetna Life and Casualty. of tbe
President Nixon has been schools should be discontinued. spoke glowingly
.efficient and effective operation in a dosmopolltan community with a nucleus of black leader .Six of the blacks are start-, He will administer the made
the school has
emphasizing efforts toemploy progress
ship dedicated to serving an ever-increasing discernible segement in o our society era. The dismissal brought Company's practices In the
and of its distinctive role In
poor blacks and whites through Since the passage of the recent
privately owned coaeerns about an all-night meeting of laws and the Issuance of, ,employment apt promotion of the area of higher education in

with the help of federal Job Morgan StatePresident trustees and Governor Stan various directives on education minority group members In Florida. He charged the new
Hathaway. That finally the home office and .In field
group "to work for the
training fuDIIs.MII.I's. Noted 'BostonianTrustees southern states have president
upheld the dismissals sought several ways out. Recently locations. Mr. Moore is a advancement of Florida AIM
Is
Wyoming recently fought graduate of Central Con
Racial In an area of Florida, University's position as true,
Brigham, Young's all whit necticut State College He
In' state university
Information led to the discovery partner our -
Cams Held team and was victorious 40-7< that white parents were taught In tbe Hartford public system of higher education -
Choice The 14 Athletes wore black fictitious addresses. In other school system and was a "

Police (lilts armbands tbe day preceding television news adltor.

WASHINGTON new organization the Saturday battle with ,Brigham University Chancellor Robert

of Negro colleges, Young, protesting the Civil Service Elee. Urbol League Maids emphasised the difficult

Drier ScritiiyIHAMfcMlaml For Huge School tbe Organization of Black Colleges doctrine of the Mormon position a university president

has announced plans for Church u to Negroes in positions has come'to occupy In

has two racially asking the Federal ,Govern in its hierarch Eaton nnounces Two American society. Dr. Mauls

separate police' organi- ment to give positive and Increasing tried to lay blame' on tile ( pointed out that "He la confronted

, ttttons. This was true of EAST LANSING, Mlch.HAblackeducatorDr.CliflonR.Wharton 'aid to black colleges'which Black Student Alliance] at the :! ': r t "Hew Protects by Independent faculty,

Jacksonville until slightly Jr., son of a former diplomat to Norway mtcprolmeshhass will not be able bridge school j :1i b7' students who demand a share

more than a year ago when authority on Asian and Latin American the ppYrmmfiaacWseedsto Fats Domino Sued 'rg.!! ;d The Jacksonville Urban in decision making and a
been named president of ,MkMpnState.Untversityspredomlmtiy the ability to J.
out much
lines of demarkaUon were carry League and tbe Duval County situation which prevents him
white school with an enrollment of more,than 40,000. needed -I: "
programs. : 'ij Board will from exercising the restraints
torn down.. For 19,000 Debt School begin conducting -
who will enter
Dr. Wharton MartlnJenklnspresldent ", .. .
r..I1.. a Civil Service Class on dissent available to leaders
Police Chief Bernard Gar- upon his duties in January of resigned In April to bead tbe of Morgan State College Ispresident. Fats Domino pioneer roc k J on Tuesday, October 29, at fin other fields when they wish
mire of Miami Is looking Into 1970 expressed himself recently Nixon administration's AID RenLrtoo !
,
Dr. Vivian and rock linger,has beensued New Stanton High. School to achieve their will" Dr..
the matter of separatism. u being "deeply hon.ored. program president of Clark College for $19,040 and Is accused of Classes will be held each Mauls spoke of tbe new leader

The Warn Police Benevolent ". ." This Is the first time, Trustees reported that Wharton Atlanta, Is chairman of accumulating the debt at a Us Tuesday and Thursday night as "an WllllualllWl,dedicated
Association is white. The Miami .in the history higher education received moral the '
strong executive
support committee. Dr. Vegas casino. > beginning at ,:00 p.m. All >, the welfare of Florida AM
Community Police Dene -, that a black man has from national figures,, Henderson
emphasized that Interstate Credit Service,Inc. 4 who would lib to Unlverslty'and asked all work
volent Association is black., been named to head an institution namely Democratic National that the organization Is not a is chargingthsentertalnerwtth I attend persons register now by (with him and support his ef-
may
The former Is exclusively of such magnitude. Chairman Fred Republican '
R.
separatist
Harris movement The running up a bWfor$30oooat contacting Mr. Leroy L. Bass orts." -
.white There are restrictIons 'Michigan state has about 1, National Chairman group simply Intends to seek the club in 1963. He is said to at the Jacksonville Urbat '

In IU constitution. 200 black students and ranks Rogers CAMorton, National more support nave repaid $10,00. League. In order to perticl Mayor" Spurgeon Camp' of
up in 1M7 after the 19)5 organising. among the most highly respected Urban League Director Whitney Dr. Herman Long, president Tallahassee spoke In the same'

institutions of learn- Young, Jr., and John D. of Talladega College felt that World Community ANTHONY W. HUDSON pate in the ClvilService be school 1 theme. He drew attention to the

The Negro association has \ ing. Rockefeller m. On me trustee black schools: should be considered you_ must a high I new role of tbe college head,a.

about 62 members according Michigan State is cue of the board are two Democrats a national resource; Day For Women Anthony W. Hudson,above;has graduate The of the CivilSer- role, sometimes, of"fnistra-'

to Arthur McKay president. :Dig. 10. Dr. Wharton w a. and three Republicans. He iDr. Long showed ,that black been named director of Personnel vice purpose Class is to familiarize wtVfcSflS' burden" Be

Both otter about tile chosen by a 5-3 vote by the received support from trustee colleges have been producing November 7 of the United Stales in the areas d'' Dr. Perry Jr. la ably

same benefits The white '.truat.... 'I1Ie .educator,.42 Blanche Martin, resident 0 fEast graduates from the lowest in- Civil Service Commission.Tbe participants equInJecI to e&rrJ tbroa&' all
association does not draw tbe years of age said "1m assuming Lansing, and only black calve groups In America. NEW YORfc World Community appointee Joined tbe Commission -< Problematical Mechanical Matt, Spatial 'trustratlow, ,

toe when aiding children the choice was made trustee. These people,he felt,are more Day will be observed as a management intern -' Perception, Aptitude Speaker of the 'House Fred

Members of the white union ,00 !the basis of my compe Tbe economist.. born in important to the national security Friday Nov 7. dcburch in the New York region and Vocabulary ReadlogComprebemlcm and Word Da-, Schultz flew in to Tallahasseefrom

pay blacks in does checkoffs.The : tame" He is currently vice Boston, 'received degreesfrom thanthoeeproduciogthe On that day millions 'in 1962. following several effort a legislative weekend to
concentrated
pay $,.00. Both president of the Agriculture Harvard, Johns Hopkins, technology for nuclear war women wUlbemeetinglncomnunttles the nation and- years of experience in teachIng -'.' rill age. be This to sharpen the Indi bring greetings from

are tax exempt.' They re Development Council New and a doctor's degree from the fare. across '' and in social work, while vidual's skills et be will Florida'a lawmakers 'and
their so '
calve no funds from anygovermental York-located nonprofit unit University, : of Chicago. Dr. Long revealed that will climax under tbe year-long theme pursuing graduate studies: at be better qualified to tab the pointed to the legislature's

arroftotlmi. organized by John D. Rockefeller Clifton WhartonSr. retired; ',Blacks are 'being mated study In Intermtloml. Columbia. He earned bit B.A., Civil Service examination ."commitment to higher' education. -

According to black presidedMcKay m.. B an organisation 'spent 40 years in the Foreign from Negro schools at time ,Development."Christians :'in sociology at Rutgers 'In The Civil Service class ." He pointed to Dr.
no whites have sought which teaching Service.- He was named b Before Perry as a,"strong president
supports pro- y rate of 20,000 per year The 1959. taking up residence -' will be $2.00 :
membership la his organisation. IfUIIlDCrtaearclaJll'opamInlatl President Kennedy In 1981 as annual family Income$3,900 Plans.Afro in Washington in 19M ter.charge' asemes- for.a !strong Instaa ino."

He said ben baa been c to agriculture dm ambassador to Norway '.Dr.. t or.less Mr. Hudson held examining
A "SpeskOni"wlDaspaason .Governor Claude Kirk Jr.
some discussion, as to membership. -' lamed la fah... Its was a :'Wharton, Jr.- travelled with' ..:,President. Henderson showed American DegreeGAUVESYILLEoThe and Inspections posts In tile, : / by a.e SoriUide. .Con- welcomed alumni and pests, .
President Don member of me Nelson Rockefeller his father. He became ftaentto bat predoaomaotly white col- New York 'OSC region He '
munity dub an eetRrswfa d' Governor Kirk "I know
Prints cI the white organization : -. presidential..../. to '' Spanish during I aeir steyetr -: :. lefes and lotversitles which: first has pioneered la, the. design,, ,the JUksosvtlleOrtULequs, .this! ,. man and ,said I know mis
Mid "Perhaps one day: Latin America.'' t : In tbe CanaryIdaadsv f and ,
/ : sojourn -a* .1.Stacks In increasingJtambers.should Afro-American degree p r o- operation of training efforts Project ENABLE 'Institution. I confident both
there will be only one group" ;Dr.'Wfcartoa was fie of fait lie II oosaidred .*.. : "draw on till Igram for a state university to prepare .the hard- '( am

He said he dU not know what COllI........ Dr'MIl A.....>:'
.itf. 'ereotauate should the'' v ...: : 1 tl... HebashadpoststaMaJasvfc %, .experience, that we have in; University of South Florida success.-UnIteed States Civil 39. 7:30 pjn.. at Pine Forest fotur opportmnltiea win be

question of integration arias ,.acboe1.- >,.". :,,' .. ,: ,""TtaOandandCainbodta.- ,.eeWttfBc. .:-- black ........." by .the State.Board Regents. Service Commission) Photo, ,ilementary School cafetorlum. required generations to serve."they

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.9. 8110Jn. T with the facts about Job discrimination
t Most people are familiar
pervasive such discrimination iscan be seen by the unofficialban
[ on black artists by some cultural institutions
ERIC| 0. SiIPSOI,..IUUINI ID IT Of IffliLil '" An Instance of this is a current case before the.New York
: City Commission on Human Rights. Two musicians with wide

HILDA IIIU".ciICILlJlDI'IUftACEI) .. ':''symphony orchestra cellist expert-with .
ence one was a
t PRESIDENT ;the Pittsburgh Symphony for
\ NIXON 'four years are charging that
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AIDIEttP.O. .tile prestigious New York Philharmonic -

BOX 5S! UCISltmU. [ FLORIDA, 32201 I "/WU Wt: THE W POJVER OF.ASSISTANTATTDRNEY ,because they refused are black.to hire.then |

I ? The Philharmonic says no, I ,
OfFICE 2323 HOKCRIEF ROAD THE UNITED STATES INCLUWM gENERAl JERR(5( LEONARD I color doesn't have anything to
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WHATEVER FORCE HAY BE HE- do with It, they're Just not
PRONE 3541112 THE JUSTICE
554PV TO PREVENT AHY OB WAS ASKED WHY J 1lr-" ed.*? But since the men
,w T U D, HADMOV TODELAY ;have such high reputations and ';\
MIAK1 OFFICE 5011 MIM, ATI::' 'STRUertOHOFTHELMAWTVCARRYOUTTHEORDEROFTHE ENFORCEMENT.OF A COURT'ORDER !since the orchestra has hired [ ti
: .' (only one black man la its hundred ':
DERAI. COMPELLING miNTECRAWN, year history, that explanation ,
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PRONE ::7513.73 FEDERAL .. isn't very convincing j ,\'
., 'LAW AND ORDERS OF A UNITED OF$SCHOOLS MISSISSIPPI' A look at other major orchestras :.;.

gcT1SCRIPT1oNRA1*' STATES COURT IHPLEHENTINw THIS/S WHAT HE ADores : reveals the same picture:
one black musician in Cleveland ,_ .
,Year, |i2.00 Half Year, 37.00 Mailed To Yom ''THATLAUCANNOTBEFLOUJEti EVEN' IF THE SUPREME COURT another In Boston) other WHITNEY M. YOUNG, JK.
.IJf'Ih.rI ID 'lb.* UnIted! Stat.. v ** WITH 11 IMPUNITY. :orchestras with no blacks. The numbers of black symphony 'i
WERE TO ORDER IMMEDIATE' musicians major orchestras can be counted oaths fingers of .

Subscription Payable,> In Advance /$0 SPOKE DWIGHT &EISENHOWER INTEGRATION)! LACK THE PEOPLE ,one band. "
If there is anything Negroes have been known for in this ,.
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Send Check Or. Money, Qrdet'foFIARhDA: ,BT1R.P..O.BOX 599, IN 1951 WHEN THE STATE ANDBODIE5. TO. ENFORCE: 'country, it is musical skill. White Americans sing and dance to'
OP ARKANSAS FORBADE NINE NEGROES THE LAW .ATTORNEY OEHCML music written, played, or Inspired by black writers and per-J;
JERRnSLEONMDSCMLa46Nr8 formers. In fact, one of the stereotypes black people have beed
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA "322JH fc",' WUTTLETOFFTERAPUBLICHIGHSCHOOLaK P03T ernrrr&iHEJnrnereevtEvils subjected to Is the myth that we're "born with rhythm." .
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How strange it is then, to hear the Philharmonic's music '. ,'.
i director explain to the Commission that his 99 per cent white .,..,,

WHAT COURSE WILL THE NATION EMBARK ON, MR. PRESIDENT? 'that''orchestra's emanates"audition from standards a player, and takeinto his "rhythmic account the understand-"warmth :v

Of ;:Self-SepiratisM' Ing." The stereotype Is used against blacks,and then discarded -0'
when it comes to evaluating black musicians for Jobs that '0'

I -. -, ,supposedly value the very same qualities. ,(.
From a special feature, "Black Leaders Speak Out on Black .. ., It is shameful for a major cultural Institution, one that gives
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Education," we have chosen this excellent consideration of the concerts in a beautiful new ball financed by public subscription
theory of self-separatism as sponsored by many college studentsJRoy I to cling to the color bar while other filed; are In the ,
WI1kmezecutlvedirectorottbeNational( Association process of discarding it. S
for the Advancement of Colored People, is the author. The To claim that there aren't enough qualified black musicians <
article appears In the October 1969 Issue of Today's Education, YOUR :WEEKLY 'Is a ugly untruth, especially when New York also has the
a NEA Journal. We have chosen..to.. call this article Evils of Symphony of the New World, integrated ensemble. About 38 ,:>
Self-Separation of that orchestra's 90 musicians are blacks, and the group has '.:,'
To the dismay of at least 95 per cent of the Negro-American had execeUent notices in its five year history. '
population,many of the Negro college students to whom nearly While the Philharmonic says it can't find qualified blacks and j
everyone looked for new Ideas on race advancement have come HOROSCOPE GUIDE 'refuses to hire 2 eminently qualified musicians, the Symphony
of the New World found 38. But while the Philharmonic ,.
up with a theory of racial self-segreptlon.For ;i ? "r gets ;
all the adult lives of every black American 40-to-60- fat contributions to give summer concerts in the parks, the >.'>,>
years-old, the primary goal has been the abolition obviously: : '. !nryaA Integrated Symphony of the New World can't raise enough,,;
unjust racial segregation.? >> textbooks or philosophical theses money to give concerts for schoolchildren in the ghetto. Behind .r
are needed to drive this point home?- 'b.e practical operation of ; BY P1ILO-'THE ASTROLOGER 1', ::!:'Cf the red and gold facade of our major cultural Institutions is the
the system is >plain> enough to a fourth grader. If one separatesa { i rotten stench of racism.It .
minority from the majority culture (and the NegroAmericanIs extends to other fields, too. The movie industry depends on by
a distinct and relatively powerless minority), it Is easy to .', ,' .WHICtf' ARE YOUR TUCKY' DAYS black stars like Sidney PoWer and Jim Brown fill the movie ,y
build Into a deprived population. ( houses, but the I highpaying craft Jobs behind the cameras are .
disfranchises blacks.The latter have no say still '
Lily-white politics J lilywhite.The ,
In the election of men to office In taxes, In legislation that ,FOR. ftUSlBESS J 'tOVE iTRAVEL? same story holds for television.performers out front

literally affects their'very lives Llly-whltelsm seals off the .. .. .., -, may Include black stars, but the cameras, if s different. At the
blacks' living quarters, their recreation travel!, employment, same time that racial barriers are crumbling and black per ,:
and schools,,pey are(and have been)ripe for exploitation.'The u formers, at least in the star category, are given the chance to ,.;,
whit,' majority llso administers 'tilt law and can fasten I .,..: : 1 'I play ,to prime-time national audiences, black craftsmen are
criminal label otj l(Cbi')* k population through convictions and .\ .. F .frozen out of top-dollar Jobs. _
Imprisonment $: : ARIES 1': :tiICU', [LIBRA cirjliiir" This kind of discrimination is hardest to bear at a time when ?k
Aided by the many tentacled communications media, the white black writers artists, musicians,and actors increasingly come
majority can build an evil conception Into racial policy almost ':BORN MAICR2JU 1011JDlE BORN SEPT.' I"*.?i *-, '., to dominate the nation's cultural life. ",
overnight. Heavy tomes by"scholars," textbooks for millions :22ii; 'J22"; ( BORN DEC: By far the most exciting plays, books paintings these days
of white children, picture books, tabloid and staid newspapers, APRIL jail J3rl OCT. 23rjf ,are the work of black artists who are leading a cultural
magazines, opinion polls, and radio and television all can: help ,- ,22..' IAN. 1 13th"Have renaissance not seen since the 19ZO'..Their success will make
'create and maintain the net of public opinion that will bobble Make the concession seeing It Increasingly difficult for our cultural Institutions to cling to
'black people. If one adds the sermons and pastoral advice You know where. In any that we cannot all see and think Settle down. Much of the excitement a base. The old methodof outmoded rac m.II .
that can be given each week to say, 50,000 congregations and event, there is no doubt in alike, It is necessary to make previously generated fortifying a strong potntatter -
parishes, he can envision and appreciate the enormous IIIUN.cro your mind as to where you allowances on'a broad scale should by now be dying down. its capture, before going I I' r',
machinery. want to go, and what you ex- Things for which you are solely Whatever may have arisen to on to lay siege to the next one, :
Yet, in the free of these overwhelming facts, some of today's 'pect to accomplish: once you responsible will have to be complicate the economic picture remains valid to this day Secure I College StudeM Speaks |
black college students have set up a singsong liturgy for black get there. All the same, it finished your way ((25th-27th). should fade along with It your hold as you go a- II\\.1, |J'
studies centers limited to black students and black faculty would render your task easier But in Instances where duties (25th). This may strengthen long so as to shorten the fall |
members. They want the universities Just to give them the to take' Associates into there must be enough flexibility your hand and enable you t o .should there be a slip now and j By. Bins Brm-NPI-. | ,,:
money-end go away. They 'will select the courses In the you confidence ,and to ex-y on both sides to Insure throw your weight around.Intellectually then. This should be the pol \'
curriculum, !hire and fire faculty, and generally runt separate 'tract their consent and collaboration ,smooth and successful teamwork If not otherwise lay'- to follow during this The time was several years ago and the place was a state
to the full extent ((26th, l'7t11)). Draw a limit as :quarter and the first in November
black college within a college. This is especially vital on university the South. The university had chosen to desegregate --
They have added to these demands one for separate dormitories of their willingness and ability inasmuch as finances are concerned to what can be taken awaytrom (25th-27th). The signs rather than' ace litigation, and one of the pro- ",
arbitrarily established on a color basis, where all white (25th, 26th). There still on the Z8th.I.ZoI46848709. basic assets, but none whatsoever of a disappointment regarding lessors'was telling his white students what he thought a.. <.
students are barred and all Negro students are required to! .Is nothing to be gained on what may be put, into I ..a loved one, a friend or a ft boat the prospects of desegregation The Black students
enter and live. There are tales of threats to hesitant or through rlsktating and spending them (28th). naacial venture are rather who would be entering his classes were to receive no spec- -
opposing black students by the minority of black activists more than one is earning 'clear on the 2bih, 29th. ;lal tr.atmeDt--e1tber favorable or unfavorable-he said. ;:
All this goes on despite the fact that the majority of Negro <28th). : "No "special allowances' will be made for them; to earn\:,
.students seek an education for lift la the real world of tough s.Zo-15:'J'7.68.2ZZ 3.30.1 :5r19 a grade, they will have to do' the same amount of work as L
Interracial competition and for Trrards*.. unencumbered by, 7-70-19-33-68-876: LEO anyone else.-no more no less!' Was the professor beingI I
racial maneuvering. '' : ,.. I :unfair to Black students who later would be called "cuttuI I
The separatism called for by a highly vocal minority of : BOIN TULYABB SCOJPIO rally deprived' and in need of "compensatory" treatment? \| I
Negro-Americans will harm the multiracial,pluralistic society BORN' OCT. ,, AQDARIDS. : Wu his abhorrence of"favoritism" too merciless? I
America is seeking to perfect. It is certain to isolate the black TABUS 1310: ; 2211, BORNAN.' Possibly, but compare the other extreme of favoritism to;'f
population, .to the Joy of the white segregationist. With its' 24tl NOV.: 22IJ which we have come in 1989. A group of 1,800 Rom an
unconcealed aspects of racial hatred and violence: especially oil APill2M 20th FEB. Catholic nuns across the country have asked clemency for ; ;t ta
Its for paramilitary strutting and boasts it could .. 1jjl <
predilection i Make everythbuxsolld.There reputed Black gang leader accused: of murder 11 the fa-
foreshadow a tragedy la human relations comparable in con- 2011Whafs 'is a time to strike out and expand No hastiness,please.:Everything ,tal shooting of Sister Dorothea, a Chicago nun. "We be- !
,cept, if smaller in scope, to the hateful HiRer dictatorship. MAT.. and a time consolidate seems to have been going Don't lead; follow We all 'Ueve that many buds pulled the trigger of the run and all
f -HOY WILKINS, executive director, National Association The moment to do the laity along smoothly, perhaps too have our moments when.. ,those guns are not In Lawndale (the Black area where the I
for the Advancement of Colored People. doge ls-dcoe. Undoubtedly may be said to be at hand ''smoothly. This lead to ''want to.rebel against fate as DUD YU slain). WI believe that Sister Dorothea herself f
I the decisions have Yen If you hate to stop takln a sudden showdown with the, well as against anyone who jheuunstau tbeJead III i requesting clemency for the accused,
r been made and the steps tak In 'more and more territory very one with whom cooperation obstructs This of l& I
:: en. All that Is left Is to allow ((25th-27th). Those who have Is most essential ((25th). 'Is a mistake us. course, Consider also this 1II..It.m: r
r: 'this Week I li Ne'II! .Hlit.ry'' : :wisdom enough! time to reveal the ventured a bit too far for com One serious error can set offa seeing that major no one proportions can,or Dr: Cbarles' Burst president of Chicago's newly named
or folly ofth.per.c ,
fort find ,
themselves
I' may called chain of more serious ones, ever'will succeed in making Malcolm X Community college announced that Us compu
) responsible. Taureans seem short and obliged to retreat,' tOO,Counselling malntalytng a ,It alter Its decisions ((25th)., would drop an entrance requirements and stop Issuing fal-'
to have their work in which to make certain that they will firm grip on the temper and What will be-.will be. With Hale .
Oct.* 18, 1898(North Caroline MniriLUe Insurance: company they can lose themselves and not be outfiastedbylsdlvlauals tongue (29th)).' Sincere efforts this firmly In mind, we'll need for a "ao-f1J1 system,'"e said, stems primarily
Wgaplzed In Durham, N.C. by Dr. A.M. Moore and John of find the surcease from the rest Inot 1) be out to thwart,.them :to restore harmony all directions ,simply await what comes and from lack of u'motivating forces aDd quality cnod education
'IQr world and its problems (C28UO. and to give new meanIng aY1aJabJt
to
: hope that this will pave the: ( children of low-income Black families. Thesystem'
((28th S7th).
Separations or to should b ''
your hopes, eper.onall1 will
for the betterment prevent students
way or security front discouraged
Oct. 19,1870: Joseph Rabey became the first Negro member. ,' breaks may take place on the .1-40-13-77.-JM18 fruitful on the 30th. 'I or m red-br a bed becoming
: jre
academic
generally are e x- record If therlaterlmrmoe -
28th Tote Is !
the
of the U.S. day that Is
Congress.Oct. r -
'h '
Indicative of the end of a chap- pecting(Z8tb, 29th). ;'&rlt b1fa or 1 e ii 1 ; FS..
.- 21, 1872:' Presidents! of Negro Land Grant colleges, ter related to domestic and dent 1dde4. But, are not the nuns and the college jrcisl-
: $-44- .., proposing a new form of favoritism 'tiricU1J remlnlaicent -
"-8 ti.
public
relations
meeting In Washington,D.C. proposed end toracla1l1-' perah ,11111MM 11016.68.78.323PICEs:: or laws and edacttlonl practises that favor whites?
.;university systems. Doe roe faorWara cemterbxlaoce ,
another? Certainly,
: AH.
8 50175598111iORN JA.ITTARIISIORN ,then 11 the aced tot of
; Oct. 1852' The Rev. T. J. Hornsby founder-president colDpUsloa 11 the I4m1n1atraUOII
,
ZZt justice aDd ID the
II l;:' ,Pilgrim aide Insurance Company,,born In Augusta, Ga. iZJij LEM.: MM., IOV. I college president grading ue Dot ci just stadents. But the nuns mad the
fEI.it. being compualc te, They
'f": 1", Oct. 22,1942:'' Dr. Algernon B. Jackson' ;a founder of Mercy ,1Ellll: 1 Think ,1 i I 23rd :,BEC. 21st .Mil Mliii.:. : th, nor aee., aDd to be that's telling why the Black need IIID;; "We know )'ou'r.1nfe-' '.
your Y J. Seeing that yen a special break! They 11I-
Douglas hospital, Philadelphia) died in Washington, D.C. ,. pear to
:{ : media ---- &If"wick white
MAT f mass are pretty much segreptlonlats that Black peqlll
r, Oct. 23, 1888: Wiley Jones operated the first car line In i in control of people's minds, I I ICs the season. This istun ,' It can pty to wait. The alga ,u. IDeapab1e of living ap to standards cie4ueat1onaJproIIclencJ -: :
.21sf JIKE 21st'Applj and
; whether for when the weather cache not favorable when .oraI- rectitude.
Pine Bluff Ark profit or for propaganda time are comes This "tr1enda" of the Black I
( purpose/ it appears I I playing tricks on us. It can' 'to making decisions or taking: l man evidently'" COlllJder him, Dot a person, bat "as a sped-,' I''
Oct. 23, 1935: Joe 'Louis defeated Max Bur in Madison safeguards.. Whether y almost Impossible for one to be warm and balmy one day :trips,, ,of any consequence.. .. ? CUI. Ir may b argued (that Blac'peeple '
'-:;I Square Garden New York. -' the hasards are seasonal,oc- think for oneself. As a rule and cold and clammy the next; (25th). We often discover later prtferlllt1a1 trtabDeat" IIa It" ci their history or opppres-\,
.' sine BIt
'r: : : cupationalorotanichersort Yirgoansare not easily Influneed. i., depending on where one resides that It was for our ow n even more Importuuy, BJacfs spot kft tilt
::' Oct. 23,1952:' Frank E. Peter Topeka, Kant, was it would seem prudent ot recognize -. This is a quality they I. ((25th). One must make good when we canceled a voyage to 1uIvJ lOr 41ser1mlDat84 ci .1mplJ P people aDd of neither heingcatered'tcpcrlasity
: ,first Negro to win commission and win the Marine Corps' them in good time. should preserve with all the 'sure by always having the missed a departure,or &pIut. LIke 111011I tile, tbe, need tilt"
: :, t ; .L'y 1' This gives one tilt'chance to strength:I at their command'* right clothing at band for whatever ,;were seriously delayed If I to Ita I4 or f&D flat tile bull of what they ddiot
*, Oct. The JIey.W.B"J rnigaa.nastorMLCarmelBaptist take countermeasurts to keep A good chance to prove that i may come up.;tt wouldn'tdo anything of this sort happens, 1rbo they are .
.{:-: 23,1958 church: Washington,' I C SIiiBildentNational them,.J bay. Happy tidings this can be done may. be ofI. I to be caught napping on the tab It la stride. \.with the phi-
.or encounters may be Mpect.ed : -. fered on the 28th. .28th. ,Any oversights on this :llosopUcal.vlev that mere always VITALITY
"
and BTU ,
< :Baptist 8uiday Sc oat Casgteu, & : FOR ;!
: ( is another day whenclr- VIETNAM: ,
.', *' v"V on the. 26th, 27th., day could also have a dampening .
-Oct. 25, liD: Dr. John B. King became the first Negro to effect on future prospecaoa44:8'J cumstaBces' will.appear-' bright i'reparing! for peace, Cathote :\ .
.... nominated. assistant school BuBerlnteident.IB Hew,Y rktitl. If (Zvowt"" lug a Refuee $ervlaq Relief Services *. conduct.j '4
36.is55575ir : 4' i4 .. Program In South Vietnam. H MI
.. 2..88:31.816. ; \ :Y'140 18 : :: been ';
.-.,*-. ytJorment laden _..:..workel'l' nuns and commw sty ell'
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SAfflMAY. OCTOBER 25. 1 1S6S STIR PIPERS PARE


.'' Potential. Dentist St. John's Baptist Cbrch Will Heir Two Top SpeakersSt. r .

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,:, 1\1 io.') ,, { John1 Baptist Church will In Christ will read the scrip- board of ChristlaoSocial iittzens committee for Better
celebrate its annual H o m e- tare and deliver the prayer. cerns of the United Methodist Education in Duval County He
eomlnf Day Sunday,October26.Services Mrs Josephine Fields will The speaker, received his was voted "Man of the Year"
r wffl begin at S.SOwith bring the Occasion; Bachelor of Science degfoi"from Eby several outstanding organisations.
,t me Sunday School.Mrs.Bessie At 1 pjn. Wendell Holmes Hampton. He is also '. .
raw Solomon Tabernacle Baptist Jr., will be the principal graduate of; the Eckels College Anthony Stewart will presied.
will sent u guest superinten speaker He is a local business ,- of Montuary Science 'R e, Miss Sharon Holloway will
dent. Julius Mack Emanuel man, a lay leader at served for 14 years u president bring the welcome address
Baptist will be the reviewer Ebeneter United Methodist of the Jacksonville chap- .Mrs Agnes Isreal will sing,
for to lesson Miss Venell Church, member of Its board ter of the Hampton Alumni As Dr. C.B.McIntosh present'
'L M arDEttr Parker will be guest pianist. of trustees, member of all sedation He is affiliated with Mr. Holmes
: At 11 ...... Rev G. Simpson commissioMs of local many national organizations, In the morning service Rev
of West Friendship Baptist churches, certified lay speaker is an Alpha Phi Alpha rater,: A.H. Parker will deliver the
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will preside. ,Rev Theodore of the Methodist Church member of the executive board message. Mrs Edith JOlIet.
OWXpt4,1; NYtBIii' ; Johnson of the Church of God WENDELL P. HOLMES, JR. and member of conference of G.J.E.O., chairman to, the; will sine

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SHOWN receiving notification of his acceptance by Case Western Reserve University Dental I
school, beginning next September, Is Atlas Jones, Jr., (center), 12-year-old native of Fort
Beming, G:.a., and graduating senior in zoology and chemistry at Howard University Jones
received a four-year $12,500 scholarship from the W.K. Kellogg foundation through the.
American Fund for Dental Education. With him are Associate Dean Jeanne Slnkford (left)
and Joseph L. Henry, dean of Howard's college of dentistry. (NPI Photo)



I WEDDING BELLS Raines Senior Is


Workshop Delegate
Jimmie Banks, 2078 *uuu-%, son, 1324 E. 30th St., 41.
side Ave., 21 and Gladys Murray Johnnie Fowler, senior at
2049 Woodside Ave. 21. Glen Clifford Barnes, 326 Raines, was one of 150 '
Ocean SU, 28 and Sharon Sue Floridians selected to attend
James Tart, Jr. 3042 Com- _Ward, 325 Ocean St., 28. the second annual advisoryand
nonwealth Ave., 21 and La-
officer workshop of the
Verne Mervln, 5245 Dostie Ronald Michael Richardson, Vocational Industrial Clubs of
Dr. S., ZOoJoseph 3830 Spires St., 21 and Lo- America In St. Petersburg ,
retta Jean .Rollins, 1960 W. The workshop specializes In
William Hattaway, 30th St., 22. tue training of students for
3033 W. 18th St., 32 and<< 1
leadership positions in like ,
Patricia Ann Quinn, 2953W. William AlbertMund1e,360i'
programs In their home I _
5th St., 25. Freeman Rd.,! 27 and RoseMarla '' schools.

) Johnson, .1530 W. 9th
Eugene Hawkins 1212 Van St., 23.Raymond.
Buren St., 22 and Linda Lucille Angelic Gospel

Cooks 1784 E. 28th St., Nazworth, 5938

20. ,Woodside Dr., 26 and, .terrl Group To SingIn
Denise FuUlngton, 1506 Camp :
Robert Henry Bossen, 7061 bell Dr., 21.Assembly. WoodbineThe ' Old Kings Rd. S., 40 and<< ; 'I,
Marlene Esta Roth 4048 ,-:
Sierra Madre Dr. S., 29. Club Will World Famous Angelic tiP:i tir
Gospel Singers of Philadelphia .
James Earl Hamilton 4622 and Rev Julius Cheeks { .tUf
to.
Moncriet Village 29 and Observe AnniversaryThe and Singers of Washington, ,J .
D.C. will appear Nov. 7 at ,
Mary Magelane Jennings, 53 st.\
Assembly Clubwl lcele- '
the Getbsemane Association }O',
57 Cord Ave., 20. brate Its second anniversaryat Home In Woodbine at 8 p. m. # ,
the Brooks Prayer Houseon The Southern-airs and the'
George Edward PaschaL1806 Tyler Sunday Oct 26 from ,' : '
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Veletters are < :
co-sponsors. .I ..,
Carolyn
W. 11th St.; 22 and .
4 to 6 p.m. All clubs, lodges
Rev. R.L. Lambert will b
Louise Drayton 1953 W. e ,,,
and the public are invited. the mastor of ceremonies )H -t i<<;'< : ,'" \
13th St., 21. Mrs. Brilla Thomas Stevens .
1 IS chairman I )4rs Such Florida Baptist'
James Delbert Lyon, San Anderson I is president.. Mrs.: ', :1I
Antonio,Texas, 21 and Linda : fjo art
Pearl 'Washington is founder., Women Help, ,I 3rf i .f 1
Sue Wiggins, 2970 W. 12th \, '

St., 17. Parental 1 Home 'Florida MemorialOn l r't: r ,,t .,.

JeromePerry, 4405 WilsonSt. 0 Tuesday November 18,
., 23 and Sharon Darlene Holds Open' at 10 a.m. Baptists from over 1 Ay
Griffin, 1548 W. 23rd St., 19. the state of Florida will
House Sunday convene In Miami at Florida: t'' ,
AJphonso) Taylor, 1531 W.: 1st': Memorial College to observe : )
S1., 25 and Geraldine Robinson Open' the thirteenth annual Donat-' ., .
house was held at the
1531 W. 1st St., 21. {I Parental Home for Boys, 1245 ion Day, a project of the Bap-', '1

Jessie Street, Sunday, Oct 12.' list Women the Conventions. i
Gilbert Ralph Billings, Jr., Miss Eartha M. M. White All Baptists and friends are
Bryn Mawr, Pa. 21 and noted social worker, was theyguest : asked to support area chair I
Gladys Patricia Bolen.25l'. men of the Women's Missionary -
speaker. The home renovated "
W12th St., 18. 1 and Educational ConventIon I INTRODUCINGi ", ,
for service during I
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I this of consolidation auxiliary to the Baptist I tar):,
year MELANIN
HeteUab Gross, 1049 Madison 'j, General cOnvention' Florlt ., ,:
[ for public inspection. t \
St. 22 and Patricia Brad- open BY FLORI ROBERTS
j i Councilwoman Mary Singleton da. Dr. Susie C. Holey s ri ,
ley,. 715 W. Duval .St., 19. [|I vice chairman of the Council president Florida Memorial i THE MAKEUP ;;: .

J Health and Welfare Committee College "located at 15800 \ .
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TO FLATTER DARK SKIN '.
Willis Arson 1137 E. 27th ,
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also spoke. H..W. 4200, Avenue, MiamiFla ,' i ,
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St. 40 and Annie Mae Jack '' .
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I There now a make-up especially designed to a l.f.
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I dark skin tone ; from creamy. beige to darkest brown. : -I
under the of Florl :
Scientifically created supervision
Roberts, the make-up matches perfectly the amount of i ;i ;,
Get number I Melanin (dark pigment) in your skin. The result Is '
our devastating! And perfectly natural. It'* a flattering ?
look designed especially for your skin tone. Meet Mr. i ,. ,

Mike Dawson, special makeup artist from Fieri Roberto, i n y; ,. '
Monday, October 27 through Saturday, November 1, w... t .:
t'k / in our Downtown Store, who will show you the minute ,,ia ?, .f.1, .'
R6w'a y w iV la'dx'w 9r P'e 1;. r; 9Y>s Melanin Beauty Plan to a natural loveliness that i I. yours 1

and your alonel He will be assisted by our own Florl r.. '
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< Robert demonstrator, Demetrice Phillips. From the Florl r r : I f ,;
Robert collection to ft ;.+w\ 's' ; IJ. ,r;;
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ppyy} % Face Powder .........5.00 Cheek-do .............2.50 '

Op-Tint* ......."......2.50 Anti-oil lotion ........5.00 [( it.

'E r n ta' S Lash Mascara.......2.50 Lipstick .................2.00 ) I ,

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Prominent Cbirchworkers Grant Chairman Temple Scribes t



I Scheduled For, Appearance l.1CJBijEul.

Grant Memorial A.M.E. Church's annual Women's Day will be !

celebrated Sunday, Oct. 26, with programs beginning with the

Sunday School at 9:30. Prominent guests wlUpartlclpate inthe I Sunday OISEY 8S will begin at 9:30: with Mrs. Blrtha Griffin,
of the day
programs |} Mrs. Alkania D. Argrett. superintendent in charge. The morning worship begins at n
The lesson In Sunday School 1by
'
The choir will present song < 'ai The e"JlIIsenlc. begins at {P.*.The Junior choir will
Will be:"Reforms Among God's i I
to
Peoples." Stress will placed Intent. MrsSherryWlitams "' a. j 'I serve, as well as the ushers.Rev.0.A.McElvin pastor Mrs,

on the memory: selection,"Let and Mrs Dorothy Holmes will Eva Mae Gilbert Is secretary.
the wicked forsake his way and' lift the offering. Mrs. McIn-
let him Lor d tosh, general chairman for the EMANUELBAPTIST
return unto the ,
and he will have mercy upon day, and Mrs. Milton, chair. Z1 On Tuesday the teachers'andprayer meeting will be held at the
him; and to our God; for H e man, will make closing remarks 4L i usual hour with the pastoa andofficers charge. On Wednesday
will abundantly pardon. Mrs ,The closing doxology !: Choir No. 3 will rehearse at'I p.m.The noonday prayer service
Rosa 1.. Shannon will reviewthe i will be pronounced by tbepas- will be held Thursday at the church Choir No. 1 will rehearse
Sunday School lesson.Mrs 1 tor, Rev. Reddick. at 8 The trustee board will meet at 9 p.m. The male chorus

Annie 1[. Mcintosh, general An annual feature of Women's will Seet at 8 p.m. Sunday School begins at 9:30 a.m. with Mrs.
chairman for the day,and Mrs. Grant Memorial will Mamie Fields and Deacon George Smith in charge. The lesson
bbethe
Ester Milton, cocllarman,w1ll presentation of two } I will be reviewed by an appointee. Consecration to at 10:50.: The
make remarks. Mrs Gladys ,| Courts, The Court of Roses l...: .td,*J }r rr morning worship begins at 11 a.m. with the deacons In charge.
Simpler, secretary: will make and The Court of Gardenias. Preaching begins at noon. Baptism will be administered in the
her report. Members of the 1969 Court MRS. McINTOSH morning worship. B.T.U. begins at 5 p.m. with Deacon James

Guests, teachers for the of Roses are: Mrs. Mcintosh, Phillips in charge. The evening worship/ begins at 5:30 p.;
.school, will be: Miss Delia 0.Flnney chairman;; Mrs. Lenora A.t Mrs 'A.M. McIntosh, above, ( g Choir No. 1 and the Junior Choir, Usher Board No. I and the
New Jerusalem Baptist Smith Mrs. Linda C.:: Corker,' will serve as chairman of' Junior Board will serve Miss Loretta Collins and C.B. Fisher
;Miss Joyce Jordon,church Women's Day at Grant Me- will be In charge of music. The male chorus Is'scheduled for
of God In Chlrst; Mrs. Lillian Mrs. met 'Asque, Mrs. CleoA. mortal A.M.E. Church, 927 International of 4 service In the fellowship hour Rev. S.L. Badger Is pastor. The
KnoxSt.Thomas Baptist,Mrs Reddick. Mrs. Truly ]sham Clay, Sunday, October 26. America secretaries the International Love and Charity: Spiritual Temple, Inc, of church Is located at 2221 Forest.
>L.Y. Weston,St.Thomas Baptist -' Mrs. A.tvtn1celofcQueen, Mrs. Mcintosh heads a large' above, will participate in the coming impressive ceremonies of the Temple Sunday
; Miss Jewell Carroll;Mrs. Mrs. Esteie R. Jones, Mrs. group of women who are Oct. 28, at Emmett Reed Center: Bishop M.H. Frazier, founder and president, will ordain TABERNACLE BAPTIST INSTITUTIONAL
Dlsie Pepper, SecoofBaptlst; Eunice M. Richardson, Mrs., striving to make this annual and preside On the left Is Mrs.Marvalene Stanley 1 the center Mrs. Diana Lawson and on The deacons, deaconesses and the trustees will observe their
Mrs. Ernestine Thomas, Bet Prlscllla Wilson, ),fr..Evelyn affair the most historic In the right Mrs. Lillie Mae Batson. Mrs. Debra D. Harris to not shown anniversary Jointly Sunday afternoon at 3 P.m.The youth choirs

I hel Baptist; Mrs.Maggie Bar Odom, Mrs. Pecola Hopkins, this effort Mrs. McIntosh will will repeat their choir musical at 6 p.m., with Mrs H. M,
ton, First Baptist and Mrs ,Mrs. George Etta Rich have as co-chairman Mrs, !r Grant Speafcer Lawrence as supervisor The all-youth rehearsal Wednesday
Magola Parkee, Mt. Zion A. And: Mrs Callle Cone, Mrs.. Ester Milton. Mrs. Clotee; Rev. Charles Cobb' Reveals afternoon at 5:30.: Teachers meeting Is 6:45: Wednesday.Prayer
M.E. ;Rattle M. Lester, Mrs. Eddie Pridgen will speak in the' meeting will be at '7:30. The education classes are being conducted .-'

The speaker for the morning L. Baker, Mrs. Johnnie M. morning Dr. A.J. Reddick Is Three Outlets at the church every Tuesday and Thursday at 7 p.m. Mrs.
service at 11 a.m., will be McCoy, Mrs Ernestine Poole, pastor. Services will be held Significant J. Wynn and Mrs H. Solomon Instructors.
Mrs cidee P. Pridgen, S t. Mrs. Ernestine Stephens,Mrs throughout the day. In the
Stephen A.M.E. Church Mrs. ,|Mophelia Golden, Mrs. Willie evening the choir will be fea Rev. Charles Cobb, black chairman chosen to head the new
Pridgen will be Introduced by M.Shlpp tured. Mrs. Alkania D. Ar- Commission on Racial Justice for the United Church Chlrst SECOND MISSIONARY BAPTIST
Mrs. Thelma Argrett. Following Members of the Court 0 f grett will present the choir. has suggested what the Negroes want from the church. ,Rev J C. Sams, pastor, will return to his pulpit Sunday and will
t deUer the Activities for'the
for the majorworshiphours.
Gardenias will bet Mrs. Ester I Formerly a pastor inSprlng- sermons
I
the prelude and the processional
ment would be Ineffective
field Mass. Rev. Cobb has day wW begin with the Sunday Scbool&t 9:30.: The pastorwill
cochairman ,
M. Milton Chairman ,
Mrs. Annie M. McIntosh ; Co without black
membershipand
Consecration rites for the deacons deacon-
review the lesson.
will give the call to Mrs Nancy M. Brown Mrs. listed three significant inter-
Lottie M. Rose Mrs Lucius ests on the part of black mem- participation. nesses, ushers and for the choir will be held at 10:45 am.withmornhngworshlpservlcebegimingat
worship/ Mrs. Carrie P.
Paternalism must be eradi-
Alma t / 11 a.m. The Training Union
Brown will lead the hymn Kennedy, Mrs. Wiggins, bars cated, feels the minister "It will be held at 5:45.evening service at P.M..Other activities will
Mrs. Areatha Johnson will Mrs. Carolyn Williams, Mrs. J The first is a "significantrole no longer to a valid operate include the Prayer of FaWI Hour Tuesday at 7 P.m.'lbe deacons are
give the invocation. A special Anna Daniels, Mrs. Anna j I at the decision-making ional] style In these crucial In charge of devotions. Rev.Sams will be in charge of the Bible
j sholr will present music. Dawson, Mrs. Anna G. Paul- MRS. PRIDGENMrs. \ .level, particularly regardto times," he said, "but it still' period The Sunday School officers and teachers council: meets

Mrs Myra King will read the son, Mrs. Susie Boyd Clotee those things which affect Is evident In the church I n- Friday: at 7 p.m. L.C. Chester will direct the business period.
Ellison P. Pridgen of St. "
scripture The decaloguewill And: Mrs. Georgia their lives. I stitutions which are controlled -
be read by Mrs. Olivia Bar Mrs. Minnie 1.. Perry, ..1Irs.I Stephen A.M.E. Church will Rev. Cobb says the Negro by white constituents" NEW REDEEM BAPTISTWomen's
Ernestine Porter M r d. be the guest speaker. In the wants to be definite of
( a part
ren. Mrs Clytle McIntyre ,
'I Blacks in the UCC; being
are Day will be observedSunday,Oct.26. Mrs. Addle Lee
Mrs. morning service at Grant Me
Frances J. Moore the church and its efforts as
will read the announcements. ,
1 beard the white
Waters
mortal by major will serve as ch&1rman.ldrs.Viola Smith will cochairman -
Mrs, Willie M. Thorpe will Eva Clayton, Mrs. Elizabeth on A.M.E. Church when, they relate to inner city pro- constituency, according to' The services for the day will open with the Sunday School
Sunday October 26
Wornen's ,
-
Hazel Rose ,
;:Hunter Mrs. .bleraa. He feels that Involve- -
give'the offertory and Mrs. ,
Rev. Cobb. He that with .
Day will be observed. says \ a guest superintendent charge. The morning worship begins
Theresa Brown will extend (Mrs. Melvin>Sophia Mitchell Mrs ,Arzada Mrs.Jean Mrs. Pridgen to widely known At MI. .Olive A.M.E 1 1Dr. 'black caucuses in the major at 11 a.m.wllb a prayer band In charge. Mrs. Thelma Norman
the Invitation to joiners. denominations are I, obliging will
serveupasto..for-the-day. The Christian Aid Socel-
VIvienne Hicks as a church worker and a mag m0tmmiair<* *iii>iiim>xtMV7r,
Serving On the offering com- Floyd, Mrs. Preston Mrs., I speaker. Mrs. Pridgen will be leadership to lend an tear ty: will meet at 4:30 at the church. District No. 1 will hold t its
mittee will be: Mrs. Vivian'Copland Mrs. Alberta 'and to face the problem."
Mildred Introduced by Mrs. Thelma race regular meeting at 3:30. The eveningworshlpwlll be It 8 p.m.
Mrs MUdren Gll- Don Murray, Mrs. Argrett. He feels that the black separ- Prayer meeting and Bible study will take place each Tuesday at
lions, Mrs. Ruby Williams. Thomas and Mrs. Jacquelyn atist movement is not ,ract1- 7:30.
I Mrs. Ruby" Garrison, M r I.' B. 0cI0l. cal and does not see an end to

Ester Sampson, Mrs.Harriett L MILTON To Be Elected black denominations in I the COLOSSIANS BAPTIST
MRS.
I Nesbltt. Mrs 4111b1a1ol.)( rr* Joseph P, Long. Mrs. Ester Milton, above, is s,. 1j near future Sunday School begins at 9:30 a.m. with the superintendent and
Rev. Cobb indicated that the I teachers In charge. The morningworshipbegins llajn. The
co-chairman of the Women'sDIY
will mate obsem.t O s.Chair.. Gives SongsOf observance at Grant Memorial ,ry Jr 9 Consultation on Church Union,' evening worship begins at 6 p.m. Revi R.J. Crawford, pastor,
man Mcintosh will make r A.M.E. Church Wom- +'. made up of blacks and whites, i ,>'" will speak. Choir No. land Choir No. 2 and Usher Board No. 1
marks and will be followed by can be of definite value In the will
Yesteryear.Mrs. en's Day will be Sunday; j serve throughout the day. Prayer ser vice will begin tuesday
Reddlck -vho will deliver future in the of Closer
Rev. -* October 26 and will featurethe .way at 7:30: p.m. 'The Church Is located at 1154 West 31st.HOUSE .
the doxology. Josephine B. Jones and rapport.
I The evening service which Mrs Rose Marie Johnson will appearance musicians of outstanding and of- There Is no one key to a solution OF GOD HOLY CHURCH

begins at 6:45: will feature present Brother Joseph P. ficials.persons,Mrs. Milton will make felt the minister He Sabbath School opens at 10:30.: The superintendent will be in

the Women's Choir. Mrs. *entitled remarks In the morning ser-, does, however, give credit charge of devotions. Biblical events of the early church will be
Ester Milton will give the call "Songs to the major church for try-
discussed The afternoon
Red- vice and la the evening ser- worship/ begins at 3p.m. with devot-
to worship. Mrs. Cleo Sunday evening Octo- Ing.
years vice at 6:45.: Dr. A. Joseph lonals. Sunday night at 7:30 the Ushers will meet with newly -
dick will line the opening ber 26, at 6:00: p.m. In the elected president
Reddick to pastor. Service./ Betty Smith Choir No 2 will serve through
given'by main unit of Mt. Sinai Missionary with the out the day. The Florida State Convocation "
nThe invocation will be Baptist Church 1551 begin Sunday School ChairmanMRS. will begin Friday
: ,
The The church Is located at 927 night, Nor 28. Sabbath will be Nov. 29. Churches will come
Marie Bunion Lee Street Rev.
Mrs. Benjamin
Scripture will be read by Mrs.i Jefferson Lane, Pastor.I' Clay. Johnetta Betsch Cole,a- Faulk from'Tampa to state, St. Petersburg, Clearwater and Miami. Bishop
,Mrs. Mar. bove, assistant professor f superintendent. Baptism was held in the church
i Augustus Collins. Mr. Long will be supportedby o
t Ion Wagner of New Bethel A. The Male Chorus and Combined -, B CC Educator MOTHER PHILLIPS ,t Anthropology at WashingtonState 1916 Meharry, Sabbath day, as well as Installation Seventeen
will read the decalogue., Choirs Miss University, will serve as I persons were baptized Presentations were made to Bishop
M.E. Ruby D. 'Shown above Is Mother Mary Faulk and to Deacon
The choir. will be presented, ,, Jones, Mrs. Ruby B. Stewart Speaks At L. Phillips of Miami who will speaker for the morning ser D. Faulk to pastor. Barbara E$. Coleman for their services. Bishop
Brown
will be elected vice at Mt. Olive A. II.!. Is reporter.
of District
Bishop
; :w JON'T HUt, JJJJo".t' jJTi 'BETS: At St. PaulSt. 2 of the State of Floridaat a.m.Church, when Sunday the, Women's Oct. 26, at.Day'11 t y TRINITY BAPTIST
the first
graduation and The regular order of service for will be followed. Holy
Paul A. M. E. Church, annlversayt gets under f Sunday ;
Thirteenth and Myrtle will organization service of the way communion will be observed at 4 p.m. Testimonies will be rt-
,
: :LOW PRICEDRUG open its doors Sunday, Oct. International Love and Charity therapist Miss Waymol for the Duval Stone.speech'i County vet On Tuesday night prayer services will be !held at 7 p.m.,

26, at 11 a.m., for its annual Spiritual Temple, Inc. of America Reading Laboratory, will special project will be sponsored Saturday at the home of
celebration of Women's Day. at Emmett Reed Center serve as speaker fo rhte serI I Mrs W.C. Murray Rev. W.C. Murray Is pastor. The church
Sixth and Payne, Sunday, to located at '705 West
:;: Mrs. Henietta Wingate will Oct. 26. vice at 6 p.m. The public Is Duval.
I STORE NEEDS preside. The theme will be Invited 'Rev Y. Benjamin FAITH TEMPLE
"Christian Involvement Is Bruce is pastor. The church
-
I Every Women's Task" is located at Franklin and I Prayer service* to still in progress at the Temple, beginning I
I:: Trade With Your Neighborhood Drag Store. WE WILL Professor of Education Dr. Pippin Streets. each night at 8 p.m. On Friday night, Oct. 24, Elder A. Sere'
','', MEET ANY PRICES ADV. IN YOUR LOCAL PAPERS.; Florence L.Roane of Bethune mons, guest from Georgia, will be the speaker. The public is

'; i We deliver- We also fill all Doctors' Prescriptions, Cookman College will speak.' This Bishop invited. Elder Amos Darrlng pastor, I II in

Assistants to Mrs. Wingate 'nlh hat To ,.OrdainTHSHDPTRAZIER ,.., .
-- PEACE
as co-charrman will be Mrs, rye LILLE MISSIONARY BAPTIST' I
Jl
.
SMITH
Dixie :Pharmacy AJ. Garner, Mrs Ethel Da-' 1 n Regular services will be field Sunday beginningwihhtbe Sunday.
!i ven port-Bannlster and Mrs. by AUSTIN MUIOLS: I( 1 Pictured above to Mrs Ltllle, School at 9:30. Mrs D.B. Barnes, superintendent will be In

: I L. Alyce Ingram. On July 20th of this year an Mae 'Smith, ,chairman of the charge. Consecration will be held for all serving choirs and
entire world listened a. we Women's Day Committee at < ushers in the basement, at 11 a.m. Mrs. Dorothy Green will
: 1302 KINGS MB AT NYRttl IN MEMORIAMIn heard the crew of Apollo 11 the Church of the Master, be at the Instrument Preaching begins at 11:45.: The evenIng -
confirm the climax to man's 5637 Vernon Road. Mrs Lor- worship begins at 5:30,with Rev. D.B. Barnes pastor,or
memory: of my late husband 1 i greatest adventure. "Hello raine Howard of Ft. Meade a visiting mlnsiter, preaching. The pastor asks the followingI
Phil 353-55!) Johnny Taylor, who departed Houston The Wild Turkey ha will speak at the 11 o'clock I ladies to meet with him after morning worhslp: Mrs. Dor is
from this life two years twq just landed" on the Moon's sur- service. Miss Denise Jenkins ladles to meet with him after morning worshlpL/ Mrs. D.B.
.face. Or wee it". ,. the Eagle
years ago. ;has landed. Yes it was the heads .IIP the Youth Depart- Barnes, Mrs Viola Tate, Mrs Rowe Lee Grant, Mrs. Mattie -
'Eagle. I always forget that ment and will present a program Polllck, Urs. Doris Gray, Miss Llllie Mae Finn, Mrs.
THE LADY YOU HAVE; BEEN Benjamin Franklin lost that at 4 p.m. Miss Jenkins '1 TJ. Randall, Mrs. Annie Ruth Clark, Mrs. Geneva Ras '

READIINC ABOUT AND 2 1 argument will be the principal speaker berry: Mrs. Gladys B. Shannon, Mrs. ,Accy: .Ferrell, Mrs
HEARING ABOUT ON RADIO I. Jhe committee has planned a Viola Thomas, Mrs. Worn Jackson, Mrs. Zora Wrlce, Mrs.
delightful evening of entertainment Geneva Write, Mrs. Louise Write, Mrs. Louise Nixon RyaU
Cirt :w. at 6 p.m. Some of Mrs. Sarah Kilpatrick, Mrs. Marguerite Parker, Mrs.Fron- I
t MADAMMARY Of hanks the best talent in the Jacksonville tent Reeves, Mrs. Helen Brown, Mrs Carrie Armstrong,
: I : area will appear. Rev. Mrs G. Brass, Mrs. M. Hands Mrs. M. Wedd Mrs. L.
Our most humble thanks Bishop M.H. Frazier, above, ,Solomon C. Waterford to pastor Strickland and Mrs. W. Inabematte.tBuslnesiTof importance
to our friends for their is founder and organizer of .' will be discussed -
;j -a thoughtfulness and kind' the International Love and I II
; .
deeds during the illness Charity Spiritual Temple,

;. t and death of our dear, Inc., of America, as weD as .
j mother. Mrs Alberta M. president. Bishop Frazier will
,
Will read your entire life without asking any questions, i Frazier. Your -evidence preside over the first graduation fi
gives advice on all affairs of life such u Love, Court-. of sharing with us In our and organlzatlonservlces
) ship, Marriage, Law Suits and Business Speculation Tells I great loss Is deeply appre of the Temple SundayOctober. FREE CHECKING
you Who and When you will marry.: She never falls to unite ciated. The professionalcare 26 at 12 noon, at the! Emmett
the Separated, cause Speedy and Happy Marriages, overcomes I given by the doctors Reed Center, sixth and Payne. with
Enemies and Bad Luck of all kinds, and nurses, the presenceof The musical program will be minimum balance .
i TELLS YOUR LUCKY: DAYS AND NUMBERS JOHNNY TAYLOR friends, the flowers the. conducted by Donald Write,
Don't be discouraged U others ban failed to help yotu When a loved one goes ahead food the calls and prayers, i International chorister,j and of
She does what others claim to do. One visit will convince It'. hard ot say Goodbye,and we thank God for you all. Nathaniel Jackson, musician. \ $99. or morelMARINE'NA.TIONAL'.JJA.NK"
;: you this gifted Spiritualist Medium to superior to any, in our grief and sorrows we May His richest blessingsbe
;;; reader you have ever visited or consulted Madam Mary: are tempted to ask, Why? with youalways.Slgned- .**********:

:: to God-gifted, don't let a few miles stand In your way to But they have found peace Sons and daughters, Watty, MEDICAL :

tt t; a ,happler_life. Look For the, Bud ,Slg in Front of Her and Jo1. that the 'world can I! Jr., Theodore, Dr, Archie MISSION .

:. Home. PRIVATE' AND CONFIDENTIAL...HEADINGS. DAILY. never give Signed: Mrs., T. Frailer, Mrs. Phillip Last OF JACKSONVILLE ,
.r EVERYONE B WELCOME: Edith D. Taylor, Wife Mrs.: t (Earlene) AlbaCk, ..Mrs.RalleghH. of. year medicines 4,189,420 pounds :JULIA AT DUVAL ,

ii: 01 I.S., 1 liny Mirtl, Little King Mother; Mrs. I I ., (Vicey) James drugs supplies valued and at $11-hospital SANK IT MAIL .
; ,Mattie Forster Sister Mr. NIIIIamA,
; and Mrs WI fAY POSTACI
; IOJH.WATS
;; 5523 Ni. : lilts li'Mintr. 45tt: suut4tNTTw I. Theodore Taylor. Brother ,' (Gloria) Best;and Vernon 765,339 were shipped through ..,
:;; I and other relatives and Frailer Holmes. Catholic Relief Services to ......
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I ; Daylight Stores Officials Hold Annual Awards Appreciation Banquet I



Macedonia Noted Jaxons Attend Festivities As Guests .1owdi: Card Punch


Women's Day ''Operators Positions


October 26 1 AvailableThe
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Macedonia Baptist Church Interagency Board u.s.
3333 Franklin will celebrate Civil Service Examiners for
Women's Day Suttay, Oct.18, Florida located at 3101 M a-
beginning with the Sunday 'quire Boulevard, Orlando has
School. I issued the following annonnce-
Mrs. Bessie Merchant,.su- : ment to fill positions though-
1 perlntendent of the Sunday out the State of florida with
School, will have as her guest the exception of 10 counties
Mrs. Emma Watkins of S t. 1 Northwest Florida: Card
i'
Matthews Baptist. Guest Punch Operator, GS-2 and
teachers will be: Mrs.Leola q Y I P+? GS-3j33M; and $4917 a year.
Thomas, Mrs. Fannie Bradford Information regarding qualifications
Mrs. L. M. Middle- and how to applymaybe
brooks, Mrs. Elizabeth Hall, L obtained from the Inter-
Mrs. Rebecca Thompson,Mrs. agency Board of Examiners,
Ola M. Murray, Mrs. Cecil Orlando Florida. Further'
ia Mlms, Mrs. Victoria Daylight Banquet Guests information and applicationsEXAMINER.INCHARGE
Breaker, Mrs. Redessa Ste _
wart, Mrs. Maude Steward. Daylight Stores at Its recent banquet had many prominent fad honored guests In the picture Board of U.s. Civil Service
Mrs. Annie Huff of Second above seated from left, are: Mrs. Rodell F. Roberts, Mrs. Fred Scott, Mrs Sam Green, Examiners, Room 137, 375
Councilwoman Sallye Mathis Mr. Wendell P. Holmes, Jr. and Dr. Eartha M.M. White.
Baptist. will be guest review W. Monroe Street, Jacksonville
er. ,Standing from left, are:'' Mr. Rodell F. Roberts, Mr. Fred Scott, Mr.I.H. Edwards, Mrs. Managers Of Daylight Florida 32201.ApplicaUons. .
Consecration services will ;Sam Green, Mr. Sam Cohen, Mr. Sol Janow, Mr. Sam Green; Mr. Leory Bass and Mr. .wUI be accepted
George Davis Managers of the Daylight stores left to right are: Mr. George Williamson, Mr. Samuel
begin at 10-.45.wlth Mrs.Rlx- Caswell, Mr.- Sam Green, Mr. Johnny Hazourl, Mr. Fred Llnsey Mr. Victor Haiouri,.' Mr. until further notice and
ie Cook should be sent to the Inter-
as pastor-for-the-day. Charles Small, Mr. Rufur Way Williamson, Mr. Joe Yagel and Mr. Lester Wilson.
Devotional services will be led : agency Board of U.s. Civil
by Mrs. Elizabeth Cooper Service Examiners, 3101
Little Rock and Mrs; Ida Dixon Maguire Boulevard, Orlando,
of St. Paul A.M.E. Music 1', .florida 32803.Asbury .

will be furnished by the f e- .. Js
v f Methodist
male chorus With Mrs. Hat- :rr
tie Bess and Mrs. Margaret

Bryant. Catherine at the instruments.Mrs. Thompson. V-: Holds Annual'' Day

make the welcome address,
,
with the response coming from i tea J Asbury United Methodist
Mrs. Lena O'Neal of Ut.Ararat w+ w R 4'y Church will be the scene Sunday -
Baptist. of its Annual Dual Day ob
The offering appeal will b e 'LJA1. i/ servance. *
given by Mrs. Minnie Griffin, a Mrs Delores Lewis will
Mrs. Pearl Timmons, M r a. S lL + serve as chairman. Mrs. Allen
Francis Thomas, Mrs. Dorothy > will be cochairman H.
Gordon, Mrs. Sarah Lun- rWy Cooper will be chairman for
dy, Mrs. Esther Hall, II r s. (, the men
Adeline Smith and Mrs. Rose Sunday School begins at 10
Mary Williams. The alter a.m. with the guest superintendent -
prayer will be given by Mrs and .incharge.At .
Doretha Smith. The guest soloist 7 11 am Mrs. an1elSlngle-
will be Mrs.Lucille Low. t .. ton will preside.
cry of Zion Hope Baptist. Evangelist Essie M. Jones
Mrs. Eliza Rich Petty of West will deliver the mornlngmess-
Union Baptist will be presented age At 3 p.m. the youth will

as guest speaker, by Mrs. Y" a ,. present a program. At 5p.m.
Dorothy Hammonds. Mrs. the men will present Rev.Willie -
Estella King, chairman, will Daylight Banquet Planning ''Comiliee Limbric, pastor of Bpwden

nuke remarks.The Daylight President Presents Shown here are the members of the Annual Daylight Banquet Planning Committee for 1969. United Methodist, as speaker.
people will Guest choirs and sollsts will
young present They are from left to right: Mr. George Williamson, Mr. Robert Francis, Mr. Issac Carnes,
their program at 5 Po m. Mr. LH. Edwards, President of the Daylight Grocery Company, is seen presenting gold Mrs anger Baruch, Mrs. Hannah Bryant and Mr. Hosen Small serve at is both services The
The matrons of the church watches to Mr. James Reliford and Mr. Clarence Berman, both of whom have serve twentyor public Invited.
will present a playlet, "The more years as employees of the company. Looking on are'Mr. George Williamson.,
Royal Path of Life," at 6:30., treme left) and Mr. Samuel Caswell (extreme right). Mr. Williamson and Mr. Caswell
r served. as Masters of Ceremonies. -
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Reid, The ., _, .,...... d., .. ,, 11f /
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SHUTTING OUT HUNGER: rs' t -c ,

FLORIDA STAR Even "incurable" enemies have proven human ideali are not, Honored
visionary but rood blob ). Cats and rate In cages, faced with a ...
Weekly. common problem for survival can learn how to cooperate and
t open controlled .h Uer. to reach food. Grow'emUf


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DUVAL COUNTYSCHOOL


sfron
Elder Amos Darring, above,
pastor of Faith Temple Church

BOARDDISTRICT 1635 East 21st Street, will be ,
honored with his third appreciation '
program Sunday, Oct. .. /
26. The services will be in /
4 his honor all day. A4p.raspecial ,
service..wlll be given, .>!' I ,
with, W.F. Faust as the speaker. :. ,
\ ;halal( ,, :ypl," t
Choir No. 3 of the 24th !r:.I'. .,,'If'Ii
'''
Street church will serve Jr ':
"A STRONG VOICE FOR QUALITY EDUCATION FOR AIL" Other participants will' ape ," ,I)1t. ,
pear. 'The public is invited. t.."'1,.' ", ,, :",
It 1: ,
(
Tuesday, November 4, 1 1969 Foully Aid jI X ..;..;:: "'
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.' ..f.A.I"r', /<:'
4dv Friends Day At .. ', "\/"';
:
Wendell P. Holmes, Jr. ocate& : ." I':; .

Virlck Memorial r

"
,I. Curriculum; relevant to total need of the Community. 'The Rev A.J. Warren,nvint-
student and making levels. ster of Varick Memorial A.M.
2.: Responsible Involvement of at policy program
E. Zion Church, 1J28W.Ninth 'J .
of teachers to school and community. ,
and
3. Recognizing the value Imporrtnco Street,announces"Family and .
I 4. Upgrading and modernizing malntenanco services. Friends Day"will be observed' I ,
5. C.refulservtlny of all Federal Aid to Education programs with view toward equity Sunday, Oct.26,be ginning with
the Sunday School at 9:30.Mrs. "
and full utilization examples free Lunch Program. Minnie J.Thomas will be guest ." '.
6. Carefully determining char priorities. In new school construction. superintendent, Miss Tenny ,

.' ,,7. Expanded and meaningful programs of adult education. | Anderson, guest t secretary .p 1ik J'
8. Improved and enlarged relationships between school and community. I Mrs Ella M. Stephens guest
reviewer. Teachers will be
9. Full accreditation of all schools in.Duval County., I W.J. Johnson, Mrs. Vera Wilson .'
10. Continued and accelerated study of new methods for financing of public education.. I and Mrs. Mary J. Hen "

11. Increased emphasis. on the th..... R's. derson. ,
.'k '''
,The morning worship begins
at 11:00 with Fountain Chapel ': I
A.M.E. Church Gospel Chorus '! /'" "
Til Cai Elect t Vci.ill P. HiliesIf'yii serving along with Usher ,: I'," ..f./! ; ,

Board No. 2 of Greater S t. ) :", ,, ,
I lire li Th Filliiiiji. ; i Predicts. :' .'Matthew, Baptist Church,east \1'' .

PRICINCTS side.'Others appearing, will be : ; :: :.

Dennis Rhodes, Jr., Deacon
Council District No. 7t 3-A. 5-D, 5-1, Wf, S-H, 54, '-A, 7-8, 7., 7-D, 74, 7-F, 7-O. W.F. Smith, Deacon L.Hat .... trJ
Council District No. 8: 2-A, 2-8, 2:, 2-D, 2-E,..2.F, 3-A, 3-B, 3 -C, 3.D13-F, 3-O, 3-K. cher, Deacon D.B. Pollard, t .;:1 : j : \ ,
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Deacon A.J. Robinson, Mrs. f I' le l'\,, ,,; .
Frances Bowman, Mrs. Joan ; .t AIThA ,wt o ',.
? .
..... Darts, Mr. Morgan and Mrs. "J q. It"'" i
(Composed of Council District 7, Mr. Oscar feylor, Councilman Rose Jackson. .. ,. 'i'.o" t' i... ;" :' .I.'. "' :
The afternoon worship b e- 1I. : i''f' :',.
/ ,I'ii,'
and District,8, Mrs. Sally. Mathls, Councilwoman gins at 3:30. Her. Randy Hesekiah : .
minister of First Baptist Ij '
,
I Church,Fernandina Beach ; ,'I' )',,"
Paid,Political Ado, 'will deliver the sermon. j.. <14 \> '

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I.. here's the "how" to 'meal planning and creative cookery I Ij




j SEAFOOOeENTER Course for Aspiring Wine Tasting Elegant, Easy Casserole'

Wine Experts PartiesThere

week we find Seafood Center standing with BOWED
HEADS V HEAVY HEARTS-alte choked u>with EMOTION Interested becoming a
tit the thought thai Ike LOSER In the WORLD SERIES will wine expert (is a great interest and
have to be salMied, .with 0 paltry$10,000 to$1].000..och.I" Then take the Wine Study ;participation in wine tasting
contrail SFC's level)Fiinermen are In there PITCHING Course available from the Wine In homes, clubs, and
even/day for wiwally bolow the MARKET prices. (They enjoy parties
;, being hungry*> wet?)Civo leek kolowll Advisory Board, 717 MarketSt. hotels across the country This
San Francisco for $1 popular favorite brings together
i This brief course will tell people who enjoy sociabilityand
r THIS WEEK SPECIALFLOUNDER49. you of the uses of wine, the five tompan(6nship: ; and com-
wine classes, wine and food bines this with an interest in I
combinations, wine storage, wines and a desire to learn ,
how wine Is grown, as wellas more about them: .. ': 4i .# Illlf.'f.
wine history and the wine The keynote Is informality ( .. if.f ;% "" .
jp'J. "
Industry today. the wines are to be tasted 'i'l \;( 44
After studying and passinga and enjoyed in a relaxed setting '
URGE lG.|L4S; short examination, you will The tasting often precedes or I
1 SHRIMPS. MEDIUM II.$1.25 be awarded an attractive wallet- follows a meal, or Is accom ,,.,.'), -; : : 'j SWEET POTATO ORANGES
size wine diploma and a largerone foods. "
FRESH FLA. GREEN LOBSTER .Ib. '1" for framing panied Whether by 'finger the tasting is for 25 ; ;:r<. ,; 1', f/.M''..,. (Make 6 to 8 servings)

W again tvggoit you call ahead le book yo vr..rd.t.I guests or 250, or more, thereis t. '1. 3 4 y2 teaspoon cinnamon
:I,I ** ** a convivial atmosphere as the Enjoy foreign flavored Beef Dinner.elegance Make In an the easy topping American for casserole this well 3 cups or oranges(two pound cans) 2 tablespoons firmly packed
adaptation Saucy
i if LIVE I CRABS guests sample, compare, and seasoned ground beef-cheese main dish from a convenient I corn well-drained sweet potato brown auger
converse. In tasting wine, the muffin mix and add the gourmet touch of fresh mushroom In a halves $4 cup \undiluted.( Carnation
I senses of sight, smell and taste lour cream 3 tablespoon butter Evaporated Milk
fl"C.II are brought Into full play. Tast- Try e-Bi Dinner won for a happy combination of two
ings are easy to arrange, low In different world_traditional European stroganoff flavor and .Cut oranges In half crosswise Carefully remove orange
cost, new and different. With crunchy American com bread from a quick mix. sections from each half with grapefruit knife Scoop out
SUGAR 5 ft 39c. the very wide range of California S Maket..ey Beef t servingsFilling Dinner any remaining membrane. Scallop edges If desired Chill
{ wines to choose from, and Saar; shells until ready to use. Chop orange sections to make 1
I 1111 1 fjtt $5.00 ir mM the many different kinds of 1 Ib.I ground beef 2 \ ps sliced fresh cup. Mash sweet potatoes. Combine sweet potato, butter,
irfet castings, the number of Inter- ) cup chopped onIon mu.hroomJ cinnamon, brown sugar and Carnation Evaporated MilkIn
esting and enjoyable combin- % cup chopped! peen 8 t&bleapoon.CllJI butter or tomato marprilMl pllteI saucepan Cook over medium heat until butter is melted
ations Is virtually unlimited. teaspoon pepper salt S OOIll water and mixture is hot and very thick. Drain chopped orange
1J ? hear a rr.i In a tasting party for a group I teaspoon pepper Dash salt Stir into sweet potato Spoon into orange cups Top sweet
..i ; fairly new at wines, a wide .4 spas Mozzarella chee. Dash pepper potato with miniature marshmallows it desired and placeon
s Flour .range of different types li often Corn One Broad: .Flalto 1 cup daiq. .. lOur cream cookie sheet. Bake in hot oven ((400F) 3 to 4 minutesor
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mixture Bake in preheated oven((4WrF.) about 20 minute or
In such white winesare
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tasted first, then Roses, For sauce, saute mushroom in butter Stir in tomato paste,
followed by red dinner wines, water, salt and pepper; heat thoroughly. Remove, from heat;
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Watch That Waistline 1, C. Penney Home Economists STOCKINGS RUN?

Why worry about changing :]hemlines this fall It your own -.,- [1J t r rs
lines need a little rethinking ,' :.11
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few extra pounds can be The spoon chrysanthemum
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but with a little artfuMletlng' the liga Cancer, mOIl
you may be unanimously appealing agatetheirbirthclone -
no matter'which way and
emotion -
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their main"characteristic
thin, and cut calories where ti
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they count. That's all It takes .
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FTD florists.Cancerlans.
There are (till plenty of
waist slimming .trash fruits To s woman who's at a
around But If you sweeten have a well. party or at a restaurant,or just
them, use Sucaryl sweetener developed protective, streak, out shopping, nothing more
instead of sugar. Do the same and if female are Instinctively: Irritating than a sudden run ina
with desserts and beverages drawn to domestic stocking But the fashion
and you'll be well on your way life. MaleCancerUns ,experts lay there are ways of
to a substantial calorie loss have preventing such criws.
strong feelings First, the hosiery designers
Of course, to help this mini about preserving .. report that your chances of
few from IS to 60 feel their
Nowadays women
diet should yean young
along you exercise the family unite getting a run are much greaterif
walk around the accessory wardrobes are oomplete with out at least one alien
Try a
native "head". and horn. lEI your hosiery doein't fit
golf course Who cares if youcant It's not st sUsurprising properly: if its too tight the
For centuries hair for wigs and supplemental real
ti pieces was ; <
o play well. Play at It threads may be forced to give,
that Cancerians
the finest! from the least from the
came Europe. expensive
it a the exercise you want any.
if it's too loose It can catch
way. Orient. The best wigs were made by hand, with several hairs beautify their homes throughout
at a time tied onto a base; cheaper ones were machine-made the year with colorful and snag more easily. Secondly
should be fastened
garters
If you enjoy vigorous exercise Although real hair pieces are still available, the great fakes flowers.Cancerlans. only to the welt not the aheerpll't
tennis Is the name of have really taken over. O are of the
stocking Thirdly;
your game like a fast Modern chemical processes have developed fibers that match n '" \ protective and
round of singles W help get natural hair colon sheen and weight They are easy to care 4 )''It] tenacious, and and most t Clever important used carry a
you in shape, Besides the obvious for. can be permanently curled and are not subject to change this Is why they spare women to
advantages for your figure caused by oxidation And they are Inexpensive ,must ..."guard buy time two matching pairs at a
these sports are fun, too. Modacrylio stretch\ wigs are the most popular newcomers to of against clingingtoo so they could carry an
In their
extra But
the hair field fit head and be .tightly pune todayyou
They any can styled permanentlyor to
If you're Just not a sports m. .. .. .. changed at will. As for upkeep, the wig wizards at Penney others for.security can buy a pair with a
ter, take brisk walks You Mini, mail, anywhere In between recommend an occasional shampoo with mild detergent and spare Fruit of the Loom now
need exercise as' a matter of no matter where the strict avoidance of hair spray, styling gels and electric rollers packages them in threes and
What could be more chic than health so why not hemlines are this fall even Includes a small plastic
one of Trtfart's hlltIlUIIIOD'coldea anyway r- For those women who are happy with their own hair but *
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dress-up a simple frock. aft I 1 .,.... your purse.tVwz
With this exercise, healthful -;

Dress by Junior SophisticatesFurther one foods sweetener and Sucaryl Instead non-cal of theN SAVE qr tJ

calories in every tablespoon 1 lF 9 FINE ART I :;
your The
Future of sugar your fashion look
this fall will be Just like you
career. Fashions everything/ In all the right REPRODUCTIONS noi'on 1
places, including hemlines.
Add to your New, shiny, clingy, skinny or 1ate leJff .
winging fall fashions,designed Msrtnrplecei by the world'* "I.at
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I ) Urban' League Head Says Agony Of 'Vietnam Has Twisted, ,America's Soul' :



I B s Executive Director Yoi.1 ColuMbia U. Motown Helms Br. I 'Rattler's ,Enjoys Sasser


I Creates Cost J ..

Demands Quick EnTtt War Football With i A Passion. : ..

Whitney M. Young Jr., dynamic Executive Director of the Course For Aid' 1 TALLAHASSEE, Fla.--'AW-.some guys aje, bora I fosershke
National Urban League, has come to front with a direct statement Jake Gaither--or Richard Burton. Others are born 1 losers-Ilka
;, as to his attitude on the war. Young makes clear his To Blacks Charlie Brown -or any FAMU opponent who tries to go thr' 'gh
position analyzes the situation and points to the disasters Charles "Sum Bawl" Sasser for a touchdown. .

that have resulted and might result from the .prolongation Sasser, the Rafter. safetyman,
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of-the- conflict." Millions go tp bed hungry in NEW YORK -A course In who has rattled a few bones Sugar Bowl, destined to be a
For some time now I have America every night. Our cost estimating has beencreat- ,, from his position would Just. great one, himself, has com
viewed this country's agonyin black ghettos are wastelands., ed at Columbia University for u soon unjolnt an enemy receiver peted with and against some of
Vietnam with a sense of The urgent needs of our rural minority contractors and Is as enjoy a bit slug of the best In the business. H.
deepening distress. black people remain shamefully designed to Improve their ability : 11 awl. pie topped with a scoop>> played alongside and behind
Ii Day after day, month after neglected Our young to compete !in the construction V of neopolitan Ice cream. major HazeltoR played against'
'i month, our involvement in this people black and,white field. /" ; He digs; football with a pa*. Willie Davenport and Jumped
war on distant Asian soil has are In revolt. At present 33 contractors,* + ;< (Sionfcndhopes one day tom'ab'' (against Calvin Hill the sensational -
sharpened the divisions and We must,.turn''away from most of them blacks who are 1 It i It his profession but his approach rookie of the Dallas
frustrations among the peopleof Vietnam, we must terminate actively in Harlem, to the game Is a little ,Cowboys
I this country is no other this war .Immediately.. We spent two evenings a week on I different than that of the o r- Yes, Sasser is a track man,
Issue has in recent' history. must pour our vital resources the campus. There they are dlnary Joe. With some, foot- 'too. He was fifth In the natlonlast ->
''t I am totally convinced that back Into our land,, our own learning a skill most vital to ,t+ \ ball is a game With some : year in the triple Jump
Vietnam Is tragically diverting cities, pur own people.. their wort,estimating cost ,It'. a commitment-- total and was nominated for Little
Americas attention from For all these reasons I am of a job.Blythe. b+ commitment All-America honors In the e-
Its primary problem the supporting the October 15th S.Brewster,president 1"1' On the surface P>e 51112.185pound .. vent.
urban and racial crisis -- Moratorium across the of the Association of United Junior appears"| He aspires toplayprpball-
at the very time that crisisis country, Contractors of Amerlcajsays; be, at most, Just another football one day and he would like to
at flash point. Millions of Americans, I am' "A contractor constantly hjs players but ,beneath Is al play safety like Spider Lock-
I am totally convinced that sure, also will support it as a to make quotations If he's t highly intelligent mind that ,hart of the N. Y.Cainta Spi-
Viteman .has Increased ten dramatic, non-violent expression wrong he can lose a lot 0 f v"oT' Y, explores the philosophies like I der does it like if s supposed
sions In the United States of the national will mODe,." His Harlem-based THE ORIGINAi.bne of 'Motown's hottest recording acts set a torrid pace opening j Its owner roves the defer lve', to be done. Sasser says"He's
Armed Forces as a direct organization of minority con Breadbasket's first Black Business and Cultural Expositltn held at Chicago's ,backfield smaller than I am but he's
Operation,
result of frustrations and tractors Is sponsoring the 16 International, ,Amphitheater Other Motown acts onthe" all Motown show Included host Marvin Sugar Bowl has Us Ideas about hard nosed and a good punt
bitterness growing out of this State week course with Columbia's education, race relationsant and kickoff return man. .
Alabama The Four and VandelluMotown Photo.. I
Reeves
Tops and
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'war. What started out as the cooperation. Stephen If.Falt, football and ,asked,will Sasser Is a return artist also -
best example of racial team- a top estimator In the city Is voice them openly but he's not He returned one kickoff
.work Is rapidly eroding and Choses Queen the instructor. Edward Waters Roy Wilklis one to force his opinions on' 87 yards last year and scored
is adding to the already According to Brewster, lack College others. from 42 yards out with a punt
severe tensions in the black And SCA Roster of professional training 1 s On attending FAMUsAtflrst return.
community. used as an excuse to bar mlporlty Basketballers' PracticeThe Gets Stephen this was not Sasser's choice Now he seldom gets thechanje.! !
I am totally convinced that persons from the con- and even after a years'tenurein They don't kick to Thomas
this war has an extra dimension MONTGOMERYAlabamaState ,struction field.Constructors. Edward Waters College basketball teamhit the courts with Orange and Green Country Wallace or me very much anymore '
for black people that it University Department, are learning shooting drills last week to begin practice for the season begin Mse AwardNEW he still wanted to leave. "I he said.
,, does not have for many of Student Affairs has announced techniques related to estimating ning Nov 21. Based on last year's recordthe grew up in White Plains, N. Small wonder.
whites. We are suffering the official student .by studing and reading New Coach John Lee saidthe coach Is looking for leadership -' Y., and wanted to go to col
doubly. We ue dying for leaders for. the coming school. blueprints, breaking a job into team seems to have excellent from seniors Willie YORK- Roy Wilkins, (legs somewhere In that ..section .\ -
something abroad that we do year component parts, calculating timing, and he added that otter Thomas, 6'3", 205-lb.,"'and executive director of the NatIonal of the country," he said. Grambling Team
not have at home. Mrs. Johnny Royster, coordinator overhead, filing bids. Emphasis just a few days practice Phillip Montgomery, ,6'!", .Association for the Advancement I had a scholarship offer to
At the same time we are of student activities Is also placed on the keep-; they were 'improving their 195-lb., and from sophomoresMilton of Colored .People, 'attend the University of Kansas Suffers Penalties
victims of backlash among at ASU, announced the winnersas tag of financial records. shooting percentage ''tremend Jackson, 6'3",200-lb., will receive the Stephen Wise and that's where I want- (
the white majority a backlash follows: Marvin: Oliver, Experienced >contractors ously." and Albert Crumbs, 5'11". Award for 1969 from the A- ed to go.
.' greatly sharpened by the president; Robert Lister,Jr., help provide training on a The coach said most of the The two tall potential stars '' merlcan Jewish Congress at But my dad was from the GRAMBLING, LA.(CSpeclal
.,-. tensions of the war. By a vice president; Miss Sandra volunteer basis, working with team that won 18 of 34 games joining the team as freshmenthis the 'Walforf-Astorla Hotel South and he wanted me to Coach EdJle Robinson discarded -
strange twist of human, folly Sanders, secretary; Henry individuals and small groups last year is back .and that year are Willie Thornton here, Oct.* 26. Mr Wilkins attend a southern school. > his mild-mannered facade
the groups that'are most at EnID, ; treasurer; and Miss in the course. Minority contractors they will bebolsteredbyipairof from St. Petersburg and Is being'honored "for advancing Hen commenced the family Thursday long enough to ad -
odds in our country today Josephine Scott, editor of the are presently most- 6-foot, 6l/2-lnchfreshmee James HarrlngtonCrom Philadelphia human freedom." affair Young Charles wanted mlt publicly that he has been
are those whose young men Hornet Tribune. ly Involved in private rehabilitation and some other young standouts both measuring The AJC will present the a- no part of Mr. Sasser's South anything but happy withCollege
are dying in disproportionatenumbers Miss Wynell Williams was.' jobs. They operateone 6'61/Z". wafd to two other distinguish Mr. Sasser wanted young ating in
in Vietnam. elected "Miss Alabama State' or two-man firms, obtaining Lee said they have a long, ,The team practices from 7- ed persons during the cere' Charles to have It all. football games this season.
I am further convinced that University." '. theirwork through referrals way to go before he would call "9 p.m. each weekday In the mony. The Israeli Ambassador Young Charles lost. A strange, untypical situation -
the most effective 'Way for Miss Williams is a nativeof and word of mouth. this an outstanding team, but '. James Weldon Johnson Junlior to the United States, Gen.. Even after staying here tot i has confronted the Tigers
America to,win credibility asa Montgomery/ and is the Some of toe participants are he said with proper development -' High School gymnasium Yitzhak Rabin-wlll be.clted: :t year I still wanted; t 0 who have been penalized 845
democracy in the eyes of .former Hornet's yearbook from Brooklyn and the Bronx. "We have a pretty good "for distinguished statesmanship leave" Sugar Bowl recalls. yards In four games.If .
the world is through the 1m-, beauty queen. She succeeds The majority are self-em chance for quite a few wins." in the cause of Israel" But again Mr. Sasser bad the the Grambling coach: seems
mediate resolution of its domestic Cynthia Moore as the campus ployed, but a number have He added that the material he Winn DixieScholarshipGoes Bernard B. Zients, president last say. Young Charles returned preoccupied these days, it'.
I crisis rather than beauty pick. The election was been sent to the course by has Just could develop into of Glmbels New York, will be and the past three years probably bacause his mind is
through expansion of'Its defense .I I held in the fall this year to larger: black-owned firms. "an excellent team.',' recognized for his "dynamic at FAMU have taught him a not where his body Is.
capability. provide the wider student par-: leadership in strengtheningJewish lesson he could nave learned Robinson admits that h e Is
tlclpatlon in campus election life." nowhere in the North and apprehensive and Insists that
The agony of Vietnam has very
To Ala..I State
twisted America's soul. It has activities Alabama Stale \ ,Q.. The Stephen:Wise Awardwu '.few'other places In the South some.,Southwestern Athletic
Intensified America' domestic Resurrection City Bill established in 19491ncommemoratlon Using Florida AIM as his Conference offlclaisareover-
crisis. It has created adisastrous THE ELDERLYNot ,ToWashington Alabama State University received of the 75th birthdayof 'point of references Sasser reacting.
drain on our na* long ago, mention of : Prexy recently, the annual'WinnDixie Rabbi Wise and as a means said, "1 had my doubts about The situation escapes comprehension -
tional resources --economic, grandpa or great aunt Min conjured Paid By SCIC Athletic Scholarship of recognizing individual o r the black educational Institutions as Grambling has
human and spiritual. up visions of bent figure MeetMONTGOMERY of $1200 from Mr. Tine Institutional achievement within but here at FAIIUJlearn- been penalized 95, 110, 245
,
searching each Up.the ground' afoot for Davis, Executive of the Winn-. the Jewish community or ed that the black man Is cap and 195 yards in posting a 2-
WASHINGTON:-The federal, Dixie store chain. Mr. Davis, ,the broad area of human free able of white horses. He win 2 record. .
government received recently : Dr. Levi! a sports. enthusiast himself, doms. In 1955 the award was leave only under the Intellect Penalties seem to strike at
: PAY YOUR LIGHT AND. WATER $10,500 as settlement for its Watkins, President of Ala- presents the check yearly tol; given to the NAACP for "ex- ual tug of a blackcap and gown. critically fatal moments, too.
j .bill of $11,795 forydamages bama State University, along help supplement the Athletic tending civil rights."Mr.Wilkins Sasser plays football with the Pus Interference calls have
BILLS AT OUR STORE" caused by ""Resurrection with Dr. Robert Reid, Vice- Department of Alabama State Is the first individual NegrO same kind of reason and intellect also reached such proportionsthat
City. '-'" President for Academic Affairs cope with the rising cost of : to receive the award. He doesn't Just tackle a they could undermine the
According to Assistant At-' attended two meetings Athletic Programs in Higher A, founder of the NAACP,' man. He hits in the boots public's confidence.
i WHEN 'YOU torney General William D. 'recently! in the Nation's capital Educations Rabbi Wise was one of sixty I Melvin Jones (end)has the de- Other SWAC coaches have
Ruckelshaus, the Department Washington, D.C. Dr. LevI Watkins, Presidentof distinguished Americans who ceptive speed and canfoolyouwith : started to cringe everytlme
i ARE ILL 'of the interior made the estimate The first of the two meetIngs Alabama State University, signed the famous Lincoln Day: his cuts and loDgttrides. someone makes an embarrassingly -
'i The Southern Chris- was held October 7. It I i along with C. Johnson Dunn, ,Call, In 1909 which led to the' Glen Edwards (flanker) is so accurate estimate of
You Seek' The Best Doctor '1 was the meeting of the National \ Director of Athletics, accepted -
tan Leadership Conference 1 organization of the Association. quick that he's here one minute league officials who are becoming -
When Your Doctor Prescribes offered to make a settlementof Association of Predominantly the check from Davis. He was a consistent volunteer and dp he's gone before you the subject of con-
Get Experienced Pharmacists ,, ', $5,000 cash and $5,500 for, t Negro Colleges worker for the NAACP ,know it. Benny Johnson (tightI temptuous Jokes and indignant
To Fill Prescriptions According lumber received by the governmeni. -.. ,and Universities The second for many 'iea'r ./ One of his I end) is the big, bruising,lumbering gripes.
.To Your Doctor's Orders. fP' Njfcjlflk**/ I'meeting was a three day affair last public :appearances ,be'; John Mackey type who i Games at Grambling, Southern -
,W, Use Only The Best Quality C lilacs The City was erected West, from October 8-ID.lt was the ,IE-1-P fore his death in 1949, was asa will literally run right over University, Arkansas All
Drugs. B Potomac Park In 1968 as a' t I meeting of the American speaker at an NAACP rally' I people. .lots of people> Kent, AN, Jackson State, Miss,Valley -
Proprietor shelter for those participating Council on Education. According 'flIIT'CAICER in New York City protesting I Schoolfield Is combination and Texas Southern are
3 in the People's Campaign. to the president, the 'the lynching of Robert Mallard 'the other three plus a little averaging more than three
Registered Pharmacists To Serve
You theme was "The Campus and WITH A CHECK-UP
in Georgia.The more. I play these hours in length.
guys one-
; .
,the Racial Crisis. Dr. Wat- ,
The commissioner's office'has
-.A COMPLETE LINE OF- I i I kins and Dr. Reid returned littlo flea'leape 100 tamesate on-one In practice every day ,
been apprized1' of the sit
and that experience Is Invaluable. i
Cosmetics-Rubber Goods-Candles to Montgomery on Friday own height when It hope oato nation
Sundries evening I the family dog Some jump! ..:
PRESCRIPTIONS. CALLED FOR AND ,** ** Some itch. I
DELIVEREDLilly's ,
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j j : Ford Company:Aids
Drug Store Color.Tone Originals

Blacks At Ro dtable Producers of
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II 1907 Kings Roil ; A bif!'* framework i I. the mot ( CHRISTMAS I
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rigid in the animal world, making ATLANTIA, Ocotber 19---. about us our business and
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its streamlined body perfect
J machine.Bring "Getting to know you"is more the social and economic cli-
flight than a song to Ford Motor Company -' mate In which we operate.", for BLACK AMERICANSis J
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executives meeting in Atlanta Roundtable sessions normally -

with educators and stu-<', last a single day a t.the offering the following opportunities to
theta from the Atlanta University host college However, the
Center Colleges (AUCC). Atlanta program Is the second -
They are here for the second part of a series of meetIngs EARN $5000 to $5,00000 and MORE
phase of unique, in-depth that started at Ford
-College Roundtable programa --' headquarters In Dearborn
series of Informal meetings Mich,. last month
and.seminars designed to fa-, From Wednesday, October -H :41ho!

millarlze Negro college students 22 to Friday, October 24, a
) with opportunities in team of 12 Ford executives i Oiganlie Fund Ralsing with f

business. ,from marketing, labor relatIons -'' 1V PLAN'A. CLUBS CHURCHES etc fRATERNITIES.
Sponsored since 1956 b y manufacturing, public 1,1
Ford's Educational AffairsDe- 'affairs and other areas I. y PLAN R' B* a Representative sell cards to
h"I partment, College Roundtable meeting Informally with A v D. Friends and Community.
programs have enabled nearly UCC students, professors andadministrators.
13,000 educators and students Dealership manage your own tales
Heading the. PLAN C force
( : for the person who plans toM
from more than 500 schools Ford contingent Is Leo "C. earn $5.000 01 morel)
to bold candid, face-to-face Beebe, vice president and
lj discussions with Ford executives general manager. consumer at show you hoot-It costa you nothing to fry
on currnet Issues. ,. Prodllcts Division iPhllco-'
I
Henry Ford H, chairman of The series of panel discussIons !
the board of Ford JrIotorCom- -.JOWL- .
speeches and questlonndanswer -,,
pony, has described the main sessions will cover ':
of the Ford Salet/Marketlng/ Department 34&
purpose College
The Individual
such topics as
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coupon u V?iw> AWIHM '
Roundtable Program as an effort V
and the Corporation, for free HI VtrMfl. Now York 1055
to "show the academic the Corporate Citizen and .oney. 'PN... '?ne IMwANINn w. Me WIN PAn. ,
community something of ourselves -,>, Research and Engineering.The Wks Making I A I" 0 eskd Mww, ,
,
4 -- our management. first phase of the cur Informa. Q>lH AI Q PLAN S: Q PLAN Co
our ways of doing ibuslness I/ \ ''
your weekend host and rent program began in late ton," = 1AYeroe
our thoughts about
Seagram V.O.-the Smooth Canadian, place In the economy, In pub-our*,>.'.September and faculty, members when 11 students from the ... I
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affairs and CAMam
: "Our secondgoeI"he society. adds, } ALE C spent four: days If Dearborn -' ., II'o

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i SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25 1S59 STAR PIPERS, I PACE




I St. Augustine College Pres.points To New Era ForSchool And Student Body I




Mt. Salem Baptist Church Emmett Red Mt. Morfilt I A.M.E. Woman Union St. James'' President Robinson Lists


Schedules Schedule, Held Annual October 26The WOlle I '
Annual Dual DIV ,I Special, Community Program
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Dual Day will be annual Women's Day of Paul A.M.E. Church.
celebrated Big
Miss Venda Nelson will The
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pre- following special activities 1
Sunday, October 26, at Mt. side at the youth hour at S schedule of Emmett Reed Mt. Morlah A.M.E. Church Mrs Gladys Foster o f "The 'new er/promised by this adral stratton in 1966 Is

,Salem Baptist Church, 1281 p.m. The Crews Singers will Center has been released by Oak and Stonewall will b e Orange Park, speaker, will be ldually coming into focus," Hid ;J>r. Fretell R. Robinson,

West 22nd St., with services give numbers. Stevie Tutson Julius Guninyard: supervisor Sunday, Oct. 26. introduced by Mrs. Willette. The president, Saint Augustine's College, during the 103rd Formal
throughout the day. will read the scripture. Miss The Jacksonville Recreation Services begin with the Sun Fletcher, also bf Orange Park ion of the Opening Convocation, October 14. The quality of the faculty

Officers are: Mrs. W. 0. Venda Nelson will pray. Miss Department is in charge of ,day School. Participating will The invitation to Joiners will j Convention, and student body is still in the process of being re-structured;
Rogers, acting pastor, Mrs Mary Thomas will be mistress the new and popular setupde' be Mrs tola Bradwell soperintendent -, be extended by Mrs Annie Union St. 'I the administration organization has been re-vamped and

\ Dorese Chambers} general of ceremonies. Miss signed for all of Jac Eav1He. ; Mrs. Jinn e, Moore MU Calvary Mrs. Baptist strengthened; ; the physical plant and grounds are being transformed -

chairman Mrs. Vuxine Dallas Wynona Chambers will give Ladiessl mnasikr ad nits,,, perlntendent Mrs vJanle*. Dorothy McCloud, Everson recently in ,and toe total image of Saint Augustine's college Is
co-chairman, Mrs.Catherine the welcome address. Rev. JyGulnyard instructor Mon. Mae Jenkins guest reviewer, Street Baptist, Mrs. Annie ) James A. being changed >in both private and public sectors."
,
'. Sampson programs i Eugene Calhoun will speak. wed.. and Fri, 6.30: to '1:30. Miss YVette Lesure, record- Almon, Simpson C.M.E. tor.Officers Dr. Robinson stated that,"In
Mrs. Evelyn Ing secretary; Miss Patricia Mrs. Amanda Cole, Philadelphia for '' merican people at this day
Wynn program Miss Gwendolyn and Miss Room 103; Arts and Crafts American society today,it can
co-chairman, ,Mrs. Gertrude: Delores Sampson will sing a Mrs. Dorothy Steward in- Ravnell. financial secretary; Baptist, Mrs Annie Ruth Mrs. C.I. be said with a high degree of and time in our history to
Calhoun, secretary Mrs. duet. structor Tuesday 4:30 t08p. Mrs. Etta Robinson, adult Smith, ,Mt. Calvary Baptist, ,Mrs A.C. certainty that the extent to support a war eleven thou-

Dolly Corey treasurer, Mrs.C. The women of the church m., for young people 12 to 15 class: teacher; Mrs. Corneli Mrs. Eddie Mae Coalman,Mt. president which equality of opportunity sand miles from our shores
'
Sampson reporter Mrs. will be in charge at 6 p.m. : ) male and female,Room us Prime senior choir: Miss Calvary Baptist, Mrs. Mabel: second vice political opportunity, culturalopportunity which costs us about 35 billion -

Nancy Caldwell decorations Mrs Dorese Chambers will 'earsl rts and Crafts, Mrs. .Boris< Hamilton, junior class; Jean Mincey, Mr. Ararat,and Mary and social responsibility f dollars a year and for
Mrs. Shirley Dallas, tags and preside. The serving usher Dorothy Steward. Mrs. Mary Ravnell, Intermei Mrs. Annie Scott, Mt. Ararat. cretary are achieved will be which no logical basis forour

Miss Venda Nelson, youth. board will come from St. Jogging Club, J.Guinyard instructor i diate class;MlssSbaronScon- Mrs. Vlriglnla Mack of Mt. determined, in a large measure involvement can be establlshed -
Officers for the men are: Stephen Baptist. The serving Tuesday and Thursday hers, beginners and Mrs,Ruth Sinai will make the observat Mrs. Emily by the extent to which the "This is more
Deacon George Tucker choir will Seawrlght, primaries.In ion. Mrs. Sallie Mae Caitiff Mrs. Leona educational money than we spend on our
general come from the 5 p.m., all age groups inequality of opportunity total educational "
chairman, Deacon A. E. House of God. Devotions will male and female, Outdoors the morning service Mrs.. of Mt.Morlah A.M.E.will pre' Chairman is removed. enterprise
;
Wilbert, co-chairananDeacon be led by Mrs. Willie Mae Children's Story Hour;Welghtl Rebecca Y. Thompson of New sent the visitors. Mrs. Mar- will be: Saint Augustine's College has be declared Here is a war
Eugene Calhoun, program Arthur and Mrs. Oretha l lifting class Johnny Thomas St. James will line the hymn. garet Williams,general chair-1 Lee Smith task force, under a $50,000' being fought by a super powerof

chairman Deacon J.I.Wilder, Floyd. Mrs. W. M. Harris Instructor Monday, WednesI Mrs. Naomi Brooks of Greater man, Mrs. Mary Rlgglns and Slicks; grant, working in 12 Eastern 230 million little people againsta
of about
secretary Deacon Cornelius will give the welcome address I I day, Friday 4:30. fo; males New Jerusalem will give' Mrs. SJ. Jones, acting pastor McCall; North Carolina Counties In an 14 puny million country

,Calhoun, treasurer. Mrs. Thelma Edwards 112 to 17 years.,GyI1! ium. the Invocation. Miss Ida M. will make remarks. Guest Badger; effort to help poor youngstersand "At a time people.when about'20per
Sunday School will be in will respond. Mrs. Elsie T. G.J.E.O., Inc. Arts" and Berler will read scripture. ushers will .represent New Watkins; adults black and white cent of the people in
charge of Deacon Raymond. Sampson will Other participants will b e: Hope A.M.E. nie MX; who have out of
give the Invocation Crafts Mrs. Mary L. Demp- dropped high this to bed
1 .Mrs. Gall Madrlck will be Mrs. Dorothy Lewis instructor, Friday p.m. Mrs. Ruth Haynes, st.Mathew The afternoon service b e- Jenkins; : school or who were notable to country when go schools hungryat
secretary Mrs. Ano-BarrwiU will give the missionary pray to 5 p.m., Senior Citizens A.M.E. Church decalogue; gins at 4 p.m. Participants Mrs Edna ; continue past secondary edu- and night our
be guest reviewer. Teacherswill er. The speaker of the morning male and female Room 101; Mrs. Betty WilliamsSt.Step- will be Mrs. Darlene Green, I Mrs. Sarah ; cation. This program really colleges needed go funds lacking find for

be Rev. Henry Rlmm, will be Mrs. Gussle P. Boxing Class, Monday, Wed. henA.M.E., missionary offerIng -' Mrs. Gwen Fossett Miss cons Wives Convention.'I amounts to a "second chance badly ourselves dissipating, we
Mrs. Edith Bronner Mrs. Mrs. will and ; Consecration hymn, Mrs, Cassandra Phelps Mrs. field; for the our
Gray. W.O. Rogers Friday 5:30 to 6:30; poor. Students are funds and most of all the
I
Dorothy Riley and Mrs. Hattk give the call to worship Mrs. Basketball Leagues Play Eula Starts Emanuel Baptist Shirley Moore, Miss Cynthia annie involved as counselors lives of finest

Foreman. Thelma Edwards Mrs. Do- Days to be'announced, 7 p.m., announcements, Mrs.Annie B. Valentine Miss Barbara Art, Mrs. ; i Also at the college Is a Human in a war our that was in young the men
Participants in the morning retha Davis and Mrs. Minnie Middle Junior Seniors, male Wells, Midway A.MJE.: Mrs. Hyres, Miss Lunea Rounell Courtesy 'Relations Center with a staff eyes
,service will be Deacon George Harris will take the offering. I and female, gymnasium. Altermease Henry solo, St. Miss Patricia Rounell Miss lams; of 14 which travels allover of the many first, never necessary in
Tucker presiding the Rosa Janice Walton, Shirley E d- Me M. Bell; the state work with school place
officer Mrs. L. Nelson will Dancing Checkers, Cards, to "The student sees all of this
wards will introduce t h. Mrs Ida
Mt. Salem Usher Board the acknowledge visitors.Evange- Table-Tennis Bumper Pool, Your ; systems upon request.who are';; and he cannot help thinking --
Mt. Bethel Male Chorus Allen list Bloneva Williams will Reading, 7:30 to 9:30 p. m. speaker. Miss Geart Sabb. ,Clara Jones. confronted with problems related Here is power all right, and
The will be taken And
Jackson and William Kohn, read the scriptures. Mrs. 14 and up, male and female offering by : to desegregating their It is power that is being
soloists, Deacon J. Bellamy Verna Thomas will be guest Room 101; Full Court Basket- : Miss Patricia Lreld, Miss Montgomery; school units. terribly abused."I think

Rev. Tony Neal,, Eddie Prime soloist. Mrs. Maxine Dallas (ball, 7.30 to 9:30. Juniors and Social Sharon Woolbright, Miss Mrs. A.M. ; "We are getting ready within ,thoughtful American every who
,Rev. Eugene Calhoun, Rev.W. will make closing remarks. ''seniors. Ronnievue Fluitt, Miss Gwen dent's the next ten days, to launch really loves his country has a
Wallace and Miss Rene Hil Larke
0. and Deacon 1. ;
Rogers J. an experimental communityhelp moral
obligation to orderly
Wilder. Rev. Willard Prince Crockett ton.Reports M. Wlndfield program in an area con- this useless "
Judge Speaker protest war
Smith will be the speaker Security from captains will Professional, tiguous this campus" i
be Miss
taken by Bernadllne Sermon
; We must believe that Saint
Veterans Corle.EDITORS I For St. Stephen BanquetJudge Jennings. Miss Monlce Harris tine ; Augustine's' College must help (OH MIT BUSSED RELIEF FROM THE
ITCHING a SCALING
will present visitors. Remarks Pearl Hudson OF PSORIASIS'
John A. Clllrup Acting ; in its own to change
NOTE: Below J arc ',George W. Crockett of!I Detroit, member of the criminal Branch Manager of the Car- will be nude by Miss, Mrs. Eula society; it must way,be a participant Win FUMEIl"HIM lUCCISt'Oiitn.iit'
court bench will speak at the banquet of St. Stephen A. M. E.the Franzell chairman ANTIPRURITIC R.ll.v.l
authoritative answers by the ver Station Social Security Dugger, ,'; cle, Mrs. in change not a spec- ( Itching)
Veterans Administration too Church Friday Oct. 24, 11\ dining room of the Excelsior Office, stated that one aspect and Miss Jan Lucas, cochairman S., Mrs. tator; It must help to initiate IXFOLIATIVI KERAT01YTIC ((Ramovai icol.i)kin
Diuolvnhorny )
Club as a part of the seventy-se iventh anniversary of the church. Rev. J.W.Jones is pas Mrs.
of the current
some many of social security benefits is change not simply benefit ASTRINGENT (Rafr.ih.i ikln)
questions from former servicemen Judge Crockett,. formerly of i be dedicated toRev.! 1.8. John- not always understood.. Specifically tor. blicity. from It., Its students must COOLING (D.plocM Itching)
and their families. Jacksonville is known for his J son, late pastor of the church. there are maDy1ndl-1 The official staff follows; Mrs. Laura help In aconsiuctiveway: SOOTHING ((1.11..., Irritation)
Further information on veterans : fight for the rights of men regardless .- viduals, often adults,who were*I"I' Mrs. L.G. Jones pastor-for- of the late to transform this society intoa COAL tor TAR b. .highly ,".ctlv.
local Infantil
wnl
benefits be obtained of color. He was educated SI. John's the-day, Mrs. Margaret Wil- sey of rgl.o
may t Speaker disabled.since birth or who became land where all men can live Eci.mi. Eoz.ma
in the schools of and Atoplc Ecnm Th. .flee*
VA public llams.chalrman, Mrs. Mary crowned
at
any office. disabled In childhood in dignity and respect. tlva action of COAL TAR con.
.
Q: I understand I must satisfactory Jacksonville and studied here I ;, r ', ,, who may be eligible for social RIggins, cochairman Mrs heart." Speaking of the national situation .slit of antlwptlc and antlprurltlc.ffactf ,
produc.d by Naphthallni
and abroad. !! tIt''I assistant
progress In school '" } security benefits. China B. Dennis, the highest as a private citizen,Dr.t Phanoli and Cresols In the tar
'In order to receive educational Judge Crockett is the son of. \tb: i There are a few conditionsthat secretary Mrs. L.M. Jones, for the 50 t Robinson deplored the war in Only, of 44 economy< lor.Vi oz.sin.OET ,.eat (or theSe
allowance from toe Vet- Rev. and Mrs. George W. must be met in order for treasures and Mrs. Alberta '$1600.00. Vietnam and termed it senseless -
: Crockett Sr., of Jacksonville. Reid, program chairman. be given a HKAD.TO.TOK. PROTECTION
erans Administration What these Individuals to be entitled Immoral and useless. with the de.D acting foamy med.
Cquncllman Oscar Taylor and Mitb And Mrs. Delores Jackson, trip to the ) Ic.tlon SUCCISS"
'Standard of progress does the these childhood disability : "A war which; in the eyes of .,
SOAP. It whit.I ittlghtt
beauty
,VA regutre? his committee are'busy comA t41. benefits. The child must b e Mrs. Edith Jackson, tags liance In many people is a monstrous gams th.t often a9gnvate ,
: .
/ t hj:1)A) v1Ne'rad'4f rolled'6uderlaws' 1 ..p Webster' 'I past the sod bf daughter of an 1 ndlvidual Mrs* Margaret' glee,/1Apon- ,July of abuse of power." you Perspiration sure you'ra odors nlc. to. ,b t*maktt near.
adminlstred by the VA .V. is' 1 who is entitled to a sor of ads, Mrs. Pauline ,is chairman "It is difficult for the A- PALMCMf"SKIN SUCCESS"SOAPlfN1 ,
must maintain satisfactory of the church. Social Security retirement or Bryant, Sunday School,Mrs. the Women's
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Sunday morning at St. Step finance Mrs. I. C
L.M. Cutliff ,
conduct and progress in accordance disability benefit or who was -
with the standardsand hen's Rev. J.B. Blacknell will insured at the time death Lenora Reddick, decorations :
policies of the educa- give the anniversary sermon. i The disability mental orphy- Mrs. Nettie Jennings, youth J I SAVE.DAILY I DISCOUNT DRUGS
He is of the Greater Palmer
pastor sical and Mrs. Geneve ,
tional Institution he attends. _!must have occur red before -
Bethel A.M.E. Church of Miami I
chairman.
Booster
If the school suspends the age eighteen and still QUANTITY : Available
G.I. Bill benefits will \ and a dynamic speaker. exist Also the disablement '
student
Sunday School will begin at 'RIGHTS SPECIALS THRU. WED OCT. 29 in Most
Bishop
also be suspended. mist be such as to prevent the CooperTo
9.30( a.m. with Dr. A.C.Ma- RESERVED Stores.
Q: I have a Certificate of t person from doing any substantial
minister of
dry and staff of officers 1 n Rev. A.H. Parker,
for a GL. loan that work. And
Eligibility finally
AU choirs and usher 1 the St. Luke Baptist Church of
states it Is valid through June charge the individual must be single -
board will serve. Among II Marianna, Fla, will deliver CoHven. MOUTHWASH
I this date .
3 Can
1969. get
1
MICRIN
the "Annual Homecoming Day" 680PASIE
participants( in the morning : ( '
extended? Mr. GlUrup stated that continuous 20.
A: No. This date was deter- will be Wendell Holmes,Mrs. J sermon Sunday October 26,at efforts are heist made ,OUNCE
Sadie Louise Gen- 0 Saint John's Baptist Church,
mined by a formual set by Tillis to reach these individuals or Apostolic ChurchThe
at the 11 service. Rev.
wright, Deacon C. Lavant a.m.
to alert others who know
law. Gen- Parker received his Bachelor may 9S C '
Mrs. Daisy .Ford, JJS. GLEEM '
Q: To qualify for G1. Bill Wright 1 of Science degree from Florida ', of them, to get In toucbwith "GERITOLJ197
.
educational benefits, is ser- the Social Security o 111 c e. eighteenth annual convocation -
The Youth Hour will be held f AIM University and his ,
vice in Viet-Nam a require- Thus, anyone who has a child TOOTH
at 5:30. The A.C.E. League Bachelor of Divinity degree of the Apostolic Church: IAA 1 .
ment? will open at 6:45. Consecration from Starks School of Divinity. who was disabled before age of god in Christ,the Command '
A: No. Qualification is based begins at 7 p.m. T b e Ed- I He was honored with the eighteen and is still disabled ment Keepers, will be held at qj TONIC
in no matter how old the childis
served
when veteran
on a Waters Choir will be pre- Doctor of 1 Divinity degree the headquarters, 2032 Benedict -
the Armed Forces and not from Bendlct College Columbia now, should apply for these Road, from Novenber 1, '
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ward Waters Choir will be fAMILY SIZE 1t ONCE
benats. Actually Mr.Gillrup /
where he was stationed. presented in a concert. Alvin I S.C., and from Florida through November 9, with
Q: I am attending school N. Green is director.Rev. Memorial College. He is the said weinSOCIal urltypre- Bishop ,M. C. H?Cooper in
under the GJ. Bill, but I want I Wesley Mitchell Harold Nairn f moderator of the Second West fer that the parent not try t o charge as founder bishop and I
determine whether the child is MASSENGIlt ST. JOSEPH'S
to transfer to another school. and Joseph Johnson will be Florida Baptist Association,' entertaining pastor. o- ,
What should I do? I I qualified or not. The best and Elder James Coleman Is 4 <';::
president of
along with Mrs.Mer- the Missionary \> ASPIRIN
present, 'POWDER' pj
'iT
I safest thing to do Is to callor :
A: You must get a new cedes Bell This program will 1 and Educational Baptist State chairman of the ministers

Certificate of Eligibility if ............: i I Convention of Florida, chairman visit the,AxialSecurity. council. Missionary D.Coop CHILDREN'S
you change either your school, Firms That Advertise In of Executive Committee The people there will be glad ers general secretary.On 6 .
or your stated educational ob-, THE FLORIDA STAR ; of the Board of Trustees to help in any way possible.i the Sabbath,Nov.1,Edder age ,
jective. Contact nearest The office is located at the James Coleman of 250
your Hampton,
Are Saying They Appreciate: of Florida Memorial College "OZ. I ;tr l 36'S.
of Canal and West
corner
VA office for the application YOUR PATRONAGE and vice president of the En- Va., will preach. At. 3 p.m. .
form. 'j rollment Committee of'the 13th Street and the telephone plateform speaking will b e r1:; 1 ,

.1 National Baptist Convention number Is 791-2517. featured. Dinner will be ; 'f;:
'I I CLOTHES
America. served at 2 p.m. Sabbath VICK S jkv

HALL 4- School precedes the morning '
HESEBYATIOH
THE' 'i', service and opens at 10 a.m. NYQUIL 4.t PINS'

JAZZ BAND | : On Sunday, November 2,ser- > .
nwind.. 1 vices begin with the hour of .SPRINGJERGEN'S

'" .. prayer at 10 ajn. The message k 87C '@" 50S 28c
of the day will be delivered TYPJ
by a guest. The presiding
bishop will organize the con-
," l r ference and appoint commit-
I It
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io I Evangelist A.M. Pearson,Minister

D.R. Cooper Simpson will and present Missionary 1.59. SIZE 14'/COZ..' ; ; 9 J C '

t program. Mln'sterR.Slmp-' .

son will preach. Elder Cole- CAll

man will pray for the sick and 3 KITIENRAYORS

; unsaved.On Monday the Missionary CAT FOOD 3 FOR 25C

KID THOMAS VALENTINE GROUP \ : Board will open services a t I

vi*.ro.,m.mb ,.of *..nxrto! Hod in the heart of New Orl",,,,' ). : ; 11 a.m. Missionary Mary '
French Ouarttr,than gifted old-linen beat out the foots omping, ',: Simpson will speak on"Build pulls BATH SIZE WINDPROOFHOTSHOT'
(iMlodic Iftlp'ovitotio'Io'' original New Orltant |loll as they how ,' I \ log A Stronger Mission
bM. doing for mart than half a century.A thrilling, awning for bitDOI"T lI Bard" Plateform speaking
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MISS Til* GREAT t ', '"1.;' the Mothers Deacons and .
Members of the Pulpit Aid; BUG'KILLER, .

,All- BUCK ROM Board will participate. A t
3:30 p.m. Mother L. Key and I SOAP LIGHTER
JACKSONVILLE CIVIC AUDITORIUM Evangelist C. Clark will speak

Tuesday October 28-8:30 P.M. Bishop M.C.H. Cooper will 1
i then reward yourself conduct s.nleeu-
a healing
i with America's most slated by Evangelist C. Clark I,,49C lR'2C'1 460PIC
t RICES-4.00-3.00-Z.OO .I and Il. Mc,alr. At 7 p.m. a

t' popular whiskey. program will be presented by ,
SftdAl PRICES FOR GROUPS Of 20 01 MOM-Wt Seagram's 7 Crown. : Deacons H. Hammonds, ,E.

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I savannah State Tigers Scorch_ Famous BC Wildcats In Tight Score Of 26-25' I



SS Team Recovers Fumble The Till And shad Of Ift.
Albany State
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Before Last Ditch Down Suffers Big! Loss Sports


Iwo strong, nationally known football teams the Savannah
MACON A and Evans 400-meter world record holder defeated Kenyatal
Ga. young ,
State Tigers and the Bettune-Cookman College Wildcats
I Inexperienced Albany S tat. newcomer Charles .Asatl in Nairobi, Kenya Evans,from San
fought a furious battle Saturday night JadsonvW.'sGatorBowl
all College football team put up A Jose State College won in 45.2 seconds Asat1 was clocked I n
a battle which kept well-nigh the spectators in the
gallant struggle against Ala 45.8 and equalled the Kenya record. Evans also won the 10 0
seating area until the very end.
I I'for an encore Charles Clark barn; State's veteran Hornets meters in 20.8.
After all, what istightertlan
made glory when be recovered but when the gun sounded end-
26-25 Savannah scored 26.
a blocked punt in the end tog the first annual Central ********* .
Bethune tried but scored 25.
The had its thrills. zone and put the Cats in front City Classic here at Porter Undefeated Fort Valley State College subdued, badly,KnoxvlU .

Floridians game starred in the 9-6. Then Daytona scoredon R Stadium, the Golden Rams had College recently with a whopping score of 1066. This topped ..

game too. Savannah's captain a seven-yard pass from nothing to show for their e flirts the 84-0 the Georgians won in last year's game. One dos e n
Dobson to Elijah but 24-6 took the Tennesseans. Fort Valley -
is Leonard Garrett graduate Gregory R a defeat players turns scoring against
of Raines High and a middle Richardson to bring the. It was a bitter /loss forth started with 45 points In the first half, then pounded out 61
linebacker. score to 16-6. Rams who suffered'the- lr third more points in the last two quarters.

Certainly' standout in the The battle continued James successive setback, although
was Alfred Haywood' Depree recovered a fumble they held every statistical aaeaa
game Bethune-Cookmen man. His at the BCC one yard line. aJ vantage In the game over the

running with the ball Is almost Dennis Jones scored his sec- Hornets except first downs. Cleveland Williams boxer, ispreparlogforahoped tor-return
unbelievable. Savannahwas ond touchdown three plays later The Rams' defense playing match in Houston with Mac Foster ranked seventh. The boxing -
held down for about 40 from the six-Inch line. 1, aQp y Q nearly 70% of the fracas,performed card completely substitutes for one listed for October 3. It

minutes Then the Tigers Lorenzo Bennett took a 34- in gallant fashion, but was cancelled when one of the feature fighters Florentine Fernandez -

made a recovered fumbleandtwo yard Touchdown pass from A i It was the Rams'offense which was Involved in a car wreck
player Singleton after Dupree surrendered the entire 24
pass Interceptions Into
three breathtaking touch Intercepted and put Georgia points to the 'Eama Hornets. aaeeat
downs. in permanent lead. Beginning with the Hornets'

BCC stars. lost the ball five Dennis Jones came in with opening touchdown in the sec- Football game results last week were:Morgan tat..31,Mary

times on fumbles Three a 39-yard Touchdown pass ond followlpjjaWUlard land State 2, Delawar,State,10,Howard,0.West Liberty, 34,

passes were"picked off b y from Mosley. Haywood kick Sclssum interception ofaKen- West Virginia State, 0; Morehead, 29, Austin Peay, 18, C en-
the Tigers ed a field goal. Richardson "jr nle Burke aerial, the Rams' tral State, 20, Northwood, 0.
The game is one of the scored on a 68-yard pass attack proceeded to lose the
Southern Intercollegiate from Barnes to narrow the gw ball repeatedly to the Hornetsin aaeeae

Athletic Conference"series. Tigers to one point a |pivotal -> crucial spots on the burg

Haywood, a man of exper one. ; r Following Sclssum's inter- On Saturday night, October 11,Mattlew! GUbert'slootball team
Use, six feet tall, 190 pounds With 2:14 to play, Carlton ception and..return to the Ram whipped Eugene Butler's team to a loud score of 380. Gilbert's
in weight a BCC Junior mem- Moffett batted the ball downIn 22, Lloyd Ivy caught the Ram defense picked off three Butler passes and forced two fumbles

ber of the A11-S1AC squad of the end zone to be sure of secondary napping with a down which they proceeded to cover. Graham completed of 15passes

last'year seemed to know victory. and outer toRopsevelt Anderson for 82 yards and threw one Interception.
where the holes were in the And so a tight t Savannah State at the four Andersonspunaway

Georgia lineup, boles notseenby College Bethune Cookmaa from Willie Dixon, who, eaaeea

the Georgians. He pickedup College battle ended in 26- rr,, came all the way over from
crucial yardage. On 20 25, a score as tight as anyone the opposite side of the field, Hank Aaron, Atlanta right newer, received pain-killer the
carries the player gathered could be.BethuneCookman. and rolled in the end lone little finger of his right hand during three days of the series.

145 yards on the ground add- was behind Chuck Averlett split the u p- His German Shepherd dog was trapped in a wire fence. Hank,
ed a touchdown, booted for 26-19 when quarterback rights for the FAT, giving the was trying to extricate him. He still had the best Individual

2 points and put in the air a Charles Barnes connected Bama eleven a 7-0 lead. performance of the series, .357 and drove in seven runs. He

25-yard field goal between with that 68-yard touchdownpass -_ ;", "fr '/"' '''''''" ....._ Near the end of the second had five hits at bat, for extra bases, and two doubles and three
posts. There were two fumbles to Elijah Richardson. Lew Alclndor (left), Milwaukee Bucks star, extends a special welcome to Ernest Evans, the quarter 3:36, 'Bama count- tame runs.
also. The Wildcats were Savannah State quarterback first Investment firm employee to enroll In the stock market operations course at Career ed with a 30 yard field coal- ae.eaa

without James Peterson, sus John Abrams tad touchdown Academy's resident school 8 W. 40th St., New York Alcindor is associated with the schooling by Averlett, coming on the
pended. passes of 34 ,and 11 yards. firm during the off-season. Evans' participation In the course is sponsored by W.E. Hutton heels of a Ram fumble byHow- Aggie Football

BCCs chances became slim & Co., investment firm where he Is an operations staff member, as part of the 83-year-old Ie Boston, taking a 10-0 lead Star Gets

I when Charles Barnes' fumble firm's continuing program of preparing employees for supervisory management positions. in the dressing rooms a t I

I was recovered by Charles ;UJM Evans, a graduate of DeWitt-Clinton high school In New York resumed the role of a "student"Oct. halftime Advice From Pro Brother
Williams on the Wildcat 33: 13, when the Milwaukee-based occupational education organization officially opened stock With Burke hitting his receivers -

line. The Tigers got the ball market operations resident training in New York. Resident training also began the same day : with accirac,.theRjJps GREENSBORO N.Cr''Don'tever ing real said
onMoving1 a good
year,
in Chicago and San Francisco. The stock market came back in tte third quarter
back Li their territory, only operations course was first Introduced for
the Westmoreland who has
give when chips finally
home study In January of this in and played improved football up
to have Henry Singleton aira year response to the clrltlcal shortage of qualified opera- are down and cIon"rdrOllrour shaken some minor injuries.:
sideline pass to Robert tions personnel in the Investment industry. finally crossing the goal line '
Saxby who : by Alice Bowmoi with 6:48 to go intte third stanza head when they beat you with "We are always trying to
the ball
caught a pass pattern." ". Improve
,
as Burke connected with
at the three and then dove to That's the kind of homespun "Some people have wondered -
Tennessee Supervisor Sherm Melvin on a 10' yard
Do State
the one. Then Dennis Jones Americana really value Leaves
philosophy on which AiTcor- if our defense is as good as
touchdown
material Howls SlocunuVs
Savannah things more than human toss. -
put ahead 60. -
,
nerback Doug Westmoreland last season, be added. "I don't
teleton.tipr7Not PAT blocked
BCC reigned to the last so, according to a survey Grambling By 5 Points making the score was 10-6 Bama, thrives. think the defense is down, 1 n
,
minutes of the third quarter! of the Allied
Van Line Con- Westmoreland is just.lucky fact, we have actually given up
Alvin Wyatt Juan, sent turner PaneL When asked what leading. enough to have a big brother fewer points than last year. If
back a Tiger punt 38 yardsto factor made moving away from NASHVILLE, Tenn.(Spec Ja1.-, Grambling supporters were' I The Ram drive covered 44 (Dickie,
of the MlwiDolpblns) we get our pass rush together
the former home Burke
most difficult, 4 yards ,as utilized h t s
the Savannah
17-'arel1foe. able '
State meandered to break into of' '"
72 per cent of the panel mem- Tennessee : a frenzy running combo'of' Melvin and n It who can-give-thartind-ofad-< we-wiu-reaay-"b8 te dy."
Haywood came back for BCC ben named friendi past Grambling College here cheering twice as Belles Howell Boston to the ball downto '1 vice, He's glad to accept it. Westmoreland also noted that
and booted the conversion and relative" 34-Z9. in an Intersectional and Glen Aleuncler broke wVp .. the 'Bama move 26 The elder Westmoreland the Aggie defense bas come

., game plagued with penalties loose for runs of 89 and 74 Interference where a t pass h so a former Aggie star,Is one with more interceptions .tte'
penalty on e
before a slim crowd of 7,667. yards respectively a of the first three
Hornets top cornerbacks in the games than last
; LOW PRICESQUALITY t For the second week inarow Frank Lewis accounted for set the ball up on the AFL. Young Westmoreland )'

penalties played an Importantrole the other touchdown on a 32- the 9. Burke faking the run u p Junior is one reason the Ag' He attributes much of the

WORK in the outcome of a yard pass from Matthew Reed.fhttM lobbed middle the ball dropped back the and gies have one of the best d e- success of the defensive secondary -
over o a-
I Grambling game as officials linebacker's head into fensive secondary sin the Central to Mel Groaner A AT
"SOME OF OUR PAST ACCOUNTS" assessed a total of 97 yardson rushing the waiting bands of Mel-- Intercollegiate Athletic 's defensive coach. "W e

three of four Tennessee Yin. Association (CIAA). 'try to work as a unit, said j
Grand Park Elem School I touchdown drives. Westmoreland "and
The Hornets'second TD broke has a lot of Westmoreland we always -
Fla Star News Pass interference calls the backs tfamswhowere football savvy and be pops go with the attitude that
Cuter G. Woodson School cropped off additional yards Sr son aaawemt '),111, 4 pass receivers real good If we are going to get the ball
..,,, trailing by only points going
Ceo W. Carver School with resulting first down situations rro''o dUs. Into the 4th quarter., Averlett they catch the ball in his back for the offense."

Forest Park School : plucked off badly thrown Burke zoneor runners if they come,his! Right now Westmoreland has
HOT
Epbesus Jr, Academy Recently against Prairie WEATHER ANGLING Gordon week to
J. a
Sprague above, aerial and ran It back 45 yards way. busy trying get
Edward Water College View,Grambling had 245 yards When the sun cornel up, the former'superintendent of recreation down tile sidelines to the llbe- "I don't think that I am hav- ready for the Aggies' Homecoming
Over 75 Weddings> (color) walked off by officials for an fish go down, and all the good for the 'city of West fore game against Maryland -
R.V. DanlelElem; School v ;; all-time Southwestern Athletic fishermen go to town, Palm Beach, was recentlyap- JlmmySelIarstteRams, State on Saturday.He .
St. PtnlTjIE. Church ,.{ Conference record. This little bit of doggerel\ pointed by Mayor HansG.Tan- free safety, pushed him out of dtoturQUBSGiD recalled that A Z Thai
a''
Mt.Ararat :Church The Tigers were penalized is the for summer anglers time to remember when the in pointed by Mayor Hans G. bounds.Moving the ball down to the & (EHIS not beaten the Hawks since
Astro GefflS Men Club 156 yards in the Tennessee
I sun'i rays strike the earth Tanrler, Jr., and confirmed three onslants by Dorsey Toss 1963. "We would sure like
Joe Baker! And Assoc. game more directly than at any by the City Council, to bead and Alonzo Plckett the Hornetson to win this game," said West-
Brayboy And Assoc. The Grambl1ng-Prairie View other season When this hap., ;:up the Department of Recreation ; crucial 4th ( (] moreland. "I think that it

Jaxville Recording CoOUTOFSPArEl game started at 7:30: pm.ad pens; the shallow water, In Parks and Zoo, for the ed a first and dovnplaygain-onaoffslde would boost our morale for
ended at 11:00, while the Tennessee lakes warms quickly as the :Bold New City. The appointee a goal the rest of the season.We
( : Bob Smith sun rises, and most species of penalty against tte Rams. With By Martha Logan
contest started 8:00 fish withdraw Into deeper also has jurisdiction over the the ball at the also would like to win it for
er one, Ivy spotted
Delta p.m. and concluded at 1145.: water for the remainder of '''management of the neew Emmett -' our seniors who have never
A.M.E. Church Alpha Phi Alpha Sigma Then 'Richard Smith all alone In the Q. What the proper way to
Tennessee, an alert and pre- the day. Here they until Reed &Ia... of beaten this "
Ovet 50 private Clubs ,Campus Towers Leonard stay Neighborhood Ser end cone on the far side of the treat left the roast team.
clse aggregation,scored twicein late evening when the sun'srays vice Center. He turkey? "I bad
Studio Royal Diplomats Crab Ron and Lou assumed the a real good Homecoming
CampBell field and laid the ball on a bulle -
in are more slanted and the refrigerate: Remove
the first the
St. School -"Bettune Elem. School Roosevelt stanza once position on September 15., In stuffing game against Morgan
High second added water begins to cool his bands On the con- from body and neck
and the
period Sprague Is a graduate of Flo- last year," be added "I
School Washington Shores School. Successful hot weather anglers versionIvy electing to, g, o, cavities. Place la bowl and re
clinching scores in the final say the fishing experts at rida State University where he for the two-pointer cashed in frigerate. Leftover poultry may Just hope I can repeat It this
two periods as Grambling Mercury outboards, !know that majored in recfeatlon. H e be refrigerated t whole or time."
BOB into the end
SMITH STUDIO by plunging zone
showed callous lack stripped from the bones.
of
a con- the best fishing begins near has been instrumental in the
to give the Hornets a clinching .
cern for pass defense sun up and huts about two development of recreationde-
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1511 AND MYRTLE AYE. EVENINGS 768-3200 Wayne Reese, Cliff Brooks, hours From then on It a a partments in Clearwater and 18-6. lead w1tb"8:18 to '' ,
Joe Sweets and Dave Davis matter of seeking the deep Tallahassee play in the Central City Class
24 Bur Aiswiriif Sidici l scored for Tennessee with holes and fighting the hot sun as well as in, ic.The -
If you want to continue fishIng West Palm Beach. The administrative Ram offense surrenderedIts
Reese scoring twice office of the De- third score of the game Your professional beautician

.. Then again, during eveningthe partment Recreation and when Donell Williams plucked knows the answer. ..
water cools, many insects Parks is located "onToi Z;
f batch and small fish returnto ,' off the fourth Interception o f
the shallows to teed, Adams Jacksonville. a Ram pass and lugged'; all
EARN-AND-LEARN PROGRAM FOR WOMEN the way backdown sidelines

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I FAMU -Rattlers' Juggernaut Flattens Morris Brown And Continues Winning- 45-' 51. .



Alabama State.: Rosey Taylor Ray Of Hope I-CC Wildcats ,
Captain Fto'ii' ,JacksonvilleLeonard Goitkerls: Men Prove ,Stros

Hornets Rip For Troubled Chicago Bears AM To K Superiority' After Slowdown

States FillZeroes .
CHICAGO ILL (SPECIAL).--In all the gloom surrounding TALLAHASSEE Fla.--FAMU! ).-.Florida AIM'S Rattlers
Knoxville DefenseThe and the hnrwPrlmarly Chicago_ Bears these days (then are still sources of light Yr hr spotted the Morris Brown Wolverines a seven point lead and
: then roared back with 45 consecutive points for a 45-15 ?
among these is at this point In the season. victory as 13,731 screaming homecoming fans looked on. .*
Alabama State College Rosey Taylor, the free safety "This team has a lot of the The Bethune-CowkmanCollegel* The win tipped the Rattler's
Hornets team ripped the Knoxville from Grambllng College who best personnel ,In football. Wildcats of Daytona Beach 4 season record to 3.0 and It, Morris Brown got Its final;
College defensive unit, probably Is the best 4n the We've had meetings this week handed the Thoroughbreds o f .T was the 198th lifetime victory eight points with 10 seconds
for more than 330 yards In its league at his Job and the one and guys have gotten up and Kentucky State College their ,for Head Coach Jake Glitter remaining In the game asv
encounter with the Tennes- with the least recognition. told how they,felt! about the fourth straight defeat of the 4 who hopes to reach the 200- .Lawrence hit Kenneth Forten-',
seans. However Coach Hol- "He's the man who holds us situation. season 38-0 in the Central win plateau this year .berry with a 10-yard scoring
bert feels that the offense together back there." "Now maybe somebody would Florida Classic at Orlando's Junior quarterback Steve strike and then hit Alfred
.still "played sloppy." The But no one ever bothers to. blame the coaches for what Tangerine Bowl Saturday Scruggs, who hadn't thrown a Jenkins with a pass for the .
Hornets fumbled within the mention such things to Rosey. has happened but you can't night. touchdown pass in either of two-point conversion. ';
10-yard-llne three times on In tact he hasn't heard his here because they have been The Wildcats drew blood In the Rattlers' previous two Scruggs hit 10 of 17 passes',,
first or second downs and name mentioned in so long he working their tails off. Maybe the first quarter when safety games, got the Caliber 11 for 145 yards and two touchdowns -,
goals to go.Defensively. can hardly remember the last. you could blame the game plan Alvin Wyatt caught Kentucky rolling In the first quarter and Anderson connected -'
the team played time. but you can't do that here because State punt misprinted 53 yards with two TO tosses, one to on two of eight for 25. ,
rather well. Donell Williams "Maybe If s a sign that you're any of these games for a touchdown. Fullback Alfred split Melvin Jones and the Lawrence made good on nine','
middle linebacker made con doing your Job right but Idont plans, if properly ,executed, Haywood's extra point try other to halfback Glen Ed- of 28 for 67 yards. ',
secutive tackles in one span. mind that so much." be said. will work. was no good and the score stood Wards Edwards was the leading receiver ,
Other standouts' featured "Some guys need pep talks "Guys on the defense might ,at 6-0.' fIn The strike to Jones covered with three receptions j,
plays In the encounter with before a game others like to blame the offense. But we the secondquaiterWlldat ,, 10 yards and''Edward took for 72 yards. Gimp was the ,,
Knoxville. Richard Smith received have examples made of them la have no excuse ourselves. quarterback Charles Barnes which appeared to be a short game's leading ground gainer ,t
the opening kickoff meetings. They know theylloo't We've given up something connected on a 30 yard pass to gain on a quick ''pass into a' with 10 rushes for 44 yards. ,
fumble by Knoxville on their have to pump me up three touchdowns ,a game tailback Anthony Grisby for 35-yard scoring play,' breakIng The Rattlers travel to Nash- ,
23-yard line' alter two runs every week" Some people say some of those B-CC's second TO. Haywood six tackles as be streaked. ,ville Term., next week to meet j,
by fullback Alonza Plckettand The Bears never have to were scored on the offense but faked a kick then passed to to the endzone. rugged Tennessee State.
halfback Bennie Betton. worry about the nine-year pro, I don't buy that It's our re- tight end Charles Clark In the Morris Brown scored'first Team statistics of conqueror }
Averiett kicked a23yardteldgoal veteran ("I tell everybody sponsibility. end cone for a two point con- Garrett, captain of: the Savannah State College Tigers,, on what appeared to be a .and conquered follow: First,
Dorsey Ross also scored 33, the book says Pm 32 but "The defense has got to go version. and the team's middle linebacker. Is a native of Jacksonville"Garrett busted play Quarterback downs, FAMU 21, MB 10I;
on a 13-yard run. Ivy passedfor Pm really 31") being late for out and make the breaks them Later in the second quarter Is a graduate of Bsuileslligh School.' The.team played Ronald Lawrence, fading back'to Rushing Yards, 140, 82, Pass- *
two touchdowns, pushing practice missing an assign selves. We haven't taken the Haywood went Into actlonagaln against BCC.ln Jacksonville Saturday. pass, found Nobody open ing yards 180,87;Total yards, -.
his total to 8 on the year, one ment or breaking any rules. ball away nearly enough this and added three points to the ,- '.and tucked the ball under and 326, 149; Passes attempted, v
to Betton, the other to Walter They don't have to worry about year----by Interceptions or Wildcats score with a 30 yard Reed ''campfire Girls Unit skirted right end for 11 yards 25, 2B; Passes completed, 12,
Lewis product of Washington Rosey, period. fumble recoveries. If we can: field goal. and game's initial SCOff with 9; Interceptions by 2, 1; ,
High School of "Only one time before did I take the ball away four timesa The Wildcats moved the ball 11:21 still showing in the first. Fumbles, 7 7, 5; Fumbles lost, J
Montgomery ever say anything about myself game we'll win. We have to deep Into Kentucky State territory period. 4, 3; Punts, 2, 7; Punting 3
," he recalled. "That vas realise on defense it Is up to early in the third quart But Scruggs brought the Rat-' yards, 100, 158; Punting average -.;j
in 1963 when Larry Wilson of us," Taylor continued. er and the 190 pound Haywood i tiers back to a: 14-7 lead at 50.0, 22.6; Penalties.. '
the Cardinals and Willie Wilson Taylor Insists the Bears can took It in from the nine for. the end of the period. After 110, 68. $
of the Packers were get still win. He Is, In fact, B-CC's third touchdown. Hay- that they were never headed.' The scoring by quarters is Das
SIGN II ZODIACryi ting all the publicity as being adamant about it. He's getting wood successfully booted h e In the second period,'..comer follows: Florida Ally' 14, *,
the best tree safeties In the a little weary of the obscurityof extra point back Leory Cbarlton Inter- 14,17,0----Total 45; Morris ..
game. loser. Robert "The flea" Miller, cepted his second pass of the Brown, 7, 0, 0, 8---Total 15. l
"A reporter asked me aboutIt "Everybody likes little recognition 129 pound flanker from Daytona game and sixth three games Scoring summaries are: MB, ?
and I said: "The'fins need and I would still like Beach caught a 42 yard vsan, ""' and scampered 46 yards for 'Lawrence 11 runs, (Renders
l to stop and watch me. Pm It to be said that I did an outstanding touchdown pass from Barnes another Rattler score,Hubert son Kick); F FAMU Jones. 10
\ doing a helluva Job" Well, Job' concluded later In the third quarter and Gins, a shifty back from Savannah pass from Scruggs (Lovett ",
the story was blown out of Rosey who understands Haywood's kick was good for Ga., .scooted In from Kick); FAMU, Edwards 35 ,,
proportion a little but people people will only say that when the extra point. 10 yards out and the Rattlers pass from Scruggs (Lovett ,,
did watch me and they saw. his team Is a winner once In the fourth quarter line- took a comfortable 28-7 halftime Kick); FAMU, Charlton, 46 ?
.. And the league office recognized again backer Dennis "Butch" Wat- lead Interception Return (Lovett '
.. bra t ,A I 'me and I made every *tins drove the final nail 1 n. In the third quarter' with Kick); FAMU, Glnn, 10 runs, ',
All-pro team In the U.S. the Kentucky coffin when he One of the agencies at the Emmett Reed Service Center, Sixth backup quarterback Dewitt .(Lovett Kick); FAMU. Lovett, ;,
I "I haven't talked about myself E Emmett:: Reed Center Intercepted a State pass and .and Payne is the Camp Fire Girls unit This Is a youth Anderson at the helm, the 47 EG FAMU, Warren, 5 '.
since and I haven't made ran It back 52 yards for a character building organization for girls from 7 to 17. It helps Rattlers posted another 17 runs, (Lovett Kick); FAMU. :j,
-.J many all-pro teams since. touchdown Haywood's kick organize and train adult leaders for other groups. The hours points as Allred, Warren and Dixon, 3 runs, (Lovett Kick); ,
; S\( ?" ., Sure I think 1HWI the best. added the 38th point to the are Wednesday from 9 to 12 noon and from 3 to S p.m. Mrs. Alfred Dixon scored on runs FAMU Dixon, 3 runs, (Lovett '.
'" .... Have you ever seen anybody Set, For Frat final tally. The Thorough- Margaret M. Parter1.ector. Is shown in the picture. For of five and three yards and Kick) and MB, Fortenberry '.,
[ A Pendant on told plated ,who 4.Id1l.t'aske4/ the compact 'breds were unable tostopthe Information call 353-9021 Ext. 48. placeklcker Horace Lovett, 10 passes from Lawrence .'
t chain. Send month and day little former Grambllng B-CC attack as the Wildcats 'who hit six extra point attempts (Jenkins pass from Law- .,

;. ; sign.of birth$3.98-Taxincluded for your individual surehanded athlete and and one of devastating the most Greek League yards rolled on offense.up a total Barnes of 382 led Hampton Team ,'*'-*-*" .* *, ,roal. ,, booted a 47-yardfield rence.) ;>.

t[ ZODIAC BOX 8007 ladders among. all defensive the air attack with 11 e o m- announces J Schedule

'i[ Jacksonville,Florida,32211,! backs.Taylor says there Is no reason -\' pletlons total of 138 in attempts yards and Jt.fo ora HAMPTON INSTITUTE, Va, Old Taylor Presents: Ingenious Americans ::

""'A"AA". ***.****"* (for ;the ':Bears being 0-4 v A a rBek..T.',f JejePh( i'SAo:WU;' touchdowns. Staff Sergeant Ronald Hawkins- W YrMUH ." ly.,,' "M"M"'r+nw",.. Y .
J I .. r I "-League wul begin operation ( Haywood was the lea d 10 I"i has 'announced that Hampton t .Poo. ,: ;r ?): AINM.w+ : ':., ;;:g9at'f: ',as ':
"I December 1 at the Emmett scorer for the Wildcats with a will participate In a 14-match :' i:' \ d \*.,\! ''.

'66 CADILLAC SEDAN DEVILLE ........... .$2795 Reed Service Center;accord- touchdown, a conversion. He" rifle match schedule. Hamp ,'J. : ; :\ : : ,,
COMFORT CONTROL AIR CONDITIONED,' WAY ScAIS,KCCTRIC WINDOW Ing to director Julius Guln- led B-CC's running game with ton Is one of the few schools .' wTy :'U M;.... d f '
],ELECTRIC:LIGHT DIMMER yard. The sports league will 64 yards Insizcarrles.Grlsby which have rifle teams. : <
consist of the four major College was second In rushing with(3 The Pirates begin Oct. 18 ,
,
67 EL DORADO PIusliI.LPIPPP/1 4595. fraternities, Kappa'.Alpha yards In seven carries. against Norfolk State. Other 3 ., 4 .
TilT STEERING W'-IHL,CRUISE CONTROL,*WAY MAIS,CLIMATE. CON.. Psl, Phi Alpha, Omega.Fsl The Wildcat defense limited matches will be against, Virginia -, 'II' ." '; .\ "
'
mend "
TROL AIR CONDITION Phi Phi Beta Sigma. Kentucky State to a total o f State College Oct.,25; : :
2595 Activity will be In two divisions 92 yards 55 on the ground and William and Mary College' "i
69 RAMBLER SST IPPPP.PPPI. graduate and under 87 passing. Nov. 1; Morgan State College '.. .
VI AUTOMATIC,fACTORY WARRANTY TRANSMISSION,LOW,LOW RIH,MilES POWER STEERINO, AID CONDITION graduate. The graduate division Coach Jack McClalreifs B- Nov 8; AliT University Nov. I '
will be for college grad CC Wildcats meet Savannah 15; University ,of Virginia t. r-

68 CHEVY II NOVA .........,......,........................ $179 uates and the undergraduate State College Saturday night Nov. 22.Georgetown;
RH,AUTOMATIC,0ER SIEEHINO,f ACIORT WARRANty division for persons presently In the Jacksonville Gator Bowl. University t.t 1 III fY II '

68 BUICK SABRE .'...............................;...52993 I in college. participants Washington, Dec. 5; Howard, t ,,, ;
2 OK,H.TOP,AIR COMB UH,POWER AUTOMATIC A MAUTf will compete, within their respective Dec. 6 and 13; Norfolk State
68 CHEVELLE MALIBU ..................-.-...-........- $I79S" divisions.All Savannah State; College, Jan. '31; University
AUTOMATIC, &H,ONe OF OUR SMTIUYS.HURW Fraternities planning to of Richmond, Feb. 7 7; Morgan :1
'2995 participate In the league must College Captain State, Feb. 14; ALIT University -. :
PRIX
PONTIAC GRAND have their entries In by Feb. 21; Virginia State,' /
AIR CONDITION AND All THE GOODIES 1HAT MAKI UP THE, ORANO! November 22. Feb. 28. Selton Sampson and
'
PRIX From Raises
The events are: Basketball, Hi James Gerald are co-cap
67 CHEVROLET IMPALA SPT.CPE ..................- $1995; Volleyball, Table tennis tains. '
V,,AUTOMATIC UH,POWER STEEHNO AIR CONDITION61CHEVROLETIMPALASPT.000PE -
Checkers Billiards and JACKSON TiU1D.-'Thi'Sa-:
?
VS,ASH,AUTOMATIC,POWER SIEERINO ........:.-...... $219. Whist. Champions will be decided vannah State, College Tigers Witch This Clown, _: J

67 FORD GALAXIE 500 .................................$179'. in each activity blasted off against Lane r e- ..
All
basketball and volley- cently after two earlier losses .
AIR CONO".VI,H TOP,CPE.AUTOMATIC,'OWE!STEIRING UH 00'50'116
68 PONTIAC TEMPEST . .' $2095 ball games will be played as and left Lane crippled bya I 't
CUSTOM.AUTOMATIC I TRANSMISSION, :POWER SIEERINO,iM the preliminary game to the score of 347. The Tigers 14 13 11 ;, .,
Deals Where Others Refute senior men's game which begins .were out for revenge and had .\ "fi"g
We Take in December also. The not forgotten that the offensIve 7. t ........... ,
Credit Approved.on Spot league ,Is.sponsored amt conducted -, is Important 4 16 ill ill"i"
by the Jacksonville Much of Sanannah's power

R. S. EVANS Recreation will be Department awarded to Trophies the lies Florida.In those Notable players amongthemIs from i Matthew Alexander/,Henson (1866.1955) :;.

winner and runner-up In each Leonard Garrett, captainand 5 'S'
3rd & MAIN sport. For further information middle-linebacker, a "
contact the Raines alumnus and aJaxon ;:
director ,
i p5nja.4-IM2 31. 21. 10
EL4-8381 OPEN : \
Julius Guinyard, 3539021.TONIGHT. He averages. nine tackles per The first man :to set foot

Then game are others. Sophomore 88 : 25.- 44.
I the of the world.
on
top
Andre Alston is also Sometimes .
He's Up Sometimes -. :
.
from Raines. Max Parkeris .
He'. down. He Adds, .
a graduate of Jackson ; r.
High Substracts. He works it all: .
I Horace Kendrkks, the team's around The ilgns of a true adventurer showed '"to the Pole, and fast, since a number of ;::
leading punter. Is from Lake- up early in the life of Matthew Henson. nations were vying for the claim. ::
land and has a 35.5 punt aver 83 71 34 At the ripe old age of thirteen, Henson Matt Henson was the man. Trudging ::
age. Senator Edward Sttnsoo( shipped out as cabin boy on a schooner the last painful miles, recording observations ::
co-captain of the offensive Coming Attraction! bound for China. and calculating a true course, ':
team and plays right offensive 17 51 11 When he returned to Washington Matthew Alexander Henson became the ::
guard, Is from Mays High In D.C., he met the man who helped make first man to locate and stand on the
1-r4-ri ri1i Miami. Dennis Jones bruis- .'MAN'S''DAY$ I him famouSjThe; then Lt.Robert 1 L Peary North Pole.Peary arrived forty-five min.. ti
ire Tiger fullback from Lincoln discovered Matt Henson working in a utes later,and together,the men planted ti
High In Clermont Is a NUMBERED Washington hat shop. Peary was Immediately 'the American flag. S
standout. impressed by Henson, and he No longer was Matt Henson an ob
/ A / Larry Green comes from I".....s Days are Numbered Invited the,young man to join a canal- acute adventurer. He was given a Congressional
>r S's Pompano Beach, as does Henson Medal life the '
In
4 Health and Fortune surveying expedition to Nicaragua. membership
Jasper Samuel. Barry Goldis be Tour's when can accepted. Explorers' Club, a commendation from
iA from Clermont Theo. .yon bow Under Peary's tutelage, Matt Henson the President, a Master of Science degree
dore Bryant balls from Ocala your Lucky Days.Lucky became an able navigator, adept at calculating by Morgan State College and numerous
'
: Frankie Hamilton from Colors, set: distances and plotting charts.A medals and plaques from,civic: organlza j
Jacksonville.. ,Send $2.00 for your short time later Peary began his renowned tlons. >- ;:
Bob Saxby Is among the leadIng .Horoscope Guide for arctic: expeditions to locate the April 6. 1959, the 50th anniversary of
runners. He went into the North Pole and Henson accompanied the discovery of the North Pole was
Lane game with 252 yards toMs .NOVEMBER the admiral on all seven trips. proclaimed by the governor of Mary-
: credit. He averages six On the final trip, Peary lay drained land as Matthew Alexander Henson I l
yards per carry. One spec Fill la the blank below and from exhaustion and crippled by frost Day. Fitting tribute to the first man ever
tacular touchdown was M mall to ZODIAC, Post bite. Someone had to make the last dash to stand on the top of the world. fd
yards from the line of scrim Office Jackson--
mage. He has speed tospare. villa Ball1T11 OLD TAYLOR ,
Passing duties are snared KENTUCKY STRAKnjVBOUMbMWHISKEY
U PROOF.THI OLD TAYLOR DISTILLERY CO., FRANKFORT&LOU VJUI,ICY.
with Johnny Abrams, Chester 1UIm
Ellis, and Henry Singleton. 1. Would you like to own this handsome sculptured bust 6f Matthew Henson? It's 8* tall made of
Freddie Mosely, a Lakeland '.STREET= :antique bronze cast stone, end carries the complete Henson story It costs $5.00 (which Is what \It 1 1'Tt
.e a s e native was slowed by knee ,.".... costs us). Send check or money order toi Old Taylor.Box 4865S, Grand Central Sta., No Y..No Y.10017.

1 Injuries; 'DAROF41m111---, -.',r : Please allow 8 weeks for delivery.Offer expires. Dec 3),1969. d" ,
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SAWDAY OCTOBER 25 1SSS
( J2 MM STAR ,



e t I Iay .............1 To Be Ordained May Cohens Introduces,


PROBLEMS' IN SEX ?1U:. Exciting Dark, New Skin CosmeticFor Women

: No Pep at Night No N -
: Vim or Vigor Poor"j,I
: I Marital Relations Nor c :' I :, It's here at last-cosmetics for the black beauty.
U Sex Desires Incompat- :I A quality beauty treatment and cosmetic collection for every
i / shade and tone of skin Is being Introduced at May-Cohens by
1 1' U Check your PROBLEMS, Mrs. Gladys Ingram, beauty consultant and representative for
: let us show! you the way. Se Flora Roberts Inc. of New York
5 Confidential No ObllgaBtlon. : In its lavish plan to Introduce live feature, French formula
U the Melanin concept of makeup rouge, Lash Setting Mascara
'Prices feel Tin Rs& to the women of Jacksonville Fluff-On Face Power in a
: GOOD SAMARITAN it Flori Roberts, Inc. Is makingthe .sifter Jar, Op/Tints to hI&IIl1&11t -
deleter 23ti Oily At services of Master Facial
P.O. Box 18-313.,WoodburyB: Artist Mlke-Dawson available
.KiiU ReiURistiif.OthtDiiis : N.J. 08096. r' to the public.Mr. .

St. Edgerried. !UIUIrrirrirrrirYELLOW & Dawson will be on handon
.
the first floor of MayCohens
.33riMHiicrltf 21st&1I rll POWERtneneaecondourSu from Monday Oct. 27
radiates i f through .Sat. Nov. 1 to assist

,tenure energy than man ban, used women by measuring their
REG. 4.99 unct the beginning of civihia, skin tones and to teach the
lion principles of Melanin Makeup -
SEMKOVRELSKAA "aq which was formulated to
: ?.. 't meet ,the needs varying skin

FOR SALE :ifJ'tI. / ,4n!l. complexions.The nationally-known. Facial

VODKA Above art shown officlalsvof toe iDternatloittl Lore and Charity SpIritual Temple, Inc., of Artist will create personalized
America who will participate In the first graduation and organization services of the Temple charts for each damsel who
!!it Sunday, Oct.,26, when Bishop M.H. Frailer, founder and president, presides at ceremoniesat visits May-Cohen's cosmetic
& Emmett Reed Center. They are seated: Mrs. Annie B( Hagan and Bishop P.R. Zackary. sounter andinadJitlondemon- 1 MIKE DAWSON
1ta01u r..u Standing from left are: Mr. Joseph Tonyer, trustee and overseer of music, Mr. Thomas strate the Melanin 6-Minute *
519.39 Lewis, Jr., trustee and chairman of finance, Mr. Arthur B. Hagan, chairman of trustees. Plan for working women. It'sa . .famous make-up expert
'AU will be ordained Sunday. Mrs. Hagan will be elected International President of the Prayer first in Jacksonville, and
Band. Bishop Zackary will be elected archbishop. ICs complimentary.Mr. the eyes and a range of

Under New Federal Prognnsps2,3 : Dawson will be assisted fashion-tested Lipsticks that
by Miss Demetrlce Phillips will not turn color on the
in the
home Participating -
and 4 Bedroom morning
AcquireSQUIRES" In Wash. Hts. area. Unheard Harmony Baptist, JohHHetto Cole service wlU be Mrs. H. vivacious Jacksonville mouth. Also for the lips, a
RE beauty -- a Florl Roberts- soothing' Oil Stick that healsas
of low down pay and low/low, James Green, Mrs;A. Ken
Knight, Mrs. Joseph\ Tyler, trained beauty consultant it helps prevent chapping
low monthly payments >
Llllie Williams, Mrs. Mary May-cobens. For ash dry skin, the company
# London Dry Gill4tfimi&3 CALL OS VISIT The Harmony Church Nearly, Mrs. Vernell Green, Emphasis will be on new has discovered Spray-
Baptist
,, ,,, AME Mrs. James Jones, Mrs Vivian mate-up shades that blend Away, a completely different
will '
present the Sunrise Cos- (Quest
SALES OFFICE, Copeland, Mrs. Olga\ with and beautify the darker body moisturizer that is recommended -
pel and
Singers the BjS.A.
skin tones, for a perfectly for the whole
Bradham Mrs. Dorothy
Z 3 for Gospel Singers Oct. 26 at Dr. Johnnetta BetscbCole, Owens, ,Mrs. Sarah Washington natural look. These coloringswill family. Quickly absorbedfra-
1250 VULCAN INC. I. 30 In the church Second
p.m.
and assistant professor of anthropology Mrs. Johnnie" Byrd be available in productsthat grant, non-greasy, here is the
Phoenix is Tyler Rev J. R. at Washington*.Statei, and Mrs. Willie Mae Kenn- Include a sheer Liquid lasting answer to after-bath
minister. James
5th 48.95 case '7003 KEN KNIGHT Dl. Bryant Is University and a former resident erly. Foundation (In six sepia dryness. Comes la a five-
sponsor
of Jacksonville, will keynote Mrs.Gloria Sykes Bruce shades) plus an Under Toner, ounce sprartalner for ,easy
the Women's Day obser- will serve as pastor for the Facial-Do cremes to cover application)
101-,3115 vance at .Mount Olive A.M.E. toy. shadows, wrinkles or blotchesand

Bottled in Sunny California .* lit >Rst4t church Sunday, Oct. 26, at The Female Chorus; under re-shape large, unattrac-'

I.I llajn. the direction of Mrs. MaryF. '*
GreystoneWINE II Dr. Dole is a graduate of Busch, will be in chargeof Baby ContestThe *., .
Oberlln Cole
College. Dr.
the music. Ushers of New
i Bipisit $10.00 I IITRAIN I Year Fetire holds a master's and a doctorate Bethel A.M.E. Church and of McGinnis SocietyThe

I NOW II M KEY PUNCHi from Northwestern Central .C.M.E. Church will / United House of Prayer
Choice of: University. serve sponsored a baby contest re-

Regular Sherry, Port Muscatel Pay Bilnci e i chosen The educator was recently Miss Waymola Stone, speedh cently. The winner was Kay Sarah McGInnIs Missionary -
of America'sbest
White Port as one therapist for the Duval County Francis Simmons, daughter of Society of New Bethel
Greystone dressed black women Reading Laboratory and a Mr. and Mrs.JamesSlmmoDS:, A.M.E. Church, Rev E.Jones
,
--- JACKSOTRAINING NYILIE
She is the sUe of Robert Cole
graduate of Florida AIM University 2527 Keamette. pastor, will hold its regularmonthly "
tunaw assistant professor of economics will serve speaker meeting Sunday at the
L SI1iQlY 48t -- ( INSTITUTE at Washington State. for the six o'clock service. church at 4 p.m. Mrs. Thelma
loth Dr. Cole Is the daughter of the Awards ********etMSDvgoaUYd
will be made to the Smith and Francis Parker will
late John Betsch and of Mr
s. Most Outstanding Women of serve as hostesses..The theme
,211 I. Aims Strn it 3560301that's '
Mary F. Betsch of Jackson- '
Mt. Olive.Bihil'i. :!I mOA will be "Healing Broken Relationships
ville. ejoelddy Lett si1Js9 e1VStAS ," Mrs. Malanie
Under the auspices of, theUCLA YanlO'Ii SILL Jones Is the coordinator.Mrs.Olivia .
African Flu
Studies Center Hmell is president.
Ul 'rnJ.\IIY 111I11UUJ.iI' .
h and in cooperation with the ,
United States Department of 111' ::11001 noA ilIA Lay
Education, Dr. Cole helped I LBHcd'on. Stressing,I

guide an elght-weekstudytour,
tastier I taecier trainees
for 30 American college World PeaceIn
teachers.
:4 Mrs. Roslyn Burrough ..Henry I Pay,After Graduation 6 weeks:Training Procr m.*
"l Busch; graduate of Morris Brown the 24th anniversary year
baby College and a member of Mt. of the United Nations, mem 'I Call 356-0301 1 Or Apply
'" Sinai Baptist Church, win, tiers of the Baha'I Faith
,.. serve as guest solist during throughout the world are once ,
"And I'm telling it like it is. People today are movingon the, morning hour of worship. to establish world peace and 210} I. Adam Street Reel 710
Mrs. is of the lead- unity.
up-reaching out for the best And the best is Busch. Ing soloists Henry of one Jacksonville In Jacksonville, Baha'is will I

Premium' brewed, with costly barley, virgin hops. The and a member of the Delta attend the luncheon given by Aide
Nurses Trainee
.., only popular-priced beer In America with in-brewed car- Sigma Theta Sorority. the United Nalons Association:
,.' on October 25 at the Robert
l '' ": jrr" bonation (our own special way of putting fine bubbles .. Meyer Hotel. Copies of"11IIt'' ******************* *** *****

.; In beerThe); best popular-priced beer in America? That's SALE ana Proclamation:"Human Rights of Baha'u'Uah'Are God- fiThe Jacksonville Training Institute Is taking Applicationsfor

Busch, baby. And we can prove it" FOR Given Rights", a report \of [ A Nure's Aide Trainee Program. Your Tuition can be
Large Lot For Sale:Cheap American Baha'i activities [paid by the week or you can Earn while you learn.
Look for the special Rosko display wherever you buy beer. Wesconnett Call 355-8035.. I In observance of International ********** ***** **** ***************

Human Rights Year in 1968
will be presented to the Call fir Yeir Appiiitieits
"? M BUSCH.from Anheueer-auech.Inc.. St. Louie Mo. FOR RENTMlddleaged U. N. Association: by, Miss

furnished kitchenette Lady wants and the Eloise Spiritual Mitchell Assembly on behalf of the of 355-8301' Or Apply'. "

ii bedroom. Call Sat. after 6 Baha'is of Jacksonville.

Call p.m.:Sun.7683880.from 11 to 1 p.m. Baha'tfllah"In "1b8 Proclamation the Founder of 210 .. Adams Street Reset 110irrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrttirlirrrrrrry

Prophet oftbeBaha'i.Faith
I addressed mankind acentury, I

b I LLI ,,..9 HELP RANTED I ago In these words:"The time
I Iqaw must come when the imperative REAL ESTATE =
necessity for the holding .
Earn S40-360 weekly showIng .
JeW line of bomeclean-. of a vast, an all-embraclng .
Inn agents. 2 to 4 hours a assemblage of men will be uni-
day. Call 765-1272. versa ly realized. The rulers : E. 25th St. 3 bedroom home.200.00 down$45.00 per month. =
and kings of the earth must Buckman St. 4 room C. B. home $300.00 down $55.00 per rI
needs attend it and..consider month. Placeda St. "bedroom cottage $300.00 down $55.00 .
irk such ways and means as will I :per month. New brick homes to be built $200.00 down; Lot :
FOR SALE BY OVNER
R lay _the foundations of the monthly payment. .
'3 Bedrooms Car tarage. world's Great Peace amongstmen.
I pl Owner will finance after small Such a peace demandeth : 'Closed- SATIRRAT OPEN SIHOAY' :
down payment. Call 354.6746TOOTHACHE that the Great Powers should E.S. COLEMAN .
.
"'wIINY t resolve,'for the sake of the ,
#
I tranquillity of the peoples of REG. REAL'ESTATE BROKER
the earth, to be fully recon ,,

died among themselves. N :.
Should any tag take up arms 1022 Marry. AinuSO0441
against another, all should {...............................I

Ml'; hi seconds M million lifter-nave I do alts unitedly arise. and prevent rr ,
.J(L, Mini dentists *commend ,him." -
:mint I5A-JEL until tproffulonal :
tr itm you nt X",- Addressing Himself specifically NEW BRICK HOMES .. ..
ht ?eewee.ear,,, to the kings and rulers, __
ora'JelJACKSONVILLE, BahaVUab admonished themto -
'. "Compose your differ New AnilihliCRANB
',,, ences, and reduce your armaments -
'
'" that the,burden of your PM All LINCOLN ESTATES
-r', !,1' expenditure may be lightened \ -

,'and that your mimds and As Lei Is
hearts be tranquillized.
,.. il SHIPYARDS may
r "' > Heal the dissensions that divide 215.08 Bin 00.00 Per lutl
,
f' '' you, and ye will nolonger ..
: NEEDS' be In need of any armaments
except what the protection of Under The New Government 235"" Programs '11a'.l'ro-
WeldersNorthsi3e your cities territories..- gram designed for those people to boy ,A Home that
mandet have not been able\0 afford one in the past.
'
Div. "We have learned that you FOR COMPLETE DETAILS' CONTACT;'
are increasing your outlay every .
.644 E. BAY ST. year, and are laying theI I ,HOUSE 'SALES, ,INC. f
oaSouthside burden thereof nit your sub '
Jett: :. This, verily,'is more '
Div.. than they can bear, and to a 3131' Oiiisiii, $St., At i 20tl .St.:' Eipnsswiy Ir

I I Ft. of Hendricks Ave. grievous injustice. Walt '

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