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Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
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Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: November 1, 1969
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
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.'TUrtVei f Jacksonville organlsaUw 1- ; '
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the uplift of Blacks and workIng : MAN.DUPES"GI

class their whites memberships are mobilizing and-' CON

are asking every Black man ,
and women to support, by

the signing Council petitions meeting and attending at which

Ordinance (9,630 will be presented ) '
to fljbt for the pass MOTHER OF 7000

age.of this antidiscriminationbill. ":

Tuesday Black leaders and ... ... ... ... ... . <<
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Black militants were at the -Y.
Council chambers in large it Five Ministers w i i
numbers. Clanzel Brown, rs'' Smooth Talker
Executive Director of the
;Jacksonville Urban League Hit Bishop's'Law Jers.rk.Nk i1 ,
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I urged immediate and definite
passage of the bill which will .r 4 Led WomanTo iJrjdJ
outlaw discrimination In 1 industry BreakingThe

areas John Farmer ,

Black militant, Rev Gene African Methodist Epis- Believe A fifty-cent poolroom bet,the
Parks of the Methodist Church copal Church of Florida with Story alleged,refusal of the loser to
I Urban Affairs committee' history of turmoil and litiga pay the debt, a hot .38 caliber
bert Florence of Project U-. tion to oust its bishops ..eemsap.1D and violent
pistol temper a
A 49-year old mother of a soldier killed in Vietnam fell victima ,
nltjr and James Washington In the
same direction
all brought tragedy
argument
second time to the
sweet spiel of a confidence man who she
NAACP were all present.) Bishop George N. Collins thought was a policeman and,as a result Is the loser by $7,000 to Davis near Beaver Mondayat
Washington emphasized ,The National Medical Association Residents' Fund will be the richer this year because of a presiding bishop) of the Eleventh the final payment) on the $10,000 given a mother of a deceased about 3:30.
passage of this bill, Important substantial contribution made by the Humble Oil Company In the picture above, third from Episcopal District veteran Robert L. Fleming is dead,
In this southern area, the left, James E. Queen, national coordinator of community relations, presents a company tie A.M.E. Church has been Mrs Beatrice Byrd. 1118 W. envelope and discovered the at the age of 25 years. He
will "help decrease crimebecause check to Dr. Levy.Perry of Houston, chairman of the National Residents Program, Internal criticized by five prominent) Second Is now the distraughtpossessor contents. lived at, 1743 West Twenty-
4 ". poor people can get Medicine Section of NMA during the Association's seventy-fourth convention and scientific officials for tactics which they ) of an envelope filled According to Detective Frlgo ninth.
jabs Farmer said be wanted assdmbly in San Francisco. Recipients of the fund Include from left: Dr. Arthur J, Rouse, contend are contrary to church with play) "money. this man visited Mrs. Byrd Henry L. Powell 23, 1010
a local daily's report o fthe Bellevue Medical Center New York University; Dr. Robert S. Glbbs, resldent-ln-medlclne ethics According to Detective Sergeant recently and told her he had West Church Street, is In Jail
meeting'' to be corrected at Harlem Hospital Center; Dr. Richard A. Williams resident at Peter Brent Brigham Five petitioners) are, there- Joe Frlgo the duplicity some information as to the charged with murder.
Inasmuch as blacks andwhites' Hospital, Boston,, and 'Dr. Dionysslus V.P. ,Cokklnos resldent-in-medlclne at the Baylor fire, asking for a court injunction resembles that of an August Identity of the August swind According to Patrolman J.E.:;
were at the meeting University College of Medicine, Houston. Each medic read a paper at the convention. to prohibit) the bishop .conning. At that time $2,000 ler. He told Mrs. Byrd she Witt, Fleming actually won 50
William Scott ,
following from t transferring ministers cents from a brother
-- her younger
taken wbuld have to draw $7
were from ,
Fanaer, told Council PresU: N i 4WC. _.ra: .F Rh' j"iII'' wm-.. "to,> ..... and tai;eJ U=in trade contrary ,cetvedbecause, of$10,000 her son's r.- 000 nest egg out of the bank ,of-Powell: In the Ky, Smoke
'dent Lanaftaa that "As JDnc'at ; 1).nr) I to th.igwg, t'1h.,aenomlna- death at a bank. and give It to hem Shop at, 622 North Davis. The
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you sit lIP there In yourbfr : Largest "" ,
tlon. t'; An Then t the:story- reads he younger Powell brother, left
/ chalr with your legs These five"A.ME.. leadersare unemployed widow Mrs. told Mr.. Byrd be would needit without paying the debt
crossed smoking a big cigar Byrd lives alone and sorrowfully
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Powell returned
alleging that four rulesof When Henry
the
Lauds StokesP.er'orilailci to'put "on machlngand
you are Just occupying : said she had only $94 the 4-
the church have been violated check for fingerprints.) Then an argument ensued over
space. by the Episcopal lead left. he told the widow that the small debt. Powell began firIng. -
Organizations listed are: The story Is much the same.
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er.The The unidentified other money would be brought
Jacksonville, Urban League petitioners are Rev. F. swindler gave later and would be her secu One bullet from the later-
GJ.E.O. NAACP Florida A, Allen, Rev. S.A. Cousin, Mrs. Byrd an envelope andas- rity. retrieved ,38-caliber pistol)
Black, Project Unity CEP, CLEVELAND:-The power) both presiding elders of the sured her It contained $7,000she Mrs. Byrd was followed" In, struck Fleming In the left
Urban Jacksonville, Inc; Cleveland Plain Dealer, South Florida Conference could hold as security for August from a bank and rob- temple) at about 330.:
Neighborhood Youth Corps, largest white dally in the state Rev T.E. Shehee, presiding) her own money. Then, the bed of the $2,000 mentionedIn Powell Is reported to have
Operation Green Power Project The alleged murders of the popular and well-liked Prophet of Ohio, has endorsed present elder of the East Florida Conference swindler skipped the pre) the story fled the scene and to have
Enable Jakcosnvllle Hodges, owner of the Voice of Peace Variety Store on Edge- Mayor Carl Stokes for a second Rev. A.L. Bennett mises. Mrs. Byrd opened the stopped on a parking lot at
Youth Federation, Community wood were sentenced to life Imorlsonment this week. term and has criticized presiding) elder of the Florida Ashley and Lee. In the meantime

Improvement) Associationand Circuit Court Judge Frank the campaign of his opponent Conference and Dr. A. J. Lawmaker Gets EnoughVotes off-duty patrolmen Alvin
Jacksonville Fair Housing H. Elmore Jr., on Tuesday charged with possession) and as biased. Reddlck, pastor of Grant Fluker and Clarence Sullivan,
Council. sentenced Harold Johnson, 17, sale of marijuana.Tommy Hill On Wednesday October 22, Memorial A.M.E. Church. operators of a shoeshine
The Ad Hoc Committee .Is and in 1551 Davis Street, was convicted -' '" ... m 2:'" at 611 North Davis '
Leon Hall 21 to life In parlor
the Plalndealer expressed Ir" ,:'\' ', To Beat Nays ,
la overall charge. Blank prison) for the February 25 In 10 minutes by a Jury an edltorIal"PlalnDealerEn- came to the scene and Joinedthe
petitions) can be secured from fatal of ,Monday. Judge A. Lloyd Layton .' chase after Powell who
shooting Prophet dorses Stokes, that it accept Edwards Waters College, woman Mathis' campaign) He ,
all these organizations. The Hodges u he was entering his delayed sentencing Assistant Mayor Stokes for olllllmpltreuoaperformanc. supported by the African pointed out that the school was retreating to his home on
motto is "Fair Play is the State Attorney C. W. I Church Street ,
store. Methodist Episcopal Church has sent prominent) and aggressive -
Surest Way To Stay on the. Pleas of leniency were entered Arnold presented Narcotics The editorial reads: The II and located in Jacksonville Americans into theCOUNdLWOMAN An exchange of gunfire followed "'
Path of Orderly Progress.. emotionally by both Investigator Richard C.Bowen plain Dealer endorses CarlB. I Fla, became the recipient of a at Powell home Patrol,
sides, by attorneys and by as a main witness.Bowen said Stokes for a second two- grant of $50,000 from the City J man OM. Koon, on duty arrested
Mrs. King Will sorrowful relatives of the ,be purchased a package of year term as mayor ofCI.". of Jacksonville. ',FI' J Powell later and took
marijuana from Hill .
young men. Johnson's mother land. By the close margin of 10 to I him to Jail. .
.' entreated the Judge to send Of Ribbiry "We support Mayor Stokes 9 the Jacksonville Common ''f The shooting quickly drew
Help' Suffolk" her son to school. The Jurist Giilty for one simple reason --per- Council voted the grant and, spectators to the scene, some I

said that young Johnson was James Lamar Dow 19 1210 formance.- by so doing established Coun-. t 'F of whom witnessed the taking
Hack Strikers equally as responsible by law West 12th Street and, Albert, "Mayor Stokes has beencam- cilwoman Sallye Mathis as the : of the fatally injured man to
as If he bad pulled) the trig' palgnlng) on what be has done BBHOP GEORGE N. COLLINS victor In a bardfought battle. : the hospital.He was pronounced ) -
Rudolph Newsome19 7870
ger. He suggested the young Dekle Avenue and what he Intends to do. In The! petitioners claimed! Rev in the Interest of the nationally dead on arrival.
pleaded
man finish his education in Monday before,Criminal Court guilty both areas be has a strong D.N. Shakespeare and Rev.B. known school Dr. William Mrs. Betty I, Wiggins 1444 I
SUFFOLK, Va.>-Mri. Martin prison story to tell. F. Ballard were transferredfrom Stuart Js president West 19th, and a passenger '
Luther King Jr., said Judge Elmore denied a motion Judge tenting A.will Lloyd be November Layton. Sen 4. As for his record during his the Florida Conferenceto Councilwoman Mathls, a fervent Mrs Gloria J. Wllcox 1895
that she win support striking for a new trial by John L.G. Taylor and G.C. Royal first two years In office,Mayor the East Florida Confer believer In progressive) Hartridge Street said that t
nonprofesslonal hospital workers son's lawyer,'Wayne Rlpley. Stokes has their car, westbound on
police officers saw the to some degree ence, that Rev D, A. May education, has beenperslstentIn )
,
here la !their fight for recognition. Likewise were pleas made young Influenced or been a major nor and Rev. G.L., Galnes battle for the school for Beaver at Davis, was struckby
.. for leniency for Hall by his men running from a local factor,in many constructive were moved from the, Orlando additional funds for this year MATHIS a stray bullet Patrolmen",. [
The .eminent rights worker attorney John Forties. liquor store The, to officers silent programs) Including: the biggest Conference to the Edward Waters, enter Ing upon were seeking the original. II 1
also suggested that she might( Attorney Forbes Insisted that' were responding It that building boom In down South Florida Conference and a new era in higher education, world. He emphasized that, source of the bullet.
alarm. was reported
visit the area. Mrs. King In the young man was "hopped town Cleveland history ,the Rev.?:W.M. berson was has revamped its curriculumand without Edward Waters College Carter Funeral home Is In "
a telegram said, "I support up" on heroin when be fatally $108 from the were cash taken at gunpoint largest ,federal contributionto switched from the Central added outstanding members many would not have charge of arrangements
,
what you are doing and share shot. the minister. Hall claimed register inner, city problems) suchas Florida Conference to the to the staff. It is one of been able to secure an education
with you the confidence that that, back from Vietnam, Earth White low cost housing the most Orlando Conference 'more than 12 colleges supported He also Indicated that Mahalia Sings
.right will wID'oat.. It is my be had been "souped up" for ambitious safety program) ever The! churches listed In the ) by the A.M.E. Church the theory of not using public)
desire topart of your struggle. more than three months by ($. million) for the
complaint are Mt. zion I a and is the only A.M.E. school resources for private educa
A large number of the black friends whom he drove around Natal Day police) department, the largest Watertown, Mt. Tabor In In (he eleventh district lion is not in tune with the .
employees at the Louise Obicl on a shoplifting spree. The antipollution bond issue Lte City Mt. Plsgah In Bishop G. N. Collins Is philosophy) of the present) day.. ;
Memorial Hospital have been Jurist said that the habit did I Fete Announced for any major city In the United South Starke, St. James In chancellor and presiding Edward ,.
on strike since August 1 In an not constitute an extenuating States, the most extensive Lake Butler, St. Luke I a bishop. Waters Colleges the grant
effort to force officials to re- circumstance in the fatality. Miss Earths M. M. White, program) ($65 million) Alachua and Allen Chapel in The fighting councilwoman were: Councilman Carter '..:
,cognize Local 26 of the Distributive noted nonagenarian, will be to expand Cleveland Hopkins ''
Macclenny. might 'well be said to have Wallace Covington, Homer
Workers America. Sftttfi Idler FiiiiCurlle honored at a Music Festival International Airport) In the These leaders' claim that' used as a campaign theme, Humphries, Earl Huntley W.
They have !the support of the BrJDSOD ZI was found on November ,9 In the Civic city's history the most substantial "
Bishop Collins transferred "Here I am again. Her Insistence E. Grlssett, John Lanahan,
,/Local NAACPand of the Southern at 4.30a.m., Auditorium, Hogan Street entrance foundation for .city '
by police) Friday churches 'from the Florida has been based on the Johnny Sanders I.M. Suit-\
Christian Leadership Conference after having dived through an revenues with the Increase Conference Into the East Florida progress) the school has made. bacher and Walter Williams
chapt: ers.Black nurses apartment window la order to In the city income tax. Conference onOctober: 5 The first and second years Voting for the appropriationwere
and doctors have continued to escape arrest for questioning "la addition Mayor Stokes without General Conference have been accredited. The. : Councilwoman Sallye :
work at the hospital.) In a robbery of a cab driver has changed the image of
approval They fur the rcontend other two years have not been Mathls, Councilwoman Mary
Recently a Wednesday night Deputy CosUble Locale Miller Cleveland that Bishop Collins moved five accredited, but every eflortisbeing L. Singleton,' Councilmen Joe r
strike caused'cdngasl'o4Rocks
said Brinson tried toshoathim .r. An exciting public figure ministers out of their conferences made to bring the school Carlucci, Walter Dickinson, I
were thrown F1 r e- from his apartment hideout. with rare public relations when new positions open within the rules and regulations Jake Godbold Earl M, Johnson
bombs windows were of white thrown business Into the Biinson also threatened other gilts. Mayor Stokes has become to them In addition to that relating upgrading. ,' Don MacLean, K. L.
officers. According to Investigator a national and International Bishop Collins: has been 'Edward Waters' enrollmenthas Moore, Lynwood Roberts and
stores. Nell Brown and Ray figure. He .Is a man with Increased The regular Oscar Taylor
Suffolk Is a city: of about 12.POO. Lauramore, a New Deal driver of Ideas and has been able char soliciting for several mon graduation class exceeded In ** ** HAW, JA .
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More than percent A
reported robbery the taking to attract talented yomgmenfrom funds as of August 26., The numbers any previous class Further Yo{" "
of the black. A-, "
population of his wrlfitwalchand of the all over to die administration. complainants also say that Mrs. Mathis said that this your Thi powerful voice cil'-' the'

notbe meeting was 100 set state, with cab. Shawn Stafford, 18,725 I WHITE f; 'y "he does not pay the full amount grant would help the school. career. .,worl4'. greatest 6s.eI..4nMr
the promise that West Fourth, was.the.first ;The occasion for,the aJfaIr"wUI The Issue before the voters of general budget money get federal aid and thus enlarge .- will be heard< III, M -Sr '. *
troopers ,would be on hand to apprehended." be Miss Whlte'sblrthdty., ,Nov. 4 Is DOt whether Mayor collected" Its educational vision, In the theater at,ArilCemetery jlauquj'' ry
the local .
blip nadatmers.Cammorwea114 ,
.C* songs win be featured. Stokes) has made mistakes. Another Councilman Earl M.Johnson 1 ,
Silky charge Is that Bishop on .
.. E. Gillette said Attorney that mass Robert Pit ,, SiiUfcitf-.,-reward, of 100.00 will go to the. ,Everybody makes 'mistakes, Collins violated the prominent figure In the Matinee U.S.Army S 11:'II"**-' r
November 18 .Is the date set troop rendering to best.and and In politics they are ob- church law*y soliciting fundt Gilbert battle gave .Jaelllol' ;' ; wI
arrests wen possible. |or the sentencing of a man ;\oldest song.: inos to everyone." CONTINUED ON PAGE 10 strong support) to Council, Reserve. tlonal 'A ". \ I

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win that came through the Vietnam
MEMBER of the popular
I JONN501 r'I Moratorium The message Day loud,01 clear was:Let'l Get Out of Vietnam.
frusiratingand essentially meaningless -
with as
led
Is up
The country
MG"1: O'.P TIONAII a war as any 10 our history. dlvertell America. attention -
I tragically
In Vietnam bas
The war .
problem-thlurballaDd racial crlsls.at -
from Its primary

t' Clip, 0. SIMPSON..MANA6llfi| EDITOR the very time that crisis Is at

., .b. J flash point. The war has createda

,'; :; IILBA WOOTEIL.CIRCUtATION MANAGER disastrous drain. on our national -
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t dollar terms, the war .
HAIimG ADDRESS THKEEPRESIDEHTS i I eats up tax revenues better


P.O. BOX' 59S JACKSONVILLE ''FLORIDA 32201] ENFORCED SUPREME COURTS me ,., w :* rr Er spent hunger on here relieving at' home.poverty at least and

The war Is costing
DECISION ON DE
OfFICE( 2323 MONCRIEF ROAD SEGREGATION.COMMITMENT $2 billion per month.That means

PHONE 3U'IJU' THE LAW orTHIb EVEN IF 'THESUPREME the costs whole about"War a month's on lighting poverty""a

NAND, 'Vietnam. All housing programs ,/
COURT
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MIAMI OFFICE 501! N.WJ7tb Au. including still-born
WERE TO ORDER Cities program -- cost about
the same as a month of war.

PHONE 7513879SUBSCRIPTION KENNEDY; ; IMMEDIATE INTEGRATION The war cost for ten weeks __
equals what was spent on all "
I I LACK federal educational programs wiumtt IINGaJR.

RATE 71IEPEOPLEANDBODIES last year. The money spent this year on food stamp programs

One Tear, $12.00 Half Year, $7,00 Mailed To You for toe poor and on school lunch programs for: poor children .
Anywhere In The United States ENFORCE amount to the cost of a week of war -- and thousands stm go ..

THE LAW? hungry because, they are told, the necessary money iant

available. .. ,
Payable
Subscription in Advance "
services to the
Cities are hard-pressed to keep vital up per-
$0 9POK5, ASSISTANT ATTORNEY inadequate standards because of lack of funds, yet their
Send Check Or Money Order Tb.rLORIDA STAR-PO.BOX 599 GENERAL JE1WS LEWARD-CML. sent residents'' taxes go to support the hungry war machine.

f/SENNOWE RIGHTS CHIEF OP THB JUSTUSCEPXLIBRA New York City, for example, sends $9 billion a year to

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 32'01, Washington In the form of taxes used for military purposes,
twat Tbat's more than the total budget of the city Itself. And a

third of that goes to Vietnam.
I Every hour the city sends taxes bound for Vietnam greater
Vocational EducationFor than the cost of running a high school for a whole year. Every,

TO ENFORCE THE LAW month the city's" dollars that wind up in Vietnam come to the.
amount needed to build a new housing for 12,000 families.
YouthThe
The war also has an extra dimension for black people, who

President's Council On Youth Opportunity which Vice are asked to die abroad for something we don't have at home.
President Spiro Agnew Is chairman has spent considerable, OR ENCOURAGEMENT TO WHITE LAWLESSNESS*? At the same time we are victims of a backlash that owes- muchof

time and effort in toe development of a definitive program of Its existence to frustrations over the war. "
action designed to help young people The Council publishes a By a strange twist of human folly, the groups that are most
at odds in this country today --whitesand blacks from working
bulletin, "Now. This bulletin Is self-explanatory. From this
,J class and families are those whose young men are
bulletin we make a repris of what seem to be to us strong poor
thoughts The original title is "Report Recommends Basic S'--- 4L dying in disproportionate numbers In Vietnam. ,
.5 Even within the armed forces, the war Is Increasing tensions
Changes In Vocational Education For Youth. The title here 4
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will be "Vocational Education For Youth" .'.*'h as a direct result of growing frustrations and bitterness. What
started out as the best example of racial teamwork is rapidly
"The violence that wracks our cities has its roots in unem-
ployment and unequal opportunity. Those who have no Jobs in eroding and is adding to the already severe tensions in the

an affluent community lash out in anger and frustration. Young : black community.
men and women who cannot qualify for decent Jobs distrust the YOUR WEEKLY : The war can't even be defended in terms of international
society which reared them. Dissidents speak with the voice of d ti policy since America has become a laughing stock in the eyes
of mtlons who can't understand how such a rich and powerful
rebellion; campus and inner city revolt reaches Into our
nation let itself become bogged down in the swamps and,
schools. Our nation seethes. "
"Racial unrest, violence and the unemployment of youth have GUIDE ::1 : Jungles of a Vietnam, In opposition to its own vital Interests.
HOROSCOPE The most effective way for America to win credibility as a
their roots in Inadequate education. Each year the ranks of the ,
school dropouts increase by three-quarters of a million young democracy in the eyes of the world is through toe Immediate
,ri resolution of its domestic crisis rather than through futile ,
men and women. They enter the Job market without the skills
and attitudes employers require. They and the millions of wars in faraway places.
others who are underemployed -- among these the students BY PABLO THE ASTROLOGER Millions go to bed hungry In America every night. Our
who are graduates of our high schools but who are Inadequately' black ghettos are wastelands. The urgent needs of,rural black
prepared for an'thlnr.are tragic evidence of the present people are shamefully neglected. Young people .. black and

inadequacy of our educational system. Awhile -- are ,in ,revolt against a system that. purses military
"The failure of our schools to educate to the level of adequate ', WHICHRE YOUR LUCKY DAYS /; !" q"Ij1'''', I .' 'advenfiireS instead of domestic )Justice1. ',"" i

emplrtftility" tearrr SVtt toe ypung ,men and women who \ ',\ ; 1 w .';roust turn 'Iw.af'; from Vietnam; Wet' nd.the war, .
I turn' 18 each rear Is'a waste'of money, as wen atf;of hurilai1resOllrC.I. *I ;:; ,: FOR BUSINE iS '_, LOVE 'TRAVEL: ?: "' :. : e1, Immediately,'We' must pour'our vital resource's back into.. our rj
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The Nation supports a galaxypfrmedlalpyograms; r' .. .. ; ," own.land,,our own cities, our own people.,, ,
some of which nave cost as much as $12,000 for every man or "I' ""

woman placed on a Job. Those who remain unemployed may cost
us $4,000 or more per year in welfare support for themselves Our Junkyard Look As A NationMan

and their children, who will repeat the dreary, costly cycle.
"The costs, the bll&htedllves,toe discontent;violence, and ARIES CANCER CAPRICORN may be a little lower than toe angels, but he is also a
the threat of revolution, are needless. Schools can prepare little higher than animals and beasts.The beast in him has

young people to realize their potential. Each city In the country BORN MARCH BORN ,JUNE22iJ BORN SEPT. BOIl DEC: made this country the world's largest Junkyard; and when we
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succeeds every year with some of its students even the most JULY 2211 outline it, you can't help but agree.
depressed parts of the city. Why Is success not universal? Why 27th APRIL 1911 23rd OCT. 23rl' 22id JAN. 13th There is an old saying that some wives "can throw out of
is the failure rate so high? t the backdoor more than a hardworking husband can throw In
"The reasons are attitude, program and money. toe front door with a shovel" Well, America makes Itself
"At the very heart of our problem Is a national attitude that 1st-8th: It'. for good.Anyone 1st-8th: Hopes are ,blocked. lst-8th: Gain the edge. In, lst-8to: ITS heady stuff. If snot look like a large junkyard.

says vocational education is designed for somebody else's who considers matrimony Whatever your desires maybe dealings between two people, everybody who can take Seven million automobiles are tossed out each year, and that
children. This attitude Is shared by businessmen, labor temporary state of affairs, regarding the future,it may be it generally is the person who' success, high positions,or enlarged descriptively In two years there are enough Junk

leaders, administrators, teachers, parents, students. We are, ,from which either can pull costly to satiny them.'People is using logic who masters, responsibilities without cars to means to bumper across the entire country
out at one's pleasure,had bet: who bellve that they have the other who responds sole getting puffed up. Caprl-:
all guilty. We have promoted the idea that the only good education from Los Angeles to New York. '
Is an education capped by four years of college. This ter think twice before plunging sometbJnc.comJne from you ly to toe urgings of the heart. cornians are among the best Think of itl We throw away 20 million tons of paper, 48
Idea, transmitted by our values, our aspirations and our silentsupport into It in the first place. It is are not likely to budge an Inch This Is a wonderful thing to qualified, to remain level billion cans, 26 million bottles and Jars, 4 million tons of
a binding relationship, or it until you meet their price. remember this month for headed,' for very plausible
is snobbish, undemocratic, and a revelation of why plastic and 100 million old tires.
schools fall so many students. should be. Besides, while It This Is particularly true of this may save you from getting reasons. They usually reach' The alarming thing about all of this is that the figures keep''
"The attitude Infects the Federal government, which invests is comparatively simple toUt Cancerians who want to run situations where you the top, when they do, some growing year by year, because our Industries keep turning
the knot, it can be complicated their own lives, to love whom would do all the losing and what later It life at toe age
$14'in the Nation's universities for every $1 it Invests In toeNation's out enormous amounts of waste products. So now,' we must
expensive, and a long they please, and to be free of suffering while someone else when wisdom Is more apt to discover
vocational education programs. It Infects State govern- ways of using the Junk our factories are making us
ments, which Invest far more in universities and colleges than drawn-out process to go any restraining ties. Something ; is pocketing the benefits,mo- have to struggle harder than throw away '

they do for support of skill training for those whose Initial through the formalities of a especially fortunate may, netary of otherwise.220l466497q. the average for limited gains Here is how,Japan meets the problem The state compresses
have to do with the home
for the world of work school ,severance Job that appear: Insufferably slow the especially'
preparation precedes high gradua- and family. garbage, ) metals and glass, into huge blocks to
tion. It Infects school districts, which concentrate on college in cominr. ,be used for construction. '1'

preparatory and general programs in reckless disregard of the : : ) There Is no one answer to the problem,and there Is a limited
fact that for 60 per cent of our young people high school is still ,4-10-16-66-78-323 .6-60-18-87-434' i," ..id.5-50-17-53-98-111, amount of space for garbage. If we keep up this rate, the nation
the only transition to the world of work. It Infects students, ,'I tt, u will be flooded with filth and waste from coast to coast within

who make Inappropriate choices because' they are victims of \ ,; the next twenty years.
the national yearning for educational prestige. TAURUS LEO SCORPIO. -,; AQIARIBS There must be a practical solution to tills problem.
"'Ibe attitude must change. The number of Jobs which the .
BORN BORN
APRIL JOLT
unskilled can fill is declining rapidly..-The number requiring BORN OCT. BORN JAN. MichigaN His, Negro

a liberal arts college edjuUon! while growing, is increasing 20th MAT :23ED AUG. 22ti 2411 '! NOV. 22ii 20th
far less rapidly than the number demanding a technical skill. 20th FEB. 11th
In the 1080-s it will still be true that fewer than 20 per cent University PresidentFor

of our Job opportunities will require a four-year college degree lst-8th: Evaluate toe signs. 1st-8th: Turn tall If is no Ist-8th:.' Forget toe put: 1st-8th: Shurg them off.Any- a long time, Negroes have been presidents of black colleges
In America child must be educated to his highest
every Coming events are casting a Scars of what In the
happened
reflection on a person'scourage who tries to discord across the nation. But two weeks shock whenIt
one bring ago we got a
potential and the height of the potential Is not measured by the
shadow for
big enough
anybody
at
tlmeSbecome
to avoid a showdown long ago can, was announced that black
In home professional'milieu a
or man a 43-year-old educator Dr.
color of toe collar. Plumbers and electricians make your
,carpenter)) to see. Those who can sense when it Is obvious that toe very painful all over again should be stopped before Clifford Warton, Jr:, has been elected the first black prelldentof
more than many scbol superintendents sa4college presidents; what is coming, even before opponent holds the preponder. is best to avoid the events or Michigan State
harm is University at East
any done., Intuition Lansing.
only the arrogant will slow themselvesO'jdl that one is more
there visible
are any signs, former enmities.
ance of strenght orpower.And renejr .Dr. Wharton will
wortoly than the other. %\i' may be giving you a set succeed John A.Hannah,who retired after 28
will be right there with the It has been proven that a brilliant Should you have the slightest MSU to take
of Instructions which would a foreign-aid post with the Nixon admlnl-
"We recommend that the Federal government Immediately appropriate offers and yearatsoatt
that such
'
inkling a possibility -
diplomat can win a greater -
be wise to follow for the next
exercise its leadership and allocate more of Its funds to cure
answers to clear away any victory In a single moment exists, find any good e x-
five weeks or so (1st), You Although some bitter feuding happened among the MSU trus
of national
our country our of snobbery.
sin Intellectual confusion that exist in toe
may to be out of town
than a could after .cuse or any tees
mighty Wharton was
: i army ,will have' to learn to curb elected by a vote of 5 to 3. His appointment
,minds of close collaborators. long' and costly struggles. where but at the place you will become effective
your tongue and to remain on January toe second.'
Is FAMU Heref ft: :Stay Consider exactly what you maybe ,would avoid (1st). coolheaded under all conditions We will see In time more Negroes elected presidents of

,Vf- .:.'.:,, 1-4o-l -9g.23-1l4 up against and decide to from toe moment Mars formerly all-white state universities This fact gives us hope
Within the last four years, webaveheardconsiderable rumors cope with It with strategy and ,3-30-14-88-34-516 enters your sign (4th! ). that the nation may elect its first black president sooner than.
't
,about the phasing out of Florida A1M University. One of the the potency of your thinking: we think.

J flimsiest of arguments,"Uisnsressarytoavold. duplication\ GEMINI I 7-70-19.33-68-876
ti: and save the taxpayers money.". >.V, BORN 'MAT $AGITTARIBS'f
;Tbe argument is deflated when one asks, "Why wasn't there 3.20.15.77.66.222'III' ,SNORING: Nesel l
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: duplication under the laws of segregation?", Why should off 21st JUNE 21stIsMth 'BORN NOV.. PISCESISBN Plastic ,Me.

ficials' become concerned about saving money at this late date? BEC. 21st '
;; However, the best and most sensible arguments for toe continuance 23rd FEB. '
:' of FAMU as an Independent institution of higher learning : It's derrlng-do. Be UN 18.2Jr. 19th' NIL 21th One or me medical causes of snoring is a collapsed nasal'
afraid of something, and sure: aloe the flexible
appeared in the St. Peter burg,times--October 16, 1l6r 1st-8th: Be mysterious. Romance cartilaginous entrance to the nasal passages.
: Issue. The Arguments were: enough you maybehelpingittohappen. SEPT. nit The aloe tend to be lucked In upon inspiration thus blocking
,
Be daring and self- ,, thrives when a person lIt a 1 Start here the entrance '
-
r" 1. FAMU Is no longer seeregaleda'so. there is no need to : some ( 01 air Into the nose. .
t is surrounded by an aura of
!.h.t, abolish it.; assured and obstacles before lst-8th: There's a reason. :some Pisceans who may have About one or two years: ago, a doctor In BrOoklyn'NewYor\
,
2. Merger of FAMU and Flu would'wort n a hardship on toe you Just melt away. Even if When the heart and the mind ,,. mystery It excites: the curl.JT grown tired with theold neighborhood patented what he calls plastic nasal tubes. When inserted into
and makes
1 this does not work one hundred agree on a belief or a course :; oiity( people try the sane faces, and the anterior entrance of
and
t students accomplish no useful purpose: free
be per cent, it Is a good policy to of action, there Is little else' | and.discover just what lies the general humdrum of work- breathing and thus &SZ1"-
( ;J. merger'would harmful sloqevtti two schools have
'' follow through life, for it will +:f behind it ((1st). In any event, \day activities be It Ia said that
i '. :different admissions policies., ?'VV4. to do but to go right ahead and certain may !these tubes are easy to place in the entrance
have future
objectives
1: "' .' Different tuition and fees rat*,would nuke- the merger .see you through many a tightspot.SomeUmeIU'1 follow their promptings.;But,','*1 t:t if'you that should remain- dreaming, somewhat ,bile to the nose, cause 110 pam or irritation, and mate tree breath-
of
;
j" better to making a change log
'* whether or nut the nature fit comfortable. Almost without
;IrayrafH-ft' "r. ;: exception the with
i secret do not confide patients
to abandon Institution accumulate substantial holdings should be divulged a a dark this may bold advantages in nasal condition have Com back
,.. TW, Is so time an 82-year-old and moot And that to their doctors reporting
f+ since Ind'to use them as a question. It the better tin anybody.' means crtaia respects, this does mat they aunt snore any .' -
.... ft with another all existing schools are badly appears more.
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lever to status and without exception; DIlloN track an Whe ,
0 acquire decision to say nothing and ct tllI.t <: :ever doctors are' entJlla1uUca11i the
........ ,' aroused in licking:
-L -- h\ the respect it commands await further developments to problem ot enuring It will be slaved within a reasonable u."
; We Devi hard from lilt : only words .arrive at a conclusion.880lM4.t8.789. 'I phi y need more doctors heipfig'stsorers and their '
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'. Michigan State University May Top Number In Major Schools In -U.S. : Ii



Two Blacks Receive Alumni. ,.TV'S Top Television Family Bethune Cookman Students '

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Distinguished Scholarships :.ll Practicing Over Florida 1:1:'.i

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lAST LANSING Mich- Michigan State University may enroll : Thirty-eight Bethune-Cook- Elem.I Maitland, Joe V, 'r'f'
the largest number of black undergraduate ste*>nta attending man College students art Choice, Orlando, Wheatley El ,
any non.urban predominantly white university in the practicing In schools through em., Apopka; Marsha L. De- I ,
nation, reports Dr, Terrence Carey, HSU'S director of admissions out the state of Florida. The veaus, Winter Park, Hunger- I
,_ program already underway ford Elena, Maltland; TheresaL.
me oral number of black soon are selective, and art 'I will continue through December Dunn, Orlando, Webster
,students attending MSU based on the best Judgementthat 9 i l rt 19, according to Dr, Avenue, Orlando; Ruth A.Kel *
classes on the East Lans experienced admissions i Evelyn W. Sharpe, Professorof ley, Leesburg, Webster lem.
ing campus rose more than officers can make of an ap: Education and Director of Orlando; Evelyn G. Jackson,
51 percent from last falL plicant's chances for success Campus Motive Program. Cle' 1ston, Wheatley Elem.,
he said. The 1969 figure amid the academic competion The student teachers are Apopka; ,Sandra L. Johnson,
of 1,523 is up from 1,007 that characterizes the university I Betty J. Payne, Cocoa, Fla., Apalachlcoal, Meado bfoolc
last fall and 690 in 1967. today. h ClearUand Jr. High, Cocoa; Jr, High, Orlando, D'ARcy
An estimated 200 are graduate "It is no favor to admit a student -. Blondell W. Browning, Day- Sermon, Palatka, Webster
students and an additional t whose chances for suc- ,tona Beach, Charles R. Drew Avenue, Orlando; Mary Ann
192 now attend off- cess at Michigan State are Elem. School, Miami; Rosemary Wilson, Orlando, Webster
campus credit courses and virtually nil, when that same Butler, Miami, CharlesR. Avenue .Elem, Orlando; La-
adult non-credit Evening youngster could have at leasta 4J'i, F Y Drew Elem., Miami; Bio- Vonne Dame, Daytona Beach,
College courses fighting chance: to pass his : neva Gallagher, West Hollywood Palmvew| Elem., West ,Palm
The number ,of first-time courses in a less competitive ,e Charles R. Drew Elem., Beach; Mamie L. Westmore
black freshmen enrolling at academic setting,"the admissions : rp' Miami; Mary J. McNair St. land, Lacooche, Palmvlew El
State this fall went up more director explained. t 4I 2 2t Augustine, Charles R. Drew, em., West Palm Beach; SadieW.
than 20 percent to 431, ,or There already are variations Miami; Shirley Oden, Stuart, Blrt, Lakeland, John Cox
6.1/2 percent of the freshmen in the way the university selects Charles R. Drew, Miami; Elem., Lakeland;Rosa L.Bennett
class. The figure a its students. Becauseof Roslyn D. Sorrells, Daytona Trilby, Bonner Elem.
year ago was 357, or 5 percent the extra competition fora Beach, Charles R. Drew, Miami Daytona Beach.
of the class, and in limited number of places in ; Tonny A. Ford, Pensa- Gertrude Davis, Ft. Pierce,
1967, there were 157 black any freshman class,nonresident IrrN' cola, Mt. Herman Elem. Jacksonville Turle T.SmallDaytona Beach
freshmen, or only 2.3 per freshmen are held to an ; Phyllis Johnson, Beverly A. DeBarros, Norwich
cent of the class. figures admissions threshold that is Jacksonville, Mt. Herman El Conn., South Ridgewood
are in relation to much higher than that expected em., Jacksonville; Jo Ann Elem., Daytona- Beach; Mortieceile -,
the number of black high of Michigan residents. Harris Laurel, Fla., Hillsborough Edwards, St. Augus-
school graduates, who Veterans separated from the High School, Tampa; tine, Turle T. Small Elem.,
make up only 6 percent of U.S.. services recel/e special Mary Washington, Tampa, Daytona Beach; Booker Flowers
the graduating classes in attention if thev are Michigan Klngswood Elem., Brandon, Chicago, DL, Mainland
Michigan. residents. Regardlessof Fla.; Birdie E. Williams., Senior, Daytona Beach; LottieE.
According to the latest avail-, how long ago be attended Tampa, Seffner Elem. James, Daytona Beach,
able figures,only two predominantly high school, any veteran Pansy L, Alexander,'Eustis Bonner Elem., Daytona Beach
white universities I, I n whose academic record does Roseborough Elem., Mount Celestine Peagler, Pensacola,
the United States enroll not him automatic .. ,....eauv e aa auwoaeaa t.roc'raw. "' Dora Fannie Cler- Tune Small i
more provide The Leslie UggamsTV Sunday nigtit; tntnuea to growth Brown, brother Miss Uggams displays an expertise the area ; Ayers, ", T. Elem., Daytona j
undergraduate black students admission is given the additional A. this is of mont, Mlnneola Elem., Mln- Beach; David S. Watson, :
popularity. good dealxf. attributable to the talents of acting, has a beautiful voice and a winning smile Her show '
than MSU- 1,123.: They are opportunity to qualify neola; Juanita M. Smalley, Daytona Beach, Mainland Sr"J
the others shown.witgfnss! ) Uggams in the picture above The brings In outstanding performers and is thoroughly integrated.
Temple in Philadelphia and through a battery of admissions Leesburg, Milner-Rosenwald Daytona Beach and Marilee
,
Uggams show premiered CBS 28 Miss ;
on Sunday night, September Uggam's history as stage star goes back down the years.
Wayne State, in Detroit.. tests. His results are and is viewed by millions over the country. This is the first This is the first and only major TV show for a black. It follows Academy, Mt. Dora; Margaret Zakrzewski, South Daytona, 'I I
both in metropolitan centers explained to him, and his probable black family of network television. From left they are Lillian the Ed Sullivan show The show of Sunday night eclipsed the Woods, Anthony, Anthony Elena Tomoka Elem.,Ormond Beach.
Included in this fall's freshmen chances for making Heymam, mother, Allyson Mills, sister and in the back Johnny preceding offerings-United Press Photo. ; Anthony; Margestlne X
are some of Fie bright passing grades are reported, Burke, Orlando, Hungerford '
est young black scholars in and then usually it is the veteran Pe eeologySeminar
the nation. Two of the 10 himself who makes the
prestigious MSU Alumni DIstinguished de islon. St. Stephen A Job Well New Block Woman's Mag

Scholarships were Carey said, "A man who has '
won by black students, and completed two years or more A.M.ERaises --_. Done'i Into Third Publishing At B-CC,
17 of the nation's 300 black service and who wants to try
National Achievement Scho- State even though his grades
lars attend State. The latter and test scores say he doesn't $17,500 DuringAnniversary I NEW YORK-D.Parke: Gibson ganlzaion with offices In New Draws ManyA
number is second in the nation have much chance to succeed, t Associates, Inc, a New York- York, will create and place
only to Harvard. normally will be admitted if headquartered national consulting the advertisements
"But for every one of these he really wants to take the i3 N y T firm, has been named New Lady was recently e-
top scholarship winners who risk." The recent anniversary celebration 4 1' public relations counsel, for lected to membership In Magazine special seminar for Peace-
earned a straight-A or nearly Likewise the experimental of the historic St. New Lady Magazine, h e ad- Publishers Association ology which began October 7
a stralght-A record inhlgh admission of a limited number Stephen A.M.E. Church, Fifth quartered in Hayward, Calif. the industry association and scheduled to continue
school," Carey said,"we have, blackfreshn\en. the university and Davis, pastored by Rev ; New Lady, first published ofleading publishers?" of over through November 25 has attracted
gambled on admitting four or last year provided both R.V. Webster, successor to in September of this year,has 400 maglalnes. nearly participants,
five other black freshmen financial aid and admission the late Rev J.H. Johnson, achieved an 80-clty distributions New Lady will be a training The program Is being held to
whose grades are not that after the normal deadlines was a success not only spiritually MI ..11v schedule and is gearedto ground for young black writ support credited Peaceology ,
good and whose academic record -' waived ,the high scheof. : and culturally but also the Interests of black women courses now offered at Be-
reflect the, disadvantages ,'.course jequirfments\ !' taspme!! ,l., f \ cially, I.f ; ; sf R!, through its fiction,features thune-Cookman! : ) ,' College) *: foij,
with which .they !have .cases,, andlor, some iMiVi&vuals :fee well planned general and, articles format. ers.WEDDING ,it 'needs'communttyunderr: ,,..e> ...
been faced. went below,the.usual agenda of activity of the church /:. Gibson is the author of the standing and assistance. The,; t
The Equal Opportunity Pro- thresholds when there was was climaxed by a total final book The $30 Billion Negro, goals ,are to develop a De ,
gram in the Center for Urban other evidence indication a report of $17,500 raised Miss Barbara Williams, head librarian' at S.C. Saate College a time which describes black partment of Peaceology and
Affair* has agreed to be re chance of success.. through the diligent efforts of accepting a copy of the first yearbook, THE WILKINSONIAN, purchasing power and t h e participation for peace, according ,
sponsible for the academic "None of these special admissions many dedicated workers, inclusive presented by Thomas J. Wilson, outgoing president of the manner in which consumersare to Mrs. Dan Warren,
tutoring of these students approaches will of organization heads. Orangeburg Alumni Chapter motivated to buy pr o- BELLSKenneth Program Coordinator
whose admission representsan help a student unless he Is The week of Sept. 19 to Sept. ducts and services Special Peaceology Citations
experiment to see how will willing to pay the price all 26 represents perhaps the W. Warner Beckett, publisher will be awarded during the
this extra tutoring supportcan students must pay in acqulringkiuwlxJge I 1, most eventful the history of Albany State Rams Battle of the magazlneannounced "Peace Through Human
succeed. ," Carey pointed the organization recently personnel appointments H. Luke, 3926 Peach Rights" program on Decem,
Most of the black freshmen out. "Doing a good Job Judge George W, Crockett, advertising plans and Dr., 28 and Betty JeanGlea ber 7, 1969 sponsored by the
come from Michigan, wtrev' academically a t Michigan Jr., of the Criminal Courts of Edward Waters On Jan. 13 released information of Im- ton, 6929 ,Old Kings Rd., 28, Public Affairs Committee of
they were graduates of 79 i Slate, requires work and study Detroit, thrilled the huge ban .portance to the world of black the YWCA cooperating with:
different high schools in 38 and a great deal of both. quet audience which heard him ALBANY, Gat The powerful Rufus Williams 6-2. women. James Otis Johnson,2435 Old Bethune Cookman College
different. cities. :No special admissions treat at the Excelsior Dining room. Albany State College prospectus New Lady will be advertisedin Mlddleburg Rd., 22 and Rose Daytona Beach Junior College
AU Michigan resident fresh ment, ni amount of ertra tutoring Many dignitaries of the city for 1969 is indicativeof season could be a preview a number of Negrooriented Marie Anderson, 4512',,M o n- Embry Riddle Aeronautical
men attending MSU receive and nothing else the were present to offer felicitations the importance of the teamin of a cage dynasty for the newspapers beginning in crier Rd. w., 17, Institute; Florida Technological
all (the financial aid they can university can do will benefit sports history next ,three or four years as part of a continuing effort University; Stetson University
individually prove they need 1 a freshman who is unwilling On Sunday morning the Rev The Golden Rams won the Headed by the return of nine to attract attention to the new William Lee McKissickSal- ; University of Florida
in some combination of part- to pull his share of the R.V. Webster, Sr., spoke at Georgia Invitational Tourney of last year's squad, number'' women's service magazine. tlllo, Mississippi, 18 and Wilma GENESYS and many local
time Job, loan, federal grant, i load." St. Stephen. He is a presiding using six men throughout the ing among them the team's The San Francisco office of Jean Harper, 1631 E, 16th groups
student aid grant, or scholar Eugene Butler elder of the church. Mrs.R.V. three-day tourney, three of leading scorer((24.1))Clarence Geyer-Oswald, Inc, an o r- St., 19. .
ship. More than 100 of the Webster,wife of the presidingelder them first-year performers.With "Cowboy" Ellis, the running, I
black freshmen had no need, was an honored guest. a squad ,of eight fresh. gunning Rams' Ail-American
but the parents of 118 others Cancer Society' At 7 p.m. the Edwards Waters ,men and three vets, Rainey, candidate Bob Rainey has the
were not able to provide any College Choir was pe&gnted coach, guided the ,Rams to a nucleus of what .could be the Getournumber
help at all, and their students Holds ConfabThe in a thrilling concerUiAlvln sensational 23.5 season,going best team ever
received total expense a- Eugene Butler branch of Green is director to the finals in three tournaments With Howie Harlow (17.2))
wards. the Duval County Unit of the On Sunday communionwillbe winning one and losing teamed once again with Joe
Counting earnings from cam American Cancer Society administered. Sunday School another in one of the season's Reddick, his backcourtmateat
pus Jobs and loans that must held a special, meeting Oct. will begin at 9:30: with Dr, A. most controversial calls Corcoran High in Syracuse, ,
be repaid alter graduation,the 29, at 8 p.m. at the St. Paul C. Madry, superintendent,and Individually, Wilbert Jones' Rainey has possibly as stronga '' i a'ls' rN" Si ,A4.$;u ab
average award was about A.M.E. Church, Myrtle and staff in charge Parents are selection as a United Press duo at guard as anywherein
$1,500, and the total aid 13th, in the main dlningroom. urged to send their children. International All -'Americanand collegiate circles,Reddick, ,
granted 32$ black freshmenwas Awards were made. Officers The morning service begins his being named the State'of from 25 feet out, is as stronga
was about $490,000. were elected. James L. Williams at 10:45. Communion will be Georgia's most outstanding shooter as you'll find. He
the university's admis-. Is chairman. administered by the pastor and collegiate of an eager, major Just does not miss I Now eligible
by assistants Rev. Gaines and and small college was supposed after a year "on the I
Rev Haltack. Stewards,Stewardess to be a "rebuilding boards" as a result of com
Board No. .i, me, year" pliance with the transfer rule, 0 3s ?
Your professional beautician F ;YrJal E
United Choirs and Usher Returning lettermen'W&U the 5-11 Reddick has the i
knows the answer. ., Board No. 1 will serve Rev.;. Clarence Ellis,, 6-4, Howie greatness tab written allover "
Webster rill preach. Harlow, 5.11, Kennie Lewis, him.. .
Mrs. Inet Scarborough is 6-3, Marlon Harden3 and Add the name of fourth Arkansas
supervisor of the A. C. E. Ernest Taylor, 5-11. Non- Jones Boy Caldwell,
League, and asks all parentsto lettermen ret rnine' were to play for ASC, and "Kan
send their children. Con Bobby Aaron, 5-11, Ernest garoo" Kennie Lewis to the
secration Is observed 7 p.m. Ring, 6-3, Gene Bynum, 6-2, above named trio and you
On Monday night the Official Willie Mitchell, 65. have an awesome quintet. 2?
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Why does some hair Board meets at 7:30.: Class Promising newcomers are, Jones, 6-11, sifted through'
meeting is Tuesday at 7:30. Joe Reddlck, 5-11, Cladwell: some 50 college scholarshipsto
break off when" The United\Choir rehearsalis Jones, 6-11,Benjamin Wright, follow in the steps of Oliver.
combing? Tuesday night at 7:30. The &-7, Alexander Bullock, S-ll, Malvln and,Wllbert and play 91 ;ySg rs. % e4i
male cborus rehearses Leroy Williams; 5-10 and for ,Rainey at Albany State
Wednesday at 7:30 and the
Your hair Is precious and delicate..and none of'us like to see young idult choir at 4:30 ,A Grand Evening In Store
It break off for any reason. Scientists tell us that excessive use Saturday. :
of hot combs and over-processing of hair with chemicals often The entire anniversary was x ;
are major causes of brittleness resulting In hair breakage. But dedicated to the memory of
hair that Is naturally curly and tangles easily frequently breaks the late Rev JJS. ,Johnson, 4 L.
off in everyday combing. Notice how irritated your scalp becomes for many years pastor of the, ayf ;; S I AS

when you comb In contrast to the way your beautician does? church.. S KSK -1 t4' (
Your professional beautician knows that curly hair mats and IM. "a1M1 J Ji
tangles so easily that it should be softened before combing. Course for Aspiring t l JI I
Otherwise, unnecessary Irritationto, the scalp and damage to Wine ExpertsInle're..Ic r4'r4'F
the shaft and ends of the hair occurs.: To achieve this needed .
softening and a temporary relaxing effect thai prevents breakage in "HOC) Inning. il
on all human hair (including wigs), most beauticians: relyon wine rXHTl'| 1 f e
Clairol Hair-So-New" spray-on creme rinso. For combing I licit I l.ilc I I 11.', Wine. Sludy
ease and f for beautifying your hair In many'other ways; trained (:Clur'oC' ,ivnlille. from I lie VYinc
t beauticians stock a complete family of f fine Clairol products for Advisory ''h.d.. l 717 MirkclSI.
I. SolO I Irdnd'IC (> tier $1,
your Visit specific your expert needs hairdresser, who. cares about your hair.care After studying and pawing Harry'' Belafonte and Julie Andrews, above, will be featured .
and your comfort. Whatever the nature of your hair problems, a short examination yen/ will Sunday, Nov. p, from 9-10 p.m. NYT, In an NBC special "An'
be! awardedan attractive wallet-' Evening with:Julie, Andrews and Harry Belafonte."' tower mirnoeaves
only your professional 1 ,beautician)knows the,answer, for, sure, you breathles
size wine diploma and a larger, Champion does. the staging. and Michel Leprand; j, responsible J
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I Opportunities Industrialization Center Seeks Aid Of Jacksonville Churches I




Director Joseph Gibson Sees Ordained To KingcTon Service Icthany Baptist Association B

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churches will be the first target as recruiters ofr the 0.I.C.launch y'i ( B.H. Hartley was returned tlon and Rev W.M. Hill,moderator -

: their stepped up campaign to Increase enrollment In to his third term as emeritus of the association

the Job training program. Area ministers began receiving letters moderator of the East Flor- were active. Mrs. G.C.

last week about the campaign, accordlngto Joseph Gibson, ida and Bethany Baptist Association Vaught, vice president of the
erecutlve director. at the recent enthusiastic National Senior Women's Convention -

The letters outline the course tery and rug design. seventy-sixth annual was also present.
available at O.I.C. and seek Class ...s.Jonsare In operation session of the Association The Extra-Day Session will
'.* permission for recruiters 10 days and evenings and Interested t a n s sb si at St. Thomas Missionary be at the Mt. Sinai Missionary

'.-:. attenhemceuttherespect- persons are ,Invitedto : )1'or Baptist Church, of which Baptist Church, Rev B. J.
''.' in churches and explain the call or stop by the O.I.C. ,.: .._...; Rev W.C. Neal is pastor..Dr. Lane pastor, during Februaryof

:;:: program to the members o f offices at 625 Julia St. In : Jr i J.C. Sams, president of 1970. The association will
:.::= the congregation downtown Jacksonville or call rrry .:) ru the parent body, presided at convene with the First Missionary

::':' "We recognize the churches 354-7891.; y > the election.Rev C.B. Dalley Baptist Church of the
returned as vice moderator Eastslde during October.Mrs.
was
: : as a vital link of communication
y' in the Black community," Rev Mrs Mack Bishop M.H. Frailer, founder, organizer and president of the District I fII &* Mrs. tttf Lee irarretv second from the Rev G. T. McCall remains Albert Williams, public re
Gibson said International Love and Charity Spiritual, Temple, Inc- of America rights ordained to be EvaageUst ef District 1 of Georgia second vice moderatorand lations.

"We also count," he continued Thanks BackersThe held Impressive services Sunday, October 28, at the Mr. ,El1zabeth Griner, right. WU ordained to be Evangelist Rev. E.R. Simpson third
"all ministers as strong Emmett Reed Center, Sixth and Payne and ordained workers of District 1 of Georgia Not shows are missionary Gloria vice moderator. Baptist Women

allies in our efforts to improvethe for the Kingdom. At the left above is Mrs Barbara A. Rosier, Birt, ordained to be Elder of District 2 of Georgia, Donald W.G. Patterson reelected
following Is a letter to ordained to be Elder of District t of Miami Second from the Rice, ordained as Jnteriationa! Chorister recording Rev.
living conditions of low- and Robert Baylock secretary: Plan Aid For
from Rev. Mrs.
appreciation left Is
Mrs.
Margrette ordained
income families In the Jack- Roberts to be Evangelist pf ordained as IntenatioBal Masieiai. Theodore Lee financial sec-
'I W.L. Mack, a winner In the,
and R8Y. W.C. Mitchell .
sonvllle rotary
1 '1\.1, area. recent GJEO election: "I am Florida
Rev. R.L. Jones, a memberof nosing this method (sic) t.o corresponding secretary.Rev. t Memorial
the Center's Board of directors asrrMt sssska C.L. Culver was returned -
thank kind friends
and Pastor of Corinth my many \ nears to his office as treasurer, MIAldI:-Baptist from over

Baptist Church is spearhead- helped for the me very attain fine the way seat you on IJJiUllB1J arasa.esasssrar Rev. N.B. Williams statistical Florida will meet at the Florida -
and Rev. T.J. Dan- Memorial College in Miami
< inK the drive. r .r.aksea.u secretary
q, the board of GJEO. 1 think:
Ida remains as missionary.Rev. to observe the annual Donation -
In a letter sent to the churchjil It is nice to be a member of

'! I es by the Rev. Jones be told the board but why this letter is PEACE MISSIONARY BAPTET' speak; On Tuesday- night,-at 7:30 ...., prayer meeting'is held chairman. A.J.of Hughes the Mission remains Board as of the Day State of the Convention Baptist Women on-

(,\ the ministers that: "We of the because without your (sic)kind Regular services will be held Sunday, beginning with the Sun with the deacons In chugs' Choir No. 2 rehearses at 8:30 p.m. Rev G.A. Price as chairmanof November 18, at 10 a.m.This

'd' Clergy must begin to assume Interest (sic) I could not have day School at 9:30. Mrs D.B.. Barnes is superintendent. A t On Wednesday night at I p.m.Bible study will be held with Rev. the Education Board and is a special project for the
ri.; some of the responsibility for obtain ( sic) It at all. There 11 a.mponsecraUomervlces will be held for all choirs and ushers Oliver in charge On Thursday at 8p.m.. Choir No. 1 rehearses Neal as auditor. Baptist women. .
Rev. W.C.
=c. the physical as well as moral has all ways (sic) been my efforts In the basement by Rev D.B.Barnes,pastor. The proce.Iional On Saturday eveningS at 8pm. Choir No. 1 will rehearsesat Rev. H.T. Overstreet was All women of the Missionaryand

"w well-being of our parlshloners. that was the means of my begins at 11:45 with Mrs Dorotha Green at the Instru 6 p.m. On Nov. 8.,the church will celebrate. ; its anniversary. appointed assistant to the Educational Convention" ,
,
sucess but without you I could maid A 15-mlnute song service will be held by the choirs AU are invited. auxiliary to the General
Baptist
.,,,, "The celebrated leader Frod- not make the grade this time Rev. Barnes will speak at 11:45. Prayer for the sick will fol- .ffl.Q treasurer.The .auxiliaries Convention of FlorIda
or-
new were : ,
said a
crick Douglass nearly Now I am so greatful (sic) to Instrumnets will be EMANUEL BAPTIST'
that We low.' New dedicated. The christening o f .n.A ganized. The first is the Sen- Inc:., are urged to support
hundred years ago : know that you would put forth babies will highlight the morning service. Following the message on'Toe.da1 the teachers meeting ang the prayer meeting are Ior Women's Convention No.2' local area I chairman. Mrs.
must discover new for ways the old of as much afford (sic) to elect time will be given for the paying of tithes and for reportsand held. The pastor and officers will be charge. On Wednesday with Mrs. MarandaTennantas Susie Holley is president.
earning a living me. And to see how happy The introduction Choir No. 3 will rehearse at 7 On at
pledges of visitors will climax the mornIng p." thursday noon prayer president. The second the Florida Memorial college is
The lettersald. ,
.ones are dying fast. each of you were when I had service The service begins at 5:30. Rev. Barnes will speak service will be held Usher Board)lpalwlll meet at 8 p.m. Nurses Guild, has as leader located at 15800 N.W. 42nd

.Jones won. I shall all ways (sic)be on "Listen, Jesus Calling.." Prayer meeting Tuesdaynlght On Saturday all Junior departments ao toe church will meet at Mrs Susie D. Thompson. Avenue, Miami.Nathaniel.
"Nothing, Reverend greatful and use every efford at 7:30.: Bible study is on Wednesday. The choir rehearsal will 10:30..11I. Sunday School begins atMa.m. with Mrs. Mamie
continued, "could be more (sic) to work for your food.. be Friday at 8 p.m. The Joint meeting of districts will be Sunday Fields and Deacon George Smith la charge. The lesson will be Other leaders reseated were,
moor fast namely Mrs. M.L. Johnson
timely" developing This Is your program and you Nov. 2, In the home of Deacon and Mrs Viola Tate 1516 reviewed by an appointee. Consecration be at 10:50 a. m. : Jackson
with of the Senior
Jobs for president Wom
world. people can be sure 1 shall all ways Franklin, at 2:30. The public t4 Invited. The church is located} The morning worship begins at 11 .,., with the deacons 1 n
en's
out Istant.skills" are almost non-ex-. (sic) keep your interest (sic) at Jessie and Van Buren. Rev. D.B. Barnes Is pastor. charge. Preaching begins at coca The ..T.U. meets at II p.m. Barney Coventlon, president; Mrs of the Carolyn Junior

that In mind. Yours in Christ with Deacon James Phillips Sa eharge.1: The evening worship Holds
the Women
Mrs. AnniversaryNathaniel
The letters explained Mary K.
Signed: Rev. Mrs. W.L.Mack. MX SALEM BAPTET begins at 6:30 p.m. Rev. S.L. Badger l if pastor. The church ;
O.IC. program offers two distinct Heard, president of the Ushers
Holy communion will be administered 3 with the located at 2221 Forest .
P.m.
pastor
kinds of training, inaddltion Mrs. Union; G.H. Walker,president
to functioning as an employment Laura Massey associate ministers and deacons charge. The pastor wil.,deliver of the Laymen's Brotherhood
the TABERNACLE BAPTIST INSTITUTIONAL Jackson of the St.
major sermons durlngtheday. Sunday School will begin -
agency. Wins at 930. The School at 8.30. H. Solomon will be in and Miss Frances Lowery, Thomas Baptist Church will
The Feeder Program Is d e- Money Contest t : morning devotions begin at 11 a.m. Tuesday Sunday begins Mrs president of the Youth Department -
night will At 11 the will deliver the All observe his anniversary, along -
Pre Vocatlonal prayer meeting be held. On Wednesday Choir No. 1 charge. am. pastor message. .
signed a -
training as experience and trainees Mrs. Laura Massey, widowof rehearses On Saturday Choir No. 3 rehearses Gospel Singer adult choirs, ,the senior male chorus aid the .usher board No. Mrs Nancy Travis and other with the St. Thomas Gospel -
the late Rev James Massey Cecil Blair will be presented Ina recital Monday nightNov. 1 will serve Holy comnimU will be administered<< at 9 p.m. workers will Ensemble, on November 9.
basic education staff the
are given board
Instruction: in reading writ- Daytona Beach was 3, In the church auditorium.. Mrs. Althea Williams of Miami The pastor and deacons will be la charge The teachers will of counselors Few There will be a parade of
crowned National Sweetheartof will also meet at All choirs rehearse at 5:30 changes choirs them being the
"lig: and math. The Center sing. The program will begin at 8 p.n. The church Is Wednesday 6:45.: youth were made in the general among
also''conducts sessions In the fifty states for having located at 1281 West 22nd. p.m. Prayer meeting is held at 730.. Advtt classes are taught office setup of the auxiliaries. Mt. Bethel Baptist choir,
reported the highest amountof Tuesday and Thursday nights by Mrs. R. Solomon and Mrs. J. under the direction of Marvii
grooming and personality development Rev. B.J. Lane will serve as
money, 1600.00 at the Collins the Church oi
-* in an effort at develop SWEETFIELD BAPTIST Wynn, Instructors advisor to the newmlsslonarv B. ,
convention Mr'. Massey Services Sunday will begin with the Sunday School at 0:30.: Deacon Christ Written In Heaven, directed
'j i the trainee into the kind group 'J. L. Chatman will
r--.i$: of person that will be able to state chairman of literature, R. McKlnnon will be charge.. The morning service begins COLOSSIANS BAPTIST serve in the same capacity by Natanlel Huff, and
: after he a member of Mr. Zion Bap at 11:30 with Deacon Elijah Holmes and Deacon Hollis Jacksonin Sunday School begins at 8:30 a.m. with the superintendent.Shirley to the music Art Goodman and his choir s
guild.
tf keep a Job gets one. .
&:4 Specific ,--vocational'courses' tlst.', y charge of devotional. Choir No. 1 Choir No. 2 will serve..Rev, Hammond, and teaeben,'I* ehargaimTh lesson will. ube tto '"''available at'Ott "lnettde The 'Victorious Mrs.' Mas- G.A. Oliver pastor,wjty deliver the message Evening services reviewed by,the :.uper....... ,The morning worship most successful Progress vited.
Cashier ; key will be glten"analI$14tr 1 bdglnhi 8.30 wlthDeacon A.D.Grant and Deacoh Joseph Dennardla 'begins 'at' U: a.m. Commsntoh): Iced will begin at 3 p.nvhoi!>Wmadet 66e rf '" ''''; h.." "'rt..", .
trdnlnrsales weJd1ng area. Reports

i furniture refinishing,, uphols- >,p to the World Baptist Alliance charge of devotions. Choir No.and Choir No. 2 will serve The pastor, Rev R.J., Crawford will deliver the sermon. T increased the Contributions IN MEMORIAMEARL

f In July.of. 1970 :Communion will be administered. Rev Oliver, pastor will Choir, No. 1,' Choir No. 2 aw Usher Board No. I will serve to the standard causes.

during the day. Prayer service will begin Tuesday at 7:30. Two new responsibilities were
: ;
: ;
Rev Lane
I -.L A ?rm a t ; OBE ij ID JL AOO G : NEW REDEEM BAPTIST: emphasized and benevolence, Involved education in the

'" The anniversary of the pastor, Xevj E.I. Norman, and of the local community. .r I
Organizes Mf.. Sinai church, begins Monday fight Venom 'Ministers and their Sessions were well attended,
congregations will be presett each sigM. other services begin with many visitors sharing the I
-J with the Sunday School at 8.30 ....with the superintendent fellowship and
inspiration of
; ; : Dote, 44 fleet Board Of Educ.The ., and teachers in charge The Useeewill be reviewed by the meetings Among those In
the pastor, Rev E.I. Norman The Bsersing worship beginsat attendance were Mrs E. Rice
Education Board erf Mt. 11 a.m. with the deacons in charge of devotions. Choir of the Emanuel Progressive h
i. Sinai Baptist Church has been No. 2 and Usher Board No. 2 will serve during the day, with Association, Rev. C.A. Weaver

Wendell n. Helve* Jr.DUVAL recently organized by the pastor Mrs. Fannie Jackson la charge aria. District No. 2 will Rev. S.L. Badger, Rev.
Rev. B.J. Lane, with the meet at 2 p.m. The Horn Mints society will meet at 3:30: D. B. Barnes, Rev !. W.
following persons as membersMrs. p.m. The Deaconess Board will beet at 4:30 p.m.. The evenIng Toomer of Orlando
representing -
Frankle S. Whltfleld, worship begins at 6 p.m. Both sermons will be delivered the Foreign Mission Vr
r chairman, Miss Doretha Wll- by the pastor. On'Monday sight, Nov. 3, Choir No. 2 will Board for the Progressive

COUNTYSCHOOL cox, Mr. Willis E. Hughes, have a musical at the church. Tuesday night prayer meeting Baptists of Florida and Rev.
Jr, Leonard Wilcox, Mrs. 'will be held at 7:30, followed bj;,Bible study at 8 p. m. A. Williams of Orlando.

Roslyn B., Henry, Mrs. IA!-. The church is located at 1614 East 30th.' Mrs. Jessie Ward Rev. A.H. Parker of Marianj j

freda Richardson, Mrs Mary Is reporter.' na, president of the EducaUonJ J

Mosely, Mrs. Lottie Donalson al and Missionary Baptist ,
f ; BOARD Mrs. Florence R. mID, Mrs SECOND MISSIONARY BAPTET Convention of West Florida ,*
: Eva Rosier, Mrs. Delma Communion services'will be held at 6 ,... Dr. James Carl shared the services Sunday,
Swarn Durham, Mrs Ethel Sams, associate ministers and officials lUbe in charI'.Sun- afternoon. GRANGER
Pierce, and Mrs Rachel. day School willbegia.at at 9:30: am. The'pastor will review the Dr. Sams, 'president of the In loving memory of a dear
i DISTRICT 4 Donald members lesson. ',ConsecraUarites ofr the oeacoas, deaconesses,ushers National Baptist Convention husband and father, Deacon .

The Committee is preparing and choirs will be held at 10.45.a.m.: The morning worship America and president of General ''Earl Granger: Two years ago :
for Its Initial Florida Memo begins at 11 a.m. Weekly activities include the special program Progressive Baptist Convention you entered in that open gate

"t rial College Day, to be Observed for the anniversary. featuring. the vlsjlffcf:; many churches and was present for meet- at the end of the road,through
: ''l.A j Sunday November 16th pastors. lags Mrs.' H. B. Miller attended which each must go alone. We

:. "ASTRONG' VOICE FOR QUALITY EDUCATION, FOR ALL throughout the day atMt.Slnal MACEDONIA BAPTIST "' the Senior Women's- miss your love, your care and
I'
:
-. Church. Speaker for the morning The anniversary was successful; 'l'iPistor"' anniversary Convention, Mrs L.C. Johnson thoughtfulness. Your leaving

rTuesday, November 4 1969 hour of worship will be was an occasion of historical significance. Both events were Ushers, Isaiah Jones, us was a heartache that only
God
Mr. Baker can heal. There is a
S.W. Executive
Laymen's
Brotherhood
climaxed by Women's Day. Sunday services will begin with S.M.
'
of the Florida Memorial comfort in knowing that "The
Secretary the Sunday\ School at 8:30. with Discos lobs E. Singleton, Jr., Davis as president emeritusand "
t M Alumni Association of and his staff of teachers, in charge. The review will be given Mrs Dorothy Burroughs Florida make a way.
.. Wendell P. Ho .yies,.Jr. 110 C a te.6 : Miami, Florida. The evening ,by the pastor or an appointee. Consecration services will Senior, Women's Auxiliary.No. Lyndla A. Granger .(Widow)
hour of (Daughter
.. worship service will .2. )
,< begin at 10.49 a.m, with the pastor, deacons, deaconesses,
.uU feature an hour of Musical choirs, usher and members' participating. Music will be G.W, Scott, president of the Earle, LaMont Nathan and
Spirituals and ; Walter (sons)/
Classics ,
.by State Sunday School
Choirs with conven-'
given by No. 1 and 3 Mrs Battle Bess and Wallace -
Curriculum relevant of
1. to tot ''eeds' the Community. Mrs. Roslyn Burrough Henryat
MiDI at the Instrumests. Friendly Usher Boards No.1
2. Responsible Involvement t{r students at policy and program making .levels. 615. and 2 will serve.. The communion service will begin at.4:45:

=r ,3.' Recognizing the value end)Importance of teachers to school end community. A special to (he Invitation is extended -, p.m. Both major sermon will be delivered by Rev Wilbur THE' LADY YOU HAVE BEEN

: 1: Upgrading and modernizing maintenance services. Florida Memorial Alumni of the Burgess, pastor Holy communion will be administered at READING ABOUT ANDHEARING Z '

i Federal t Education view' toward" equity College and' the close of the service,' The pastor will be assisted by other ABOUT ON RADIO
,. Careful scrutiny of all Aid,to program with the entire citizenry of Jacksonville !
ministers and 1Ieac_, Oa Twsoay night, at 7:45, the
J and full,utilization oxampfot free Luncri Program. i weekly prayer ranting aid Bttdestiey will be conducted by I

I 6. Carefully determining clear priorities 'In.,hew school construction. the pastor and the deacon Oa Wednesday night at 8 p. m. MADAMMARY
choir No. 1 and No. 3 will meet for their regular rehearsal.On .
7. Expended end meaningful( of. adult education ,
::
programs ,
1 MM IF ZlliAC Friday night, at 3 11...., Choir No. 2 and Choir No. 4 will
$. Improved end enlarged relationships, between school) l ,end .communltY. ., rehearse. The church is located at 3333 Franklin II r 10

9. accreditation. of ell schools}In Duval County.; .*"' Tg: Bessie Merchant is secretary.and.reporter. i\

10. Continued end accelerated study of, new methods for financing of public education. .
FRIENDSHIP PRIMITIVE
11. Increased emphasis on the three R'*. .:, BAPTISTSunday .
School begins 9.45. Kr .Liuter Smith and teachers '
,. VI Will read entire life without
f will be la charge. Tbemonlagservteebeglas at 11:30 with your asking any questions,
a.m.
gives advice all
on affairs of life
devotions led by Deacon Joseph McPhersoaandDeaconCharles such as Love, Court-

i YII Ca (i.ct ffibicll P. Islesi.i ; \ Smith. A covenant meeting will be hell.At 4 p.m. communion- ship,Who Marriage and When, Law Suits and Business Speculation. Tells
will
you
'' ; ,. t........ services will be held Rev H. Robinson, pastor, will speak. the Separated you marry. She never falls to unite

'1' If 'in tin i li III filliwiii :friclictj, j1':; ; '., t[ .1'' \ 'Prayer' meeting. Is Tuesday night.at 7 p.n! Enemies, cause and Bad Speedy Luck and of all Happy kinds Marriages' overcomes -
[ i TELLS YOUR LUCKY DAYS '
Lmbtrt AND NUMBERS
"
I THE NAME,
EvttiiNsts
:'( t n' PRBClNCTS: ,.., k,* I"-':' ',. .,; IS \ r. ..' Or' .THE LORD She Don't does be what discouraged others claim if others to have visit to help you..

; Council District No. 7; 5-A, 5.D,3.!, 5-F, 5.)1.'Sty 6.At 74". 7-C, 7-D,!7-2., ,,1-P, 7-0t ; S i<{ I. CllCtff' you this gifted Spiritualist Medium do. One will convince
Msnt1'peopte the is;
to
". M-Council. District" No..8: 2-A,1-S,.2-C. 4, 2-D' ,. 2-1, 24,. 3'",.MJC, "3-D-F, ",, ''-"0K.> ... : | ..... *" s'the Lord very lightly u" They name era of reader you have ever visited or consulted.superior Madam Man any

:' ) t 0\ i it "'the Lambert Evesge1IMt6'qulck to exclaim. "My Godl" or is God-gifted, don't. let a few miles stand In your way to
,: : 1 \ i ii sour the to see the of a .happier.We Look For the Tu
( : ; j atJ presents Fimtm name the Lord Jesus Hand SIp Front oilier
t L .w A Pendant
... ,. : i" ,. i om'old I Ii .'AMello Gospel Singers 0 I Christ. vein: uOae. PRIVATg'AND CONFIDENTIAL WINGS
.
.,.,.t '. '; "'" f (Composed;' of Council District 7, Mr.' Oscar.Taylor, Councilman. i chain. Send month and day I 'IPadelphla. and Rev.J; .lluf *. should .11 understand that EVERYONE: II WELCOME DAILy..
:?' "'" 1""' .*,6).)., ,, of birth for your individual Ct Cheeks and theSensaUooal tl'lt' Bible declares that "God will ,

: : .: [Vj}" ; v W. ,and District I ':!,. ''Mrs, ....Sallye Marhls, CouncilwoMan! t[ ZODIAC'to U.M-. -80X1007.1; :Tax included fi I.homes 0 it. PAm. in WoocltdM not hold/tiN him In guiltless v'n"' (that E*, tlkethI. 20:7), 21, asgl't., .1.1 .NINay..Msrt i ; J. ,1'.1; '
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Black MinistersPreachers Back Black-Owned Market Sales Gross X1,000,000 ''I'{




Unoriented Apostles In Sunrise Gospel Singers Grant Memorial Bearer


In Retailing At Beginning ConvocationNov. Women Set

1' I

ST, LOUB--A black-owned and operated supermarket, I inspired 1 To 9 M1 9! Finance RecordThe
by a group of black ministers, has declared a profit
five months after its opening and four to seven months aheadOf Women of Grant Memorial
schedule. All plans have been com and Community are
.
Central City Foods, locatedIn working team. The ministers pleted for the eighteenth highly appreciative for more

the heart of downtown St,. have done a treat Job annual convocation of the ,.... b than $6000 dollars during the
Louis Is Apostolic Church of God Annual Women's Day Observe
serving over 10,000 In projecting Central City Y
'
In Christ the Commandment '" ,
customers *' :; ance.
per week and is Foods through the pulpits.
averaging $50,000 a week in Prices at the store are extremely Keepers, Bishop M. C. H.. ." / ,,, 1 Mrs Annie M.McIntosh,general
gross sales. In the first five competitive, a survey Cooper founder and bishop, '".. '\ '"{"" "' >.. ". ; "'" chairman, led with $557
months of operations, the of other supermarkets at the headquarters at 2032 J- .... ." ,""'' W" along with her Court of Roses

store has done well over revealed. And, Central City Realist Road, 'from Nov. 1 .,.' _" 1.\, ; 'I,," '" reporting$1749.34 plus. Mrs.
to 9.Bishop 1 .
Nov. Either Milton co-chairman,
$1,000,000 In sales. A-
gross does city-wide business. I :
According to James E; bout 15 percent of the store' Cooper will serveas was second with $496, her

Hurt, Jr., Chairman of the business Is white. entertaining pastor) Mrs.. court of Gardenias reporting

Board of Central City Foods, Hurt added, "People come Cooper will seve as general $1435.65.
"The remarkable and the secretary In the area of Special Work .
growth of city
from many areas will Mrs. Marguerite Harmon, above
This annual convocation
Elnora led
Mrs.
ers Hemby
early success of Central City with "
and county to shop us. was a Gospel Bearer at
draw from many states.Dele- $110. Mrs. Sarah
by reporting
Foods are due to an effective Plans are to build a secong the ceremonies of the International .
and members of the
gates Stebbins ms the leader in the
partnership between a store next year. Overall Love and
Charity Spirit
spiritual hierarchy will be area of the Souvenir Program
group of 35 black ministers call for the construction ual
plans Temple, inc., of America
present and will speak. Many than
reporting more $250.
and black businessmen in St.. of four black-owned and operated when, on October 26, at the
prominent out-of-town women Services at Grant Memorial
'
In the
Louis supermarkets Emmett Reed Center
Bishop
will be
present. will begin with the Sunday
Hurt is considered the leadIng
St.. Louis
area. M.H. Frazier invoked divine
This convocation will fea
black businessman in St.. "Never in the history of St. Importance r Church School under the direction authority upon elders and
ture of
highlights of Rose
Bro. A.V.
Louts He is past presidentof Louis have so many Negroes workers
to the religious world On ,
with his
uperlntendant along
the St. Louis Board of Education Invested their money and
Saturday, November 1, Elder officers and teachers.Dr. .
is Chairman of the "
for ,
; come together purpose WORKING OFF HUNGER
James Coleman, a dynamic J.C. Williams P.E. of
the -
Board of Vanguard- Hurt said. There are pre
.Redevelopment stockholders in speaker, will deliver an A soul-stirring revival will be conducted for five nights begllnlng with Monday, November the Lakeland District and Catholic Relief Serviceshas
Corporationand sently 2,000 aWress at 11:45..m. Saturday of the Master 5637 Vernon Road. Each service will begin at 7.00
Church
the Vanguard Bond and Central City Foods. 3, at the A.M.E. : leader of the Orlando Conference developed the "Food forWork"
Mortgage Company President "What we're trying to tell our 'to observed as the The message will be delivered by Rev Mr. Reed, dynamic speaker The Sunrise Singers, will be the guest concept whereby

Vanguard Furnitureand ; people Is: We're living in a n Sabbath by the convocation.On above, famous radio and recording artists, will appear each, night, Rev Solomon C. Water speaker at the 10:45: a.m. ,wages are paid to laborer in

a director, Gateway Na. enconomy where we're work Sunday at 3:30: p.m. his ford is pastor. All are invited worship. period food rations Last year,needy,
.Bishop H.
eminence, M. C.
Holy Communion will be observed -
tional Bank. ing through corporate struc persons helped in this way
Cooper will organize com
'
The idea for a blackowned ture. You can't be a successIn 'I during both services tolled 2.669,570
mittees. At' Evangelist
p.m.
supermarket generatedfrom the market today as an In A.M. Pearson, Minister Second Missionary Baptist

meetings weekly at the minlst offices e r of s' dividual.nize, pool your You have resources to orga and R.. Simpson Copper will and present MissionaryD. a :'YOU DON'T HlVE. TO '.60 10 TON TO GET

Hurt's Employees Loan Co. work together. That's the '

"The thrust of the ministers story of Central City Foods," program.Monday at ll'acuf/a prayer Congregation Celebrates : \

was amazing in raising the Hurt said. hour will betoRC: A business LOW PRICEDRUG '

stock money," Hurt said period will follow. Missionary !

The company sold 20,000 Album Mary Simpson will leada

share shares for of its stock initial at $10.00 capita.a .Hew panel a discussion Stronger1'' on Mission"BuildIng 119th Year Of FoundingChurches STORE NEEDS j


lization.On On HistoryOf Board." Missionary D.Cooper -

September 30, of this will speak Monday an pm. Faiths' Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store. WE WILL
I
year, the State of Missouri Of Many And
On Tuesday the Mothers,
Central Foods BlacksDETROIT MEET ANY PRICES ADV. IN YOUR LOCAL PAPERS:
approved City
Deacons and Pulpit Aid Board
We deliver We also fill all Doctors' Prescriptions.
to issue 40,000 additional will be In charge The theme Ministers Scheduled
shares of stock at ID.OOper, Mich-Pepsl-Cola: will be' "Working For

share. Company today premiered its Christ." Mother McMillan Second Missionary Baptist Church, a church which was born ,Allle ,Faye Maxwell as co- I. "
"The owners of Central City third Negro history album In will lead. Dinner will be served historically In 1850, fifteen years before the Emancipation chairman.Rev. Dixie Pharmacy

are.... made up of little people six years at a gala luncheonat each day at 2pm. Servicesare Proclamation, will celebrate its 119th year with a week of .. J. L. Hall, assistant
grassroots people, Latin Quarter.The .
Detroit's scheduled each day for 11 observances, highlighted each night by the presence of noted' minister, will serve as master
"In terms of the
Hurt said.
luncheon was attendedby a.m. 3:30 I p.nand 7 p.m. and church of ceremonies. All are
musicians laymen
ministers and congregations, ,
development of the store, some 600 civic, educational On Friday, November) 7,the officials.Dr. invited. Night services beginat 1302 'KINGS ROAD AT MYRTLE
everyone of us is black, and clergy and business lead Sabbath School and the -
Y.P.U. The church is located
730. -
William Hill Mt. Calvary :
James Carl Sams is the ,
I' that makes us unique. Black ers Invited from the entire will be held at 3 P.m. present and eleventh pastorof Baptist; Rev.. W.C. Mitchell, 1 at 964 Kings Road. Pkon 353',5597PIC
people were used at every state of Michigan. Frank Bishop's Day, in honor o f Little Rock Baptist.
of the ..we took no President and the nationally-known con.greialon.
step way
Peck, Vice Bishop Cooper will be Sun
Dr,S.L.
Wednesday Badger
He will lead the
short cuts. "We started with General Manager of the Me- day, November 9. The Schoolof Emanuel Baptist; Dr. R. V.. ', ,
s church through the interpretation -
ministers who had no know tropolitan Bottling Company Wisdom will begin at 10am. .

: ledge of retailing; then w eIt' .of. DetroiMiactd'i W; host all I'll i ''The Worshipwttl;,.,, of the theme, "Christian World Rev.Webster Rudolph, S.Stephen'sAM.E. McKlssick.,;' N1 SAVE DAILY I DISCOUNT I DRUGS
In experiencedbusln ,Challenge a, Changing,
called 1 i .
the affair, jugieom acan's u; be In charge'"A program willn.q
:; Bethel Institutional, BaptUt,
ssraw and women.We could, :;".Ent>ued M'UIetfwmeri k"p We\lted' byEwgellstaiTC.R. ."m Through' Prayer.; 'Friendly'I I. ...
'B.If. HartleY, '
,The motto Vill "The Re- "Dr.1 "
be
in business 15 QUANTITY' -
J have been Quest For Education"the Cullars, A.M. Pearson n.i; ''Available J
.
t months before we actually new ,album ,traces the and by Missionary L.''Will- suit, Of a Praying Church" Baptist.Thursdays' Rev.George Price RIGHTS SPECIALS THRU. WED. NOV. 5'1 In Most
but we had to learn for education The theme will be musically RESERVED
man's quest
opened, Black lams. The annual march will Stores.
-
Rev.
St. Matthew Baptist Levy '
everything avout opening a from Africa of 300 years beheld Presentations,offer- interpreted through the hymn, ;
"God of Our Father." Green, Central Baptist; Dr.
new store to survive. ago right down to the present log and gifts will be made t o
I Hurt said when the store Black students academic ac Bishop Cooper. Elder J.Cole Services will begin Monday A$. Coleman, Shiloh Metro HAIRSPRAY 12
night )fov. 3, at ':30, politan Baptist; Dr. C. B.
the Board
was opened in April, .tivities. man will bring the message. In ite Dailey, First Baptist of Oak. SET SET 3 $$19"9C
service Sunday
did not anticipate showing a Some of the record's high Bishop James Roper and his morning. j01rS
land.
,
profit until early next'year.. lights Include the Black mati.capture guitar will be featured.The Nov. 9, Dr. T.B. Boyd,
,, Dr. Dallas J. Graham
Friday::
Jr., dynamic executive
"we knew it would take time in Africa, his subsequent annual feast of the Con- secretary
Mt.. Ararat Baptist Rev.
I for us to get our labor costs trans-Atlantic voyageto vocation will be at 2 p.m. At of the National'Baptist ;
Neal St. Thomas Bap-
down because of the workers.But the West Indies where,for 3 p.m., following devotionsby Convention of America W.C. S ALKA SELTZER
tist Rev J.M. Bryant, St, 2s'.s37C
Publishing Board and ;
they have worked very about three years he would be the Committee on Worship, Greater Salem, pastorof Mary' Baptist; Rev. Landon >
of
hard and are now a smooth "educated" in the routines of various appointed committeeswill Baptist
i and then on to his ultimate Louisville, will speak. Williams,' Bethany Baptist;
slavery New officers will
: serve. The 'iRev.: R. L. Wilson West
following ministers
and
Reelected destination, America, be installed. At 7 pm a program
I Friendship Baptist Rev.
he would be sold to the congregations have been ; '
where will be presented by the DEODORANT
Roosevelt Williams St.John'sBaptist
scheduled ,
r : Mondayj Dr. R.A.
highest bidder. Missionary and, Evangelist $190 BAN 380
album also brings out King, Payne Chapel A.M.E.; Sanford, Fla.
the The interesting facts that many deliver Boards. his Bishop annual Cooper address.) will Rev. B.J. Lane, Mt Sinai Dr. Boyd will speak in the SPRAY 4 OZ.
and
I Black men and women went to Licenses and appointments Baptist; Rev. A.J. Hughes, Sunday morning Sunday
services on Nov. 9.
St. evening
Europe Inpre-Civtt Wars days. will be made. Plans for the John's Baptist; Rev. W.
On Sunday also there will be
L. Williams
for their educations and that closing year and leading to Bethlehem Baptist PLAYING : $ GARMENT
"
; Rev. W. Burgess Macedonia an after .service. Rev. A. F. fPi il I'
before the Civil War,Black the next annual convocationwill Baptist Cummings and West Union t,

people were actually successful be announced Baptist will be present. Rev. 1.
Tuesday Rev. B. L. Wynn N..
in forming their own college The ch\U'dl1LllllJocated at 'Theodore Lee and Sprlnghlll

WUberforce, In Ohio. 2032 Benedict HoO. All are Abyssinia rones, Antioch Baptist; Rev. JJ Baptist's congregation will CARDS BAG ,
album liner Baptist; Dr. .
I Research and welcome. share the services, as well
notes.for the record were ,1( < ,
as Rev John A. Payne, and ,
done by Dr. Elsie M. Lewis, '
the Grace Baptist congregation
1' Chairman, Department of :Calendar EventsPride ,and 'Rev. Y. Benjamin PLASTIC JUMBO

History at Howard UniversityIn Bruce and Mt. Olive A.M.E.
Washington, D.C.Dr.Lewis of Macao Temple No. 186, IBPOE of W will bold its regular .The historic celebration will COATED i. 54 IN
rip
-... received her A.B.degree from business meeting Nov. 6 at 712 West Duval at 8 p.m. come to an end Monday night ,
1 DR. WARREN W. SCHELLDr. Fisk University in Nashville, Daughter Ruler, Mrs Battle t 'James is asking all duaghtersto Nov. 10. Four ministers and
Term. She took her M.A. degree be present. The workshop will be continled for the benefitof W'

Warren W. Schell, above, at UCLA and receivedher new Duaghters,and old Daughters as well. Mrs. Hattie I I. congregations namely Dr. C.A will Weaver be present and : r< 44tVICK'S
; !!
was reelected this week as Ph. D. from the University James. is Daughter Ruler. Queen B. Williams is reporter. Day Spring Baptist; Dr. E.R. 2 39C'I .
FOR
president of the policy-making of Chicago.In ** ******
and Zion
Hope Baptist
board of directors of the her program notes, D r. Marvin Green will be presented by'the St. Stephen's Baptist Simpson Remus Smith and .
GJEO. Also reelected were Lewis writes that, among Church, 4201 Almeda, In a musical recital on Sunday, Nov. ; Rev. Rev.I I
.
Gorensteln and George Long- Blacks, "Fear that the rising 9, at' 7 p.m. others appearing will be Mrs Ruth Valdez, Friendship Baptist and I
worth as first and second generation could grow up Deacon Willie Shephard, Mrs. Annie B.: McNeal and M r s. B.F. Addison and StStephen'sAmos : METRECAL LISTERINE

vice presidents Respectively, In Ignorance was an important Angle McBride. The Fashlonettes will serve as hostesses. is chairman.Mrs. .
Ealey
Dr. Patricia and Edward Cowdery Ballanceas as secretary factor In the Blacks quest ...J...... Benetta Sumlar Is co- FORMULA 44 MOUTHWASH

,
treasurer. Alton Yates was for education. The Masonic Family will meefcaturday at 7 p.m. at 410 Board chairman. Mrs.Lucy Tremble LIQUID DIET

unanimously chosen to succeed "By the time of the Revolutionary Street to begin making ready for the 100th year celebration of Is chairman of the program COUGH, .
War there was a small the Grand Lodge. H. Simmons is District Deputy. committee' Mrs. Emma
Ronald Allen as executive well-defined group of Afro-A ........ Feacher is cochalrman. Pub- ,MEDICINE DRINK's .
director. He is the first
,mericans, slaves and freer licity will be bandied by Al

I black director. who could read and write. The B.HJS.'Trio, one of the newest and most popular spiritual Joyner as chairman and Mrs. '

groups of Jacksonville, will be presented In its first recital Eel. thy bread with joy and 3* 69t 1 s $$1 t99.C

Nov. 9 at Mt. Bethel Baptist Church. Rev.S.A. Thomas is pas drink ihy wine with a merry heart :

._ NEW BRICK HOMES tor. Members of the group are Wilbur Bellamy, Richard Hill EtilesljsiM I 9.7 .O 4 01
and Ruben Smith. Mrs. Helen Bellamy is pianist. All are Invited

Nor, Araililli ......... REMEMBER..The Ancient CLEOPATRA "COUPON *".;

African' Beauty i CARDINAL
GRAND PARK AND LINCOLN ESTATES The Pulpit Aid Board'of New Bethel A.M.E. holds its anniversary DOROTHY FAB

program Sunday, Nov. 9, at 4 p.m., in the main auditorium :: .... .' .
.
--- Is h. Is ---- of the church.' A musical program has been prepared.Mrs. she lum.i balh.d, In really eel .nd..ollc.rL/kd o.r.an GRAY." : N LIGHTER

Albert Morris is president.. Rev. E. Jones is pastor. AU are bMuty : GIANT $SUE'J =
215.00 Dm 60.00 Per MiitbUndor Invited. .Today'....uU..boulltt with el..art, kln natural, ... HORMONE OR .
**.****** =.':''r' :: = t
rdtu .. iricl.ph'7/ WITH
The New Government "235" Program This Pro- The Citywide Deaconess Union will meet Nov. 6 at 3 p.m. .. Many .ol today' Doaullot' MOiSJURIZINSHAND 59i FLUID
Is people to buy A Homo that In Mt Olive Primitive Baptist Church, 1319 Myrtle. Mrs. nave dluovorad crtamy while .CO'UPON"
I' heart not designedto forafford one in the past Emma Gordon Is president, Mrs. Eliza Robinson is, re. BLEACH PALMER'S'CBEAM..IM"SKIN UCCCSS: nwdl- CREAM : = '

Fat COMPLETE DETAILS CONTACT porter. ****..**. caltd ftanranc AMnr cream.*. '. "SKIN warn fairer thai; SUCCCSS"CftI Heavenly elearer.Halvral -2.50 (ISO' ;I eeipiN/ (0)125)t" 4 7t"lIE'

The American Legion and Auxiliary will observe its 50th, looting tUCctSS'leieltneM.! And
SKIN CREAM con- NIV.5. OZ ,
NOISE SALES, INC. anniversary ..at the Post, ,No. 197, on Nov..11. at 2131 Ben taint the. lull ollie I.' strength.til... I'EMEJMY ,
mmonlalMt the "' .
edict Road.. .- teal Ingredient mercury often prmcrUwd. .............."S ,
******.** by doctor for ."ee"... thin
3131 IMsIii I. St. At 21th St. Eijnsswiy Ir care. II ladet Irecliiet, remove
Washington (Court: No. 208 will meet Nov 7 at5p.m.at that '1un-lann.dook'ald.. In .
the ,Temple 410 Broad Street. Officers will be elected. :::o1II..e': .: por.l..h&p.Wlnq $ and* PIC N' SAVE DISCOUNT I DRUGS

Cill' Is It 354-1741, Mrs. .Louis I. Campbell Is Most Ancient Matron. M.r '. out your natural beauty.iMfel .
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That a what many a plastic or clips! An open container
bag might say if it could talk, catches everything that a loose! i"'M.
ar for Ingenious home economists Glad bags can be tied and tidy,,
are coming up with a delightful aa well aa transparently truth. /
variety of jobs that the "Glad- ful concerning containment' '
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Are you weary of stocking When It'. In the bag' your .* \" -
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spirits are glad and your bed.
snags when the bureau drawer '
catches your hosiery 7 Match up room la no longer' sad*or dis 1 ';r.lk
your pairs,roll them lightly and ordered. ct,
pop them in a transparent Glad :"\ ... ,
Bag where you can sea which THE SIGHT OF'MUSIC ..__ _'4 11
shade you want to wear without Eat STEAK? At toda,', inexpensive cute of beef that < -
Harlem Moon Keepe Shlnliif for children playing on a canvas handling all your fragile nylons. prieee? Why not! U you bow mike succulent broiled steaks"yourwayaroundameatcountar From the German word streuen (to scatter or spread) It a but
Initiation of the moon and Its eraleri In a vetl-pocket city park. Your bracelets and necklace .U they lack I. natural t.nder. a abort step to streusel the delicious acatter-crumb topping of
The "moon base" Is a 2,700 square fool piece.of nylon fabric jewelry all jumbled and tangled like a lot of today smart shop ness.and you can add that your.. so many Ge.-man Viennese and Pennsylvania Dutch delights
Writ Polnl Peppered donated lo Metro North, a'nelhborhood in a top drawer?Give them top r pen, you know you don have self with instant meat tender- Butter and brown sugar are atreusel essentials The structure In.
community action group In Harlem. drawer treatment. Make your I! to buy those expensive sirloins liter. Try this recipe for Blade rolled nt varies from Hour Appleor,cake crumbs to the toasty
bracelets glad in one bag and and T.bones simply! to serve I Chuck Steaks with a testy Cap. oats of this
1 * * * your pArls and beads an| an- steak. There are many other ucine Sauce and see for )four. STREUSEL APPLE PIE

equally nutritious, flavorful but(self! Makes. one Inch pie
.
t CHUCK STEAK CAPUCIME unbaked
FILLING: Ont Finch' pie then
rii-cin n- .**, Maxwell Him. (4 servingS /) 6 cups peeled and sliced STREUSEL TOPPING:
blade chuck steaks each Heat margarine or oil la slllIdi tart cooking apples
butter ,
margarine
or
1/4
cup
IM-ilb. ? K" I. 1'thickAdolph't brown onion, garlic and) raisins
SUGAR There a brighter future for 5MUo.e4 Instant ........... Add remaining Ingredient j/j t teaspoon cup grated lemon peel melted
STOrQuantity pianists Ind'or.anl.te who have MealTenderiserCejHtclii and simmer over low 1 tablespoon lemon juice: 1 fcup Quickuncooked rolled oats
had difficulty viewing r sheet Sane-Make sane Yt cup granulated sugar ,'
1 heat S-10 minutes d. not
overcook
music and keyboards. In a first and set It aside,covered, to 3 tablespoons sifted }V. teaspoon cinnamon
: IjtlorCoffee
DipElicjn irge.scale contribution to tonIng keep hot while steaks are _k- vegetables shonld be all purpose flour J/ cup firmly packed
up their performances, one erbp. 1/4! teaspoon salt brown
52.; 39cLi.it Perk product a new piano and organ InfiW sup margarine or oil Slash. fat edges of steaks to> Yt teaspoon cinnamon sugar
lamp created by Ilbimlno Devices 1 large onion, Ihlnlr sliced prevent curling., Thoroughly' "teaspoon mace
i1t1111 of New York that combines I clove garlic, minced e* moisten surfaces of meal with Heat oven to hot (400'F.). For filling toss sliced apples and
1 plus with II.. 690Lliit Superior lighting with pressed water. Sprinkle the seasoned In* raisins with lemon peel and lemon Juice. Blend together sugar
.
en decorative beauty is illuminating -, IJi raps canned imunrooma. slant meat.tftnderiur evenly flour, salt, cinnamon and mace; combine with apple-raisin mixture
SS.00.or acre the aituation (H harmonfees drained over meal like wit,milng about Pour Into unbaked pie shell
Rights Reserved I'I'i. with any piano or organ by appearing .' 1 large green pepper H teaspoon per pound. Use noalt. For topping, combine butter, oata, cinnamon and brown sugar,
fill purchases 'it*tomimiiT loetrioNi TI stun YOU 1 please to become an integral seeded and thinly sliced Then pierce eteakf deeply mixing well Sprinkle over filling Bake :In preheated a.(400'F. ,oven
.. IUCKMM must MI e x i m ifmi ooni iriiufIIIIN part of themuaio rack.. The t tablespoons finely with a kitchen fork at about .) 40 to 45 minutes\ or until topping la brown and applet
: ,MWIIIVE' lOOflOftlOMVENUt with $17.11 Illumine Lamp is turning on chopped parsley "-I.1a .n.lis| turn steaks are tender.
"'FLA. GRADE; A WHOLE iimtiTiiitimcT 203SW. uiumtrttjoiviiimET : pianists and organists all over H rap sliced celery and repeal procedure. Placesteaks
/ ,'UtlW.Z6I. imti30S FiH Or.trNi. the country. Evenly lighting S tomatoes,coarsely chopped In preheated broiler,S to>
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Fryers Bticbut, Or G.rbir's PEACHES 2-K 291 glare* the Illumlno Piano and: teaspoons seasoned Imtantmeat Carve steaks and serve with piping I34N MYRTU AVE fl4.1468
Organ lamp also fans out to tenderlaerfreshly hot Cspnelne Sauce a* the
BABY FOOD light the keyboard. It comes In' ground black.pepper sUe. '
Oil Nuts '
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the don ring M Thatl what both Ctoeed. All the tirl* are ringing OF WINE
and girls are doing down the .
littl Mf dothe. ins curtain on UL PuMIe IntormMlon Office HD PUBLISHEDThe
Vine with sportswear today-riminf a chorus of varied torture and -
the. bell for frMdon.TIle twins assorted designs from natura'a FIRE EXTINGUISHERS: WHAT. ,'WHICH A WHY theme that wine Is not only
IS beautiful landicape good.bUlb good for Is amply
t' you
Fir Is denned As previously .
as "the phen-- mentioned ntingulshlng
When that finl nip of cool Demonstrating knit/ and omenon of combustion manifested agents were developed documentedin a new cloth bound
air signal the approach of Fall .t woven at their vtnatila and in light Dame and to cope with each class book Wine and Health edited
and winter, the home econo colorful beet, Alamae Mill*, a beat" Controlled, fir* has of fire; consequently every by Salvatore P. Lucia. M D.
mists at Mogen Vavld \Win tuUldiary of West Point Peppered served man faithfully throughout portable Are extinguisher (the 1969 (Pacific Coast Publishers..
Corporation suggest It's time to. hal joined design effort history. Uncontrolled; firs first line of defense against Menlo Park. California. 55.951)
plan party dishes for the
special with the become a stern muter as its lire) Is prominently marked
occasion and company' Apparel The book is the verbatim report -
holiday
Diviiion They've the searing (lamps! corisum all a* to Its type and the class or
ahead.The winery recommends: swung on of the first International
market "now" life and property within their classes of fire upon which it
a real "heart-warmer" party a collection el
grasp may be used. Symposium on Wine and Health
beverage of completely coordinated l.bricIIYOII'll
equal part grapefruit : A and his There are four basic which held the
and find man technology type was at Universityof
cranberry Juice and ay to make Intosportswear
syad< s '.n fl e Red Catawba wine Serve hot progressed he became confronted of lire extinguishers: Water, Chicago In November. 1968.
y W in mug with cinnamon tick with a variety of fires Dry Chemical, Carbon Dioxide :- Speaking at the Symposium
muddier. : many of which could no longer and Foam. Of course, there
,_ where nine authorities on the
be are variation of
'Si contained by the primary each, but
'F.. a.lalerDllllJrulel. extinguishing agent let us concern ourselves with subject of wine and its health-
gathering, serve -;:'!. '111 j ..,,* __ known as water. Hence man the .basic giving properties. They came to
cored and tied with apples 'log freedom of bell bottom q was placed in the position of Chicago from France and Italy(
chopped cis' t s and tiny marshmallows -' print worn with wild colon. not only developing more affective lr and from various areas of the
.. This eliminate han And moral S&rIpMt.! extinguishing agents, 9r United Stales. Sponsor of ihe
dling cores and the sweets help Y but he also placed a classification
1 prevent discoloration of the cut Then, too. the fashion ball It upon each type of fire Symposium and of the publication -
l l'e surface swinging 'or a fabric tail-up and In turn, related the extinguisher : of the book was the Wine
+ li liLal you wouldn't lieU.... Striped to the fire. a Advisory Board. a California
Anytime friend get logellier cotton weave shirts. plui a cotton Today fires are placed in state agency.
t Is the time for hot buttered pop Duck vest In solid color one of the tour classifications The new book details how wine
corn. For added taste tailondly top knit bell bottom of A, B, C or D Basically, a
-called the world's oldest medi-
sprinkle the corn with a little pant of floral mayhem that Class A fire is one Involving
garlic onion salt ordinary combustible materials cine- is an identifiably safe tranquilizer -
or barbecue, will wring you Into the best
Multicolor stripe seemingly float la space oo this trtnspartnt lessoning or grated eh..... sportswear dtdee.Oncs.onl3r separate. For Information such a* wood, cloth:\ pa- provides vitamins and
rtnyl umbrella by Tola (fat,. Streaks of color, beat seated oo Quench thirsts with a delicious on the** fabric writ per, rubber and many plastics minerals.including iron,in mean-
each gore, radiate from the center forming a color wheel of punch of equal part Mogen children happened Claude Delibe. Wait Point Class B Ares involve ingful amounts and forms;
stripes Lightweight tod David Rose wine and apple. to dries themselves like na Pepperetl,111 Wet 40th Street flammable or combustible liquids Classified as a cooling penetrating con-mj
see-through, It has a special airborne elder. ture' landscapes, mining New York N.V. 11018,'Then, flammable gases, greases and soaking agent, tains antibiotic substances in its
quality right U rain for todays wet fashions. ;'Ibt vinyl gee stripes with circular: pattern you can let freedom ring la a and similar material. Water can only be used on pigments, can be safely used by'
covered crook handle I Is available In an assortment of high If It'* a teethe dinner you're Today U ice teen In a seen swinging bell bottom outfit to Fires of Class. C nature. Involve Class A fires. diabetics and sufferers of gout,
fashion colors.Saline. planning try this elegant fruit from nature mother and All both the jP In *ner tioiu encrflstd electrical Moat likely to be found in and is important in the treatment
cup. Place strawberries or .a daughter say theta the. sane and your wardrobe. equipment while Class D the home or office the MultiPurpose of heart disease cancer, and
peach half in a champagneglass fires pertain to those involving Dry Chemical extinguisher stroke.
StorageWhen at Home and pour American Dry certain combustible met. can be used on all
or American Concord Red all such as magnesium sod Class A, B and C fire.
storing C-Ilifornia- avoided.SomeCaliforniawines, champagne over the fruit U All *** *:. *.. lum, potassium, etc A Carbon Dioxide extln *
wines at home, remember wineis particularly the reds, can pros the glass.For .e e e ,gulsher is Intended for,use on. ,**.*.* ** j

unique among all alcoholic per for years in a fairly stable) the especially bosy hostess Class B and C fires. ....
beverages in that it is a living temperature from 50" to 70 here' a helpful hint: makea
thing. Wine, after it is bottled list of guests and dishes SAYE A } ,I
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Rivalry Dates Back To 1924 Studying The X' Ray Machine FAMU's- Gaither Sees ,

I When Hornets Set Score 30-0 "

Character In Victories :
i I MONTGOMERY, Ala.>-Two major football teams,feuding sine
1924. will dlflnltely keep the pumpkin hot and bothered on No TALLAHASSEE, Fla. .-- work. Hard Work'
vemher 1. (FAMU>Florida A&M's Jake "Coach, this sun Is hot/
Two nationally known teams iu. two leuiuB. liitt g>iu* Galther doesn't want his football 'Yes, son, It sure Is. You
was tied 21-21 too for
'with coaches equally well tight players to have the desireto know, I've been trying to think
and 33 seconds
known and with staffs heralded mercy, were hurt anybody"but the desireto of some 'way to put an umbrella
left on the scoreboari clock
over the country 'will tangle destroy. over this field; But t Ican't
at Mongomery when the kin-desperation But, Lloyd Ivy threw a pump Galther, in a recent speechto But you know, son if
Hornets of Alabama State 49-yadpass the Tallahassee Quarter you can play football under
to Johnny Pleasant.
face the equally redoubtable That did 1U! back Club, perhaps exposed this Florida sun you can play
Bulldogs of Alabama Agricultural some of his secrets to win- under anybody's sun'"
Well Ivy is back. The Hornets
and Mechanical University. ning. He has never had a TEARS.."Tears Is an emotional
are back. A&M It back.
losing season. In fact, he has state of mind"- be
The question to which there
Ever since 1924, the first never had a break even season said. "It '. a willingness to
is
no answer at the moment
time of battle, when the Hornets is what will it be? 4L His worst records as he sacrifice all for the Rattlers.
there has been a Hor w enters his 24th year as Rat- And sometimes this will bring
The last
game year produced
net-Bulldog fight. All-American tler Boss were 6-4 ((1946)) and true tears.

Last year the Bulldogs came an, Onree Jackson.quarterback He was + ,. l 7.3 (1965 and 1966)). But that's not alL Even after

In six points ahead, of the later drafted by the Boston r Galther has found all these'
Hornets, with a score of 27-? qualities "there are three
Patriots. Two other pro draftees ...
21.This Include Alvin Presnell, is .more things a Rattler must do
'69 Classic marks the AIM'S fullback, and Johnny + rCOACH- 5 (in this order): 1. Get his
28th renewal of the rivalry. Pleasant Alabama State's rFyy lesson. "There is no place on
The first game In the Classic Both rw A s our team for a dumb athlete."
fullback have impressive
Series was played in 1928, records. rid kYa" A player must maintain at

when ASU met Talladega Past games tell a story least a 'C' average. 2. Stay
College. about these teams. out of trouble. 3. Give the

Last year the Bulldogs of Scores from 1924, reflect Rattlers everything you'vegot.
Alabama AIM ripped the only hot battles ', I want my boys to be
Hornets defense for a 210 : saturated with a burlng desire
Alabama State won 39-0( in f
score enroute to what seem I to excel."
1924. The fighters have won
ed a lopsided game, behind 17 games since then. Alabama Gaither also paid his respects
the passing and signal call- inundated Ala. AIM In I to gridiron philosopher

Ing of Onree Jackson, A&M's 1931 with a 56-0( score Ala 'ikU Grantland Rice who has been

superb quarterback. The A&M hit hard at its rival 1 o ': 1 credited with saying 'snot
game rolled on, however, 1962 with a score of 54-6, : :If whether you win or lose but''
Joel Smith made a seemingly : how the but
Alabama State got three "N' : y you play game,
insignificant pass Inter. "' '.. ; o! ;; GAITHER offered bit of his
teroes down through the a own phil
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ceptlon. That proved to be years.' : .r; .:<' : lie now has 198 victories osophy instead

the most exciting game Alabama A&M got six zeroes. L..J.EOOtINE: : I _. _L ?_| ?--.. J (more than any other active "I can build more charcater

encounter since the, in first 1941 Legion Field the In 1964 Alabama A&M reversed F. GA5DXER: JR. (]left), C.t T. Foundation Achievement anclal Corporation, followed formal presentation of the four- coach In the nation, small or winning than losing Gaither
by the trend of the 1924 game Scholarship winner, learns how modern hospital year scholarship Young Gardner, who pUns to become a major college) and barring a &aid."We're.
and ground out a total of 3D- x=ray equipment 'works from Dr. David Day of Picker Corporation doctor, has been admitted! to Wesleyan UBeveuliy in Middle- major disaster, will reach the down on the oneyardline
$830,000 Is 0 in favor of A&M. at the firm's Cleveland plant.A tour of the medical''' town, Conn. He was recently graduated from Shaker Heights 200 plateau this year. and call a play to the
Tied scores were not left manufacturing facility of Picker, a subsidiary of CIT Fin-, (Ohio) high school (NPI Photo) A powerful and dynamic left tell my halfback to lead
out. In 1949 the score was .,. speaker, Galther commandsthe the play, burying his head in
Humble Goal 1313. The year of 1996 was attention of an audienceas I that linebacker's belly and

that of the 0-0- score. For Grumbling's Robinson Talks Florida A&M 's 33-20, Loss he does his football play churning those legs hard,
For Schools several years no score records ers. When be speaks with that pushing him back. I tell my

I were kept. About Virtues Of Football deep, strong, forceful voice, fullback to take the ball and
HOUSTONHumble OlliRe Down through these 45 years Painful And Also Profitable, one has to listen run hard with his knees pump
I fining Company and its subsidiaries both Hornets and Bulldogshave HOUSTON.-(SPECIAL) Coach Eddie Robinson, since 1941. "I don't like good natural ing under his chin and slam

'will contribute approximately stung and bitten, only to coach at Grambllng College, one of the foremost exponents of TALLAHASSEE, Fla: --- losses totaling exactly 100 I football players," he said In Into that linebacker and knock
$830,000 in educational meet the next year for another the value of football, spoke before more than ZOO persons at the (FAMU-Florida A&M's 33- yards but 84 of them came as expounding on his famous demands him flat on his back and score.
aid during the 1969- big battle Both teams have centennial\ of the Touchdown Club here recently Coach Robin 20 loss at the hands of T e n- a direct result of a break- for his grldders. "I "I can talk all kinds of character

70( academic year, M. A. sent stalwarts In the pro ranks son's message will appear in TWO installments. It is a strong. nessee State at Nashville Saturday I down in pass. protection for like my boys agile, mobile and to my linemen and my
Wright, board chairman, has have produced nationally supportive testimony as to football night was a bruising and Scruggs. hostile. halfback. I can tell my fullback .
announced. known stars. But,really,neither BY BRUCE SPINKS. 0 painful one but it was also pro Tennessee State ran a total "When I say agile I mean I he made the goal Just as
The Humble Oil Education team ever forgets that A member of the coaching profession for 24 years, Robinson fitable. and it could have of 82 offensive plays fo FA want boys who can move about, he must fight hard to make
Foundation currently is advising 30.0 score of 1924. pointed out at the beginning of his speech that there are skeptics been spiced with a touch o f MU's 74 (only eight more)eyt ,turn on a dime and leave five his goal in life. But how much
94 colleges and universities who question the worth of football.None could be counted among destiny. FAMU had the ball for only cents change...and_do it in a character can I talk to that
of grants totaling $398 the 200-plus Touchdown Clubbers who responded with a standing Several things happened three offensive plays in the hurry." He could've been talking linebacker lying flat on his

000. In addition, Humble 011s ovation. I which might lead one to draw third quarter. The Tigers about the Me Willie Call- back "I can build more char.

one of the participating During Robinson's time at the this conclusion. scored 16 points in that period more acter winning than losing"
companies in the Esso Education speaker's stand, he was foot 1; Steve Scruggs proved his of course, and had pose "Mobile..Just imagine you A lot of charcter can be built\
Foundatlonthroughwhlch Sports Parade ball's most eloquent advocate; worth as a quarterback. The sessin of the ball for a total had a hunting dog and you planto ,'with 198 WIns.ROhIIS.OIA.

other educaUonalt grants will if s mos dedicated coach His Junior lefthander was subjected of 13:24, which left the Rattleri go hunting Friday. You tie
be made. r'l1IarQwr as Ameribtgag;I to the hardest pass rush; .only...1.36. Durjng. that J him up on Thursday and give Blasts$
These ,contrlbutlom enable i ootball Star O.J. Simpsod returned to his school alma mater/1 apple pie."Football.. 'f., ;;he's'seen all season and probably -*'ibrief, 1:36: "the Rattlers suffer- w him nothing to eat all day and 1
Humble and its subsidiaries Galileo, recently for an important event. 0 The football field was ," he says, '"has'made the hardest he'll see In "' 15 yards In penalties and'(oaed ,then take him, Friday;; lift up Stengel As.;:
to help provide the support named after him. Simpson said, "Whenlwas told the tJ.eld'Would' its contributions to you, his entire college career. Yet fell behind two additional ,his tall, pour' in a little turpentine
which colleges and unlverslt- be named after me, I was honored and surprised" He said he the new breed, because th< he never lost his composure points on a safety.I point him the direction Great Coach
ties need from privatesectorsources spent most of his tme In the dean's office. game of football is like life and completed 17 of 32 passes Charles Stockton, the Ratt you want him to go and
in their efforts to achieve Itself there are lessons to be for 203 yards and two touchdowns lers' 6-3i 235-pound defensive turn him loose. That's the'* NEW YORK.-Jackie Robinson ;
excellence in education >- ........ learned; responsibilities to be It should noted here right tackle, turned in way I want my boys to run. Hall of Fame Star of the

said Wright. Leroy Keyes of the Philadelphia Eagles is being used both on accepted, obstacles to be that Scruggs was caught tryingto the finest game of his career, In other words, I want themto old Brooklyn Dodgers, said
The Humble Oil chairman defense and offense Keyes,22,Is an American, having play overcome, disappointments, pass five times for losses making nine unassisted tackles have speed." Like a Bob recently that Casey Stengelwas
noted that enrollment In UjS. ed at Purdue. He played so well against the Colts recently that accidents and even defeats'tobe totaling 74 yards and three of and assisting on others. Hayes, maybe. not the best of managers.
colleges and universities has Unltas to beat Coach Williams the few times he wasn't knocked "And hostile I want Robinson said that the role of
gave up trying him. Jerry sayshe endured, sweet,victories to It the Rattlers had won at my boysto
tripled in the past 15 years thinks Keyes Is capable of doing both, Keyes prefers offense.Some be savored and all played flat on his bottom he scrambled Tennessee,' the Tallahassee have a little mean streak. the venerated Stengel is over
and Is continuing to expand under the rules bt the game to get 25 of those yards populace might have been denied I don't want them knocking rated
rapidly To handle this tremendous p"riaa "Football," Robinson continued back. the opportunity to wIt- somebody down and going back Robinson said that whenSten-
J growth, said Wright one professlonall! tennis player will receive $50,000() a t "builds character: la Most of his completed passes ness Head Coach Jake Gait- to apologize. When they knock gel was with the Yankees be'
educational institutions urgently the end of next year, plans by Jack Kramer, tennis promoter, boys. It gives them strength came with Tennessee state's her notch his 200th victory.A them down I want them to stand had plenty of material and
need more buildings, are successful. He has announced a$230,000 -of-theyear enough to. know when they are '6.6, 240-pound defensive end win over :TSU would' ve over them and yell "I'll eat' could coast to glory.However,
better laboratories and equipment award. Plans will be Implemented for rules for choslng winners weak and makes them brave Joe Jones literally lowering given Galther, 199 and the you if you come this way when he went over to the Mets
and enlarged faculties. beginning with July 1. Twenty-four will receive gifts of money. enough to face themselves the boom on the St. Petersburg Rattlers',next game is some again." Make that boy wish he was a flop. '
Of an estimated cost of $20() when they are afraid; to be native. The 62-yard touch 500 miles.away at North Carolina he'd never been born." This The famous 'athlete said,
billion to educate college students ......... proud and unbending in honest, 'down toss to halfback Hubert A&T.which would have could be Charleton Oats or "They voted Casey the great
this year, tuition will Atheletes are riding high these days.O.J.Slmpsonslgned with failure but humble and gentlein Glnn was no exception.For made the historic attempt Major Hazelton. est living" manager,That's a

provide only about one-third the Buffalo Bills for $50,000 for four years,plus bonus and plus success; not to substitute the first time this season happen on foreign turf. The Recalling the days when he Joke.
Wright added, and the remainder the use of "investment money." He Is said to have signed a 'words for action nor to sect FAMU was penalized" Rattlers say they have lost had his Blood, Sweat and Tears Robinson Is a member of t
must comefrom other contract for commercials with Chevrolet for about $3250,000. the path of comfort but to fac'l 'er yards than its opponent. their quota for the year, 10 units, Calther credits the origination 'faculty clnic{ at Adelphi University -
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sources Including contributions He will also do an ABC,series "Wide World of Sports. the stress and spur of the difficult The Rattlers were slapped If that holds true;; Gaither will of the terms to Win- Garden City, New
I from businesses and individuals. and the challenge; to, with 106 yards in fines and be going (or 1100 at FAMU's ston Churchill but York. Others are Y.A. Tittle,
says he football Bill Talbert tennis
1 the Tigers were assessed 157. ,
learn to stand up in the storm Bragg Stadium on Nov. 15 against adapted it to the Rattlers
ant!
Included In Mumble's overall Recently the Alcorn College football Braves plckedAn.SWACtight but to have compassion on (Strangely enough, though, all Southern University of still the Oscar Robertson, basketball
I aid to education Is a program end Allan Simmons and All-American linebacker Rayford those who fall; to master,' but 20 of the RattlerV penalties New Orleans, La. It wasn't although employs he doesn't philosophy have and Dick Weber, bowling. The
through which the Humble Oil Jenkins to be the captains of the team. Simmons is an honor themselves before they seek came in the first half and planned that way. It Just hap depth to field three teams.the clinic Is sponsored by the All
Stars
o Education Foundation matches student. Jenkins Is ofr football they came at the 'expense of Enterprises, Inc.
respected expense r to master others; to have a: pened. BLOOD.."Football Is adlno -
Humble two that could've Robinson struck out against
drives had
employees' gifts ,
heart that is clean and a goal o Scruggs and Stockton were .
game and our
to accredltedcolleges Ratan them on top 21.7 at halftime mint boys discrimination He said that
that is high; to learn to laugh, named the, Offensive and Defensive I' the
o versities of their choice. Odie Walter from South Memphis rather than down by three at leather-slapping, baseball has accepted the
19-year-old sophomore but never forget to weep..to Players of the week daredevil type 'who ask
Predominantly black schools Tenn., won a $150( Sears-Roebuck scholarship for scoringthe be serious but never take,, 107. Seventy of the yards by the Rattler coaching staff. quarters and no Black man on the field but does
include Southern University, highest in the freshman class at Langston. He Is a 6-foot, themselves to seriously." State" ,was penalized came In Scruggs 'beat out Ginn by a must be willing give to none. They the not want him In the office Be

Louisiana, Florida A&M. 185-pound Langston Lion. He plans to major In home econo- Robinson, caoch at Gramb the fourth quarter after the comfortable margin althoughhe price, even if It's blood pay for said color Is the reason. ,
North Carolina A&T Tennessee mics. He was encouraged to enroll at Langston by his Junior ling since 1941, Is one of the Tigers had gone ahead 26-7). didn't earn the laurels bya the Rattler Reminiscing, the athlete said
f A&T, Prairie vIew A&M, high coach.EARNANDLEARN foremost exponents of discipline The 21 net rushing yards by landslide. Ginn didn't have cause. he would have liked being a
Texas A&M University. ........ and here too he believes FAMU as compared to 174 by a bad game himself. He pick SWEAT-"By sweat we mean manager.

athletics, football In :TSU can also be misleading ed up only three yards rushing -'
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PROGRAM FOR WOMEN land Is torn by" strife and, Football two touchdowns QUALITY: WORK
violence Also considered lobe offensive

"For youth," says Robinson,A Scores picks was fullbacks "SOME Oil USTJCCOINTSGrand "

Offers A ,course, In "as it crosses the threshold James Owens who had the OF ."

... ," ..... ..... of manhood, 4 collectively Morgan State 34,,, Delaware prime responsIbility of warding Park Elem School v J v ';,..yt
: .f' speaking, athletics is a rally-", State 14. off Jones, TSU's monster Fla Stat News .. .' '
\ ',:i ff! tj I GRAPHIC ARTS Ing point to build courage when East Tenn. State 10, Murray ,defensive end who did everything Carter G. Woodson School ,

., 'I courage seems to die; to restore State 10.Elizabeth. from throwing bones at Geo W. Carver School ,
..1' : ', \<, Varilyping PunchHeadliner faith where there seems I ; City S3, St. Paul's. :;Owens' headgear to hurdling Forest Park School ',

." ... ''A: '" ... ;, ,,.. ." .... Tape' to be little cause for faith; to, College,, 0. the Rattler .tack's attempted Ephesus Jr. Academy t "
'I /' of: : creat hope'as hope becomes ,,.Fist University -30, Howard bady blocks. 'Owens was the Edward Water College
l r I forlorn University 14. Rattler's leading rusher of Over 75 Weddings (color)
i )" :: Composition "Athletics may be the 'J.J.CJ; Smith 58, Shaw 14. the game, picking up 49 yardson .R.'I. Daniefrlem; School, .
I tjM fN!. no school's most enduring world Livingstone 28, Fa le tt u e. 10( carries and scoringonce StPauTS.MK. Church

of discipline, of sharp thinking, ,trills, 0. from two yards out. lit.Ararat :Church
by PART TINE" EMPLOYMENT of a demonstrable connection Norfolk State 22, Virginia\ Raymond Wilcox also drew Astro GertS Men Club .. ,,
; between what one puts Into Union 21.Savannah. 'praise for 1I1s defensive play Joe Baker And Assoc.
-t'-' For Those Who anything and what he gets out State 32, Clark as he also recorded nine unassisted Brayboy And Assoc *
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Qualify of it." University 16. tackles and was In Jaxvllle Recording Co.
PrairieView 22, Arkansas on eight others, despite con- #
j 4 Hazelton Activated, 'AIM 14. plaining that he was illegally (OUT OF SPACE) Bob Smith ,, -
; held throughout the game. 'r
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0 I defensive tack of the Chicago Football Games ondary held Its own agalnsethe Ovex: 50 private Clubs Campus Towers Leonard
.. Pg.}i: After 'Training Period, Bears, has been activated. ,t. '''pass ,and allowed TSU Studio- Royal Diplomats Club Ron and Lou -Camp-
Hazelton played In two -only nine completions 'of 20 Well St. School -'Bethune EJe... School Roosevelt High
: t f games Florida AIM Nov 8, at A&T for 160 School Washington Shores School. .
:,c. \I' :;', REQUIREMENTS. ; MUBTtPE, 't.SO) WQKDS' .HSU_ MINUTE, OVER 19 YIN on last the year taxle and squad.spent this season. Nov 15, Southern; Nov. 22, attempts,.Charles Sasser yards.picked Safety up

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GRAMBLINH La.((SPECIAL) MVC punt In the end zone fora I Authorities Scar Television In 39 And Continually' ImprovesTALLAHASSEE
Reserve quarterback Matthew
safety to start the second w
Reed a super freshman who half scoring and then Cal Football, one of the nation's The first football game on TV Fla,*.FAMU..For a guy who never planned
96 touchdown li
threw passes at Lewis blasted his field goal. leading sports, has become was seen 30 years ago when v to attend college 'or play college football Melvin Jones sure
Richardson High School In The Devils shot the Gramb- synoymous with Injuries,according Fordham gar up a touchdown works hard at his lob.
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Monroe, showed Crumbling ling defense late In the third to information from In the first five minutes and == The starting split end for the you catch the better but Ifs
College homecomtnctinsbere afternoon period when Lollls whipped various sources. This rough. then rallied to defeat Waynes- 4 1 Il Rattlers did his thing at Jack not a thing I have to work at."
he's
Saturday readyto a screen pass to halfback and tumble game, rough par- burg 34 to 7 before 9.000 tons sonville Matthew Gilbert High Anyone who's seen Jones :
pick up where he left off In Steve Truss and the 198- tlcilarly between college and .at Randalls Island Stadium In 6 07 School and was content toleta catch a football would have to
the prep ranks. pounder Mowed a wall of high school poles, has caused New York. promising career end there but agree the talent must be nat .
The 6-foot-5, 225-pound blockers 68 yards to a touch. some concern not only In the Two television cameras .. his. sister convinced him that ural. To use the old grid .
Reed tired three touchdown own. WU, again kicked coM. higher ranks of footballing blinked at the actlonand transmitted be should continue his educa cliche, "he catches anything .
passes, two of them to AU. The Tigers added to the' but also among those concern- It toaboutl.000rlew- tion. He wound up'at FAMU thrown in his direction,"Is an
America half back candidate. score In the final chapter b) ed with healing brokenbones, ers In the New York Metropolitan because Is close to home and understatement, although one .
Frank Lewis 41-14 to spark the Tigers getting a safety when several swollen ankles, arms, toes, area. RCA was pioneering ; I didn't want to go to one of must admit that Jones has a ,
to a Southwestern beefy Grumbling linemen and the like.Nostatistlcs. commercial televlslonandstatloned a0,4MN those schools a long way off. little trouble catchlngtheones '.
Athletic Conference football chased the MVC quarterback are available one camera at the 40- Strangely enough before six feet over his bead or 10
victory over Mississippi Valley out of the end zone. Attempts to record correctly yard line and the other In a Ar Jones came totheFAMUcampus feet wide or the ones that come i
State College Reed wound It up by hitting such information leads to an booth at the top of the stands h .1pyN (, M11MiNM'Ar9M s.A he had never set his eyes bouncing on the turf when a i
Fullback William O'Neal and halfback Coleman Zeno witha Impasse. However, in 1967. The New York Sunday News on the legendary Coach Jake quarterback is rushed. :*
Calvin Dyer chipped In with two yard touchdown pass. 16 high school students diesfrom said: "Visual eavesdroppersas Gaither but even at that the To a pass defender Jones
touchdown smacks of one yard Grambling rolled up 171 injuries. It Is the con- far away >as Westport, k magic appeal of the Rattler must look like Ichabod Crane t
each Calvin Lewis boomed a yards rushing and 276 passing sensus of opinion oaths part Conn, 45 miles from the W- Boss bad had its effect on the tryout to evade the Headless f
22-yard field goal and four for a total offense of 447.The of medical authorities, that 2XBS transmitter at the top towering 6-4 athlete.Understandably Horseman. He comes barrel-t h
extra points and the Gramb rugged Tiger defenders blitzed great harm would be done If of the Empire State Building when>be got Ing In with those long strikes, 10'
ling defense contributed to the the Devils for a minus 28 football were excluded from saw Fordham triumph. Observers to Rattler Country his first straight at his defender, his /
total with a couple of safeties yards and yielded only 155 the high school program. said that the Images objective was to see what man- long legs and arms pumping
and six Interceptions.Reed aerial yards.Roughhouse. Eight states have Insurance were equal In quality to thoseof tiW SCT S;I, ner of man was bis poach."I hard When be gets ready to
,' following O'Neal's Richard Harris, programs. Statistics, even newsreels, with most of the wJ found Coach Galther to bea make his move he fakes with
first quarter TO plunge and a 6foot265pound end there, are not to be consider. action plainly visible RCA man who first makes sure every bone in his body and nobody >
Dyer's second quarter smash, from Shreveport's Booker T. ed conclusive, In the light of telecast the first major baseball 'p 't I he's right and will then stickto absolutely nobody,
pitched a short sideline pass Washington, keyed the Tiger the incompleteness of infor coverage of a double header J his belief,"he said.,"Iknow knows where he's going except )
to Frank Lewis and the 190- defense which also got spark. mation. The Wisconsin Interscholastic at Ebbets Field In Brooklyn] from General knowledge that him, his coach and his quarterback -
pound Junior from Houma ling performances from safe Athletic Association where the Dodgers split with his teams were known,through It's enough to drivea
raced 68 yards to score. Before ty Glenn Alexander, Sarepta reports that football the pennant-bound Cincinnati the years as running reams defender crazy And does ,
the half was over Reed freshman safety Steve Dennis leads In injuries. Reds. and desplt what people might At the moment he makes Us
found Frank again on a 10-yard who had three pass thefts, More than 975,000 youngsters The one bundredth anniversary MELVIN JONES think they are basically the move everything his roomie
scoring toss. cornerback Roger Bolton who engage In football each of major league baseball same right now. and he talked about until the
The Mlssissipplansgotonthe stole two, linebackers Athony year. and college football are being Melvin Jones, former Gilbert football star, chose FAMU as "We pass more now because wee hours of the morning, !
Scoreboard late In the second Sinlmons and Audie McSwaln, Authorities report, too, that celebrated this year also.Pro his battle ground because he did not want to go far away. Last the game Itself demands It but everything he saw on TV,
period when quarterback Ols- tackles, Sylvester, Batesand Improved equipment has helped football Is in its 50th year. year he led the team In receptions with 30 for 392 yards and our basic attack Is still a run everything he worked on be-
teen LoUis pitched two-yard Arthur Gipson and Billy to decrease thesttals of The first baseball stamp was. five touchdowns. He was named Most Valuable Player In the ning one." fore, during and after practice
scoring pass to agile end Harry Newsome. Dyer, the brotherof Injuries as of the'past. Issued In 1839. Orange Blossom Classic for hauling in six passes But what makes MelvlnJonestick is crammed into that
Key. The Delta Devils wen former Grumbling 'with A historic change will be' ? He's definitely pro ma- split second and Ichabod un-
awarded 56 of the 58 yards distance the Washington Redskins,led made as to cleats. Starting In tarts!, but be's not preoccupied winds. He fakes with everything
to the goal as the resultof the Tigers In rushing with 1971, the length of the cleatson with the thought of a pro Including his elbows and,
penalties against Gramb- 65 yards on 15 carries. football shoes win be a S. Carolina State Aldridge career. He'll play pro ball If ,kneecaps.
ling. Charles Hill kicked the O'Neal traveled 43 yards on half Inch,compared with seven he's drafted but won't be disappointed If at that precise moment the
extra point. 11 rushes. eights of an-Inch r u' in the I if he's not.A schedule network of cartilages muscles
Linebacker John Mendenhall Leader for the Doubles was past. This will reduce knee Touchdowns that everyone calls though and tendons holding Us
stormed through to block an Truss who had 19 yards on6 Injuries. The shorter cleat Over Albany St. (GaIther said It's one of his frame together were to fall,
carries. fives more maneuverability toughest In 15 years) Jones Jones's arms would wind up
''afch This Clown Both clubs were plagued by Helmets have come under calls "typical Rattler." Some on either sideline, his head '
penalties with Grumbling being consideration also. OhioState receivers prefer the long In the pressbox, his torso In
assessed 15 times for 189 University uses foam rubber As Bulldogs} Bite.i By 26-19 passes; some prefer the short., the end zone and his legs
20 1726 yards and the Devils whistled helmets. Injuries to the head Melvin prefers in-between somewhere downtown.And .
down ten times for 143 yards. are now No.2.In ****ftft*** ********** Most receivers prefer when the pumpkin Is
11'10 89 The Tigers were hit five times a recent issue of Medical righthanded quarterbacks, but thrown, he catches, whether
for pass Interference. Tribune, Dr. Kenneth D.Roseof Georgia Pigskinners Final TD Little Aid a few prefer lefties (like the it's long, short, up the middle,
4 1 Grumbling, now 3-2 on the the University of Nebraska Rattlers' Steve Scruggs) but down the sidelines, a zlg-in,

.. I season and 2-1 in SWACplay, worte that there were heart- ALBANY, Ga.-South Carolina State proved to be the team with the greatest depth. Outlasting with Melvin It doesn't make zag-out, hook, curl, fly or ''
has seen 834 yards In penalties related deaths In organized any difference. comeback desipte his skill In
I Albany State College 26-19 u the Rams played before a Homecoming crowd o f
: marched it this sports at all levels between is considered the key running pass patterns.
: against 7,391. Willie Aldridge, a sophomore wingback, powered over for a pair of touchdowns as Jones
season. 1961 and 1967.Blocking the Bulldogs handed Bobby Lee's homestandlng Rams their fourth consecutive loss and to the Rattler passing attack.He "Sometimes I have 'to peel
The loss dropped the Devils' the opponent with the fifth consecutive setback at the hands of the Orangeburg eleven.Hraa led the team In receptionslast back and block on certain
:tu 221i' record .to. 1-3,, over-all/ and, the helmeted head leads to Rflnlro: Bulldogs draw year with JO -tor 392 plays but this isn't very
high' Incidence head and ; ; ;; vln on two consecutive downs and five touchdowns He often,'" says 'Jones. "I really'ha
12.411m rlay.r, oj '1,11,1, ton III,hi oil ; t :ira -,. ping penalty on the return a- yards
a ir'F' .- !It ""' "" "'1" 'I first for'eight the Rams got"a 't
Inarthd
neck en to blockso
ReediEpelUng 1 ,starter Frank t I:' ; gress a 180-pound junior, gainst the Rams. In six plays capped the season by garnerIng been pushed)
; IS"23 10 of his second tally on a 6-yard Most 1 haven't worked on It
Holmes, completed bumped over the goal line Johnnie Pendergrass rolled Yaluable ?layer very
1 16 passes for 142 yards while Trojans Davis stripe with 8:02: to play In power run by the Statesboro, I Into the end zone from the 8 honors the Orange Blossom much.
,Sometimes He's Up, Some Holmes, a crafty 190-pound the second quarter, cappinga Ga. Junior with 4:04 In the 'yard line with 12:08 left In Classic for hauling In six Neither is he used on the
times He's down. He Adds, Junior from Mobile, connect Wants No 63-yard sustained ,drive. third period, making the the fourth period. passes for 118 yards. popular end around. "We have
,Substracts. He works It all It took the Bulldogs just score 20-12. Slocumb split Trailing 26-13, Albany State Yet he doesn't seem excited that play, says Jones, "but
around. es. Simpson ComparisonLOS ten plays to dent the Rams' the uprights on the PAT,leaving hung up a final touchdown with. about any of It. School (Kent Schoolfield)
'87 51 32 once. end tone as frosh quarterback the Rams behind 2013. 0:35 left In the game as Burke But he works hard at the art usually runs it."
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Lollls was MVC's most effective ANGELESClarenceDavis : Bennie Samuels used Following an Interception of finally looked Sing's way with of pass receiving....m u c b Can you imagine seeing Jones
Coming Attraction: I weapon as he completed of the Trojans wants to Burgess and Wallace Richardson a Burke aerial by BobHemby, i a perfect 39-yard toss In the harder than one might think. galloping behind the line of
.. six of 18 passes for be Clarence Davis.'He does a 6-2 215-pound who ran It back 25 yards to end tone. Free most of the There is such a thing as scrimmage on an end around?
II n 28MAN'S 81 yards and both of his not relish comparison with senior, fullback, to power the Rams' 34, the S.C. eleven game, Blng swiped the pigskin natural talent but even that That would beastght to behold.
team's touchdown. O.J. Simpson.He their way through the Rams' was right in Ram territory a- out of the air closing the has to be developed. And nobody But as long as he keeps
DAYSNUMIERED The Grumbling win,witnessed Is a fast college trans defense following possession at the Rani ;(deficit, 26-19. works harder at developing catching the ball and as long
by 14,167ns under cloudless fer. He has carried the ball With 4:32 to Albany 19, a 15-yard clip his talent than Melvin as he keeps Improving his
go,
skies, kept the Tigers' 146 times in the Trojans' I State was back In the game Jones. moves and as long as his body
series grid record against first five games for 733 yards as Melvin (Sherman)plowed dLew Alcindor Remembers Last year, for example, he holds together, "Melvin Jones
"Man's Days are Numbered. MVC perfect at 60. It was and three touchdowns. He over from 3 yards out and his roomie didn't talk will have a place reserved on
Health and Fortune can also the 29th Homecoming started the season'at 194 and' for a Ram touchdown.' How Coach's Racial Remarks about football until the wee somebody's football team,
be Yonr's when you know football for colorful Gramb now weighs 191. He has bettered ie Slocumb'B kick was hours of the morning. They

your Lucky Days. ling Glum Eddie Robinson. Simpson's 1,391 yards. blocked and Bob Bailey's NEWYORKs-WhenLewAl-' hustle You don't move. Ypu talk about pass receiving until K.C.( Chiefs McVea
PAT for I South Carolina cindor's high school coach don't do any of the things the wee hours of the morn-
Lucky Colors, Set. AIT Linebacker Colomin loves was the difference as the' Jack Donohue, used a racialslur you're supposed to d 0. log."And
Send for
$2.00 Guide your for Bulldogs maintained a 7-6 to psyche some extra "You're acting Just like a practices:...."Some- |I las The Real Power
Horoscope times I out by myself" and
lead hustle out of him In a game nigger. go
Rinnin lick In.Holi Just practice my moves, tryIng KANSAS CITY, MO.t:-Warren
.NOVEMBER Meeting I Two 15-yard penalties Donohue unknowingly lost Alcindor says be was stunned '
.1 helped the Rams :f ln their the young star's confidence and he fought off the Impulse to improve them. Some McVea has added a new dl-
Ine- 62 drive the first and to walk out. times I go out before our menslon to the Kansas CityChiefs'
7111'Ii the blank below and GREENSBORO, N.C.-L me, said Coleman. "In fact yard one any chance he would ever .
mall to ZODIAC Post backer Ralph Coleman of AliT I don't think that I would want being an Interference'call have to be his coach at college After the game, be adds, regular practice and sometimes offense and knows !It.
Office Box 1171 Jacksonville offers a pretty good studyfo to be here If it wasn't for the on Carlton Taylor, whowas ,according to Alclndor's Coach Donohue said to him: I stay after practiceand McVea said the Chiefs
'' of "See? B worked! Mystra- just work on my moves brought him over because he
Fla. 32201 the dual personality, 1 t' game. guilty holding Sylvester (copyrighted)autoblographyinSports
there Is such a thing A native of SputanburgS.C., Blng. Ken Burke's 20-yard Illustrated this week. tegy worked. I knew that If "When I watch games on TVI has the needed speed to get
strike to Ron Woods all the With this I used that word It'd shock watch the moves of the receivers out. He weighs 182 poundsand
,NAME' _L_ Off the football field, Coleman Coleman carries 229 pounds flrstofathree-part
to see what they are has run 40 yards In 4.2
is like the Jolly Green on his 6-3 frame. He's a solid way to the two-yard line set series In the magazine,F e r- you Into a good second half.
Melvin's'ID dinand Lewis And It did." doing and if it's good, ( practice second and 100 yards in 9.4.
Abdul Kareem
STREET- Giant. In football togs t h e mass of muscles, finely up ( ) "
sophomore! Is a terror b; opposing honed to do his Job South Carolina marched right Alcindor has at last broken That night] Alclndor and his that too. He suffered an Injury to his
DATE blockers an( backs. There's little doubt that defense back down the field, aided b y the silence that he had maintained parents made a firm decision: Strangely enough, the one thigh In a pre-season play.
OF
BJRTJI.- "Football means a lot to Is mainly responsible four penalties against the throughout his career he "would play out his string thing Jones does best he practices He has carried 23 times for
.- for Ait's 3-1 record. ThereIs Rams, to score with 0:18 left Working with SI author Jack with Power Memorial Acade- less.-catching: the ball 122 yards and a 5.3 average,
.. even less doubt that Cole- In the half as Burgess burst Olsen, this week be tells of my and Mr. Jack Donohue. But "I think catching is natural," highest among the running
".'66 CADILLAC SEDAN DEVIUE ........... $2795. man Is what makes. the Aggie over from the six for his first his childhood, his proudfami- that would be theendof.. he says. "Of course the more backs
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coMfott,EIECMIC CONIKX UOHI All'DIMMU.cornmcritp I defense click. TD.The ly tradition, how, beplUllug'In'thes1xth
A former defensive tackle, crucial play In the 58 grade, he was ,JI-; ';"
DORADO '4595'miUHMNGw Coleman Is really enjoying yard march was a 15-yard helped to develop Into a great
67 EL : fctwnf contra.I//I/I/IIIIFIlF11 C **'"IIMXCIIMAH' cor his new role. "When I play "roughing the passer" penalty basketball player at St.Judo'sSchool ,
tWtAHCOMOItWM' linebacker, he said, "I apt th, Rams, moving by Coach Farrell Hopkins
can see more and react to the pigskin all the way to the his gradual and shocking TONIGHTr

69 RAMBLER SST ............ 2595 it. My greatest thrill is to 8 yard line Two plays later, racial awakening, the details
W. AUIOMATIC IANMISKMI. MM. nilf MIEMM, All CONDI. see a' running back coming Burgess bounced Inside his of his secret break with his
..tICM."OIIYWAIIRAHrt.I'INL-, ) In the bole and meet him right tackle and waltzed Into high school coach and why he
.a: bead on." the end. The Bulldog PAT finally chose to go to UCLA.
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/ AIICOMCR 0' .kSEIUfa' HU""' gear In 4 AColeman ., day with 49 yards In 13 carries an opinion that I kept for
has been bothered toted over his secondtouchdown very long." His current analysis -
PONTIAC GRAND PRIX $2995 this season by a knee Injury. at 8:13 In the third of many of the unfortunate

All COfHMIHX.1110 All. DC GOOOII THAI MAfl" UP lilt GLAND, Returning to action against period, this time on a 6-yard occurances throug-
MIA" Maryland State, he picked up Jaunt also, capping a 44-yard, out ,his j years with Coach

67 CHEVROLET IMPALA SPT.CPE H..............?.$1995 Us third interception of the sustained drive. Donohue' which he describes,
YR,AIHOMAIK' :.IAN POM R iiiinwo,A'*tCMiwiiOM year and contributed half a Trailing 20-6, Willie Dixon, he realizes Is hindsight. But
61 CHEVROLET IMPALA SPT.COUPI -.._......... $J1HV dozen unassisted tackles. "do-everythlng" AllAmerican Iris reaction to the use of a
*"/(,AUIjtj\Altf.\ .MANU Itllit'. "I am becoming convincedthat candidate,ran back a kickoff racial slur during one game

67 FORD CALAXIE 500.........H.......................$179'' the coaches are right when 25 yards to give the Rams' was clear then and it hardened -
1. A'/.IIIO.' .v....".IWCn.AUIOMAIN.rMI' ltI'I"",."It they tell me to fall tack deeper good field position at their own his rejection of Dono

.". PONTIAC TEMPEST MissloraiMtRiiii..ka.4iNs1093 on passing situations. lam 31. (Melvin, playing his most hue;. K .rw
.. ItAIOM.MIOMAIK.' l ", getting more interceptions. ," outstanding of the year, burst The crucial event took place .
We Take Dead Where Other Refute Coleman said off tis tackle for 20 yards on during an unimportant game
Credit Approved on Spot lie told about playing Us position the first play from scrimmage Power Memorial was play- .! w Y'ykn.A? !. +.1v. t''yeCM'' _vI
: "Ifs coming up to meet moving the Rams Into 'D o g ing with St. Helena's in which
', the blocking guard, to hit him I territoryat; the 48. Burke Power was playing badly. At
: JR. S. EVANS before he gift me. shitting who bit on 17 of 30 for 196, halftlme Coach Donohue laced .
the first back that comes In yarelse.connected with Woods' Into Us players, one by one. .
,:.. 1f. : the hole" for II,'and came back two ,According to Alclndor's.a c- b
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( :3rd &.MAIN f plays later with a 12-yarder count, Donohue pointed to him e'' i e ii' ;

n4-lJl1 OPEN'T LtS: ,a443t9 .1.\****,.,\" to Eddie Wflsoo,moving Rams and saidi "AJII'oal! You go
fen to the 14,- Going toMel- oat there and you don't


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WE 11 mi PAPERS SATIHAT, NOVEMBER I,. 1111
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: If'..*.rf f..".".f I.. rdIIIl ... = Chvrcb Of Bearers VeferoRs Corner
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Tai ''il,. In. Stl e Q-I: am an eligible veteran

ir \ .., At. ChrisfWriffeH 's. ( -- EDITOR'S NOTE: Below are taking a correspondence
: atfhorltattve answers by the course Do I have to submit a Five Ministers
lip'" & --: IR Heaven. Veteran Administration to monthly certificate of attend

: .1... soen of the many current ance? Hit Bishop'sLaw
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E IA The 29th Annual Convocation ejueetions Iron former servicemen A-No, but you do have to
1 El wd Rte of the Churches of Christ and their families. submit to the Veterans Administration

= ,Written In Heaven will be Forther information on vet-' a certificate of Brooking
%1stUtrIIf held at the church 1430 Kings em benefits may be obtained lessons completed and ser CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1

i MtiaVU : = Road, from Monday, Nov. 3, at any YA office viced each quarter or every
through Sunday Nov. 9. Ch My VJ.Government Life three months. This card Is for Edward Waters College at
Intwance is paid but the annual conferences in
Superintendent Thomas up my partially completed by you.
U t tE I Brown is the cost pastor. wile has Just died I have The remainder of the card is September and October.
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I t city-wide pre-convocatlon ono children and no near relatives. completed by the school which These petitioners contend
A : ,musical will be presented .. I' really only need must certify to the completed that an Injunction is In order
E We Monday night. Tie famous Excelsior ',h enough Insurance to bury me lessons for that quarter. This because a revision of church
N IINWlIRlCAlIl E Singers will be featured. .j' f;';;.t..I'T.t'! "' Also I owe' money thatI card, when sent to VA, starts laws In 1968 "apparently Inadvertently -
There is no charge. :;ospel Bearers was the title chosen for these smlliaf Mice, would like to pay off. Can the checks coming. left out that provision
Honor D. Choir No. 2 of the Church of' all of whom were of valuable assistance to Bishop M.H Fra- 1 eheage'.y Insurance to Cj.-I am attending school 1 which provided f9r the
Christ Written In Heaven No. sler at the investiture ceremonies of members of the International Bert this situation? A: Yes under the G." bill. If I want Immediate suspension of all
...........................B1BI official acts of the officer
-. 2 will also be featured. This Love and Charity Spiritual Temple Inc.Sanity, October To* may borrow' against to Increase or decrease the with "
e 'great singing feast Is spon- 26, at the Emmett Reed Center Sixth and Payne. Tkty .your bBurance or yon may amount of semester or clock charged wrongdoing.
; 6.mim i sored by the National Evangelist are, from the left, seated: Mrs. Llllie Collier and Mrs.'Debra wish to cash part) of U in; hours, what do I have to do? Charges have been filed with
the denomination's
/ S Department. Elder US. B. Harris. Standing from left are Miss Annie Mae Btdluianl retaining the amount of protection A"Wuen changing your preUm1.nal1lDqu1rycommlttee.. However
James will be in charge. Miss Llllie B. Collier you consider neces status you must tell the VA.
:. : On Thursday night Nov. 6, sary. Yoi may also wish to A notice of change-ln-status these leaders say that
revise your beneficiary designation. they are at the arbitrary action -
the National and State Evangelistic form is available at most
: : Hour will be held. Winner American Jewish Q: I am a patientin schools or at your nearestVA of the presiding officer
VA and 100
a Hospital am
On Friday, Nov. 7, National office.
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percent ,disabled due to ser-< Q-I am a World War n Bishop Collins succeeded
Women's Day will be cele-[
a E brated. National Mother Mrs .Congress Seeks viceconnected"disability.. I veteran and have. a 20-year Bishop E.E. Hatcher who died
11 D. Blakely wilL be In charge. am receiving additional compensation Insurance endowment policy in 1968 before serving out.

3 for 11.95 E Er The grand March of $100.00 Closer RaclilTles for my daughter who which will mature In a few his term office, in a heated
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will take place at 8 pjn. will be II soon. If she continues months Do I have to take the conference to name a bishop
National Youth Day will be inscbool will benefits face value of the policy or canI to fill the vacancy Collins
r FIFTH 46.95 CASE! celebrated'Saturday, Nov. 8. CONTINUED FROM PACE 1 continue f,>r her? A: If your convert to another plan of was approved only after a

A h Dr. J.P. Jones will be in i It daughter is In school and UIH' .Insurance? series of behind-the-scenes

.....'..........................-: charge. The AJCongress leader married, your will additional continue compensation until A..You may exchange for a maneuvering .
Officials' Day will be observed praised Mr. Wllldns u "a policy of lesser cash value If '
: R f'f;, Italian Swiss Celeny Nov. 9. Presiding elders 'fighter a militant In the causeof she is ZJ. Also she maybe you present evidence of good YELLOW POWER
J v.ond Sun riiilmlntmatt
and national offlcerswill "'I Justice freedom and entitled to'+educational assistance health This must be done, none our
than Hun
:: BALI AI E be honored. quality" and as the gelding regardless of marital however, before the present .ilnce energy the beginning. man of iivilimtlon HMvlJ.
force behind the NAACP for status a.tle! rate of$130 per policy matures. .
M the last quartercentury.In month aftygjjgh school as the Q.-Can a veteran go to any
: WINE'BBUBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBli'E Ii Revival Ills response, the NAACP child of al totally t disabled vet school or take up any program RESTAURANT FOR SALE,
director counseled religious, eran. Application should b t he desires?
Busiest in town. $50,000
leaders not to heed the call submitted for this benefit. Q: A.-Yes. if the school or
for "reparations" from M- How can'I veteran,!! selling his program is approved by the yearly. W. State St. U.S..
: 7 tested and unrepresentativeblack home be', An&e.d of liability proper state education approving 1 near downtown. Sacri-
: Vz 199 groups but to give!their I on a VA' guaranteed loan? agency. fice price) 8000. Call collect -
MRS. McINTOSH support Instead to orgaalxa- A: One method is to require Q--I will be released from 355-0365. Loan can be
i: GAL. tlons like his and like the AJ'' the purcbueMo payoff the service this month. How soon obtained.

:;: When the women of Grant Congress "which have beet GI loe.B'<tJihls: own resources must I begin training under
: Memorial A. M. E. Church fighting the long and .ottra onto obtain anew the G.I. Bill?
made their final reports Sunj lonely battle for many decades loan. Anger method Is to A..Veterans released from FOR SALELot
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I' ." have an approved purchaser active duty after June 1. 196&
Distilled/ X flffrf day Mrs.Annie Mclntosh ,
in Scotland ,general For Sale 120x60 located
assume aiLUhe; veteran'sliabilities
1 I. chairman had a substantial Co-recipients' of the 1KI have eight years from the
Stephen S. Wise Award will .on the home andbays date of release from active on Brooklyn Road.
lead over Mrs.Esther
E QUARt TEACHER'S 9 io' : Milton, cochalrman.Mrs.McIntosh I Mr. Wilkins were braeft sumptlon the FA agreement approve theas-and duty in which to comple'i: For 353-0200 Information: Call after Phone 6:00.
won after Ambassador to the Unite heir G.I. Bill education and '
reporting
SCOTCH $557.00, with then Court of States, Yitzhak Rabia, aid specifically release the veteran training. There Is no deadline P.m.
.TP.ACIIFJ Roses reporting $1,749.34.HDYKOiUYd Bernard Zients; presides) cfGimbels from further liability for starting training, nor
3 'for 21.45 S New York. to the VA.' are there any restrictions a- NEW

i1. ............ 1 Rev. L. Ferry McNtal above Ambassador Rabin who received Q.-I am veteran attending gainst Interruptions. NOME'SCsvsriitiit
his award from Child husband World Warn
of conducta ( Q-My ,
Clarion Ga., Till college Does the law require
---129 ren's Court Judge Justin veteran died In 1958. We Ail Fir
that
: five-night revhal at the submit a monthly certificate
83.95 CaseBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB1BBBBBBBBBBBBBIBM First Tlmonthy Baptist HICK Wise Poller, honorary preet- of attendance? did not have any children. My
= etarajddy Aetu JuUis dent of the AJCongress National application for a widow's pension liw licem Fiiiliis
Church beginning Monday,November Mya r A -No, But during the last
: Women's Division, reIterated was denied at that time
3, and continuing vis yoracn amoi full month of, your quarter,
the Israeli position because I had been married 3 Bedrooms $200 Down
through November 7. Services SSPICApYsuL gmijy semester or term, you will
that peace must come u tt* my husband for only three Payment as low as
$63
will begin nightly at 8 p. m. 11 | vn noA AIM toythat's receive a certificate of attendance
-.Rev, R.L..ISmlth.1a; pastor.,_ result of direct negotiation which must be completed years. I am now unable to work: a month. 1123 Joseph, '
between Israel and the Arab and because of disability. Will this Street, ,East Jacksonville
returned to the
..''.. S states and must be embodied Veteran Administration-'u be 'a consideration if should Albert and Petway Build _.
in treaties that would melt son u possible Failure to reapply for a pension? ors Phone 724-8800. .

.... "recognition reconciliation complete and return this fQrm AIn Itself, your disability
':': and open boundar Ie..", will would not be a consideration.'
bar from
you future educational
I Benjamin S. Kalolck, a national However, a law passed 1967
II assistance.

;1 Congress vice, made president the presentation of toe Q-I have a G.!. loan on my riage liberalized requirement the five-year in effect mar at FOR SALE.
home. I want to borrow
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I"h: Busch;; baby anthropist to Mr.active Zients la, a Jewish phil 01 my equity in the home money for the death.time Now of a your widow husband's needs to "":0. '
my child's education Is
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: ., causes necessary to obtain approvalof have been married to the veteran .:;;;::
only one before his
l .:;":Ia.a4';, '. ; L HAnd I'm telling it like It Is. People today are moving the Veterans Administration death to meet year this pension

; :;: : ,;. .. .' on,up.-reaching out for the.best And the best is Busch;, ,ill............ A.-for No.such However a loan a?G.J, loan eligibility requirement. For
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information assistance in
.:::. .(: Premium brewed with costly barley, virgin hops. The : 'e : cannot be\obtained. for this reapplying for and a pension con-

1 I / ': : .. only popular-priced beer In America with in-brewed car- purpose. tact your nearestVA regional
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: {...t ,'.:,,' e : No Pep at Night Ke '
; ... ", : Donation (our own special way of putting fine bubbles 1 Vim or Vigor Poor HI, ,SALE IT INNER 'office.Q--I am a veteran of the Under New Federal ,Program*

; : '.::, in beer).The best popular-priced beer in America? That's .. Sex Marital Desires Relation lie S .Bedroosisva Car Garage Vietnam conflict with two 235-2,3 Wash and ills 4 Bedroom area. Unheardof homesIn

Busch, baby. And we can prove it." Iacccatibility. Oner will?,ftoaace after small years service and did not com- low down pay and low,low,
down Call JM67MTOOTHACHE plete high school before entering '
I payment : low monthly payments!
Check
J ., Look for the special Rosko display wherever you buy beer. : let us your show PROBLUB the. the service. Would I be
"h .. you way. able to finish high school at
:: a Confidential No.Obllaatlon. government expense? ,CALL OR VISIT

: IUSCH ...hm Anheueer-Butch, Ino., St Louie, Mo. A-.Yes. In fact, there is a

'I '': I E fiooo 'uiitna ,.WUJIL"T* III Nc MMhifjMliltl"Owft at Addiois rtCMWiindMint e'(wile special Vietnam program veterans set who up have'for 'SAlES OFFICE,

',;. P.O. Box 18-31) OM-l l iMoTyM ttpfMhMal not completed high school, VULCAN
MitmMt ."* *" INC.
:. : N.J. 0809 J" vtllN The financial assistance you
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