The Florida star
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Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: November 8, 1969
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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.calm on the Eastside where burning and looting broke 'that lead to protests and demonstrations.,,. !*! what's I
loverthe weekend. is that the conditions and teel.llijJl Just mentioned art not,
t how long will toe! tempera of deprived, frustrated Blacks fined to the Eastside sloes They are city and coety-
r. ilo cool or, how long'will peace and quiet' prevail is any ,There are some who feel that because of the do-life an
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lay,are of the opinion that another outburst' --:-even more', vllle ,is a prime ,area for 1 a''' branch of tke'Black Pantte 3,
ions than the last--can come at any time. <, The situation Is potentially serious, but t Stock\ Christmas:
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: as t result of poverty, sub-standard housing, poor .ers and city officials making positive moves to improve tilt
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,Elected .Second QuestionedOH up unless their administrators I
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; I Bishop Collins On Riot ActsBecause moves in the area
lr 1 lij. of Integration
of their suspected The United States Supreme
Aid Given participation In last week* Court' said, recently, In plain I
Hard-fought battles, battles at College outbreaks of racial violence, y Rr words, "Tha time is now."

the polls,followkgflery,some- looting, flrebomblngs, window Florida's Commissioner of
times biased, campaign The African Methodist Episcopal court case involving Bishop breaking, confrontations with Education, Dr. Floyd Christian -
speeches, led to victory for' George N. Collins, presiding prelate of the Eleventh Episcopal the police and clashes with said last weekend that
several Blacks, after the final District, and elders, has been postponed until MondaYNovem- the whites, in Eastside Jacksonville the Judges, upon revlewal of
tallying of votes In various ber 10, by Judge Henry F. Martin, Jr., of the Circuit Court 18 persons were i plans of various counties,
areas. Judge Martin had granted a temporary injunction to the accusers scheduled for arraignment in M 'fijN'1'F} "might become a bit more
Perhaps most significant Is the of the bishop Monday but immediately dissolved it after two Jacksonville courts Mon- drastic."
tight victory of the present mayor hearing from Bishop Collins' attorney. day. The Supreme Court has wiped
at Cleveland, Mayor Charles Two witnesses were heard Monday: These suspects were hailed out the philosophy of"with all
Stokes. However, according to A full-scale hearing prom- Into court following an outbreak deliberate speed." Mississippi
the Associated Press, Stokes ,Ised for Monday November 10. Friday, October 31, at has been told to desegregate"at
won by a narrow margin, 3,753. LO llshorellalPrlsl41. A courtroom full of ministers about 4:30 when I William. once." This has resultedIn
and laymen gathered at the Simmons, 23, a white driver I considerable grumbling,
1 court chambers Monday. AttorneyErnestJacksonrepre- for a tobacco company upon talk of private schools,'expressing ;

r .' NAACPlariqtierSpeakei seeing several! blacks tryingto W o5,, of fear of white par- I
-. c canted the plaintiffs and Attor- open the heck'of his ran .1 Mi rt ,ents as to relationships. between .
1 1'Tlle 1 fflayB4rold r Dat Attorney delivery true!' 'ftre Horace Hill represented Bishop black children and
I annual caliber tnagnum with considerable Just
banquetptthe Collins.' '
accuracy. prejudice.The .
Jacksonville Branch'of the Bishop F.D.Jordan and Bishop One of the slugs hit John" Riley \ft 14 listed in the news;.
National Association for the C.A. Gibbs were also at 20, 1139 Palmetto Street -t have a few more months to
Advancement of Colored People Bishop Collin's side listed as a suspect,in the low r get rid of vestiges .of prejudice -
will be the occasion, Those seeking the original the ,)
er right leg, shattering
Thursday November 20, at Injunction were: S.A.Cousins, bone. Immediately,it seemed, The 14 are : Alachua, Bay,
8'pm., at the Sheraton Hotel T.E. Sbehee, D.P. Mack, A.L. pandemonium broke loose. Brevard, Escambla Hills-
of the appearance of the Bennett, A. J. Reddlck and A crowd forced the whit 11 ,, __ borough, Indian River, Lee,
Honorable Thomas W. Glea Frank Allen driver to retreat into the store < Leon, Orange, Plnellas, Polk, I
son, Sr., president of t h e Briefly, they have charged where he had made a delivery. 1.' 't '" 1:. .' tf Broward, Sarasota and Volus-
116,000-member International the presiding prelate with Illegally Police were almost Immedi- '" !a.
WENDELL P. HOLMES, JR. Longshoremen's Associa- collecting unauthorized other counties are
ately on the scene. They took b. Thirty-two
.. In Jacksonville Wendell tion, In a speech of major. importance church funds; Illegally Simmons to'Jail and booked .compliance In other words,
:,Holmes, educator and business, transferring ministers with- him on a murder charge. Ril- The top pictures above show graphically' what happened during the riot pa the Eastside In there are not evident any racially j!
man won over his opponent by President Gleason, native of out giving the required noticeof ey was taken to Duval Medi- Jacksonville following the shooting of black suspects by a white delivery truck driver on identifiable characteristics
:About 3 to 1 In the race for the Greenwhich Village, N.Y., is 90 days; and Illegally cal Center Florida Avenue. Shortly after the shootings Friday Blacks went on a rampage, looting, break in their operation They
:board of education. Holmes became the oldest of thirteen children, transferring churches from The anger of the black popu- ing windows, sorting out merchandise and liquors. The top scene shows men and women are: Charlotte, Holmes, Monroe
the first Black to be 19 and Is the grandson and son of one district to another. lation Increased to riotous helping themselves to televisions, furniture and household appliances. The bottom scene and Okeechobea. Eight
honored.Mr. Irish dockworkers. He bas The case has taken on add- proportions. A delivery truck shows Jacksonville police on call at a coffee shop where they were stationed in one of the counties have been deferred.
Holmes received 2,929 performed every longshore ed proportions. According to and another vehicle were overturned major confrontations. Several victims of bullets went to hospitals;One service station employee Four counties, with 8,962
votes. His white opponent, who man's task and, upon rising the press the charges were Rocks, bricks,verbal died from a heart attack Damage and loss.were estimated as high. Sporadic out- students, have lost funds, .
entered late in the race, received through the ranks, was banned sent to the general church epithets, were everywhere in bursts followed.on Saturday and Sunday also. namely Baker, Lafayette,Tay i
1,111. The ,race was in headquarters on one day. A the air. lor and Flagler. \
1932 Union
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.District 4. When contacted, ganising., or- suit was filed by the plaintiffsthe Another casualtyJerry Simpson -_. _._ ... The biggest single problem is

Holmes expressed pleasure at The late Franklin Delano Ro- next day. 'The opinion has 18, 761 Spearing, approached Powell Scores the abolition or integrating i
the outcome. He is calling fora osevilt's election returned been expressed that this was a police car and 'lham 3 X of all-black schools, the last '
stronger concentration of action Gleason to the docks. Therehe done in order to circumventthe showed be bad been shot He r vestige of the segregated \
on vocational education and worked as organizer, as exhausting ofsuch matters was taken to a hospital! As Lower Judge's tem. There has been an I increase
for programs to teach Job skills vice prisldent and was elected,, before the local church The rumors spread the crowds in dlsegregatloa this
,as well as for responsible to the presidency in 1963. He elders It was felt, wanted. togo gathered in number, men, Ison Rule year, according to reports.
student Involvement in board is known, and has been cited, straight to the top. women, children. Case Decision) Georgia was supposed to put
,decisions. On Monday Ernest D. Jack- Church 18 per cent oUts students
as an anti-Communist, by the Pic 'N Save store on
A loser was Thomas Atkins; American Legion, by the VFW son, attorney for the petitioner street was a major buildingand On R into mixed schools. Of
repeated his request for NEW YORK-The Impeccable -
only Black member of the Bos- and by Catholic and Jewish business victim. It was 1,500 school districts in the
a temporary order stayingthe oftabsentfromCongresslawmaker South, 133 lost federal funds.
ton Common Council, who lost War Veteran completely looted. BlackSe-
groups bishop's act until church Adam Clayton Pow- A black Muslim has charged that he Is being prevented from Florida integration has been
to the biased Louise Day Hicks, He in South Vietnam in curlty guard Johnny C. Harris
was courts could act. Hal A.Davis triedto ell is, through lawyers, asking exercjslng the tenets of his faith in Raiford State Prison Prison estimated at 30 per cent' hf
opponent of busing. Mrs. Hicks 1965 as an advisor on the de- 35,1236 West 15th,
and Horace L. Hill, attorneysfor the UnltedStatesSupremeCourtto Director Wainwright is the respondant.
received 53,732 votes, Atkins, of in the move customers and e employees
'congesting cargo the bishop, stated Conclusively order the District Court in On the basis of the complaint Wes
'33,592 votes. Eighteen candidates port of Saigon He was appointed from the firing line. services No record has been Computer ,
that they considerthe New York, to hand down a ruling United States District Judge ...
nine seats.In Harris shot and sent to < -'- ..
were vying for vice president of the was kept of the number of Muslims
whole matter "before the that he is entitled to $55,000 in Charles R, Scott said tues-
.Waterbury, Conn., Boswell five-and-one-half million St. Luke's hospital in the prison. According to 1
back pay and to cancellation day that he will schedule a
Trovers,' black civil rights member AFL-CIO Maritime Presides /fatality attributed to the of a fine of $25,000, all growing hearing. information from the office of
937 votes in the In 1967. confusion was the death, by
polled Director
leader Trades Department. Louis L,Wainwright,
from his exclusion from the William 3 X, known as Will-
three-pronged race for mayor.He also, he represented the 14 heart attack, of Ralph Tyre, Ninetieth Congress lam Forbes, is the complainant. respondant, the plaintiff was
the Citizens for Progress million AFL-CIO members at service station operator at
ran on permittedtowrltet to a Mus-
The Supreme Court tub con- Judge Scott will bold the,
Ticket and lost. the Vietnamese Confederation 5:30 Friday. lim ..organization s I
: cluded that the exclusion of the bearing in order to resolve: concerningthe r'va' r r.M
-in' Dayton Ohio, Black Law- of Labor Convention Saigon.. More than 100 policemen were nationally known lawmaker was conflicting evidence between: services of a minister.
lence'Nelson, foundry worker,; After that the official became in the area.Fireswere every' unconstitutional The case was' the prison and the petitioner. The prison later refused to .
,lost to white millionaire Dave, president of the Port Coordinating where. returned to the judge who ruled Forbes' contention that prison go through with the plan because -
Hall in the race for mayor. Councils of the AFL- The manager of the First the according to Wainwright
exclusion legal, namely authorities used his money
,Hall received 22,486 votes,Nelson CIO Martime Committee. Street Liquors, largely patronized the expense wouldbetoo
Judge George Jr. Judge to order books for him,
10961. These councils represent by Blacks, skipped the The .
great. organization Sry 4
Hart, dismissed the' which books never arrived,
._ In Glasgow, Kyn Republican: more than 200,000 ship officers premises when the approach case Jr.rbad, The Jurist an-. was dismissed by the Jurist. contacted asked that the Muslims -
Luska' J. Twyman, the state's ; seamen and longshoremen ing crowd drew near the store. nounced that the High Court According to Judge Scott,pri- proceed without a minister nI .
>first Blact mayor, was electedto who serve in virtuallyall The mad blacks Invaded,clear- .
simply "danced around h
lM,1t that son records show that t e
serve'another term. This ships bearing the U.S. ed the shelves, distributed the issue like a ballerina" books ordered. Any Further revelations point out
predominantly white town, with, flag liquors and beverages and looted -. Congressman Powell was delay in were their delivery would that Forbes has been denied
;a population of some 10,000, is He became a member, by the money till. By that time warned by Judge Hart that his be the fault of the booksellers permission to hold services I
:"the home of Governor Nunn. election, of the AFL-CIO the manager ,was close to claims for since November of 1968. The
money go beyondhis and not of the prison.
.The vote: Twyman, 1,593,Bar Council at the eight biennial CHARLES L. FIELDS home. original lawsuit. He said According to William 3 X,inmates officials deny this, saying that
''low Bapp, white, 1,156. convention in Atlantic City. NEW ,YORK--The Eleventh Other businesses suffered that the expanding of proceed- wanting to convert t o Forbes asked for permission Floridian, graduate of
R1chard'Austin The NAACP two Recruiting SemInar Harold Gibson, black administrative September of this Officials
'in sponsors Professional year -
Detroit ings might lead the governmentto his faith are stopped because Florida AIM, Mrs. Rosa B.
Black city auditor lost to Officer had-ral.lol affiirseach for Black professionalswill assistant to the counterclaim for $46,000 in they are required to submit, further say they are Johnson, shown above,' has
Gribbs, white, In a furious, year. This year's annual banquet be held by Recruiting mayor was given credit for allegedly misappropriated to interviews and to write making efforts to provide services successfully completed an
battle. Gribbs campaigned on a Is co-chaired by Mrs. Management Consultants, Inc. aiding in somewhat" cooling funds compositions These actionsare ,eight-week program of intenslvti j
.platform of law and order. Mildred Bradham national. foremost company specializing the atmosphere. '\ The Solon's lawyers, Attorney not required of ..other Judge Scott has expressed training In computer
.Only recently did Atlanta elect president llaynard" Jackson,black,as vice'I,I Sorority and.national president ployment, in the Sheraton- sporadic outbreaks Arthur Klnoy, in asking for a'. 3X. involved. He added Missouri RoUa.. Dr. RalphE. I''
of the Pan-Hellenic Biltmore Hotel, Atlanta, Ga., Mayor Tastier said Moadiy'that that the issue Involves a touchy
writ of
mayor.X mandamus,reminded the According to the East Unit Lee, director commended I
Council, and by Mrs Lois 27-28,1970. he has no power to d I- First Amendment and that because
in February
Other mayors, already Supreme Court that Judge Prison chaplain N.L. Redding Mrs. Johnson, an assistant
/'/Mayor" Dollarbide California, Avery,.treasurer, of the Jan .was announced by Charles L, root police action during riots., Hart's position "frustrated the the procedure is used for all., of the evidence, a hearing professor of mathematics at'
jlfayor Evers of Mississippi, NAACP C. Lenwood Lee is Fields President, who says The mayor emphasized that the' opinion and mandate of toe court William 3 X contends that must be held to determine ,albany State College Mrs.,
j Mayor' Howard Lee of Greensfjwro branch' president.'Tickets are "The Black professional is charter of the Bold New City and raises issues even more his constitutional rights are whether a Muslim program Is Johnson Is a native of Tampa,
of Xenla on sale. The public: is' la-i: the key to today's minority- government gives him authority being established in accord
N.C,.The mayors fundamental than the initial decision being violated. He contends a member of the Mathematics
,Ued. The banquet will be held group employment ,problems only to act In 'the closing that his group has been prevented with prison security and prison Association of America and a

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Published by The Florida.Star..Puibllsnlng Compo f I.""' ', YOI.
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I cC TODAY Whitier .

MEMIER, r / wileD United Funds and Community
i time of year
This 11 the
l for funds. Clt1zel1S aU over
NttJRO' RNAtIONAL Chests launch their annual pockets to contrlbut. to th1s
the country are
organization, 1n the knowledge that their
: central tund.ra1s1nc lervlce orean1zaUons 10 their town,
c4 will to commun1tJ
cUts go wW benefit their
ERIC 0. SIMPSON..JANAGIN EDITOR n 'I. aDd that their once-a-year donations

,, and nelibborl.

HILDA VOOTEN.CIRCBLATION MAjlAtER t This. year Some, United though,Fund there campaip are some haft been beset Dy small,

but. vocal, opposition by some
who the wort
MAILING ADDRESS some Fund agencies do.

A prime target of such at"I
P.D. BOX 5SS JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 3220)) tacks are agencies whose work'r
Is primarily carried out In the t&I1etto
OFFICE 2323 MONCRIEF ROAD such as Urban Leagues ",

or anti-poverty agencies.
PHONE 35HI82 4 There are always some people 4 e
W who 'don't want to pull their
AnT i fair share of the load by con- a
MIAMI, OFFICE' son 1.1.7t. H trlbutlng to United Fund drives
that benefit their communities
PRONE 75138791P t. 7e but It's dangerous for them to

u / ,, attack such important agencies
;, as a cloak for their own stinginess -
ODeT1:; $12.00 Half Year, $7 00 Mailed To Yoa firs UNEMPLOYMENT Pm doing them a favor by as-' '

tt f'.pwbere fo The United States ,' ;- ,, sumlng that stinginess at the
ACCEPTABLE bottom of these attacks. Actually I
,Subscription Payable In Ad gCe It looks more wort.WHlTNtY like on- : M. YOUNG, JR' ,
varnished racism at
SECRETARY OF THE In large city, .0mepol1cemenaal4theJwoul4D't contribute
Send Check,Or Money Order Tb:FI RIDBtJn&O.BOJC599rnrio! ;. TREASURY-KENNEDY." to the Fund because the Urban League was a beDeftdary. The

done: i. League, they said. had dose contact with militant crOUPS. ,
JACKSONVILLE FLORWA'8Z' Incident that cot these dissenters hot and
ty \ Well, the specific
1 44ow.. bothered actually toot place at the request of city officials and
rMu's cooled oft a tense situation last summer\ H anything, it proved

the Leape' value to the community ,
ACCEPTABLE TO WHOM. ? And the Leape'l share of the United Fund budget 10 that town
Litter Waste comes to less than one per cent with 69 other agencies
Isn't getting the support
getting the ), the League
Costs ': ',' It needs to be more effective in solving the problems that are
Money eroding our urban communities
I At a time when top priority must go to the main urban problem ,
spots, too many Funds make their allocations without really S
Thoughless citizens known u "Lttterbugs'j cost the American assessing the community's needs and priorities. ,,
taxpayer 50 million dollars each year and detract from the nat- YOUR WEEKLY Certainly the community organization, housing, employment, '
ural beauty of our community, highways,and surround I n C.. and other programs of the Urban League and similar agencies '
Worst still, this situation seems to prove that mankind is basically I have greater Impact on the community and mean more to the

an animal who thrives among waste, filth, I and unwholesome city's health than some projects carried on by organizations.

conditions. BioUwl fIt working In less crucial areas.
is shameful the trail that our l lltterbugs,leave behind them: HOROSCOPE GUIDE Fortunately, many Funds appreciate the need to change their :s
littered paper, food, bottles, and cans. This trail can be seen ; : priorities and are responding to the urgent needs of the central I
in every Fprest Preserve, on every highway! in every community cities Other Funds may fear the kind of backlash we've mentioned g
and you Just name the place. above
This state of affairs exists because a minority of humans are But they shouldn't. United Funds have been through this kind 3
thoughtless; careless, and sometimes too lazy to clean up after IV PAILO THE ASTROLOGER of thing before.BacklotheI950'after the Supreme Court deX I

themselves. We see the litter carelessly strewn over the vision: banning school segregation, a wave of backlash swept |j
/fioor, of many of our factories. Where trash cam are provld- the South. !

1'ed, workmen throw the paper on the floor Instead of In the can WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS : Some Funds, under pressure from White Citizen's Councils, }I
right under their noses. refused to support interracial groups like the Urban League.' S
The; poet said that "man is a little lower than the angels,"but They're sorry and ashamed about that dismal period now. { '
we should like to add but "Just a little above animals and FOR BUSINESS -. LOVE'J.RAVEL? Especially since they saw other Funds,under more courageous 5 ;

beast Yes, even many animals clean up after themselves. i' .' leadership, resist the racists with no drop in contributions X
We have seen the blight of litter In every town. May we urge Fund leaders In towns experiencing such backlash today need ",X I
you to profit from the mistakes of others. At least we shouldbe to stand firm against it. Now It's black and interracial orpn11 1
concerned.-about lovecjng the tax .hJll,of.ourcltlzensr tomorrow it will be Catholic $
t rations, that,,are,being attacked;
So,Set ts dfeaVmf afttf ourselves and kdep-tnr surroundIng '.' ,t" CANCER .a. LIBRA"' < ''""ee.lnelwIMruen8 or Jewish ones; and before long;the kooks will be screaming .> I

beautifjiU\, ,' .WVGJTt : '- : about:YMCA M-XWCA u they did not so long ago. ,
BORN MUCH' DORK *, ,, .idl ,"'(;...):.11. 'l'2 .. ; !
.. JUNE x taAin'BORN'SEPT'Y '
vat" Mt : Into the
a* >., \\WW: .: ", I" 'I .. ,' Now lithe time to Bold the toe and not give bigots'i i
., who don't speak foc4be enlightened Interests of the total com :
APRIL 22" JILY 22ii I'I'munltJ.
27(1( 18th ; 23rd OCT. 23ri And now is the time for citizens to help support their :
Dr. Ralph David Abernathy local Fund drives, and to insist that top priority In fund distribution
K go to agencies doing the most relevant tasks facing
9th-15th: Don't give out 9th-15tb: Be both. One gth-lSthlfs: : your security. 9th-15th: Stiffen resistance.Not the community. Mr. Young is the author of the newly publishedbook
The Michigan Chronicle has prepared a commendatory editorial While the new lunar phase *doesn't have to be unfeeling .Loved ones, mate,or other key only should you maintain "Beyond Racism"
on Dr. Ralph David Abernathy, eminent director of the focuses much of the attention to be practical A little sea associates mayhave to be call. the state of alert that was advised
Southern Christian Leadership Conference. The,Star takes this of personal and joint, monetary timent in the right place will ed short If they are acting selfishly durlnt the first quarter
our readers. Interests, it also sound ,endear one to those close by. and endangerlngperson- but you should sharpen I t. Watch Out Children
Dry DavideAbernathy is now securelyrixetedln! the seat a warning Whether somebody Logical conclusions will enable al and Joint security as a result. Whether It is a loved one who For ,

of national leadership after It months of wandering In the wilderness Is trying to get you to back anew one to know when it is Simply take the stand is putting on the heat,your We
of mourning for Martin Luther King TIle tributes enterprise, or you are time to stop, and to concentrate that you are acting for their self, or Just circumstances are deeply concerned about the vulnerability of children
ovations he received the 12th annual convention of the South- trying to launch your own!, it on making life livable own good as well as yours. If the need for self-mastery Is to the possibility of death at the hands of careless drivers on
era Christian Leadership Conference assured Abenathy of the looks like risky business no- Instead of cloyingly sweet they want to make an issue of accentuated' on the 10th. Even our streets. We mean the fellow who ride up to the traffic
confidence In which he is held by the Conference membership matter which way you look ((9th). We nearly all can number if, it appears wiser to face it friends whom you have held light and skids his brakes, who speed through a playground as'
He has been Jailed at least four times since assassination at It. While most everyone among our friends an individual -' than to resort to attempts at in esteem could take sides If he had no sense,' and who often takes a dare and runs

of Dr. King on April 4,1968. These arrests were made by the prefers to think of most or two who are mainly pacification that,may only encourage against you, for varying reasons through This a red light to beat the fellow who has the right of way.
police u a means of preventing Abernathy from leading demonstrations pleasant things on holidays selfish and self-centered. them lo make even' which they may not see kind of driving makes no sense. The National Safety
against inequities committed against black labor. it may be necessary to Chec As long u they leave us alone greater demands!! next time fit to reveal. This could be Council has estimated that accidents claimed the lives of
the accounts, ledgers, or* ; we can to get over 1 .OOO children in 1968. This has led one Insurance
He neither whimpered cried for mercy. ; manage This Is a wonderful thing to more disappointing than anything -
I He is enough of a fighter, of a crusader to anticipate and accept whatever seems to be; out of' along with them., remember this month, for else with which you feel company the chances to compile a list of things parents can do to lessen
the ,consequences. of his actions with the kjnd of unruffled order..l.Ieslde'"whfle: It.. this may save you from getting -, ,capable of CoplDc.1be1usualxr an accident In their families Some Include:
Is true of
stoicism that Is the hallmark of genuine leadership. Hell Is comparatively, simple toUt This particularly into situations where you 1. See that your children don't play in the streets. '

traveling the same high road that Martin, rK1nctraveled the knot, It can be complicated ,'Cancerians their own lives who, to want love to whom run would do all the losing and have to struggle harder than E. When children are riding la a car, Insist that they keep.
and is obeying the sameimplusesthe Inner law that had suffering while someone else the average for limited gains seated.
expensive and a of *
and to be free
: moved King to stake his life in, "struggle( for freedom, drawn-out process. they restraining please, ties, Is pocketing the benefits,monetary that appear Insufferably slow 3. Place all children under four in a' safety. restraining ,
equity and Justice. \v;,: any r'otherwise.Z20t468499. in comlnf. device.
y, Abernathy however, is not King. He has not the 0' flamboyance, 4. Children on bicycles should use car.tret.roads u much. ,
.the oratorical gift the emotionalism of the founder of the Southern 1-40-13-99-23-114 3-20-15-77-66-222( 7-70-19-33-63-876 as possible.
Christian LeadershlpConference..But Abernathy a master u 1, 5. If used on busy streets, children's bicycles. should be
logician who marshals his facts with impressive, dignity and well-lighted and equipped with good brakes. '
earnestness. He has unbounded faith In the cause in which he Is TAPIRS : ': IEO' SCORPIO, ,. I AQDARIDS 6. Children riding vehicles: should be Instructed, VIe law
leading his people and the relevant courage to accomplish his of traffic.
messianic mission DDRN APRIL, BORN IDLY DORK OCT.ftl BORN 'JAN Of course we may consider: cart most harmful, but parentscan
Slowly but surely he Is gaining In popularity influence watch out for their children In other ways. Cart off all,
King did not get national recognition overnight No man does. 2Dtk MAY 2Dtk 23RD'- ADD., 22iltth15th MOV. ,22ii 20th FED. lltith15th abandoned refrigerators; keep children away.from, constructionsites ,
Abernathy has the qualities that make for lasting leadership. after the workmen leave the Job. .
In time, events will hoist him Into the forefront! of the black 9th-15th: Don't invite It' READERS OF THE! NEWSPAPER( be surf that, yon do your
..' movement for freedom and equity. 'x While this is an age when' : Outwit"th m. It's 9th-15th: Ifs tense This and > : It Is the rule.When share in warding oft accidents! '
,Michigan Chronicle. people feel that they have not Just a matter of being'carried the next quarter hold many pro one says a person has Influence -
more rights to be individualistic away on the spur of blems and difficulties thatwill it generally Implies ,
and to express ,their the moment, but what may be call personaIendurancuDil that he or she has money.This
opinions it still be the ensuing consequences. fortitude to counteract. The is about all it takes in this A
Oar Amy : hazardous., can If anyone'somewhat That is the thought to keep new lunar phase reveals that modern world. But when one II|| College Stideit Sptiks,, ,jl J'

f. defies authority that ii in mind before precipitation a you alone will have to handle'' comes down to it, U Is not as "

Heroism Aid Scandal strongly armed, it can be. showdown of a family, partnership family and public relations of Impossible task. Some Aquarians I. Dr Diris Bnri.NP1H ,I
counted to hit back to our or competitive nature such a way as to keep them may now be rebelling -
((9th,10thX) tt could take: from being shattered Into
dismay or at late for not having provided
We are waiting to learn what will happen to the Big Army disadvantage. what seems forever to end fragments (9th). If wed, do them with what they to- this nation to Pot, It won't be we became too
Brass allegedly Involved in the sensational congressional what U only takes a fleeting what you can to protect your hive to be their doe. immoral, but i because we started acting so silly.
disclosures and kickbacks and other corruption In the operation !, .., second to start.TJ.80184488789. marriage. Last summer, during the Democratic National convention, I i
of non-commissioned officers' clubs In
Georgia watched hipple types
policemen .
o. heads
Germany and South. Vietnam by a group of veteran Army tawunt Iatocrackingaome I
Thee &eel. "
Sergeants. GEMINI' MO-13-77-32-718 5-50-17-55-98-111 than It an
wu Immoral it
: or glorious, occasion,
The Army; sergeants ; like every other citizen, ought to be .. a stupid acene. I
considered innocent until proved guilty. ,_ DDRN I MAT vuBsNM police confrontation (before remember thinking u f left the.hipple- I
Some Judgment of sorts has been rendered by the Army Itself 21t SAtlTTARIIS : PISCES much waste of human things really cot hot): ,
n did this when it took back Ugh military decorations JUNE 21st'9th15th at:: eneroIHowdumb 4,Is just to yeU.

previously awarded two of the principals in the case, retired IN.2Jrl BORN NDV. DDRN FEB The recent labor strife In -

MaJ.-Carl C. Turner and Sgt. MaJ. William O. Wooldridge. : Up and at 'em. H, .' $EPT. 22.9th1151h .. 23rd DEC. 21st Ittl MAR.:, 21th jobs in the homing trades union Chicago reveals over the Black same demands dumbness fort
,Ironically the first,man selected as the Army's top non-com. you have been a, little slow, Both Black Job teeters and whIte
We are DOW aware,that the Army will have to take steps to rolling up your sleeves to ,out of themsel' Job holders ate:making fools

Improve supervision of its service club system U public confidence tackle a Job that has to be \ :'It'. .'jur: future. 9th-15th: Better not The new I i9th-l5th-l There's no'such Each group Is merely! cutting M the streets aDdi stirring
not to mention the confidence of GI Joe who pays the done, make up your mind not While it is possible to start. lunar phase now being Initiated thing While absolute security racial tension for who-tnows-what! lip up,
tab for graft Is to be restored In the operations of these :to be deterred any longer u' most anything, it is not always stresses the inner person con Is said to be the goal of soclety -' Blacks hold a rally 10 the loop and bar good whites'reason,;. return. the
Clubs. : soon U the first .workday. id our hands to control thereafter fidential activities, handicaps u a whole who can claim favor bJ staRlnr a "d who
A few things are clear inthit situation. One is that the club signs in. Any number of excuses A small camp blaze can and reserves of strength You that it can ever be obtained? attending a federal hearing 011 job 41scr1ml.Dat1OA that blocks Blacks from
system lent itself,to the kind of graft and corruption now being can always be found to, turn into a raging forest fire will need plenty of the latterto n can have so many meanings Both Blacks and Ihewhltes claim tobu. charp.
charged TiM sergeants who ran the club evidently had shirk but that out to different they .tand Iltue,but trlnteret
naturally yon are runs of control A cope with some rather provocative so many people for bas louW been <
u almost complete free ,band! td"operate what has been described the one who will have to foot, minor spat can become a long- people or situations To some it Implies not having behaYtor and mindless condo ,lost In a fresh. .beep.,'of, .stupJ4,'
u a.'"khaki:Cosa 0 Nostea," How they have gotten ttw bill and nobody else..This drawn out and ruinous lawsuit (9th,10thX) If there Is something to do a lick of work and The. glory of the civil-rights ',
la u deeply as they did ,with laiy minimum supervision 'is that still .. moveeiemdaisedtolti i i*' mOral
: a sort of reckoning time finally overwhelms those to be done that appears'dangerous getting paid for it. Ifeverybody When the IIt-tns
from higher-ops is hardlythe; :'mldor, shocking' aspect,of.the ; 'when chronic wishful thinkers who started it. The gist of don't tackle it a-. i starts thloting'In thin(," the ***"< aDd freedom rider.."** theirtIIeJ
doE WhatI'
;. whole :aal1 ; ./. may be brought down to earth :the whole story simply bolls lone or without consulting thee such terms, who will b e were ? had to respect
(.. We must be too hasty lo form ,J Judgement until allot, :Jrlth a Jo down to this.,, experts. left to pay for_tiZ9.30.16v55 But the anti-everything
,} ...., proteatera'ot toQay are"icsmnelb r
the facts are la' and until the"Army has bad i chance to: el5e..Tay Cooed ;
vindicate lUelf of this sordid affair' 3-30-18-45-798 UDr table but of tbelr way to be, lICIt only uIOra1 and .
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",[Veterans Counseling Service Gets $25,000 Grant Fropi( Rockefellers Fund II

t Veterans Can RegisterFor Woolworth Trains More Yes All ,TalkBY We Veterans;
1970 AttendancePRINCETON authoritative answers by the
MARCUS H. BOULWARE Veterans Administration tc
$ tome of the many current
: Things To Avoid Questions from former servicemen
N.J.s-The Graduate Information and COUIlS and their families
tog Service for Black Veterans has been awarded $25,000 by 1. Loud talking and obnox- Further Information onveter-
the Rockefeller Brothers Fund to expand Its facilities for advising ->
\ ious noises. 2. Discourteous ana benefits may be obtained
Black veterans on the graduate and professional school \w conduct losing temper 3. at any VA office
opportunities available to them. The Service, a program of the t Unconventional actions(chew- Q: Can a veteran go to any
Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation, is available log gum In public). 4. Discussion school or take up any program
without charge or obligation. of private subject he desires?

Prospective graduate sty General Studies at Columbia. matter In public. S. Una-op At Yes, If the school or program
dents whoreglster for the Service University. "With many grad .' erative conduct (filtering Is approved by the proper
,,will,'If eligible, be considered -, ,uate and professional schools I streets with watse). 8. Displaying state education approving
for the Foundation's committed to increasing their t affection I n public agency.Q .
own'Martin Luther,King, Jr. Black enrollment and with a (even If It Is your thing). : A veteran's former wife
Fellowships for Blacks Veterans large number of Black veter Die's speech and actions received his G. L. Life Insurance -
.They will also receive ans seriously considering the A must coincide; that Is, if you payment after he died
Information on the Increasing option of continuing theiredu- are concerned about the Impression while his widow and children
number plotter graduate fellowships cation there developed a real f you make In public. received nothing. How can
offered to Blacks and national clearing- an. 1 this happen?
need for a :
The Four Factors Of
on {the graduate and profes- house of information for both i Speech A: Toe veteran evidently
sional schools which have admissions -. the schools and the service- I Just as housewives must named his first wife as the
policies favorable to men", Mr. Burroughs said.* \ know the necessary Ingredients beneficiary, perhaps neglectIng -
members, of minority groups Veterans and those still 1 n ___ of bread In order to make to change the designation'
It is'estimated that about 4,000 service who plan to attend It good bread, so also the public when be re-married. The law f
Black'servicemen college graduate or professional speaker must know the necessary require VA to pay Insurance
degrees' 'in separated frpm schools In 1910 may register of factors good speech benefits to the beneficiary
the military each year. with the Service by writing to in order to haveLa speech. named by the Insured. Responsibility -,
The new Director of the Mr. Hugh C. Burroughs, Director The characteristics of man's for naming the
Gradual Information and Graduate Information speech are: Intellectual, correct beneficiary rests with
Counseling Service Is Hugh C. and Counseling Service for, social, visual, apqtditory, the policyholder. ..1
.Burroughs, who Is also Assistant Black Veteran, Woodrow Wil- It Is easy to lortWW necessary Q: What can I do to hurry a- i
Director of the Martin son National Fellowship Foundation factor for each characterise long my educational subsistence -
Luther King, Jr. Fellowship Box 642, Princeton. :. Observe(that: I.The checks? I
Program.; Mr.Burroughs was New Jersey 08540. auditory characteristic demands A: Lose no time in submitting -
formerly Assistant the Dean voice; 2.; The Intellectual the Certificate of Eligibility I I
of Students at the School of demands thought; 3. The you received from tee
social characteristic demands VA to the proper school official
language; 4. The visual char- for completion. Make
.thee Changed! A Man 'acterlstlc demands body. certain be returns It to VA
: --- .- ; Though) Is the one factor of as soon as possible. Upon
-L speech that makes human oral receipt of this certificate,
!nP+a .. communication different from the VA starts you allowance j
:;,r.w; ..t1--- ... o>L.. ,_- __ '''' ---- that of animals. Without checks. .
CAREER-BOUND management trainees with the FW.Woolworth ed trainees with latest retailing techniques. Allot the young met thought man would speak no Q: My husband has become :
Co. are shown at a recent orientation meeting sponsored by the are Woolworth assistant managers and look forward to rapid advancement better than other animals> permanently and totally disabled
company's North Central regional office. The session, held at a with the international company. In the background are as the result of Injuries
Chicago Woolworth store, was conducted by Aubrey C.Lewis (far other Woolworth people who participated in the tra1n1n sesslon. AFRO-SLANG sustained In an automobile
:NElTOM.eiuuur right), executive office personnel representative,who famUlarlzI Every occupational group, accident. He was In the f
entertainers, and leaders of service from 1959 to 1961.
'a 101E01Citv' ; Florida Junior ,movement and style develop a Is he eligible for a nonser-
5 -j Ghana Prime Minister Says language of their own for the vice connected penslonfrom'
y College Courses purpose of communicating In the Veterans Administration?
"groove," or doing their thing. AI: No. To be eligible for a ,
Florida Junior College a t Naturally black power.Is no pension for a nonservlce connected -
Future Program Will Be' Jacksonville, an the Cumber- exception. disability, t veteran
land and Southslde campuses, READERS: Address your let must have service during a
__ will begin a six-week evening ters to M. H. Boulware,Florida period of "war." Service
short-course program on No- A&M University, Box 310 after Jan. 31, 1955, a Ii 4

Based Otljojjdjelationships! vember 10.Courses .are two and one- A, Tallahassee, Fla. 32307. prior call peacetime-not to Aug. 5, 1964"war", Is 1

half hours long, from 7:00 p.', 41/.... --.service.WinstonSalem. '
ReAe'lida'Suggests m. to 9:30 p.m. A registra \
Dr. tion fee of $5.00 is required. Grant Memorial.S'unday.Ser'ce.
Registrations will be made -
from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m., Mon- .
Carmichael Look Elsewhere T "C.n
day through Friday, at Build ; Q'ifAj; ; n l
10 MOM t ing 94 on the Cumberland cam -Nortkl'
beb "
; .ubr eM funds I '
e'71 dy'y a ppa WASHINGTON-. K.A. Busla, newly-elected Prime Minister of Cihana, t3polie bttort the pus and at the Switchboard on Services will begin at Grant Carolina ALT warmed up for
National Press Club In Washington recently Dr.Busla Is the first African leader to gain the Southslde campus. Memorial A.M.E. Church with ,what Aggie coach Hornsby Howell -.
power: from a military government through democratic elections. Dt. Busla. has said he Is Courses will be taught In the Sunday School at 9:30,with calls "the meat of tiltschedule" f'
determined to make democracy work In Ghana. Child psychologySpeedRead- Superintendent A.V. Rose 1 n by trouncing Wins-
The story of Herbert Simmons,stove, Is average in tf any r e-' The head of state spent three tion. We are determined to waste his energies displayinghis Ing, Creative Writing, invest- charge, along with his staff of ton-Salem State,37.7bgre before -:
spools, but striking In one. He struggled through indifference, busy days In Washington In unofficial establish the sovereignty of Immaturity In dealing with ments, on the Southslde Cam- 'officers and teachers.Dr. 11,000 fans.
lived In the Roxbury area of Boston, fought poverty and< discouragement. visits with Congressand the people and the rule of law situations which he does not pus. On the Cumberland Cam A. Joseph Reddlck st- The Awes, still very muchin
Then be Joined the navy. Four years gave him with officials of the World as the foundation of society." understand and about which he pus courses will be in Busi- or, will preach at 10.45: andat the race for the Central In'.
that needed Initiative which be already had He Is now a sue" Bank. Dr. Busla. said the goal of Is powerless to do anything." ness Letter Writing Humanistic 6:45. Choir No. 2 and Usher tercolleglate Athletic Assocl-
cessfuU business man, a college graduate. Simmons, a black Dr. Busla's appearance before Ghana is "to enable every man Dr. Busla. said there are not Psychology and Defen- Board No. 2 will serve, .. aNon (CIAA) championship f fI
mad,' gives'the credit for his emergence to the spirit of the the prestigious National and woman In our country to political prisoners In Ghana, sive Driving.
navy .Naval Photographic Center Photo. Press Club was described as live a life of dignity in free
"magnificent." More than 300 ;dom."
persons heard him. The visitor "To achieve this goal," he
said, "Because of our recent said, "we must grapple with
Metropolitan Nursing Home Plan Benefit experience of dictatorship economic difficulties bequeathed -

tyranny, theobviousblasofowconstitution us by the Nkrumah 1'YN. .. '
Is towards protecting regime. Ghana Is paying dear- .i', ''I
The Metropolitan Nursing, at 8 p.m. Dr. L.B. Childs the Individual, and the ly, and will have to do so for \
Home, Mrs. Lucile -Mote' will be the speaker. Virgil taming of power. The doctrine many years to come, for the '
founder ;and president, Is' Hawkins will serve as toast- of the separation of powers, corruption, the Inefficiency
sponsoring a benefit dinner master. Music will be furnished so familiar to you, acceptec and the inordinate ambitionof i' 3
at Holiday House, 441 Haloes, by Marvin Collins. and embodied In our constitu- that regime." ;

D!. Busla stated, "Let me i- ; i
emphasize that the rejectionof
Nkrumah was not merelythe
work of a few sollders and .
Get our number policemen. It received the unmistakable i
and massive endorsement -
of the people of
a1n9y''w s I Ghana who were the best
i:, ;2 B'lj2 f qualified to Judge in this
matter. All who are outside. u+IO'one
Ghana should respect that
Ghana's international policy, S11rsugoRq
revealed the leader, will be -: .td3tu ".
based ona"vfsfonofbrother- tAt ;
I : r $, hood of all nations and peoples A
upon the faith that all nations
oYYhN % ; sv ys r r and peoples, In spite of cul- ,pt
tural and historic difference, "
belong to the same species of R. J. Reynolds
rI man, share a common human kI
ity, and can dwell together in things are on
brotherly amity." Dr. Bush: I
emphasized that the country; r
) will not be tied to the "apron the move :
jE strings" of any other power. \
: He said, "The Interests of
our country within the con- But they're en the move everyplace oho, too: So, .
text of our International obligations mfr ra why shout about?AI 1.J. Reynoldi wiVe long roeoiniztd -
I and our consideration -I 1' 6 our obligations to the brick community end r.a
we've bun dolnf something about It. something now
for the welfare and peace'of end different ,
the world on which our own
job offer We
Our trolniie got more thin |loot e
( progress and prosperity will offer them I conir with e bright end rewording i
,I ultimately depend are of vital future.And wi beck up our offer with the but triln- }
I'i a 4 r 1A'V i ,Importance to us." 'leg we can provide
I Dr. Busts, as leader of the Our program tin given 10 many cireer.minded
I Progress Party, won the : block people the opportunity to retch for e heifer life
I Ghana elections on August 29 _,*r. the we cent help but bi proud
in a landslide. Thite why we uy 1hlr g ere on the move" hire
: i The Ghanlan pointed out that s r''i But we dont hive to shout about H.R .
ll r iupw- i the rejection of Nkrumahlsmmeans \

that the country will I S J,.Reynolds. .Tobacco. .Company. -

r n take a sober approach to its ........ .. ..,........... ........ ,
'r { problems.. That Infers that ................ ...................
o., i. iJ (there must be closer rapport
'between the African countries ,
with which Ghana shares i
r,? 8 ; pee SS boundaries. I
As to Carmichael, Dr.,Busla
trl said, ,"We C think the young
man Carmichael had bestem-
ploy his talents dealing with a
O leaves you breaIhless'e situation which be understandsand
for which he appears to .

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r Mt. Zion A.Mr Church Women Plan Unique Forty-Fourth Anniversary Sundal

Mrs. Esfelle McKissick Mt. lion Chairman Mrs. Ethel Reed Co cftairaaa Miss Lyons St. Stephen A.M.E. WOM.II

Historic. .. ,
Morning Keynote Speaker n, Lift .. -. - .

A.M.E. Church, Ledbetter.
St. Stephen
MU, Zion A.M.E. Church, Newnan and Beaver, has planned i I. r Fifth and Davis, will observeits Programs: Mrs Carmen
what is believed will be among the most outstanding Women'i Annual Women's Day Sunday West, Mrs Altamease Mcln-
Day Celebrations in the history of the church. November 9, with impressive toshMrs. Annette Prlce.Mra.
The day will be unique in the area of presentations and participation services beginningwith Seme Maultsby, Mrs. Sarah

by leading church workers, educators, musicians and the Sunday School. Mrs. Best.
Music: Mrs Daisy Wallace
officials Elizabeth McGowan is general ,
Mrs. Eunice Lee, Mrs.
Rev. Charles E. Toston is general committee in extending chairman.Mrs. Miss
d Blake, Shirley Scott.
,pastor. a hearty Invitation to aUto Eliza Rich Perry Wise Rosabel Counts
Mrs. will
From St. Plus Catholic will,, attend all services. 3 will be the morning speakerand be
coordinator.On .
come Mrs Alice Stone, who Mt. Zion is located at New- will keynote, through her
the Correspondence
will serve as guest superin- nan and Beaver. n address, matters relating to will -
be Mrs.
: Geneva
tendent in the Sunday School. the women of the church and
Mrs Stone is widely known in House Of God of everyday life. Coleman, Mrs. Mamie Wit-
I son, Mrs. Willie J. Stephens
the field of Christian education. Mrs. Wise Is a graduate of
No. 2 Edward Waters College and and Mrs. Alma PInkne,.
Mrs Estelle W. McKIssick, I has studied !in leading schoolsof On the Sunday School Com-
educator is mittee will be: Mrs Mary
dynamic speaker and educa- the state.
tor, will use as the keynote Has RevivalRevival I a member of West Union Baptlst ,' Spicer, Miss Charlesetta
.. she holds Spicer, Mrs. Lennie Terrell,
theme for her address at 11 Church
services held :k
a.m. "The Old and New DImensions in the House of God were Temple I ':. ,JP many offices. A teacher in Mrs Minnie Hill and. Mrs
of the Women of the public school system,Mrs. Susie Campbell.
Yesterday and Today." 2, Fortieth Street at Paris Mrs. Ethel Thomas Reed is the dynamic chairman for the Miss Mildr/a Lyons, shore is the Co-chalrmai for Women's Wise is also a member of outstanding Courtsey Committee members
A feature of the celebration Avenue, beginning with Mon Women's Day Program at Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church, ..Newnan' Day at Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church, Newnan and Beaver, Sunday civic and fraternal are: Mrs Henrietta
will be the recital, Sunday day, November 3, and continuing and Beaver, Rev. Charles E. Toston pastor. Services win beheld November 9, Rev Charles E. Toston pastor This Is the forty- organizations. Broome, Mrs. Eva Wheeling,
.t evening at 7 p.m., by Mrs. through November 6. throughout the day. A feature will be a recital by Mrs. fourth anniversary of the historic church Mrs. Charles E. Mrs Fannie B. Davis ol Mrs. Maggie Simms, Mrs.
Speakers were Bishop D. and the Coronation of the Woman's Day Captain Toston will serve as Pastor-for-the-day. All
Roslyn Henry, noted artist. Roslyn Henry are Invited Fountain Chapel A.M.E. will Emma Yates and Mrl La-
Faulk pastor of No. 1 Evan-
by'Mrs. Jennie B. Epperson at 7 p.m. All are invited.
Mrs. Henry has listed In her gelist A*,Cordon, Minister B. be guest soloist. vern Washington.
repertoire Handel's "Come Smith. r In the Sunday School Mrs. Sponsors are: Mrs. MargieA

Unto Me," Rogers and Ham-' On Friday night tonight,Mi- Mary Spicer and her official McClendon, Mrs. Verlee
mersteln's "Climb Every nister1':E'/SRfleV; will speak. staff of guest superintendentand Saunders and Mrs. Joyce Gilbert
Mountain," Shea ,and John- ServiceWIir!held at Temple staff officers will be in
Bern's. "Pd Rather Have No 1 from November 10 -lJJ1UBcJLIw11 nerd charge Guest teachers will Mrs. Alberta Rufus Is chair

Jesus," and Gershwin's Sum- to 14. Speakers will be ElderJ. n.. velaPEACE also be present. man of decorations Mrs
mertime." Brooks, Sister H. Prince, At 10:45: a.m. Mrs. Carolyn 'Harry V. Johnson is Pulpit
:Another feature will be the Evangelist J. Croom, Minis- Webster, will give the call to Aid Board chairman.

Coronation of the Women's ter E. Stokes. MISSIONARY BAPTIST 'Richardson, Junior choir director, will terminate a baby worship. Mrs JJS. Johnson, Others serving on commit-
Day Captain by Mrs. Janie Service at Temple No. 2 will Regular services will be held Sunday. Sunday School will begin contest at the church with a panel discussion on "Is God widow of the late pastor of the tees related to the success of
> B. Epperson be each third Friday night. at 9:30 with Mrs.D.B.Barnes and teachers charge. Consecration -' Dead' At 5 P.m. District No. 1 will meet at the church, church, will serve as Pastor- the day are: Mrs. Gwendolyn
> '* Beautiful music wiU be beard Elder J. Kennedy Is pastor. of the choirs and ushers will take place in the basement with Deacon Joseph MePberson and Deacon Charles Smith, for-the-day. Mrs. Dora Jenkins Wilson, Mrs. Minnie Wood-

'throughout the day with Mrs. Mrs. B. Brown Is reporter. with the pastor in charge, at 11 a.m. At 11:45: the choir Jr., as leaders. On Tuesday night the weekly prayer meet- will give the invocation, ward, Mrs. Vida Scott, kin .
ji ( .Luella McBride and Miss procession takes place. Fifteen minutes of song service will ing is held at 7 p.m. Rev. H. Robinson is pastor. Mrs. Melvenla Jones will recite Lessle Colado, Mrs. Eliza-
Cecelia Taylor as guest so- follow. Prayer for the sick and the mission offering will fol the Decalogue. Mrs beth 0'Neil, Mrs Nellie
I, lolsts and guest pianist respectively low. At 11:45 a.m. Rev. D.B. Barnes, pastor, will preach. COLOSSIANS BAPTIST:>> Willie Ella Harris will take Harris, Mrs. Louise Borden
J 5 for the, Sunday Wedding Gala Baptist will follow. The five members who joined Sunday night Sunday School begins at 9:30: a.m. with the s!superintendent the benevolent offering Rev. Mrs. Melvina Sneed,Mrs.Eva
K 2" 'School. will be fellowshipped during the morning worship. Candidateswill teachers in charge. The lesson will be reviewed by the super R.V. Webster will lead the Wheeling, Mrs. Victoria Mid-
I t :The nationally renowned be fellowshipped during the 5:30 p.m. worship, at which intendent. The morning service begins at 11 a.m., the evening meditation Mrs. Davis will dleton, Mrs. Alice Tolbert,
( William M. Raines Ensemble Listed For time the pastor will deliver the closing message for the day. worship at 6 p.m. Rev. R.J. Crawford, pastor, will speak a t sing Mrs. Wise will speak. Mrs Carol Wilson, Mrs Ida
t will appear, under the direction The pastor is asking the entire membership to accompany both services. Choir No. 1, Choir No. 2 and Usher Board No. The oberservation will be Poole, Mrs. Annie M Haines'
: of Mrs. Olivia Smith. A him tonight (Friday Nov. 7)), to the St. Paul Baptist Church, 1 will serve during the day. Prayer meeting begins Tuesday given by Mrs. Eartha Mc- Mrs. LtUle M. Battles.
; ,special Women's Day Mt.Zion WIst"Friendship where Rev. A. Baker is pastor, to render service. Cars will, at 7:30. Gowan, the' Invitation by Rev. Mrs Sandra Glover Mrs.
j i Choir will be directed by Mrs. leave at 7:15. Members are encouraged by the pastor t o Webster, and! the offering will Willie J. Stephens, Mrs Ines
; J Johnnie Mae Lewis.Mrs June visit the sick and Incapacitated friends. The church Is locatedat TABERNACLE BAPTL':>>T INSTITUTIONAL be taken by Mrs. Louise Scarborough, Mrs.Ruby Johnson
!I t Davis, widely respected lathe of Van Buren and Jessie. All districts will meet Sunday,November The Young people will observe their annual Youth Day on November Chandler, Mrs. Myra King, Mrs Martha Filmore,
The Societies
'1 field of vocal music,will sing. West Missionary 9, at 3 p.m., with Mr.and Mrs. Dan Tate, 1516 Frank- 23, beginning,with the Sunday School All youths are Mrs. Gloria Bruce and others. Mrs. Beulah Cooper, Mrs.
II .. ,Heading this historic observance Friendship Baptist lin Street. invited. Mrs. H.M. Lawrence Is supervisor. The pastor I. The United Choirs of the Henrietta Broome, Mrs Car
Church and of Greater Beth-
f will be Mrs. Ethel T, holding installation service on November 16 for preachers church will celebrate their rie Dawkins, Mrs. Gwendolyi
I Miss MU-I any Baptist Church are sponsoring FRIENDSHIP and deacons. Rev. Oliver of Sweetfield Baptist Church and
!I Reed, chairman and PRIMITIVE BAPTIST anniversary Sunday at 3:30 Moore, Mrs. Gladys Sams,
] died Lyons, co-chairman. "Weddings of Today Sunday School begins at 9:45: .a.m. with the superintendent his congregation will be in charge of the District Anniversary p. m. Mrs. Daisy Wallace, Mrs. Hattie Hayes, Mrs.Constance
I I Mrs, Charles E. Toston will and Yesterday Sunday,November and teachers in charge. At 11:30 a.m. the morning service Sunday at 3 p.m. Sunday School begins at 11 a.m. Rev. W.E. president, and members will Young, Mrs Emily
16 at 7 at the West
serve as Pastor-for-the-day. p.m. begins with devotional services led by Deacon Joseph Me- Young, pastor, will speak. The rehearsal of the yough choirs participate. All are invited. Harrison, Mrs Martha Patterson -
Church '
f Mrs Toston has Joined the Friendship Baptist Pberson and Deacon Charles Smith, Jr. At 3 p.m. Ref, is Wednesday, at 5:30 p.m. The A.C.E. League meets at Mrs. Lillian Davis,

HOUSE OF GOD 5:30 p.m. Consecration will Mrs. Josie Fears, Mrs Cecil
Speaker Services will begin at the House of God Temple No. I, 1918Me be observed at 6:45.: At 7pm. Butler, Mrs Bertha Cara,
Harry Avenue, with the Sabbath School at 10:30: a.m. with .. the-young people will be in. Mrs.Rosa Prlestee,Mrs.Ella
PIC N' SAVE DAILY DISCOUNT DRUGSQUANTITY t the devotional service.) .The, lesson will be "Christian F elllowshlp 1-, ;;1 charge.' 'j r --- Jackson Mrs. Amanda Young.1
I ", at 3 p,1.1 H I 'WfefMailkfto :
In The, Church : The evening worship begins Plans recently Aodi Mrs.Inez Johnson,Mrs.'
.. On Sunday night, November 9, the Missionary Depart'Bent -. as'the complete organizationfor Carrie Adams, Mrs. Susie
a Available will preside, at 7:30 p.m. The Florida State Convention the Day'Mrs. McGowan Campbell, Mrs. Verlena Mer-
RESERVED SPECIALS THRU. WED. NOV. 12 1 In Most i will meet November 28 and 29 at the church Bishop D. will be assisted by Mrs. Jua- rltt, Mrs. Irene Bryant, Mrs.
Stores! L Fault will be host pastor. nita Johnson. Rossie Wells, Mrs. Henrietta

Officers of the Junior Church Robinson, Mrs.Alma Pinkney,
TRINITY BAPTIST are: Mrs. Mary Blake,super- Mrs. Sarah Best, Mrs Ruth
LAVORIS MOUTHWASH < Sunday, November 9, the Annual Friendship Day will be ob- visor, Miss Malinda Wilson, Anderson, Mrs. MildredNew-
$1.19 ) served, beginning with the Sunday School at 9:30.: At 3 pm. supervisor, Mrs. Altamese' ton, Mrs. Angle Bellinger,
32 OUNCE r ; flu Revival Hour will be observed, sponsored by Sister Cor- Mcintosh, coordinator, Carolyn Mrs. Essie Mason, Mrs Al-
Mlia Scott. Prayer meeting is Tuesday night! at 7 p.m. Barbara Y. Genwrlght, chairman, tamease Robertson, Mrs. Alberta -

1< ( Robinson is clerk and reporter. Juanita Jackson, cochairman, Turner,Mrs.Alice Yarborough -

'i /I Brenda Ross, treasurer and Mrs.Eunice Palmer,
.'>t I.z. ..JMRS.SALLYE secretary. Mrs. Fredonia Bush, Mrs.
.., Tuesday the teachers meeting and prayer meeting will Shirley Scott will be charge Lola Guytod Jones, Mrs. Lois
B. MATBB'Councilwoman be held with the pastor and officers In charge On Thrusday of music. Tynes, Mrs. Margaret Bryant I
SANITARY NAPKINS S a 11 e B. service will be held at the church. The
y at noon a prayer Captains will be: Mrs. Annie Mrs. Eva Davis, Mrs Ola
Mathis, above will be the monthly conference will be held at the church. The male Mae Paige, Mrs. Hazel How- Lawrence, Mrs Lois Me-
TOOTHPASTE REGULAR guest speaker at the Appreciation chorus meets Saturday for rehearsal at 7:30 p.m. The Sun- ard, Mrs. Martha Filroore, GerthyandMrs.DorotbyHawtins. -
9Bt 2'91a Program for the pastor at, day School begins at 9:30 a.m., with Mrs Mamie Fields and Mrs Altamease Simmons, .
OR SUPER 12'' the A.M.E. Church of the Mas-1 Deacon George Smith in charge. The lesson will be reviewed Mrs. Henrietta Broome, Mrs.
FAMILY SIZE ter, 5637 Vernon Road,Sunday by an appointee. Consecration begins at 10:50..m. The Pauline Halback, Mrs. Janie BILL COSBY
Nov. 9, at 11 a.m.Mrs.Mathls morning worship begins at 11 a.m. with the deacons In charge. Madry Mrs. Clara Austin,
recently won a fight for an appropriation Fellowshipplng will be given to new members In the morning Mrs. Cecil Butler, Mrs. Hen- FIRES
VISINE --4 YICK'SVAPORUB for Edward .worship. Holy Communion services begin at 2:30 with the rietta Roberson Mrs.Zenobla

.. t1'1 i ,3 Waters College. The famous deacons in charge Senior Choir No 1 and No. 2, Usher Board Genwright, Mrs.Clara Cough-' JIM CROW MGRS.
EYE DROPS I Edward Waters Gospel Ensemble ,No. 1 and No. 2 will serve man, Mrs. Maxine Ledbetter,

directed by Robert Mrs. Theresa Whiten, Mrs. Prodded by "The Action
Sctoo, will render several se, FIRST BORN TEMPLE
Camilla Bush
X 1 : lections. This promises to be' Sunday School begins at 10 a.m. Minister McQueen is Forest. Mrs. Olivia

97C\: 370 one of the outstanding programs superintendent The morning worship begins at 11 a.m. Officials for the
oz. :;r ;. OZ. of 1969. Mrs IDes B. with Missionary Mary Stevens speaking. The Y.P.C.W. DayltsellloUow. Women's BLACK KING
Ritchie is chairman. Rev. meets at 5 p.m. Sister Margaret J. Smith Is president.The .
lti A Solomon C. Waterford B.D. evening worship begins at 6 p.m. The church is located Mrs L.G. Genwrlght Is coordinator -
SENOKOT 4 : JUICE Is pastor., at 825 West Monroe. Elder Hill Is pastor. will Mrs. Sadie TIllis OF ENGLAND
',' assist. Mrs. Mamie tay-

GRANULES ::t DECANTER Penecoslal Church HOLSCY C.M.E. lor Is secretary.Committee is possible because of
Sunday School begins at 9:30 with' Mrs Birtha Grlflen chairmen and hidden marriage of early
and teachers in charge. The serclce members are with the first king '
morning gelt1ns at
Honors Head
'::8, OT. 17 11 a.m with the pastor in charge Choir No. 2 will serve name that of chairman: Fiance -
$$297 ; ': ILA The Pentecostal Church o t during the day. Rev. D.A. McElvia is pastor. Mrs. Eva Mrs. Henrietta Howard, 50
OZ. ,, ": s.; CBORATEENGIANT God In Christ, 1663 West 26th Mae Gilbert Is secretary. Mrs. Ruby Holmes, Mrs. Ola TOP JOBS
at Pierce, is celebrating the Lawrence, Miss Charlesetta
I anniversary of the pastor.The BITING REMARK Spicer. FOR YOU
1 celebration terminates No* ll MMOffiM In the ivory trade, elephant Publicity: Mrs. Jennie Vee
: vember 7. tusks are called teeth,for theyart Crockett and Mrs. Marine !
without diploma
tz 69t the elephant'* upper lit'dson. : college
Bishop, White and the Pentecostal African Methodist
Church of God on West

pated.23rd at Others Wilson scheduledwer has partici link' You List Meet Laymen. BLACK ,VOTE

the Apostolic Church of Got The Laymen of the African POWERcan
\CATFOOD CLOVER 3 FOR of Greeland Road Soutbsldt. Methodist Episcopal Church
Elder Peterson and Congregation will hold their regular meeting elect 25 soul conFessmentyl972. \
of the True Church of Friday November .

the LivingGodandotberswertpresent. ; Jat} 8 *. night St. Paul A.
I All I are welcome.: 'JJ- Church, Thirteenth and SEPIA The Action Maga-
j | 'WICKER, BATH' SIZEPHASE MILES Evangelist Elder John Hughe y Myrtle. Business of importance Sinai November issue on' '
extends thanks. j will be transacted. Newsstands Now.
: ONEADAYMULTIPLE Mt. Moriah, Baptist

CLOTHES, IIISOAP Has Homecoming1Homecoming r- t +antanwceraereceucwrleenranetsrtarFREE CATALOG:

I I Listing Everything: In I
Day will be observed 8 MAR 1.. JONES "
at Mt. Moriah Baptist "
Church, 1953 West'f1DtbSwa. In loving memories of my son' Supplies.
ITAHINS day, November 9, with Rev PFC Sherman L. Jones, who
I 1 .BUSHEL SIZE; H.L. Herod speaking. All; 'departed this life two years RONALD WASHINGTON Incense Herbs

2' former members are asked ago Nov 6. Although It has The family of the late Ronald
\ k t share with the membership been just two years, it seems Washington wishes to thank' Oils' Candles
< 180'J Choir No. 1. .and Usher No.I lib a lifetime to those who the many friends and neighbors "
1410: FOR 29C' $197 ,will serve. loved him. We miss you more for their many kind LA
% : ;(, ''At 3 p.m.. Rev. Flnoey of each day, but in our heart you nesses. We would also like to CHURCH
Greater New Jerusalem will will always stay. Rest where thank Dallas Graham Funeral
give service and will be accompanied no shadows fall, in perfect Home and Mt. Ararat Baptist 5910 SoIl State Street
PIC N' SAVE DISCOUNT I I DRUGS by' his choir and peace He awaits us alL--- Church. May the Lord bless : ,
ushers and member of"r'll Signed: Mother Mrs Thelma'S each of you.-- .Barney and I Chicago, Illinois 60621
congregation. Jones and Family. Washington Family. wwesa, .I


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I Trinity Baptist Church Celebrates Friends Day Sunday Mrs. Daniels Speaks ::1

Calendar EventsThe Collaborators Oo A Special Book WEDD G Mt. Pleasant Baptist Choir

And Visitors To ParticipateTrinity

Excelsior Singers will be In recital Sunday November 9

rat First Born Temple 825 Monroe Street, at 3:30: p.m Ail BELLS:
singers are invited to' appear and participate Sister Rosetta Baptist Church, 705 West Duval, win open its doors

Cohen Is sponsor. Elder Hill is pastor The program will be Luclous Willie Alberto Sunday and celebrate Friends Day.
;promptly at 3:30. Jr., Services at the church will begin with the Sunday School at
a M 26 and Sarrie
1264 Hart St.
********* 9:45: a.m., at which time Mrs. Rosa L, Gibbs of Mt. Bethel

r Marvin Green, widely known musician and singer,will be pre. : ., L Dr.Nell 22.LarrJ Myles. 6306 Restlawn Baptist Churcb will preside as guest superintendent. Mrs

rented taamusicalrecltalSundajiNovember9) at 7 p.m., at (beSt. Rentz 5 8 41 A. Taylor is superintendent.Guest .
Stephen A.M.E.Cburcn. Others appearing will be Mrs. Ruth _' Wayne teachers will .be Mrs. A. Odom, Mrs Adams and
Plckettvllle Rd. 21 and Patricia
Valdez beacon Mrs J, Johnson of Bethany Baptist will
WimeShephard,Mrs.Annie BMcNeal and Mrs. { Karen Johnson, 3046 W. deacon N. Wright .
Tangle McBride The Fashionettes will be hostesses Mrs.Ethel be guest reviewer. ,
Davenport Bannister will serve as mistress of ceremonies.Rev 'y s'd h, 16th St., 19. Consecration services will begin at 11 a.m. Devotions will

'B.F. Addison is pastor.. Samuel LeotlsAger' 1817 W. be led bjt) Mrs. Slater and Mrs. Green. Music will be furnished
r ****.**** i kf by the Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church choir.
+' 2nd 24 and Sandra Yvonne
-:The Pulpit Aid Board of New Bethel A.M.E. Church, Mrs. Alberta St., Mrs. Burroughs will make the'welcome address. Deacon
Y Chester, 1296 W. 32nd St.,21.
Morris president, will observe its fifteenth anniversary Smith will make the offering appeal. The alter prayer will

Sunday, November 9, at 4 p.m. Members and friends are urgedto Willie James Wlngfleld, 3525 be ,given by Mrs Crawford. Mrs. J. Mungln will be guest

attend. Among the talent will be the Eugene Butler Chorus, Division St. 48 and HelenSUlls soloist. Mrs. L. Daniels will be the guest speaker.At .
tfew r C. Scott will be in charge of a special
Bethel's Young Adult Choir, Shiloh MetropoUtan's'Ma.ie 3525 Division SU, 34. 3 p.m. Mrs.
Chorus, Miss LaRosa Jones, Miss Geneva Tasker, Miss C.V. program. At 5 p.m. Deacon Green and Deacon Campbell

Moorehead' Mrs. Gertrude Morse Jos Kato Jenkins,2075 W. 15th will be in charge of devotions. Rev Perry of Mt. Herman
********* Baptist Church will be guest speaker.
St. and Sonja Valarle Pollard
International Field church is located at 105 West Duval at Jefferson. AU
Bishop Mary Barnes Green and Bishop N.H. F 2074 W. 18th St., 18. The
Trailer will have a gospel duel at St. Martin Love and Charity are welcome

Spiritual Temple, 2345StarkStreetSaturday II1ght,November 8, Splros Slatls, 5244Edgewood J

at 7:30. There win be a tarry service each night. The public isInvited. Crt., 36 and Joan Dorothy Eaton New' Mt. Olive Baptist

Assistant Pastor Elder R.L.Warren,assisted by others, !,; 4521 E. Tango Lane, 35.
will render the prayer service
****.**** Holds ','Annual'
Sammie Family
Lee Smith, 1254 W. Day

::The Lily White Lodge No. 174 is sponsoring a spiritual teaS and"th.pr.sldent : ; Duval St., 19 and Prlscilla
Two nationally known educators of the D.C. Heath Division of Raytheon Marion pin vi .
>a November 23, from;4 to 6 p.m., at 1509 Kings Road.Bishop Education Company, give time to the study of the Lexington, Mass publisher's new high val St., 21.Tyler, 1254 W. Du- New Mt. QUIZ Bppt t.1. t Mrs. R. Lambert. MlssDolo-

E. Dunn will be the speaker.. school text "America: A Modern History of the United States." Dean M. LaU, center, Is John Artha Monroe 4361 Church will Qtafrwe?family rls Payne will be guest soloist.
********* ,
': No.2'of the Heath official. On the left is Dr. Frank Freldel, on the right Henry N. Drewry Prince Roth Dr. S., 54 and Esther Day Sunday, November 9. Mrs. Nettle Davis will givea
Usher'Board St. Paul A.M.E. Church will hold its ton professor, authors: Dr. Freldel is a progessor of American history at Harvard. Mr. Mason, 1258 W. 4th St., 48. The processional will be in reading. The Robinson sisters

monthly meeting Sunday, November 9, on the first floor of Drewry, bolder of a master's from Columbia, Is a former professor at Greensboro. Since charge of the B.H. Hartley will sing Rev. W.J.Clan-

the church, at 4:30: p.m. McKenley Chamber is president. 1968 be has been on the staff of Princeton. From 1954 to 1968 be was department chairmanof Terry Lee Harrell 3064 Gospel Chorus Devotionals ton will introduce the speaker

P 'y. A.C,Chandler is pastor history in a high school there. He revelved the Harvard University Distinguished Secondary West 18th St., 19 and, Diane will be conducted by Deacon Rev. W. Holley.
.Usher Teacher Award in 1964. The textbook Is unique in that it has "Decision Making" eserclses, Unnotte 6374 Cherry Laurel R.L. Stanley and Deacon Wallace .
1 Board No. 4 of Mt. Ararat Baptist Church will spans Emancipation, prohibition, the atomic bomb, the Montgomery bus boycott and the civil rights Dr. 18.James., Mrs. W.M. Davis will
a spiritual tea Sunday, November 30'at 30p.m.: The movement are there for the student's decisions. deliver the welcome address,
Acorn Street Community Center will be the scene of the af- with the response coming from ..
fair.. Bishop Julia Brown will Edward Corbin, 4218
speak. Holy Communion At First Corinth Baptist Woodmere St., 22 and Beverly Mrs. Brooklns. GET FAST HISSED KEUIF FROM INS
ft. ********* Elaine Roberts, 8962 Van Mrs. Mary Nealey will be ITCHING a SCALING Of PSORIASIS I

.'/Queen of the South Chapter No. 105 O.E.S. will meet Tuesday Buren Ave, 21, guest soloist. ,AW Yates wlU f Ilk PALMIRI ism SVCCIIS"IMMrtANTIMimiTIC
First !
Baptist ChurchHoly Holds' 39th make remarks. He Is director ..u.... "
November Anniversary ( Itching)
at 5
U 410
p.m., at Broad Street, third floor,
of the GJEO of Jacksonville IXFOLIATIVI (........ realer
room 2. AU members are asked to be present because of Communion at the First First Corinth- Missionary berta Johnson will the St. Stephen. Tea Rev W.D. Young, pastor o f KEIATOLYTIC (Ob..,... horny ills) 11
business of give
importance. Queen B. Williams is worthy mat- AtTRINOINT larYeihai akin
Timothy Baptist Church, 1357 ( )
Church Rev. W.L. will
Baptist Bethel A.M.E. Church
appreciation. I
ton. COOLING\ ,
(D.plocti Itching)
will For
Hart, be administered November 16thThe
(:'" i queue Jones pastor, begins its On Monday night, November speak SOOTHING (Rellavei 'IrrllotlwO:

The Dahlia Garden Circle will meet in the home of Sunday, November 9,at 3 p.m., thirty-ninth anniversary Mon- 17, the final night three Deacon W. Graham and Dea- COAL TAR li highly .t(. llnnl ..
'WIth the pastor Rev. R. L. day November 10. The anniversary O'Neal Roberts,will take a for local th r.py of Infantilt -
Elizabeth Poole, 1586 West Eleventh, at 7 p.m. AU memo Smith and off leers in charge. churches and pastors will be Young Women of Allenof Eciema, VarlcoM Eciama.
will run for one week, the Mrs Davis and and Aloplc Eciema, The ofloc.tl.o
tiers, are requested to be In attendance. Roll call will be All new members are asked present, namely: Macedonia, St. Stephen A.M.E. Church action of COAL TAR c....
ending November 17,Rev.A.b- Rev W. Burgess, Mr. Sinai, will celebrate their fourth Mrs. Webb will make r e- iliti of antlMptlc and antlprurltteetfacta
fade The call will be "What Are We Thankful For. to be present In order to r e- anniversary / : .
ham Hillard is chairman.Mrs. marks.At produced by Naphthaline.
i Qfaeen B.; Williams is president. celve the hand of fellowship.This Rev. B.J. Lane, Evergreen, in the form of an Phenoli and Crttoli In in* tar. I
Maude Williams is assistant Rev. H., Wright. Sponsorsare anniversary musical tea 6:30: p.m. Deacon H. Robinson Only 44< for y, 0*., *9< for In*
will be done at the end of on lot, aconomy tliaOIT .
Noted Baptist Day Spring Features the service. secretary. The motto Districts 12, the Deacon Sunday, November 16, in the and Deacon D. Garrett .
is "Christians Grow Through Board, Trustee Board, Dea- church edifice. will lead the devotions Mrs.L. .
Other services are as usual with the daap acting foamy medIcitlon -
Service. 'soness Boards No. 1 and No. Walters will present the SKIN SUCCSS5'SOAP
All young women of Allen of
leader Everybody's Revival I Sunday School begins at 9:30 Churches and pastors follow: 2. Mrs. Patsy Johnson will mistress of cremonles, Mrs It ba,uty bathe* while, II
Closes are to be special guests fights I gems that often aogrwatapariplratlon
with the
superintendent, Rev. Monday, St. Matthew Baptist, give the welcome. Mrs. Mrs Margie Alvarez McClen- Battles. Choir No. 2 will Odors maketyou
"Everybody's Revival"will R.L. Jones, and teachers, in Rev. Walker Abyssinia sure you'rt nlct to be n_.
H. Lillian
; Jewel Cicero will the sing. Mrs. Taylor
give don, president, has appointed PALMCNf"SKINIUCCC1*"lOA*.
; be held Sunday at Day Spring charge. The mornlngworshlp
i Anniversary Baptist, Rev. B.L. Wynn; appreciation.Rev. will give the welcome address,
Mrs. Mary Blake chairman
I: Weaver Baptist Church, Rev C. A. begins deacons at 11 aju. with the Southside, Rev.David Johnson. W.L. Jones is pastor.. of the program committee, with the response coming from.
pastor. Incharge devotions. Sponsors are Districts

Second... lissionary.Baptist In. the mprnlnjj; ;worship; Jr.ev..jGeorge i Both,.major,sermons, will b e'JJ....15. I Usher Board No.land'. ,,- .- -">.' <

will conclude ne t, Weaver, nephew of the. delivered by the pastor Rev. sponsor also.I Mrs. Anpl1nelSllnm ,. .
Church (\he.* ; ........ t H! r f ;
hundred zninateemV anniversary pastor,.aud.fl;8toTod,Uie Mfc R.L0 Smith.t-Mrs No. aWJo. \ II wilt githe ,weU .:titlj'(', ,' iiR : ,if- 'i i J_ -or T i ft, % t.f. R1 I' rAE. ,

.ol,its founding Sunday,' Olive Baptist Church of FU: 3 will serverYoung ,come kddress.+ Dos StriplLr n.J'irK 1 .1'fiil if

November'', 9, with pr..T. B.' Lauderdale, will be the speak- will give the appreciation. f } Thick

Boyd, Jr, secretary-trea' er and will be the evangelisteach Peoples Tuesday: Varlck A.M.E.Zion :: cream .
night! of the revival.
surer of the National Baptist Rev. A.J.Warren pastor,First
Convention of America,. The combined choirs and Union Convenes Timothy Baptist, Rev. R.L.' t t.v

Inc., as the keynote speaker usher boards will serve. The Smith pastor. Sponsors art ra', .. e A
In the morning service. Dr. public is Invited The Young Peoples' Union Districts, 3,4 and 14 and turns

Boyd will also speak in the Sunday School begins at 9:30 will meet Sunday, November, Choir No. 1. Mrs. Blanch : ;

evening service. The morning worship begins at 9, at 3 pm.at the Holy Churchof Smith will bring the welcome

Allle Faye Maxwell and Leroy 11 am. At 5 p.m. B. T. U. the Living God No. 2, 1933 Deacon Charlie Cooper will ;

White will sing at the major meets. The evening service Yulee Street. Rev. Collins is give the appreciation flavor

begins at 6 p.m. pastor. : .
services. Wednesday: West Union, Baptist every '
Pr. Boyd, 52 years old, was On each revival night the deacons The Tiny Tena Singers will Rev. A.F.Cummings; Mt. 'a,, :>

born in Nashville. He U a wlU conduct prayer service be hosts for the meeting.Little Morlah Baptist, Rev. H.L. ( .'A. '

grandson ofthe natlo'nallyknown at 7 p.m. Mrs S. H. Kimbery Evon Bell will b e Herod; St. John Baptist> Rev. 'f' t i :. 'f.

Richard Henry Boyd, founder -. ,Coachman is reporter, guest soloist. A.J. Hughes Sponsors are :. 1 onr ..; .
w t .
,' and first secretary, o f Members of the group are: Districts 5 and 6 and Choir ,.r. ,. "

the National Baptist Publishing A.M.E. Ministers Nlta Burke, Harriet McMil No. 2. Mrs. Theresa Curtis f" J.., .. :''\ ; .. .

Board of the National Baprjst lan, Kimberly Bell and Tena will give the welcome. Mrs. : 'J t611'1 ..

Convention of America.He Wives To Visit Williams. Mrs. Inez Harris T.B. McCall will give the appreciation. 'i ii:; ", ; :., .
is president of the union. Ber- ., I' '
attended school in Nashville e .
nard McClain is .}j t : r .4' :
studied for two yearsat Charter MemberThe reporter. Thursday: New Jersalem '
Fisk and for two years at Mrs. Alberta Latlmore is su- Rev. J.C. Finney; Bethlehem' 'J ri...;. ::
A.M.E. Ministers Wives
Tennessee State Agriculturaland pervisor. Baptist, Rev. Williams, St. r
.' Industrial University, will make a "cheer-up" visitto Mt. Zion A.M.E.Memorialijes Mary's Baptist Southside,Rev. z ; ; v r
their beloved charter \
mem- ',JjIJII! y r
from'which be was graduatedin J.M. Bryant. Sponsors are
1940. In 1941 be entered ber Mrs. Mamie Bledsoe Districts 7,8 and 11 and Ush-. I 1"'I '
Sunday afternoon November
the United States Army and er Board No. 2. Mrs. Martha "" 1 Li '

served in Africa, France and Road.16, at her residence on Kings Its DeceasedA Thomas will give the welcome, >a ) _

Germany, completing hisser- Mrs Bledsoe is the motherof Mrs. C. Mlngln the appreciation. : rlI
I '
vices in 1945. Memorial service commemorating .
Dr. Boyd, minister,has received Mrs. Ablab $behle. we 11- passing of the Friday: Zion Hope,Rev.E.R. : ,.

honorary distinction known churchwomao: late Mr. Esau Butler, outstanding Simpson; St. Matthews, Rev. J

from Oonroe College In Controe -' The next regular meeting,I member of the M t. George Price, Cclosslans, r
Wives "p
Texas. He has also been monthly of the A.M.E. Zion A.M.E. Church, South- Rev.; R.J Crawford. Sponsorsare !I'J ;
honored by the Central Theolo- Alliance is Thursday, November side, will be observed Sunday District 9, 10 and Usher $ .1 :: .

gical Seminary of Indianapolis 13, at St. Stephen's November 9, at 3 p.m. Board No. 3. Mrs. Willie Lou

and by the Cincinnati Baptist A.M.E. Church, at the parsonage at the church. Rev. J. C. Scott will give the welcome : '

Theological Seminary.The Mrs. Carol Webster Bannerman is pastor. Mrs. Mattie Sue Scott will leI ,, ', w- 1T'n

eminent leader is currently will be hostess Others to be rememberedat give the appreciation. ,. AL Ii

secretary-treasurer of this service who have passed Sunday services include the
4 4Y 4d
the National Baptist Publishing .It.lt.AAAAAAUTo during the year Inclfide the Sunday School and the morning s

Board, with headquarters be eligible for VA educational late Mrs. Elephene Haywood, worship at 11 a.m. featuring I 'j \

In Nashville. He is secretary assistance vet Mrs. Mary Peterson, Mrs. a memorial for deceased .
treasurer of the National Bap. Isabel Robinson, Mr. B e n- members Communion j :, ;
erans must have bad at: 1.t': .
tint Sunday School and B.T.U. least 181 days of continuous Jamln McGrlff and Benjamin will be hid at 3:45 ;.with '...f' "/ *' t w,,' I

Congressni mber of the general service, part of it after Jan. Brown, Jr., VJS. Navy. Rev. S.L. Badger, and Emanuel -. '. ;fb: : ': i -: ,
board of the National Addison -
Baptist Rev. B.F.
31, 19,59, while a serviceman .. .
Council ofChurch'Sb.rstvice must have completedat Mrs. Alexander and St. Stephen's Baptist '
president of the Citizens Savings least two consecutive present. Sponsors are: Sun-'

Bank and Trust. Companyof day School, B.T.U. Choir No.
years of active duty Mt. '
Nashville. Moriah Recitalist, 3, Usher Board No. 4 Y.W.A.

Mrs. Katrina Alexander well Sunshine Band, Senior Miss- .f
< :
a ion, Matrons, Junior Choir : .
HAKE TO .60'li\ TORN 'TO BETa:1OW known recital will be presented and Red Circle. The devotions If! A..'; '
: '
:YOU DON'T In Sunday, N c- will be )ladby vlsltingdeacons.. '",: ,: ': "" ;. /
vember 9 at 7 30 p.m. Inthe :
Mrs W.L. Jones and others .
. auditorium of the Mr. MortabAM.E. .
will be in charge of memorial
;. : : PRICE Church by Auxiliary services.. o
Board No. 1.
r .On Sunday at 7.30 West
Mrs. Alexander Is a memberof
Friendship Baptist and Rev.
the church and serves in,
DRUG STORE HEEDS R.L. .Wilson will be present.
I many capacities. She o wide'o Mrs. Margaret Simmons will
ly known throughout the city
give the welcome. Mrs. Ro- I
to i
for her willingness serve. iI
trade With Your'Neighborhood Drug Store. WE WILL Mrs. Callle McCall Is pre-
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Holidays are busy times, with guests, dropping: by. ".> '.,
FZiUtiwM Serve them. rich and creamy Mocha Fudge that you : "

F I IF OWdwa.u. made yourself It takes only 5 minutes with velvet- 6 F8v
I x o.t"." !ized ,evaporated milk. There's no soft ball test no

CHANGE HABITS AND long:, tiresome beating either. Make several batches,
THE LITTLE CHANGE LUCK It is great for gifts too.

Fish are like people They
'PUT-OUT get set in their ways and don't r,1'v
like to nuke changes, Patterns +y
of life are rigorously\ F +,
Don't push the panic button extinguisher's"BC"rating "BC"' resistant moisture and reeling followed until fcomathlng sls" 1 ..
when small home area occur refers to classes of fires: A is for so it will work In unhealed areas T forces a change In habits, 1t ti
Instead reach for the fire eitingulsher wood or paper; B is oil or gasoline Fire extinguishers such as This humanlike trait leads a w{ i11 ,lat
Just the presence ofan ;dielectric*!.Dry chemical those available from Amway, to some drastic differences In
extinguisher reduces panic extinguishers are not rated for Check-out on all these safety 'fish behavior during the hot )
because it gives. positive directive "A" because: it is possible for points.They spray a fine dust at weeks of summer ,I } .' r
a way to fight back.This such materials to re-Ignite after the base ofthefire.Thechemical, The normal ways of fishing
quick action can mean a good the "blanket"disperses but they upon contact with ire, forms a usually don't produce during
chance stopping the Maze entirely are still usable to put out small harmless gas which shuts out t summer doldrums, yet many
at most home fires are still "A"fires in the home. oxygen and quickly smothers anglers stick to their set habits -
relatively small when first discovered Check if the extinguisher is the Dames and give up fishing until
the weather and the water
UL (Underwriters Laboratories) Fires can be put out in almost cool
Before Investing in t home fire or FM (Factory Mutual Laboratories three seconds Dry chemical fire r
By calling I It quits, they're
extinguisher, Amway Corporation ) approved. Is It not)'toxic extinguishers are especially probably missing some good
recommends with harmless chemicals, effective for oil, ,
following especI- stopping paint fishing, the angling
say anthorlttes it's nice to serve
points to check to assure safety ally good for small grease or electrical grease and'gasoline/ fires where ..AI at Mercury outboards + When the weather features turns snappy and apple., and U enlivened\\arrn
j I and effectiveness: Check the fires? Is the extinguisher ,using water would be hazardous. I What they should do with fruit spice puddine Minute that Tapioca makes oranges an ideal thickener, since it hue
A 1 Is change their, habits along no flaw of Its own and leave the Juices spaiUing clear, and
with the flab
FI..CI" .11111 1 with To begin, start getting out MOCHA FUDGE tl'uh-tastlng. Orange and Apple T.po!
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on the lake /before the sun (Makes about 2 pounds) cinnamontart

Sugar 3510$; J'ltl Prrcfisi.. Bag 49 when comes It up goes, and down.be there Skip again the 2 tablespoons butter 1 cup ((6-ounci package) 3 cups ((4 apples medium,cut)in peeled eighths H"teaspoon 4 teaspoon water nutmeg

tuosedfahvnN hot hours in between, for in $i cup undiluted Carnation semisweet chocolate s. cup sum butter 01 1 cup cup drained fresh
many parts of the countryAsh Evaporated Milk pieces mazarine oiange sections
'Ani' 25 prefer to feed early and 1ncups Yt cup butterscotch pieces M quick-cooking tapioca
LIlli 1 Pleas 1',. sugar 2 teaspoons lemon Juice cup
: late when the water Is /4 teaspoon salt 1 tablespoon Instant coffee !i teaspoon saltSEAFOOD 2 cupsvater '

11th $5.80 Dr Men Feld Order cool. 2 cups (4 Gunc") 1 teaspoon vanilla Combine apples, sugar, butter, lemon Juice salt, spices, and
Fish will 1 change what they
miniature marshmallows yt cup chopped nuts W cup water in a skillet Cover and simmer over medium heat
eat, too Summer is the time
until apples are tl'ansparent-about 15 minutes Baste
'RsIIItellsutkMtCtTREET ot Insects, ants -and(l'UShopperl.crlcketi a multitude, Combine butter Carnation Evaporated Milk sugar and occasionally with sugar mb\tur'e, Remove apples to '\ apples
ot other delectlble (to fish, of salt in saucepan over medium heat. Bring to boll Cook 4 Add Add orange tapioca and remaining 2 cups water to sugar mixture in
i Ic..p course) foods. Artificial lures to 5 minutes stirring constantly (start timing when mixture skillet Let stand 6 minutes Cook and stir onl' medium heat
14 IZ. 25C will be passed up in favor of starts to bubble around edges of pan). Remove from until mixture comes to a boil. Pour over fruit Let stand 20
I QuenlityRighhResarnd these natural foods heat. Stir In marshmallows, chocolate, butterscotch, instant minutes Stii. Let cool at least another 15 minutes before arvin
annItmtKJnNanalnmIrI A third consideration Is Garnish with prepared whipped topping, if desiied Makes
B.Ilard. .' Pllls"r Rn, rthir, '" where to Bah Since the ...,-' coffee vanilla and nuts Stir vigorously 1 minute. 414? cups or 8 sen'ings,
UIDORUnEn ply of natural food Is most (until marshmallows melt and blend)., Pour into 8 Inch
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I. ,Z.o baits and shallow water Technology
dictate a change In fishing Easy Ways of
VArp methods No ,heavy trolling or SkillinCalifornia 134 N MYRTIE AVE EL4,1468<
: plug casting rods now. The Wine Cookery
113U3 Args, #JD3 fishing gang at Mercury advise Winemaking
that the situation calls This week Wood Center SPEAKING In SPORTS GARCON
Cora 6 Cal $1,00, ',.s" CaI$1.00'FLA' for light-weight fly or spin Advances In technology playa Learning to cook with wine steles, that an ATHLETE can have a BAD a"oy in BASEBALl
casting tackle, with light lines great role in California wine- makes a novice feel like an Ih.r. a BAD HOP-lr. FOOTBALl th r*'s a BAD BOUNCE-
and fine wire hooks expert Flavoring with wine is In Golf there a BAD TRAP-In BASKETBALl there a BAD
making but the skill and the
It is literally a matter of DRIBBLE-In conrroif here at S.P.C. eur Fishermen never
Colorlul'HandprlnllJlake of master vintners are still in the easy have BAD DAYS_ If It Quit*
TRADE-O Y"I.i'" Carlatisi taste. The real accomplishmentis r they DO-Thty Keep yew
,. forefront .
cent lei It from their Sltady Production (Probably they fish
Decorative. ", One place where the marriage to present the food in the best on the lee side away from the rlvrrkano)'give a look bolowl
Fryers "I Ice Milk Milk A towel imprinted with a grand,of technology and tradition can possible way, and that means

child's handprlnta makes a Christmas be dramatically seen is Davis, serving wine with it at the table. LARGE SHRIMP........_.._...... ...........16.1,49

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grandmas and aunts. ifornia and enjoyment| of even the simplest
Start by spreading a sotyiteolor\ grape wine research wine-cooked dishes.
towel flat on a table covered with teaching center Favorite' standard recipes FRESH FLA. GREEN LOBSTER Ib5 $1U
Harold ,
Berg Professor of En
:' fI!.. Grade I ....-.... ,._ (rISL Slft t li tSiF,M newspapers.paint into Next a shallow, put a aluminum little textile ology(wmemakmg),tells us that, can quickly become wine- ,*We again suggest you ran ahead book! your order.
Then. let the child- dip his "The first thing we leactrupcorrf) flavoredApDGjdl/LiRs/ 4y su .
: Large Eggs ''':Gro. 4luf Chick Roast hands pan. Into ,the paint.andyrently. ing students\ I is appreciation fot stitutmg,wine'for part -O\o\he\ 0 \ .

f shake off the excess Th flaw stepis the greatness of wine la is only liquid car #r (1iteIs4: f\e!) ,, YE' CRABS h.i'li;
to firmly place hl.Undl-. after they know how to taste with For instance\Califorma; ,8ur t
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f we with start ways to out make experimenting a beef or lamb stew or Swiss WHITING.. ...:..... ............... u39 .

t wine the way they like it." steak if substituted for half the MULLET URGE FANCY ? LB.39n
} liquid called for in the recipe
; A dash of California Sherry ina CAT FISH LB.75*

Beauty Of basic white sauce does won- SPOTS.SPANISH. ,.,?...,. ,...,,,,. ?..,N.....? N? LB. 45'
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and equal of
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I FRYERS from within Sound eating CLAW CRABMEAT NINM"Nee l. Cn B2"r
habits and exercise are
among basic methods used to
develop>> beauty..and skin care
Is considered seriously before
I IAUED limit 2 the application of makeup

I 2 PER 27 C Some recent food studies
BaOshrlces have revealed that a lot of us
I InTbls Ad Are Good OII1y dAG l pi Pleas are undernourished, but well
I In OUr A&P Located At'3000 W. ;' fed., tt Is not difficult overeat ,
,I 45th Street Througb Sunday Nov I 1 and yet be undernourished 11. rtAIGN1eAES1dYe ICESOOdb'tNAOWNWFDNranAY
i 8--Come Meet Our New Manager 1IIL TI Nutritional studies Indicate I
that women and teenage girls

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Weight-watching among teen I
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soft drinks sweetened with a

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"- High Fashion 'For Woam's Talk Something New For The Man CHARITY ALSO ENDS AT HOMESpace .r I

The Seventies Ton can be your own Interior face, pace, grace annual good riddance party I
: decorator, and with far these are but four of the ways can provide an encouraging
less money In which a homemaker benefits stimulus to our feeling of getting
Z ); ,' U you are Dot allergic to when she contributes surplus things done. I
f{ 'J.' \ floweri--as I am--you might clothing to the world's And few acts are more
"'tlJ begin with the "1\esh" look, threadbare. graceful than the donation of

r creating beautiful flower ar- sorely needed clothes to the
rangements. You do not need Crowded closets: become world's less fortunate. A I
expensive vases to display roomier while cluttered at
r highly effective way of speed
tics and basements
your flowers, U you can get
+ ing clothing, shoes and bed
s+ r attractive containers from safer-when you add space by t
\ t.i t. ding to them is through the
/ S tih your local florist, reasonable \ I annual Thanksgiving Clothing I

in cost. i \. ...... Campaign,which aids the
Better still, you can convert ,
impoverished of all races and
some of the items right in I
religions Bring your bundles
household Into flower
to the nearest Catholic church
containers Those low tiays ,
during November
can be used for tall ,
w arrangements These are only a few of the
as well as centerpieces; d I IHARVE
in which
ways charity helps
a medium-sized broad bowl Is
suitable for general use and a the giver as well as the receiver. i
tall container for long stem- So search through last II
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med flowers. ;;

For your large displays, the reducing the inventory of unused .
piano or hall table can be and unnecessary garment .
used. A meat platter can become around the house.

an instant. low tiay.Quartsize Doing the right things in
mayonnaise Jars e r this way gains you not only
fort 111 and fruit juice cans make nice: + but also for children .
8. SPACE CAPSULE SETS STAGE new fashion ravel tall space, face ,.'
containers Depending TMs
trend n J.600 Eastern Alrlinri flight attendants don spacesuits and neighbors tend to r'la
and pare culotlri.. They're shown here at Cape Kennedy .upon your creativity, you can w.aA think even more highly of I Ir f
either ''I II idII
Private Deborah Sampsonwon when Individualists like paint them or cover someone whose ideals are I
Elsa them with bright fabric.
her place In history a*
Maxwell lofty enough to be concerned
flaunted convention Those and year's fashions for serviceable
one of the first American wo paintings, plagues s
men to wear pants. That was In by ranch wearing rage breeches of the 1920s The dude and pictures can be re-arranged about the neefxwPacethe goods that can ease the lot of

the American Amelia Revolution.Bloomer who But :dusty pullman rides pushed the into attractive wall groupings.As Laced with the spirit of the bush Jacket,this high fashion suit shown above'from the November rate at which we millions of ill-clothed people
started it was the real fashion revolution trend beyond practicality toward you know, many of these issue of Gentlemen's Quarterly, was designed by Yves St. Laurent u an aU-purpose casual get things done ajpl seen and to whom wearing apparel is
with the introduction in travel.high fashion and more objects when displayed singularly outfit Of beige gabardine, it has buttoned flap-pleated pockets, a shaped waist, and a full- enjoyed -. becomes a little never out of style. You may
1850 of full Turkish trousers By the 1930s, culottes, which .appear small and not length center vent. GQ predicts the popularity of the 'shirt suif look for the '70sMMit. baa faster when-we-team-to stop be more "gifted" as a gift-
worn under a short skirt. What looked like skirts and wore particularly eye catching. werable comfort and lots of FLAER1 I being string-saven, and an giver than you think!
she did, adapted has ,since ridiculed been,and revised ,, like pants, had become fash- However, artfully groupingcan '
have lonable for beachwear. World make the total image quite I
copied as women
War II brought Marlene Dietrich dramatic.
up bicycling, ballooning, horseback
riding, skiing and world to the front lines in alecks Wall groupings can be even SAYE ,tt
travel in a jet age. and a shirt. Back home, women more Impressive provided
Soon after the boom In wore panta to do men's colors either o'B I
they highlight i
bloomers, Sarah Bernhardtset jobs in war plants and wo T
the fashion world agog by men's auxiliary forces. The complement or match those
being sculpted wearing a pantsuit evolution continued In 1962 of other Items In the room.'
In 1869. It was the act of when Courreges introduced the Professional interior deco-
a social maverick, or worse. A trouser suit. rators recommed that groupIngs -
prominent fashion review of Now pants, the symbol of
. should be arranged and
the day state, concerning travel through the centuries,
pants: "There is a limit which, have become part of the space left for a few weeks If, after DD
we believe, cannot be exceeded age. True to these times, Eastern that period, It still appealsto
without immediate detrimentto Airlines is dressing its you, keep it that way. If
public morals and positive 3,600 Bight attendants in spacesuits not, try another arrangement.
offense to decency." which, like PrivateSsmpson'a
You can perk the chUd-
Aviatrixes trousers their up
gave uniform nearly 200
next big thrust as lady balloon. years ago mirror the age ren's playrooms by adding a ROOD STOatS
Ists were seen soaring skyward and exploits of man. fun touch with furry animal ,
In men's pants. Amelia Earhart Planned for fall and winter rugs, which are available in a I
added a helmet, goggles, lea. wear from the design room of wide range of designs and
'ther jacket, breeches and high David Crystal, Inc., the space-
boots. colors. Pillows also come in BRAND E CARVE RIB/
'suit collection features a one- ,
Bloomers for bathing and piece navy blue jumpsuit with gay colors and unusual shapes
bicycling began to be accepted matching jacket, flashing a for chlldren'uoomundplay-
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HIM: = S :I' PAPERS SATURDAY:: :HfEBiEiJ 1, '1"HiJ:: 1

' Ghetto 'Dweller Victims Of Swindling By Business Operating Under'The Law7 I I'I

' Four Blacks Upgraded -By Oil Company National Magazine Reveals

'I National Survey: Indicates I

: Decrease In Race Tensions I LF :r'' Duplicity- Used By Sellers

bearded warriors who want NEW YORK: Anyone seeking n easons for the growing rage In
NEW YORKA noted author, the swindles
to gun down the white man,, the nation's ghettos need look no further than
after coast-to-coast The
; but they look on the future practiced against slum dwellers i by crooked
on the "Mood of America mlsreprf
with more hope. They do, poor are continually victimized by
held out the that the
today hope November
cited In a
all upward sentatlon both according tc) cases
after see some or ,
peak of racial confrontation
movement in their race, and Reader's Digest article; wrose y et, In a large number of cases

hu Fletcher passed.Knebel, writing In they delight In tine( new bro-' the law actually protects the cw idlers. .

the current Issue of Look therhood, dignity and soul- Typical of.the dishonest sellIng chusetts, Vermont and California i-
Magazine, said he "sensed a sharing of the blacks" k 1 practices is the"bait-and- have recently abolished

feeling-perhaps hope is a switch" technique: a prospect "holder in due course."Other
better word-that the peak of responds to an appeallngtele- states should copy their action -

racial confrontation has passed Wilkins Calls The four men above are amoogthosepromot race y au Pete Percy Abram, second from the right,a former Tennessee vision low-priced commercial product offering-- three a Another needed reform is to,

and !that perhaps things Oil to sales representative positions. On the left, Ignatius E. State student, Joined Gulf In Los Angeles as an accountant In rooms of wall-to-wall carpet- update the body of commercial
will not, after all, get worse Carroll has been promoted to sales representative lathe Miami 1965 and moved rapidly through positions of Credit Trainee and 1
Ing for the "bargain law which lawyers for the,
before they get better. Education Key and He a leave of absence for about two say, ,
District He Is a former insurance agent, teacher airline Credit Man was on military
I of $150 -- only to be say Is nowgroosly
One reason for his feeling, of arts In In the Army. A native of Canton Miss. Mr. Abrams also poor
ticket agent Mr. Carroll holds a bachelor degree years Instead
told that it Is "sold out. weighted In favor of the seller.
Knebel said, was the fact that, music education from Dlllard and is a native of Mobile He was studied at California State College and at East Los Angeles College. Into
law for
he's high-pressured example
finally, "white Americans are To More RightsCHATTANOOGARoy employed by Gulf in Atlanta last February.Mr.and Mrs. Carroll Mr. and Mrs. Abrams reside In Los Angeles, where he Is buying, a much more expensive present a customer, who has
beginning to meet thousands section of Miami Clarence J. Anderson on the right a native
and their young son live In the northwest assigned 'version, usually sellIng purchased 20 pieces of
of blackAmerlcans stations Wilkins studied business and Memphian operated a station for a national until Gulf say
Second from the left Grady Terrell,who company for times its actual furniture have all items
of economic parity, executive director of the industrial management at Tennessee Ail University and at the purchased it. He served In the Army during World Warr II, value many may if he defaults on'
"There has been a tremendous National Association for t h e University of Tennessee's Memphis division and how joined the has attended Wilson Junior College and South East Junior Col made the purchase re-possessed he
Having his even though
recent increase: in black Advancement of Colored Peo- time as a conlegs where he studied business and accounting. Mr. and Mrs payments,
staff bf Gulf in October of 1968. He spent some the customer Is soon notified have paid most of the Installments -
faces that are visible. to the ple, believes that education struction inspector for the United States Army Corps of Englnptrs. Anderson and three Daughters live on the Southside of Chicago. that his sales contract has may Another "..malltype" -
traveling public at banks, continues to be the key to progress Mr. and Mrs Tori-oil ami,twa,yn.mg snng live In St. '
been finance com-
bought by a item legal in many
hotels ----- ,
i stores, airline counters -
t' In civil and human
With some marked exceptions Morris Brown Gets, Grant t pany. He doesn't realize It,but states, provides that a buyer
He this
rights. expressed o- w unless he registers a com ; all rights to a court'
I gives up
these blacks including
pinion at the 1969 Freedom Disc N Dollar Students
many beautiful girls, try plaint within a few days he defense if a seller subsequently -
Fund banquet of the Chattanooga -
harder and are warmer,more loses all legal claims to any sues him
NAAC Branch at the
helpful ut cheerful than their Read HouserHew Oct. Z9, Open Denver U. ,"guarantee" In the contract. The Digest article also urges
white counterparts." 8'y When the carpet begins to more legal aid for the ghettos,
One conclusion reached by 1 ?Y 4bA shred in a few weeks sail a move that will require additional -

the author was that, outside of Carl Stokes Clearing.; Unit, almost Invariably does the funds from local,state
the deadend ghettos, "blacks customer has nowhere toturn. and federal governments. It
are more zestful and optimistic The finance company is not calls too for more consumer-
than The Black American Law responsible.' education programs in the
whites They
complain, grouse about Elected Second Students Association (BALSA) Here's where the law stepsIn ghettos, including compulsory
Whitney and cheer those has initiated a nationwide y. t but on the wrong aide I If courses for ghetto schools.
,placement service to bring the customer decides to stop Another Important reform

Time To ,Office together Black law studentsand payments, he can be sued for lies in efforts now being made
prospective employers. breach of contract. Not only by the federal Office of Eco-

NAACP LDF CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 The Service, headquartered may his wages be garnisheed, nomic Opportunity and some
at the University of Denver.. but he can be made to payout local agencies to establish
Law 'Center, win serve as a the full price of the contract-
consumer ,
Ohio and of Mound
Steps Up Force I clearinghouse for Black law'
Miss., are black. plus court costs amounting owned and run by, ghetto
DEC7M DOLLAR--A silver students and employers many dollars Under present, people. Further help along
In Hartford, Conn., Wilbur 'dollar may not go as far as "The University of Denver law, the courts have no choice. these lines could be provided
Mississippi Smith was the first Black it used to,. but according to Law Center is Indeed proud; Practices like these are by encouraging "downtown"
candidate in the history of research engineers at Honey-. to work with BALSA In this widespread in ghettos the nation stores to open ghetto branches
the 334-year-old city. He well's Aerspace division, pilot project to articulate and 3 over. Says one expert In. Ignorance and desperation
NEW YORKs-Stafl: attorneyswho finished third among four St. Petersburg, Fla., large'' promote the needs of Black ; legal aid for ghetto residents often lead the ghetto residentto
are responsible for more ,candidates Mayor Ann Uc- scale integrated circuits-' American law students and, "The lack knowledge among handcuff himself with years
than 200 separatesouthernIntegration cello, white, narrowly won reelection like the one Joyce Jackson prospective employers," said the poor of the elementaryfacts of Installment payments for
cases across the as head of the state I Is displaying---are going Robert B. Yegge, Dean of the of commercial practice 'shoddy merchandies; but they
South conferred here and concluded capitol University of Denver. College L Is "
further than ever. The powerful truly staggering don't blind him to the dishonesty -
that the LDF should Democrat William Hart was 1 m1n1-circult--known as a of Law. i : (. Urging sweeping reforms, of the practice The,
follow up the Supreme Court's elected mayor of East Orange, digital correlator--packs Announcing the Service, J, *, author James Nathan Miller President's Advisory Commission -.
Mississippi school ruling im- a major city In New Jersey. 10,000 electrical components, Otis Cochran,BALSA National :says that one of the first goals on Civil Disorders in
mediately. There were three candidates.The or the equivalent of 200 transistor ;.Director, stressed the wide should be to abolish holder in '1968 attributed the ghetto riotsin

According, it will file motions city has a population of radios, on its paper- variety of exciting employment I GIVES $5,000 GRANT,TO MORRIS BROWN-Mllton due course," the provisionthat part to "the belief of many
in It to 100 pending halt of which is black. opportunities for the Black J CG.UFarOris
75,000, allows finance companiesto
thin surface The disc, whichis (right), Vice President of the Southern Marketing residents of disadvantaged
school cases at the district Marquette Ford, 41, became still under developmentmay attorney. Region of the Gulf Oil Co.-Uj5., presents Dr, John A. Middle- buy up installment contracts Negro neighborhoods that lhtIy
court level and ask for immediate the first Black to win a Judge- "All conceivable legal and
without Incurring any responsibiltty'for.theirterms -
I someday help discover ton, President of Morris Brown College, Atlanta, a Gulf Oil suffer constant abuses by local
Integration. IDF will ship in heavily RepubllcanSuf- new oil fields or assist man quasi-legal employers--from''i; Corporation AW to Education grant'6f$?,000,The Capital Granfsi A'lf. mercha *." *.> 1M M'M
not wait for tilt close of the ,folk County on Eastern. Long .government agencies to Wall j .
4n his efforts t cHalk to-AonW" has JjefarWtftod G'the th*
( school'sBuJldingjuAExpansJon Pro
school until the Island.,He 2-1. ". ,J-Street firms' l. are i tri l *'I
even seeking
or won
year -""-** ,* sWoJ
puters. grant and: j*the third gift to the School;front ihi ofl cbmpa y In! tf1i't' fte next
end of the semester. Every qualified Black lawyers to fill three years;,In 1966 Morris Brown received a $2.000 Unrestricted "they would be forced police ,round of ghetto explosions.,
southern state will be affected vacant and newly created positions Grant and in 1967 the practices of the stores that''
a $1,000 Departmental Assistance
; 25 Block-' Churchmen Announce said Cochran.
Another cases are on appeal
from southern district "The Service will provide Grant went to the school's Division of Education. In recent they, help,support. Massa- * *
Annual both the Black law 'f years Gulfs Aid to Education program has aided more than
courts to the appeals court For Berkeley Col. student and 40
predominantly black colleges and universities
'!eve, LDF also will move for the prospective employer with ,
:Immediate Integration these nationwide news ojt employ- :

There are 25 New York based NEW YORK:-The National Other Items Identified a I ment opportunities" Agriculture Bishop Urges Black Girls
attorneys and 250 cooperating Committee of Black Church- crucial Issues are: black economic Cochran noted that the Service Department Designs I
lawyers across the South. Although men, Inc, California, November -' will provide fast referral!
they have caseload re-' 11-14,1969. .cal action development an edccatlon., ooliti- !of qualified applicants to prospective Move Decrease In To Join Junior Miss ContestsMOBILE
.sponslbilltles in other areas More than 600 black church will employers and fol-
Working be
of the program, the entire men from throughout the nation sented by papers noted black scholars pre-- lowup to ensure that both the Ala--One of Ala- the winners at all levels
LDF legal and field educational are expected in Oakland Including Dr. James A.' 'needs of the employer. and the Race Tensions bama's top black leaders anda "Black' girls have won first

staff win place special to consider where the black Cone of Union Theological' student. are met. former president of the 'runner-up honors in such diverse -
emphasis' on breaking back church Is going According Seminary Dr. Gayraud L. Cochran is a law student at state's 20,000-member National states as Florida; Arizona -
.tif southern school resistance to the NCBC Newsletter, the Wilmore, Chairman of the Yale University Law WAS iINGTON-A: series of opportunity must become an Association for the Ad- and California, and
She President's statement In black church "Is going to meet United Presbyterian COlin the,' School, New Haven, Conn., training sessions, geared toward integral part of every aspect vancement of Colored People Eskimo and Japanese girls'
which he acknowledged that the Its Lord In urban ghettos and cil on Church and Race Pro- national headquarters of a more meaningful civil,, of personnel policy and practice today urged high school senior have represented their'statesat
Court bad spoken decisively rural slums of America, on fessor Robert Browne Black .BALSA. rights action program He requested that the girls of all races throughout the national finals in Mo
and la which he said that the the college campus, in Jails Economic Development, Con- John W, Davis, a junior the throughout all areas of USDA training program be completedby the country to take advantage bile and have finished in the
Administration desires to help and narcotic clinics, among ferecce and others. P r e- University of Denver Collegeof responsibilities, has been Initiated June 30.JIIOIIS. of the numerous benefits offered top five,"he said. -
with "problems"arising from the developing nations of sentatlons will be made by Law, Is serving as director by Secretary of Agriculture by the America's Junior Pageant officials said an
the ruling Is, of course, welcome Africa-wherever people of local representatives fo the of the BALSA Placement Service Clifford M, Hardln. To Be Miss Pageant. exact number of minorities
More welcome, bow- color struggle for identity, Alamo Black Clergy GIG during its pilot year. At the opening session of the The Rt, Rev. William M.- .who have participated in pag
ever, would be a statement to pride, and PO!"." ,Community Organization, Brochures announcing the training progress, agency administrators -, QuestionedOn Smith, presiding bishop of the 'eants at all levels was un-
the effect that the law will be High on the agenda for the Black Poather Party and the Service, are being mailed to, and their de- Eighth Episcopal District of 'available because question-
promptly and vigorously enforced three day meeting will be a ,Oakland Black Caucus, several hundred law' firms puties heard Howard Univer Riot Acts the African Methodist Episcopal 'Dairies and other material

and that the full resources discussion of the theological The National Comlttee of throughout the United States, slty Professor Emeritus Ray Zion Church, comprised sent to contestants and .returned -
of.the Department ol implications of the black ex- Black Churchmen Is directors of public 'defender ford W. Logan discuss tilt CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 of more than 300 churches to the main office-do
Justice will be turned to im- perience. According to the tional organization of a black nat and legal aid'societies, government .,. nature'of prejudice and the 'of liquor stores, taverns,gun Alabama, Louisiana, Florida, not ask the contestant's race

plementation. Rev J, Meta Rollins, execu- clergy and laymen maintaining agencies, and deansof causes and effect' of discrimInation stores and service stations and New Jersey, said there .However, they I said, Judging
Otherwise, the burden will tive secretary of NCBC, its headquarters in law schools. related to USDA programs and only during emergencies. are more than 1,300 local from newspaper clippings
fall upon Negro children, parents "There is a new thrology developing York City. New .All Black law students are Understanding and relating The chief executive charged preliminary pageants across minorities who have partici,
and the LDF, of which, uf9tf$# black experience r being requested toforwardre- to minority group problems that police reacted too slow- America at which many schol- pated have been many :
of course, is limited by the 'ind c "liSeeds. to be sumes to the Service at the In more effective program ly at first ,' then'quickened 'arships and other awards are "The important thing Is'in
availability of manpower and analyzed articulated first Halloween Party At University of Denver.Collegeof Implementation was the their pace, with the result offered participation\ ," Bishop Smith
funds, particularly in an Administration among black theological scho Law. topic of a talk by Clemmont that tensions increased. Bishop Smith pointed out that said "As more high school

:' dedicated .to law .lars Only after this is accomplished Kennedy CenlerGrealA After being matched with Job; E. Yontress of George Washington Judge Ambrose Olllff, presiding In the 12-year history of the seniors of every race, color,
and order can this rich and day-late Hallowe'en party requests, resumes qualified; University. in the case, will review American's Junior Miss Pageant and creed participate, more
'I11e1mplementaUonofunam. vital experience by etfeftlvely was celebrated at the RobertF. students will be mailed to prospective In outlining Us civil rights matters on November many minority groups will have the opportunity of
biguous Supreme Court Introduced Into the total ex- Kennedy Community Center employers who will policy Secretary Hardln state* 20. have been represented among consideration of the .
judges.r -
rulings should be the first parlance of the' church: at Saturday, November 1, arrange personal interviews. that the training program "is

priority. _of government_ __ large" at 5 p.m. BALSA was formed In 1967 only the first stepM.each agency .
The costume parade turned by students at New York University will develop training

out to be a family parade. Columbia and Howard programs In civil rights to fit
MI' tiy iidi MITnus lAtE 4 The leading family was the Law Schools "to make legal Its own particular needs and I
'IcCarthy family, with four education and the legal profession problems. In directive to
'' 1Ii number. The ONeas and more relevant to the agency heads the Secretary
AT Jim the Qualntances tied tor second .Black experience," according i; asked the agencies by March

place,'with two each re- to Cochran 31 to: 1. Correct programsthat 10
WHEN YOU resentlng a family. '- have been conducted in Stil
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You Seek The Best Doctor """ .
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When Your Doctor PrescribesGet ui : programs are announced as

Experienced Pharmacists
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I Bethune-Cookman Battles Mississippi Valley State College Devils ,Nov.. 15 -- I

I Tight Scoring ExpectedBy Stars In Any Football League FAMU's, Spicer .Considered. ', 'reMeterlafTheih

., Pigskinners At B.C.The : .J. I Net, Spelled

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Bethune-Cookman Col- AIM University 31-13.: TAL4HASsEE.Fla..cF; AY. more,.
Wildcats will take Headcoach Jack McClalreo has
leg. : ) Plai1nc for the Rattlers t
strong Mississippi Valley said "this Centennial Homecoming attracts, FloridaAlb4'rlght. been an obsession with Spicer

State College Blue Devils In should be a thriller guard attacks. .. since be saw the team play in

Its Centennial Homecoming at because my players are out Gillette's Right Guard mtl; Us senolr year In Ugh school .

zoo: p.m.Saturday,November for revenge and Mississippiwill In three sizes: small medium "I saw t the Rattlers play Tennessee -
IS, In Welch Memorial be trying for another big and' giant economy. FAQ State when I was in the'

Stadium win over us." MUs right guard comes In. 12th grade and I was Impressed
The Wildcats who met the Bethune Cookman College
with the Rattler machine.
one size: BIG.; .
Blue Devils in Mississippi will celebrate the 100th fear/ He's Walter Spicer a" four- There was Just something about -
last for the first time 'of collegiate football along '
season year veteran offensive guard, the team's pride, dignity
were beaten 266. with homecoming festivities who ,has, 232 'pounds'spread and unity that intrigued me so*
To date B-CC 3 and 2, drop- Awards courtesy of Chevrolet, evenly a six-loot:; frame. A I decided to come to FAMU
ping to Morris Brown Motor Division, General Motors scholar "
games package of terror., 'with. or without a ship. :
10-0 Savannah State 26-25. .will be presented to Dr 1 I Offensive guards aren't exactly Of course he had a scholarship :

They have beaten Albany State Richard V. Moore College r r1 i ,in the spotlight on offensive '' offer,-as he had gotten
College 34-0, Kentucky State President; the coaches and plays and Some of the from several'other,schools.

College 38-0 and Alabama players for B-CC'i contribution :best in the business go 'u n-. Spicer said the competition
to football. Similar celebrations noticed to John D.Public when is so tough that nobody on the'

A&T Graduate are scheduled for Mr. Public's favorite runner" team has it made. Every guy
other NCAA schools in the darts 'who comes here must work
into the end zone. for a,
nation. x_ touchdown. hard to make this organizattn. -

School Dean "Great run. That guy really I don't care who be

Aggie Sets Record has mores '.H.'. definitely: is. Even If be was all-every-,

Gets Top Hono r ,pro material," Mr.' Public1. thing in high! school It doesn't
ays. make any difference when he'gets

PRINCETON, NJ.-Dr.Dar- KNOXVILLE TENN.Seyon And Mr. Puibic is probably here. .
wln T. Turner dean of the Harrell, middle, distance runner right. But too often he gives' 'T learned this In my fresh-
for North Carolina A&T
Graduate School at North Carolina no credit, tq the guy leading man year .I remember that:
A&T State University set a record In the 880-yard the 'fIy.for Us favorite! run-, Melvin Jones Hubert .Gina
at tbeiMews Sentinel Fall
has been appointed to the run ner. the guy pioneering and 1 had worked exceptional
Graduate Record Examinations 'Festival Track Meet held at the run by sticking: his head ly bard but we weren't allow
Board, the board which me University< afeiTfinnessee.? : In the meat gtinder'lgnortg ed to dress for this one game,
directs a nationwide testing Running *"ram, Harrell the possibility of getting it It hurt so badly we went back''
program for 220,000 students posted a 1:50.6 to better the chopped off and blazing the to our rooms and cried. We
seeking admissions to old mark of 153.3 set by', NI trail Into'the Promised Land, bad worked Just as bard u'

graduate schools. James Kemp in 1964. beyond the goal line.' anybody else yet we..didn't

Dr. Turner's election to the Spicer such a man:-a Daniel -' dress." ... .
Board is for a term of four Trojans- Davis WantsNo Boone of the'rush, a grand "I realized then that It would,*J.
years. In addition to supervising 'ComparisonLOS n ,4 marshall of the pigskin parade -' be an honor to make this team,:'

,the Graduate,Record : a bulldozer in the flesh or even dress for one game"
Examinations (GRE), the ANGELES;;....Clarence 1 I .I ,", ...,. .y 1'" He's also ,aware that sometimes Spicer has this belief that he
board also directs the Graduate Davis of the Trojans wants to NFL OR AFL--All stars in any league, Diana Roes and four of from their smash TV production, "On Broadway" Miss Ross" some of his best efforts doesn't have exceptional ability -

School Foreign Language be. Clarence Davis. He does Motown Temptations' Melvin Franklin,, Otis Williams Dennis and The Supremes and The Temptations star In the satirical are not openly lauded and the. so he sajfs he Just has "to.

'Test, giaarillyrequlredof not relish'.comparison with Edwards, and Paul Williams spoof, the tune Buckle Up B-B- spoof of Broadway past and present on.the NBC Network, plaudits for a Job well done are work much harder"
candidates for doctorates a O.J. Simpson. B-Burbank," in the comedy sketch "Malteds Over Manhattan," Wednesday November 12; 9-1Q, p.m. (EST).-Motown Photo. ,very few and tar between.' He: So,.he doesn't mind it if no-.
test taken by some 30,000 even considered being a linebacker body In the stands knows be'r.onthe

students last year. Hampton's ConyBy lemoration Hurt so he could be singledout field. He knows that

The board Is responsible for' oodrich' (And A Scholar UL occasionally, like when the the guy playing in front of him
test development research, SoCial public addr ss 'announcer rill know It. "It worries me
and general operations of the 2 ,Point, Loss To Howard U. r PM .' would say;;"Walter Spicer on: when I get beat 'on a play so

two examinations both administered Workers Want ''the tacUe."kUtt: ,would sound when I really have to move a'
by the Education- HAMPTON INSTITUTE Head coach Whitney' Van pretty good, and everybody .guy out I don't think about himI

.Testing Service In.Princeton Hampton Virginia-Nothat Cleve was somewhat pleased would know Walter Spicer.. .Just goat him hard with my

the Hampton has Institute football with his team's performance Welfare Changes ,In the game I I. legs pumping and pumping..
commemorated collegiate
A native of Cincinnati Ohio, against Virginia State The But the amazing thing about, Something has to give"
,,. Dr. Turner is a Phi Beta Kappa football's. 100th anniversary Pirates overwhelmed Virginia Spicer is Us unselfishness. .And something does give..
i graduate of the University the Pirates will be ,State in almost all the offen- WASHINGTON:-Sweeping i He knows that he or any 'other 'More often than not It's the
of Cincinnati, where he also seeking to upset Howard University's' sive categories. HI had a changes in national manpower interior offensive llnemanhas' guy playing Infrontof FAMU

earned the M.A. degree. He homecoming this total offense of235 yards com and welfare policies. were recommended the most thankless Job In foottoll. right guard -

,holds the Ph. D. degree from Saturday Howard Stadium. pared to the Trojans'. 170 to a key house He knows that when he

the University of Chicago.He Hampton's commemoration yards. ,n 'k committee today by two maJor'. goes home for the summer or Alabama Peace
is co-editor of "The was somewhat marred by losing The Pirate defense was also national organization the break be cant tell the little- '

: Images. of the.Negro In America hard to Virginia State 9-7'in a ,praised by Van Cleve. He Whitney M. Young lr., executive kids ',on his block how many'touchdowns Corps WorkersHave
foughtclashthlspastSat-: director of the Na-
credited 310-pound All-Con-
1 editor of "Black American he scored how
urday. It was pirates'fifth tional Urban League and presidetrt ,
and ference tackle 'Bert Robinson
Literature, defeat this many,yards he gained_ b 9' "Nlw.l'oekIAU.
t4ItMo straight seasonbut with "his best game, o the of the National Associate ''\If,
wk r-pI a dlh 16 el eke d: aH Isdjcattong.J pXFH/r:tt f.1Tt'JjQ.d'\ er last) Uon'of Soofal''lrertersT: !.a8dua ow..,;, ... 1\( ,Y.. In.'IJ'II f,"I .A-N
soon ;rates will.freak into th< why j week and hrwenttmt. and NormBn" If l'l 1 ule 'tbr m'tJ. .maw., hem 01;'': !i hlimiwf' nt.9 //iff! "ii-
Column: this Saturday. did a fine Job." In addition tp president of the MASW:told The upcoming visit of two returned
the House Ways and Means made. : :- Peace Corps Volunteers -
Robinson, .versatile Elwood you Imagine felllnaallttIe --
Can to the Alabama State
that "the best
Your professional beautician, Hill also played his usual outstanding Lawrence D. Harris, of Akron, Ohio, receives a four-year B.F. to the welfare systemis approach kid that you were the one to campus will reflect how the
game making nine Goodrich Achievement Scholarship Award :ora J.W. MU1-
Nr>;:. f' unassisted tackles and asslt- not to reform It, but to replace your own 17yardlinelnathlrd face of Peace Corps has
knows the
answer.. .
'er for F
'" Jr., vice president-personnel and organization B G. and-two situation that kept the changed with age and experience. .
.t t'. ,,' four others.Sophomore It with a new system
lug on
Harris plans to attend Baldwin-Wallace College, Bern, Ohio, that in need an I 'winning toncbd.owj drive alive? .
quarterback Till- L and is considering a career in mathematics, science or phi assures people loves "
Income .., Yet, Spicer ''Y8l'1mID- Clem Burroughs,who attended .
; adequate on an
Sease to have
... man seems secured losophy. At Akron South High School, he was active in weest- '. ute he's played for the Rattlers. Alabama State prior to Us
} the role of the number Hag track radio workshop chess and journalism He is a '
recommended "uni "Just being part of the Peace Corps service and Jack
',..1.' signal caller.. This Saturday member of the National Honor Society -- Goodrich Photo They a team is 'for h
social eivajh: me, esaid. Ware ,will be on campus the
Sease will be playing againsta versal system of security
: '
4 Sure, I know I'm always week of November 3 to explain
familiar face, that of Till- directed at the preven- ;
some.h\ man Sease Sr. the Howard tion of poverty." overshadowed by the ball Director Joseph Blatchford's
Why r head coach. Sease, Jr. has FAMU Otis Collier Psyches This Includes: 1.A manpower j handlers but I don't mind The ''"new directions" for the
coaches put me in this position, .!Peace Corps and talk to those
which provides
shown improvement with each program
break off when combing? at and I try .to do may best., students and faculty members
game ,Thus far he has com- meaningful Jobs
Self Before Entering Game Creation of I There is also personal satisfaction Interested international
pleted 54 of 109 passes for. wages. 2. a public' '; when be
Spicer gets service.
509 service employment systemand
yards. '
TALLAHASSEE, Fla.FAMU .---- She was the smallest thing out :knows he's opened the hole for The "new directions" basically -
Your hair Is precious and delicate.and none of us like to see If there is one mi of play'coach guarantees of I Jobs and ,;
I It break off for any reason. Scientists tell us that excessive use Van Cleve is not pleas -After watching Otis there at 130. training to all who want them., 'the short yardage of pulled illustrate a growing un-

of hot combs and over,processing of hair with chemicals often ed with It Is the absence of Collier annihilate an opposing But he had no reservationsabout the 3. A federally financed and with perfect timing to lead VV .a, dtrstandlng) the Peace
But ball carrier in a recent FAMt competing against :gain on an outside play. 'Corps and 60 host countries it
In administered cash
f are major causes of brittleness resulting hajr jpreakage backfield blocking He said, payment
breaksoff football game a spectator remarked ,larger guys. "It didnt of Income maintenanceat And of course, the ultimate serves of what a volunteer can
hair that Is naturally curly arid tangles easily frequently "our quarterbacks are among'the ,' "That guy must be' -' I Just wanted to play.foot system level ofassured ,pleasure of any blocker is to contribute to the development
in combing.Notice how Irritated your scalp becomes best conditioned boys on an adequate
j mad with the world." ball," he said. see a teammate score through of a country and Its people
when you comb In contrast to the way your,beautician does? the team. He added, "Sease o 130 payment. 4. Expansion of
Truth is Collier mad Collier l'ocketedfromhis '' hole he's "T he'
was 'ia r opened.
a'ndI social 'to' ,
beautician knows that curly hair mat got hit so hard, but st1Udldn't security coverage
Your professional 'not at the world at the starting weight to 190 whenhe other like backs rather
Just buys running than replace the cross
tangles so easily that It should be softened before Combing lose his poise 4)r enrolled FAMU ,end poverty for the aged, and,
opposing players finished and and tacklers get immediate cultural skills of
establishment of universal : the B. A.
to the scalp and damage to rattle. a ;
I Otherwise, unnecessary Irritation '' before and since he's past 200 now and I feel
the I psyche myself : up rewards do too. 'I 'generallstwho is thejackbontfotthe ,
health to meet the health
To achieve this needed To help ease quarter- plan
the'shaft and ends of the hair occurs.
the defensive ,the only explanation he has for {like all effort has been
.my ,
effect tfist'prevents breakage back'" trouble Van Cleve plans every game needs families and children.S. << Peace Corps me agency)
softening and a temporary relaxing monster (or'strong safety) his sudden weight Increase U, ,worth it when I have made It is trying to ,attract! more
basic social service and
ClairolHalrSoNew.bn all human hair (*Including wigs creme), most rih$beauticians;Jor combingease rely to Blackman move: to versatile the fullback Richard slot i said ."I make myself mad at "I guess" Just started growing rehabilitation, A system to bring ..possible for a long pI.ner.r. ,. people with technical skills
on spray.on iate. '
them before I them an*
ever see a score. years of experience.
and for beautifying your hair In many other ways, trained Blackman, who runs the 40 Now you might think that's .' He played both offense and professional. help to- those in Spicer doesn'tprefertoblockfor

beauticians stock a complete family ot.N J&ftigrol'products for yard dash In 4.8 seconds, not very hospitable,especially I defense inhigh school and when need While of It.supporting the principle : one runner over another, During the week of November
has been offensive
1 ,your specific needs. rfotrrrf playing when the opponent is the visiting ;hIs freshman year atTAMU of the Nixon Administrations -' '"I don't care ;who it Is Pm '!. 3. the returned rolunteerswIll
Visit your expert hairdresser who car nDout your hair care guard and line backer. team. And you're right 'was no' different. "We went for partial blocking: for. 'I do my best on Jman,' ..a, booth; in the student
and your comfort. Whatever the nature of you/ hair problems; The 1969 HamptonHowardgame But then nobody's hospitable both ,ways then and after the proposals :every play; And when. I know, union speak in classes and
federal takeover of
I only your pro'esslonal beautician:knows, 'the'. answer for sure I II of will the mark two teams.the 57th meetIng on.a football field when the 1 coaches saw me play defense they stated that "the welfare annual J I a play is coming:my way: I; .'administer the language

I e Clilrol Ine 1967 Courttty of Chiron Inc. I ball is in play-.-especially 'they shifted me there to stay, base of $1,600 for a family of' ,,reach back and. get alittle'_ placement test.

Comer.' especially since platconlng. four Is far short of the amount
.' With the demanding nature ,became so popular.

needed for
family health nutrition .
: -OW'1I1C.'r.
of college requirements for Now he prefers defense because safety and decency."
graduation now,'.finishing In he loves to hlt..and They recommended that the
.EARN.AND-LEARN PROGRAM FOR WOMEN four years has become myth, hard. He doesn't see a pass shortcomings of the bill' be: '. *. QUALITY! ,' WORK
not Just for football player ball carrier as .
? receiver or remedied through a'revised ,
Offers A coarse 'In but for everybody. It now,take.live. an opponent.s his enemy and standard of Income assurance "i F' *i O ii E IF$t.I'.' fi" IceRIU"
w Collier assumes the'"H's'either above ''the poverty level fun: ',j.cJ: ''it. ;..,h..,. .. .
.' """; ....,......""' .' But college coaches usually him or me" so he goes federal administration ,and *. -Crand*Putt ElemScbot'Tie : r'\:7'! 1tT.' J

r' GRAPHIC I ARTS take advantage of the,five- after his man with blood Inhls costs of welfare and assurances -*, Star'News'J'I''L { 4' "- ,
: 'f.:9f''r
; : year play by red shirting (or ':; Cart' : ;.# {
; '. ..eyes of Jobs at decent.wages' G SCE 4)j j ,: :
,. holding out of competitive action And be knows be bits bard' for tbos lathe proposed 'j Ceo'W. earner School v fQ "sat
: ,: : : ,i '
i>: :; i :: ;St\-:\ Yirityping Tape Punch for one year)some play "If somebody bit me as hard work-training program. Forest Park School II) ',,,::1".

I'. y ,. ,",: ." era Almost everybody'' worth as I.Ut them I Just wouMnt They said the workrequirement ;; ,' ''EpIIfa.J.r. cadeDaJ! ; tt ..) "t,1,I
his salt is redshirted. '
I ;Edward'
: play football. aspects of the Administration f CoUege '' -t "-
'; \'l) : Headliner Composition :' But a few players aren't.They Referred to be his teammates bill "wrongly createa. Over 75''Weddings:(c511'l ) :. ;.; !;. I

J. i are either not worth it, are at the defensive quarterback climate of mistrust and R.V. Daniel)Elam .$cbool :.! .. I:;.
';AU'IOMA1IC. COt lucky enough to be playing i :Collier directs the traffic in coercion," and called for exemption -, :St'Paul A.M.E. Church .e..l
: '
: ; t position where talent is drastically the dfenslve backfield with the of motherswith, :Mt.Ararat Church a '
; by
V : PART TIME EMPLOYMENTFor lacking or they are toodarn I opposing quarterback as his school-age children and beads, Astro Gents Men,Club ;' :ii..I.
...-. good to 'be sitting. out a ,focal point. "I watch the quarterback .of single-parent families from, ..;.... :(,I
Those Who Gaalifrf year. to see the play develop these provisions.: : ', J. BrayboyAndAssoc.1'v .; t '.'1"

Collier is In 'the third cate and I help keep the rest of the _,Moat of the poor.who are: ,JatviUe Recording Co. '';i.. ,t. '._-'J:.
gory. He was just too darn guys alert," he said. able, do work,'? they .....Attacking .; (OUT OF SPACE). '} """ Ina ",";' + t
] ,good to be redshirted. He patrols the backfield as a the myth that the poor :
1 ; f fIIll, liME EMPLOYMENTAfter This is his forth consecutiveyear backup man against the run and, 'don't want to work,.they cited : A.iU. Church;: 'Alpha Pei: Alphar ':.'Delta m ter r Yj:

.,,.,..- as a starter- "for' the.Rat- the initial barrier against the,; .figures showing that 5 million 'aver, IIQ, private .CIUM'= .Campus Toren :1Aonard':
Training Period tlers. .pass. "My Job differs from' people) were'llDderempi01..- Studio' Royal Diplomats Club Ron and tota;''CLdg.L"
He broke Into the lineup as Raymond's (Raymond Wllcox, working at Jobs that pay less St. School Bethune E18m.
an offensive back but since jhlddle ) in that Ms firsts, than the poverty level" '.. W aehlodton Shore -Roosevelt. 'r B.1&.8e'I' \' abi,: ,!
REQUIREMENTS, : MUST TYPE 50, wat@ KIt MINUTE OVER 19 YRS the latter part of his freshman ;trresponsibttity Is the run and;; "'''J'U' most:Intractable problent -, A

I year has n in the defensive *mine !is the pass. If I see if s : today:is. not In .unem.ployme .Ol. i ljMDi't::{

l "VjFLiIIA STIR .. 2323 Nudist, M., ',liar 1311 St. : ,going to .be a running play ,, Itsolf," th ey stated,', ... ......->.I. ", "" "" : ,. tit ,"i ..
;', j He now weighs 220, pounds ,then I move up to help in case, "but. $in fun time work at low .r ; (1

I ..,'" ': .,'04' I. ." ,,, .if 1r'" \-- .... and when it's be'hard first to Yent'oIt.believe.that for .the,runner, get;past the.llne i_ .'pay;In deaden Jobs vitiiUtile Intr.'.'f ,. .ifinf.3, ,..Irt. ( .: rEeljjr. 7H 2 :; !

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l Racial _Prejudice At UCLA Crashed Alcindor's Hopes For "Being Black" .. I f

'Fsnets' Athlete, Forsook, AftT Coach Sfithero U. Star,. Hampton's Pirates- Gird For

Filth. II Chrisfln Ways Irviu Thinks 21-Gamo Basketball Battle

NEV YORt.v AJcI.ndor'1\osIt for dignity &Dd'iDtecra.
lion wu bitterly fnstrate4 at OCUut: MI PerleDCea; OB Problems HAMPTON, INSTITUTE, players will make the Pirates
there resulted In Us finding a new s jt1tude toward We with Hampton, Virginia.-HamptonIqsOfute formidable 1969-70., .
blam according to his'adobldgraph f In Sparta Dluwhtted GREENSBORO, N.C."Tbeeternal bead basketball coach The 1969 -. 70 Basketball
this week, H.t to_second of a three pert series,wrlitep.ith optimist" la the way Issac Moorebeadhas announced Schedule follows=- December
Jack Olsen. t A. d1bM1g13 f that the Pirates will 1 1969
North Carolina ALT basketball y yi Morgan State College
Alclndor.says bt arrived at tome misguided of, coach Cal Irvia describes: playa 21 game schedule Home; 5, Virginia Union
UCLA hoping that he bad left loyalty or 'feeling .:himself. during the 1)69-70 season In Away; 8, St. Paul's College,
racial prejudice behind him in,, ,let me confidence stay in and, the'coacb 'With Irvin yon know thats' addition, the Fighting Pirates Home; 9, Virginia Union,
New York' but ugly ,1 incident. the ball game.". blow not a way of bragging "IPs will participate twotournanents Home; 13, D. C. Teacher's,
after ugly Incident Later.la the'season during the season the Home 15 .
quickly Just that we always set high ; Virginia State College
after team showed
convinced him that be bad' Houston who : goals,", he added. "We think Sixth Annual Amphibious Basketball Away 16,Delaware State
ailed "to outflank the racial clodot. donned was load, Al- in the positive manner." Tournament and the College AWI1.December .
wall." One of his small groin 0.I robe for his departure a wild African\ Irwin,was probably remembering Bluefleld Invitational 18-20. Sixth Annual
.of black toothers,'t brilliant' ,the locket, from last basketball season Coach Moorehead Is expect. Amphibious Basketball
student introduced /him to way of room It,WU his when be"molded a rag mop ed to build his team around Tournament-Elizabeth City
saying be
book such: : as-Alex Haley's !rm, Mack explain, team, with no returning star t'ers -. four returning starters from State, Cbeyney State College'
"lite Autobiography fm proud of. into asquadthatcompiled .the 1968-69 team that posteda Chapman
of Mai being black and : College, PlkeviUe
com X" and be',developed' nmnoi? lcan tau Bert It or It lean Is'N |ra'17-1 record. LaS4r?,< Aw 11-1 overall and 9-11 conference College Mansfield State College .
his,first Interest In :Islam. it. This lame."" t Thll'r.u Irvin has a little f record Hampton Institute, Phi.
Later In his freshman year' more, los optimistic The returnees Include Junior blast, Sublanl .
he made a second attempt at ,He'has four returningstarterstwo ''QA b ,tnrF'' Prentice Hill, who averaged January 2-3, 1970, Bluefleld
college ,normalcy and began 1C WII"cats'Sehdee' or three front line subs,. ; 19,7 points per game (seventhin Invitational-Bluefleld State,
dating a white co-ed. Despite several players up from' the'' the conference); senior Western Maryland Lynchburg
their completely discreet con* Jayvees and three of tour other : Robert ICornp1,1I'hoav'rllt9s College, Hampton Institute. ,
duct white students brought Ala ,,topnotch freshman prospects i 14,7 points a game; senior. January 7, Howard University 1
such pressure to beat on both "I wouldn't say that we are : Harold/ James, whose 12.3 rebounds Home; 13, Norfolk State
of them that he broke off thefrleDdshfp. :going to be loaded" !said tf1' a game led the team College Away; 16, Coppln
,In the lonelinessthat AftM If 3115. Irvin "The whole conference, score, and sophomore guardGary State, Away; 17MorganState,
followed be retreated Into is going to be loaded. In fact Anderson, who"shot a Away; 24, Virginia State
himself in order. to Had this is going to be the most .443 from the floor as a freshman Home; 26,Delaware State College
The Bethune-Coohmtn College roM ]foa'l'
himself.Alclndor., dlffucult pre-seasoncampw Away; 31, Livingstone,,
writes that he had Wildcats rolledtoa JMS have ever had". Other retufttefcsitoUde Home '
always been able to withdraw victory over the Bulldogs of Irvln, one of the.veteran senior Mike atk8st'junior February 2, Norfolk State
within himself because be had Alabama AIM' University. at' coaches of the Central Intercollegiate Pernell Hamlln sophomores College, Home;7,North Carolina '
always ,been a'"minority of; .Daytona. Athletic Association William Hudglns I and Kevin College, Away; 9, Living
one: very tan, black, Catholic. B-cC.cot on. the scorbosrdin '(CIAAX) U beginning hit Quince stone, Away; 14, Howard, Away -
.".He,became be writes,. the first quarter wbenhaif-- 16th season u bead coach at Artls Carrot, above la listed to Southern profiles and Is one of the football stars He Coach Moorehead feels thatan ; 17, Maryland State College
"consumed and obsessed by; back Alfred Haywood sprinted AtT. His teams during this Is a guard, offensive captain, is quick, with lots of ability He is a good Mocker, an effective improved defense and cohesiveness Home; 21, St. Paul's
my interest in the black man,' 28 yards for a touchdown time have 'won 336 out of 458 player, a senior and weighs 237 pounds. He 1s one of the famous Southern Jaguar on the !part of his College Away
la ,black power black pride, Early in the second quarter, for a percentage of 74 per Captains

black would courage.suffice,1* .1IIa1w\ for me, for Haywood another scrambled TD to give 18 yards the cent.The four returning startersfor .. AftT State Yates Coaches'Choice

All his life Alcfndor hadbeen, Wildcats a, 16 point margin A A T are sharpshooter CONSUMER TALK about I
a practicing Catholic and.ud. The Bulldogs picked up two Daryle Cherry ((19.7)), 6-7 Grambling Crumples For Week's' Player
on a safety when a
denly he found It was all over: B-CC Vernon Walker(1MX) forward BLANKETS
punt was blocked in the
Elmer Austin ((16,1)) and play
and be felt no regrets. The GREENSBORO
Bible,".be explains "had no end right cone back but and the moved'Cats the came ball maker Tommy Blackman by J. C. Penney'i. J ton Yates of North, .N.C.-Carl-Carolina Va. native was named by the

,further meaning for me.:The briskly to the AIM one yard (10.5)) Walker's 18 per game Jackson State PunDefense' }f Home Economists.Hi ALT has 1I'orlt'4 out a pretty coaches u" A&Ts "Player of
Bible 'and ,Us 'teachings had, rebounding average was among I the Week
Hoe. good formula for
produced all these hate-filled I Sbphomore quarterback the highest in the III.Uon's Bed, Ilk. people, come, In intercepting "I feel real good about my
James Peterson blasted into assorted ilsei There are twin, passes. ICs called thinking
people that 'I saw. in'Los Angeles. small colleges.GrambliMf success against the Rams,"
;the end tone on a keeper for full, queen, king and western positively.
It seemed to, me that, Cookman's third Touchdown. By king beds Etch of these "I Just say to myself theother said Yates. "I Just hope that
should be outfitted with ''I can have as good a game this
there was nothingin the world' The Bulldogs scored a touchdown ( GetsBasketballers prop. team is going to pass
erly Hitting blanket against Morgan This Is
as unlike Christ as Chris '
on down" said
late in the second quarter every Yates.Of .
When blankets "
selecting the
tians." MBS. (SPECIAL Running and passing with an course, it doesn't always one we need
oa an eight yard run by consider whether they will be Yates pilfered the three Win-
la this Installment Alclndor John BeDam,. ,Uriah Mduka's almost prof.s.lolla1sartl) of accomplishment,powerful Gram used by gentle Granny or a work out that way, but Yates, iton-Salem
describe his development as kick was good for the extra Will College took Jackson State apart 62-13, In a gross mismatch rugged teen, in a warm room the Aggies' senior safety, believes passes and applied
a basketball player through, before 13,992 stunned spectators Jackson.The Tigers or I barely heated one Whatever that thinking some fancy feetwork for returns
>point and.At half ended with, ; positivedid
his and he In Fight Mood were audacious your needs, today's blankets of 41, 19 and six yards
college years,: : ; the WlldcaU leading }S9.", positively as All-American cnadidate Frank help him pick off three
blames himself for .UCLA'S"' '' The 'Catipereued: their Lewis, Willie Armstrong, Virgil Robinson Calvin Dyer and them.are Moat engineered modem to blankets meet enemy aerials against Wln- respectively:
big loss" to Houston;IlL his"Junior lead U .the third quarter on i 1>v 'GRAMBUNG, LA. (tsPe Ia1)- Matthew Reed tipped merrily, .through the gaps for a record are synthetic with acrylics ston-Salem last Saturday night "I on should one of have them gone"he all added.hiway
year. He was;out of 29' yard' touchdown pass from, j .HAStealupncttceatutedatGrambling 742 yards *> leading the market. For his effort, the Richmond ,,
condition and had an eye InJury Peterson to split end Elijah College recently The .victory' enabled Glum ,tack that daiiled.
: J stank jap,the J Joint;| tl tlUcl1ardl ""Tr", :' 'A .!, -I* ,Coach ,Fred Hobdy InitiatinganotherrecflnstfwUsn ,Eddie Robinson to make up' Scoring Summary:\
was the worst player on the +s l pro-, somewhat for'.. Indignities t'/.GCftWillie Armstrong 6vyrtTan -' ,
conrt,; he' h''but \out of )M 1 :r't cram ''Iftt ,}J enoylng. a briefs! A J GMMbtyig fcrfftred W its last', >CaMn Lewis ,kick.GCt .''' Old Taylor Presents: Ingenious AnYericans:

1It. quarter ;' respite.Tte visit here when Jackson handed \ VirgU Robinson,18-yard i itun

'" '.4,... ...._ .A& ......._.....a... ...." .. Tigers are back on bardttm.i the Tigers their only defeat .' Lewis kick ( )
--f. j" '' "To':- -;- -I..p..t following curious series of the 1981.euOJl.lAw .'CCI Frank ,Lewis, 25-yard Benjamin Banneker(173M806)
;'CO/oIfOlI 56 CADILLAC(ONIAOIMICONDITIONtOCWAfUAIA.1QGr4AWIN SEDAN DEVILIE.".. ..,. ., $, $ .jf of incidents. Hobdy was wu Immeasurably pass from Frank Holmes
>,DowLHECTAI000IODeWAA.!: .. exhilarated by his success In dominating figure- and was lewis kick
signing three of the nation's: positively sensational than GCt Virgil Robinson 4-yard

': 67 EL DORADO................ 4595 most sought-after prospects, derlng through bruised tackles ':run, Lewis kick, t ,
i' TUT THHINO W:KIU CIUISC' CONTHOi WAY MATS..(UMI1CON, .v last spring, but the Joy was ,for 216 yards on 16 carries GCs Albert Downey Z5-jard' : Me'
:TIOli CONDITION short-uved as raids by Central The game was almost over '
,, pass from Matthew Reed. :
::r' { State College Edmond, before It began u the Tigers Lewis kick : ':

.. : ., 69 RAMBLER SST ........12595; Dkla. and Alabama 1 State,' rambled to three quick first Gel Frank cewis34-yard
'". .. VS. AUTOMATIC THANMMS4WN, UN. Wt """NO..AM! COf. *!.'* Montgomery, took two former quarter scores on drives of. run. Lewis kick ,-.
All-Americans 68, 90 and 68
.. high off cam yards. GCi Willie Armstrong 40-

.*' CHIVY II NOVA'.............'....n......:....-.......- Ayer. '' pus .during the summer session. '., Willie from Armstrong six yards boomedover out for yard run. Lewis kick .
UII."U'0M4TIc.PO""IU'U.INC. (>ACIO WAMANTf,... .> GC: Calvin Dyera-rardrun.
''.1 ..UIClc"LI SA.III .M..j......:.....;'.. .. .si9i" Their departure .left Hobdy' I the initial TD. Thirteen playslater Lewis kick g.r qANegno
brooding bitterly. Lewis grabbed a 10-, P
a pll.N'1OrAIA COND.AIN POWf"AUlow.Tlc.lf'IAItA'yfY'( JC: Freddie, Jackson 25-
v, 41 tHiviui MAUBU: ...-. ,..-........-_.-..- $",* It marked the third time II's yard toss from Frank Holmes yard run. Pass failed
:t ,' ,AI/TOMAI,euN.olk of.dii!fS : t.1 ,, '. ';'" .., years that"campus"!raids for the first of his two markers JCt Allen Richardson, 30-
by other colleges and universities u Jackson made stubborn
: : yard pass from Freddie Jackson .
.: :::., ,68 PONTIAC RAND PRIX2995 ,;,: have left Grambllngbe- stands against considerable Theo Johnson kick

>;', MM.j COOITIO0 i ,.AND AIi1N1' ooowfi, ,,),(W' MAC'ut>.J1'!
"i-\ ":,.;: '. run. Kick failed
: 1 1 .61,CHEVIIOLET IMPALA$PT.CPL ..?.......-*.'$1.h,' 'ed shooting and rebounding u each quarter progressedand '
Aj ,,YaAUr4MAIK,AA.tD'A't. NEAWOAl14pNDllq". f', 1.m.. the Tlglrs will floor a never quite came up with Watch This Clown
:f, S l.N COUM ..._.....w$21t f team Ideally suited to the tigh.t a formidable antidote. ,
: 6cssaveoLerIMPALA, > .
harassing man-to-man defense Grambling on the other hand
67.oIlD GALAXII500 ..........._.................. $1 7".5 and perpetualmotionoffense never lost Its snap and unit of '
AI I CONO.vl,TNOV.CPt.AUTOMAT C. flITtUING.U" employed by the Tigers. attack. 25 13. 3D
"JI!' 61 PONTIAC TIMMSf ...........i::.;.......'.......:':,' $ZotS Holmes and Reed displayedthe
.WHOM.AUTOMATIC MANSMlWKH WWU VK IHO,SAM' Speed and outside shooting by' usualcoolness of executionin 15 15 $2I

-', ':Wt Tod Deals When Other Refute, Emanuel Cannon, 6-7; Fred' driving the Tigers to nine L-'Wh. where .
). Credit Approved on SpotR.SEYANS Hilton, 6-2; Willie Hart,6-10; touchdowns with the thumping I put ita House it is today
: ., :'. ; : ,' and Sweet Charlie Anderson ground attacks. lulu r''
8-7 should counteract whatever Grambling led 35-0 at intermission :

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: : One orGeorge'Washington'sIO'n a lng was the fact that he had
the team
: problems encounters.
"..:: ;,,,;,,' ., ;. Looking more and more like :3"t favorite projects 'appeared to be, much, less schooling than his white
'-. }.,; ,a .t'.s.., 'i i;I ,Cannon scored 460 points for the team everybody thought 3 ruined. Running the U.S. out of Phil counterparts. In an era when most
,; 3rd&MAIN a 19.1 average last winter and1 it should be, the Tigers blocked adelphia, Washington dreamed of a American Negroes were slaves, Ban-

.: ; .' boasted a .'750 field goal per.. crisply defended tenaciously 991-45-. 122 new capital for his fledgling nation. neker demonstrated that as free men,

-"'; : ( _P":',,'.._ -!" 'w.4'I1'j 'U. :Ce2O1GHT- ..In all sectors.and were Invulnerable 41-57-31 To design the new city, he appointed blacks as well as whites could make

't. :: '1 I, r Jackson took a frightful!hammering Sometimes He's Up, Sometimes a committee headed by Major significant contributions to the U.S.

-I and showed signs of arousing -' Be'. down. Be Adds L'Enfant. Grandson of a slave, and largely
only against'the Subtracts. He works It all L'Enfant was brilliant-but tern- self-educated, Benjamin Banneker

Tigers' third unit. around. peramental. After months of wrangling showed early signs of genius. At 22 he

; In Grambling the contest.Harassed used. 52-payers'' 7" S4 -, '21 the stormy major packed his built the first American-made clock-
and harriedthroughout plans and quit. Which seemed to stop out of wood. Later he wrote almanacs

the contest, quarterback Coming Attraction planning dead. which required precise astronomical -

Freddie Jackson II .1 II 12MAN'S But Washington's problem was ability, as well as broad
scrambled 29 yards for one solved when he found that one committee knowledge of the era. .

Allen TD and Richardson, threw 30 late yards In the to, DAYSNUMBERED member, Benjamin Banneker, Famous as he, was for scientific

final period in .the face of a ,had closely; followed the plans and feats, Banneker might best be remem

furious rush. ,. was able to lay out Washington City bered as one of the first Negroes to

For Jackson, the resurgence "....' Days are NumberM. ,very nearly the way L'Enfant had write in the cause of racial equality
was too little and too late.Grambling's Health and Fortune can originally intended. His bold letter to Thomas Jefferson,

flight for, 208 air yards game but took It ;be TOM'S when you know T .As ;the only man able to salvage then Secretary of State,was one of the

was t the explosive running at- your Lucky Days. the ;months'' of planning, Banneker day's best arguments for Abolition.

Lucky Colors, Set, proved himself most valuable of the Banneker spent his twilight years
Send|2 00 for your: entire committee. With a new chairman entertainin visitors drawn by his

; Horoscope: Odd*for, he played a key role 'n locating fame as scientist and sage. He ,was

w 1 NOVEMBER sites for the Treasury, tne Capitol known as a key man who made Wash.

'and the White House. ington what it is. And as one of,the

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I PACE 12 STAR urns siTiitiT: KOVcmEB i, mi vI

I Bethun -Cookman Announces 10-Year. Needs Program Totaling $8,540,000 I

IISTIKG. If ROUES A Prime Minister Makes His Point National Med. L iCoBttstaits Trustees Give Go-Ahead

The Veterans Aimlnlstra FellowshipsNumber Stan To Dr.. Moore

lion has reconditioned I .
homes listed for sale near} Bethune Cookman College ida Southern College, Lakeland
you. Both Veterans and;: I. trustees In ttelr annual fall the only other four-year
Non-Veterans can qualify. JumpsDOWNERS meeting recently approved a Methodist institution In the

I, Contact a local Real Estate' project 10 year capital state other than B-CC, in a
needs program for the college feasibility study.
Broker for more Information GROVE, El.:..- t
totaling 8540000. That study will cost $10,000.
for a visit!
and arrange I of to black
}i The number grants needs
The project listing Florida Southern will pay
these .Nodiscrimination.
see medical students this year by considered both, urgent and B-CC the balance. It
.* n y o n e National Medical Fellowships $7,500
the long in was approved of
range scope will explore means raising
Wlbuf.. Inc., has been Doted by after,a two-day meet.. funds to support the institu-

wry Dr. Robert C. Stepto presi log of 27 members of the 45- tions, according to Dr.Moore.
i ; .dent.National. member board on the college Referred to the nominating
Medical Fellojp
campus. committee 'of the board was a
(NMF) granted a total of Two of the major Items under request to review the bylaws
r I I'U to 247 students 197
$475,655 .
\ "urgent needs"in Dr.Woore's about a request that two members
men and 50 women, for studyat .vRODNEY annual to the trustees
report each be named to the
69 medical schools In the
.\ \ are a college library,erttmat- board from the Student Gov.
1970 academic year ed to cost $1,300,000 and a .ernment Association, the National
JP? e Dr. Stepto Is associate pro- BURST"n $1,400,000 coeducational dormitory Alumni Association and
l::. 1 fessor of obstetrics and gynecology to house 300 students the college faculty. Dr.Moore
ftI at the University of I The Junior Choir of the
Other needs listed as urgent said decision will be
., _o I a announced
of Medicine Friendship Baptist
Illinois College
and business
., are a social science at the board's March
\ and is also a former National Church First and Pearce, Is administration classroom
1970 .
Under New Federal Program Medical fellow sponsoring a gala Big Baby building $350,000; Faculty One of the festivities during
235-2,3 and 4 Bedroom Last year NMF awarded 133 Contest Sunday, November 9, and staff salary Increases the trustees meeting was the
homes in Wash. Hts. medical scholarships totaling at 3 p.m. A fine program Aid
$300,000. Scholarship of of
I unveiling a portrait Mr.
area. Unheard of low down a $187,000. The current indlvldual has been planned for the occasion.
$200,000 College Infirmary
I ; and Mrs Peter Robinson and
payments and low, low,low awards range from$800to The baby receiving $200,000 and Renovation and
GHANA PRIME Dr. 1U. Busla (center) visits with Mr. John W. Heffernan the number of votes dedication of a music building
.monthly payments I MINSTER (OeftJ), I $2,500 per year. Fellowships largest Repair of present buildings, I
president, Nalonal Press Club of Washington, D.C., and Miss Barbara Watson, Administrator Inc., was the brainchild will be declared winner and 300000. In Mrs. name /< ...
CALL of: VISIT Bureau of and Consular Affairs to his address before the I receive the Judge Hopson Reynolds graitexalted
... Security just prior National of Dr. Franklin C. McLean. a priseIll picture More than half of the anti ruler of the Benevolent
Press Club J In 1948. above at the top,.U.Rod-
cipated cost of the
program, Protective Order of Elks from
SALES OFFICE, Outstanding schools which is listed under the
$4.500,000, Philadelphia, was the main
.0> I Nat'l Baptist Prexy Seeks Anarchy Stop have received fellowship allocations long range beading in Dr. speaker at the meeting. Mr.
are Howard University -
VULCAN "Ct Moore's
: report. Robinson cut the ribbon at the
... College'of Medicine, There are only three Items, ceremonies. The Julia E.Robinson -
PHILADELPHIA, Pa. Dr. of the Philadelphia Tribune, is the struggle for the right of 21 grants; Meharry Medical to house 300
Joseph H. Jackson, eminent, opened his polemic on the America to continue to exist asa 'College, 17 University of a new dormitory Memorial Music Hall is
7003 KEN MIGHT I OR students endowment
; $1,400,000, named for the late wife of
of the National Bap- struggle for civil rights in democratic and free
president i Just, na.Uoo. Michigan at Ann Arbor, 13;
needed tosupplement
list Convention, U.s.A., Inc., America by saying,"The most I I ." Dr.Jackson spoke the Columbia University College 1 $3,000,000, Peter Robinson, Jacksonville,
760-3478 guest speaker for the eighty- crucial rights struggle in the I Union Baptist Church October the present who gave an initial $50,000for
Physicians Surgeons
..... ._ .. ..I .. 2000.000 figure, and Im the project. The building
United ,
fifth anniversary, celebration, States of America today 19, before a capacity audience.' 11; Wayne State University, provements to the campus, nearly half million
The Tribune Is America's old. 11 University of California costing
-- ... est ; such as landscaping ,driveways dollars, houses the entire college
newspaper at San Francisco 10.
and walkways, $100,000. music department. The
of dissent and the
Speaking These schools lead u 1969-
The board of trustees also foot structureIs
10,568 square
rule of dissent Dr. Jackson
70 recipients.
approved a revised budget of air conditioned and soundproof -
FREE CHECKING said "The of dissent is
right Twelve outstanding black $2,945,456 for the 1969-70 '
the right to state grievance or collegs.students were given,
fiscal year, which doesnt include Mrs. Robinson was not a
a difference of opinion without four-year medical scholar anything for capital Im B-CC alumna, but knew of the
with minimum balance
t intimidated hindered
being or ships with awards averaging provementsDr.MooreDOt college's work, through her
." He felt there be GEORGE BROWN JR.
can $8,000 each. They are recipients When last year's budget of membership In the United
no orderly process of government of the coveted National- tey Hurst U. The other baby $2,213.191 was adopted It was
In Jacksonville
Negro College Fund
L of $99. or more where the rule dissent Medical Sloan Scholarships, Is George Brown, Jr. Not said to be the highest In the ,
Is allowed to go unchallenged. the.highest awards made by shown Is Carlos Alexander. history of B-CC. .
He emphasized that "It makes the Fellowships, Inc., to entering The public is invited to see The board approved a resolution
MARINE NATIONAL BANK slaves of patriotic citizens, med students who will win. This proves to to cooperate with Flor- *,!
and seeks to discredit every Dr. Stepto said that the Alfred be an enthusiastic battle.Rev.
OF JACKSONVILLEJULIA American who would solve the P. Sloan Foundation was Dave Richardson is program .

problems of the nation through the largest contributor this chairman. Rev.Haywood Robinson lipitlt (11.01 It Tin Film :
AT DUVAL, the process of the supremelaw year. One hundred twenty-nine is pastor.
1\ of the land and through cooperation students are studying through TRAIN NOWIM KEY PUNCHPi '
FREE PARKING directly In back of bank and goodwill.'The future Its support. \

of the Negro people in liliici laterJACKSONVILLE
t" N MM'Al tlfOHl MIUKI" (0dt < I- America is with America I
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White Cleveland Unitarians ...... ; !

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I 350.30)i
: '
? :CLEVELAND;me virtually all-white Unitarian Society: o f i

I Cleveland recently made an unprecedented move here and voted '
"r;;" 91 I II. to turn over all Its orooertles. over to a black organization.

I' ;;', This 1 n church the middle, which of is a located black dimities' churches and synagogues ; t
: .
rmwiU! j
I. 'that's Busch: baby area, has more than 300 members Rev. Lucius Walker, Jr.,ex-
About 10 per cent of the cutive director,spoke. Other r f
,, members are black. iscussions concerned "The '

J \ "And I'm telling, it like it is. People today are moving The Black United Unitarian tudent Revolt In Black and I '
Caucus, representing the "
f !bite, "The Church's Role
t on up: reaching out for the best. And the best is Busch. black members requested '11 i Black and White" and"The liSMUlrt ;

( ,;:"': Premium brewed with costly barley, virgin hops. The control of the facilities, sayIng Urban Crisis In Black and ;1
U\ they plan to establish a toite.! ." !
;, U :." S only popular-priced beer in America with, In-brewed carbonation black Unitarian society and, LIQUORS ;

1\\ (our own special way of putting fine bubbles community center to con r PRICES 1 .
\ .", **"* junction with other black community Some 370,000 veterans are
.j t. :in beer). The best popular priced beer in America? That'sBusch groups.,. attending colleges this fall ;

: ,_ baby. And we can prove it" The voting was 60 to 311 n 70,000)() more than In 1969, !1 iii
," favor of the change, after seven VA estimates.Another 205, prices good thru Wed., Oct. 29th I i
;;; >< 4 'Lookforthe special Rosko display wherever you buy beer. hours of debate. About 20 000 are in schools below 1 1' I :
black members attended the college level and 60,000are

: 'J meeting in on-the-Job-tralnlng.., A

: BUSOH.! ..from Anhuitr-Buch Ino, St. Louie Mo. Recently a large Lutheran master charge N BANKAMERICAROVonly ,
N,, \ l' Church In Detroit, Mich.,voted ., '
to move from its location TOOTHACHEDon D
jtj and turn its church building
l over to blacks. wtfor( -rilitvi, 'at: Kings Rd.' & Rushing Edgewood Ave.. 8th, 4 1
In another unique move, this Mcgndi it millions do with Davis 33rd & Moncrief 21st A Myrtle A2iMMW] .!k
MA.JEl. ''
b Many dentlltl recommend lr---,',-s-'''-''''' 1
t time iD Flint,Mich.,the Wood- mln ORAJEL until
| you let REG. 2.55 I
side Church held a celebration, profusion' ) trtitmorajel. X". 's.
"Hope In Black and White" '" t I NewYork State Finest'S 1
rmlaUi 11Tr This event brought In $1,600for ::::.=.;..1. 'I GOLDSEALCATAWBAWINE;

the Interrellglous Foundation 'I ,
For Community Organization I 'I ,' ;:

j IFCO, an interfaith coalition NEW NOME'S I Gold.tiralCutavabaleink,: I 1
which recently has been ,
r, DelicioUs i ,imeet. 'ersatlle_wine .
the center of controvery at '. '
A9 all church levels GiTtrmit Ail Fir I Gold Seal Calawba Mlhllo I
us ia This foundation is coalition .. 'A delicately flavored' soft;mellow I II
( I sweet wine1i"'iT "
of national [ 'Fiiiliis
religious agenciesand jw: licm '
minority community I I ,Your 1 I
groups tt sponsored a National 3 Bedrooms, $200, Down Q T:
LIE, err Black Economic Development Payment as low as $65 I I :Choicel 1 1w. .
yep .
I Ii Conference spring in a month' 112) Joseph 14 ,
i Detroit. The meeting culminated Street, ,East Jacksonville: : ,
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in the adoption of the nationally ,Abbott and Petway Build-:. J625 .. "..... -" sl slI1
publicized Black Jo4an1. ers.Phone: '1Z4.08'J.JACKSONVillE' I'! imCIN off I I

a. r festo and led to unprecedented .... I
I Confrontations churches and

\ I synagogues In the black com- \ '94.'I; ; ..1

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Sex Desires Incompatibility. j

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