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 15, 1969
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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National Urban League In The Mo
Warned '
Father ar'rLA. 'HIS
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The Shirley family of seven,
whose funerals will be Satur

day at 1 p.m.at Second Missionary -

Baptist Church, probably ABERNATHY JAILED I'
died of carbon monoxide

between Wednesday, Novem
ber 5 and Thursday, Novem-

ber 6, after becoming victims
of lethal fumes from burning

petroleum oil. FIGHT LAW
It was revealed Tuesday that BLACKS

the Shirley'not equipped home's with furnacewas special ;

burners for liquefied petro- ... ** ,k' *. .
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for leum.petroleum natural New until gas homes but mains ware were couldbe fitted using Judge Advises Rights Leader Set Aged Mother

According installed to for a brother gas. Rufus, ,:Use Of Church Identifies

Lamar, the father, probably For Fight AgainstCity's
misunderstood the warning a*' t' Higher, Court, Accused Man,
to the gas. He said that Lamar

probably thought the gas com-" Vive One of three young men invol-
pany had approved of all the African Methodist Episcopal Bias Moves ed In the murder on September

heating apparatus In the bouse. officials who, several 25, 1968, of a young clerk I n
Rufus said he went to the. days ago sought an injunction his Moncrlef Avenue Store : :
NEW YORK CITYi-S.E. Cbarlton, (left) Northeastern Region Manager for Humble 00 ft Refining -
Shirley home on TuesdayNo- Company, presents a $60,000 contribution to the National Urban League. Whitney M, against Presiding Bishop MEMPHIS' :-Memphis Blacks i and their sympathizers were on I has been sentenced to death in: I !,'

vember 4, to help his brother Young, Jr., executive director of the league, accepts the gift. At right Is James E. Queen, George N. Collins of the Eleventh the warpath Monday after Rev,, Ralph David Abernathy,dynamic the electric chair as the re-,'

move In. national coordinator of community relations for Humble Oft. The contribution was made on ( District, in which leader of the Southern Chris tlan Leadership Conference ands suit of a rare decision .made..

On that same I night Lamar'It behalf of Standard Oil Company (New Jersey) and Its major U.S. affiliates: Humble Oil;'En- Florida is located, were among America's top fighter for civil rights, was arrested. by the jury. .

the 'furnace. Rufus said a"lIne'wbich Jay Chemical Company, tnd Esso Research ft. EnglneeringCompany. Programs of the Leagueare denied that injunction by Circuit About 2,000 Blacks, Tues' a better Memphis for the poor Albert Paschal, 21 years of

seemed to come concerned with raising the sights and capacities of urban residents. Founded in 1910,the Court Judge Henry F. day, followed Rev. Abernathy people and the black people." age, was found guilty On November '
from, the pilot light caught, League conducts programs in.94 cities with a professional staff of more than 1,600 persons. Martin, Jr., Monday who,ruling downtown in a march protest- Rev. Abernathy termed the 7 of murder in the

firt. He said he smothered it Financial aid from the company for League programs has totaled more than three-hundred-, on the matter, said"Thiscourt ing the treatment accorded treatment by police'as "vi- first degree

while Lamar want out bf the thousand dollars, in! the past several years. 4 doesn't find any arbi blacks at st, Joseph's Hospital 'cious and brutal." However, The Jury, in this instance,
..louse to the tank,a d'tur ec t trary action, threatened or In- and urging a continuous did not recommend mercy
", : .- e 'd: '1'+i,>> rtMiamiee tended, that would harm the be vowed to continue: the tight w"14(I
the the1 school stem
;off gas.; He suggested tttt boycott ca, kBkok traders Tuesday urgeda rtodetendant;;Herman Hall; ,
Lamar call the Left p'etitfoners. If such a situation On Monday vnlghf f Memphispolice : convicted
gas company ; continuous school 22 years of af was -
,On Wednesday, befor the tragedy Other ,Chicken should develop, I'm sure they sprayed tear gas downa also, Instead oft one.daycon- / with a rect..imendatlqn of I I
,occurred, Rufus talked ;, : know ,thelr'way back to this street on ,which the Clay- ifrontatlon as {planned Blacksare mercy. Hall will receive an
'Jo-b "
with Lamar again and was assured At Desk court, born Temple A.M.E; Church also automatic life sentence .
demanding -
that the gas company ud Martin A, ,therefore, is located and later belaying on the city representation school Mitchell Lee Simpson, tbs;:;

sent a repairman to fix the Take outs HOld' the cloud of tear gas. board and an 'end to a strike third young man charged %fth:::

furnace. Rufus and his wife For TeachingTALLAHASSEEEducatlonal Abernathy, asked the 2,000 at t the privately-owned St. complicity at the outset, was;';:
spent a few hours with the marchers Monday to'"keep Joseph's Hospital. delcared Innocent. :::-:=:

family and helped hang some cool'.' This admonition followed Dr. King's successor pointed On September 25, 1968, Sid*:;:

curtains. The father showed To Popularity the disruption by policeof out that the dispute is "a ney D. Parnell, 22, was shot!\ :;. I
the "OK" ticket on the furnace t an earlier march which, it continuation of the same" through the heart as he ran:;: I
history has been made in the ltr%' was reported was not :
Mrs Lamar Shirley,accord- author- struggle for which the late to his mother's aid in their.
ing to the brother, began to Mahalia Jackson Fried Chicken, part of a larger franchise State i of Florida, a state In ized. rights leader lost his life.;' store. He was trying to protect -'t:

close several windows in their holder, Performance Systems, Inc., has run into trouble. which the gap, between the Memphis police hawklshly It was in Memphis that Dr. her from the abuse of the'::

nevy home at about 10 p.nu Performance Systems, Inc., white educator and the black, watched the demonstrators. King was gunned down while holdup men. Mrs. Parnell.:
Wednesday night,saying that itwas a Nashville-based business is Kentucky Fried Chicken Cor- educator has been seemingly The demonstration followed preparing for a demonstrationin testified that she was beaten."::

getting cold. The brother the corporate parent Minnie poration is still flying high impossible of cohesion, now the City's. Veterans' Day the interest of the city's by one of the men Whpn:;:
and Ms wife left at about 11 p.m Pearl's Chicken Systems. The official statement released that Mrs. Leonora B, Smith BISHOP' GEORGE N. COLLINS march. workers. young Parnell attempted:"&q:::_

Samples of blood have been Recently from Nashville by the Systems follows: has been chosen as Florida's brought a halt to the requestof Rev Abernathy Was arrested Sanitation A ,drizzling ran fell on the go to her rescue he was shot*.
sent to the office of the Medi- came the information that "In recent months the retail "Teacher of The Year." the officials who,attempting Monday, with '73: of his followers marchers. A heavy thunder- down. The bereaved mother*'

cal Examiner there are three reasons for a units of the company and its, This signal honor can mean to stop Bishop Collins' taking when the group tried storm struck the city duringthe was positive In her identification :.

Five children died, namely, definite slowdown business: franchisees, taken as whole, much to this teacher inMiami's of collections, among other to march during Monday's City 'Hall rally, but did of young Paschal. ,-

Tammy, 2,Donnette,3,Angela. Slump in Sales, Tight Money have experience, an unexpected Poinciana Park grievances, which, they said, rush-hour traffic. After bis not slow the fervor of the Mrs. Parnell operated the
'8, Woodrow, 11 and Emanuel, ,and Strong Competition. A decline In sales per unit. School.' Barbara Goleman,' were not authorized by church arrest many became restive, store In the forty-three hundred
13, The father, Lamar Shirley substantial loss will be reported Moreover, due to the tight white, who won last year,cap- laws They alluded particularly hurling bricks\ and bqttles.at marchers block of Moncrief for a"

was 35, his wife Bertha 28. according to the latest money situation, the develop tured the honors in the competition to the allocation of funds for the officers The minister,addressing 25, years.

The family was looking for news. ment of unexpectedly severe sponsored by Look the building of a gymnatorlum the marchers, said, GJEO HiresCOltrlctllg
ward to enjoying life in the new Fifty-percent of the Mahalia'Jackson competition, and other factorsits Magazine at Edward Waters College. "We are putting everything** NAACP Speaker
home, purchased for $15,000. business is owned by franchise have been Commissioner of Education In addition to that the com- have on the line to bringaboutPromoted .
The father worked as a truck Minnie Pearl's Chicken Systems handicapped in opening new Floyd Christian said.Mrs. plaining
presiding elders
driver. Mrs. Shirley operated :,a units, and the financial position Smith was honored because of .ministers expressed dissatisfaction -hairy........ r; I'icnoMAS: \' :
"her superior ability.to inspire .
the grocery store which was of a :number, of them with what consid- fr
It was felt, according to reliable the love learning in they '
has been
reported a success. They became adversely ered the unfairtransferralsof Jacksonville's
GJEO has hired
that these two students." He continued F
sorces, saying
residents of Jacksonville Mahalia Jackson is the renowned ministers by the prelate with- another consulting firm
nationally known singers "She three
about eight years ago and singer of gospels and possesses out "ninety-day". notices which has
would be'Itrong selling sym- other attributes which make : as promised (to set the
came from MacCleMY.f1 I spirituals Last year an-
as the removal of local
business in their her agency up
bols for fast nouncement was made of.a an outstanding teacher,
churches from one district to as a "fine example for the
take-out restaurants, one of Enthusiasm, Organization and
plan for opening take out. +
Threat To Kill which is located on Davis. in chicken outlets Love of her Students." Dr. another. nation.
Jacksonville Christian spoke other words in Judge Martin, Jr., advised + erv The latest expert on advise
Waterhouse praise of the honoree that, from all apprearances, : is the consulting firm of Will-
Price Co.,an accounting "The I church Itself has adequate lam Grant Terry Associatesof
Friend I Ends In firm, Is checking the secretarial Mrs, Smith career prepared at AMU.for a ,machinery to hear the Atlanta

books of the parent firm However her abilities charges that have been made." The Office of Economic Opportunity
Another reason has been offered '' The only reason for an injunction (OEO) of Atlanta will
To attracted the attentionof
Rip Irown stantly
Fatal Shooting for the slump. The nationally supervisory educators felt the Jurists,wouldbe put up the $50,000 required by .
popular and veteran Mrs. Smith was called upon the warding off of any harm the firm for developing the : W. GLEASON, SR;.
that might to the '"example." The Honorable
come petitioners Thomas W.
Fife times to
Mirylind many serve as
Crime, arguments, robbery UCLA Stiff"Meher :substitute teacher. before the church hierarchy Three firms offered to help Gleason, Sr., above, president .
continue to take their toll In takes up the issue GJEO develop its image. The of the International Long
The educator
when contacted
the city, with fatalities seldom : Judge Martin, following five contract runs forgone year. shoremen's Association of,
said "Each is
Hits child an
out of the picture. Court In 1970 'entity within himself and each hours of testimony by Attorney The agreement was finalized New York City and Vice-pre

A Saturday argument which child has an Ernest Jackson, the lawyer tlJLVUi'1't.K ItlUMAd Monday night The firm will sidentelect of the National
undeveloped -
rose to furious proportions, Nixon Moves for potential representing the petitioners train the administrative staff Executive Council of the AFt.-
led to the death of one man WASHINGTON.Rap Brown, a con- handed down his decisio .Bishop CINCINNATI-Sylvester' and will Instruct the board in CIO, will be guest speaker J
former leader of the Student tribution to society; Therefore ti
and resulted in a charge of, 'Thomas II native of Clear-
Collins was representedby a the area of organizational the Sixth Annual Banquet of
murder against his alleged NEW YORK:-Professor An- Non-Violent Coordinating* I consider it may personal water has the sales
Attorney Hal A.'Davis and joined management and In the broader the Jacksonville Branch
gela Davis, avowed Communist mittee, now free under $10, challenge, and that of
killer force of the Folger Coffee cftbt'I
Attorney Horace E. Hill. area of poverty.A National Association
Claude Parrish, 58, ,1935 party member and mem- 000 bond, will, tentatively, .all teachers, to do everything Those bringing thesuitwerer Company, a ''Procter aDd representative of the consulting Advancement of Colored People I
i of the at the Uni face trial for allegedly within our power to find and
Davis Street, was booked on .Mr promoting Gamble as a
this Rev. F.A. Allen, -Rev. S. A, and advising arganiz- Thursday, November 20,'
California develop and to work toward
of at Los racial disorders
versity on
a murder charge. fulfillment ". Cousin, Rev. T. E. Shehee, salesman in' Tampa. Mr. lion has said that money is at 8 p.nu, in the main ballroom
of this
told the Eastern Shore of the Stateof goal
Angeles a
Nelson, 27,1527 Lee gatherlaghers Thomas has the
Robert Dade Rev. A.L. Bennett and Rev responsibility not of primary interest. He of the Sheraton Hotel
County Superintendent
that President
Street, was dead on arrivalat Richard Nixon'sadministration Maryland.' Jacksonville Edward Whigham said in' A.J.. Reddlck, the last named for selling coffee towholesaleand said the firm is trying to President Gleason has been
Duval Medical Center. is trying get, Brown, ho once visited of retail outlets in the
pastor Grant Memorial A. area. establish itself nationally. a career-nun with the union
rid of mention of nominating Mrs. Smith "She
the and the :
According to officers Detec- "outspoken"workbig soon found herself M.E. Church. The first two He advises store managers as Reports are that these pro- movement He has been cited<
class in the whose asking for'
and United States. name causes some-con
tive Sergeant P.H. Short elders ,are presiding eldersof to arranging product displaysand mises are somewhat similar by many'' national organisa'
Parker Miss Davis,.a Phi Beta Kappa cern, is charged with arson classroom duty because she
G. H. ,
Investigator the South Florida Con- to marketing strategy for to those made by the United ions for perseverance) nod"
and summa laude and to riot during the was caught up in the excitement .
cum inciting
Nelsonthreatened graduate
Harrish said ference. Rev. Shehee is presiding th products His major fields, States Research and Develop forthrightness This
also said that the racial distrubances of July and potential of working year'saffair :
Nelsonwas Blacksare
to kill him Friday. with elder of the East at the University of Southern ment Corporation of New is co-chaired Mrs -
not the sole 1967 in borne of young children by ;
fatally wounded while in target ofper- Cambridge,. Florida,Conference, Rev Florida and at Fisk Universitywere York. The organization promised Mildred Bradham Zeta
Mr. Smith Is'a ; Phi
secution. She Harvard community
told ;
1800 a
In the news
front of a bar Bennett presiding elder of the' chemistry and business to develop, and Beta national '
conference relations officer with the president, and* I
at the Americana has as his attorneythe
block of Davis at about 7:30 Miami Police ,Florida Conference. administration. He is the son revamp the image of GJEO. President of thePan-HeHenv. ,
Hotel here William that flU soon famous M.l .
'pm.Saturday.' as The petitioners Insisted, of Mr. and Mrs Sylvester OEO probed In rumored dis Ic. Council and
whites stand Mrs Smith was chosen from by Mrs.Lolf.,
caliber pistols up, they will besought ;
had a .22 when requesting Thomas of Clearwater.
Nelson injunction crepancies.
The '
out," Kunstler is at the momentin among five finalists, for the organization Avery, treasurer of the loc.af; ::
caliber :
,Parrish had a .38 that a loophole in the church' Thomas and his wife, the hurried back to New York The, NAACP. '
Florida .
award C. Lenwood Leetf"president. : :
where Hoffman
had philosophy Instructor' Chicago Judge : ;
pistol. Each pistol law has made it impossible to former Annie Jones are parents agency staff was
three said than the President's'' and seven men, now that Is reported divided .,,,Tickets are now oft-:.,
and Mrs Smith favorite '
three cartridges "my suspend acts of church officials of Adria, 1 and Sandrla, in concepts ,
speech reflected"The fascist Seale is out of the picture,are teacher sale. The public is invltedan:::.,
live cartridges. class spokesman. while those acts are 4 months.--Photo by Eure, President W.W.ScheUdenle4 *
'" this
Nelson was unemployed. country sparring for Jail or Justice '. 'being reviewed In court. Tampa any similarity speaker. ? dynamb.-X: : '

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.iru Uns; SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15., 18ti


Published by The Florida Star Publishing Corneas 4'' MONTHLY BY ELIZABETH B. DREW flO



J spend more for health services and get,less for
their money than other people.
0. SIMPSON..MANAGING EDITOR about $60 billion on .
', I. infant mortillty1The average
-ti countries have a lower rate of
HILDA WOPTEN..CIRCULATION MANAGER tigQUAS"T length of life is longer In 20 other countries.
who can't afford
Serious Illness means disaster for anyone
1t private hospital insurance. Hospital costs are nearly $60 per

MAILING ADDRESSP.O. T 4t1U5 day clinics and serviagpoorarcgrossly rising fast,while public!

BOX 599 JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 3220)) ORD s Inadequate.The health. gap between whit

OFFICE 2323 MONCRIEF ROAD and black, rich and poor, Is
widening, too. A recently published
,, PHONE 354-H82 Public Affairs pamphlet
points out that Infants
die at twice the rate of whites,
h. ; I II
i MIAMI OFFICE 5018 N.V.I7II An. and black mothers die at four 4
time therateM..Blacksdietwlc

PHONE 751-3879 as frequently as whites from.-
almost other disease has
; ;, ; I. ard related to the availability '
/ SUBSCRIPTION RATE'" of medical care" and decent

t. One Year, $12,00 Half Year, $7 00 Mailed To You living Such conditions.statistics, the report
Anywhere In The
United States
rl adds, "are duplicated by those
white Americans who live under ___________
Subscription Payable In AdvanceSend "
r similar conditions of poverty. '

t.J!. _. 1 ','., Delivery of health care is s ,WHITNEY M. YOUNG, JR.
Check Or Money Order To:FLORIDA TP.O BOX 599 national scandal. There aren't enough doctors, nurses, or
hospital beds. We're Just about the only modern Industrialized

JACKSONVILLE FLORID 01 h 1 e 4 ,nation that still puts up with such a chaotic system and more
and more people are coming to realize that the time for,changeis
tc .
at band.
1 With very few dissenting voices, the National Governors Conference -
.- made up of the governors of all 50 states -- declaredIts
;,i Black Studies, BUT WHO WILL DECIDE WHEN PROTEST IS INTERFERENCE? support for a national system of compulsory health Insurance.
Welfare Finch Instructeda
And Secretary of Health,Education
federal committee examining health care to study proposalsfor
Confusion abounds these days on matters pertaining to black a national health Insurance program Citizens groups organized -
studies. The fallacies are too numerous and Complex to treat labor, and social reformers have been urging adoptionof
well In brief fashion, but her are some corrections of a selected such a plan for years, but their cries have fallen on deaf

few ears until now.Opponents .
1. Although two key functions of black studies courses are of national health Insurance used to raise the alarmof
building ego-identity and ethnic confidence for the black student < "socialized medicine" and circulate scare stories designedto

white students should be eligible, as ageneral rule, for : YOUR WEEKLY frighten supporters of a more rational system of health care.
black studies courses. In fact, they need them-though black But now millions of elderly citizens are benefiting from the
students, for converse reasons, may need them more. N Medicare program and their younger relations are asking"Why
Black studies courses are not merely courses of "Negro" not us, toot"Private ,
content taught by a "Negro" teacher. Negro teachers have a'4 : Insurance plans Just don't cover enough people. The
I b&Sn fusing Negro content into ordinary courses for decades H'OROSCOPEGUIDE' vast majority of Americans have no insurance against dental,
J without success. No black studies courses are valid which : durg, and doctor's costs. And a large minority of the population
do not emanate from a black perspective. :: (' isn't even enrolled insurance plans that cover hospital expenses -
(A black perspective, in current usage, is based on the ideology ,' ', I' .
of revolutionary nationalism). I'I I : : ; There is> no reason why health Insurance shouldn't be extended -
A Negro is a person believed to have African ancestry who l (: BY PABLO THE ASTROLOGER to the entire population.A system of employer-employee
seeks assimilation, and hence conforms, to the oppressor.A P }t. ,deductions! to finance the Insurance, with the government

black person Is one who Identifies ,with the black race and ,1 :. ; picking up part of the tab as well, would provide the funds for
Is reluctant ot liquidate that category as a spurious prere- 'WHICH ARE a ; the program. Thaf similar to how we now finance social se
quisite-he feels-: to black liberation.) YOUR LUCKY DAYSFOR curity.

Once in a blue moon, a white individual 'may be qualified Benefits ought to cover hospitalization, doctor's services,

(emotionally and Ideologically) to teach a black studies course. BUSINESS -, LOVE -i TRAVEL ? '; nursing care, tests, prescriptions, regualrphysicalexams, and
However, this must be effected with extreme caution becauseof I et) ? .. all the other necessary costs that now strain family budgetsand
the need fqr black role-models the patural climate of anti- .. prevent people from, getting the health care they need.A .
racist racist :students at this need i 11..1 i ''' ,. ..' ...
,atftongblack stage the fork ;, .. ;;.1..: sound insurance systemwouldprovide for expanding medical
black tssertl n;" nd treat-white-father (mother) complex- 'If ichoolelo increase:IDe SUpply of doctomndtrained technicians
I .. ,
which pervades the white psyche. ." .-f2 -.-".* r '*' ARIES* i. CANCER t'LIlia' "If 'h ";. cAPNic11N 1ttY expand 6I\d.lmpt.v'-GUrlnadequ&te hospitals,,.aul..creatf\ a
J Most students at the college level, let alone In secondary (-- ; wystsm'ofneighbor'koodclWoe.' s t,. I n.,,
school will not major In black studies. But anybody, espec- lOIN MARCH BORN JUNE BORN SEPT. BORN BEC.22H A universal system that covered everyone would remove the
ially those working In post graduate\ life in the black community f' '21tir stigma of means tests and other arbitrary divisions of the
will benefit from at t least some black studies courses, 27ti 'APRIL "19tHNot l Mr 22II1 23rd ''. ACT 23rd JAN. Ulfc. population. Let's not forget that even the middle class becomes I
as will the black community they aim to serve It is my "medically Indigent" in these days of ruinously high medical
oalnion that at least one course in black studies should be required Subtlety comes In. Ii bull- bills.
for every student, white or black. Also, as effectedat all's well. We all like dozer tactics have failed to Mean it. Even u it nuns OUII Check off each item. It I. Health care is a basic human right. It's not something people
San Francisco State, students should be allowed to substitute to see our friends as often win your heart or puncture more than the other party, it more than ever necessary to should have, because they've got the,money to buy it. There is
approved black studies courses for their general as this can be arranged. And your purse, something more is desirable to mean what one keep track of expenses, per- no excuse for the world's richest country to have anything less
elective*. you no doubt are going all subtle may be tried. But as says and to follow it up with sonal, joint and professional. ,than the very best health care for all Its citizens '
M Students who major in black studies can do anything anybWy out to make them comfort long as you are aware that the proper action ((1I1th). Any Demands are apt to be rather Extending Medicare to the poor or to other, age groups, or
else, with a liberal arts degree can do-4each, preach, able and to Insure that they the motives are the) same, tendencies to. give in under insistent, and first has to make further following a patchwork approach can't work.The time has
gijon to graduate or professional school. A major In black have I'good time. While it it will be up to you tosharp- persuasion or pressure will sure that they are all entirely ,come for a comprehensive system of universal health Insurance
stgtiles at San Francisco State Is required to take only 36 must be admitted that such' en your wits, and to be pre-' only encourage those who merit Justified ((17th,18th). People Insure everyone the right to decent health care.
uojts out of a minimum of 124. Someday soon, some will cases are rare, they, nevertheless pared for trickery no mat- a ,rebuke to compound the who expect you to hold the
specialize in black studies at graduate school and they may exist. This refers to ter ,what form it takes ((17th- offensive deed with greater, bag while they are reaping the
earn Ph.D's and Ed.D.'s In black studies. those who misinterpret generosity 18th/); Anyone who suspects frequency and volume ((17th- harvest' should be sent backlog Black I
4,. Far from restricting black (even majors) to the for weakness. Some that, underneath, you possess 20th). Many Llbrans may be The mystery as to why Panthers
.study of their culture alone-and hence, further crippling them ;i Individuals may be under the a sporting instinct may' responding to the necessity some of your acquaintanceshave
;acquiring the skills needed to overcome (or overthrow as :Impression that you are a, try to capitalize on It by ape of finding somewhat more isolation been acting so queerly The presence of the white Left In the Black Panther movementmay
tt V be their pleasore) their handicaps in a technological so- soft touch, and all they have pealing to it in the most glamorous inorder to take stockof could finally be penetrated, be causing the alienation of the black community, asserts
cJety-the major motivation of black studies is to entice black to do Is to ask and you will fashion conceivable past accomplishments and and furnish enough food for Nora Sayre in December Esquire, published today
students (conditioned to exclusion) to greater Involvement In empty your purse Into their ((19th,20thf4) present circumstances. thought and wonderment for The Esquire article points to the near eithty-perceni white
tag educational process. Black studies Is, above all, a pedagogical greddy hands ,r some time to come ((19th, people in attendance during the Panthers' conference of 1st
device. That is why we have courses In black mathematics 20th). July as an Indication that "the community wasn't there"
black science black radio and televisoon, etc. this fall at 6-60-18-87-434 4-1O:16-68-7S.323' "Despite the Panthers' hot breakfasts for underfed scho"olchildren.
San Francisco State. We Intend to solve the problem of a black 5-50-17-55-98-111 _, --- ---,.. th.m_ -trAA-_ _h.ullth____ _ltnl_,.. 'h"uf.W''I ..... lu"'ftft'ft""' ...... ..u .,,p',...."..._.
shortage in technical and scientific fields, not to aggravate it. -! _n.1 v.-v"-'v AA'L..I'L" ",, lish, their programs to inform welfare clients of their rights,

This probably one of the main reasons our efforts are resisted, TAURUS LEO their advice on dealing with bad landlords -_ in Oakland until -
SCORPII_ recently Miss
so. says Sayre.
The black student who is exposed to a "relevant" science ,IUN'Ah.IL. BORN lllLY ,II' BORN OCT.24tk AIIAIIISBORN The Panthers, who reject black separatism along" with "re-
course or a "relevant" mathematics course may be enticed verse racism", may be the last black assoicatlon which is
to. specialize, according to his Interests, in an area which 20tl .MAY 20tk 23RD AUG. 22fll ':: NIV. 22U JAN. ,willing to ,work with whites, according to Esquire. However,
previously he detested. Probably the salient and most lasting (the article points out that this acceptance of whites may well
contribution of black studies will be Its Impact on the collie Ifs still sharp. It can be 2Stl rUe 1ttl be their undoing. Esquire states that "if the white backing
cemetery of American education and difficult for some persons to No one is satisfied. Thereis Support comes. While dilemmas that the Panthers have received Is hurting them, if the best
the self-reeducation of teachers who are'atrugg1ing'robe rele- turn Into milk and honey overnight a restlessness In the world are still on the way to a It takes forbearance. There favor that the radical whites can do them is withdrawal, then
vant. but this does not detract which communicates itself to showdown, there appears lobe seems to be little change 1 n many white conservatives will be delighted" However, Miss
.(1'1fJ!! from the advlsabllty of doing our friends, neighbors, loved { a more hopeful cast due to lift the picture this quarter other Sayre warns that the white Left may.have to accept a periodof
\ II so. There continues to be a ones, and even ourselves. This your spirits. People In high than to point out that a heartening black separatism .. "without wounded resentment."

An Unwarranted Invasion sharp edge on the cause of accounts for the erratic behavior be better disposedand message may be trying Some of the most committed black and white radicals, reports -
dissension which can lead to of many, or the lack of direction willing to provide youwith to get through to you. It is to Miss Sayre, feel that this,, is a time for temporary
additional cutting remarks and that is Indispensable a way out of present difficulties the effect that the Aquarians withdrawal: to re-think, to re-group later '-- and certainly
The acid retorts. The one redeeming if the world toe volute.This The most critical days who have cultivated faith,hope to stop fighting those who are supposed to work together,
following from guest editorial, "An Unwarranted Invasion: quality would be the existence also explains why so many appear to be the 17th, 18th. and patience will have their Those in retreat are reported to be concentrating on detailed -
the Indiana Herald of indianapolis Ind. and ap- of love which is ready people who should be (friends i While tempers may flare,they rewards coming, perhaps tangible actions: tutoring poor children, organizing groups
In the ,
pears The November 11 edition ot that paper. to forgive and forget althougheven and allies are at each other's also can cool down Just as ra sooner they now realize. In starting a cooperative store, helping with the Panthers' ten-
al Commission extreme position taken In the recent report of the Nation It, too. may one day reach throats Instead ((17th, 18th} pidly. People who are senti- the meantime, they must accept ants' hot, breakfasts, trying to reach those. in their own black
on the Causes and Prevention of Violence with, the limit. mental, and wbo have feelingsfor life's knocks with grace of neighborhood
regard! to handgun ownership by law-abiding private citizens others besides themselves and fortitude These sometimes -' If it does become necessary for '
In a white withdrawal Miss'
day the to U.S alert may have done more than anything else In many a 1-40-13-99-23-114 cannot long stand periods o I are Just to knock some 3ayre states, ."some of us will hope that it won't have to, last
lized country to the dangers of Irrational centra, 3-20-15-77-66-222 discord and antagonism(18th wise Into out heads, espec; for too long." ',,. i
control. In commenting on current gun registration 20th). lilly when we refuse to let ttpenetrate
and licensing proposals In Congress, a Nixon Administration ,, otherwise ( 17th-' I

from spokesman warns that they represent "a distinct departure GEMINI run -Ott). Rich l Competition : : ,I < '<
previously held
concepts of federal controls of sporting 7-70-19-33-68-876 ,
vSice ffrearms" and are "an unwarrnated Invasion Into the pro- BORN MAT Illll0. 2-30-1.. a34..d.PISCES I. Arthur hls
of state and local governments." He Sir Arthur scholar ,
added "there 21st LeWis
"JUNE 21tt ,BrlUsb-educated
nft clear Indication that such a program would have a signi 21 SEPT. 22N lIlnIIIS and International Affairsar Professor otEconomics -
ficant Impact on the criminal misuse of firearms Vice Chancellor of the Princeton University,fOfmer'
;An official, of the National Rifle Association want to the IOIN ..n.I' teacher at English University of the West Indies, also a former -
heart of the gun control matter when be Who is right? The bigger the Pill FEI. ,most African Universities, has prepared a
said one of the authority, and' the It's seething. About the worst 23rd IEC: 21st provocative dissertation on Racial
jnajor considerations more Competition-
of any approach to the question of tlre'iims thing people do is ink'I 2Btb. been prepared by This has'
control should be the effect such legislation will have- famous, the greater will be the their can to suppress MAN. presented in several University, a Princeton Quarterly ThIs 1 s
comedown when he thoughts and feel- of the Florida
on the or she isprov" Star
law-abiding legitimate user and owner of firearms., in s. It would be far better to Hull It all over. It has often philosophy outlined here Is food Inasmuch as the
For Instance, It Is estimated that close to 99 per cent of the been known to be to wrong This has let them break out, clearing been said that most everythinga No time to dally.. Those who this, "Racial Competition., for thought Dr. Lewis Calls
firearms owners in this happen, not travel widely never cease to
country are law-abiding .suffers Just astateof All American
men. mind minorities
; your of their provocative have
The most obvious fact is that federal firearms laws require once but many a time. Consequently presence and allowing situations -, mind. And yet, when there wonder at the artistic marvels ary self-segregation not Just passed the through a stage'of tempore
100 per cent observance by 99 per cent of the firearms owners dictate your instincts to cool off all the.oooer Is a toothache, the pain can be that dedlcatedartisans devoted. ers speak of the United States Afro-Americans. Foreign.
la order to control the one per cent or less who misuse experts one course, and the But if they are pent up Inside.: removed only alter a visit to whole lifetimes to create. And one day be that; but for the as a "melting pot" and it may.
another present
firearms. give heed to ; as far as know America Is
we really not
they extracted -, melting a
the former without they may simmer and steam your dentist Consequently, pot put a welding shop It is f
Oddly enough, those', who exhort Congress to pass punitive But the question until they simply have to find take the steps that appear.- happiness In its purest different groups of people live and country in which many
legislation against law abiding gun owners are mute when exception must be a release << cause "to ,cessary to cope with whatever form from the labors involved without coalescing There work together.side by side,
made In or are
It comes to advocacy of tougher law enforcement and manda health and problems related to blow your top (19th-22nd you).' 'may. be your particular hurt Th1s.IS the secret that they' and Jews, and Germans, and Poles, and Irish, and Chinese,"
tory penalties for, use of firearms in the commission of legal matters : or difficulty (17th,,18th)., Posessed and which,unfortunately But their way of living together many Is ether ethnic'cro'apa..
primes. neir'contempt for the heritage of the right of gunenersbip has been lost by p r .- integration between 7 o'clock in set by the clock, there is
0 by law-abiding citizens is direct threat to one of our sent generations at night, when all mingle'and work the morning and 5 o'clock '

moot basic liberties. ,, '8-80-18-44-88-789': 9-30-15-55-56-756 1-40-13-77-32-711 universities.r the city, in. the banks,and factories together department in the stores center and of

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calendar Events Hickmani.es i Clean Up Choose First Furnishings H20 Short t? Wall Clod::

With Later Uses In Mind PrivateVell Capturing i\

Evangelist Helen Telfalr and the Angels of Mercy will render sultantnn Sallinnl The Answer
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services at the Harmony Baptist Church Second and Tyler on ChiijtolMS: : Win. youngpeople 'I I or i',alnl'l| U.. she aiil. "a New Honor&irhiiago
November iKutinu! thiir lust norm; (liiuto (SI SiVatu .
16 at 8 p.m. Rev. Phoenle is pastor. James Bryant JinJi.rpiJistali.illi for 10 with
uri making UK moM ol juilableMie and'plenty ol it Is I the ba li
Is clam! could >
sponsor matching stall' out asa
(MSI 1 Not .inch(J
>| and their homo furnishing '.
ingredient' fur J IK ilth>
'hun'nwon .and
timing xt
post Colonial
tinu has the living! routttJ
dollar b '
> Minting punt that fit |tau n all ''UnHI\ lund
****** gran a bulroum corner window clock enjoyed to mud attention
Iwautilull' into small ,
quarurs' Hut jn inirijMn number of
Rev Roy Phoenle,pastor of the Harmony House Baptist Churchill and a ill Kfu1 luturx needs at 10 or' 20 >can lat..r.l community water U"'j; roini. jftittltxi today. .:
preach at the Good Shepherd Baptist Church on West 29th Will! I or manlung piopk. married The inmpim mu.t 'iroMinif;
lion an turning run
Sunday November 10 Willie is i or sin#li' anJ on their own, a ( 300 jvari were the | ln&
at 7 p.m. Mrs. Bryant sponsor. 'II ,'JII":. it's m.arl>' indistruitibli brown ago mpo
minimal 1'01.111'I'or) siulown Jinit bnndath'r1 clo.kv. turniJ UU.
wilUhovin wrought :
......... iron furniture ian a \ nukis c ixrHiiall joiij xnanoriliiit .'. \norJinf. to ul Joxpli" 1 K. in limited! numl "ft b>' ;t lunJful;
Accompany Sihmitt JiKitor irurkumj( !
to \hSJI".nl.. whoadviso
The Independent Benevolent Association of America Inc.,will couple all through lliur iiurrkj' \ ol Pcnn.Ivania and few I rkl.injvrjltmin '
t .. \V M.Oon'jII! \II'\" ( '
(hi Join I Ii) SalliimiCoI ..
celebrate its fourteenth November 16 at II":, aiiorJini to Jciyn I von- .nilI'n then ,.ollnrf'MUJ
anniversary Sunday, ; I IH' J(MOD uf ((11 i ni IJllnl I rlors lulMUui| lowj Ivjilmi.! nukii olpriuti | hunJnJ Jolhrs y
3 p.m. at the Moncrlef Baptist Church Twenty-second and A Corp, AjUr v) '''1114. .
Wichita Streets All members are asked to attend In uniform.A f'4
program will be presents Rev. Richard Scott, pastor, will ---- -- .

be the speaker. The church choirs and ushers will assist. Rev. .
e.L. Culver Is grand president.. Now that a cooperative enter activity cleaning up..This Is
prise is succeeding< In HickIn Clinton, Ky., where t h e I\\

......... man, Ky., and now that InteEpiscopal Church has done a I I

Pride of Maceo Temple No.i86IBPOEofW will meet Thursday gration has become effective, remarkable Job of helping the 1

November 20 at 712 West Duvet, at 8 p.m. All members VISTA and Tranport members deprived. Episcopal Chruch the
having candidates< to be initiated should have them present at put the Hickman County coal Photo.- tun place to shop,,,

this meeting. Daughter Ruler Battle I.James will begin lln this truck to work. in an off-season '-

meeting "Let's Build a Temple." All are urged to come and .
see how the building erected. Daughter Queen B. Williams Rr
is reporter. St. Stephen's A.M.E. Honors DOWNTOWN-300 HOGAN STREE \:

Rev. And Mrs. Webster Sun.
The Heavenly! Fire Gospel Singers are celebrating their 28th

anniversary Sunday, November 16 at the Mt. Ararat Baptist The officers and members of St. Stephen's A.M.E. Church,
Church at 8 p.m. Madame Cora Monle will be present. Among Fifth and Davis, will honor Rev. and Mrs. W.R. Webster Sun- MUSIEFAIRII '
other participants will be Madam Deborah. Mrs Jennie V. day night November 16. at 7 p.m.,4n the church, for the out- do cHAaG ''
Crockett will give the occasion. Mrs. Sallle Mae Moore is standing work they have done;

manager The members willhonorthem invited oolirorllt'tt-llvailqiuirlvr* for till t/pvi used xiac of frnnitittor Radio IIrtlle+rf ,ell I,
Sunday School begins at9:30: '
......... with an appreciation program, with Dr. A.C. Madry and officers
Mr. Cornelius vicechairman
Boyd, .
The East Florida and Bethany Baptist Usher Union will hold I 'in charge. At 11 a.m.' ;
of the Steward Boardis yy1. fn/f *t2i'. rlvrtrlr. ; ,
Its mass meeting Monday night :November 17, In the FirstXew chairman Mrs Eartha Mc. the morning service begins after :
Zion Baptist Church, Seventh and avis'Streets. The Govtan is cochairman. Mrs. consecration at 10.49. The M
executive board meeting will be at the Home of Mr. and Mrs. Jennie V, Crockett is chairman young people will be in charge / 1 FAMOUS MAGNUV$

Fuller, 1133 East First Friday night November II. at 8 p.m of programs and publicity of the morning service under I .I
Mrs M.K. Heard Is president. Rev. B.H. Hartley is moderator. .,Mrs. Olive Forrest Is the direction Mrs.Altamese ru
Mrs. Eloise Wright Is reporter.a.a.c. chairman of refreshments with Mcintosh and Mrs.Mary Blake 1IJORGAMCONSOEET1E
Professor Blake and Miss I
.. Mrs. Ruby Johnson,Mrs.Will Malind Wilson Ti rb 1Pcrt,
ie J. Stevens, Mrs. Annie M.
The Friendly Westside Ushers Union will held the revival Paige Mrs. Audrey Jones and

hour Sunday at 2:45: In the Ml Vernon Baptist Church, Rev. Mrs. Maggie Simms assist- t .
G.T. McCall pastor. Mrs. Miley will be in charge.' Phillip 4M

Alback is president. ing.Others serving will be Mrs. TWO .1

Dukes, music, Mrs. Eunice
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Lee, Mr. Neal Band Miss I.INV! topluVtl) -
The beautiful church pews In the Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church Shirley Scott and Mrs. Daisy! nut t wooil, finisluct. 1 12'*'
Southside will be dedicated Sunday November 16, at 3 p.m., Wallace The United Chorus MINUTES chord buttons :37 trt'li l )t'::,

according to the pastor, Rev. J.C. Bannerman. The pe were will give sermons in song. eeTf A
purchased at a cost of $2,300 last march and have been paid Other participants will be x ypry ."
for under the direction of Mrs. Mary Hicks and her committee.An Mrs. Carmen West Young and ...... 'I.

interesting dedicatory program hasbeenplanned* The public the adult choir, Professor THE CROSS AND

is Invited Wilton Blake, Mrs. Mary .

......... '. Blake and the youth choir. THE CHRISTIAN b" fa.'f'. plop. ;
!Among other participants will
Mt. Bethel Baptist Church will be the scene Sunday of a great be Mrs. L.C. Cenwrlght,Mrs. Nothing will prove to' helpful
spiritual program .All former members are urged to attend. Sadie Ttllis, Mrs. Best, Mr. to a Christaln In overcoming tin QUAlI1Y ELECTRIC ,,; ;'t't'J
Mrs. Daniels will be the morning speaker The play, "The. Jerome Forest, Joseph John- us an apprec atlon of Christ ,,' :
Prodigal Son," will be presented at night. The queen will be son, Harold Nairn, Mrs Jua- death for sin at Calvary.- The Bl, I.
crowned. Mrs Charlette Griffin is chairman. Ars. A.L Head nita Johnson. ble teaches that: .4 C CHORD ORGAN .:;
Is cochairman. Rev. S.A. Thomas pastor. Refreshments will be served 1. The cross stands between Enjoy top sounds, top artists ) :;
the believer and his SINS: the
"....... t in the dining room. wrong things he does, or is
The Young,W.omen of Allen prone to do,- in. thought .word. $ ;
The Queens of Illinois Ladles club meets Saturday at 30p.m.: will celebrate their anniversary and deed. 45 RPM GOlDEN HITS $2995
In the home'of Lue .
Marv Flondell 1850EuU4thN.1members' Sunday at 330. M r s. And you that were once ah .
are urged to be present and on Xime.i Mrs. FlossieSmith mind
Margie M$ eJQd g* )presi- enated and enemies. l In your : '
is president.. Mrs. Emma Melton Is secretary and r e. dent. Mr. Woodrow earn will by wicked works, ?et'now hath They're nil''\here!. Famous '" \'t
porter.. be presented jln a medley of He reconCiled. In the body of His Fun for nil* 12 chord
.as :
flesh through death, to presentyou I labels favorite recording ,
......... songs Helen,Cleveland.accompanied, by' Mrs. holy and unblameable and airs greatest hits, 31 buttons. 3. treble kyst'i't!
\ Hand 1 volume ,' !'
In His tight' (Col
unreprovable Come favorites ,
The Century' Saving Junior 1:21.22)). pick your i .1AGNUS[ I 1 Plastic case, Musk'! hook;*':
Club will serve with Mrs.Ma- Christ died for our sins ac and save, save, savel! _.

SWEETFIELD BAPTIST bel Breeden as hostess. Mrs. cording to the Scriptures" (I Cor
Services Sunday will begin at 9:30: with Deacon 1.. McKlnnon Mary Blake is chairman. All 153): .
In charge of the Sunday School. The lesson will be reviewed by young women of the city are "Who His" own self bare ours

the pastor Rev G.A. Oliver. The morning service will begin ns in His own body on the tree"I .
with Deacon Freddie Carroll and Deacon Joseph Dennard in MontgomeryPresbytery (I Pet. 2:24): ). '
charge of devotions. Choir No. 1 and Choir No. 2 will serve. 2. The cross stands betweenthe ,
Rev. Oliver will speak. The evening serv1c 'will begin with believer and' his SIN It Is
Deacon G.W Anderson and Deacon Sam Williams in chargeof not only man t tins that keep
them out of heaven, but their
devotions. Choir No. 1 and Choir No. 2 will serve with what have
sin; iot] merely they
Wllle Young at the organ. Mrs. Delia Mae Smith will be at done, but what they are and would
the piano. Rev. G.A. Oliver will speak. Weekly activitiesare I Holds To Funds do not merely their. deeds but J

: Tuesday 1:30: prayer meeting, with deacons in charge; their. nature. But Christ death \\ G swdr
Wednesday 7 p.m., Bible Study with pastor' in charge; ,took tare of this too rNv
Wednesday, 7 p.m., 8 p.m., rehearsal of Choir No. 1; Thurs ROANOKE, Va.-The Montgomery .1, by one man tin entered
day, 8 pm, rehearsal of Choir No. 2; Saturday, 6 p.m., rehearsal Presbytery here, at a into the world, and death by

of Young Adult Choir; Saturday 5 p.m., rehearsal 'said special It meeting cannot,support polntblankly the in But much more the i
of Choir N'o. 4. The officers and members of the church report ,grace of God and the gilt of
Black Manifesto
that the anniversary was a success. grace which Is by one Jesus
In its demands for reparations
Christ hath abounded unto many .
......... .from mistreatment white churches suffered for b the That as sin hath reigned unto ,
death, even so might grace reign ,
blacks from the earliest times through righteousness unto eternal .
The presidents of the follow1oI'assoclaUons' asking all to Lord"
now. life, by Jesus Christ our
women to meet Saturday, November 15, at 2 p.m. In a special The Presbytery.howeverde.'(Rom 121521): .
conference at Abyssinia Baptist Church,.Union and Dewitt.Rev. .clined tu disapproved of the "For God hath made Him to
B.L. Wynn Is pastor. Manifesto. be tin for us, [Him]_who knewno
These presidents are: Mrs. !Sadie Fedd! Union Progressive; James Forman created con- sin, that we might be made
Mrs. Mary Moss, St. Joseph Gateway; Mrs.Sarah Rice, Eman- cern this summer whenhede the righteousness of God in Him"
uel Progressive and Mrs.Claudine I.Williams, UnlonSl James. ''manded, through his Black Eco.(II Cor 521): .
3. The cross stands betweenthe
nomlc Development Conference .
believer And hit

--.--,.-- the allocation of$500,000 "What shall we say, then Shallwe Pimh-buttun. portable Solid IItlltf' dal tra"lIf.J ; l"'. : : Solid !Slalf. t
000 by white churches for past '
continue in'tin, that grace jlJ! '
evils suffered by Blacks. may abound God forbid, How '::
:- Officers of the Presbyteryvoted shall we that 'are dead to sin, TAPE RECORDER STEREO PHONO AM RADIO/PHONO/ CLOCK RADIO r.

51.31 against acceptance,live any longer therein .., Our
Yourprofessional, beauticianf:- A statement said, "We !confess .. old man nature hat been cruel
the / the racism among Christian fled with Him that we hence $
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people of the church. We forth should not serve sin .. $169 $3999$2191 $1219"
urge the churches of Montgomery Let not sin therefore reign In your
i ;', \., \ 14' Presbytery to respond mortal bodies, that ye should
obey It In the lusts thereof; nei
.. to the needs of our blackbro-
... ther yield ye your members as
thers in our own local communities instruments of unrighteousness Solid state. Remote mIcroIntullhml'flIlS sound Two supTwo spent combo piI>'H I P'jt Qiulittl' table imxU I ridin'phone ;
.., with Increased sup- to sin: but yield yourselves unto built-In AC (ink. With plilrv ntcdlci. Flinil! mono and 4.5''Ilh true fidelity. with rdi-cliriHi tliKk for tun
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Why does some hair Later by a 43.32 vote, the the dead, and your members as Terrific value for home, office ilknllv. Top \ulue! icy T.w.lllnt' cave, _11" bug, 3V4" wltlo, .'5" high i'i:

I presbytery which representsmore instruments of righteousness un
than 60 churches initiated to God,"' (Rom 61,26,12,13): ).
break.off when combing? In the districts of the With the knowledge of good

,r: presbytery. These commit- and evil man came into the pos'session
tees will meet with leadersof / of conscience'' A senseof 0AVi I

Your hair Is precious and delicate..and none of us like to see the Blacks. Suggestions ,blameworthmess smote him.
when he committed, or even,contemplated a
It break off for any reason. Scientists tell us that excessive use will follow. _
of hot combs and over-processing of hair with chemicals often The Montgomery Presbytery committing. evil This
has been The Bible
are major causes of brittleness resulting in hair breakage, But refused to go along with the tells us that so eversince even the most ungodly .

hair that is naturally curly and tangles easily frequently breaksoff Covenant Presbyterian Church and benighted heathen, J.:4JIc, I
In everyday combing. Notice how irritated your scalp becomes of Roanoke which went on record show the work of the law writtenin
when you comb In contrast to the way your beautician does?] as labeling the manifesto their hearts, their consciencealso
Your professional beautician knows that curly hair mats and as an example of Marxist ideolgy. bearing witness, and their lZ So" .t.t. J., Solid ttat .. Personal six. 1ai7PraaslsorK11,8.1AM : /
tangles so easily that it should be softened before combing. ,That presbytery spoke thoughts the meanwhile accusing
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the manifesto and of Its bate- (Rom 2:15): .
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on all human hair (including wigs), most beauticians rely James Forman's manifesto can be violated so often $1.11 $10.11 t
and consideredby .that It becomes .
on Clairol" Hair-So-New" spray-on creme rinse.. For combingease has been read calloused or as
for beautifying hair in other trained many white Christian organizations. St. Paul putt it: "seared with a Small (2V long 1%* wide Pocket size ndlo complete 8 lolld state AM AC/DC radio U.e'l a portable for outdoors1 *
and your many ways Forman came into :hot Iron" (I Tim 4:2): but eventsor 4*' high) but with a big with adjustable antenna for provides top sound at a low or AC/DC current at horn*:', :
beauticians stock a complete family of fine Clairol products foryour the.limelight when he nailed Incidents can take place which sound Sturdy ph'tle case distant stations; carrying strap price 7"Lx3VV x 5-H Telescoping" anten",,Top, buyt {

i Visit specific your expert needs.hairdresser, who cares about your hair care a copy on the doorpost of the .and suddenly make awaken it sensitive the again conscience OPEN' SUNDAY 1 TO '6 PM :/
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I National Secretary. -, Of Florida Memorial Alumni Sneaks. At Mt. Sinai Sunday.- I


Helpers Chiirnia Servants Roslyn Burrough Henry Will

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| ''i ;, I ; Present Concert In. EveningFlorida

rd Annual ,

R Memorial DaywW be celebratedSullday,November 18,

Tbd tslxtleth anniversary of at Mt. Sinai Baptist Church with program designed to empha-
the 3-ev.' Redeem BaptlitChurah / J .ue the importance of the nationally known institution and to
and the sixth of the y. brine to the fore the contributions of the great school.

pastor will: terminate Sunday ,/ this celebration will be highlighted with the College choir and also -
; at 3 prm.RevEl. ? by the presence of Mr. was nominated for listing
,Norman is the hono- t { S.V. Baker,national executive in Who's Who Among Students
i\ ree. secretary of the Florida Me- in American Colleges and Uni
Churches; In'charge will be morial College Alumni Association versities. Mrs. Henry was a

Spriifghlll Baptist, New1 Bethel 1tThe who will give a keynot leading soloist under the direction -
Baptist, Pierce Station Bap- address in the morning ser of Dr. G. Johnson
tist |M Cethsemane; Baptist. vice, at 11 a.m. Hubert and was a leading soloist -

Ministers' in charge will be The charming young ladles abort are e ftM&eSlieie.r* et MRS. LILLIE COLLIER Youth Department of the Love and Charity International Mr. Baker received his Bach for the First Congregational
Rev. ,J. Jones, Rev. T. R. Love and Charity International Spiritual Temples at Aaerkt, Spiritual Temple, Inc., shown above served at the recentor- elor of Science degree from Church of Atlanta.Mrs.
Lee/Jr",' Rev. C. Franklin Inc. These young ladies played an Important part la the recess Mrs Lillle Collier, above, Is dlnatlon services at which Bishop M.J. Frazier presided at the Florida Memorial College In Henry was selected for the
and Rev. F., Mathis, along' ordination services held by Bishop Frazier at Emmett Reed the chairman of the Program Emmett Reed Center, Sixth and Payne. From the left 1960, graduating with honors. second season to sing with the
they are
with, their choirs and con- Center. lay play Important roles in all services They are: Committee of the Love and Charles James, Jr., Juanita James and Tobert G.Birt, Jr.-Jet: He received his Master's degree Atlanta PopSymphony Orchestra -
gregatlons. front the left, standing: Sonia E.-Stephen, Valarie Stephen a* Charity International Temples Photo in 1967 from the University at ChasianAmphl-Thea .
Lesjhea/ Sykes will bring Angela L. Stephen. Seated Is Elvira Toiler" -Jet Phone of America, Inc. Mrs. of Massachusetts and has ter.
the welcome address Dea- Collier Joins hands with the J done further study at the Uni. This talented and busy art-
con fceorge' Ward will give' _. iMMbershlp and thanks the .' Nursing Home Mt. Tabor Baptist versity of South Florida and ist Is a member of Mt. Sinai.
words of appreciation. following persons for making from Stetson Unlverlsyy. Mr. She is supervisor of the youth

Other services begin with Evelyn Squires Foy Chi Eta Sorority the graduation at Emmett Awaits BazaarThe Church Fete HeadThe ....',.r."i
the Sunday School at 9:30: Reed Center a success: Mr. e
with tthe superintendent and Jilluf Gulnyard; the security ,
pastor of Mt.Tabor Baptist .'
,'j teachers in charge. The Plans Mitfel Sin guard and the staff of the Cen- Lakeshore Baptist Missionary Church was given a birth-
f lesscgi will be reviewed by an Present :'Students ter; Bishop Almeda, teacher,' Society will hold its ,day party in the home of Mrs.
Mother Annie Bell Williams, annual bazaar Sunday,Novem-
appointee. Ella 315 North 18th
Tliejmorning worship beginsat Evelyn' SqUres" Foy); noted Chi Eta Phi Sorority, Inc., Bishop Leonard Jones, Rev. ber 16, 1969, from 2 to 4 p.m. Singleton November, 3
Monday with.the
ofWay Sigma Chapter will present the at the Eartha M. M, White \
teacher jnfeents the
lU.nv with the deacons in : ; Jessie SanderSr.Rev.Louise 'president and officials of the
"Sew It andShow It"models la
charge. Choir No. 3, Usher annual retfltaj! Sunday,November Roberts, Gwendolyn Stewart, Nf using Home. Pastor's Aid Board as hosts. L
23 ac'k'pm' at New Stan- a fall fashion tea, at Ike This of missionary
Board No. 3 will serve. Mrs. Deacon George Stevens, Lillie group The affair began at 8 p.m.A t
Emmett Reed recreatic (
ton Senior School. volunteer workers teaches occupational G
Fannie Jackson will be in High Mae Turner, Jet Photo Shop spicy was rendered -
will be.' Nadla Sunday November II, 4 to therapy to the pat- program
charge of music. Mrs.Jessie and the congregation. The with
Ward is reporter.Tabernacle. Adams, Sybrena Carley,Galle 6p.m. Mrs. Courtney Carley' public Is invited to attend a ients in order to help rehabilitate part., many persons taking
Greetings were brought
Stacle Collier Add- is the lastructor and narrator them. Funds from this :
Curtis, Heaven and Hell party Saturday -
from out-of-town guests, '
among :
Dalse Davis and Mrs. Mildred Brad- bazaar will be used to purchase t"o
anna Evington November 22.
them Mrs. Julia Neal of
Youth ham will
I Dasher Rosalind preside. additional materials for
Jr., Cynthia ,
Asbury Park New
Green Models appearing U canal the patients use in occupational
Grant, Angela Cheryl
John's Baptist and Mr. Travis Johnson of
daytime, afterflvi and evening .
Keith therapy. :
Piesides Sunday Green Shirley Garner,
West Palm Beach of
son Mrs.
: fashions will be: Mrs The missionary ladles planto ,
I t George. Mildred Bradley,Mrs. Lucille Chairs Have Singleton, Rev. J.W. Jones
Michael An-, FantasyThe make this year's bazaar
of Tabernacle And Humphrey, !
TheE Young people pastor of St. Mark's Baptist;
Wright, Miss Sharon Baker,
Jackson Iris Jackson their largest. The outstand-
Churchwill thony '
Baptist did Lane
Brends Jenkins, Pamela Jenkins Mrs. Ellse Gay, Mrs Alvta choirs of the St. John's ing band of William M,Raines spoke as Rev. B.J. ,
November. (heir 23 founding, beginning Sunday with, Edward Jones, Jr.? ice McQueen, Mrs Ruby M0l- Baptist Church, Oakley and Senior High School will be in pastor of Mr. Sinai Baptist. 1 y yLreW
the Sljnday.School.. Visitorsare Antoinette Luster, William ton, and Miss Patricia Dale, Bridler, will present an"Autumn attendance at this affair and Mrs. Margarett Denus of Mt.
Wlllette Others appearing on the pro- Musical Fantasy" Sunday will render several selections. Ararat was a guest.
welcome. Mrs. Helen M. Liptrot, Jr., Llptrot, Following the
Lawrence Is Kim Lucas, Camllle Massey, gram are: Mrs. K.J.B. Sar- November 16, at 7 p.m., The public is cordially invited program Rev. -J.
Rev' supervisor. will Muriel Mathis, Willie Mat )jeant, Mrs. Helen VrlgM,Mrs.' IB the auditorium of the to come and look throughthe and Mrs. H.T. Overstreet and at tl. ,
; W.E..Young,pastor,
guests were ushered into the
w ordain preachers and deacons thews, Deanna Moore, Fellta Ruth Stephens, and Mrs Al- church. display where many bar- dining room for dinner. Mrs Roslyn B, Henry, above, concert vocalist, member of Mt.; ,,
Mwember; 16 in the regular Rollins, Simmie Raiford, Venice McQueen. This is Sigma This effort climaxes a contest gains will be found. Other SinU Baptist Church, will be presented in vocal recital Sunday
guests present
service. Cheryl Robinson, Angela Sur. Chapter's annual tea to between the presidents of were: night November 16, at 6:15, in thesanctuaryof the church. The ,1
The) teachers meeting I ii cey, Zina Sanchez, Cecelia raise funds for the eye glass St. John's and of Emanuel Baptist -" Mrs. Sarah Rice Mrs.M.K. Williams, Mrs. appearance of this renowned and talented singer will climax the '
Lucy Grant Miss Matish
\ Wednesday at 6:45. Prayer Taylor, .Tezlyn Telfair, Her- project and to provide scholarships : choirs. Asks Support Mrs. Gussie, Hawkins Mr., observing of Florida Memorial College Day at the church. All ,of$
meeting Is held at 7:30.: The nadlne Wilder for student nurses A program will be present. are Invited. Rev. B.J. Lane is pastor.
Dearing, Mrs. Annie Jones
rehearsal of all youth choirs Also Cheramye White,Detra Mrs. Susie D. Thompson IIbaslleus. Mrs, E. Bellmond will be nar .
.. Wednesday at 5:30: Mrs. Wilson, Here Wilson, Terry rator. Rev. A.J. Hughes and Of Workers Nellie Mrs. Christine Smith King, Mrs. Baker taught in the public choir. The artist has been
M. (president) '1
Solomon and Mrs. Wynn) are Lynnn Wilson and Mikecolene Mrs. ThomasineOwenswillbe Mrs. Sarah Rice,area chair Little Miss Smith school ssytem of Semlnoe' heard throughout the North,
conducting adult classes in Wilson All are invited. This soloists Mrs.Margaret Prld- man for the Women's Missionary and Rosmay County for eight years. He is South and Southwest and in
the church every Tuesday and is an annual event and is anticipated Andrew Jnhnnon. .. thenatton'a gen will sing. Miss Janet and Education Convention, Rev.Mr.Overstreet Randolph Cowart. now national executive secre-. Canada.
by hundreds of Jaxons. onK rx PrfxiHent' In Hookins and Janyre Hughes tar? for Florida MemorialCoUege's Rev. B.J. Lane pasotr will
Thursday night at 7 p.m. AU auxiliary to the Baptist General
hr elected to the Senate many gilts I.M. Fleming, reBELLS -
are invited. ,will sing a duet Mrs ClaryceHughes State Convention is asking porter. Alumni Association.Mr. preside for the major serviceand
will play an organ medley all pastors and workers to Baker is also affiliated extends an Invitation to
Mrs.Sadie Alexander will turn their donation monies in with the National Congress of all to attend. The Florida

also sing. All are Invited. Rev. to her Sunday night,November Parents, and Teachers. ,the, ., Alumni Association. particularly -
,- TICN' SAVE DAILY DISCOUNT DRUGS A.J. Hughes is pastor. 16, if they are not attendingthe W : Nation!! Educational.,Association extended a welcome to alL
Donation Day Dinner No- i the Carol' City Jayceesand ,
vember 18 at 10 a.m. at Flo with the Alpha Phi Fray
Central C.M.E.
QUANTITY Available
lenity _
rida Memorial College. Mrs. REMEMBER CLEOPATRA
RIGHTS SPECIALS THRU. WED. NOV. 19 in Most Rice's Address is 5807 Castel- Mrs. Frankle S. Whitfield,' ..The Ancient'
RESERVED Stores Stewardess BoardIn lano Avenue; Phone:764-9379. chairman for the day, ban announced African Beauty
rB Otis Lee Jones, 1440 E.24thSt. that Mrs. Roslyn B. g;
.........................................iii..... CelebrationCentral Eartha White ., 21 Normancene Althea Henry will: climax the day's v ip -?

SHAMPOO Watts, 1644 W. 19th St., 18. activities with a vocal recital one bathed. 1 in on' and nolle pn
'**"v *" rt"'cilToa i
165PRELI FAMILY 2 FOR 165 C. M. E. Church's Helpers PrepareFor Claude the at 6:15 in the sanctuary beauty.,y', biiulitt are njiuraii "
SIZE Stewardess Board No. 3 will Hughes Brown, 1169 of church. bciutlM wan CIM, celebrate anniversary Sun More WorkThe W. 29th St., 59 and Bernice Mrs. Henry, a Delta Sigma that qulill i lumlnttcinl complexion end wick
LIQUID day, November 16, at 3:30,1n Glover, 1169 Wj 29th St., 46. Theta soror, is a product of toted look and toon'Mh

> .14.- the church auditorium. A n Eartha M. M. White the ,Moncrlef Elementary have Many dlKoycitd, ol todly't" bciulllt with
Andrew Collier Jr. 1510 School and of the Northwestern PALMERS : sJcCItt '
interesting has been
program Nursing Home Auxiliary met
1. the midl
Fairfax St. 27 and She
Laverne High SchooL
planned.Rev. November 5. Members out parti- :sated Cream .vtth' Inl heavenly.
I ,M.H. Boren, presiding lined plans for a Christmas Joyce Ellis, 4436 Ken KnightDr. cipated in the school's choir, 'tturance."SKIN CREAM, for faire success., cltartr.'
elder of the Jacksonville-Or N., 25.Woodrow. the National Honor Society.Mrs. natural" loofclng lovilmiti' ? Ann
party for the residents of the SKIN SUCCESS CREAM COM
lando district, will speak. home. Henry is a graduate of lain iiw lull official itienpin olanimonltled
Carn, Jr., 4030, Morris Brown College. There 'mtituiy, lit, mid,
TABLETS-lOO's Participants on the program The Auxiliary, 'whose main kii iiwedirni olicn pmrtmcd'
SANITARY NAPKIKS are: Rev. Sandford Smith activity has been the securing Lockhaft Dr., 27 and Rease she majored In child psychology c by,,..doctor ii fader for frKKitt ellicluc, icnuvtt kin
Choir No. 3 of Central, Mrs. of sheets for the home, has Elizabeth Bailey, 1248 *W. and elementary education. thai tun.tanned look. aids, Inrtmnvlnj
BOX OF 24 Tressie Pringle, Miss Fay donated 211 sheets and 85 pillow 28th St., 22. Mrs. Henry was also anhonor imoolnlng large blackntitft pore* ncipi and.
Baker, Mrs. Norma Walker student and member of the bring out your natural ttaulyIni '
69C 491- cases. A membershipdrive
Mrs. W.M. Washington, Mrs. is on. Douglas Joseph, 2255 W. 1st. Psychology Club. She starred .ii on that/,.and. gold pacbq.I. !.
REG. OR. SUPER Essie Mae Dye, The Mary''' St., 50 and Fannie Mae Battle,

................................. .i.. ... .... Black Trio, Choir No. 1 of Funenl HeldCHARLIE 2255 W. 1st St., 48. r "YOU'DON'T

..' st. Stephen and Mrs. LocUs HAVE, TO ,'GO 1'0, TOWN TO GET
REG. HEAVYDUTY PLASTIC Laster, Mrs. Florence Loiter Nelson Trotter, 7045 Ken
'! ,r :" "", : Mrs. Melvin Copelaae Knight Dr., 43 and Brenda
,. ;I
2 FOR 35' 'p' o .t. Mr. Woodrow Carn Delores Golden, 809 Jefferson : .r
Clarice Baker, Rec. ,', St., 17. ,
CAMEOFACIAL McWoodson and Mrs.r.Verpe]
Prince Hall Masons
Coker, president; 'Vita
TISSUE300's7FOR99t The Board\nvitesalltoshut NEEDS

{ 1 JIML ,Ut : with its members in the cele- ova Prepare For VisitsThe ,
.1' bration.
1 -
t Prince Hall A.F. and A. Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store. WE WILL
j REG. 2 FOR 49c : 29' HMO( M. Lodge of Florida, Inc, is MEET ANY PRICES ADV. IN YOUR LOCAL' PAPERS.
j ; First Black expecting the annual visit of Wi deliver. We also fill all Doctors' Prescriptions

NORTHERNTOWELS t" ,t; LIQUIDDETERGENT officers on November 14 at
PanelistFor 18 1, p.m. at 915 West Jefferson

A the first time in its' 11 Many.Lodges will hosting, Dixie
'IS" namely Nine Masonic Lodges, 'Pharmacy
of existence the nation
{" '}1 years fourteen chapters of the East- ,
4 QUARTS .t, ally known Sunday School For
ern Star and four courts of the
JUMBO, lna will have a black! panelist. I Heroines of Jerlco, with ILL

..........i.e............................... 1MUN1 Rev Westley D. Mitchell dSt J.E. Bradford In charge. 1302 KINGS ROAD AT MYRTLE
Baptist church
Staff members to be enter-
KG. 1 1- wUlpartlclpate. This program FRANK JON!., I tanned are Grand Master W. Pbm 353.5597 .
Is M Channel 4 at 7.30

KING SIZE FAB .LIMIT .1 :1H 8.8t Saturday ajn. 'Frank Funeral Jones services, of 3715 for Charlie Almeda I ron C. Jenkins Lady ,Hannah Grand Royal B. Miller Mat- r ,

S" Street Apt. 127 who died November -, of the ,Eastern Stars. .

MADAM IllYftlV 8, from Injuries sustained
.11...............U................gIM.NIII4M.....f in an automobile accident AFRO GIFT IIESS, ,J Jacksonville;' :) (
will be held at 3:30 p.m. _
Saturday in the West Union BEAUTY SHOPSimporterwholesaler .
iFEVER t THERMOMETER49tADHESIVE 9a Baptist Church with Rev A.F. Triiiiii listltite
o f
r Cummings officiating. He was
born in Georgia,and had lived AFRICAN PRINT cottons Offers a complete training program with placement assistanceafter
Jacksonville for several for Dashikis, dresses; '
In graduation Courses available
1. .. ..... ,...... .... He was a 1969 graduate Earrings, Bead necklaces. ,
;;, ,5f .KWIKUS{ KOVER : 3 Fur 39c ,l, AK'1 Aolll-" years.of Eugene J. Butter, senior Rings, Bangles, .Incense, ...........U..................I I

High School,and was member Cards, Caftans boxes*
; ; TUNA CAT : TRANSMISSION of West Union Baptist I rugs-i---Africa, Mideast, ) NURSES AID
Church, Rev. A!. Cummings India. Catalog free to

PAPER I: FOOD { FLUID IAL ATE READINGS AND CONFIDENT-DAILY EV- mother Pastor, suvlvorf Mrs. Bessie include Flour-his stores ftC.DUALD MEDICAL ASSISTANT,

ERYONE IS WELCOME.Ii nor,' father, Mr. v Cornell P. DROWN,
Flournor, grand father, Mr. I,, WARD CLERK

4 YARD .6 ( '.S. Ilia, Mrs Henry Abble Scoot,Scott grand, and mother Mrs., 11$ lulUs,. .IB......rr.................... .a

f( ROlL, 99c 3 OJ. 29c. : QUAIT 180PIC 1 1..Ir'. '., 5523 aunts Lottie, M.six Sims uncles, Georgia, a devoted,four NTc1U24: No tag date experience, No Ace Umit, Hieb! School not required Start-
: Del 31
: i. Nee Kiis lid, ,pousln\= Mrs. Sally Johnson, .l 1212)1 ) 'SC 4.3431ir 1969. .
host of other relatives
city; a Use I

t N' SAVE DAILY DISCOUNT DRUGS Cariej';'' 45ti. Jtrtit. and Funeral many Home friends, 5879 Moncrief Howell : (, .,.iissifis-' Ol.four,Bank Amerlcard, ," or: Master, Charge, Card Phone, ; 356-I f:1'I: I

Pint 7M.5418 Road is In charge Tl, 4-1458). )

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HIMJEI( 15, 1969 Ml JAPERS Ml i

,I Church Sponsored Coal Co-ops Brings Hope And Comfort To Kentucky'1. I

Second',' Baptists Miracle Comes To St. Paul's JOIC Has Coal Is A Blessing ..:;

j Will Be Episcopal Church And Works Fashion And LmR.sil

Ml.. Ararat Visitor
HlCKMANKy. is one of the oldest Episcopal churches in Talent Show
Rev. J.C. .Sams, pastor o f the Diocese -- historically the mother church in this western- F SCM&*
Communion will
be held
at the
Sunday church.
Second Missionary Baptist most part of Kentucky known t LS the Purchase. But being old, Jacksonville Opportunities In- Sunday
begins at 9:30: a.m. with ,Mrs. D.B.
Church. the church congregation : and oldest doesn't count for nuch In these times which "are dustrlallxatlon Center had !Its Barnes superintendent,
and teachers In charge. At 11 a.m. the consecration of all
a'changlng. first fashion show Saturday,
and all church units, .1.1tt choirs and ushers will take place in the church basement with
In the In the hall o f ,
15 Paul's 8
will share the past years.St. November ,
pers and services. With JJJ $ the pastor in charge. At 11:15 processional will begin with'
of Mt Hlckman, has seen its member Edward Waters College.
program Baptist much ''EHf'
success. Mrs. Dorothy Green at the instrument. The morning devotloM .
Church Sunday at 3 p. m., ship and spirit dwindle. Then St. Paul's had its own The show was sparked oft iI, will be led by the deacons. The morning message will be dW: .
On the brink Sensational Soul Dynamics -
where Dallas of being closed by the I '
Graham is -
fey kind of miracle.No livered bythe pastor. At 3:15: the communion service will be' '
pastor. and attendance sometimes down other Church in the com- a local group held. All ushers .
choirs ministers wives, deacons and deaconesses
to that "two three the trainees of the lJ
Rev. Sams or gathered Many
returns to the
munity was sure it wanted a will assemble in the basement for consecration,
Second Baptist together," the orphan child of OIC participated the showing
pulpit Sunday
proposed day-care center.St.
Following the consecration and recessional at 4 the
for the Diocese had gotten used to of fashions and laths .
two major sermons. Sun- '
Paul's Itself was not sure Lord's Supper will be observed with the pastor presiding. ,
holding Us breath each time t
talent show.
day School begins at 930am.: whether it wanted to "suffer assisted by visiting ministers and deasons. The pastor is ask
with L.C Chester and staff the department of missions the little (Integrated) children. Models were; Katie Williams Watkins : ing each coordinator to come prepared to give a partial report -'
in came to visit. Annie Prince Betty ,
charge. The consecrationof ."
Sunday. All are Invited to Peace Missionary Baptist .
Four different ministers had Katerine Miller
the deacons, deaconesses, The new minister fresh out Carolyn Knight, Van Buren and Jessie Street East. Rev. D.B. Barnes Is pas. "; ,
ushers and choirs will take struggled with the situation.The of seminary (and stUl remembering Fannie Mahone Frances ,, tor. .
place at 10:45. The morning parish house was used black-white confrontations McNeal. Betty Lewis and

service begins at 11 i.m. The for Cub Scouts, Alcholics A- In Washington he'd witnessed Louise Shanks, and three MT. SALEM BAPTIST

evening service begins a t7 nonymous, and metpbersreal. ) knew what he'd like gue.'ts.: HJ : Sunday School begins at 9:30 with Superintendent Jack Green'
ly tried to get prospects to Ice Dlmitrls Phillips May-
p.m. The Prayer of Faith Mrs. ,
the Church to do, but he want rA presiding. The lesson topic will be reviewed by the pastor.
Hour is. Tuesday at 7 p.m. cream suppers, pot-luck sup. ed members to make the de- Cohen makeup artist modeled The morning devotion begins.at 11 a.m. with Deacons Cor.
several fashions and did the
cision. The day-care center nellus Calhoun and W.L. Wilder in charge. Choir No. 1, with
for the trainees.
was a VISTA project to provide makeup and l Mrs. Dorothy Crews at the piano, wihh serve throughout the
--- Mrs. Racheal Grlssett
mothers of pre-school day. At,3 p.m. Mrs Dolley Carey will present a program in
Jean Mincy were
children a chance to work Mrs. Label the Interest of the Pastor's Aid Board. The evening devotions

: and supplement meager family guest mldels. instructor The Episcopal Church sponsored coal co-opsprograminKen-- begin at 6 p.m./wlth the pastor and deacons in charge The
the Ira start to shy... incomes.In Mr. Raymond at QIC narrateMrs tucky has worked wonders. Important in the Implementalon of pastor will deliver both major sermons. Prayer meeting Is

the farm-oriented, cotton Telfair, and her the program were Bishop C. Gresham Marmion, top left, and Tuesday night On Wednesday night Choir No. 1 rehearses'
DOWNTOWN.3 00 HOGAN ST producing area, the idea "bf of fea Rev. Bob Layne, vicar of Fulton County churches. The two, On Saturday.pjlght} Choir No. 3 rehearses. Rev W.O. Rogers'is
were *
such an integrated facility in tured.Angels Proceeds Mercy form the are holding a precious lump of coal, symbol of,comfort and pastor. Mrs.?', ;::Sampson is reporter. The church Is lo-'. .'
a white Church was alien to powers .- Episcopal Church Photo. Gated at 1281 West 22nd: /
show go to the BrotherhoodFund
a a traditional magnoliascented -

'-' way of life. ,of a the fund trainees designed who to need help Double Celebration Draws Many EMANUEL BAPTIST *'
Another Church had tried it many On Tuesday the teachers meeting is held, as well as the v
in to and from the
and created a gulf between help center when getting needed. OutstandingPastors prayer meeting, with the assistant pastor and officers II
the liberal minister and charge. On Wednesday Choir No. 2 rehearses at I p. m.
conservative congregation.But WASHING TON:-An unprecedented move was made recently by On Thursday at noon services of prayer will be held at tII. :'

after prayerful consid- the St. Stephen and the Incarnation Church concerning a request church. Choir. No. 1 rehearses at 7:30: p.m. On Saturday":

eration, the small congregation Baptist Ministers from the Black United Front the Male Chorus rehearses at 7:30 p.m. Sunday School be-;'

: r accepted the notion that per- The church voted to.iive-blact gins at 9:30: with the superintendents Mrs. Mamie Fields'*
: The pastor of All Souls Unitarian
haps this was a Cod-given op controlled community groups and Deacon George Smith, In charge. The lesson will be
t. nt Fr portunity. This undertaking Wives Honor AnnuaThe I 10 per cent of the church's Income Church said his, Rev.church David will reviewed by an appointee. The morning worship begins-:'"''

led to other Involvements -. for the next five years. Eaton begins at 6:30 p.m. Choir No. 2, the Male Chorus and the- '.'
meet for
a request
Including an ambitious pro- This means that more than $250,000. Usher Board No. 2 will serve. Mrs. Marion Carter and ,',
Other churches have
ject to get low-cost coal for Baptist Ministers'WivesAlliance $37,000 will be given by the *turned Mathew McCoy will be .at the instruments. Rev. S.L. Badger -:
Its down the request.
will celebrate
.i the poor. whites. is.pastor. The church is located at 2221 Forest Street
Monday However
twenty-fifth anniversary a vestrymanaccused -
VISTA coordinator Mike Lap- Organizations deemed worthy -
pin told the Rev. Bob Layneof November 17at745pm. 'of this aid willbe chosen by the church of "racism. HOUSE OF GOD TEMPLE NO. 1' '
the idea which could benefit in' West Union Baptist, In the the wardens and the vestry,of He is a BUF member. Sabbath School opens with the devotional service. .The so-. ,-,
Siv some 2,500 low-income educational building. the church. The church voted to make a perintendent will review the lesson. The evening worship ,
Rev. and Mrs. A.F. Cummings specific allocation Immediately. The Florlds State Convention will meet'' s
a'iray a p ; & residents of Fulton and Hick- The BUF asked the church,, begins at 3 p.m.
man Counties. Transportclubs will be hosts. All hus- on September 21, to give $25 Emphasis was put on the here November 28 and 29, beginning each morning at 10:30. .,-

would purchase trucks bands and wives and the public 000 and 50 per cent of its ann- conclusion that the money Bishop Dothan Faulk, state superintendent will be the host
and transport coal from Kentucky are invited. Mrs. C.!. Will- ual Income to the Blacks. comes as a matter of Christian pastor. Delegates are expected from Tampa, St. Petersburg -' ,'
and Southern Illinois coal iams is president Though the allocation by the giving. The money is in addition (- Clearwater and Miami. The National Youth Con-,

fields. Those who could least church short of the demands to current contributions ventlon will be held in Lexington Ky.,Jn December. The .-,
afford to pay-- when they could .AAAA"'AU.'A it Is the first of its kind. for the help of the. Blacks; revival service continues at No. 2 at 40th and Paris Elder

Sri d3 scratch it up_.were paylnaru Kennedy Pastor
fAi,4'7.pleee much as$17.50 a ton,and more i- -- ........--.....- .. --.- . ..- ..........

.when they had to buy it! n1UU
cant aluminum .
-l bThe t owsac ks\bur I )J V(3/.

only other alternative for .
heating the shacks they livedin ; '",,, I, I' -
WATERlESS COOK SET ., : .. ... .. ,. .... ...
d I wood
acavengeda- a
was .rrM
: :. ".. li4d': \. I": ; "I;; : 'H'1 yl.; poft' : ..... 'f!
loto 'the f Iverbanks. ;.Some- .:'1 ,d: h :t Ii .t11- : il.l1U : ; ;' :lj..l, ;, '' : J. ,.J. ...
.... .- ... vu JiP erlt 011'Cd. ?/I4 tlmi!' theyVoWflndoIdlutn-' I.. ( : ', ... ,1.to": .! t
I ,1 '''' "j' .., 1"
-Ao '>oI -
2.,'iid :3-ijt.3 turnedUutpi ber from-razed buildings;or .1 ,oj<. -I''''() 1.. ., ..,,' 11 > ." ,..... J:
+. HWllI\ : .f'lt.1 'd'I\I'rlr; 88 maybe they could cut timberfor f' ':t' \', !'. ,

r 8 a share of stpvewood. And ) f:
sated ''II' \
: there was always the deadly : J J'S
Kinij '
dnty' slillrt.
rfeetlnrrt I1I'i hire : dangerous coal oil (derosene) j jU

.ISS tlMT which annually takes its toll

of old shacks and. their residents -

COLORED Through cooperatives, the .' *. l ,-
price might be cut in half and w ; y /

7PC.TEFLON'GOOKWJUESET the self-help program wouldbe

a psychological first step. '

The poor could thus begin t o ..'.
4 learn how, through organization ;

they might find their way (
out of this maze of poverty In :> .
which they had been lost all

1288 their lives. ,
Layne told the Rt. Rev. C. I:. ,
Gresham Marmion of the idea.

With the Bishop's approvaland
w **'"* encouragement, Layne wrote
I r tta( f 19.95
the John Stevens at the
1 and 2 covered
qt. sauepans : ,, .
I in
Episcopal Church Center
oven, 10" fry
with Use metal New York The .non-profit' .
pan cover. ; ; ;
kitchen tools. Aluminum. transport clubs would need
money to purchase trucks licenses
wt fg &
insurance and depre- '4, 3
ciation allowances. Malnten- WEHNST' MitZELICER (ISSMW) i ';

ance would be furnished free INVENTOR, BUSINESSMAN. Born In Paramaribo Dutch Culnei. Earned passage to the jff&
by "shade-tree" mechanic United States is i sailor and arrived in Lynn, Massachusetts In 1876, Alter laboring tin yean ;; ,,
members of the clubs; Their Matr.UgerfinUq Invented and pstented an automatic Shoe-las tint.Machine on Msrcfi20th881 f$' r '
expertise in salvaging parts Patent #274,207 wis purchased by the United Shoe Machinery Company of Boston which revolt pp z i +ifJI'
from Junked autos and trucks tjoniwd shoe industry, crested thousands of jobs,cut shoe prices In halt Posthumously awarded r4 ''i) '' I .i; 4?
could be counted on for parts gold medal by the Pan-Amerkaa Exposition In 1901. Statue erected hi his honor in Lynn, Maui 1 ii ,,
replacement. chusetn,the shoe capital of the world. 0 ,} :''DC.

Coal mines were about 100
miles away and about 40 trips )1
i ((0 r poor during people the season some would$3,000 save in Do you know it was a black man :I '

+444 t % F heating months of costs.the year For there other were
who revolutionized the shoe industry
ambitious plans to grow pro- ', '
duce and truck it to Produce "

raising markets.'To repay projects the loans were planned.money- creating thousands new jobs? )'IQ!l 'r:\'

VISTA'S would direct the clubs "

in management bookkeeping

and (organization Poverty in
the Lower Bottom (so-called

because of rich, delta farm
land) has created an unpubll-i '
cued "Appalachla." C o n- You should. You'll b. proud to own Informative calendar.
.5 I This is Just one of 12 magnificent portraits of distinguished '
trary to Eastern Kontuck miners dramatic record of Negro achievement In American history. '*
: Lower Bottom farm laborers black Americans, who made priceless contributions to our national $

NOME have never known pro- scene And you'll find them all in our 1970 Negro Historical Calen. ') 33

sperity nor have they had a the second of a series started In 1969. I '
union to do collective barga1D-. Each portrait Is reproduced with unusual richness and ( ) WJ

Dishwasher gate service for 8. Ing for them. warmth of tone.And every single date on this big 14"x 20"calendar !

Farm wages over the past 15years contains an Interesting significant fact concerning the dramatic rdar r--------------------I 'h
have risen from$5 for a record of Negro achievement In American history +,,t;v,

MELMINEDINNERWARE 12-hour day (fo a $presently.. F lr just$1.00 (Including postage and handling) this unique 1970 ( )

The work is seasonaland calendar can be yours to use, enjoy and refer to long after the year NEGRO HISWR t.t.

x scarce due to mechanization.The Is over. To get one, fill out the coupon and mall It along with your CALENDAR.' ''
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Patterned dinner Executive Council of the 'check, cash or money order ___ ( ea.se y .
plates, Episcopal Church made grants And don't forget friends. This Is one gift which they'll find ':.:=;;= Address ..
soils cups,' salad plates, and loans totaling $3,850 to* but useful and Informative well. I .
8 not only beautiful as Ii"r' S .
saucers. Colorful plastic the clubs (one at Clinton,'the City, State_Zip Code_ !
dir fff-Pe. Seacrlm/dlstdle.lnceI857 U.S. Pear Clod, will, not dtllvtr Cil la
big fad serving pieces other at Hlckman) December "
(State liquor laws prohibit this offer to residents of Alabama, .lIIldl J ;: 'i rw'
p pretty and practical!, .Seg 1968. Half of this vain Georgia, Iowa, Kansas, Maine, Mississippi, Montana, New Hampshire L\--'-, ----------------- j' ,
outright grants and half Inter-, r./ /
est free loans.A North Carolina! Oklahoma, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington I'I i; : : !

and.West Virginia..) If' '.'.
SUNDAY 1 TO 6 PM month later, 75 tons had ;
been delivered to 57 families '. No' '. \ '.,'::I,1t\ (I., :..' : \
SATISFACTION" ;.GUARANTEED!.,, 't 'I "II'I''I'I"I'IUII.'III at a charge of $9.4 plus tax. '( 'j t 'I.;

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1 minute. Place a single layerof and soil samples In NASA's **** *
wafers In bottom of pan, And both have found an inex. Country Style Stew
.:.; ,.J1I sprinkle lightly with orange pensive plastic jar that fills the Salads w Rfr'
I:*11<|i fl. : Juice then top with pineapple :
: .gOLDENitgUCHOP mixture. Repeat, alternating billThe containers selected by
layers and ending with wafers
Chill at least 3 hours Unmold. NASA to receive the precious
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crNI" lifting out by edges of foil. ', cargo of the Apollo 11 moon
Peel off foil Spread top and mission are essentially the same
IY JANE ASHLEY Ides with whipped cream. Freezette Jan that are used in Dieter'sBest
Slice: Makes S servingsKitchen kitchens everywhere accordingto '
'' Rrfrlftrator Dessert Mrs Pauline home
.. >art
''llfrjr' this quick pineapple dessert service advisor for Republic .
Its prepared In minutes'Tfje Aids Molding Corporation Chicago 4&
refrigerator does the housewares manufacturer
1 *"fcirk "The 1,000 jars that were
9 ,/ Pliirapple Dessert Assist With. rushed off to NASA head Friend ,
,3"; (pound 4.ounce) can quarters in Houston just before
j I crushed pineappleS the launching differed from the ,
Moon Tests .:J::
>tablespoons corn starch kitchen vanety In only one
1(7( '! -eunce) package respect" she explained. ,NEW YORK (ED-When you're tryln to stick to the straight and narrow of a diet so that
ll' vanilla wafer Chicago NFS) What do 'They were molded of t eventually your figure will look that way salads can be your best friend Not only are they filling
j" ( special polypropylene that can and satisfying-but there's an infinite variety of them so the palate need never be bored.
I;tablespoons orange juice many budget-conacioua: hnmemaker. withstand If you're stuck in the cheese and lettuce salad not salads
temperatures up to130SoF. tuna cottage rut why try some new
$ ht'lut'am., have L. with ,
,. pint the' National Aeronautici common and under IS pounds per to help on your slimming waI- ith the addition of golden sweet Chiquita Brand bananas. This
Line bottom. and sides of ,square inch pressure." tasty food is a calorie counter f best buy tipping the charts .t only U calories A salad composed
Space Administration?
.'1,.(9 x S x 3 Inch) loaf pan Freezettes for home use can of artichoke hearts greens orange and grapefruit sections and circlets of this luscious fruit drizzled .
irtvlth household foil. GraduallyAdd Both of recognize using a the importance take .temperatures! as low as with a novel danana Poppyseed Dressing, makes a tasty as well.as filling entree for luncheonor Generous chunks of potatoes. Juicy onion and tomato pieces
starch con
pineapple to corn proper minus 6t"F. and all part of Savory Garden Stew
as high as a light supper and sweet fresh carrots are
tainer for
food in homemaker's
constantly the
In saucepan Stirring -
250F. GREEN MEDLEY SALAD eating to any table. New KELLOGG
bringing country style
bring to full boll and boll else, for lunar rock
CORN FLAKE CRUMBS Bag and Bake seasoned coating mix
J-. 1 quart mixed salad greens 1 cup drained orange and gives the tender meat cubes and rich gravy tantalizing flavor
-- -- ._-- 1 package frozen grapefruit sections i .satisfying the heartiest appetite and most dlwrlmlnatlng taste
artichoke hearb 2.3 bananas: but into l I I-Inch chunks
Garden Stew
Cheer fl..Call. Wash grew under running water; shake off excess water; tear enough into bitesize pieces to 1 (J-oi) package< KEL. I medium size onions
make 1 quart; refrigerate. In a large salad bowl lost! greens with % cup Banana Poppyseed LOGO'S CORN FLAKE quartered
1 Dressing Add artichoke hearts, orange and grapefruit sections, and bananas to salad greens; toss CRUMBS Bag and BakeS 4 pared carrots, sliced
Sugar with additional dressing at.needed Makes 4.6 servings pounds beef stewing 4 medium size pared
meat, cut In 1-Inch cubes cubed
III. DRESSING y cup vegetable oil
1 teaspoon salt
Banana Poppyseed DressingI Scups (lib IJ-oi. can)
1 cooked whole tomatoes 1 ((10-ot) package frozen
ripe banana mashed t tablespoon poppy seeds cut beaneI.
51BS. V! cup sugar 2 tablespoons dry vermouth with liquid green
25 1 teaspoon dry mustard (or I tablespoon lemon juice) Empty contents of seasoned Crumbs mix Into enclosed
Y4 teaspoon sal" l'I cup dairy sour cream shaker bag. Drop about '01 of the meat cubes at a time Into
49 the seasoned Crumbs mix, shake bag to coat meat evenly After
Limit Please In small bowl combine ul shgredients. Blend until smooth; chil about Vi hour before serving all cubes are coated reserve remaining seasoned Crumbs mix
1 Makes about 1M cups Brown meat cubes In hot oil In 5-quart Dutch oven
QuonlilyRighl.v.d Limit 1 please' with A banana and ham Fan Salad makes an unusual taste combination for the dieter too Strips of 2. Measure 1 cup of liquid from the tomatoes; add to meat, stir,
trtomnrwnau.lwlustiyI'N! with this mellow, ripe Chiquita Brand fruit are alternated with cornucopias of the lean ham for a cover and simmer for 1 hour or until meat is nearly tender
; $S5.00 picture.pretty salad to share with the family or weight-conscious: friends Add tomatoes and remaining juice onions. carrots potatoesand
JIOllummmur 2nmsmn '$$5.00 feed 'purchases '. salt Simmer 30 minutes longer Stir in green beans and
j nulasrsnnrAFtt. m:W.N;:, mm Dr Mere Feed Order BANANA FAN SALAD remaining seasoned Crumbs mix; continue simmering for 20
I T iseswrnastrait 6 bananas '10-12 radishes thinly sliced minutes or until vegetables are tender, stirring occasionallyto .
,, blecisaLII:, t1NECNmCASTAEt14412MONOeiCFloak mix. Pour stew into heated serving dish.'
1 IIll' 'OWHATTU 3 oz package cream cheese 12 slices ham loaf or other cold sliced
!W pound blue cheese meat Yield: 68 servings 12 cups stew. Kellogg Company
Mnllll Norse 1 tablespoon cream Cr'sp' salad greens

Ballard Flour' 5 I" On large chop plate or platter'arrange salad greens in six portions. Peel and slice bananas In three
1 t 79 Coffee I.. Bag 19lA. lengthwise strips. Arrange each banana in a fan shape on the jreem Soften cheese with cream
t and pipe through pastry tube to outline fan" handle. Squeeze remaining cheese into rosette it
k center of platter Decorate with radish slices Between each "fan" arrange rolls of cornucopias of SEAFOOD CENTERThu
cold meat slices. Serve salad dressing separately. Serve with rolls, melba toast bread sticks or
[ GRADE A Bakerite Stlldar' = hot breads Serves aix. .
With these tasty recipes diet lime need not mean blah-meal time. Sparked with bananas your week Seafood Cantor says il'I an ILL COLD WIND hues
\ Fryers Corned Beef salad days may turn out to be some of the best eating'days of your life. BLOWS no GOOD-For inttanco' everybody en0y| > Cold
3 its. tu WEATHER with, FOOTBAll and BASKETBALL end the FAITH.
'12 Oz. Cn er an OYSTER STEW In Cold W.olh.r-f.thai mailer FRIED
rHOlE.t 29 S9c: 2 1.00 : //I 1 e/ Use your 'Woodle FISH & HOT GRITS can'l be beat-Give A Look Below''!!

Pasta ispopular whetheryou

First Cat Swift Piili.1 Frosty aterl E macaroni tend,or toward good old spaghetti fashioned, FLORIDA-GEORGIA SPECIAL

,Pork Chops Chuck Roast! SMoked Picnic E ,that oodles: turns and those here old is fashionednoodles" a recipe FRESH FLA GREEN LOBSTER lb. <1"

i into1* new fangled
We again suggest you all ahead to book your ardor.

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\ 4 I,11. cup firmly, Backed brown LARGE SHRIMP; >> ..................................... Its.X1,60.
sugar, until both are melted. MED. SHRIMP ........I ,..$1.25
Risk 'Add one eight-ounce packageof
DangerIn Bordo imported diced dates,
N4 one tablespoon lemon juice, WHITING, ............................... 1B. 49.
\ CHUCK ROAST LB.59C and one beaten egg, and mix
well. Bake in greased one-quart EXTRA LARGE
casserole at 350 foe 30 min. ROE MULLET ..........................................LB.4S'
Food utes Serves six as a delicious
StoringChicago side dishl

;I f A e f111?qr qrI SHOULDER PICNICS .ll. 40Cl8. packaging of(foods NFS) that- Hit-or are to-miss be .-.-.-.-..-.- ....-.-.-.-.-.-.---..--.-.-.-.U-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-..--.-.-..--.- .-.......,

c : pored in the home freezer can be 1 i1
.'. ./. the undoing of the best frctzcr 1 II II
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I I SHOULDER ROAST designed"If material to withstand It not specifically the rigorsof I,
84t: II
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food you want to, preserve by ', 1MaKN1SAFSEAVED ICESa00D'IHAUGNWEDNFSDAS' .
-':: freezing it" according to Mrs. IJBANWURIWD.
IT UNABLE TO OBTAIN ANY ADVERTISED ITEM, PLEASE Pauline Church, home service advisor sal's r rj I
REQUEST A RAIN CHECKI! Prices In this ad are good through of the Republic Molding j
Saturday, Nov. 15, 1969. Corporation Chicago, manu-I I + t .' I
Caclurcr of frccziUe foodcontainers !
o VALUABLE COUPON: As a guide to any homemaker t
IAi selecting containers and wrapping
material.Jfor' Precise use, Mrs. HI CANE Sigor. 5 5lfcs. .1..1.I
Gold Medal Flour DRIVE Church.. om..ri! (these tips: ,4a
Use only material that '
moisture.vapor proof to preservethe i tiiit 1 Please with ,$5.00 Or Mm fed Order J
S-l8. WIJH quality of foods and protect I

,. I BAG' 391. JH'tS DETERGENT a them against temperatures.the drying This ofsubzero li = Kraft Ciikiif Or Salad Oil .li.Liiit little 12,. II.Plaii I
especially: Important In

GOOD WEEK OF tiov.l'1 THRU MOV I6.W9COOD i cial no-frost air-circulating freezers since lodaY'I// i 1 Please Will $5.00 Or Miri. Feed Or.tr 41t.i

I I ONLY AT YOUR FMENOir/ffr SCORE draw tho moisture out of poorly .
LIMIT I w/5 OR MORE ORDER DRIVE IGT.PKG. protected foods. I
f4l" S Plan ahead to get maximumuse PJIll1" Flour
VALUAIlf COUPON: +d+.A.4tI of freezer space Once frozen i S.I.Risi.K 511. .

l/ | yy// <5 59 CPhiladelphia food packages should b. tightly -

Cream Special! atiruj packed. economy together for greatest oper. I Hilt 1 please with $5.00 ir mere 'feed purchases 4lt

Make sure that containers
: heese.I'II' 290Tmtii both round to Mack and square, are designed .. KnitMiyoMilse. : I I

r e I;a*', of handling filling and Top Jol I
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'ff" waling should bo considered :

u Page Special. Ian Parker DilicliisApples foods In It's freezing more*convenient some prepared to fill Halt I :Phase With $5." : : ;,. {i 'I'i '

1x11. containers without taking time to tt.Flilt J' ;: ;

s:etchup 2 ''U!' 39C Pie I : 39c" cool the food first. Be sure that If Kill Fill Mil .', 4' 1 I
containers arc the tollable kind
S itea I at. .
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tamers In different sizes .
to suit
:the needs of your household. Mill : Swift riiilia = Swift Fnalii :": .I'

LUx LiquidH'49oFrisk 1\\ : 10':1:: 390 :can run e be are Most used freezer economical owl containers and) over the again lon that|!. ;SmokedPicnic. E Click 'Roast; = Click- StMk::J.a I

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$ specialized: needs, offer a special. ': !. .i\.ir \. .

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plastic they can go Into the J r frst_ _.r..... Fresh .crIl = weeds.s SIiced Flrft.!; i'i

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"not's"In knit are newt
the McCall'. Fall/Winter Pat,
this y ear. now that knits are
not just In*sweaters and dresses tern Fashions Magazine now
and not at all\ hard to make on sale at your local newsstand..
t4k .t thorn A (sleeveless t.atllt'.buckl.4'
There li an easy going elf' jacket falla neatly inlo placeover
fane in nifty knit dresses a matching A-ihape skirl
{ e st: both are shown in a snappj red"'
and gray reversible fabri&A
gray blouse with dock ascot
/ and long puffy sleeves conpletes )-
f Aw.
r 1 this disarming costumf.
Another bonusTh* pattern!*
wre t. a "Beginner Quickie" available
in mum #
( 2104)) and young
r ,, S.r Junior teen aim (2105).'.,
4 ---a-t If what suit you best Ua!
pant I outfit, McCall' Pattern!
Fashions have page after pale
a' of them All Neat All Note According .
to editor Mary MeSorley. -
the new pant look I II
O a'a "Casual-Yes Comfortable,
indeed Sloppy never." f
v11fi._ Jumpsuits are the newest
t way to cover the subjects oC
pant dressing Some
Is a name with which to comjure.'Odlbe left there It the nonchalant, steer canal look a* jumper, add a maaqugr.ado skirt'for:
of the 30s In a Naman Ralncheetah pole coat of soft, velvety velour. A wrap tie gash nips in a costume look.
the raslst, while a wide, deeply notched lapel collar forms the perfect foil for the ubiquitous< The magazine also include
accessory of the season, the scarf filler Itarblelted buttons highlight the cost's versatility many page of jumper| fashion
... in shades and is weathertreated. Boots that define the meaning of l look
--. ---s ,_"?... It is available seven smashing Fall-Winter completely ing smart
The; grooviest dresses of all of the tie blouse This disarming that also goes out on the town. are Shenanigans The Adolpho II hat is available everywhere In the center Naman featuresthe According yet to casual MM McSorley 11 .
for Fall are really something combination plus an A-line Or provide yourself with"fur" "bunting look." The dacron and cotton poplin coat has a raln-repellant Zepel finish and is each jumper pattern come with
else They're jumrs-rrvved| skirt in Misses' sites Pattern coat to throw casually over a interlined with polyester fiberfill. The welt-seaned coat, sporting snappy T-taba on sleevesand dashing pants costumes its own blouse, for endless,m.*
up deekeddown and notice #2020. jumper.and.pant*outfit.It's all atjipper and lower pockets, can be worn alone On the right is another Raincheetah that '"how off blouses" worn with match possibilities v
ably"out of sigliC'in mid )plaids Even the classic gray flannel In Pattern #2059 for M Iaaei practically purrs when it pours A leather-llke trim forms the collar and rims the snap-off understated jumper and Sim- In this season of jumpsuit}
and sizzling solid*. jumper is a whole new and junior. pie sleeveless auitiTh and jumper, the
groove little kni
hood, hem, and super-sized pockets,as well as the front closure with concealed snap-. loslngs. t
One new design that pure when it become a swinging blouse and null combination dress is more than holding It
pow i* the shifty little jumper coatdress This versatile design There's more wardrobe wil that lops In fashion right own.
with the deepest V-neck in cap for sizes 8.18 i I. also terrific in ardry In McCall. V-neck jumper s now it featured on the cover of
11\,itv. Its far-from.silent partner tweeds, cool in corduroy and in with wing collared blouse..
The outfit la sensational by itsself
checks out as a trim turtleneck dressy \I.lv.tN'n'an even go to .)IR i
.or over the pants that come r
blouse Both are to be a party.Like the other jumper .
In the 2040 for misses
found in McCalla PatternS2060 02075 can ba made "mini" if pattern l j :

Even if for you've misses never and sewed junior before you A simple see fit.square,necked jumper size (not shown part),together Putting can thecomponnt SAVE A/ Jlr"t g FINE ARTREPRODUCTIONS -p.
be lots of kick wh.nyou
feel free to take the plunge can be very hip when it's ,
mix and
with this easy 'Quickie" pat. basil for several super outfits'! print plaid I ,
tern Brightly plaided and worn overa tweed for.the wild new"acram.blt'd" 1 Dili. week mltoll'I
Equally new.looking. equally turtleneck, it'I smashing for : t' 1 ( woes sans nor. IfFREE .
"new": the pinafore jumper! dashing from class to cI.... you wear them, aIRwe 13 tf !
Have it in big or little check, Make !it in a pretty pastel wool. Jumpers are something else- 1 MasMrpHK by KM worker (rtsUstartists !
,''811 now snKsnc: your OWl! horne!Choose I
fashion' hottest currency right with matching wraparound coat but nothing else cin take their
now and add the solid flattery and you have a big city costume place! from smoni th most toinoui..lnllnllOtal tlnwl ONE 16" x 20" PRINT ">< '
wO Df NN.sl It s.w/ow ass -MD. ;
Shopping for a luxurious "vel- I-j ll '. S. ) Additional available '
prints 5
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feel guilty about Its tmpiacti- 5,. flIa :4)p Gtt ether mstnlHcsnt flits art ,' ..0, ... . ... ) ,'
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nUt! ) If you choose one made of SAVE 50% .
SAevefva-a biuih nylon/poly. 1 J FOOD STOatS tlwlr '
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and look of fine velvet but itmachln -:. ens c P '
.waih ble and tpln- I,
Thla new fabric comet in a ThIs first need in a spieler's lifi I i .
range of specialized high colon to get away from home in
which won't crock or bleed when order to avoid being eaten by i \
laundeied parent or sibling,

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'$226,000 From Kellogg Gives MoneyTo +t P 1 r Help For Needy Ready For Jax CifiteNry"L.

Emmett Reed Center Sixth and Payne,Jacksonville's complex I
kASHVILLE..The WK,Kellogg electrical and civil engineering -
Meharry of community activities will launch out on a mammpth sports
Foundation of Battle and that the sums WASHINGTON. DC.'-Amert and recreation program, according to Julius Gulnyard, .center-! .b
Creek Michlganhas approved dislgnated for faculty positions '
ca's architects today announced director. beginning December! 1Durlng
,a flvt-year: commitment of will be expendedlnthese WINSTON-SALEM,N.C.-R.J- a drive to open education i 'the-month of December -- 1'
to Tennessee State man. Miss Angalonette Wright,
$226,000 areas Reynolds Tobacco Company and
Job training oppor- basketbal}leagues will begin -
University here for the purpose The$226,000commltmentco- will contribute $60,000 to a rr tunity In the design profession play. Miss Brenda Mosley and Mrs. t

of strengthening the TSU ers consultants, faculty positions national fund-raising campaign for poor and disadvantaged Teams will be organized In. F, Reddick as well as Miss tSuvonlaGSermonsandJamea

School of Engineering.The laboratory and clerical for Meharry Medical College youth. five divisions. In the Midget t

announcement was made assistance, and faculty study in Nashville Term., It was "Our nation needs more and class will be those from 12 to Davis. "0
Thursday Oct. 2,by TSU President -* grants accordingtoPresident announced Johnnie Thomas, Vocational
recently. { better trained architects and 14 years of age. In the Junior
A.P. Torrence as he Torrence Colin Stokes, executive vice It can't afford to neglect a class will be those from 15 to High graduate Is assisting .1
addressed students and faculty "We will be seeking this president of Reynolds made waiting reservoir of talent". 17. The Senior Men's division and Is sponsored b.y I

at the 1369-TOOpenlngConvo- year," said Dr.Torrence"the the announcement at a ;among poor whites, Negroes will Include those 18 years or the Greater Jacksonville Economic 1
cation. Said he, :"all of us are advice of eminent persons In luncheon for Dr. Ralph H. and other obstructed youth over. Opportunity program. t

most grateful for the Kellogg the field to determine whetheror Hines, vice president of Me- explained Hugh M, Zlmmers, The Greek League for frater- T.C. Hayes is sponsored by ..t
Foundation's Investment in' not there is too much diffusion the concentrated Employment 1
harry College, and several .A1A, who will direct The nity and sorority members and
Tennessee State University.In In offerings of Jacksonville. All
our Meharry alumni practicing American Institute of Archi- a junior girls division for those program
these da>"s of splralingeduca- need for consolidation of efforts In the Winston-Salem area. tects' effort.Credibility. 18 and under will begin opera activities are taught by trained .a

lonal costs, it Is most difficult to effect a stronger program Meharry is the! only private of white professionals tion. personnel. 3

for us to provide many of the in fewer areas of concen- predominantly) Negro medical to work In city slums Other activities will be fable All entries for the basketball j
strengths engineering that tration. We will theseIn r leagues must be In by Novem-
assess .
school In the country. Since depends in part upon their tennis bumper pool billiards, tj
our students require." terms of present faculty her 22. No teams w11lbeperJ
Its founding In 1876, it has ability to open professionalJobs checkers and volleyball. Spec
President Philip E, Blacker- strengths and facilities." mltted to register after that
graduated about one-half of LLOYD MUMTORDMivnl to minorities Zimmers ial activities will be boxing r
by of the W.K. Kellogg Foundation The fiscal and date.
project year
the Negro physicians and den- Dolphin noted. Less than two per arts and crafts weightlifting
yoga ,
In a telegram to Dr. Torrence begins November 1 and ends tists in the U.S. There are cent of the nation's 30,000 wrestling karate and Persons interested in particlpating r

said, "I regret that we October 31. For 1969-70, 21 physicians and dentists In Lloyd Mumford, above, is one of the outstanding former play- licensed architects are black jogging, ladies sl1mnastlcs.the in any of the activites t
could not accept yout thought the payment is $3,000,197.0-; the Wlnston-Salem area who ers of"Texas Southern University who went Into pro football he cited as an example of children's story hour and should register now, at the, Jo)

ful Invitation to participate 71, $49,000; 1371-72, $84,000; are alumni of Meharry.This ,He Is now with the Miami Dolphins the challenge gynmastics. Center, Sixth and Payne or \
personally In your opening 1972-73; $65,000; 1973.74. $45 .. : ---- The will be under should call 3539021. Ext.61. .j
convocation. We are espec- 000 program Miss Constance Burkhalter

tally happy! to mark this occasion President Torrence sees the Coca Cola Aid Frat the Guinyard direction Is of Guinyard. of a graduate of Edward Waters 7j M
a graduate
since it colntides with Kellogg commitment as "d e- College and an Instructor in
the South Carolina State College
the beginning of our five-jear' sperately-needed assistance." with a Bachelor of the, public school system is :.i'
grant to Tennessee State. ? Said he, "'inaugurated!In 1951 director of the Arts and Crafts reprogram
Science In education.He .
The Foundation pleased to Our Engineering School currently -', at the Center. The ..3
has done further
share in the continuing efforts has approximately 300 studying Children's Story Hour Is under. i5
at Edward Waters
of your university to keep Its students enrolled infour areas College. the direction of Mrs Wlllye
is certified under
educational programs relevantIn several resources are available Guinyard Dennis, director of the Chil ..
City and Federal Civil service
the face of changing condi- within relatively short as recreation in ..dren's Service 'of the Jack--,, }j
a specialist
tions In our society."It distances to provide these stu- sonvllle Public Library., '
Sports Grade
No. 7.
is programs of this nature dents wlthpractical applications : Trophies will, be awarded in
Assisting In this Unique '
that will enable the tni- of classroom training ,; program .all activities: to the wtnnetaMJ
will be local school
versity .to. continue to serve "For Instance the Universlty ., and high runner-up. The proram'is'
graduates students.
Its students Its state, and its is located In the midst of Edward Waters College stu- sponsored by the Jacksonville, r
region ever more effectively the largest source of hydroelectric .Recreation Department. .
M power in the East. A-, ti ra "' p assisting the program :}
Miss Joann Till- ."
currently are
Gary W,King Associate Program mong these resources and cooperating -
Director for the Foundation with our program 1 'r '" saYUI (I.S

said In a letter to Presi- here, are the Tennessee Val- Emmett Reed Center Invites ',}:

dent Torrence, "we are very ley Authority, Atomic Energy .
pleased that the Foundation is Commission's Oak Ridge Plant
In a position to assist Tennessee Arnold Air Development Research All To, Attend Nov. 20 Meet ;

State "University In his efforts Center, and Marshall
1 Irl The advisory board of the Emmett Reed Service Center Six "
to further Improve Its Space Center. We believe
faculty and its curriculum.We that there Is ample evidence of th and Payne, last week laid plans to buckle down to the task' ,ot

are confident that this program the potential for building a ahead the further expanding of the agenda and the providing ;1
will be of great value. strong engineering program of an all-embracine service program to citizens of the Bold '14

"We understand that Initial here at .TennesseeState University :; 'New City of Jacksonville. This board meets the first! '

emphasis will be focused on ." I .Thursday night members of' and third Thursday of each ;"
the University's program In the board gave progress reports month All are invited
on what has been done. Officers of the board are ',I
and what has to be done a t I Jerome Jackson **
A Gift For langston .L.U the class Center to make it a first- Robert LC Williams, first ;",.
facility vice president John H. Jack- *
Julius Guinyard, Center director son, second vice president,

presided during the Miss Beverly Amos, secre- ,'11

: .. 'absence of the president. tary Miss. Phl\)ls.Adorns, assistant *'
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."f' 7a' ,Mrs. Mary L, DempgeydH'rectorart secretary.. Uvrence: r "

: ihe'.oonsuhttre'.jadr t d1tY' Jones, *treasurer Mrs.: "'
and ...
.t J 'Ucatlcto program the Center; Ruby Mnierj; Chaplain." ,.*T '

gave an inspiring report on the Committee'chairmen 'are: :'* )

.co-op business Mrs. Demp-, Monsolee T.Daviseducation' '
s t'i sey attended the co-operative and health, Julian Walton, Jr. "I
business confab In Mississippilast recreation Mrs Eries John-'
month.. The Reed Center *J
1 -- ........ program is backed by the son, youth development and '*
Wendell White account exectltlve lor Coca-Cola USA..s shown or; Ernest Mortal, general president of the fraternity; wendell''WhUe 'Greater Jacksonville Economic: Swift beautification, Mrs. ,Caretha "

w following the announcement of a new scholarship program that of Coca-Cola USA and Thomas D, Pawley, IIL director of .Opportunity program Alton W, Oliver Brown,senior,citizens Mrs. .*'
The Coca-Cola Company Is onbehalf 'the Alpha Education Foundation. .
sponsoring of the fraternity Yates executive director. J.C.
Holland public relations.
Shown ( -RareMarcus Neustadter,Alpha publicity direct-! Observations to the program The next meeting Is ']
; Novem'J
were made by Mrs.OliveR
ber 20 at 7 p.m. The public
Ford Company Roundtable Jewish Leaders MoppedIn Brown, Mrs Eries Johnson, Is invited. *. z

Homer Miller. and Rev. F. ...- ."" .
Move To Aid Negroes Hunter. \lini-Jars ,*
Meets Next In Members of the Jacksonville "
Columbus __ .
NEW: YORK;: --The omct'h o I Jewish leaders visited the Sportman Club were presentand .

COLUMBUS, Ohlo.--The second of the Ford Motor Company the American Jewish Congress 'project last December, and reported gave their support to the Make I CtMit l '. hl

"Getting To Know You" series will be held In Columbus on No- .l announced last week, through that conditions were program as sponsored by the I i I ( Ilk.1}0 |\M| I :\" ,, l u: .oJ
Wayne a, Morgan (left), President ol the arren Petroleum vember 20 Richard Cohen, director of 'deplorable.. They decided that advisory board.' niinijirs .Usi uJ t.> .n nr I is! I

Corporation, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Gulf Oil Corporation Impressive program got purpose 1 of the Ford college public relations, that the pre- it would be better to transfer Various topics were discussed I "Iynn) "IM"h'perlrh'I ,\" \ ,1:1': J ..
presents a $1,000 Departmental Assistance Grant off to an enthusiastic start i n I roundtable program as an effort sent freeze on Federal housing to a more responsible owner among them being the installation I j|I iiiL1 (lie I'odE.t ik ."\'I .'11' I Pt' k .J
from Gulf to Dr. William H, Hale, President of Langston University Atlanta.: A unique in-depth to "show the academic funds has stopped plans for and complete rehabilitation of of lights around the '., kiljiunn.ni'. : r [HKvitntU
Langston, Okla. The money will be used by the college roundtable community something of rehabilitating a badlydeteriorated the property. grounds of the Center f:IB securing -' ln'.iiJiUiJ Iv I tlit ..,1
school's! Science Department. Langston In one of more than series of informal program meetingsand ,a selves -- our management: apartment developmentIn The committee members were of Federal grants for' RI'ul'lle' | Mi'Uui{! {",rJ| v tail!'II,1 ;,01llUJlJ
40 predonlnantly black colleges and universities to benefit of suburban Hempstead In anxious to end possible some of the projects the Installation ( (hi,' |K'" vl-lll-| <' i.i, 'ren'ceelle
seminars were held all our ways doing business and racial
under Gulfs Aid to Education program In recent years and. designed familiarize Blacks, our thoughts about out placeIn which mostly black tenants strife and to help black families of officers. .the I Jar* jic ju.l ilu. rtrht.i'I'urhul.huf.uijil'n.'n..a' ..y
was awarded the grant on the recommendation of Warren with the reside. get accomadations. drawing up of a constitution, | :4.4.
opportunities business In proper
economy public ar- food ilul '
1 :jrt "J 11| Halh'
Petroleum which has employed Langston Members of the Congress had and the recruiting of more watt
graduates. Sponsored since 1956 by fairs and society." Publicity revealed that the and urns. but ..I'..." I'rj",en1"4 .
Ford's "Our he Intervened for the tenants association owner of the apartments was members. 0
Education Affairs Department second goal, adds,' + rr.'hlenl.Suitjble .
"is to organized by the a rabbi. Publicity also revealed Committee reports were received ((3tor.iti
college roundtable find out what college educators .for I IIM (in the tnif .
Afiici, Fir The G.I.. Vitirii programs have enabled nearly and students think a- NAACP. They were hopefulof that stoves were not from Mrs. Caretha .:lri-'.'fJtor. or'r.I"IO. ilu '1.Jhti'L( JJ

13,000 educators and students bout us, our business and the persuading the landlord to operating refrigerators were Swift Mrs. Oliver Brown, jan are the rnrltit '.'fIJikfx; '. *!

.' If a veteran is unable to number ,("C", number) or' from more than 500 schoolsto social and economic climate In end, conditions they claimed beyond useplumbingandheat-' Mrs. Eries Johnson and Mon Ilk last U" 'iiliU'or |'wMi'-lim ',Min ,
hold which were health hazards This fog uncertain ,soles T. Davis. a fjmil '."ire ilk dD
provide the number that ,his ',ice number and candid, tace-to-face we operate. were stairways ) jar iniiivU
will Identify his G.1 Inbrancll of seryice (as well discussions with Ford execu- Roundtable sessions normally 200-unlt apartment building unsafe and windows broken in Center Supervisor Guinyardsaid portion or a ,nlUipluiu pJCtJg.: ". w

surance policy he Is advised as his' full name) in correspondence tives on current Issues. last a single day at the host college has been owned for five years the laundry, where there were he was happy to see the vI'"lIhl1 JI. or chnplkJ| | Jjii":,. i tofiw
to Include his file with the VA..V' Henry Ford n, chairman of However the Atlanta by a syndicate headed by a always floods. enthusiasm of the crowd' pre ouni.i.s or ,hOJ''J"I" ,," "

!\:. the board of Ford Motor Company program Is the second part of non-practicing Brooklyn rab- sent. ""UlL"1' : ''Y number' f__oilur..' .lhinf'lit
has described the main a series of meeting that bI., r.

-- -, started at Ford headquarters ", ,.',111
in Dearborn, Mich. LOW I.
The series of panel discussions "\11

EARN.AND4EARN PROGRAM FOR WOMEN speeches and question- WORK ,4. )J'

and-answer sessions covers ." .
such topics as individualismIn ., .. .. -
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Offers "SOME OF OUR PAST ICCOJNi, : ;' "'
A course In business community responsibilities ., 11.f.
of the ;
corpora- ..... : .
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tion, marketing trends and '
GRAPHIC ARTS practices and research and 0 Fla Star News t

engineering.The Carter G, Woodson School '
Geo W, Carver School t tt
first phase of the cur- _
Varityping Tape Punch rent program began In late. Forest Park School : '

September when 11 students ? Ephesus Jr. Academy f' : I i
Edward Water College .
and faculty members from the ,
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,__ Dearborn. R.V. Daniel Elem School"' .' '"
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PART TIME EMPLOYMENT them on !tie Detroit inner- Astro Gents Men Club' ., ,; ; '1

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gram and other company operations. Jaxville Recording Co. .. 1 't '

They also toured '(OUT .OF SPACE) Bob Smith \t 'j., .;4 ..,
facilities Including the owner: I
TIME EMPLOYMENT Ford design center,engtnerrIng A.M.E., Church, Alpha Phi.Alpha .- Delta Sigma Theta I

complex scientific laboratories Over 50 private Clubs Campus Towers<-' Leonard I
4. After Training Period communications Studio .; i
Royal Diplomats Club -. Ron and Lou Campbell "
center, andRouge manufactur St. School Bethune Elem. School Roosevelt High School then reward yourself

8EQU1KEMENTS.; MI TYPE, 50 WOf DS PER MINUTE, OVER 19'YRS ing On area.their return to Atlanta Washington Shores School. with America's most' I.

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I Diana Ross Leaves Supremes After -Appearance On Sullivan Show'Dec.' 2iI I

I Jell Terrell Will Enter As Sitcessor To Slifer The Gorgeous Supremes World Mows Dlg..tftctJ

DETROlTl- 1ana Ross and The 'Supreme Till go their separate star-studded ways t n RUNS FOR GOVERNOR

January. The announcement':" was made and confirmed by MOTOWN on November 3. BALTIMORE: William E. Roberts 43, aBalUmoreblack

TUB u tne ftrstoftlclatwordconfirming once broker has filed in Annapolis as a "protest" candidate ,.
her to go the whole -gamut of As a matter oftactMlssRosswill ''"'
rampant rumors the for governor in 1970, of the state of Maryland. He will forman
entertainment world from Miss TerreU learn (
during the put twoyears.The help all-black slate to run from the fourth legislative district* W
Hollywood to Broadwa.some- and effervescent **
the complicated
has achieved V
group unprece- He declined to outline his issues
dented success In the record thing that would be impossible style of The' Supremes n a,

ing, concert and television as part of a group before the new act Is unveiled BLACK JUDGE '*-S*
"Naturally, Diana will con- for the first time VZn:J
fields and Is considered to be to the public WASHINGTON: Barrlncton D. Parker former president ofthe .
the most famous female Urine in her fantastic style on early in 1970.Announcements. .*"?
vocal District of Columbia Federation of Civil Associations has been
group In the world. records. in concerts, clubs, will be made chosen by President Nixon to be Judge in the Uj5. Dlstlct Court o.r
Miss Ross has been repeatedly and TV but now as a single shortly as to the first engage- In D.C. He is 54 and aas practiced in D.C. since 1947. He is a
approached by top motion individual talents can ments of the performers Republican He supported Rockefeller last year. He is a grad IU''Tuate '
shine over a much broader Diana Ross and The Supremes "
picture, Broadway sndtelevls.
of Us law school
ion producers to-accept starring horizon, the Motown spokesman headed their own television rhos

roles In various dramatic said. special with The Temptations NOSOAP1 Jilt
and musical The third Supreme in addition on NBC on November the )IUS:
vehicles and NORFOLK: Racial balance Is not required law In schools!
has always turned them down. to Mary and Cindy will '12 at 9 p.m. (EST). Their last United States District Judge Walter Hoffman pointed that oat '*>min

Now, however; she feels The be Jean Terrell, sister 0 I. network televlsionappearance his refusal to go along with the N A AC P's request for a b a 1-' *",1
Supreme, Mary Wilson and Ernie Terrell the former together will be on a specialEd ance of students In InNorfolk's schools sou to reflect an overall I ted

Cindy B1rdsonc,and she haw heavyweight NBA titleholder Sullivan show on December 40! per cent Negro ratio. He repudiated a statement by S u '
reached the highest platea'posslbl. Mary Wilson, one of the original 21 devoted to the Sixties and n cnci
Court Brennan.
in their partlcula. Supremes said she welcomed their is little doubt that p e r- preme BLACK PLANNER Tot

branches of the entertainmentworld. the challenge that the haps the supreme sound of DANVILLE Va: The first Black named to the Danville Planning '01t,

new arrangement presentedand the Sixties come from the lovely Commission here Is Solomon B. Halley, chosen by a '-2 vote J' *
"I have talked this thing out' felt that Jean would help throats Diana Ross Mary He will serve the unexpired term of J.C.Larramore, resigned iri.
with Mary and Cindy," Diana give The Supreme a new and Wilson and Cindy Birsong Larramore's term would have expired in December. \". vj
said, "and we feel that after unique dimension Both Diana Ross and The (
our Las Vegas commitment "No one, but no one, could Supremes continue under the '.. POLES-BLACKS '10'''t,

January at The Frontier would ever replace Diana Ross," personal management of International ft', DETROIT: It seems that the Poles and the Blacks are trying to '*iii' ?

be the right time for me to Miss Wilson said, "but w e Management .it"\. ':. reach'a cohesive program here. It Is the Black-Polish Confer ;

make way for a third Supreme ,have won't a let few suprises fans and we" pany (IMC) and William Morris MOTOWN confirmed, as of November 3, officially the leaving of the Supremes by Diana Ross, ence. Leaders from other have been meeting Some PolIsh \-1
." our down Is their booking agency its Ross have found the seat a bit hot and b a r'f, :
Diana Ross and the "new" most vivacious star Miss will give time to the acceptance of other commitments or white supporter i "
A Motown spokesman explain- Supremes both have renewed involving broadening out in the'entertainment world. In the picture above at the left, 1 s withdrawn. Tw!ftMfjjWficb! 9 had little filing for I a chi.j t n
ed that Diana Ross had achieved long term agreements with Cindy BIrdsong, and on the right is Mary Wilson. Miss Ross, one of America's outstanding other are ready to WQPfar!; ,:!

such unquestioned super-,'. Motown and its affiliated com performers, stands in the center. The Supremes will continue with Jean Terrell, sister of v
star status that it would be incredibly St. Augustine'sCollege Boxer Ernie Terrell in the third position Miss Ross will lend assistance too Miss Terrell' DUKE TRAVELS rti
unfair not to permit The split is totally amicable. in her development pit the fabulous singers. Picture by MOTOWN. PRAGUE: Duke Ellington opened the sixth International jazzv'i! '
festival '"Prague '69" here on Ocotber 30. Duke and his fine ; .l;
Holds aggregation have travelled and have received many honors .,
I I Council Of Negro Women from governments and from nobility. Last fall the Ellington ,;"''.'

"The Navy Was SomethingI band was In Jacksonville. ::,:::,

locks TV SclThe lool Series Leader ConfabStudent

Accused Men Say Bias Makes :ib:::

National Council of Negro technology of their society and I Needed BlackBostonian ,111
and admini- Says
Women has announced its denied the opportunity to rea-. faculty
support of a new type dally llze their talent and aptitudes. .strators of Saint Augustine'sCollege Life In Barracks Difficult ?41:
will bold a
television series for preschool a caste system is the inevitable -, &
children as an appealing and consequence," the NCNW ship Conference on November black marines 86 in the ihn
are facing years brig
effective means of preparing leader said. I -IS. at Conference the Terrace Center Epis- .1 Of Climb To Success in a conspiracy case unfolding at a navy air station north o f : chitMemphis
the black child to get off to an The NCNW called upon all- .na0
equal start in elementary ,black educational welfare, Southern Pines, North Caro- r These men have been charged ,were met by about 15 whites ;si; ( Theme will be"Pro
school learning.' civic religious and social organizations lb s. The not only with conspiracy but ,wielding billy clubs 2 ?i
Terming education as t h e to Join them in cress Through oftheprogramwulinclude Introspection. Four Years Of Military with rioting and 25 counts of .Fighting became general },,'
of ol Highlights about minutes coolness had
"cutting edge any program "an attempt to encourage conspiratorial assault. These ,15 j1cj
reactions\ to all phases ".
social reform for black teachers and children about accusations stem from clash returned. ,-UA:
Miss of the Saint Augusta e's College There had been earl-
people Dorothy Height this innovative show Service.Change' OutlookHe between black and white ma- rumors iik
of called on Program with the beads ler of a plan by the Black to
president NCNW "We are asking your participation The rines on July 21, 10 days after (lie
other black community or gani- in to of each area participating take over. Therefore the ;"
helping pro-
rations to alert mothers, mote a large black viewing program will begin on satur- Is a 35-year-old black man who owns a split-Ievel house in Baton he is married and a major marine uprising a t .whites sawed broom handles im,

teachers and children to the audience on a local level In day morning at 10:00 ain to has three children. He has a college degree, and now earns $14,000 a year as a salesman Camp Their LeJeune trials are N.C.scheduled to and made clubs. Thirty-eight fill

Itrles./'SesameStreet.which order to make use of the' 12:30: p.m. and 2:00 'P.m. to 'Herbert Simmons is his name, and,he has It made. start November 17. 'A fifth :whites were put on security.. .......
begins Nov.. 10! on more than television media to do the 4:40 p.m. The Sunday mornIng think what I'd be doing now tt duty.
session will 8:45 Plenty of black men have it, :Wife persuaded me to try to marine, who was to have gone
170 stations; job of teaching our youngsters will end at 12:00 but Simmons' path to success make It In civilian life" ,I hadn't Joined the Navy." '''on trial with them, died mys Relations between the races
Some 100,000 volunteers from on a massive scale, a Job' a.m. is unique. Today Simmons has it made "When signed up,"Simmons teriously on October 31, have been tense. According

many dlrrerent organizations which the school systems cannot noon General. remarks'.on the Conference He was poor as a young boy 'la civilian life.After completing said, "I figured, it was allover All served in Vietnam and to many of the Blacks there. .. .
already are at work across yet afford to do," Miss ,!G.the.Roxbury district of his his naval services,Simmons that I would go aboard a', were wounded.One wasaward- considerable .prejudice,, f I IBlacu.
the country attempting to generate Height added. objectiveswillbemade hometown of and sent to Korea and *. ..-ar r1tn
I Boston Mass. attended Pharmacy ship be ed the Bronze Star. _
interest In the Chlldern's' The Nati wl.CounciLdNe: < ,, ,by dents Georp\A Land...t dean'll''. of era-1 i *'' "dct' ,.tl lack" .School received his Bachelor'of 'probably never:jstarn/', ., .Black marines had established \ --.'."They;: "'e5. tort' W'
| I Television Workshop'seriesI Women'U' I the i largest :' ,:' .' to lose able to., ,
gro Saint::'AugustineMaUtoannounces : .cb dot, and. due Science degree and was "I didn't have much to tradition of getting together
I and bring it to u many of the black women's organization institute "Improvement of ambition,' be dropped out hired as a pharmacist In Bos- he added "because I didn't socially In the evenings.On j Questions are J: Ing through
1 nation's 12 million preschool the nation. It has 25 national an on the air. One is, Who were .hI
in of that Economic of pharmacy school. I i ton. ., have anything to begin with July 20, in the evening, they '
children u possible member organizations Conditions of Small Business" Simmons says of his past Four years ago he was hired However,' the time that Simmons drank until about 10 p.m. in a the conspirators Another is f 5-,
Sesame Street will use entertainment with an outreach d,almost that he "The in the Vas why were the black men the ; :
The Institute will begin on November was justaverap. as sales representative for the spent Navy field behind the hospital and "
techniques com- four million women The best I I could In life : sent to only ones questioned Still
thought do Hoffman LaRoche Pharmaceutical different. He was not started back to their {racks., '
18 and end February
mon to commercial TV to, organization was founded by '' set foot : another is, Why were they
was to be an ordinary day. Company Nutley NJ Korea and he never When they were about 20 yards
teach the nation's threefourand the late Dr. Mary Mcleod 8. 1979, laborer," remarked Simmons. He calls It "Intellectual sell on a ship from the door, they heard never told to stop drinking on & ;,

five-year-old youngsters.The Bethune in 1935. adding:: "And be a part of the ing." His four years of Naval Ser someone shout "Here come' base? }%....#!
title of the series is derived lower-middle class society" "I circulate around Boston vice consisted of tra1n1nelnthe them drunken -s now." When The Case is scheduled for

from the familiar story With Simmons had no great hopes talking to doctors persuadingthem medical corps and for the they entered the building they revlewal on November 17. &'
book command "Open Connecticut NAACP Joins about his future; he did not to prescribe Hoffman 'duration of his enlistment, he ::

Sesame" from All Babe The expect to receive more than LaRoche drugs to their patients .was assigned ,on the East ** 3VITALITY
program will borrow heavily Jews In School Fight anyone else and wanted to be ," he explained.It's Coast ", .

from proven attention getting. average. a tough Job he says For a person who wanted to FOR VIETNAM ?
..I.mentslast action, cartoons Then came the Navy. that combines personality and \be average many pleasant ; :
memorable sing-along The Connecticut State Con instructor who teaches secular It took four years of military salesmanship with a thorough'things were InSJmmoils'favor. ''VVwJt1"Preparing .'- ; ;
Jingles to teach letters numbers ference of the NAACP has subjects in any of the service to change Simmons'way knowledge of drugs. On completing his basic training 'tot peace,' Ca Elie Relief Services is conductlog ; tf :
and concepts Joined the 'American Jewish state's 360 prlvat. ',chooIJ. of thinking expand his In the last four years he'. Simmons was sent to a Refugee Setvl es' toiram hi South Vietnam It has ::: ::
In addition, there will be Congress three other organizations including parochial schools. intlutlon,.and widen his goals gotten four raises making pharmacy school in Ports- been recruiting social workers; nurses and community deyelorrnent :&:::
guest appearances by such as and six individuals Suelng.ln addition to the NA- for a more prosperous ambi his annual earnings a "cool" mouth, Va., where he trained' leaden from around the world to serve there. '*

Law Rawls Carol Burnett ,a major test case challenging ACP and Congress, are the Uon. The change In Simmons' 14000. Simmons his wife and was advanced to pharmacist ** ** !:
Harry Belafonte James Earl the constitutionality of state Connecticut Council o f life came unexpectedly.At and three children live in mate third class.rGe.
Jones Dick Van Dyke and aid to parochial and other. non- Churches the Connecticut the outbreak of the Korean Wayland, a Boston suburb ,;l
many others who will not only public schools Jewish Community Relations conflict Simmons thought thatit "The Navy was something I

entertain, but will also help The plaintiffs contend that Council and Americans Unit- was typical for the average needed," he says. "It gave taS number or'lIiA
Illustrate various techlng sit public funds for parochial ed for Separation of Church 'person to enlist In the military me an insight into what the ', -
uations.' schools would promote de- and State. The individuals service rather than be drafted.So 'world' was all about that I
Noting tltat America is undergoing facto segregation as well as who are plaintiffs Include Will in 1955, he enlisted the never would have gotten backin

and a "revolutionarychange" 'must meet the violate the guarantees religous lam Manchester author of UjS,Navy. Roxbury, In fact, I bate to. '-
liberty and church- Death of a President
needs of the underprivileged, 4 1' 'g.
state separation in the Con- Leo special counselof
Proffer ; -" '
Miss Height said that "we necticut and Federal Con the AJCongress is chief i 'rU'' },u"t'<< ?,7"'f,?,, >"!'P :

have been socially and economically attorney for the plaintiff VETERANS NEWSSUds ; iff1/i''i J :
, underprivileged and They are seeking anlnjunctlon At a news conference, Will- ;;fJf.1: 7rfi-; ; !; ;; $ ; iI
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we have adopted many linesof in U.s. District Court to halt lam Jones executive directorof A :
attack, but the key to success the allocation of $6-mllllon in the Connecticut State NAA- NOTE: Below are surance be affected'g ca J.
of all of them is .education direct state aid to private and CP Conference said parochial authoritative answers by the A: If you mean will your G.I.. 'q pFj s' fir' A
parochial schools in Connecticut and private schools show "a Veterans Adminstration t p Insurance by paid to your s'x '.

"Inferior or inadequate education The aid was provlcedfor deliberate design to exclude some of the many current beneficiary the answer Is q A
virtually guarantee in a bill the State Legislature nonwhltes." questions from former servicemen yes. There is no "flight ?y j a, y

social interiority For when passed last June,effective July Mr Jones said that an "in- and their families. restriction clause in G.L

Day class of persons is denied 1, permitting the state to pay centive" provision of the state Further information on veterans INSURANCE POLICIES.. t u
access to the knowledge and of benefits by b- Q: I am a veteran of the Viet '
20 per cent of the salary a aid bill, gearing the salary may o j J'
reimbursements to.the pro, tamed at any V A office Nam conflict with two years "s l

_vwtwMAM..woo _fit students .rVsitn..._ _IAW w-_. Q: I plan an extensive vacation service and did complete
income would not which will involve considerable high school, before entering
PIT YOU UNI I *M! WIIEI'iiu's be effective incorrect1nerac.iallmbaJance. commercialflylng. the service Would I be able sum s"

.' If I should accidentally be to finish high school at government
'1' in Jim expense?
killed during on e of, these
In fact there is %'
in- A: Yes a
flights would G.I.
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WHEN YOU Viet Nam veterans who have,
not completed high school ; ors :

.ARE III NEW HICI( HUES ._- ;" The financial assistance you F : .
: receive to get a high school lt&

,You Seek The Best Doctor h """" III All illibliLIXCILN diploma will not use up the
entitlement have earned {
When Your Doctor Prescribes you
: Get Experienced Pharmacists r;r f| for education beyond high "1r
;,To Fill Prescriptions According school. :
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Doctor C -- As Li215.H ', Is -
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Registered Pharmacists To Serve Tot go to school full time? She
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"'. ',:l'I. LINE OF- is designed people to buy A Home that ber husband, to care for 4 ? ,i
I. \\ ''Cosmetics-Robber Goods-Candies I have not been able M in the past.DETAILS ., A: Part-time training is authorized + ,
b for widows and wives
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ttIIIMY, MEIIKI( .1.15. 1S6S STAR PAPERS MH T1TOTTfflscues i
1 Prove Costly As Florida A&M Rattlers Down Aggies By 26-9; I


Intersectional Football Ready For Action Florida A&M Gets Bonanza .

Game Viewed By Thousands letA Goftcek In SIAC Athletic Figures I

GREENSBORO, N.C.--Florlda A&M exploited Its own speed TALLAHASSEE, Fla.FAMU ....-. Other Individuals placing In
and capitalized on North Carolina A&T's bumbllngplay to down ax oa.r nos aaswsraa uenXn ( )-.Florlda A&M University the top 10 are Glen Edwards,
the Aggies 26-9 before 15,000 fans In an Intersection football OM.r4 ASy 4 holds the lead in three 10th In rushing at 4.8 and Glnn
game here last Saturday afternoon. ALL FOR SCIENCEOne categories of the Southern Intercollegiate seventh in pass receiving with
Jake Galthers Rattlers, Athletic Conference 13 catches for 174 yards.
The learn how to
Aggies again muffed several way
struck for two touchdowns
n according statistics Rattler Coach Jake Gaither
catch more fish Is to use the
the first half while virtually scoring chances In both scientific approach.This released to day. said his team couldn't rest on
sbuttingoff the Aggies'herald. periods, but managed to scoreon Involves gathering and In the most important one, their laurels and he has them
ed passer Stan Jacobs FAMU a 23-yard pass from Jacobs studying all available informa the Rattlers are In the top hard at work on fundamentalsIn
then added scores In the third .to senior end Daryle Cherry lion over a period of times spot In the Division I conference preparation for their next
with 7:28 left in third and then drawing some conclusions
and fourth periods to clinch the : the per1 standings with a perfect game .
from what you'velearned.
win. lod. That score, followed by 3-0 record They are 3-1 "We made some mistakes in
The victory was the 199th career John Guy's placement,narrowed What's called for suggest overall. The lead seems to be the Tennessee Slat game and
win for Gaither, the win the gap to 20-7, but three at Mercury the second
the fishing experts well protected as we've got to get these things
nlngest coach In the nation. By plays following the ensuing outboards, Is building a complete place team Alabama A&M straightened oat," Gaither
winning the Rattlers kickoff, Scruggs tossed the file of data about the
upped has a 2-2 slate. said.
their season's record to 41.A&T long scoring bomb to end A. 1 There waters are you many fish sources the most.for 41i Halfback Hubert Gina holds "Our blocking was poor In
: still very much In the Sykes to make it,26-7,almost this material and all of them the overall conference lead In spots, our tackling wasn't as
running for the CIA champ. out of reach ofr A&T. should be used to make the scoring with eight touchdowns good as It should've been, and
ionship, Is now 5-2 for the The Aggies'final points came system successful. AIL for 48 points. Closest man to we didn't rush the passer and
year.It with 3:12: left In the game when Newspaper reports are probably A him Is Fort Valley State's punter as hard as we should
A&T defenders Billy Gainesand the easiest source of data.
was certainly AiT's miscues Lowe with 40. have
including five Intercep- Freddie Hunter nailed Ginn ing Most forecast papers carry columns some taken fish Rattler punter DewittAnder- "We're notlettingupbecause

tions, that cost the Jiggles the In the end zone for a safety. from information gathered by son has moved Into the lead in .we had two weeks to prepare
game. On the other hand, the FAMlf first score, the 42- conservation agencies. Also HEabove that department with a 40,6 for the game. We worked hard
speedy Rattlers paced by Junior yard pass from Scruggs to those papers with regular out average, almost three yards on basic football fundamentals
door sections are good sources
Schoolfleld had at 3:48
quarterback.SteveScruggs; come of information. Clip the col. better than his closest rival because they are the key to
played almost flawless ball in of the first period after the umns and place In a file system The Rattlers also placed In iuccess or failure of any foot-
controlling the game. Rattlers got the ball on an such as that discussed the top 10 in several other !tall team."
Scruggs an A&T fumble later In this column.
outstanfIng categories. They are eighthin
scrambler, threw touchdown An Interception by FAMlTs Another reliable source is. rushing offense with a 138.8
Melvin Rogers on A&T's 32 the notes you should be making There are 'now 594 foreign
passes of 42 yards and 81-yards -- per game average; fifth In
to flanker Kent Schoolfleld and set up Ginn's touchdown run. These each can time be you jotted go fishing.on file Shown we two members of the Gulf Life Phantoms Basketball team which will partici- rushing defense allowing the institutions of higher
halfback AlSyker respectively Scruggs tooped FAMlPs run cards and should show the pate In the Emmett Reed Senior Men's Basketball League In December. On the left is Larry opposition 108.5 yards per learning in 50 countries
He then polished off his after ners with 109 yards In nine date place fished, success Stephen, on the right Jerome Richardson. Stephen participated in the Emmett Reed Summer' game; second in passing offense offering at least one course
noon's play early in the fourth carries. A&T's Jacobs gained water conditions weather conditions Basketball League activities and finished with a 17.0 average. Stephen attended Allen Univer behind Bethune Cook- approved for the enroll-
160 In 18 of 35 completions eta.Magazine. entries for the Emmett Reed Bask- ment of eligible
quarter with asterling96-yard yards sity. Richard played at Walker's Vocational College. All ; man, racking up 182.2 yards veterans.
.touchdpwn run. His touchdown pass lakes or articles about about species similar of etball League must be in by November 22. For further information, call 353-9021, Ext. 81, per game through the air and England has 153 .ChOOlsr
to Cherry was his 12th of the .Photo by J.C. Holland.FAMU's in defense Canada 90,
The other FAMU score came fish you seek, should also be eighth passing ,giving
at the opening"of the second season. clipped. up 151.5 yards per contest. .and France 46.

quarter on a one-yard plungeby I
fullback Hubert Glnn. '
Gaither After 200th

Alcindor Describes' Conversion Victory-SU Visits nul![j.l13 @aIJ DUSTED al a

Saturdayer ills, I'M% S oohsr .l
I name
To. Islam And TALLAHASSEE, Fla.--FAMU--Florida) J$1Ift ,
will be after his 200th victory as Rattler Boss come Saturday a hey\ social h
Hate Of RacismNEW when FAMU hosts Southern University at Bragg. Stadium in the a
Rattlers' Centennial game. Alfred Sykes, for 182 yards; comment. lke,
YORK:"Lew Alcindor's thfe.il and were prepared'to The winnlngest coach in the He wasn't Intercepted once. A 9ruH! Valiant car
preference to play pro ball In spend a few days talking about nation recorded No. 199 last <"Perhaps the seccess of the
New York gave the ABA the' It. However, George. Saturday at Greensboro, N.C. Rattlers' passing game was that' small! ( enough
edge over the NBA for his ser- Milkan, then the ABA Commissioner when his Rattlers posted an due largely to the success of '
vices but "They blew it," insisted that toe impressive 26-9 victory ovef their ground troops. Here again bvt DIg enou9h.I .
basketball's superstar revealsIn ABA bid was final .. not the A&T Aggies. Scruggs was the top per
his autobiography In Sports open to any discussion The game was one of the fin- former. He gained 109 yardsin
Illustrated this week. and Alcindor felt he had no est performances of the sea nine carries and climaxed +
Alcindor says it was with regret choice but to shake hands with son for Gatther's charges,despite his performance with aFAMU ,
that agreed to sign with Milwaukee. the absence of two of the ;record 97-yard touchdown:
Milwaukee, which occurred'atthe In this week's concluding Installment team's key starters. Halfback .sprint. The St.PetersBiirg
end of only one day in of his autobiography Glen Edwards had an ankle InJury lefthander i amassed 291 yards
which he received bids from in Sports Illustrated, he also and didn't make the trip. total offense
both leagues. He says that describes in detail his con Middle linebacker Raymond Halfback Hubert Ginn, the
he and his advisors were surprised version to Islam and defines Wilcox suffered and injury to Rattlers' leading scorer, was; 1" '
and disappointed that his opposition to racism,black his knee with lOill left in the keyed on by the Aggies all*, R'I1Jmoulli CHRYSLER
the ABA offer substantially 'or white. He also says that first quartet 'and/ had, to sit game but still pick. .
inferior to that of the NBA, the main thing he learnedfrom out toe-f etiiidiide'i'.iif!father*""up",2r: yards rn 13 trips;-tn-- j",4. '"
but they expected to be able to UCLA basketball was "how Edwards'' ff'expected to be eluding a one-yard scoring
wart Uses
negotiate a better deal with all men could be brothers..'.'' 'back into the lineup Saturday plunge. Ginn has now scored Many people an \ b'g And CAYparkm\ Or

's-- against Southe .l but the extent in each of the Rattlers' five I I economical; car as a } words for about */ of a course,
66 CADILLAC SEDAN OEVIUE:. ...-,......'. of Wilcox's injury was not
. games. has bjg
--t' .rcO."OL-: ,'.AI..i>' '. /:' : '/ ',.
i known until after an examination Collier st Atvs sytr1bol. one
'. ..r.tinroiw.: ; '. i 1', to be Defensively, ,Rogers, so parking 6pace.
'1.- of th4 knee today. Sasser, Leroy Green and Le- enough for

67 EL DORADO 1 It 4595'' However, Wllcoi left the field roy Jackson were the stalwartsas young, safe
n"Iw""utiir'. + 'under his own power alll1ls 1 they accounted for a com- parsing,
'1 ', 'I : '/<' I.: one
: ::::'. '. :.(. rt.4.: ; : still able to walk, leading to bined 35 tackles and 31 assists. '

.. : an optimistic outlook for his Gaither, of course,was pleas 1pt saves
69 RAMBLER SST ;Lj.; $2595 being back at /ull speed by .ed with his teams's effort and

: ;; ::,:.' :: : ::: :d.. ;rr11e; f'' t"i&Ae ;:' Saturday. heaped praises on his players on ga5. ChrySlefi4
: : 'f ;.: ; : ."; FAMU scouting reports had after the game But "a coach e COrpOrOt9n
shown that A&T disregarded hardly has time toenjoyavlc-
II NOVA .>i..A: Ui.r. ; ...:.l1tj .
68 CHEVY. .4\ score,, position of situationand tory because he immediately
". .-. .- ''..-. -. "'t.(,." 'V';;<< \'WV68 ; '
would pass from anywhereon has to start worrying about1the
BUICK LE SABRE .(.:i.ti.V; ;:..5'.VU(;S 1995., the field at anytime. It next "
--v.: ..< ..i''v.3.e'i. .;.>,A* .1".
68 CHEVELLE MALIBU... ".............:...":'l..L.$179S; ::: held true to form. The Aggies That "next game" Is a big.
.- ..A..o.t.; : ..., ..> ui. : ,'"f attempted 40 passes againsta one. Naturally, Gaither would
Rattler defense that had Intercepted love getting his 200th victorybut .
68 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX 52995 13 in four games. he would settle for a win,

\l.. 'VI *'.> .i.. lr! 'f.Vs: ; f. :..:: ."A'I.PT"I" ANi) The Rattlers responded b y period.'
picking off five more, running
total to 18. '
67 CHEVROLET IMPALASPT.CPE ...-............ $I99S their five-game
... Otis Collier((2)) Melvin Rogers,
', '4H -',' -:: '1" 'f'On; Watch This Clown
68 CHEVROLET IMPALA SC?. COUPE ...,. S J 1 I" Charles Sasser and Fred Ira ,,
.. '. .... '. .. Fields werethe thlefs. '
4. ? :>: ; -t' i And 1111 '
like ho
67 .. .. $795 1 This brilliant defensive play, pF Hopeyou ,
,'',' DGALAXIE/S00.CO"A.-*, .s.; !!'.'.>...41 Including a magniflcient goal- 69 11 Im
68 PONTIAC TEMPEST S207J line stand which stopped the very S me. ov '
.SrO.V'n;..''.' '.;,A.:. :. .it?,tot'\t: '/:.,.(&-1 Aggies with a first-and-goal 40. 13-93 NAN EA coming fhfng. ,p

We Take Deals Where Others Refuse at the six, only complementedthe I 1' .
offense, however.
Credit Approved on Spot Steve
junior quarterback
Scruggs who, like wine,seemsto 2 3

R. S. EVANS3rd best mellow day of with his career age, had as the he ,0 1 1SS

completed 10 of 20 passes,
&MAIN including touchdown tosses of 76 82
EL 4-8381 OPEN'TIL 9:30 P.M.: EL 4-8182 42 yards to flanker Kent
Schoolfield and 81 yards to endTONIGHT
70-33-15 1 .

Sometimes He's Up, Some-,
times He's down. He Adds,

j Substracts.around.'31'11',516.He works it air

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I l Getting Ready For Winter Duluth Schools Prepare For FOR SALE TOOTHACHE,

14 Ft.Alamlnura CoM wffM -riliivi
tr, '68 Motor; Auto Starter, tiln.Jl.weondi:: it mlllioni j da with
More Black Teachers Phone J56-1710. ORA .Mtnjr dentists, recommend
$550, ',tine OR*JEl until you fit
protiMionil' aatmentora'jel *.*."T" DULUTH; MINNJ:-Among the ttrstactlons taken by the newly- <
jct*; 11fPl1Ii1iE4. appointed superintendent of schools in this city was a move to FOR SALE Initiate an active recruitment effort for black educators. Dr.
Donald H. Peckenpaugh successfully recommended to the Boardof 1960 Pontiac 4 door Sedan, in The VA estimates that
Education that funds be specifically budgeted for recruitmentof Good condition; V-8 Engine. some 50,000 men now in
'Prices Ecoimi minority personnel, and enlisted the support of the school-. can 356.1065, After 5 p.m. service are attending
WEDNESDAYNoreelber community Human Relations Committee in support of the r e- school this fall under the

19th crultment program. tlzens of Duluth. In its advisory G.I. Bill, compared to 36,
% The initial allocation for recruitment role to the Board o f BABY SITTER 382 In 1968 and 22,847 in
Oall At t 'I for 1969-70 is $3, Education, it has spearheadeda '967.
... Are.'RisiiirStblDivis
'Edgerood t. 000. this Is the first year successful Infants of all ages. For Information
campaign to proI
> significant sum has Call 7687807.
Kilts Rtf. I that any cure a full-time human relations .
s Y1st&Mrrtle 33rIIMorcrielA r / I been set aside for recruit coordinator for the f FHA. VA I
; .ment efforts. "The sum is school system. The commit
l not large," Peckenpaughstated tee's role In minority recruit- : : HOME SALESANYWHERE I
r but it Is a significant RENT
ment will Include ROOM FOR
t a N BANNRMERICkRD Warmth for winter is contained in this load of coal bound for beginning. The important hospitality for visiting providing :
Hlckman's lower bottoms and for the poor who will buy a t thing Is to find out just spects. Committee members pro Nice Home. Apply In Person
cooperatively low prices Sam Mayes, above, is chairman ,what it takes to get minority will host interested teachers 734 W, State St. For Infor IN JACKSONVILLECALL
of the Transport Club formed with the help fo the The Episcopal professionals Interested incoming who visit Duluth, introduce I mation. I
SMIRNOFFGIN94 Church Episcopal Church Photo to Duluth. We need them to the community and

S them. At the present time, give them a realistic back NEED EXTRA MONEY! 1
we have only six black teach ground on needs problems
proofWit ers among a total faculty of of minority citizens Duluth. 't To buy or sell,Beeline Fashions JOHN E, SHELLEY i
St.. Thomas Baptist Church over 1,000, serving nearly "Teaching in Duluth should Please Call:Mrs.Brooks 1Reg.
'j) 99 24,000 students. We must do prove an attractive prospect," 3987266. R.E. BROKER ;
more than list openings for Superintendent Pecken
says 1
J; Launches Into Anniversary black teachers and counselors.We paugh. "Frankly, the only
771-5984 1
P.'' FIFTH must actively seekthem". drawback is out brisk North -
Duluth's proportion of black ern climate, which does takea FOR SALE BY OWNER
\'N.j 3 for 11.50 The congregation of the St.Thomas Missionary Baptist Church citizens is not a large one. little getting used to. Duty FAIR HOUSING
,! II will celebrate the fifty-fourth anniversary of its bounding and Black students number less we have schools which are 3 Bedrooms Car Garage. .- I
the twenty.seventh of the pastor,Rev.W.C.Netl,beginning Sunday than two per cent, and the! moving ahead with strong new Owener will finance after
44.95OASE November 16. and continuing through November 24. total minority population is 'educational programs, and a small down payment. Call :AGENCY :
Ministers, church workers, Rev. J.M. Bryant, St. Mary's under three per cent, including salary schedule which should 3546746. .................
10 year old church officials,choirs,mini. Baptist, Rev. B.H. Hartley, Indians. "But we do appeal to both new and experienced -
stern wives and outstandlnrc1.tlzens suffer from'raclalisolation"says
Friendly Baptist and Rev. B.L. teachers from anywhareIn
J. w. DANT of the area will participate Peckenpaugh. "We have have been
Wynn, Abyssinia. the nation. Deposit JII.OO li tlir Fat n
each night.A too students who are culturally
Choir many national attention for '
On Wednesday night No. receiving
Charcoal Perfected special night will be Sunday 3 and Districts No. 10, 11, 12 distant! in the sense our programs In Individualized TRAIN NOW IBM KEY PUNCH
Old Style Whiskey night, November 16. This will and 13 will be in charge. that they have virtually con Instruction and draw consider ,
be known as St. Thomas night. Pastors and churches will be: tact with people who are different able attention from around the ,Pit iilnci Later
All choirs and ushers will In terms of their racial "
Rev. D.J.Graham and Mt.Ararat country.
99FIFTH serve. All services will begin Rev. A.B. Coleman Shiloh or ethnic background' We are The Superintendent added -- JACKSONVILLETRAINING --
at 7:30. Baptist. not looking for black teachersto that one strong advantage of
6'. n.r Several auxiliaries of the Three pastors and churches teach blackstudents. We're the .Duluth area, the large
church will play leading roles will be present Thursdsy night looking for black teachers to number of colleges In the INSTITUTE --
3 for n.50 each night. Churches will be enrich the educational experience
.a namely: Rev. S.L. Badger, Emanuel vicinity, has actually
TfSS'CASEJWWVWSVWWWWWWAV their guests Baptist,Rev.JC.FIn- for all of our students." problem. "We have so ill f. Uiis Strut 356-1301
On Monday night Choir No.1tnd ney, New Jerusalem Baptistand The Duluth Schools Human many local institutions to draw
4S1r'k. .p' Districts No. 1,2 and 3,as Rev. G.A. Price, St. Matthews Relations Committee i is a on for our teachers that our
",,,. cocKfeiff mod well as the Senior Missionary Baptist. broadly-based group of lay staff lacks diversity.
wish fomoui fiqvort' Society, will be in charge Friday night's services will men and teachers, with strong
Guest pastors and their congregations be.in charge of Usher Boards representation from various I i
DUET will be: Rev. R. L. No. 3 and No. 4, District No. community organizations with :
Wilson, West Friendship Baptist 14, the Sunday School and thr an Interest In the special needsof Mimed 31 Years tke G step,,. .
p COCKTAILS Rev. W.M. Hill, Mt. Calvary Choral Ensemble. minority citizens. It was
Y Choice: Screwdriver. Baptist, Rev. H. H. On November 21 Rev. A.J organized three years ago,
Eilra dry Martini- Wright, Evergreen Baptist and Reddick and Grant Memorial with much of the Impetus coming DOWNTOWN .300 HOGAN ST.Soft .

;' 'I Vodka Morgadeo.WhoWhnk Martini.Manhattan.y Sour. Rev. R.V Webster', Stephen's A.M.E. Church will be present, from black and Indian cili o -__ .... 1"
Apricot Sour A.M.E. along with Rev. J.C. Sams and s w !
ffe II Tuesday night's services will the congregation Second Missionary : Ironside
; Scotch 8. be directed by ,Choir No. 2, Baptist. \ i
Districts No. 4, 5 and 6 and ,.P
4 Monday nlghtservlceswillbe I ". ;
Usher Board No. 1. In of the Deacon Board '
charge .
3 25017.95 CASE 24 Guest pastors and their con Trustee Board, Deaconess .. \, '., ,
gregatlons will be: Rev. E. R. i
Board and the Pulpit Aid ,. ..
Simpson, Zion Hope Baptist, Board. ,. ;,< ..- t;
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;' !' ; ;'- DON MITCHELL ..... Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ray-'
I Iv.that's Busch; ISLAND EXPERIENCE ward shown here recently celebrated -
: baby"t Don Mitchell recalls the FIJI' their 31st wedding
Islands with nostalgia and anniversary in their home at
looking forward to a return 4818 Booker St.
::: ., ''v '"And I'm telling it'' like it is People today are moving trip, meanwhile:starring as The happily married couple
=: f "f' 'on up-reaching out for the best. And the best is Busch. a Mark Sanger In "Ironside," wed each other on Oct. 27,

::: 'r' Premium brewed with costly barley, virgin! hops. The ,work on .the Thursdays.NBC Television Net 'ward Just ,31 who years attained ago Mr.the Hay-rank

:: .. J ..t; r.'''''''' only popular-priced beer in America with In-brewed car of Master Sergeant in the

::: ::'- ;.(t" bonation (our own special way of putting fine'bubbles GRAND OPENING U.s. Army, retired after 22

:f 1"Y.' ,:, in beer):'The best popular-priced beer in America? That's NEW FULLER BRANCH years Their service.friends and neighborsIn .' .

:.:.: ,?i,, ; Busch, baby. And we can prove it." ,. OPENING, Floradale area Join in feminine tricot quilted'
I Fuller Cosmetics and Boutique wishing the Haywards long
? Look for the special ,Rosko display wherever you buy beer. Shop opening Monday November life and continued marital w mm ROBE E ELooks

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: ." BUSCH...from nhuI.r.Bulch, (no,, St. Louis Mo. household items and novelltles '
: : ,:t. are on sale. Come: In and place LISTING' Of HOMES like more than it slow '
.f:: your order or purchase at the price Snugly quilted _
; : shop. Phone: 353-0789. FOR SALE ties with assorted colhrs: 51F

and trims, some with. Into
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