The Florida star

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The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
S.W. Harmon
Creation Date:
October 4, 1969


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
28.591111 x -80.82


Situated on the banks of the Indian River, Titusville in Brevard County was settled in 1867 by a former Confederate officer, Henry Theodore Titus, and his wife, Mary Hopkins Titus. The town was incorporated in 1887, by which time it was already famous for its citrus and pineapple crops. The arrival of the Florida East Coast Railroad in 1892 laid the groundwork for a tourist industry as well. The Florida Star and later the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle provide a diary of these developments. The Florida Star was a weekly newspaper published by P.E. Wagner from 1880 to approximately 1882 and later by S.W. Harmon. On November 1, 1912, the newspaper moved from Titusville to Cocoa, Florida. The Florida Star ceased publication around 1917 and was succeeded in turn by the Indian River Star, which operated until 1920. Another Titusville paper, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle began on July 13, 1900, as a continuation of the Indian River Advocate and East Coast Chronicle; the latter had been preceded by both the East Coast Advocate, edited by W.S. Graham, and the Indian River Advocate. In 1920, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle merged with the Indian River Star and was subsequently published under the title of the Star Advocate.
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).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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University of Florida
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', Florida Students Among 1,500 Black National Scholarship Winners .

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Miami Judge Arrington Commits Suicide

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IDle IS NO. 23 SATURDAY, .OCTOBER 4, 1HI 20 CENTS. Mayor Tanzler Dedicates' Fme lt Chip Reed Center 4,500 Schools

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Birmingham Hosts Black History Meet, Listed Is Big 35,000 EffortNames

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over 1,500 Semifinalists -
in the sixth National

Program Achievement for Scholarship outstanding

WANTED MURDERESS If Negro students were announced -
today by Edward C. Smith,

Scholarship president of the National Corporation Merit

(NMSC). Some 325 of the students -

KEEPS LAWMEN BUSY Scholarships About will 100 of win next the Achievement Scholarships spring.

will be four-year renewable
rir. awards valued from $ZOO per
to $1,500 ($1,000to
year per year
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r $6,000 over the four years)
Ken Right MMinvolved > The exact amounts depend
Eludes the tndlvldualneedaofthewtn-'
ners. These four-year awards

I I. ,_ "hl are sponsored mainly by cor-
'''_...xMNWNK'The .l.l, ..,....... ... w porations More for than corporate 200 of

WRHC Dispute StatewIn ide Net Race ProgressBIRMINGHAMTen huge :complex of the Emmett (Chip) Reed Center,became a Bold New JacksonvilU reality the foundations.awards will be National

Sunday when, as shown above, Mayor Hans Tanzler, mayor of Jacksonville, officially! dedicated Achievement $1,000 Scholarships -
The Fla. Black: Front in a the building for a multitude of uses by the citizenry of the Bold New City. The d edlcatlon > that pro ide a single
letter circulated early this government came on the eve of the celebration of the first anniversary of the city's Chang toconsoUdaUon. payment of $1,000 when a student -
week served notice that it Long: Searchescaped officials and fifty-seven In the picture on the left is Councilman Oscar Taylor, speaker Mr.. E m- enrolls In college
plans to take "start direct three persons universities representing will fifty- mett Reed stands behind the microphone. Mayor Tanzler is the center, making the dedicatory Screening of the winners Involved -
action" against radio station The most wanted woman, an murderess, Mrs. Marie in converge address Julius Guinyard, supervisor second from the right.. On the far right Is Gor do a 35,000 contestants, in-
WRHC and all firms adver- Dean Arrington, Is giving law enforcement authorities,especial- of the on greatest Birmingham annual meet-one Sprague Division Chief of Parka and Recreation, from West Palm Beach, Fla. The center is iluding 4,5000 schools. The
using with the station.A ly florida, the Jitters. Ings on Negro History In 'located at 6th and Payne Streets, or 1093 W.,6tb SV ..A, PAUL' CRAWFORD PHOTO JemUinalists were the highest
mimeographed letter signed They can't find her list'of the most wanted and lathe America. Hotel Tutwjlerwlll scoters 'In" their geographic
by Levy WUcor, chairman' A pertinent, QlI8st1ona.! 'bOY second woman/ '.,..... j be the scene of this mammoth, regions on the national tests
, of ueorgaolzation,"the Front, ,did ,she vanish Into space?" ,,'J'be'Accused. "murderess Is ,"conference'oo'B lack'Hlstorr' 'True "Ciise For administered Feb. 1969.Semlflnallsts .y
said: However at a law enforcement said to be mild end minute, a 'which will Include topics from who advance to 1
"To all companies and advertising conference In Leesburg potential murderess the next art. and Abraham Lincoln to League Director'Sees Finalists will be"considered

agencies having active earlier In the week called at Her appearance is unimpressionable. ,labor,.educatlon and Africana,. Suicide'" S'lirsSplCllltlolS ,1 for Scholarships. They become -
accounts with Radio Sta- the request of Stan Atty.Gor- She uses perfect Never before has so many l : Finalists by receiving
tion WRCH. don G. Oldham, law enforce- English and would certainlybe ,educators In the United States, \ the endorsements of their
"The Florida Black Front, ment officers tried to create the one picked for a job' representing both:black and "Racists"As schools, taking a second examination -
,Inc., and the Black Community new schemes of approach for as maid, should she apply. white universities,shown such and meeting other
are currently in a dispute Mrs. Vine June Hitter's* standard requirements. The
catching the notorious woman :tremendous Interest in bringing MIAMI.-Municipal Judge
with WRHC over community FBI agents want to catch. death has been laid at the to light unknown facts and Henry Arrlngton, prominent' 1970 AcllievementScholarsl11p
activities and the There is now a definite Arrlngton door. She abducted figures on the accomplishments Black attorney and outstanding winners will be announced
treatment of employees. We guarantee d safety for whoever Mrs. Ritter from the down' of Black people.A civil rights leader, shot Hate Mongers March d 1970.CONTINUED .
will start direct 'action turns in the woman, town office of Public Defender total of sixty sessions will and killed himself Friday at TO PAGE 12
against WRCH and all active "dead of alive," and for who Robert Pierce In the broad,I be held in the five meeting the home of a friend, according MIAMI-JJrban League Erect itive l Director Dr. Willard Fairs
advertisers wtththatcompany."Employees ever receives the $5,000 a- daylight. She was said to be rooms of the Hotel Tutwller I to a report by Miami Iin Miami could be
said here easily B.
recently that politic i con- Cod I Stokes
with longstanding trying force the freeing other '
ward. The theory Is that somebody beginning on the morning of police ,
trolled by Blacks and Cubans bj r 1980.I .
with the company have knows but is afraid tosay own son and daughter.According October 9 and ending on the I ,Dr. Edwin Shirley, the friend y I
been fired without notice and anything. to information Mrs. Ar 12th. According to Dr.Charles reported that Judge ArrlngtoD Dr. Fair was speaking at a score those who want to Ignorethe Up Votes
have been replaced with out- The news media has been rlngton planned another abduction H. Wesley, executive director have been considerably despondent meeting of 50 delegates of teaching of Black history
of-town persons.The company asked to help In the search to or two. Evidence 'of the Association for the because of personal the Hispanic American Ministries Dr. Fair pointed out that
pays the lowest wages In the the extend of taking any Information pointed out that she broke into Study of Negro Life and HIs- problems. of the National Council Cubans are so much more Over Opponent
state of Florida of any Radio called In to .various Circuit Judge Troy's home tory and retired president of The suicide of the high-liv of Churches. successful than Blacks. That
Broadcasting Company. journals. The press was prohibited before her arrest. Central State College, "We log attorney-turned-Jurist has The leader said this possibility might be the reason for difference
"The general community is from exposing any of According to authorities they now feel that the majority of \raised a mountain speculation exists because "every In treatment. CLEVELAND:-Mayor Carl
very concerned because they' the new approaches are waiting for Just the right Americans are turning to the as to the real or specific rea- facet of life is controlled by The Urban League has begun B. Stokes, first Black chief
patronize all of WRHC spon- On march 1 Mrs. Arrlngton move anyone will make as a profound significance Negro son for taking the life he lived the political structure, and to lay the groundwork for executive of a major American
sors. WRHC Is not employing escaped from prison after human. The $5,000 award was history In America.' Major ,and loved so well. the only way to bring about an alliance between the races.' city, Cleveland, Ohlowas
local talent, therefore the managing to get her hands on approved by the State Legis- publishers are beginning to permanent social change Is renomlnated Tuesday In a
local community will not ben 'a sharp instrument. She used lature. recognize the validity of using through political power." Black VictimOf Democratic mayoral primaryand
efit. We hope this will be a this to cut through wire mesh The question remains, Black history and the extensive Dr. Fair warned, however, will run in the November
temporary situation andhope- covering the window of ber "Where Marie Arrington: ?' profits of publishing that "If you get too much FlamesIs finals against Ralph J. Per k,
fully we will be able to make room. Then she disappeared books about it." power, the white racists here reputedly formidable opponent -
personal: contact with you to She is even on the,, FBPs, Mrs. KIN. Says When contacted, Dr. Charles will treat" you like a 'nigger' white. Perk lsaRepIlbU-
further clarify this."We A. Brown, Principal of Brighton also SavedLOS can. Stokes defeated RobertJ.
thank you In advance" Chief Counsel Haley GOP's Will Lose High School, Local Coordinator The speaker lamented the Kelly, white.
Up to press time Thursday of the Convention and fact that white racists are ANCELES -A white Mayor Stokes, according to
treating Cubans with greater skin saved Black wom latest releases led by more
Harold Cohn, Jr. manager of local Chapter president said graft a '' ,
the station could not be reached On Integration that his committee bra accomplished fairness than the Blacks. Hepolnted an's life in Los Angeles. The than 20,00 Votes.
for comment. Each time a h an extrao Unary ut that a community hard-to-belleve story begins' At a late hour Tuesday, with
Florida Star representativecalled 4 p WASHINGTON.-Mrs.; Mar- amount of work in the erest sponsoring such an attitude In 1964. 850 of the city's 073 polling
the station asking to tin Luther! King Jr., promInent of making this the mo netting could become morally bank- Pauline Price, Black, is the places reporting Mayor ?
speak to Cohn the caller was civil rights worker said and InterestingConvbntlon rupt. recipient of the unusual bene, Stokes held 72,971 to Kelly's
.. Informed that the official was on Face the Nation Sundaythat to date. Fewer than 20 of 600 doctors ficence.IPwas. 57511. .
,on another telephone line but the Nixon Administration Dr. J. Rupert Plcott, former JUDGE HENRY ARRINGTONAt in Dade County are Black he on April 24, 1964, A news broadcast of Wed-'
that she would give him Eric is "asking for trouble," president of Virginia Teachers pointed out. He went on toNixo. that Pauline awoke, her nightgown nesday morning reported that
Simpson's telephone number, namely because of the lack of Association and presently 11:29 a.ra., subsequent to ablaze.Frightened. the Mayor led by more than
Ken Knight who has been change in policies on school an executive with the National the death, a mortgage fore: Official out of her wits, 30,000 votes
connected with the station for I .t desegregation.Mrs. Education Association, closure suit was filed in circuit Mrs. Price ran into her yard. The assumption la that Mayor -
i about 11 years and was recently King referred to the to president of ASNLH.laaaiaral court against Judge Ar- She was literally a human Stokes win have a tough ''
named a vice president president's statement recently rlngton, and his wife, Geraldlne. Oitliies Plans torch. Neighbors, hearing her battle agianst the Republican
.. Plaintiff Stanely hastened to extinguish contender, Ralph J. Perk
of the firm made it known that that the administration will.Follow' Takes was screaming ,
a'middle course"between Angel, who sought the bal-, the flames.However Cuyahoga County auditor, who
he not satisfied with
the was deal the quite offered "Instant integration"and ance of a second mortgage, Fir Hack Woks the victim was so is popular In the fang city.
management Place 11Dr.
him since the sbake-; ,eA '"segregation forever.", Oct $5,843.57, on property a t badly burned that only a skin Stokes, 42 years of age, lathe .
5515 NW 18th Ave. and 1871 PACIFIC GROVE, Calif.- feasible. More first elected Black mayor .
at the station. He indicated The speaker felt that the Benjamin Perry, Jr., graft would be
that he might quit the station George W. BaJ yIhoY"1I'adI-- president cannot afford to take eminent educator and presi- NW 55th St t. The Nixon Administration l than 40 per cent of the wom- of a major city. He.was 4
ate of llorebouse Is the "middle ground." She felt dent require contractors oa feder- an's skin had been seared. elected to a twoyeartera
at the end of two weeks College, of Florida Agriculturaland Than who are familiar with
now Chief Counsel tithe Urbu, that such an assertion implies Mechanical University, Arringtonfs connections with ally financed projects to make Mrs. Price was put in the In 1967. ,This year his cam- .
Josephine Baker IUaa Transportation Admlais taking no grounds, thus ignoring -, Tallahassee, will be formally monled people have expessed specific commitments to hire hospital. A graft was made. P&lLSwar In a low key and
.tntl_ Haley, a Kansas City, Supreme Court decisions Inaugurated u bead of the doubts that the sums due to nonwhites, according to Here was the phenomenon.The stressed the high points and
Aided RoyaltyOf Xansan, formerly of the State institution Saturday October the government and the mortgages Arthur Fletcher, undersecre- doctors In the hospital achievements of his administration. -
By Senate, whea appointed to th Earl a White Natal 11, at I p.m. in Lee Audi; could have led to his tary of labor. grafted sufficient skin from .
office recently by Secretary of torium. suicide. The official spoke to a group the body of a white male Kelly, 48, is a former Cleve
Monaco of West Coast Black leadersat She the first human land service director and!!! -.
John was !
Transporatatlon A. Volpt, Day Fete Scheduled Dr. Perry became president Scuttlebutt has it that there corpse. t''
a NAACPconfab.. He said to receive grafts of skin er before fought of lceDur-
was a practicing attorney with following the retirement ,,of fill, be some breathtaking
PARK- Josephine taker, Miss Eartha M.M. White the new poucy will be announced treated with ribonucleic acid lag his campaign criticized
the law firm Stevens, Davis Dr. George Gore, for many revelations, if and when the
world-renowned entertainer, and Haley IB Kansas City.Haley Doted nonagenarian, will be years bead of the Institution. true causes for Arrlngtotfs In Philadelphia MonJ as a means of enabling the the mayofa failure to increase ..',
at one time leader of the holds u LLB from toe University honored at a Music Festival'' I Dr. Perry la an alumnus d theschool. suicide come .to light r. body to combat the process the size of the police depart .
famous FolleaBergere1, has a of Arkansas. He .hu expertise on November 9 In the Civic The married Contractors will no longer that mates the body reject meat art said the department
home for her twelve adopt Auditorium. Street late Jurist was able to decide their own per- vas behind him. IayorStobi
new la llltles, public welfare \ Hogan en Prominent educators from foreign tissue.''
ed children, all because of the banting, state affairs, a- trance.'\ major Institutions of learning and tM!! ,father of 9-year-- centages. Contract law will be Dr. Weldon Jolley, lama was also scared .hF /tilt IDeID ;i
kindness of Prince Rainier and eronaatlea and la the field of The occasion for the affair, will be present to participate jld daughter. a"U'1f, Invoked. He said, "We want Linda University mlcrobio- ben ci tile' internal Order' .
Princess Grace of Monaco municipal operations. Be less .will be Miss White'sblrthday. la the Impressive processional Judge Arrlngton. was commitments to hire within loglst, performed the opera.' otApliq! : ; ii
Miss Baker, bornlnSt.Louis Alpha man, a Hasan, adirectorof Old songs will be featured. and to be present for other of Tampa. specific ranges oa each eon- ,tion. He has since used the The Black populace support t:,,
became the toast of Paris the Kansas City Urban Lea- reward of$100.00 will go to the activities during the weekend. Judge Arrlngton was the first tract" He said that at the same techniques on other per. ed stokes. However Blacks: 4'
many years ago She lost her vice chalrsau of the group rendering me best and Several activities will precede Black appointed as Assistant present rate of employment the sons. ,make rpsboteoloae-Ipltd I= }
ekatoau home la southern ,Maw YomgRepoUculedereoto.Dept.aITtteportatla oldest song. Donations are accepted me actual Inaugural ceremonies. State Attorney and was a member -; aneBploymeat rate- of Don- Doctors expertly used Mrs. 01 tilt IIOPIIIUoa ell 'uoOOO !:
France earlier (his when and will to the of the Miami HOIISInc'A"Ity. whites will be. raised five .residents T '
year go We.ulltart October Price's skin for the parts of, ewkt8llots., l lpotbd
*t was so'4 to pay debt. Earths White Nursing Rome .. tlmel'1m.. the body. ;. tilt :.oaLt: :. Jai 1wf;

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Published by 'The Florida Star Publishing Comply No.1r DRt fIMI OF A HAIls STOMACH Jr.




I/ AND A iVFi4LlLLHOMI;: Urban TraRsit Needs
:NEGRO. 90NV I r tJf"H.f '

It seems strop that I aeUoa that CaD transport men to the
time In the Cltlel. Public,
to work 011
DIG" can't ret peeple
ERIC 0. SIMPSON..MANAGING EDITOR transportation .s the lifeline of America' ,cities, but it'saanally

1nefftc1e.t lid too upeulY'
HILDA WOOTEN..CIRCULATION, MINDER. Part 01 the reason la the obsession with roadba1ld1nr that'
gripped the country. Since World War D, $50 has been spent

011 reeds for every $1 spent 011 mass transit'
MAILING ADDRESSP.O. ''j 1 ODe reason why rOldba1lcUq'" bees sopopalar is that thereis ,
limitless .IIJP!, 01 federal foods for It. The federal

BOX 599 JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 32201 government pats op M percent]
of the cod of highways, so tt'.l ryt
OFFICE '2323 MONCRIEF ROAD difficult for cities and states tol
: : resist the tempatlon to build!

PHONE 354682? roads Just to get some of that

l ba roll.Ther. '
.', always plenty of cash
MIAMI OFFICE 5018 N.NJW AVI. around for highways because
they're financed by a trust fnad|___
PHONE 751-3179 JUde lIP of earmarked gasoline] ___
taxe*. So whether they're needed ___
or not, highways are built ___
SUBSCRIPTION RATE destroying They're built homeland through neighborhood eWes, ____

One Tear, ,Anywhere$12.00 Half In The Year United, 37.00 States Mailed To' *You_ T 0 f the: ghetto!. They're, evicting bunt people thrt"wbq

r. can't find decent housing else
Subscription Payable in Advance where.

What I waster!
Send Check Or Money Order FLORIDA STAR'-P.O.BOX. 599 Good, cheap public transporta- WHITNEY M. YOUNG JR.
lies li needed to unlock the,gate of the ghetto and stimulate
: '' inner-city business Instead of piling up still more billions)
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 32201 1 V." ;, 6.11 1 $lof
aid should to city bus and
to create traffic jams, go subway

f line.
I They need help to develop faster more efficient service. But
Parking At :Post ,OfficeIs "WE WANT TO BUILD MAN.JUILD1 they also need subsidies to keep fare down, Several cities are
now considering fare raises but higher fare hit the poor and
( the black ghetto-dweller hardest.
Problem. For' JaxonsParking 1 In many places a short one-way ride costs 35 or 40 cents

.J .. That mean a man looking for work may have to spend nearly
I 'I a dollar and a couple of hour to get downtown When pockets
at the Monroe Street Post .Office,has become : are empty, that bus ride becomes a major ItIIDr).
worrisome problem for Jaxons who have, to do business in ; Too often the people charged with running transit systems
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the Post Office building for the reason that the parking meters r : : : don't understand the relationship of cheap transportation and
around the structure limit parking to fifteen minutes. YOUR WEEKLY 'Y' the economic health of the city. In New York, another city
The result 1s that persons who have business in the building planning: a fare raise, one executive old be wasn't worried
are subjected to finding their cars ticketed for overtime park- about any drop in passengers because the system was down to
.. > a bard core of riders who had no choice but to use publictransportation.
Ing.Anyone will tell you that It is dificult to consumate businesseven I : HOROSCOPE ; : .
as simple as the purchase of stamps, for nearly every- GUIDE : In other words: soak the poor. They cant do anything but
one knows that with limited help at the stamp windows it often I holler and soape up the extra are.. So what if the money
takes Just about fifteen minutes to get served. I k.' .! comes from kid' clothing allowances or a family' food bill
There have been Instances when autoists' cars have been lit! > The system has to show a profit.

ticketed while the driver was waiting In line to get a letter .: BY PABLO THE ASTROLOGER ;'H: Why? We don't expect police, health or sanitation departments
reglstered..and of course if one has to go upstairs to any to show a profit. They are considered basic social services
of the armed services recruiting offices or the UJ5. Attorney's \ ',, whose budget comes out of general revenues Everyone in the
office can expect to find windshield decorated.It city benefits from such If
you your: 'y.: ; services even they never have
would appear that the traffic department would recognizethat WHICH ARE YOUR lUCKY (DAYS .; occasion: to use them directly.
it is virtually Impossible to attend to business of any Transportation Is the same. Cheap public transportation may
Importance within eleven minutes -- allowing two minutes to FOR BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL?, W show red Ink on the accounting books, but It brings'more Important
walk from your car and two minutes to get back to your car. benefits. It can restore downtown areas to economic
It is most frustrating 'to say, the least, to find one's car I health, reduce ghetto Isolation, and bring the unemployed
ticketed after m1n1mumof time looking after impor- ''.. closer to them
spending jobs making tax-producer. Instead of tax-
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tant business. w .III r" Ul\n!ft'*oJ 'n& InA' It! consumer:.* '\ *
Of course we have heard' it said that a thlrip minute U1itet.permits :, 'l. !u! 'uh 1 ARIES' R "CANCER: > 1. :ei! pII.'(: ""' t Ii'!;'19IV %I'" zJAPRIC0N. ..'.1 B.'.i necessary' get\transportation.P Uc) bac1po< the right
!! 't.1.
t" .. track
drivers to park for several hours thus depriving ; ; aftVyetrs of 'neglect. There ought to be a freeze on 0
others from getting a chance to park That Is a flimsy reason *,r IORNMIRCI21th : lOIN JUNE ''lalN ',.$E.'J, '?,;_'.Ii,: : IORN" 'DEC. unneeded highway construction and the billions saved .spent
for maintaining a fifteen minute metef because we don'tthink 22ii to Improve public transportation.
too many people would keep refilling the meter at APRIL Ulk JULY.22nd 23rd. OCT.. 23rf lilt IAN. IStfc Our allures In transportation' are Just another indication of
thirty minute periods unless some business demanded that how this affluent nation Ignores public needs favor of private
their cars remained parked for longer than thirty minutes. privilege Low fares, new equipment, and experiments with
While, we are on the matter of parking and tickets It wouldbe Ambition claims yon. With Have your pick. When choosing Build solidly. There is little It', limitless.;Caprlcornians ghetto-to-factory public transport can help to revitalize
well to say that this business of sending out warrants Mars now in your solar 10th goals u well u friends doubt that many Lfbran. who take anything to heart, be cities .. all for the cost of unwanted and unnecessary jiighwayst .
that cost drivers ten dollars without any J previous notice house It Is to be expected and life partners, it onto one's simply want to be In the foreground It a person, a Muse, coarse,
seems rather harsh. It gives one the feeling that he or she that the desire to gain status advantage to be u selective'u of new ideas and movements. or self-improvement projectare .
Is being "squeezed" to raise money for the Consolidated and signal honor is being intensely one can be. After decision. But they should havea likely to stick with It an-
government activated. And y o a have been made and carriedout rockribbed base from which til final success has crowned
Surely, the procedure rakes in a lot of money for the govern may rightly look on this u It Is very difficult, and to start,.one which can also their efforts.' The will and i A College Stideit Speaks |
ment, but we don't think that penalizing citizens in a heartless being the right approach to. sometimes impossible,tohave act a. a refuge during the occasions energy to mate the most constructlve I |
Inconsiderate manner is In keeping with the spirit of combat financial Insufficiency t change of heart or mind and when they may haveto start possible are ll lull Inn-Mi ''I
good government o. a complaint that Is gen' to try and start off on a brand retreat Ravlnga substantial very mach In evidence on the .
There was a time when persons who failed to pay parking eral these days. A floe day new tack (2nd). Whatever the e reserve of cash and material 2nd. Those who have mate 'I '
tickets promptly were sent reminder cards; after which they for constructive measure to family group, it will certainly resources serves theo encouraging them toaetqD1ck. f f
paid a late fee. But the mailing of the reminder cards was be dlvised. adopted, and put be a constant source of ne same purposes, since they ly and positively can consider
abolished by Judge John Santora. We trust that Judge Santora to work would be the 2nd. ver-ending surprises that can furnish a person with practically themselves lucky; indeed. It seems to me:
would rescind that cease mailing order and resume the This could turn the tables at the same time, entertainand full freedom of actloa -That Black employers are u capable of-exploiting their
sending out of reminders. and bring result that were create certalnrather ticklish 93015556756: workers>> u white employers.One .
Because the Judge has had his own private parking placeat sorely lacking heretofore. problem. :2-30-14-88-34-516' Black employer of my acquaintance tells his workers i p,
the Municipal Court for a number of years and has not A ., that there would be no advantage la their going to work for
for a long time been subjected to ticketing he, no doubt, 3-30-18-88-45-798 3.20-U." -,.-zzz ""AOUAIIUSBORN whiteowned firms, since the "union dues are so high there"
has forgotten that sometimes a parking ticket falls off or is SCORPIO The union dues, the employer said, "will take 17 percent of
blown away from a wlndshieldw..or very often a driver JAN.20tk your ttltry." ODe of his former employee, who went to work
misplaces his parking ticket or, as is quite human to do, RORN OCT. for a white-owned firm, decided to check this out.
Tims '.: LEO FER. lltk At his new place of he
just simply forgets about it. work found, not only was he making
We understand that people must be punished for violating BORN APRIL .. Iii JULY 24th I NOY. .22H much more money, but his union dues were but threetenthsof
the law and that fines help to pay the city's cost of upkeep one percent of his salary
but let's not be quite so cold about It. Let's start mailing 2011 MAT 11th''' ,2311 '. Iii: .22ii_ Find the reu a.Consciously, With Increasing Integration of white-owned firms,many Black
out those reminder cards with a, say $2. late fee which \ Renew pledges: B appears we may all be In search of material employers are suddenly acing competition In attracting and
can be milled In without putting citizens to additional u necessary U ever, If not security.'Spirituallywe holding their .mploye.
convenience. Polish more so, to bring alliancesand my really be looklngfor something No longer can a Black employer pay his worker whatever be
If off. Once
Instinct know
doesn't lie. Those yon partnerships even closer far more important,although wanta, since they have nowhere' else they WI roo B'. a whole
who can Judge their fault and what your ambitious goals are
new .u
where this U possible. Eli its name and game, and Back workers are taking advantage of
What's their virtue with the tame without the shadow of a doubt; what It ofte.,
Being DoneIn through mutual effort and aderstuding -. ion nay be eludlngus. Bat-
ti the labor Involved to f
: Impartiality that they may 41s- reach that one may betaken have BO fear. The ones who e.eatae
play toward utter strangersmay then will neither scare nor out of CII.', self, and have been chosen for t particular woes stereotyping U Just u deplorable, whether Black or
consider their battle .deter A fine
with you. very paced do
Jax For Blacks? away from phobias or obsessions mission on earth will be
life half work that be termed
won. know ,
we may 1lu71rh1te.
that can tab cOllpleteposse..IOD Informed la good time and at need to learn that aU Blackpeop1. are Dot thugs
our lack and constructive to the highest
shortcomings of the mind DM proper pace orb drqloata, lid dePltrates.
Following the riots of 1967, The National Advisoi/ Commission wa can take effective measures degree, may be tackled and By the same token, manyBlacks

.Z! on Civil Disorders( appointed by former President to overcome them com made part of comprehensive ; should recopbe thai .
Lyndon Johnson made a report of its findings. pletely. And the qualities that long-range program on the -50-17-55-98-111., oppressive. and b1roted. Dot wealthy.oxploiaUve
On the question: WHAT CAN BE DONE? the commission we recongnlse to be our very sad The intellectual powers Both whites and Blacks need .
made the following summary regarding "The Community own can be turned Into sharper are being stimulated by quite PISCES P'OIIP. And tllty'U come to to see the IDdIY141lal, Dot the
Response" : tools that are required to an assemblage of planets In tbe"U atop tr'JIc to lllduatud themselves. better 11

"Our investigation of the 1967 riot cities establishes that carve out success.4101686V323. the soar 3rd house. 'IIIN MY.23ri IIIN FEI. tilt c tr rac.... project their on aura alto members dR

virtually every major episode of violence was foreshadowed MAR. 11 10 more ...".Iblt' for Backs to
by an accumulation of unresolved grievances/and by widespread .1-80-18-44-88-789 IEC. 21stDo lilt 2111 about ,totes thai It 11 for wins to make generalisations nerallxatims'

dissatisfaction among Negroes .wlth'tta unwillingness. about Blacb. If anythhq Backs sloeld bow g
and Inability of local government to respond; \:? It fast. 'Tot opportunity Ton ean't"foolUmi.'ftOit,1riQ -nat It is betttr to b" loved ud lost better
GEMINI than Dot to ban
"Overcoming these conditions is ,!MHMM loved at WI
essential for community .. M to achieve something outstanding have llredloogenough.aDa'whohave
support of law enforcement and civil orders CIty govern- IORN MAT. IN. t to make a profitable MM life u ttlsrataor I parson to pay
ments need new and sS ..
., more vital channels of communication or I 55raft. 8BK
arrangement, or to Invest la than uttsoaetlmesu-.Jcfered, ed.
.( capacity to the residents to respond of the effectively ghetto; to they community,need, to improve needs before'th.y their 21st, J'E.21St 2kd_ ., SEPT: 22i a solid enterprise should b e will not easily be taken firthey StaTSy VTiSkJ'a a,11/14116' p&aed 011-
taken up and nursed along to will wwhotbtJrtrl8lldaar. out himself What is
become community grievances; and they need to pro- There the best of one' ability (tod). They will be aware of what! s' Imnnrtiiif II love .. lot one's successes. bat the skillful
vide opportunity for meaningful Involvement of ghetto't'esi-, are limits.:'Otcoute, effort one IIIbI to fulfill
Warm up to thing: While we There are many people who required tokeepttuicflnonioa oneIg amatory deslr.
dents In
shaping policies and the arts and sciences cannot
programs,, which affect the '
be to furnish aaeveakeeL hit III 1
willing a thaw
are more or less affected nay ..
: community be shackled so U not to 1m by
: ; what Is going oa la the nation boost to those who have am- not tool! any Had of a deal no J ibis ,I
';:; What Is Being Done For Blacks in the Jacksonville Area? peels their steady must development and la the world,we sttllhave bition., some Old of para' ..atter how attractively U1 o r Week li Netre History

:r:;: J. \ But society rules hnsa Impose behavior certain oar own lives to follow. What friendship, and otters because' packaged (tnd).. m brief, they .
oa risk la-; threatens to happen.,never ':there' may be something la generally boW what shouUbe Oct. 1, I960. Nigeria Dependence
: otherwise, wo falling for them(4th-). Just done at given time a a d gains from Creat Britain
World News 'to. state of utter aaarchy' .happen. Bat what we lean, It M any
,4s Digest! are not tog too place howrjpaitaeaoa.. Oct. 4
; which certainly will lOt eon-- achieve, and experience determine long u yon pay 1800: Nat Turner
. tribute to t the the carve of our lint much far avail favors, It stay ,It 1Iii,short step toa : slave 11 VlrctDla. Be led the callec1"'Ibe Prophet t/' was born.
fi: .., and notation of".r.1fGWtII lord u surely as what we tail I Ml be worthwhile problag tea me Butt profitable a.wefl Ilia mono II t SoatII Ha amour insurrection which beau
:. pion
i{ VI.
+' OFFERS DEAL *:1/ I' There matt be a rotara to to do. R .. Important to prepare deeply WitalUrcaTyremiiaf u afed laY..... A a d Ia August, lilt I

:: LUSAKA-(NPI).-Prophetess Alice, Lenehina, ?45-yearold sound Ideals, moral end palloaophlM ourselves, especially Vat normal forward awt-. thty will act be resUss abRt,1I&t1aC Oct I, & Dr. AJellllder T.
;:'i: leader of the Lumps church and mother,of;12, is willing to ,to check what 1'a when. yooag, for a world atlIacrrllC".rfuterUldfut. JOB more cooperation m a". fill provttoas lot tl- Meted Negro .Aaruta *Virginia wax ap-
;:;: make a deal with the Zambia government for her.release from fusing to to a daageroa. tide \ shortly be expected frost key tan McvltyfarMgh regulartaTiap > tout cat onel la tile Unto IIrI'Ol tOM to the mk of lienT -
i:;:: restriction a remote mountain retreat,She ha*proposed to headed talks Vrcngdtreetlm.t40 a, awoetotM ud peBfioaplasaadtanraace I Negro during the Chit war Ira-.a.e' ***** rank. achieved
.4 disband her 18,000-follower church..already barred la Zambia. .. f"-'.oHl' ...." ... ,f<' >It \ '. > -. ., covers' ,(4ta-Ma.t- .
;:i;: and aow holing up to Uokambo, Congo.Ktoshasa-.if she U released -. f 1' :Oet I, ll1Z: Iuaea Meredith
+ "
13-P-t3 114 .. .. -TOf 7.70 tNiitlJ earoI1eQ
::1;' She has been under restriction since 1984. .-W-J8-44-87-434 .1. Ilaf&lp1l1der lard of Federal. troupe: at tJatverl1t' ",011111.

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I Back Business! And Professional Women's Cluhs Ex nand Pro ram At Meet ino- I

:GJEO Young Peoples .-

Prepares WORM Will Consider Pro ..I..sI.A.s Medics Wives Excited Winners

ForElectionOn Union PlannedFor

October 12 Tsriets For Year's A|'iesHASHVtLLE *

October 13 ..-The'National Association, of Negro Business and ', .
Plans are belngperfectedfor Professional Women's Clubs Concluded! Its 34th annualconventlon .', ':" ," :: ,
On Saturday, Oct. is, tin election the Young Peoples' Union held Nashville ," : ,
which will at the recently Tenn.,after some400 delegates ., ; '\\1' ;. ,\,,\; ,/ L. ,/
of representatives to pledged more Involvement In urban problems and the development \, '.if: ; ,,, th" ''dd'\ ,.' r
fill 11 vacancies on GJEO, Street Church of God on Twenty-eight cI educational and cultural enrichment programs for young IJI: I frjJ r, ,' ,,''i pW;:11: ;!::. \\':: '," ,
Inc., will take place. Dead Sunday October 12, at3p.m. people \ 1.," "I n" "
,r :ttl\\ I' nl.1 '
line for the i "I'' ( \ : !' .
qualifying was 1\, fi\\ 1 ,, -
Oct 3.The Several singing groups and Ina pre-conventlon Interview .'to closing awards banquet, ,.I ;, ,. ,, ,.,! ,.,t','' \ ,,\ ,.,.\, ,,//1.' '\ ''
GJEO board was 'recon- outstanding personalities will Mrs. Margaret L. Belcher here Congresswoman 4't. : : : "'k" :. "
structured according to OEG be special guests for the oc of Columbus,Ga.,nation Shirley A. Chlsholm of Brook-. 'Ii' .I ,"' ( ,>",\\q"" ",' ,"I''i) ;11i.\,f.i1 1\
city deadlines be represented requiring on that the4J-the casion.Mrs. Edwards extending al president already,Involved stated"ourclubsare In com professional rn challenged women business to to and out .. ,'"".''1'; ,.j! ",,JIN1, ';\,.,". : \ \"l l/f'1r/...' ;;!.J\'.:, ',:r1:,W''A'; i'I, ''I" }.'\ Ll

member board with equal representation I Invitation to the entire public munity services throughout the and create new-style revolutionary )-
r to attendthlsaffalr. There art country, attempting to answer
of IS each from politicians, become an .
I governmental, general and low '12 groups They will be heard the needs of their respective Integral part of the political ; l Ate ,
Income categories. Expiration In I favorite number. communities through our scene where they live and become -
of one-year terms, resignations Mrs. Edwards has held the finance special project'Development./ committed to positive
and deaths hare left andattendancerecordfoi Equal: and Enriching: Our social change
11 of the original 15 low-In four yens. convention will focus on some Recipients of the 1969 awards
\come seats empty. Officers of theIlO\IPU.U1I/, special areas of concern via were: National Achievement
Last year more than 5,000 Ines Harris, president; Kiss our theme Targets for 1969". 'Award toDr.Clotilda Bowenof a
residents In poverty areas Gloria HarrlsSecietaryUrs These targets were put in Dent tr, first black woman to
;noted Transportation pro Alberta Latlmore, manager perspective In a stimulating be promoted to rank of Colo
''sided. The League of Women and pianist and Bernard Mc keynote address by Dr.Jay me nel In the VS. Army, National '
'Voters participated. Clain reporter.. C. Williams, Professor of Community Award to Mrs
Information Is available at Speech at Tennesse State U- Carrie Hull,Nashville teacher
.each Neighborhood Opportunity Revival Hour Listed nlverslty. Mrs. Williams, National Junior Achievement
Center and at GJEO headquarters whose topic was "PrioritiesIn 'Avar* to Mrs. Llllle C. .
Francis of L.T : ;:;t ', ,,' i.' ,
427 Ocean Street. a World of Change" outlined Hunting, : \ : '
.The list follows. For St. Paul A.M.E. the three mainchallenges Miss Linda Rosatl of the' / >,,\,.,:1",:; '..r.t 1J'()''
10. Herman Opportunity Center that must be met preparation, Bronx club was awarded t
NOW Emmett Reed Ceot.r.SUI' An old fashioned revival bow commitment and Involvement. 4-year scholarship HAPPY PRESIDENlSTTne: incoming and outgoing presidents I .John W. Lapps, outgoing president of the Auxiliary; Mrs.
CJ"eIaDd15S.m. In song will be featured at St Workshop meetings dealt with Lighter moments, entertainment of the Women's Auxiliary of the National Medical Association I''Theodore Corprew of Washing on, D.C.', holding the Proctor
Wilder Park Neighborhood Paul A.II.E. Church Sunday, counselling programs, the 1dentlty by the hostess group and frame the excited winners of SCM-Proctor Sllex appliances I Sllex Blender; Mrs. Lucy Britt of Houston, Texas, displaying
Center, NOW Emmett Reed October 5, at 4 p.m., In the crisis, ,responsible' social activity were providedIn during their national convention in San Francisco.The occasion 1 her beautiful 4-sllce Lifelong Toaster and the incoming p.est.dent I
Center 358-7114,6th ft Cleveland main auditorium, Thirteenth protest and drug addiction. between too. Local leaders was a fabulous "Cable Car Fantasy of Fashions' which took < of the Auxiliary,Mrs:Carl: B. Jordan Savannah, Georgia
Streets MixontownWestslde and Myrtle. The group voted out a contribution were on hand to welcome the place at the San Francisco Hilton Hotel Lento right are: Mrs.
Satellite Center Class No. 16, Robert L. of $1.000 to aldflood delegates and President Belcher ---=--
Lewis and Stockton Street Bacon leader, Is presenting victims la Mississippi, and was given a key to the
317-7107. EWC Opportunirj] the revival. Among those special funds to complete repair .. city and Inducted Into the exclusive Calendar Events Nt. Monad
featured Miss Eartha
Center 1684 Old Kings Road are Mrs Aurora work on an organisation Red Carpet Club. The White
15 -514 Plckettvllle Opportunity Benthone and Mrs. Dorothy sponsored community centerin delegates enjoyed a tour of Has Baptist
Center, 791S U. S. 1, W. Bacon, accompanied by Cuthbert, Ga. A strong set historic sites and the educational The Dahlia-garden Circle will meet October 9 at 7 p.m. at To Be HonoredThe
7649669. Grand Park Opportunity Mrs Robertha ManuaL Mrs of resolutions was passed, centers la Nashville, 1321 Tyler Street All members are asked to be present and Dtrfrid Anniversaries
Center, 2341 Old Kings Helen Cleveland and Mr. calling for deletion of the Including famous Flsk University register for the Garden Circle year Much Information will be' public is cordially invited -
Road, 3S5-532 Wesconnett Woodrow Carn will sing a duet. Whiten emendments from the and Meharry Medical given. out. Queen B. Williams, president District anniversaries will be to attend a Music Yea
Mrs Ethel Bannister *********
will sing at Mt.Morlah
Opportunity Center, 6538Jammes HEW appropriations bill; reestablishment College. Baptist tival November 5, 1969 In the
Road, 35S-5323, (no and Mrs. Manuel will be heard of dates for Participating sponsors offered I Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church Southslda will observe Holy Communion Church beginning with Oct. 8. Civic Auditorium, Hogan St.
phone yet). Southslde Opportunity la a prelude of hymns and compliance with school desegregation pleasant interludes Sunday morning The combined choirs will sing. At On Oct 8Dlcstlctlwlllhave Entrace, In honor of Miss
Center, 388S Old St. spirituals. Mrs Betty Steward guidelines protection Herb Wright of Philip Morris 3 p.m. a testimonial will be given by Mrs Susannah Moffeit an extravaganza felt\wing the Eartha M. M. White's 93rd
Augustine Road, 296.0576.. is chairman. Mrs.Ruby of the right to vote George Brown of Pepsi Cola senior member of the church. Rev. J.C. Bannerman is pastor. Art Goodman Chorus,St. Tho- birthday
Palmore *********
heads the ,mas YouthCholrHolIS'ofCiod
Woodland Acres Civic Cater women. and supporting legislation to and Chuck Cofleld of the Fats
427 North Bowlan 725- Proceeds will go Women's. eliminate discrimination Jn Domino's Restaurants were The McCall Gospel Singers will render at after-service program Youth Choir and the Angels of, :
2900. Eastslde Opportunity Day. employment hosts to the opening and closing at Mt. Morlah Baptist Church, 1953 West 9th. Sunday, Mercy. r I ) IJ'tiiJm
Center, 961 K. Dun Street, The youth activities were receptions. General Foods October 5, at 8 p.m., in the Interest of District 1. Along with On Oct. 9 District 2 will pre- ,
791-06S4. Eastslde Satellite highlighted by a luncheon addressed with Dr. Lenora Moragne u them will be the Graham Singers, Sunbeam Singers, Marvin sent Princess Naomi and Her { '!lJ
Center, 23rd and Platteaa Wayne Chapel Unit by.Dr. Pearl. Gun- hostess, served continental Collins, Columbus Smith, Nathaniel Jackson, Robert Prater, Band of Truth, choir and Dis- .
Streets, 354-7504. Eastside ter, Pirectbr of Student breakfasts, Joe Makel of The Thelma Edwards, Golden Clouds and Angela McBride Deacon trict 4 will be in charge. of Deacon '
BUD Center (NSP), 1st and In Benefit Dinner Teaching, Tennessee State, Christian Brothers threw a Jefferson is leader Rev H.L. Herod Is minister Maddox. HAIR COLORING \ -
Ionia Street 356-8471. who pinpointed the necessity champagne party and the Fal- The Semi Civic Social"and Saving Club will meet Monday Sunday at 3 p.m. District No. 1
Plans are being formulated of Unity In Blackness, and staff hospitality suite was open night, October 6, in the home of Mrs. Bessie Allen 7219 4 will close out the anniversary
Dr. A.J. Reddick for a benefit dinner banquetto both retiring youth department where Weaver Hawkins held Richardson Road, at 8 p.m. Mrs. Elnora Small Is president: 'Fev.: Perry of Mt.Herman Bap .
be held at the Lillian Sunders officers, Mrs Dorothy North forth Joyce Wallace of Seven- ********* test will be In charge Robert Hides That GRAY '
Speaks On Bab'elSunday Southslde Community Payne, director and Mrs.Darlene up and Frances Savage of The Camilla Ladles Club meets.with Mrs .Wency Cummings, Orater will sing. Mrs O. Jones The Listing Way .
ter Saturday, October 11, at Wright, Junior leader, Heublela Introduced the delegates 750 Barnett, Friday, October 7, at 8 p.m. AU members are js secretary, Rev, H.L. Herod In lull I,, mtiiuitt '"
Morning 8 p.m. were honored Miss Irene to "Cool Mules", and expected! to be present. Mrs A.M. Hartzog Is president. is pastor. dull, faded hair even b. \\
The project is sponsoradbyf; luncheons for the coma younger looking
Brlckus of the Coatesvllle, presidentswere dark and lustrous, radiant
fir. A. Joseph Keddick, pas Group No. 2 of Wayman Char Pa. adult club the hosted by 0,8 Bradley Mt. Zion A.M.E. A.M.E with hlihllihit.. STRAND'' ,
young won Allen' Chapel Church
tor of Grant Memorial A.M.E.::, p f A.MX tch.lp: tau Inl covetedBdeTloI'f!TkOss BPW of Gulf Oil Corp?' and for the : t L',Hair or *aih Coloring out. Salt..on"ub with per off.
Church, will speak OI1."Babel! Brest of,the Men's Drive. 1969" for outstanding. community youth delegate Jby Ed Atkinson Honors' Mrs. Moffeff Announces Annual v nuncnlitoo Trf STKANU''t l'
or Jerusalem' in the morning Dennis .T,*Stewart will be. service.Climaxing .. of Carnation Co. Women. ) Day ONLY 98< 1-
service At 8.45 the minister toastmaster. The following officers COMPlrTE'r
the convention was were Mrs SusannahMoffett
will discuss "Unity Christ." Installed by Congresswoman of Mt. Zlon A.M.E.Church member Allen Chapel A.M.E.: wlllcelebratei Rev. Ruth L. Brown,member I',,. ELSE NOTHING TO BUY/! k;;,"
Women's Day Sunday of the Alexander Memorial U- .. ,
Chlsholm for the 1970-71 term I Southslde will be honored b '.t. -"
y. "
President, Mrs. Margaret L. I the church Sunday, Oct. 5, a t'' October 12, with services sited Methodist Church, will STRAND HAIR COLORING i
Belcher, Columbus, Ga.; Vice 3 p.m. 'The public Invited.. througout the day. The gener' speak at 11 a.m. Mrs Eleanor Choice of S natural' ihideti
Jet BUCK Black Dirk Brown
Presidents, Mrs Rosalie J. Mrs. Moffett's illustrious al chairman Is Mrs. Shirley Williams introduce t h e Medium Brown- --llht Brown
?Ie/Mlnl' aygrr001 .. NEW McGulre, Baltimore, Atty. j family includes many w e 11- Ann Williams. Mrs Daisy Allen speaker Rev. David MathlsIs Ask for It tt your drugglit..
Florence Y, Lucas Jamaica, known 1 local_ citliarui._ .Is cochairman. pastor, .
N.Y, and Mrs. Robin Owens,
BUS ROUTE Flint, Mich; Financial Secretary

Mrs. Edith T. Wilson,
taunt Cleveland; Recording Secretary At R. J.
a Miss Mollie Turner,Detroit Reynolds we don't
J ; Corresponding Secretary -
Mrs V. Alyce Foster, train people for jobs

.'one e, Effective Monday, Sept,.29i Dallas; Treasurer. Miss
Edythe Mrs.L harts Dorothy., NYC Boswell; Editor we start them

,. c'4 i (28 SHERWOOD FOREST)) Miss Los Angeles Lynette;May Junior, Pittsburgh Leader, on .careers

T and Junior Secretary, Miss Moat anybody win give you e Job.
Karla Tennyson, Philadelphia. I'ul pi'R,J.rUynolda w,'"long reoognlied.
The Nashville Club, headed ; Our eommllmart equal opportunity,
by Mrs. Mamie Love, president ''. end w*'ve bM doing toiMMilnf ibout ft
and Mrs. Josephine Dun- Something!"o raiMhM

i $\# e b N gey, convention chairman producing" remit
e served u host. The 1970 convention ft.XRoynoldi'pvple hive more
.u.4\ T will be held August .tIIln'/Job;they have.._
10-23 at the Ben Franklin opportunity wllh e brlghllnd
Hotel In Philadelphia. rewarding future.And' w*book'up
THIS NEW ROUTE 1- what we. My with the but training
j we Din provide.
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FACILITIES WEDDINGS Ryxdleesoleolapromotlenped
vtt FnF additional training' (or promotion gooeU
r the worker with Hie moot eenlorliy.

2 ST. LUKE'S HOSPITAL ti n 'i'g' la 700 aummor Joe right. now
BELLS N to 1 of every 4 loba/arlleakeNNewrybodyNmllnallhewrubvn6
CENTER M We're proud our program slue
5 f FOREST HILLS I ELEMENTARY Ar This bus rte Get'' 0"'t' oo many young eareermlndedPoo4a

& RIBAULT SENIOR HIGH will leavefrom the I / .'Billy Joe Huron, Mil Buck- + .. tIIIDhenoe to re.chIsesbMNrffaAMthM'swhy It K
nun St 19 and Laverne Me '
7 RIBAUtT JUNIOR HIGH Hogan. we e.yl'Itntsesreo atrtAHeynoMa.
sloW jf Cteodon, 1129 W. 13th St, 17. .* r c 1
Hemming Park ,' Paul Anthony 4114 ,
9 SAY-A-STOP ,, Furl
r, Lockhart Dr., 18 and Cynthia
loll Wilson, 2892 Edgewood
Ave W. 1$.
Schedules available Hemming Park booth'/ ,,

Jarklonville Coaclt Co., or from your drive ".Walter Klonle Morgan, Calla- % A

ban,' Fla, !6 and Dollle Mae
Wright, 1931 W, 10th St., 24.

NOTICE : This Service Is Bein 'Moses Edward Waiters, 636 ..

Operated on a Trial Basis.1 Its Continued r 1 1 /tart G., 27 and Carastlne,
Yvonne Mitchell, 304 Elm st.t

Operation Will Depend on Your Patron l9

Burrnell'Jones, 1622 Barnett
rr St 37 and Fay Lois Jenkins,
K 4M7MoncrlefRd.32.

NO SUNDAY SERVICE ,, Trolas :Yact Hilton, IMS W.
y lat. st., 2$ and Btfle Mae .

Please Have Your Exact Fare. Smith, 623 Court ,E., 21.Lonnle j

Leroy Parrlsh 3196
Lanes Are., 13 and Bei.U Jean lfl..0;'

Jacksonville ,I Coach, : Co. Yh z ,Crttra, 667{ Old Kings Rd., 17. ,;,

Thoaus Eugene Duller,Mar- '
cellos.. Mlcl., 20 and Mary An- a
tolnette Jesky, 119 W. Beaver ;: f
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Ii'; Church Of ',Christ Union Considers Plan Of Action Acceptable To Both Races

leaders Feel That Hack NMA Prexy Extended Courtesy .

i; Members Are Important I CliURC I NEwsl.1 1SECOND --: -I

I Part Of Divisions

board deaconess t board) choral groups and
NEW YORK, N.Y., SEPT, 24.- of thejjnlted Church' MISSIONARY BAPTIST choirs the deacon ,
of Christ to the Consultation on Church Union(COCU)will work Holy Communion services we scheduled for Sunday at t pm.Rev IIIhers we asked to report.The youthdepartmentwlll Deborth repo.t asa

for a plan of church union that will be satisfactory to the black s JC Sams, pastor, assisted by the deacons and associate wOOle. Bet K,E. Taylor pastor. Miss Wlnton Drive.Shanks, re-
s ministers will administer the rites., The combined choirs will The church is located at 3738
denominations in the Consultation well as the whites. porter
I.t.. ._ 1
activities of the day will begin with
"The UnltedChu ch of Christ 1 sing'for the smlces. The
the Sunday School at 9.30 a.m. The pastor will review the les SJVEETFIELD BAPTIST
looks COCU {means COCU W
upon as UCCottferln& is
that cborls with Sunday School at 9:30: ,.m. with
of reconsillatlon of both' of son. Consecration rites for the deacons, deaconesses, Service begin Sunday
church and society and d committed to renewal and ushers will be held at 10:45. lite morning worship begins Deacon R. McKlnnon In charge. TOe morning service will beginat
o e s
church and society through : ., The Train A.D. Grant andDeacon Sam Williams In
not seek church union unless at 11 o'clock. The pastor will speak. Baptist 11 am with Deacon
j the black lurches church union."American. 1 Union will be held at 445. Other activities for the week 1 n- charge of devotions. Choir No. 1 and Choir No. Z will serve.
; are a part society needs _
of it," states a policy agree of reconciliation. CO elude the Prayer of Faith Hour, held on Tuesday night at 7pm. *ev. Oliver pastor, will speak. The evening service will begin
ment reached here in a day models The pastor will be In charge. The Sunday School Officers and at 5:30 pm. with Deacon Luke Stephens and Deacon Elijah
consultation CU has its heart set on being Teacher Council will be held Friday at 7 p.m. Rev. Sams will Holmes in charge of devotions. Choir No. 1 and Choir No. twill

administrative long committee involvlngtoe of sucha; HHIsV
the denomination's Executive pointed out that parishes will be In charge of the business session. Workers from Istered. On Tuesday night at 7.30 piayer bfeetlng will be held

Council and its COCU dele -, in which people and various churches In the community are welcome to share the with the deacons in charge. On Wednesday night at 7 1 i dm> Bible
gallon. tAu"btckrrolln4 hee\of different would be'i study hour each evening. study Is held with the pastor In charge At 8:30: Choir:No. 2 win
at S .m. the rehearsal
evening p of
On Saturday
"Any plan of union that black
volved will, the basis of the
? MACEDONIA BAPTISTThe Choir No. 4 will take place. At 6 p.m. Saturday the young
churches feel they cannot Join J
would be an utter impossibility plat COCK. ;unionVlng\'''Th; parish readied which by anniversary of the church and of the pastor will be held adult choir will rehearse. The,'Toung Adult Choir':"program
during the week of Oct. 13. Various ministers along'withtheir
was a success.
.101' American Protestantism
may include one or more congregation choirs, ushers and members will be present. The annual -
the Rev.Dr.David Col-
will be the church Women's Day will be held Sunday Oct. 26. beginning with BAPTIST
well, Seattle, chairman of the NEW REDEEM ,,
United Church delegation to locally, he said. the Sunday School at 9:20 a.m. Mrs. Estell King and M r s. District No. 6 will celebrate Its anniversary Sunday at 3

COCU declared, Georgia Matthls will serve as chairman and cochairman r.apectllvelJ. .- p.mat the chinch Deacon' George Ward Is leader. Mrs.

United Church of Christ his Mrs Odessa Burgess is pastoMor-the-day. Thelma Norman it chairman of the program committee.
tory Includes a struggle for racial First Corinth Services Sunday will begin with the Sunday School with Dea- Other services begin with the Sunday School at 9:30 am.; The
justice ballot Ute Therefore con John E. Singleton and staff of teachers in charge. The Superintendent and departmental officials will be In 'charge,

i our heritage compels us review will be given by the pastor or an appointee. Consecration The lesson will be reviewed by.the pastor, Rev. Norman. The
j' to seek our black brethren.We Baptist Districtr services will begin at 1045.: This will be for the rooming worship begins at 11 a.m., with the deacons charge
further .confess our deep need \tIf choirs, deacons, deaconesses, ushers and all members with of devotion Choir No. 2 and Usher Board No. 2 will serve
I to' the wholeness and renewal Dr. James M. Wbittt..eo. national:president of, the National Pastor ,Burgess In charge. Devotional servldes begin at 11 throughout the day with Mrs Fannie Jackson In >charged
Holds AnnualDistrict a.m. Music win be furnished by Choir No. 1'and Choir 2 music. District No. 2 will meet at 3 p.m. The Home Mission
1 of chu:-h lift which can only Medical Association smiles broadly as Miss Ann Boldt,
.: with Mrs. Hattle Bess and Wallace Mlms at the instruments Board will meet at 330. Deaconess Board No. 1 will meet at
h be brought aboutthrougb union rental sales representative for Hertz Rent A Car, hands him
No,,12 of the frlst Friendly Usher Board No. 1 will Holy Communion
I serve 4:30 The for the day will be delivered by the
between black and white Chris the keys for his courtesy car during the national convention : p.m. sermons
I t tats ardcfcur.hi'S," Dr.Col- Corinth Baptist( ,Church will of NUA ,More than 2,000 medics and their famlles attended services'' will be conducted at 4:45.: Both major sermons of pastor Rev Norman. On Tuesday night the monthly conference
I well said. celebrate I anniversary,. on: NMA's largest convention in Its 74th year. The car pi ovided the day will be delivered by the pastor or an appointee. ,On* of all auxiliaries will be held Reports written and

The Rev. Dr Paul A. Crow, Oct. 5 In the church audito- ,'for Dr. Whittlco was Just great for taking to the scenic hills Tuesday night prayer' meeting and Bible study are Jeatqred. financial should be made. On Monday night at 7:30 the deacons
I Jr., Princeton, N;., general rium .cr 0 in S to 5.30 p. m.' .of. Frisco after some real busy sessions at the convention. On Wednesday at 7 p.m., the Women's Chorus rehearses, will meet at the church. Rev, E.I. Norman Is pastor The
'a !Rev. Milliard with Mrs. Bess and Mrs. Bryant at the at 7
secretary of COCU told, the with',prp Instruments chu, ch Is located at 1614 East 30th Street.
f wlUb/ifoeyt1 I speaker. The p.m. Choir No. 1 and Choir No. 3 will meet for rehearsal at

GospeEchorus .of the church ,$f. Matthews Baptist Dist., 1 8 p.m. On Friday at 8 p.m. Choir No. 2 and Choir No. 1 will COt SIANs BAPTIST'
and' ishet Board No. 2 will meet with Mr. Mints and Deacon Bryant for rehearsa. The
Sunday School begins at 9:30 with the superintendent and
TEN. DAYS SPECIAL be present! District 14.will, church Is located at 3333 Franklin. Mrs. Bessie MerchantIs teachers In charge. The morning service begins at, 11 a.m.

.f be the west! board. :Announces Unique. Season Tea secretary-reporter. Rev. Wilbur Burgess Is pastor. Communion ser;ice will begin; at 4 p.m. Rev R.J. Crawford

ENLARGE YOUR; ', Ot j Will' b: e t pastor will deliver the sermon,Choir No. 1, Choir No. 2 and

',' FAVORITE PHOTOIN 'Mrs Mrs.' District No. 1 of St. Matthew Church Usher Board No. 1 and No. 2 will serve throughout the day.
e.r'larlng, .M *.. Baptist West 28th, FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST ,
? shperimenn&nt service will at 730. The third anniversary
begin Tuesday
I will present its SEASON'S TEA October
Deacon Sunday, 12, at 4 Sunday School'begins at 9.45: with the Mrs of Choir No. 1 will be held October 9. Mrs Emily

OIL Mrs'. p.m. llama will sing. Luster Smith, in charge... At. 11:30 a.m. the morning de- Timmons will be mist ess of ceremonies. Mrs. Elizabeth
Lime Mae:T u'r n e r,' ; Deacon T.C. Wiggins Is leader Miss Helen Bullock will votlonals will precede the ..rfl .. Deacon Joseph McPerson Crawfo.d is president. '

I WATER COLORS Gussie Slngletary, Maylyn Mrs Johnnie B. Marshallis speak for Winter The B.H.S. and Deacon John Walker will be in charge. Testlmonals .
Woods;...Mrs. Doreathle Ross president. Mrs.Emma Watkins Trio will sing Mrs Alice will follow. Communion, will follow at 4 p.m. Rev. B.
MrsjClar.lce:: Lyles, Mrs. :.Diane is general chairman.Rev. Burroughs will give selections Roberson will be In charge. On Tuesday night the weekly New St. James Ml.
i HACK AND WRITE RcMnsiiniV/ G.A. Price Is pastor. The offering will be taken by prayer meeting takes' place at 7 p.m. A special project ., Sinai Women)

The offering will be taken by Thechafrman will be incharit. Johnnie Mack, Mrs. Rose Lee will be sponsored at 312.Good for Women's Day.
Plans Womens
I All types of Frames We also Deacon L. Lewis,Deacon John Devotions will be led Glbb, Route Carter,Mr.John Group Plans

I take pictures.: We also need Seymour, Deacon Charlie by Deacon J.T. Price and by Smith, Mrs. Edvina Levy and 'EMANUEL BAPTISTOn \' ,. ..
all types of Help Part-time ,Mrs. Roberta John, Annie L. Patterson.Mrs.Willie Day October 19
Cooper '
r ud '" Deacon J. Southland. Mrs J. Tuesday the Teachers meeting and the prayer meeting will Women* DayThe
Full-time. Son, Mrs( Mary Lou Single- B. Davis will Introduct the Smith will make toe ob- be held at the usual hours with the pastor and officers incbarge.
tary, Mrs. Anna Lee Spence.. mistreat of ceremonies Mrs servation. At the Spring table On New hint JlmuA.,l.E.
Wednesday Choir No. 3 will rehearse at 7 p.m. Choir No. 2
HOUSE OF Devotion will be led by W J). Lucas. will be Mrs. Johnnie Bell, will hold its business meeting at 8 p.m. On Thursday the noonday Church will observe its annualWomen's Sinai Women'sAuxUiary of Mt.
Brother Hampton and Deacon Mr. Rufus ca will be the ?Marshall and Mrs. Vera McW prayei-aeetlng Is held. Senior Choirs No. land No. 2 will Day Sunday October Baptist Church w 1 Hob-
MEMORIES Lewis. Rev. W.L. Jones i s'pastor. ; 'Cloud. ,,At the Summer table serve Women's Day Sunday
JNC, ,Spring speaker. :Miss Martha rehearse flftitly at 8 p.m. On Saturday the youth meeting will be 19, beginning with the Sunday
.* A project will be Demoted -' N. Williams wigging. Mrs will be Mrs.; Pearl itotoesi j held,1: t HBO a.m. Sunday School begins at 9:SO with Mrs. School hour at 9.30 a.m. October 19, throughout the day:
1 4 in the home of Mrs. M. and Emeral Johnson At' Officers for the day are:Mrs
Mrs. ;
Verdle Bradly willbe; the Mantle Fs fs and Deacon George Smith in charge The lesson Mrs. W.E.A. Hants chair-
l S"RiYerslde" Ave J. Baisden Saturday for the :the Autumn table win be Mrs.i Florene WilcoxcMirmanMrs.
Summer speaker; The B.H.S. will be reviewed by an appointee. Consecration last 10:50 a.m. I man of.the pi ogram committee ;
benefit of the Pulpit Aid Trio will sing. The Autumn I''Thomas Grant and Mrs Mary The morning worship begins at 11 a.m. with the deacons in announces that Mrs. Mildr t d E.M. Pierce cochairman;Mrs
Board Mrs. Baisden livesat speaker will be Mr. Clarence. Hyhsmlth. At toe table Bradham national basileus of Frank S. Whitfield, financial
i 79)0321) ,charge. The preaching begins at noon. B.T.U. opens at 5 p.m.
t 1671 Martee. will be Mrs. Ira and secretary Mrs.Gloria Thompson
Bostrlck. MlssMarthaN.Wil: Wlgglam with Deacon James Phillips in chargerivTh,4v nlng worship Zeta Phi Beta, recently ;
f Mrs. Annie M. Robinson begins at 8.30 p.m. Choir No. 3 and the Children's Choir, pointed chief of the children's receding secretary;Mrs.
Usher Board No. 3 and Usher Board No. 4 will serve. Mrs services of Duval county will Ruby F., Herndon treasurer;
Marion Carter and Mrs. S.L. Badger will be In charge of be toe principal speaker a t Mrs. Ann Barr toes chairman of
: neti music. Choir No. 1 will celebrate Its anniversary on October 11 a.m. program; Mrs. Williams,

i 6 at 8 p.m. Rev. S.L. Badger, pastor. The church Is locatedat Mrs. Bradham wife of Pro. chairman of souvenir book;
Mrs. B.J.
i 2221 Forest Street. lessor Capers Bradham,principal Lane actlngpastor-
d of R.L. Brown Elementary of-the-day-; Mis. Catherine

c GREATER NEW JERUSALEM BAPTIST School is widely known Sykes music chairman.The .

i (1 Thursday night all choirs will rehearse at the church at 7.30 as a speaker. She will be presented activities wW beconcluded -
k't' p.m Friday night at 7 p.m. toe General monthly conference Is by Mrs.Geneva Wheeler at 1 p.m with the Tri.state
held. Each Is local basileus of Alpha Rally This will feature a musical
auxiliary to make a report.On Saturday at 2 p.m.
I I the Young Adult Choir will rehearse at the church Sunday Zeta Chapter of the Zeta Phi with Mrs.Alice Burrough
: School begins at 9.30 a.m. with Superintendent Ashwood In Beta Sorority. representing the State of
charge The morning worship begins at 11 l a.m Rev. W.A. Mack An interesting spiritual and Georgia Mrs Edith Jones
\ will speak. 'At 3 p.m. Holy Communion will be administered. cultural program has been ar will represent the S111 e of

Rev. J.C. Flnney pastor, will give the message. The church Is ranged. Christian leaders of Florida. Miss Juanita Pries-
located at 1435 West State St set the city both adult and youth ter will represent the S ta te
will appear of South Carolina The publicIs

I 'TABET.NACLE BAPTIST INSTITUTIONAL Mrs. Hattie M. Perry is general invited. /
Lolr Communion will be administered Sunday afternoon at 5 chairmen Mrs Lynette Spearheading the rally are

p.m. ,The, pastor and deacons will be in charge. Sunday School Braggs is cochalrman. Group Mrs Johnnie D. Clark, Mrs.
\ begins at 9.30 with Mrs. H. Solomon in charge. The morning captains are II r s. Aria tor leola Bryant Georgia; Mrs
service begins at 11 a.m. with Kev.Young speaking. The Senior Reynolds Mrs: Annie Bell W.D. Lucas Florida and Mrs.

; Male Chorus and Usher Board No. 1 will serve Adult classesare Madison, Mrs Mary JohnsonndMrs.W.E.A.Haris.The Flossie Rhim, Carolina, Rev.
held at the church every Tuesday and Thursday night and B.J. Lane Is pastor .

start at 7 p.m. Mrs H. Solomon and Mrs. J. Wynn are Instructors entire organization will be released -
: '. The teachers meeting is st 6.45: Wednesday. All youth later F I
; choirs rehearse at 5:30.: AU adult choirs rehearse at 8 p.m. The church Is Iocatedat2128. Aue\tJ'/
: Prayer meeting will begin at 7.30 Forest Street. Rev A. D.

; ;.... Harris is pastor.
.:: ; Sunday Schools begins at" 9:30 a.m with Supt.A: Taylor or the -., - ,.p
\, acting superintendent In charge. Teachers will Instruct classes -

j: .'.v. W.C. Munay pastor or an appointee?will review the p

lesson. The morning worship begins at 11 smwith the deacons Your professional beautician ,
in charge HolyCommnnionservlces each fourth Sunday I .;
: ,at 4 p.m. with the prayer bank in charge. Prayer meeting Is knows the answer.. '.

Florida's largest;; Service Station. each Tuesday night at '1 p.m.Eaeb secondSunday features a re

viral at 3 p.m. Mrs. .Cornelia Scott is sponsor Barbara E.
Robinson Is clerk and reporter Aj

Seven Stories-75,000 Square Feet
Sunday School begins at 9.30 with Deacon Jefferson, superintendent. l Is peroxide needed to (
r Ypd see sljyice i iagur business:That why,m '. '" .. ,. II' I charp.The morning service begjMrt 11 am.B.T.U. ,

t addition} w gve t fifelve Florida, offices.. with! over4OO' II' '''1(' : ;to held 'every Sunday excluding the toftd Sundiy at 5:30 St COlorunwanted '

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SEAFOOD I CENTER ",answers T.tfv VonsfahkeLfr Bake A Fresh Pear Flan. "

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RED BASS(For Baking) ...........................LB.59' soon poultry as posiible. stuffing When cooled and" ; "fA "
SPANISH MACKEREL............................ IB."9' gravy meet covered. Use : t r r '
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SPEC.TROUT........................................... LB.7S'fRESH To freeze: Poultry meat may
FILLETS.............................;......-....... tB.9 a'I be wrapped and frozen. Use Those fresh California Bartlett pears that are In our markets
SCALLOPS ...................-.......... 1 Lb. rkg.$1.65 also within be 2 wrapped months. Stuffing and frozen.may Efl', ,- now are mighty. good eating out-ofhand but they taste even
Use within ImoBrads better in home made baked desserts like this one.
I COCKTAIL. FINGERS.......r;.............!.... $2.00 Can; 4 fresh California Bartlette'( teupoon' nutmeg

I CLAW CRABMEAT;......... i H' Caa $250 A ''" 'A ,
I .. .MEDIUMU.$1.2S /i cup brown sufar packed almonds
SHRIMP text LAR8E U. $1.611 i'y.' .,... -', : (V. teaspoon tall :I sticks packaged pie crust
1 tablespoon buttery mix
r ., ,'teaspoon cinnamon '! t cup current Jelly
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Hi. A slices. Combine sugars salt butter and spices with I. cup
Bold ., \ water, bring to boll. Add pear slices and simmer, covered 7
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p, IN from syrup Boll syrup 3 to 5 minutes. Toss almonds with pie
Fryers ,. ... crust mIX. Add just enough water (about Vt. cup) to torn dough.'
69c Roll dough to fit 10-inch foil flan pan.' Fit Into pan. crimp
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bright color, ; ofthreecolors:black pineappleand King Crib DIYlD.
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""ACE I "" '. Sill PAPERS SAIIRIAye DCTOIER 4, ill,

I Vulcan Society Of New York Will Host Firefighters In Mammoth Confab

I YOUR GOOD Unique Business Ceremony- 1 Historic Society Will Study

I. Civil Rights Iou.rp

HEALTH BY DR. aCOp4WslL yes Problems F cfi| Black Fighter

ABOVE AND BEYOND EYE INJURIES I NEW'y K>-Tbt Vulcan Society, Inc FDNY of New York,
CHKAGCMNM-) Is trident tltif'Jftttoimia Renault A. Accidents account for five per a progressive body of Blatk professional firefighters hu extended -
Robinson, 27-year-old president of till Afro-lmerku Police cent of all the need cases o tvllndness a national Invitation to other Negro professionals to

league, has something to his charge of being' harassed1 by each year. Of these, attend the thirtieth annual in New York City October 31
top echelon police official Robinson wu arrested last week 17 per cent are caused by sharp and November 1.
u a drunken driver, charred with tailor to have a con sotdriver's objects. Blows to the eye se- .
alms of the Red Cross, Boys Scouts
count for 40 cent and falls The purpose can
license in his possession at the time (he bad OM at per Care Centers
home), no city vehicle sticker (be purchased the car a fawdays for.20 per cent. conference are three. TheSociety Youtne Homes, Day
and and other worthwhile pro
To prevent such accldentsper wants to appraise
earlier) and Improper use of a traffic lane. His tool became
of In 1949 the Society -
sons who wear glasses should the experiences jects.
originally at $500, was reduced when his lawyer brought
In his current license. get safety lenses. If you r *. Black fire fighters across the the first organization of
,0:> '
: \) nc ruts to acquire life
ceive a blow on the eye apply country, SecODdlJ,tIIISoc1etJ civil ser
GOOD SIGN '!+ cold packs with a clean cloth 'will sponsor a set of workshops' membership lathe NAACP.On
CHARLOTTE, N.C.- having internal troubles in one ot its many ballwlcks. Dissension If a chemical Is splashed Into to the problems harassment 100 served as marshals lathe
and a schism has erupted the North Carolina chapter your eye, flush the copiously ofl historic March on Washington.The .
with plain tap water. firefighters and consider Society feels that, by
of the United Klaus of America, and the two groups are said" Teach your children never to the high rate of fires and sponsoring this nationwide confab .

to be oa the verge of bankruptcy because of'mismanagement.. point a gun or an arrow at another deaths ghetto neighborhoods.A that it will be in keeping '

person and never to run third and final consideration with the New York tradition
RETALIATION such as scissors or a knife. will cone e Implement 1 n g The Socletyrelease concludes:
CAMP PENDELTON,Ca11L-NPQ)--The Marine Corps,noted 'lI.a speck of dirt or other these problems exist "We shall always endeavor to

for its brutal so-called "maklngaflghtlngnunoutofjrou"ropam foreign matter gets In your eye David Jackson,president said,, lend the resources of our organization
1I.Da111.a taste of its medicine last week when FloldaStar"It
don't rub your eye. Often the In a release the to support those
some 200 marine prisoners in the local brlgcanght five guards tears will wash out the particle. boa hope that through orr agencies and programs which
unaware and pelted them with rocks. The incident occurred mutual efforts, tensions 1 n are working to brlnjabout true

following public acknowledgment by the base commander that If this falls, lift the upper Udam 'ghetto areas will be eased and equality of opportunity for all
there is severe overcrowding In the brig and that marine ) pull it gently down over the fire departments throughout the Americans. For we believe
prisoners have been "abused." Host of some 798 prisonersare lower lid or flush the eye with country will remain the respect that It is only through an u -
serving sentences.unauthorized absences. a few drops lukewarm wateror FIRST ALL-BLACK DISTRIBUTORSHIP of Eufmu'tcodat film and cameras through retail and cooperation they so richly sured opportunity tofully participate
an eyewashIf grocery outlets in New York City Is Inaugurated with ribbon-cutting ceremony in A-Mart deserve" in the American process -

NAME TWOCHICAGONPQMarplu' In spite of these measures, discount food store, Baychester and 233rd Sts, the Bronx Participating in the ceremonyare Vulcan is a fraternal organization that allAmerlcancltlftns
) \ Do.... has.named the first two the Irritant remains 1 our left to right, Fredeilck Coleman, sales representative for Kodak; Commissioner of of Black firefighters, can equally enjoy the full benefits
Black people to its board of,directors;and they are the first eye,you should see your doctor. Commerce and Industry D.K. Patton; Bronx Borough President Herman Badillo, wieldingthe 'employees of the New York of AmerlcanDemocra-
lay persons to be selected for the settlement house operated For any Injury that penetrates shears, and Reuben Patton, president of Uptown Products Corp, distributors of the Department It was foundedin ey.'
by the Daughters of Charity a Catholic,order. Picked to the cornea the sooner you see Kodak products. In a statement Issued by Mayor John V, Lindsay the first all-black distributorship 1940 by Battalion Chief More information can be secured -
serve are Clyde Reynolds admlnistiatov Provident hospital an ophthalmoglst the better the of the film and cameras is termed "a convincing demonstration of Kodak's Wesley Williams, retired, by writing: Conference
; and Mrs Alma Kinney' supervisor*family and children chance that your vision can: be confidence in the best ability and service standards of black businessmen." first officially recognliad of Black Professional Firefighters -

services, Chicago; Heights ;' J,7$:,5 saved. Black member of the Depart Vulcan Hall, 739
ment. Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn, '
:r EntertoiDiM8Hf Hues And Cries YetiriB Coner
L' r ) Elimination inequities a -, New,York, 11213.

gainst Black firefighters wars
STARTS EUROPEAN TOUR Incident in which BrOWQ was : BeloW are propelling reasonfor organi-! '
LOS ANGELESNPl.BlInII.ine.r ) accused of trying to run overa Veterans authoritative)Administration, answers by the to zatlon. Chief Williams was ast. & BEHIND

t r, pianist Ray Charles motorist, Charles Brush, .ong force In the battle.Enlightened YOUR
some of the current rMl
r' embarked on another of his 52, of West Hollywood, Call many and constructive
frequent Europeantours.Sept.. after a minor collision questions from former IIr.'lcem.n changes In offlclalpollcywere HEALTH
SS and their famlles.
MARK 28. After closing his current established.
Further Information
) engagement at the Latin Pearl Bailey Writes benefits be on obtained veterans Vulcan, Inc, can look back up o
Casino Charles and his may 30 of aggressive activity.
troupe, at any VA office.Q years I,.E.Klnrnf"'Ir., D.V.M.
completed a recorded-break- When Chief Williams became a
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED Book Telling : I am a veteran with three blood
STORE LOCATIONS lug engagement In the Cocoanut member of the Department be Imagine having a.
EDGEWOOD AND AVENUE B 814 DAVIS 1944 ATLANTIC BLVD. Grove of the Ambassadorhotel 'I years of active duty.-1959 to was th.Ir.tBlact. Nowthereare white. milk! Animate undergoing

''i KINGS RD. AND MYRTLE AVE. 308 BROAD 21st and MONCRIEF RD. and u a result, was Of Her ,life Story 1982. I was totally and permanently almost 700 Blacks In the bad as open'much-heart 80 surgery of their have

r Y EMERSON & SPRING PARK RDS. a 9th AVE. at 3rd ST., JAX BEACH offered a contract for annual disabled by an accident huge organization There are own blood replace with a
THE FOllOWING STORES OPEN SUNDAY appearances through 1972. "To tell some of the things Am I entitled to a now approximately 70 officers.In newly-developed artificial blood
EDGEWOOD AVI. JACKSONVILLE BEACHDE.TERGENT SEEK FCC ACTIONWASHlNGTONNPl.A I've learned about life. to nonservlct connected pension 1963 Robert 0. Lowery,' that U mow white.'
? !}>: The new blood 'It
concentrate on what I have' At 1'" Is The then president of the Society, live and its synthetic blood:
coalition of Black individuals gained from life, and not Just no. was appointed a Deputy Fire cells called fluorocytei cannot
and groups have demanded that on events," is whit/ Pearl ,basic requirement for non. Commissioner Mayor John V. be damaged-a*l:1 blood can
the Federal Communication Bailey set ou* to do in her service connected pension Is Lindsay broke precedents and -by prolonged aheartlung
that the veteran have at least machine. Therefore,
Commission deny the license autobiography! THE RAW appointed Lowery to the office machine be
,heart-lung can
renewal application of Station PEARL, published In September ot 90 which days tctlvt duty,wartime.any part of Fire Commission of the City.: used longer for intricate opera
WMAL-TV because it.t has u 93-cent Pocket Books wu during of New York In 1966.The tioS '
.., failed to depict Black life ,111' paperback par fgotivt. yW not dot.. Society hutakendeeplnterest Developed by Dr. Leland C.
: ,. ',an honorable'pay Thejglsck'United : Pearl, aUej'. '...we W. in all matters of commn-, Clark. Jr at the. University ofCincinnati
: GIANT ,59: t ,f' ,, flls my app Ueatvp' Medical Center the
orgur7aatiatsksostated "
/ ItfVMglnla with storfR 111I1 ODCtI1l.c. u. white substance is 60% saline
f t allowancenwlef
WITH J5.00$ : 01 MORE- FOOD ORDER 'BOX c'I that only one Black reporter childhood med10I: ,, ,the educational 0.1. Bill, how long made regularly toFounding the YMCA, solution and 40% a fluoroehemIcal. -
has been hired by the to Philadelphia where she woo New York Hospital, On using the "blood" Dr.
Washington Evening I Star, her first singing contest, and does It take to get my Certificate United Negro College Fund, Clark reports, "the animal refleiea -
other vital
of Eligibility from the and signs
which owns the television station from this first entry into the National Urban League Ameri '
Tiller slid1BEEF although the newspaper entertainment field throughthe Veteran*.Administration? were good
I A: Normally: it takes about
covers a half-million Blacks remarkable progressionof
three to four weeks. It is best LOW PRICKSfQUALITY
in Washington her outstanding entertainment
to file for Certificate of
ROSARY CONCERT achievements. From
LIVER 47 CHICAGO-).- Duke Ellington vaudeville circuits to presidential eligibility from upon the being Armed discharged WORK

( and his famous orchestra ,nominating conventions
to from the Village Van Forces regardless of whetheror ACCOUNTS"
played a very enthusiastic not you Intend to use Itimmediat.l "SOME OF OUR, .
audience of students guard to Broadway and the '" ;.J.M/:) ''''''''
and adult music lovers at winning of a Tony award ,. .Grand Park Elem School ... '"jt'-HI"'",* ,
Q I was Issued a Certificate -
Rosary college in sutauan Pearl Bailey writes about : Fla Star News
of Eligibility for education
...;, River Forest early last week.In her life the way she sings In 1967. I was unable to Carter G. Woodson School
". j addition to several con- her songs with warmth and Geo W. Carver School ,
attend school but I plan
CLOWKITE ,; ::, Sid Siii Bar-B-OaiBLEACH cert compositions, the Duke sincerity: to enroll this fall. It Is for Forest Park School Y
band played such numbers as It's not so easy to write the schoolaDdplOl'am.Should Ephenns Jr. Academy
"Take the A Train," "So- down This Is new t) me I same Edward Water College
Spare Ribs phlstlcated Lad), In. don't always hare the kind of I get an updated certificate Over 75 Weddings (color)
digo.' words 1 want to express myself. the orlglnlal certificateIs R.V. Dail 1.1.Elem School .
FIRST CONTRACT My hands have always A: St. Paa1lJ .l. Church
still if the
LOS been words In good program Mt.Ararat Church
ANGEuS4Pi)-Tan- my a way.
of study and the school: are
prize Record corporation, a Sometimes waving your hand still the A new certificate Astro GelD Men Club ,j .,
HIM. disc firm owned by famous a certain way Is better than same Joe Baker And Assoc.
10c is required only there
57o singer Ray Charles, last week wards This time U'. all Brayboy And Assoc. .*
signed Its first artist to a recording words .. no waving of the Is a change in your program Jaxvllle Recording Co.
Unit 1 wits : contract. He is David hands. or school
tUO ir msrefoederderU Bob Smith
Thome who cut his first sin- In this fascinating autobiography

ties sides In the corpoia- Pearl Bailey really rfa1flJnJ? A.M.E. Church, Alpha! Phi Alpha Delta Slema Theta -

.$. GOOD RIBSTEAK 'J. \, tlon's LES International Studios' tells it like H 1s.SCHOOL. Over: 50 private .Clubs Campus Towers =; Leonard

II. 870 cann CHICAGO-and his
big I hit with their "Soul
Sound," while playing to .n.<
When make the twitch 1O STUDIO
husiastlc throngs at the London .
U.S. Ki. 1 .::: House supper club last those new fall clothes, you

y1A.V week. The group was returnedto who should be sure your hair com 1511 AND MYRTLE Aft
Preschool youngsters EVENINGS 711-3200
I II pletes the fashion picture. Sun ,
; the Clubby popular demand., often feel left behind when
i Potatoeso 390McKeuii ASSAULT STANDS ,bleached, summer-weary dalrsheds 24 Roar Aiswirlif Sirrici
1 I. Bat school-age, children return,, to special conditioning.' i ,
SANTA MONICA, Cal.NP) the classroom, can learn-,
I Actor Jim Brown last week while-playing at home with

FrozenGreens failed in his bid to have an the' new school bell chime

assault charge agalnethim set from Playskool. The chime EARN -AND-LEAIN PROGRAM FOR WOMEN
aside on the basis of insutfl- inside the bell develops sensitivity
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was continued to next Jan. 12. toddlers, and letters rimming Offers A coarse In
The motion denied by Superior the edge of the bell provide a

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ago became a new kind of city with a new kind !!\ :" : f .". ,
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government. Is time !
to. look now. .and see what we have been able '" :to 'fii I' ; :' \
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.. 'the. attention of the entire country:}, '. G
People have their on us .i
eyes .
>; Within government Itself there Is a new efficiency and r
1 Being from Jacksonville means ?rf ,
t', professionalism. Under the Central Services Department ,
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,, t. The problems of the rightful place of our black citizens in J all services are centralized for savings In such things .

this community have been met head on: A Community Relations A/o as legal services, motor pool, purchasing; etc. M I

Commission has been set up. In department jobs, In elective ; :.' I

and appointive offices we have more black people functioning '" .:;.I"'j' I'

than ever before .J. 'r';: The Mayor's powers of ':;: ": ; .

:';. 'I .,; appointment make it possible for :, ;. : !

v We've begun building a standard us to bring In people with highly 'I. ,
Other new boards have been set up to help 'J.i; ,ythe stem Of water and sewer services for :, specialized knowledge and We have adopted a Model Zoning Code I ; ., >

.' people Alcoholic Rehabilitation Board,'Agriculture entire county. We are'rebuilding 133 f: experience. to guide us growing In a way which Is best :
Advisory Board Water and Sewer for everyone:Billboards and signs are now al: I
miM| of worn out ,sewer removing 72 !' '' f" I
,,\ Regulatory Board Child Service Advisory Board .,goutfalla emptying directly Into the \. being controlled. The county has'2 Its". ell t'I I ,

In addition, a number of Boards have been setup :; : St'',Johns., first Building Code ;., '.1II colt M,v I' '" ; r 4 ., I
so that the citizen has a place to go when \ : i\1' ", I1C i' 1 \ ...
(:' he wants to talk to his city government :;. k p I ", ,,,,",,. :;: ,._.''' I'

I ,. A new >wlde ambulance service ,:Legislation has been passed to set up a new
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: with full trained personnel end Department of Housing and Urban Development s '
'', w! equipment, I
... :; :L. i: special cardiac rescue, teams has been so that we can rebuild our slums and run 'jf t-cOverall t'
fire protection has' ,Installed down neighborhoods City may receive. ....u> n 1ll.J..,j,. :
\ much as $300 to $500 million In Federal ,*. :
I' .bean upgraded, phaslng-ln! of 100% ., .nn''It'w'
;, ," professional staffs for ell county fire .' ; Assistance funds through this program In the, ; \

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.o .'. '::., consultants to help our pendentludltsare possible for us to get more ;- .."
; Servicer r J promoting efficiency ',, for each tax dollar, .
"t ,. :: personnel manager and Civil '. ... ,
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through the leadership of Mayor Hans Tanzler and the Consolidated I .. .: 'a' + help protect buyers from being taken advantage of

'., City Council, lay the groundwork of programs and laws which Is ;,., ".'4.
f it building the Jacksonville of the future. With your help, we will move to :

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I Albany State. Completes Plans For Central City Classic In Macon Oct. 11 I

!' III. Governor CriticizedFor Black fh ors Plan Coil isacs Meeting Of Rams And Hornets

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I' Ignoring Cairo Blast 1\ :, f Renews Old Historical little

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INDIANAPOLB, nO).: Gof., the Invaded black community' finalized here Tuesdayfor
until nch tint a*It Uataured \ Ga.--Arrangements
Richard B.
OgiMeofimnou ; Central Classic pitting Albany State
the first annual City ,
that the protection no longer -
has been sharply crlticlsedby
College's "Super-duper" Rams against Alabama State University
needed" the jresolntloaaid.
Council for ChrlstianSoclal -
the at Macon's Porter Stadium on October
1 to be played
Action ottbe UnltedChurch 11 Saturday( steal .
of Christ for falling to medl- The resolution was pretented, 1 1'i. leonine grid units in smaucollege -
ate toe confrontation between to the 27-member council by : According to Albany State'sathletic ranks today.With soph
white sod blacks Cairo, the Rev. .Charlie I. Cobb, I officials, Dr. Billy C. quarterback Burke at the helm
D11Do1I. Mew York, executive director I m Black, chairman of the faculty the Rams are one whale of a
The council meeting here adopted of the United ChurchCommit- committee on Intercollegiate passing team. With such fine
a resolution calllni tee for Racial Justice. athletics, and ObIt W.O'Neal, receivers as Sylvester Blng
upon the Republican leader to Ifr. Cobb said that three mem* athletic director, the Classic Charlie Brown Neeley Lovett
convene ameetlngofrepresen- ben of his staff are cut h e will be an annual affair with and Art Cameron to throw to,
tatlTes of"all opposing groups scene andbaveseeahetullet- the Rams playing host to one Burke utilizes the air game
to begin negotiations that hall scarred homes and automobiles of the powers in small-col naturally u the Rams' major
continue until an agreement is. of blacks. He said there ban lege ranks each season. weapon.
reached." been two attacks In;. recent Toe meeting of the Rams The defensive unit, headed
".. farther call upon the months on toe low-rent Pyre and the Hornets renews the by All .. American candidate
governor immediately to pro mid housing project 1 n the I '11'I old rivalry of the Georgia The and Willie Dixon in secondary,
vide maximum protection for black community 'I Alabama grid powers. will have an offensive Interior
series, going into Its fifth
I line
year, now stands 1 and 3 with averaging Z60poUDd"ltb265pound
Walt Johnson
66 CADILLAC SEDAN DEVILLE $2795 Alabama State on the long end soph
COMFOHr CONttOt All CONOinONtB t WAY MATS.IUCIIMC WIN cC the win streak With the and 280-pound freshman Tim
DOWS.EltCTIIIC' UOHt PIMMtt Smith at tackles and 295poundBen
exception of last year's 24-0
debacle won by Alabama State Pelsey, a freshman, at
67 EL DORADO /1/1//111IIIe1111 4595 Shown checking details of a two-day conference, of Black Professional Vulcan Society: New TortjK. Babb,Clu Valiants, Fhuadei .*,lse all of the grudge battles between -, middle guard. Backing up this
Tilt mEtiNG WHIH.ctuiii CONTHOU t WAY eATa.CUMAYI. Cow Firefighter, to tie held, la I New York City oa Oct. II Pa.; W. Harris, Vulcaf Pioneers, Newark, New Jersey. The the two rivals have been eefy" Interior trio on the
TKOL All CONDITION and" Nov 1, are representatives" of oosponsorhtgorgantzatlons. Vulcan Society was organized 30 rears ago. Toe New York Fire close. defensive wan are S-5. 260-

2595 From, the left they are: T. Taylor, Vulcan Pioneers: : : of Hudson, Department now has more than 700 Black fighters -Vulcan Jerome Guy, an Albany State pound Isaac Bland, 6.5, 305-
RAMBLER I/Pe.Irelll.
69 New Jersey; N. Carter, 8r, PhoenixSoclety. ;D. Jackson, .Photo.. alumnus, handling all arrangements pound Irlad Plttmaa and 8-1,
,f'CTOIY wA_ ANnr.low LOw MUM, for the Central ,
South Carolina City Classic In the Macon first year performers.
........ |W$ Bobby Lee, in his second
el CHIVY II NOVA Ala State Begins area. In connection with the
UN.AUTOMATIC POWK TECHNO,'*CIO Y WAIIUNIfl year as Albany State's head
is distributing
Parade grid extravaganza, Guy
6 IUICKLI SAIRJ ......................................... $2593 Stale Gets Sears,, Sports some 4,000 ticketsto coach, is enthusiastic about
,. 'OWl"AUlOMA11C,11'ANAUTr the Macon fracas
ID* HlOf AIICOND.UII. against
6I CHIVElLI MAuaU "......"................?..".....:II. WAUTOMATIC. Scholarship Grant BYJKGBO.PJUSS mrERNATjoNAL First Year As Macon high and school Bibb students County area the "Bama St&tt""Wt'rtlook1q
.HIM.ONC Or OUI Mtl W1aHUAAII to the opportunity of showing
LUKE SWITCHES to be honored free at the

68 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX' '2995 ORANGEBUBG, s.C..south MEW y( &NPQ--Blf Lake Jackson. of the Philadelphia78ers Major University gates, If they are accompaniedby Macon offense fans our our hugh high-powered defensive

1 I All CONDITION I .AND. All THI 0000 II THAT MAKe Vt.THI GlAND Carolina State College has received switched leagues last week, agreeing oat hisoption adult. line and speedy defensive secondary -
MIX ;Iw.. a check In the amountof and then Join the Carolina Cougar of the rival American Poster Stadium, the scene of the Rams' coach

67 CHIVROLlf IMPALA nT.CM. ......_....jVI ......$1995 $1,530 from the Sear-Roe Basketball association. A former star of Pan American ALABAMA STATElI lSt .Sf. the staged affair, will get Its said ,
.AUTOMATIC.UN,POWER ItlUINO.AM CONBTKJI. f,: ,'\'. buck Foundation In support of,, college and the UJ. Olympic teanu, Jackson reached stardom TY began Its first academic first look also at the celebrated -
el CHEVROLET IMPALA t't, COUPI ,..,.,???.?.. $}1HiVI the President's Special Scholarship with the 76ers while playing on the same squad U super star year Monday with University 150 from ASC. the
.UH.AUTOMATIC POWIIItnUINO67WHDOAUXII300 N FundPresenting Wilt Chamberlain. Status. school's brassy marching be6 loo

.................................... $171 the funds to President Dr. Levi Wttklni'Presldend band. This hlghstepplng group,
I All CONII,v..HtOf.CPU AUTOMATIC POWM ITtlS NO.UHit M. Mateo Nance, Jr., WHY BOBBY QUITWASI@tGTON.NP1)Bobby of the University, stated; "No one of the best known college Fctltut'BY

I t PONTIAC TIMPIST..................:..............;... $30,.5 was James McElroy, Sears ( ) Mitchell, the National Football year of operation in the hi stay groups In the Southeast, will
; CUSTOM,AUTOMAII"I"NSM'UIONPOWIUTIEII..OI&tI' ( Foundation representative in League's second leading group gainer with 14,071, last week of the 98 year old institution vie. with the 140-piece all- -...,. a JOB Arc BMWSTn'
r We Take Deafi Where Others (Refute, .the Orangeburg, S. C. at ea. explained that he retired from active playing with the Washington \ will be more emphasized male Alabama State "black w.A.
Credit Approved en Spet" South Carolina State CollegeIs Redskins recently because he "couldn't stand being oa than 1989-70." He also related and gold" marching band,also, HIDDEN HOT SPOT
'" one of,IS predominantly- ,the team and being on the bt clI.' ne''Skins gave Mitchell that ,-'llwe are to continue one of the best In these parts, FISHING.
L Negro'Land-Grant Colleges ;who la second only ex-Cleveland Browns' Jim Browa la the oo the road to academicand In pis-game and halftime fes Some of the belt fishing
R. S. EVANS tcluc&Uonalt.ctllenct tivities. ,holes in the world are almost
i' recelvlngfunds under the program total-yardage department, a fr l.ornctJob. .
for the 196970. school ? must at all times reallte not Albany State, featuring 'can-, hidden by all the water around
year. GETS QB TEST only how we got to where w e ny Kennle Burke, la probably them
3rd &MAIN BUMBLING Lar-OtPO-TheBufaloBUlsteamoftheAaer- are, but why, are there and one of the most exciting of- Most,mad anglers lakes fishing the big
nun miss these
L6.13310KN'TI13t10F.hh6.|U"t7. : Norelt11cUoDllirt under the placed onrecipients lean Football League; Is giving ex-Grambllng star Janes HarrU' what we are going to do now hot spots because they spend
I .. t I, program. a thorough trial at the quarterback position. that we are there' Sonny LIsfOM most or their time fishing
f I I 1 above the dam which forms
the reservoir, while the best
Does The Thing fishing is often not In the lake
but below It.
q Y t x v t For there In the deep! pool
y1:1"db r db'r $j t HOUSTON-The: veteran former nt the fool of the dun Is
N e0d' <
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Wd ? 7' [, l heavyweight champion where largo numbers ot ash
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m.'" ,' Pr ) if p .yrY4 i YK, f 3 4F Cl 1T i k' S yd "sty atq A 99"'t Sonny Uston won his fourteenth end, to concentrate: The nth
log authorities at Mercury: out. ,

Vr"t y'A I day, Sept consecutive:tS:'by' L r:1t say that of hydro-electric this Is I espe. !

+ r ; Sonny Moore after 2.1S: of the 'power dams' When the generating .
't' s third round. turbines are operating

: Listen, weighing! in at 228 the discharge or fresh water,
l: from the lake Into the river
pounds knocked Moore down
% below will cause fish to move
once In the first and twice in sg' cream, coming right to the
i the second before salting him dam,
: for good with a r 11 h t When the turbines
1\{j fr. ,, 4 ,,, away are operating
{ $ cross to the head the discharged water

Listen was booed for slowness acts up odd currents and fish
will move with these
In the He Incomplete
fight. was Insects,
crayfish and crippled
commamd of the fish which I hive come
battle, however. Moore is a through the turbines
former Dallas Policeman and Visiting anglers may have a'
!had expected to stick out the difficult time trying to judge
I when these good fishing times
y yi 10rounder. occur so there few
are a
George Forman knocked out things to keep in mind if you
H Roy "Cookie" Wallace after want to try these hidden hotspots
r i 19 seconds of the second .

1 4 round. Electrical appliance are
i heavily used at certain times
of the day? therefore generating .
plants are going to
Alabama oper
M % ,State ate in accordance with the demand
,;JI On hot days, in areas
,where there are many homes
) Gets New, Perm. with air conditioners the pow.I.r .
'" ., load Is greatest during the

t ;! When we were only one.. : The five-year massive'Building the hottest turbines part will of \the be operatingat day and

Program at AlabamaState their peak during early
( :: ; University will soon'a : I ," night
nother completed modern
H i : .. .,. .> ', '',.' ". .,, ,-"'!"I''" ;' structure to the campus.Amid Darkness also brings an In.
J 'MI' > \ : in the
; ., : crease demand for electricity
multi-million dollar
... a projected
.f'J:, and night fishing below

,. . .' '" .. ,' ; : which pby.lcalplantpr has already in;o 1 era u d e m d the power. dams II often ,excellent :'

." -t Today, the new Consolidated :'i for five, ten,.even fifty years, :- four new buildings, over t h e The fishing experts at Mercury

: "' : ;, ti.... ; ,.:.'. .,.City of Jacksonville! la one year old, .Today, as we of Independent Life approach : '.,.. Ii ,last five years. the suggest checking with
power company operating
< : In 1921, we of Independent Life celebrated our Fiftieth Anniversary, we are outgrowing one : I Dr. Watkins, President o f the dam. They can often tell
) our first anniversary In our second Home Office of Jacksonville's tallest skyscrapers and, by the University, along with you when they expect to be
\\1! 'Ji fDttJ': ''i at the southeast corner of Main and Forsyth: achieving two billion dollars worth of life Henry Spears, Vice Presidentfor operating the turbines and will
also advise yon of the safety
stated that
.. ,, f,1 j'N", The photograph above shows how the "old" Insurance In force, are In the top 6% among the .' more buildings are, expected, regulations necessary for flsh
nation' life ermen In small boats when the
Jacksonville looked In that a companies ,
year I the next few
within, years
Is In
plant operation.
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'.h .: \ : a Jecklonvllle'lpopulatlonwtlthenebout And.we can t help but wonder what Jacksonville. >: ., '. ,:,

I ,! ,/ :', ;' ,' : 'one-fifth of the population oftoday Consolidated might accomplish In five, ten, or fifty years? : : ""(:. ''-. .. w mi usiiIIIU A' ..HATER

City The Tourist and Convention Bureau had Frankly;we of Independent Life believe that :' : .." ," .

'.; .1" : ,Just opened.. The Community Chest was being Jacksonville grow as great, but only as great; '; ; ;': ', IT III

: :' li .. ;, formed Women were voting for the first time as Its citizens are determined to make It grow. \;.IAI ; : U..f'

to I It'J .We have taken this look back because we ',' Your city Is In your hands .. WHEN YOU
: !' ,t"1. }; : '4, rAlleve that Jacksonville should be looking ahead .1 .' :'( ,' ,

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""North Carolina State Blitzes South Carolina State And Romos To-20;; r 6 Victory.. I

Quarterback Bkloa Benjamin CosckvMClekeR Floridian Heads Albany Clash Coach bUilh! passed Record Of

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Throws 12-Yard Pass To Lead Says 'WM

ORANGEBURG; S.C.-foeclal: (( to the Star) North Carolina Will'.r; NEW OKLEAOTLM'! b.1))__What
college coach has
AAT scored 13
Carolina State points In the second to defeat s' ML. & best record .ui.j' ,- & kqh football history? Tulane'sl Bernfeo'
College 20-6 Saturday night In Orannburr.A BJerman, who .r tier cent his tames from 1927 to
-- Don't cotQ:the Wildcats out, 1931.

lowed.capacity crow of 8,5'12101- Eugene Harrison pulled in a was Bethune-Cookman College Who has coached--and won-- 1922-26 and Loyola 1927-32)
10-yard pass from Quarter. Coach Jack McClilrea replyto the most college games la the 95 .. 46 12, 68.0 and Stan
The Aggies put together ;
two back
Stanley Jacobs for the question after a 10-0 loss ftoblnsob
state? Eddie ,the Galloway (Southeastern
0177 and 1951-
drives 72
yards, to first Aggie to Morris Brown'College in
the score, with 10:33 current Gramblmi1!I'b>UhIN 84) 14-42-5, 88.0.
wrap up non-conference remaining in the half. This Atlanta, SaturdayWcClalren victories InjfW'gimescoming '
battle for the second straight tied the score at 66. said "we'outplayed;them on Into the'989baaonr'' Famous BulldogsFeatured

year. Then, with a few brief sec offense and.defense..,(B-CC These questions,and several
ands left before Intermission compiled nearly 400 yards to-: others, were'answered when In
Lorenzo Pearson skipped tal offense).'But those! fumbles the Loutslanabpottelsftlrtea'
Sepia Features in for a touchdown from the and five IntareefUons:really Lion Dlrectou""ftoc1atIOll
third for the second score hurt"C' !..& researched the'ldJ-tlua.t-tol-'' New Sportsfilm
Special Story John Guy added the extra point, The'WorreflJMflrttally ,lege coaching tee rdslIth'the
bringing the score to 13-6 i n stopped>> by B-9C4 powerful defense state In cooperation with the TLANTAGEORGU-Bead
favor of the visitors. gotabreakafteraseriesof Louisiana Sports Writers'Association -' Coach Vince Dooley and his
OH, 77 StrikeThe Tommy Blue added the game's penalties against the Wild U part'of'the College Southeastern Conference
final touchdown when he blasted cats moved the,tall. Infield Football CenfennlaTcelebratlon champion Georgia Bulldogs
old-fashioned, long hot over from the Bulldogs' 3 In goal range factory Davis, this tall A mlnlmunof are featured in a new sports
,summer, Is nothing new the fourth quarter. kick -was good andlthe;>tlanU five years,'was used In training film produced by Coca
Sepia Magazine has proof. South Carolina State struck: school went ahead 3M0:\The } comparing the coaches' ca- Cola USA, A Division of The
In its September Issue arethese flrst-a touchdown. However, other Morris Brown tally 'reer marks Coca-Cola Company. The' film
words, "Riots, looting with 1:32 left in the first quarter came on an 89 yard punt re Blerman's toot,4-0 t record.was was premiered last week in
and burning are nothing new Quarterback Birto BenJamin turn. McClalren said "the 38-10-2 In Tulane's golden Athens, Georgia, at luncheon
for this country, going back threw a 12-yard pass to Interceptions were the results era. His 1929 team was 9-0 hosted by William E.Hopkins,
to the Boston Tea Party, the Halfback Will Alrldge to give of a pass rusti We'" find the and his im }Mfll straight general manager of The
Whiskey Rebellion the Draft the Bulldogs a 6-0 lead. 'leak' in the line when we view S before bowing fG htbuaCal., Athens Coca Cola Bottling
Riots, and most deadly of all. This was the opening game of the game/' The : : ? : Ifornla In the Road Bowl. Company. '
The Great Strike of 1877. the season for the Bulldogs. Wildcats' entire offensive line : : Blerman edged out Cente- Coach Dooley was a special
That strike was something. Saturday they will play another are first year players. Me nary's Homer. ,Morton In the guest at the luncheon along
Railroad owners tried to low- tough foe, Florida Agriculturaland Clalren 'praised 'tit. linemen r. percentage column Norton's with Mayor Julius Bishop and
er wager becauseofadepression. Mechanicalat Tallahassee. and expressed confidence In teams were &15-t for a University of Georgia Back-
A riot resulted. Eleven' While the Aggies were tangled the entire squad< M l percentage of 76-9 from 192633. field Coach, Billy KInard. The
states were hit. More than 45, with Johnson C. Smith of pie coach wi'rwe'r.pre Mfl film, entitled PASS DEFENSE,
000 National Guardsmen and 2, Greensboro, NC.-Mel Nicholson paring for a tough schedule Robinson's complete record features Dooley and the Bulldogs -
000 soldiers were called Into South Carolina State bead! B-CCi will meet Albany was before th going through drills In-
service. Public Relations State Ifi k home opener opener.18046.111 He surpassed, ',i'69 W Tolvlng' defensive backs In
New York and Pennsylvaniaspent Saturday night Daytona Mumford's' career record of plays aglnst various pass pat
more than million dollars GOOD GRIEF Beach The,following weekend 169 wins, established at terns. The film also Includes
trying to bring coolness. GOOD GROOMING CONE the Wildcats''will face the 1 Southern University In 1936- footage of the Bulldogs putting
Baltimore, Pittsburgh, Chi Kentucky State .College JY t'{ ( r 62. Mumford still stands third Into action the lessons taughtby
cago,.St. Louis, Buffalo, San An antiperspirant that loses Thoroughbreds! : in Orlando's t In percentage wfth 73.3, how Coach Dooley against Arkansas -
.Francisco and suffer Tangerine Bowl, October 11. in this year's New
Reading Its "anti" after the first hour ever, followed; ,by Robinson
The Central Florida Classic'will Year's
ed.Congress can make the best morning "puttogether" with 72.2. Day Sugar Bo,1duslc.
be the first annual alum .
investigated. S 0 also
fall apart no matter Robinson has passed the
did the National Guard and the how careful you are about hair, sponsored game., Many florldlA Bob ,Russ, a 6-3, 255-pound lineman, will lead the Albany State College attack record of 245 games,coached, "Specifically: designed to help
Army, as well .private make-up and the other good local B-CC al1UI1in'leadershave when, the Rams clash with Alabama State University In the Central City Classic at Macon's set by Joe Aillet at Louisiana high school coaches build winning -
committees.The grooming essentials. predicted l a sellout. Porter ,Stadium on October II. Russ, a native of Defunlak Springs, Fin is entering his, Tech from 1940 law! *' teams, the Instructionalfilm
New York Kerald-Trl- But it does have to be that The Wildcats move intoJlcksonville's -' second season as a regular offensive tackle In the Rams' attack The hard-charging sophomore Rounding out the top1 id In shows backfleldmen how
bune summed up part of the way. There's a new "time release" ,Gator Bow1'to take'on cracked the starting unit last year In the third game of his rookie season and has beena the percent es war to play man-to-man and cone
trouble It took a quotation antiperspirant available the Savannah State College fixture there since then: The Central City Classic, pitting the Georgia-Alabama Interstate Charles Mc1962presentJJ' i L'\U.\ defense, how to 'read" a
from Rev. Henry Ward Bee- with specially-formulated Ingredients Tigers, on,Octobec.l8t grid rivals, Is aimed at bringing college football Into the Macon-BIbb County area. Regardedas wl 11: quarterback, back pedal, stay
cher: "I do not say that a that become active one of the emerging small-college powers, the freshman-sophomore ladden Rams are AL. "Red" SWans quthcastern,1931.37) close to receivers, knock the
dollar a day Is enough to sup when they come In contact * potentially one of the nation's best small-college teams. ) 42 j d- .. ,ball "down,; Intercept and
port a man and five childrenif with moisture 70.9; Lee DeVall,>I ffl \IItID! tackle, said Coach Dooley.
a man insists on smoking NEEDED JN NIGERIA College 19S6 andlldHeese! Other guests at the luncheon

and drinking beer. But Ready For' 'The Battle' Emmett Reed Center Areas of Biafra recapturedby : 1957-65)) 64ZS, _:.J.. .694. leaders Included civic and sports
the man who cannot live on Bernie Moore (LSU 1935-4'1) members of the news'
Nigeria contains hundredsof
bread and water Is not fit media, plus representativesof .;.
83-39-6. 8UI; Clark Shaugh-
Scene Of Adult thousands of suffering men, Coca-Cola
to live .. women and children. nessy (Tulane 1915-20 and ,

f i J 6r r h. I r
i! Slymnastic Class

H... .l .,.U_ Ik.It t, J. ,II Ladles sllmnastlcs classes Old Taylor Presents: Ingenious Americans
r w' + +y : a will beglitat the beautiful new
((1877 STYLE)1) Whites got J"t Emmett Reed Service Center ..' "'i., r',t 'IKh':
started in the riotbusinessway Monday, at 630. Classes are I '
back then:, one hour long. They are for .
adults only. Children should
not apply. 3
The course will run through
TIME FOR A December 19. Persons Inter
ested In registering for t Ise
classes should call the Center ,
BLACK QUARTERBACK! 353-9021, and register I t b f
the receptionist. The course fI'
will consist of various forma
The last hurdle to freedomfor of rhythmic activities and I .:'
black athletes Is the body posture. Participants I .

signal-caller. should wear.appropriate .
,- clothing for the course The
.N r Instructor Is:Julius Guinyard
r of the Department Recreat
ion. Classes will be held in
: "" -
: r room 101.. '
t, : :
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75,000 black youngstersare 1,. I'
caught hopelessly in F:

orphanges today mI 'I Watch This Clown h
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SEPIASeptember' ,. -. .. :4 +/ .m.nNnG .. 6 ''',:.'
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Three of the powerful Wildcats: of Bethune- ookma.o College are shown above ready-tor a 1 ,, Norbert Rillieux (1806.1894)
issue at newsstands strong gridiron program for the year. On the 1e.11s co-captain Alvin Wyatt, of Jacksonville.
fowl In the center Is Willie Brown, captain, of Del Ray. On the right is Ralph Wise, co-captain, .J 1 '
M1amI.---MarUD Gross Photo.TONIGHT. ; i
32.. 22. 11 ::;

He made all our livesa

Jimmy Ellis Tangles 71Sometimes 15 IJ little sweeter.Norbert

He's Up, Sometimes :.
WHh Cooper Nov.1 i He's down. He Adds
Sub tracts. He works It all
Jimmy Ellis, World Boxing '
AsaociatlOllllUyywelgbfchampion around., Rillieux began life on a plantation that turned sugar cane juice into a finer
with domlnlnlon 31. 17 43 near New Orleans. He was a bright grade of sugar about half the cost The
: over 44 states, will fight Henry child and eager to learn. So his father, Rillieux Process was quickly adopted by
Cooper In a reset on Nov.. Coming Attraction .dous that the boy receive a good education Cuban and Mexican sugar refineries and
1. He Is now in Miami for ,sent him to Paris. Norbert Rillieux was soon the most fa-
training. n u itMAN'S Rillieux quickly lived up to all expecmous engineer in the state of Louisiana.

e Cooper, having leg cartilage tation He published several papers on Several years later Rillieux returned to
e F' trouble, was pronounced fit DAYSNUMIERED : the steam engine and its economy and France, only to find Europeans completely
for fighting recently.The was soon an instructor at one of the fin disinterested in his new sugar
fight was originally scheduled est Paris academies process.So he turned to archeology and
?, at 'p o rw.ihW for Sept. Z'1ID London. His education and training behind him, spent ten yearsdecipherins hieroglyphics.
That date was overruled b e- "Man's Days are Number Rillieux decided to return to the U.S. to Eventually, Europe realized the value
cause of a time difficulty for ed. Health and Fortune can put his talents to use of the Rillieuxsugar process and adoptedIn -
the network sending the pic be Your's when you know the early 1840's sugar was manufactured it in its refineries. With renewed interest,
tare back. your Lucky Days by a slow,primitive method known Rillieux again turned to engineering; this
1 / This will be E111I' first bout as the"Jamaica Train". This made it an time applying his process to the sugar
since a decision over former Lucky Colors, Set. (expensive,luxury that:only a few could beet. Results: Sugar production costs
champion Floyd Patterson in .Send $2.00 for your afford.. were cut in half.
Stockholm last Sdptember. B Horoscope Guide for One day, Rillieux ran his Angers Norbert Rillieux did for sugar what
Is also his first ilnceCooper's OCTOBERFill through a small bowl of coarse, brown Eli Whitney did for cotton.We may take
r ,last attempt to seize the title. sugar,and felt sure that something could his Invention for granted now, but each
The champ spent some time be done to make it better and cheaper. teaspoon of sugar that goes into our cup
111 the blank below and :' So he work. of coffee should remind of his
In Louisville with his wife and set to us Ingenious
1,children.Elite's. mall' to ZODIAC. Post By 1846 he had developed a process American. '
Office Box 1171 Jacksonville
title. recognized in : 32201NAME
44 states. and most foreign ,
"countries. The British Box'Ing .. ..__ ..LOUISVII.U.
Board of Control, however
Would you like to own this hondtome sculptured bust of Norbert Rillieux? It's r toll, made of
has refused to recognize
the EUls-Cooper; battle as of STREET -. ..... antique bronze cart stone, and carries the complete Rillieux story It costs' $5.00 (which li what itcotts
.] : i1 'rci1..j.1b. title status because of its af- us).Send check or money order toi Old Taylor, Box 4865$,Grand Central Sto..N.Y,MY.10017.,
filial OG with WBA. Please allow 8 weeks delivery.Offer expires Dec 31,1969.

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= f I'**iM.r I tin I N-OctBte RftNMI = 35,000 In Big Effort Mt. Calvrry Baptist Church Owner will finance after small
fill celebrate their anniversariea -
= rw ( down payment. Call JH-6746
Jointly on Oct: Sin the
!I := lip Ri4I & 1IsMI: CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 main auditorium of the church
at S p.m.:No.l,No. 3, No. 4,
f I ; ax iOasEtaNd : Rosters of winners sad of. underwrote 121, No.6. No. 8, and No. 10.
renewable ThoTJcIi
t fI Arr.1st&Nlr : Students mart than, those 1,700 Just Commended below four -students year Scholarships.Negro In Palatka FOR RENT l!
compete simultaneously ,
: i331I ,Semlfinallst levels, will be I M oocondo as millione do with
In the Achievement : tORA'J EL. Many:: dnnlloto :
sent to all accredited colleges I APT. nnfrnsd, pvt. bath, h-c ncommond
: Program and .the National ORA-JEl until rou litprof.nlonl'
& IBrif U and universities The country Merit Scholarship Program Ifrt.CJ.WUliamspresldent, 1 i i I water -DO children. 111 Da- : eeotm.nt.w.
has been divided Into six geographic 4' at toe WomeD'lAuI1l1arlafth via St. UNFVRNSHD rooms
both I
of which
are administered orajelBipisit '
divisions and each has by NMSC but St.James Baptist Aisoclatloa I ;also,same address. =.=?
= a Semlfinallst group proportionate not be awarded scholarships. and Eer.C.J.Watkins,moderator >, '
to its Black population. by botJa. win convene wits tat
.." : Each Semifinalist who becomes Officials warn the public of SUlob Baptist Church In P a-
We a Finalist will be considered making comparisons of lathe from October 8 to 12. $10.03 II Yur Fitin'
f_ = tor one of the National Ie.l.!.Wright ishostpaa- -
!! schools. The brochure reveals -
: Honor i m1I7'Ir : Achievement ships: as well$1,000 u for the Scbolar-tour- "It is the individual and tor.give MraWUllanuwillprestd her annual address. TRAIN NOWiM KEY, _PUNCH.
Student who has achieved and
;rrrrrrrrr.rrrr.UUUIUUUUrrrrrrr i rear Achievement Scholarships who is honored by inclusion The theme of the convention .Pay .Baliici Latin
E EI provided bjr the sponsors. In this list. Leroy L. Bass Jr.above will "Hie Gospel For All Ages."
E REG. 2.55 N.Y. STATE'S In 1969 72 sponsors serve u Community Organi Echoes will be given by II v e JACKSONVILLE.TRAINING ,--
-ser for the Jacksonville Urban ladles who attended the House .
: Introducing AL WALKER League Citizenship Education Party at the Florida Memorial
Program. Mr. Bass can be College. Mrs Gertrude D.
Barnes Is chairman of publici-
reached for information a
I r 00'Rr ASST. MANAGER 'the Urban League,829 Pearl ty. 218, W. Adams Strut 356-J301-
The first session will be at
Paune Chapel A.M.E. Church
t on East fiat ; :

a Rev Glanton And TheImpressions

: Pink or lAX | QT. : CITY New Mt. Olive
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LOW r :
Show :
: White PRICE! : Baptist Celebrate
1104 Beaver St.
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U New Irft.allYl Baptist Churcl1 y.', Starring
REG.IMPORTED U PH. 3557662 win be the scene CM '*celebration
E s. _o LLOYD'S E A1L 'llKEI t for the pastor,k iv. :
W.L.Clinton, and for thect igretatlon ,>r. ,{f Millie"COLLIER
from Octet: a
: I I = B.F.Ge FRONT_ END'LONG through October 10.
The church Is located at Hart "
GIN : MILEIS black ALIGNMENT and Brady.On .
uOYD'S Monday three churcheswill
gstn Gs 3 f or = 1 1295 .ull. 4-.99 be present, namely St. : ,
Matthew, Be,. H. Walker]
9.95 : pastor St.t Joseph, Rev. Ed-
14 ;
775 x
== 349 irr.rrrrrr. A/C 2.1" vita ,ward pastor and Mt.Moriah, ,__ AND MANY OTHERS
38.95 Case: Rev,Herod pastor. }** *
Tuesday will feature the presence IN ANALLSTAB
:rr .........................i: h.,1111 Mister Treads of three churches,
IRAKE JOB namely:St. Mark,Rev Levant .._ CAST
Disfit/ I IfM. in Sc fnd/ .illla'U Illrld; Summervllle, Rev Bard and *
125114 Colossians, Rev Crawford r To Be Announced Later : -
34 88' 175x14 On Wednesday three \
E QUART TEACHER'S 8.88 Exchange'FORD&CBEV churches will be present. I, at theJacksonville ,.t
namely Bethlehem Baptist,
E SCOTCH ; '. Plus F.E..T.sicto37t, Rev W.L.Williams,St.Luke, Coliseum
1W1IFJ5 Rev. Trowel and Magnolia,
: -- 00 3 for 21.45 Rev People. Oct. 10
4jt7 ............ I BRAKE Four churches'will be present Friday Night, 1969
: SHOL Thursday, namely: It,
Peter, Rev Trobert Second .
: ;
.,. -.=-_ Case ADJUSTMENT 6.95 Baptist, Rev Batuel Deland 9:00 P.M. UNTIL
; -
Baptist Rev. and Jerusalem
97 ....I."tAO' Pus Baptist, Rev.Croom
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Rev namely Lee McQueen Royal Tabernacle,Mt Pleasant ARCHIE BELL.....&. THE DRELL

,Rev,Glover,Greater Jerusalem STEPS .
,Rev F1nne,.All are
Ron & Lucious & The Swinging Soulstess

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