The Florida star

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The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
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Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
S.W. Harmon
Creation Date:
October 11, 1969


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Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
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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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fIAMI-'lbe, shocking suicide .
of Judge Henry Arrlng-
ton, prominent churchman FLORIDA CHILDRENHAIL
Miami ;
barrister, has beenassoeiated -
with rumors that the
likeable Mlamlan might bare ,
misappropriated some ( i

$100,000.This was the opinion expressed JH4)'

by his doctor and close o LUNCH WEEK
friend, Dr. Edwin Shirley on
the same day.According 4iR
to Rev. Edward T. 11 ; t tw.
Graham, pastor.of the Mt. ** ** ** I

.Zion Baptist Church; "Henry Fli. Edicitors ,
bad the money in escrow. We Charged ,
.aa Suit Seeks
don't really expect to recover Jailing

anything It is a terrible blow. ;; In Praise For I
We had so many plans." I With t Shooting
Estimates of the missing For Tanzler
funds begin at $52,000.On Mayor Food Program
the morning of the tragedy : Dvriif Qurrel \
Judge ArrlnKton is said to ha.. 1 '
Lunch Week
tried to put himself in the ,/ ,An argument over a loaf of And 6 Councilmen
Is part of the Duval County
police-controlled section of \; bread, which led to hospltalIzatlon for better educationand
t the Jackson Memorial Hospital A.L. Lewis Elementary School's program has been enhanced by the aggressive action on the 4 I, for a local housewife,' ** ** ** program is being given particular )
Institute part of lathers who plan a Dad's Club. A group met recently. Suggestions were made, Including O.,and a 40-year term for a man emphasis from October 12
Rev. Graham felt that more a Father and Son Night, Male Visitation Day,'and participation In a Christman party who stole cash and cigarettes, Sam Jones Lawsuit May'Hold Up to October 18. More than
serious repercussions would for students. The group was also presented with an otter from an Interested citizen, J.T. to the amount of $413 high 700,000 Florida children are
come from the tragic incident .Collier, of Pilgrim Health and Life Insurance, to work with a boy who attends the school and lighted some of the Weekend Sale Of 190' Million Bond Issue glad that such a week can be. t
Considerable wondering bad needs help. A membership drive Is on. Pictured above are some of the persons responsiblefor happenings in the Bold New celebrated.With .
gone through the congregation the organization ,namely, from the left: Thomas Roondtree, Home Bound Counselor) City
and through the large group of Joseph, M. SmlUv.Elsl ...Johnson. ..teachers, Frank Jackson and Roy G, Lee, Mrs, Beatrice Mrs.. Hazel., Hartley 46, Although Mayor, Hans Tanzler has been chalking up some the allied new year those most
Arrington friends as to, till Baucura, a PTA representative and ITieodorj Montgomery, prlncjiaL, -rtitgSanders! ind |l Oak Street'was admitted political victories In.. r!cent days,. there are still .,someJaxros' closely with the program
$, reason JottIM 1IicIW.'r.} "t- "ht'r9hkStlilthlrl'tldt 33obSdt IfilFadhWASt idlb6'P6dtorax, a.wwutt .,..."to till,&! UedlcaiLC nfe/ifttt. ,wa i are out Soy.Ms_scalp::' : *: ol' proper diet t aiwf food for
Dr;' Shirley related thai.the I 1 i having\ been shot on her front Notably. among them Is l Sam member f'l board or commission school children are making every
late Judge came to lilt none porch "Investigators\3. C; Jones,. disputed president'of, or of any stale agency effort to secure better on.'derstanding'on .
early ,on the morning of his Discussion Of Race Soutkem city;/} Tpmlinson and J. C. Wilson the Florida Voters League or 'authority of any county, the part of all
death at'about 6:30. He was said Mrs Lillian E. Spencer, Third Congressional District municipal corporation or any concerned.
j with Archie Langford,a friend. Gives (2, was, taken Into custody at who this week filed an amend- political subdivision who vio- This week begins the second
He awakened the, physician. Support her borne 133 Magnolia,after ed petition for an injunction to lates the provisions of this Sunday In October of each
t Arrington, 34, killed himself Seen As ImportantIn a quarrel{ with Mrs. Bartley. set aside the water.sewer and section! by attending a meet year. It is one of the points
in the home of Dr.Shirley at To liberalism about a loaf of bread. other utility taxes which were ing not held In accordancewith of stress of the American
2000 North N.W. 56th. Mrs. Spencer's bond was set voted Into by the City Council the provisions hereof is School FoodSevice. Association. t
Dr. Shirley said be bad made at$2,501. earlier this year guilty of a misdemeanor and The 1969 theme is"School
several [appointments for Education IssueWASHINGTON ATLANTA) -The City of At. Alfred George Wiley,21was Jones' previous petition for upon conviction thereof shall Lunch Means Good Nutrition.'t-:.
visits to the psychiatrist but lanta, with a population: excess sentenced on October 7 to an Injunction against acts of be punished by a fine of not More than 21,000,000childreit:>:J
that Judge Arrlngton did not go. of 200,000, r e a c bed serve two. 40-year terms after the CltJCOUDcUoDtI1eerol1Ms more than $500.00, or by Imprisonment enjoy a daily variety of United.*:::
He said be had little or no D.C.-Ten black leaders speak out on black ahead Tuesday, gave Uncle pleading guilty to two store that utility taxes voted upon In the county Jail States-produced foods,under*:*,
knowledge of tte financial Tom a knockout blow, made holdups Charles Cook this year came after a secret, the Federal program, and an; :*
education where It has been and where it has to go, In the Judge for not more than 8 months, :
difficulties in which the Judge October issue of Today's Education, official publication of liberalism a password for the Howell,"'Jr., of U.. Criminal meeting at the Deerwood or by both such fine and Imprisonment almost equal raUonsnoi number of food : v
found himself., Dr,Sblrley said the National Education Association future and, when the polls Court ,said both sentences Country Club was denied by ." service opt> parlel- :|: "
he bad cosigned notes in ex- closed and the tallies were could be served at the one Circuit Judge Albert Graessle. Noting under the program.
cess of 150,000.Janus The Immediate message that principal of Stevenson Elementary recorded, showed that It, Atlanta I time. However, Wiley must Although Jones set forth that 'heselunches! are designed :: ,
all ten authors project Is that,. School, Detroit, defends stepped from the ranks finish serving a 35-year sentence the secret meeting violatedthe 'to avail the child of a know t
Browi;' as a 16th century essayist put the right of students .-,, of bias and prejudice by giving Imposed by a Lake- "government In the sun- ledge of food, to acquaint him-.:
it, "the most universal quality' black or white -. to proteston a majority of votes to a City Judge. shine law," he failed to set with the proper style of eattng;:::
Is diversity" Joseph C. Duncan campus. Having "taught liberal-moderate ticket Wiley confessed in April to forth all of the governmentalbodies and to give him knowledge of-:-
Denies. Boff. | ,, principal of the Jones these children to analyze, to A Jewish liberal, Sam Mas- the November 1968 robbery that come !under the the benefits to be received;*:::
Elementary School Yane.yvUle criticize, and to try to Improve sell, 42, who ran on a platform of stores on Cleveland Road "sunshine law." Thus, Judge Individual food habits a r e>::
N.C.; sums up this diversity themselves..when they heed emphasizing racial harmony and to the holdup of a storeon Graessle took the view that broadened. ;*;;::
Father Of f Kid by writing "Who 'our advice and attempt to was ahead In the may-', Moncrlef on December 2. there was no violation since The Association stresses
speaks for the black man?Is a correct abuses in our societyby orally race. Mas 1111 was The total take was 3413 in there were not enough members the importance of dally,regu-:: ..
SACRAMENTO, Calif.!- "Question of the past. Today's the only means they know, popular with the Negroes and cash and cigarettes An accomplice of the City Council present lar, and propermeals. It has *
"Soul Brother"James Brown, black man has no one leader; we beat them over the head received a large vote. This '' Albert L. Ansley, at the secret meeting to been discovered that food IS,.. 1
according to an attorney The second message they present and point accusing ginger" put him is serving two life terms, form a qourum or bring'about the most Important single influence -: :'
came to a point settlement shows unanimity on the Speaking of a broader unrest 'gationlsts. having been sentenced In action upon any law or laws. on a child's life. His;:.'
with Mary Florence Brown, necessity for building self- among black students, Price Horace Tate, the first black August Wiley,was sentenced Jones la his amended peti- vigor, rate of growth, ability"
20-year-old Sacramento fan ustreulngrelevancy Cobbs, assistant clinical professor 'candidate for mayor in the after Dr. Ernest C. Miller, tion Is claiming that there was to learn and, Indirectly, his
club president in a paternity as well of psychiatry at the century In the city Massell psychiatrist, reported that he a violation committed in that achievement are more than'
suit, against (the nationally to today's" urban way of We. University of California Medical will face on October 21 Rodney was sane. members of Consolidated MAYOR HANS TANZLER dependent uponthe quality of
known signer and businessman Bayard Rnstin, executive Center, San Francisco, Cook, 45. a moderate Republican. In other happenings Leonard Government's Finance Com- food he receives.The .
here this week director of the A.Phinip Ran says: "The American Revolution Eight'<; candidates Green, 49, 5557 Cleveland mittee participated In the Jones who paid a utility bill nationwide network of
Brown testifying only once, dolph Institute, New York City has finally been Joined .were. up for, winning Alder- Road, was charged with shooting secret meeting.In under protest and gave noticeof services Is admirable. There'are
did not admit that he Is the writes: "What the hell are man MUncan,.'12, ran and his wile, Mrs. Inet Green the new petition filed In his Intention to seek reliefin many small enterprises!
father of a ODe-J8ar-oilibabJ' soul courses worth In the real lost. 40, in the right leg. His bond Circuit Court the plaintiff the courts charges in his operated by school boards..
Michael Dens Brown. world? ,In the real world, no The historical precedent wu was set at $2,501. Mrs.Green ,cites Florida Law Chapter petition that the members of More than $250,000,000 are
Terms ofme settlement were one gives a damn if yOl'/" the choslng by the people of was reported In good condition 286.011 which reads as the Finance Committee who spent by the industry.Folrlda's .
not released, but rumor bad it taken soul courses They want. Atlanta of Attorney Maynard In Duval. A ..38calibepistol follows: attended the secret meeting program is administered '
that the money would be less to know If you can do mathematics -' Jackson for vice mayor. 'H. was used ,,Patrolman Robert "PUBLIC BUSINESS, MISCELLANEOUS included: by the State Depart-,
than the.' $5,000 per. month, and write a correct ran against Alderman Milton .George, Jr. and Patrolmen PROVISIONS, Hans G. Tanzler Sulzbacher Jr. as ment of Education. Schools'taking
sought,by. (f fee young woman ,sentence" But Nathan Bare'' Farris, assumed to be a tough M.L. Massey were on the case. Pubjlc) Meetings<< and Records; Mayor, and I.M. part follow a menu pat
former;Interim chairman of contender. Joseph Kelly,. 69, reportedto Public inspection; Penalties. and W.E. (Ted. ) Crlssett, Jr., tern set by'the United States'
the Department of Black Nevertheless Attorney Jackson -' police that his home was "((1)) All meetings of any and John F. Lanahan and Department of Agriculture
1 Studies, Saa Francisco State received 54,455 votes entered and that $300 in cash board or commission of any' Homer H. Humphries, 'lr., Decisions, are based 'on r.-
College, takes the view that .Farris received 36,299 votes. and $3,000 In matured U. S. state agency or authority or and Walter Williams, Jr. and .search in nutrition Stan-;:
'Mayor Ivan Allen who beat J.E. Huntley as City CouncilMembers darized menus are 01 twd
black studies are essential Bonds were taken. Kelly and of any agency or authorityof ,
Georgia's Governor Lester and H.S. Albury as types. As a part of the ob':
building ego Identity'and bis wife were at church. The any county, municipal cor-
ethnic confidence. "Someday. Maddox for mayor eight years borne was ransacked. poration or any political subdivision Tax Collector, all of the Consolidated servance of the week autho;
i ''soon, some will specialize in., I ago, did not run. i C.H. Horn, owner of Chung's except as otherwise Government of Jacksonville -' ritles set' up a '"Universal-' k
Mayor Allen that t tI/ e et al.Preacher Menu.'* A- "Fiorlda Pr 0-'
ii black studies I graduate .,' Chop Suey, 2268 West 45th, provided in the ,
i school' pod'they may earn record set by Attorney Jackson reported' that a Black man at which ''official acts are to ducts. Menu'-! has also been-,
''PfLD-s 'and EdJXs in black *y black people.'AM we now' indicates that Atlanta does entered the restaurant Sundayat be taken are declared to be Read Own publicized. More than 747-,
Intend to force'America to Dot Intend to vote solid black 846 Florida children will be-*,
studies, Hare predicts. il2:2S: a.m. and pointed a public meetings open to the '
William E. Adams, a'classroom make rood Ita'promise of and white Intbe future. pistol at him The bandit took ;public at all times, and no refit. I t
teacher in Franklin Elementary being a'melting pot where all" 'Jackson's. victory has shattered all of his money and put it in resolution, rule, regulation or Death From Pulpit Those involved,in the d I.' '1
School, Baltimore, are,respected and honored. all precedents. He balled a paper bag Patrolman H.K. formal action shall be considered rectoperatioflof the program ;., E
Md.,focuses on toe most re- Co-author" of the book "Black Us victory as "the bertnn.* Hardy reported the bandit escaped binding except as are most enthusiastic. Glenn: {,
strictlve facet of today's ed- Rage Code concludes that fag of a new day for Atlanta" In a car* taken or. made at such meet- PRETORIA. South Africa:.-. 'Johnson, director of thr.School /
': IICaUon '-'-' racism when he "we must male:this>pitlfffi.*. Be told a '..suggests (bat 'whatever the one vast encounter group,dedIcated "This is a new city that has 'Wilson,4 was treated in Duval "(2)) The minutes of a meet-' taketh said .Rev. William Is Joined with his field staff;
; suggestions for improving the and committed to 1m-; 'said-we want to have new, Medical Center ,for:'a bullet Ing of any such board or commission -. Kau Mosue, guest preacher at In a'high.,appraisal;of Its ey;
BROWfl'rBrown 'education of black students, it, mediate change, to radical, ideas i Pm not going to Ie t > wound sustained after he was' of any such state the assembly of the Apostolic program.* Serving with him,
JAMES. mitt be remembered that the transformation of the national lie ,people,of the city down 'hot in the leg by,his son. agency or authority shall be Faith Church Hammanskraulbefore 'are Miss Versa Chitty, Mrs.:
was well-defended t7i problem is not really with the, 'character. All schools including .Attorney Jackson is 31 yearsof 'Anderson,Is'reported to banc promptly recorded.and such, be suddenly < arne ,Vera'Berglund' ; Mrs. Jessie:
i :a barrage of ]lawyers and bad' school la particular but with those where* r age' HelosttoSenatorHerJBU < .
,his personal attor y.SeJIatar'1 \<*r society.In general;; Hack, ,should devote an entire wt-1 'I. lUaadge last year.Far- I!chased ,toe'boy' with 'a 410-' inspection. The circuit courts voice Mrs Cbrlstobel Zadra.These
; Leroy Johnson, at his slde.;"> Americans-want to be on.the erto"discussing' nottdag{ .botir : -1.rtsi'Ms: opponent in this,race, gam*.shotgun/ '.The, 'two of this state shall have Jurisdiction -'. He then dropped dead., ,fine workers attest to toe. fact; r'that
TIle,court case took place on ''" Amerleaa scene wherever. ac.' .coatroversWject'o; i ; *i*' ''wasiwamoed. .,,strafed;\ the front lawn. to Issue Injunctions to The congregation did not despair -' Devil County gets the be-''
t ,September 17. The entire ;the action Is -wtta nodenskctapportanUybeeauee/ ..;, The Is ,taken,i ; .,,tiAeksen" has said that he will '.."... 'discharged.: ; Detective enforce the purpose of this or become panicky. ;Instead neflt oft every cent spent by.
groop of lawyers worked out a' : of separatism' ip by represent all the people. He Sergeant! W.L."' Weston section upon application any the members said that dally participation in the propain -'
.settlement for the young wornv :- ,IIC'.',, v. ; ;, rj -t,:{,"' ; Sidney, f. .Walton: Jr., prln-; '.carried M percent aft, he JllaeeC..tiaeUytar''o14;; : ; boy citizens of this state his passing thus was token' ,r i i Parents are urged to

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Published by The Fjort Stir.Publishing Compaq .'""" .

., .' Whitney M. Yoiag, Jr.

MEMIERNEGRO s// 7: fI'yS There are nearly 30 million Poore people In this country, and

to a large degree, they art unrepresented me governments of

PRE TJONAL' their cities, states, and nation. .
Sure, most can vote.But there's alot more to government than,

the Congress or local legislatures.!

ERIC! 0. SiIPSO..lll iuING 'EDfna' Most official rulings tBat affect our lives never coma: to a vote

I In a representative body. They are made by administrators and

I bureaucrats In hundreds -
r t

Such agencies decide whether a
road will run through your

MAILING ADDRESSP.O. neighborhood, forcing you out

f.' of your home or"business.They

BOX 59S, JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 32201 ;' ;, decide bow to Interpret regulations
determining who is to get

CNCMLWHTS HAS BLUNTLY STATED* t much; what housing codes are

PHONE 354-6792 UHATHADKCOHEtNCREASIHGLYEVIDEMrlTHAT' to be strictly enforced; and a

1NENiWNAAYINI$WA77Ot{IS host of other day-to-day decisions
that affect lives.
MIAMI, OFFICE 5013 N.W. 711 An. PEPMITTIHOAMAJOPRETREATINTHK, r In a real sense, these admin-
STRUGGLE ACHIEVE MEANINGFUL' / istrators are accountable to
PHONE 751-3079 no one. ,


SUBSCRIPTION RATE found that most never bothered'to

One Year, $12.00 Half Year, $7.00 Mailed To You BUT THEY LACK/JACK/NO OF THE e / consult with the poor when
they formulated rules, and one .
Anywhere ta The United States '
had set up machinery to do so. WHI,1'NEY M. YOUNG;,JR.
PLEAS SouTHFmcoN1tRIATivE4 I' 4 So we have fine-sounding laws passed and then they arejd-
Subscription In Advance
Payable INSRFFRAINFDFROy6PEAKINGOUT ..t ministered In a way that sabatoges their original purpose. And

ON THIS CRUCIAL ISSUE."j, other'agencies, such as the police or the schools, operate In a
Send Check Or Money Order FLORIDA: TAR-PO.BOX 599 V/, manner that often is prejudicial to the poor and the black.

NY TIMES IIj One; step that could alleviate this situation Is ta create an

'!h JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 32201 official voice of the poor an office of Poor People's Advocate

l 4.01,1 .

On the federal level, this should be an executive department

staffed by legal experts and by people who have first-hand
HOW NOT TO ENFORCE THE LAW I knowledge of what it means to be poor In the world's richest
Or A Divine
.Economy country. It would represent the Interests of the poor before
SU "ItI- ..
other government agencies regulatory commissions and

federal departments.
The following 'release from the Spiritual Assembly of the .
Before any agency puts out a regulation or a ruling that
,Raha'is of Jacksonville, Mrs. Lucille Barrett secretary, is a,
would affect poor people, it would have to consult with the
consideration of President Nixon's proposals for annual wages 1 .
Poor People's Advocate to determine the effect on the poor.
for the needy. This is a contributed release and does not Hearings would have to be held to give the poor a chance to '
;necessarily reflect the editorial policy of the paper. YOUR WEEKLY be beard. .

President Nixon's recent proposals for a guaranteed annual Whenever an agency did something against the Interests of

wage for he needy may have been revolutionary and distressing \ the poor, the Advocate's department would have the right to

to many Americans, but to members of the Baha'I Faith it was go to the courts to ask for Judicial review on behalf of alt the

one more evidence of the quickening influence of their 125-year- poor. And it should also have the right to Initiate law suits in
old religion on the minds and hearts of men. HOROSCOPE GUIDEr
Baha'l defense of the rights of the poor as a class when necessary.
When Baha'u'llah He the Founder-Prophet of revelation the detailing Faith, ,M :r When a utility, for example, asks for a rate Increace, It has
ascended ln'1892 left behind a copious
batteries of
w hlghprlced lawyers present its case. But the poor,
of His Mission. the unification of 4 ,'
the for the relization
means -
Ira who will have to foot the bill for price rises that may be discriminatory -1
mankind and the establishment of universal peace. Social and
economic Justice were emphasized as essential to unity and IY PAILO THE ASTROLOGER are not represented.The .
\, ,: < office of Poor People's Advocate could end that particular
peace. His Writings on social Justice admonishing and advising ..f. :
His kind of powerlessness. It would build Into our institutions
and Individuals voluminous '
governments, peoples are ', 1 "
of government a way In which the rights of the poor
Writings on the essentials of a divine economy are specific and
.detailed, Incorporating In their essence the principle of the ,WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS can be protected and the voice of the poor heard.

guaranteed annual wage. Such an office should be duplicated on the local level, as

Americans were privileged In 1912 in hearing Baha'tfllah's FOR BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL ? well.
economic Teachings elucidated by His Son and Appointed Interpreter The Interests that run our cities don't need special pro

'Abdu'1-Baha, during His eight-month teaching tour of tection. They already control the decision-making apparatus.But .
North America. the poor, if they are ever to escape from grinding povertyand

*iTh.peasant..class and the agricultural class exceed other hopelessness, must have an Institutionalized defender of
AIIES'BOAN4'M -:!-,'tANCER* LIBRA ... ,u. 1u their Interests. .. _
cusses in the importance of their service, explained I It, "
'm I'f'
: CAPRICORN Itj' all comes down to matter of priorities Ifthis1
Once .
u'l-Baha. ,Fffoeelng from this foundation described ; I.ilillt ..... again,
C I27tl ) j 'm : ;: '
tilt "general storehouse" of a town or community with its :!: "BORN" SEPT. ROIN' nation; despite Its'wealtb, really believes that "the poor

revenues'accrued from'tithes, taxes on animals minerals 221*.;i'liLY 22H; DEC will always be with us," then it will continue to Ignore simple
(one third from each mine prospected or discovered), persons 1911 23rd OCT. .23U_ 22ii IAN: 19th jostle and neglect the vast, wasted, human resources that ,
1 should be developed
dying without heirs and "treasures found on the land.
Collection of tithes or taxes was planned on a graduating Discover each day. For those done It's But If we make the elimination of poverty the top national
Be with the show. of
It. At first Many
your you Ifs play. The new lunar It should be. then creation of the office of Poor
scale. For example, In the Baha'I economy if the Income and who are curious and glad to be who your .
opening you see to off a are having or about toce .
carry would .
phase confirms that the People's Advocate be a step a major one toward
If alive the follow other
expenses of a farmer were equal, be would pay no taxes. days each deal to lebrate will
your advantage. do not your birthdays play Is for the highest stakes. restoring the democrate rights of 30 million of our fellow-
his Income were twice the amount of his expenses, he would paya but they are not the same. ,
hesitate to take It (llth). It certainly bet b e centersof
tax of one tenth of his income. If his Income were ten or There always Is somethingnew often' is wiser to loathing special attention this year. In You aim for all or DOth1nr.Butyou Americans now denied them.
times than his he would be taxed one to see hear learn and also have plenty of company -
twenty greater expenses, ,
unusualcases loved
first and to tell others afterward very ones,
fourth of his income. If his income were $100,000 and his ex- discover. IPs Just a matter since It then Is too late friends neighbors may Join comprising people who ICC Consideration Of Black
have the ambitions and
he would third of his Income to the of tearing one's mind same
'penses $5,000, pay one away for them to try and stop you. hands in making the occasion
his from oneself and who may be equally determined
general storehouse If his Income amounted to$200,000and being opento
Cancerlans who are of the an event to be remembered
expenses $10,000, the farmer would pay taxes of one half of hwat others are saving, A to win. You cannot afford Operated Carrier Application
his Income. thinking, doing. Those who' that does not clampen the spirit ((11th). feeling of securitymay to get cold feet, to lose heart,
of romance or enterprl se also be Instilled by what
"Reverse taxation" or the equivalent of ft;guaranteed annual have remained unwed should for this Immediately could
should seek the company of the someone near and dear is workIng
wage would take place when the farmer's expenses exceeded once more mull the matter one who attracts themmostdur, out In your behalf. It could place you at a disadvantage The following letter to the editor has been presented by'
to Interfere
his Income. He would receive the difference from the general over and find out whether they not allow your feelings -
log what should be for some, diminish or eliminate entirelyany either since they Timothy Person, Allstates American Van Lines, St. Lour
storehouse or treasury. getting enough out of life a long weekend 41th( -13tht economic worries that may better who is appealing>> for authority to operate a nationwide black
In short Baha'u'llah has and made provision in this way. Anyone who Is overrule Judge
recognized open
have disturbed some of you in certificated carrier of household, goods, first In American
ment when the being
chips are
to the
the Baha'i for Individual differences in capacity and suggestion of forming
economy alliance 455146045552LEO recent months (12th-15th). put down, History Mr. Person's letter Is reflected In remarks by the
,an may be able
productivity.Such (to'count
Hon. William Clay Missouri In a reprint In the Congressional -
a system envisions duly elected trustees of community- on many elements to 7-77-19-42-168 Record of Sept. 19, 1969, 7687.
held and disbursal which would allow bring them good luck andhap- ::
J resources a system any 4-66-20-84-312 During the month of October, 1969, Interstate Commerce
local surpluses to be sent to a national treasury. piness, after the llth. Commission will rule
on an application filed by a black
j' Although the preeminent role of the farmer is emphasized, BORN IDLY trucking firm to allow it to become the first national certificated -
\, the Baha'I Faith also recognizes that the financier, the industrialist SCORPIO AQOARIOS carrier of household
goods to operate the history of
the merchant and the laborer are needed and 23RD '. AUG. 22il BORN OCT. the U.S. ,
"each in his station in the social fabric must be competent; ( BORN JAN The Administration has
set forth
a policy of "Black Capi
each in his function" according to ability, but" .Justness of opportunity 'It ,tits NOV. 22if 20th FEB. '19th talism" as a means of developing the economic resources of
for"all, says-go. Makethis weekend the black community and thereby
providing equal opportunities
"The result of this system," said 'Abdu'1-Baha, "wlllbe that JOIN APRIL which initiates this second to black businessmen to become more active lathe free enter
each Individual member of the body politic will live most com quarter, a particularly restful Ask yourself. While itls necessary prise system of America.

fortably and happily under obligation to no one. Nevertheless, and relaxing one. First of all. to listen to others, In Two Is togetherness Your The black business community has been
2fltl MAY anemic
be preservation of degree the world of 29(1( it may be a long one for tb e order to learn we must not chosen life partner may have because of lack of to economically
humanity to realize must shape own destiny..Naad
there must needs be degrees. The body politic may :people who also are off on Mon stint when we have something come as you because of the unwillingness of the it' ,
well be likened to any army. In this army there must be a Be sentimental. We are never day tocelebrate Columbus Day to offer in return. Whether It have some time ago, that the the tools by which to develop those power structure to'give

general, there must be a sergeant, there must be a marshal, too busy, or we should not ((10th.13th). But this will not Is In the sense of knowledge, future holds no dread for either Money Is tot the only resource for and
there must be the but all must the greatest; amenities prevent the active when you work closely to development
Infantry; enjoy be, observe the little ones among friendship or affection it Is growth.
comfort and welfare." that make life human and you from seelngthat things get an obligation that cannot o r gather Apart, each becomes The free enterprise system Las .

While orphans, the aged, the poor and the.disabled would be agreeable. While we should done on schedule no matter: .should not be shirked. Weal! easier prey to the many 1 nfluences Industry, talent and ideas Individuals been founded on initiative,

freely assisted In the Baha'i economy and aU would be enabled remember this In connection what overtime or extra expense 'IJ' remiss, at one time o r against which we all patience, time and effort alone yielded whose Investment.. of

to receive training and education, Baha'u'llah has exhorted with stringers, it is of the. may-be. required (14th,15th). ,another If not deliberately constantly have to remain on sound economic base from which the the dollar profit -the
the poor in particular to "exert themselves and strive greatest Importance Insofar' least thoughtlessly. This can guard. Reaffirm this belief :America has developed high quality" of life in,

to earn the means of a livelihood," citing this as a "duty" as concerns dear ones. They 288186045264run be considered Just as blame and Intensify efforts to draw But, In the case of the black
which is accounted In the sight of God as a "goodly deed." need love and attention In order worthy In either Instance by up plans ton:the future that economic entrepreneur, )hit' develop -

Because the energizing Teachings Baha'u'llah, are gainIng to be happy and to make those who expect the best from ''will promote besides greater material happiness time ,and effort,resources but because alls-not of the because unyielding of lack of energy of,
comforts pressures
who often us happy in return. Although us.
credence the world racial
throughout among discrimination
exercised '
,and privileges (lltti). by the power structure. ,
Him Bah'ls convinced that the principleof there Is considerable emphasis
know nothing of are Many federal regulatory agencies which '
have the to
the guaranteed annual wage with its corollary statutes and on work It should be set NN ill 3-70-99-13-435 grant authority allowing the growth and power
expansion of business
provisions will generally accepted as both Just and aside often and long enough to 8-44-90-12-612: enterprises have
soon it :'JEPY. 22il : built-in restrictions which limit me'black, (
feasible. provide us with sufficient time 211' businessman's entry into the national business ." '

,MIf to spend with themllth-HJh). ,SAGITTARIUS PISCES Time and time again, the black community bas been forced

4o listen to shop-worn terms such as "j*,
1 "pulling yourself n by
A flying start. There Ie BORN NOY.23rd IOIN FEI. the bootstraps," "you people are going to have to be more' ,

A College Stideit Specks GEMINI, sperity.several.roads' But the leading to pro- '. DEC. 21st 1M MAI., 20th responsible can do, and last but not Ieast"thts a free country, '?
If t I IPresident one named you anything you want, try hard enough.V. '
MAT'21st speculation Is a' false trail Ww trying bard enough, and we're Dot asking for money. [
Or Bins B Irm-nn ION sending Its way to what couldbe only a license to do better than we've been doing,. ..
HUE 21st substantial reverses Instead Go to It. As long as you Make it official. While tbe The time bas come when the power structure should put '
(10th not overtaxing preceding quarter favored or shut ,
..- ). The others that are your up up., i
'bear legitimate markers do' strength and endurance, you" planning and preparing, :the There Is aD estimated twenty-flYe minion'((25 000 000)black "

Nixon's "Mew Federalism" sounds like a dressed It'. forever dew. The more not hide the fact that hard may proceed along the lines moment for definite action. SIJ'JS1 country and Dot one """H*,, ,trucking J \-

version a thing changes, the more It work, good trading practicesand previously, set forth. The may be considered ripe after authority to serve the total .
of the otd faahiaaed "states' black -
up rights" ,
community.- i'
principle, it has been In new; lunar phase Indicatesthat the advent of the New Moon
Is the same or so some Instances, a bit ** evidence that
Under the "New Federalism Jtf&rsss ; the white local aged
sayji the .President, administratton -,. claimed. And yet, each day of luck will not leave you disappointed a wish may be granted,. (1101)). This happens during national carriers
of "
his come"
are not i
proposed federal program of uslstance" -, may be the same and, at the when destination mainly through social connections .' the course of along holiday Into the black ghetto to give willing to
would, "for the first UmP.'be'tar_ over to the ., hence violating to EC,
states and local same time, forever, new. SO' Is reached (11th). A. good that are both close weekend, for many people. regulations by denying service to the ublic : "t
governments inasmuch in the .
.at "they are it Is In our creations, affectionate -. mentality priceless, bat and widespread (llth.Everyl) In regions where the;weather U you have been refused service
to do because
position Job better. of rice ori
'ties cultural Interestsand 'when it Is backed day affairs can be somewhat, Is umsuallycooperstivt. where live your .?
by you please write. '.
us a letter j
: You.figure out what this meant. If the states; art running'the for those who don't' PYIDc'detaJ1a1 : j
U- Irksome, will head for thr great If
entertaining pastimes. plus, It can take one t o many you are. white and have
assistance programs, what's "federal" abort them?Bant the the spirit ofdlscov- outdoors aDd contribute to ouseholcl beea'ClYea poor .service bf sHY .
ranos shouldcertalnlyprovidea highest goals atttalnable .,possess goods Carrier
till federal ; JOG write too '
government long aided slate-operated Welmre constant source of inspiration #4th,I 5th). :ery, that takes the monotony some 01 the wUdest tralflc jams need for the .service w. need profU'" ,
programs?'Then, all tIIat'.1IfW about the Klxoa proposal a a d surprlsev +' .out;: of.existence (lZtII). 'I" that often occur. Mates
entertainment ,
oat ". the first VI 1Tn,8hyLoPPeerrsoh American Van
<, time". la recent jars, t President Is, t..3' Woes, IIO'l 1J1..
ta effect, Mpoutlag a principle dear. ,to. the Hearts toothers;i. .' /IJ./ see 'Conrresalona1. ', .
white racists-states' Sept II 1969
Bon. William
5-44-15-30-28-415: $ 9-66-13-80-49-453 f.50-14-68-195 4-70-33-18-425 BillJ Clay).

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I. -Emmett Reed Center Announces Full Program Of Activities For Bold New City;; I

I Services Offered In All Bethune Cookman's_ Royal Family Of 1969F

** FieUs Of Activity FreeThe 'V -] _-- 1ohvordtltullan I

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Emmett Reed Service Center is now under full swing,
with Julius Gulnyard In charge. All services are offered COSMETIC
free to the nubile.
-Delta SIC -Theta Sorority meet the second and fourth dttHUBUff even I
is offering a course in typing Mondays of each month, from j
and shorthand on Tuesdaysand 8 to 9:30: p.m. WG A

Thursdays: from 7 to 9 Project tutoring Is every ,
Wednesday for those in the a 1
p.m., in room 209. Instructors -
are ,Mrs. Bruton, Mrs. 3-6 age bracket and meets
Gleen and ,Mrs SaUye Mathis. from 3 to 5 p.m. "
A Consumer EducatloncourseIs The Boy Scouts of America 1,
tinder the supervision of a group recruiting boys for .r rT+ .1 1
GJEO. Mrs. Mary L.Dempsey various troops and teaching itr1 AQUA NET TAMPAX
is conducting the course and. leadership' and character
offers sewing classes ,on building to young boys Is : .
Tuesday and Thursday from 9 open to all boys.A HAIR SPRAY COUNT j I.. 12 noon and from 1:30 strong program has been ls 10
t 14:30. Workshops are held established for the vocational ,.;
Mondays from 8 to 12 and and rehabilitations improve- 10
from: 2 to'4:30. ment of the handicapped.Mrs. 2/ BOX ]
Cooking'and: home management Eastman is director.
art taught every Thursday The Florida Department of ,w.y. '.
from 9 to noon and from Public.Welfare offers assist- e > ,I OR ::
1:30 to 4:30.-An InterestingArts ance to the needy and to per- .'j :
'and Crafts course is sons without work Mrs. Wil- .'1, oo .
taught for senior citizens lie Richardson and Mrs. *
on ," .'t1F ;.' \ 57 3-$1 1 :
Thompson are charge.Dally "
Fridays" from Z'to 5 p.m. ... \\,'. '. ea. : r
On Tuesday night sewing is advice and service are pro ''' '
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taught from 7 to 9 p.m. vided. :r .: ;;" ::
The City Health Clinic is Mrs. Faehee is director of ..,.. > I > 'V !,.,''.\< ... I ,j'
open every Tuesday and the City Welfare Agency ;..\. :I .J eew Mxd ., : I
Wednesday from 9 to 12 noon Charles Brooks, educator,is ,>, t. : I
in charge of the United Negro "" : !,
Mrs. Arnold James, Dr : : '" .
Cowdery and Mrs.Crenshawgive College Fund. j tIAr -", ,
information on healthcare The Jacksonville Urban ___ :noxzema ; \.:: i
League dally offers Information -
and Immunization shots. r-- $- ., i \ / t
A clinic is at mother'sserv1ce. and help relative to civic ,i, I"
baby. matters and Jobs. Leroy Bass ., i. r..' ,\ ... "......<.. : ."3. ".".....,/.., ,
The Head Start and Day Care and Clanzell Brown are in to : Jt { \
Center opens at 7:30 am. and charge. : ;.., ..... ,: I ,I :\\\I\,......
closes at 5 p.m. Mrs.Anthony The Florida State Employ- _
0 o*. site mrdltatrdmmmmm 14 os. "b. bott' .
Mrs. S. Murphy, Mrs Hor- ment Department offers assistance -
tense'Williams, Mrs. Nettie In employment with An outstanding event at Bethune-Cookman is the crowning of events, namely the Central Florida Classic on Oct. 11, in ( ( U UIIN(1InnPJl(
Brymer Mrs. Betty Robinson Mrs. Lankford as director. Miss B-CC. Dr. Richard V. Moore, president, this year Orlando, .and the 'Gator Bowl Class Oct. 18 in Jacksonville. :
Mrs. Barbara Shubert, Mrs. CEP, Concentrated Employment crowned Miss Shirley Sellers center during a recent care' ,"They: are, from the left, Miss Janice Patterson, Miss Sophp. ,
Artie Brooks and Mrs. Cilia offers help and assistance mony. Miss B-CC and her attendants will serve as official more; Miss Mildred Harvey Miss Senior; Miss Shirley 67'I 61
Howell are on the staff. This to young adults in need hostesses for the school during the 1969-1970 academic year. Sellers, Miss B-CC; Miss Doris Golden, Miss Junior and
program is operatedbyGJEO.A of employment. The office is They will also accompany the B-CC Wildcats to special type Miss Cynthia Reese, Miss Freshman.--Martin Gross Photo. ."0 "'.", p. 1'.'.. I.Iff ".", p. 1'.'.,
kitchen provides hot meals open dally. Mr. Moses Davis - Cleanse. better, fights dry skin Kill grrou by million on con-
for the Day Care Personneland and Mr. Clair are directors.The better because lit greaseless tact. Freshens and sweetens
Is operated by .Mrs.Doris National Welfare Rights Miss Joan Crawford Pledges ', .- Crawford Ideal night cream. breath nil day Terrific value!

Brown and Mrs. Howard. Association has an office.
The recreation staff operates Mrs. Fluker and Mrs. Gloverare Troth To Samuel E. OwensMiss Jrvwens i iI
under the auspices of the Jack- directors. ;
sonville Recreation Depart- A full recreation program is
ment. The program Is set up now in operation. There are Joan Crawford, daughter of Mrs. Beulah Crawford and'of '
for all ages and for both sexes. parallel bars, side horses, the late Mr. Algla Crawford pledged troth to Mr. SamuelE .. I
Julius Gulnyard, Johnny wall pulleys 350 pounds .of Owens, son of Mrs. Ruby Owens and of the late Mr. Grant .t.
Thomas, T. C. Hayes and weights, table tennis, boxing Owens on Saturday September 6, at 6 pm"ln the sanctuaryof B
James Henry operate the pro equipment, billiards bumper St. Matthew Baptist Church. Rev. George Price, pastor, s.woraTNRep.
gram pool checkers cards,basket Dreslded..
'In the Community Relations ball and paddle tennis. The bride wore a full-length ford is a Jaxon. Miss Delores a

division, police Officer Scri Slimnastlc classes for ladies gown of silk faced peaude sole Moseley was maid of honor. site Clatrol knit rlnth llnrd .
ven and Lieutenant Goode are' are held Monday Wednesday with an Empire: bodice cen- Other attendants were- Mrs.
directors. Information per Friday 8:30: to 7:30.: tered with an organza bow. Shirley Hosenford,( Mrs. N RUBBER GLOVES
taining to police and com Persons Interested Jnthjse\ TheVenlcelacebodlce featureda Gloria Brooks! niece: of the NICE1' EASY
mun1't1''related 'questions is programs,,.shgtild.confact: the mandarin\ I riecklinq'ol Jeweled groom, Mrs. Patricia'Madi )
avallabl ;" "U w<".U9! : 11Ir..' .agencies Mrs.' Park'' and Mrs. 'Griffo 353-9021,, Julius Gulnyard, JS sleeves accented with lace and Miss Sheryl Crawford, .
offer Information about Girl director.,! I j.> at. *'j t trim and ruffled trim red lace sister of the bride;> qt a ff romp. \flmt all f mpmlmf .
Scouts and Campfire Girls. cuffs. The A-line skirt was Mr. Raymond Owens of New The hair color Perfect. for. wishing hand Jill from n or
fan protect
The Y.W.C.A. and its activities enhanced with Venice lace ap- York brother of the groom, Sr you |bit tliamnoo in. Complete water I In cloth) limit: comfort:
are under the direct- Georgia Librarian pliques 'and a semi watteau was best man. choice of lovely l.a iihadei.
ion of Mrs. McIntosh and Mrs chapel train of Peau de sole Ushers were Mr. Charlie W .
Baker, who are conducting: adorned with a border of wide Me Clendon, Mr. Leonard' + nI's
leadership and character Visits Mrs. Williams scalloped lace. Baker, and MI'.RobertBakAr,.
building programs for all age Clusters of lace leaves halo cousin of the groom and Mr. yr" :
groups., 'Mrs. Shirley D. Rowland of 1 styled, enveloped with pearls, Leonard Austin and Mr. Dan-
Every Tuesday from 3 to .4 Macon, Ga. visited with Mrs. centered with an organza rose iel Crawford, brothers of the 1'.."* ,
p.m., the Blue Triangle Club, Dorothy Hair. Williams, recently secured the bride's multi- bride \ \'Io
meets, and Includes fifth and tiered veil of imported 11.uslpn. Miss Pamela Austin was __
sixth grade girls.; Mrs. Rowland Is head librarian flower girl. Kevin Lang was Miss J."C.; ;;;; rd. shown above, and Mr. Samuel E. Owens
The Young American Club in the Macon school The bride carried a prayer rlnebearer. were Joined in holy matrimony on September 6, at 6 p.m., at
concerns those from 17 to 25 system. The visitor was ex- book topped with an orchid The after-weddlngparty was the St. Matthew Baptist Church. Rev. George Price officiated
years of age. This group tended many courtesies and and with miniature carnationswith held in the ballroom of H 011- The newlyweds made a trip to Mtami Beach and are now residing Maybelllnf Rlomarh Upsets n..d
meets each first and third satin leaves. day Inn. in Jacksonville
was entertained by Mr.Arthur '0 _. _ _. Moybelline Eyebrow Pencil AEKA-SEITIER
Thursday, from 8 to S p.m. Hampton and Mrs Saran Wil Mr.Freddle Crawfordbroth- -- ---
The .Y-wives, .,;adults only,, >flacon er of the. bride, gave the Business And Professional Club Winners Maybelline Mascara ;. .
'. bride in marriage Mr. Craw- Moybellini Eyeliner d3 .
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HIGH POINT NCTIe Johnson Wax Company recently sponsored the Miss Business and ir
Professional Women's reception after the coronation of Miss B t P W at the thirty-fourth- 1..TI' 3I1 bpi SJ
11UflZReaves brea hleaa' annual contention of The National Association of Negro Business Women's Clubs, Inc held .. .. !
to v you at The Andrew Jackson Hotel ia Nashville. Pfctmed here are Mrs. Shirley Hlnnant Bell -
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New Saint James A.M.E. Church Observes Annual Women's Day

A Grant' For Softitn Uanrerstty Salem St. Matthew St. StephenLists
Mrs. A.D. Harris Will Serve Baptist

I District No: 1

I As Pastor For Day At Chirch i..r Plans Dual Day Ready For Tea Services

New St. James A.M.E.Church, 2128 Forrest Street, will o b- For All Citizen

serve its annual Women's Day Sunday! October"II, beginning For October 26Mt. The following persons will
School at 9:30. hostesses for the
with the Sunday : serves u
The organisation follows dith win preside. TheB.J.Williams Season Tea Sunday at 4 p.m. Rev. W.R. LavariL Jr. and
Chorus win of the Junior Church of St. Mart
Junior serve
: Mrs. HatilePernr,gen Salem Baptist Church, in the educational building Church will be
eral chairman; Mrs. ynette u guestcbolr. Rev W.Q. Rogers pastor, St. Matthew Baptist Chorea: Baptist seen.,
M The youth will present the Johnnie Mae Preston, and beard in a one-night re..
Braggs, co-chairman; r a. will celebrate Dual Day Sun- Mrs. :
A..D. Harris, pastor-for-the- following program: Opening day, October 26,' throughout Mrs. Sallye Bryant, Mrs, s "Youth Crusade S ,;
the night, Oct. 19, at (;
day Mrs Annie B. Madison selection, "Leaning on p the day. Patricia Sims, Miss Hattie ;
ator Everlasting Arms." B.J. Mrs. Lillian Stephen A.M.E. Church, lathe,
secretary; Mrs. Arzz n Officers for the ladles are. Underwood,
Reynolds, assltant secretary; Williams Junior Choir; rrtti : Y I Duress Chambers, chairman Farley, Mrs. Florence Mill- auditorium. 't
The revival is a part of
Miss Verpnlca thev
Mrs. Leatha Jones, acting Mrs. Catherine Sampson,pro ere
superintendent of Sunday Bronner; Prayer, MIss Nen- gram chairman. Officers for And: Mrs. Zelma Wade,Mrs. program of the church which;'

School; Miss Delphine .Thomas la Braggs; Chant choir andcongrepUaylntroduCIion the men are Deacon George Saunder Fletcher,Mrs.Gloria leads to the anniversary ce-,4;

guest superintendent.Guest Tucker, .chairman, and Rev. Sams, Mrs. Irene Henderson, lebration.The .
of Mlstrest of Ceremonies, Brown Mrs.Ruth revival will be sponsored;
choirs are the Young Calhoun, program chairman. Mrs. Louise ,
Adult Choir of St. Stephen Miss Marjorie L. Perry; lo .'' a t Sunday School will begin at Rentrope, Mrs. Louise liar- by Choir No. 2. Miss Patricia:
A.ME. Church and the B.J. Welcome remarks, Sandra r t 9:30.: The morning devotion grove, Mrs. Curley Brown, Laval will serve also. The.
Williams Junior Chorus of Perry /. beins'at 11 a.m. with Deacon .Mrs. Lucille Dawkln, Miss memberships of St.Mark Bap-v
Mt. Olive A.M.E. Church Reading, Miss Willie Mae A. Wilbert and Deacon Linda Fay Jacob, Mrs. Mary tlst and of Elisabeth Baptist,.
Guest ushers will come Dean; Instrumental solo, George Tucker in charge The Francis Bowman. will be present. Rev. W. R.
from the Friendship Bap Miss Sequanfta Butler; ReadIng Home Mission Society meets Also: Mrs. Ethel Wright, Lavant! Is pastor' of' .both'churches ,

list Church and will serve. Cynthia Perry; Selection'* N 'm at 4: 30 in the auditorium.The Mrs. Rossle Carter, Mrs. .
A.D. Harris Junior Choir; Glover Miss Bev- St. Stephen's' Ways and
at the morning worship hour, J pastor will deliver both Vermeil
Miss Belinda Faye '
Committee b
Heading/ to Azaline Means sponsoring
11 a.m. sermons. Weekly activities erly Braffly, Mrs./
Committees serving, with Frances. will be as usual. Turner, Mrs. Llllie T. Lee, the affair; The boys and'
their official setups, are: Introduction of Speaker by Mr. George Davis, Mrs. girls contest will close. 3
Music, Mrs. A.D. Harris I Miss Majorle Perry. Speaker .. ,,, .' : Emma Melton and Mrs. Alice Mrs. Eartha AfcGowan wit'
Miss Carol Mercer. Invited to present a program on October'
chairman; Mrs. Annie Mae Rev. Stocky Thomas. All are
Sumpter, Mrs. Beatrice The offering will be solicited Ij : this tea evenbyDlstr1ctNo.l.Episcopalians! 12 at 7 p.m. .All are InviteC;
Hamm Mrs. Marie Duhart by Jack Johnson, Jam es St.Stephen sponsors many1
E. Perry, Curtis Hamm and Shock activities. Sunday School begins .-'i
and Mrs. Lynette
;Ways and Means: Mrs. Mary James Dukes Jr. To Speak At at 9:30.with. Dr. A.C.J
S Johnson chalrmanMr.; .Esten Miss Mallany Williams will I r .' iJ + Before Allocating .Madr, as superintendent, as-'
Porter Mrs. Mary CruelMrs present visitors. Miss Mere- .. ,slsted by his staff. Consecraw1lion
Robbie, Baker, .Mrs. Mamie dith .Perry will make the Jun- .. tl Central Bapt.Rev. DETROIT:--Old Mariners services begin! at 10:45,'
Campbell chalrmanMrs.Mtn-; ior captains report. Financial 7 ti Mk + Episcopal church here is hold At 11 a.m. the morning ser
nie Pratt, Mrs. Annie K.Hub- reports will be made by sen- ',' t.I( wellktawnminlter ing out on its portion of dona- vices begin. Rev.Webster will'
.Stucky -
bard Mrs. Alice Hubbard, ior group captains. The financial tion to the Black Economic speak The male chorus and
yY of the city, will preach a t
will be glvenby!
Mrs. Emma MontgomeryMrs.I summary Development Conference.The : Usher Board No. 2 win sera;
i Mrs. Hattie M. Perry, gen- Central Baptist Sunday, Octo- church has JOO downtown during the day. At 5:30: the
I Elizabeth Wright,Mrs. Gwen 'Dr. Vandon I. White center of Southern University ber 19 at 4
I eral chairman.Mrs. president Is shown receiving a grant for p.m. parishioners. All members A.C.E. League meets with-
dolyn Chatman. $1,000 from the Gulf Oil for In At this time District No. 2 ,
Lynette Braggs, co- Corporation me the chemistry department of the school. of (the riverside church Mrs IDea Scarborough u su*
Beautification Mrs. Mary
: Pearlle chairman, will make remarks Robert G. Renaodin of the New Orleans Marketing District of the company is making the will observe Its anniversary. have received letters outlining pervlsor. Parents are urge
DeanchairmanMrs.; Harris Mrs. Perry, Rev. presentation.Flanking them are B.A. Little, vice president for business and finance at Southern An Interesting program has the objection of the officials to send their children. ':.
JohnsonMrs. Obzine Lau-, Harris and Mrs. Harris and Jerry Cole, Jr., director of the Southern University! Foundation. Gull Aid to Educa- been prepared. All are wel to give! to the $200,000fund Consecration at night begins ,
MrsjSallye Paulk.Mrs. will make remarks and tion Program grants have gone to more than 40 black-oriented colleges and universities in come. Rev. Levy Green 1 s informa-
retha BryantMrs.RosaLewls. without more 'at 6:45.: The service begins at
observations. the past few years. pastor. Mrs. Mildred R.Robinson -
Sponsor and Adds: Mrs.Ann- Is president. tion. 7p.m. ;
ie B.MadlsonchalrmanMrs. Old Mariners portion is 700. On Monday night the trustee*

Arzator Reynolds, Mrs. Pence Baptist Minister's Hone _.. meet. The Ways and Mean;
L ........... ...B -
Pearlle Johnson, Mrs. Marie r. ...............'% Committee meets Tuesday at.'I .

Duhart, Mrs. W.EA.Harrls, '. :' j"u ; pm The United Choirs meet

Mrs. Eva Guyton. '. f fclf, : .........r I -1.I '..........> E at 7 p.m. Class 'meeting' .is.
Public Relations: Mrs. AJ>. : 'r L.1I1'tII 5v held at 7:30: p.m.
Harris Mrs. Lynette Braggs, The Male Chorus rehearses
Mrs. Mary, Williams.The .................I ................ Thursday at 7:30. ..

organization for the Sunday t GREATER NEW JERUSALEM BAPTIST On Saturday at :Saturday!

School hour follows: Rev # Thursday evening at 4 p.m. the Girl Scouts will meet in the EMANUEL BAPTISTOn church meets On
AJD. Harris pastor;Mrs.AJ). 4 j Yqr annex. All Scouts are expected to be present. Friday at 8 p.m. Tuesday the teachers' meeting and the prayer meeting are 7:30 the "young adult choir
Harris, pastor-for-the-day; the pastor Is asking the church to accompany him to New Mt. held with the pastor and officers in charge On Wednesday the meets. *
Mrs. Leatha Jones, acting superintendent Olive Baptist. Rev Glanton !is pastor. Saturday at 2 p.m. the Senior Choirs, No. 1 and No.2,rehearse Jointly at 8 p.m. Noon- Harvest Feast Will
; Miss Delphlne young adult choir will rehearse at the church at 4 p.m. Choir day prayer services are held Thursday at the church. The
Thomas, guest superintendent; No. 2 will rehearse Sunday School begins at 9:30: with Sup! monthly conference will be held at 8 p.m.On Saturday the male End.unday \
Mrs. Eloise Under recording .' .,; E.R. Ashwood in charge At 11 a.m. the morning service be- chorus will rehearse at 7:30.: Sunday School be gins at 9:30: ,with
secretary; Mrs. Virginia! Gil- ., gins. The message will be delivered by the pastor.or hi* APr Mrs Mamie Fields and Deacon George Smith in charge. The The Feast of the Harvest at
more, financial secretary. _... polntee. The B.Y.p.U. begins at rt p.m;with Mrs. L. Shepherd; ?.rlelaoswtllberpvievedbyansppotrgepC blttlO! : IS"helctat- the House of God 1918 Mehar'ry
Guest teachers are: Mrs. it '3 ,ff' '::. ( president, in charge The evening worship .begins'at'six: '. 10:50: amr.The. morning worship begins at j 1 a.m.'with the dea-' ,,will terminate SUDday.1i .
Clementine Brown,Bible Class tY ):. O'clock. The anniversary of the pastor begins Oct. 12 and."" I, cons''In charge. The band of fellowship.wflf bFtfveWlb's'li new-, church D?located 1 two and
Mrs. Janle Jenkins, senior tt : f} 'continues throughout the week. Various ministers and congregations 'members in the morning Holy Communion will be administered one-half blocks oft Moncrief
class; Mrs. Hazel Ross,Junior f : will be. present:The public Is invited Rev. W.L. at 2:30: with the deacons in charge. The pastor will deliver the Road West, two blocks past
class; Mrs. Aliens, pri- Glanton is pastor. The Church is located at 1435 West State. message. Senior Choir Mo. 1 and Senior Choir No. 2 end Usher 45th Street Bishop Faulk Is
mary class Nol; Mrs. Beatrice All districts of the Peace Missionary Baptist church win Boards No. I and No.2 will serve.Mrs. Marion Carter and CB. pastor. Mrs. B.J. Brown is
Smith, primary class ,meet ,Sunday Jointly in the recently purchased home shown FRIENDSHIP PrflMHTVE BAPTIST Fisher will be in charge of music. Choir No. 3 will observe its reporter. -

No.2; Miss Elnora Paulk, above, the residence of Rev. and Mrs. D.B. Barnes, at 1109 School at 9:45 with the superintendent, Mrs. anniversary Monday night, Oct. 13, at 8 p.m. The church Is
Sunday begins :
Jessie Street East at 2:30 Each president is asking located at 2221
beginners class. : p.m. Lester Smith and teachers in charger At 11:30 the morning Forest. Rev S.L. Badger is pastor
Mrs. Melvin Stewart will all members to be present. Following the meeting refreshments .
service Devotions will be led by Deacon Walker and '"" LOIfi III SINMEI
review the Sunday School will be served by the D.B. Barnes Club. Mrs. Viola SECOND MISSIONARY BAPTIST ,
Deacon Smith. At 4 District No. 1 will meet at the
'+ lesson. Tate is president. Plans for the( church and for the pastor's church Deacon Joseph p.m.McPherson and Deacon Charles Smithtie' District Day will be observed Sunday. The business meetingwill
The Youth Hour will be pre- anniversary will be ,on the agenda. The church building A will be held in the various homes at 4 p.m. Activities of the day
will project
leaders. The pastor preach. special ((1877 STYLEI! Whites got
sented at 4 p.m. Miss Mere- alongside. begin with the Sunday School at 9:30.: Rev.l.C. Sams, pastor.
be sponsored Friday at 312 Goodwin. On Saturday night an started In the riot-business.
will review the lesson. Consecration rites for the deaconesses
: old fashioned toe supper will be sponsored at 2069 Forest at way back then.,
/ deacons, ushers end choirs will be held at 1045.: The morning
of Women's
the home of Mrs. Geraldine Eagle, for the
at 7 worship begins at 11 a.m. Rev.Sams will deliver the sermon.
is night
Day, October 26. Prayer meeting Tuesday p.m.
The Baptist Training Union begins at 5:45: evening worship at
Rev. H. Robinson is pastor.
J 7 p.m. Weekly activities include the "Prayer of Faith Hour",
held Tuesdays at 7 "TIME A
PEACE MISSIONARY BAPTIST p.ra. TheSundayScboolOffIc.r. and Teach FBI ,
UnfairHousing ers' Council will meet Friday at 7 p.m.Rev. Sams will conduct
Sunday School begins at 9:30: with Mrs D.& Barnes, superintendent -
In charge, assisted by the staff. The morning the Bible Study. Superintendent L.C. Chester will be in charge lUCK IIiITElIAU!
of the business period. Workers of other churches ,
are welcome
service is at 11 a.m. The evening service berf.ns.t 5:30. Rev.' "
to share the Bible Hour.
DB. Barnes will deliver the major sermons. The Tuesday
night prayer meeting begins at 7:30. Bible study Is Wednesdayat the 'last hurdle to freedom
7, with .the pastor in charge. Choir rehearsal Friday' Allen Chapel A.M.E. Woea'sDay for black athletes is the
night The usher board meets Friday also. Peace Baptist signal-caller-
is.located at Van Buren and Jessie
Celebration October 12
Sunday School begins at 9:30 with Supt.A.Taylor and teachers

In charge Rev. W.C. Murray his appointee will review the Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church The youth meet at 4 ,p.m.
lesson. The morning worship begins at 11a.m.with the deacons Women's Day will be celebrated Participants will be, Charlyn' PLEASE, LOVE ,ME
in charge. The Holy Communion Is observed every fourth Sunday Sunday, October 12. Williams the Angelettes of
at 4 p.m. beginning with the devotional service.Prayer servicesare .Rev, Ruth L. Brownwlllspeak Starke, Mrs. Euralee Tookes,
held Tuesday nights at 7 p.m. Revival hours are held on In the morning service Peggy Miss Brenda Jenkins, Yvetbt 79,000 black youngsters
second Sundays with Mrs. Cornelia Scott u sponsor.There will Blake will speak at 4p.mfor Tookes, Mt. Morlah Junior .are caught hopelessly laorpbanges
IsuitUnfak be a musical Sunday, October 19, at 3 p.m., sponsored by Mrs. the youth meeting;The Grant Choir Rosemary ShIftS, today
Armstrong. special event,friends Day, will be November 9. Memorial A.M.E.Churck Trio White Singers and. Terry
All are welcome Barbara Robinson Is clerk and reporter. Rev, will be presented at 6:30 p.m. Blake. atitsss.ut./

W.C. Murray is pastor.The church Is located 705 West Duval.COLOSSIANS Services will begin with the Mrs. Doris Allen Is cochairman -
Sunday Scbool'at 9:30: a.m. will make remarks.
; BAPTIST Mrs. Amanda Gay will be The evening worship begins rind, out'where. It'. at in
Sunday School begins at 9:30wlththuuperlriendentand teachers guest superintendent. Mrs. at 6:30.:
in charge. Tbemornlngworshlpbeglnsatll a.m. The evening Janie. Jenkins will be guest
worship begins at 8 tun. R.J;Crawford, pastor, will :organist.*,Mrs. Marvin Tel-, SEPIA
deliver both sermons Choir No. 1 and Choir No. 2 and Usher fair will serve as secretary Drink no longer! water but
Board No. 1 will serve throughout the day.Prayer service will ,Teachers.will be Miss Betty .usealitile wine for thy siomach'
begin Tuesday at 7:30. Mae Holmes Mrs.Ida Scott, take. September Issue'at. bets
Mrs. Eloulse Edmonds, Miss stands BOW|

n GOOD SHEPHERD BAPTIST ,Evelyn Millar, Mrs. ArgettaA. -1 I Timothy 5:2.1:
Sunday School begins at 9:45. The morning worship begins at McCants' and Miss Gail
11 a.m. The deacons will be in charge of devotions Choir No. Lang: Mrs. Daisy Bell Kelsey -
1 and Usher Board No. 1 will serve. The cornerstone service will be reviewer. -

will begin at 3:30: pjn. Bold City Lodge No. 9 will have chargeof The morning worship begins :
the service. The church located at 1722 West. 29th. Rev., at .lla.m.Mrs.; Lee Vater -- lEI HICK IINESiii -
l' : : 'Alex Ganrln pastor. ,Calvin will lead the call to .- ,_.
IIHls worship: Mrs. Catherine Alexander Aiiiiiiii
J'I ,
; ; : TABERNACLE BAPTIST will lead the prayer.
I" Sunday School begins at 9:30 a.m. Mrs. H. Solomon will be in' Mrs. Mamie Glover will read HANI PAil All LIICILI
:. charge. The morning worship begins at 11 a.m. Rev W, ,E. the scriptures, ,Mrs. .Velma ELATES

:.. ', Young pastor, will deliver the 'message. All youth choirs and Bannermaa will read the de- Is 'lath Is' -.
1 Usher Board all districts will Mrs.
No. 2 will serve. At 3:30: p.m. calc-gue.i Rebecca
l i. meet la the church auditorium. The youth choirs will rehearse Thompson will supervise the tI5... Dm 11.11' "Fir'' 'Until

Wednesday afternoon at 5:30 p.m. The young people will repeat .mlsslonat'J;;offerlnc. Mrs. ;
their musical of all choirs on October 36.Mrs. H.M. Lawrence Vivian Lane,, win present the Und.r 'lbe New '.
Is supervisor The musical will begin at 6 p.m. The teachers speaker Mra; Eleanor Wllllams. -' II Government .igFrograa. :'lite' Pro-
: meeting 1s Wednesday J 6:45.-Prayer meeting will begin at .. lie v. Ruth L. Brown have cram DOt been dP.a1&n04 able'for those people .to 1IaJ'A.Homo that
1 llr 7:30.: The deacons and deaconesses will observe their anniversary will sing. Mrs Mam Wright 0 afford one Sa the pasta: .

gal. Jointly on October 26 at 3 pjn. The Missionary will give the invitation. Mrs. ron'CoKP&JTE: 'DETAILS"CONTACT
Society will meet in the home of Mrs. M.L. Cotale,, 720 Mamie,:DeDson sad M..a..WIlma :

Franklin, Thursday night at 7 JUB. .guests Hodge Mrs.Louvenia, will Squires present USE SALES I lie:

MT. TABOR BAPTIST makes remarks
us Usher Board No. 1 will holds its regular meeting Saturday, General Chairman Mrs, 3131 liiisiii. StAt 2ltk St.: Eiprmiif, I''
I October 11, at 8 ple the home of Mrs. Ruby Lee McCoy, Shirley Aj Williams and Rev.
1748 Payne. Mrs. Nellie Smith Is president; Yen Bessie Lee. David Mathlspastor. will .i
Write:Fair HousingW \,b. i 041$: Warren is secretary and Rev,? H.T.,Overstreet 'Is pastor. spent,, ____ Call Is At '3541741PUE _

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I wayman Chapel A.M.E. Church Southsfde Has Annual Day Sunday I

P'rosefneatLeaders; Ministers' Anlioch Baptist honors For Dr. Moore .. .

'" Revs. Overstreot And Webster ,
I An; \'L Officials l To Participate Church Sunday

t' 'FlorM Highlight Services For Day '
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Bethany Association of Florida will convene School Plans TeaThe ,$,
In Its aeve dyslth annual on October 21 for a five-day Waymon Chapel A.M.E. Church;Southsfde, will hold its annual .
rejrlod with,toe St. Thomas Baptist Church.SfTh'omas Men's Day: rocranr'sullda: ,,,'lOc ober 12. beginning with the
Church School Department iunoay school. .
located 60 Mont Baptist riel Church Is Vaught, vice-president of the of the Antloch Baptist Rev. H.T. Overstreet of Mt.., come from Otis Robinson. A
Fifteenth' Street: Road and Senlo Women's Convention Church will sponsor a fellowship Tabor Baptist and Rev. R.V.r financial report will be made.
NeaTIs. host Rev. W. C.. No. 1 of the National Baptist tea Sunday October.11, Webster of St. Stephen A.M.E. Ushers will come from Jerusalem
HAfarUe7 Is pastor., Rev' B. Convention of America, win at 3 p.m., 'in honor of the will be principal speakers for' Baptist Church.
Uwer pioderator. speak. school's anniversary the day.Deacon.
the Rev.
Hartley the leadership Association of has Rev. Saturday ;morning will b e Timothy Robinson Jr. w I II Toombs will be guest Burgess
arranged devoted to Children's and speak. He comes from Ocala: superintendent in the Sunday
boffi'secular a weer'procram, Youths' Department. where he is chorus Instructor School Other guest teachers, Aid MlcedolllHOlor
tots'"gear's' spiritual,for Dr. Hartley will deliver his in the President High will be Deacon Nathan York,
session. Plans
call for annual sermon Sunday mornIng Other Bible class Deacon Frank
.UFbitttons'to createrl1DantlalcOD-' during the eleven o'clock participants will be, King intermediate class; Annuls
.missions. and toedubaflon. worship. The convention will Mrs. Roberta Green, The Parental -. David Moore, primary class ii'
"the' Church" closed ,with a Mass Mission Boys Mr. Johnson, and Clarence Knox beginners Macedonia Baptist Church,
vtiEbe the theme Hour service at ISO: p.m. All Mrs. Lottie Hager Mrs. l' class. Rev. David Johnson win officials and auxiliaries under .
.the sessT are Invited. .Mrs.Albert Eloise Adams Mrs. Odessa review the lesson.Alfrederlck the leadership of Rev.
\ = Williams! publicity Curry Mrs. Ethel Marcus { Reed will make remarks. Wilbur Burgess will enter
L tandingspeakerswUldlscuss Mrs. Leola Thomas and children The Southslde Male Chorus October 12, upon a weeks' I
the theme dally. of Little Rock. will lead the processional in celebration rebttj. Pe) meetings win t beh 1 g nlig Holy Chvrch Sunday School begins at 9:20. 1 I the morning service Eugene anniversary of the pastorand J

l ed by many Interesting Teachers from various r... I .,. ,,{ Arnold will make the'call to of the congregation.
Uons. schools will '"" : ) worship. Emory Howard will' The
St The Welcome Program visit. Deacon Dr. Richard V.. Moore k celebration will end
by the host church will Morris H. Mann will reviewthe rids Is President of Bethane-Cookman College Daytooa BeaChJo- pray. Nero Merritt, Jr., will October 20. One week lat-
he: Tuesday .evening, October Of Living God lesson. presents, above' u Dr. William P. TOl1e'.ChanctllorolBrac..Ullh.utty, read the scripture. The pas- er, October 26, Women's '
HoIIortI'J'Doctor of
24,& 730.. The anniversary will be celebrated the Board of Laws degree and Dr. DeWitt C. LeFevre, secretary o I tor-of-the-day will ,read the Day will be celebrated.
TJiq ,convention' proper will Mondayat8p.rn.Rev.. with of Syracuse University and sponsor of Dr. Moore vested him Decalogue.' Deacon Joseph All services for the week
open! October 22 at 930. Rev. Dual DayThe J.C. Burney of Mt. Calvary Morris theDpodjIn Brown May, Dr Moore was the recipient of an honorary Doctor of Laws fr o m Thomas will take the missionary begin at 8 p.m. J'

Dallas J. Graham and the congregation Baptist will be guest speaker. ally South Carolina College Atlanta Us Centennial Georgia and an honorary LL.D. from Claflla. ,Univer offering. Gilbert On Sunday, Oct. 12, Rev
of Mt. Ararat Miss- during Exercises Wright will make thewelcome RA. King and Greater

iojary: Baptist Church will con- Holy Church of the Living address. Ulysses Haywardwill Payne A.M.E. Church will
dolt, the,first major worship God, 1993 Yulee will celebrate sing. Robert Davis will make be present. Rev William
service at 11 a.m. Uual Day Sunday Oct. EventsPrince Baptist Ministers Will announcements Rev G. W. Barker and Jullngton Bap *
Dw era ministers will speak 12, with inspiring services.At Smith will Introduce the speak fist will be present October
I afternoon. [' the morning service,11:30 er. Deacon William Toombs, 13. On Oct 14 Redeem
g\e|\ 'Mission Board ,.1 s>..under.he -- am., the WhosoverwlU Prayer Hall Masonic Club will meet at the Masonic Hall, Visit Earths White, HomeThe Alve Jenkins and Jimmy L. Baptist, Rev E.I. Norman, H
( leadership of Rev.A.JT. Band, with L. Thompson 913 Jefferson, on October 12. All worthy matrons of the Jolly will take the offering. pastor and Spring Hill Bap \
.lll1ughes| The Education president, will lead devotions. Eastern_ Star, Heroines of Jericho and wishful masters of Eartha M.U. White Nursing Home will host a meeting Gary Hall will bring words of tist, Rev. T.R. Lee pastor,
Boajd will be under the guidance Music will be furnished by the Blue Lodges are asked to be present, at 4 p.m. Plans will be of the Baptist Ministers Brotherhood, Monday, October 13, appreciation. will be present.
of Rev, George Price.Anpilal Traveling Stars Gospel Sing completed for the Joint official visit of November 14. Illus at 1:30: O'clock In the Chapel of the Nursing Home. Ushers will come from St. Rev. J.C. Sams and Sec
reports will be made, ers. Mrs Ruth Long will deliver trious ,Daniel Hudson will preside Lady Juanita McLendon Mary's Baptist Church ond Baptist and Rev. Homer
curing the afternoon also. the principal address. is reporter.. Mr. R.C. Glbbs, administrator munity by the Eartha M. M. Deacon Dozier Joiner will Walker and St. Matthew
ors, M.L. Johnson will" beta Mrs. Frankie Howard will ......... visited the Brotherhood White Nursing Home and to pray 'In the evening service. Baptist will be Present
Charge, of the Missionary sing. Others listed for appearance Matron's Council No. 1 of the Eastern Stars will meet at the In their regular meeting and become fully conscious of the Deacon Welton Flynn will read Wednesday night. On Thurs-
Junior Department, Thurs are Elder J. 0. Masonic Hall, 913 Jefferson, Monday, Oct. 13, at 8 p.m. Lois made an appeal for broad com responsibllty of our community the scripture. George W. B. day, October 16, Mt. Canaan
day. BrooksLMrs.Ella Jones.Mr.. Jenkins Is president. Lady Juanita McLendon is reporter, munity support. Therefore in behalf of the Nursing Merritt will make the welcome' Baptist and the associate
Ian; Brotherhood, Sarah Wilson, Mrs 0. Ne- ********* the Brotherhood appointed a Home. They feel that this address. Deacon Telfair Howard minister will participate.

president,'and .Smith, Mrs. Mo.Sulan, Mrs. McLendon Chapter No. 163 of O.EJ5. will meet at the committee of three consisting -. institution has rendered'Invaluable will respond.Deacon Carlton .'I On Friday October 17,Mt.
Ushers Union, Mrs. Mary Ethel Jones. Evangelist L. Masonic Hall Tuesday, October 14, at 6 p.m.Juanita McLendon of Rev B.J. Lane, Rev. service to the community Cherry will sing. Herman Calvary Baptist Rev. W.M.
K, Heard,president,win meet Baker, Mrs. Essie Gilmore, is worthy matron. G.A. Price and "Rev C. J. and feel that It must' Singletary will read notices Hill pastor Evergreen Bap.
Friday mdrn1l The two lead* ,Missionary A.R. Blue and the .....$..# Scrlven. This' committeemet continue as a first rate Nurs- and announcements Rev G.W. list, Rev. H.H. Wright pass 1
;;rswUl, deliver their annual Missionary Society of Holy Pride of Maceo Temple No. 186, IBPOE will meet Thursday,. with Mr. Gibbs and lug Home, lacking nothing. Smith, pastor, will Introduce tor, and Antloch Baptist,
addresses. ._ Church of the Living God No. Oct. 16, at 712 West Duval, at 8 p.m. All members are asked recommended thee m 11 r e They feel.that once the com- the speaker. Rev. J.J. Jones pastor, will
..Beginning at 2:30 Friday,the 1. Mrs. Amanda Collins will to be present. The workshop will be held immediately follow. Brotherhood would'visit the munity becomes aware of the Jacob Jones and Charles Mc- be present.
lJ erators' Hour will be ob serve as pastor. log the meeting. Mrs. Battle I. James Is daughter ruler. Nursing Home to see what services needs of this institution I twill Laurin will take the offering. On Monday night, October
ser ed. ,The,moderator will Devotions will be led at 3:30 Queen B, Williams is reporter. the churches of t b i s support wholeheartedly, Words of appreciation will 20, Mt. Sinai Baptist, Rev.
deliver his annual *******.. city:could render to this In- B.J. Lane pastor, Little
address by Mr. :Lewis:, Arthur Lewis morally financially and I n 'YELLOW
Offlcers will give their r eon will lead the devotions. Min- Queen of the South Chapter No. 105 OES will; meet Oct. 14, stitution. this great benevolent work 'I POWER Rock Baptist Rev. W.C.Mitchell
brtyf steward"sllfp.1be ister Freddie Brown will read at 410 Broad Street at 5 p.m. All members are expected to The entire group Is coming Rev R.L. Jones, president. Wrc ii imp i'm MI' 'om/111:1111111111 our Sun him ndinliv. pastor and First Corinth
ruy : nxmliulnil /
be to Itself
state national present. Important business will be transacted. Queen familiarize with the Baptist Rev. W.Uones
and president, the Scriptures. Jerry Lang B. llu'lHKiiimnitx' ,
Rev.\JaneiCarl Sams will Williams is worthy matron. services rendered to the com ************ pastor will be present. .
will sing as will Jerome .
JM:)heard in his official c atlHI Thomas. Rev. A, Allen ofC.o.m.muqJJjr
On Monday, Oct. 3, the Ideal Ladles Club will meet at 8
,rx h> M qnM u:'t Ojurch; !J."i""| p.m. .. .._ .. ,.... -
,ppyerpromwealeadersll: He wliUaccottpanled )"I Mrs, Gladys Benjamin is presldent.Mrl.Bessie Hill'Is.managery.Mrer 1 .. war. ,_ .' fI"' : .. .
preach.: | 7.u ; *. rrt*<* Y. if. ,is/p; ** : ( m '
cipata.aod.speak.. flongregjWjIv;V .( EvelYD.ICbester.Js,secretary and Mrs.,Pauline,Slngleioif ( I> '. rat << rv if''1''I'Hlllla',
will t.Lor,9men'a by his "is ,reporter', :- t i ''. .. .. I j \ } tI ,'" 'tIJ'e! !.''' ; ,, j'j.. ...
Miller / ,
)4, represent Bostonett > : .'Qi.Alr,1'tfl'; ..Jft.t! ., r.'J! \;, .. ";a IIIAr '"
At 7.30 the Singers ; f) ''" .
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Auxiliary of Jame.'Bryant and Mrs. ; ,, :, :,;;. : J',, :
thej Progressive Baptist State Jerome Thomas will be sponsored In a gospel recital on Oct. jiii' .{ ; I
Convention of Florida,as pre-' Alice 'Boston will furnish 12 at the St. Timothy House of Prayer, 6579 Richardson Road Al-
sident. C.W.; Scott president music. Missionary at 8 p.m. Rev John Gibson is pastor. Rev. Gibson extends an, 4 '
_oLthe State Sunday School ConjWftlon brltton will speak. Mrs Ruby Invitation to all to attend and particularly those In the Immediate -
Singleton will sing. Elder j
vicinity. .,
,, dhd Mrs. Gladyr C., James S. Collins Is pastor., .........

The Union Community A.M.E. Church, Beaver and Eaverson, ,
will celebrate Women's Day Sunday,Oct. 19.Eva.ngellstAmanda ,.
Anderson will be the principal speaker Rev.Nathaniel McCray
I Is pastor Mrs. Lula Bell Gay Is chairman. Mrs Laura Hen-
azm derson is co-chalrmanandMrsEffleMaeDreweryIssecretary., Beat
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The Sunrise Gospel Singers are presenting a program at the
HELLO true Vine Holiness Church 1479 West 28th, with members
participating and' in the Good Shepherd Baptist Church, 1722
West 29th. The Gospelair'e Singers will be guests and will represent the ;
First Corinth Baptist. These events will take place on
.. October 12.
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''''''''''' Rev. H. L. Wilson will celebrate his birthday supper Friday
'flaloW. night, October 10, at the Good Shepherd Baptist Church 1722 : il
lut West 29, at 8 p.m. The voices of Jerusalem will be in charge. heat.
sr'': Rev. Alex Garvin is pastor.
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The Junior Fashlonettes will hold their meeting Sunday, I ,
'October 12, at 4 p.m. The meeting will be held in the home of

v van advisor.Miss Catherine Day, Maryilyn Day Is president. Mrs. Day is J, ;

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Central Baptist Church: Third and BroadStreets,will observe ": BITTER
'Dual Day Sunday October 26, The women of the church will I,
have charge of the morning service Councilwoman Sallye B.'

Mathis will speak. Much of the city'best talent will appear. 1[.
The men of the church will take charge of the evening service .,"" 4 7j r
A S Mrs. Janie Griffith is chairman for the women. Deacon. Arthur .: MILK
Banks.heads the men. tII" yl i'i'RB. Qz

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Mt. Sinai Baptist Charch will close owns gala emu .l Women's !_:, .,
Day Sunday; Oct.- 1$,'with a grand musical The musical will )J-1 ,
CMl; .shOed-- feature Mrs Alice lurroup, 011 the left shove for the State cf '
Georgia, Mrs. EdIth''Jone. .,11'I
.t,! ; OR the rl&bt.lor F19rlda aDd Mrs ;
Pfiester.,dos the State 01 Soutb Carolina The musical ,/f
...'. : ... "f'" begins at 615 with1 Mri.- BJ. Lane presiding. Serving as. "
114t \ ,t. t f, hostesses will :
4Ie Mrs. Istelle Reese, lira Nora Anderson,, {. r
Mrs, Frankie'S. WbItIIeld, Mrs?,Ruby P- Herndon< and Mrs; {II>
/,, oJ n t. d :t. Kajorle Parb.' 'TIle morlllDc worship at tile church will ( .'

-.t;..'" ,it;... ." ..i"1.... ..- t'.. r' :' ." '. j! Smith feature as Mr.Sarah Washington u speaker and lira. Willie L. V ..
pest soloist Mrs. ,Florence Wilcox Is general '1" .
112 I. Marl SLf
ehaltnan. Rev..B.J. Lane Is pastor .. .' ''
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... Spagfief/f-CrWce of Smart Host ess.\t"?::V Be An Angel; Bake A Pie

SEAFOOD CENTER ( Pick ahy date between the
l 16th and the 25th of October
HI1gi. -officially proclaimed as
National Macaroni Week-and .
plan a party. The National "
by AlIce Macaroni Institute hopes you
FRESH. FLA. GREEN LOBSJER lb1" will Join in the celebration
of this annual event, and
We again cell ahead re book your erder. Do Americana really value
suygttl yen
material things more than hu evenhas, on what you
man relationahipe? can serve. For an informal
Not so, according to a surveyof gathering, you can't beat L
LIVE CRABS the Allied Van Lines Consumer spaghetti. Everybody lovesIt ,. 4
PaneL When asked what and your budget loves It, _
factor made moving awar.lrom too.But surprise
WHITING ............................ u.49c the former home moat difficult with a different your sauce-a guests ,j
72 per cent of the panel members red-hot chili.Make the sauce
MULLET LARGIFANCY u.45 and relative named ""leaving friends the day before; It will be "
better for the mellowing -
In distant
SPOTS ...........................,................. LB. 55 mentioned a by 16 per, cent place of and easy on you. But do +
the panel was "leaving g nice cook the spaghetti In lots f.

SPANISH MACKEREL .........................H IB. 49 house." .II of of furiously boiling water, "
The panel composed Just before serving time. ,,$ ,
450 housewives acrou the na Spaghetti tastes best when hT- r
MULLET ROE............................".......... .5.98' tion who have made long distance It's piping hot freshly When it'i time to look homeward bean angel and hake this
move within the .pasty drained front the pot. vie .. as light and fluffy as a cloud. A U the Borden
SPEC.TROUT ..............._..._N.... NNN LB. 75' Kitchen pinewple, Its' an ethereal blend of crushed Pineapple encircled by
do families make long SPAGHETTI WITH CHILI all
FRESH FILLETS....................,............._ LB/9 a' distance Why move? The reason a (Makes 8 servings delicate peaks of meringue condeWd made milk.with Just before the proudly sleight present-of hand
GEN. RED SNAPPER N..........i:....N....... LB. $1.00 that's way ahead of all others '2 pound ground beef round tag magic the in pie sweetened crest with whipped heavy cream, fleck with coconut.
is a change in the father's work
FLOUNDER FRESH CAUGHT H. IB..69' situation. Fifty-twoper cent of 3 tablespoons butter ormargarine Pineapple Angel PeMakttmtMnehptt

CLAW CRABMEAT Lb.Cin'2" the panel:;within identified this as a 1 cupi.chopped, onioni ( 1 (8.1/2-ox.can) crushed

CRABMEAT FINGERS.............................$2.00 transfer the company. 3 cloves garlic, minced 1/8 3 egg teaspoon whites Salt pineapple,drained .
1 (1 pound, 12.ounces. )' 1 Cup! ((1/2 pint) 1 heavy
OYSTERS pit. for stewing................. 1.35 Eat thy bread with joy and cut tomatoes 1 1 cup teaspoon sugar vanilla extract cream

Select ptt. for frying ............. 1.65 drink thy wine with a merry heart. 1 1 cup tablespoons tomato Jules'salt in Dutch oven or heavy Add remaining '2 tablespoons 1-1/2 1/3 cup teaspoons lemon juice vinegar 3 tablespoon coconut toasted grated .

Quahet OYSTERS ....................,'5.75 Ecclesiastes 9:7STOP : 2 tablespoons chill powder saucepan. brown beef in salt to rapidly boil- 1-1/3 cup ((15-oz.can) Eagle .. ,
1M teaspoons cumin teed butter stirring frequently. Ing water. Gradually add Brand sweetenedcondensed .'. ,
tomatoes spaghetti so that water con milk
W teaspoon eschroracked!!: Add onions, garlic '
r .'1 bay,leaf, oregano leaves Juice 1 tablespoonof tinues ,to boll Cook uncovered In a medium-size bowl, beat egg whites and salt until stiff but
N pepper the salt and remaining stirring occasion- not dry Gradually beat in 1/2 cup sugar and 1/2 teaspoon
4 to 6 quarts boiling water seasonings! mix well and ally until tender. Drain In vanilla. Add remaining cup sugar alternately with vinegar,
Mi. Grail ABillirl 1 pound spaghetti! simmer covered 1V4 hours. colander.. Serve with chl11.r beating well after each addition until stiff and glossy. Turn mix
tore l into a well-greased and floured 9-inch pie plate. With a
smooth meringue Into a ring around outer edge of pie
FII Caue Glamour pate,leaving a depression in the center. Bake in allow (275'F..)
I Msiaitite Tells How oven for SO minutes then increase oven heat to SOO'F. and bake
30 minutes. Remove from oven. Cool away from drafts. In a
medium-size bowl, add lemon Juice to condensed milk; stir until
'To Mike CoMtlilMsCLAMOUR'S. r thickened In an electric blender container, puree the drained
Sugar pineapple; add to condensed milk mixture. Pour into the cooled
s meringue shell. Chill in refrigerator about 2 hours. At serving
,. October Issue. vice J t unpaid bills and you : ,olds Q, time whip cream with remaining 1/2 teaspoon vanilla until
tell how ',to get the kind of can prove you've paid them, by' Mart ,stiff. Garnish top of pie with whipped cream and coconut
I_. service you pay for by learn send a registered letter stating Rich flavorful stock,br broth
g Inf bow, when and where to' ''just that, and tell them .is frequently the 'secret In- Just 'Desserts for Dieters
I I Bi0 complain about poor service theY're free to cut off your gredient". Professional in elegant';chefs gourmetdishes. use
from the big anonymous com service if they're preparedfor. which '' '
Quantity Rights l.s.rv.duCONYENIEertorAnoNsnRAvtrau only the best stock they Counting calories is less of 100 i if
calories'pet'lervlng madea
.'to the small neighborhood a suit for damages you make from the finett grades ofchicken
t.OO/NAIIT, ad' [hilt 1 With $5.00 sr businesses. may, incur. If the trouble Is, and beef bv,careful chore when you can look for. with fresh fruit and 125 if frozen
3101/UtrMANtrofET. 7Z2BOMlmirJMM.MTIirUIVI. rlrl iral Ir r There arecertalnbialcruleq'to not so immediate, there are' slow simmering and delicate; ward to something sweet and already sweetened fruit ii used
tOO KOftlOl tVCNUE seasoning. satisfying at the end of the
meal. It is of 75
I IIM IttT Hit ITRECT 20)>W. Ulk ITKUtSO keep In mind for complaining other ways: ,telephone company jjy- one recipes, many
) OIVIltTAnlET ISMW.J6lHlnt effectively. The first rule, the gas and electric Canned Broth That's why many weight-loss of which were developed e-
>3CO MCNCIEF ROiO IuaeesuecN/rAEtr I Dli Today it's not *i forhomemakers experu recommend desserts as pecially for dieters In Rea Lemon
4402 MONCKIEr 110)0 HOJMWMIIU" Is that correcting mistake companies are controlled by to through the
go an Integral part of the 'dieters Foods' TURN ON
largely'depends on one-up the Public Utilities Commission time expenseand new TASTE
Pill slay manship (If you are convinced of each state and any bother of regime. recipe book. For your copy send
you're right, you will have a correspondence to one of these making broth This recipe from the makers 25e to cover postage and handlof -
for use as an in- ReaLemon bottled lemon ing to: TURN ON TASTE,'48J4
Biscuits much better chance of con- companies should indicate that
Tide ,10c vincing1 someone else.) A a copy is being sent to the ishes.,redient Rich In other canned juice looks and tastes like a real West Armitage Avenue, Chica"splurge" -
psychological edge Is often Public Utilities Commission,' 3. chicken and Yet it contains only go Illinois 60639..

Cirriifi Clik' more Important than a. legal your assemblyman, your local : beef broths made LEMON PARFAIT WITH FRUIT
with real chefsslowsimmer
one 'Second, be polite. Take newspaper, your congressman a
[(54 011)) 'the attitude that bad service, and any other political figure are avail-recipes 1 envelope unflavored 2/3 cup Rea Lemon bottled

I 25clull I JCQ : Cream ,"occured only through a ridiculous .> you -ca4.think .of) consumej; ; .?-.... -, .!! r I'it'cane ? elatin' lemon Juice
II} oversight and eves-/ it_ [efef iptrye-taore! ettttpfaifc from College -cnp-panuiartcTdSirTT" '" pT73 T'&a p'grahuEiofarCTisW f
d one Is as eager ad you are $1 *"1i dlvtduL Yo$!!! I hearty broths are used un- substitute swetftneiHOtJ .*!" ,
1 please with 2' i4 .i.' ,1..Q.Q correct. Third, a rest for might check'your phone boolCI plain diluted aa.soup and are or delicious used aa served cook- 1/8 teaspoon salt 2 cups fresh berries or
battle is often helpful and will ,for those In your area, find. 'in* ingredients in simple as 2 eggs, separated peaches or 1 lOouncev( '
occur after your first successful lout..If any art protesting. well as gourmet style dishes: 1-1/3 cups skim milk package frozen fruit,' J
U marl Tlp II' encounter.Dealing .

III aria H111" such with drycleaner small compa is .' "
ales as 'Siper-III" Visttri Beef
l ijir 29o trlc f. In a small town com-1'
munity power Is Important
Fli. Orate AFryers Us.1.! c and every businessman 2s a- CHUCK ROASTu. 59C
:'that he cache blackballed (
by being criticized at
290 Beef a PTA meeting, church ba-' ,
Liver .> ., mr newspaper., ,or through A small the business local t

In a large community, however ? "Srper-Riglt"
,- knows It can't be hurt .
la this way so your tactic r
should be, (in the case of a'
,Prices Good Thru drycleaner) to contact the National l80 O SPARE RIBS 49fSLICED
g I Institute of Drycleanlng ; ; .*:.
Wednesday and/or the Better Business
Bureau If your drycleaner Is PRICES IN THIS AD
owned by a corporation (and
chances are he Is) write to ARE;. NOD mo.ti
..\ I OUANIITTAIGNTSRRSty.D'DMnAMER ARtI 'corporation president--you'!! '
probably get results from one. SWIM, OCTOBER 11, 1969

of If these your channels.complaint is with a' SHOP YOUR CONVENIENT 1 HP PICNICS 49

III II large department store, the 3000 W. 45th ST. JAX, FU. l l- .
most effective measure Is to '
write a letter to the president
Fil Ciis In.n Ilin (marked personal) mentioning
that tithe matter is not taken
care of by a certain date, you
Sugar 'Coffee must (regretfully)pass copiesof
,your letter to the Better
Business Bureau, the district SeCIII

III liar Drip attorney's office, the local Special' ,1- .
newspapers, and the postalinspectors i '[[alit Sill 32.limit'' 1 '1$5.$ M
:sirs, 21C 11/$5.
(because of continual ,
1:1: 39 harassment.) Since the rail f/il If .lice .r'.r ,' '
C. If .
EI.eIIlPl\ 1-1!
\ 59C president will be very concerned 1oc Off -
: 4 with his good name and "iSsos FAB Lahl'5' 9' '
since you have shown him bow .
1 ; licit 1 please will $5 far you can Influence that ,OT, .

With. $5 .,feidlrfCIa. $$$: ir tin (ni ,pirckisis,. you'll probably- get re- F 0.I,: '611111. 791a >)i L I M I. Ir ':

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Tactics In
handling public :: airssrhr-j lie!. elilllliil

Super Suds : 111 15e threaten utility companies to .cut off vary.your' If ser-they ':hut: 4 1'$5. If nlri'"silsr' Aur Pap 'huatl : rCarlphl .

IICI. elprlttss -q. f' '
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Liiit[ 1 lUll,, "mil'_ S5.0I ir iin f did purchases '- BEHIND'YOUR' ) Teiate. is. tS. t\. ETCHUP25 '.

CUll Un ,Ciipkill's' .Tinti, Paillus Eta. Oral, &. HEALTH : l' 111.: 4 n." .littli

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Milk Soup Fryers o I ; ( ,


: ,61 U1.11.00. 7 .*11.00 Mhillb.,, 29c white ping Imagine aa open-heart milk having! Animal surgery blood under have as '. -v'-T. .. .. ;...

had as much, as 80% of their '
,own blood replaced' with a CNf"si, f; .! 'liiit'1 Pw/tfMr$ IllrlrUr Frisk CrispLettuce .
srilt rii.... Swift / newly' elopedadiflcialblood, Ntplt ? :a, ":. :

Steak. I tifill'Chuck '( S'taki give that The'new i aha snow Its blood white.synthetic b. Inexpen-.ood YaIi.i.t. !;\I.2ottU.. Leaf 9'$. II.: j25C.

cell called
be-dumaecd-an real blood cannot can Ins 'arklr. [frlS"; ,lakN ,; ,_,.. I Frisk CrispCilli :' .
-by prolonged flow

69C I, -1' 99c : 'mod licart-luns heart-lung longer. machine.for machine intricate through can opera.ions" be'a-,'I'. h.chr.Iis: ,,:; : wcriS'PRZ39; $ Celery st l.jt.

Frisk i" ''r'::: 'Ii' ..( Dawloiiwl, .; bv Dr. Leland C. liskiiftH
; y ] StatiDel. Rli s
Clark Jr. at the University of :

r, Ground' Beef+ 3lh 1.59 Cincinnati Miluti white.. <>aaManw n.iirKHO{ Medical%J a* fluorw 60 Center% al.line'homkal. the- i r mf.m' ;' ; i $$3.M. >.rckisi EI.I'' $ Apples (L..19..

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Oil Of, Tit iswcl l cut fIf! fi.rft RbI 8ij a l, (J 3GEijI 1 1IF PARTY BLUE, BLUE ELEPHANT, BELL


you think food prices are. too. ,,
of BLUESYou COOKWARE'SBLUE' Fashionable shaped slacks
getting out sight make
your Encourage your guests to Now the ideal time to revitalize for fall/winter can be found
next party a Fish-In. buy a rug, have a
make their combinations,:
Let appetizing Booth fish own to show it off and then i your summer weary with varying leg designs. Some
or suggest one of the following: gyest ,
.a r sticks and steaks hold center' spill coffee on the new carpet. complexion: How Simply by menswear manufacturers offer
stage. Their crispy, crunchy, .Fish Stick Scramble Spreadrye The secret to getting the using a basic complexion care "elephant leg" or extreme bell
home-style breading makes bread with butter. Top with spilled liquid before it up spots program that Includes cleansIng If you thought, blue mood styling, while others offer sophisticated
them popular with tots, teens lettuce, hot scrambled eggs your prize is to blot as quickly cream, skin freshner and was one of depression the time slightly flared bot-
and a Booth fish'stick.. moisture cream. has toms such as models from
and grown-ups. And they cost as possible with Kleenex paper come to change your mind
only a fraction of what you HeartyCombo' w Spread towels which absorb up to seven Amway of Ada suggests the and swing to the latest color in Jaymar-Ruby. Says President
r ? /It would spend for hot dogs'or Vienna bread with mustard times their weight in liquids. following three steps for I the cookware 4. Sky Blue as introduced Burton B. Ruby, "Jaymar slacks
I Ia hamburgers. and lettuce. Top with caraway Place towels over the spot, and benefits of a professional facial by the Ekco House- designs are intended to blend ;
y l Here's a complete buffet cheese slice, Bo:Ith. fish steak blot hard pressing down with .., in the privacy of your home. wares.Company at the recent tastefully with other sportswear
menu for your Fish-In. Vary it and canned asparagus spears. your fingers. Never rub'or you Step 1 Cleansing:, Spread National Housewaret Show in items." whatever the occasion !.. >
by age-group. Provide. teenagers Cucumber Crunch Top might spread the stain. Change cream generously over entire Chicago.
with aerosol cans of Vienna bread :with lettuce, .towels from time to time until face using upward and outward Sky Blue Cookware Is every
no'more 'absOrbed.Then motions, being sure to handle thing happy. It isserene., It is
cheese spread. They can decor- thinly sliced cucumbers and a moisture Is It hSAVE THE CAN ,
ate fish sticks and steaks With Booth fish steak. Garnish lay a half-Inch thicknessof skin. gently.Tissue off completely. decorative.,It'is content to sit ,
protest slogans,' symbols and with cherry tomatoes. dry towels on the spot.weighted on your stove 'and 'simmer for AND KEEP I j
flowers. Adults will enjoy beeror Potato Salad 'Supreme -. down with heavy books, Step 2 -- Freshening;; Satur'ate hours,or bake In your oven end- *M 17 AMERICA '
ale with this hearty fare. Top rye bread 'with, lettuce, for at least eight hours. Afterwards a stroke cotton over pad face with and freshenerand neck lessly,or dress up your table, or BEAUTIFUL
lightly brush the' do anything a homemaker couldpossibly
Potato Salad and Booth up
enjoy tinglel want it to do.
fish sticks. with a clothes brush j
Heat Booth fish sticks'and '
Set out platters of fish 'with
bread and rolls. Condimentssuch Areas of Biafra recaptured for peace,Catholic Relief Services is conducting 'Incurabl." enemies have proven human ideals are not
as tartar sauce, mustard, ,by Nigeria contains hundred"I a Refugee Services Program in South.Vietnam. It has viiionary but good biology. Cats and rats In cage, faced with a
ketchup should be on hand, :.I thousands of suffering. men, been recruiting social,workers, nurses and community desvelopment common controlled problem for survival can learn how to cooperate and
shutter to reach
with butter women and cl ldre 1. leaden from around the world to there. open food. .
along and mayo- serve ., __w '
naise.Tomato and cheese slices
Tton U perhaps no Jmt mart Intent than the pearL Ill- w 1
are attractive layered alter-
tittletad iipert treatment ,
byTrifarilives that addedtatensanessi -
natelyonatray. Provide lettuce,
which other creations lack Trlturlsuggests thebeanr cole slaw and sliced cucumbers tII't; I,
tfful ensenble above for fiat semi-formal, that evening It,' (j
in SAVE4t
or Just for fan :'The dress is by Samuel Winston TbedogcolP risped vinegar You may .
wish to include ..
scrambled "
ar and, earrings cost less than $10.00. t.i|
eggs and/or hot potato salad I '

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I iiit I .. STAI NPEIS, OCTOiEl 11,.. III.!


II' Black-Owned Firm Launches "i; I
Kodak films Sales In 'Retail Food Stores

Mayor Lindsay Terms Vesture, Afram House Albany State ,Queen Of. 1)69) OEO Commission1' Albany 1 State College' ChosesPelham ,

'1"1''" "1<"

A Convincing Demonstration Launches Out : :"' :\1. w 'Offers Special ieauty For (New, Queen

NEW YORK -- The first til-black dlstributtot e
and cameru through retail grocery outlets in New York City House, pioneer ./; : 105-pound senior at Albany (Ga.) State' College, Will be
hat been started in a recently opened;A-Mart discount food black business enterprise, H' "Even Chance"" 20-minute crowned In regal ceremony as,the .college's 1969-tfQ queen
store Baychester Avenue and 233rd'Street, the Bronx. Is going,International. Miss :{ ; black-and-white film explaining here on Friday, October' 17. ... ...
the activities of the U.S., selection to the coveted Must
businessmen." Blanche Calloway,president of '; ,1
Participating in ceremonies McCullough, an English not
Equal Employment Opportunity ASC" title \was aware!
Mr. Patton said Uptown Pro the firm which makes cosmetics :
inaugurating the new service I, ; major, was elected "Miss Albany students
avail many even
: Commission now that so
ducts Corp. Is the first black- and other quality products :
Commissioner of Commerce State -
were 1 1P4 able for public release,EEOC knew-- who I was ]Ns. one.of
owned wholesale food distrib- primarily for consumers ,
Pat- elections last .
and Industry O.K. spring, '.'
Chairman.William H. Brown my greatest thrills. ,
utor in the East and "perhapsin announced recently that an exclusive 4 ,
ton Bronx Borough President succeddlng Mary Booker of Pavo -
; ( in announced ,Janice, who designs and makes
the nation The company distributorship
Herman Badillo Reuben Pat- Ga."MissASC,1968.69".
; all said that
Individuals or groups Inter of her clothes, hVQ
also provides rack service In been granted for the Republicof A native of Pelham Jan-
Products Ga.
ton of
president Uptown ested in booking the. film are things that she wouldltketododuring
chain stores In the Panama.
distributor the about 600 Ice'. mother Mrs.
Corp., ai" Gladys herrelgnas the college's'
asked to the U.S. Equal
area for carded Miss Calloway said that n e-
carded Kodak products, and McCullough,teacher In create
be to
Employment Opportunity would among/
products Including peanuts, gotlatlons are under way t o queen
the Mitchell
D. Starrett, Kodak regional County System ltuden'mor.J'
Public Stat
Commission Office of Albany
candles and other snacks. The make AFRAM's cosmetics available -
wrote the h
marketing director.In words of t e
G Street and a greater>
Affairs, 1800 N.W. b ack awareness
self-service racks will be In Central America
a statement by Mayor John Albany State Alma Mater.JanIcefollowingher InsUluUoo.'mneschooll
V. Lindsay, the first all-black used merchandising of Jamaica, the Virgin Islands Washington, D.C. 20506. official pride in the '-

distributorship of the film and Kodak film and cameras. and in the Bahamas, through crowning on the ASC cam pus lr1t. .
cameras in retail food outlets Initial distribution of the major businesses In those Fayeffe Evers October 17, will reign u the '
was termed "a convincing carded photographic productswill areas. Requests have pouredIn college's queen at all college Mrs. King Supports"

demonstration of Kodak's con be made through AtP from Mexico, Venezuela affairs during the 1969-70 '
fidence in the best ability and stores In Manhattan, Bronx .and South America.Birmingham Given New, school year.Miss D,. Tate Running
service standards of black and Westchester, according to .McCullbugh's coronation
Mr. Starrett, and will Include will open a busy roundof Homecoming
a variety of still and movie StudentsAt Police Patrol CarPHILADELPHIAMayor Week festivities featuring ATLANTA:-Dr. Horace E,

Nixes Haynsworth film and kodak's recently Introduced a number of student,alumni, Tate, black candidate for may
Instamatic 44 Alabama cultural social and athletic events or 'of Atlanta, will have the

camera. Charles Evers of Fayette, andculmlnatingwithtbegrldlronclash support of Mrs.Martin Luther

Miss., while In Philadelphia between theRams King, Jr. -.
State Univ. and South Carolina State here Mrs. King issued a prepared
ir Y Ala. State Adds recently, was presented anew la which
statement Saturday
police patrol car by Philadelphia at Mills Memorial Stadium.
A she said that Dr.', Tate bas'a
I police officer Alphon- member of Alpha Kappa Mu
Twelve Doctors Birmingham had 35 freshmenIn so Deal of the city's labor Honor Society, Who's Who sound program fo( dealing
the entering class at Alabama -. issues of
..I State University this fall' Pert Janice McCullough, who will be crowned "Miss Albany squad and president of the Among American College's top- with the pertinent
State College, 1969 70," Is not only beautiful, but also Guardian Civic League ranking seniors with a cumulative the day.
PA W.H. Costen, the registrar,' David Abernathy
To Fall Staff said It overall "brainy". The 52" Pelham, Ga code ranks near the top The presentation took place 3.57 academic average.For Rev Ralph ,
represented an
Inthe of her senior class with a 3.S7 cumulative academic average. before the awarding of a citation the last two summers,she has bead of the SCLC, formerly
Captain Doris L. Reamer, a pickup Birmingham An English major, Janice plans to enroll at Harvard University to the mayor. Fayettenow been a student at Harvard and headed by Dr. King, announced
freshmen over recent ear s his for Dr.-Tate
1954 graduate of Alabama upon graduation from Albany State to pursue doctoral has three cars, one new, Yale Universities participatingIn support
State University has arrivedIn study in comparative literature and Afro-American Studies. two old. the IntenslfledSummerStud In the' election last Tuesday
Anchorage.: Alaska for assignment lea Program supported by the Mrs. King concluded: by saying -
at Elmendorf A 1 r Carnegie Corporation Ford "I feel that all Americanswill
SENATOR EDWARD BROOKE Reamer Foundation. want toencouragethedevelopment :
Force Base. Captain -
a Nurse, is assigned t o I .****************, **-****** ****'I Following her graduation next of black political

Senator Brooke urged Presi- the United States Air Force World News Digest June, Janice plans to continue' leadership." "
** *
dent Nixon earlier this week Hospital there. She previously *************' : her studies, returning to Harvard Hendry'' County

to withdraw his nomination of served at Pease Air Force where- she willenroll .
/>1Io1.r-c.lwJ.I": lJ.U: IVlVUAw Liberian and alumna of Shaw '
beth Brooks, 41-year-old lawyer, doctoral I
Clement F. Haynsworthto incomparalive
Judge program
Base New Hampshire.
PRETORIA-(NPQ--Whlte segregationist ruled South Africa
'' University Raleigh N.C. has served her country's Interests
the Supreme Court. He said The + received her literature and Afro-American Schools Stand
also be has considered the Captain views Itself as the "model" of all the independent countries of well as its diplomatic representative to the United Nations. Studies.
BS in Elememtary Educationat Africa. Last week Prime Minister John Vorster told reporters.
all her the UN
Recently she capped past performances by
business dealings "I was quite surprised to
Judge's Alabama State also studied really ''
I' Senator Brooke Is' the first at Hunter College, before r e- "The recent history of Africa has shown that her people have no winning by a vote of 113-5 the election as president of the 24th win," Janice said,followlngher 'To Lose $ 78,000
Senator to make such a re- ceivlng her from Harlem -* desire to be recast in a foreign mold or to become pseudo- General assembly She has, In the past, been a member of the
Europeans. South Africa is inescapably part Africa,and there Trusteeship committee president of the Trusteeship council,
The lawmaker wrote ;
quest. School of Nurs-
i Hospital The schools of Hendry CountyFla.
one must seek the answers." while also holding a post u assistant secretary of state In her President Nixon
"U there is a
Nixon, saying, ing in New Took City. ., because of the failure of
consensus of opinion, I thinkIt ,She is the daughter of Mr.; TIGHTENING UP homeland. the school' board to follow
Is the view! that Judge and Mrs. George W. Watts A&T directives on integration,may
'' LUSAKA(NPI--A number of measures proPoslngchangesiDthe WANTS TO SWITCHJOHANNESBURGNPIA Taps .
Haynsworth Is not the distinguished -
of Pineapple, Alabama. Her lose $78,000.Alice .
Zambian constitution have been offered to parliament, fol- 20-year-old white woman who
( : expected j Jurist to whom be noml-the husband is William H. Reamer .slowing the recent approval of the referendum for changes in the wants to .marry a Chinese, has petitioned the South African Professor For K. Helms, counsel for
country the of William Reamer Job
son and for the Welfare De-
country's charter. Among the changes proposed is the repeal of courts for reclassification u Colored. Under the country's ,
nated. East Orange, New Jersey. a section that permits aliens who arecomraonwealthcltlzens to segregationist laws, it is an offense for people of different partment's Office of Civil
enjoy the same rights as Zambians. colors to live together The couple--Miss Susan Schoeman, GREENSBORO, N. C. Dr. Rights revealed to'Examiner
1 Cecil H. Edwards, chairman Leonard J. Ralston that Hen=
A and the man, Henry May, 33; have already live together for
of'the Department of Home dryIl!Is..inotn complying 'iThe
\. f'f., .f ", ...j.\f') raa SIGN CHANGES 1,i more than, four years", and. *have. three' cMldren/Jfcki&i'.l'' : :. .! : *'. Econbfnibs'atk&T' State Unl-|( .counyisiriolatingPlhO$ : ;. Iv fRights
Your beautician TRIPOLIA, Ubya- professional Libya. The ruling revolutionary council issued an edict that>'. want President.Nixon to chair a i Another investigator checked
knows the answer. all ministries, companies and shop owners, convert all signs, LUSAKA Zambla- chartered In Oswald Slkaiew 24
cards and tickets to the Arabic language,effective by the end of treasurer F. who Conference on Food, found lack of compliance; Hr
September. The drive is aimed at ending the services of many recently completed examinations at the Institute of Municipal Nutrition and Health. found that the-Harlem 'Acad
foreigners in the country, especially those who are in Libya Treuurers and Accountants In England. A member of the The conference: which will emy is all-black. '
Ndola City council, which he Joined as a pupil accountancy
illegally forcus on hunger and mal- Miss Helms '
assistant in 1964, he Is in line for promotion to the positionof said the authorities -
nutrition among the 'poor In contended their -
that tre
Is peroxide needed to REFUSES TO LEAVEJOHANNESBURGNPI.South group accountant.BethHHeCookmaH. the United States, will be held dom-of-choice plan is operating --
I Africa has again served notice In Washington from December ; Miss Helms saw no realistic -'
unwanted hair? on the United Nations that it will not withdraw from its Florida 2 difference '1.
color gray administration of South West Africa. Speaking the latest with- Ralston's order would 'not'take

drawal date, Oct. 4, Foreign Minister Hllgard Muller declared, 'Classic Oct. 11-Selloit 4.Ala. effect before next year''
!"We, have. been there for 50 year ...and we will remain there State U. and would be subject to ap-

Hair care and beauty experts know that the first traces of gray because the people want us there.! DAYTONA BEACH:(Special to in the Penthouse Suite Other proval, by the -Secretary., ef
i hair-and even.sllght fading of natural color after chemical relaxing MEDIATOR The Star): The Central florida activities are Coronatton Ceremonies Choir And Band Welfare ,I i<
I -can dull a woman's appearance and make her look older "
"M1s.Alumna -Chan.
of has been
LIBRAYILLE Gabon-NPI--'lbe Republic Gagon Classic football game sponsored ,
than she feels. While most women hate these premature aging asked by Nigerian chief of state, Maj. Gen. Yakutm Cowan, to, by the Bethune-Cookman Ully Room at 8:15 p.m.;; 10:00 Makes Records 'Goodrich Gives, ;;; c
effects, many are hesitant about using permanent peroxide act as liaison between the federal government and Blafra, In College Alumni Association pm:-Hospitality Rooms Open.
haircoloring which may change the natural hair color while order'to arrange a meeting of the two leaders of the warring Saturday, October 11, at 8:00: OCTOBER 11--8OOamNatlonalAlumnlAssoclauonBreak: The Music Department 'at Big' GrantTo

coloring gray. side to work out a peaceful settlement Gabon President, p.m. at the 'Tangerine! Bowl Alabama State made giant
Professionally-trained hairdressers know the Importance of Albert-Bernard Bongo noted that he thought his country has with the B-CC Wildcats of Day- fast Meeting;; UOO-Cutral strides today into the worldof
their customers' preferences when unwanted gray becomes a a responsibility to intervene and said, "It is time for the two tona Beach facing.the Kentucky Florida Classic Parade;3-5:00: recording as the first recorded N.Y. s U.L'
problem.These experts also know that Clairol created semi men from now on to understand each other. to find a satisfying State CollegeTboroughbredsof Hospitality Hour; 7:30: p.m. -' music releases ever
permanent Loving Care' hair color lotion without peroxide. solution for Nigeria and Biafra.' Frankfort has allthelndlc at- Pre-Game Show, Tangerine In the University's history AKRON, Ohio>-The B. F.
to color only the gray without changing the natural shade. They 'Ions of a sellout Bowl; 8OOp.m.CentralFlorlda : were displayed by the choir' Goodrich Company has announced '.
also find Loving Care blends back color faded by chemical NOT LIKE OTHERS 'Dr. Johnny Jones.Natl o n"al Classic Football Game and band of the Music Department a grant of S6.000 to

processing. Because of its mildness, Loving Care maintains NASSAU-(NPI-- 'Bahamians'i will not fall victim to the i Alumni President from Miami. Tangerine Bowl;and 10:30 p.m. the National Urban League,
healthy looking hair and lasts through a month of shampoos. "strife that has caused.uch tragedy .in other developing The Wildcats coached by Jack Central Florida Classic, Victory Dr. Levi Within, Presidentof Inc., New York. 7
Whatever a woman's reason for wanting Loving Care for her countries,', according to Arthur A. Foulkes, minister of McClairen will be seekingre- Ball, ,Expo lUOB Hall Alabama State, had only Since 1966, the company has
hair she Is always wise to consult a professional beautician. tourism and telecommunications, recently Re noted that the (venge from Kentucky who defeated OCTOBER 12 8:00 a.m.Alum- praise and commendation for contributed $38,000 to the orv"'::
Hairdressers are equipped with a family of fine Clairol productsand government and the people are determined to continue our t them last season by an ni Fellowship Breakfast. both the choir and the band, ganization, including 120,000
the training to promise each patron the loveliest and most development without violence. It is our Intention, with the extra point((20-19)).The Classic TheSethune-Cookman College u both are noted for out-. toward, the building programof
personalized haircoloring effects every time she visits her salon. help of God, to build a society where people of different races Which will be a weekend of.galayfestlTities Wildcats downed the Albany' standing and national acclaim Akron Community Service
1.I If you dislike gray, and want no peroxide, why not ask your and cultural backgrounds live and work together u brothersfor has attracted state College Rams Albany, among colleges and university' Center in which the National
beautician to glamorize it with Loving Care? the good of all.' ,national; sponsors which in-'' Georgia 34-0; Saturday nightIn choirs and bands the nation Urban League conducts ,its-.

e Cliirol Inc. 198 Court./of Clilrol Inc. elude Frontier Golf C1 u b's Daytona's Memorial Stadium over,.. Akron program. ,

MADAME!: PRESIDENT ,Southeast Open Tournament before; 3,500 rain. soaked .. -
f y rvwc UNITED NA110NS-\NpI--tor( ) 15 years, Miss Angle Elsa'srwwrrwreaurauucueuxxatnwuaaNhroaranuseunauesrnePe .Jekyll Island,Georgia;National -' fans. ..
; fraternities;Florida Alumni The Wildcats, one and o n e j
......... A' AU F'Ball ;Chapters; politiclaJls.alrJiles: ; for the season have compiledmore 1\
FAMU restaurant c h a Ins a nd Insurance than 850 offensive yardsIn 1j j .
: companies. two weeks; Charles Darnswas "" '

..Schedule'TALLAHASSEEtFlorida A highlightof the weekend will, the Individual starter f or A. M. .
"be the boronatlon ceremoniesof B-CC;passing for two touch ROOFING. ': ,
AtM Miss Alumna 1969-70 In the downs, Includinga45yarderto' > y *"\*. tfrvj!

will play the following football ,Chantilly Room at the Statler Gregory Dobson.Dobson, a '
for the versatile 189 f la k r''' And
teams on the dates indi- Hilton Hotel, Vying pound n e 'l
ated: Oct. 11. Alabama A4M, ,coveted title ''are Mrs. Edith from Defray Beach also threw
Normal, Ala., Morris Brown Honeywell;Mrs.Daphne Porter a 49 pus to split end Elijah
Mrs. Catharine Fulllns;, Richardson for a touchdown.He .
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College, Homecoming;Oct. 18, onstructiorirCompany : >
Oct. 29,TennesseeStateNash.' Mrs;GwendolynHoward; Is the team punter.BethuneCookman {
yule ,Alice Akins; Mrs. Loretta College
Nov 8, North Carolina A4T, Mannings; Mrs. Patricia Pine- will play Kenucky State College, 1. .' '1. J
Greensboro; Nov 15, South- sett; and Mrs.Flora Faulkner. in the Alumni sponsored Cen '. ;! .
\.' ern University,''Tallahassee Each teamwtildisolayalocal tral Florida Classic Saturday, :: t
J. Nov. 22, Bethune Cookman,; ;grldder Ricardo Flajler, a October 11, at, 8:00: p.m. 1 n : :
end with the B-CC Wild Orlando's Tangerine Bowl. r
Tallahassee Nov. 29 split :
; Tampa ,
University, Tampa. cats and Clarence Heggs, a BCCi3; 7 0 14 34 l2'/2' % OFF: I
Dec. 8, Orange Blossom halfback will see action with 'Albany State 0' 0 000 -
Thoroughbreds.. Bothath- B-CC-Peterson. 10 run!Kick
Classic Miami.
Night games will be'played letes are from Jones High' failed. B-CC.Clark; a pass ; ,;

Oct. 11, 25, Nov. 15, 22 and School. from Barnes, Haywood kick. : i
You ve found the finest 29 and Dec. 6. The game of The weekend activities will B-CC Anderson;5 run. Hay-.i: .. .",
SeagranfS V.O. Oct. 18 Is a Conference: game. begin Friday October lOat 5:00 wood kick ;B-CC:.Dobson. CALL 733-3299. '
The Smooth Canyn. p.m. with the Hospitality Hour pass from Barnes, Haywood

'...s Alabama State U." Ceedkrtkted pass kick. from B-CC Dobson Richardosn, Haywood, 50 FREE ESTIMATES : ., .1'

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frCC Albany t 'I'
As Secretary
I.) f4I' First Downs '17 11 r.Q' '..' .' Written" .Guarl1/reon. nil'" .'. l .
Mrs. Jacqueline ,,Mai lor yJ 1 retarles'Asaci 1attoD' Inter Yards Rushing 191 22 : '. :. 'New Roofs. &,Repair Work 'w.. 4 ,,
.Secretary' to' Dr. Levi Wat-, national. Yards Passing 263 99 ) : : ., ': "; : ,, ..t .

kiDs, President of Alabama' Mrs. Mallory 'is a native of Passes 35-1729-14 i
State i University'for m o r e reside Passes Intercepted 1 1 ,
Mobile but currently BANK .
than five years, was recently \with her husband, .Chester Fumbles Lost' 1 1 1ft! H,.. .,i l'i ii. ""f h...'.., ;
,M*TOM C" initiated Into The Penalties *- lio '
tv *SW, gee Chapter of National Tuske Sec- Services Mallory,'Director at ASU. of.Testing Punts 1-8 5-28 37 l' .. ... ,..;''I

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Abe Jackson Urban League would like to unoooct ita
"CithensWp Education Program Due to only sixty percent
of tilt eli0>Ie Black population ere registered to Tote the
Jacksonville, Urban League Is sponsoring a Citizenship .t.Education -
Program TUs short term program will extend until COME
the,end! of lot year.

The purpose of this program SAVE!
with the highest concentration
It to acquaint and make the
ettiseni at this bold new city on non-voters.
Each program session wlllr AT
more awe of the structure w I
of our government and also the involve basic information on
the w
"Role" they can play by being following Structure topics: Governmental DOVNTOWNVOOLffORTH

a registered voter. The training ; Community j'",
Development and
sessions! vfll be held once lion; Health, Education Organisa and STORE ;
weekly, three boors per night Welfare service sad Programs DOWNTOWN 300 Street
or day tor approximately) eight 'It
weeks. ; Housing and Urban Development :'.,
; Civil Rights and ,
The classes will beheld In J
the acuities of churches Welfare Organisations;
,prints Q
Employment and Job Training
and public organisations Agencies; Leadership Development Light bmt dmrmHfPLASTIC
and '
governmental agencies. Current :
'City, state and governmental ; Legislation
on Civil Rights; and Evaluation II
officials will be asked to serreas of the Program
reach workers persons.will be asked 0Ii- Leery 1.. Boss, Jr., Community HOUSEWARES 'fI
to serve U community con \ Organiser for the Jacksonville

tarts to emphasize the Importance Urban League will When you buyone t t 2
serve u Coordinator for this
of the
movement. for
The first Program Persons Interested Ih
session will
held this week at Payne be In starting this program In 79 : r, : f

Chap! A.HE. Church onEast your section of community I a

list Street. It will be coSponsored should contact Mr.' Bass at I.,IB mlrnrt ,'F ,
358-83J8. You can stop at the ; : f
by the Concerned Urban League Office: 829 :, Laundry basket, pail with ;Ptt
Cltlsen Incorporated Mr. 6 gallon trash
Pearl Street pour spout 1.
Barry Field, .President. ,%' ". \ can with Lanolin,Many 8 r I
Classes will be conducted SrF f' more Assorted colors.
11 six basic areas of the city : S

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Radii Tension Causes Dade

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I Parents To Qalz Principals TUCK HAND

MIAMI:-Racial tensions, disputes, arguments, rumors and 4 ,.r {
reports of violence, caused more than 1,000 Dade County Stock up now on our quality CELLO TAPE

parent to go into a huddle Tuesday to meet In two schools for b Extra-irMe: fully lined 8711 long. 1z
conferences with school heads,,
The same problems resulted' Saturday night came. Some STRETCH CREW SOCKS When
in the absence of some 600 20 whites are said to have leda "'' one For. bay PLASTIC DRAPERIES
group of Blacks from foot { 1
students from of the
one Orion* I *
schools. ball game toward a bridge near acrylic-stretch nylon 20 r
Rumors of a Black white a canal. Whites, as the two blend Basic black, When You to 00' Easy care, clean, 6

Shootout aj Carol City brought gangs approached the bridge, brown, navy, white, more. buy pair Multi-purpose cellophane beauties for,any room in When you buy !r
about hasty decisions of disturbed fired on the Blacks, wounding Fashlonshadeslnc1udeyel. I for a tape for home, school or your home. 108" overall Ih one pair for

children parents home. to take their fire.four. A Later Black'a teenager Black opened war low, powder, brick, gold, 88 : office handy. !T dispenser wide roll package in a width including! Valance 88 1C tS t

beige, Fit 10-13
three copper. Assorted
The rumors had it that five times by a grew designs, colors
Blacks had been wounded and of six whites p
Southwest ::1
principal vowed
that one white had been whip .
ped, to bring peace

Southwest High, scene of ra- "Blaek A white woman asked about Iit:
,clal fights, was also the scene Rules" and "White
of ,the. Rules" used by Soutbwest's 11
appearance of more AUsworth., TROPICAL FISH
than 700 mad parents who met
It was also brought out that (
to talk with Principal E. Hugh
AUsworth. whites belt-whlpped achaper. ;' OF THE MONTH ENJOY YOUR TOP RECORDING' STARS

Carol City Junior High principal one 0( a ,Blac*,group/ AUs!0 j I,;
Richard CWhiting told worth. was, accused,o'.j' beingt w a e F !
73 per cents'nt the backlash' """ ,_U" iJjIAcr-. ,.._. v ,, wt you r -
of an Incident over the weekend The ,,principals in, both., I buy one atregular _, "hy

had influenced'feelings In the schools asked for cooperation. I price I FABULOUS LOW, LOW PRJCES l

school. ', tttg. .IBf t. e79f
According to Metro deputies La. Parish Has M sa p
Blacks and whites at the Carol Choose from colorful Su-
', matrana Barb, Black Mollies
City Park engaged In a rum
ble." Carol Park Is about Blacks On la kl. *!m 1, Green Swordtails,
twelve blocks from the high r w ''I, Black Tetra Black Platy.
school Later a white student Orleans Grand JuryNEW Famous label I I

reported that he had been

Blacks."board whipped" by angry ORLEANS-CNPI-Ia I '\ \ 'S S 45RPMRECORDS )

complete turnabout of local
practices of many years, four \ 1I Trrrltlr "..."..tI.m al,

Negro Affairs Unit Black men were placed on the II HAMSTER {
Orleans Parish grand Jury :

Plans. I Special HelpPHILADELPHIA recently been Formerly systematically, Negroeshad excluded 1 1 } l...... buy Whtnyoll one at 1 1//

:-The American from this type of service Sheer me.hSEAMLESS I 1* 1 "
Foundation for Negro wltbIDtII., city.It __ S
was only when IePllults'rert
Affairs has launched
a program instituted that the courts iFick I /from loch arliitt at one
here to establish 100 NYLONS When b... Tom ,
you buy cage ?rye Crosby lamorl Mamoi and, it
to Black
began use
classes to supplement the education people, Le ,
''for (r/ Papal Banana Splilt Paul Mou
of Negro children between but then the usage was restricted only f/f;r not, Rick Notion and many mart,
to one, or maybe two 2
1* the ages of seven and at the most. Seconds of demi.toe Vfc When you buy I t q
Once a Black man was lace mesh with V -Pair for i 18x101x8l"cagehasexer
Chairman.Samuel 1., Evans sheer-I' i else wheel, water bottle,
said that the deficiencies of placed on a grand Jury in perfections Sizes 9 88C i.;, rest platform, clean-out I T
order to indictment
secure an
Negro school children In the against Walter L. CoileD "rtrt .t"r "r. tray. Speckled blue trim. .
basic skills of reading writIng -
BlacK political boss, of the S '
and arithmetic might be
GOP party In Louisiana and I
Attributed to the black com1D1ID1tf.
again, it was done to
failure to provide a avert x" 3b
possible court action the ter b
on a
,sense of cultural Identity for
the youngsters.The grounds that no Negroes were

Negro foundation boards of will education.organize. ,on The the Indictment grand in a trial'1I1'J.,, fell which through resulted

Qualified members of communities ;: !
when Cohen was
will be asked to vol-
exonerated of the charges.
mater a minimum of twohoursteaching
The four appointed included
time per month. Lambert C. Boissiere .
Common Please Court Raymond Luclan Randall: Jr. you buy
Pace Alexander has been Bailey, Earl for 8pI'iueoul'.rd'SUAVE'SPRAY
and Frank William Matthews. /O.r.larnn'orirar

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Florida AIM Head CoacbJab' .'thar' to i front to stay.niftowmtfr FRESNO Calif;--One of the former create of the New York OpponentsGREENSBORO

Gaither looks ,bock on his point after Giants died of a seizure at Ill!home recently
Rattlers' 2T-7 win over South kick wag good-and FAMU led yrtti1 ,N.C.-Football
Carolina State, Saturday night 13-7 art' Ie hal 4:! Henry (HammerIn' Hank) and left the team in 1956. to Ben Blacknall stopping

he sees the Bulldog's first The thfrd quarter'was another Thompson, third baseman, Thompson had a tangle with opponent's sweep or blitzing on

score as the turning point, lathe scoreless duel but the Rattlers Series who played on two World New York police He moved to third and seven.

game. came bald with another pair Teams was pronounced Fresno and( watched his old Although only a sophomore,

"We '.were' having a little 6f TDS tt the};; final frame. dead Coroner by Fresno Bob Morrison.County team play. A month ago some Blacknall has become pretty

trouble cettine'outsehes: together -, Settlbg')xip sh'dp on the FAMU deputy 43 ,Giants and he played a two- Important cog to the AlTfootball
," he" said, "and our 45, Scrbggs connected onpas- Thompson The was years Inning exhibition game as a machine Aggie Coach
of the death
defense was not operating as sea of 17 yards to Gina, 12 to age. not cause tribute to Willie Mays. He Hornsby Howell currently has

it would, have been.. In fact, Glen.Edwards nine to Kent was mined. Immediately deter singled In that game and drove the Louisburg native playing

It was so much so until they SchooDTJeld to bring the Rat An in a run. He remained In both defensive' end and line
autopsy was planned.
scored'a. touchdown on ,us. tiers'ilGthid'tttlktng distanceof Frisco for a party given by backer.

But t; th1Qk,that.wa. the best thOtUlioM''goat, ''' at the 2. Thompson the first Black Monte Irving Horace Stoneham, presidentof In a closed scrimmage last
thing that could've happened Runs j by ''fullback James to the Giant players the Giants, and appeared to Saturday, Blacknall showed why
to our boys. Owens and Gina got the ball to contract. be in good health.Willie he broke Into the Aggie lineup
They Joined the club In 1949.
"We pulled..Qutselves together the '1Q where Glnn took In the as a freshman. As defender,
and( from that pointon rest .of mm, breaking six'tocklM'p0'.the third and at played outfield mostly He at Dixon he was the fifth man in .tile.
It was all Florida A&M." offensive backfield,
; !
Carolina's touchdowncame rood at both. In 1950 he led "I think that I have a better
South Lovett's pit { e the score, the National League third Co-captains
After a scoreless first ,20.7. YAMV. T" idea of whats going on DOW,"
'T basement in
double with
quarter when sophomore Edwards shored the final TD said Blacknall. "Last yearIt

quarterback Blrto Benjamin, of the game from the one after 43.Thompson This SeasonALBANY was somewhat of a new pro-
came: from the
hit Deft ,halfback, Samuel an Interference call against minors gram"
Leaphart'\ 'with a five yard. S.C.State had ,tlyen FAMU streak durlogtheGiants'winDing Ga.-.Willie Dixon Like many of the current
He hit
strike with 8:15.: ;, the bah on theme with a first J0.J951. who grew In the shadows of Aggies Blacknall has had to

It ,was'" then,when;'the Rat-. and g t.,1. enough In the club's homers to play He a walked role Jake Gaither's football domain adjust to a new position, He
closing: -
"" .' *!*: *,.T r I. /, Ginn and( defensive monsterman 'seven times the and( Al Denmark, an unknownin had beet a pretty good coun-
I" Raymond: Wilcox werename4 \World Series andsetarecord the Ram football camp two try quarterback and halfback
will co-captain the in high school in fact.*coocI
,offensive.and defensive r He tied another mark when he years ago,
players ,of, the, week by the (got one or more hits In each 1969 Albany State College enough on the field and in the
Rattler Coaching staff. Wilcox Rams In their combat against classroom to attract a scholarship
of the 1954 World Series.
racked up eight unassisted Hank played nine in the the likes of Tennessee A.& L, otter from Wake Forest -
years South Carolina State and Ala .
tackles and assisted on nineoth.r. ,
majors and compiled a lifetime -
bama A. t M. However after graduation, merit. his honor. batting mark of.267. He
The Rattler's next outing will It is a first-time honor for Blacknall decided to enter the
hit 129 homers
be at Normal, Ala., Saturday with 28 in the over 1954 the pennant span both of these Floridians. According Air Force Instead of going to
Against Alamba A&M. winning to Head CoaCh Bobby college. That's when he got

r+ year. Lee, who announced, the selection his first taste of defense
His first big contract was of Dixon and Denmarkto "Service ball is rougher "
Augustine with the St. Louis '
Browns. He
lead the '69 Rams, "Both he said, "and depends more
'played 27 for them In1M7.
1 games are giving the team a lot of on brute strength In college
Then he went back to the
J Black National real solid leadership." you nave better coaching, that
League in 1948
I Falcons Play Tallahasseeand is the coaches teach
;h Dixon, a native you more
before with
tiers came to lite. Sophomore "' :;...._...........__; He continued signing with the Giants. the Rams' leading candi- of the fundamentals and skills."
quarterback Steve Scruggs engineered Paul Robinson (left), named 1968 Rookie of the Year in the AFL and the outstanding running Giants date for small-college All-' At 6-Z. Zl5pounds. Blacknall

a 55-yard scoring Three Finals back for the Cincinnati Bengals, is shown working out on an Exer-Gym with teammateBobby American honors Is a 6-1, is not exactly overbearing la

march highlighted by timely .Hunt, star safetyman and pass Interceptor. Robinson, a speedster from Arizona University Tennessee lops 187-pound senior who led the his defensive positions But

passing and crushing running ,who played only one season of college football,'led the AFL In rushing last year with 1,023 team In interceptions with le makes up for lack of size
by Hubert Glnn. The Rattlers RALEIGH, N.e.:-The Saint yards and scored eight touchdowns. Like Hunt, and the rest of his teammates Robinson Is a StateIn eight In "68. "Sweet Dix," a with a lot of hustle and heart.

drove to the Bulldogs one. Augustine's College Falcons firm believer in exercise on or off the field, and finds the ExerrGym to be the ideal body Albany moniker hung on him by his "When Pm back there on defense -

ya/d line where Gina bulled"over can boast of having some toner and conditioner. The product, an Isometric/isotoniC device has gained widespread teammates, grew up with football ," he said, I Just want to

i for an apparent scare/' :good foct3ftalent trying but popularity In the professional training camps.this'summer! throughout both/eagues.FAMU's Nite Battle hanging around the lock- beat the man in front of me. I

The play was called back,'. for their team/ this year. Within '" er-rooms at Florida A. ft M. want to make quick contact soL

however, as the Rattlers were Incoming afefl'.of freshmen University His father, noW can see what is going on.",
quilt of Illegal procedure 'and-\aauttS( mostly from NASHVILLE . Fleet deceased, was head plumberat Oft the'field, Blacknall is a

Glnn did a repeat, this time foreign countries, the Falconsare Schoolfield Spurned Coleman Charlie Thomas and Maceo FAMU for more than 20 'rather mJld-manneredyouncs'
from six years out and after working hard for a tough paired up and years ter. The confidence oozes out

Horace Lovett's boot for the schedule ahead. On the Falcon in stellar performances as Dixon spent all of his free when he talks about football.

point after sailed wide to the, soccer,team are two sets Bids From Tennessee State University time trailing such FloridaA. "We have a pretty good defense -

right, FAMU trailed 76. -, I..sOf teother comblnationsRog-< Ivy League SchoolsTo football 42-7 team InWJHaleStadluEspearl swamped AlbanyState & M, greats like Willie ," he said. "U our offense -

But Ginn wasn't through.The "' it and Edy GauYln of the Bronx m. Galllmore, Bob Hayes and can score two touchdownsa

f Rattler defense held and tW'p: New ,York' Eddie and Samuel prep grldder and < Hewitt Dixon from the field game we'll be in pretty good
ed the ball Aura ofamasl; Ghana; one the big blue's offensive coach'sson "
over to the offense to the locker-room. shape.
49 yards away from paydlrt. cousin, combination: ;Cyril Work Wth-Rattlers! Coleman caught four passes Highly regarded one, of'' As a personal goal,Blacknall

It took Just six plays, Including Nwasi ami-Michael )AUulcuba for 54 yards and the the best*defensive backs in ;;wants to become an even bet-

.. a five yard scoring burst of Blafra/W.: Atrk4.; -i-. fames' Ret-snd'laat'score'Vhli colliegtfte mks, ttratfihznUae'ed 'Her defender for the Aggies.

.- ,.. f ft Thomas'churned up 53' back ''17"klckstor'a'more "Playing defense to me is
; ry Has'Speeel-And; ForceAs yards on 12 sorties that set the ,
,'I than 600 yards last season, being able to read plays and(
66 CADILLAC SEDAN DEVILLE ............ $2795'CCMrclrCON1rOtAIRCO'.OITINEDCAAStAI. 6,130 hometown fans scream-
running two of them all the react, almost at the same time
'. .. with
t.r!!5 ing delight
00 AL lucalC Door: DIIM'IR. Well'As Power, And Strength The John Merrltt-coached way for a scoring Jaunt of I' am trying improve ja y

grldders drove 77 yards in nine 79 and 95 yards. lateral movement and my ability -

67 EL DORADO 4595 plays the first time As a freshman, playing defensive to detect backs coming
11111//llu..s TALLAHASSEE, FLA.-.(FAM U-With Kent Schoolfield it's way I like them. Steve is going they gottheir tackle "Dennie" out of the backfield. fast as
Tnt IKMINO W !8L CIUISI CONTROL C *Af w.r rS,C.MAta CO* hands on the ball. Cliff ,
not the "I've always wanted to be Rattler" It's slm- to be a real good quarter
:'-Cl'tCONOItlOM'' a story. Brooks tossed ranked second on the team, possible."
ply "I like to play football" back.. All he needs is a couple an It-yard aerial -
Columbus East to Coleman with 87 tackles. Following a Even with dedication, be said
69 RAMBLER SST,11/1I The Columbus Ohio native High School also of;games under his belt.": capping the subpar soph year he openedthe football is fun "I really like
2" ranked third in the nation drive. Charles Harrell kick-
M, A fjiavAtie' IIANlMlttQN.. >** :O/.I* :11.II32595'I. spurned 54 offers from colleges last year with his '51J5 clock, ,1.Q: Have; you ever busted the b'all ed the extra point with 9:25: 1969 season with a bang, the game and It'l got to be tun
':IDVfACT0tf:4A//ANiQtoM.O( >."?A'.1\ around the nation, Including Ing in the 440 1 after scoring, and what do you remaining the making a total of 16 tackles to me since I wouldn't haveto
hurdles in addition on first-period
some of the I v y to the think of the new rule disallowing clock. ten of them unassisted against play in order to go to college -
V 61 CHIVlf NOVA .tr\W11 League schools. well as' running'on; conference it? : A: Yes, I've busted it, Fayetteville State. ."
f 4-,*,!C.VAlI.; f OAf IIFHIif.0: ,f*',1>:11"AMASI 1 y( Oregon, Kansas and Nebraska winning 'mile relay three or four times. I- think Quarterback Brooks lugged --
68 BUICK If SA8RI S799S to team for the past two years. it's the pigskin nine yards o n a --.---.;- '
come to FAMU. a dumb rule We'll j Just\ '
r. .i.ynr'7r.A. I'j LM.'QW,A.T "'(, But his forte, despite .deeper for the game's second YOU
.5,1rr; J. l1 1 wanted the have,to find else to TO GO TO TOWN TO G
'I C/iEVULE/ MALIBU r.n.............:...... .... .....s$1795 -to play in having.his name ift the, do with something tally with 43 seconds showing t
South ?
the ball
at.< .. because of the climatebut now, .
:?MAOla'+ oNwlorlwsrE.Ispyl"f'' i ra': J' FAMU track record book., with giving the BIG BLUE a 14-0
I also wanted to Somethlngeke to do the't
play on "
IPONTIAC GRAND. a good football team he Being a flanker or wide re-'I' ball. School might be lookingfor intermission bulge and enough
68 PRIX' 2995 ceiver is a hazardous Job as'' points to win their second LOW PRICEDRUG
said. "Hank something else to do with
AH MI' oooB.n THAT;fw n im OKANO! Butler a FAMU
>!I' ;ON5HIH.I! AND f the receiver concentrate\ straight this season and an
",.<11;! -. f' 'I' d J61'CHYROLETlMPAlJ1SPTCPL d'P. graduate from Columbus was the ball after he scores,1 but he'must.'tatch '
r on catching the bait and leave eight-game win string over.
..... 'always' telling me about FAMU himself for itflrst.| qt wi..vt: ?$ open unmerciful: he can. seasons STORE NEEDSTrade
and I '
'IIA, rtgNAfIC,UMPhl s.eIINO.R\NDt: '' seeing The Brooks
blows from the defensive players -bound( TO covered
'6$ CHEVROLET' IMPALA SM.:c upr!b.i.a.! .. JS2I94P.e.rA .; the Rattlers scores in the ; But it doesn.tb, other In the tight situations when 70 yards In seven plays.
> ;'yuAJGKigM! '<''W> f ,. paper. "Hank is a very good School.. .valuable yardage is needed and Freshman Glenn

47 fORD GALA XII JOO ?....{..ill...\f.'...'Q;;..?.:....'s\11'"' friend of Coach Griffin(FAMU "I Just go out and try, to beat Kent oYUlliCthefla nk later thrilled the par.tls Larkln.who an With Your Neighborhood Drug Store. WE WILL:
'A',;:o.0'renaortrt.AUoM.Atr' ;;.PO''+1TR1"tre1' { Head Defensive Coach, Pete) Watch I The quarterback will MEET ANY PRICES ACV IN YOUR LOCAL PAPERS;
and catch the ball.Pve crowd with a 54-
61 PONTIAC: TEMPEST .-....;..........i,.",...) {209S and I finally chose FAMU. I my man :go to School non-scoring We deliver We also fill all Doctors' Prescriptions.
been knocked loose from the yard punt return that brought
(,',\1>:)",,,,:;,lvgnnTIRANsrtssloNrotte. \ \1U I"'G" ;!,a; have never regretted
my ball a few times but t h o s e back memories of Ex-M e r-

We Take Deals, Where Others ReIyss,I ; choice"School", as he is calledby things Just happen\", t',First Two GamesMide rittman Nolan Smith.took Ram

r Approved oh Spot1tmi his teammates, covers the School likes to set up thede'i punter, Howard Slocomb's punt Dixie Pharmacy

flank for the Rattlers and has fense and gets a bljthrill from; HistoryFor and raced 52 yards for h I.

)' S. E"aN.s- the speed moves and tenacity beating his man. Although he's first collegiate TO gtvlngh 1 steam
: a 9,6 sprinter he thinks moves, a21.Oleadwlth11:07re-
He also
to trackwhere be a great one.he garnered, are more Important than speed. Gramlilfif maining to the third period. 1302 ,KINGS ROAD AT MYRTLE

::3rd & MAIN ran championship in the "I try to combine my speed and( "I think we uncovered a real
the moves but if snot alls p e.,d.' ..GRABBLING, LA.CSPECIAL( ) fiodlnThomas, "Merritt Pill 353-5531
,., II JUOPEN' I '. :-":' lJW' ._ ,high hurdles; The: athlete fromi Take Melvin Jones (Rattler The first two games of the 1969 beamed after the game "ButI .

., ". .t rTrji. ; : ----- end( ) for example. He's not season have been epochal for think we all took this team a
t '1 "'d. ; blazing fastbuthelsatremendr Grambllng College. little too lightly They came to, .

receiver ,The Tigers lead the nation In play. It was ball LOW PRICKS .
''f, ous because bet, .has 1, ( rough game
:, :EARN-AND-IEARK, PROGRAM() FOR WOMEN so many moves." paid attendance with 123,412' for both teams"

I School also likes tocatchina ''spectators and havedemon* Blocking Jim 'bu D'SPunt.. QUALITY WORK"SOME

: j. .T( '6ns.i crowd and prefers it tot h e strated conclusively that foot the Rams Set up their only' .
I .1 Offers' A c ursIin long bomb. ''It's like a per ball Is beyond coming ofage on tally early in the final frame.' OF Oil PAST,jCCOIIT
t 1,Uznikf sonal war with the defense," the North Louisiana campus.' ;Faking over on me BIG BLUE: :'.

he said "I get a big thrill Y Grambllng lured 62,294 fans nine, Kennle Burke hit Sherman _, .Grand( Park Elem School.- jl, .. "
:9 \ GRAPHIC ARTSVaritYping and It'.'.more excitement to Into the Los Angeles Memorial Melrln standing on p a y.' Fla Star News' ,",r..
;{ \ :: : ff : catch' the ball with people all Coliseum for its opening encounter dirt on his third try Slocomb Carter G: Woodsoa School ,':; /I"
,. around you" with/lcorn AiM.andused toed the extra point to clip', 'Gee W.Carver School l ..,

,f',1, ". ', Tape Punch With the grace of ab a 11 e t t its magetlsmaweeklater State's lead to 21.7 with 11:02 Forest Park School f t.:.f.:
: ':4 dancer School just floats down.' to captivate 60,118 patrons In left to the final tun. ,Ephenns Jr. Academy t
: field on his patterns catches Its annualpllgrimageto New Durjng the last 11 'minutes, Edward Water College \ ,4

ii "' Headliner Composition. the ball.'with deceptive'ease, York's Yankee Stadium to play Sophomore.. signal caller'Joe! Over 79 Weddings (color) eR It J'

and returns to the huddle as Morgan State. GilHam, .engineered three .Y. Daniel.;Elem School :

AuroAUno If nothing has happened.Its This is especially significant' State 'ID'S. .' For a crowd ;St. Panrt.M.1.. Church t' l ;'
4 ; because he's always relaxed as it marks the first time that pleaser-Jefferson Street Joe ''Mt.Ararat :Church ;;:

,' by PART 'TIME(, EMPLOYMENT "I'make it a point to an NCAA college division team completed a 10-yard.scoring, i Astro Geld! Men Club '' 4 :'S

be relaxed", he said, "nottoo has led the nation in attendance( toss to Coleman u the''t u'n I Joe Baker! And Assoc .S

For Those Who Qualify relaxed, that can be costly after two games of any modern sounded' to end the game: Brayboy And Assoc .. I S

f but 1 am relaxed. I Idon'twor- 'campaign. The Jefferson Street dandy Jazville i i f Recording Co. J'
ry about the coverage or any- It also represented the Initial drove'30 yards in two plays, '
I with 10-yard handoff (OUT OF SPACE) Bob 8outk ;
thing. Just go out andcatck appearance of a predominatelyblack Thomas -' ;
FUll IIME EMPLOYMENT the bait" both the East and a 20-yard ,
college on scoringrun ;
A. .!. DeliOwnera
',Qt-St Scruggs is a lett- and West Coasts in major by Jake Mayes. GlUiam : Alpha, Phi Alpha I- ; Thifi; .

I .,"' .:; : !: After Training Period handed\ quarterback Will this stadiums on successive weekends capped a 26-yard march witha :Oven 50 private Clubs .- Campus. Towers L., .,S
1 t": create, any problems with your one-yard,plunge Playing StlldJo.Roral DJpIomaq Club -, RoD ad Loa .
(' ti catching.,for bail? t A: Last The GrambUne.Morgan game the spoiler.\,this week by bump st.."School .".Btllla lie.''Scllool: ;. Roosevelt t
f w witfQUHtEMEITT,: { '$:;Ml&t TTJPE 'O WOI.DO' ,J>EK MINUTE,.OVER 19 YRS: year 1 had a problem adjusting' was, also seen nationally on tag Albany State from the unbeaten Wub1Dctoa" 8hons ScbooL ;
R !
r I nv r.+ p<- .to it but I have gotten usedto network TV Sunday on "Col- ranks next week Coach tIS tISBdJool

:\ J"lfnllllA STAR .' '232 -"-lNitrlif l, M., Mar 'Utk St. him. now and I don't have any lege Football Highlights" Merrltt takes his football caravan lIIOm .SMITH STu'bio.tJ

., trouble at all. By the way. !which ,,featured.Ponn. State- to Houston where be will

1., .Steve has plenty of tip to his Navy, Southern California- place hU'perfect season's?; :J lstl t Iii MYRTLE HE: Evi i O'1M-3: :J' ':
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I Fort Valley State Loses, To Alabama State By Score Of 23-31 After Lead I

'AI. I.I'S First To Victory Albany State His forbes'BJlI' Ii \ '

Jery.ProN. CherryWholeAs Sport brief
1N" First Period : ,r!':, '" D
Piss "
I' A&T Begins New Season Roy Campanella was at the Dupont Plata Hotel for the eighth j I'
FORT VALLEY, C*. Coach L.J. Lomu.J. Wildcats showed annual dinner of the Employ the Handicapped Committee of ,1

football fans In their first opener that they have an explosive i.f >.J": tr.' : CREENSBOTO, N.CrThe oddf Cherrywasexpected to be a Dade County in Miami,,on October 9. The theme was Salutee ,3:
offensive attack as they Jumped off to an 8-0 lead scoring 16 J'ii keep rising that speedy Doyle favorite target of quarterback to Achievement. He was the speaker Re wu Introduced by cj.,;
quick points in the first period of play and fell shy of another Cherry will have his best year Red Barber, broadcaster of the history-making exploits of k-j
scoriae opportunity in the fed period when they were stoppedon as a football player All T.At Stan Jacobs .when the Agglesopeeedthelrhome Campanella in Brooklyn. IJJI
the Alabama State 6 yard line. season Saturday ..... ..
'least If history repeats itself, J'
Sophomore tailback Kelly the Wildcats Y Cherry could out in ablate October 4, against J. C.. Caseins Clay, former heavyweight boxing champion, and foe )"
,on go
Dawsey jot the Wildcats off 20 as Averietts to of glory Smith. Frailer champ In six states, nearly came to blows recentlyIn It
to a good start on pins of 7, yard attempt appeared "The past two hesald"Ihavebeenhamperedby "1 would like to have a real a Philadelphia 0m after using a few threatening words. ,-,
IS, and 12 yards scoring on a be headed straight for the uprights seasons good year," be sail "I start Clay moved his entourage to a nearby hoist Frailer did not 10,"?
yard run with 17.45 seconds but a Wildcat hand deflected ed early to get In condition and come out. .,b
Injuries before the season even :
to play in the first the boot which went I think that ***.**.** 7"
period. helped me.
wide of its mark. starts. ,ThIs time lam"ell.
Quarterback Robert I also Arthur AshewasupsetrecentylntosAngelesbyJim Osborne ,
Edmonds Cherry recalls that it wu the am playing a positionthat >
teamed The tide turned late in the I I Coach of Honolulu unheralded The and ,
up with flanker Ronnie same when he was in Ugh like am glad an player. score was -1,7-9 tf
( Lowe on a 35 yard pass 4th period for the Wildcats as school way charlotte He was Howell gave me a chance to 63. Osborne thereby advanced to the semi-final of the $30,000 ".i

play! !in the initial drive and junior tailbackFrankReddtmg, plagued by injuries'sophomore ) play blanker" Pacific Southwest Open. tennis tournament. Ashe Is fourth in .;.'.
hit 'Lowe again for the 2- number one ground gainer last and Junior year then Cherry the first athlete a t tennis ratings. j:
season who hadn't looked to; ALT in assecae
point conversion. stormed back to score 23 touchdowns many a year to play
With a little over 6 minutes 'Impressive carrying the ball 4p his senior three sports. He spurned a pro Locally New Station's Blue Devils, with a crushing ground ,v
remaining in the first period only five times at that Junc- i r' "I knew load to do year something football and basketball game anf arock-rlbbeddefense.outgunnedQulncysParramore" ;?!
Edmonds and Lowe teamed up ture showed that he hadn't Both Howell and basketball Lions 30-6. Halfback Harold Hart totalled three touchdowns. .;,/
again, this time for a 45 yard: lost his form. Redding took an ALBANY GaRegjie Forbes, above, I-S. 240, II one of my"I knew senior thatlwouldif year/ said tbave Cherry. coach Cal lrvln a tt II t to Defensive back John Sherman scored for Parramore by scoop- \\t.:
TD play and anothet'2-points'"" Edmonds hand off, broke three Albany State's best players. Forbes, when questioned, said any Cherry's natural skills. H e log up a Blue Devil fumble and carrying it 80 yards into the i i';
conversion to give the Wildcats tackles, and bulldozed over "I Just gave it the all-out try." He was speaking of his high money go to college and my was chosen on the ALL-CIAA end tone .
a nine point advantage.Alabama's another would be defender fora scholarship average of 3.51. His coaches feel that he standsa only way" was to earn a scholarship basketball team last season. ********* fir,:..
This time the situation
first TD came 40 yard TD.'J.B. Williams good chance of being an All-American possibility.--Albany Is almost .-Injuries -- "I Uballdthesports"soldCherry Calvin Hill of Yale, Dallas Cowboy star,wu chosen in the No. :
midway in the first period as booted the PAT to help ice State Photo. have dogged Qe him at ALT "but right nowmy! mind' 1 draft of the team recently Ey.brownere raised. Coach Tom J
a result of pass interference the game for the Wildcats --but the stakes is on football" Landry put Hill into the backfield where he best Craig Baynham *
are somewhat
called. on the Wildcats 35 yard with a little over 2 minutesto And Alabama higher. Cherry's InspiraUon, speclal. out of his Job during the exhibition However Hill got the \
line After several running play. Albany State A good with the A nlu ly for football came from a n Associated Press' designation offensive Player of the Week lathe
plays; QB Lloyd Ivy hit tailback Bama QB Lloyd Ivy put on a could mean year a fat older brother Harry woo National Football League.Hill also ran 11 times for 70 yards
Charlie Weeks for a 10- brilliant display of general- Clash IH Macon October 11 tract for Cherry big pbw precon!liT's starred forJoI1DsonC.Smlth. and threw a 53-yard touchdown pus to Lance Rentsel on the
yard"'ID pass play. Houston pipnf tp in the final minutes prime flanker Several clubs! but died before playing with the option play Therefore, the romp amount to 24-3 over. the St.
Averiett converted the PAT. as he scampered out of the have mon than Dallas Cowboys with whom he Louis Cardinals.
expressed a
Neither team scored in the backfield for 5, 10, and 35 ALBANY GA.finalized--Arrangements have an offensive interior line ''passing interest In him. had signed aaaa
were ,
Bama's final thrust averaeint 280
second yards was
period and the Hornets -
for the
first annual
a 10 yard pass play from Ivy
trailed 15-7 at halftime Central Classic
In the third period it was all to flanker Roosvelt Anderson Albany State City Collete's, pitting .
with 31 seconds/ remaining in "Super- I
Hornets as the Wildcats could-
the The same two team duper" against .
n't to FB game.
seem get going
State University, to lie
Alonzo Pickett capped a 65 ed up for a 2-polnt conversion. '
at Macorfs Porter Stadium
played '

From that point on the : :
yard drive scoring on a 6 .
October ,
on Saturday(
Wildcats were able to run the 'o
yard trap play. The PAT was night). -- '. II" I' ;::-
blocked as the Wildcats defense clock out to salvage their According Albany State's .' ') : "f ::::
seem to come alive opening victory over the Hornets athletic officials, Dr. Billy \ 1" {t" );' IP, <
their first in the past '
Opportunity knocked three C. Black, chairman of the faculty ; .t
times for Bama as their defensive three years as the final gun committee on 1ntercoUerlate A
sounded with the score board Negrostarted :
secondary came up reading FVSC 23, Alabama athletics, and 0 b 1 e W. j,' l5 I
with three interceptions but O'Neal athletic,director, the
State 21.Head .
field goal specialist Houston
Classic will
be an annual a (-
.Averiett couldn't find the Coach Leon Lomax and fair with the Ramsplaytogbost
range missing on 30 and 25 the Wildcat coaching staff to one of the powers in small
yard a<<"mptl.Fortune smiled were quite jubilant over their college ranks each season.
victory along with the team.
The of Rams the : !
for meeting the and
Coach Lomax had praises
the Hornets the 1 d' most
renews o
Watch, This Clown his quite offensive well together unit who in worked their Alabama rivalry of the Georlgla and The
grid powers.
first test. He noted that play
22 39 15 series its
going into fifth
of first year QB Robert Edmonds -
year,Mow stands 1 and 3 with
who hit on 9 and 19
55-31- passing attempts for 181 yards Alabama State on the long end '
and 1 TD. He also felt that of the win streak.,With the exception : !

'3 :: a' running !backs: Kelly Dawsey of last years 24-0 'jnportantbank :'
.. debacle won by Alabama State
: j who netted 149 yards rushing .
all of the grudge battles be- ...
and Frank Redding who rushed
tween the
two rivals have been
1 for 52 yards lI>appeared be in
," .. I.J form Ailing close. ,. _, 5P ,1 mt, +l Lev tl'
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t0'hlumaeIs h.a a.d 11 a (aUf teuu} MtiUJJE/Jl/ S !!
5' pulled down 5 aerials for 136 I 'arrangements 1 '
for the Central ,
and interior lineman
Bobby Dollison and Lawrence City Classic in the Macon are, in the world
6$3.H In connection with the grid extravaganza
R' 50 Walker turned in a tremem- Guy is distributing -
dous performance. .
Sometimes sons 4,000 tickets to high .
: He's Up, Sometimes The defensive unit had some

He's down. He Adds, bright moments with linebackers and school Bibb students County in area the to Macon be '; :: : ". .: :.
Substracts He works it all Terry Hamm and Gerald 'il.
honored free at the gates, if
around Ellison providing the punch.A .
they are accompanied by a n
lot is to be said tor the defensive I
,21. -., 17 -14 units all out effort as adult. .
Porter Stadium, the scene of Old.TqylorPresentsIngeniousAmericans
Coming Attraction several starters are on the ;
the staged affair, will get its
injured list and/ played very first look also at the celebrated

41 II 11MAN'S staff little will If at be aU.spending The coaching the week school's"150 brassy from marcblngband.ASC," the- Charles Richard Drew ((1905-1950))

DAYSNUMIERED working bard with the inexperienced This high-stepping one
personnel but are of the best known college group groupsin Emergency. Someone needs But it was not only through the ,the United States Army. Then, a
be hopeful able that to give the regulars close to 100 the Southeast, will vie with massive blood transfusions imme banking of blood that Dr. Drew year later, his brilliant career was

"Man's Days are Number per cent in Saturday's game the ma 140-plece State "black all-maleAlaba.and got or' diately. The, doctor makes one made his mark. In the 1930s, as a brought ,to an abrupt halt He was

ed Health and Fortune can Coach Lomax stated that this marching band, also one o f simple phone call, and in minutes professor and head of surgery at killed in an auto crash.

be your Tour's Lucky when know Saturday's Clark College game Panthers with will the the best and/in halftime these parts festivities.Albany ,Inpre-. the proper type delivered, enough Howard University medical school, Although he died young, Dr.

the last. game of it to life. in virtually Dr. Drew trained and Drew left mark in
be Just as tough as State, featuring save a Every day, encouraged an enduring

Send Lucky$2.00 Colors for, Set your He said, Clark is a kind of 'canny' Kennle Burke is probably every country of the world, hundreds of young doctors. Under many fields. He had been an outstanding
team that can't allow for
Horoscope Guide for too many While good offensive on of grid the units most in exciting small- blood banks perform their lifesaving his strong leadership, the enrollment athlete and coach, a mag-

.OCTOBERFill fortune rode with us this past college ranks today With service. at Howard swelled. netic speaker, an inspired teacher, a

week we may find ourselves soph. quarterback Burke a t We take blood banks for Shortly after the war,Dr.Drew dynamic administrator gifted scientist -
behind the 8-ba1111 we are not
In the blank below and able to Improve on our first Whale the helm of a the passing Rams With one granted today, but less than 30 was named surgical consultant for and a skilled surgeon.

mall to ZODIAC Post effort. this call But most of all Dr. Charleswas
such fine receivers as Syl years ago one simple phone i1 ,
Office Box 1171, Jacksonville This years match-up should
Fla. :32201 be fairly close as both teams vester Bing Charlie Brown, impossible. It was ,not until I Drew will be remembered as the

lost several, key per.onnel'frpm to Neeley throw Lovett to, Burke and Art utilizes Cameron the 1941 that Dr. Charles Drew,:then Ingenious American who started

NAME __ last ,ear'.team and for both the air game naturally u the, director of the British Blood $ ;' the most important bank in history.
teams are usually up "
STREET annual contest. The Textile Ram's major weapon. Plasma Project,introduced the rev- W uI .You like to own' .this

Classic will be played at All-American The defensive candidate unit beaded Willie by olutionary idea of a central depository ; J handsome sculptured bust of Dr.
OF BIRTH-' Memorial Stadium in Griffin Dixon in the secondary, willTONIGHT for,blood. Charles Richard Drew? It's 8" tall ...
at 8:00
p.m. Drew's next step was to v 1 ', "t made of antique bronze cast stone. .

improve the, methods of preserving x and carries the complete Drew story. 1

blood.And as the first director of the It costs $5.00 (which is what costs,

Ii American Red Cross Blood Bank, us). Send check or money,order. to.:, '

he supplied much-needed plasma to 6, Old Taylor,Box 4865 SGrand Central -

the United States. .Armed Forces. / s," Station; New York' N.'\'. 10017. ,

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oogeouoootaoootaI Woman Charged Discussion Of Race First Federal Mt., Olive Set For SundayAs Certain Auitnlum aboriginal!
I mtrt to shop at Jax brim that they can lam an
Seen As Important Head Extends Women's enemy by putting sharp atone
Day pi broken alas in his foolprinta.mOTRaCHi'.
In Current Battle Welcome Words Dr.JohnnettaBtsc&Cole,assistant of the music. Ushers of New
INPJcLt Bethel A.M.E. and Central
professor of anthropology ,
; During Quarrel CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 Washington University CME Churches will serve.
clpal of the Martin Luther and formerly of this city Miss Waymola Stone, speech Dotit tutttr -rtliivtpun I ''
hi Mcwidi n millloni I tfo nth
King School, Sausallto, Calif. will serve as speaker for the therapist for the Duvla Coun- ,ONA.rL. .Men::, dentist rtcommind
CONTINUED fROM PAGE' 1 "In my oplon, some form of 11 a.m. hour of worship, o n ty Reading Laboratory, and a mini ORA JR.until you leiprofll.lonll .
A In the Juvenile Court black separatism Is not only October 26, at Mount Olive graduate of.Florida A* M University tftitmtnt ." *. **vorajel
Facility part of the solution, but ills AME Church, for the annual will serve as speakerfor 'C
Mrs. Betty Kellman, 38,1846 In many cases the only solo r observance of Women's Day. the 6 p.m. hour worship
Callahan, was shot In the chest tlon -- especially with regard Dr. Cole, is a graduate of Miss Sandra! Smith, a mem -
Sunday with a .38 caliber to decision -- making power Oberlin College andheldsboth ber of Mount Z i o n A.M.E.
JAX IS LOWER pistol. Her husband FreemanJ. as it affects the dally livesof MA aDd Ph.D. degrees from Church, Southslde will serveas .1
.Kellam, 50, was arrested black people living in the Northwestern University and guest soloist for the evenIng -
and charged with the act. He ghettos Walton writes. Roy was recently selected as one worship. t .. .
was held on bond of J2.50U Wilkins, executive director of of the 12 Best-Dressed Black Mrs Dorothy Owens Is sere .t Juu
Prices Good Tin wed.- Oct. 15th. An I argument which ensued the National 1 Association' for Women. She Is the wife of log as chairman of this event,
after their return from a bar the Advancement of Colored Robert Cole,assistant professor Mrs. Prisc:1U: :.Wise,cochairman HAIR' COLORING
Oils IUlfc$ ft Davis Sts. Is said to have led to the People, takes issue with this of economics at Washington and Mrs Gertrude H.
incident./ State University and the Peele, program chairman.
philosophy by saying* "The
2lst.lMrrtlo.Kims Rd.fRishini.33riiMoRcricf Nathaniel Anderson 39, 3923 called for daughter of the late John
separatism by a
Wilson, was shot-In the knee highly vocal minority of / 'Risen: and Mrs. Mary Grant) A.M.E.Conference. e Hides That GRAY ..
.Edjewood A e. by a blast from a ,410-gauge Negro-Americans will harm S$. Lewis, pre.ldeptofFirat F. Betsch of this city The lasting Way
shotgun Sunday. Witnesses the multiracial, pluralistic Federal Savings and Loan Association Dr. Cole, helped guide an hint! If. w..(baths.' '
said he argued with his girl society America Is seeking to of Jacksonville recently eight-weet study tour of Africa dull at nttmr faded hair nrn l be.
REG. 6.49 .friend. Her young nephew became perfect It Is certain to isolate welcomed all First recently for 30American em"near dark end luftrou lasing*, ;radiant.
Invovled.Anderson triedto the black population, to Federal Association person; college teachers,sponsored The fourth and last quarterly t with, hl, hIiFht'. STRAND
Old Forester chase the boy away. The the UCLA African Studies Center conference of the districtAM.E Ilnir lolorng wnn'r rub off
the Joy of the white segrega nel to the largest gathering i or wh'nn. 'cafe
gun went off. tionist." In the company's history.The In cooperation with the U. Church will be Sunday t mven,e.roe,Try STRACa! :
86 pr.Ky..Straight Bourbon S, at Grant Memorial
J breakfast was held at Department of Education. I ONLY 9BtCOMPLETE
****"****** *-************ *** ****"* *y** the Hotel Robert Meyer. Over Mrs Roslyn Burrough Henry Church'Dr,W.F.Foster,pre. NOtNINO.
70 employees and directors of a graduate of Morris siding Elder,will be charge.: ELSE TO BUY
fOllai7rN COMING SOON Brown College and a memberof The business'session will be
499 the First Federal Savings and
Loan Association met for the Mount Sinai Baptist Church Monday. The PreWomen'sDay STRAND HAIR COLORING
will serve as guest soloist tea will be Sunday from Choice of 8 natural shades
of their 35th Anniversary
FIFTH NIGHT CLUB purpose Celebration, the slo-- during this hour of worship. 4 to 6 on the new church Jet Medium IUc, Blown-Buck' --tlfht Dtrk Brown Brown,
GIBBS gan being "11'. Great To Be Also participating will be ground, Flag and Kings Road Ask for !it it your drugglit'
Cillikai, Hi. In First Mrs Gloria Sykes Bruce, the
3 for 1G.95 CJ The Family!! All I
I wife of Re!. Yale Benjamin
four First. Federal office
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2U!. IS9& staffs were in attendance. Bruce, serving as "Pastorfor \ ', '
the .
6.25Smirnoff Day"
REG. Introductions of honored officers
If want better whiskey
Admission: Advance $2.50t and employees were Ohters appearing are: Mrs. .. you a
GIN Door $3 TABLES FREE From 11,PM to 3 AM 4t Leonard Atwater, M r s. H. to the
j made by Edward W. Withorn, go right top.
James Green, Mrs. A. Ken
RECORDING STARSSPYDEI vice-president, who presided.M. .
j ; ,' 94 PROOF G. Schlvely, a former Knight, Mrs Joseph Thayer, Seagram's 7 Crown.
Times Union employee received Mrs. Llllle Williams, Mrs
honors In preparationof Mary Nealey, Mrs. Vernell Say Seagram's and Be Sure. '
Green, Mrs James Jones
the first newspaper ad made .
up for the company In 1934. Mrs. Vivian Copeland, and
I GIN- 5th ( TURNER The John Jelinek Advertising Mrs. Olga Bradham.
: 44gw Agency was acknowledged for The Female Chorus, under 6
AND HIS BAND conceiving and designing tilt the auspices of Mrs. Mary
3 for 11,50 CASEoooooooooooooooooc 35th Anniversary promotional F, Betsch, will be In charge

I 1I Robert M, Smith, Sr., chairI I
REC.? 4.95 t "STAND BY ME" man of the board, one of the I Fir.; Apts. For _Rut
SEAGRAM "HOLD ON I AM COMING"{ original founders of the comI I
pany received special honors thomas St.-2954-Z apts.,
d a along with the board of di Liv. Room-Bedrm.-l kit.
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