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The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
S.W. Harmon
Creation Date:
October 18, 1969


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


Situated on the banks of the Indian River, Titusville in Brevard County was settled in 1867 by a former Confederate officer, Henry Theodore Titus, and his wife, Mary Hopkins Titus. The town was incorporated in 1887, by which time it was already famous for its citrus and pineapple crops. The arrival of the Florida East Coast Railroad in 1892 laid the groundwork for a tourist industry as well. The Florida Star and later the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle provide a diary of these developments. The Florida Star was a weekly newspaper published by P.E. Wagner from 1880 to approximately 1882 and later by S.W. Harmon. On November 1, 1912, the newspaper moved from Titusville to Cocoa, Florida. The Florida Star ceased publication around 1917 and was succeeded in turn by the Indian River Star, which operated until 1920. Another Titusville paper, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle began on July 13, 1900, as a continuation of the Indian River Advocate and East Coast Chronicle; the latter had been preceded by both the East Coast Advocate, edited by W.S. Graham, and the Indian River Advocate. In 1920, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle merged with the Indian River Star and was subsequently published under the title of the Star Advocate.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note:
Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note:
Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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VOL. i IS N0. 25 SATURDAY, OCTOBER II, 1969 20 CENTS Cleveland Woolworth Manager ISrORrt Claims Loaned

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********** Pistol FiredAccidentally"

Maddox Raps Black Teenage Booers

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A Hollyhock Road woman who
\ was charged with first-degree

;fh: murder entered a plea of man
NEGRO MAYORALTY ., slaughter this week and was

given a 12-year sentence, as
the aftermath of a fatal shoot-
,,1 Ing of last year.

I If Mrs Maragret Stevens, 44,
5718 Hollyhock Road, was
sentenced by Judge Marlon

BIG CITY PROBLEM Goodlng of the Circuit Court
on her plea to shooting Clarence

Duval.Hawkins, 29, of 1016 W.

,** ** ** ... .. Mrs. Stevens contended that
) Hawkins had loaned her a gun.

white Principal Patterns Change .Ga. GoY r Na[ At a later date, July 14, she
met him at 1036 W. Monroe

where she planned to return
Homes Federal
Irritated. By \ the weapon. Mrs. Stevens said

Cities Where the weapon went off accidentally I

Government Law "I ImerrntioR when Hawkins attemptedto

grab it. According to Mrs.

J'' Stevens' attorney, Hawkins
LAKELAND A white father Negroes CampaignFrom COURTLAND, Va.!-Gov, had argued with her the night
here was so upset earlier In Lester Maddox, stormy petrel before and had beaten her
the week about the possibility *****.
of the State of Georgia, said
of breaking the law it he did all indications,' according to a donsensus of opinion, during' a speech here that a Teenager Shot
not send his white children to '
ethnic policies are expressing themselves through the electing group of black teenagers who

a school according to orders of black mayors In several cities.A <. '_were booelng him were making A teenager, Booker Allen,
from the school board that he
declared be would st'andpros feature writer has indicated in Detroit, is running on the I sounds that did "not sound ADVANCING WITH WOOLWORTH C.L. Blake (right) receives the keys to a Cleveland 19, 443 Copeland Street, was

ecuUon ,"until hell freezes "Negroes are asserting theory that all are concerned.He human." Woolworth store following his recent promotion to a managerial position with the company shot three times Tuesday at
He does not relish the themselves as they never have has said, too, "I believe I Maddox was In the city to, Making the presentation is E.W. Hauffman (left), Woolworth assistant East Central region about 9 p.m., according to
Idea over/of having his daughters before, in the politics of the stand for hope for this city." talk about "freedom of-' manager. Others participating are D.B. Sorts (second from left), East Central regional Patrolman J.W.Thompson and

In the school with black major cities and even though However, according to the 'choice" in public schools He'Is personnel director and R.J. Carpenter, the region's management training director. Blake, was taken to Duval Hospital
same' they faca uncertain or poor polls, he has convinced only remembered as the man, who began his Woolworth career In 1963, previously worked in three Woolworth stores in for treatment. Allen had two
children prospects for victory, the who parlayed his refusal to the Cleveland area pistol
H.M Giddens Lakeland truck, about 15 per cent of the white wounds in the left leg
black candidates expect this serve blacks at, his Atlanta and one in the right.
driver, said that the Polk election year to alter the urban InAtlannta Jackson has let, fried chicken emporium intoa According to Allen, a seam
School Board gave him
County political landscape. in fundamental an example u ictor._However governorship Athlete's. !I Son with whom he disagreed droveto
L ,.three and Wednesday days, Monday, to enroll,,Tuesday his "s.- .>, ....-..' the white' winner, for:""I e 'the'Ab ut''' 30 negroes'ere.lnv' .: End Of .Segregated the 400 block of Copelandand
Campaigns by Negros have corner of the Southhamp- .
three mayor, secured about 44 per exchanged words and ballets
the Lincoln
daughters School been waged quietly, but ef cent of black votes.The blacks ton County High School when Must' Continue .'

,Elementary or face fectively. However,it has been in Atlanta, repudiated Dr. the governor began to speak., ******
prosecution.Last said that all black candidates Horace Tate at the polls He They Interrupted him. He said Schools
the Griffin year: school the girls attended must fight. received less than 50 per "That sounded like something Fight On Dope I Changing Sbotfoo Holdup

Carl Stokes was the first cent of the black votes I might hear in a cow barn.
Giddens tried earlier this Negro to become mayor of a I want to hear that again" A sawed-off-shotgun holdup
In each city where the can BRIDGEPORT
week to enroll his girls In theGrl.fl:1I1 The whites broke into Conn.:- took place at a local liquor
major city. Maynard Jacksonhas laughter
: ,School. He said they didate is a Negro and or a Jackie Robinson, Jr., 22, son Educational Scene
won out u vice-mayor of defeated Negro, the pattern The Negroes booed again of the world-renowned athlete store. Two men, one armed,
turned He
said the
were away. Atlanta, and was supported by changes Maddox said, "That's not a Jackie Robinson, was sentenced - escaped with an undetermined
principal diplomatically said both races. human being. Somebody better amount of money Saturday
to term of two to
the federal government was The theme has been racial check what that is and catch a Black principals In the State of Maryland are gradually Two Negro robbers entered

behind the order, not the turbulence,.discord of various Stale' NAACP It Chuckles again four yearsln the state prisonon disappearing from the picture, according to statistics recently the Sahara Liquors, 5237 New
charges of the possession
released the State
principal.Polk Maddox by Maryland Department.
kinds. The black candidate reading! a prepared Kings Road, at about 2.25a.m.:
of firearms, assault and on
County Deputy School careful to what he said he favors This state of affairs has... schools recently According to
must be u speech, eveshanded charges of the possession of that are more, than reports
Superintendent A. R. Adams puts in his speeches Never Convention Justice for blacks and narcotics. resulted from integration. half white. In Baltimore 98 they held up Mrs. Gwendolyn

said, "It's simply a matter of theless, Negroes have jumped Whites alike.The Superior Court Judge PaulJ. In 1954 there were 237 black per cent of the black principals Turner, employee, and Mrs.
us having to carry out the principals. The number has still in Virginia Moro another
into campaigns: over the w Driscoll sentenced are schools em-
law, regretfully" country. Some of the cities Oct. 23.25 ''Doctor listens Robinson Friday young since catapulted to 169. that are at least three-fourths ployee.
The State of Florida has a where Negroes Have Judge Driscoll further This number was fairly substantial black. The robbers concealed the

;:compulsory attendance law. campaigned are Los Angeles, the over the state. How- The Southern Education Re. lower part of their faces withTshirts
ordered to
man continue
No deviation is permitted from St. Petersburr---FlorliSa young ever, there has been a noted '
Cleveland, Detroit, Houston, rehabilitation at outing Service reported last and ordered ,the
the integration plan ordered by Buffalo, Atlanta, Hartford NAACP President, Rev JoelE. drug Increase in Baltimore. More 'ear that Maryland is the women to open the cash registers -
the Center '
Daytop inSeymour
Atkins and Field Director ,
the government. than half of the black principals
New Haven, and DAYTON.The thai inly southern state that seems One bandit cleaned the
Conn. where he has been a '
Marvin Davies announced ?
Mr. Adams said that deliberate in the state in
mood has changed from patient for more than a o be holding to the black registers.. Both fled in an
Annual year.
action would be taken the theme of the 30th Baltimore
against the father. watchfulness to aggressive Convention of the NAACP Jackie, Jr., was arrestedAug,' irincipal as a part of,, the automobile.C.vr
Giddens still ness. One political manager State Conference of Branches 23 in Stanford Hotel..along Nearly 65 per cent of Baltimore hanging scene.
steaming said, !"It's time for us to dig with New students: are black. ,The
is a York woman
"New Strategy for Renewed young Man Blows
earUer this week said "I'm ,
: in." However, some candidates Action. The Convention will and charged with two countsof ,,number of black principals In Director I f
; to
going fight thing right '
; want to conduct campaigns 'a school system 'the
without says
carrying a pistol a
be held at the Parliament
down to the last notch. I have A in fit of
basis | Negro, a anger,
on the equality House in Orlando Florida permit, aggravated assault on report, equals the enrollment
;bo Intention of my children without : on a Greyhound bus Sunday,
all to
for alluding October Z3 Z5 a Stamford detective and of of black students. However,
going to a colored school attacked the bus driver and
; racial orgln. Richard Austin narcotics violation' about 14 per cent of principals ;
Giddens said he does
ever. 1 inflicted lacerations
in the state are black.
not consider,the issue one of Supporter Negro Rev Kenneth City Councilman H.Buford,first of White Parents ,In Montgomery County the on his head and minor lacerations
race. on his hands The
proportion of Negro princi-
At press time there was no Tuskegee, Alabama, Alabama man, said to be Joe Allen
pals isthe same as that of
indication that the determined be Field the Director, NAACP for,will DR. CORNELIUS HOPPER ,Suspected Of students, 4,1 per cent for Gilbert, 33, of Lake Wales,
white father had his keynote speaker the;:
changed Thursday evening public mass Dr. Cornelius fibpper,.assist,, .students, 4.9 per cent for was arrested. ,
meeting ant professor-of neurology at False Addresses I teachers. Montgomery County The incident took place on

mind.Brotherhood Rev J. W. Toomer, State the University of ,Wisconsin lost three black principals Interstate 95 near Bowden "
7ai4 Churchwork meeting on School of Medicln, listens u OCALA: White peoplepar- between 1954 and 1969.. Road,> at about 5:30 a.m., ,on

Thursday with the sub-theme clinical neurologists discuss ents parlcularly, have found, In famous Prince George October 13. .
Plans Sipped "The Cburch'i Role In Fostering bis report on establishing new way out of keeping their County the number, of black Ezra E. Eaddy,54,the driver
the New Aspirations of satellite MS Clinics Dr.Hop- children from attending t principals went down from bad ordered a Negro to sit,

Blacks" per spoke at the first Ameri schools with Blacks. 24 to 19 In 14 years Blacks, down following a disturbanceon

For HOMO Rev. Joel E. Atkins, State can-European MS Clinic Directors White parents are using false made up 9.3 per cent of the the bus with a woman pas- p'
senger. holler attacked
Conference President will Conference sponsoredby addresses. principals.
'. Prominent! Baptist ministers preside over the Opening session the National Multiple There is nofirmsubstaultiat.Ion The report said that 58 percent suddenly, assaulting Eaddy.
members of the Baptist Ministers on Friday morning Sclerosis Society. of this accusation,according of the black principals; Eaddy slammed on his brakes. '
outside Baltimore bead DAVID B. KENT, JR. The assailant was thrown into
to school
Brotherhood headed Robert Glider President a official, Phil
by ,
Black TeachersSae the windshield,! paddy kicked
Rev R.L. Jones;reacted most Tampa 'Branch, NAACP will HesaldthatafeVparents the had FormaN Urges David B. Kent, Jr., above,has the attacker from .the bus.
favorably Monday to appeals preside on Friday over a panel county given been named executive director'
Eaddy was given first aid
for assistance from Miss of experts concerning: "New Orleans wrong addresses in order to Increase 'In of the National Scholarship two by
pick their schools but when young Marines. The assailant
Directions i
Earths of OEO What
M.M. White, founder Service and Fund Negro
of the Eartha White Nursing Future for Community Action Restaurants confronted with the truth,gave ReparationsPHILADELPHIA Students NSSFNS( ( ), according was jailed on a charge
Price of assault
Rev. George pastor of and Citizen in and permitted student to murder.., No bond
Home, from Administrator R. the SI. Matthews Baptist Participation? to Hugh W. Lane, president. was set at the time.
C. Gibbs, and officials, when Church, is one of the members Attorney I L W. "fte" Williams NEW ORLEANS-(NPQ-) _- transfers.Some white j-James Forman NSSFNS is known for its pri-
they gathered at the home of the Baptist Ministers President of St. Petersburg Eleven members of the American -' parents have testified whose demand for$500, mary role in moving black.
after, an appeal from Mr. Brotherhood who have planned Branch will moderate Federation of Teachers that others deliberately 000,000 in reparations from students to appropriate cob Eugene Butler Cancer '
Glbbs. a panel on Friday evening entitled changed addresses in order to white church : .
strong financial support for who attended the organisation's congregations leges, works in related areas
keep their children: from t-
Miss Earths M.M. White, la the Eartha 14. M. White Nursing "New Directions and convention In the the a brought worldwide comments assisting school counselors'with "
tending Howard Element- Branch
Actions in Solving Florida's Crescent both pro and con, said in Philadelphia Meets ,Oct. 29
a fervent appeal, said, ""ev Home. Rev. R. L. Jones, "' City last August and ary School. These are white up-to-date Information
ery church would help we will preslde Rev B. J. Lane, Housing Crisis. who were refused service, who made no changes recently that that on the college admissions pro-
leave a Monument to be proud Rev. C.J. Scriven and other according to their charges, in Howard Elementary amount is far too low. cess. This is the twenty-sec, The Eugene Butler Branched
,ot."n ministers of the Brotherhood On Friday night the Freedom several bars and lounges In was a Forman, leader of the Black ond year of operation Tot the American Cancer Society
target earlier this
Administrator Gibbs said beard Miss Eartha M.M.White Awards Dinner will be held 'downtown Orleans near their white citizens tried year to when Economic Development Conference director is a graduate of Lincoln of, Duval Countf experienced

that the home has been ran-' ,noted social worker and founder with the keynote speaker being headquarters in the Roosevelt the school board to Ignore get the says that the a- University of Pennsylvania a most 'successful! campaign
Mn. Irene.!H.Smith,president Hotel have filed suit federal mount should be $24,000,000. and has don In
lug a deficit of more than$35, and R.C. Gibbs, administrator cone plan. The school board sjnduatt 1969. Eric O.Simpson was
000 for, each year since its make fervent appeals of New Jersey State Conference district court charging racial by a decision of 3-t voted to ,000. work at Colgate. He was se* chairman ;
founding in 1961. HM attractive for assistance The home is of Branches. discrimination. keep the coning plan, The leader spoke at the University soclate director of admission. Volunteers of the 1969 campaign
building was constructed suffering a defict of $35,000 .Other They have asked actual and More than 20 turned of Pennsylvania; He at his alma mater la 1063.Be and new volunteers are
topics for discussion: parents said the
at a cost of 805000. per year because W per cent and workshops will include punitive damages In the emend lu wrong addresdes.' Where ask for the organisation would was chosen/ by the Ottstandinr' Invited to meet on October29.
According: to Mr.Glbbs about of Its aged residents are depended School integration : of$1,943,000 fromKel- ever this gimmick has been He new amount later. Americans Foundation as one at 8 p.m.. at the St.-'Palll A,'
employment also said that Blacks
ninety-eight per cent of the residents -. oo public assistance. welfare ley's Lounge,.Topas Lounge, used, and discovered authorities across of America's outstandingyoung M.EY Church'tor ?
rights, federal the will reorganltation -
the country .
uf the home depended The attractive structure cost Werstorsdthetwoplaeesand men of 1969. More I
are than "
expect: to have the children and consideration1
andfaw of
contracts. Job training
ask for for
$1,000 each
initial Mayor .Victor H. Schlroof person 18.000 students
: oo public! assistance. an 805000. and Justice. In the proper schools from the have used the the plans for 1970.> '
New Orleans. government referral '
this .year: 'C.A..t i1I a is coordinator.,

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Published by The 'Florida! ,Star Publishing Company,


;Y THZ The story is a familiar one to Americans, the kind of tale

TlONAD we've beCome used to In recent years.
An oppressed minority Is denied decent housing, jobs, and
ETAOJffi1NT equal protection of the laWs. It complains of police brutality
are demonstrations and
discrimination. There
and bitter
ERIC 0. SIMPSON..JANA6IM EDITOR and protests.An .
incident occurs. Rioting

HILDA 'OOTI,..CIRCULl"OI MANAGER starts. Bands of young toughs
r Invade the minority community,
beating people at random. The

MAILING ADDRESSP.O. NAME ,rI FATE Blood minority The fights riots spread back. k

BOX 599 JACKSONVILLE fLORIDI 3220t' from the largest city burn to smaller to the-
., ones. Houses
OFFICE '2323 MONCRIEF ROAD ,I MEDGEIl EVERSASSASSINATEO ground, barricades are erected -
MALCOLM X ASSASSINATED special police squads shootup

PHONE 35HH2 DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING ---ASSASSINATED Finally minority, troops neighborhoods.are flown In ,

MIAMI OFFICE SOIl NJ.l7lh AiT STOKELY CARMICHAEL EXILED days, the smoke of battle lifts.
and the toll is taken. Eight f

PHONE 751-3979 RAP BROWN AWTING TRIAL people are dead, 800 injured.
of the ma-
ELDRIDGE CLEAVER 1ILED/ Jority community are appalled

HUEV NEWTON IN JAIL at what happened.'lbeypromlse
One Year, $ .00 Half Year, 17,00 Milled To You lilt/AIL. they some admit they're Just trying to reduce tensions. "We can't do
Anywhere In The United States :' In three days, what we failed to do In 300 years," one leader

/ says.
Subscription Payable in Advance .CAS5IU5CLAI AWAITING TRIAL The minority is watchful, fearful They distrust the majoritythat
has oppressed them. They don't want to take down the

Send Check Or Money Order To.VLORZDA STAR-HO.BOX 599 I. barricades that give them a little protection. They await the
next blows, preparing to defend themselves while countlngthelr

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 322Q1, it I. wH.h dead A country and injured.Is torn apart by communal.warfare. The wholeworld

... watches, shaking its head in disbelief, wondering why It
I" all happened, why the two groups can't see that It's in their
'.' i own interests to come together and remove the social and
Educators And Ignorance BECAUSE THEY ENCOURAGED A NEW CONSCIOUSNESS economic barriers that led to death and destruction. ,
Yes, It's a familiar story to Americans, but Ifs not about
The following has been taken from Today's Education NEA I America. Ifs about Northern Ireland. The civil rights conflict
Journaland Is one of a series called "Black Leaders Speak Out wasn't between whites and blacks, but between Protestantsand
on Black Education." The author is J. Otis Cochran, Black the Catholic minority. It wasn't black leadership that demanded -
LaM Students' Union, Yale University, national chairman of the complete equality; it was Irish Catholic leadership
Black American Law Students' Association. We have chosen demanding full rights for Catholics in Northern Ireland.
a title "Educators and Ignorance." A familiar story, but one that took place far from Detroit or
When students approach a subject for the first time and find Newark. So many of the elements involved are similar that it
that it is being presented in terms and concepts alien to their YOUR WEEKLY : is impossible for an American to view the situation without
cultural experiences, they are likely to find the subject matter drawing parallels with his own country.
incoherent, and, should that problem be overcome, they are Black people Immediately Identified with the oppressed
almost certain to find it Irrelevant. The recurrent failure of Catholic minority. They saw people .- white people for t
educators to recognize and/or respond to that fact explains change -. being discriminated against and brutalized. They
many of the problems currently besetting American education.For HOROSCOPE GUIDE ': know what It is like, and their sympathies went out to the
example, an elementary reader used in black schools in : : oppressed
parts of the South describes the ubiquitous Dick and Jane having But many white Americans were able to look at the Irish
lunch on a veranda. situation and understand the legitimate grievances of the
.' ,
is one which the child in ,1)) Catholic The irrational American color prejudicewas
This situation to poor, black living a : minority.
tenement or a roadside shack could not possibly relate. The IY PAILO THE ASTROLOGER 5 no longer a factor the oppression felt by the Catholic
effectiveness of a text containing experiences so alien to his ', minority was immediately felt by many Americans previously
own must be minimal in helping a poor, black child learn to ; Indifferent to the sufferings of the black minority In their

read. The level of reading skills of most ghetto children pro- WHICH ARE YOUR lUCKY DAYS own country.
vides tragic evidence of that tact Perhaps this experience will change the attitudes of these
The "veranda" education that they received as elementary white Americans. I hope they'll be able to make the mental
pupils remains freshen the memory of most black college ,FOR, BUSINESS 'LOVE l t.VE ? leap from the Irish situation to their own, and understand
students today.;:That' recollection, coupled with their acute 11'.:" I'" that sympathy and support for Irish Catholic civil rights has

desire to"' squire ad education relevant to the tasks they must .. .. .. to be joined by support for-the demands,for equality1py blackpeople
perform Id behalf of their still impoverished, still exploited f I ,II. l here.Americans.' .
community, is readily transormed into displeasure over their of Irish and Catholic backgrounds especially
status in higher education. ARIES CANCER LIBRA should note the similarities. One of the most frustrating
Pleas for reform couched in traditional and"well-mannered" BORN CAPRICORN things about the American scene is the vocal opposition to
phrases usually meet with a massive wall of Indifference BORN MARCH BORN SEPT. equality by people who belong to ethnic groups that have
thrown up by school administrators. In the face of such Indifference 22i4 JULY lit* BORNlEC: suffered similar oppression abroad.
it is difficult to escape the conclusion possibilities 27tl APRIL 13th 23r OCT. 23rl Too many people from ethnic groups like the Irish, Poles,
for reform within traditional avenues are ex usted. If legiti- 22ii'JAN.. nt.r" Italians, and others have been in the forefront of oppositionto
mate requests produce no results, an inevitable and wholly It is a peculiarity of hu- Do it right. If you are doIng blacks. The Irish civil rights struggle should bring hometo
predictable movement toward revolution develops.The man nature never to be satisfied a job for somebody else, Not too much. We all must Hold'your horses. The urge such individuals the fact that what black people are struggling -
educational establishment should have foreseen movement with what one gets, but take extra pains to see thatit guard at one time or another to throw caution to the winds, for is the same dignity and equality for which their com
Had it done so, it could easily have prevented it, for to reach out further and further has been bandied withthe against reaching out for more, strange as it may seem,could patriots across the ocean are fighting.
behind all the rhetoric lies a genuine desire, at least on the for While no matter bow generously fortune and result in
even more. greatest of care. But If possess you a
part of most students to effect constructive in educational has treated us in the first
mate or associates may be you are buying services of Blunder that will not do you Point
] goals and techniques.The place. Allies. well as competitors Jaycees The Way
to credit ) Its
perfectly willing tag along any description, the need to (17th,18th o n e
reforms which we deem essential in education, however, and do all they can to help, obtain .the best and the could rise uplnwrathat good feature may be that 1 twill
are not limited to areas of curriculum and technique. Equally they may resent being pushed safest also is strongly emphasized what they may consider encroachments act as a reminder that SOMETIMES you have to jump at the faintest flicker of hope
important is reform of the environment in which education is Guard against such a (17th-19th). Any on their rights Caprlcornlans cannot take' that Americans are beginning to understand each other's
supposed to take place. Black people university and privileges ((18th 19th).
on campusesdo tendency on the 19th. There slip-ups or slipshod work the chances that many others racial problems.
not seek separate facilities for the sake of preaching racial must also be an understand could turn out to be hazardous -' Anyone coming along with a sometimes get away with In Chicago, for Instance, the Jaycees have announced their
separatism or to create a new myth of black superiority and ing over, financial rights and to people and property., sob story may be trying to ((21st). The idea that there is candidates for the national organization's outstanding young
infallibility. They do so rather because they have too often privileges to give neither side A hope unfulfilled,or a friend arouse your sympathy, the something unusual In the way ,man of the year award '
found that the oppressive white environment (oppressive in to a to feel better'to get at the contentsof of Among the 10 picked from the
partnership cause who lets you down, may b e recognition, personal. and Chicago area was the Rev
ways which most white people even now cannot seem to comprehend pocketbook (21st). Jess
your Jackson
that there is discrimination jour lot on the 21st. financial. bead of Operation Breadbasket, and one of the
) prevents them from accomplishing the tasks they (21st). heirs to the leadership mantle left in the civil rights movement
feel they must be about-the improvement of the lot of black by the late Dr. Martin Luther King

people in every dimension in every particular. .. Nor was the Rev. Mr. Jackson the only black named.
That task demands the commitment of a considerable amount 4-10-16-66-78-323 '6-60-18-87-434 2-20-14-C6-49-709 .S-5 -i'1-55-98-IH There were three others Including Chicago Bear person footbaUjsUr
of time and energy. To expect black people in the universitiesto Gale Sayers, who was picked tor two reasons-his
make that kind of commitment and to accomplish something running. back in football today and the lesser known prominence work be
creative in the way of broadly based proposals for social reform has done for the
people of
in the face of their white colleagues' suspicion and overt TAURUS LEOBORN SCORPIO, AQUARIUS The two other black people selected Chicago's ghettos.

hostility is to expect the impossible. BORN. APRIL JULY BORN OCT. BORN IAN. an official ot the Hyde Park Bank and were Trust James Co Fletcher and Wad,
It should come as a surprise to no one that black people on Parker, director 'ot
Chicalttts Division
campuses have learned and are applying the ancient lesson 23RD AUG. 22il 24th t NOV. Neither Mr. Parker of Service.
22id 20th
that there is no substitute for self-sufficiency. 20th. MAY 20thThe t FEB. 11th. TIle Rev Mr nor Mr. Fletcher is as. well known as .
Jackson or *. s
ye" the
Chicago Jaycees -
Black oases on university campuses should be viewed not as with these selections
a threat to the principles of academic freedom and surely nota nV ba Ki have recognized one tact which
threat to the power of the educational establishment (except signs of dissatisfaction Problems are for solving. It Gossip grows Just spread a Banish the thought. We generally Within the black well taown Chicago Americans.
insofar as that power is derived from corrupt authorityand and resulting contention, are stands to reason that sue g s little harmless gossip in the assume that friends are there community In and elsewhere
justified on the basis of bankrupt principles), but simplyas beginning to appear. It both may be encountered and mis- nelthborhood or where one well-meanlngand! only Interest. are many different types of >leaders dedicated to'a
.a means whereby black people seek to provide for them- sides of an alliance are in haps suffered when one is going works, and watch it grow and ed in our good. While this may variety ot activities designed to Improve the lot of the black
selves a position of security in social and academic affairs accord as to the desirability full steam ahead. This grow until It turns into a scandal be true, this will not always person within a white society
and to preserve their own intellectual integrity in the midstof of coming apart, there is creates challenges which, in of major proportions.SCOT-, prevent them from Instilling know Fir :i?' HraWtmlIeople': the only black leaders they
a smug and condescending white majority. nothing to be done but to get turn, make the whole procedure -. pins would be well-advised to deas in our heads that are apt W11l1r the sports heroes such as Mr.
-J. Otis Cochran, chairman Black Law Students' Union, busy on the required formal exciting and well worth refuse to believe or pass o n to have the opposite effect instead Sayers We Ernie Banks or Mays.
Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut; national chairman, ities. It would be a mistaketo the pains ire-put into it. B e whatever they hear, no matter not neccessarily out of state certainly urge Jaycee organizations in other parts of the
Black American Law Students' Association.' add to bitterness by giving especially prudent during the how Important It may be madeto malice. They simply can make blackepe nation to take a close look at the outstanding
vent to recriminations and late night or early morning sound(18th,19th). The perceptive :' mistakes like the rest ofus Be JOIIIII in their communities and recognize the
retorts which will not alter hours should you be drivingor ones can sense the. careful of takelngacUon based Important roles they play In community life,
the course of events anyway, engaged-in any occupation truth' lying below any naze of on anyone's say-so on the disagreeable By itself this will not end racist practices In this country,
but it
(19th-21st). Besides, Tau- that may hold some dangers contradiction. This is what you developments or situations should serve u a vehicle through which white America
It IAA College Student .SpeaksY t ,,'reans: nave to be concerned' (18th,19th). .. should go by, and nothing else. which could cloud can come to know the solid achievements most black people
I '; i their well-being. friendly relationships with key are making against odds which DO white person can ever fully ;,
Y' Diris Brill-UN, .. ,: : ''.1.'.{ associates as well (21st). understand, Lindsay-Schaub Newspapers, Inc.

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':v <. : ,II:: This. Week In Negro History't tOct.
Two college professors at Columbia wver JtW tried to,
answer a much-asked question, "Wbydcefg _es'highschoolgraduates GEMINI'. mil SAGITTARIUS ,PISCES kot
go to college?" The answers Jar*then in a new IZ, 1492: Pietro Alonz '
study titled "American High Education ,Transition," and BORN MAY, MM :IN.MrtL BORN NOV. HIM, FEI.ISth the pilots on Christopher COlumcrbuso' voyage( ), was one i
Abram Jaffe and Walter Adams are the writers. r.
21st SEPT. 22ii '
The educators say there are three sertous fallings. Lack of 23rd BEC.. 21st MAR. 2ltfc' Oct 12, 1911. Ann Petry,
funds is not a great reason. 'Ijif'P'zfys.; %'L Connecticut College of pharmacy ter.graduate, University 'I"
: was
There are three main reasons forjwch a situation. The first Just because one is luc\cy 'Never be too sure.Wbetbir It'. DOt worth It. Whaftverthe
Is poor guidance In high school e second bad curriculum now and then does not signify Ifs over-confidence thath a s reasons advanced tor asking for Promise nothing. The terms Oct 13, 1863: War Department I IWobe'ftaSpSzH1
choices In high school, the third the studentt low self-image. that this Is to be taken for been building up over the border .a loan or selling something,it huge, colossal, tremendous or for Civil War service orderedenl1stmentot Negroes \
.. Adams has said, "It seems .to us that questionable granted. There may be a line of reason, or simply appears as if you are bound to a big money-maker may bused e
guidance advice is the most critical of these areas of concern powerful urge to rely on the result of a bad Investment be the main loser when putting to get you interested 1 n Oct. 13, 1950: Ed Bolde, one ot the I,
for educators. Dr. Jaffe agrees with .th. Further, they say, chance and to back up your It may be responsible for a upthecash(18tb,19thX( backing some venture. But baseball.' owner ot the 'uuade1phia Stars all-time greats ot Negro ;.."'
"Over a quarter of above-average ability seniors fail to receive belief with a large outlay of rather disturbing upheaval recklessness should be guard after the smoke has cleared died /
high 'school guidance favoring college, and such seniors are cash or something of'great the 18th, 19th. It would also on ed against to prevent loss 0 r away, you may be in a posl-, Oct 14, 1964 The late Martin Luther I \
nearly sis times as likely not to plan those value. The possibility of suf don to use the same words to King Jr president r:
on college as urged ?. be prudent to see to it that accidents at all times,but particularly Leadership Conference fCUC\
to attend." feriif serious:setback'ii describe the losses(16tn,19th); awarded ;
.V. cash and other valuables are on these days. Make'
The two continue: As for the curriculum "Above redoubled on the 18th I9th : One.can not restore anything r
average .: safe from theft. will-being and job stability the
ability seniors, who presumably should enter college; are six ...", of by worrying oneself sickover Oct 15, 1170 f I'
to eight times as likely to fail to plan on college if they.failedas keystones DIne. longrange' plan what is done: and past, fnSw;) lred--now ChristianMethodistwacSngedtai95 i J ..
well to follow the 1.30.1g.84 45.788 orcanile4 III Jackson, Tenn. Name
college preparatory curriculum.V ,t J-40.13.77: -.32.718 t..30-1S-55-U.151 .

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;Leon White Returns Your r"-t Detroit Judge AnE'Emmett- Reed Project. Calendar EventsThe

.TI"f/Vr'I'1/ ( h 1111 f i "'1' '6i'MUNIrariog

;to Ashbury Collegei Crockett Speak f 1 ;
SocialSecurity Cult eFev Jennie Strickland Singers will sponsor a program Sunday,
i CUNIc', October 19, at the Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church, East Beaver and
; WILMORE, KY.--Leon W. At Banquet| w -'I4.U: coNrthtj t-. Newman. This will be for the benefit of the baby contestant,

"White, son of Major and Mrs t Timothy D. Ferrell, grandson of Mrs. Marlon H. Wilson Mrs.
'L. W. White 859 Palermo ti Cause M. Downling and her group are sponsors.
Street, Jacksonville, has enrolled *, '- **.******
W ft
for his sophomoreyear Judge George and controversial. rockett a ( The Purified Soul Saving Prayer Band Is celebrating its first

at Asbury College, Wtl- prominent year October 19 in the home of Brother and Sister Carswell,
Detroit member of the Judiciary
more, Kjr. People who work in homesas 5752 Iris Boulevard Magnolia Gardens The celebration will'
Leon is a graduate of Beth- maids, baby-sitters, and will be guest Speaker a t begin at 4 p.m. All prayer bands and friends are invited. Rev.

esda-Chevy Chase High companions, or who do "days a mammoth banquet plannedby George Stokes will be the speaker Sister Lizzie Carswell Is''
School Bethesda, Md. work" for several housewives the officialdom of St. .Step leader.

Asbury College is an independent often don't know:their rights hen A.M.E. Church, Rev R. *********

Christian liberal under social security V. Webster pastor Usher Board No. 2'of St. Paul A.M.E. Church will celebrate

arts college, emphasizing a "We talk to some" these at The the banquet Excelsior will Club take on place Son- iI Ji TfF their 39th anniversary Wednesday, October 22,in the church, at
healthy harmony of education folks every week, said M r. 8 p.m.A program has been prepared.AU are invited The church
tel Drive at 8
and religion. It is a n John A. GUlrup Acting Branch: p.m. Friday is located at Thirteenth and Myrtle. McKenley Chambers Is
amazingly cosmopolitan Manager of the Carver Station night, October 24. 1 r f president. Rev. A.C. Chandler Is pastor.
school for its size with its Social Security office, "a n d A native Jaxon, Judge Crock *********

1000 students coming from their stories are so alike, we ett IsthesovfcfRev.andMrs. The Friendly West Side Ushers Union will have its revival
all fifty states and most: can almost recite them Just George Crockett of 1620 West TFfr' : Gta. hour Sunday at 2:451n the Macedonia Primitive Baptist Church.

foreign countries. the way they tell them to u s." 7th. Judge'Crockett attended Mrs. Ruby W. Baker will preside.Mr.Phillip president. Rev

Excellence in training young But the rule is simple. If a Jacksonville schools and was ., r Gainous is pastor.
people has been the hallmark household employee receives graduated from New Stanton : *******.*

of the institution since 11 a at least $50 in cash wages in Senior High. The Jurist has ''"' _, _..........-. "" .......; _. .., al.' J, -, ....K." The A.C.E. League will meet October 19 at 3 p.m. at Allen
founding in the beautiful bluegrass -; a calendar quarter,the housewife travelled widely. He secured One of the agencies now In operation at the Emmett Reed Service Center is a branch of the Chapel A.M.E Church, 1631 Swan Street. Mrs. Brenda Harris

region of Kentucky In must report it. other degrees in leading In Jacksonville Health Department. This agency offers advice and care in pediatrics, gynecology will be the guest speaker. Rev. David Mathis is pastor. Henry
1890. The eight academic A woman 62 this year(1969)needs ) stitutions. Dr.Ethlene Crock family planning, immunization and baby care. It is staffed by the Health Department Williams is youth director.

divisions of the school have credit for 41/2 yearsof ett, practicing physlcan, and doctors and nurses. Shown above In the clinic is Mrs. Bernice James, one of the nurses on *********

produced world leaders in work to draw a social security the Judge, are parents o f duty. Mrs IDea Crenshaw, nurse, and Dr. Patricia Cowdery, are also on the staff. Hours The Jacksonville Post No. 197 of the American Legion will meet

every major vocation. Leon check. If she has this three children. are: Tuesday and Wednesday, 9 a.m. to noon. For further Information call 353.9021, Ext. 63.. Friday at 8 p.m. at 2179 Benedict Road Important business will
Ann Hicks
has tentatively chosen to on her record because some Mrs. be the
considered. Foremost 00 allnda will be the acceptance of
major in Psychology. ,of her employers reported is a teacher in the State of 1970 The is in
membership dues. membership drive now progress -
California Dr. Ethlene Jones Mitchell-Badger
wages and paidsoctalsecuritycontributions WEUDG@ KFHS The Northern Area Conference wtllbelnsession at Post
she will be entitled teaches in Detroit. Attorney '
88 Willlard Morris "
Melvin Austin George W. Crockett m pract'Ices Sunday at p a.m. is commanded
to social security benefits *********
But how much she gets in Detroit. He is the
Named Head has brother of Mrs.Alzeda Crock James Elvis Henderson Cal- Jimmie Lee Wimberly, 1573W. I,
depends on how much *
Wendell Holmes * * *
been reported for her. The ett Hocker and John F,Crock-' lahan, Fin, 23 and MarilynAnne 14th St.', and Mary Jean *

Start Director record-may show only enough ett of Jacksonville DuBofs, 519 W. 23rd St. Longworth, 1088 W. 38th St., i ,-- \.

for her to get $44, the small Councilman Oscar N. Taylor 17. 19. Speaker For GEl FAST BLESSED RELIEF FROM THE ',

est monthly amount,when,according is chairman of the banquet ITCHING a SCALING OF PSORIASIS
Melvin Austin Jr., 24, 418 to what she was paid Councilman Taylor announcedthat Philip Gene Chandler, 2310 Jereld Callaway, 3536 Mar- I Wltk MIMCR' "Win lUCCISI"OlatmirtAMTIMUHITIC

Phelps Street, is the new director over the years, her chi c k the banquet is a citywide Gilmore St., 23 and Patricia land St., 22 and Debra Ann I Rabia Court (Rolls... Itching)

of the Head Start program should be twice as high affair Lorraine Carpenter, 6916 Old ,tMalnor, 1936 W. 30th St., 18.m .' Ij j IXFOLIATIVS (......... icot.i' )

of Jacksonville. Mr. Gillrup said Social Security The church anniversary will Kings Rd. S., 25. KERATOlYf (Olnelvti horny ikln) .i
Austin succeeds Mrs. June will all out to help the begin October ZOo Services Billy Norris, 5749 DroadRd. Wendell P.Holmes,candidatefor ASTRINOENT, (Mr.ih.i ,skin) '

Gibson, now with the State applicant go set the r coreS will feature the appearance Michael Lamar Suber, 2934W. 21 and Christa Lee Jackson, 'g. membership on the Jack COOLING SOOTHING(RiplacM.Rtlltv 'llditng irritation) I
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Welfare Department. but it's dif- of outstanding ministers ana 7th St., 19 and VerlinVon- 1587 W. 34th St., 18. r son School Board, representing i
straight, very COAL TAR It I highly effective j
to. District 4 will be the .
The Job pays $10,000 ficult situation. To establishthe leaders, choirs, singing cllle Williamson, 2912 W.16th for locl tricripy of Inlln.
$12,000 a year. correct wages, a signed groups, soloists, church o fflclals St., 1'7.James' Nathaniel Singleton, Jr., 14- speaker for the Homecoming .till nd Atoplc EClem.Ilco.Ecnmi The efl.c
The personnel committee statement of amounts paid i and laymen. 07 E. 21st St., 18 and Frances I .. t celebration of Rabla Court tlv* action of COAL TAR can. \
listed 48 applicants for the each calendar quarter must The Anniversary Committeeis Samuel Wise, 1136W. Carol Jones, 443W8thSt17. No. 25, Daughters of Isis, the .Iltl! of produced antlMptlc by and N.phlhiline.anllprurttIceff.ctt !
executive directorship,..v a- of the 13th St. 25 and Betty Jean I I. ladles auxiliary to the Ancient Phenol and Cresols In the I...
made ,
be obtained from the employer up following i Only 4 4< for Vr Of, ,9, for the
cated by Ronald Allen on if she can be found, and persons: J.&. Genwrlght, general Bridges, 92 W. 38th St., 19.. LavornePullins,1844 W. Miss Erma Elizabeth Badger Egyptian Arabic Order Nobles lw 01 economy iliaOIT ,
September 19. Twenty-four "St. 33 and Jean Elizabeth Wilson of the Mystic Shrine I'I
Sadie ,
if she has records. Those are chairman; Mrs. HIAO-TO-TOI r>'''OTICTION ,
applicants are Jaxons.Most two great big "Us." Thus, mortgage committee, Frank Eric Byrd, 752 W.UnIon 1556 W. 33rd St., 32. This celebration will be held with the deep'acting loamy mild- t

applicants were eliminated at "Many house-h o 1 d e r s co- Mrs. Mamie Taylor, Mrs. St., 25 and Deloris Brown, :' Sidney Sherman Martin,1437 Reverend and Mrs.Solomon L. Sunday, October 19, from 4 to SOAP leal Ion It of beauty"SKIN bathes SUCCCr-while tt

the Tuesday night meeting. operate," said Mr. Gillrup, McVella Pauline 2041 W. 15th St., 25. I Myrtle Ave. 44 and Dorothy Badger, Jr. announce the engagement 6 p.m., in the home of Daughter fights' germs thai odor often. _Igg"vatepuephation makes
Final names mentioned were "but many don1 t/'The majority Mrs. L.G. Genwrlght, chair 'Menefield, 1437 Myrtle Ave., and approaching Daisy Johnson, 1443 West you sure you're nice to 'be near

those of Alton Yates, deputy, don't knowingly break the man ways and means, Mrs. Arthur Coleman,335 W.Mon ,42. marriage of their daughter Sixth Street. 'ALMI" 's KIN SUCCUS"IOAI'
now acting director David 20 and Krlstlme Garrett Albert Harris, 1532 W.23rd. \
law. They are Just unaware of J.V. Crockett, co-chairman; roe St., Erma Elizabeth to Mr. Roy
Entin, Mayor's Community It. There are hundreds of Mrs. LG. Genwrlght,finance, Harrell, 1710' E. 21st St., St., 74 and Theresa Merced- Ishman Mitchell, son of Mrs. .. .. ,
Relations Council, said to Mrs. Mabel Jones Mrs. At- 19. ese Frazier, 1324 Rushing St. '
householders ,
thousands of new Lula E. Boyd and Mr, M. C.
be the mayor's cnolce, each year hirlngdomestlc* tamese Mcintosh, Mrs Essie 55. Mitchell. Miss was PAY YOUR LIGHT AND WATER
Louis Carter, Human Relations Mason, Henry Bellamy, Horace Levon Keith Ross, 2502 W. Badger
help for the first tlme.They're.hard graduated from Florida A and
Council of Jacksonville, to reach as a group, but Durham,Cornelius Boyd, 25th St., 25 and Alice Haynes, Augustus Pough, 1612 Myrtle M University, where she wasa BILLS AT OUR STORE
.and Virgil K Jkins, former we 'are making constant efforts W.R. McIntosh 2502 W. 25th St., 33. Ave., 28 and Margie Ann member of Kappa Delta Pi
CJEO"execuUve officer demoted This Mrs. Mabel Jones,souvenirs, Holmes, 1612 Myrtle A ve.,
to do so. points National Honor Society, Alpha
and released ,? t1 n Givens 17771* E. 28th 23. WHEN YOU
n up some important things that Mrs. Louise Durham, Mrs, Leroy Kappa Mu Honor Society and
and',,Carter resigned from must be done to avoid toesa.situations Henrietta Howard, Mrs. La"- St.; 21 and Mary 'Elizabeth Delta Sigma Theta Society -
the CJEO board of directors ten Washington. Mrs CharFesella' -_ Harrell, 4229 Moncrlef ,Rd. Jerry Roger Shrewder, 2754_ ', in ARE ILL
?.4 x<, HMWI ,j J j !! "'* siBrnesrst-24 and Barbara-;I..o.ha.Js presently employed wYou t
aCo "w11'----.c- ;
so to' for the
as apply Spler. uncnmliT- ; :
domestic houseworker
The the local school Her
system. Seek The Best Doctor +
Ann Davis 2929 W, 7th S t. .
S18,000-a-year position. Oscar banquet John ,
herself is in the best positionto Taylor, : fiance'' was graduated from When Your Doctor Prescribes
protect herself. First, she Pauline, Mrs. Annie M. Paige. George Wesley Griffin, 1959 18. Edward Waters College and Get Experienced PharmacistsTo aI'

should makeqertalnthe; housewife JjS. Genwright, music chairman Leonard Cit S., 21 and Gail Florida A and M University, Fill Prescriptions Accord-
Miss Diane Senior 3824 :Leonard Willie James -Darby, 5020 tyv,. f
makes a record of h e r MrsEunlce Lee. where he was a member of ing To Your Doctor's Orders n' t'We
Winn Dixie Awards Janice Harris Bland Cir W. 19., Cleveland Rd., 21 and Sheryl
name and social security a c- '' .Neap Yvette Senior 5020 Cleveland Omega Psi Phi Fraternity.He Use Only The Best Quality
count Number, Second she and Prof. AXGreen. Is presently employed as Director Drugs. c-E- Black
ought to know herself that 1 f Correspondence: Mrs Ear- Edward Riley Crews, 2804 Rd., 17.Cornelius. of Disadvantaged Students Proprietor

Five Assists To she is paid as little as $4.00 tha McGowan, chairman,Mrs. W. llth St., 24 and Rita Jane at University of Florida,
cash wages a week and works Willie J. Stephens, Mrs. Car Howerton, 1286 Wolfe St., 19. Hordge, 6351/2. Gainesville The Wedding will 3 Registered Pharmacists To Serve YouA

regularly each week,then I r men West, Mrs. Carol Webster \ Ashley St.; 20 and Doris Ann .be an event of December 27,

EWC StudentsEdward wages are covered under social Mrs. Geneva Coleman, James Irvin Martin, 7029 Crumldy, 6351/2 W. Ashley 1969 In Emanuel Baptist L COMPLETE LINE OF- -
security and they must be reported Mrs. Mamie Wilson, M r I. Kenknlght Dr., 18 and Linda St., 22. Church Cosmetics-Rubber Goods-Candles

Waters College has by the housewife to IRS Sallye Bryant, Mrs Rosa Shree Jones, 2185 Kingston Sundries I

received scholarship assistance She should remind her employer Curtis. .,' St., 20. Dolls Wanted For WORKING OFF HUNGER PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND
for five students from' to do this and to send in the Courtesy: Mrs. Maule'S1mms DELIVERED

the Winn-Dixie Stores Foundation contributions along with the report chairman; Mrs. Cis GJEO ElectionFor Catholic Relief Services

Dr. William B. S t e- of wages. Usually the employer A. Duke, Mrs.' Mary Day, Children's Annual has developed the "Food for Lilly's Drug Store
wart, the college president, will withhold the employee's Mrs. Lavern Washington, Work" concept whereby ,

announced: recently.The part of the contribution Mrs. Wille Stephens Poverty \wages are paid to laborers
assistance for students from her wages and add an Programs: Mrs. Geneva food rations. Last year,needy
'selected by the foundation includes equal! amount of her own, but Wheeler, Mrs. Carman West Directors Christ CelebrationThe persons helped in this W I 1907 Kings RoadGetournumber
Many housewives pay the total Mrs. Eartha McGowan, Mrs.
: tuition, school fees; totaled 2.669,570. =.Jay
Jennie Vet Crockett.
books and supplies. contributions themselves. Mr., -_. -----
Students now attending school GUlrup urged that if the house- Greater Jacksonville Economic Jacksonville Chlldrens

on the Winn-Dixie program ,bold employee believes this Is Opportunity will hold Its Christmas Party under the

are Mary Magdalene James, not being done, she should get THE ELDERLYNot election for certified district direction of Judge Dor c as
representatives on Oct..18.
Barbara Joyce Robinson,. in touch with the Social Security long ago( mention ofItrunHpi Candidates for election are: Drake is seeking dolls for Under
James A. Sanders, Jr., M o- office or great aunt Min con privileged children
I Robert Plckett
: Shirley Bennett
viHionn eat bent figure/ ,
zella J. Thomas, Jr.andSha- jured up The annual event which drew
torching the,round. afoot for ,RevaSllmor.:Roy Pope,
ron'AaitaWeeks. ** each more than 15,000 participants
step Nehemiab
| Jr., Graddey.5:Le-
.. __ Al
-- -" last year is scheduled December aH')3' 'w iIky
ola Brown,Rev.Walter Rosier, y l' Tsx a
Patricia Ann Hord,Mary 23, in WoUsoD,Ball ,

Marie Griffin,Vauntta Mos. Park.
Judge Drake stated more volunteer

/ Color.Tone Originals es Hill, ,Charlie Gloria B.Heggs Griffin, Rev.,Wylene Tony service organizations y ,) yy We', Fl ;b; .4p x 3f A, na3,4

are working on the party this
Producers ofCHRISTMAS Neal. 6DonCameronLeart- { ,
COLOR-TONE year creating a shortage of
1st Hayes 7: Estella Daniels,
dolls. :
CARDS Joy Diana Byers, Marvin Eugene B"T'9 a1'X Ott
Persons wanting to donate _,
MOUNT YERMON, N.S: Scott. 9: Myrtle Norman, dolls or other toys can take r 3e i '

Amanda Thompson, Coroner them to any fire station in rF e-. s ant'Si 4xsrti'y. ta
for BLACK AMERICANSis Davis, Betty Williams 10: Duval County.Organizations.
.. June Lawson,Inell Jones Reid, or Individuals

offering the following opportunities to, Ida Mae Sampson, Moan M. wanting to work on this com
Ennis Hilda Marlon
munity project can contact ,
Daise, George T.Woods,Ron Arnold Tritt City Public Relations
EARN $5000 to and MORE ,
I $5,00000 ald,Gordon Lula M. Frederick Division.

Doris M. Hamilton. 11:
Clemson Lee Hood,Billy Beal, '
Harry Fields, Marie Green <
1t J1Io1ll! 12: Rev. Mrs. W.!.. Mack, GJEO ElectionTo ; ::4

Michael K. Bush, m, Hattie
,, Organize Fund-Raising with Mae Turner. 13; Rev Hen 1 e
PLAN A! CHURCHES, FRATERNITIES,, .ry Biven, Wincey Cummings, Fill 15 str r ,
O CLUBS etc.
P ;
Willie C. Bussey, Jerry
l's! PLAN D*: Be-a Representative tell 'cards to Lee Frailer, Virginia R o \b- Vacancies SaturdayEleven
) D. friends and Community. Inson, Alice Mack Turner.

A cealership.manage your C own sales I members represent .'
pLAN u* force (nor the person who Plan io log low-Income districts little :
earn $5,000 or morel) Orchid Ladies, Club county will be elected to till .5 Ayq 0 :
vacancies on JED'S board 'evf. I'f
Let lit thaw you horn!'It mil you fry/ f:
Sponsors Annual Tea of directors on Saturday, i.

appy)3IidaYs GROW WITH US! = October 18th.Voting hours are

"""" .. from seven a.m. to seven p.m. m
i ,' MAIL COLOR-TONE Originals; The Orchid Ladles Social This Is the first annual reelection a kYy
. 'I. s Sales/Marketing/ tnc'3.A and Savings Club is sponsoring to fill posts on the
! V this coupon I Ml Vxnon A..... 1U annual Fall Tea Sunday Board since: the initial occasion -
: t ,.o1 for free Ml, V.rnon.., NOW.York. 10590 October 19, from 4 to 6 la 1968 when the first fifteen
FW.M C Mlorm.llon I'M tot.* Plan
"Money.1 en members elected
,/ .... I Una ._keII totovi ,, at the Community Center were ,
Making 1010 Acorn Street. A the Board as the result of GJEO '' Mtase
InformaOryAN i : A. i fj PLAN a. Q PLAN Gvt ElectlononWheels.. f
unique program hag been arranged
': lion." N M The public is invited The EUctlon-on-Wheels last
AddfMlCIO '; year was a novel plan to"take
i Mrs Minnie Classy will be
.. I hostess, well as Miss the polls to the people" be .
I' I .., .---"!-- ,. Gloria kainsg and Miss Jua- cause of the difficulty transportation mZrnoleaves you breathless'f. I
I. xw
.. ..t nlta Whit ', among the low-In
1t *. Mrs. Georgia .
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"', : ... )I" ",':' Lewis is pr1l1cltL -.

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I. Mt. Sinai Women's Day Will Feature Participation Of Outstanding Jaxons- '

Mrs. Sarah D. WashiRgtoH Jubilant Winners

I I To Deliver Keynote Andress Church News t

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Mt. Sinai Baptist Church will observe Women's Day Sunday with

I farreachlng and Impressive programs stressing the work of PEACE MISSIONARY BAPTIST
women In church life In all areas, with Mrs Florence Wilcox, Services begin Sunday with the Sunday School at 9:30. Mrs

chairman, and Mrs. BL Lane and staff of officers In charge. -tiii i: D.B. Barnes, superintendent, faculty and officers, will be In'

The morning service will be Springhill Bapltst Church will charge. The consecration of all choirs and ushers will take
highlighted by the appearanceof give the response and mis- - place In the basement, with the pastor in charge. 'The processional

Mrs. Sara D. Washington, sionary offering prayer. a begins at 11:15 a.m. Rev. Barnes, pastor, or a visiting
keynote speaker for the day. The general offering will be rq minister will deliver the morning service. Choir No 1, Usher

Mrs Washington is a memberof taken by ''Mrs Jennie V. rL i Board Net 1, the D.B. Barnes choir and the D.B. Barnes Usher

Mt. Olive A.M.E. Church. Crockett of St.Stephen A.M.E. > r ,, l' 7 Board will serve during the day. Communion will be administered -\
Mrs. Mercedes Bell of St. w ? t at 3:15 with the deacons and visiting deacons charge.;
Thomas Baptist,Mrs Dorothy Consecration will precede the evening service in the basement

Reese of Abyssinia and Mrs. for all deacons, ministers wives and trustees. The cojamunion
,, .. Catherine Watson of Mt. message will be delivered by the pastor at 4:30: fpr'assisting
Ararat. ministers, deacons, deaconess and m1n1sters' .wlves. Rev,
'. 'I\ : Mrs CA. Weaver will read Barnes Is asking the following men to meet at the church at I
the scripture. Mrs.Willie Lee 5 p.m.: Deacon Dan Tate, Herbert Grant, Alto Ferrell, J. W,

Smith of Dayspring Baptist T 1 r a ', Way, George Clark, Mark Howard,' Pete Simmons,Wilbert'
., Church will be guest soloist. 1 Bennett and Grennle Gross.

Mrs. Jessie Wilcox, Sr.,will s
'\t preside over the BTU hour. 4 CORINTH BAPTIST CHURCH

.:; t,,. I Activities for the day willterminate Sunday School begins at 9:30 with the superintendent in chargeAt
'" with the Trl-State 11:15 a.m. the morning service begins. The procession begins -
Rally at 6.15p.m.: This se-'lce at 1130.: Choir No. 1 and No 2 will sing Rev. Jones,
will feature a musical recital pastor, will preach. Communion will be administered at 345.:
with Mrs Alice Burrough, The pastor will speak. At 7:30: Tuesday the prayer service :will
Mrs. Edith Jones and Mrs. be held. AU are invited. Rev W.L Jones is pastor.

Juanita Priester as soloists.
Muslcans are Mrs. Catherine COLOSSIANS BAPTIST

Baucom and Mrs. Thernal ._____._ ___... Sunday School begins at 9 a.m with the superintendent and
Mrs. Washington ---- -- -- c. '
Henry. teachers In charge. The morning worship begins at 11 a.m.
Services will get off to a The offering will be inchargeof THE: LIFELONG SMILES , .are expressed by the Boiling Ferebee Medical Consultant, Health Services ,Acf-. The evening worship begins at 6 p.m. Rev. R.J. Crawford;
start with the Sunday Schoolat the captains from the statesof winners of the three Lifelong appliances by SCM Proctor- ivltles at Howard University, Washington, D.C. Left to right pastor, will speak. Choir No. 1, Choir No 2 and Usher Board
9:30. Mrs A.N. Session Florida Georgia and South Sllex at the annual convention of the National Association Agnes P. Wilson, the touter "winner from St. Louis, Missouri No. 1 will serve during the day. Prayer meeting is .Tuesday,
will be guest superintendent.Mrs. Carolina who will be assistedby of College Women, held in Richmond, Virginia. The presen ; Dr. Ferebee; Anne R. Green of 'Philadelphia, Pa., the at 7:30. .
Daisy Kelsey will be Mrs Annie L. Pattersonof tations were made at a luncheon where over 300 college women percolator winner and R.C.. Ola Brown of Los Angeles, Ca-
guest reviewer. First Baptist Church and by throughout the country assembled to bear Dr. Dorothy lifornia, winner of the iron. TANERNACLEBAPTIST
service Mrs.
In the morning Mrs Sutton. ,
Whitstone of Mt. Ararat and The deacons, deaconesses and the Trustee Board will obsem
Prayer will be offered by
Mrs. Arebell Calender of their anniversaries onSurxUyOctober26at3 26at3 p.m. Rev;
First Baptist will be charge Mrs.Matthew Emma Baptist Watkins Church of The St. Westside Choirs Joins Afram House New Redeem R.L. Wilson and congregation will be in charge of the service,

I' of devotions.Mrs.Arle Nortonof guest organist for the morning along with Friendship Baptist church. The youth of the church
will their musical at 6 October 26 Mrs.
Woodlawn Presbyterian repeat p.m. on H. M.
will be Roberta
worship Mrs
Church and Mrs TR Lee of Manuel of St. ,Paul A.M.E. Union Plans Woman Hold Lawrence Is the supervisor. Sunday school begins at 8.30: a.m.
Mrs. Hessle Solomon is In Rev. WE
charge. Young
Church Rev. B, J. Lane Is
In Memoriam pastor.Minister's. Annual Musical Annual will speak in the morning All adult choirs, the senior male
DayNew chours and Usher Board No.will serve The teachers meeting
will be at 6.45: Wednesday. Prayer meeting will be at 7:30
1 The Friendly West side X y i. D 41r Redeem Baptist Church Wednesday. All youth choirs rehearse at 5:30 Wednesday.Adult
Choirs Union will hold 11 f will hold Women's Day Sunday classes are held at the church every Tuesday and Thursday

Program HonoreeAn fourteenth annual m u s Ical,, October 26, with services afternoon, beginning at 7 p.m. Mrs H, Solomon and Mrs.. J.,'
"Signs of the Times" Mon through the day. Wynn are Instructors

appreciation program will day evening, Ocotber 20, at Officers for the day will be
be given In honor of Mrs W.L. 7:45 p.m., in the main unit Mrs.' Addle Lee Waters, SECOND MISSIONARY BAPTIST
Jones who has 39 of Royal Tabernacle Miss chairman; Mrs. Viola Smith,
Rev. James Carl Sams, pastor, will deliver the sermons,for"
service to First Corinth Bap. ionary Baptist Church, 1320 cochairman Mrs.Redeantha
the services at and
major worship Sunday, 11a.m. at 7 p.m. The
West 21st. Dunson, Mrs Audry Williams
tist Church, Thursday, Octo-
activities for the will with
day begin the Sunday school. The'
Rev. Lee McQueen Is pastor and Floral McClendon, programs -
ber 23, at 8 p.m. In th will review th Consecration '
pastor lesson. rites for the dea-
Church and spiritual advisor. Thereis .
auditorium. conesses, deacons, the choir and for theusherswill be at 1045.: .
Participants will be: Rev no charge. All are i nvlted. Members of the finance com
The morning worship will begin at 11 a.m. The Training Union
mittee will be Mrs.
I J.W. Davis Rev. : Ophelia
; will sponsor its annual tea at 3 in the dining area of the
A, Milliard, prayer; Mrs. One hundred voices will pre Ward, Mrs. Irene Jones,Mrs. A
church. program will be presented. Mrs R.H Morrlssette1is
sent special music. Music Nettie Benton. Captains will
D.B. Barnes, narration;Mrs. .
director. Mrs Emma.
,, FeaC
I W.E. Young, Welcome; Mrs. lans will be Marvin,Collins,' be Mrs.' DatUeRoblnson, Mrs.. er,1f.the.socJalcMttPlan.'Jb.eTraining' :
Samuel M. Shipp Union will hold its I at
regular meeting 5.45.: :The
\ L Mrs Mary Helen F. Bellamy Roberta Williams Mrs.Florence -
In of my'' Mattle Pollard, Response;,, .
loving memory evening worship begin at 7 Weekly activities -'
Redeatha>> '
Luclle solo and Mrs Catherine W, Sykes. Smith, Mrs
I dear husband, Samuel M. Mrs. Lowery, ; elude the "Prayer of Faith" Hour Tuesday, at,7p.m. The*
Dunson Mrs; Alma Walker
Steward is
this Mrs Helen Cleveland, readIng Mrs Ruby B.A. ,
Shipp, who departed Union president.The Mrs Ophelia Ward, Mri. pastor will conduct the Bible hour. The Sunday School Officersand I
life here on earth October Teachers Council will
Q.e. meet Friday at 7 p.m. The pastor
revival Lorene Carter Mrs Florence
Speakers will be representing Union's mass ,
16, 1968. 11t will conduct the Bible study and L.C. Chester
general super-
various organizations UnIon meeting will be October 26, Young, Mrs.Annie Mae Hamil
We miss Oh, we miss ; ,. intendent will
you .4 .t'f preside during the business period. Workersof
ton and Miss
St. James, Mrs. Amanda, at 2:30 in the main audito- Beverly Cousar.
How could we help but other
you. churches in the community are welcome to share the
Lark Ministers Wives, Mrs. rium of the Mt Olive Primitive Valient Ladles are Mrs.
cry? But if we live as you .e hour of Blbllc studies each Friday night.
have lived, We'll meet you Anna Cummings; Union St t. Baptist Church} 319 Adline Quarterman,Mrs Marjorie -
James Women's Convention, North Myrtle, Rev. J.. M. Anderson, Mrs. Willie FRIENDSHIP
again by an by PRIMITIVE BAPTIST
Mrs. Claudia Williams First Dixon pastor. Mae Crawford, Mrs. Dorothy
how much we ;
God-knows miss Never shall Corinth Baptist Church, Mrs. Elder Alex Alexander,Elder DeVera Edwards, internationally known fashions and cosmetics Courtney, Mrs. Birdie Mae Sunday School begins at 9.45; with Mrs. Leaster Smith, superintendent '
you. your expert has Afram House Miami-based business Sykes and Mrs. Jessie and teachers, in charge. The morning service
Erma Lewis; Mrs. Carrie Leroy Robinson and the joined a Black Ward.
memory fade. Loving Govan, John Beatty, Mrs. combined choirs of Cedar enterprise, as vice president In charge of Afram's New Mrs. Fannie Jackson will be begins at 11:30: with devotional services led by Deacon Joseph
thoughts shall always wan- Sarah Rice, and Deadoness! ,' Hurst Holiness Church of York City office. Miss Edwards, writer world traveler, and In charge of music. Mrs.Florence McPherson and Deacon Charles Smith. At 4 p.m. District No:
der To the spot where you 2 will meet at the
Union, Mrs. Edna Gordon. God and the combined usher beauty expert, came to Afram from Pharmaco, where she ,Smith will be in chargeof church Deacon, Winston Ware Is leader. On
were laid. Mrs. C.A. Weaver will make boards of Mt. Olive Prim served as trade relations coordinator and beauty consultant decorations. Mrs Thelma Monday night the church and the pastor will give service at
Love: The Family: the presentations. itlve Baptist will serve, for eight! years traveling over the nation and giving lectures Norman will serve as pastor- the New Jerusalem Baptist Church,'Rev. Finney pastor. On
Mrs Willie MaeShippDeVoted lola S.- Ministers expected to participate with Mt Olive's Gospel? Cho von makeup and hair care, -to colleges to high schools and to for-the-day. Tuesday night the weekly prayer meeting will be held. A pro.
Wife Mrs
ject will be
Moffltt Mother; Mrs Nathaniel are Rev. CJ. Wat- rus. Mrs. Aline E. Vance woman's groups. She is a former student of journalism and Services Sunday begin with sponsored at 312 Goodwin for the benefit of women's.
day Rev. H. Robinson
and Mr;, Naamon kins, moderator of Unionst. and Mrs. Alberta Latimore fashion writing or City College, New York, and of Pratt In- the Sunday School at 9:30with Is pastor.

Shipp Brothers Mr. JohnE. James Association; Rev. in charge 8tltut "II1is! Edvards .studied in Rome,The expert is author the superintendent in charge.
Allen, Nephew; Mrs. A.F. Sumralngs, .Rev. D., ,J. The Friendly Westside of a beauty book, a former columnist and former fashion coordinator The lesson will be reviewedby Ministers Wives Rosetta Cohen
Avis McSmith, Cousin; and Jones, Rev W.E.; Young. Choirs Union will hold a for Ebony, Tan and Jet magazines. In 1958 Miss an appointee. The officials
Mr. Curtis Williams Uncle Mrs. Aggie Bishop is pro- dress rehearsal Saturday, Edwards was decorated by' the Dominican Republic. She. is of the association will be in Plan For Gives SundayFall
gram chairman. Rev. W. L', October 18, at 7:30, in the listed in Who's Who' in America. Hobbles''' are touting and, charge throughout the day. MeetingThe
Jones is pastor. The church main auditorium of ,Royal ___playing the guitar' District No. 3 will meet at
is located at Duval and Mad- Tabernacle baptist Church, 4:30. District No. 4 meets at first meeting of the Baptist Concert
*********** ***** i Ministers' Wives
ison. 1320 West 21st. Rev. Lee Emanuel Baptist Holds 4 p.m. Prayer meeting and Alliance
SIGN OF ZODIAC McQueen Is pastor and Bible Study meeting are held following the summer vacation Sister Rosetta Cohen villain
will be held Monday October pear in a gospel concert at the
spiritual advisor. Mrs. Tuesday nights at 1::30,
Rev Reddick Ruby B, Stewart, Union Annual Homecoming Day 20, at 5:30: p.m. House of God,. 1993 Yulee,

I president. Mrs. Catherine Mt. Rev and Mrs. Odom, 1553 Sunday, October 19, at 3:30
Moriah A.M.E.
Baptist Church 2221 Forest McConnie Street will be
Speaks On Sykes will be in charge Homecoming Day will be ob- hosts. P.m. ,
beginning with the Sunday Mrs. Odom
will Among the will
music. sponsor a participants
\ Sunday at Emanuel
School Choirs will serve as Host To style fashion show for the be Elder White and The White
follows: 11 a.m., No. 2 and wives and their
friends. Singers, Excelsior .Gospel
y New Deal Sunday Pentecostal Church In Male Chorus and Usher Board Quarterly ConferenceDr. The last meeting was held Singers, Gospel Traveling

No. 2; 3 p.m., Junior Choir, with Rev. and Mrs.A.F.Cum Stars, Gospel Crusaders and
Services at'Grant Memorial First Annual Assembly Children's Choir, Junior W.F. Foster, presidingelder mings, 755 Acorn. Luncheon Mrs. Angela McBride,
L1i \ A.M.E., 927 Clay, will begin Usher Board, Usher Board of the South Jacksonville was served by Mrs. A. F. All singing groups are in*
; with the Sunday School under The Pentecostal Church of al service and testlmonal ser No. 4; 6:30 p.m., Choir No. 1 District of the A.M.E. church Cummings. The meeting will vlted, as well as the public.
t the direction of A.V. Rose, at God For All will hold its first vice combined will honor Miss and No. 3, Usher Boards No. will conduct the fourth quart be presided over by President Mrs. Amanda Collins Is spon-
9:30: a.m. Superintendent Rose annual assembly from October SonJIa Simpson and Mrs. Beatrice 1 and No. 3. erly conference at the Mt.Mo- C.L. Williams sor. Elder Collins Is pastor.'
will be assisted by his staff 20 to and including October 26 Simpson. Elder Clyde The speaker for the day will rlah A.M.E. Church October -
and oUiP.IS. at the headquarters 1631 West Anderson will speak. be Rev SL.Badger Rev J.H. 19, according to the announce Ann McGee Returns From
Dur1 ., the 10:45 service Dr. 23rd, between Criminal and Ordination will follow morning Perry and Rev. W.C. Neat ment made by the pastor Rev I
A Pendant on Gold plated Redolck will preach on the Pearce services Sunday Sunday The Twelve Tribes of Israel J,W. Jones ,Democratic Women ''s Meet
( chain. Send month and day ; [ theme "Rejected Invitation"and Bishop White and the official School will be In charge of will be represented as followsat All boards I and auxiliaries
[ of birth for your individual ( at 6:45: on. the theme "A, staff will preside. Superintendent Adrian Simp 11 a.m.: Reuben, District are requested to have both Mrs. Ann McGee, presidentof
| sign. $3.98 Tax Included i New Dea!."" On Monday night the assembly son. Memorial services will 1, Sunday School, B. T. U., written and financial reports the Democratic Women's enthusiastic. Three daysof
{ ZODIAC BOX 8007 J Choir No.3 and Usher Board will open with the Welcome be In charge of Evangelist N.J. Boy Scouts, Children's Choir. ready. Educational and Voters InteresUng'meetings revealed -
{ Jacksonville,Florida 32211 [ No .3. will serve during the address by Mrs.Ruby L.Dixon Ernasty. At 7 p.m. the Young Simeon: District No 2, Dea- Sunday School begins at League, returned this week much information of
The coness Boards No. 1,2 and 3 9:30: with J.H. Jackson In i from an value. Mrs. McGee is urg
day. introductory sermon will ; enthusiastic thirteenth
********** People's League will be in ing all
be given by Elder N.Patterson charge, with Miss Phyllis' Levi: District, No. 3 and 4 charge. The morning s e r- session of the State particularly women,
The alternate will be ElderN Jones presiding. Regular ser- Missionary Circles No. 1 anJNo. vices will feature the appear- Convention at the Ramada to renew their interest in
Pressley. vices will 2; Judah: Districts No. 5 ance of Presiding Elder Foster. Hotel on Cocoa Beach. the matter of voting and ed-
TOO DON'T HAVE TO CO TO TOWN TO GET be held at 8 p.m.
and No. 6 Missionary Circle ucation. The League hereis
On Tuesday Faith Temple Senior Bishop M.M.White will At 6:30 reports will be Mrs. McGee reports that
Church will ,be Present. deliver the closing sermon.Reports No. 3 and Matron Society. made. the convention was most seeking more members.
Elect Lady Alexander and and appointments will Three o'clock: ZebulumJHs- The annual. Women's Day

LOW PRICE(; Bishop D. Alexander will have be made tricW No 7 and 8, Y.W.A., celebration will be Ocotber' --- -..
charge Red Circle, Sunshine Band; 26. r .....
Pentecostal Church of God Issachar: Districts No. 9 and FREE CATALOG .i

DRUG STORE NEEDSTrade For All No 1 will have charge East Florida Ushers *10, Pastor's Aid Board;

Wednesday.. Mrs. Llllle Edwards Prayer Band; Daniel: Dis Midway Women I Listing Everything In .1.1I'
will preach. Elder N. Union Meets MondayThe tricts No. 11 and 12, Trus- I ?==> .

With Your Neighborhood Drug Store. WE WILL Pressley will speak also. tees, Deacon Board Male Hold Pre Spirtitual
Evangelist Annie Lee Thomas East Florida and Bethany Chorus; Gad: Districts No. Supplies. I
will serve as alternate. OnThursday Baptist Usher Union will hold 13 and 14, Junior Choir.Usher's :
deliver We fill all Doctor
I also Prescriptions.
; Incense
night the Pente- its mass meeting Monday night Board (Junior) No. Annual ConfabThe ; Herbs I
costal Church of God For All October 20,at Tabernacle Rap 4. I''
No. 2 will be present. Friday tist Church. Rev. W.E.Young At 6:30: p.m. Asher: Dis- Oils Candles
Dixie Pharfnacy will be Women's Day. Minister Is pastor. tricts 15 and 16, Choirs 1 "Klckoff' for Women's .:: ,

Florda Bell Williams will Ushers are urged to attend, and 2. Napthalum: Districts Day at Midway A.M.E.Church i LA .
have the 17 and 18, Senior Choir No. CHURCH
charge assisted association
by Friday, Oct. will be held October, 19, from .1.
24 3.. Joseph: Districts No. 19
Bishop at
Evelyn Bogltar. All St. Thomas Baptist
4 to 8
pmA unI
1302 KINGS ROAD AT MYRTLE ladles have been asked to wear Church, Rev. W.C. Neal is and No. 20, Usher. Boards Is being arranged program Woman's 5910 South Stale .Street.; '
white. The Traveling Stars pastor. The parade will be I No.' 1 and 2; Benjamin: Districts will be celebrated [
Day November
Pklll 353-55)7) will appear. Oct 26 at 1:30 at Whltner, No. 21 and 22, Usher 9,1969. Rev Fraaklisls'pastor L Chicago Illinois"tottf$ ,
On Saturday night devotion- and Thirteenth Board No. 3, Education )
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I Black Ministers May Get $1,000,000 After Church' Of Christ Drive For Funds I

I Religion And RaceBY VP Of Legion Girls Nation Massachusetts OrganizationPlans

To Help Negro Church GWoohvortKIkwplrrr !

BOSTONi-Unlted Churches of Christ of the Massachusetts

Conference met here where Crispus Attucks lost his life,as
DIDN'T, BUCKLE the first Negro, in the American Revolution on Boston Com- DOINTn'N 300 HOGAN STREETs
nWAIUCIU.-MPI--A denial that Episcopalchurchhad
hackled under the $200,000 reparations demand made by the mon, and pledged themselves to try to raise $1,000,000, a
last fund which will be turned over to Negro ministers for "..elfdetermination" -
Black Economic Development conference wu registered
week by the ft. Rev. Leland Stark, bishop of Newark. Noting activities made at the November 19
The board of directors of thecODferencf
that the granting of $Zooooo to the National Church Committee ) meeting This will be givento
for Black Churchman wu "definitely not In response to totaling 26 members the Black Ecumenical Com
that the church had said that the Blacks will
any demand for reparations/ added mission.
specifically stated such and that It had"rejected much of the be able to use the money a t Should the efforts of the organization -

Ideology of the Black )Manifesto their discretion,"appropriateto succeed the United
i the needs and situation o f
Church of Christ can go on f
TRI-COLCR _. .III -.. '. black people. record u setting a precedent. 14s
SAN ANTONIO, TezMNPQ)--Recognition of another color Miss Ju>. Harrison, above, native of WlcUlffe,Ohio,has been A grant of $250,000 will be The Massachusetts confer-

wu urged In the United Methodist church by Dr Jorge Lira- chosen a vice president of the 1969 American Legion Auxiliary ence represents 531 churches

Brand, executive director, Rlspanlc-Amlerlcan Institute, Austin Girls Nation Miss Harrison Is shown here with Defense with a membership of more
Tens Be told the denomination's Commission on Religion Secretary Melvin R. Laird when, with other young ladles, Macedonia than 190 000 members all '
and Raee that the church "In Us preoccupation with the she attended briefings by high level Department of Defense in the state of Massachusetts.

rgency of black-white relationships, mist not forget the even officials at the Pentagon, Washington, D.C., on July SI.--- Baptist Holds

worse plight of the nation' second largest minority, the Official Department of Defense Photo. William G. Ford NUi, 1 wv Nu14WUNi a,
whom he labelled the "browns."
Spanish speaking .
Our oun '.nrrn.ttSANITARY ft'anhairay Ihf gray


ABIDJAN, Ivory Cast-NPt)-.Wll11am EteU-Mooumoua,

president, Sixteenth: General Conference of UNESCO told the Has Women's Day Oct 26 Macedonia Baptist Church Honor AI Birthday
of will celebrate Women's
recent second: assembly of the All-African Conference .w- Day 33 Mail
like must not Sunday, October 26 with services -
Churches list week that "a concept 'Negrltude' The women of Mount Olive Mr. William G. Ford will be
become a school of weeping poets, a refuge for singers of a will be: Mrs H. James Green during the day. The cc-
A.M.E. Church will celebrate honored, on hlsseventieth absorbent the ultimate 3'os. ultf :-.
mummified Africa. The cultural Mrs. A. Ken Knight, Mrs lebration will open with the Soft .
mythical illusory, congealed, their annual Woman's Day Observance Leonard birthday Friday evening,October in security and comfort Box Amazing hninpoo you use : : I
Mrs. .
he said must allow us to refer to the material .Toseplll'aert Sunday SchooL Mrs. EsteUe :-:
24 Mrs. of 12 Regular or Super sizes. directly from bottle Leave .
Oct. 26. Programshave by Georglanna
and spiritual nines which constitute our heritage but at the been planned throughoutthe Atwater, Mrs. Ullle Williams \. KIng Is chairman,Mrs Georgia Ford and his host of friends hair glenmlnjt, all_rend to set!
same time criticize whatever of our traditional heritage Mrs Mary Nealey, Mrs.Verdell Mathis cochairman. Mrs,
would in this ZOth century be undesirable day. Mrs. Gloria Sykes Green, Mrs. James! Jones Doretha Smith is chairman of and well-wishers, at the Va-
will "Pastorof Zion Church
Bruce serve u Mrs Vivian Copeland Mrs. the program committee.The rick A.M.E. ,
the Day." Olga Bradham. Mrs. Dorotb1Owens anniversary of the church Rev. A.J. Warren pastor.
MILITANCY DENOUNCED School will be held The church is located n
Sunday o
KANSAS CITY fov-NPQ--The views of the Rev Joseph Mrs. Sarah Washington and of the pastor will end Monday
at 9:30 with Mrs Erma West Ninth off "
H Jackson, pastor, Olivet Baptist church, Chicago, seemed : a.m. Mrs Johnnie. Byrd, and night, October 20. Rev Myrtle.
Muldrew serving u guest superintendent The church choir will
to hold during the recent annual convention of the 6.3nUllloo Mrs. Willie Mae Kennerly.The B.J. Lane and Mt. Sinai Baptist -
sway Mildrewis ,N.Per-
Mrs the festivities Mrs
Inc Female Chorus under Mitchell and
member National Baptist Convention, U.s.A., Rev W.C.
In Municipal auditorium At the close of its week-long meat-! a member'of Mt. Calvary the auspices of Mrs. Mary Little Rock Baptist and Rev kins will. lead the devotlonals. ,

leg, the convention backed Its president Dr. Jackson, in his Baptist Church. Others, participating Betsch, will be In charge of W.L. Jones and First Corinth Rev. ..J. Warrenwillreadthe .:
thelma Barnes
Mrs. DB
are: scriptures. Rev I
denunciation of militancy u a force "that will lead only to Geiger Mrs Helen Bruce the music. Ushers of New will, be presented accompanied pastor of Peace Missionary .. .,, .. ..1 Iwtgt, a i\\\\\Ill nxnuy.uHwiUl, 41W
Bethel A. M. E. Church and by choirs,ushers,con-
a.disastrously. divided nation Mrs A.B. Williams, Mrs A. Central C.M.E. Church will I gragatlons ant official staffs. Baptist will give the invocat- Mppliydo 4 ox. size Itolt'Oit. \

REBIRTH NEEDED B. Williams, Mrs Ruth E. serve. The regular order service ion.Mrs.
NEW to.\Jt-.CP1)--A) rebirth of the American church is Golden, Mrs Ions Godfrey, Miss Waymola Stone, speech will be held at the church Sun- Llllie Mae Coleman of BAN'DEODORtNI

needed if It is to survive in the present day world, declaredthe Mrs. Florlne Benton, Mrs therapist for the Duval County 'day Deacon John E. Singleton Mt. Ararat will introduce the

Rev. Thomas Kllgore, Jr first Black president of the Bernice Jackson, Mrs. Ruth Reading Laboratory, and a, will beln charge of the mistress of ceremonies,Mrs 83
1.3-mUllon member American Baptist convention."The church, White, Mrs Beatrice Trapp, graduate of Florida A. ft M. Sunday School. The lesson review Josephine Fields, of St.John 69gBed. .' !

u we know it today, must die The true Christian church is the Mrs. Mary Mobley, Miss University will serve as I will be given by the pastor Baptist. Mrs Marie Tim- lass I.Off r...". \ml.r l
movement of God to free His people 0(butthe church possessestoo Diane Muldrew, Mrs Vetrlce. speaker for the 6 p.m. hourof or an appointee. ;ions of Shiloh Metropolitan hold. Lotion formula rolls on cleanly .
much today that it does not need..." Williams, Mrs Evelyn Young worship. MIs.Sandra Smith Consecration services will Baptist will sing. Rev.Amanda 8 Makes oz. jar hair regular setting or easier extra gives evenly keeps you dry, .'
and Mrs Dorothy Owens. a member of Mt. Zion A.M.E. begin at 10:45: for deasons, Anderson give short hair extra body, assures 24 hour protection ',:
BASICALLY CHRISTIAN Morning worship will beheldat Church will serve u guest deaconessed, choirs, ushers address.
KINGSTON, Jamaica-(NPQ-Black power, u seen by Its 11 o'clock, with Mrs' soloist. Also appearing are: and membersDevotfonalser- Mrs Alvester Williams and
thoughtful advocates, is "basically Christian,' declared a Johnnetta Betsch Cole, u- Mrs. Earths Napoleon, Mrs vices will begin at 11 a.m. Mrs. Eloise H. Denmark o f
statement Issued t>y the Catholic bishops from 12 West Indian slstant professor of Anthropology Ellen McDonald.Miss Carolyn Music will be furnished by Varlck will sing. Mrs Gussie
recent conference of the of Washington State University Rosetta Clark Page Gray will give the 0 c-
nations attending the Bishops Shehee. Mrs Choir No. 1 and No. 3 with
Antilles. The bishops' viewed Black Power U "a force ment and formerly of this Mrs Mary L. Cooper, Mrs. Mrs. Hattie Bess and Wallace cas Ion, representing Mt. Cal
to lead toward the eradication of racism, and all its social, city serving u speaker. Dr. Wllhemenla Sharpe, Miss Mlms at the instruments.Usher vary Baptist. Mrs Nora Anderson f icf :
cultural and economic adjuncts'BLACK Cole, a graduate of Oberlin Sharon H. Peele, Mri. Pris- boards No. 1 and No. 2 will of Mt. Sinai will sing.
College and Northwestern University The will be taken by .d.
cilla E. Jones, ant Mrs.,, serve The following districts
LEADERSHIP wu recently selected Gertrude M. Harris. will meet at 3:30:No.2 and No. Rodell Schuford of St. Paul :woo w t'"A' v
NK--A drive to build and Black' as one of the 12 "Best- The Choirs of Mt. Lutheran, Deacon Joseph
GREENSBURG, Pa.-< develop combined 3, in the home of Deacon and
all has been undertaken the Rev: Dressed Black Women' She I Olive direction ofVerde' Brown of Second Baptist,
Catholic leadership on levels by .'.under the Mrs Thomas Campbell onTasttlst t
Augustus Taylor.29-year-old Black priest bewly assigned 16 the, is the 'wife of)Robert Cole/, .'Jakes,'will appear oa ," No. Sin the home Deacon Solomaon Tlmmons of Soothing Itopropyl Hold and ft old* .,
Pittsburgh area to direct an Interdiocesan Black Catholic assistant t professor of Eco- a local television program of Mrs."oull Duckett on East Philadelphia Baptist Church,
minlstiles program His work will cover the five dlocess of nomlcs at Washington State Sunday Morning at ( am. 21st. street with Mrs. Ethel and Deacon Walter Fields of RUBBING AlCOHOl JUST WONDERfUl

Pittsburgh, Greenberg, Youngstown, Steubenville and Wheling, University and the daughter Miss Donna Jackson, chair Baldwin u hostess. A program St. John Baptist.
with the approval of the bishop of each diocese. I of the late John Betsch and man of the Ads and Sponsors will be held at 3 p.m.ln Mrs Myrtle Bar ton will sing. 57
Mrs Mary F. Betsch of this Mrs. Ethel Eavenport Bannis- 27
committee bu asked all members the main auditorium for the ,
AWARD WINNER city. to submit their ads and benefit of Women's Day. The ter of St. Paul A.M.E. Church 2 for 91

NEW YOUC ((NPO-Wben the American Jewish Congress Mrs. Roslyn Burrough Henry sponsors lists Sunday Members B.Y.P.U. hour will will present thehonoree. Mrs. Our own brand, Ifl-oi bottle to Choose regular or
holds Its annual awards dinner at the Waldorf-Astoria!, hotel, a graduate of Morris Brown of the Committee are: 5:30: with Mrs. 14.1..Polite directing Alice Burrough of MtS 1 n a 1 treat minor muscular aches and leaves hair with plenty of
Sunday, Oct. 28, among the three award recipients will be Roy College and a member of Mt. Mrs Merel Coffer, Mrs. The evening worship Baptist will present the hostess, pains. For external use onlyl) bounce, beauty, vervel 13 oz.
Sinai Church will Suzanne Bordeau of Mt. a.
Wilkins, NAACP executive director. Wilkins will be receiving Baptist Mildred Mann Martin, Mrs. will begin at 6:30. Both sermons Mrs
the lath annual Stephens. Wise award, for "advauclor human serve u guest soloist Mrs. Hortense Ford and Mrs. Jean will be delivered by the Sinai. ;
is of the Hostesses Miss Carolyn
Henry one leading are;
freedom" Liptrot. pastor, Rev. Wilber Burgess,
soloists of this city and a Rev. Y. Benjamin Bruce is or'his appointee. An after- Jones, Miss Janice Mitchell,
member of Delta Theta Jessie Frazier Mre VI-
Sigma Mrs.
RACIAL JUSTIC BNASRYILLF.NP1)Top pastor. service will be held at Greater ,
Item on the agenda for the recent Sorority. Also participating Payne glnla Sam.!Mrs.Llllie Perkins, ey

staff meeting of the United Methodist Board Evangelism was ly activities follow: Tuesday, Mrs. AnnDanielMrs.Valaria ,
A task force of Prominent Educator Speak 45 and Bible Scjuford, Mrs.Eloulse Under,
racial j fistlce and communication among races. 7: prayer meeting ), ,
the staff wuurgedtobe esiabllshedlo"alert the staff to issues study; Wednesday, 7 p.m.,rehearsal Mrs. Virginia Mrs '

/elating to these priorities' At St. James AME of women's chorus, Llllie Andersonand Mrs.Mary
SundayAlberta James
with Mrs. Bess and M r s. .
FINALLY CLEAREDWASHINGTONNPO.The Bryant at the instruments; Mfdteatt'ilLIQUID -I.amlly SI*," II:/, "z.

New Saint James A. M. E. Zanders. Wednesday 8 p.m., meeting
) Rev John P.Adams,staff membei. Church 2128 Forest, Rev. A. In charge of the offering will .I. of Choirs ,No. 1 and 3 with MAKE-UP CREST TOOTHPASTE

Board of Christian Social Concerns, United Methodist church, D. Harris pastor,will observe be Mrs Carrie B. Grayer,, Mrs. Bess and Mr. M I m sat
has been cleared by an appeals court of disorderly conduct Mrs Walter Tucker, 'Mrs.
it s annual Women's Day the Instruments;Friday,8 p.m.
:charges, steemmlng from his arrest during a march to the October 19, beginning 'Blanche Williams, Mrs Pe- .meetings of Choirs No. 2 and 1.09 58'

Capitol on the day closed. The appeals with the Sunday School at 9:30 cola Hopkins and Mrs Alice *4 with Mr. Mims and Deacon ...., ,...*,.. Tatar" WJr "e..p. nine. .
tribunal ruled that "blocking a sidewalk is not a crime in Miss Thomas as Skinner. Mrs Evelyn Wells tm.lli. dt' it cliuiw
with Delphlne Of Bryant at instruments. The Goes on clean > >>'tay>> on I lulls uy UK
Itself' Rev Adams, who wu serving u a religious liaison guest superintendent. Mrs.A will make the Observation., Church is located at 3333 (Ibrt, Sept. W-Oct. 23)) clean Lovely iialinul IcmkinK your lull Aisiin whiter
coordinator with the campaign, was amcng 200 demonstrators J). Harris, pastor for t h.e Mrs. Pearlle Johnson w 111' Franklin Mrs. Bessie Merchant The yellow rose la I the flower Cow Slit! Priiiitf rowtfer-t drli'l, !.It'r lii Id. "'lipvulmlOillefffe,

arrested J with the Rev. Ralph David A day, announces that an inspiring present the visitors, M r .. is secretary-reporter. for those born under the sign
STAFF ADDITIONS service has beenarrangedfor little Perry, chairman will Libra,opal their birthstone,and

the morning worship hour speak. Remarks .will Abe sense of balance I:':'//I :ml"I" ;,!( ("' I ( ..19t
CANTERBURY, ENGt..U -H.PI--The recent two-week beginning at 11 a.m. u wellas made by Mrs. Lynette Braggs their overriding '1.

meeting og the 120-member policy-making committee (Cen- for the other services.The co-chairman, by Mrs A.' D. For gCn 7 characteristic. ,iIPJ ,
t al Committee) of the World Council of Churches the addition guest speaker for the I Harris, pastor-for-the-day gn love With of harmony their 'II! / '&/j

of five persons to staff appointments One of the appointments morning worship will be Mrs 'and by Rev A.D. Harris, and ability| | to ,, ;I 5 SUPER SIALN'TJr.aSSfll ;
,wu that of Kodwo Esuman Ankrah, 41 of Ghana, Vetris Martin of Daytona pastor, Rev Mrs Zanders Young women 18 to 22 who ii cooperate. Librant I lillla ii'' Jh"blilt1li/!!/ 11'11.I.IU'If./t/
who wu named Africa secretary in toe Se vice to Refugees Beach. Mrs. Martin, a world will give the benediction.The are leaving home for the first are perfect '/ m

Division of Inter-church Aid Refugee. and World Ser-, traveler and eloquent speaker youth will presentYouthHour time this fall for college or statesmen and mediators- /"
vice. has served u a public schoolteacher at 4 p.m.Financial reports a career in the big city will hospitable and relaxed a pint
I in Volusla County for will be made.Aposlolic have help adjusting to their of compromise blooms in'their "if wru.aisssw

many years. Mrs. Martin is new lifestyle presence, .
LOW PRICES the first Negro to serve u Church tinting -
'school psychologist of the
QUALITY WORK county-based public school Jaxon Promoted I 'AIIBN' HAIR SPRAY

system. She holds degrees Holds Annual *

"SINE IF ,Oil PAST .ICC8I S" i from Butler University, Indianapolis \ 51
and did further
Grand Park Elem School, ..* work at Stetson University, Hen's Day Sunday \II, lade I .!** Package of \ super ..inlf.. .

Fto Star News Deland, and in ,Los Angeles ,ti.i. .. 64 oz lire \\aterfifi> liiii- steel razor bladr Try a pn kie ..
The,, educator Is'usoclate41rec'tor The ': t r spray r\fh I:>nkrr :thaw::: a lodav al our low money
Carter G. Woodson men of the Apostolic .i : ,Ii ,.! Pi> evrr N ky. I ,nsl Geo W. Carver School of the Southeastern Church of God .In! Writ, .,,... Mvinfi prireFamily
Forest Park School = y Region of Zeta Phi Beta anda 2032 Benedict; will cele-

Epnenus Jr. Academy member of Allen Chapel brate ....n'. Day Sunday, -I

Edward Water College A.M.E.Church,Daytonawhereshe October 19. Deacon Henry "I I
Over IS Weddings (color) serves u president of the Hommonds Is chairman 'i.
R.V. Dante ;Elem School Women's Missionary Society: Deacon Early Hammonds is ;< f

st.. Peal'1)M.E. Church The educator win be introduced cochalrman.Many .. t

,Mt.Ararat Church by Mrs Geneva Wheeler outstanding persons ,
Astro Gem Men Chub baslleus of the local chapter will participate.Rev. \ !
Joe Baker And Assoc. of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority. B. Shefleld will give wOOt.WORT/
.Brayboy And Assoc. The morning program will the morning message. Elder -
"Jaxvllle Recording Co. feature the appearance of outstanding Flax Howard will five I.. ,I 1

Bob Smith talent. The young a- the message and present the .. ;> _._.1.- *lsf ,.an. .'I :
( earn ot.
dult choir of St. Stephen's A. program at 3 p.m. Ministers'f. -
owner CAMP CASEY KoreaOO( -Raphael A. McKenzie of Jackson
A."E. Church, Alpha Phi Alpha Delta Sterna Them -,' ".E. church will lead the proces.lcaa1. Brown of the Holy ville. Fla. has, been promoted to the rank of Captain, while'serving SH I
Mrs. AJ. Harris chores
Over. 50 private Clubs Leonard 1 : of the Living God with his 7th Infantry Division in Korea. Captain
msRom TowersLou will the call to worship of MOUI
and Minister
give B. Hoover
-SrsdioRoyal Diplomats Cla camp- McKenzie Is the Assistant Provost Marshall of the 7th Military 83 *
Hart will line
Mrs. Willie Mae the Church ci God in Unity -
'Dell St. School -"Beltane Elem. School Roosevelt High'cbaol Police Company at Camp Casey. McKenzie, the son of Mrs
Other ,
morning hymn participants will be the eveningspeakers. -
WashlBftoB Snores School* are Invocation: ,Mrs. The service Katblyn L. McKenzie of Jacksonville, attended Gilbert High Re.. 1.49 Ittc t'...". I'.1....
evening School in Jacksonville,and later received a degree from Morgan The two..eeond spray 'thai AnllM' >li 1d\\I'C.' .bscus
Jenkins Scrlpture.Mrs. at | < v
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SMITH STUDIO ; p.m.' State College in Baltimore Md He entered the Army in .TlIlJ1111'I liven 21.hour prtledionEay Kiirul'', Kiniikkli.?!tl I..xliw, *
Alice .TacltsoDDeca1optSammarr will
Bus ; Among other to appear and arrived In the 7th6Ivislco in July of this year. Before .to.u.. 7 ry.r.'trJleuv.aCeten! % IwcutliI .
Mrs Lllllam King;Missionary be Brother R. DanleisBrother McKenzie with the 82nd .
he to Korea Captain wu
came ,
1511 ANT MYRTLE IYE. EYEIII.S 7SI-3280 offering sentences, C, Daniels, Muter A. 82nd Airborne Division at
Military Police Company, of the iA1 ;FA'tH1N .1U: HfI qE'' MFN MIiNt RH'INDEI'
Willie Lee Smith;Solo,M r s. B. Evans, ,Mr. Brown and (
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I'\\j tlta/mrijli' ) Businessmen farmers,aesthetes all familiar figures in(the wineries A LAUNDRY BOONWomen
of California .. Talking to many sucb winegrower 1 have found t
)that it is often a sense of partnership with nature,Vf&ith they have craved have been -
presoaking .
in making clothes much clean. ,.

and found. These men and women have one thing common laundry for centuries butit '
a deep and passionate dedication to the pursuit of excellence. wasn't until the enzyme family er
A laundry
moved into modern pre-soak like
HUGH JOHNSON, I3RIT1SH WINE AUTHOR/ .., rOoms that pre-oaking has Amway's Tri-Zyme, can be used w.
on nearly all wuhables, (
become a boon to washday. except
wool and silk)on colon, and on
SEAFOOD CENTER Enzymes have greedy eating wash-and-wear fabrics that are
habits which are a plus to presoaking -
harmed by bleach.
it H MXRiat *Vl ,f t,*i* x They break down problem
stains biologically,loosening Pre-soaks are easy to use,
them so they can be washedout too. Sort stained clothes into .
Ib.'l" easily with a detergent whites and colon and treat a.r fv
FRESH FLA. GREEN LOBSTER Amway of Ada recommends separately. Add about 1 tablespoon

We again luggeM yew call ahead U book your.rder. using a laundry pre-soak with of pre-toak per gallon of
water and soak clothes for .rt
two enzymes that attack both al< &
protein and carbohydrate soils; least 30 minutes; longer for CHOCOLATE TOPPED HALLOWEEN CUPCAKES: t ;;;
LIVE CRABS one enzyme to work on protein heavy stains overnight is best. (Makes about 24 cupcakes) A favorite with all trick or Mix corn syrup, sugar Cook end uh
b balls. Pu In kearjr saucepan. over
stains like and blood, the On popcorn
egg your next washday invite
duo medium heat tlirrlng eon.Untlr
other one on carbohydrateslike the powerful 2 cups sifted cake flour 2 teaspoons vanillaV4 popcorn balk or. popcorn
family .
enzyme mixture
WHITING LB.49'MULLET on a stick and HollowHnenwllllikt until comes lo
'IIII'II'IIII'IIIIIIII'IIII chocolate and gravy. Together into the laundry room and I 2 teaspoons baking powder .cup pineapple juice them even better. This a boll and boll 2 minute
I the fortify each be pleased with cleaner yt teaspoon salt % cup undiluted. Carnation ,.' the :
WS'.Wf IB 45 enzymes clothes year the a new twist to Gradually pour 'rrap o\'rr
other's stain removal power than ever before! 4 .iP' Evaporated Milk Halloween popcorn ball It Is popped corn stirring constantly

SPOTS .............................gN................ IB. 55' 1 cup sugar 2 tablespoons butter idea called if popcorn to decorate ugliet the and tails the I until) evenly coaled. With
1\ BEET GENERATION Sift cake flour, baking powder and salt together. Beat eggs with the ugliest faces you can treated hands, shape Into balls
SPANISH MACKEREL ........................... IB.49' GWiqc Symposium In order to maintain the wholeness until thick and lemon colored. Gradually add sugar and care up i Do it with pieces of or Into does using as littleprcMura
of the hive, the versitile vanilla Continue beating !5 5 minutes. Heat pineapple Juice candy corn candy wafers. I M poislble. (If pop.

...... .. .. ........ IB.98' i1l. October bee can quickly grow old, or I Carnation Evaporated Milk and butter until boiling Beat chocolate chips and licorice corn mixture eools during
MULLET ROE ? .......1.... ....... even grow YOUNG; the iterile mix. laces dipped In Kara Kids shaping, place ever low heat.)
Into mixture. Add dry Ingredients to egg-sugar
SPEC. TROUT ...._.........."" ....".. LB. 75' A national Symposium on on lay egg glands and the that senile have rejuvenate -' ture all egg at once Beat 'just until blended. FIll2!-Inch lined treat love popcorn for a scary uglier,Halloween.the perfect Insert ball wooden or dic.slick To Into decorate popcorn
FRESH FIILETS'Z.!! .....................!!........ IB!98 "Wine in American life" is atrophied muffin tin % full. Bake In moderate ;oven:(350F.) 15.18 Popcorn on a Slick popcorn balls or discs, dip
GEN. RED SNAPPER......................... LB. $1.00 scheduled to be held In New minutes Frost with Halloween Frosting: elk cap Kara light or dirk corn piece of candy com, esndywafer.
York City early in October. butter; and 2U ., chocolate chips and H.cork. .
FLOUNDER FRESH CAUGHT ................. LB.69 October is national wine PLANT-RIPENED sifted Halloween confectioners'Frosting sugar Beat U together cup soft until blended. Add cups 1 cup'JT"Pft sugar lace In Karo and apply.
CLAW CRABMEAT ................ Lb. Call e2' month and comes at the peakof .o '" vanilla and U undiluted Carnation Evaporated W teaspoon Mil Hake* 6 popcorn balls or 10
CRABMEAT FINGERS ...:..........................$2.00 the vintage in California. PINEAPPLE teaspoon Milk Add few drops cup orange food coloring Stir well. 2 quarts popped com disc
This year's vintage" is especially For very good reason you Frost cupcakes. Melt 2 ounces semi.sweet chocolate. Dip
OYSTERS pti. for stewing..1.35 noteworthy as 1969 is the 200th generally feel confident your
,24 marshmallows in chocolate so that one end Is
Select pti. for frying .....:.......81.65'' Anniversary of the California bring family home has the freshly best when gathered'yoi/*'' coated large Place on top of cupcakes, chocolate end up; Make
nll.heIO\'STEICS ...................5.75 wine industry.r. and locally grown produce dis ? ''"Jack' .o.lantern 'faces' In chocolate with toothpick FRAMED ART SETS THE SCENE
t played at nearby roadstandS, | 1 CHEW .flOOD POPCORN IALLSI Combine '1 cup sugar, I
fruits, however, *
Tropical Me
sometimes best when served U teaspoon salt, 1% cups light corn syrup, % cup butter FOR FALL DECORATING ADVENTURE
lrslnstassalsatplscgaslMtil from cans and 2/3 cup undiluted Carnation Evaporated Milk In
Pineapple, for instance, as* saucepan. Cook over medium heat, stirring''constantly, to Pulling in the patio furniture looking for artwork to fit into
**" > *NfeSTO Fli-Cin I a juice or shred dessert, is of soft ball stage (240'F). Remove from heat..Allow to cool and making the'big move' an existing decorating scheme
FabPrici A !5 5 minutes. Place 10 cups popcorn In,large buttered bowl. back indoors for fall/ be careful to consider furni-
: Pour caramel mixture over popcorn..Stlr Immediately until You can soften these last ture, colors, textures, and pro
SUGAR thoroughly mixed Butter hands; shape balls Place on goodbyes to summer weatherby portion in making a ''choice.
RIS. I -"4 cookie sheet lined with waxed paper. Allow.16. set for 30 turning your sights to the Don't, however, feel you are
t minutes indoor decorating scene, strictly tied to artwork from a
250Liiit the Picture and Frame Insti- specific period because of the

i KELP IT CLEAN CONSUMER TALK: about tute advises Now is the time to furniture style you have chosen
1 Ills/ 5 start plans for decorating and the Institute says In this
II III CURTAINSAND home brightening projects to day of mixing and matching
I will $$5." foil Ordor I DRAPERIESby be carried out In the colder period and contemporary
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tOOFlORIO VtHUt I fully ripen on the plant. As my mother w. draperies can be just the bit at framed art, considering what toward personalized Interiors.
sl: :;t T .203SW IMIW: lllhltMEJ:lkTHEl: the result 90 percent of total HOPING DEAR HOPING: Soak well of magic needed to make an you would like to add to your Once you've made the choicein
mUIONCIEFftDAD ITOJt,CNUCNimT I Limit 1 :.&. production is canned rinsed out diapers In pail over old room new Introducing a own at-home art collection. framed art for your home,
C1jjir 4402 NCIEfftOAD IIOWWHIU AN W ILl'I color a dramatic
Juki With only two other Ingredients bouncy The best decorating schemesare ahead
night with hot water, Vi cup you can move into
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'armth. Today
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SHAPED convertible hairstyle I is look pouf hair gently with the What would you do with a collection sizing, even this is easier and
a gal's best friend since the invention brush spray with hair spray, of pass! mini skirts? faster. Magic sizing helps the'
on a blazer a pair of a great deal of attention. Col- of hair spray. then smooth the crown and Cut them down for your small iron glide over surfaces with
slacks a sport shirt, or virtually Ian are continuing their moveto With It, she can have swirls bangs into sleek simple lines fry? Start a patchwork quilt? little effort. Then, as the sizing
any other 'item of apparel for shape with longer wider of curls or slinky smoothness with the Weegie. To give hair Do nothing yet. When responds to the heal of the iron
fall/winter 69.What's angles to accommodate bigger whatever her mood and the a little height, slip the stem of skirts drop it will be a subtle it restores the like-new body
the difference? ties and larger lapels. occasion demands. the brush into the hair and change sneaking up'or down and finish to fabrics. But unlike
Color? About the same as "Flare bottoms are the news Hair styling today Is strictlyup gently lift. Spray again to keep on us gradually as did the short starch sizing adds no uncomfortable
previous seasons but a little in shape for slacks this season to the individual so there's hair smooth and in place. skin. scratchy stiffness.
more subdued and flares in our own Jaymar" no law that says a woman can't The sleek-and-curly style is Right now sh.>rt skirts fit the New fabrics allow us to indulge
Pattern? Again much as before collection are selling very well, have the straight hair look during also easy to achieve with a med American woman's way of think more freely in fashion's
but not quite, u bold says Ruby. "We haven't gone the daylight hours, graduating ium-length cut. Pouf the hair ing and living. The youthful newest ideas. Thus when Coco
Design/ That's it there'sa for the elephant leg' or extreme to poufs of curls after sundown gently close to the scalp then appearance and freedom of Chanel shows crisp white col.lars
definite difference. And it's bell but rather .have shapedthe smooth crown and bangs downto short skirts appeal to her as and cuffs on long jacketedsuits
summed up in a single word"shape" slacks to blend tastefully The prime requisite for a the middle of the ears. Gently much as the convenience of we needn't groan at the
with other sportswear" changeable hair style is a good push it behind the ears. Swirl durable press fabrics. She has work. Our durable press adaptations -
Men building, their wardrobes The development' of dependable cut.Keep the hair medium length the ends of the hair with the little desire to give up either. launder easily and are readyto
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I Jack And Jill Of America, Inc. Will Hear Adam Clayton Powell At NY BanquetDemocratic I

Congressman Goodrich Lists Saluting ''Miss, Hark EDUCATIONAL

Will Highlight tM", $25000; Pledge j ROUNDUP

Hulem' dynamic ConcressmanAdam y 7 Y iPowellwlll For N.C. Drive I!!, Y S'.p doY t BLACK ROOTS

deliver the principal address at the Mothers' Eastern Regional CmCAOMNPQ-Aa tight-week adatt education carne, IB
Conference of Jack and Jill of America, Inc.durln the group's AKRON, OHK--The) B. F. { "Black Roots of Civilization: Am btroductloa to Afrlcai Art
Saturday (October 18)) banquet at the Garden City Hotel'fa Long Goodrich Company today annouDced and Design," Is being offered at the Loop>> college eamptt of
Island, N.Y. payment of the final ,Chicago City college from Sept.through. The cotrst
The Democrate Con Ir e.- Its programs, however, art $5,000 Installment on Its will trace tile roots of a survey of
matfs appearance>> will high geared to engulf all children, pledge of $25,000 to the -w African art and design, under the leadership of Mrs. MariaKaxaxls
light the weekend meeting, says Mrs. Eleanor C. De- United Negro College Fund's : u artist-lecturer, with the help of Africa students,
which kicks off Friday evening Loach, who will be attendingthe Development Committee,New picture slides and o (Oct. 17)) and concludes Sunday Regional Session,presides York City. The grant was 1 1.M1
(Oct. 19)). Mrs. Vivian D. over a Mothers membershipthat made through B.F. Goodrich USE FRATERNITY
Hewitt, of Manhattan, is director now exceeds ,000, representing Fund, Inc., and payment was I MONTGOMERY, Ala.-(NPQ-Twelvt) musk students at Ata-
of Jack A Jill's Eastern 126 chapters In 35 made la five equal Install" tana. State University malt up the charter members of a new
Region, which embraces some states and the, .District. of mauls starting In 1965. I 'Y chapter which was formed on the campus last May ILTht
30 local chapters. Columbia.The The company also announceda 110s fraternal group is Phi II Sinfonla fraternity of
Theme of the three-day group's activities on a grant of$3,000 to the Unit- America, one of the oldest music fraternities n
meeting, hosted by the Nassau national scale have Included ed .Negro College Fund, New the country, Its ABU affiliate Is Delta Pal chapter, headed by
County (N. Y.) Chapter, is support of a number of charitable York City. Since 1957, BFG Dst let Bodges
"Preparation for Black organizations, but Its Fund Inc., has contributed s
Leadership." Mr. Powell's local units have also become $32,000 to assist with the GOOD START
address will follow a series of Involved In worthwhile com- operating expenses of the HANOVER, N.H-NPl)--Woes Dartmouth college opened Its
spirited workshop sessions munity projects, especially In United Negro College Fund. campus for the start of the 69-70 school year, its freshnaa
headed by Dr. Keith BaIrd, programs geared to health and B.F. Goodrich Fund, Inc., body of 155 numbered 90 Black students. This Is a sharp cry
Director, Afro-American and the disadvantaged. has contributed more than from the school's statistics when disclose mat la 1tIIZG-
Latin Cultural Center, New In its first major step The $6 million since 1952 to assist year history, Dartmouth graduated fewer thaa 150 Blacks.NEW .
York City, the distinguishedJudge Foundation, headed by Mrs. educational Institutions, _
William H.Boothformer Jacqueline Robinson of Mc- hospitals, farm organizations, SCHOOLS BEAD
Chairman of the New York Lean, Va., awarded a grant youths groups and welfare EUTAW, Ala(1CP1t'heathe Black-domlnitedschool
City Commission on Human of $10,000 to support research agencies. This year the fund of Green county decided to pick a new public schools superintendent -
Rights, Dr. Jean Gilbert, Assistant and a demonstration projectat will provide $32,800 in Nat- ,, It turned its eyes to a Black candidate. He Is Edwin S.
Professor TO Education the University of Pittsburgh ional Merit Scholarships Hill, M-year-old native of Darlen, Ga, who holds master'
City University of New York, on learning techniques for will grant colleges and universities degree In school administration from Alabama AAM. The
Brooklyn College; and the na- pre-school children, principally $172.000 for operating 11Liowr school board numbers three Black and one white
tionally-known Rhody McCoy, those In ghetto neigh funds and $82,000 for capital
Unit Administrator, Ocean borhoods. Another $10,000 funds under its aid to educat- PROJECT COORDLNATOJCHICAGONPl.A
Hill Brownsville, Demon presentation scheduled at ion program. :: music composer, founder-director of a

stration School District 1 n the University, Saturday, October .... group which teaches Black pride through musical perform-
Brooklyn. 25.Black'. 'Vv "--4'7: aces, has been named project coordinator of the community
Mrs. Mary A., Wilder,Chairman A&T Freshmen Shun Saluting "MBS HARLEM. Dr. Benjamin Watkins Qeft), "Mayor" of Harlem, and cultural piogram at Malcolm X: college campus of Chicago
of the'Nassau Chapter's Authors Tony 'Lawrence founder >and director of the Harlem Cultural Festival, which entertained City college. Be is Phillip T. Cohran, 42-year-old native of
Education Committee, is coordinator more than JOO.OO()'people at six free concerts in the heart of Harlem this summer Oxford MIss., who beads the Artistic Heritage Ea mble.
of the. Conference Education For Belter Carolyn Byrd, >23, originally from Canton, 0. and now a secretary at CBS-T V,
Workshop which will address Coarse OfferedAt wai crowned at the final concert August.. She was awarded a trip to Africa and other 'Blacks' Seek. Integration
itself to such relevant topicsas prizes. The Festival was sponsored by Maxwell House Coffee and the New 1ork; :
: "The Implications for S.C. State Paying Positions City Parks, Recreation .and. Cultural Affairs AdmlDstratlon.r I
Afro-American Cultural Con- !I. Oklfkoni City Sckeeb
tributions as a Basis for self- ORANGEBURG, S.C.-Nine
Discovery and Self-Realiza Investigator AlzoHd J. Davis Of Bradertor integration in Oklahoma
courses, including Black History WASHINGTON, .-Th t ing
tion" (Dr. Baird), "Signifi and Black American GREENSBORO, N.C.-Following U.S. Supreme Court has been City.
cant Designs for Effective Writers, have been added t o'' a pattern being set In Naned To Col. U. Post today to uphold a u.s. D I .- The case U unusual la that
Political and Civic Commit- the curriculum at South Carolina predominantly-black colleges trlct Court decision order some white parents art Joining
ment" (Judge Booth); "The State College, accordingto throughout the nation, the*'.19- Columbia University has appointed ,years. ing a new desegregation plan Negroes In pursuit of integrated -
Psycho Socio Dyanamlcs of Dr. Algernon S. Belcher, 69 freshman class at AiTl Alzona J.Davis director From 1968 to the present, for Oklahoma City public classes, la the lawsuit
Black Leadership" (Dr. Gilbert -I vice president for academic State University will, for the of its program to recruit he worked In the Human Resources schools. while other whites are
), and "Leadership Edu-. affairs. most part, shun careers in and train minority group members Administration 1 n However, the District Court suing to stop the desegregation
catlon..Whose Responsibility Besides the black studies education for more lucrative H oi'I for employment and advancement New York as payroll coordi- ruling which brought more desegregation -, plan.
?" (Mr. McCoy). courses which will strengthenthe paying areas. at the University.Mr. nator la the Neighborhood was overturnedby The U.s. District Court concluded -
Jack & Jill was founded In offerings In the English This Is a distinct turn from Davis has been named Youth Corps., the U.S. Court of Appeals that a failure to execute
1938 by a group of Philadelphia and Music Departments,other 10 years ago, when more than trainlngcoordlnatorinthePerisonnel He earned his B.A. in eco- on August 27.Associate the desegregation planof
mothers to"stimulatea new courses are Introduction 80 per cent of A&Ts studnets Office at Columbia, It nomics at West Virginia State Justice Brennan, the Oklahoma City School
social and cultural relationship to Data Processing, Modern prepared to teach. > was announced by Dr. Andrew College, and his M.A. at New acting u circuit Justice 1 n' Board would violate the constitutional ,
..! between our children." Drama. .W. Cordier, president of t b t ,York ,University la the same response to argument of N- rights of the Negro -
-' University. He succeeds War- discipline.He AACP Legal Defense and Educational student by continuing the
}Ii' ren P.Kynard,who has assumed Is a member of the American Fund, Inc. (FDF) condemned and unconstitutional -

PIC N' SAVE DAILY I DISCOUNT I I DRUGS I ,':' .k a position with. Rutgers Economic Association, attorneys, overruled the Appeals State-imposed segregation
:, University.. : *llft lW'JHewSTork( University Ftif Court on Sept. 2. of the past.
';1.'>" ,( Mr. Davis, 48,will rejiorj to I d ,pQ KappaAJpha. a Justioei,Brennan gave LDF"attorneys The LDFls asking the S u-
QUAKTITY l Robert E. Adams, director Jf R PwVmirrled,, to'the former" until September preme Court to dispose of the
RIGHTS PRICES GOOD THRU'Mcsi. : : MISS CURLIK: STEWART personnel. He administer. "tiuian Murray and has o n e to petition the entire High case with "the least possible -
StOll'J65HEAD I Miss Curlle Stewart the training program as a child, aged 13 years. Court in behalf of those seek- delay." .
above, function of Columbia's p e rsonnel I I f fadlsATS
has joined the Procter and office to Improve the
Gamble company as a research skills of all potential andcur-
investigator I in its ',xent members of the University lID lij 1 ISEPDD! U AOOS
$ & SHOULDERS89C market research organization stall As in the past, there
Miss Stewart conducts Inter- will be emphasis on minority
SHAMPOO views with homemakers,door- group members. The program
to-door, or by telephone, and was created In August, 1968,
V Anti {
holds interviews with various "to qualify persons from communities te
HAIRSPRAY women's clubs and other contiguous to, the l t
590 groups to help the > ,, d acs
990 MISS BRECK company Morningslde Heights campus
ascertain consumer needs and for beginning positions for ,
13 OZ. views. Her present assignment advancement after they Join the klendellP.ioImefr.
Is Cleveland. Miss staff."'
Stewart attended the Lake,BuN' i
Mr. Davis, a native Brad
.34 ler Consolidated High School., enton., Florida, retired from
$ MOUTHWASH She attended the Walker rand the U.s. Army In 1967 as a

SCOPE 17 OZ. FAMILY SIZE.d'k. 77C C Florida College MM in Jacksonville University, and In, captain after serving for 23 DUVAL COUNTYSCHOOL

,,Tallahassee. Miss Stewart
Grambling Grad
holds a bachelor of science
degree. She was', active .111
campus programs and held. Given Luther
a memberships In the City;
Women's Congress, the Worn*", King
KING SIZE .1 STA-FIO I en's Glee'Club, the Business
/. Club and the branch of the 4
NAACP.--Photo by Pogue. GRAMBLING, Special-A( )
COLDPOWER SPRAY i i"t 1955 graduate of Grambling

I Black Art Show"In *, College, now In his final year WENDELL P. HOLMES,
at Arizona State University'sCollege JR."A
I a Martin Luther King,Jr.
i BROOKLYN, N.Y.!-.An exhibit Fellowship. Tuesday November 4
The is Joshua Bursh ,
of .Black Art will be on, recipient ,
ciq display In the Museum here a native of Leesvllle, !.a.
990 35o Bursh is the first ASUs t o-
until Nov. 10 4*
featuring some
16 ists.100 'works by 15 Haitian art- ,dent country and to one win of a only King 50 fellowship in the. Wendell P. Holmes, Jr. : .4d v 0 cat e e :

"Image d-Haltl" Is the title which Is awarded by the

95(' FAMILY SIZE 1.59 10 OZ.. WILLOW, ;tare.given by the living exhibit.Haitian The artists works Woodrow Foundation.The Wilson National. Fellowships Curriculum relevant. to total needs of the Community.

LAD living in New York and Include new fellowship is designed 2. Responsible Involvement of students at policy and program making levels..
to enable a black veteran of
CRESTTOOTHPASTE ,,4 PURPOSES PAPER' contemporary primitive well as outstanding promise to pursue 3. Recognizing the value and Importance of teachers to school and community.

? TOWELS This is a Joint project spon-1 graduate professional training 4 Upgrading end modernizing maintenance services.
a FACE ,CREAM sored by the Haitian Artists for career of service to 5. Careful scrutiny of all Federal Aid to Education program with view toward equity
the community and the nation.'
3 PLY Association Abroad and the The Foundation and full utilization example Free. Lunch Program.
t 59C Haitian Brooklyn.Community ,Center of with his G.L education! 6. Carefully. determining clear priorities In new school construction.

77C 8O9C neflts, will enable him to com- 7. Expanded and meaningful) programs of adult education.
plots his final year Arizona, 8. and
lick' History where be is specializing I n Improved enUrged relationships between school and community..
1 school law aDd corporation la", Fulljaccredltetlon of all schools In Duval County. .
.. Gradnte IM .with emphasis on developing 10.; Continued and accelerated study of new method for financing of public education.

ARRID 9 LIVES minority Duslnesses.Battle 11.; Increased.emphasis. on the three. R's.
At Temple U.
DRY AMI- CATFOOD I Of 1814 "'-

Til Cal Elect ffiiitll P. huts
AJAXCLEANSER I I .Temple University has established Ends In LouisianaNEW
/ SPRAY a graduate course 1 n \' '
Black History This Is looked 4 1' .;Jf.Tn, ,Liu 'II Til filliwiif Precincts:"

'. DEODORANT upon as a first step toward an ORLEANS)-The annual
u Afro-American orAfro-Asfan' "Battle of Sept. 14 1rW' PRECINCTS
ceremony .
I ONSCENTED 6 % ,OZ.. CAN Institute.Some 30-oddstudents when whites fought Council District No. 7 5-A, $-0, 5-C, W, 541 54, eWk, 7.., 7-C 74), 74, 7-f, 7-Oj

) : ,.... registeredforlt-about half have o f Blacks of and Negroes ended the la participation LouisK- Council"" District Not 2.A. 2.B,'2-C, 2-D, 2-E, 2-F, 3-A, 3-1. 3 -C, 3-D, :J.P. 3-O, MC.Competed .

: : :.: 17C 3 fOR 25C istf them black and half male. ana politics, was stagnated ;

: The course Is under the d 1- here again '. ";" .... ". ., ,4 ,
; rectlon of Dr. !..D. Reddlck Near the site of the mow 1 Council
', sj well-known black OS ( of District 7, Mr. Oscar Taylor Councilman
t scholareducatedatFiskandtheUoiver meat is the $l -mllllonRivtrgate
< exposition auditorium
,:" PIC N1 SAVE DAILY DISCOUNT DRUGS slty of Chicago, who has written and complex of the Trade 'I' and District 8,. Mr*. Sally. Mamlt, Councllwoman.
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Mart. monument ,
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I Florida A&M Rattlers Downgrade Unbeaten Alabama A&M With High Score : I

Hubert Ginii Celts Started The Birds Are For The People Frazier Recognized In Six

With Two Scoring ToickdowRS States As Heavyweight Chimp (

TALLAHASSEE, F'la.' -(F AMU)--Flor?da AUr. .rs combined LAS VEGAS-Casslus Clay and Joe Frazier will not be'

a crushing ground game and a tenacious defense to smother Hy r .L wT I permitted to fight In Las Vegas until Clay has cleared up I

prevtouslyunbeatenAlabamaMMUNversity42.14atHuats- his draft problems with the government. ,
vllle Ala. Saturday night.
Governor Paul LuaU has refused heavyweight championship
amassed chalked up 141 yards through T P Sti permission; The governor fight between Clay and Floyd
The Rattlers 290
the air for 431 yards total said "I can see nothingbut Patterson, because it wouldbe
yards on the ground I'hilelim- offense. Alabama's Bull* .
bad publicity for the state, a mismatch.
Citing the Bulldogs to 69 in the finished with 306 after
dogs If we let a man who refused However in Philadelphia
same department towalkawaywith Atkins and Jerry Fuller com fight for his country fight for Clay said that he has b e e n
the win. -
pleted 111 of 26 passes for } M pa,." granted a license to fight (
Hubert Glnn.FAMtJ'aleadingscorer :
237 yards, The governor said he knowsof December 15 in Mississippi. {I
paced the Rattler attack -
Scruggs bad an off night no change of mind on t h e Clay said he expects to fight. )
with two touchdowns
o n
through the' air u be hit on part of Clay.Governor Frazier in that state since
runs of one and sevenyards.ginn six of 18 for 95 yards
only Lazalt met with frailer has agreed to fight i
now has five touchdowns
but Anderson was four for Don DlgUlo, member of t h eState Clay, in an answer as Jo <
In two games. eight for I6 yards and the Athletic Commission, whether be feels people still ,
The was a scorelessduel
game TD.Edwards -- the unit which would have to recognize him as heavyweight '

but FAMU for the broke opening the Ice period with was the game's Mel' Long, left, and Kelly Best, right, have unusual.; jobs, to the birds, Long also leeos them and provides basic medical approve of the match. Digilio ,champion, said, "I'm
13:35 left in the half when leading rustier with 76 yardsin say the least Both are bird trainers for Anheuser-Bush, attention for them. Best is shown in the other picture with said that the governor said undefeated. That's all Pm
lightning quick halfback Glen 12 curlew. but Scboolfleld, Inc. Long holds forth at Grant's Farm in St. Louis Best Dawn Wells, known to millions of television viewers as Vietnam veterans would pro- going to say"
who was the game's top receiver Ann the GUligan's bland TV program. Best par- test.
Edwards darted 23 for operates at the Busch Gardens in Tampa. Long holds shows Mary on
the games's Initial score RoraceLovett'sbootfortbe with five catches for totaling six a day, five days a week, from the beginning of ticipates in the Busch" Gardens Bird Show, seven times a Frazier is champion In five Emmett Reed
extra 72 yards, picked up 13 yardson April through the end of October. An average of 2,100 peopleper day, all year round. About 500 people attend each show. states. In 1967 the Commission -

point was good and t b e the ground on four end days visits Grant's Farm during a season. That means Busch Gardens is Florida's top tourist attraction. More received a directive from AttendanceIncreases

Rattlers took a 1-0 lead. around The Rattler plays. defense was at more than 40,000 come to the'area. In addition to training. than 2 1/4 million persona visited last year. Governor Lazalt canceling a

Ginn then followed with: his Its best, picking: off sir Bull-

first from score the one, cracking with 3:28: over aWl dogs passes.Wilcox Middle andCornerback guard Demolish
Raymond i Grambling Tigers
left. The Bulldogs blockedthe Leroy Cluulton each Spotlight On Sports According to Mrs. Mary L.

point after attempt and swiped two while monster. Dempsey, director of the Consumer -
held the Rattlers' lead to 13- Otis Collier, And safety .r' Education program at

0 but by halftime the score Charles Sasser had one apiece The Baltimore Bullets overcame an 11-polnt shortage and Prairie View 58-25 Upon Emmett Reed Service Center, '
was 16-0 as Lovett split ithe defeated the Milwaukee Bucks in Madison 120-113() in a Na- classes increasing In num

upright with a 34-yard fluid The Rattlers are now 2-0 tional Basketball Association exhibition recently. Al Alclndor,.v u ber. Attendance at the classes,

goal Just three seconds before, on the season fend;! will meet injured rookie was not present.. Flynn Robinson of Milwaukeeled feels the director, indicates

intermission. Morris Brown College of Atlanta all scorers. Return From Other Gridiron concern for economy on food
Alabama A&M charged out In Ga., Saturday at 2 p.m. ********* and clothing.

-the third quarter and pull id in Tallahassee for the Ratt The Deacons beat North Caroline State 22-21 against Wake- AAAAAAAAAA"A'A"'AA."AA. Julius Guinyard, director,
within two points on touchdown lers' homecoming., 1 Forest in Winston Salem, N.C. The scoring was on a two-point said, "I am quite enthusiasticabout
passes from sophomore quarterback conversion with five seconds left. Cal Stall is the new Wake' py Unable To Get Bell From the program Mrs.Dempsey

Fred Atkins toAndreu Forest coach The Deacons lost three times last year.. is conducting. On maD y .
Robinson and Joel Reel This Black Student *****.**. Ground Troubled occasions I pass her iroonu.

first scoringplaycoverddnimu Ingemar Johansson, former heavyweight champion, is train- During Play Everyone is busy. She Is a

yards and the second went for ing to lose some pounds and strive for a comeback. Johansson.,, for the G-Men and capable instructor"

32.The Total won the crown from Floyd Patterson and then lost it to him. GRAMBLING (CSPECIAL)Grambling College's nomadic foot-. passes freshman MatheW Reel of The Consumer Education workshop .
score stood 16-14 FAMU College Weighing 265 pounds, Johansson plans to come down to 215. ball Tigers came back to their "yard" for the first time this Monore-Richwood, who bad hoursare convenient

until the final second of the, He is 35. fall and put on quite a show for the homef olks, demolishing 96scoring passes in his prep Workshops are held from 8 to
third frame when FAMU fullback Ira****** 12 to4.30

85 Prairie View A&M. 5825. career threw the first two of noon andfrom2p.m. :
James Owens bulled over, Up PerCe.t South Carolina State lost Its opener to North Carolina his During these sessions various
20-6.() Coach Gaither Coach Eddie Robinson's team and halfbacks Frank Lewis: I college tenure.
from the one. Agricultural and Technical University Robinson carried three and groups come together to discuss -
Rattler defense then stiffenedand Its battle at Tallahassee that which played before crowds Willie Armstrong and Virgil
said, of the SC team before 36 for W. and Willie and work out plans a t
the offense came up with WASHINGTONphenome- "They have a tricky offense. They are a good running team, 60,000-plus in their first two Robinson alternation as the yards took to bow to save and get the most
:I 19 more points In the final nal' Jump In the enrollmentof too." games at the Los Angeles Coliseum running backs, the Tigers Armstrong a four-yard out of food and clothing.
quarter to erase all. doubts. Blacks In colleges hat **.****** and Yankee Stadium scored the first five times scoring pass from Holmes. Classes are held in sewing on
Ginn opened the scoring In been reported by the Census Hank Aaron, Atlanta right fielder, received pain-killer for the pleased the crowd of 11,0'11with they had the ball. Tight end Terry Williams Tuesdays. Many children remaking
the final period with his sec- Bureau. little finger of his right hand during three days of the series. a devasttng show of o f- That helped them to a com caught two touchdown aerials, their clothes for schoolBoys
ond TD gallop and flanker There are now 434,000 plus His German Shepherd dog was trapped in a wire fence. Hank fense and defensive lime play. minding 31-13 margin at the one and 11-yards from arealsoenrolledlnsome
Kent School elil hauled In a Negro students In schools of was trying to extricate him. He still had the best individual It was Grambling's! second half and after a sluggish third Holmes and a 37-yarder from of these classes. Hours r e

13-yard scoring toss from higher education. They re performance of the series, .357 and drove in seven runs. He win in a row. The Tigers beat quarter, the Tigers broke it Reed. 9 to 12 p.m.; 1:30 to 4:30and
Rattler backup quarterback present six per cent of a 11 had five hits at bat, for extra bases, and two doubles and three Morgan State 30-12() at Yankee wide open in the fourth. with Calvin Lewis added a 32-yard 7 to 9 p.m.Cooking .
field for the and
Dewitt Anderson.' students college borne runs. Stadium two weeks ago after four more scores. goal Tigers
classes held
running back Nathaniel Coast The Jump from 1964 Is 85 .....".. dropping a 28-7 stunner t o In the final analysis,Fran k kicked six extra points. Wednesday from 9a.m.are to noon o n
the with a per cent. Alcorn A&M In their openerat Lewis, a 195-pound lightningfast Prairie View was unable to
capped scoring and from 1:30: to 4:30. Many
three-yard plunge. More than 6 million students A&T Speedy Bocks Sidetrack the Coliseum. junior from Houma,scored move the ball on the groundall simple foods can be made Into
I 'are in an increase Prairie View to 12.The ., night against the Gramb-
Pin'addition ,to their bruising colleges, dropped three,times. He dazzled the t delicious meals, under Mrs.Dempsey .
; .
of 46 per cent over 1964. victory left Grambling with lini .defensesinterior,with, '
crowd an az-Pfdrunand *
pound 'gamethe5.Rattlers. 1 1514GREENSBORO e Instruction.
Favored NC Team !
Includesends Robert Will
.. By with a 1-1 record in the Southwestern -,: caught TD passes of 33 and 11 Sewing is again on the agenda -
Athletic conference.All ., yards. lams (230)) and Richard Harris -
N.C.-Fired Speedy halfback William the Panther games have Junior quarterback Frank (265)), tackles Billy New- on Thrusday from 9 to 12
; 66 CADILLAC SEDAN DEVIllE ........... $2795 up Johnson C. Smith turned Dusenberry put mith in front been league affairs. Holmes fired three touchdown some ((240)) and Walter Breaux noon and from 1:30: to 4:30.:
DOWS COMFOHf,mmlC CONTROL TIGHT AIR DIMMIA CONDITIONED,C WAY SEATS,ILf CMC VKIN- loose a bevy of speedy backs ,again midway the period witha With fullback William O'Neal '(305)), guard Charles Round- Senior Citizens Day is to observed -
and ends to upset favored North 10-yard scoring run. The tree ((274) and "Tiny" line Friday from 1:30 5.

DORADO $4595 Carolina A&T, 15-14 before touchdown drive was featuredby Willie Wright Ran To Fame backers Audie McSwaln(223)( ) Citizens are busy'in arts and
67 EL AAAAAr.AA.R1R//1.. crafts during the day. They
mIRING wHfii.cnuist CONTROL, C WAY if AIS.CUMAII COM- 15,000 fans in Memorial Stadium a 40-yard screen pass and Anthony ((208)).
tiLt But the Panthers may be seen making\; many
TROT AlA CONDITION here last Saturday night. from Duncan to Dusenberry. passed
It was Smith's third straight A&T began moving again Aid Forgot About Sprintingpoise well at times. Frosh flanker objects, some for sale, some

69 RAMBLER SST ......?..... J2595 victory of the season and right after halftime and the < James Wilson took scor- for These personal classes Consumer
VI AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION, PIN,fO*!' SItf UNO, Al'CONDITION marked the first time the Aggies scored their final GREENSBORO N.C.-As a while snaggerlng six ing passes of 36-yards from
,(AC19 Y WARRANTY ION LOW MIDIS l Golden Bulls have beaten A&T touchdown at 9:27 of the third Allen Merchant and 32 from Education are open to a 11.
freshman football player at passes for long yardage
Come and pick favorite
since 1944. ,The Aggies are period on a one-yard run by Curtis Dockery. Passing also your
6t CHEVY II NOVA..................\\.M..'$179' now I-lfor the season.Smlth'swin fullback Tommy Blue. Guy's A & T last season, Willie against Johnson C. Smith. set up scoring runs of course. Call Mrs. Dempseyat
UI4.AUTO/MtlC'OWIA/ .mRING.IACT )U VIfoRAANlt Wright was accused of two The leggy 6-4 end from 353-9021, Extension 59.
68 BUICK IE SABRE .1 1J ..................... $2'9't nullified a record-break-. placement made it 149. things. It was said that be was Greenwood, S.C. started the three yards by John Beton.In .
A t T this of offense the
ing performance by The touchdown ,
\ Bulls'winning game
Dt.H TOf,Ml COND, MM.fOf AUI )MA IIC.W.A MAUIK slow and tense during games ball game with a sterling over
t 68 CHEVELLE MALIBU ...................................... $'79' quarterback Stan Jacobs, who was set up by a short kick by Last Saturday, as if by de- the head catch, good! for 62 most, exciting moment came
I AUTOMATIC.MH.ONI Of OUR KH IVY$.HURRY completed 14 of 30 passes fora A&T to the Aggies' 33. It sien,Wrigbt decided to explode yards. He followed this with when Frank Lewis made his Blacks Refuse To
whooping 363 yards. took six before Duncanhit long scoring scamper in the
plays both of those myths.Insodolng grabs of 44 and 21 yards,then
68 PONTIAC GRAND (PRIX 2995 ,'.A&T bad been able to bounce Parker in the end zone. he established himself as one flashed 77 yards for the first quarter. He went left Join Scotland Yard YLONDON.ScotlandYard
back twice from deficits but Bulls at on a reverse and outran the
led the
All, CONDITION, AND All 1HI OOODIH TtiAf /MKf UP tHI GRAND Dusenberry of the best receivers ever to Aggies' first touchdown.
MIX Smith iced the game with a rushing with 87 yards in 29* two shorter field on an 82-yard play--
play for the Aggies."I Wright caught
i 67 CHEVROLET IMPALA SPT.CPE. .i.. .................. $'''5 10-yard( pass from quarter- carries and Thad Jones added guess It was all in my passes to tie his personal the third time of this season has
VI,AUTOMATIC. ImAINO,AlA(01'101110101 ;back Elroy Duncan to flanker 56 In 19 carries. Blue toppedthe head said Wright who exhibited mark set last season. he has had a touchdown run been stymied in Its efforts to

68 CHEVROLET IMPALA SPT.COUPli ................ $J1NiVI John Parker with 11:57 lefts Aggie rushers with 67 plenty of speed, and Wright attributes his newfound of more than 80 yards. get Blacks to Join its ranks.
mH.AUTOMAllCrOWlliULIINO the fourth period. yards in 12 carries. \ speed to the running he Lewis, who gained 124 yardsin The only real reason given I
67 FOROCAtAXIE 500 $1795 The Golden Bulls had bit the .did during the track season eight attempts now has a is that Blacks fear social per
All, COND.,V .H.TOP.CM,AUIOMATICPOWI I ITtf UNO,UN l Scoreboard first at 14:27: of season total of 374 yards in secution if they Join. Scotland

68 PONTI AC TEMPEST ..,.. ... $209$ the second period when Parkera Fort Volley Wildcats Nose and"AU over I did the was on wind 16 carries, an amazing aver- Yard is accused ofstrongblasIn

CUSTOM,AUlOMATICllANSMISSION.POWtlitEEIINO.UH i senior from Rock HU1S.C.,, sprints" he said and over the age of over 23 yards per run. its treatment of Blacks.

We Take Dealt Where Others Refute kicked a 38-yard field goat Out Alabama And Clark Col. summer I ran Just about Grambling goes to Nashville, Scotland Yard has been advised
Credit Approved on.Spot: On the first play from scrimmage everywhere I went. Tenn. this week to meet Ten- to "put its house in order."

following the ensuring Wright's biggest booster at nessee State while Prairie Efforts at recruitment.have
kickoff, the Aggies took the FORT VALLEY, GA. W. the range withhlspasslngarm A A T is quarter back Stan View has an open date. failed completely.

R., S. EVANS lead when Jacobe hit sophomore -, Lomax's fighting Wildcats last week so he took to the Jacobs, the other half of the .
: end Willie Wright with have pushed across two ground on several surprise sensational passing duo.It w.uWrlgbt' .
MAW 77-yard touchdown bomb.John straight victories nosing out sneaks for 35 yards rushing catches that account A
3rd & Guy's placement made It 7-3 Alabama State 23 21 and and two TDs. The coaching ed for most of Jacobs'record-

I EL4-B381OPEN TIL, 9:30: P.M. EL4-IM2 in favor of A&T.EARNANDLEARN taking Clark College of Atlanta staff feels that Edmonds, is setting 363 yards In the game Your professional beautician
21-14 last weekend.
gaining the confidence he
"When you look at a performance -
i The Wildcats outrushed their needs to lead the team. He like Wright gave Satur- knows the answer. .
I opponents In last week's Tex- began to'prove It last week day," said Jacobs,"you reallycant
I We Classic 184 yards to 136 when several plays sent from feel too bad about losingthe
yards but fell down on their the bench did not reach him In
because know he
/ potent air game completing time Running backs Alvester gave everything he had.",
only 5 of 20 passes for a Burnett and Kelly Dawsey are Jacobs said Wright' has

t \ Offers A course In total of 57 yards. slated to see action along with it takes to be a good Is peroxide needed to''color
N .. Junior TB Frank Redding led TB Frank Redding Wildcat: everything
the ground game grinding out Flanker Ronnie Lowe continued -
; "He has deceptive speed and unwanted hair?
a ,".". GRAPHIC ARTS 90 yards and Is slated to start to lead the team in number very good hands. He sometimes gray
., I' at that for this week,
/' position I of catches with seven tries too hard and it
confrontation with the Knox- averaging 20 yards per catch: "
hurts him added Jacobs.
: ;jVaritYping Tape Punch vllle "Bulldogs" Knoxville., The Wildcats clutch receiver "Saturday he was real relaxed Hair care and beauty experts know that the first traces of gray
4 I Tenn. showed last week that be is a and he did everything right. halr-and even slight fading of natural color after chemical rep,
ais;1 ;\ The Wildcats have scored pretty good runner as well Wright is one of the hardest laxing-can dull a woman's appearance and make her look older
S\ first in each of its than she feels. While most hate these "
Headliner Compositionl'it. previous stepping off 40 yards rushing working members of the ALT women premature aging
games early psy on the end around and off team He and Jacobs reportto effects, many are hesitant about using permanent peroxide
ch ologlcacalaafect. The Wildcat tackle plays. the practice field a half halrcoloring which may change the natural hair color while:

: ... ::: ; defense will be led by 63,248 Tackles Bobby Dollison and hour earlier than the other coloring gray.Professionallytrained. .
PART TIME EMPLOYMENT pound Arthur Humphrey and hairdressers
Ben Young continue to spear- players to work on patterns."I know the Importance of,
215 pound James Flowers at:. bead the offensive line along know I can catch," said their customers' preferences when unwanted gray becomes a
: For Those Who Qualify defensive end. Flowers is a with guards, Jerome Butler Wright, "but I want to work on problem.. These experts also know that Clairol created semi
N young freshman who has come and Earl Armster who replaces 'some of the other things. I permanent Loving Care hair color lotion without peroxide','
on to do a remarkable Job Lawrence Walker. Ben think that all of this extra to color only the gray without changing the natural shade. They:
for the Wildcats at that pos .i is the OIIl group work has helped me." also find Loving Care blends back color faded by chemical'
..... FULL TIME EMPLOYMENT He Is reported to also be able and has beenllimping this Wright caught 30 passes asa r processing.; Because of its mildness, Loving Care maintains
,to kick field goals fairly ac- week. More than likely he'll hjalthy looking hair and lasts
well a month of shampoos
.. freshman and seems on -
: ,- ;:o''". After Training PeriodS curately from a range of 45 see a lot of action this week his way to bettering that total Whatever a woman's reason for wanting Loving Care for her}

I ,. yards. Tackles Eugene Ford as it is bard to keep him out'. with seven games left. hair she Is always wise to consult a professional beautician.
and Paul Andrews round out, of the line up. As for the butterflies before Hairdressers are equipped with a family of fine Clairol products"and '
S 'REQUIREMENTS. : MUST TYPE 50 VOKDS I'f PER MINUTE, OVER It YRS; that defensive front four. and during the game, Wright the training to promise each patron the loveliest and most

d Offensively, with the accep-, THE CAN simply shrugs off the charge personalized haircoloring effects every time she visits her salon;
f ,J"ll" MUM STAt in} Miiicriit i'' II. Near r }Utl St. tlon Lawrence of starting guard James I 'I AND KEEPAMERICA "I think that my big night If you dislike gray and want no peroxide why not ask your:
the Wildcat beautician to
offense' fSAV will give me more confidence glamorize it with Loving Care?

remains in tact with Junior ,", he said. !"As for the eaelrol Inc.9St Court*.,o'Clel". Inc.*
:I QB Robert Edmonds calling butterflies everybody .has .. ir '

',- r-::' signals. Edmonds couldn't Had .them." .... --.. .

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I I. Tennessee And Texas Southern Break( Even Before 13.000, Fans;' In HoustonI I

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20,000 HOMecoMers Expected Robert Kennedy Wisconsin SpecialThe Texas
FAMU Plays Orange ./Scores 19 Points |I.

I At AH Weekend Festivities Center SceneOf Second Qyarler And Rallies I

GREENSBORO, N.C. .-More than 20.000 persons are expected Bowl Classic On HOUSTON-TwlcIoneV sons staged a dynamic duo serial
to take part in the annual Homecoming Weekend .A It T Tennis Joust show that allowed the Tennessee 11 to come from behind and
State University Oct. 16-19. tie Texas South t t81l#'in Rice Stadium before 13,000 fans.
"We nave every Indicationthat The Jan Recreation Depart- Jefferson Street foe'GIlliam
the forthcoming Home- :Committee of the National ment sponsored a table tennis December 6TALLAHASSEEFlorldaAiM did the throwing. MaceoColeman drive."
coming celebration will be lumni Association at a brunch tournament Oct. 6, at the did the acrobatic catching Five minutes later Quarter-
one of the finest ever staged at 11 ajn. In the Red Carpet Robert F. Kennedy Center, as the Big Blue uarched 65 back Cliff Brooks hit split-
Room. First and lona. ry : end David Davis with a 42-
the in
at University, said J. yards five plays for the tie
Nell Armstrong, chairmanof The Homecoming Weekend Boys and girls of all ages n University has received appro- score, with 12:53 remaining yard scoring pass and the
the committee. "We have will be concluded by the' participated. In the singlesfor ytY Mill val for games with predomi- in the game Jefferson Street Big. Blue posted a 13-0 first
spared no details In making Alumni Worship Service"at girls Saundra Robinson nantly white schools in the future Joe pitched a seven-yard TD quarter lead.Davis' TO capped
11 a.m. Sunday In Harrison defeated Denise Jackson Zl-19 a four-play drive that was
preparations for our many strike to Joe Scales, 'but'It
returning alumni and friends. Auditorium. in the final round of the singles Accqrding to Coach Jake was Freeman Alfred Reese's set-up when Eddie Lamber-
The highlight of the celebration elimination tournament. In the c. 7 Iii YA Gaither such a decision was extra point that kept Coach recovered Jim Thaxton's punt
of course,will be the ann boys singles, which were divided reached last year under former John Merritt's win stringing that was touched by a Texas
ual CIAA football game between Jimmy Hines Taken into three parts, Ronald FAMU President GeorgeW. alive at nine games over two Tiger.
the Aggles and visiting Charles won 21-19 In the first Gore. years without a defeat.I Texas Tiger tackle Charles
Maryland State. The two grid game 21-13 In the second, The first game will be with Offensive Coach Alvin Cole- Blossom recovered Wayne
powers will meet in G r e e n s- Out Of Taxi Squad 24-22 In the third and 21-19 Tampa on November 29. man's son snagged eight Reese's fumble on the Big
boro Memorial Stadium 0 n In the finals Coach Gaither said, "I have passes for 103 yards while Blue 45 to set up Foster, to
Saturday, October 18 at 1:30 MIAMI:-Jlmmy Hlnes.whose In the Juniors for boys Vincent been patiently waiting for the Defensive Coach Joe Gll- Clayton Tooms five yard
p.m. mistakes during his training Bush won 21-17 and go ahead sign, and now thatwe Imans' son Jefferson zeroedin scoring pass with 34 seconds
The Homecoming Parade,expected period caused him to be called 21-19, Joseph Stucky won with have it we hope to play on 16 of 30 serieals; for 31 ,left in the first period
to contain more than "OOps", was taken out of the Tadpoles by whipping more white teams In the near yards and one TD.LiDbacker' Texas Southern scored 19
one-mile of floats and bands, the taxi squad of the Miami Timothy Quantence two future. Roger Sims points in the second quarterand
will be held Saturday beginning Dolphins recently. straight games, 21-19 and 21- Racial problems have shocked the victory-minded took a 26 19 halftime
at 11 a.m. The AU band Once considered the fastest 15.Also ,decreased,felt the mentor,and 13,000 Texans fans in the margin into their dressingroom.
will also present a pre-game human alive, following a per during the week there the atmosphere Is more!favorable first three minutes of the openIng This set the stage for
formance in the Mexico City was a basketball tournamentThe the second-half antics of Her-
show at the stadium at 12:15: stanza by Intercepting a
Olympics, Hines was sched- Blue Devils defeated the Coach Gaither spoke of alet- Larry Foster pass and racing rit's dynamic duo.
The activities. will get underway uled to open Saturday night Red Devils 20-14. Eddie Williams ter on his desk from college 54 yards to paydlrt to give the Bob Gibson
on the campus Thursday against the Oakland Raiders. was the high scorer, in California which Interest- big Blue a '-0 advantage. Big
The player once bad trouble with 12 points. Ing in competition. "Sims I think the most
at 8 p.m. with the coronation was Winner For CardsBob
of the "Miss A&T for 1968- holding the ball. He played In the other game the Red Now that Tampa is on the Impressive ball player in the
69" Miss Lllllam Campbell football in high school In Oakland Devils beat the Vikings 2014. Rattler roster the door is open field tonight," Coach, Merritt Gibson has become a
of Charlotte, N.C. Is the new but did not play In col This was a follow up to the smiling University of Wisconsin star above, Greg John- for other white teams in the confided."He hall one other 20-game winner for the fourth
"Miss A&T." She and her lege. He Joined the Dolphinsin championship.Tony son, is one of the outstanding players on the great Universityof Orange Blossom Classic. The key pass interception and a time. Gibson is the bread-
court will reign during t h e 1968, when he was chosenas Qualnteance was high- Wisconsin team. Number 32 must be watched through all Classic is held in the Orange fumble recovery that all and-butter winner of the
entire weekend. ,sixth round draft choice. point man, with 32 points. the season.--Photo courtsey University of Wisconsin. Bowl at Miami, stopped a Texas Southern Cardinals.

"Theme of the coronation
will be "A Serenade to a Soul
Sister." Members of the court Former Raines
will also be special guests at High Player
an "African Feast" to b e We find DUSTER expounding on /his t favorite subject... himself.

held Thursday from 4-& p.m.
In one of the student dining
halls Harold Carmichael Was Eg
Gee |Im
Special events planned for great. I
the visiting alumni Include far abounds.
enough even
UM annual All-Alumni breakfast -.

Saturday, Oct. 18 at 6:30: Among Southern's TopTop $9 people.. .
a.m. In the ballroom of the
The r\eti\ l/frfe/ cat
Statler-HIlton Hotel. -j1
..\11I ",,,\"" "1.\*** .
Dr. Lewis C. Dowdy presi-
thais small enoughbvi .
dent of A&T will entertain Footballer Made AllCityAnd
rte. '
members. the Executive big enough.

OrambiirgTigers Played Three Positions

Harold Carmichael, Southern's big end ((6'6") has only fcer hung on him In Jest by one
Demolish managed to grab two receptions thus far. In the most recentof of his former coaches at
Southern's two encounters, that torrid Prairie View Gameat Southern, it is printed on the
Prairie View Houston's Astrodome, the big man's one catch was rood seat of, his practice pants. ( kN IY P
for a six pointer.Carmichael Everyone is assured of the
0 K. /
who caught 23 Raines High played a total of fact that as the season goes it (
GRAMBLING, LA.(SPECIAL) last year as a sophomore was three different positions on his will be increasingly difficultto yMOION
Frank, Lewis I .continues to' one of Southern's top scorers high school team Prior to Ills' hold down the tic end who I Plymouth CHRYSCONpNAl10NLER{ bian "
get yardageInbig.pbunksinda y wlUf 36 ponin'.Yof'ttre Kelson.": senlor'yeat' he was a receiver,19 hat.:spread the word that he + 4 -
presently leads the Gramblng Included In that number were as a senior he was the team's' Intends to play better ball each'' !
] Tigers i Iln rushing after 5 TD's and three extra points quarterback and also playedthe game.
three games with 375 yardson putting him in a three-way tie safety position. Hal made Teams around the SWAC are I enough to
15 carries for an averageof with fellow team members All-City as a safety. going to be on the lookout for ox
25.0 yards per trip with Louis Porter and Mark His touchdown against "Stokely" who exhibits lot of sw
the pigskin Samples for team scoring Prairie View came during the "Jaguar Power" when on the '
The Tigers, unlike last year honors. second quarter of the season gridiron.. and when it comes a parking space.
have been able to break t h e The rangy end who hails and was his season's first. Of to making grabs..."he IS, a
big play on the ground, with from Jacksonville, Florida's it he said, "It was a bard one, bad man...."
Lewis himself having runs of I really didn't see the ball
87,83and 82 yards for ID'S. Curt Flood Will until it got right upon me .. I Alcindor Makes TV o
1 dA
Bill O'Neal has rushed for NN
caught it and all I could think
178 yards on 41 carries and QuH Baseball about was getting the score..I Debut October 18
Willie Armstrong has 176 think Pd been due for one anyway -
yards on 44 carries, Virgil ." Lew Alcindor will make his
Robinson has also been I m- After DealST. When asked about the game' regular season's debut in the 1'o ;
pressive in early season with against Mississippi Valley National Basketball Association w e
132 yards on 13 carries. LOtm=-CurtFloodout- State College and their victory Saturday, Oct. 18, when
Frank Holmes, whose ball fielder for the St. Louis Car- over a tough SWAC competitor the Milwaukee Bucks playDe-
handling wizardry has been dinals, plans, to quit baseball Arkansas AM&N comment-1-' troit at Milwaukee.
responsible for some of the Flood was recently traded to ed, "Undoubtedly,Mississippi ABC's Wide World of Sports
long runs, has connected on the Philadelphia Phillies In a has a good team,I think they're will be lengthened from 11/2
17 of 45 aerials for 279 package deal for Richie Allen.
yards' out to prove that they're capable hours to two hours ,
and three touchdowns. Frosh He said he would remain i n
of being members of the
Matthew Reed has clicked on St. Louis and devote full time S NAC," This My engine big enough 9 I guess |7l5nV if refreshing
Watch Clown
his o
three of 10 passes, but two to business. Harold, who has been called : 7h
of The outfielder Is the head ofa -for good pickup and safe could ? meet
them went for scores. 'the Leaper' among other '. \% you j [ io someone
Terry Williams leads re-' portraltstudloandphotogra- has the knack for 26 30 J"fo
things get-
patting but small enough / o\9 call me /j.\ without/
celvers with eight receptionsfor phy firm. ting up there after the ball / any
157 yards, two of them All ofhis professional career and making the tough "alley 95 II 51 sage o i %
gas. perfect.
In St. Louis. Flood inadequacy
for ID'S. Frank Lewis has was spent cop"-type catches.Southern's
caught six for 110 yards and said that 12 years with one basketball coach watches the 1 ;i I '' hangups'M
two TDs while Armstrong club can mean something. He big man going up at times and : ,
bas four catches for 57 yards. was rumored to be earning' shakes his head, the ragey 9I R.wotroratwCrytl"
Calvin Lewis has punted 13 $90.000 from the Cardinals. old mentor has already stated
times in the three tilts for an Flood is 32 years of age.That that be wouldn't mind having
average of 39.0 yards per kick had much to do with his decision the big man working the back- 3'
Robinson has returned seven to retire. boards for him.Hal's .
kickoffs for 127 yards to lead A Cardinal spokesman said hlckmane around 28 81 16 CO'PO'O'iOl ,
In that the plan might be changed. Mt
that category. campus is "Stokely" ,a monl-

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New Hope Plans Completed For ,
AME Women'sDay

Prices Ibis Geod Sun. Has Women'sDay Annual Baptist Meet FIVE ((5)CHAIR BEAUTY SHOP

,., Mrs. Estelle McKlsslckof At St. Thomas IKKHBKMIIMMttMtiat&KBMIMMIIMt"The
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WEDKUDAYI Bethel'Baptist Institutions Velvet Princess,
Church will be the speakerat The seventy sixth annual is expected to preach. Rev. '
the eleven o'clock service Annual Women's Day of session of the East Florida C.C. Daniel of Mt, Carmel Soutel Shopping 'Center located at the entrance to
I October 22nd of New Bethel, church Sun- the New Hope A.M.E. Church and Bethany Baptist Association -;: Baptist will serve as alternate Sherwood Forest and Harbor View Subdivisions;
r day, Oct. 19.Women's will terminate on October 19, the Senior and Junior : No other shops in Area to service over 700 colored
A _I. Only At ... Day will be cele- at the church, Seventeenthand :Women, Young People and The junior women will open families in Sherwood Forest.
brated. Mrs.. Jacquelyn Davis. An Interesting District Ushers apd Brother- their service at 2.30 p.m. Can be bought for $3,000 which includes name, equipment
Etffewood Are Smith of Woodlawn Presby- program has been arranged.' hood Convention, will begin at Rev. M.J. Trowell of St. Luke furniture and supplies. Pay $1,000 down and $100
terian Church will be'gueat Mrs. I.nora Louder I. Thomas Baptist Church, 2333 Baptist will preach.Be?.David per month on the balance of$2,000
Kings M. I Rushinz-Bth&Davis soloist. At 4 ::30 the Youth chairman.;: Mrs, Everllna' Moncrief Road,October 21 and Johnson of Bethel Baptist of .efecaacavecaAdaAltwws+ecwrtrals+swtsat
Department will close out Wiggins Is cochairman Mrs. end October 26. 'South Jacksonville will be the
MsttMrrtie Avenue 33rd&Moncriet the contest for "Little Miss Jessie Tyrus will be pastor- Rev. B. H. Hartley Is mod- alternate. At 7:30 p.m. Rev. I Fir Firth; Details, Call
Bethel." Contestants are for-the-day erator. W. Demps of Beulah Baptist,
A Jackie Butler, Milllcent Willis Captains are: Mrs. Ella The pre opening program ,will preach,"with Rev.J.Clark ,I MR. EYNON MARC ANTHONY I
and Regena Jones. Ellerson, Mrs. A. Thomas, will be October 21, at 7:30 of Friendship as alternate
t t N At 6:30: choirs and soloists Mrs. C. Eason, Mrs.Elnora p.m. The Layman's Brotherhoodwill I REALTY CORP. REALTORS
BjNKAMRIjRD will be featured In a musical. Grant, Mrs. Annie P.Blayton, The convention proper opens open Friday moroln .Rev.
Reports of the day will follow. Mrs. Everllna Wiggins Mrs. Wednesday at 9:30: Rev. D.J. John Paine of Grace BaptistIs LEI TURNER RD. PR. 765-4453 1
.tiw W1 Mrs Hattie Nesbitt Is gen- Lenora Louder, Mrs.t. Graham of Mt. Ararat has scheduled to preach, with NiC051 .
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kins, Mrs. G. Davis, Miss >rwwacwwwwrwiwatr
eral chairman Mrs Olivia been programmed for the an- Rev. Levi Green of Central
Imported Canadian at domesticprk Harrell and Mrs. Mary E.. Brenda Lundy, Mrs Rita nual sermon, with Rev. C. Baptist as alternate.
Oliver are cochairman Mrs. McGruder. Donnell as alternate. The Moderator Hartley will deliver -
Canadian Mist Malanie Jones is program Miss Ruth Seawright Is co- evening sermon will be delivered the annual address at HE* BRICK HOMES ..
a chairman. Rev. Elisha JonesIs chairman of publicity. Rev. by Rev. W, Burgess, 2 p.m. Friday. Major reports,
pastor. Z.L. Tyrus Is pastor. pastor of Macedonia, or by remarks and the election of -
Rev. J.L. Harris, alternate, officers will feature the after- Now ATiilikli
...............................g I I pastor of First Baptist In noon.
Mandarin, At 7.30 P.m. the deacons GRAND PARK AND LINCOLN ESTATES
: REAL ESTATE The sixty-second session of will conduct devotionals Rev.
: : the Senior Women's District Landon Williams of Bethany As Low As ----
sniE F7 Convention will open Thursday Baptist or Rev. J. W, Jonesof
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I. Buckman Sf, 4 room C. B, home $300.00 down $55.00 per Johnson presiding, assistedby speak.
month.. Placeda St. "bedroom cottage $300.00 down $55.00 a staff of officers Presi- Under'! The New Government 235" Program. This Pro-
hrwwvwhv : per month. New brick homes to be built $ZooOO down; Lot : dent Johnson will Introduce FOR RENT gram is designed for those people to buy A Home that
REG. 8.15 monthly payment. new work at 10:30 a.m. Rev. able' afford In
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