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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:
November 22, 1969


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


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

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University of Florida
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VOL. 1 19 HO. 31 UTIIUY, MVEMIEI 22, 1313 20 CENTS ObjectTo Twins At t A.L. Lewis No. 1 105

** ** * ** ** *** *** Restrictive

1:' :71 M.Q.l'\ Jk Acts, Of White:

NEW YORK-In an effort to
.* breach the Iron noose which

In the main, confines Negroes
to the Inner-core cities, the

National Advancement Association of Colored for People the

U OF FLA SEEKS "upon coning has codes.restrictive'launched an suburban attack

With sources of employment .
drying up within the cities as
Industry moves out, it is lm-, M
peratlve that housing be made
BLACK PROFESSORS available to black workers in

the suburbs, William R.
Morris, the NAACP housing M

.... .... ..................- director, said In announcing: r..
the drive. k
+ Y Yt Of As an Initial step, the Association -
t ::- "'t i Recruiting has filed a petition

f'',. )'1 with Michael Petite, town supervisor -
; \,1"! ,I, Black Students, of Oyster Bay,seeking -
f r rezoning of the Long Island -
,\ 'i. (r
village to permit con-
: rrp Is Questioned struction of housing for low

and middle-Income: families.At .

MONTGOMERY, .ua.:-T h eState the same time, the NAACP There are probably, few schools which like A.L. Lewis Elementary School No. 105, can expect -
of Alabama, known over GAINESVILLE-The: Un.versUy / called upon the Department to cross their corridors each school day, seven sets of twins, four of whom are iden-
the years for its prejudices of Florida has taken an of Housing and Urban Develop tical. This Is an historical fact. Mrs SS, Milliard, guidance counselor has discovered
Governor Claude .Kirk, following the Indictment by the Grand agresslve polnt-of-vlew on, ment to the town's ,
amt for its mistreatment o f reject ap- that many of their problemi and concerns are not always the same. The are individuals
the black man, has recently, Jury of Councilman Oscar Taylor on three counts of bribery, black enrollment to the extent 'placation for recertlficationof Each
one wants, to do his own t .ing. From the left, front, they are: Marva T. and Marvin
been revealed u a state which suspended the official from public office. that It has employed a Its Workable Program for T. Washington, Willie and Mike Miller, Ronald and Roland Battles and Brenda-'
A terse statement from the governor read: "1 find that the' Negro, Roy Mitchell, to tra- Beverly
Is still mistreating the Negro Community Improvement Harris, Vernell and Burnell, Jr. Jones In the back are, from the left, Denise and Donnell
this time black juveniles.A Interest of the citizens of Jacksonville would best be servedby vel about and to make con- The petition for rezoning alleges Mlncey and Ervin and Earl Brown. .
recent release reveals that this executive act. I do hereby suspend OscarTaylor," tracts, all with the aim of that the Oyster. Bay

young Negro offenders art Governor Claude Kirk, following appreciably Increasing the laws "were systematically

beatelt"&Dd fare.nt e4.,Pit $ (tie\ |ndlctni! '!nt to tyf! Charles Clinton. Howell .The black portion of the student excluding low ,and. moderate
benefits of a rehabilitation Grand ,,.Jury.C9uncblman, jury Indictment points out that.'JSCOTtuptly body within the next few years Income: and minority group Hick' (Office) torp
... ptorraro.'m.l11'a1l-b1aC&1no!1st1tuttos elec- There are now 158 Blacks at families ftpjn gaining access; a
""' Oscar;;Taylor_ttre* itffdt; "Ali' Uadrui'dty":: IifIII.If' Tt6 Nol l Se
/ of brlbtf> usp nde4 the official o n neW'housing'anywhere In n.
&fthan'tlni! months' lO' from,public office;, "jA" : yequeatspbcitsnd :up about. 1.93 of the total en- the'.township R' says that '' 1i'L '
the United/ States Departmentof terse statement from the) I accept" for this one\ of three .rollment In white schools nationally. land-use regulations\ tend "to I lit'"'N LightTAtLAHASSEEiBlackpow I [

Justice tried to Intervene. governor read!: ."I 1 find that ,- nullify the effectiveness of fair ,
Their request was for. permission the Interest of the citizens Mitchell, coordinator, is housing laws" '
: -
to Join Ira DeMent, of Jacksonville would best be spending most of his time The situation "is particularly er at the ballot box, once considered Dr. Andrew A. Robinson, principal of Raines High School, the
United States Attorney for the served by this executive act. speaking at predominantly Negro critical for non-white families not too Important,has first Black school to be accredited Jacksonville by the Southern

Middle District'of Alabama, I do hereby suspend Oscar schools and inviting students -, who are compelled to become an entity in American Association of Colleges and High Schools, teas a result of,,
In a complaint, WIder the Taylor." to apply at the University find housing in a few locations life with which the white man a nomination, the first black member of the Association's Florl-

signatures of Attorney Gen This suspension holds pending of Florida. He is stressing where they pay exorbitant will have to reckon, Vernon 'da Committee, virtually the sole authority in accreditation Inthe
the interest of the University -
eral John Mitchell and ot' rents for substandard facilities South.
conviction or ,acquittal. authorities In Jordan, director for voter,education Jacksonville, a former student '
Civil Rights Chief Jerris Acquittal permits suspended minority of the Southern Regional Dr. Robinson will also become of Long Branch Elementary
Leonard. official to seek Immediate re. groups NAACP studies of the legal Council In Atlanta told the first Duval County School, Matthew Gilbert
Mitchell said he went ot Tam
The case aplnst. the'ltatt Instatement. Conviction Is aspects of land-use controls', Florida's first cooperative representative on the, committee Junior Ugh New Stanton High
Is set for\December IS and, tantamount' to loss of,civil pa recently and talked with He show that "exclusion of multifamily meeting of many of the tate'. since Terry Parker's and of Florida A&M. He received -
promising people. .
the f young housing from the Town; principal, Sidney Friend,
16.Alabama rights and to holding o ; black elected officials his master's and doc-
has not been able to evaluatethe
has been of constitutes a' served. Dr. Robinson will
charged public office Oyster Bay "Black leaders have becomethe replace torate from Columbia.Dr. .
effect 'of his
with operating an all-black A replacement will be named. appearancesas denial of equal protection of .DeW leaders of the civil William McClure, Indian Robinson formerly taught
;school at Mt. Melgs, near Council: President John Lana-'' of yet. The names of students the laws to 80 per cent of the rights movements, Jordan River County superintendent. general science and biology

Montgomery, for the punishment han will name a committee to are given to him who byteachers. families In the New York region told his hearers. ,He contin at James Weldon and Northwestern -
of black children. According Any student who cannot afford the Confirmation will make Dr.
chose such a person. will ued, "The time has passed, Junior high schools,
malls him application
to the Federal Government Florida laws empower the' receive an'answer.Inadequate $30-35,000 needed purchase 1 believe, when the self-ap Robinson part of a 10-man served as coordinator 0 f
the other institutions .governor to suspend a launl- the minimum new houseM.or pointed blackcommunity\ members science and mathematics and
education has beena
.; operated for white, follow -' dual officer whenever grand OSCAR TAYLOR barrier for minority to find rental housing at moderate no matter bow well-in was acting principal: at sever-
groups, "
programs of rehabilita Jury returns a true bill a- amounts' Mitchell said. He said that prices. tentioned they may be, can al schools. He is a Korean
tion. galnst him as a result of act-, Councilman" Taylor Is, in the, The NAACPs demand Is that speak for the black people" War veteran.
black schools are poorly
Attorney DeMent filed for ions stemming from official second Instance, accused of many Oyster Bay rezone no less than Jordan urged that black officials -
,five black In the prepared and that many statewide 20 cent of Its 3.000 acres e
youngsters conduct or duties.Councilman 'accepting $600.00 from a certain : per strive for effective Fund
"slanted.. Defense
Institution. A Montgomery Oscar N.Taylor; Clifford cram. tests are of vacant residenti iii-zoned ness..* He felt that they must
Mitchell said "I'm optimistic. -
County probation officer assisted Councilman of the Seventh Thirdly, Councilman Taylor land for multi-family housing have some type of commit-
I believe this is a
In pushing the action. ,Council District of the City ot ;Is alleged to have solicited and that is over due.program I 30 per cent of vacant single ment to take back to their For CIa'. Taylor
In the original action the Jacksonville, who was arrested requested for himself and div- family zoned land for blames supporters
charge was made that inmatesare lira other $500.00 a certain -. feel this university recognizes of one-half ,and one-quarter
Saturday inadovntown' from The official said that votes,
this and want to Begun In
,I forced, and driven by tel and Immediately charged Don West. continue problem and they this acre or less; and repeal of black votes, in three southern JIX'Councl1man
uneducated and sometimes Illiterate with accepting a bribe of 500. The jury points oUr In Us, ." expand program the "special exception" requirement states, kept them from the
overseers and are, declamation that In all cases In Its zoning or- Oscar N. Taylor
00 'from a state undercover GOP Camp In 1984. They were
further forced' to : On the other hand,. Mitch dianance dealing with two- DR A. A. ROBINSON presently suspended Councilman
undergo agent in face of his denial of there was an understanding chairman fo the Black Florida, Arkansas and North -
cruel and'unusualpuntshment. wrongdoing was,Tuesday afternoon between the .lawmaker and Dasher family and garden apartment Carolina committee recommending accreditation representing District?
This might' include beatings Indicted .by: the State each person named f'tothe.. Students Union at the school, dwellings.The 'He pointed to the election of for five schoolsnot of the City of Jacksonville,will,
with broom and mop bandies of Florida, Grand Jurors .of effect that such money would does not feel as Mitchelldoes. petition gave the office Maynard Jackson as vice may accredited in Duval. not go without 'support in his
.and with fan belts. Last February accepting three bribes J.nr1uenc8.t11t act, vote, opinion He pointed to the O'Connell act that President when- of the town supervisor until or of Atlanta as evidence of Dr. Robinson is a product of court battles for Justice and

officials at the school Councilman,Taylor from the decision Judgement and Stephen January 1, 1970, .to take ac the strength 'of mass voting subsequent vindication .
asked for a dismissal of the ..beginning bas denied shady behavior', of the said Oscar. on the Florida Supreme Court, tion. After that date, If action, collie black man's part. Judge Throws Black Community Leaders,
charges. United States District dealing and, on Tuesday; had Taylor,' on a matter, question Joined in an opinion that excluded 'has not been take, the NAACP Jordan,' substituting Mayor a temporary name for acoor-
from the University
Judge Frank M. Johnson no comment. On Wednesdaythe case -of, proceeding which a Black will Oetermlne a new strategyIn Howard Lee of Chapel Hill School Case Out diantlon committee of black,
denied the request. lawmaker said, "I bad a might by brought v of Florida.concluded seeking rezoning'rerula- N.C. who remained at Chapel leaders, has banded together
School officials could not be statement ready for the news fore 1Wn;14.bla capacity as further tions. Hill because of a munlcl-. and laid plans for a mammoths
reached. A member and chair "They Just realized there tea Mr. Morris that "re- United States District) Judge defense
but oi ,the advice of counsel: Councilman as' aforesaid: A says pal strike, said a closer rapport benefit _
man of t the trustee board, R. 1 am not giving out anything proposing rezoning of certain problem with not haying hire strictive local.planning and must be had with organized William A. McRae heard Rev., The place will be the Apollo
E.. Belster, said ..he had. no, now."' real estate property located enough blacks Then they zoning practices are the newer labor. He said, "We William T. Fowler,preacher- South ot Bordeno '
comment. On 'Tuesday''' Taylor was In the City: of Jacksonville.'. .' Roy Mitchell and!"say, 'Here subtle methods being employed should ask if we can depend segregationist, make charge Thedate win November 2,4.
'I1IeJustice Department 11 :stripped by Council President The conclusion of the text reveals -, you are, solve If. by whites to limit the locations on them as allies. We can't IL court Monday that HEW, .from 9p.m. until -
demanding a change In' the John l"11) of membershipon that Mr. Taylor's acceptance where blacks can live" overlook the discriminatory the State Board of Health and ,This committee is asking a
Institution's program or' the the Council's public) afblrs; of monies would lead Official Says'Lot' He contends that 'virtuallyall policies of many unions ,or school officials are in collusion 'personal donation of $1.5?&t

permanent' closing- 'of the. ,, in and urban affairs committee to the exerting of influence remaining vacant land is 'the fact that their;memberships as to forcing integration the door.' This money,. and
,pending reso.lving of the case. upon others, members of the Deeds Setliriol located In the suburban areas go out and vote for the 'in the state. all other monies directed to
pUggiaes arrest Urban Affairs Committee; the.' circling the inner city and that racist candidates." The Judge also beard the the Benefit Funds"ot Oscar

.CincellitfoiDraw subsequeakaccns alsbockand Zoning Board, the Planning '' Rules this land is out of the reacb of Jordan felt that Increased' plaintiff argue that his daugh, Taylor Defense,will be so used.
,ed aU'artU of Jacksonville.' Board and of the Codes Adjustment the people who most need effectiveness can come ter's constitutional rights have Top entertalnersha\ce'pledged

J.U.I. Fire Major Hans Taraler, ..08.a. Board,. all of Jack- housing space through 'registration, the electing been violated their services,namely:Loren.
,Wyoming hunting trip, expressed sonville. BIRMINGHAM,'Ala>A Blrmringhara "We can no longer be content of more black officials Judge McRae dismissed the M and the Husketear.; The
."sickening Indigna Such actions are contrary to' black served in Vietnam merely to protect our own and the creation of black com- case. "with prejudice." Four Counts,.. T1U Banks
NEW. YORK. The cancellation tion" upon his return to the the provisions of Section 138. He died in' Vietnam. neighborhoods but we must become ,munlty potential. Interpreted, that means, the .Father John and the Delibera
of the Leslie Uggams city. 012, Florida Statutes. When the body of Pfc. Bill prepared to do battle out In Kentucky black electedofficlate case nq longer interests the ,tins, soul Dynamics, Ernest
show has been termed a ea*' The Grand Jury of the State The Councilman; native.kjaxonj Terry was brought back tothe in the townships and villagesto now total 35. Attorney court. The segregationistsaid White end, Riekey, CaUoway;.
tastrophe 1Vh1tJIeY' M of Florida, following the de'' : ; lives at 1505 Eaverson.' states' his mother, a widow" lower zoning barriers and Neville M. Tucker of Louis he would appeal. The ill Dat1OM:1Ji: llt.apeabr
Young Jr., director of the,National laying of an earlJ.TIIe-1 At the outset tile arrest re-*\ asked for permission to bury thereby create new opportu Is the first black Judge. Attor- State Board ot Education's be preeeat to kaynott the

Urban LeaptlDe. ,morning, Bearing against the suited from Information given him In the precincts of Elm-,, nities for non-whites and low ney Charles Anderson is t n e counsel Rivers Buford, Jr., ,rccssio, ;+/- ; .,
Through a splkesman, .(he 'lawmaker, by Circuit Court' 'State Attorney E.EmrdAua.', ,wood.Cemetery, Just across, er Income: groups seeking first magistrate Negroes, had requested dismissal qf ,The Black Cowflwnity: Leadin -
'dynamic leader of the League Judge' {LamarVWinegart t; tin by members of me Council.- from their home.' housing closer to today's Jobs since: the November 4 elect the case,arguing that the court Couaett UtaSung forward

.said be planned oetworkafflclals'and to send a te-4 trougnt .la three Indictmentstat '' Toe Indictments were signed. The cemetery authorities refused -. at prfces"$, they can afford to' .ion, are serving -as;'alder- could not crantr.l1er.1." brist crowd to the in-
'leg % to the a JTuesda," noon. bearing br Attorney Austin" : berrequesU Mrs.Terry pay menot the eleventh and twelfth The minister arguedtnalhuiVchild Y tf iefaM for CouncllWjjjp
that he would mention, Mr.'Taylor is charged.lllltr Taylor arrested Saturday,; filed suit u of July 25, in an Joining with the NAACP as wards: state representativesand should be allowed to go ito mare. --.r. -
that be was"terriblydstcw'eta" the first indictment. with accepting was released;on $3,001 born"thi effort,to,torce the 'officials consultants is the research board of education mem an all-white scaool or that .,

by.the announcement. .. ...tor.Id., ...sad Jet., came. day after spending to relent and to cease ''mainialntaf and action-oriented Suburban< hers One Negro la a com 'the United States tfeeeM. pay ,
The..Uggams show cancellations divers otter: pers.:wBse about an boor In Jafl. On his a policy. of discrimination Acton Institute, a non-profit'' missioner in Lexington,one' private school tee. The suit I
. scheduled orDecelllbtr'R names are to t the Grand Jurors "way front jail Saturday, Mr.CONTINUED ; : against N.pOt!." organization based in West- a county magistrate and one followed hit learning tfcat..:
unknownnlSO.OO fern:1' ON PACKS ( 5" Chester County, N.Y. a constable. would nave a black leader
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Published by The Florida.Star.Publishing Compaq ,
Whitney M. Yovug, Jr.DESE'GREGATING .
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NEGRO' PRE ERJ llONAi"' W/1' .
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azaln. the Supreme Court has spoken. hoot .

ERIC O. SIMPSOIL.MANAt'lUG EDITOR s toil ruling, it Affirmed the unconstitutionality of s segrega- *.

"The obligation of every school district Is to terminated '
HILDA W00TEN..CIRCULATION MANAGER school systems at once," the Court held The.key !isThat'phrase

'11 Important because many thousands of black

MAILING ADDRESS 1lr high school students are now In all-black schools studying
i great'moments In America n history -- including the Supreme.

P.O. BOX 599 JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 32201 Courta decision to outlaw those'same' '"segregate"" schools,
a decision made when thos ant ..
i OFFICE 2323 MONCRIEF ROAD I Back in 1954, seventeen
Southern and border states
PHONE 354-U02& and the District of Columbiahad

+ d ...... separate school systems
1 for white and'black pupils.
MIAMI OFFICE 5018 H.WJI7II t -r But the Court in ordering an .?' ,,4 ,

end to such segregation, said

PHONE 751-3179 'I': 'a1vE CONCLUDE THAT IN ALL DEUW ATESJ'EED' deliberate they should speed.Integrate" with"all

I THE FIELD OF PUBLIC FOQ DffGilEGATJON J$NO Desegregation proceeded with I ;,'
SUBSCRIPTION RATE more deliberateness t than
On Year; $12.00 Half Year, $7.00 Milled To You EDUCATION DOCTRINE LOWER CCHSTITVTKHALLY speed. Many school districts +a

Anywhere In The' United States ,1 1 OF'SEPAKATEBUTEQUAL'HAS rrRf SI8LE...THE 06UGAWHWEYEW resisted the Court's orders. Y
Others waited for federal district -
Subscription Payable In Advance
FACILITIES racist )Judges who were unwilling
to act -- to order them to
Send Check Or Money Order TbP10RH STAR-P.OBOX I' UN QUALMTHTHOSEHWtf oem SCHOOL St4TErls desegregate. Still others waited -

f tee:rtW U Y AT ONCE. Ocr ilo9 for pressures from federal WHiTNEY ". YOUNG, .TO.
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA,.. 52:01. f : Yeti minorities before complying.
The result was a slow, unsteady pattern of paper compliance,
tokenism and often, outright defiance. The process was com-
"JUSTICE DOtS Not CHANGE WITH AMMISTRATIOHS" plicated by Irresponsible political leaders who seemed to have
visions of themselves as embattled Confederates defying the
Riots And Hurricanes Union. -

. Politics, as'usual, played a part In encouraging Illegal defiance -
of the Court. Federal authorities were wary of stirring
Unpredictable; II discontent among racist voters, and the miseducatipn of black

.children was seen as a small price to pay to pay for party harmony.

Urban America through its timely publication City Chronicleas In recent years federal pressure was stepped upand a greater
of the Issue ot September 1969, presents a cogent argument measure of Integration was achieved. But this was endangeredby
as to why riots are altogether predictable,why their occur I YOUR WEEKLYHOROSCOPE the Nixon Administration's dlclsion to allow school districts

rences can be considered paradoxical.' The following paragraphs .: still defying the law "more time" to comply.
are selfexplanatory.We '" They've bad fifteen years. Why did they need more time?
quote: The fine line between riotologyand mythology is evi- ": Black people waited fifteen years for the law of the land to be''
dent in the spate of explanations of the relative coolness of sum GUIDE enforced We've waited 3SO years for black children to have
mer, 1969.c Taken together they show that civil disorders remain / the same rights as white children. But Southern districts who

"unusual irregular complex, and. .unpredictable events ". defied the, law rated more sympathy then black people who
," in the words of the Kerner report as hard to explain ". .1 wanted to abide by the law. '
when they don't happen as when they do. 1\ So we were treated to the ugly spectacle of federal attorneys
The Department of Justice, which categorizes violence according IY PABLO THE ASTIOLOCftWHICH'ARE '; ,.: ,1 going to court In support of Mississippi school districts attempting -
to whether It is a "riot", or a "serious disturbance," .; to avoid desegregation of schools It Is to the credit'''
reports that there has Indeed been a dramatic decline from last '" of Chief Justice Burger and the Judges of the highest court In
year--If not In numbers then In Intensity of riots and serious : the land that they ordered an end to racist school systems
disturbances., Though the figures for measuring intensity-* YOU LUCKY DAYS' :>:. "at once."

those of property damage Injuries and deaths--are as yet impressionistic Now It is up to the government to enforce the law. This will
and Incomplete.Justice spokesmen say there is ..F.O-R.BUSINESS' -. :LOVEr TRAVEL ? be the big test of the Nixon Administration's devotion to the
no doubt that the damage has been less. The numbers that are "law and order" we hear so much about. '
available, though, are Important: there were 24.riots In 1968, Beforethe decision was handed down, the man responsible for
,and only six during the first eight months of 1969. Where there enforcing civil rights laws shocked the nation by saying "if
were 216 serious disturbances in 1968, the number has fallento the Court were' to order Instant Integration, nothing would "
127 so far this year. Focusing only on the summer months ARIES CANCER LIMA 7 tAti1CISRN41111' ,. rjcnange.! There are jut not enought bodies,. and people to en-
of June, July and August there were sevenrlots and 20 serious URN MARCH ",.., ,. :)f9j'ce that kind of 4 disturbances In 1968 as compared to five riots and 16 disturbances -. HID JME- HIM SIFT,; IECMr '" Federal-officials are uphold the Constltuttonv-R e- 1

this year. 27tl APRIL 19tb. ; 22.1Feastnot fusal to enforce the Court's mandate is an Impeachable o f-
One of the most obvious differences between thisyear and the ". 22HJILT r 23rJ ICT. 2Ard', 22.. 'JAN 19th fense. It Is absolutely incredible for a government to bring about -
two previous violent summers has been the absence of large-: a Constitutional crisis '
I'. peat. There should be only your ')'11. by defying the Supreme Court, so 4
scale riots in big cities. Instead,says Oliver Lofton, associate next to mar this week,one that Before going too tar with plane Make merry Many who wici we must expect that the necessary "bodies and people" will
director of the Community Relations Service at the Justice Department is os dear to the hearts of all to excel next Thursday la a to observe this national holiday 'You're willing Even If they be found to enforce the law s:
violence has moved to, and Increased In, smaller Americana. Whatever was display of the culinary arts, la the traditional wtywillrea- sometimes don't look as if this The President and his Justice Department officials have said
clUes Hartford, Camden and Fort Lauderdale.provide the most. wrong heretofore should b e ,find out who Is able to cone Ube that, they meet pt bwy .to ao" .Caprlcorniant are as they will enforce the Court's mandate The die-hard racists Si
recent reminders. pretty well cleared up. The and what everyone can eat, or at once with the rMIredpre- reedy and willing to enjoy a have to be shown that the laws of the land apply to all. Vigor-
The Leml\)erg Center for th.Study of Violence at Brandels University belt day to make up the list not It always takes forethought parations ((2 rd, Ztill). I( pod time as the rest of the ous enforcement of the new ruling will end Southern school
disagrees with the Justice Department In part. "There of guests and of all the things and preparation to would be only fail lor tovW world la truth, they ire likely segregation by early next year. It', been a long time coming,
has not been a shift from big cities to small cities but rather a that have to be bought to entertain make any dinner reunion the ones to take some of the bur Ie be more thankful than but now all the excuses for delay are gone. (Mr.Young Is the
shift from big disturbances to smaller disturbances other th.m. would be the resounding success that does' dens off your shoulders if moat,becuase they have earned author of the newly published book "Beyond Racism.'.'
words a decrease intensity," says Terry Knopf; a research 24th If there Is someghlng justice to the Cancerlaa hospitality you are planning to entertainat their blessings through long rWhit
associate at the Center "There Is still continuing disorder In else to talk about It and strenuous endeavors. The
may ((24th). There are home In the style to which
the big cities, though the real peak was"reached around the time have to do with future plans some potential problems that you and favored guests are idea of showing gratitude to Does They Negro Want?

of Martin Luther King's assassination. regarding marriage and gainful may be uncovered 'before accustomed (Z6th). There maybe the people who have been helpful ,
The Lemberg Center also offers different figures than does the. occupations. Them may is too late to be able to provide -' some sort of commotion along the way may be expressed Today's Education the NktlonalEducatlonJo'urnaUnitsOctot ;
at the JustIce -, .
Civil Disturbance intelligence-gathering
Group be a aritatlon on Thanksgiving the necessary solutions Thanksgiving Day. But once through an Invitation 1969
Department. Last year Lemberg counted 687 disorders to Day ((27th). to the latter to share hers ,Issue presents Inln-depthconslderaUonof theNe9
((25th,26th), It subsides, and have recovered your
you ero s wants, a fine article written
Justice's 276. and has tallied 340 for the first five months of this feast on the coming holiday by Laura K. Campbell assis- Jj
) your poise and usual tant principal of the stevenson
J year. The discrepancy can be 'explallled 'in several ways. ((24th). Elementary School of Detroit. We :
9-30-15-55 56:756'TAlRIS calm self, the pleasures will that vN
print article in Its .
Lembery measures chool.r.lated disturbances and in fact 2-30-14-88-34-518 entirety becuase of the philosophy
says that the majority of tt+disorders this year (and 45 per- be manifold'tad long remem 'expressed by the author. We have chosen a question from the -
cent last year) Involved student protests in secondary schools LEI bered ((27th). 140U9923114UIHHS writer's mind, "What Does The Negro Want;:"as its caption.
and colleges Justice' does not measure school disturbances For centuries Negroes have tried to 6e a part of the white,
unless they spill into the community. URN APRIL IOIII JILT establishment, countrymen of these.United States ineveryway.
Lemberg measures only racial incidents and offers a rather 20tl MAY 6-6D-18-44-I1-434 However, several factors have prohibited the Negro from con-
broad definition of a civil disordet: a disturbance Involving a ,23ri UC 22i .".' plete participation In the land which he helped to build The
crowd (more than four persons), which harms people pr o- Let's give thanks Perhapsit sill''in. white establishment asks; "What Does the Negro Want?" H .'
perty or defies civil authority. Because It is often difficult to wants neither to be denied opportunities nor to have things made
may be possible to call a' Set the tone. This is the week JCIIMI '
determine the cause of an outbreak; Lemberg has a category truce this week and to concentrate when. maythlnkof ourfere- 2MI FEI. ,IIU for him becuase he is a Negro '
of those which not meet their The Negro is trying to bring about change In the educational
"equivocal" disturbances may o- the task of providing bears and the tribulations tad till
IC T.24tl
criteria as a true disturbance. Of the 340 for this year 55 for our one truly native -. ordeals that were their lot. system by right leg the wrongs of 300 years. Inferior teaching
"" and token
are equivocal. : celebration. Membersof And yet, they saw fit to give Relish the thought. Idany At- their children education are no longer acceptable; In the Interest of
III. '
\the family, special friends thanks for the few blessings Ojuartans are only too happy to'' all educational are demanding active participation on
or close neighbors may b e that fell their way. Many of ,hold a celebtatlon. Consequently are not levels They want to be sure that Negro Chllren -

Census Countdown looking,forward. to sharing'the us today, who may be suffer tile occasion. The fey this week Is made to and lack shortchanged of boob and with poor teachers Inferior equipment -
that order for them. It would supplies; they want to be sure that
good things general- lug from a glut of everythingare that so aay are waiting for each child gets and opportunity to
ly the Taurean table. the loudest "furnish with good reasonsto succeed The black community -
grace voicing eon- with keen antlflpttltn is due you is trying to break off the
Be sure to let them know In plaints. these 'get In touch with your' shackles of slavery which have,
Perhaps to arrive this week. Where in
The of the United their' minds
Importance Census should not be under- prevented their members
plenty of time that they will thoughts should aid reestab-. there an happy homey tile favorite people and to cook up' their destiny. from determining
with all
estlmated.CensusDay.Aprlll,1970 questions correctly be expected. Meanwhile,there Ratting a proper perspectivethis sbouM b something for next Thursday educatl'onal
family pteeMM e
i answered and with the correct. Our. courses built
relating.of by each is .much to do In the way o f November (24th). shared with Ilea who ta act weuM be out ot the ordinary -. are around what the majority
Indlviual can to be of cry group has done. we cannot
prove day revelation. afford to
forget aDd must not
,laying IIIllCpUes.order1ngth.turkey. ) (Mm). Try not to P.loo .'
soeMWW.ty and ert.
According to Census Bureau statistics,about 38 per cent of Amerlca's ThanksgivingDay ignore, what minority groups particularly Negroes have done
all the ,
and meltable
obtaining oa
Suck thongMs dsuM be -
j, black families own or are buying their homes. However essentials in ample time(24th). for this could lead to make this. country great. The Negro has arrived at the
much of the blacks is courafed on tic 19*. , point where he realizes that be
housing occupied by substandard. i-40-l3-77-J2-7ll Learn words and retorts.. ,too,has a heritage thet. he, too.
Three of every ten dwellings occupied by families are dilapidated > ; nwcfc work e n4aUed : has played an important role In our history. '
a'' or lack hot water, toilets, tubs or Showers :5 5.50-17-55-98-111 rIE1INI in preprint. far awn an. All Negroes must be cognizant of the fact that what and how
:? The Census Bureau.reports that 46 per cent of the black people t .. elaborate tenet Mfeehnew.this children are taught ta very important Curriculum must be
in the South and 16 per cent of those in the Worth and West iriRKiMil l_ of lie Mw-lex MIlt .4-10-ltM-7l-323; : carefuUy planned. We don't want high school seniors recely-
Uve in such discouraging housing. can give In osiers whn log diplomas with only a seventh P9 education, We must
,' Farther says the Bureau, one fourth< of black housing In the : ", ill. art ......1IeartM. Don't be prepare them with a program that wm enable them to compete -
cities is overcrowded In rural too dMvrked by the does tot NSCCIIII 1n the
areas;two fifths.' : world-regardless of their or re-
The 10-year census serves as a clearing bouse. It Is a vital MII.MAt, 'Kllif Hfl SEPT: '22M cry ttrenten taring, the manlac EEL ''Bglau.i .color..orlpn,_

}I"' method of ascertaining more about America In terms of human TINE .21st nonrs. of Tkwrieegtvlnf. fz 'Those of 111 who have taught Negro children have Imparted
> beings and other areas of Amerlcanprogress regress These, (Z1 ). ,'m IAI. .JH.Ctvt to them the Importance of education, or worklncto their fullest
t figures once compiled and compared, will bring to light much : potential order Co achieve a place of worth and dty in American -
on the past ten years. The more knowledge accumulated the ttaaka.TaU la just society 'However
; Are ;we have not about the
4. then
The taught
? 1 boll- 1f/
you prepared thanks.'
Offer lie
Tae rittt moan to
more able will the Government beable to face the future. outlook lor' dropserom obstacles they would ncounterintrylngtocarticlBatelntbeir.
day that most of as enjoy most this last quarter is ; cares and to start thinking
4: .The accuracy then, with which each person questioned gives exceptionally democraUc' loclety..obstacles of bias' and prejuc11c.becauseof
also Is
i: to those who visit him, will, without a doubt,, lead to a clearcantanswer the one that demands promising. This bode*' uiimms to a More cheerful frame ,skin color. How guilty< did Negro teachers feel myth
much of our.time, cash and well : allrndohan teaching the ;
forthefestlviUeatowUeh of -;. After of
: of census figures. It is the duty of the housewife, the equal opportunity for all to Negro children themselves -
'I' apartment dweller,*the rich and the poor, to give the correct energies But la I.w'ot theblessings you have been invited,or which Mil llf. puny advantage ,left which< were experiencing Injustice and when because they o trace
Information. This Census will, more than all others serve as that are still ours'to you are plannlneto CODduct. any be the envy of those who' ? 1nequIt1ts
;; a guideline for future populations. V; .J';*" enjoy it may be a cheap der your own root Just nuke+ flICC.. list atitt are to follow la our!footsteps We have also taught'these children ,and
:. 'price,at that. Don't let I t or sure that all persons lavotved ,3m': .......' ''ftII. lie (MtaVUOw, '\ personalnhwanrea to try ,to Improve themselves;. We toanalyze however criticise falWtor
anything else for that matter have ,
are notified U time, and Met Is are -.n nulttnliod teach them bow
1t kind ef a week tat )lit to Improve their
*** ** .nvlromment in constructive'ways
"become the .
cause of a marital you have made a compute mess eo order fcxnuayefyo maalfoM.wnea; we cu'IIIare ,and rhea they
dispute ((23rd). You may have list of all the items needed M ** lien II kern.wita othersrhodo an our oat advice and attempt 10 correctlabus.1
iVIT'AUTV nif. a' society b1 the beat
: FOR VIETNAM'rniMiring to count visit only means they know w.
\ :: on tile of a dear 0-s not to be found wanting at cnante fcr eenrivU Bmew act noaeas either the means them over and point
..1,' OM from fer away who may the last minute (24th).. ..' geto(1Mr, yen are it- or tt. ataUty to create them. w. cad lOW try to educate theacCIII1ng white finger, 'We Negro
't!; for pence Catholic: Relief Services I is conduct- have unexpectedly. decided to. lag to be 11..OMvangMd K woodM a fine psture'toinclude as a lIullWl bellll witb equal debts people and to accept the white man
t.: ling a .IMuKi ftcrvic.<< !* "",Jrum in South .Vietnam. It huUvn come (24th)., rounding them wand. letting them la whatever' you real1&e that country and/or world built wbltelupr.macy to help wWI

I recruiting wicial workers, nurwx und: .community dmy tile necessary trrasfeBente hare la mind for'Tdunksglvisg CrQmbl Whites need to leara about the heritage and contr1-.
J' 'If'lt1.14.. -rs ffurl iirouml Uw world \\t, those IJrd Day (27ttX< \ I buttons of the
,', * > -770.19.33.68-h76': : 2-Z -U- 6-41-0I! s-ioa3-77.4e.u3 '$- -11-.t5-1" .work to rid and themselves.grow together of racism, : 'and- both races need to learn! to

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1' ")nirvey(f Busy Lunches Bosses Your Good HealthYour Presenting The Black Genius Pres. J.H. Jackson Of Nat'l '

Chicago (NFS) Today's

t' quay, big city executive playa child's chief business is the development of many com- Conv. Inc.
oil at a business lunch twice a Bapt. Addresses
week, invites three guests, may plicated skills. Recent studies show that there is a critical
include a woman among them period when a given skill can be learned fairly easily. ,

goes to. a private, in-city: club If, for any reason. It Is not learned during this period, It
with a linen tablecloth and will be learned later, only with great difficulty.
napkins, has one discreet cock A parallel can be drawn with the teaching of parakeets Unless 'S 51st Bible Society MeetCINCINNATI
tail and pays the tab of $J to you get a young brld and talk to it several times a day, St yMdl :
16 per person by signing the it will never learn to talk. ..

check. Working on a similar problem, two British doctors studied Council of the American first
51st Advisor
This Is the picture of the : Advisory The fifty ,
1969-style executive .lunch the development of chewing in Infants. They found most babies Bible! Society which convened at the Hotel Commodore In New Council was Indeed richer because -
drawn by a survey of top begin to chew at about six months. Prior to that, they automat- f York November -10-12, was well attended by Black National of the presence of the
executives in the 50 largest ically spit out any solid food that is placed in their mouths. Baptists.. National Baptists
U.S. cities. The survey was This early reflex keeps your baby from choking to death when Any reader who wishes to
All three Conventions with $35.00 annually to
he is still too to
conducted by the B, Brody young chew. the "Fire Year Africa
SeaUn,' Company Chicago At about six months a baby also starts to grasp objects that a combined membership of the translation of a Bible pro- support
Advance" project help translate -
manufacturer of contract fur are within reach When this happens, you should encoura'geyour nearly 10 million were well Lion Into an African language
niture for eslauir. *', clubs child to eat solid foods. represented by their top lead- There Is little doubt that if a portlonof scripture for
brother Africans send
our may
It was found that one three-year-old girl who would not chew ers. the "Black" Baptists follow
his to American
AFRICAN EXPLORERS or feed herself bad been given no'solid food until she,was two, One of the major addresseswas through on this new Bible Bible contribution 1865:
Society, Broadway,
choke.' delivered by Dr. JosephH. thrust, the "Black" Methodists
because: her mother was afraid she whould
: .. Jackson president of the and other black denonl- New York, N.Y. 10023.
of 12-18
Most children quickly learn to talk between the ages
BEAT COLUMBUS National Baptist Convention nations will not be far behind Africa has no greater need
his defect ; ,
months. When a child with a cleft palate has cor- .
today than the Word of God
rected early in his second year be radily learns to speak Inc., the largest of the three
TO TJIE but if the is too long speech C 0 irventl 0 ae He s""Ir. on the
) will normally always be,difficult operation postponed I subject, SvA'; ; ;i ." ;

NEW: WORLD For most adults, learning a foreign language is difficult and f His thesis strongly supported ; FAMILY PHOTO -.
.an "accent" Is readily detectable; but a child who Is brought national unity through the :
up to speak two languages at home has no trouble with the reading and preaching of the j STUDIO
I second language. Bible IUs presence sparked No Pep at Night No

f BLACK ACTORS The critical period for most of the skills learned in childhood the hope that his 6-mlUlon- Professional Photograhers Vim or Vigor Poor
member Convention will throw For All Occasions. Special Marital Relations No
has not been determined, but these rules should help
GOOD FATHERS you with your child: Its support behind the Ameri- Gilt Portrait $2.95.One 8 X Sex Desires Incompatibility. -

Don't push a child into pursuits for which he is not ready. can Bible Society.It Is strongly 10 of one, two or three .
1 'Greg Morris When he slaws( a spontaneous interest; don't hold him back. I believed that this great persons plus 4 wallet size Check your PROBLEMS,
; Glynn Turman- I.I .leader, once a leader in African photos.TOOTHACHE. let us show you the way
) Lou Rawls .I Mission efforts, will support Confidential No Obligation.

; John Copage. the "Africa Advance" .
'J FOR SALEUnder FURNISHED APT. project designed\ to accomplish -
i ONE BLACK 35 new translations with- GOOD SAMARITANP.O.
Furnished Hot
Apt.; and Cold in five

FATHER OUT OF Water;electlc furnished.. 384- A new book, Black Inventors of America,by MCKInley Burt, Jr., He will ably supported by suffM -rtllm Box 18-313,Woodbury
7354. > shatters the"conspiracy silence"that has surrounded the mat Dr. John W. Williams and Dr. pain In seconds isORAJEL. million da with W.J. 08096.REMEMBER.
EVERY 13 ter of black Inventions and has kept Americans,both blacka n d William Downs of the National Many dentists, ricommindmine. :: '
white, uninformed about the brilliant inventors who have made ORA-JEL until you fit
Baptist Coventlon of Americaas ,protn s ionil trtitmi X"7"*
WILL BE FOR RENT contributions to the of "
dynamic building America. Mr. Burt, above '
well as by Dr.E.R Searcy : Me ,
with the assistance of National Book ahs orajelDon't t- CLEOPATRA
Company, published President .
Room- of Progressive _.
A CRIPPLE working a book, supported by the United States Government Patents Baptists. ..The Ancient
woman---1 Block from bus showing that black inventors conceived and built a sizeable percentage African Beauty
BECAUSE. OF Floor Call Other members of Progressive -
New Federal Program line. heating half of the basic
perhaps even machines and equipmentthat Baptists who attended SAVE MONEY I
235-2,3 and 4 Bed- 3541374. made America's industrial ..
VIETNAM WAR possible might.' The book is '
Uvee Mdodana
room homes in Wash. His. published by National Book Company.1119 S.W; Park Avenue Arbouln were Mrs.and Dr. Harrison J.- TIME: XMAS-SHOP She ,bathed. .In really oil and an s.otleperum artifice. .*
area. Unheard of low down Potland, Oregon 97205. beauty.
payments and low, low,low LISTIH6 Of HOMES Trapp. Tod/y'l beautlei are naturalrbgotl.l
This unusual at wholesale/import with clear 'akin' axQulille -
complexion. and with
monthly !
: : National Baptist leaders prices. AFRICAN PRINT that lumlneKcnl: and fophittl-

CALL ORS VISIT ')FOE SALEThe ,Jax American Butler Cancer gives the Bible cause the boost cottons for Dashikis, Gild Many lOOk ol today' beaut.
BROTHERS long needed. Their contribution dresses; Earrings, Rings, 'h vi dltcoveredcreamy white
_. SALES OFFICE.VULCAN veterans Administration Unit MeetsThe will be invaluable In the Necklaces, Bangles, I n- BLEACH CREAM..the medlcaltd '
Legion Post Caftans etc. ; cream wlin that' ""
BLACK COWBOY has reconditionedhomes life of our nation. Cards fragrance.. "SKIN' SUCCESS"CREAM
Butler Branch of --Africa India Mideast. for fairer' clearer
Eugene 'Through the efforts of the ,
t' listed for sale near 'natural-leoklne I leveilneta. And
An original historyposterIn INC.. Both Veterans and Veterans the DuvalCounty Chapter of the former Executive Secretary, EARN EXTRA MONEY-- "SKIN lUCCtSS"! CREAM Con.taint .
Helps .
color and FREE! you. the lull official strength of
will sell to friends at home &
Cancer Society meet No-
I 'Non-Veterans 'can qualify. Dr L,V. Booth, who Is now a ammoniated mercury, the madebet
vember 28 at the Pilgrim Life part-time staff member of the at work. Catalog 75$. Ingredient often prescribed
Contact a local: Real Estate > Jax Post 197 of the American by doctor for effective akinC.
SEPIA 1003 KEN KNIGHT DR. Broker tot: more informa- Insurance Company office a t American Bible Society, theProl1'esslve DONALD P. MOWN .... It fadefreckles, remove., ,
Legion will meet Friday that tun-tanned look, aids IwIamovlnq ;
28th and Moncrief at 7:30p.m.
December issue on newsstands tion and arrange for visit night at 8 p.m., at the Legion All interested, aiding Churches are 109 W. 82 ''St., tmoothlno 'large blackheads porw.hNiri and
j 768-341 doing' a special project for
to set these properties.! Hall, 2179 Benedict. bring out your natural' beauty.
in the next
DISCRIMINAflOIKANYONE Foremost on the agenda are campaign are the Africa Advance. Nearly NYC 10024 'Insist/ on(the blue and gold pac.a,etfrh
NO welcome to Join the meeting
the gifts for Vietnam. Acceptable 100 churches. _have pledged to

CAN BUY.rrr : items are toothpaste,
soap combs shaving cream ,
and after-shaving lotion as l''

'lEI illCJT -= .. .ruUrrrrrFHA. well as playing cards. These ., : ,

/ /: : ,. ... VA should be bought 19 the hall
f -" : *: '"I*'
: Nii Afiilibli. Friday night

.. '' HOME SAlEsNYWHERE The,membership and mid- '
GRAND PARKAND LINCOLN I IIs winter conference will b e
ESTATES held at Cocoa Beach Decem-
ber 6 and 7. Those persons
-- hi As IN JACKSONVILLECALL who have not received their

1970 cards should get themIn
215.00 Dowi 60.00 Per Moitb time for the meeting at

Cocoa Beach.
Under The New Government "235" Program. This Program FrankReynes of Post No.
Is designed for those people to buy A Home that i JOHN E. SHELLEY 88 will be the distinguished

have not been able'0 afford one In the past. guest


HOUSE ,SALES, INC. ,771:5314; ... up jt

3131 Dill IDI. St. :At 20tb St. Expressway, OrCiliUs.At ,FAIR HOUSING Your /

: 354-6746; ; GENCYGetournumbei ,Social l'' f

8rrrrrrr.uuuua str.i .
-- ;

:Security pr.'l

: "Wat' do I need to prove my

age?' Is a question asked by '

many people applying each I ,
week for retirement paymentsat
:;-G ; the Carver Station Social "; ; : )

Security office, according to .-', j, "
R. H. Bourne, Jr., Branch ': .''II', !At'' 1< .
Manager :'. l r ;,
=i ll, ss a f'h'E' ,r y' I ,t .5:!' q s a Mgr s'h'cfe Bourne says that most births I ,11.IfI"! "'I'
; ys 'were not recorded in Florida :' .
/ iL
;r 1 ,'
until original \t.: ,
1917. Therefore \
..,' 6! ? \. "'. "
birth certificates are not I .: : ,
f. / '
available for people becoming < 1'i1 rl ;l.'i l.
,65 now Other records maybe I ,It' '.r.\" '11

4 ,used, however, to establish .. I ': ( :;

one's age for social security ,. I""MtM\f: : t; ..((0,
entitlement He gives as examples ,
I : ...1fi.: t'; ,
8S Insurance
w church records. ,
: ,
policies, military records ,. : ', ,,,.t' ..'1\,1!\ I It
\ :
and Bible records. .
Bourne advised people not to '" >1 ;.-.. ;fI' t 'I 1 :t' t.I ..

6k q / = put off filing a claim simply .I O "

because age proof is not onhand. fJ '

1 .. By getting the applioa- Or,
4Q1 11; 'tlon on file the individual will ,

not lose benefits, no matter p x .,,f '
&ji / i how long it takes to prove his ,_ /"

ages. ..Ii_
N/ The Carver Station Social
;, sl: f Security' office is located at '
a t Canal and 13th Streets. They :

w will be happy to discuss any r.f:

problems concerning social w. 'rvr y w
security with you. The tele
phone number is 791-2517.

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In Memoriam ,
av. L, 1 a'I"t.\l".
In loving memory of our beloved cal'
.. aIrlrfOff'leaves Son Pfc. Leroy Spencer io :t

Jr... who departed this life No- "

vember 19, 1968 in the Re .., "I" AI' .. ;., ,
public of-Vietnam. We loved t''' : 'it ""' It> ," 1
A' "',
you best. Your memory will J ': ;
> > S
; 'r.
breathless'. forever be with us. Sign:family ..' : ; : .,
you AugustusH. t' .
Mr. t Mrs 'r.
1 '
Cox Miss Yvonne Spencer. : TI'


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J ,PACE 4 mi I I NUEIBIEN 22. mi

I j Jehovah's Witnesses Hold Circuit Convention In Jacksonville from Nov.24-3d(Mil

1 Watchtower Society ServesAs Union Community If MwwyT First Bora PentecostalLists .

Sponsor For ConventionMore Choir Holds listAnniversary I A.wfll AssemblyThe I

than 2000 members of the congregations Jehovah's annual assembly of the Pentecostal Church of the FirstBorn

Witnesses in Jacksonville, and vicinity are expected to attend a will begin Monday, November 24.
3-day circuit convention in the Civic Auditorium. ,from November u I
.. Choir No.2 01 the UnionCo -
1 deliver the
28 to .v. 'I.. {5 will net will ordination
The meeting will!be sponsored Bruce E. Giffin, district supervisor munity A.M.E. Church, in a ( t Elder Heaths M. McG11I Leonard sermon, using as a subject"A
by the Watchtower Bible for Jehovah's Wit- special service Sunday at 3 p. i be host pastor. Elder Man With Not Anything To
and Tract Society of Brooklyn, nesses. He will deliver the mo., will celebrate its lIst I Brunner is bishop. Say." Elders and ordaineet
( on
i will preach
N.Y., world headquarters for main talk on Sunday at 3p.m., anniversary with an inspiring I Elder McGlll will fast from 12 midnight
1 Devotions
program, in the auditorium of the opening night.
the denomination "True Worship Versus The Saturday until after ordina
"The convention will serve False." The public is cordially the church. 1 will be led by Deacon Eddie tion.
will with the Tuesday night
as anadvanced training course invited to attend. all sessions The service open Thomas. On Sunday at 2 p.m. dinner will
I Mother
the choris. The Laura Plas
procession by Mother
for the delegates, and there 1 be served.
theme will be"Guild Me Hart will lead the de-
song Chess
will be several types of activities i J Brun- On Sunday at 3:30p.m.Mother -
0 Thou Great Jehovah Mrs. Elder Warley
to stimulate Bible Interest St. Paul Baptist votions. Oneza Hart and Brother
Ella Mae Stevens will give the : .il .net, pastor of St. Paul Pentecostal -
,' according to W. M. invocation. Rev. W.L. Jordanof Church of the First Willie McGlIl will lead the devotional -
Lamber, news director.The services Deacon
program will Include Plans Double Day the Epheslan Baptist Church rj Born, will preach. Eddie Thomas will discuss the
will read the Scripture.Mrs. j Elder Fannie M. Henry.pas-
talks, panel discussions and \ .... Pentecostal origin of the Pentecostal
Irma Kelly will present tor of the St. John
of to highlight Bible the The Annual Women's and the mistress of cemmonies, I ,......... Church of the First Born,will Church. Appointments will be
practicability applying
Men's Day celebration of SaidE Mrs. Blanche Pollen The deliver the sermon Wednes- read by the bishop.
solutions to
modern-day Paul Baptist Church will be Serving Choir will sing at this I v &1. Mother Mattie Griffin Scheduled outstanding Pentecost

problems.Other highlights will be a Sunday, November 23,starting point. will lead the devotlonals. On a 1 leaders expected to
six-months with the Sunday School at 9:30. Miss Gloria Jean Richardson ;. \ Thursday Sister Betty R. Ho- participate are: Elder A. Alexander -
baptism, a pro-
Mrs. Rosa L, Stephens of the will deliver the welcome address ward will give the welcome Elder Robinson,
report on the preaching ..
gress .
Church of God, 24th and Whit-
w1l1respond. Griffin
West Union Baptist Church Mother Griffin address. Mother Marie -
activity of Jehovah's Witnesses -
The of the of ner; Supreme New Berry and
will be the morning speaker. history will serve u mistress
in this vicinity,and a model
The Gospel Chorus of the choir will be given by Mrs ,ceremonies. Elder Neil Plat Superior Mother Bailey, St.
ministry school.
Thelma Richardson.Rev. Ann Prayer House, Orange
First Corinth Baptish Church wqi preach.
Guest speaker will be M r.
will sing.In Alonzo H. Blunt will Friday night will be Women's Street; Cider Ella Undsey;
the afternoon the Youth Introduce Rev John H.Perry Night Elder Mother Nannie Mother Johnson of Madison

Second Baptist Department will have charge of pastor of Mt. Herman Bap- Jackson, state mother, will be Street; Bishop and Mother
the service. ,beginning at 3p.m. tist, who will give the keynote In charge. Elder Brunner will Richard Givens, New Born
The church is located at address. be mistress of ceremonies. Church of God in Christ, 702
Plans SpecialThanksgiving 3738 Winton Drive, near the Mrs. Minnie Hawkins and R H. KOI Elder Georgia Bell Jones will Lafayette Street.'
Ribault High School All are James R. Wilder will be in deliver the sermon. Elder And: Mother Mattie Simmons
Invited. Rev. E.E. Taylor is charge of the offering. Mrs. Bethune-Cookman College, Daytona Beach was recently the scene of the touching and Impressive Reatha M. McGUl will pre- First Born Temple, Monroe
pastor. 'Curtiss Williams,president dedication of the beautiful Julia E. Robinson Memorial Music Building The dedication side Street; Elder and Mother

Second Baptist Missionary the union, will speak. Mrs. was part of the school's sixty-fifth anniversary. Judge Hopson Reynolds, Grand Platform preaching will be Stokes; Mother McKenney;
Baptist Church,954 Kings Rd., Delores Fort will make pre- Exalted Ruler of the Elks of the World, was the speaker A bronze plaque and a portrait featured Saturday night.Elder Sister Thomas; Elder, and
will honor Thanksgiving Day Local NewsLily sentations. Rev. N. McCray, of Mr. and Mrs. Robinson were unveiled. The music classroom building is valued at more Viola Cooper will be mistressof Davies; Pastor Sister Gladys
with the annual comminity pastor, will make closing remarks than a half-miillon dollars and houses the entire department of music. The building is named ceremonies. Walker, Church of God of
ner at noon. Guest from various White Lodge No. 174 Is and give the benediction for the late Julia Robinson, late wife of Peter H. Robinson of Jacksonville, who gave the Elder Fannie M. Henry will .Prophecy, Twentieth Street;
convalescent homes, underprivileged its many Initial $50,000. Born In Pensacola, Robinson studied for a yearat Tuskegee Institute and then be In charge Sunday morning Missionary Rosa LeeSermon;
children and enjoy the spiritual to Sunday Choir No. 1 of West Friendship worked for two years as a carpenter In Memphis befoee taking the Civil Service Examination In the Sunday School. Missionary Edith Washington,
others will be present. A November 23, at 1509 Kings Baptist will serve. The for mall clerk For more than S3 years he vprkedu a mail clerk on the Seaboard Air Lines The Sunday morning service Churches of God In Christ,
program will be presented. Road, from 4 to 6 p.m. BIsh- Junior Usher of Union Com- Railroad between Jacksonville and Pensacola. He loan outstanding layman at Ebenezer Methodist begins at 11 a.m. Devotions Palatak; Elder and Mother
Mrs. Annie L. Huff and the op E. Dunn will be the speaker munity will be participants. Church Mrs Robinson, though not an alumna of the school, knew of the college's work will be in charge of Deacon Graham, House of Prayer,
Missionary Workers plan Mrs. Angelena B, Hogans is Choirs of the Citywide Choirs through her membership la the, United Negro Fund in Jackson Mrs Robinson visited the Eddie. Thomas. Bishop Brun- House of Prayer, NorthStreet
bring cheer to those who president. Mrs. Thelma Epps Union are asked to be present -' school and often supported its efforts --Bethune-Cookman Photo Mother Mattie Griffin .and

come. is secretary. The public Is Invited ... Mother Allen.
At 11 a.m. Rev. James Carl The church is located at

Sams, pastor, will conduct Tabernacle- YouthThe Presides Sunday .. ..........I .............. Ellis and Stuart Streets. Sister
Thanksglvlnj rites. Special Young people'; of Tabernacle Thelma Jordan is general
prayers and person express- the Sunday School. Visitorsare l secretary All are ,Invited.
Church will
observe -
ions will be supported by musical Baptist their founding Sunday, welcome. Mrs, Helen M. .......... .........
selections by the choir. Lawrence is supervisor.
November 23, beginning with Mt. CalvaryHas

...... ................ ............................sB' "SWEETFELb BAPTIST worship hours Sunday. He will speak at 11 a.m. and at 7 p.m.
Sunday School begins at 9:30 a.m. with. Deacon R. Activities for Sunday begin with the Sunday School at 930. The Big Day
superintendent, in charge. The lesson will be reviewed by: the pastor will review the lesson.Consecration rites for the deacons
pastor Rev.J.A.Oliver.The morning lervice begins at 11 a.m., deaconesses, ushers and for the choir will be held at 10:45. The
with Deacon .T.W. Anderson and Deacon Mose Brooks In charge Training Union will begin at 5:45. The weekly Prayer of Faith I Of Rededication
of devotions. The choir procession with Choir No. 1 and Choir '
Hour is Tuesday at 7 p.m. The Sunday School Officers and
No. 2 will follow The message will be delivered by Rev.Oliver Teachers Council will be Friday at TpJTUThe pastor: will con-
\ t, ,Ith The evening service will begin at 5.30 with Deacon Elijah Holmes duct the hour. All are welcome. Mrs.r Alberta Williams, reporter Mt.Calvary Missionary Baptist -
and Deacon Joseph Dennard in charge of devotions.Choir No. 1 Church,'Spruce and Dora
MARKERS The church Is located atJ5i\CInp.\ Road,::1 ZA.: :
SUPER and Choir No. 2 will lead the precession.Rev. Oliver will speak. Streets, will be the sceneSun-
Weekly activities are: Prayer meeting Tuesday, 7:30: p.m; HOLY TABERNACLE day of its great Missionary

Bible Study, Wednesday 7 p.m.; Choir No. 2 in rehearsal; Mrs. Ethel Edwards and guests will appear in concert Sunday Homecoming and Rededication
I STORE LOCATIONS QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED Thursday, a p.m., Choir No. 1 in rehearsal; Saturday, 6 p.m.. night Bible study takes place Tuesday night. The confession Day.
EDGEWOOD AND AVENUE B 814 DAVIS 1944 ATLANTICBLVD. Young Adult Choir in rehearsal; Saturday' 5\ p.m., Choir No. 4 service is Friday night at ( p.m; Sunday morning services begin Rev. W.M. Hill, pastor, will
r KINGS PD. AND MYRTLE AVE. 308 BROAD 21st and MONCRI8 RD in rehearsal., at 11:30. The Bible School begins at 11 am. On November deliver a special sermon at
; EMERSON & SPRING PARK RDS. 9th AYE ot 3rd ST., JAX BREACH 23 the Missionary Society will have a program at 8 p.m. The the 11 a.m. service.
THC FOLLOWING STORES OPEN SUNDAY MT. MORIAH BAPTIST church is located at 1676 West Ninth Bishop R.L. Jones is Mrs. M.L. Johnson, district
Sunday School begins at 9:30 Superintendent Ernest Steven president of the Women's Department -
BEACH pastor. Mrs. B, Goldsmith reporter.
i in charge. The morning worship begins at 11 a.m., with the dea- of the East Florida
...,..............MtMf W..............MM....i cons in charge of devotions. Choir No.2 and Usher Board No. 1 EMANUEL BAPTISTOn and Bethany Baptist Association -

Grill A hick Prozei U,s. Sid will serve during the day. Rev. HL Herod pastor, will deliverthe Tuesday the teachers meet and the prayer meeting is held will give thededicatorlal
sermon, or will name an appointee.The night service beginsat at the usual hour, with the pastor and officers charge. On prayer Mrs.Catherine Sampson
C 6 p.m. The Gospel Echoes will give ad after-service programat Wednesday Choir No. 3 will rehearse at 7 On will sing Mrs. Barbra
YiiifTurkeys i Chuck Roast 7:30 for District No. 4, Deacon H.Maddox is leader. Rev. H. noon a prayer service will be held at the The Thursday male Baldwin will make the special.
I L. Herod Is pastor. The church is.located at 1953 West Ninth. chorus 'meets Saturday at 7:30 at the church. Sunday School observation.

r begins at 9:30: with Mrs. Mamie Fields and Deacon George All mission departments are
14 lis. h. Bp i NEW REDEEM BAPTIST Smith in charge.The lesson will be reviewed by an appointee. expected to be present,as well
it District S will have fashion tea at the church at 3:30
No. a p.m.
II.39c ; 49c Consecration takes place at 1050. The morningworshipbegins as Circles and their chairman.
Sunday School begins at 9:30: am.with the superintendent in at 11 a.m. with the deacons in charge. BTU begins at 5 p.m. At 2:30: p.m. the youth program '
.Ji and with the lesson reviewed by the pastor'sappointee.
charge being
with Deacon James Phillips in charge. The will be presented with
t.............................;............... ,a, The morning worship begins! at 11 a.m.wlth the dea- begins at 6.30. Choir No 1, the Junior Choir evening, Usher worship Board the district superintendent!
Crisci WlSSfll N Fit cons in charge of devotions Choir Usher Board N). 1 No. I will serve Miss Loretta Collins and C.B. Fisher will be presiding Miss Frances E.
: ] will serve. District No. 1 will meet at the church at 3 p.m. In charge of music.'The church is located 2221 Forest. Rev Lavary of Zion Hope Baptist
District No. 7 will meet in the home of Deacon Eddie Richardsonat S.L. Badger is pastor. will be the keynote speaker.
4 p.m. on East 26th Street. District No. 6 will meet at the Other young people will speak.
Shortening! Oil IDetergent.i church at 4:30 pm.m.The evenlDeworshlp begins at 8 p.m. Both MT. SALEM BAPTIST Miss Dorothy Jean Butler,

sermons will be delivered by an appointee throughout the day. Rev. W.O. Rogers, pastor, will be honored with an appreciation district president, member
Choir No. 3 will have a musical tea November 30 at 3:30 at
program Sunday at 3:30 in the main Mt. Calvarywfllappear the'program.
: auditorium Mrs. De- on
3 Cali' i Oz. Bottle i Gilit Boi 'i the church. Prayer meeting Is each Tuesday night at 730. Bible lores Bright and Ella Mae Neal are the program chairmen. A Marvin Collins and
C20 follows at 8 Jessie Ward is The
i study p.m. Mrs. reporter. unique program has been planned. AU other weekly services Us choir will participate. A
church is located at 1614 East 30th.. ,prevail as usual. speW reading will be givenby

U 750 : 450 :I 650 I TABERNACLE BAPTIST INSTITUTIONAL Miss Miss Alveda Deborah Wright Williams.and Keith
The young people will be in charge Sunday, beginning with the Peace Baptist Stewardess Board Johnson will appear.
I Anna Pearl Wade member of the church
.................1111' ...:.......................1 Sunday will be School.the guest Mrs.speaker. At 3 p.m.,the youth choir will observe In CelebrationCentral Missionary churches workers are urged of various to-

1 'Rid Oiliciiis "Mil frl ZlI' the anniversary of Mrs. Melody P. Felow, speaker. At 0 Hosts Deacons, worship at Mt. Calvary during
p.m. the youth choirs will give. a musical.extravaganza Mrs. C. M, E. Church's the day.
PlI,111 '1.' H.M. Lawrence, supervisor, and the president, Miss Joann A.Mlllsters Stewardess Board No. 3 will Mrs Gussie Paige Gray is
Pool, will .be In charge The teachers' meeting is at 6.45 celebrate its anniversary Sun chairman. Cochalrmen are.
Apples. 1 Pie Wednesday. Prayer meeting is at .730. All. youth chohj will The Ministers and Deacons day, November 16, at 3.30,In Mrs Mary Fullmor, Mrs.
: rehearse Wednesday at 530. Union, Rev. R.L. Smith and. the church auditorium A D Essie Brown, Mrs., W.

will Mrs.hold Amanda its Larkpresldents session at the, Interesting program has been' Frances and Mrs.. Carolyn.
4 Ib. Burner.
i 39cl 200Z.PH. 330 The Deacon Board will meet Saturday, November 22, at 6 Peace Missionary Baptist
Hi p.m., in the main auditorium. Choir No. 3 will present a pre- Church from Thursday night,
Thanksgiving coffee in the home of Mrs. Bernice Camp. November 27; through Sunday .
.I......................1I11....................... 1 I toll on East 31st Saturday sip beginning at 8 p.m. Among leading November 29. ..PIY'.Tltl LICIT ANDS' II tEl t.-

Mint Strain* talent to appear will be Mrs. Emma Melton, Mrs. Mends Lee The Union is an auxiliary of '
Polite, Miss Lena Melton, Mrs. Johnnie X Simpson, Mrs. the Union St. James Assocla-. KUS IT iii :yu
Bernice Campbell, Mrs. Sarah Strickland, Mrs. Bessie Mer- ,lion '.
Cranberry Sauce T9offnmmfmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmummmmmmmmmmmmmummmmmmmmmt 1 chant and others. Services Sunday wilt begin with the Sunday The church is locate at Van WHEN YOU .-' .
303 Ca. School at. 9:30 a.m., with Tyrone Merchant and his staff of Buren and Jessie. Rev. D.B. ,
teachers in charge. The general review will ty given by the ,Barnes pastor.; : ARE
I pastor or his appointee. Consecration service begins at 10:45 Regular services will to held ILL
Del Mull ciipiill TiiitiI with Pastor Burgess In charge. The devotional service will at the church. Sunday School, ,
: I' begin at 11 a.m., Music will be furnished by Choir No. 1 and, ,begins at 9.30,with Mrs.D.B. You Seek The Best Doctor i
Choir, No.;'2, as well as by Choir No. 4,'with Wallace Mima Barnes, 'superintendent and When Your Doctor PrescribesToFiUPrescriptlonsAccord .
Peaches I Soup { and Deacon James Bryant at the Instruments Usher BoardNo. teachers, in charge The consecration Get Experienced Pharmacists ,.
3 will serve. All members will accompany the pastor to service begins at r w
fellowship hour at 2:45 p.m.'The B.Y.P.U. hour begins. 11 a.m.. and is held in the base. fag To Your Doctor's Orders. ;r"Mj 'r
"* Cans 250Pillsbiry at. 5:30 p.m.. with Mrs M.L. Polite,"directress, In charge, J ment. The pastor will be In .We Use Only The Best Quality: C.E..BUckI .
I 2 Cans 25C I;.. and with Miss MltUe Gantt at the instrument evening charge .The morning devotion- Drup. Propr i I
i i ,, worship consecration begins at 6.30;'Both major sermons of ala will be led by to deacons.

....................H........................UI I the All day will be delivered by the pastor Rev. Wilbur Burgess place The choir at 11:45 processional following takes' Registered Pharmacists To Serve Toed
members are asked to contribute for the Thanksgiving ,
: baskets. They will ,be distributed ; to the sick and needy :prayer) for '. the sick JoI:a. -77-- COMPLETE LINE OF_
i. : i Sweet families Weekly activities follow Monday 7 p.m., Christian Dorotba Green win be at me I Iinsttumelt Cosmetics-Robber Goods-Candles
Aid Society;: Tuesday night, 7rl5 p.nx, pnjt meeting and, Rev. Barnes win 'x Sundries
:; Flour .. ,:: b' : -' I Bible study, with pastor and deacons la charge; Wednesday .bring, the. morning message. PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR"AND .
through Sunday,:attendance of minister,:deacons union and, The evening service begins 4 .. 1) .UVlRf-P: .
,. Potatoes s s2KtMS27oj members, at the Sunday School and B,t.P.U. convention and at 5:30: with the pastor speak : .
5 It 111 the Women's Auxiliary, Rev. B.IL, Hartley, moderator, at log Mrs. Doris Gray,supervisor 'Un'S
.. Macedonia Baptist. The church is located it 3333 Franklin.. : of the D.B.;Barnes choir, Drat Store
; : .);,11 Mrs. Bessie Merchant is secretary-reporter.,' ..18'ukiDC all numbers to accompany -
!J t( i9' U i I her to the Tabernacle
C I' SECOND MISSIONARY BAPTIST'' :Baptist Church for service. 1W Bangs R..Jr
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22. t tsss! STAR PAPERS m 5I

I (* Bishops Back Establishment, Of National Office For Black Membershio I

Prelates Consider MovementAs Sounds Of Struggle Black Churchmen Demand. High

I Indicative Of f Progress .. Posts In Hat'l Church Council I

Pt ;
thebesttaRoman Catholic Church of the United States has approved t BERKELEY, Calif.: The militant tteir Intentions are still se
of a : : "' National Committee o f In
self-operating National Office for Black } .. ,, cret. the event that Nation
Black Churchmen ended its at Council of Churches members -
This action is operand It was brough out "r J
new in accord enthusiastic convention hereon decide to avoid confrontition -
with the broad plans of the that many white Catholics have November 19, but notwlth- the blacks will conclude
Catholic church and with demands exercise leadership out putting in writing a plan that it is"incapable of becoming
of clergymen that more for obliging the virtually all- relevant to blacks."
relevance be given to.the work on race questions white National Council of the Berkeley conference went
American Catholicism's only
of the black segments or various Churches to appoint a black on record in its search for
The Most Rev
denominations. secretary general to Its ranks economic
Harold Perry auxiliary bishop political,social and
Black Roman Catholics will This announcement came at cultural betterment by setting
Orleans stated that
name the 21 directors who will 1 lof the end of the three-day strategy 113 a coalition of the Interre-
this adfslreonthe
head the massive gene,. part move of those in charge to meeting at Claremont 1 Iglous Foundation for Community -
These directors will play Hotel. Organization,the Black
allow t
minority o
pivotal roles In the'advocacy groups r. f. r tM The National Council o f Economic Conference and the
stress "divisional roles.,
of concerns of the black population Representatives of the Black -y Churches' general assemblywill Southern Christian Leadership
of the church. be in Detroit early in Conference.
Catholic and of
In April of 1968 the National association Clergy of black nuns national \. December.. the S.C.L.C. was not repre-:
Conference of Catholic Bish- The committee noted, within rented: at the meeting but will
chose However
will the directors.
ops was presented with an. eight-page statement that work
the it Is assumed that the closely with the other
idea which was developed by All secretary generals are at mops
priests, brothers and nuns to
the Black Catholic the moment Such realities
white. -
Clergy be chosen will be picked by tie Interrellgious Foundation ,
Caucus, headed by Rev. Don- Negroes are "untenable," concludes will operate in the area
ald M. Clark of Chicago. The Bishop Peter Gerety Port- the committee report. orf funding, training and evaluation
bishops approved of the plan. land, Maine, head of the national Beyond that,continues the report and in the Implement-
On November 11, past they conference committee, t pu4 there must be blacks at log of the objectives of the
gave complete approval to the announced that Immediate action all other Important levels. Black Manifesto Efforts will
Plan. would be taken on funding Those blacks, say the black b.. made to "mobilize black
Division between the races In the effort Funds will come churchmen, must come from clurchroen" everywhere for
the Catholic church led to the from the church.Congressman t the ranks of blacks who have pressure on the white Power
presentation of this new modus struggled in the ranks of the structure, both in churches
black people not from the and in the secular communi-
ranks of the white churches. tLti of America.
I Hawkins SaysIn A plain statement by the SCLC will work in the South
J' churches advises "The day east

Pr has passed when we can be
considering today's fre- S
'Taylor Indictment
spiritual needs. The mere played one against the other.
quent call for black capita- fact that we are willing to \. ,<\< .. The N.C.B.C., therefore, 1 n
..... --
lism, it seems Imperative to -- -
support them financially Is concert with black church Brings Removal
me that we also seriously ana- significant, especially since MOTOWN VISITORS-- listen attentively to Motown hostess in Chlcago'lnternational Amphitheater The Motown exhibit men everywhere, will deter
lyze the business development even our poor black citizens Jeanna Jackson explain a segment of Motown's cultural exhibition featured the recorded speeches of Dr. Martin Luther King, mine whom ye shall appoint.! iFrom Council
potential of the black chr rch. collectively account for a entitled "Sounds of Struggle," at Operation Bread Jr., and other cultural aspects of the music IndustryMo- Actual plans for carrying outPallbearers City
This Is probably: our largest basket's first Black .Business and Cultural Exposition held town Photo.
large percentage of the capital CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1
single unit of business activity.
secured by black churches.
Innumerable demonstra- If our churches can begin to Taylor said he took the money
tions of business success are collectively utilize more of the Bishop Collin Official Says Lot Celebrant.Bishop Mail Gifts Pallbearers with the intention of contacting
evident, although a cooperative The Society No. Austin's office to report -
for business
business pursuit leaves ments, building construction develop Deeds Set In Plastic 18, Mrs. Ella Rush president, a bribe. He was arrested
much to be will hold its meeting Monday
desired AppointmentsSunday before/ doing that. Taylor also
Black Americans, beginning companies retail enterprises, i Chicago (NFS) Mailing night In the Mount Olive Primitive contended! that a single councilman -
with emphasis on Judeo wealth manufacturing will etc, then, Burial Rules 'early ii i must for Christmas Baptist Church, in the cannot settle rezoning
jump leaps and gifts going to Vietnam, and so basement. All members are
Christianity during slavery, a Ucations.
bounds. Furthermore, a CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 lis the right kind of packaging urged to be present. The
Initiated the building of a The!: Council moved with more
meaningful and effective self- them there
church network that today relates help effort will expedite our. The ninety-fourth annual session (1 to get For. food treats safely that are'especially church is located at Fourth than usual activity and alacrity
rather intensely to at struggle for Independence ans of the East Florida Annual To date, the suit has not been vulnerable to the effects and Myrtle and, according to Lahahan,
least eight million black peo- self-pride. What better and Conference of the African heard. of rough handling, delays, Mcnday, would proceed Into.
ple. If one translates this more respected resourcedo Methodist' Episcopal Church spokesman for the ceme;; ,and bad weather, the best First Born Temple action without court action
into dollar power as relatedto we have than the black church? is In session at the Mt. Zion tery said the cemetery has answer may be Freezettes, the Don West is a FDIE, Florida
contributions and potential A primary reason for establishing A.M.E. Church, Beaver and clauses in lot deeds which restrict t plastic food containers designed First Born Temple,825 West Department of Law Enforcement
consumer markets; It is difficult a business develop- Newnan Streets, through Sun privileges of certain t for freezer or refrig- Monroe, will celebrate Youth agent.Councilman.
to day, November 23. types. He said that Elmwood 'erator storage Grissett
accurately measure ment program as part of the "With humidity the constant Day Sunday. Elder A. Hill is saidthat
the extent which our churches South Central : Improvement cannot be legally forced to problem that it is in the pastor. Elder Levi Smith i it administrative charges
can contribute to the buildIng Action Council (IMPAC) is deviate from rules as shown'on Vietnam jungle, many service president. Sunday School begins art not usually posed against
a of black capitalism The to guarantee the availability lot deeds Everlena i Dunn,founder ,men have discovered a furtheruse at 10 a.m., with Minister om official while his trial Is
scattered successful demonstrations of technical. resources re.". Rev. Eugene Farrell, white and leader of the Dunn's., for i these airtight con. McQueen as .superintendent.. pasting. Lanahan, in a rebuttal -
In housing developments qulred< I to locally assist, I priest, who spoke at an hour- Temple Prayer Band, will ce,! gainers," reported Mrs. Pauline At 11 a.m. Elder Hill will said/that he had received -
,. credit unions, buyers churches boslwsses ao h ,long prayer, service at thegates' ilebrate the nineteenth yeas: Church, home service advisor preach. The YPCW meetsat .( assurance that the
leagues etc., are reflective hieve the aforementioned of the cemetery recently, of the organization Wednesday -" for the Republic Molding Cor'poration 4:30: with Sister Margrett Council could act. Then,,Q e
of this potential goals. I am Impressed that said "I will ask every black night, November 26, at Chicago Smith, president, in aharge. forthrightly removed the accused -
Certainly if white dominated the ministers and local entrepreneurs -. soldier to refuse to go into 8 p.m., in the Mt. Ararat 'and"They llse..them Important to store, The evening worship begins at official from office.
religious church families can In South Central combat, refusing to risk his Baptist Chruch annex A program pictures carry from home anything papers 8 P.m. A report from the Nine earlier probes in Jacksonville
control business empires,* Los Angeles are availing life for his country; until the has been arranged. A- :of value that must be kept General Assembly will be given. have resulted in indict
black church groups can achieve themself IMPAC's services. President can promise that mong those scheduled to appear dry," she explained. mente
likewise. For Instance Mr. Louis Wilson, director of any American can be burled are: The Harrell Singers, -
why can't there exist a com- IMPAC's Business Develop- BISHOP'GEORGE N. COLLINS in the cemetery he chooses" The Bostonettes, The Carmel
mon supplier of paper materials ment Program, can be reached Father Farrell is pastor of Singers Mr. Freeman of Atlantic PICN' SAVE DAILY 1 DISCOUNT I I DRU.GS 1
and the many other products at the offices located at The Pastor, The Rev.CharlesE. the Our Lady of Fatima Cath- Beach The Voices. of
consumed by black 8557 South Broadway; telephone Toston, announces that olic Church here.Father Farrell Jerusalem Mrs. Margaret Available
churches? We must find the : 751-1155. more than 500 Ministers and and five other churchmen, Dennis Mrs. Elizabeth Dawson QUANTITY
answer and seek to build the delegates are in attendance. mostly black, led the group Mrs. Adella Jackson, SPECIALS THRU. WED. 'NOY. 26 jsom.
necessary organization and Bishop G.N. Collins called all to the cemetery from a near- Mrs. June Shatter, Deacon RESERVED
attitude repuiredto maxlmaze laymen of the seven conferences by church. They read the BIble Walter Hunter, Rev. Georgia -.. .. .. -...
utilization of this untapped Victory TabernacleHas of the State to meet and sang Bell Jones, Mrs. Sally Leg- .
resource. In a special session-r I- Father Farrell said, "Until gett, Rev. Ida Mae Bacon, '
The black church' controls First Annual day;-November 21, at S I. discrimination has been abo- Mrs. Ray F.Heart,Mrs Low- 100 ASPIRINS NS 25c
tremendous sources of wealth, Stephens A.M.E. Church at lished in all cemeteries, Bill rain Smith Mrs Essie Smith,
technical facility and potential the corner of fifth and DavisSt. Terry's death was in vain" Mrs. Arleatha Tucker Mrs.

consumer power. However, Women's Day Bishop O.L.Sherman of Louise Hills, Mrs. Willie Nell
there must emerge coordinated Texas presided at this spec- Florida Population Lewis, Mrs. Gertrude Brown, JOHNSON' lARGE SIZE
utilization of thes resources so ial session. Thursday even- Mrs. Prealene Smith, Mrs. JOHNSON
'as to build greater local and The Women Victory Taber- ing at 7:30 pm the Missionary Grows 2,000 WeeklyThe Horace Lee Brannon, ElderJ
national capital resources, nacle will celebrate their first Society of the Conference Kennedy will be speaker. BABY OIL ULTRA BRITE
Collectively the black churcb annual Women's Day Sunday, presented the "Night In Florida State Chamber of Other participants will be
commands unbelievable capi- November 23. White" Program with Mrs. Commerce has Mrs. Amanda Blue,Mrs.Edna
tal and borrowing power. HIs- The celebration will open w1th O.B. Collins, supervisor, In during the 12 months reported ending that, Rlggins, Mrs. Gussle Hanv LARGE 10 OZ. SIZE M'
torically black people and our the Sunday School at 9:30The: charge with July 1, the population n- mons and the Dunn's Temple' 890 REGULAR 47C
churches have religiously pursued morning worship will begin at Ftlday, the literary reports creased by an average of 2, Choir. The public is invited.
a style or Independencewhich 11 a.m. with Missionary Pauline will be and at 7:30: pm. The 769 residents a"week. .
worked against cooper- Bright as speaker. The choir of Edwar4 Waters Col- According to compared sta- THE CAN
ative business developments.We youth will be In charge of the lege will be In charge with Dr. tistics the KEEPAMERICA
have lacked trust in eachother's services at 3 prn. Missionary WB. Stewart, president, in cludes that organization Florida' is con the 'SAVE{ WOODEN SPRING TYPE f hd 'Yj\, 36 (FOIL WRAPPED
abilities and too frequently Sharon Jones will speak charge. fastest growing state in Ame- ...P ; "
envy the gains of our At 7:30 p.m.Missionary Nell rica. CLOTHESPINS q 7ALKA SELTZER
black brothers. Success In ie Stalling will speak. '., '
business is a new experiencefor Victory Tabernacle is locatedon .
black Americans, and as East 14th at Phoenix Rev, The Sweepstakes Winner SO FOR 29* f 66*

yet they tend to selfishly cherish Elsie Allen Is pastor..' Mrs.L. .
it and self-confidence in Eberhardt Is in charge of ;
many Instances is lacking The program, AU are invited.

capital successful power building requires of confidence baack:- THOMAS A .i 11 ;;i SUDDEN BEAUTY

and collective effort. To be eligible for VA educatlonal HAIR SPlAYCHRISTM
.. We must assist each other financially assistance, vet- 7 LITE '
and technically as erans must have bad at IKULAI ..smiHOLI
needed. We must also utilize least 181 days continuous .s INSCENJE
external resources. service, part of it after Jan .
I have always been Impressedby 31, 1955, while a serviceman Di LIGHTS 88t ,,q. 12.5 Or. SIZE 44CGillETTE
the vastness of our black must have completedat -
churches and our confidencein least two .consecutive
their ability to meet our years of active duty





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Hi**. Annabel!* Halslip, a. Me*,Yorker,' was the happy winner of the grand prize of $1,000 DISINfECTANT'' OH Ol. tai
Dixie Pharmacy offered by the Lander Company''to the victor in its unique Dixie Peach Contest. Here Miss ,GIANT SIZE
Halslip received her:prize from Mr. Al Burack.. The most unusual and highly regarded '
aspect of the contest was (the .company's steps toward Involving black consumers over the 97 C 49* 3 FOR 29*
country. Particular emphasis ,was given by announcements madeover black radio stations.
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gnaw that the |iiH| ". 6. Don I I Muff large, bulky
What Holidays Are Golden Roast Birds In Foil Tents
2, him i>n a full Him olioldwattr waste! Into the disposer opining:
KliTt. you start the unit Wastes I \\ulorllll'lon rinds and All MfIr
things Chang It seems- a
To Put Into amid :allow water to run for 30ucuoutds thru skim should be cut Into Including the traditional tur a .
.. siiialkr Shut daddy ,
alter (Itue unit luau stopprdgrinding. pint drop
A ) This in l to ,in.lU sun' dial through the 0Kning| key.Turkey breeders now are ,
Disposer all toost pirtiilu.. have bunllusliiilaua 7, fruit I pits and bones tan! bv providing birds that are light k
)'. ground up and liiuiflid by the er In weight, yet possess much VIt
lhK.u.0 (NI St). \\holl can .\. put lye l or ilispomr Make 11II1'howl'ver, more white meat.
and w!hat lannolK puliKnui thehome cleaned Into the JB>. that the. bones are neither too New cooking times are called .
gurhtga Ji-pOMr1 wide for the' for with these turkeys, and
( |l"'Io\'r. l Difoxri art ma'If m sanhug: long nor too dipth
rle answer lhiHiiiistitiii| and looiillim and chemical craned( un In. tin unit. the latest, word on roasting
comes In a book devoted to
how 'lo optMU, the tli*' 8. Most quality disposer will
jurkmc.! .aluminum foil cookery.
|I..f. properly| I IriHslJ 1 IruuKvice -I I.)011'1\ I put J10I"lr natal grind up fibrous nuurials! luch''al: Roasting times can be cut t

rliI"III.. iiixluiiurnrvlu'. into UK dtsponr! They tanuur corn husks, pea pods and lettuCe 15 I minutes according to Information .
Tor I In Sink I uur 1.UIIII'.I'lIIrinl down (lit nittlianlsni. I lltavnr! leaves. Let the cold! water run for in Margaret Mitchell
'. It I in. maker ofilivposrs A
(ompaiiN Racine than w stem glow !parlk It'K can also two minutes afttrwardj for 's Mealtime Maglo Cookbook n
l'r'rolr.llhl'lo\ \bade di!posit In Hit plumbing\ and thorough flushing of fibrous ma; the first foil cookbook.The .
ups: iKMtlull llOjl|! tilt tints It rial. book recommends thata
I I. liu.' mid nllur than hotwaer 5. II' mule. to put papa napkins 9. When Introducing a large foil mt" be used to keep
whin thing| (the nijtliiiiiolJ and tltartllt butt (with amount of waste feed it In a the turkey moist while allowing
(' walv.rioinpri.sxij.n.J'it intoglohulei I litter tips removed) down theJispoMt steady flow Newer unill reverse for even browning sheet
The tent Is made from a
limit UMly lluslud
art Ik.long ut they're mixedIn their direction automatically to of heavy-duty' *
-strength sty'
down lima drain! Hot 1 \\alil inatm J" DAY SALAD
with food Othtr avoid from overload. THANKSGIVING
straps| types jamming an foil about two or three Inches
a slimy mule si.UK'* out of the of,p,ill, 'r licmlln. 'tin' nxd longer than the bird. (Makes 6 to 8 servings)
1 Crease the foil lengthwise d
i down the center and place 2 cups water 1 cup ( onberry) .
no-Can Sugar 5 [IBS. 494' Detergent over the breast of the turkey, 2 package (3 ounces each) .
pressing firmly. over breast raspberry flavored gelatin / cup chopped ipple
and legs. For full browning % cup mayonnaise' 1 tablespoon grated orange
Liiit 1 please will remove foil tent 15.20 mlnutes 1 undiluted Carnation rind
Rot 1 before time 1 f
29 ,completed roasting ? Evaporated Milk 1/2 cup chopped celery
food pirckases
$5.00 The turkey should be placedon Heat water to boiling;, Add gelatin Stir until dissolved.
a rack In a foil-lined roastIng until
Into :3 to 6 cup mold. Chill
Pour Vt hot gelatin
pan. The lining cuts, clean.
Trappey D., Mute up time important duringthe partially set. Cool remaining gelatin. Add mayonnaise and
No. 303 Can CornPotatoes busy holiday season Carnation Evaporated Milk. Mix until thoroughly com

.29 Garnish the turkey platter ROASTED UNDER AN ALUMINUM FOIL TENT, your holiday blned Chill until consistency of unbeaten egg whites FoldIn
Peas with whole oranges cut witha turkey will be golden brown and extra delicious..Alcoa. Wrap cranberry sauce, apple, orange.rind and celery Pour.
scallop design and filled cookbook Margaret Mitchells Mealtime Magic tells you. bow Chill until firm
of gelatin.
of clear layer
Into mold on top
No. 303 Can with whole cranberry relish to do It.Rout.
(about 2 hours). Unmold and. garnish
As a tasty accompaniment
QuantityRlllht..rv.d according to this chart:
Octal Spray ,29tPepperidie '1 ucanullnucmftnnganaCranberry try slices of fresh oranges, TIME GUIDE C.244B PrinK In U.S.A. (119)
and Bermuda
beets onion In
Sauce 1701 lUtKNII ITHEtr TJJDOMimiTiiiMMmaim .a dish made by molding dou OVEN TEMPERATURE S25T. Scotch Tradition Give Warm Welcome
Farm KWOMUVIIIUIIISJIUTIUtimtt blethick heavy-duty Alcoa Purchased Approximate Total Approximate Total
I ills N.I UHllTREEfMOcUlUT Wrap over an Inverted nine- Weight Time-Stuffed .Tlme t No 300 Can 29$ PoultryStuffing I 1701 1siawttluiTPliVH CHUACHimtr Inch pie pan. This fruit-vege 8-10 pounds 3'to 4'hours 3 to 3'A hours SCOTCH. PORRIDGE PUDDING
/IOEMONIAIfFAOAa V IIOI/OeXATTAM table medley Is sprinkled with I 10-12 pounds .'/. to 4Vi hours 3'/. to 4 hour Makes 8 servings
I I melted butter and brown sugar 1314 pounds .'/. to S'/i hours 4 to .'/ hours S cups quick or old t tablespoons butter
Rfjoofds Wrap then heated in the broiler 14-16 pounds grim to 6 hours .'/1 to 5 hours fashioned oats uncooked or margarine
39 minutes, 16-18 pounds 8 to 6'/4 hours S to 5'A hours water 1 cup firmly peckedbrown
Aluminum Foil Is Oz. Pki. 29 'Velda An exciting'table centerpiecethat 18-20 pounds ('/< to Tim hours SVi to 6 hours 4 cups boiling salt sugar
displays the brightest 01fall' 20-24 pounds Tim to S'/t hours. 6 to 7 hour 1 teaspoon i/i cup raisins
Cottage Cheese flowers and leaves .Is a : 4 cups peeled apple slices t teaspoons pumpkin
12 In. Swedish crown made of alum. Five minutes per pound has been added for stuffed bird. (about ',4 Inch) pie spice
Ballard Total time has been baaed on oven-ready weight of turkey,
Inum toll created
12 Oz. by designer
Pk. '
29 of minus neck and
29eJArmour { Conny of Alcoa, whlch'ls purchased weight turkey giblets
packed Inside bird. The oven ready weight III from 1 to I
Biscuits To make the crown crush less than purchased weight depending slze of bird. -SEAFOOD
pounds CENTER
,three 3ft long pieces ,of foil .
Star Non 8 Oz. Pk Swjlt PniiM, Find their centers. and crisscross cle should ,be 11-In. .In" dtaro: Place the crown In thfe center J3N
t' MYRTLE AVE EL4.144'*
I. them:' binding them together item and crush the overlapping foil
Turkeys 10 TO \11 'Ib.AIE. with heavy' thread so around the bottom circle to

lb.43c 3/29* Chuck. Roast t S9Smoked they wheeL: resemble Bend each spokes spoke. of Into a the Place circle the Fasten six toll each ends end inside to, give Arrange the crown fall a bottom. ., ,PINK SNAPPER ......-.. .- .... i Ib. 69S,

an arch. the circle by crushing around and fruit inside the crown,
Next make a foil wreath by the Joint with a small piece of using clay, florist foam or a URGE SHRIMP $1.60
Start link ,Sausage 'Ib. 59C Frisk irnid Beef ,n.59e: Iqosely crushing a 2.ft. length center loll Now, where gently the foil depress sections the flower holder as a base. MED, SHRIMP .reNcxMLcp.e' : .............,...... Ib. $1.25
of foil leaving one end open. intersect bending the sections Copies o) Margaret Mitchell
Form the foil Into a circle by Magic be ...
Swift Premium Chuck Steak |b. 69First Chops placing the crushed end into outward to form. a crown.Mealtlm'cured for 50 cent I may from 1558 WHITING ............................... IB 49
Cit I b59c: the open end and crushing Next crisscross two pieces Alcoa Building Pitttburgtt..,,

""them together, Thfl ,toll clr- of toll 'each 22 !Inches 10111.'pa: 15119, t. LIVE CRABS ,..................................,.?.?.. Ib $1.50

'Sl1' Peaches" 2tf Cn 29' Bala'Towels male 29' Monrovia the, capital and ROE MULLET ................................?........... La.45'
1, chief port of the..'African' 'nav

tion of Liberia's! named. (or I.; ;' .TFISW;:. .. ..:.. ................................ LB. 15'
list Available For Year Holiday Needs Fns..len' Pork Hams, United States President* l i .' J James'... .1";; q5POT51." .;.awn" ?..:.:..... ....:/... LB. 55'

YURI Tender Baking. Heis, Loot Island OocklinfS Aid Cortici Hefts 1 Monl'Ofo\. \", 'r" wt'. r t" 1 LARGE RED BASS FOR BAKING ................ LB.4S'

... jt. """' it t SHEEPHEAD .................. .. ..... ........... LB.49'
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I A bird inhales air not just into SPEC. TROUT .___...._...__.._............ LB. 75'

: "Siper-Rifll" Skirt Siaik Filly. (Vhili Or Half IB. 651)) I its lungs but its very marrow. FRESH FILLETS....?......?...........?.......... LB. 98'

; I Bird bone Is hollow with GEN. RED SNAPPER .:........................... LB. $1.00
I spongy network,for air capacity

FLOUNDER FRESH CAyQJjlJ.w: ._....... LB. 59
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makes a novice feel like an Select pU. for frying ............. 1.65
expert. Flavoring with wine is
-I TURKEYS 11 -380 is a great interest and easy I\ is literally a matter of Bushel OYSTERS ....................'.1.7.7
; participation in wine tasting taste
parties in homes clubs and
hotels across the country. This
popular favorite brings together Folgerslililar
people who enjoy sociab,lity

and companionship, and combines ; t t g
this with an interest in

II I A e r r 9 1 e s wines and a desire to learn. Electric Perk
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Mi (
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I and enjoyed in a relaxed setting Liiit 1 1 1I
The tasting often precedes or
I with $S5. Oi er 16..6:9: .
x,11 follows a meal or is accompanied |
by finger foods. -
Whether the tasting is for 2$ R.N. Sliced Aai) San 2It Or Mere

guests or 250, or more there :
weSonI convivial atmosphere as the Sari' :17 Detergent. st. 59

guests sample, compare and

t I Pi tury converse In tasting wine, the. Pinches [lilt 1 Please Nitk S5.D8 Or 'Mire Feud Order
senses of sight smell and taste .
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I Ii. ings are easy to arrange, low in Lit',. Cal .1.1. Saro', 23C
i. cost new and different. With
I FLOUR the wines very wide to choose range .of from California and 2 ,3/$1 :: Catsep lge,.. Bettie 201z'3$1.00DM.
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!area recipes tastings, the number of interesting -* .. nlll I.I Early Garden San 41$
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Is' virtually unlimited. 'Lli.I'' ,Milt Peas .313 Cans 5/51 .OL

In a tasting party for a group,
Fairly', new -at wines a wide Snl",2S ''Itll San 25C.
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hemlines henry( Filitlilcks has ('up.Im,1 | OF Fancy Fake Furs -
the ]>uli r t und the rhythm of
rnnKtnnt movement within thefashionophcre. Support Stockings How They Work
LEISURE Chicago (NFS) When all company has designed and
', | In"Tho Coatirlo" the bright fashion meteoR have patented With the Norwood Women probably only women -, will be Interested In this
+ d dfA tribute Woolnmrk to "Tho llwrlcnn Collectiona Way been orbited on the cold formula and under the Nor- "little feature, story Its about what ,makes support stockingssupport"
with Wool" for lull/Winter weather coat scene, those bold pelta label, blends of acrylic
'UO, pretender the wrappy, and More than one woman !in every three has worn such stockings .
i ik iw yarns art .
tlthough recent?
snippy lave fake more fun genuine- may pizttzi proveto knitted together in such a way twenty years-Ko they did not "'"'also i realize that i 'the support

at i price than other outerwear as to produce down-to-earth even exist stockings of today are u
any -
1a v 8or "pelts The end product turns sheer u they are strong Cosmetically
R category. Hosiery experts watching
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as a many-splendored, there Is no reason
Endowed with trends and making atudlespredict .
a natural '
fluffy fling devoid of seams.The not to wear them: they come
knack for Hay fit, perfect company also knits up that by 1973 one out In many shades, and are vlrtuallv ,
shape and effortless upkeep of every two women will be
eI3 some newsy pile fabrics with indistinguishable from
high movedmany wearing support hosiery
the l -pUs knits have out pelted effects to regular nylon hosiery
of America's most imaginative instead, the heavenly createi The market already totals Now', for the most (Important
V. IM ,- designers to Createsprecious curly lamb and cozy shearling. more than $100,000000 per question of all: how do
1, "go anywhere" coats Long on warmth and shorton year. support stockings 'support7
from frankly fictitious fitch, weight, the fake fun wear Those are excellent reasons The least effective support
fox, and chinchilla u well as many faces. The discerning to look a little deeper Into this stockings are those which are
vr thick lynx and curly sheep female can take a giant step remarkable new product. knitted in what la called 'tube'
shearling. toward real chic in a full- First why do ,women shape, and then stretched over
s At the controls of this furry collared coat of wildly spotted wear them? wooden forms and heat'set
launching to Norwood' Mills, Into shape To achieve tension
lynx for u little S75
; "The answer Is simple" and pressure such stockings
Inc. Janetville Wit
she can choose a boldly belted must be
said William O Elson. director pulled up very tight
of deer-pll. fabrics .wrapper style in foxy stripes of of research for the Ken ly when worn This causes the
and.developer exclusive cheitnut-to-cresm tones at dall Company makers ,ot stockings to become tight -
pelt knitting process that gives $90; or she can.venture forth Fling support stockings. but only on the calf and thigh >>
NEW YORK (ED)-A gregarious new group culled "The synthetic fibers both the depth in i bundly button, 'Further,"' said the research where support Is least
Coiteiie" i ie ciiuiiiir a MilUuied stir in fashion circles asu and dash of real animal skins coat scientist, "women tial Some of these
in welcome
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prominent nut of the latest 1 Woolmaik Collection designed MAXI SHIRT . LouD These pelted fabrics are and rsnchy brown' any aid that will ward off ugly can even bring about a
by Henry Fi iedi icku for Brittany. gees creates the mast shirt for knitted on a battery of "outer thai at J7S. varicose veins. Women now nlquef effect, Interfering essen'l
Mr Fuedikks' well pincticed wizardry has whipped IIP maximum Acetate entertainment satin and In Arnel Celanese space" machinery that the, circulation explained
vpccmi cachet
a or clothe that
can perform quick-chuneo uit- pebble'!giay, tl'eebark.brown- triacetate fleece.
into to pin spiritedly mound brick, graphite, heathered violet -
the sundial front lioilzonutch yellow mum, pine green, UNO Of SUNSHINtJOtn Ulmtf I w/$5 00 er more percheNOaelYdinatigaret.s"
to theMtchinir hour. cosmos blue and solar red-with
Coats, 1
cults, dresses, pant+tunic+ ombri variations interspersed sAVEAr s49cIIIS :
toppu ensembles, and dream. or interwoven In many styles STOCK-UP NOW
Masterfully finished details
woven evening costumes nilcomponent D
parts of'The Coat- beautifully Integral
tile' element i of each design Plain $ !(. siprenell8.
concept a meaningful i or

media collection of mixed fashion taking seam sti form'uctui delicately'ing...roundness etched [ 'lu.'h'M'5': : : .

put Fresh.ons that, freewheeling can ride with fashion greet petal softening enamel-dipped-cuived pocket collaillnes buttons shapes matchedor .or. BAG 49'CARNATION M, ]Me..TMIf1VMAIOIAmiTT 4M.ll'MA
expertise !in tandem, or solo contrasted to fabrics.and ePINEAPPLE

cycle effortlessly 01'c-ot through times ti'any iple-vicious geared deftly vent-sliced sleeve-cuffs or EVAPORATED suctooscsussso
for collective assembly in a 1'010,1 $100 . 411.MU / ).
layered look or revved-up to MILK 7 TAIL
wear with singular; I flnii -in a \\ iflR OMs} 41./
wardrobe of versatile, nell- : .

,ench poised meticulously, purposeful contoured designs -tohlnk I G s ) IN BEANS 5//>l.

\\' in clean, gently con- 11.0 .
trolled waves about the body. By Miidit the Vaniciiriit; AO 6RiNKS'.20: S $100MAXWE'iIR
Some follow narrowed bodice Patio Partying Ob STOR ES CAN Pa T AfoEr':: : 41./ :

lines, with gored skirt flare
and others glide easily over NEW YORK (ED-Nice to ASPARAGUS
the curves, just skimming the see you Mrs. Barclay Is that 49c -
frame, for a smooth, supple, your hairpiece, Mr. Henry is doing ( excluding
leisurely look:' up there? I must say that NIBUTSCORN..5M.LESUEUR / i
The Woolmaik-labeled ward wig looks like you paid an arm .
robe, designed by Henry Fried.ricks' and a leg for it! Oh,you did pay O'SE 1 l8.
prophetically sensitive an arm and a leg for it! Just 59ASTOfc.Umlt PEAS 4/M./
hand, has fabrics ingeniously goes to show you-quality always
needle-struck by finely drawn pays I guess you're going to go
,to a big "do".
seams,,and precisely windswept definitive bias tail'eyeing cuts' Listen,last week, I went to ASTOfc.Umlt 1 w/(5.00 w more pwrcfcot f*.'jdlng' tlgaraHe
-!in sleek, superbly styled dou such a swanky' patio party. I MILllRlHIBHUrfBeer6 '
ble-woven ,kersey gabai- mean, they had a bartender, and t
dine,heather-brushed crepe Shetland, everyone was flitting around in SHORTENING 3 59 109
glove'soft broadcloth,luxurious those summery culotte. things
wool velour, laschel knit, fine> When my sister-ln law does CAN .;
gauge double.knit, and multi. something, she does it rlght-or '$
she thinks she does I But
textured, soufflfi tweed. let me tell you Was anyway I HEUMAKIN't..t! I RMyennalte W 5.00 er more pun hail excluding cljor.M.i,.(Ptl SOUTH Quart Jar 31e) "
The footmark an internationally ever '.
recognized quality. shocked I When she was serving(; ..
control emblem-is a consume's the steaks from the grill, she hso, II
assurance that fashions bearing them on paper plates.,Well,'my' MAYONNAISE QUART 49WD ANOIIO All DIY,WWII POST, i
goodness Ever try to eat a sUtk. ,
rout,SHiaar oa MUSCAIU
the sewn in Wpolmark label.Land mine..waa a. - have been tested and approved,paper plate,with the scud dress Lt
by'the Wool Bureau as "the leg soaking'into the paper and 'WINE'eoTnl8g
notId's best. pure wool". the baked potato practically falling ,
Earth. .natuial neutrals, and in your lapTSo BRAND YOUNG BROAD BREASTED GRADE "A" ._**'-'sss :,:: w"'IIO-I'
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colorful contribution to Brit know I don't like to criticize but 1D
tany's biilllantly played fashion honey, a fancy party,everythingshipshapeand I t LES
>hand in shades of oyster, you drag out the I r 1\ 1. I t e 39cPUM"PKIN.
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I :Or. Do wdyof:: .NC- A&T. Named First Black President of Nat'l College Group

I'' Look Magazine Features AliiMW State Blick CoagremfQgan Keceircs. Tops Anono Hooorees Noted E..cater,- Reaowud ""

The DoUses Of. Gunii Heiiets St.kNEW ', For 'School InevitieisCHICAGO ..

YORK-The: story of. a fronted blacks in his day. In Cenfor.Hca teal_ --Dr. Lewis C. Dowdy, President of North Carolina
pt; :
"remarkable black family," the early 1940 s, be organized State University has been elected president of the Council
A&T ,
which had Its origins In the the Georgia Voters League, Alabama State University's of Presidents of the National Association of State Universities'
rural area of Georgia, Is featured at a time when (there were rampaging' Hornets bare Land-Grant Colleges He is the first black man to hold the
in the current issue of only 500 registered black voters stung their way into contention r bl _Hl._. Look Magazine. In the state for the SIAC Conference ih// a Council s i>lgbeat IU1U.B.Dr. menu 01 more wan j,1rW students -

"Seven Dobbs Against theOdds" Several year.before hi.deathIn Crowq after a convIncing' Dowdy was elected to 83rd his including representation
office Monday during the in the
recounts the family 1961, DobbS drew up plans victory over the highlyrated h from every county
of the National -
annual Graduates of the University
history of John Wesley Dobbs, for his funeral which included Bulldogs of Alabama A&M of State Universities state.
the father of six girls who a talk by an Atlanta Neighbor, last Saturday in the annual Land-GrantCol- hold leadership posi-
"founded no fortunes, siredno the Rev..Martin. Luther King, Birmingham classic. and tions in government service' ,
presidents." But he did Jr., whom Dobbs had counseled State lost its second game loges in Chicago. is education, the military, Industry
The Council of Presidents .
begin, the magazine said, a as a youth.Dobbs' of the season to Fort Valley administrators and the professions.
the chief
composed his work'
honored for
family of "high achievers six daughters, who and since then have been Much
of 99 major state universities -
which include an internationally are pictured. with membersof almost unscored on. The de Institutions 'In education Dr. Dowdy was'
known opera singer,a quar- their! families in the arti- fense led ky allconferenceline and landgrant a winner of the "Outstanding -
in the United States and
cle areDr.Irene Dobbs Jack- Alumnus Award" given
tet of college professors anda backer Donnell Williamsand
teacher of disturbed children son, chairman of the Modern tackles McDonald Arring- Puerto Rico. by Indiana State University''
." 'Languages depnrtmentNorth'Carolina ton and Larry Johnson, and Dowdy, who served for the and the "Citizens of Greens-
Central past year as secretary of the boro Award" given by the
All six daughters graduated the Smith twins at safety, .
with honors from Spelman Durham, N.C., the mother .has yielded only 18 pointsIn council, succeeds Dr W. Robert Greensboro Chamber of Com
Parks of Iowa
College, Atlanta. All have Maynard Jackson. Millicent the last 6 games The ; merce.
master's degrees and two Dobbs Jordan, assistant pro- Smith twins pilfered 4 passes State University,as president. Dr Dowdy to a member of
have doctorates. fessor of English and Afro- in the A&M game Satur- A bold Innovator, Dr.Dowdy, the Atomic Energy Advisory

In addition, his grandson, American literature, Spelman day to help stop an inspiring !52, .as' chief admlniatratlve Committee,' American Coun-
,, Maynard Jackson,was recently College, Atlanta; Willie Dobbs Bulldog passing attack officer of A&T, has chartereda cil on Education's Committee
elected the first black vice- Clement, formerly a teacherat Last Saturday marked the successful course which has on Educational: Policy,
mayor of Atlanta. North Carolina College and 28th renewalfor the classic in drawn plaudits in the nation'shighest North Carolina Council on

Dobbs grew up in Savannah, a member' of the boards of Birmingham walch shows 13 ,circles of education Human Relations,North Carolina
Georgia, dropping of More- the Durham, N.C.: city-county victories each and 2 ties. Just three years ago,he provided Coordinating Council on

i I house College to become a library ,and Better Health The Hornets struck first in CONGRESSWOMAN AND"FRIEND--At, the recent opening of her Brooklyn headquarters, the leadership to enable- Aging and EducationCommis-
I railway mail clerk. But his Foundation, Mattiwllda Dobbs a mile dazzle play with Congresswoman Shirley Chisholm greets Charles T. Williams, tlce president of Scbenley the former Dr.togalnunlvarsity Dowdy Is slon of the States. He also

,i passion for learning, sharedby Janzon, Internationally known Lloyd Ivy passing to Dorsey'' Distillers Company. Mr. Williams was among 400 prominent New York leaders who paid spearheading a successful served on the Commissionfor
I'' his wife, never ceased and opera ,singer who made her Ross, then Ross,turned' and their respects'to Mrs. Chisholm, the first black woman to serve in the Congress of the Currently campaign to raise$1 Study of Public Schools
it was Instilled in their chil- debut with the New York Met fired it back to Ivy who raced United States..Atlanta'. of North Carolina and the
dren.. ropolitan Opera' Co. In'1956. 40 yards into the end zone un million over a five-year per- Executive Committee of the
According to Look,' Dobbs June Dobbs Butts, a member touched Ivy then threw scoring iod. More than $770,000 of Association of state Universities -'
of the acuity of Baruch College the amount to already either and Land-Grant Colleges -
fought to circumvent the bar- strikes to Roosevelt Anderson -
riers of segregation that con- New York and then to Ross paid or pledged. ..
U' To Be SceneOf .Two years ago, be announceda A native of Eastover, S.C.,'
i comprehensive reorganization -* Dr. Dowdy holds the
Albany College Pre itis of the academic structure and a Lltt. D. degree'
at the University, to Include from AUen University, the M.:
:"" Black Studies ConferenceFrom the creation otaschoolof S. degree from Indiana State
and Sciences Dr. Dowdy's r
:' University and the EDJ. degree -
F emphasis on faculty Improve- from Indiana University.
ment has resulted In the recruiting -
Prior to becoming presidentof

December 4 To 6 of an outstandinggroup A&T, he served as principal
f_ of educators, nearly highschools Eastover,
40 per cent of them holding S.C. and Wlnnsboro, S.C. At
\ doctorates or other terminal All T he formerly served as
Workshops Will Feature degrees director of student teaching,
Dr. Dowdy has also made dean of the School of Education
great strides in capital Improvements and General Studies and
Release Of liformtioi rejuvenation of acting president. .1

Jhe A&TUnlverslty' Foundation, Dr. Dowdy Is mufled'to

WASHINGTON D.C.-AUanta: University will hold its second annual nationwide conference on Black. improvement of the qualityand the former Elizabeth Smithof
studies December 4-6.: A special feature of'the threeday session will be a series 6 f workshops quantity of students, and Terre Haute, Lad. Dr.
the University's research
upgrading three
devoted to"sociology and! the African background." A $10,678'&rant in support of the.conference.has and public service efforts and children Mrs., Lewis Dowdy, Lemuel have and
been awarded to the university by National, Endowment for the Humanities.Ai 'Elizabeth.

Pictured here (from left, to right) are Dr. Bfir7C. Black, elevated to KM post of chairman of many as 500 persons can mails and coordinators of African", John Henrlch Clark Todav. A&T has an enroll
j I the division of natural science and mathematics; Ben C. Hampton, named director of alumni be accommodated. ])r. Richard Afro-American studies. It editor of Freedomways'" ,
affairs; and Dr. Eugene G. Sherman, the new Chairman of the division of social Is
I II sciences A. Long, director of the open to college teachers and Fuller, editor of the
They were appointed to new administrative posts at Albany (Ga.)State College and were announced Center for African and Afri- to high school specialists Digest Irene Diggs Negro

> ;! bv lha CoUwe's{ presldM; Dr. Charles. Hayes,'recently can-American Studies, is alsotUrector and community educat ri'aM associate; 'gf the'late, longtime W.E.B. ..NcBtioml Girl Scouts Heads
u <*i1 i M ** a B ij "* tfj s.i of, the conference. students. .. ,
ji : Honorary chairman Dubois;ind Rex Nettleford,Qt-' t>1 li wo v 4il t :*+ .

) ', * **.* *.,*. .*. : .;. ,. i i A lit Ii', *StittSlatt TkF1 n 3rhe; s "Black ftWmeiof Studies the:Year. meetings One", is Mann educator-hlstorlan'Horaeeol Bond. The first Atlanta Company rector.'tf of' !!Jamaica."Nal1btlal"DauEa and' Pro iIT TSVO btUoiffl4J4) biii alwiuu ,ltui: pull Kx.\ ::1 .i; ,i :In"Flsi

f and the major purpose of the University-sponsored conference fessor at the University of the Metth" | With Mliority
a :inference is to help participants last December drew an West Ind1es.IntormaUon.

Your professional beautician Reams ; determine how to Incorporate enrollment of around 300. concerning the The National Board of Directors ;and Mrs Henry T.Smith,wn.
African and African Among the
distinguished conference can be obtained Despoils Minn. were
of Girl Scouts of the
knows the answer. ALBANY, Ga.-A: 10.gam() schools and colleges specialists woo will serve as from
slate Long, Director of. U.S.A. has voted unanimously supported by Miss Ada Deer of
conference consultants
will Include
perennially are Colin Turn-.
the Center
African Steve Wise.
and to support a request outs Point, a mem-
.j' ':' r: powerful Hiwassee Col- special assistance for libra bull, author of "The Lonely African-American .
loge (Term.) and Berry! Col-; Studies,Atlanta black board members for an ber of the Menominee Indian

:. ). leg (Ga.) was announced here University' Atlanta early meeting of minority Tribe.
I recontljr for Albany State Col Georgia 30314. group members of the board Black members of the national -
I.I lege's Golden Ramettes. and staff with representatives staff who will work
I foe girl basketeers, coached Preparing Soldiers For Business, of minority members hip with the group will be Mrs

'does 'hair by Edith P. .Daniels, open throughout the movement. Grace M Pleasants. directorof
'Why some. the 1970 season with Hiwas. Purpose 01 the meeting authorized the Program, Department,
see College on the Tennessee by the National Board and Mrs. Harriet'F.aultm r,
break off when combing? team's home court.. will be to develop actionplansto executive recruiter In the Per-

I .According to the slate re* make the Girl Scout program sonnel D> pnrtment.
leased by Miss Daniels, the more responsive to minority The group met with the newly

Your hair is precious and delicate..and none of us like to see Golden' Ramettes, who will group needs and to elected president of Girl
''It break off for any reason. Scientists tell us that excessive use be led this year by Juniors help break down the walls of Scouts, Mrs. Douglas H.Mac-
prejudice and misunderstanding Nell, and some of the officersof
Johnnie Hicks and Demetrius, -
of hot combs and over..processlng of hair, with chemicals often
!rare major causes of brittleness resulting nlalr breakage. But Jefferson, play their first five> among all girls the organirationimmedlate-
hair that Is naturally curly and tangles easily frequently breaks contests on the road before Black' members who were ly following* the National.Board" .
off in everyday combing Notice how Irritatedyour scalp becomes I opening their, borne ,slate at present at the board meetnng ,meeting.
held on October 23 immedi- Their action came at cloSeof
Gymnasium on January the
when you comb In contrast ,to the way your beautician does?
beautician 26 with Fort Valley State, ately following the organiza- the 38th National Council
Your professional knows that curly hair mats and
| providing the opposi lon. tion's triennial convention in meeting of Girl Scouts of the
tangles so easily that it should be softened 'before combing
,The "10 schedule is as follows Seattle were: Dr. Dorothy USA at whcih the organization
Otherwise, unnecessary irritation to the scalp and damage to
15!! at Hiwas Ferebee, Washington .D. C. launched massive
: January a nationwide
the shaft and ends of the hair occurs: To achieve this needed
prevents see College; 16, at Georgia Miss Minnie L. Flnley, New' effort to help girls
softening and a temporary relaxing effect that breakage '
: Orleans, Ls. Dr. Jeanne and adults
Baptist College; 19 at Fort ; L. become more -
on all human hair (including wigs), most beauticians rely '
Valley State College; 23 at i Noble, New York, City; Mrs ware of prejudice and to
Clairol' Hair.5o-New' rinse. For
on ererne combingease
spray-on Berry College; 24' at West Wllbert K. Rlcard, For t find ways of helping overcome
and for hair in other trained
beautifying your many ways Georgia College; 28 Fort Val Leonard1 Wood, Mo.'Dr.; Gloria it In communities. over the
beauticians stock of fine Clairol for
'your specific needs a complete family, products ley College State College;. 31, Berry' DScottGryensbonoNCt'; : Country,,

Visit your expert hairdresser,'who cares about your hair care February: 6,' West Georgia -.
and comfort. Whatever the nature of hair
your your problems, College; 9, Georgia Baptist
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Offers HERE'S HOW-Mrs. Bessie Herroo,' department bead of the B.F. Goodrlcfe:Project,:Transition : r
!, i. ,fJif; '.( : A, curse;; Ill I program at Ft.Bragg, N.C.;. demonstrates! operation features of a stove to Sgt HaroldH. ,:" '
j Wager.,, 'Sgt. Wager is being trained for a sales assignment in a BFQ,retail store follow-:

it .:f -1r-- I 'GRAPHIC: ing his discharge Mrs. Herron, of the Army Education Center staff, assists BFG instructors -, TheBlazers
,ARTS In teaching civilian skills to soldiers who are Bearing completion. of military services.. .
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':'. if. (.,'., ,. I; la II's ling Makes Joke., Of ,Speed ':;Disfcilimrs J, $, .

? : :c _Heidliier ,Composition, ALBANY, G'u' .:-;-;As'' a freshman two seasons ago, AD-AmericanChhu- ( uj FeetaringThe r I
';' Ram gridder, playing the shadows of the Rams' heralded y Lawmen 1

F < Then it happened, all of a sudden! Bing was a starter,' running from the past customarily
'l l PART TIME EMPLOYMENT reserved for the familiar No.''43 (Charley Lawrence). Lawrence, declared out for the season
with torn knee ligaments, was now replaced by a new number, 44 which since mat moment

, ;;:; 'tli ffor. these Who Qualify two years ago against Savannah State, has become equally as famous as "43".. ,< SOUL CHILDREN
With the season now two-thirds gone, the Rams, with Bingezpected 'to carrytha heaviest ,
", j load, seek to get untracked here at Mills Memorial Stadium Saturday night. against.a highly-;
touted Alabama A&M eleven. Game time Is slated at 8:00 p.m. ., .
fULl' TIME EMPLOYMENT Unlike most other football players, "Bingo" is a quiet almost shy Individual who prefers;.. f I to let his actions on Saturday afternoons do the talking for L :
.a" 41 him Only a Junior, the &- / .
.After Tnmiia Period 175-pounder is"destined to become ''one of Albany State's all-time great pass receivers Divil I. Comty" Armorjrt' : :

I' \\1. Picking: up where he left oft last season, "Bingo" has grabbed,16 passes in 5 'games! for 214. f.r'
\ .
:;4' '\ .yards and 1,touchdown : ."j:9.r1 ? Friday Nov. 28 From 8:30: pr1 '' "
!c WORDS PER MINUTE OVER A native .of. where he played at ; 'U.tit
REQUIREMENT. MIST TYPE M ., It YSS.; Augusta Lucy Laney, Bing has the '.'finest pair at hands" :
( ? < on the ball club.', He selected Albany State as his choice of I '
& colleges mort titan twentyI;
'C. t" Atftf' FLIIIU STAi ", '132i .liicrlif l M II.. InflJtl St. three offers, primarily because "they play the kind of offense like/! said the shy, unasBurning -: Adyeace'Adm! / J3.00 "At, Door rs:J3iI )O; ,

Augusta youngster As a senior at Laney .
". "Bingo" led the taaey Wildcats; to a I .' \ '"
.K \.t.4' state championship with a 12 and 0 record and 17 touchdown .. ,< .' TICKETS! of
;. passes; ;;:y ty/ < : ? Ol1 sALE: Record
'.,..'., of Bing Us, who was" never" ,considered' "outstandingly' fast," has made"beDev eb'' 'out t'of. skeptics.: Stoat I Qu bba'i Cate; Bobs Shop" ;HopesMeaj. o'b
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I Tennessee State Upsets. Morris Brown's HanDy Homecoming Win Bv 48-17 I

Merritt Mailers Stripped Albany State looking For Dentists ; -

-, ....., .., '''''h' .." ... "' ,.... Betkine's I Alvin Wyatt
Wolvertas Of I
I Scoring Downs
His ScheMe
Make AlI-American
Atlantas The largest crowd '': ,. .
(11,000)) to set a Morris Brown ''.. 'J' Co" <
football game W almost two decades. \<.' "rj Ii"{".."," ".ir. '''''' '
Saturday stunned as Ten- {.rhy''. I ""
State Wolverines't&cffl ,
ness* spoiled the For "
homecoming by handing Swimming Jj. Bethune-Cookman 'College
a au sneuacung.CoacB the field because "I want
John A. Merrttt's big steals and a massive. pass ,. ''i.., Wildcats safety Alvlt Wyatt everyone to know Fm hers"
rush, Merrttt's Maulers smo- L : always had dreamed of being
blue picked up its fifth win ALBANY Ga.Powerful A graduate of Jacksonville'
((51-1)) of the season via turning thered the Wolverine Drive Southern University and CIAA an All-American Football Gilbert High School, Wyatt

five tf six Interceptionsinto Tennessee opposes Bishop Kingpin Johnson C.Smith have ,', player. A fitting end could runs the 100 yard dash. 'In
touchdowns. Merrltt'smauleri College on November 24 I In been added to Albany StateCollege's come at the end- of this football 9.6 and the 40 yard dash, in
the JKF Memorial Classic, jT i,,'' season
established a new 1970 swimming 4.4 admits he's having trouble
school pass-play record as' The summary of the Wolver- slate The '70 schedule,which :, ', The flamboyant Jacksonville getting the ball this year because -'
ine fiasco follows Scores native is "crowd
: by 0; a pleasing"footlxtil
they bounced back Into the Includes twelve matches, was opposing are '
quarters: Ten H-7-7-27. .iiJ / "" "ffii7 !II player who generates
,. kicking from him
winners circle. announced here recently by .i!" '40'i"il,. :. I .<;(iT ;" away
Morris excitement when le U the
Safety Don Pinson set up Brown: 2-9-0-6 Wilburn A. Campbell Jr., the \( ; "i]". ; .''f'' ,,F'. .. on Wyatt's talents have not gone
State's opening TO with the Scoring:. Term. Reese, 20- Aqua Rams' swimming coach. .-_' gridiron unnoticed by professional
yard pass from Brooks. A )r i B-CC's Headcoacb Jack Mc- teams. He has
first of his three aerialsteals. Six of the matches will be in correspondencefrom
Reese kicked Mayes 4-yard. ITt'l Clairen said, "since Wyatl's.freshman The
Pinson snagged the Morris ASC waters opening with Fort several. Greenbay
run. A. Reese kicked. year, he has played
Brown pass on Atlantans40and Valley State here on January Packers clocked him recently.
raced 19 yards to the 21. Tenn.: D.Davis 85-yardpass 13 and closing out the aquatic every game as if it"were, a Alvin says "sure I want to

Three plays later Cliff Brooks from Gilllam. A. Reese kick- season with perennially championship contest. play pro ball, but now I tam

hit Wayne Reese with a pay- ed.Morris powerful Southern Universityof Awards and honors collected concentrating on winning the
Brown: Banks 9-yard by Wyatt prove that McClalren's rest of the this
dirt strike. With 7:30leftis: Baton Rouge La. here on games season -
pass from Lawrence Kick statement Is true. He
a n
the first period Alfred Reese February
has been to the All-
failed named
kicked the extra Campbell's Aqua Rams Mi meets Mississippi Valley
leading I .IV, 4 v, y'
SIAC Conference team three
the way for the Tennessean's Tenn.: Mayes 12-yardpass travel to Orcugeburg, S. CH 'State College-November 15for,
from Brooks. A. Reese kickedW. times. He became the first
and January Homecoming and Florida A&Mat
21-11 first half margin. Charlotte N.C. on .
Before the Intermission Reese, 6-yard run. A. 16 and 17 to take on South freshman so honored Other Tallahassee November 22.
Reese kicked Thaxton. Eight honors Include three letters In A versatile athlete be has
sounded, Jefferson StreetJoe Carolina State and Johnson C.
yard pass from Gllliam. Kick football; two for track; atrophy -
Gilliam and David Davis combined Smith University, one of theCIAA' I been used on kickoffs, field-
to ink their names In failed. Gllllam 1-yard run. top swimming outfits, from an Atlanta newspaper goals and as a punter. H e

the school's record book with A. Reese kicked. on consecutive dates Is there a dentist in the house? Ethel Smith and Geraldine Smith (no relation) display brochureson for outstanding performances 'can kick 30 to 40 yards with

the longest pass and run((85 Morris Brown: Robers, 6- The schedule follows:Jan 13 "Dentistry As A Career" ala recent Career Conference at Fort Valley (Georgia State College and he was elected Co his left or right foot

yards) la history. From the yard run, run failed Fort Valley at Albany 13 The brochures are part of National Dental'Association project supported by Coca-Co captain of the 1969 Wildcats.

IS cutle quarterback Cllliam Statistics: Tennessee: First South Carolina StatedOrangeburr la USA to help fill the shortage of Black dentists In this country The brochures were p r o- During his freshman and

let,fly a pass that Davis hauled Downs, lZj; Yards Rushing, ;, 17, Johnson C. duced for distribution at Career Conferences, and copies may be secured by high school, and sophomore years the 5-11 AI.a.y5111e

In at the 45 and out-legged the 99; Yards Passing, 196; Return Smith at Charlotte N.C.; 22, college guidance counselors from the Executive Secretary, National Dental Association. )',0. 195 pound\ athlete complied

entire field for the score.This Yards 182j'; Passes 8- South Carolina State at Albany -. Box 197, Charlottesville, Virginia 22902, The Fort Valley Career,Conference was coordinated 710 yards returning punts and Johnson Has
broke the 79 mark 24-0; Punting 3-41-2; Fum- ; Savannah State at Albany by the Southern Regional Office of the National Urban League and the Fort Valley chapter 695 in kickoffs, Last year he
pass yard bles Lost, 1; Yards Penalized 26, Fort Valley State of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority returned 13 punts for 329; 10,
set in 1966 on an Eldrldge ;
25-219. kickoffs for 354 scored
at Fort Va11ey30; Alabama 'Knee Surgery''ALBANY
Dlckey-to-John Robinsoncorobination -
Morris Brwwn: First Downs, four touchdowns; Intercepted
State at Alabama. _
against Musklngum 16; Yards Rushing;Yards SC State Blue Serins FAMU'sQuarterback nine passes and was number
February: 4, Tuskegee In* Marchiagland
College In the Grantland Rise
Passing, 66j; Return Yards, sltute at Tuskegee Albama twq in combined tackles with
Bowl. 133, Passes 9-27-6; Punting, 43 unassisted and 51 astUts. :Ga.-Walt r Johnson
State at Southern U-
Captain' Reese and Jake Mayes 4-31-2; Fumbles Lost, 0; Tusk.. He holds the school's record Albany State College's
each scored twice for Merritt Yards Penalized 13113.Alabama. nlverslty at Albany. and for the longest punt return an 6-3, 265-pound defensive) tackle
Place kicker Alfred Reese, ogee at Albany. ,In DC November 30 of Week 86 yard touchdown against Florida has been declared out for

Wayne's freshman brother who TALLAHASSEE Fla.s-Flo-: AIM University, the remainder of the '69 football -

had 16 In a row, missed his State Hornets ORANGEBURG, S.C.---: The, Be Free"; "Oh, Happy Day"; rids AIMquarterback, Steve This season the 21 year old season.
chance to tie the school's con South Carolina State College and "California Dreamln"' Scruggs became Rattlers' senolr has returned nine punts The team's most outstanding

secutive extra point kicks. He Garnet and Blue Marching The Marching 101 Is DOte4tot first repeater as a player for 305 yards; four kickoffs performer despite the Rams'

kicked five straight today them Will For Golden leersThe Band will present a gala half its perpetual motion, using the week Nov. 1 as the Ratter -. for 61 )yards; grabbed four Interceptions subpar season, Is scheduledfor

missed and started a It w time show at the Washington a myriad rapidly chang coaching named the Sty and scored once. surgery on November 12

string by toeing the extra point Redskins-Los Angeles Rams' ing routine to form geometric Petersburg lefthander offen- He has had runs for 50, 52 and to repair torn knee cartllege.

on the Big Blue's last ID of Hornets of Alabama gainst Florida A&M University football game Nov. 30 In Washington design sive Player of the Week for 60 yards. Johnson was Injured In the

the game State University somewhat in Miami on December 6. D.C. The band has also acceptedan the second time In a row. While he Is not a 'braggart/ Rams' game at Macon against

Brooks like JeffersonStreet dismayed over the upset hand With this lustre gone and The performance will mark Invitation to participate in Otis Collier senlorstrong opposing teams are often taunt Alabama State ,

Joe, hit two aerials and engineered ed them last week by a surprising also the assurance of the Conference '. the third time In five years the Tournament of Roses parade safety from Miami, was the ed by his constant harms- Dr. Charles B. Glllesple[

the second-half rout, Clark College Eleven Crown, the Hornets that the highly preclsloned In Pasadena, California, pick as Defensive Player of ment. He Is the first to>> admit who Isexpectedtopertormthe

drawing praise from offensive have buckled down to try and. must win the remaining two musical and marching aggregation on New Year's Day. the Week "I want to be the best and surgery, says that Johnson

coach, Alvin Coleman,1th1nk regain their winning ways this games from Miles and Tusk- has been invited to To finance the trip the group Scruggs completed 10 'ot 20 I .want others to know .u." should be up and around a

he called an exceptional game week against a strong Miles and hope that Fort Val play for a National Football is in the midst of a $35,000 passes for 181 yards and two One of the campus better few days and ready to undergo

after we poKed out the flaws College team of Birmingham. ley ores at least one more League game and the second. fund-raising campaign o f touchdowns against North Ca- dressed students Wyatt got extensive therapy aimed at

of our attack during halftime.", State's current record 6-2. In order to tie for the Crown. time by the Redskin which about 50-per cent,of the rpllna A&T at Greensboro. special permission from his getting his knee soundonce.,

Larry Henderson's 48-yard with an earlier season loss to Looking at last year's encounter Last year the Marching 101 goal has been reached, said Saturday to lead the Rattlersto coach to wear white shoes O.NC again

field goal and Mike Banks', Fort Valley State College and between Miles and played for the Atlanta Falcons -' Watkins a 26-9 victory.Cramblinf ..

nine-yard.scoring ccbykept ..the .total,loss, to, Cark. ,.,last Alabama State it was all Alabama I In Atlanta, Ga., and In
Morris"Brown in' contention week; Before this game,'the State' from?the outset 1964 the Redskins Invited them. -. State Whips Maryland

During the opening half, Hornets had steamrolled over u.the,final'soonareai.,, to..tbe.. nation's capital for a ,Athletes. ..Rate'

paced by Plnson's;jh&wny five cons sttlve opponents In The Hornets struck for scores performance. \ State With" '
:.Wynn'i? and Roger Sims' key quest of its first. bowl bid a. in every period as they amass Although called the Marching In National tests Score Of 14.6

ed a total of 339 yards passing. 101, .the group is composed Tops GREENSBORO
f This game should prove quite of 111 members 105 males N.CrNorth Carolina A&T employe a Its P-.
ri6 CADlllAC SEDAN DEVl'llE ........... $2793'COM'OAE similar as Lloyd),the Hor and six females. GRAMBLING LA.SPECIAL---Athletic squads at Grambllng tent passing attack and its stout and stingy defense to crush
: CONTROL AIR CONDITIONED. t *AY St'lS' .ILCCIRi;;V<:N. nets sllckpassingquarterback Led by two highly-trained College have reached lofty pei testate In basketball, baseball, Maryland State,.: 14-8 before 17,000 Homecoming fans at their
'DONS iiK'nic uoMr DIW en. .
; football and track while trunl nj out superb individual stars Homcomia.. .
win attempt to put the Hornets and smooth stepping drum down came on the second play
67 EL DORADO 4595 back on the winning trail.With majorsGerald Straw and down the years. log: Hall-of-Famer, Paul Paced by Junior Stanley Jacobs from scrimmage after a Mary
I//I/I/I/IIIIIIII record! of 6-2 the Hornets The story ofGrambling'sarcendancy "Tank" Younger their slinging quarter-
Jerome land State
Noble kick :
-- the band gave t'ra Aggies
Since World War II Gramb- Agfles scored
could finish the season with an will present what band director Is so preposterous o the ball on the Hawks' 43.
8-2 record tie for the Conference Clifford Watkins callsa that it sounds exaggerated llng baseball squads have won' passes In the first and third A Jacobs-to-Harrison pass
and still be invited Tiger teams have attained a 703 games while losing 137. quarters to gain their third
69 RAMBLER SST 2595 precision-drill styledmarching failed, then the Aggiequar'erback -
I/Il/.1111. that Is It has been coached Dr. R. victory In tour starts this
level. by
play in the Orange Blossom significance
"I AUTOMATIC TUNSJi TIO ,fACTo rWA RANII.lONlONI\IILn w .,4. Classic against Florida AIM "Prelude To The Third Act supposedly untouchable ofra W.E. Jones the school's pre- season The All T win was caught the ball and raced Into
." .i IN December. After last of Lohengrin" and 'Fan college. Grambllng has son sident for 43 years. the first over: the'. Hawks the end none John Guy's

61 CHEVY II NOVA $17tSPlH.AJTOMATlC.rOAE week's upset at the hands of .fare From The Invocation OfAlberlch national Negro football and The basketball team also has since 1963. placement made it 7-0 for-the
*SfUlhG.fAcrORI: V.APAANIf6e
the undented Clark NAIA national basketball a record that few colleges can By his touchdown passes
BUICK It SABKI ......................................... MW'JS College both by Richard championships while performing -, approximate.. Coach FredHobdy's against Maryland State;: Jacobs Jiggles.
Panthers of
Atlanta anything Wagner: "Age Of Aquarius" The third-quarter A4Ttouch
Graden Incredible 312-76 dept! alive his
in Madison Square won. stringof
CHEVf III MAIIBU .-........... $17 J. could happen.On from' Broadway musical"Halt" Yankee Stadium the Astro- loss standards for 13 seasons at least a touchdown toss down climaxed an 80 yard
!AJfOM AT C,ACCONE Of OVR S $t lua HURRY Saturday annual "A" day ; ''How It Feels To drive, engineered by Jacobs.
returning University lettermen dome, and Rose Sugar and ranks with the best in college In each game. Big plays of :'series Included

168 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX S29 M' will be honored. at half- Orange Bowls, all against. In- basketball. His teams have The fragile Junior' fro- a 39-yarder from Jacobsto
sperable odds. made seven appearances In Orangeburg S.C. threw a3yarel
}AIR CONDITION,AND All IHI OOODIES THAT MAT W SNAG time Wright and one for 11 yardsto
>WIX, I Daring this fantastic cycle, the NAIA nattonaltournament. bomb I to senioi Cherry
ex-Tiger stalwarts have cavorted A track rennalssance In the flanker Daryle Cherry late
6YCHEVROLETIMPAIASPLCPIw' .......... $1995; At 11:20: of the period,wit b
? i:, ( .. Watch This Clown individually In the early Ws produced national in the first period and an
vq AUTOMATIC,AIN.PO.EASLltAINO AH CONDITION the ball on the Hawks' eight,
World Series All-Star'toot- headlines relay teams eight-yard scoring to
6t CHEVROLET IMPALA St>T. COUP ................ $2 W 1 fr,, ; as Tiger past. Harrison, a native of Pittsburgh -.*
t'&HoNANCPO"LSIttRINO ball games; National Basket- enjoyed undisturbed monopolyIn end Gene Harrison at the
( snagged
'67 FORD.CAIAXIE 500.............,............ '?... SI79S : : .6 55. sa$ ball AssoclattonandAmerkas the sprints, and 440 and. opening of. the third quarter In the end none Guy again pass
All, COND., 1,H TOP.CPS.a'JIOMATICIONLAITIONoPLH .. Basketball League All-Star ,880 relays. During the hot. afternoon, converted to make It 14-0.
..32 41 &3I' and NBA champion The late Stone Johnson seta Jacobs connected 10 of
6$ PONTIAC TEMPEST .e ::i. $2095 .. ;. '"I": tilts;; ABL on Maryland State's lone tally
GVSTOMAUTOMATICtAANSMIISOIlONt1SIEEINoK1eWs ships; American and National world record for the 220- 12 passes for 204 'yards to
came with 1:30 left In the
.' liE S' Football League championship yard dashln the 1960 Olym- up his season's''passing total
.,. Take Deal's Where Others Stu"' lSt: IIvING BIRP' game when quarterback Henry
l championships trails and Dick Stebbins to 768 and five
THE Football League pic yards
HUMMlN&BlttP' 14
HAS Shropshire passed yards
Credit Approved on Spot '
4 All -Star Baseball won a gold nodal as a member touchdowns.
., ;
KM ma, \*,., 1e> A.yoo to freshman end Renard Pitts.
MILES games; NAIA baseball world of the US. 400-meterre- From the beginning Jacobs

R. S. EVANS3rd v'tUllATft.T\ / "WIG iiP-H 2 series; the World's Basket- lay unit In 1964. kept the air tilled wlttt passes Joe. Wtlllams'placementfaued -

EACH ySAR nit' few, -THE ball Tournament, and in two During the 1968 seaosn, the mata'y to Cherry, Harrison -

|ARCTIC TO ThE ANTARCTIC Olympics.Grambllng; football team attracted 227,585 and lanky .sophomore. Leading rusher for the Ag

&,MAIN AWP 3ACK,.A DISTANtdj 12 S2 :' 14 stars have also paying customers In 11 games\ end Willie Wright. gies was sophomore Leren-
i' won coveted individual and r.- while winning Its fourth. Wright caught five tosses for to Pearson with 47 yards In
.[L4- 3I10pN'r'u:30'.M.n .- 10,000_ MI U1'TO..NIGH..T!- 11.1,1 44 lay laurels in NCAA and NAIA straight SWAC title. 114 yards. AIT'S first touch- ,10 carries.

track and field championships
Sometimes He'I'UP. "
while establishing one world
He', down. He Adds
440 yard relay mark and tying
Subtracts.' He worts It all dash:
around. the individual 200-meter

record. _
1 4'l: 21 51 Four ex-Tlcers are providing

I; additional stature by serving

.. Coming Attraction as captains of professional

teams. They are Willie Davis,
II 21 41MAN'S Green Bay Packers; tyillle

e Brown Oakland Taiders; Buck A
DAYSNUMIERED Buchanan, Kansas City Chiefs;

and Willie Reed, New York

u M' Grambllng ranks behind Notre

"Han't Days are Number- Dame in the number of athletes

ed. Health and Fortune can contributed to AFL and NFL

be' Tour's when you know Football teams. Over 70 for

tI your Lucky Days. mer Tigers nave starred In

Set. the play-for-pay ranks.Thir t, ,
M Lucky Colors, .
Grambllng graduates ,
Send ..00 for your / ,
signed AFLandNFLcontracts ,
Horoscope Guide for ,
for the '69 campaign

The list reads like a tabula-
! DECEMBER I tion "Who's Who" in foot- .. "
'Fill lathe blank below and ball.
Improve 1ba.
Tiger athletes seem to .
nail to t
their handicraft each in
Office Box 1171. Jacksonville every sip tf ; >
Fla. 32201 year to the extent that winning of Seagram's V.O.-the''
has become logical ex- "
Smooth Canadian', "'
'JUKE :_ pectation.
During 28 seasons under ,
Coach Eddie Robinson Tiger .
STREET: : : ..
gridders have compiled 180- .
I : l' ,DATS- OF BlRTII---- 66-11 record.'He las developed ,(
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marl to rrj at Jax 1 mm MANTEL F I W..Gli.s"" Self Up In Man's Deem I

531 West State bullet wounds
f ;: ACME Barber Shop. A local woman,suspected aM tloa with the slaying o{ Joe ter. According to DetectitiSergeant According to Detective Sergeant
w wilted on. a Muffer cbarftwtei Hufcoa, 52,3S18; Japonic RiL, J.I. Sober Hudson J.C. Tomllnson and In*
a u was fatale sWt who wu shot to tteaui Monday. was shot several times la the restlgator J.e.\Vlls01lo1 worn. .
la a karroo Uoa4ajr,wttt. Tfce womu wan auesttdaMoa head and body at a bar In the tn entered the bar >,
XCimmm Fit SALE BT OVKEI late Ifce police fUttoa W!4at!- 4 OB i murder charge. 5600 block of Avenue B. night at about 10.45 and Monday fired,
I 3 Bedrooms-2 Car Garage r /ay lad pus "herself Hirfson died Monday on arrival Robert L.Simmons,49,2621! a plsto, striking Hudson and
Owener will finance after Betty Hayes, 41, la KM Moa- at Puval Medical Cent Wilken Court, was,treated for.: Simmons. TTiea she fled.
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